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WASHINGTON 

STATE 

UNIVERSITY 

VOL. 

65 











































































ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF 



















WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY - PULLMAN, WASHINGTON 




















































EDITOR. 

COPY EDITOR. 

DIVISIONS EDITOR . . . . 

DIVISIONS EDITOR . . . . 

LAYOUT EDITOR . . . . 

MOUNTING EDITOR . . . . 

SPECIAL ART EFFECTS . . . 

BUSINESS MANAGER. 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER 
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER 


LYNDA HOFSTAD 
MARY SULLIVAN 
. LESLIE HAILEY 
. SUE NICHOLSON 
CAROLE FALLSTROM 
. SHARON OLSON 
. . JUDY BELL 

MARY LUE BENNETT 
BARBARA SCHNEBLY 
CHERYL TJOSSEM 









































































































































































Washington State University is making a significant 
contribution in the area of international affairs by 
assisting in the development and operation of 
the West Pakistan Agricultural University at 
Lyallpur. Through this overseas extension 
of WSU’s activities, the urgent need for 
increasing world food production is 
being recognized and met. Each of 
us should be aware of the broad¬ 
ening scope of our university. 




























































































































































































ADMINISTRATION.17 

COLLEGES AND SENIORS.29 

MILITARY.77 

GOVERNMENT. 89 

COMMUNICATIONS.119 

SPORTS.137 

INFORMALS.179 

HONORARIES AND ORGANIZATIONS .... 193 

A.S.C.A.233 

ARTS.243 

ROYALTY.265 

INFORMALS.287 

LIVING GROUPS.313 

INDEX.419 


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The West Pakistan Agricultural University, which began functioning on February 1, 1962, is located on the site 
of the former Punjab Agricultural College and Research Institute at Lyallpur, 85 miles southwest of Lahore. It is 
an outgrowth of the Inter-College Exchange Program between Washington State University and the University of 
the Punjab in Lahore, begun in 1954 and terminated in 1962. Below is the Administration Building on the campus 
at Lyallpur. 
















Following a government decision in 1960 to estab¬ 
lish in West Pakistan a university embracing all 
academic subjects relating to agriculture, WSU was 
requested by the Government of Pakistan and the 
United States Agency for International Develop¬ 
ment to advise and assist in its development. WSU 
is one of 69 American universities presently in¬ 
volved in 117 educational contracts in 37 different 
countries as one phase of our international devel¬ 
opment program. 

It is the opinion of President C. Clement French 
that land-grant institutions may be excepted to par¬ 
ticipate increasingly in international affairs. This 
is a logical extension of their philosophy and func¬ 
tions which, from the beginning, have been con¬ 
cerned with community, regional and national 
affairs. WSU’s program at the new West Pakistan 
Agricultural University also is in keeping with the 
principle that it is wise to concentrate efforts on 
one institution rather than spread them widely as 
was done under the original program with the Uni¬ 
versity of Punjab. Furthermore, WSU has limited 
itself to this one program as its top-priority over¬ 
seas project in international affairs. 























The West Pakistan Agricultural University 
at Lyallpur is expected to fill an impor¬ 
tant need in agricultural development. 
Kstablished in 1961, it is the first Pakistani 
institution to have a comprehensive educa¬ 
tional and research program comprising 
all phases of agriculture. As such, it is 
charged with offering courses and improv¬ 
ing the quality of undergraduate and grad¬ 
uate instruction in all disciplines relating 
to agriculture, basic and applied, and with 
producing superior graduates dedicated to 
the betterment of agriculture and rural liv¬ 
ing. Also, it has been given authority and 
responsibility to conduct research and de¬ 
velop extension activities aimed at rural 
development and increased food produc¬ 
tion. 

The decision to establish it was inspired by 
the impact our land-grant agricultural col¬ 
leges have had on agriculture in the United 
States. However, this new university is not 
a replica of the American land-grant insti¬ 
tution but rather a Pakistani adaptation 
with similar goals and aspirations. 

I am encouraged by the progress I ob¬ 
served during my recent visit, and now I 
feel confident that this new institution has 
the potential to make a major contribution 
to agricultural development in West Paki¬ 
stan. 






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The West Pakistan Agricultural Uni¬ 
versity is an autonomous university 
with its own governing board, called 
the Syndicate, and with authority to 
develop its own programs of teaching, 
research and extension. It has five fac¬ 
ulties including Agriculture, Animal 


Husbandry, Agricultural Economics 
and Rural Sociology, Agricultural En¬ 
gineering and Technology and Veter¬ 
inary Science; a Division of Basic 
Sciences and Arts; and an Institute of 
Teacher Training, Extension and Short 
Courses. 








WSU has been engaged in educational work in Pakistan since 
1954 when it entered into a contract with the United States 
and Pakistan governments for an exchange program with the 
University of the Punjab and several affiliated colleges. Dur¬ 
ing the eight-year period, 1954-62, this program included 
projects in Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary 
Science, Basic Sciences, Business Administration, Education, 
Engineering, Home Economics, and Social Sciences. Thirty- 
eight WSU staff members served in Pakistan on tours of duty 
ranging from one to eight years in length, and 83 Pakistani 
staff members were sent to the United States for advanced 
training, most of them for advanced degrees. Achievements 
under the original contract had much to do with the selection 
of WSU to undertake the program with the Agricultural 
University. 



Like the previous program with the University of Punjab, the 
new exchange program has two important aspects: (1) send¬ 
ing WSU staff to Lyallpur to advise and assist in development 
of the Agricultural University and (2) sending Agricultural 
University staff to the United States for advanced training. 
Since the program’s inception two years ago, WSU has sup¬ 
plied 16 staff members, 14 for a year or more and two as 
short-term consultants. Thirty Pakistani staff have been sent 
to the United States and four who had been sent under the 
old program have been transferred to the new. Thus, 34 staff 
members have been sponsored from the new university, 16 
of them at WSU. 


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WPAU STAFF—ROW 1: Dr. E. C. Slone, Veterinary 
Science; Dr. A. O. Shaw, Animal Science; Dr. G. K. 
Garlick, Veterinary Science; Dr. S. P. Swenson, Agri¬ 
culture and Chief of Party; Mr. O. E. Miller, Campus 
Maintenance and Services. ROW 2; Prof. W. R. Fri- 
berg. Agricultural Engineering; Dr. C. O. Loreen, Agri¬ 
cultural Education; Dr. B. H. Schneider, Animal Nutri¬ 


tion; Dr. R. L. Boyd, Business Management; Dr. C. A. 
Larson, Agronomy and Soil Science; Prof. K. I. Gross, 
Agricultural Extension. ROW 3: Dr. J. W. Gebhart, 
Natural Sciences and Biology; Dr. B. L. Brooks, Agri¬ 
cultural Economics; Dr. J. B. Edlefsen, Sociology and 
Social Sciences. 


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WSU STAFF—HOW 1: Mrs. L. Buchanan, In¬ 
ternational Student Advisor; Dr. S. P. Swen¬ 
son, Coordinator of International Programs; 
Mrs. L. Wirak, Asst, in International Pro¬ 
grams. ROW 2: Mr. R. E. Cameron, Deputy 
Campus Coordinator, Pakistan Project; Dr. 
Mark Buchanan, Former Campus Coordina¬ 
tor, Pakistan Project. 


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A contrast between ancient and modern practices . . . The amount of food 
produced with current methods in West Pakistan is inadequate for the present 
population, and the population is growing at the rate of more than two per 
cent per year. Any substantial increase in production will have to come from 
greater efficiency and higher yields on existing agricultural lands; otherwise 
industrialization will be retarded and no progress can be made toward im¬ 
proved levels of living and a self-sustaining economy for the Pakistani 
people. The new West Pakistan Agricultural University has a major challenge 
in meeting this need for increased food production. 



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President French presents Dr. Glen King with the Regents’ Dislin 
guished Alumnus Award. 



President and Mrs. French are seen at Bryan Auditorium before a 
play. 



Old friends are often met here. 




A quiet evening at home is a rarity for this busy couple. 


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Academic 

Administration 



S. Town Stephenson 
Dean of the Family 



Claude Simpson 
Director of Admissions 
Registrar 



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F. J. Rempel, Coordinator 
General Education and 
Curriculum Advisory Program 





































































Norman A. Braden 
Director 

General Extension Service 



D. S. Farner 
Dean 

Graduate School 



G. Donald Smith 

Director 

Libraries 



V. N. Bhatia 
Coordinator 
Honors Program 


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Matthew Carey 

Director ASWSU Activities 

and Wilson Compton Union 



App Legg 

Program Coordinator 
ASWSU Activities 


Student 

Relations 



Jim Crow 
Program Advisor 


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John C. Clevenger 
Dean of Students 




Catherine M. Northrup 
Dean of Women 


Sue Carkoski 

Assistant Dean of Women 



Michael B. Morrow 
Assistant Dean of Men 



Arthur McCartan 
Dean of Men 


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Student 

Relations 



William A. Cass 
Director 

Student Counseling Center 



Dr. Ralph Buttermore 
Director 

Student Health Service 


Laura Lou Buchanan 
Advisor 

International Students 


Walter M. Bristol 
Director 

Placement Bureau 


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Public 

Relations 



Robert A. Mott 
Manager 

Radio-Television Services 



Dennis Morrison 

Director 

News Bureau 


Eugene G. “Pat” Patterson 
Director 

Alumni Relations 

Office of Graduate Records 


Allen Miller 
Director 

Office of Information 


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Busi ness 
Management 



William Poindexter 
Director 

Food & Housing 



Carl Pettibone 
Business Manager 


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Louis L. Madsen 
Director 

Institute of Agricultural Sciences 


Institute of 

Agricultural 

Sciences 

The purpose of the College of Agriculture is to 
train students in the field of agriculture and at 
the same time to contribute toward their general 
education. At either the undergraduate or grad¬ 
uate level, the student may major in one of fif¬ 
teen departmental programs. The careers for 
which this training and education is preparatory 
fall into three main categories: Technical Agri¬ 
culture, Science Specialization in Agriculture 
and Agricultural Business. 





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C. A. Svintli 
Director 

Agricultural Extension Service 



George W. Fischer 
Dean 

College of Agriculture 


Mark T. Buchanan 
Director 

Washington Agricultural Experiment Stations 


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B. Rodney Bertranison 
Chairman 

Department of Agronomy 



T. H. Blosser 
Chairman 

Department of Animal Sciences 



E. J. Working 
Chairman 

Department of Agricultural Economics 



John P. Nagle 
Chairman 

Department of Forestry & Range Management 



T. A. Merrill 
Chairman 

Department of Horticulture 



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C. Gardner Shaw 
Chairman 

Department of Plant Pathology 

































College of Agriculture 


ROW 1 

Norman S. Adams, Manson 
Forestry 

Tracy W. Beale, Pomeroy 
General Agriculture 
Robert L. Berger, 

Port Orchard 
Horticulture 
George L. Brinkman, 
Richland 
Agriculture 

C. Calissendorff, Holland 
Soils 

ROW 2 

Jim L. Capponi, Enumclaiv 
Agricultural 
Mechanization 
John E. Carlson, Addy 
Forestry 

Richard G. Case, Goldendale 
Animal Science 
Paul L. Charlton, Ellenshur g 
Animal Science 
Roger N. Clerf, Ellensburg 
Agronomy 

ROW 3 

Michael D. Conner, 
Okanogan 
Forestry 

John R. Deason, Tieton 
Horticulture 

Thomas J. Druffel, Colton 
Agricultural Economics 
Richard L. Fankhauser 
Monroe 

Horticulture 
Doris A. Ferguson, 

Coulee Dam 

Animal Science 

ROW 4 

Dwight E. Forgey, Anatone 
Animal Science 
William L. Gluck, 

Walia Walla 
Agricultural 
Mechanization 

Allen P. Goldade, Ellenshurg 
Animal Science 
Darroll L. Grant, Steilaatom 
Animal Science 

ROW 5 

Ronald C. Griffith, 

W enalchee 
Agriculture 
Martin D. Herrin, 

Maple Valley 
Agricultural 
Economics 
Charles N. Hoffeditz, 
Bellingham 
Forestry 
Carol A. Hooey, 

Alderwood Manor 
Agriculture 

ROW 6 

Kenneth B. Hooper, 

Walla Walla 
Agronomy 

Lloyd D. Hughes, Monlesano 
Dairy Science 
John A. Humphrey, 
Mansfield 

Animal Science 
John A. Isaacson, 

Mullan , Idaho 
Forestry 





























1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Donald W. Jarvis, Tacoma 
Range Management 
John E. Keatley, 

Castle Rock 
Forestry 

Raymond A. Keller, Tieton 
Agricultural Economics 
Michael L. Kincaid, Pullman 
Agronomy 

Joseph P. Kropf, Puyallup 
Agronomy 

ROW 2 

Lawrence L. Kunz, JSespelem 
Animal Science 
Marvin T. Lapp, Wapalo 
Animal Science 
David N. Larsen, Renton 
Forestry 

Charles E. Larson, Everett 
Forestry 

Robert D, Larson, Olympia 
Forestry 

ROW 3 

Edward N. Letchworth, 

Walla Walla 
Forestry 

Bernard M. Loers, 

Oak Harbor 
Dairy Science 
Ronald K. Ltinnum, 

Pullman 

Forestry 

Willium C. Lyman, Jr,, 
Dayton 

Agriculture 

John M. McGourin, Spangle 
Agriculture 

ROW 4 

Janies M. McGrann, 

Pomeroy 

Agricultural Economics 
W'illiain L. McGuire, Chesaiv 
Animal Science 
Donald J. McKay, Ferndale 
Dairy Science 
Ronald G. McPherson, 

Rock field 

Dairy Science 

ROW 5 

Edwardo L. Melgard, Seattle 
Dairy Science 
Laurence K. Mellgreu, 
Spokane 
Forestry 

John Merkel, Jr., Ephrata 
Dairy Science 
Kenneth Migchelbrink, 
Garfield 
Agronomy 

ROW 6 

George L. Murdock, T<dedo 
Agricultural Journalism 
Walter R. Olsen, Buckley 
Forestry 

Glen C. Paulson, Tacoma 
Animal Science 
Marvin E. Peterson, 

V alley ford 
Agricultural 
Mechanization 




















College of Agriculture 


ROW 1 

Sherman L. Polinder, 

Lynden 

Dairy Science 
Richard J. Quirk, Wilbur 
Agriculture 

Harold E. Read, Culcer 
Agricultural Economics 
Robert D. Redmond, 
Kennewick 

Agricultural Entomology 
Elwin N. Riley, Walla Walla 
Agriculture 

ROW 2 

Roderick C. Robert, Yakima 
Agricultural Journalism 
James R. Simms, Carnation 
Forestry 

Lonnie C. Sloan, Bridgeport 
Agronomy 

Dennis Lee Smith, St, John 
Agricultural Economics 
Robert L. Snyder, Camas 
Agronomy 

ROW 3 

Wallace M. Stampfly 
Ellensburg 
Agriculture 

Ronald Lee Swearingen, 
Tacoma 
Forestry 

David Ray Syre, Everson 
Agricultural Economics 
Larry E. Tadlock, Addy 
Agriculture 

ROW 4 

Michael L. Tastad, Everett 
Poultry Science 
William H. Turnbull, 
Quincy 

Agricultural Economics 
R. Daniel VanDyk, Lynden 
Dairy Science 

Warren H. Walker, Spokane 
Agronomy 

ROW 5 

Bruce C. Walton, 

Bellingham 

Agricultural Economics 
William B. Walton, Omak 
Animal Science 
Lynn K. Watkins, Yakima 
Horticulture 

Dale L. Wierman, Yakima 
Forestry 

ROW 6 

Garry E. White, Everett 
Forestry 

Glenn D. Wolf, Deer Park 
Agronomy 
Zafar-Ud-Din, 

Wazirabad , West Pakistan 
Range Management 
Roy A. Zingmark, Everett 
Forestry 



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Institute of 
Technology 

The College of Engineering and Mineral Technology is 
part of the Institute of Technology which also includes the 
Division of Industrial Research, Mining Experiment Sta¬ 
tion and Technical Extension Services. The fundamental 
goal of the College is an engineer broadly trained in fun¬ 
damentals. 


J. P. Spielman 
Dean 

College of Engineering & Mineral Technology 



Eugene W. Greenfield 
Director 

Division of Industrial Research 



June Roberts 
Chairman 

Department of Agricultural Engineering 


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Harry C. Weller 
Chairman 

Department of Architectural Engineering 









Institute of Technology 



George T. Austin 
Chairniun 

Department of Chemical Engineering 



Attie L. Betts 
Chairman 

Department of Electrical Engineering 



Emmett Moore 
Chairman 

Department of Civil Engineering 



Harry A. Sorensen 
Chairman 

Department of Mechanical Engineering 



Servet A. Duran 
Chairman 

Department of Metallurgy 


D. L. Masson 
Chairman 

Department of Mining Engineering 


















1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Alia mad M. Allan, 
Damascus, Syria 

Electrical Engineering 
Michael R. Allert, LaCrosse 
Civil Engineering 
Robert H. Anderson, Yakima 
Electrical Engineering 
David R. Angstrom, Wilbur 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 2 

John B. Barber, Spokane 
Mechanical Engineering 
Peter Barber, 

Anchorage , Alaska 

Electrical Engineering 
Keith G. Barrow, Everett 
Architectural Engineering 
Kenneth L. Benson, Pullman 
Mechanical Engineering 

ROW 3 

David K. Billingsley, 

W aterville 

Agricultural Engineering 
John D. Birge, Odessa 
Chemical Engineering 
Michael D. Bitterling, 
Tacoma 

Electrical Engineering 
William A. Blanton, Jr., 
Richland 

Chemical Engineering 
ROW 4 

Ray W. Bloom, Mt. Vernon 
Civil Engineering 
Charles D. Brooks, Colville 
Electrical Engineering 
Philip S. Camp, Spokane 
Building Theory 
and Practice 

Bruce W. Campbell, Palouse 
Mechanical Engineering 

ROW 5 

Francis L. Chaussee, Seattle 
Building Theory 
and Practice 

Fredric Christiansen, Kent 
Chemical Engineering 
Walter E. Currah, Jr., 

T acoma 

Mechanical Engineering 
ROW 6 

David G. Curtis, Spokane 
Electrical Engineering 
Doug L. Dawson, 

Portland , Oregon 
Civil Engineering 
John J. Dormaier, Spokane 
Architectural Engineering 


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College of Engineering 
and Mineral Technology 


ROW 1 

George R. Dunham, Pullman 
Mechanical Engineering 
Stuart G. Emigh, W / alla W'alla 
Mechanical Engineering 
John A. Erickson, Eatonville 
Architectural Engineering 
Donald L. Felgenhauer, 
Fairfield 

Electrical Engineering 
ROW 2 

Leonard E. Fonda, Jr., 
Sumner 

Mechanical Engineering 
Raul G. Fonda, Sumner 

Architectural Engineering 
David M. Ford, W alla W'alla 
Civil Engineering 
Walter Gould, Ephrata 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 3 

Marvin J. Griffith. W / enatrhee 
Civil Engineering 
Robert G. Guess, Lyle 
Chemical Engineering 
Richard C. Guglomo, Kelso 
Civil Engineering 
Linley F. Gnmm, Tekita 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 4 

Antoine M. Hakim, 

Cairo , Egypt 

Chemical Engineering 
Leroy W. Hansen, Morton 
Architectural Engineering 
Jack E. Hendrickson, Seattle 
Civil Engineering 
My ron Hillman, Gig Harbor 
Civil Engineering 

ROW 5 

Charles G. Hoffmann, 
Vancouver 

Mechanical Engineering 
Gary M. Hyde, Almira 

Agricultural Engineering 
John L. Jackson, 

Sunnyside 

Architectural Engineering 
Jim Jensen, Tacoma 
Civil Engineering 

ROW 6 

Robert W. Junell. Bremerton 
Civil Engineering 
Ralph J. Kauzlarich, ISaches 
Electrical Engineering 
Thomas R. Kimball, Jr., 

St. Jidxn 

Electrical Engineering 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Richard Krause, Camas 

Agricultural Engineering 
Louis G. Krub, Mt. Vernon 
Agricultural Engineering 
Michael R. Kunz, 

Mechanical Engineering 
John M. Lamb, Richland 
Building Theory 
and Practice 

ROW 2 

George H. Lang, Spokane 
Architectural Engineering 
John H. Leihermann, 
W’aitsburg 

Mechanical Engineering 
Bryan E. Lowe, Moses Lake 
Electrical Engineering 
Delvin L. Mace, 

Nyssa, Oregon 

Architectural Engineering 

ROW 3 

John L. Marvin, Spokane 
Chemical Engineering 
Jack L. McFadden, Renton 
Building Theory 
and Practice 
Jack R. Michael, Tacoma 
Civil Engineering 
Paul R. Norris, Spokane 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 4 

Mohammad R. Pazooki, 
Tehran , Iran 

Civil Engineering 
Albert L. Pence, Spokane 
Civil Engineering & 
Business Administration 
King Phelps, Spanaway 
Agricultural Engineering 
John L. Pittman, Camas 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 5 

Jerold R. Quam, Pullman 
Civil Engineering 
Adli Qudsi, 

Aleppa , Syria 

Architectural Engineering 
Marlin I). Robinson, Everett 
Chemical Engineering 
Clayton D. Robinson, Jr., 
Chelan 

Civil Engineering 
ROW 6 

Graham A. Rolstad, Tacoma 
Electrical Engineering 
Philip A. Rude, Seattle 

Architectural Engineering 
Jerry Schmeil, Bellingham 
Civil Engineering 


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College of Engineering 
and Mineral Technology 


ROW 1 

Jerry M. Schroedcr, 

V er ad ale 

Architectural Engineering 
David O. Sieberns, 

Mercer Island 

Electrical Engineering 
Larry L. Sims, Spokane 
Chemical Engineering 
Lawrence O. Sinkey, Richland 
Architectural Engineering 

ROW 2 

Terence R. Slaton, 

Anchorage , Alaska 

Mechanical Engineering 
Johnny L. Smith, Longview 
Electrical Engineering 
Chester M. Staley, Spokane 
Electrical Engineering 
Haluk M. Taysi, 

Ankara, Turkey 

Mechanical Engineering 

ROW 3 

Gene A. Thomas, Tacoma 
Architectural Engineering 
Gary N. Tisdale, Seattle 

Architectural Engineering 
Bruce L. Townsend, Seattle 
Architectural Engineering 
John Trzil, Camas 
Physical Metallurgy 

ROW 4 

Charles E. Tudor, W enatchee 
Civil Engineering 
Albert W. Verschaeve, 
Enumclaiv 

Agricultural Engineering 
Will J. Vincent, Pullman 
Agricultural Engineering 
Gerard R. Westfall, Everett 
Chemical Engineering 

ROW 5 

Eugene A. Wheeler, Seattle 
Architectural Engineering 
Roger B. Whitnev, 

W alla W alla 

Civil Engineering 
Dennis J. Wilde, Spokane 
Architectural Engineering 

ROW' 6 

Martin C. Wilson, Spokane 
Civil Engineering 
Douglas H. Worthington, 
Bainbridge Island 

Architectural Engineering 
Jon M. Ziegler, Vancouver 
Civil Engineering 



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College of 

Economics 
and Business 

The College of Economics and Business offers 
courses of study of economic relationships and 
public policy. The curriculum is designed for 
those students who prefer a general university 
program with an emphasis on the economic 
relationships in business, both public and pri¬ 
vate, and in national and international organ¬ 
ization. Students are qualified for positions in 
research and as business executives. 


Eugene Clark 
Dean 

College of Economies and Business 




Robert E. Hoskinson 
Chairman 

Department of Secretarial Studies 


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College of Economics 
and Business 


ROW 1 

Anthony B. Adsley, Pullman 
Business Administration 
Allan T. Akesson, Renton 
Business Administration 
R. Michael Allert, La Crosse 
Business Administration 
Beverly Sue Bain, Kelso 
Business Administration 
Linda M. Burmuta, Seattle 
Business Administration 

ROW 2 

Wesley J. Bentz, Ritzville 
Business Administration 
Donald W. Berber, Richland 
Hotel Administration 
Jean M. Blakeley, Pullman 
Secretarial Studies 
Carolyn Anne Bowman, 
Richland 

Secretarial Studies 
ROW 3 

Robert E. Boy, Valley Ford 
Hotel Administration 
Lawrence E. Brackett, 

Port Angeles 

Business Administration 
Jeffery C. Bratrud, Tacoma 
Business Administration 
Melvin E. Buhr, Everett 
Business Administration 

ROW 4 

Walter T. Camp, LaCrosse 
Business Administration 
Clyde E. Christie, Aberdeen 
Business Administration 
Sharon L. Coif, Woodland 
Secretarial Studies 
Gretchen Ann Collins, 
Tacoma 

Hotel Administration 
ROW 5 

Clay E. Conrath, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Gerald P. Corderman, 

W enatchee 

Business Administration 
Norman R. Cornish, Moclips 
Hotel Administration 
Larry A. Culver, Spokane 
Hotel Administration 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

James W. Culverwell, 
Chewelah 

Business Administration 
Joan K. Dalton, M ante sunt* 
Secretarial Studies 
Terrence J. Dobson, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Barbara R. Elsbury, 

Hines , Oregon 

Secretarial Studies 
Richard J. Felber, Jr., 

Col fax 

Economics 

ROW 2 

Harvey S. Fisher, Jr., 

Fair Oaks , California 
Economics 

Steven W r . Forsberg, Ephrata 
Economics 

Gerald D. Garnet, Bremerton 
Hotel Administration 
Barbara Jo George, Spokane 
Economics 

ROW 3 

Gerald A. Hansen, Spokane 
Business Administration 
P. Burce Hatch, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Robert J. Healea, Kelso 
Business Administration 
Janet E. Helphrey, Curlew 
Secretarial Studies 

ROW 4 

Per Hilmo, Everett 

Business Administration 
Ronald H. Hoover, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Delbert F. Hunt, Davenport 
Business Administration 
Gary L. Intel, Wapato 

Business Administration 

ROW 5 

Richard S. Jamar, Seattle 
Business Administration 
James G. Johnson, Colfax 
Economics 

Del M. Jones, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Dennis B. Jones, Spokane 
Business Administration 


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College of Economics 
and Business 


ROW 1 

Jeanne M. Keatts, Colfax 
Business Administration 
George F. Knickrehm, Seattle 
Hotel Administration 
Kristy Kniekrehm, 
Kennewick 

Secretarial Studies 
Wilmar A. Kohne, Everett 
Business Administration 
William J. Lambert, Spokane 
Business Administration 

ROW 2 

Michael R. G. Lampton, 
Tacoma 
Economics 

Duane E. Leigh, Spokane 
Economics 

Miller D. Lembke, Delleview 
Economics 
Stuart H. Lloyd, 

Revelstoke , B. C, 

Business Administration 

ROW 3 

Douglas H. Lungo, Chattaroy 
Business Administration 
Catherine J. Maki, 

Brush Prairre 

Secretarial Studies 
Christopher J. Marker, 

Vista , California 

Hotel Administration 
Joe H. Matthews, Seattle 
Economics 

ROW 4 

Robert L. McGinnis, Seattle 
Business Administration 
Patrick McGoldrick, Tacoma 
Economics 
Bruce F. Mumford, 

Grand Rapids , Michigan 
Hotel Administration 
James C. Nelson, Pullman 
Economics 

ROW 5 

David C. Nesse, Ephrata 
Economics 

William L. Norin, Burton 
Business Administration 
Michael J. Paterson, 

Sitka , Alaska 

Business Administration 
Dick Pierson, Spokane 
Business Administration 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Linda Kay Powell, 

Marysville 

Business Administration 
John R. Redding, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Janies E. Reeee, Jr., Seattle 
Business Administration 
Robert W. Reese, Cheney 
Business Administration 
Walker E. Roberts, Colfax 
Economies 

ROW 2 

Darrell K. Russell, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Donald R. Schreiber, 
Ctmperville 

Business Administration 
Fred R. Shaw, Mt. Vernon 
Hotel Administration 
Marilyn L. Shippey, Lyle 
Secretarial Studies 

ROW 3 

David H. Smith, Tacoma 
Business Administration 
Charles M. Sprague, Ephrata 
Business Administration 
Richard T. Stillson, 

Tiberon y California 
Economics 
Patricia L. Thomas, 

White Salmon 

Secretarial Studies 

ROW 4 

Shirley Ann Thomassen, 
Seattle 

Business Administration 
Reid B. Tinling, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Lanna Lu Vedvick, 
Bremerton 

Secretarial Studies 
Nancy J. Vlahovich, 

North Bend 

Business Administration 
ROW 5 

Dale H. W'alker, Kirkland 
Business Administration 
William M. Wheeler, 

Gig Harbor 

Business Administration 
James I. Whitney, Grandview 
Business Administration 
William C. Willard, Jr., 
Issaquah 

Business Administration 


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College of 
Education 

This year the College of Education and the 
College of Physical Education and Recreation 
were combined into one college. The goal for 
the graduates in education is to help young 
people to develop all their capacities and op¬ 
portunities. 


Zeno B. Katterle 
Dean 

College of Education 



Lloyd B. Urdal 
Chairman 

Department of Education 


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Roger Wiley 
Chairman 

Department of Physical Education for Men 






1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

James W. Allen, Seattle 
Physical Education 
Shirley JoAnn Allert, 
Pullman 
Education 

Patricia S. Angstrom, Wilber 
Education 

Arline Ann Averett, Othello 
Education 

Janies B. Bair, Cheney 
Physical Education 

ROW 2 

Nancy L. Baldwin, 

Walla Walla 
Education 

Carolyn Lee Ballo, Seattle 
Education 

Blair Barner, Centralia 
Physical Education 
Judith J. Baumgartner, 

Pasco 

Physical Education 
ROW 3 

Carol Ann Benine, Bothell 
Education 

George A. Bettas, Cle Elum 
Industrial Arts 
Sara J. Brierley, Spokane 
Education 

Gayle Brines, Aberdeen 
Education 

ROW 4 

Wayne A. Brines, Vancouver 
Physical Education 
John P. Browne, 

San Bruno , California 
Physical Education 
Rosemary A. Bruns, Everson 
Education 

Penny Lee Busche, Seattle 
Education 

ROW 5 

Judy Rae Busse, Pullman 
Education 
Gene E. Canque, 

Kahuku , Hawaii 
Physical Education 
Marilyn Lee Chisholm, 

Vancouver 
Education 

Carolyn Lee Click, Spokane 
Education 

ROW 6 

Faye T. Cochran, Newport 
Education 

Gary J. Coleman, Garfield 
Physical Education 
Lao L. Crane, Tacoma 
Physical Education 
Janice A. Dakers, Seattle 
Education 


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College of Education 


ROW 1 

Pejjfiy Ann Davis, 

U alia I Falla 
Education 
Delbert A. Depner, 

Mansfield 

Industrial Arts 
Mary L. Desimone, Seattle 
Education 

Margaret E. Eash, Spokane 
Education 

Joanne B. Espeseth, Seattle 
Education 

ROW 2 

Dennis M. Esser, Camas 
Industrial Arts 
Martha P. Eyer, Kelso 
Education 

Suzanne C. Fisher, Richland 
Education 

Kathleen M. Flynn, Tacoma 
Education 

ROW 3 

Carol P. Furness, Spokane 
Education 

Sandra L. Gallemore, 
Spokane 

Physical Education 
Susan IN. Garrison, Ridgefield 
Education 

Edwin B. Gause, Union Gap 
Physical Education 

ROW 4 

Eorene E. Gilkey, Longview 
Education 

Elsie Rae Gill, Clarkston 
Physical Education 
Gail A. Gladder, Spokane 
Education 

Michaele L. Glenn, Spokane 
Education 

ROW 5 

Sharon N. Goldring, 

Peble Beach , California 
Education 

Joanna L. Goodner, Richland 
Education 

Charles H. Goodsell, Spokane 
Industrial Arts 

Lois C. Hamburg, Mt. Vernon 
Education 

ROW 6 

Judith H. Hamilton, Tacoma 
Education 

Virginia L. Hanell, Olympia 
Education 

Joan C. Hansen, Seattle 
Education 

John C. Hansen, Deer Park 
Education 








































1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Mary Lou Hansen, 

Gig Harbor 

Physical Education 
Jean D. Henry, Everett 
Education 

Thomas W 7 . Herndon, 

Ann Arb<tr 

Industrial Arts 
Beverlee G. Hill, Spokane 
Education 

George W\ Hodson, /Lsotin 
Industrial Arts 

ROW 2 

Sue C. Holderness, Kirkland 
Education 

Marjoire Hollingworth, 
Montesano 

Physical Education 
Kay F. Honsinger, Palouse 
Education 

Susan T. Hoots, Anacortes 
Physical Education 

ROW 7 3 

Jimmy S. Horn, Pullman 
Industrial Arts 
Eugene M. Huhble, 

St. John 
Education 

Joan D. Hudspeth, Yakima 
Education 

Evelyn R. Jager, Olympia 
Education 

ROW 7 4 

Christie A. Jochimsen, 
Arlington , Virginia 
Education 

Linda Lu Johnson, Olympia 
Education 

Nancy Kay Johnson, Spokane 
Education 

Paul H. Johnson, Ml. Vernon 
Industrial Arts 

ROW 7 5 

Katherine D. Jones, Tacoma 
Education 

Dyan W 7 . Kayser, Centerville 
Education 

Michael W 7 . Keller, Spokane 
Physical Education 
Susan Kay Kelley, Mt. Vertutn 
Education 

ROW 7 6 

Nancy Lee Kepner, 

Vancouver 
Education 

Barbara J. Kirkwood, 

Spokane 

Education 

Marilyn E. Kjelland, Everett 
Education 

Georgia M. Kloostra, Seattle 
Education 


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College of Education 


ROW I 

Carolyn V. Loach, Seattle 
Kdiirntion 

Mary Jo Leathers, W ‘ midland 
Physical education 
Carole J. Looyscn, Seattle 
education 

Margaret A. Love, Garfield 
education 

Linda L. Luhhcn, Richland 
Physical education 

ROW 2 

Patricia L. Madsen, Pullman 

education 

Sharon e. Marsden, Othello 
education 

Carol Ann Martin, Edmonds 
Pre-Physical Therapy 
Karen Jean Martinson, 
Tacoma 
Education 

ROW 3 

Gwynn L. Maryott, Colville 
Education 

Gloria Mae Matthews, Seattle 
Education 
Suzanne M. May, 

Port Orchard 
Education 

Mary L. Maynard, Everett 
Education 

ROW 4 

Jennifer Ann McCabe, 
Pomeroy 
Education 

Joyce E. McCoy, Spokane 
Education 

Sharon C. McCoy, Sumner 
Education 

Linda Lou McDevitt, 
Leavenworth 
Education 

ROW 5 

Donna M. McGill, 

Glendora , California 
Physical Education 
James J. McGill is, 

Hardin , Montana 
Industrial Arts 
Patricia A. Mclrvin, 

Vancouver 
Education 

Judith A. McKay, Spokane 
Education 

ROW' 6 

Marilu Mercer, Prosser 
Education 
Roselea J. Mooney, 
Springdale 
Education 

Marilynn D. Murphy, 

Vaneouver 
Education 

Norann S. Neel, Oakesdale 
Education 
































1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Laurel Ann Nielsen, blphrata 
Kd uraI Ion 

Sharon Sue O'Kelly, Seattle 
Education 

Jeannette R. Okinaka, 
Kahului , Hawaii 
Education 

Marianne Olson, Pullman 
Education 
Ronald C. O’Neal, 

Oakes , North Dakota 
Industrial Arts 

ROW 7 2 

Priscilla A. Pedersen, Tacoma 
Education 

Patricia Ann Peters, Seattle 
Physical Education 
Robert A. Privette, Spokane 
Industrial Arts 
Kathleen G. Quinn, Selah 
Physical Education 

ROW 3 

Joyce A. Reich), Tacoma 
Physical Education 
Nancy L. Reinell, Everett 
Education 

Carol S. Rogel, Olympia 
Education 

Judy E. Rose, Spokane 
Education 

ROW 7 4 
L. Kay Sater, 

Lewiston , Idaho 
Education 

Sandra J. Sawyers, Pasco 
Education 

Jean C. Schaefer, Seattle 
Education 

Harry W 7 . Schaler, Tacoma 
Physical Education 

ROW 5 

Sandra Kay Schalow, 
Okanogan 
Education 

Beverly J. Schenefeld, 

Port /Ingeles 
Education 
Karen M. Schmid, 

Coulee Dam 
Education 
Marian E. Schmidt, 

Coulee City 
Education 

ROW 6 

Ann M. Scliroeder, Spokane 
Education 

Elizabeth J. Sears, Spokane 
Physical Education 
Linda K. Seaton, Richland 
Education 
Dayle N. Shipley, 

Portland , Oregon 
Education 


















College of Education 


ROW 1 

Dennis Smith, Mattson 
Physical Education 
Jeralyn P. Smith, Birch Bay 
Education 

Barbara A. Steenbergen, 
Spokane 
Education 

Marilyn Slegmeier, Kent 
Education 

ROW 2 

Carol L. Steinke, Selah 
Education 
Annette M. Slender, 

Federal IF'ay 

Physical Education 
Lynne Storey, Longview 
Education 

Valaray V. Straub, Riverside 
Education 

ROW 3 

Linda E. Strege, Everett 
Education 

Phyllis J. Struck, Richland 
Physical Education 
Joan N. Suenaga, 

Kaneohe , Haivaii 
Physical Education 
Sondra Lee Sundstrom, 
Friday Harbor 
Education 

ROW 4 

Richard L. Swanson, 

Centralia 

Industrial Arts 
Sidney E. Swanson, 

San Francisco , California 
Industrial Arts 
Christine F. Tangvald, 
Lamont 
Education 

Marjorie Ann Tiffany, 
Yakima 
Education 

ROW 5 

Sharon C. Torgerson, 

Yakima 

Education 

Kathleen Bruce Turnbull, 
Quincy 

Education 

Joan P. Vasgaard, Tacoma 
Education 

Terry L. Whiting, Omak 
Education 

ROW 6 

Sharon E. Williams, Spttkane 
Physical Education 
Nancy Jo Williamson, I F ilbur 
Education 

Gretchen II. Wonders, 
Tacoma 

Physical Education 
Brian R. Zieuier, Davenport 
Education 



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Jane E. Werden 
Dean 

College of Home Economics 


College of 

Home 

Economics 

The College of Home Economics prepares 
young people for professional careers. The stu¬ 
dent studies areas outside the College and has 
the advantage of a broad education in natural 
sciences, social sciences, and humanities, as 
well as in home economics. In this way, grad¬ 
uates are able to contribute significantly to the 
improvement of living conditions through ed¬ 
ucational programs in child care, health, hous¬ 
ing, nutrition, and personal and community 
relations. 



Emma E. Harris 
Chairman 

Department of Child Development 



Mignon Perry 
Chairman 

Department of Clothing & Textiles 



Anna Wood 
Chairman 

Department of Interior Decoration 



Delight Maughan 
Chairman 

Department of Foods & Nutrition 


Grace E. Sweatt 
Chairman 

Department of Institution Economics 





















College of 
Home Economics 


ROW 1 
Lea Ella Baker, 

San Leandro , California 
Child Development 
Janet S. Benson, Burlington 
Clothing & Textiles 
Sandra L. Berlin nd, T acton a 
Home Economies 
Education 
Jane E. Bevington, 

Caldwell , Idaho 

Interior Decoration 
Tovi A. Bolilke, Prosser 
Home Economics 
Education 

ROW 2 

Phyllis E. Bordwell, Spokane 
Home Economics 
Education 
Rosalee E. Bratton, 
Goldendale 

Clothing & Textiles 
Sally A. Buitenveld, 
Bainhridge Island 
Home Economics 
Cynthia A. Caminack, 

Los Angeles , California 
Interior Decoration 

ROW 3 

Marilyn M. Carlson, Spokane 
Home Economics 
Miriam H. Cross, Bremerton 
Home Economics 
Diane A. Ekstran, 

Burlington 

Home Economics 
Sheryl A. Fred, Clarkston 
Home Economics 

ROW 4 

Janice J. Haines, 

San Dimas , California 
Institution Economics 
Joanne F. Ham, Spokane 
Interior Decoration 
Lynn S. Harrison, Seattle 
Foods Si Nutrition 
Jackie L. Hurting, Dayton 
Home Economics 

ROW 5 

Geraldine M. Johnson, 

Port Orchard 

Institution Economics 
Marjoire A. Keatloy, 

Castle Rock 

Home Economics 
Mary Ann Kernwein, Tacoma 
Clothing Si Textiles 
Karen G. Kjuek, Malden 
Home Economics 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Sharry I,. Krom, LaCrosse 
Interior Decoration 
Cynthia J. Lucas, Seattle 
Home Economics 
Kathleen E. Lyons, Longview 
Home Economics 
Karin L. Marsh, Coulee City 
Home Economics 

ROW 2 

Nancy C. McGill is, Spokane 
Interior Decoration 
Ronnie L. Montgomery, 
Garfield 

Clothing & Textiles 
Paula L. Mowry, Grandview 
Home Economics 
Sharon C. Natsnhara, 

Auburn 

Home Economics 

ROW 3 

Carol 1). Nelson, Orondo 
Interior Decoration 
Joyce M. Olsen, Paulsho 
Home Economics 
Patricia D. Polinsky, Seattle 
Clothing & Textiles 
Joan C. Riddle, Mead 
Home Economics 

ROW 4 

Rita R. Robinson, Chelan 
Home Economics 
Lauda V. Swisher, Connell 
Home Economics 
Lane G. Stevens, Seattle 
Interior Decoration 
Loree K. Strand, Spokane 
Home Economics 

ROW 5 

Linda J. Taylor, Rent 
Interior Decoration 
Jerrilynn Thompson, 

North Bend 

Home Economics 
Judith L. Wannamaker 
Vancouver 

Institution Economics 
Karen A. Winch, Buy all up 
Clothing & Textiles 


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College of 
Pharmacy 

The aims of the pharmacy program are to de¬ 
velop individuals qualified for service in the 
pharmaceutical profession, to prepare the best 
qualified students for research and teaching 
careers in the pharmaceutical sciences, and to 
promote the professional development of the 
practicing pharmacist. 


Allen I. White 
Dean 

College of Pharmacy 


ROW 1 

John W. Anderson, Conway 
Pharmacy 
James R. Arthurs, 

Sand point , Idaho 
Pharmacy 
Robert L. Bainter, 
Kennewick 
Pharmacy 

Ronald C. Becker, Spokane 
Pharmacy 

ROW 2 

Ronald A. Bombino, 
Spokane 
Pharmacy 
Stanley R. Bye, 

Pendleton , Oregon 
Pharmacy 

Keith Campbell, Spokane 
Pharmacy 
Alfred O. Cole, 

Cotati , California 
Pharmacy 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

William M. Dickson, 
Okanogan 
Pharmacy 

Larry A. Dixon, Spokane 
Pharmacy 

Gary M. Fast, Bremerttm 
Pharmacy 

Robert V. James, Spokane 
Pharmacy 

ROW 2 

Richard A. Johnson, 

Grand Coulee 
Pharmacy 
William R. Kelley, 

Ml. Vern4>n 
Pharmacy 

William F. Labherton, 

W apalo 
Pharmacy 

Janet M. Long, Grandview 
Pharmacy 

ROW 3 

Gwen B. Oldenburg, Pullman 
Pharmacy 
Russell J. Rawls, 

Burlington 

Pharmacy 

Robert J. Roberts, Centralia 
Pharmacy 

Joan M. Rohrback, Spokane 
ROW 4 

Richard E. Sherwood, 

Mercer Island 
Pharmacy 

Kenneth R. Terhaar, 
Greencreekj Idaho 
Pharmacy 

Arthur R. Tyrrell, Vf arden 
Pharmacy 


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College of 
Sciences 
and Arts 

The College of Sciences and Arts contributes to 
the liberal education of students by basic 
courses in the humanities, social sciences, and 
biological and physical sciences. For its majors, 
it offers preparation for many vocations. It 
gives basic education for those who will later 
enter professional schools or undertake grad¬ 
uate work. 


A. W. Thompson 
Dean 

College of Sciences & Arls 



B. Roger Ray 

Associate Dean 

College of Sciences & Arts 


J. L. Stokes 
Chairman 

Department of Bacteriology & 


Public Health 


Adolph Heeht 
Chairman 

Department of Botany 


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Carl M. Stevens 
Chairman 

Department of Chemistry 



Joseph W. Mills 
Chairman 

Department of Geology 




William Hand 
Chairman 

Department of Physics 



Herbert L. Eastlick 
Chairman 

Department of Zoology 


Sidney G. Hacker 
Chairman 

Department of Mathematics 


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Raymond Muse 
Chairman 

Department of History 



Donald F. McCall 
Chairman 

Department of Police Science & Administration 


College of 
Sciences 
and Arts 



James Elder 
Chairman 

Department of Psychology 



Paul L. Beckett 
Chairman 

Department of Political Science 




Hilda Roberts 
Chairman 

Department of Pre-Nursing 


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Nelson A. Ault 
Chairman 

Department of English 





A. Keith Monaghan 
Chairman 

Department of Fine Arts 


A. O. Lindberg 
Chairman 

Department of Foreign Languages 



H. V. Alward 
Chairman 

Department of Journalism 



Kemble Stout 
Chairman 

Department of Music 



Donald A. Wells 
Chairman 

Department of Philosophy 



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S. J. Crandell 
Chairman 

Department of Speech 




















College of 
Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1 

Jacqueline O. Aaniot, 
Burlington 

Political Science 
Lloyd G. Abrams, 

Portland, Oregon 
Police Science & 
Administration 
Robert I). Adams, 

Walla Walla 

General Social Sciences 
Garole A, Ahlfs, Bremerton 
General Humanities 
Nicholas J. Ahlfs, Bremerton 
History 

ROW 2 

Ronelle J. Alexander, Seattle 
Foreign Language 
Jerry L. Altig, Quincy 
Speech 

Cynthia H. Arbogust, 
Spokane 

Psychology 

Kathy Jean Arneson, Kelso 
General Journalism 

ROW 3 

Janet L. Aronson, 

Anchorage , Alaska 
Psychology 

Richard H. Auer, Clarkslon 
General Physical Sciences 
Kathy Anastasio, Spokane 
Bacteriology 
Linda A. Ayers, Spokane 
Foreign Language 

ROW 4 

Richard L. Bagnall, Buckley 
Political Science 
James L. Ballo, Seattle 
Premedicine 

James W. Barcott, Everett 
General Humanities 
James F. Barker, Morton 
Police Seience 

ROW 5 

Leona M. Barnhart, Seattle 
Sociology 
David D. Bathriek, 

Phoenix , Arizona 
Political Science 
John D. Batjer, Wenatchee 
Zoology 

William D. Batjer, 
Wenatchee 

General Biological 
Sciences 

ROW 6 

Martin C. Beattie, 

Oak Harbor 
Premedicine 

Darryl D, Beers, Kennewick 
Music 

Judy B. Bell, Spokane 
Fine Arts 

Steven L. Bell, Spokane 
Social Studies 



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1964 Graduates 



HOW ) 

William C. Benton, 
Bakersfield, California 
Social Studies 

Joanne M. Bingham, Seattle 
Speech Therapy 
Gerald E. Bishop, 

Porf Townsetul 

General Social Sciences 
George E. Bixby, Chelan 
Physics 

Walter E. Black, W ashougal 
General Mathematics 

ROW 2 

Barbara A. Blandford, 

Falls Church , Virginia 
Political Science 
Max L. Blunieyer, Richland 
Physics 

Yolanda L. Bradford, Seattle 
Fine Arts 
Roland D. Brady, 

Liberty Lake 
Geograph y 

ROW 3 

Michele L. Briece, 

Kennewick 

Speech 

Harry B. Brock way, Spokane 
History 

William J. Brooks, Colville 
General Physical Sciences 
Barbara L. Brown, Edmonds 
Foreign Language 

ROW 4 

Joanne K. Brown, Spokane 
Mathematics 
INancy S. Buck man, 
Alderwotfd Manor 
General Biological 
Sciences 

Roberta F, Burdick, Spokane 
Speech Therapy 
Betsy R. Burton, Seattle 
History 

ROW 5 

Carol A. Busch, Pullman 
General Social Sciences 
Roy J. Bussee, Bremerton 
Social Studies 
Beryl N. Butler, Pullman 
General Biological 
Studies 

Donald H. Butler, 

Portland , Oregon 
Radio Si Television 

ROW 6 

William D. Byrd, Richland 
Geology 

Sharon D. Campbell, 
Spokane 
English 

Loney F. Carolson, Jr., 

Grand Cttulee 

General Social Sciences 
Judith R. Carr, Seattle 
Political Science 


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College of 
Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1 

Martha Ann Carter, 

Walla Walla 
English 

Evelyn L. Cartony, Yakima 
Sociology 
Joel M. Chaikind, 

North Hollywood , California 
History 

Nora L. Christiansen, 
Tacoma 

Bacteriology 

ROW 2 

Edwin J. Church, Seattle 
General Social Sciences 
Richard H. Churchill, 

Seattle 

Sociology 

Larry P. Clark, Richland 
Physical Metallurgy 
Sharon Ann Claus, 

Sedro W oidey 
Prelaw 

ROW 3 

Michele Ann Cody, Tacoma 
Bacteriology 

Lucile E. Colbert, Tonasket 
Sociology 

Berl L. Colley, Walla Walla 
Sociology 

Linda Collins, Monteseno 
English 

ROW 4 

Martha J. Collins, Spokane 
Fine Arts 

Diane Lyn Conner, Tacoma 
English 

David L. Cooley, Richland 
Physical Metallurgy 
Susan Ann Coonibs, 
Harrington 

General Social Sciences 
ROW 5 

Mary Jo Corliss, Tacoma 
General Mathematics 
Donna Jean Dacy, Tacoma 
Fine Arts 

Deanna M. Davis, Pasco 
Bacteriology 
Joel A. DeLisa, Buckley 
Premedicine 

ROW 6 

Carole J. DeMatis, Seattle 
English 

Charlene Rae Duey, Bellevue 
Sociology 

Virginia L. Dunn, Kennewick 
Bacteriology 
Margaret E. Easton, 

Aft. Vernon 

General Humanities 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Robert C. Eckberg, Spokane 
History 

Donuld A. Eisenbarth, Pasco 
Chemistry 

Barbara A. Engleliardt, 
Seattle 

Foreign Language 
Dorm B. Ennis, Ephrata 
Chemical Engineering 

ROW 2 

Samuel I. Eskenazi, 

Mercer Island 

General Journalism 
Burce J. Eyer, Kelso 
General Mathematics 
Gary B. Ferguson, Hoquim 
Music 

Carolyn Hamilton Flannery, 
Richland 
Psychology 

ROW 3 

Janet J. Fraley, Spokane 
Music 

Barry M. Frey, Newman Lake 
General Social Sciences 
Bruce A. Friden, Seattle 
Fine Arts 

George D. Fuller, Spokane 
Psychology 

ROW 4 

Lael M. Furlong, 

Portland , Oregon 
Zoology 

Jo Susanne Fyfe, Spokane 
Fine Arts 

Rolf S. Gabrielsen, 

Mt. Vernon 
Chemistry 
Jean Carol Gale, 

Portlandy Oregon 

General Social Sciences 

ROW 5 

Marilyn Kay Ganson, 

Rain bridge Island 
Sociology 

Dixon B. Garner, Spokane 
Police Science 
Richard C. Gethmann, 
Wenatchee 
Zoology 

Michael C. Gies, Odessa 
Mathematics 

ROW 6 

Barbara L. Giles, Seattle 
English 

Nancy E. Gill, AJterdeen 
English 
Nishtha Gill, 

Chandigarh , India 
English 

Ronald E. Gill, Moses Lake 
Political Science 


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College of 
Sciences and Arts 


ROW ^ 

James R. Giovannini, 
Kirkland 
Music 

Stephen C. Goodrich, 
Spokane 

Political Science 
Rohert B. Gordon, Jr. 
Tacoma 

General Mathematics 
Lawrence V. Grant, Sequim 
Political Science 

ROW 2 

Lonny A. Graves, Veradale 
Preinedicine 

Lawrence E. Grayson, Jr., 
Spokane 

General Mathematics 
Keith S. Guenther, Spokane 
Wildlife Biology 
Alice A. Hackmann, Buckley 
Speech 

ROW 3 

Richard T. Haldi, Spokane 
General Mathematics 
Dennis O. Halsey, Anatone 
Political Science 
C.arolee Hanson, Seattle 
Political Science 
Janies A. Harris, ('.a mas 
Bacteriology 

ROW 4 

John F. Harrington, Jr., 
Tacoma 
English 

Judith Harris, Pullman 
Music 

Norman G. Harris, Pullman 
General Social Sciences 
Gerald R. Harter, 

Rochelle , Illinois 
Police Science 

ROW 5 

Barbara J. Hatfield, Yakima 
Bacteriology 
Linda Lee Heady, 

Grays Harbor 
English 

Saundra L. Hefte, Spokane 
Music 

Stephen E. Heppell, Seattle 
Police Science 

ROW 6 

Terry E. Herman, Spttkane 
Psychology 
David J. Hillman, 

Sp<tkane 

General Physical Sciences 
James H. Hinckley, 

Ken newick 
Predentistry 
Gharolotte I. Holttiitu, 

Seattle 

Speech 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW l 

Mary E. Hood, Spokane 
Chemistry 

Nancy Ann Hood, Tacoma 
Foreign Language 
James E. Hooker, 

Springfield , Oregon 
Police Science 

Sally J. Hooper, Walla Walla 
English 

ROW 2 

Rodney E. Hoover, Spokane 
Social Studies 
Mary Hopf, FAlensburg 
Fine Arts 

Janet K. Hopper, Spokane 
Bacteriology 
David Hunt, Jr., Seattle 
General Social Sciences 

ROW 3 

Margaret C. Jacobsen, 

Mt. Vernon 
Sociology 

Marlene L. Jacobson, 
Spokane 

General Mathematics 
Janet L. Jamar, Seattle 
General Biological 
Sciences 

Ned Phillip Jenne, 

Silverdale 

Physical Science 

ROW 4 

Robert T. Jensen, 

Tort Angeles 
Premedicine 
Milton V. Johnson, 

(Aarkston 

Police Science 
Patricia Ann Johnson, 
Spokane 
English 

Ralph E. Jones, Spokane 
Social Studies 

ROW 5 

Sandra Lou Judson, 

Moses Lake 
Bacteriology 

Richard W. Keller, TieUm 
Prelaw 

Eddie G. Kennedy, 

Walla Walla 
Police Science 
Merton L. Kennedy, 

Aberdeen 

History 


ROW 6 

Linda D. Kildahl, Seattle 
English 

Joan M. Killgore, Seattle 
Bacteriology 

Marilyn V. Kimble, Lynden 
Speech 

Lee H. Kloeppel, Tacoma 
Music 


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College of 
Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1 

James D. Knostman, 
Richland 

Preniedicine 

Louise A1. Kodis, Harrington 
Fine Arts 

Rik D. Kuhn, Seattle 
Sociology 
Donald W. Kurth, 

Grand Coulee 

ROW 2 

Christine M. Laib, Dayton 
Foreign Language 
Linda R. LaVigne, Spokane 
Fine Arts 

Carol Ann Lee, Pullman 
General Social Sciences 
Joyce E. Lewis, Bremerton 
Psychology 

ROW 3 

Deanna M. Lindherg, 

Friday Harbor 
History 
Mona Lissa, 

Billings, Montana 
Sociology 
William K. Little, 

Walla Walla 
Police Science 
Carole J. Mace, Arco , Idaho 
Fine Arts 

ROW 4 

Judith Y. Machiguchi, 
Kahului , Maui , Hawaii 
General Biological 
Sciences 

Mary A. Madson, Wenatchee 
Sociology 

Michael J. Mahn, Palouse 
General Mathematics 
Dee M. Manning, Yakima 
English 

ROW 5 

David L. Martin, Quincy 
Prelaw 

Susan K. Martin, 

Livermore , California 
English 

Dorothy E. Mattern, 

Port Orchard 
Music 

Margaret Matthews, 

Spokane 

Sociology 

ROW 6 

Frederick S. Mattson, Kent 
History 

David W. Maughan, 

Pullman 

Physics 

Susan Kay Maughan, 
Bremerton 
Social Studies 
Steven B. McCloud, 
Bremerton 
Speech 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Marjorie McConaughy, 
Tacoma 
Sociology 

James L. McDonald, 

Pullman 

Preniedicine 
Janies R. McDonald, 

Pullman 

General Social Sciences 
Susan E. McDonald, 

Spokane 

Social Studies 

ROW 2 

John D. McFadden, 
Stevenson 
Speech 

Shelby McMitken, 

W alla W alla 

General Social Sciences 
Earle W. McNeil, Pullman 
General Physical Sciences 
Robert McPherson, Palouse 
Political Science 

ROW 3 

William P. Mech, Prosser 
General Mathematics 
Merry M. Meek, Tacoma 
Speech 

Keith L. Metcalf, JSaselle 
Mathematics 
Lawrence E. Millani, 
Olympia 

Mathematics 

ROW 4 

Kurt W. Miller, Spokane 
General Social Sciences 
Ralph E. Miller, Spokane 
Chemistry 
Frances E. Mitchell, 
W / enatchee 
Social Studies 
Sharon Lee Moore, 

Aberdeen 

English 

ROW 5 

David W. Murdach, 
Bremerton 

Police Science 
Meredith Gay Murdock, 
Everett 
English 

Carol May Myers, Sunnyside 
Speech 

Ronald R. Myers, 

W' ashougal 
Chemistry 

ROW 6 

Gregg C. Nelson, Poulsbo 
Political Science 
Trudy Ann Nelson, Yakima 
Fine Arts 

Dale E. Nesbitt, Grandview 
English 

Nancy Stafford Nilsen, 
Bremerton 
Mathematics 


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College of 
Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1 

Belly Ann Nordlund, 
Yakima 

General Soeial Sciences 
Dorothy Ann Olson, 
Klleusburft 

General Social Sciences 
Mary Ida Olson, Yakima 
Pre medicine 

Carole C. Onstot, Anatone 
Psychology 

ROW 2 

Carol E. Parents, Yakima 
Foreign Language 
Carol G. Pearson, Sp<*kane 
Music 

Roberl H. Pearson, 
Marysville 

Political Science 
Diane M. Pedersen, Tacoma 
Sociology 

ROW 3 

Delmar L. Pennington, 
KpIso 
Physics 

Judy Perrine, Bremprton 
English 

Marian Phillips, Spitknne 
Speech Education 
Allen Louis Pitner, 
('larkston 
Physics 


ROW 4 

Lynn C. Pochert, Puyallup 
Police Science 
Gary L. Price, Wenalchpe 
General Social Sciences 
Robert B. Puckett, Renton 
General Social Sciences 
Carol B. Quarles, Spokane 
Speech 

ROW 5 

Nancy A. Ramsey, Pasco 
Sociology 

Michael J. Rash, Tacoma 
English 

Hans M. Rasmussen, Renton 
General Social Sciences 
Deanna H. Rausch, Spokane 
Foreign Language 

ROW 6 

David L. Rawls, Des Mirines 
General Physical Sciences 
Carol A. Ray, Seattle 
General Social Sciences 
Judith M. Reese, Puyallup 
English 

Douglas O. Reisbick, 
Woodland 
History 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

William L. Renn, Pullman 
General Mathematics 
Donna M. Retzel, Spokane 
Fine Arts 

Karla Ann Robbie, 
Bremerton 

General Biological 
Sciences 

Tommy D. Robinson, 
Bellingham 
Speech 

ROW 2 

Brian V. Rockom, Anacortes 
Police Science 
Peter V. Rodionoff, Seattle 
General Social Sciences 
Rollie Ruehlman, Willpinit 
Physical Science 
John R. Sackerman, 

McCall , Idaho 
Chemistry 

ROW 3 

Carole J. Sarcliet, Yakima 
Foreign Language 
Suzanne Kay Savitz, 

Spokane 

General Humanities 
Marilyn R. Schliewe, 

Tacoma 

General Social Sciences 
Susan K. Schnehly, 
Ellensburg 

Social Studies 

ROW 4 

Robert W. Sellers, Camas 
Geology 

Arden S. Setterberg, 
Whitefishj Montana 
Foreign Language 
Cynthia L. Sharp, 

Bremerton 

Sociology 

William J. Shipwith, 
Whittier y Calif (trnia 

ROW 5 

Meredith L. Slusser, Tacoma 
French Education 
Judith H. Smith, 

Sociology 

George C. Smith, Seattle 
Sociology 

Robert K. Smith, Tacoma 
Geology 

ROW 6 

Robert W. Smith, Lyiulen 
Prelaw 

Judith Ann Smoots, Tacoma 
English 

Karen Lou Snook, Spokane 
Social Studies 
Ann E. Sommer, Spokane 
Social Studies 


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College of 
Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1 

Barbara Sommerville, 
Everson 

Psychology 

Robert P. Sonders, Spokane 
Geology 

Phyllis J. Stainpfly, Seattle 
English 

Ronald F. Stanek, Seattle 
General Social Sciences 

ROW 2 

Jane H. Stewart, Spokane 
Speech 

Chris Ann Stine, Connell 
Fine Arts 

Thomas F. Stinson, 
Puyallup 

Political Science 
Mark A. Street, Pullman 
Prelaw 

ROW 3 

Arthur D. Summers, 
Spokane 
Speech 

Sally E. Sundstrom, Seattle 
Sociology 

Linda Anne Suryan, Seattle 
Fine Arts 

Ron C. Sward, Kirkland 
Botany 

ROW 4 

Diane J. Swenson, 
Kenneivick 

General Biological 
Sciences 

Dolores F, Tadlock, 
Sunnyside 
History 

Rodney G. Taylor, Orchards 
General Mathematics 
William W. Taylor, Tacoma 
Anthropology 

ROW 5 

Glen A. Thomas, 

Great Falls, Montana 
History 

Robert K. Thompson, Jr., 
Port Angeles 
Premedicine 

Lloyd Torgerson, Pullman 
Political Science 
Vernon W. Towne, Seattle 
Prelaw 

ROW 6 

Charles W. F. Ulm, 

Pomona, California 
History 

Marianne Y. Uyeda, Seattle 
Chemistry 

David C. VanHoy, Spokane 
General Humanities 
Lars V. Vedviek, Tacoma 
Police Science 



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1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Wesley W. Wagner, Seattle 
Social Studies 
Ellen Jean W'aldo, Spokane 
General Mathematics 
Barbara Lee Wallace, 
Spokane 
English 

Mary H. Walsh, Everett 
General Journalism 

ROW 2 

Judith Ann W'alton, 

College Place 

Foreign Language 
R. Oliver Walter, Colfax 
Political Science 
Dick H. Weber, Moses Lake 
Police Science 
Betty Jane White, Spokane 
English 

ROW 3 

Derek F. White, 

Rassland , B. C. 

Music 

Kathryn L. Whitson, 
Marysville 

General Mathematics 
Fredrica Wiggin, Seattle 
Social Studies 
Colleen Fay Willis, Seattle 
Psychology 

ROW 4 

Sandra L. Wilson, Kelso 
English 

Edward E. Winkle, Spokane 
Radio & Television 
Mary R. Winship, Warden 
Sociology 

Susan E. Wohld, Elk 
Foreign Language 

ROW 5 

Judith B. Yeo, Dallas , Texas 
General Humanities 
Gary E. Yonaka, Bothell 
General Biological 
Sciences 

Jimmy T. Yoshida, 

Portland , Oreg4>n 
Sociology & 

Police Science 
Linda Mae Yoshioka, 

T acoma 

Foreign Language 
ROW 6 

Joseph J. Zaspel, Jr. 

Tacoma 

Speech 

Frederic C. Zerza, Spokane 
General Journalism 
Alfred J. Zindel, Bothell 
General Mathematics 


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College of 
Veterinary 

Medicine 

The College of Veterinary Medicine has as its 
primary objective the education of those who 
wish to enter any of the following fields: public 
health, private practice, teaching, research, fed¬ 
eral and state disease regulatory programs or 
the Veterinary Service or our Armed Forces. 


J. A. Henderson 
Dean 

College of Veterinary Medicine 



J. A. McCurdy 
Chairman 

Department of Anatomy 


Richard L. Ott 
Chairman 

Department of Clinical Medicine & Surgery 


Sam G. Kenzy 
Chairman 

Department of Microbiology 



G. R. Spencer 
Chairman 

Department of Pathology 


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Paul A. Klavano 
Chairman 

Department of Physiology and Pharmacy 






















1964 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Kenneth K. Aailsen, 

Rig Fork* Montana 
Veterinary MeHieine 
Arnold P. Andres, 

I I'oodburn, Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
Robert V. Bradley, 
Springfield , Idaho 
Veterinary Medicine 
Donald L. Brnst, 

Orangeville 

Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 2 

Bernard S. Cannon, 
Henderson , ISevada 
Veterinary Medicine 
Peter Clary, Richland 
Veterinary Medicine 
Vernon E. Coiner, 

May , Idaho 

Veterinary Medicine 
Duke N. Deniick, 

Salmon , Idaho 

Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 3 

Lloyd A. Dillingham, 

Tacoma 

Veterinary Medicine 
Donald N. Dixon, Parkland 
Veterinary Medicine 
Harold O. Enebo, 

Hamilton, Montana 
Veterinary Medicine 
Lloyd Erickson, 

Missoula, Montana 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 4 

Douglas L. Evans, 

Raymond, Alberta , Canada 
Veterinary Medicine 
Robert Giacomazzi, Pullman 
Veterinary Medicine 
Fletcher F. Hahn, Spokane 
Veterinary Medicine 
Michael L. Harms, 

Can by, Oregon 

Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 5 

Edward Harris, Provo, Utah 
Veterinary Medicine 
Donald L. Henricksen, 
Tacoma 

Veterinary Medicine 
Richard D. Hobbs, 

Weston, Idaho 

Veterinary Medicine 
Frank H. Houle, 

Great Falls, Montana 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW' 6 

Calvin S. Humphreys, 

Seattle 

Veterinary Medicine 
Robert F. Hunt, 

Santa Monica, California 
Veterinary Medicine 
Douglas M. Jackson, Prosser 
Veterinary Medicine 














College of 
Veterinary Medicine 


ROW 1 

Joseph J. Ladley, Pullman 
Veterinary Medieine 
Warren McCormick, 
Puyallup 

Veterinary Medicine 
Frank W. Meiwald, 

Havre , Montana 

Veterinary Medicine 
David A. Mitchell, Pullman 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 2 

Robert C. Mowbray, 

Port Angeles 

Veterinary Medicine 
Robert L. Pietila, Kelso 
Veterinary Medicine 
Leo C. Reyes, 

Kellogg , Idaho 

Veterinary Medicine 
Donald Roper, 

Huntington , Utah 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 3 
Robert L. Rost, 

Big Fork , M on tana 
Veterinary Medicine 
Dale J. Schott, 

Stockett , Montana 
Veterinary Medicine 
Leland O. Sheets, 

Benjamin , Utah 

Veterinary Medicine 
Gerald T. Slobojan, 
Pullman 

Veterinary Medicine 
ROW 4 

Sherman J. Smith, 
Bozeman , Montana 
Veterinary Medicine 
Charle H. Strange, Tacoma 
Veterinary Medicine 
Elmer G. Stritzke, 
Roseburg, Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
Janies R. Swayne, 

Oro/ino , Idaho 

Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 5 

Lawrence J. Thompson, 
Tacoma 

Veterinary Medicine 
Bernard Thurlow, Twisp 
Veterinary Medicine 
Steven II. Weishroth, 
Walden , New York 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 6 

Richard J. White, 

Salt Lake City , Utah 
Veterinary Medicine 
Lee F. Williams, Richland 
Veterinary Medicine 
Patrick C. Williams, 
Glendive y Montana 
Veterinary Medicine 



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Army ROTC 



The highly qualified Military Science student at 
WSU has the opportunity for a Regular Army com¬ 
mission upon graduation. Students not accepting a 
Regular commission are commissioned in the US 
Army Reserve. During the first two years of basic 
Army ROTC training, students spend three hours 
per week studying military organization, American 
Military History, weapon systems, geography and 
map reading and unit tactics. The Advanced Course 
is designed to further develop personal qualities 
which will not only make capable Army officers 
but also capable executives and leaders in nearly 
any chosen career field. Instruction and practice is 
designed to emphasize methods of accomplishing 
maximum motivation, to understand the physiologi¬ 
cal and psychological factors that affect human be¬ 
havior and to aid in solving commonplace problems 
of dealing with subordinates through the applica¬ 
tion of sound leadership principles. 



Colonel Howard L. Gornutt, PMS and Cadet Colo- Colonel Rieki Wiggin, Head Sponsor, 

nel Roy J. Busse, Brigade Commander. 



ARMY ROTC CADRE—ROW 1: Miss Rose Hayes, Lt. Col. William 
M. Hoge, Jr., Col. Howard L. Cornutt, Mrs. Betsy Benson. ROW 2: 
Capt. Bobby Robinson, MSGT Winfred Ketner, Capt. Roy Bernd, 
Capt. David Rowlands. ROW 3: SFC William Bassliam, SSgt Paul 
Davis, SFC Fred Epley, SFC Joseph Noel, SSgt Royce Clark. 



BRIGADE STAFF: J. L. Capponi, S-3 & S-4, Roy Busse, Brigade 
Commander, M. E. Howell, Deputy Brigade Commander, J. C. Wo¬ 
mack, S-l & S-2. 



DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STUDENTS—ROW 1: John Moffitt, W. D. McCann, M. E. Howell, D. H. Smith, Dean Kalahar, R. L. Mc- 

W. A. Newman, J. C. Womack, V. D. Schrag. ROW 2: J. L. Capponi, Ginnis, R. G. Guess. 

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MILITARY SCIENCE III CLASS- 
ROW 1: Samuel son, Kelley, Oinori, 
Stewart, Sherman, Bland, Stipe, Ty- 
sor, Denny, Keene, Johnson, Bold- 
man, Allinger, Smith, Maj. Cook. 
ROW 2: Kartman, Menig, Fowler, 
Kenton, Clyde, Hill, Harder, Jack- 
son, Witt, Johnson, Cook, Eastman, 
Kratochvil, Geschke, Mauser. ROW 
3: McBeth, Davis, Bloom, Rollins, 
Erickson, Raymond, Hopkins, Betz, 
Lamp, Wagner, Rung, Jacobson, 
Sheldon, VanDenhurgh, Hansen. 
ROW 4: Currie, Featherstone, Bell, 
Moorehead, Nanto, Flynn, Matthie- 
sen, Hawley, Ostlund, Schei, Neu¬ 
man, Dunham, Killingstad, Neil, 
Olson. 


COMPANY A —FRONT CENTER: 
Smith, Whitney, Garrison. FIRST 
PLATOON — ROW I: Anderson, 
Corderman. ROW 2: Haskins, Boyd, 
Regan, Tweedt, Thomas, Duprie. 
ROW 3: Razwick, Anderson, John¬ 
son. Williamson, Zwolinski. ROW 4: 
Bernath, Harshman, Matson, Delo- 
ny, Liu. ROW 5: Hill, Rodgers, Cor¬ 
liss, Weils, Carlson. SECOND PLA- 
TOON—ROW 1: Hinckley, Towne. 
ROW r 2: Abrams, Cornutt, Hayward, 
Sloan, Nutting, Barrett, Myers, Mc¬ 
Cormick. ROW 3: Bowles, E. 0. 
Wallner, V. J. Wallner, Fanshier, 
Bedhlasio, Warman. ROW 4: Rain- 
holt, Yost, Foster, Moss, Brulotte, 
Koller. ROW 5: Kluge, Schmitten, 
Shute, Ridlington, Runolfson, 
Knowles. 




COMPANY B —FRONT CENTER: 
Zak, Iddings, Newman. FIRST PLA¬ 
TOON—ROW 1: Rasmussen, Wal¬ 
ton. ROW 2: Hunter, Glessner, Nel¬ 
son, Nye, Johnson, Strandherg. 
ROW 3: Mauseth, Pendergrass, Bil- 
lum, Quigley, McLain. ROW 4: 
Smith, Hopp, Anderson, Curtis, 
Fairhart. SECOND PLATOON- 
CENTER: Strom. ROW 1: Newman, 
McKern. ROW 2: Thomas, Moore, 
Carmichael, Milke, Faraone, Lee. 
ROW 3: Honsowetz, Mittelstaedt, 
Taylor, Richardson, Hatfield. ROW 
4: Irving, Kuetner, Frank, Bosman, 
Sand. 


COMPANY C —FRONT CENTER: 
Schrag, Green, Guess, Hammond. 
FIRST PLATOON—ROW 1: Zerza, 
Curtis. ROW 2: Walcott, Bartlett, 
Johnson, Butke, Wheeler, Bock, 
Swain, Coson. ROW 3: Cavanaugh, 
Sieveke, Rosevear, Armstrong, Ray¬ 
mond, Short, Schiller. ROW 4: Ste¬ 
vens, Wallway, Nesbitt, Hicks, Die- 
fendorf, Schultz, Walter. SECOND 
PLATOON —CENTER: Niedermey- 
er. ROW I: Keatley, Barlholet. 
ROW 2: Brownell, McLain, R. D. 
Davis, Egland, Lamb, Saylor, Eck- 
mann, Barrett. ROW 3: Miller, 
Jones, Lambert, Durhack, Bergdahl, 
Pearson, Anglin. ROW 4: Lane, J. 
R. Davis, Peterson, Brown, Onstad, 
Wampler, Briscoe. 




COMPANY D —FRONT CENTER: 
W. D. McCann, March, Kalahar, 
Muri. FIRST PLATOON—ROW 1: 
McGinnis, Neubert. ROW 2: D. A. 
McCann, Knowles, Peters, Mohs, 
Burke, Hogan, Judy, Hively. ROW 
3: Weaver, Jones, Rustan, Eck- 
mann, Kiehl, Simpson. ROW 4: 
Lanfear, Flerchinger, Allen, Han¬ 
sen, Benson, Pangrazi. 





























RIFLE TEAM—ROW 1: B. Kluge, J. Kraus, D. Bosnian, M. Green, B. Saniuelson, 
M. Hogan, W. Foster, M. Armstrong. ROW 2: SFC W. Bassham, S. Regan, A. Hopp, 
D. McLain. W. Lamb. J. Peterson. M. Nesbitt, L. Hicks, Capt. D. Rowlands. 



THAT SURE IS NICE. Champions four years in a row. 



COUGAR RANGERS—FRONT: S. J. Kostora, V. D. Schrag, D. E. 
McMechan. ROW 1: E. S. Erickson, H. N. Nanto, G. B. Maurer, E. J. 
Stephens, W. A. Eastman, S. C. Wattenbarger. ROW 2: D. N. Hop¬ 
kins, J. R. Fowler, L. R. Stanfield, D. E. Havre, L. E. Delo. ROW 3: 


D. P. Clyde, J. E. Lamp, J. A. Williams, C. J. DeBruler, B. A. Sam- 
uetson, W. E. Davis. ROW 4; K. E. Tysor, J. V. Grantham, K. J. 
VanVoorhis, R. G. Logar, S. R. Steiner. ROW 5: L. K. Mellgren. 



DRILL TEAM—FRONT: D. L. Johnson, J. D. Conway. ROW 1: K. 
M. Smith, G. E. Goss, J. R. Hess, C. R. Lundgren, D. D. Granlund. 
ROW 2: J. H. Hovey, R. E. Larson, R. W. Potts, R. E. Corlett, S. H. 


Pierson. ROW 3: R. E. Lampitt, P. D. Johnson, R. W. Hatt, D. E. 
Pease, R. L. Thomsen. ROW 4: J. F. Hubbard, E. G. Simkins, L. K. 
Henry, D. R. Buster, M. C. Cates. 



CADET CORPS BUGLE STAFF—ROW 1: Ricki Wiggin, Sponsor 
Reporter, San Eskenazi, Editor. ROW 2: G. B. Bland, MS III Re¬ 
porter, F. C. Zerza, MS IV Reporter, K. R. Sawyer, MS II Reporter, 
W. M. Davis, MS I Reporter. 



ARMY FLIGHT STUDENTS. During their senior year these ROTC 
students applied for free flight instruction qualifying them for a 
private pilot license. ROW 1: R. L. McGinnis, J. L. Capponi, Roy J. 
Busse, D. T. McKern. ROW 2: William B. Walton, J. I. Whitney, 
J. D. McFadden. 











SCABBARD & BLADE—ROW 1: 
Thomas A. Cook, Charles Feather- 
stone, Charles F. Jackson, Michael 
Howell, John Moffit, Gary P. An¬ 
derson, Vernon Towne, Janies 
Kraus. ROW 2: Capt. Roy Bernd, 
Harold Undeberg, Flwin Keatley, 
Wayne McCann, Dean Kalahar, 
Jerry Cordernian, Bruce Freeburn, 
Ivan Whitney, Vernon Sclirag, Jim 
Capponi. ROW 3: Chet Hansen, 
Richard Erickson, John Womack, 
Ken Hooper, Ed Smith, David Jef¬ 
frey, H. N. Nanto, B. A. Samuel- 
son, R. G. Guess. 


SPONSORS —ROW 1: Carol 
Marsh, Sandy O’Neill, Ricki Wig- 
gin, Barbara Giles. ROW 2: Mi¬ 
chele Green, Shirley Kostora, Bet¬ 
sy Hill, Susan Iddings, Sharon 
Nicholas. 




SAME—ROW I: R. R. Rodgers, 
F. A. Milke, R. A. Thiel, P. A. 
Kelley, R. K. McMillan, P. J. Bar- 
to, J. W. Delony. ROW 2: J. C. 
Womack, E. L. Smith, L. M. Olson, 
V. G. Patterson, W. L. Marcus, W. 
H. Schutz, G. W. Geschke, J. L. 
Capponi, R. L. Pare, J. Peterson, 
C. R. Brockway, W. M. Espy, R. B. 
Bernd. 


AUSA—ROW 1: Maj. Cook, Cap 
poni, Jeffrey, Brockway, Free 
burn, Nakayama, Thiel. ROW 2 
Zak, Geschke, Schei, Menig 
Bland, Sherman, Johnson, D. 
Hansen, Bell. ROW 3: Killingstad 
Olson, Eskenazi, Keatley, Smith 
Ed., Kenton, VanDenburgh 
Schrag, Fowler, Tysor, Omori 
Samuelson. ROW 4: Keene, Shel 
don, Kelley, Cook Clifford, Cur 
tis, Pochert, Rollins, Harder 
Clyde, Eastman, Witt. 



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Army 







The first Joint Military Review had sunny weather on May 15. 



Commander of Troops, Roy Busse, and staff. 



Roy Busse was awarded Outstanding Senior. 



Col. Cornutt awards Roger Lanipitt the Outstanding Sophomore 
award. 



“Eyes right.” 



Bruce Samuelson was awarded Outstanding Junior. 



President French awards Dale McLain the Outstanding Freshman 
award. 














Air Force 




Colors precede tlie initial Air Force unit as they “pass in review. 1 ’ 



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Jill*4 | 
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Squadrons on line prepare themselves for the command post signi¬ 
fying the beginning of the Review. 




“Eyes Right 11 is given as Squadron Five honors the Reviewing party 
and other dignitaries. 


As President French and Air Force General Goldsworthy accept the 
salute, Angel Flight Commander Sherri Tidrick leads her unit past 
the reviewing stand. 



Cadet Steven Wold, designated the outstanding freshman Cadet in 
the Wing, received the President’s Trophy from President French 
during the review. 


The Loyal Legion Award for excellence in academic achievement and 
superior qualities of leadership went to the Wing Commander Cadet 
Gary Zeigler shown here being congratulated by Dean Stephenson. 



Outstanding among all Flight Commanders was Cadet Mel Turner 
who received the Military Order of World Wars Medal from Robert 
Goldsworthy, Washington State Senator, B/General USAFRes. 



Cadet Roger Buckman was the recipient of the Royal D. Sloan award 
given annually to the outstanding engineering student enrolled in 
Air Science. Here Dean Sloan makes the presentation. 





















Cadet Roger Buckman and Colonel Bryson R. Bailey, Professor of Air Science, discuss 
engineering features of the Boeing 727. Buckman was recognized as one of the two out¬ 
standing graduating engineering students in the department. 


Air Force 
ROTC 

The Air Force ROTC Air Science Cur¬ 
riculum consists of courses designed to 
develop better citizens and to produce 
officers for the US Air Force. Follow¬ 
ing completion of four years of aero¬ 
space study, a cadet is commissioned 
and enters the Air Force possessing ex¬ 
ceptional abilities in leadership, ad¬ 
ministration, planning and problem 
solving. 




Major William G. Retallack, Air Science 4 Instructor, and senior cadets Gary Pence, Steve 
Heppell, and Bruce Liebman. 


Sergeant Rod Kleisler, training Non-commis¬ 
sioned officer for Detachment 905, Air Force 
ROTC. 









Capatin Ray E. L. Roestel, Air Science 3 instructor, with Junior cadets Doug Gallagher and Stan Swenson. 



Captain D. L. Curry, Air Science 1 and 2 instructor, reviews with 
Cadets Harvey Wier and Wayne Sclmtz, the role of the Air Force as 
determined by National Policy. 



Staff members assigned to administer cadet records are Sergeant 
Archie Catron, Kathy Gardner, Sergeant Bob Ballering and Sergeant 
Chris Ynigues. 



Silver Wings Anniversary—Members of the Arnold Guards Drill Team simulate a set of 
USAF pilot wings and the letter AF to commemorate 60 years of flying by the Air Force. 


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FALL WING STAFF: Stephan Carter, Gary Sakuma, Mike Lucas, Robert Pearson, Gerald Bishop, Gary Zeigler, Clay Conrath, Stephen Heppell, 
Joe H. Matthews, Lynn Bodine, Michael Goodrich. 



FALL GROUP I STAFF: Vern Patterson, Roger Buckman, Dennis Ah Mau, Lars Vedvick, MacDonald Rogers, Steve Goodrich, William Nicholson, 
Richard Stevens. 



FALL GROUP II STAFF: Bruce Liebman, Don Schreiber, Michael Browning, Terrance Dobson, Gerald Buettner, Dennis Jones, Jay Leonard. 




JUNIOR WING STAFF. During 
the spring semester. Junior offi¬ 
cers were given responsibility for 
the training and operation of the 
entire wing. ROW 1: Buck Adams, 
Wendell Wardell, Brem Morrison, 
Bill Dick, Doug Gallagher. ROW 
2: Larry Bickelhaupt, Paul Peters- 
dorf. Dale Knuth, Jim Clevenger. 








RED TAG STAFF. Sophomore Ca 
dets who plan to enroll in ad 
vanced AFROTC participate in 
special leadership training prc 
gram. ROW 1: Buck Adams, Wen 
dell Wardell, Phil Brown, Larr 
Cadle, Howard Hartman, Dal 
Knuth, Brem Morrison. ROW 2 
Jim Furlong, William Nieholsor 
Ray Turner, Jim Clevenger. 































SPRING WING STAFF: William Nicholson, Felix Moran, Roger Buckman, David Shaffer, Stephan Carter, Robert Pearson, Terry Dobson, 
Stephan Heppell, Burce Liebnian, Gerald Buettner, Steve Goodrich. 



SPRING GROUP I STAFF: Dennis Lucas, Michael Goodrich, Don Schreiber, Dennis Jones, Joe Matthews, Lynn Bodine, Richard Stevens. 



SPRING GROUP II STAFF: Clay Conrath, Dennis Ah Nau, MacDonald Rogers, Lars Vedvick, Oroville Varner, Douglas Gallagher, Jay Leonard. 




Felix Moran, Phil Barto, Bob Lee, Bruce Liebman, Clay Conrath, 
Steve Heppell. ROW 4: Dave Shaffer, Bob Pearson, Ray Turner, 
Brant Roller, Terry Dobson, Wendell Wardell, Joe Matthews, Buck 
Adams, Chuck York. 


Rosellini, Glory Frodesen, Judy Allsip. ROW 3: Bonnie Bateman, 
Nancy Wade, Sliaryl Burgeson, Bonnie Bailey, Joan Hansen, Margie 
Matthews, Linnea Bartelheimer, Gretchen Hawley. 

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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY—ROW 1: Dave Williams, Larry Bickel- 
haupt, Larry Cadle, Gerry Bishop, Phil Brown, Don Schreiber, Lars 
Vedvick, Doug Gallager, Bill Dick. ROW 2: Jim Clevenger, Mac¬ 
Donald Rogers, Steve Carter, Rich Stevens, Dale Knuth, Mike Gay, 
Gerry Buettner, Jay Leonard. ROW 3: Gary Sakuma, Russ Wright, 


FLIGHT—ROW 1: Sherri Tidrick, Marian Harrison, Janie 
Sheila Bayley, Patti Highsmith, Cheryl Janecky, Betty Jo 
, Sue Bowman, Sarah Eldridge. ROW 2: Janie Hanlon, 
Diehl, Susie Wadell, Jeaneane Whitaker, Cora Knopf, Sue 





























JOINT AIR FORCE CADET-ANGEL FLIGHT RIFLE TEAM—ROW 
1: Lynn Bodine, Marian Harrison, Robert Cook, Bonnie Bateman, 
Roger Buckmun, Cheryl Janeeky, Brad Johnson. ROW 2: Sarah 


Eldridge, Ray Vinnp, David Lester, Lawrence Frice, Michael Mc- 
Gaugliy, Jeaneane Whitaker, Paul Petersdorf, Ben Zlateff, Waldemar 
Ercums, Judy Allsip. 



Flight Instruction Program—15 Senior cadets re¬ 
ceived contract flying sponsored by AFROTC dur¬ 
ing the year. Outstanding among these future 
USAF pilots was Robert Pearson who received the 
Pullman-Moscow Flying Service Award. He and his 
fellow graduates will undergo flying training fol¬ 
lowing commissioning. 



Air Force Cadets from WSU gained the three top places in the Annual WSU-University of 
Idaho Aerospace Speech Contest. Shown are Lt. Col. Del Rowland, Cadet Bill Dick, Cadet 
Wendell Wardell, and professor of electrical engineering Lt. Col. Richard F. Knox. 




During the Annual Mothers’ Day Program, mothers of WSU students attended a formal Flag Retreat ceremony conducted by the Cadet Wing. Cadet 
Officer of the Day, Richard Stevens, escorted by Cadets Mike Gay and Ray Hudkins presents the flag to Wing Commander Terry Dobson. 






















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Government 





























Sharon Moore 
ASWSU SECRETARY 


Board of Control 


BOC is the executive-legislative body of the 
Associated Students of WSU. The four execu¬ 
tive members and 12 representatives weigh, 
debate and decide upon student issues. These 
include every area of student life from parking 
fines, mascots and slippery sidewalks, to stu¬ 



dent evaluation of instruction and increased 
library facilities to Civil Rights and the abol¬ 
ishment of income tax for college students. 
As students with ideas and criticisms, it is 
your duty to direct the activity of your student 
government. 



Sharon Claus 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 


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John W. Fuller 

GRADUATE REPRESENTATIVE 































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Dick Churchill 

SENIOR INDEPENDENT MAN 


Darryl Isotalo 

JUNIOR INDEPENDENT MAN 


Brenf Warwick 

SOPHOMORE INDEPENDENT MAN 





Merry Meek 

SENIOR INDEPENDENT WOMAN 



Ann Kleiva 

JUNIOR INDEPENDENT WOMAN 



Pat Remiss 

SOPHOMORE INDEPENDENT WOMAN 




George Bettas 
SENIOR GREEK MAN 


Dave McGoldrick 
JUNIOR GREEK MAN 


John Barney 

SOPHOMORE GREEK MAN 





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ASWSU Committees 


ELECTION BOARD—ROW 1: Betse 
Burton, Rich Perteet, Sandy Erceg. 
ROW 2: Warren Anderson, Sandra 
Mac-Lean, Bob Hartford, David Syre, 
Jim McDonnell, Hugh Kaiser, Vicki 
Jacobson, Chris Ranta. 




PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: Sally 
Grant, Pris Pedersen, Carol Brubaker, 
Tom Reid, Gerald Perryman, Sid Pier¬ 
son, Sara Brierley, Deanie Wendt, 
Judy Johnson. 


PROGRAM EVALUATION COMMIT¬ 
TEE—ROW I: Kathy Black, Donna 
Howard, Dee Campbell, Nancy Vlaho- 
vich. ROW 2: Larry Olson, Victor 
Swan, Ray Maxson, Tom Newman, 
Garith Krause. 




HOSTEL COMMITTEE: Cherie Cub- 
bage, Linda Fraser, Nancy Peacher, 
Dick Bline, Kathy Weston, Bill Nowak. 


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ASWSU Committees 



CUB ARTS: Kristen Katterle, Jerry 
Garner, Jade Bradbury, Sheila Hol¬ 
land, Dick Badham, Nancy Kegel, 
Jeanie Marks, Nislitha Gill, Vicki 
Reilly. 


CUB CRAFTS: Virginia-Lee Smith, 
Linda Barmuta, Ed Smith, Ken Alex¬ 
ander, Kyran Krank, Tom Wright, 
Vicky Hardtke, Judy Reese, Judy Rode- 
kuhr. 




CUB GAMES—ROW 1: Eileen Faught, 
Nancy Camp, Rosemary Hood, Ellyn 
Rittenhouse, Susan McPhee, Susan 
Martin. ROW 2: Joel Chaikind, Brian 
Reagan, Ken Strausz, Gunter Konig, 
Berl Colley. 


CUB MUSIC—ROW 1: Jim Crow, Mel 
Hansen, Lee Stark. ROW 2: Linda 
Kremer, Chris Hardinger, Janet Fra¬ 
ley, Dick Knight, Jenifer West, Sharon 
Donahue, Jeannine Rogel. ROW 3: 
Nancy Telford, Rick Reeves, Joe Bar- 
rigas, Norman Smith, John Pearsall, 
Susan Stevens. 



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ASWSU Committees 


ACTIVITIES BOARD: Sue Carkowski, 
Sara Guy, Jim Crow, Marie Brackett, 
Lois Wicklund, A1 Goldade, Albert D. 
Waterman, App Legg, Matthew Carey, 
Sue Erickson, Dave Denny, Tom Mich¬ 
aels. 




STUDENT-COMMUNITY RELATIONS 
—ROW 1: Sue Kienitz, Joan Starkey, 
Mrs. Claude Simpson, Charlotte Lind- 
strom, Marcia MacQuarrie. ROW 2: 
Claude Simpson, Dave Moore, Jerry 
Fogarty, Doug Willcox, Janies Mitch¬ 
ell, Warren Starr, Donald Riedel, Don 
McArthur. 


NEW STUDENT WEEK: Alanna 
Cleary, Tom Stine, Peter John Rempel, 
Michael Morrow, Sam Hunt, Chick 
Sandifer, Judy Jensen. 




CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT—ROW 1: 
Hobert Breigh, Margaret Eastlick, Rob¬ 
ert Luedeking. ROW 2: John Nagle, 
Sherman Markley, Dennis Raffelson, 
Elwood Kalin, Alfred Halvorson, Elvin 
Ericson, H. S. Telford. 


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ASWSU Committees 



DADS’ DAY—ROW Is Karen Jensen, 
Ann Goldsworthy, Liz Ahnquist, Patsy 
Ryan, Shirley Sortor, Carol Frodesen. 
ROW 2: Darell Whitehead, Jim Morri¬ 
son, Chuck Doland, Jeff Nemitz, Earle 
Smith, Ed Haskell, Mike Shouse, Bob 
Redding, Eugene Sakai. 


ASWSU CARNIVAL: Rick Allen, Beth 
Kirkwood, Jerry Williams, Jean Kunzl, 
Mike Daly, Beth Freckleton, Carolyn 
Schlien. 





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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS — 
ROW 1: Francie Mitchell, Jeanne 
Buchanan, Sherry Logue, Barbara 
Wade, Kathy Dehner, Nancy Nogle, 
Janet Anderson, Valerie Uhn, Diane 
Johnson, Barbara Summerville. ROW 
2: Herbert Levinsky, Don Eisenbarth, 
Chuck Lambson, Mrs. Laura Lou Buch¬ 
anan, Barbara Cook, Robin Carey, 
Beryl Roberts, Tim Bradbury, Chet 
Pedersen, Torn Graham. 


MODEL UNITED NATIONS—ROW 1: 
l^orie Garrett, Larry Schwerin, Linda 
Lower. ROW 2: Marilyn Barnhart, Jill 
Downing, Gary Worthington, Boh 
Tommervik, Jill Reese. 



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ASWSU Committees 


RALLY SQUAD—ROW 1: Rae Mahn- 
key, Lois Pedersen, Kay Myers. ROW 
2: Rich Zier, Joni Bradford, Tom 
Roskowick, Eric Erickson, Gordon 
Douglass, Diane Giaudrone, Glory 
Frodesen. 




CRIMSON BLOCK—ROW 1: Kendra 
Diehl, Carmen Chouinard, Doug Cook, 
Mary Sullivan, Sandy Guffey. ROW 2: 
Davida Weide, Tom McPhee, Barry 
Eherhardt, Chris Drinkard, Kitty 
Medin. 


INTRAMURALS COMMISSION: Bob 
Wheaton, Bob Thompson, Roger 
James, Fred Appel. 




FROSH-FACULTY WEEKEND—ROW 
1: Larry House, Dick Bline, Peter J. 
Renipel, Grace Sweatt, Joyce Reichl. 
ROW 2: Sybil Arges, Jim McDonnell, 
Steve Milam, Chuck Aanenson, Sharon 
Holmes, Judy Cameron, Jeannie Taber. 
























ASWSU Committees 



UNION BOARD: Anne Schuster, Wil¬ 
liam L. Poindexter, Grace E. Sweat!, 
Joseph T. Bradley, Matthew G. Carey, 
Marvin Swenson, Sheila Cassel, C. L. 
Hix, Wilmer Baer, Ed Goldsworthy, 
Dean J. C. Clevenger, Linda Barmuta. 


CUB PROGRAM COUNCIL: Meredith 
Slusser, Linda Barmuta, Trudy Nelson, 
Ray Denny, Mel Hansen, Dave Denny, 
Dennis Hall, Sue Martin. 




CUB SPECIAL EVENTS: Dennis Hall, 
Cathy Babcoek, Sandy Berglund, John 
Harrington, Linda Swanson, Julie Stor- 
wick, Sally Creasman, Sue Nicholson, 
Darrell Corbin. 


CUB DANCE—ROW Is Barbara Lof, 
Meech Neill, Bette Shannon, Brooke 
Colwell. ROW 2: James C. Anderson, 
Karl L. Kipping, John Coulthard, Dave 
Denny, Michael Vance, Leola Russ. 



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ASWSU Committees 


MOCK POLITICAL CONVENTION — 
ROW 1: Dr. Mitchell, Gary Sayles, 
Steve Goodrich, Bob Johnson, Majella 
Pepin, Dave VanHoy, Harlan Ferry, 
Richard Seitz, Jon Sivertsen. ROW 7 2: 
Dean Johnson, Betse Burton, Bonnie 
Bailey, Baiba Kundzins, Joan Hansen, 
Carol Busch, Ed Goldsworthy, Vernon 
Towne. 




HOMECOMING: Sandy Lord, Donna 
Retzel, Larry Brackett, Georgina Camp, 
Sharon Henderson, Gayle LaVigne, 
Jerry Harms, Garth Johnson, Marian 
Svinth, Bobbie Graep, Jan Moodie. 


LECTURE ARTIST SERIES: Elaine 
Liu, Jim Crow, Albert A. Montgomery, 
Dean Vanderwall, Edward M. Bennett, 
Barry Boyer, Tom Graham. 



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FOREIGN FILMS: Jean Henry, Ray 
Maxson, James Crow, Mary Gallwcy, 
Angelo Cantera, Joseph Grantham, 
Luther F. Chew. 





































ASWSU Committees 



NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIA¬ 
TION: Andrea Foote, Chris Robinson, 
Marti Mueller, Julie Tvvohy, Ron Erick- 
son. 


BOOKSTORE BOARD: April Squier, 
Shannon Kollineyer, Carl Pettibone, 
Mike Pracna, John Thoren, Phil Rude. 




COMMENCEMENT COMMITTEE: Al¬ 
len Miller, Randall Spicer, Bob Mott, 
Jack Hoover, Marv Swensen. 


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EXPANDED EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—ROW 1: Carol Lee, Joanna 
Goodner, Karen Snook, Mary Ann Metzger, Janet Long, Jean Schaef¬ 
er, Alice Hackniann, Barbara Elsbury, Evelyn Jager, Betty Nordlund. 
ROW 2: Bob Redding, Sharon O’Kelly, Tom Robinson, Gwen Lan- 
geloli, Gayle Larson, Sharon Goldring, Karen Martinson, Gary 


Price, Chet Pedersen, Andree Hofmeister, Ruth Landstrom. ROW 3: 
Jim Morrison, Donn Ennis, Robert Keene, Gary Gibson, Maury 
Hedlund, Carol Steinke, Marilyn Schliewe, Robert A. Fuller, Earle 
Smith, Ron Gill, Jim Caldwell, Dick Pierson. 


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Penny Busche 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Mike Goodrich 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Ruth Landstrom 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 




Mary Ann Metzger 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


To begin the year a questionnaire was 
sent to all seniors, an open Senior Forum 
was held and letters were sent to other 
universities to gather ideas and opinions 
on class government. We used this in 
our evaluation of class government. A 
swinging hootenany started off a most 
successful semester. This included the 
Senior - Faculty Retreat, Junior - Senior 
Dance with the famous Billy May, a 
Senior Party and a loan fund. 



Sharon O’Kelly 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


Carol Lee 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


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Kathy Weston 

SECRETARY 



EXPANDED EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—ROW 1: Judy Fitzgerald, 
Barb Heppenstall, Ilene Grant, Sharon Justice, Rauny Berg, Marietta 
Rowe, Elaine Twite, Judi Alvord, Sharel Murphy. ROW 2: Jim 
White, Jim Flynn, Geri Jandl, Sharon Cox, Nancy Gildenhaus, Eileen 
Fauglit, Robin MacDonald, Claudia Ramsey, Kathy Uddenberg, Mar¬ 
ilyn Mayo, Jan Moodie, Micki McMonogle, Bob Kannberg. ROW 3: 
Ron Hannuin, Sam Bauman, Steve Morical, Judy Bergren, Violet 


Schrock, Bobbie Graep, Carolyn Lewis, Helen Westlin, Terri Godwin 
Earl Bloom, Jim Holt, Denny Johnson, Thorn Wagner, Ralph Bald, 
win, Bill Dick. ROW 4: Bill Streeter, Don Arndt, Larry A. Shaw 
Mike Brown, John Oestreich. Jon Krause, Jim Taylor, Steve Drum 
niond, Don MacDowell, Mike Davidson, Bob McBetli, Bill Janes 
Larry Gregory, Paul Olson. Chuck Doland. 















Marilyn Mayo 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Bob Mc-Beth 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Mieke McMonagle 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Jan Moodie 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


Under the leadership of Dave Warren, 
Tom Reid and Kathy Weston, the Junior 
Class has made an effort to involve class 
government in worthwhile, constructive 
programs. Included were such projects 
as a Quarter System Review, Political 
Speakers’ Forum, Cougar Campus Chest, 
Hootenany, Jr.-Sr. Prom, Class Govern¬ 
ment Evaluation, Departmental Speakers’ 
Presentations and the Junior Class Blood 
Drive. 



John Oestreich 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


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Sandy Schwartz 
SECRETARY 



EXPANDED EXECUTIVE COUNCIL — ROW 1: Barbara Rowe, 
Penny Payne, Janet Lowell, JoAnne Stebiaj, Sydne Rohrer, Lyn 
Kraatz, Linda Stafford, Judy Max, Pam Maben, Carolyn Abendrotb, 
Barbara McFarlane, Wendy Whitehall, Karen Ingebrigtson, Majella 
Pepin, Minnie Soriano. ROW 2: Barbara Fulton, Alanna Cleary, 
Joyce Herbel, Gail Pintler, Randy Flowers, Dick Suryan, Jim Anshutz, 


Mike Murray, Jerry Harms, Tom Martin, Marshall Brammer, Karei 
Karcb, Linda Becker, Jeanie Thomas. ROW 3: Warren Anderson 
Gary Worthington, Bob Hartford, John Wheeler, Gary Euscber 
Brian Reagan, Bob Belknap, Dan Godfrey, Gary Severson, Owci 
Gaskell, Jim Bennett, John Miller, Gary Signs, Jerry Ostby, Briio 
Brownell. 

























Judy Allen 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Sue Anderson 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Tim Bradbury 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 




Nancy Picatti 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


Sophomore Class projects and activities 
included a joint WSU-UI Border Stomp, 
the proceeds going to Pullman’s Memor¬ 
ial Hospital; the purchase of a new score- 
board for Roger’s Field; a Sophomore 
Leadership Conference was held for 
freshmen with outstanding leadership 
potential, and a dance was sponsored in 
April which featured music by the Wail- 
ers and the crowning of a Sophomore 
King. 



JoAnne Spencer 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


Ron Erickson 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


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Dave Tbummel 
PRESIDENT 


Class of 1967 



Dave Savage 
VICE PRESIDENT 



Shelby Carpenter 
SECRETARY 



EXPANDED EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—ROW 1: Howard Neill, Bob 
Luby, Wally McGuire, Eric Phillips, Chuck Hutchens, Fred Olin, Bob 
Bushey, Tom Steele, Jim Curtis, Bob Tuch, Jack Connell, Lee Pen¬ 
dergrass, Sigurd Sorensen. ROW 2: Sandy Saffell, Pam Austin, 
Betty Weber, Dick Shreves, Bill Resler, Cassie Worman, Carla Chris¬ 
tiansen, Rick Myers, Wyanne Bunyan, Elizabeth Stromherger, Gary 


Jurgensen, Mary Ann Kuhns, Diane Stanton, Kathy Hanowell, Mor- 
rine Carlson, Dave Shefner, George A. Condon. ROW 3: Vikki Veium, 
Kim Hildebrand, Pam Rio, Claudia Fields, Don Magnuson, Judy 
Walsh, Bill Kring, Stephanie Maas, Cherry Leonard, Sandy Wright, 
Sandra Martin, Mary Raichle, Ursula Riccius, Nancy Bennett. 


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Dave Backman 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 





Larry Wogman 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


Freshman Class government has been 
working this year for active participation 
among all its members. Various projects 
include the annual freshman dance, 
“Flunkie’s Frolic,” support of a needy 
family and the sponsoring of D. B. 
Hardeman from Washington, D. C., who 
spoke on “Can Congress Cope with the 
Problems of the ’60s?” In addition, due 
to the class’ efforts next fall the proposal 
of a freshman representative on BOC 
will be on the ballot. 



Sheila Zangar 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


Marlene Wiekstrom 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


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AWS is the representative voice of all 
undergraduate women students at WSU. 
The president of each women’s living 
group is a member of House of Repre¬ 
sentatives and Senate consists of elected 
class senators and the executive officers. 
The House and Senate promote self- 
government among the women students, 
coordinate organizational activities, 
strive to develop leadership and encour¬ 
age a successful balance of scholastic, 
social and cultural pursuits among the 
women students. AWS cooperates with 
the administration in establishing and 
enforcing women’s policies. It annually 
sponsors special campus events as Wom¬ 
en’s Day and Mothers’ Weekend. 


Phyllis Bordwell 
PRESIDENT 

Associated Women Students 




Karen Winch 

1ST VICE PRESIDENT 


Barb Engelhardt 
2ND VICE PRESIDENT 



Judy B. Johnson 
SECRETARY 



Julie Twohy 
TREASURER 



















Catherine Northrup, Sue Ormiston, Julie Twohy, Nancy Spangen- 
herg, Dee Manning, Margaret Love, Phyllis Bordwell, Sue Carkoski. 


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SENATORS—ROW Is Nancy Rooks, Judy Johnson, Jean Morgan, 
Kitty Medin, Fontelle McCabe, Marcia Lentz, Karen Winch. ROW 2: 


JOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—ROW 1: Joan Suenaga, Francie 
tfitehell, Jean Morrison, Carol Nelson, Mary Walsh, Suzanne Savitz, 
Cathy Bruce, Terry Whiting, Barbie Giles, Mona Lissa. ROW 2: 
Caren Winch, Judy Johnson, Nancy Greenway, Carol Busch, Margy 
Lash, Lois Wicklund, Tanimie Sweeney, Judy Walton, Mary May¬ 


nard, Joanne Bingham, Sharon McCoy. ROW 3: JoAnn Thompson, 
Marlene Jacobson, Lynne Bray, Karen Martinson, Carolee Hamson, 
Susan Wohld, Nancy Ramsey, Joanne Brown, Janice Haines, Joan 
Crandall, Sandra Wilson, Jan McKenna. 


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AWS Committees 



WOMEN’S DAY—ROW 1 : Karen Holtberg, Sue Anderson, Linda 
Bradway, Patty Ryan, Naney Sato. ROW 2: Doris Barbre, Penny 
Payne, Chris Drinkard, Penne Hegre, Mary Jo Hansen, Susi 
Blackaller, Judy Max, Toni Ann Ursie, Cherry Leonard, Anne 
Moody. 



SPECIAL EVENTS: Helen Robb, Becky Wilkie, llene Grant. 



MOTHERS’ WEEKEND—ROW 1: Barbara Asaph, Sally Ment- 
zeni, Nancy Cook, Joyce Aconib. ROW' 2: Cora Moseley, Jan is 
Schultz, Sandy Wright, Janet Feider, Liz Ahnquist, Jeannie Davis, 
Nancy Wade, Polly Schedler. 



COLLEGE DAY —ROW 1: Vicki Gabbard, Marlys Dalbotten, 
Cheryl Love, Judy Stoker, Anne Tinsley, Janis Walker. ROW 2: 
Dianne Carter, Barbara Barlow, Karen W'ilke, Nancy Gill, Karen 
Bradford, Patti Neihart, Pain Maben, Cathy Andres, Kathy Graves. 



CO-ED EXTRA: Carole Fallstrom, Vicki Howard, Kathy Sperry, 
Punkey Jean Heaberlin. 


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FROSH CON & BOOKLET: Barbara Steenbergen, Janet Hyde, 
Linda Rose, Dolores Maxwell, Sandra W'ilson, Joanne Swanson, 
Penny Payne, Virginia-Lee Smith, Susan Jane Martin. 
















































tOW 1: Sue Walker, Pat Royal, Karen Jensen, Mary Ann Owens, 
Lilly Medin, Betty Jo Chandler, Barbara Lof, Carol Marsh, Jeri 
’aimer, Kathy Flynn, Marsha Janies, Terri Shannon, Ruth Hamry, 
'athey Sheehan. ROW 2: Sue Carkoski, Gary Poole, Lyndal Ken¬ 
edy, Anita Boyd, Jarlee Hokanson, Sally Jo McKinnon, Pat Maslac, 


Janey Piper, Lyn Kraatz, Pat Ritland, Wendy Lea Grimes, Betty 
White, Bud Dumas, Michael Morrow. ROW 3: Bruce Nurse, Dave 
Helsby, Steve Koran, Dave Pollart, Boh Thatcher, Tim Douglas, Jim 
Braden, Brian McMahon, Donald Dunsmore, Steve Corvi, Steve 
Morical, Ray Vinup, Dick Bline, Jim Waddle. 


Social 


Coordinating 

Council 



Tim Douglas 
PRESIDENT 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—ROW 1: Steve Corvi, Tim Douglas, Lyndal 
Kennedy. ROW 2: Michael Morrow, Kitty Medin, Bruce Nurse, Sue 
Carkoski. 


Social Coordinating Council is comprised of the social 
chairmen of all living groups. The goal of the council is 
the promotion of a better social program and higher social 
standards among living groups. Two workshops for new 
social chairmen and New Student Week exchanges are two 
important projects of the council. 


















Dave Curtis 
PRESIDENT 


IBR 

Independent Board of Representatives is com¬ 
posed of the residence hall presidents and rep¬ 
resentatives from each hall. IBR is the central 
voice and government of WSU’s residence 
hall system. Belonging to the National and 
Intermountain Associations of College and 
University Residence Halls gives IBR a chance 
to exchange ideas and programs with other 
residence hall systems on a national and re¬ 
gional basis. IBR sponsors the fire insurance 
for the residence halls, honor banquet, presi¬ 
dents’ workship, Independent Handbook and 
the Independent Queen Contest. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Carl Robart, treasurer; Dave 
Curtis, president; Judith Walser, vice president; Janet 
White, secretary. 



INDEPENDENT QUEEN CONTEST COMMITTEE: 
Judy Stoker, Diane Austinson, Judith Walser, Jerry 
Wernz. 



HONORS BANQUET COMMITTEE: Janet White, 
Carl Robart, Ted Benzel. Dick Chess. 



HANDBOOK COMMITTEE: Michele Briece, Karen 
Kunz, Leanne Lukens, Janet White. 


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ROW 1: Micliele Briece, Jan Geiger, Joan Rushfeldt, Carolyn 
Kirsclier, Margy Eash, Gary Bland, Diane Austinson, Sharon McCoy, 
Doris Tobey, Joene Harrin, Janet White. ROW 2: Karen Lewis, 
Janice Haines, Nancy Ramsey, Sharon Cox, Jerry Carlson, Keith Met¬ 


calf, Lois Wicklund, Joan Crandall, Anne Schuster, Sandy Schwartz, 
Mike Dwyer. ROW 3: Jim McDonnell, Jim Cozza, Tim Douglas, Bill 
Blanton, Dave Curtis, Mike Hansen, Ted L. Benzel, Mike Williams, 
Judy Walser, San Hunt, Chuck Aanenson. 





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IPAC—ROW 1: Bee Evans, Jeanne Ashley, Vicki Campbell, Nancy 
Todd, Joan Woodward, Doris Tobey, Lucille Moehring, Josene Jens- 


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void. ROW 2: Steve Drilling, Mike Gies, Jim McDonnell, Ann 
Coombs, Sue Cody, Marjorie Riley, Kim Herman, Robert Williamson. 

















Susan Kelley 
PRESIDENT 


Senior 

Panhellenic 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Dorothy Olson, Carol Quarles, Catherine 
Northrup, Sue Carkoski, Susan Kelley, Linda Tessman, Jean Henry.; 
Jeri Smith. 


Panhellenic Council is the unifying body for the fourteer 
national sororities on the WSU campus. The Council i? 
composed of the president and one delegate from eacl 
sorority. Fall and mid-year rush, Spring Workshop anc 
awarding two scholarships were the sponsored activities' 



ROW 1: Sherrie Masto, Mona Lissa, Terry Whiting, Berbie Giles, Lord, Carri Sande, Susi Blackaller, Joni Bradford, Carolee Hanson. 

Julie Anderson, Carol Busch, Mary Walsh, Mary Maynard, Suzanne Joanne Brown, Barbara Wallace, Jan McKenna, Pam Rogers, Jan 

Savitz, Leslie Oakes, Kathy Bruce, Francie Mitchell. ROW 2: Sandy ^ Moodie, Tammie Sweeney, Jacki Aainot. 




























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ROW 1: Ann Bratrud, Cathy Woodburne, Candy Beatty, Susie Nuss- 
baum, Georgene Harber, Nancee Clodius, Chris Drinkard, Cris Smith, 
Pam Taylor, Cindy Hupe, Linda Bradway, Kathy I mm el. ROW 2: 


Kathy McFarlane, Nancy Miller, Merrely Miller, Karen Wilke, Jean 
Kennedy, Karma Still, Susan Danekas, Nancy Boyd. Fran Cavanaugh, 
Susan Sisson, Joy Broom, Diane Harrison. 


Junior 

Panhellenic 



Chris Drinkard 
PRESIDENT 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—ROW 1: Chris Drinkard, Mrs. Allen Man¬ 
ring, Kathy Immel. ROW 2: Joy Broom, Carol Quarles, Linda Brad¬ 
way. 


Junior Panhellenic strives to orient freshman pledges with 
the Creek world and give them a wider perspective of fra¬ 
ternity life. It is composed of the president and one repre¬ 
sentative from each sorority pledge class. Activities include 
a pledge class brunch, “Hello Day,” and a program and 
serenade for the fall rushees. 























Dave Reeder 
PRESIDENT 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Dave Reeder, Mike Morrow, Dave Daniel- 
son, Ed Goldsworthy, Jim Paton, Dave Cross, Corwin King. 


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



ROW 1: Rich Brothers, Dennis Smith, Bill Ebel, By Vadset, Jim Tay- ley, John E. Currie, Gene Sanipley, Larry Baginski, Bob Fry, John 

lor, Ron Lind, Dick Reedy. ROW 2: Maynard Wexler, Jerry Mills, Zimmerman, Dan Kain. 

Bill Clarke, Ken Jones, Duke Campbell, Mike Vlahovich, Wally Stan- 

























ROW 1: Jan Ryan, Sharyl Burgeson, Carolyn Jensen, Lyndal Ken¬ 
nedy, Julie Herpick, Joan-Belle Mix, Jill Reese, Nancy Bodman, 
Mary Ann Kernwein. ROW 2: Rauny Berg, Mary Hood, Pat Maslac, 
Bobbie Graep, Dave Nees, Lou Ann Little, Greg Lissner, Cindy Kitts, 

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Dave Stewart. ROW' 3: Arend Dawson, Alex Sehwetz, George Kemp, 
Jerry Van Vleck, Jerry Kiehn, Bob Hartford, Steve Koran, Hal Mat- 
thiesen, Steve Corvi. 










Lee Hooper 
PRESIDENT 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Jan Ryan, Mary Hood, Arend Dawson, Lee 
Hooper. 


G-PAR is a campus-wide student political organization. It 
functions both as a campaign organ for the slates of candi¬ 
dates it nominates and as a voice for student ideas and 
desires. 











































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Board of Publications 

X 



ROW 1: Roy Felstad, Mary Lue Bennett, Pnnkey Heaberlin, Bob Adams, Lynda Hofstad, June Bierbower. ROW 2: Richard Thornton, Ron Koch, 
Lyle Mettler, Bill Towne, Darrell Russell. 


One of the most active groups affect¬ 
ing student publications is the Board 
of Publications. A student-faculty 
committee of ASWSU, the Board 
performs the necessary appoint¬ 
ments of salaried positions on the 
student publications. Ex - officio 
members of the Board include the 
editors and business managers of the 
Chinook and Evergreen and the 
ASWSU president. Student publica¬ 
tions also depend greatly on another 
group, the University Photo Service, 
responsible for most of the pictures 
used in the Chinook. 


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WSU Photo 



ROW 1: Belly Rodeen, Virginia Boyd. ROW’ 2: INorni iNelson, Bob Bullis. 
















T echnometer 

Technometer, produced by the 
engineering students of WSU, 
provides training opportunity for 
its staff in writing, layout, and 
photography. The four yearly 
issues feature a variety of arti¬ 
cles containing vital and interest¬ 
ing information concerning each 
branch of engineering and min¬ 
ing. 


Bill Bayne 

BUSINESS MANAGER 



ROW Is Dennis Wilde, Judy Olson, Bill Payne, Donald Pontsler. ROW 2: Philip Rude, John Ribary, A1 Beard, John Stevens. 

















Chi nook 

The editorial staff of the Chinook 
consists of a group of six editors, 
each with their own staff working 
under them. Scheduling and mount¬ 
ing pictures, drawing layout, writ¬ 
ing copy, securing identification, 
and planning special effects are 
among the responsibilities of the 
staff. 

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Lynda Hofstad 
EDITOR 



Leslie Hailey 
DIVISIONS EDITOR 


Sue Nieholson 
DIVISIONS EDITOR 



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LAYOUT STAFF: Nancy Nogle, Carolyn Diesman, Emily Paddock, Judy Jensen. 


Carole Fallstrom 
LAYOUT EDITOR 


DIVISION STAFF: Kathie Herr, Joy Broom, Candy Beatty. 


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Mary Sullivan COPY STAFF: Vicky Howard, Jan Frender. 

COPY EDITOR 












Sharon Olson 

MOUNTING EDITOR 


MOUNTING STAFF: Georgine Harbor, Jan Wilson, Donna Kirkwood, Andrea 
Ritchie, Dave Hunt. 





















Chinook 

The Chinook business staff is re¬ 
sponsible for the sales of the year¬ 
book, along with handling the con¬ 
tracts and indexing. This year over 
7000 Chinooks were sold, resulting 
in WSU claiming the largest pro¬ 
portion of sales in relation to the 
student body of all the Western 
universities. 




Barbara Schnebly 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER 



Mary Lue Bennett 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



Gay Grandy 
BUSINESS STAFF 


theryl Tjossem 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER 


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Chuck Ashman 

FALL MANAGING EDITOR 


Evergreen 

The Daily Evergreen serves the 
WSU campus and the com¬ 
munity with a circulation near¬ 
ing 8,000 per issue. News is 
drawn from several sources. 
Daily Evergreen reporters 
cover the campus and com¬ 
munity while the Associated 
Press backs up the operation 
with national and internation¬ 
al news. Approximately 175 
people are involved in the day 
to day operation of publishing 
and distributing the “Green.” 


Mike Wilson 
FALL EDITOR 


George Kelley 

FALL BUSINESS MANAGER 


Ray Denny 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER 



















Ron Koch 
SPRING EDITOR 




Gary Petersen 

SPRING MANAGING EDITOR 


Darrell Russell 

SPRING BUSINESS MANAGER 



Bill Dick 

SPRING ADVERTISING MANAGER 



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Evergreen 







Fred Zerza 

FALL SPORTS EDITOR 


3i,TMC 

Wufa*» IB> 

v>r**+*’'***•■* 



Elsa Troeh 

FALL WOMEN’S EDITOR 



Dave “Hurtin” Hunt 
FORMER COLUMNIST 



Rod Robert 

FALL PHOTO EDITOR 


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T004> 



Pat Johnson, Lynn Prada, Ray Simmons 
SPRING NEWS EDITORS 




Carol Cushing 

SPRING WOMEN’S EDITOR 


Pat Bushey 

SPRING SPORTS EDITOR 



Kathy Keatley 
SPRING PHOTO EDITOR 


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FALL BUSINESS STAFF: Barry Boyer, Sue Schnebly, Bill Dick. 


Evergreen 



FALL ADVERTISING STAFF—ROW 1: Dan Snyder, Jan Hoivik, Terry Camp. ROW 2: Kendra Diehl, Don 
Gilman, Frank Seay, Deon Clarey, Scott DeVry, Oivind Heier, Jack Frost. 



FALL PROOFREADERS—ROW 1: Carol Cushing, Barbara Bowers. ROW 
2: Pat Bushy, Bob Daniels, Gerry Long. 

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Deon Clarey, Karen Karch 
SPRING OFFICE MANAGERS 


SPRING PROOFREADERS—ROW 1: Barbara Blowers, Nancy Sato. ROW 
2: Linda Cooley, Elsa Troeh, LaRae Lukenbill, Robert Badertscher, John 
Buckingham. 


SPRING ADVERTISING STAFF—ROW 1: Ronald Streicli, Garitli Krause, Barry Boyer, Kendra Diehl, Jan 
Hoivik. ROW 2: Arend Dawson, Avery Willis, Bruce Bertsch, Darwin Simpson, Robin Harkins. 















Radio - TV 
Services 



KWSC ENGINEERS—ROW 1: A. Summers, J. 
Sims. ROW 2: R. O’Brady, R. Gese, H. Beck¬ 
ham, D. Bobbitt. 



KWSC MUSIC AND TRAFFIC STAFF—ROW 
1: B. MacMillan, M. Beckley, J. Morrison. ROW 
2: E. Erickson, J. Berger, P. Hill. ROW 3: M. 
K. Willis. 



KWSC FACULTY STAFF: Cal Watson, Burt Harrison, Bob Mott, Hugh Rundell. 


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KWSC-TV STAFF AND CREW—ROW 1: R. McCloud, T. Richard, Bliesner, M. Carlson, E. Winkle, R. White, A. Ecknian, E. Thompson, 

B. Fry, A. Ericson, B. Kirkwood, K. Parker, R. McGraw. ROW 2: W. J. McFadden, T. Hunt. 














































































KWSC 


Radio 



KWSC STUDENT STAFF—ROW 1: D. Borovec, G. Martin, B. Kirkwood, B. Duncan, A. Eckman. ROW 2: M. Carlson, J. McFadden, C. Kuhl 
man, M. Sexson, D. Butler, T. Sowers. 



KWSC SPORTS STAFF—ROW 1: J. McFadden, D. Butler. ROW 2: M. Carlson, E. Edlund, D. Borovec, T. Richard, A. Eckman, D. Aune, T 
Sowers. 



KWSC ANNOUNCERS—ROW 1: D. Borovec, R. King, L. Hess, D. Raymond, R. Hanmierstroni, D. Butler, A. Eckman. ROW 2: W. Bliesner 
R. Gordon, R. Minor, M. Carlson, E. Winkle, E. Edlund, T. Richard, W. Johnson, C. Kuhlman, J. McFadden, R. Carter, M. Sexson, C. King, T 
Sowers. 


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KUGR 


Radio 



CUGR STAFF—ROW 1: B. Kirkwood, A. Eckman. ROW 2: W. Bliesner, E. Winkle, G. Marlin, T. Richard, B. Duncan, D. Aune, T. Sowers. 



vLGR ANNOUNCERS—ROW 1: R. King, D. Raymond, G. Martin, R. Hammerslrom, R. McLean. ROW 2: R. Gordon, R. Bline, D. Aune. E. 
dlund, T. Richard, W. Johnson, J. Cunningham, T. Sowers. 


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Gamut 



ROW 1: Michele Briece, Dave Warren, Joni Bradford, Jean Havelka. ROW 2: Nan Fry, Sue Thomas, Howard McCord, H. V. Alward, Gerald 
Perryman, Terri Phaneuf. 


Gamut, in its short two-year history, has provided a 
publication outlet for the creative writing of WSU students, 
as well as feature poems and art work by outstanding 
writers and artists off campus. Along with providing a 
magazine in which student authors may publish their 
work. Gamut also hopes to provide a source of entertain¬ 
ment for those students who read it. 


The Agriculturist magazine is published three times a 
year by the Associated Students of the College of Agricul¬ 
ture, wth a circulation of about 1500. Working on the 
magazine affords the staff members an opportunity to 
gain experience in many facets of magazine production. 
The Agriculturist is in its twenty-sixth year. 


Agriculturist 



ROW Is Kathy Sperry, Ken Migchelbrink, George Murdock, Mel Foltz, Stan Evans. ROW 2: John Hovey, Dave Clyde, Hal Dobie, Roger 
Campitt, Tom Telfer, Kent Smith. 

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Sports 



137 
















Stan Bates 

DIRECTOR, Intercollegiate Athletics 


An athletic program is an integral part 
of any educational system. This is the aim 
of the Athletic Council. It is a great honor J 
for our coaches, players, and staff to rep¬ 
resent the student body in the field of in- 1 
tercollegiate athletics. The Athletic Coun¬ 
cil is made up of ten members represent¬ 
ing the alumni, faculty, and students. It 
serves in an advisory capacity to the Di¬ 
rector of Intercollegiate Athletics on all 
matters pertaining to athletics and makes 
recommendations to the President 
through the Director of Intercollegiate 
Athletics on athletic policy. 


Athletic Council 



ROW 1: Mike Jones, Dr. Randall Henry, Dr. Wallis Beasley, Dr. Victor Dauer, Mr. Walt Wyrick. ROW 2: Dr. C. Clement French, Mr. Pat Pat¬ 
terson, Dr. William Dickson, Andy Dranz, Mr. Stan Bates. 


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Cougar Coordinating Council 


COUGAR COORDINATING COUNCIL: Julie McCaw, Gordon Douglass, Jeanne Peterson, Ron Senn, Ralph Baldwin, Brem Morrison, Carol Lee, 
Chick Sandifer, Kathy Quinn. 


Yell Squad 



YELL SQUAD—ROW 1: Yvonne Stokke, Jeanne Callahan, Sandy O’Neill, Julie McCaw, Marcia Lentz, Judy Duckworth. ROW 2: Bob Parker, 
Ralph Baldwin, Mike Norwood, A1 Zindel, Mike Crafton, Bob Kannberg. 





















MEMBERS: Jackie Arnold, Marsha Beernink, Mary Bel vail, Bar¬ 
bara Benfield, Pam Benine, Hilary Bertugna, Sara Blakkoll, Bar¬ 
bara Brown, Gina Butterworth, Judy Campbell, Kathy Chronic, 
Kaye Clements, Lee Cody, Terry Coleman, Maggie Corliss, Vangie 
Dumas, Charlene Elduen, Connie Guddall, Patti Greiner, Michael 


LeClerc, Janet Lehn, Betty McCoy, Nancy Miller, Pat Moreman, 
Diane Myers, Margie Nordquist, Barbara Reynolds, Sandy Seaman, 
Sally Schneider, Stephanie Schwab, Julienne Stokke, Jane Story, 
Ellen Tanck, Pam Taylor, Sharon Theige, Jeanie Thomas, Donna 
Thompson, Joy Underwood, Carolyn Wagner, Karen Wickstrom. 



ROW 1: Mike Crich, Chick Sandifer, Ron 
Senn, George Fisher, Brian McMann. 
ROW 2: John Hutton, Steve Brilling, Jim 
Wernz, Ivan Peterson, Dave DeMeyer. 


ROW 3: Steve Gural, Tim Bradbury, Gar- 
ith Krause, Bob Bennet, Dave Hauler, 
Gerry Perryman. 


Cougarette 

Butchmen 


The Cougarettes performed intricate 
marching stunts at both football and 
basketball halftimes. They also 
marched in parades throughout the 
state. Membership is on a selective 
basis and Cougarettes are chosen on 
their ability to follow marching 
commands. 


A newly formed organization this 
year was the Butchmen, named after 
Washington State’s mascot. They 
added an enormous amount of 
school spirit to games and rallies. 
Their symbol, the “Royal Shaft,” 
was seen at both football and basket¬ 
ball games. They were easily recog¬ 
nized with their striped blazers and 
straw hats. 


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Ray Blier 

ASSISTANT COACH 



Football 


Rod Enos 

ASSISTANT COACH 


Jim Sutherland 
HEAD COACH 

























Scoreboard 



wizorfi/ . 

State 

Owgon State , 

Army 

Idaho 

Oregon . 

Stanford 

Washington 



Vince Antonio 



Clete Baltes 


Cougar 







Dean Kalahar 


Jerry Kirk 


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Don Knight 



Chuck Barnes 

Seniors 



Ken Graham 



Dave Mathieson 




































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Larry Eilmes (42) drives for three yards against Arizona, behind the 
blocking of Dale Knuth (on ground). 


Arizona vs WSU 


Clarence Williams sprinted 75 yards on the 
first play of the second quarter to give the Cougs 
a 7-2 victory over Arizona at Spokane. It was 
the first win of the season. Williams also 
figured in the two points that Arizona scored. 
He was tackled in the end zone for a safety. 
The Cougars dominated the defensive contest, 
outgaining the Wildcats by 120 yards. 


Clarence Williams (22) is gang-tackled by some Wildcats from Arizona. 




Brian Beveridge 







San Jose vs WSU 




John Browne (44) is brought down by two San Clancy Williams (22) breaks through the line of scrim- 

Jose tacklers after a hand-off from quarterback mage for a short gain against San Jose. 

Dave Mathieson (10). 


After being heavily favored in the 
contest, the Cougars lost to San Jose 
on Dads’ Day. The Spartans grab¬ 
bed a 7-0 lead in the third quarter 
but the Cougars returned with a 
touchdown and two-point conversion 
to lead 8-7 going into the final 
period. A poor punt in the fourth 
quarter gave the Spartans the ball 
on the WSU 32-yard line. San Jose 
drove to the clincher from there. 
The only bright spot during the 
afternoon was Dennis Kloke’s rec¬ 
ord-tying pass receiving. He caught 
ten. 




Bill Cook 



Wally Dempsey 



Larry Eilmes 



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A San Jose runner is stopped in mid-air on a fine defensive play John Forbes 
by guard Jerry Kirk. 














Oregon State vs WSU 



Dale Ford 


Wavne Foster 





Bill Gaskins 


Pat Hawes 


Tom Hedeniark 



Gaskins tries to slither through. 



Oregon State rolled over the Cougars, 
30-6, in the Beavers’ homecoming tilt. 
Although the Oregon outfit was ahead 
16-6 at the half, WSU dominated the 
game up to that point. The second 
thirty minutes wasn’t even close as 
the Beavers piled up another pair of 
touchdowns to bury the Cougs. WSU 
scored the first six-pointer of the 
contest the first time it got the ball, 
on an eighty-yard drive. Larry Eilmes 
hit pay-dirt on a one-yard spurt. 


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Idaho vs WSU 



Sophomore halfback Bill Gaskins broke loose 
for a 92-yard touchdown run in the fourth 
quarter to give the Cougars a 14-10 win over 
the Idaho Vandals in the annual Battle of the 
Palouse. The Cougars were trailing the Vandals 
10-7 as a result of a Vandal TD when Gaskins 
took the kickoff on his own eight yard line and 
raced all the way to the goal line. Defense was 
the word of the day for the Cougars as they only 
allowed the Idaho 11a total of 40 net yards on 
the ground while picking up their second win of 
the season. 


Bob James lofts a kick to the Idaho secondary. 


Dave Mathieson (10) sets to rifle a pass to his receiver as Herm McKee (40) and Dale 
Knuth (60) look for oncoming Vandals. 




Rick Jack 



Ralph Jones 



Steve Kann 



Tom Kelley 



Dennis Kloke 
















Oregon 


Dale Knutli 



T. C. McClellan 



Dennis McCurdy 


vs WSU 


The Oregon Ducks came to Pullman for the 
Cougars Homecoming and left with a 21-7 
victory. Cougar fans watched Oregon’s two 
All-American backs Mel Renfro and Bob 
Berry overcome a 7-0 Cougar lead to win 
the game. During the week preceding the 
game, reports from Oregon said neither 
Renfro nor Berry would be in the starting 
lineup, but when the game started they were 
both on the field. The Cougs had one of their 
worst afternoons of the season as they lost 
the ball twice on fumbles and had four passes 
intercepted. 



Flanker Gerry Shaw (81) is hit hard by an 
Idaho player after receiving a pass from quar¬ 
terback Dave Mathieson, 


Fullback Herm McKee (40) prepares to take a pitch-out from quarterback Dave Mathie¬ 
son (10) against the Idaho Vandals. 











Washington 
vs WSU 

The Cougars ended a dismal season that saw them win 
only three games in the annual cross-state battle with 
the University of Washington Huskies. The game play¬ 
ed in the wet, muddy UW stadium saw the Cougars 
go down to defeat 16-0. The win provided a trip to 
the Rose Bowl for the winning Huskies. WSU looked 
as though they were going to give the Huskies a run 
for their money as their first march with the ball took 
them to the Husky seven yard line. However, the Dogs 
stiffened and held the visitors. 



Cougars brace themselves against the Washington attack at muddy, Husky Stadium. 




Herm McKee 


Bob Nelson 


Jim Paton 


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Tom Roth 


John Sahlberg 












^ougar defenders Ken Graham (33), Roy Busse (52), and Dean Kalahar (51), get ready to take on the Husky blockers. 

Dave Mathieson (10) looks for his receiver as Roy 
lusky Steve Bramwell is brought down by two unidentified Cougars as Larry Eilmes, Ken Busse (52) gives him protection against the 

Jraliam, and Gerry Shaw come in for the clincher. Huskies. 





Jerry Shaw 


Jim Sykes 


Dave Thomas 


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Larry Thompson 


Bob Vietzke 






Stanford vs WSU 


The Cougar offense, which sputtered most of 
the season, opened up to full throttle and 
downed the Stanford Indians for the seventh 
straight time. Dale Ford started his first game 
of the year at quarterback and led the Cougs 
to a 32-15 win. Playing on Stanford’s home 
field, the Cougars out-gained the Indians 435 
yards to 237, and dominated the game all 
the way. 



Clarence Williams (22) breaks loose for good yardage against Stanford. 



Dale Ford (27) swivels through two Stanford players as Clarence Williams (22) blocks. 






















Spring Football 



Bert Clark 
HEAD COACH 



Here the team exhibits some blocking during an 
afternoon scrimmage. 


With the close of the 1964 
spring practice under Head 
Coach Bert Clark and an entire 
new staff, the new Cougars 
found themselves leaner, 
stronger and somewhat mean¬ 
er. The squad, although lack¬ 
ing in depth, has found some 
boys who are dedicated to play¬ 
ing winning football. Next 
year’s squad should be equally 
distributed between veterans 
and young sophomores and 
should gain strength from 
game to game. It is the feeling 
of the coaching staff and squad 
members that the Cougar fans 
can look forward to an inter¬ 
esting brand of football during 
the 1964 season. 



















The 1963-64 basketball season at WSU marked the 
Cougars’ entrance into the Big Six Conference with 
Stanford, California, UCLA, USC and Washington. 
Although not a success from a win and loss stand¬ 
point, the ’64 season served as a good building year 
for 1965, and all but four of this year’s letter-win¬ 
ners will return next season. Senior guard Byron 
Vadset was the team scoring leader with 319 points 
in 26 games and Ted Werner, junior center, set a 
new, all-time WSU rebounding record with 323. 
Werner also was the second leading scorer with 313 
points. The Cougars had a season record of five wins 
against 21 losses.Coach Marv Harshman is looking 
for substantial improvement in 1965 with nine re¬ 
turning lettermen and some top-flight talent coming 
from this year’s freshman team. 



EYES RIGHT. The Cougar bench watches action during a game in Bohler gym. 
Left to right are Jim Knostman, Ken Hammer, Dick Hostikka, Brent Watson. 
Mike Werner and Steve Zuvela. 


Basketball 



THE 1964 COUGAR SQUAD—ROW 1: Ken Hammer, Jim Knost¬ 
man, Mike Werner, Ted Werner, Walt Frierson, Doug Weaver, Kas- 
pars Blums, Brent Watson. ROW 2: Trainer Dick Vandervoort, Tom 


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Tommervik, Byron Vadset, Mike Drew, Dale Ford, Steve Zuvela 
Dennis Kloke, Dick Hostikka, Jim Walton, Bob Montgomery, CoacI 
Marv Harshman. 











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Marv Harshman 

HEAD COACH 



UCLA vs WSU 



TWO AGAINST THE CHAMPS. 
Washington State’s Brent Watson, 
(24), scores on a lay-in against the 
NCAA Champion UCLA Bruins dur¬ 
ing their series in Bolder Gym. The 
Cougars came just about as close to 
UCLA as anyone this year, losing 
this one 83-88 after a tough battle. 
Bruin players pictured include Ken 
Washington, jumping with Watson; 
Doug McIntosh, (32), far left; Jack 
Hirsch and Gail Goodrich, (25). 


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Washington vs WS 


COMING THROUGH. Big Ted Werner scores a lay-in against Wash¬ 
ington as Husky forward Bruce Brickner (40) prepares to protect 
himself. Reaching too late is Clint Peeples (42) of Washington and 
the Huskies’ Henry Matthews (10) is at far right. 


HOME FREE. Big Dale Ford gets a two-pointer for WSU against 
Washington. 


BASKETBALL BALLET. WSU’s Kaspars Blums drives for two 
against the Washington Huskies. Washington players here are Henry 
Matthews (10), Bruce Brickner (40), and Lynn Nance (41). Cougar 
Dale Ford (50) is at far left. 















Idaho vs WSU 

VADSET JUMPS ONE IN. Top Cougar scorer Byron Vadsel jump- 
shoots over the guard of Idaho’s Bill Mattis in the Cougar win over 
the Vandals. Larry Rasmussen (41) of Idaho is at the left, and 
WSU’s Tom Tommervik (4) is in the background. 




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TOO LATE. Doug Weaver, of WSU, beats Idaho’s Tom 
Moreland to the basket for two points in the Cougar-Vandal 
game at Bohler Gym. 


Oregon State vs WSU 



COUGARS SET UP. Ted Werner (42) starts on the screening dribble against Oregon 
State’s Mel Counts (21) as Ken Hammer (52) starts around to take the pass. 


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Stanford . . . .California . . 



PARDON MY SHOUL- BY’S PATENTED JUMPER. Cougar Byron Vadset gets 

DER. Ted Werner of WSU off a running jump-shot to score against USC. 

loops up a hook shot over 
Southern Cal’s Dan Wier. 


GOING UP. WSU’s Jim Walton heads basf 
California last winter. Dale Ford (50) comes 


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Southern Cal 



vers appear to have lost track of the ball 
U-Indian series in Pullman. Pictured are 
e Werner, far right, all of WSU; and Rich 



I for two points in the Cougars’ series with 
knd a hand should Jim need it. 


. . . vs WSU 



SKY HOOK. WSU’s Ted Wer¬ 
ner launches a hook shot over 
USC’s Dan W’ier in the Cou¬ 
gar-Trojan hoop battle in 
Bolder Gym. 




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TWO FOR TED. Cougar center Ted Werner gets a 
goal against Southern Cal despite the active resistance 
of Trojan center John Block (33). Others pictured 
are Kas Blums (44), and By Vadset (10), of WSU. 


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ROW 1: Bob Weaver, Ed Urban, Dave Spencer, Bob Browning, John Bayless, Ray Bloom, Jerry Graham, Larry Gilbert, Tim 

Chris Marker, Paul Gibb. ROW 2: Brian Barrett, Bill Pascual, Wenger, Coach Doug Gibb. 


Swimming 

WSU swimmers had a success¬ 
ful year with a 4 win-1 loss 
dual meet season, highlighted 
by All American Chris Marker 
going undefeated in dual and 
conference championships. He 
set conference records in 100 
and 200 yard freestyle events 
and placed fourth in these two 
events and sixth in the 50 yard 
freestyle at the NCAA cham¬ 
pionships. His placing in the 
National AAU championships 
qualify him for the Olympic 
trials. Marker’s accomplish¬ 
ment this year placed him as an 
excellent prospect for the Unit¬ 
ed States Olympic Team. Other 
standouts were Bob Browning, 
Paul Gibb, Dave Spencer, Bill 
Pascual, Ed Urban and John 
Bayles. A strong successful 
freshman team gives Washing¬ 
ton State a good outlook for 
next year. 


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Jerry Graham executes a front dive pike. 














Tim Wenger and Chris Marker start the 100-yard freestyle at the University of Oregon 
dual meet. 


John Bayless doing the 200-yard butterfly. 















The 1963-64 Gymnastics 
squad was composed of 
nine athletes, all first year 
men except for Charles 
Lambson and our one re¬ 
turning letterman, S t u 
Rehnstrom. Outstanding 
performers for the team 
were Rehnstrom and Dave 
Miller. Between them, they 
scored more than half of 
the team’s points for the 
year. Much support was re¬ 
ceived from Gary Faull, 
Doug Bartz, John Swenson, 
Gary Parr, Charles Lamb- 
son, and Dennis Gross. 



ROW 1: Dennis Gross, David Miller, Doug Bantz, Swenson, Jerry Penney, Gary Parr, Slu Rehn- 

Charles Lambson. ROW 2: Fred West, John stroni. Coach Sweeney. 


Gary Parr is seen doing the stoop vault on the long horse. 













Gary Faull performs a back Jever on the still rings. 


Stu Rehnstrom demonstrates a vault catch on 

the high bar. Dave Miller is doing a one-arm handstand on the parallel bars. 


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ROW Is Randy Cooper, Fred Heany, Frank Nichols, Dan Hensley. ROW 2: Jim Pair, Francis Allbritton, Sid Pierson, Elliott Simkins, 
Roger James, coach. 


Wrestling 

Injuries and illness proved costly to the Cougar 
wrestling hopes during the early part of the 
season. The final dual meet record for the WSU 
grapplers was 3-13, and they dropped to fifth 
in the conference tournament. The only Cougar 
to win an individual championship in this year’s 
Big Six Tournament was Roger Short at 130 
pounds. Two other top performers for the 
Cougars were sophomore Dan Hensley and 
Francis Allbritton. Both men were second in 
the conference meet in their respective weights. 
This year’s squad was composed entirely of 
juniors and sophomores and with a fine fresh¬ 
man team to add depth will present a stronger 
lineup for next season. 


Randy Cooper is in a single leg takedown against his opponent from Central. 



162 














Big Six-130-pound champion, Roger Short, countering a single leg takedown against Central. 


Heavyweight Randy Cooper controls his Central opponent. 








Baseball 

WSU’s 1964 baseball season was a little bit of all right 
even though the Cougars did not win the Northern 
Division title as Coach Chuck Brayton had hoped. 
WSU had an overall mark of 31 wins against only 
nine losses and was 10-6 in Conference, finishing just 
one game behind the pennant-winning Oregon Ducks. 
The Cougars won their first 16 starts of the ’64 season, 
compiling one of the longest consecutive win strings in 
recent baseball history. In the process, WSU won the 
annual Banana Belt Tournament at Lewiston, Idaho, 
and picked up five wins in seven starts on a tough pre- 
Conference road trip into California. Senior lefthand¬ 
er Steve Bell was the top WSU pitcher this year with 
a perfect 5-0 record and a spectacular 1.29 ERA. 
Senior Bob Stephens had a 7-2 mark and sophomore 
Doug Lukens was 7-3. In hitting, WSU led every team 
in the Northwest. Outfielder Bob Garretson won the 
ND batting crown with a great .448 average and the 
Cougars hit for a team average of .306. 



Worried looks come from the dugout. 



ROW Is Cal Humphreys, frosh coach, Wally Lito, Duane Ross- son, Larry Schreck, Paul Taylor, Steve Bell, Jim Brown, Fred 

man, John Olerud, Doug Lukens, Bob Salisbury, Mike Avey, Sackett, Gary Strom, Dave Pate, Fred Springer, Bob Fry, Bruce 

Doug Smith, Dale Ford, John Endsley, Bob Stephens. ROW 2: Bain. 

Bob Coppock, manager, Jim Wise, Jim Spindor, Bob Garret- 






















GET BACK, DAVEY. Cougar Captain Dave Pate hurries back to the bag to 
avoid being picked off by Idaho first baseman Tom Hoagland. WSU won 
three out of four from the Vandals this year. 




UPSY DALESY. Cougar Dale Ford jumps up to take 
a high throw and retire Idaho runner in game at Pull¬ 
man this spring. 


ANOTHER REDSKIN. Seattle Chieftain player slides home just ahead of the 
throw to Cougar catcher John Olerud in the WSU-Seattle University tilt at 
Pullman. 















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Baseball 



ANOTHER COUGAR RUN. Big Dale Ford slides safely home against Washington as Husky catcher Stu 
Thompson takes the throw too late. Umpire Bruce Campbell has an easy call. 



GIVE IT A RIDE. Cougar hitter stands at the ready as a Washington pitcher delivers in Northern Divi¬ 
sion action on Bailey Field. 



HUSTLE, LARRY. Cougar infielder Larry Schreck, the 1963 ND SAFE! Another Cougar makes it home safely, 

batting champion, hurries to first trying to beat out an infield hit 
against Seattle University, 















RUNNING IT OUT. WSU pitcher Doug Lukens hustles down the line, but the Oregon first baseman 
Sandy Nosier already has the ball. Cougars split with Oregon here, but the Ducks won the pennant. 



NICE PLAY, WHALE. Dale (The Whale) Ford of WSU scoops up a low throw at first base to retire 
Washington runner in Cougars’ win over the Huskies at Bailey Field. 



We’ll bet this one goes over the fence. 


167 








T rack 



The 1964 WSU track squad, consisting 
mainly of underclassmen, participated 
in one of the toughest collegiate track 
schedules anywhere. Dual meets were 
held with the top three track powers in 
the nation and the performances of the 
squad were quite creditable. The 
Cougars finished in 3rd place in the 
NCAA Western Regional Indoor Meet, 
took 3rd position in the Far West Re¬ 
lays, and had dual victories over Ore¬ 
gon State, Washington, and Idaho. 
Losses by close margins were to the 
University of Southern California, 
Oregon, and Stanford. Thirteen men 
qualified by their performances for the 
NCAA outdoor meet in June. Record 
breaking performances this year in¬ 
cluded: Buck Kipe, javelin, Harold 
Lorentzen, discus, Nels Siverson, Bob 
Yard and Bill Self, pole vault. 


ROW 1: Bob Talent, Mike Shouse, Jack 
Glover, Joe Wiggs, Glenn Wolf, captain. 
Bill Gaskins, John Miller, Nels Siverson, 
Jim Allen. ROW 2: Jim Colpitts, Chris 
Westman, Bob Keppel, Rod McCormick, 
Jerry Talbott, Fred Miller, Harald Lorent¬ 


zen, Vic Bennet. ROW 3: Jack Mooberrj 
coach, Jahn Valiant, Bob Yard, Mike Evans 
Jerry Hendrickson, Bill Self, Jim Felber 
Kent Swanson, Oddvar Lovaas, Buck Kipe 
Rod Enos, assistant coach. 



VALIANT EFFORT. WSU distance star John Valiant finishing 
the mile run. Valiant set a new WSU mile record this spring at 
4:02.7 and has another year of competition. He is rated an 
excellent chance of making the Canadian Olympic team for 
the games in Tokyo. 



TOUGHER WITHOUT POLE. Washington State pole vault ace 
Nels Siverson tries his legs at high jumping to pick up some 
points for the Cougars in a dual meet. Siverson holds the WSU 
indoor pole vault record at 15-8 and jumped 15-6 outdoors this 
spring. He was voted the team inspirational award for 1964. 
























fofr . 




A LITTLE EFFORT. Harald Lorentzen 
heaves the shotput in a local meet. 


ALLEN’S OVER. Jim Allen crosses the line, 
winning the 440 in a dual meet with Stan- 
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YOUR TURN. Vic Bennet hands the baton to Fred Miller in 
the mile relay event. 


COUGARS WON ANYHOW. Oregon State’s Jan Underwood beat WSU’s Mike 
Evans to the tape in the mile relay, but the Cougars pulled the season’s biggest 
upset by beating the Beavers 73-72 in their dual on Rogers Field. Bobby Enos, 
son of Cougar interim track coach Rod Enos, is the steady hand on the tape. 


ALMOST LIKE FLYING. Jim Allen partici¬ 
pates in the intermediate hurdles event. 












T rack 



One, two, and three, and all Cougars. 



COUGARS PURSUE HUSKY. Washington's Jerry Plowman wins 
the 100-yard dash in the WSU-Husky dual at Pullman, just slight¬ 
ly ahead of Cougars Jim Easley and Glenn Wolf. 



AND OVER THEY GO. Cougar hurdlers pursue the Stanford man 
who is in the lead. 









Cross 

Country 

The 1963 WSU cross country team 
capped its most successful season in 
the history of the University by going 
undefeated in eight cross country 
meets. The Cougars under the capable 
leadership of Coach Jack Mooberry, 
won the West Coast AAU champion¬ 
ship, the Pacific Northwest champion¬ 
ship, and the Inland Empire AAU 
Laurels, while defeating Gonzaga, 
Whitworth, Idaho, Montana, and 
Washington in other meets. The team 
was led by their distance ace, John 
Valiant, who finished first in all eight 
meets. Other top finishers included 
Chris Westman, Vic Bennet, Jan Bent- 
zon, Fred Miller, Mike Evans, and Jim 
Colpitts. 



UNDEFEATED 1963 FRESHMAN AND VARSITY TEAM—ROW Is Chris West- 
man, Vic Bennet, John Valiant, Don Simons, Fred Miller, Don Wright, Bruce Mc- 
Burney, Jan Bentzon. ROW 2: Coach Jack Mooberry, Jim Colpitts, Edward Meier, 
Dave Durhack, Don Primrose, Mike Evans, Robert Barto, Steve Haskins, Larry 
Willson, assistant Dave Turkington. 



Warming up are John Valiant, Ed Meier, Vic Bennet, Chris Westman, Mike Evans, Fred Miller. 


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■ 


Golf 

The WSU varsity golf team 
with only two returning let- 
termen compiled a record of 
4 wins and 10 losses during 
the 1964 season. The hot 
and cold Cougars showed 
great potential against such 
teams as the University of 
Washington, Oregon, and 
several California teams. 
With a few less “bogies” the 
team might have had a win¬ 
ning season. The Cougars 
proved to be excellent hosts 
by finishing sixth in the Big 
Six Tournament at Clarks- 
ton, behind the record break¬ 
ing Southern California 
Squad. 



ROW 1; Bill Church, By Vadset, Gury Pence, Bob Carlson. ROW 2: Dave Wilson, Mike 
Jones, Jeff Dean, John Thompson, Vaughn Vordahl, Jesse Gibb, coach. 



















Tennis 

The tennis team began the 
season with a good record 
but then went downhill, end¬ 
ing up in the cellar with 
Idaho at the Far West Tour¬ 
nament in Moscow. They 
had hopes of placing second, 
but OSU and Oregon came 
out ahead, with Washington 
taking first place. Coach 
Jerry Martin said the team 
was hampered by poor wea¬ 
ther and was forced to prac¬ 
tice indoors most of the time. 


HOW Is Mike Daly, Howard Bartlett, Jim Norland, Dave Rose. ROW 2: Coach Jerry 
Martin, Andris Cakarnis, Mike Wooten, Duane Leigh. 


Duane Leigh 


Jim Norland 


173 




T* *&? 










Joan “Cricket” Crawford 
PRESIDENT 


WRA 




Judy Friberg 
TREASURER 


The Women’s Recreation Association 
fulfills the recreation needs and desires 
of women students. It provides fun and 
enjoyment for all women through activi¬ 
ties that will be beneficial now and after 
college. WRA works in cooperation with 
the women’s physical education depart¬ 
ment. It has three parts: recreational 
clubs, intramurals, and co-recreation. 
Through this program, the aim is to in¬ 
terest every woman student, regardless 
of ability, in some activity to contribute 
to a well-rounded being. 



WRA COUNCIL—ROW 1: Joan Crawford, Judy Friberg, Sue Giboney. ROW 2: Judy Gray. 
Margaret Leslie, Sally Swenson, Sandy Sparkman, Pat Peters. 





















Crimson W 



ROW 1: Annette Slender, Mary Jo Leathers, Kay Nylin, Chris Drink- 
urd, Linda MeClellan, Joan Suenaga. ROW 2: Joann Slender, Linda 
Kellman, Toni Ann Ursie, Joyce Reichl, Karen Munro, Sally Swen¬ 


son. ROW 3: Bonnie Seipp, Marge Luther, Shelby McMillan, Sara 
McConnell, Judy Friberg, Mary Olson. 


WRA Representatives 



ROW 1: Diane Rooks, Judy Main, Gretchen Ashe, Pat Gallagher, landigham, Carol Poppe, Sara Blake, Laurie Hansel, Chris Drinkard, 

Karen Kreuger, Margaret McCathern, Sara Lee McConnell, Ann Jar- June Reniboldt, Diane Zelley, Wendy Brickert. 

vis, Val Cripps. ROW 2: Jan Comings, Linda McClellan, Ruth Val- 








Orchesis 



MEMBERS: Joan Chew, Sylvia Crecelius, Ray Denny, Jeannette 
Gibson, Cheryl Howard, Marianne Howey, Jodee Jones, Mike Le- 


Clere, Kay Selde, Sandy Six, Carmen Snitily, Yvonne Stokke, Page 
Ward, Toni Weaver, Alice Gates, advisor. 


Sports Club 



ROW 1: Joanne Dixon, Ann Rudrauff, Sara McConnell, Gretchen Blake, Cricket Crawford, Chris Drinkard, Barb Twardns, June Rem- 

Ashe, Marge Luther. ROW 2: ^Margaret Leslie, Phil Struck, Sara boldt, Diane Zelley. 















Fish Fans 







Bowling Club 


lOW 1: Lynne Hitchcock, Dianne Smith, Judi Kieffer, Julie Her- 
>irk, Pam Austin, Bill Streeter, Lorinda Green, Karen Holtberg, 
Kathie Uddenberg, Sue M. Durrant. ROW 2: Nancy Bodman, Penny 
teddy, Joan Frese, Judy Vogelman, Lanny MacPherson, Mikki 
Vfahnkey, Sue Coombs, Sharon Donahue, Susan Steininger, Sharon 


Hall. ROW 3: Gay Grandy, Nancy Boyd, Carol Sloan, Marlene King, 
Sandy King, Kitty Krick, Judy Ness, Clarinda Telfer, Cherie Strayer, 
Gail Robinson. ROW 4: Sally Shintaffer, Karen Wilke, Kay Ganson, 
Donna Abbott, Charlotte Lindstrom, Gaye Sargent, Arline Averett, 
Mary Magnusen, Carolyn Lewis. 




tOW 1: Jan Wilson, Lynda Mullis, Lanny Adams, Margie Pope. ROW 2: Miss Wohlford, Darlene Williams, Phyllis Anderson, Mary Lou Tomlin. 


177 

















Imfortnols 



179 













Rush 



Where have you been? We’ve been waiting up all night. 


180 


















Why this bell is just like new. 



IK’s polishing the victory bell. 


181 





















Hmm ... I can lake either marriage problems or 
weight lifting. 



Some call it the . . 


182 















Spurs sponsor the Registration Ball. 





















Watermelon Bust 




Some big fat watermelons to be consumed by some big fat sorority girls. 



Miss Watermelon Bust, Sue Rosellini. Dress dinner. 

Harvest Ball Milking Contest 



Ouch 


184 


Only her hairdresser knows. 









Rally, Rally 


We’re off to see the wizard. 



Nothing like a good ol’ noise rally. 



My group and I have dedicated our lives to unplugging . . . 





























Delta Gamma, Women’s Division Winner. 



Rogers Hall welcome dads. 


Dads’ Weekend 



186 


“Dad of the Year,” Tex Brotherton, and son Biff. 




























j 

Slate high school bands salute the dads. 


I’ll just sneak a sip (Dad’s Breakfast). 


Traditional Band Day at WSU. 







Junior Class Blood Drive 



The brown ones stick in your teeth. 


188 














Ha, you lose again. 


a : m 


,4 


Here comes a crazy ball now. 


It’s Hurtin’s turn in the barrel. 

ASWSU Carnival 



I’ll take the pickle and ice cream curry. 


189 




































Class Elections 





And if elected on the independent ticket, I promise not to go Greek until after my term. 


And as a member of the petti-pants party . . . 


Dont’ turn your back on us, “nature boy.” 
















I saw you stuff that ballot box. 



And my name and address is by the first lever. 



The new class presidents: Dave Thummel, Chuck Aanenson, Dave Warren, Larry Brackett. 


191 






























Hello, loyal fans. 



Pi Beta Phi, Women’s Division Winner. 


Homecoming 



Oh ... a chocolate-covered elephant. 



Sigma Phi Epsilon, Men’s Division Winner. 


192 























V 




















Homorarle^s and 


Organizations 



193 














Phi Beta Kappa 


National Scholastic Honorary of Liberal Arts and Sciences. 

MEMBERS ELECTED AS SENIORS: Ronelle Janis Alexander 
• Janies Lawrence Ballo • Nancy L. Banister • John Danner 
Batjer • Barbara Louise Brown • Fredda J. Burton • Barbara 
Ann Engelhardt • Barbara Lynn Giles • Nancy Elizabeth Gill • 
Alice Anita Hackniann • John Frederick Harrington, Jr. • Sally 
Jean Hooper • Robert T. Jensen • Elsie Ann Johnston • Janies 
Darrell Knostnian • Patrick William Landreth • Duane Ernest 
Leigh • Joyce Evelyn Lewis • Deanna May Lindberg • John 
Orin McClain • Kathleen Turner McClain • Janies Robert Mc¬ 






Donald • Donna Evans McIntyre • Susan K. Martin • William 
P. Mech • Ralph Edward Miller • Katherine Diane Peterson • 
Nancy Anne Ramsey • Douglas Odell Reisbick • Susan Kay 
Savitz • Joan P. Secord • Richard A. Seitz • Milton Marshall 
Souter • Barbara Ellen Summerville • Ron Carl Sward • Gisela 
Taber • Marianne Yoko Kusaka Uyeda • MEMBERS ELECTED 
AS JUNIORS: Michael C. Gies • Robert Arnold Johnson • Mary 
Ida Olson • Mary Louise Partridge. 




Phi Kappa Phi 


National Scholastic Honorary. 

INITIATES, FIRST SEMESTER: Ronelle Alexander • Phyllis 
Bordwell • George Brinkman • Barbara L. Brown • Roberta 
Burdick • Fredda Burton • Beryl Butler • Dennis Cearlock • 
Samuel Cook • Gerald Danquist • Frank Densmore • Margaret 
Eash • Martha Eyer • Sheryl Fred • George Fuller • Alice 
Hackniann • Virginia Hanell • Carolee Hanson • John Harring¬ 
ton • Judy Harris • Jackie Harting • Jan Jamar • Robert 
Jensen • Nancy Johnson • Mike Jones • Georgia Kloostra • 
Lawrence Kunz • Michael Lampton • Pat Landreth • Deanna 
Lindberg • Joyce Lewis • Carol Maey • Chris Marker • Susan 
Martin • Sharon McCoy • Donna McIntyre • Bill McWilliams • 
Bill Mech • James Meeker • Sharon Natsuhara • Michael Osborn 

• Mary Louise Partridge • Kathy Peterson • Linda Pierce • 
Edward Price • Nickie Proctor • Nancy Ramsey • Carol Rogel 

• Suzanne Savitz • Joan Secord • Roberta Shawver • Dennis 
Smith • Milton Souter • Alan Steiger • Phyllis Struck • Barbara 
Summerville • Christine Tangvald • Marianne Uyeda • Nancy 
Vlahovieh • Terry Whiting. INITIATES, SECOND SEMESTER: 
Janet Abrams • Lin Adamson • Jane Alward • Beth Anderson • 


Terry Ball • Robert Boehm • Tom Bowman • Herman Broeker 

• Nancy Buckman • John Byrne • Judy Cameron • Donald 
Canfield • Vernon Carlson • Audrey Dibble • Barry Dobbeleer 

• Dennis Delzer • Joan Downing • Mary Jo Eldenburg • Richard 
Erickson • Harry Estey • Flora Fennimore • Shaikh Ghazanfar 

• John Erickson • John Gilbert • Barbara Giles • Sharon Hall 

• Gerald Harter • Ronald Helm • Mary Ann Jaburek • Diane 
Johnson • Crispin Kaniau * Robert Killingstad * Larry Klock * 
Norma Knutzen • Margaret Krogh • Carolyn Leach • Sharon 
Leigh • Noah Lerman • Herbert Levinsky • Elaine Liu • Harvey 
Marshall • Janies Maulden • Jennifer McCahe • Judith Mc¬ 
Donald • Pat McIntyre • Mike Mitchell • Anne Montgomery • 
Marguerite Motley • Leila Old • Lawrence Olsen • Gerry Perry¬ 
man • Michael Rainbolt • Quentin Rapp * Stephen Rhodes • 
James Roberts • James Skordal • Dolores Tadlock • Nora 
Tierney • Marjorie Tiffany • Marcia Tressler • Sashi Tripathy 

• Daniel Van Dyk • Daryl Wall • Oliver Walter • Kenneth 
Waters • Ellen Weldin • Diane Welton • Lois Wicklund • 
William Willard • Doug Willcox • Alexander Wiseman. 


194 

















Phi Eta Sigma 



ROW 1: Paul Alley, Larry Martin, David Spencer, Brian Reagan, Lowell Maughan. ROW 2: Jim Waddle, John Rockway, Dan Godfrey, Bob 
Daniel, Jim Wernz, Warren Anderson. ROW 3: Jim Ridlington, Oen Huisman, William F. Johnson, Greg Scliloiner, Dan Hensley, Roger 
Whitehead. 


Phi Eta Sigma is an honor society for freshman men. Its 
goal is to encourage and reward high scholastic achieve¬ 
ment. There are 85 chapters in leading colleges and uni¬ 
versities throughout the United States. The organization 
was admitted to membership in the Association of College 
Honor Societies in 1937. 


The Stimson Senate is an honorary group that specializes 
in developing and exercising leadership qualities in its 
members. Each Senator has been accepted because of his 
dynamic ability to organize and his demonstration of en¬ 
thusiasm in governing the dormitory. As a service organ¬ 
ization for 39 years its purpose has been to make Stimson 
a more desirable place to live socially and scholastically. 


Stimson Senate 



ROW 1: Chuck Cleaveland, Charlie Goodsell, Al Kirkwood, Jim Fowler, Jim Gannaway, Bob Koch. ROW 2: Ken Jasman, Ron Harder, Bob 
Brommer, Greg Neumann, John Gilbert, Dave Repp. 


195 














Beryl Butler 
PRESIDENT 


Mortar Board 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—ROW 1: Kathy Quinn, Beryl Butler, Barh 
Engleliardt. BOW 2: Mary Olson, Dec Manning. Peggy McLarney. 


Selection for membership in Mortar Board, the senior 
women’s honorary, is based on scholarship, leadership and 
service. Tapping of new members takes place in the wee 
hours of a spring morning and pledges wear caps and 
gowns to classes the following day. This year’s projects in¬ 
cluded keeping in touch with WSU graduates in the Peace 
Corps and working with international students on campus. 




ROW 1: Barb Englehardt, Suzanne Savilz, Peggy McLarney, Mary ford, Susan Wohld, Dee Manning, Carol Rogel, Carolee Hanson, 

Olson, Beryl Butler, Kathy Quinn, Judy Cameron, Karen Winch, Nancy Johnson, Donna Kludt. 

Barbara Giles. ROW 2: Phyllis Bordwell, Sharon McCoy, Joan Craw- 


















ROW 1: Tom Kimball, Lawrence Kunz, Gerald Danquist, Mike Gies, 
James R. McDonald, Robert Johnson, Mike Jones, Jim Arthurs. ROW 


2: Dave Billingsley, Dennis Wilde, A. E. McCartan, Mel Hansen, 
Roy Felstad, Bill Mech, Chris Marker, A1 Beard, Dean Kalahar. 


Crimson Circle 


I 





EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Art McCartan, Gerald Danquist. 



Bill Mech, Jim Arthurs 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


Men who have attained high standards of efficiency in 
collegiate activities, from all phases of collegiate life, are 
selected for membership in Crimson Circle of Omicron 
Delta Kappa. This encourages an organization which is 
interested in varied questions and discussions. Students and 
]Q7 faculty consider subjects of mutual interest. 










Linda Carlson 
PRESIDENT 


Spurs 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—ROW 1: Marian Svinth, Charlotte LimJ 
strom, Pat Ryan. ROW 2: Karla Reek, Chris Ranta, Patty Allen 
Linda Carlson, Sandy Schwartz, Dr. Smith, Karen Lewis, Nani* 
Picatti, Marti Mueller. 

Fifty freshman women are tapped each spring for Spurs, 
service honorary for sophomore women. They are selecte 
on the basis of activities, scholarship, leadership, and cha 
acter; and during the year these girls are kept busy wit 
many activities and projects. These include the Registn 
tion Ball, ushering, Spur-O-Grams, a Scroll Breakfast hor 
oring the top ten freshman women scholastically, Songfesl 
joint activities with the IK’s, and a work day at Cam 
Easter Seal. 











ROW 1: Chris Drinkard, Marsha MacQuarrie, Andrea Miskoski, 
Gloria Davis, Dr. Smith, Tovi Rohlke, Barb Wilson, Dolores Max¬ 
well, Karla Beck, Sue Tilley. ROW' 2: Pat Torney, Sue Iddings, 
Sandy Whitten, Jan Paine, Kit Kearns, Sue Ormiston, Jeannie Taber, 
Sybil Arges, Diane Lillywhite, Marti Mueller, Patty Allen, Jan Hyde, 


Jean Callahan, Gail Williams. ROW 3: Bev Trump, Diane LeCIar 
Diane Banks, Judy Duckworth, Mary Kao, Penny Parmenter, Kt 
Stritmatter, Nancy Picatti, Pat Bemis, Bonnie Seipp, Marsha Wi 
Hams, Bonnie Natsuhara. 


198 

















ROW 1: Jim Favre, Richard Allen, Will Halpin, Dan Kain, Eugene 
Sakai, Dick Lahti, Greg Johnson, Dave Price, Buck Arbuckle, Mike 
Gay, Jerry Harms, Dennis Weaver, Bill Towne, Warren Anderson, 
Steve Mathison, Jim Anderson, Jim Waddle, Boh Ludwig. ROW 2: 
Mark Peretti, Jim Ridlington, Richard Sliute, Gary Berg, Wynn Ray¬ 
mond, Chuck Aanenson, Jim Anshutz, Steve Ruark, Gordon Randall, 
Steve Porter, Chuck Doland, Vigo Anderson, John Miller, Glenn 


INiedermeyer, Alan Fritzhcrg, Boh Slind, Chuck Kalin. Joe Carter. 
ROW 3. Boh Tommervik, Fred Miller, Jim Spindor, Boh Bergman. 
Heiko Volkmann, Mike Kemp, Paul Stevens, Bill Johnson, John 
Coulteliard, Philip Smith, Dave Kludt. Danny Gettman, Greg Sell tu¬ 
rner, Gary Swenson, Ray Willms, Joe Barrigas, Roger Lampilt. John 
Howell, Boh Stevens, Paul Alley. 


IK’s 


Steve Porter 
PRESIDENT 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— ROW 1: Gordon Randall. Boh Wright. 
ROW 2: Cliuek Doland, Steve Porter. 


Founded in 1922, the Cougar Guard Chapter of Intercol¬ 
legiate Knights is a sophomore service honorary dedicated 
to loyalty to the Alma Mater. The original organization 
derived its name from one of its first duties, guarding the 
college mascot. Butch 1. At the 1963 National Convention 
of IK’s the Cougar Guard Chapter was given an award for 
the best chapter in the nation. 




















Alpha Psi 


ROW 1: Dale Schott, Frank W. Meiwald, Milton M. Beck, Janies 
Bryant, Gene Nesbitt, Jerry Pospisil, Leroy Jacques, Warren Mc¬ 
Cormick, Bernard Thurlow, Leo Reyes, Donald Dixon. ROW 2: 


Solon Withers, Bob Kane, Art Meeker, Dan Yturraspe, Jan Bartels, 
Dave Renquisl, Charles Strange, Steven Weishroth, Fletcher Hahn, 
Lloyd Dillingham. 


Alpha Psi is a national scholastic honorary for students 
and faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Selection for mem¬ 
bership is based on the scholastic record of the individual 
after admission to the College of Veterinary Medicine. 
An annual spring breakfast and the annual banquet and 
dance honoring new members are the main social activi¬ 
ties. 


Through the efforts of the Student AVMA, well qualified 
speakers have been able to participate in the monthly 
meetings. The Association sends delegates to the annual 
AVMA convention, provides educational displays at the 
Washington State Fair and assists in the Veterinary Short 
Course held each spring on the WSU campus. 



AVMA - Juniors 


ROW 1: Elden R. Doser, Bruce Friend, Dwight Edwards, Allan 
Furr, Charles Martin, Ivan Jacques, C. R. Leach, Michael Lein- 
weber, Leonard Eldridge, John Mitten, Thomas Carey, Loren Rol¬ 
ler, Phillip Oghurn. ROW 2: Warren Ahnell, Guy Tucker, Dan 


Yturraspe, Larry Williams, Don Olson, William Burris, Dave Ren- 
quist, Mike Harrington, Jan Bartels, Bob Kane, Solon Withers, 
Henry Fanelli. 


200 













AVMA - Sophomores 



ROW Is Sue Lubrecht, Pat Frailey, Jim Smith, Milton Beck, Janies 
Bryant, Edward Johnson, Jan Austin, Mike Hougan, Jerry Pospisil, 
Gene Nesbitt, Gary Schmid, Don Anderson, Dallas Thompson, Ben 
Braat, Larry Wiseman. ROW 2: Les Perry, Charles McLaughlin, 


Charles R. Root, Ron Sande, William J. Briskey, Pete Davis, Robert 
Jack, Raymond Klemp, Joel Jern, Brad Malone, Del Orchard, 
Dallas Horton, Charles W. Watson, Wayne Pruitt, Art Meeker, 
Terry Cosgrove. 


Student Chapter AVMA meetings are held twice monthly, 
and all veterinary students are eligible for membership. 
The Association sponsors the Veterinary Open House. 
Other functions include participation in social and ath¬ 
letic events, operation of the JAVMA Instrument Com¬ 
pany, Veterinary Choir, and the annual Freshman Ban¬ 
quet. 


The purpose of the Student Chapter AVMA is to provide 
the veterinary students of WSU with a means by which 
they may function as a group. In so doing they contribute 
effectively to campus activities of the parent organization, 
the American Veterinary Medical Association and its 
affiliates. 



AVMA - Freshmen 


ROW 1: Dennis Savage, Duane Olsen, M. A. Creel, Curtis Bartz, 
Willard Becker, Nancy Kowall, Mark Christensen, Jan Siks, Jerry 
Williams, George Kennedy, Harry Christensen, Jim Easley, Alex¬ 
ander Ojerio, Joan Sprow, Sally Lester. ROW 2: Edward A. Scott, 
Jim Cook, Robert Myers, Robert Sturm, Raymond Hamilton, Gale 
Jellum, Jim Curtis, M. Tressler, Galen Wedin, Morgan Rapp, Allen 


Wesselius, Alfred Roesler, Ronald Higginbotham, Barrie Grant. 
ROW 3: Jerry Jackson, Tom Madlener, Marty Plone, Bob Olds, 
Kent Lindsey, Norm Rantanen, Mike Phipps, Norm Anderson, Paul 
Ahrens, Roger Grossman, Thomas Carlson, Michael G. Mason, Gary 
L. Miller, Hans E. Flatla. 


201 










Rho Chi 



ROW 1: Theodore Sokoloski, Dick Nelson, Helen Rowland, Jim Arthurs, Dilip Bhatia, Haaken Bang. ROW 2: Charles F. Mastin, R. Keith 
Campbell, Robert V. James, J. Keith Guillory, Ron Becker, Anil Parulkar, M. R. Gibson. 


Rho Chi Society is a national pharmaceutical honorary 
composed of senior and graduate pharmacy students, 
practicing pharmacists and faculty. Its fundamental ob¬ 
jective is to promote the advancement of pharmacy 
through the encouragement and recognition of sound 
scholarship. Membership is restricted to those who have 
attained high academic achievement. Epsilon chapter is 
active in sponsoring several seminars dealing with impor¬ 
tant aspects of pharmacy, giving its annual scholarship 
and in sponsoring prominent lecturers on campus. 


Lambda Kappa Sigma is the professional pharmacy hon¬ 
orary for women in pharmacy. It is now an international 
organization with a chapter in Canada. A dinner dance 
with Kappa Psi is held in the spring, a scholar-award 
to a junior woman and a sale of lab jackets are the main 
activities. The honorary seeks to stimulate an active in¬ 
terest in the pharmaceutical profession. 


Lambda Kappa Sigma 



ROW 1: Kaye Snyder, Gwen Oldenburg, Julia Puterbaugh, Pal Krogh, Celia Larson. ROW 2: Janet Long, Joan Rolirback, Helen Rowland, K. 
Gayle Hardin, Joan Downing, Jackie Anderson. 















Kappa Psi 



• # § • A ■ ^ • 


ROW 1: Gary Marr, Nick Proctor, Robert Roberts, John Oftebro, 
Tom Siron, Sam Deliganis, Jim Wernz, Robert Bachelder, Roland 
Bombino, Jim Arthurs, Armand Ahrendt, Larry Dixon, Dick De- 
Graaf, Jim Els. ROW 2: Keith Campbell, Alfred O. Cole, Victor 
L. Swan, Mike Scheurich, David Repp, Raymond Jones, Steve John¬ 
son, Gerald Danquist, John Richeson, Dick Sherwood, Randy Col¬ 


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lins. Si Johnson, Frank Nichols, Ken Jasman. ROW 3: Robert V. 
James, David Stanley, Robert A. Thompson, Bert Hathaway, Mike 
Kemp, Jim Whealdon, Jim Harvison, Ron Becker, Dave Kieffer, 
Jerry Braun, Will Anderson, Bob Scheidtmann, Bill Labberton, 
Mike Standley, Dale Robinson, M. R. Gibson. 


Kappa Psi is a national pharmaceutical fraternity which 
directs its efforts toward furthering activities related to 
the profession of pharmacy. Regular meetings are cen¬ 
tered around programs presenting topics of interest to 
the profession. The fraternity also functions as a service 
organization to the College of Pharmacy. Activities spon¬ 
sored by Kappa Psi include several luncheons, sale of 
state board examinations, two awards for scholastic ex¬ 
cellence, a chapter scholarship, and the Apothecary Ball. 


The purpose of the Student Branch of the American 
Pharmaceutical Association is to encourage in the broad¬ 
est and most liberal manner the advancement of pharmacy 
as a science and as a profession, especially in fostering 
education in matters involving pharmacy in all its 
branches and aiding in promoting public health and wel¬ 
fare. The major projects of the year are sponsoring the 
annual Pharmacy Mix, Open House and the Senior Hon¬ 
ors Banquet. 


American Pharmaceutical Association 



ROW 1: K. Ku, J. Ying, J. Long, J. Rohrback, J. Anderson, L. 
Berilla, G. Oldenburg, J. Downing, J. Hostikka, G. Hardin, H. 
Rowland, J. Puterbaugh, S. Buergler, C. Larson, L. Wheeler, K. 
Coghlan, P. Krogh, P. McIntyre, S. Richeson, H. Bang. ROW 2: 
D. Nelson, K. McDermid, S. Pai, R. Roberts, J. Oftebro, T. Siron, 
S. Deliganis, D. Witten, B. Wherry, J. Wernz, J. Loney, R. Bom¬ 
bino, J. Arthurs, A. Ahrendt, L. Dixon, D. DeGraaf, J. Els, R. 


Bayman, G. Fast. ROW 3: B. Kelley, K. Campbell, A. Alexander, 
M. Scheurich, D. Repp, S. Johnson, G. Danquist, D. Sherwood, 
S. Johnson, F. Nichols, K. Jasman, G. Weber, G. Fletcher. ROW 
4: R. James, R. Thompson, B. Hathaway, M. Kemp, J. Whealdon, 
J. Harvison, R. Becker, D. Kieffer, J. Braun, W. Anderson, B. 
Scheidtmann, B. Labberton, M. Standley, D. Robinson. 















Sigma Tau 



ROW Is Terry Slaton, Kenneth Waters, Max Deardorff, Isaiah 
Ogwuru, Charles Mohr, Fred Appel, Lee Stefanakos, Hugh Kaiser, 
Tom Kimball, Gary Hyde, Gary Prescott, Olusegun Adedeji. ROW 
2: Jon Ziegler, Dennis Cearlock, Bobby Meeks, Bob Shaw, Dave 
Billingsley, Don Felgenhauer, Dennis Delzer, Haluk Tayse, Charles 


Brooks, Douglas Partridge, Chuck Fischer, Ed Lebert. ROW 3: 
Roger McMillan, Mike Allert, Ray Mosher, Martin Snoey, Max 
Steinke, Bert Pence, Wade Lundstrom, James Braden, John Zim¬ 
merman, Robert Anderson, Dave Curtis, John Gilbert, Bill Blanton, 
Bob Green. 


Sigma Tau is one of the two engineering honoraries on 
campus. Its purpose is to recognize the outstanding 
scholastic achievements of the upperclassmen in the Col¬ 
lege of Engineering. A junior or senior in engineering 
may become a member if he ranks in the upper third of his 
class, satisfies certain requirements of sociability and 
practicality, and is approved by the membership of the 
organization. 


Tau Beta Pi is a national engineering honorary whose 
purpose is to recognize and encourage superior scholar¬ 
ship and personal integrity as undergraduates and alumni 
in the field of engineering. Each semester new members 
are selected from the top fifth of the senior class and the 
top eighth of the junior class. Each spring five top sopho¬ 
mores are selected and awarded certificates and a plaque 
of recognition. 


Tau Beta Pi 



ROW 1: Roger C. Bell, Frank Densmore, Tom Kimball, Ed Lebert, 
Max H. Deardorff, Jerry Williams, Jay Roberts, David M. Scott, Ken 
Maulden, Richard Erickson, Ray Maxson, Gary Hyde, Gary Pres¬ 
cott, Kenneth Waters. ROW 2: Chuck Mohr, Dennis Delzer, Paul 
G. Beck, Tom Strickland, John Trzil, Albert Powell, Don Felgen¬ 


hauer, Michael Allert, William A. Flatt, Dave Billingsley, Hugh W. 
Kaiser, John Barber. ROW 3: John Giboney, John F. Gilbert, 
Roger K. McMillan, Daryl B. Wall, Ray Mosher, Bert Pence, R. 
Grant Rowe, Max Steinke, Robert Kennedy, Henry Burger, Douglas 
Partridge, Ron Childs. 


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Scarab 



ROW 1: Frank Densmore, R. IN. Lynch, Joseph Huang, Eugene 
Wheeler, Philip Rude. ROW 2: Raul Fonda, C. Daniel Swain, Leroy 
Hansen, Lawrence Sinkey, Toni Sagerser, Bob Shaw, Brent Ekvall, 


Hugh Kaiser. ROW' 3: John L. Jackson, Roland Colliander, Dennis 
Wilde, Gary Tisdale, Max Steinke, Robert Kennedy. Terry C. Har¬ 
grave, Alan J. Beard. 


Scarab is a professional architectural fraternity. Its goals 
lead to a broader knowledge of architecture, architectural 
engineering, landscape architecture and the allied arts. 
Scarab sponsors several lectures on architecture and the 
allied arts, participates in the annual national convention, 
and takes part in the publication of its Hieratic magazine. 


Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers is the 
professional electrical engineering society. It is the larg¬ 
est professional engineering society in the world today. 
The student chapter at Washington State University is set 
up to acquaint the electrical engineering students wdth 
the field of electrical engineering. 


IEEE 



ROW 1: Jay Roberts, Chuck Doland, Alfred Flechsig, Richard 
Turner, Douglas Partridge, Donald Hasting, Paul L. Dodd. ROW 7 
2: William G. Jahns, Larry Gerhardstein, Gerald Mitchelniore, Don 
Felgenhauer, Gary Rich, Bob Mahan, Bryan E. Lowe. ROW 3: 


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Dave Angstrom, W 7 illiain A. Flail, Donald IN. Pontsler, Frank W ; . 
Brands, John L. Pittman, F. Beekley Chew, Linley F. Guinin, Tom 
Kimball. 










AlChE 



ROW 1: Antoine Hakim, Bob Koch, Donn Ennis, Fred Christiansen, 
Jeff Brown, Ken Brown. ROW 2: Howard Olsen, Paul Petersdorf, 
Jeff Parker, John Zimmerman, Robert Luedeking, Louis Grande, 


Phil LaMont. ROW 3: Courtney McGregor, J. D. Birge, John Gib- 
oney, John Marvin, Bill Blanton, Doug Irvine, Dennis Armstrong, 
Marlin D. Robinson. 


The student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers seeks to promote the professional development 
of students in chemical engineering. Speakers are regular 
features of meetings and several field trips to points of 
engineering interest are taken each year. Annual regional 
conferences and the engineering open house are addi¬ 
tional features. 


The objective of the student chapter of the American In¬ 
stitute of Mining Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers 
is to acquaint the students with their professional organ¬ 
ization. The organization sponsors guest speakers in order 
to keep the students abreast of the latest innovations in 
their respective fields of endeavor. The annual Engineer¬ 
ing Open House and an annual joint meeting with the 
student chapter at the University of Idaho are the major 
activities. 


AIME 



ROW 1: Bob McCord, Dave Shefner, Thakorlal Patel, Larry Clark, Reinhardt, Robert O’neil, John E. Green, Jon McKee, John Trzil, 

Cory INelsen, Ken Erickson, Bob Wheaton, Richard W'arner, Tim David L. Olson, Kailash Joshi. 

Hackett. ROW 2: Ron Miller, Dave Cooley, Warren Adams, Walter 

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ROW 1: Bob Newbill, Gary Prescott, R. S. Opie, Jack R. Michael, 
Ed Lebert, Paul Pazooki, Rich Perteet, Mike Pontius, Michael 
Biggs, Olu Adedeji. ROW 2: David Scully, Roy Abelson, Douglas 
Head, Dennis Cearlock, Mike Allcrt, Chuck Williamson, Ivan Driv- 

Student chapters of the American Society of Civil Engi¬ 
neers perform the function of rounding out the college’s 
professional training. They are established to help civil 
engineering students enrich their college courses by pro¬ 
fessional contacts and associations. 


er, Fred Heany, Charles Tudor, Dave Dahmen, D. L. Bender. ROW 
3: John Wheeler, Chuck Campbell, Myron Hillman, William Lar¬ 
kin, Martin Wilson, Tom Cook, Chuck Washburn, Joel Griffith, 
Gary Kirk, Ray Bloom, Roger Whitney, Duke Campbell. 

The purpose of American Society of Mechanical Engi¬ 
neers includes the advancement and dissemination of 
knowledge of the theory and practice of mechanical en¬ 
gineering. It seeks to promote a professional awareness 
and fellowship and gives the student the opportunity to 
keep abreast of current technical developments. This year 
WSlJ’s ASME section was host to a very successful Re¬ 
gional Convention attended by ME students from other 
universities throughout the Pacific Northwest. 


ASME 



ROW 1: Walter Ctirrah, Isaiah Ogwuru, Mike Zaha, Dennis Can¬ 
non, Larry Kimble, Richard Baur, Charles Mohr, Ronald Pare, 
John Barber, John Kaputa, Terry Slaton, Orville Gibbons. ROW 


2: Jack Swaisgood, John Tilden, Thomas Strickland, Haluk Taysi, 
Martin Snoey, Bill Croker, Russ Berg, Roger McMillan, David 
Clem, Stan King, Ken Benson. 


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ROW 1: A1 Cummins, Will Vincent, Frank Wesselius, C. Alan Petti- Kincaid. ROW 3: Dave Schreiber, Van E. Jacobson, Roger Lybecker, 

bone, Albert Verschaeve, Richard Krause. ROW 2: Dean Renner, Dave Billingsley, Albert Powell, Gary M. Hyde, Kbalid Pervez. 

Richard Boeve, King Phelps, J. B. Simpson, Gerald Lenssen, Dennis 



Mike Howell showing June Roberts the trophy and plaque 
he received for the outstanding student paper at the Pacific 
Northwest section meeting. 


The student branch of ASAE seeks to provide for students 
interested in agricultural engineering, insight into and as-: 
sociation with the professional side of his chosen career. 
Invited speakers, field trips, participation in the annual 
Pacific Northwest Section convention, and the college open! 
house are included in the group’s activities. 


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Dave Billingsley, president, and C. Alan Pettibone, advisor, showing June 
Roberts the trophies for the outstanding student branch of ASAE. 


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INITIATES: Fred F. Barrett, Ernst W. Baur, Don¬ 
ald A. Bendor, Abdur Rehnian Chowdhry, Wyatt 
W. Cone, Vernon D. Danisleegt, Martin S. Favero, 
Edith Froese-Gertzen, Louis W. Getzin, Keizo 
Hayashiya, Henry R. Homann, Glen L. Hower, 
Mohanied R. Jainudeen, Stuart H. Laurie, David 
R. Lindsay, Shin-Iehi Mikami, Anilkuniar P. Parul- 
kar, Kenneth Peacoek, Ellis R. Peterson, Donald 
E. Proctor, Jack D. Rogers, KennetJi H. Russell, 
Jose G. Shdo, Peter P.Sikorowski, Mostafa M. Soli- 
man, Yutaka Taliara, Roger D. Willett, Everett R. 
Wolford. 


Sigma Xi 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Dr. Noe Higinbolham, Dr. Roy E. Tinney, Dr. Joseph 
W. Mills, Dr. Charles W. McNeil, Dr. Romeo R. Legaull, Dr. Mary Rose Gram. 


Sigma Xi is an honorary scientific society. Its purposes 
are to encourage original investigations in the pure and 
applied natural sciences, namely the physical sciences, 
the life and agricultural sciences, the medical sciences, 
the earth sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Elec¬ 
tion to the Society of undergraduate and graduate students 
and of professional scientists is based on demonstrated 
ability in some area of research. 


Pi Tau Iota is a local honorary recognizing premedical 
and predental students for their high scholastic perform¬ 
ance. Monthly meetings present movies and speakers 
describing topics of interest to its members. Field trips to 
various hospitals in eastern Washington and participation 
in the “Science Open House” round out the activities of 
the students. New members are tapped during the spring 
semester. 


Pi Tau lota 



ROW 1: Karl Maki, Jim Roberts, Jack Wands, Paul Stevens, Jim McDonald, John Batjer, John Miller. ROW 2: Terry Ball. Fred Lilt, (.buck 
Lambson, Ron Helm, Frank F'innigan, H. L. Eastlick, Pat Burns, Lowell Mauglian, Jack Courrier. 


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Beta Gamma Sigma 


ROW 1: Jerry McNaul, James Thummel, Chris Marker, Miclieal Allert, Alan Steiger, Carol Jean Macy. ROW 2: John Byrne, Fred Shaw, 
Miehael Lampton, Bert Pence, Bill Willard, Shaikh Ghazanfar, Del Jones. 


Beta Gamma Sigma is a national scholastic honor society 
whose purpose is to encourage and reward scholarship 
and accomplishment among students of commerce and to 
foster integrity in the conduct of business operations. 
Members are chosen from the upper ten per cent of the 
senior class in the College of Economics and Business, 
the upper four per cent of the junior class, and the upper 
20 per cent of the graduate students. 


Alpha Kappa Psi, the national professional business fra¬ 
ternity at WSU, has various projects and activities during 
the year. The familiar desk blotter distributed throughout 
the campus is the major project. An annual field trip is 
taken each spring by the members. Two initiation ban¬ 
quets are held during the year. The Alpha Kappa Psi 
Scholarship Key and Certificate are awarded each year 
to the outstanding senior in Business Administration. 


Alpha Kappa Psi 



ROW 1: Dave Williams, John Camp, Bob Sanderson, Bill Norm, 
Jerry Wernz, Michael Vance, Ralph McMillan, Clyde Christie, 
Johnny Mackovich, Richard Passage, Paul Bodeau, Gordon Cole, 
Bill Hamm, Bill Sieg. ROW 2: Garith Krause, Dennis Lum, John 


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Currie, Ron Beck, David H. Smith, Jan H. Hoivik, Joe Matthews, 
Dale B. Welton, Harvey Fisher, Larry Buckley, John Osgood, Ken 
Miller, Howard Cornutt. 













Phi Chi Theta 



ROW Is Roberta Kissling, Margaret Linnan, Carol Delbridge, Gretchen Collins, Linda Barmuta, Beverly Bain. ROW 2: Kristy Knickrehm, 
Ruth Landstrom, Rita Brackenbush, Carol Bowman, Marilyn Shippey, Cathy Maki, Linda Powell. 


•Phi Chi Theta is a national business fraternity for women. 
Its purpose is to promote the cause of higher business 
Jeducation for all women. The membership is chosen from 
women students in the College of Business Administra¬ 
tion and Economics who have completed three semesters 
of regular college work and have maintained at least a 
2.5 grade point average. 


SAM, dedicated to the promotion and advancement of 
management, brings together business-oriented students, 
interested in management, with business executives and 
managers to exchange information on problems, policies 
and methods of management. SAM’s activities include 
meetings, discussions with speakers from business and 
industry, company tours, an annual banquet and an award 
to the outstanding student of management for the year. 
SAM is a national organization composed of 203 univer¬ 
sity chapters and 78 senior professional chapters. 


Society for Advancement 

of Management 



ROW 1: Linda Barmuta, David L. Dahlin, Bryce J. Herbst, Barbara 
Wade, William F. Parisio, Tony B. Adsley, Shirley Thoniassen, 
Wesley J. Bentz, Rex G. Bachman. ROW 2: Nancy Camp, Marvin 
Schnaible, Ronald Hoover, John Cardwell, Stuart H. Lloyd, Jerry 


Madden, Steve Brilling, Charles C. Smith, Darwin Simpson. ROW 
3: Dale R. Erickson, Ross Anderson, Jim Johnson, Jim Felber, 
Ted F. Nelson, Ray B. Turner, Avery Willis, Delbert F. Hunt, 
Melvin Robbins, Eugene Schlatter. 


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Sigma Delta Chi 



ROW 1: Tom Sowers, Chuck Ashmun, Fred Zerza, Don Butler, Dave Brown, Mike Wilson, Rod Robert, Sam Eskenazi. ROW 2: Pat Bushey, 
Ron Koch, Joe Simmons, George Murdock, Art Eekman, Gary Petersen, Bob White, Duane Borovec, Joe Zaspel. 


Sigma Delta Chi is a professional men’s journalism so¬ 
ciety. It raised funds last year with its 10th annual SDX 
Activities Calendar. During the last year the chapter 
jointly hosted the seventh annual Pacific Northwest SDX 
Conference with the University of Idaho. Top journalists 
from the Northwest attended and Jack Anderson was the 
featured speaker. The chapter also sent a delegate to the 
national SDX convention in Norfolk, Virginia. 


Theta Sigma Phi is a professional fraternity for women 
in journalism and related fields of communications. One 
of Alpha Zeta Chapter’s main activities is a fall talent 
show, Theta Sig Extras. A Matrix Table Banquet is held 
in the spring to honor those women who have distinguished 
themselves in the communications fields. A woman of 
achievement from Pullman is also named. 


Theta Sigma Phi 



ROW 1: Punkey Jean Heaberlin, Mary Walsh, Jan Frender, Mary Sullivan, Elsa Troeh, Kathy Keatley, Anna Erickson. 
















Alpha Epsilon Rho 



And for my next number . . . 


Alpha Tau Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Rho, established in 
1957, brings together undergraduates who contribute and 
prosper in the Radio and Television program at WSU. The 
chapter sponsors an annual “Radio-TV Day” when broad¬ 
casters from throughout the state gather with students to 
discuss current problems in the industry. 



tOW 1: Duane Borovec, Gail Martin, Art Eckman. ROW 2: Don Butler, Mike Sexson, Tom Sowers. 


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Sigma lota 



ROW 1: Curtis Nakayama, Sue Riddell, JoAnn Thompson, Gretchen 
Collins, George Kniekrehm, Fred R. Shaw, Larry Hammer, Susan 
Shaw. ROW 2: Jim Robertson, Larry Peterson, Bruce Mumford, 
Merrick Leckey, F. Janies Olson, Richard Carman, Jon Sjolander, 
Dennis Weaver. ROW 3: Tom Allen, Ken Murray, Stephen Thiel, 


Gerald Weller, Allen Saari, Denny Carswell, Roger Johnson, Dennc 
Rutherford, Joseph T. Bradley. ROW 4: Roger Hamilton, Harriso 
Spiegelberg, Kenneth McKee, Steve Nygren, Bruce Moore, Joe 1 
Nye, William C. Bull, John Meeske, Jon Rhoads, Larry Brown. 



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iLHOTt 


Sigma Iota, Society of Innkeepers fraternity, functions < 
a working group of students preparing for managemei 
positions in the hotel, restaurant and club industry. Ear 
year the group selects from nation-wide nominations » 
National Hotel Salesman of the Year. The award winner 
chosen for his outstanding ability to bring business to h 
hotel as well as his participation in community businek 
affairs. The 1964 winner, Mr. George Smith, is Director c 
Sales at the Adolphus Hotel, Dallas, Texas. He was gue 
of honor at the Sigma Iota Annual Banquet and was pr| 
sented with the award trophy at the annual “Bellhop.” j 



Four years of college and I finally got a job. 


George Smith, National Hotel Salesman of the Year, is pre¬ 
sented his award. 


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Alpha Kappa Delta 



ROW 1: John D. Lillywhite, Sheila Cosminsky, Mona Lissa, Kathy 
Neal, Marjorie McConaughy, Janet Abrams, Joanne Swanson, Carol 
Price, Karen Holtberg, Parvez A. Wakil, Bhopinder S. Bolaria. 
ROW 2: W. Beasley, Donald A. Gibbs, Joel B. Montague, Jr., 
Janies D. McMillin, Kay Ganson, Barbara Ratcliff, Margaret Jacob¬ 


sen, Nancy Ramsey, Mary Madson, Steve Morical, Blaine Price, 
William E. Haney. ROW 3: Stanley Guinn, Alan F. Jensen, Noel 
T. Vaughn, Nicholas Sofios, James Short, Terence H. Ethridge, 
Lloyd H. Torgerson, Milton A. Maxwell, Eugene Erickson, Jim 
Baenen, William D. McWilliams. 


Alpha Kappa Delta is a democratic, non-secret, organiza¬ 
tion dedicated to the scientific study of social phenomena 
for the promotion of human welfare. To become eligible 
for membership a student must have exhibited above aver¬ 
age scholastic ability and must carry a sociology major 
or minor. Throughout the academic year the chapter 
sponsors an occasional coffee hour for visiting dignitaries 
in the social sciences. 


Alpha Phi Sigma is a national police science honorary 
begun on this campus in 1941. Its objectives are to asso¬ 
ciate persons who are actively engaged in collegiate prep¬ 
aration for professional police service; to keep abreast of 
the advances in scientific research and to establish in the 
public mind the benefit and necessity of professional 
police training. Each year the organization co-sponsors 
the Police Science Open House. 


Alpha Phi Sigma 



Gerald R. Harter, Terence H. Ethridge. Richard Lee, Visut Kitti- 
vatana, Dennis Derr. 


ROW 1: Daryl DeGood, Kathy Ferrell, Tom McDowell, Jim Hooker, 
F. M. Fabian, Lloyd H. Torgerson, Sara McConnell, Darrell Pepper. 
ROW 2: Richard L. Stevens, Melvin Fortems, Milton V. Johnson, 


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ROW 1: Keith Peterson, Ken McDermid, Dennis Guillaume, Shar¬ 
on Mills, Charles Telford, Judith Harris, Sandra Click, Gerry 
Keller. ROW 2: Janet Fraley, Betty Garrett, Allen Porter, Mike 

Mu Beta chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon is a collegiate chap¬ 
ter of the International Music Sorority in the professional 
field, having as its purpose the advancement of music in 
America, the promotion of musicianship and scholarship, 
loyalty to the Alma Mater and the development of a true 
sisterhood. Mu Beta’s main function is a Tasting Bee in 
the spring. The proceeds of this go for three scholarships 
to girls majoring or minoring in music. Mu Beta members 
also participate in musical activities on this campus. 


Wiggins, Darryl Beers, Paul Atwood, Carol Pearson, Margaret 
Dezell. ROW 3: Max McKee, Ian Edlund, Don MacDowell, Norm 
Smith, Art Hawn, Gary Ferguson, Dave Earling, Nancy Telford. 

Delta Phi Delta, national fine arts honorary, stimulates 
higher scholarship among college students while promot¬ 
ing a greater interest in and professional attitude towards 
art. Each spring during Mothers’ Weekend the organiza¬ 
tion sponsors an auction featuring student work in pot¬ 
tery, jewelry and sculpture, as well as drawing and paint¬ 
ing. Delta Phi Delta also hosts other functions throughout 
the year for the purpose of developing a closer student- 
faculty relationship and to stimulate interest in the or¬ 
ganization among freshmen. 



ROW 1: Ralph B. Croston, Judy Bell, Chris Sline, Mary Windnagle Linda L. Lyon, Norman J. Taylor, Gaylen C. Hansen, Kathie 

Hopf, Donna Dacy, Louise Kodis, Nicole Taflinger, Vicki Reilly. Uddenberg. 

ROW 2: Barbara Wands, Dede Martin, Buck Adams, Lary Brown, 

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Industrial Arts Club 



ROW 1: John Pinkley, Daryl Click, Chuck Collins, Ronald O’Neal, Swanson, R. E. Kuhl, Steve Kann, Bruce McDonald, George Bettas, 

Loren Breiland, George Coleman. ROW 2: Steve Johnson, Sid Paul Johnson. 


The Industrial Arts Club has dedicated itself to providing 
its members with educational experiences that are not 
obtainable through classwork, along with the development 
of leadership and cultural knowledge. Field trips, guest 
speakers, or educational movies are presented at each 
meeting. Work in preparation for an open house on 
Mothers’ Weekend and the publication of the Industrial 
Arts Newsletter have also provided educational experi¬ 
ences that may confront teachers. 


WSU’s student chapter of the National Society of Inte¬ 
rior Designers is the only recognized student chapter in 
Washington. NSID represents the interior design profes¬ 
sion and promotes through education the professional, 
personal and business welfare of its members. All stu¬ 
dents after completing one year in the major of interior 
design studies are eligible for student membership in 
NSID. Under the sponsorship of the Pacific Northwest 
International chapter, the Society participates in an an¬ 
nual spring field trip to professional design studios in 
Seattle. 


National Society of Interior Designers 



ROW 1: Carol Nelson, Donna J. Dacy, Mary Windnagle Hopf, 
Linda Suryan, Joanne F. Ham, Michael Browning, Diane Rhodes, 
Nancy McGillis, Lorraine Cain, Ann Eide, Roberta Pfafman, Janet 
Ott. ROW 2: Janet K. Smith, Dian Hodges, Jayne Rucker, Lucile 


Carter, Dorothy Campbell, Lyman T. Johnson, Lane Stevens, Car¬ 
ole J. Mace, Donavon Harris, Sharry Krom, Judy Baxter, Cynthia 
Cammack. 


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Phi Delta Kappa 



ROW 1: Bryson Jaynes, Jack Hoover, Edwin Baxter, Carl Stegman, Louk, Janies L. Milne, Frank Price, Lloyd B. I rdal, Janies W agner, 

Oscar Gladish, William Crawford. ROW 2: Robert Hanson, Earnest Rod Enos, Jim Lnndberg. 


Phi Delta Kappa is an international professional frater¬ 
nity for men in education. Members are classroom teach¬ 
ers, administrators, college and university professors 
representing research and teaching interests in all areas. 
In Phi Delta Kappa, they find a fellowship based on 
common interests and ideals. 


Pi Lambda Theta is a national education honorary. Its 
members are composed of graduate and undergraduate 
women and teachers. Juniors and seniors with a 3.2 GPA 
may be tapped. A scholarship is awarded at the Spring 
Tea honoring sophomore women in education. Meetings 
are of a professional interest to the group’s members. 


Pi Lambda Theta 




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ROW 1: Judith Harris, Sharon Vogt Campbell, Cathy Fanning, 
Sharon Natsuhara, Lynda DeFeyter, Martha Eyer, Sharon Leigh, 
Marilyn Dietzman, Judy Ness, Betty McCoy, Anne Gentry, Mary 
Trowbridge, Carol Frodesen. ROW 2: Terry Whiting, Jan Jamar, 


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Roberta Burdick, Margy Easli, Marilyn Kimble, Linda LaVigne, 
Kathy Black, Rita A. Robison, Deanna M. Lindberg, Penny Nail, 
Tammie Sweeney, Sharel Murphy, Betty White, Lin Adamson. 















ROW 1: Jim Morehouse, Blair Barner, Ned Shafer, Bill Streeter, Sweeney, Dave McAboy, Bob McClintick. ROW 3: Jim Beard, Tom 

Gail Pintler. ROW 2: Gary Coleman, Glenn Baker, Bill Cook, Chuck Kelley, Richard Snyder, Sieve Simmons, Jim Paton, Tom Roth. 



Phi Epsilon Kappa 


Phi Epsilon Kappa is a national honorary for male stu¬ 
dents and teachers of physical education. It was founded 
in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1913 and inspired by the 
need for an active professional organization dedicated to 
the promotion of physical education. The primary objec¬ 
tive of Phi Epsilon Kappa is the promotion of the highest 
standards among teachers of health, physical education 
and recreation. 


The major purpose of PEM Club is to promote a more 
professional attitude among majors and minors in the 
Women’s Department of Physical Education, including 
pre-physical therapy and recreation students. Monthly 
meetings are devoted to professional topics. In addition, 
the club sponsors a Fall Outing, a Kidnap Breakfast, a 
Caroling Party, a High School Sports Day, and a Spring 
Picnic as social events to develop closer companionship 
among its members. 


Physical Education Majors 



ROW 1: Mildred Wohlford, Joan Suenaga, Karen Fossum, Linda 
McClellan, Sandy Seney, Mary Jo Leathers, Carol Poppe, Aleeta 
Wright, Ruth Vallandigham, Sandra Sparkman, Georgina Camp, 
Margaret Leslie, Annette Slender, Judy Gray. ROW 2: Judy Baum¬ 
gartner, JoAnne Steblaj, Betty Morehouse, Joan Frese, Sally Swen¬ 
son, Jodie Jensvold, Sara Blake, Janet Venema, Joanne Dixon, 


Barbara Twardus, Ellyn Rittenhouse, Elsie Gill, Leola Russ. ROW 
3: Mary Hansen, Betty Sears, Gayle Douglas, Marge Luther, Susan 
Estvold, Terry Barnard, Linda Erickson, Margaret McCathern, Ann 
Jarvis, Mary Ann Kuhling, Ann Rudrauff, Karen Kreuger, Sharon 
Whitney. 


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Outing Club 



ROW Is Claire Junor, Margie Johnson, Sallie Hudson, Andi Mis- 
koski, Linda Waali, Judy Smoots, Susan Gerritsen, Pat Thomas, Lee 
Farr, G. M. Green, Walt Waggoner, Kay Williams, Daphne Davis. 
ROW 2: Jean Havelka, Micki McMonagle, Sigvard Haglund, Jane 
Adams, Carol Brubaker, Donna Valley, Gini Williams, Dorothy Abel- 
son, Violet Schrock, Gene Feenan, Mike Jensen, Bruce Bargmeyer. 


ROW 3: Butch Swenson, Julie Dickson, Dave Young, Bjornulf Gilje, 
Walt Wruble, Leroy Thomsen, Eric Erickson, Don Grahn, Steve: 
Webster, Ray Wainscott, Tom Luhman, Gary Gronewald. ROW 4: 
Jack Mann, Bob O’Neil, Eric Phillips, Rick Gantner, Alan Andrist^ 
Douglas Bailey, Dwight McCain, Loren Wills, John LeMaster, Tom 
Webb, John Salisbury, Clyde Baker. 



On the summit of Mt. Bachelor, 9300 feet. 

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Outing Club provides a well-rounded schedule of skiing, 
climbing, hiking and just plain fun, catering especially to 
serious enthusiasts of these outdoor activities. The year be¬ 
gan with a picnic at the Snake River and was highlighted 
by the semester break ski trip to Schweitzer Basin, Idaho. 
Special projects included presenting Warren Miller’s ski 
film and sponsoring a five-man ski team. 



Wouldn’t the geology prof, just die if he knew we were roasting his 6000- 
year-old ICHTHYOSAURUS. 
























Gary Stoskopf 
INSTRUCTOR 


Judo Club 



Gary executing uki goshi (major hip throw) on Stan Carey. 


Under the guidance of black belt instructors Jimmy Yo- 
shida and Gary Stoskopf, the Judo Club actively promoted 
sport judo at WSU by conducting beginners’ classes for 
those interested, by performing in the annual Dads’ Day 
Smoker and again during the intermission of the Cougar- 
Husky basketball game. Judo Club also participated in two 
meets this year: the Tacoma Tournament and the Spokane 
Inland Empire Judo Championships. 



1: Ed Woods, Don Thorp, Rick Sebring, Johnny Gillihan, Gary Kresge, Bob Corlelt, Steve Wold, Bill Liu, Mike Williams, Mike 

iruzeau, Stan Carey, A1 Fujii, Gary Stoskopf. ROW 2: George Stevens, Kip Neuscliwanger, Rich Stowell. 














Cougar P.E. Association 



ROW 1j Gail Pintler, Jim Paton, Ned Shafer, Bill Streeter, Bob 
Seims, Bob Maguire, Bob Kannberg. ROW 2: Roy Johnson, Tom 
Roth, Paul Taylor, Robin Larson, Bill Gaydosh, Ed Gause, Dave 
McAboy. ROW 3: Paul Brzoska, John Roberts, Bob Weaver, Glenn 

The Men’s Physical Education Majors’ Club is organized 
for the purpose of getting to know one another better 
through informal means. Guest speakers are heard, and 
every year the majors hold a spaghetti feed with the girls’ 
club. In the spring, athletic awards banquet is of prime 
concern. 


Baker, Jim Beard, Sandy Hamilton, Darrell Matthews. ROW 4: 
John Codington, Chuck Bernasconi, Dick Hostikka, Steve Sim¬ 
mons, Richard Snyder, Gary Coleman, Larry Thompson, Brian 
Beveridge, Bob Vietzke. 

Sigma Kappa Phi, a national honor fraternity for foreign 
language students, was organized in 1921 for the purpose 
of promoting scholarship, knowledge and fellowship. 
Each year members participate in business meetings, ini¬ 
tiation ceremonies and other social events such as the May 
Breakfast. Guest speakers on campus are sponsored as 
well as coffee hours for them. 


Sigma Kappa Phi 



ROW 1: Joan Chase, Cathey Sheehan, Margaret Easton, Sheila Mickey Stroops, Jesse Levitt, Gary Ferguson, Richard Holben, Wil- 

Bowelle, Sally Sundstrom, Judy Johnson, Lois Wicklund, Laurel liam Mech, Gale Vathing, Tim Douglas, Deanna Lindberg, Sue 

Nielsen, Jane Bartholet, Margaret Reed, Judy Walton, Katherine Martin, Susan Wohld, Betty Roberts. 

Harrington, Barbara Morrison. ROW 2: Mary Mech, Jane Alward, ^ 




















Omicron Nu 



ROW 1: Judy S. Johnson, Sheryl Fred, Rita Robison, Lane Stevens, Mary Gallwey, Jackie Harting, Sharon Natsuhara. 


Omicron Nu is the national Home Economics honor soci¬ 
ety. Its purpose is to promote scholarship, leadership and 
research in home economics. Membership is chosen from 
students with a 3.0 GPA who are of junior standing or 
higher in Home Economics. Kappa chapter includes stu¬ 
dent and alumnae members. It makes available informa¬ 
tion on research and the graduate programs and recog¬ 
nizes underclassmen of high scholarship. 


The purposes of the Home Economics Club are to ac¬ 
quaint the members with the professional opportunities 
in home economics, to develop leadership and to contrib¬ 
ute services to the community. As special projects, the 
Club sponsored Dr. Dorothy Lee’s lectures, the Washing¬ 
ton Home Economics Assn. Convention, and spent a week¬ 
end at Camp Easter Seal. The Club is a chapter member 
of the Washington Home Economics Assn, and affiliated 
with the American Home Economics Assn. Membership 
in the Club is the first step towards professional recog¬ 
nition. 


Home Economics Club 



ROW 1: Janet White, Loretta Newman, Loui.se Twilligear, Linda Christianson, Sharon L. Gregg, Joan Riddle, Mary Ann Jacquot, 

Walker, Cathy Fanning, Helen Skrentny, Rose Mary Moulton. ROW Betty Klattenhoff, Cathy Prihar, Gail Botsford. 

2: Carol Pelton, Betsy Blake, Judy Betts, Diane Austinson, Judy 

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Cosmopolitan Club 


ROW 1: Maria Gomez Bello, Esther Lerman, Sadanand Pai, John 
H. G. Waithaka, Abdul Azeez, Dilip Bhatia, Mohamed Ulloh Ho- 
bidy, Saslii B. Tripathy, Barbara Morrison. ROW 2: Charles H. 
Drake, Mrs. Audrey Drake, Zafar Uddin, Mueen Ahsan-Ud Din, 


Noah Lerman, Sliaukai Cbaudbary, Julie Austin, Arlene Butberus, 
Valerie Ulm. ROW 3: Olusegun Jawando, Mrs. Laura Lou Buchan¬ 
an, Farid Ahsan-Ud-Din, Anil Parulkar, M. D. Sliami, Syed Kbalid 
Riaz, M-Aslani-Khamosh, Samuel B. Mompongo, Suresh Arya. 


Cosmopolitan Club, unofficially founded by the Chapmans 
at the turn of the century as a gesture of good will and 
fellowship, was formally organized at WSC in 1910 to 
extend and further these goals. The present membership 
of Cosmopolitan Club boasts representation from over 
thirty different countries. The group meets every Friday 


night at 8. This year’s activities have included programs 
from various areas and countries, panel discussions with 
students and faculty, a trip to the Indian dances at Lap- 
wai, participation in the CUB Arts Fair, the International 
Review for Mothers’ Weekend and a joint sponsored pic¬ 
nic in the spring. 



A Friday evening meeting of Cosmopolitan Club. 


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Hui Hauoli O’Hawaii 




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It says, “Help! I’m being held captive in a Hawaiian poi factory.” 


The Hui Hauoli O’Hawaii was first organized by a group 
of students from Hawaii attending WSU in order to get 
acquainted with one another and to spread the spirit and 
culture of the Islands. Traditional activities include a 
luau and the sale of orchid corsages during Mothers’ 
Weekend. Membership is not limited to students from 
Hawaii. 



lOW 1: Diane Wilson, Rieko Abe, Jean Ness, Jan Maxfield, Joan 
ishi, Shari Coif, Shirley Kodani, Beatrice Murata, Yvonne Kam, 
aurienne Luther, Natalie Pang, Nancy Sato, Kimberly Louie, Audrey 
ima. ROW 2: Geri Nishizawa, Gene Canque, Daniel Smith, Ralph 
oderick, Wally Omori, Russell Wright, Gerry Inouye, Judy Machi- 
uchi, Gerald Ichiki, Alex Ojerio, Jeanette Okinaka, Janis Ruchty, 


Nancy Hood, Mrs. J. W. Hendrix, Mrs. E. W. Greenfield. ROW 3: 
Trey Moran, Yikki Wiggins, Kenneth McKee, Jack Thomas, Paul 
Tanaka, Larry Muramoto, George Johnson, Harrison Spiegeiberg, 
Mike Tang, Doris Oda, Whitlow Au, James Hubbard, Russ Ogawa, 
J. Waller Hendrix, Sandy Finch, Dr. E. W. Greenfield. 


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ROW Is Olusegun Jawando, Robin Wachira, Tony Oyeshiku, Samuel Mompongo, Laura Lou Buchanan, Helmut K. Buechner, Dapo Adene- 
kan, Crispin Kamau, John Waithaka, OIu Adedeji. 


The African Students Union at WSU seeks to promote 
good relations between Americans and its members. 
Through speaking engagements, and whenever possible, 
public displays, its members introduce the African cul¬ 
ture to Americans. The Union works in close cooperation 
with other African Student groups on campuses around 
the Pacific Northwest. Membership is open to all resi¬ 
dents of the WSU community. 


The purposes of this organization are to promote a better 
understanding of India’s philosophy and culture in the 
United States, to promote good will and understanding 
between the US and India, and to foster closer friend¬ 
ship and understanding among its members. Activities 
include get-togethers for all members on occasions of 
Indian festivals and to present entertainment programs 
depicting the cultural and philosophical trends of Indian 
life. 


Indian Students’ Association 



ROW 1: Mrs. George Austin, Mrs. Jagjit Dhesi, Mary Kao, Dawn 
Kendal], Shyamala Iyengar, Nishtha Gill, Jagriti Kumar, Zaheda 
Sajeeulla, Mrs. Swarn Arora. ROW 2: A. S. Aiyar, G. D. Ramaiah, 
S. B. Tripathy, T. J. Patel, Sudhir Kumar, S. S. Dhesi, Dhanendra 
Gupta, G. S. Pandey. ROW 3: Dilip Bhatia, Mukul Asher, Anil 


Parulkar, P. Krishna Mohan Rao, Parvinder Singh, Sadanand Pai, 
G. N. Choudhuri. ROW 4: K. M. Safeeully, Kashmiri L. Arora, 
P. S. Veerabhadrappa, George Austin, Yenkataseshu K. Ganjam, 
Suresh Arya, Kailash Joshi, Somnath Chatterjee. 


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Pakistan Students’ 


Association 



ROW 1: M. A. Barya, Jo Patterson, Khalid Pervez, Abdul Azeez, 
S. Karam Shah, Zafar-Ud-Din, M. A. Rouf. ROW 2: Parvez Wakil, 
M. Salim Zia, Charles D. Campbell, Dorothy Campbell, Ghazi 


Ghazanfar, Shaukat Chaudhary, Judy Miller. ROW 3: Mueen 
Ahsan-Ud-Din, Mushtaq Ahmad Khan, Syed Husainie, M. D. Shami, 
Fuad Ali Butt, Syed Khalid Riaz, Farid Ahsan-Ud-Din. 


The primary objective of the Pakistan Students’ Associa¬ 
tion, Pullman Chapter, is to introduce Pakistan to Amer¬ 
ican people. The Association also assists Pakistani stu¬ 
dents in adjusting to the American way of life. Members 
are invited speakers to various on and off campus groups. 


Sigma Tau Alpha is a national college honorary for 
Rainbow Girls. Epsilon Chapter at WSU has been active 
in many ways this year. During December the members 
sold candy canes with the profit being donated to the 
Grand Worthy Advisor’s service project, which is buying 
new equipment for the Shriners’ Hospital in Spokane. 
The officers installed a new chapter at Eastern Washing¬ 
ton State College, a pizza party was held and the annual 
tea for present and past Grand Officers was held in the 
spring. 


Sigma Tau Alpha 



ROW 1: Barbara Asaph, Dee Snider, Kathy Kirk, Majal Wills, 
Sherla Waggoner, Janis Schultz, Sandra Slichter, Joan Killien, 
Arlene Cavanaugh, Susan Parr, Wendy Fowler, Phyllis Jensen, 
Noel Questad, Marilyn Gullidge. ROW 2: Pam Hollister, Linda 


Powell, Carole Fallstrom, Connie McClure, Susan Gerritsen, Sharon 
O’Kelly, Louise Windhusen, Carol Williams, Roberta Thoren, Nonie 
Barnhart, Lynn Wickersham, Gayle Kessler, Sharon Patrick, Mary 
Ann Kuhns, Robin Mattson, Golda Davis. 


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Carol Rogel 
PRESIDENT 


YWCA 



EXECUTIVE CABINET—ROW 1: Pat Mclrvin, Noni Barnhart 
Sara Guy, Carol Rogel. ROW 2: Carol Frodesen, Sandy Schalow 
Nancy Johnson, Lin Adamson. 


The YWCA offers through its program an opportunity foij 
students to come together with other students and faculty 
in discussions of issues that are of concern to them. Wt 
also work in Pullman by providing community servictj 
through Camp Fire and other worthwhile areas. In all of 
this we hope that our members will arrive at a greatei 
understanding of themselves as individuals in an ever 
changing world. Some of the highlights of this year havt| 
been work with freshman commission groups, race rela 
tions and the beginning of a migrant worker project ir| 
Yakima. 



Sandy Schalow, Jeannine Rogel, Alice Congdon, Virginia-Lee Smith 
Cathy Andres, Margaret Lewis, Nancy Johnson, Terry Whiting. 


YWCA CABINET—ROW 1: Sara Guy, Pat Mclrvin, Sharon O’Kelly, 
Nonie Barnhart, Carol Rogel, Barbara Wallace, Helen Westlin. ROW 
2: Carol Frodesen, Sandra Slichter, Carole Sarcliet, Lin Adamson, 


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EXPANDED CABINET—ROW Is Paula Keister, Aileen Erickson, Marsha Williams, Joan Morgan, Darlene Small, Sue Holway, Droeen 

.ouAnn Little, Carolyn Abendroth, Judy Kay Johnson. ROW 2: Kaylor, Leola Russ, Carole Fallstrom, Margaret Slaughter. 



f ROSH COMMISSION LEADERS—ROW 1: Amelle Halsan, Marian 
vinth, Charlotte Lindstrom, Patsy Ryan, Sharon O’Kelly. ROW 2: 
ndy Rodekuhr, Jeanne Buchanan, Glory Frodesen, Ann Allert, 


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Virginia Lee Smith, Cathy Andres, Mary Ousley, Sandy Finch, Janet 
Lowell, Nancy Picatti. 











Ray Maxson 
PRESIDENT 


YMCA 



EXECUTIVE CABINET: Dawes Eddy, secretary; Ron Wamsley, first 
viee president; Clmek Doland, second vice president. 


YMCA works to provide a variety of programs and serv 
ices for the students and faculty. The Fussers Guide, Cam 
pus Movies, Popcorn Forum, Freshman Orientation Camj 
and Faculty-Student Firesides are some of the regulai 
programs and activities. A discussion series and a Faculty 
Senior Retreat is co-sponsored by YMCA. 



CABINET—ROW 1: Ray Maxson, Chuck Doland, Ron Wamsley, French, Avery Willis, Paul Stevens, Kin^r Phelps, Larry Martin, Join 

Dawes Eddy, Lee Stark. ROW 2: Mike McIntyre, John Miller, Bob Lindsay. Mich Crosby, Stan Bye, Bruce Fenner. 

Slind, Glenn Niedermeyer, Bill Clarke, Stan Rheiner. ROW' 3: Jon 

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Christian Science Organization 



ROW 1: Phyllis Dietsch, Janet Agar, Nancy Anderson, Chris Hardinger, Ronnie Alexander, Joan Frese, Judy Dunnuck. ROW 2: Richard D. 
Borman, Dave Curtis, Jim Curtis, Bud Anderson. 


The purpose of the Christian Science Organization is to 
help the individual continue his spiritual development 
during his college years. Among the activities of the or¬ 
ganization are weekly meetings with readings from the 
Bible and the Christian Science textbook, and annually an 
authorized lecture on Christian Science. WSU students 
and staff are welcome to attend all activities. 


Lambda Delta Sigma is a co-educational fraternity based 
on Latter-Day Saint ideals. It has been organized in a 
number of Western universities in conjunction with the 
LDS Institute of Religion. The entire program of Lambda 
Delta Sigma is aimed at developing in the lives of its 
members the following practical ideals: (1) fellowship; 
(2) leadership; (3) intellectuality; (4) cultural life; 
(5) religion. 


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ROW 1: Judith Harris, Vicki Jenkins, Twila Karen Christensen, 
Richard A. Liddell, D. Laree Olsen, Kay Lynn England, Connie 
McArthur. ROW 7 2: Mary Ann Kernwein, Shirley Gee, Charles 
White, Courtney McGregor, Jerry Coleman, Newell McArthur, 


Patricia Madsen, Elaine Isaacson. ROW 7 3: Patricia Skinner. Glen- 
don Gee, Dale Yates, Hank Watson, H. Donl Peterson, R. Steve 
James, Milton M. Beck, Joseph B. Harris. 






















Lutheran Students’ Association 


Roger Williams Fellowship 


licli, Marian Kvigne, Ken McDonald, Sterling Sundet, Charles 
Weagel. 


The Roger Williams Fellowship endeavors to interpret 
Christian life in terms of campus and contemporary is¬ 
sues. Special functions include a new student welcome 
party and a spring banquet. The group participated in 
the activities regionally and nationally of the Baptist 
Student Movement. 


ROW 1: Cheryl DeKoker, Bonnie Bjornson, Cheryl Clark, Jim McMechan, Ed Malnisten, Dan Iddins, Rev. ‘‘Zip” Zediker, Barry 

Horn, David Jeffrey, Jim Waibel, Mary Ann Jacquot, Dennis Bris- Briscoe, Ethan Crawford, Jr., Bob Hunt, 

coe, Katherine Harrington. ROW 2: Lew Delo, Paul Alley, David 

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ROW 1: Sandra Turinsky, Linda Boomer, Jan Weber, Helen Keiser, 
Betty Gould, Ruth Landstrom, Marie Sherwood, Faith Johnson. 
ROW 2: John Carlson, Edwin Smick, David Lindeblom, Gary Ka- 


The Lutheran Student Association, through fellowship, 
study, and worship, seeks to stimulate growth in the 
Christian faith. It encourages students to ask themselves 
not only what they believe, but why. In accomplishing 
this, a number of programs were undertaken. Study 
groups delved into various Christian topics. Among their 
activities were a Christian candlelight service and senior 
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Lawrence Kunz 
PRESIDENT 


ASCA 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Bill Lyman, vice president; Erie Erickson, 
treasurer; Jim Bryan, reporter; Jackie Harting, secretary. 


ASCA Council is the coordinating body for the College of 
Agriculture. The Council is composed of two representa¬ 
tives from each of the departmental clubs within the Col¬ 
lege of Agriculture. It coordinates and supervises major 
ASCA activities such as the Harvest Ball and Agricultural 
Awards Dinner Dance. 



ROW 1: Jackie Darting, Jim White, John Thoren, Joe Kropf, Janies 
Helm, Norman Dunckel, Gerald Lenssen, Dan Bartelheimer. ROW 2: 
George McLean, Jim Bryan, Lee Sederburg, Dwight Forgey, Dave 
Billingsley, Donald Jarvis, Joel Magisos, Duane Andrews, B. D. 


Parrish. ROW 3: Roger Lampitt, Hal Dobie, Frank Wesselius, Wal¬ 
ter Wruble, Bill Lyman, Roger Clcrf, Eric Erickson, Bob Peters, 
George Murdock. 

















[OW 1: Chel Pedersen, Ken Migchelbrink, Dennis Williams, Warren 
liddle. Dale Bedlington, Don Snydar, Dave Osborn, Jim Bryan, 
lenn Wolf. ROW 2: Mike Nagle, Walt Wruble, Lonnie Sloan, 


Agronomy Club 



Walt Wruble 
PRESIDENT 


George Brinkman, Bob Pearson, Dick Butts, Mike Kincaid, Hal John¬ 
son, Donald Jacklin, Joe Kropf. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—ROW 1: Hal Johnson, Mike Kincaid, Walt 
Wruble. ROW 2: Ken Migchelbrink, Dave Osborn, Warren Riddle. 


Agronomy Club is the student section of the American 
Society of Agronomy. The year’s activities are highlighted 
by a “steak fry” attended by the faculty and club members. 
A project of the Club is its assistance towards financing 
the WSU Crops Grading Team. This team represents WSU 
in the National and International contests at Kansas City 
and Chicago. 


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Agricultural Economics Club 


ROW 1: B. D. Parrish, Dr. W. A. Rehberg, Martin Waananen, A1 
Goldade, Bill Ebel, Ken Strausz, David Syre, Ted L. Benzel, Keith 
N. Stennes. ROW 2: Patrick Kleweno, Tom Druffel, Duane John¬ 
son, Duane Marshall, Richard Betz, Harlen Farsberg, Tom Meehan, 


Bill Holtramp, Jim McGrann. ROW 3: Gordon McLean, Bill Gluck, 
Jesse Davis, Bill Turnbull, Ken Hirschel, Duane Hasko, Gary 
Poole, Larry D. Kloster, Pete Read. 


The Agricultural Economics Club stimulates the interest 
of students in this major, promotes the interchange of 
ideas among members, promotes closer contacts among 
students and faculty and provides students with a better 
knowledge and opportunity of career opportunities. Activ¬ 
ities include a monthly meeting, promoting projects and 
guest speakers. 


Alpha Tau Alpha is a national professional honorary 
fraternity that plays a vital role in the preparation of 
those who plan to teach vocational agriculture. The pur¬ 
pose is to promote high standards in agricultural educa¬ 
tion. Members seek to enjoy the fraternal fellowship of 
men of high scholarship and of the sincere desire to serve 
agriculture and rural life leadership. 


Alpha Tau Alpha 



ROW 1: Chet Hansen, Steve VanAusdle, Jerry Hanlon, Lee Sederburg, James Beck, George McLean. ROW 2: E. M. Webb, James H. Helm, 
Larry Tadlock, Vaden F. Floch, Ronal Griffith, Kenneth Feller, Lee Coumbs, Ronald Hendrickson. 


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Alpha Zeta 



ROW 1: Hal Johnson, Bill Lyman, Paul Humes, W'arren Walker, 
Ron Swearingen, Robert Larson, Lonnie Sloan, Robert Klav. ROW’ 
2: George McLean, Jim White, Bill Vaux, Sherm Polinder, Jiiu 
Aanenson, Herb Hinman, R. Dan Van Dyk, Bill Ebel, Dan Larson, 


The agricultural honorary, Alpha Zeta, was established 
to exalt high standards of leadership, character and spirit 
of fellowship among its members. The main project for 
the WSU chapter is to promote the professional oppor¬ 
tunities in agriculture by having members speak at vari¬ 
ous functions throughout the state. The members act as 
a panel which presents “Careers in Agriculture/’ 


Ken Hooper, Alvin G. Law. ROW 3: Dick Faukhauser, Gary Hyde, 
Lawrence Kunz, Dave Billingsley, John Tboren, Dick Piescb, David 
Saupe, Gary Poole, Jim Bryan, Larry Pickering. 


Collegiate FFA is the college level of membership in the 
Future Farmers of America. The WSU chapter provides 
training for prospective teachers of agriculture and uni¬ 
versity level membership for previous FFA members. The 
group sponsors leadership training schools, assists with 
the annual FFA convention and co-sponsors a delegate to 
the national convention with Alpha Tau Alpha. 


Collegiate FFA 



ROW 7 Is Steve Van Ausdle, Gordon Harvey, W'illis Erickson, Nick Hein, Ronald Griffith, Roger Lumpitt. Row 2: Raymond R. W oodside, Wayne 
R. Davis, George Dosser, Bill Lyman, Jim Bennett, J. H. Magisos, Jay W. Booth. 

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Crimson Clover 



ROW 1: Helen Skrentny, Bunny Quirk, Carolyn Sclilien, Cathy 
Hand, Karen Wolf, Janet Gaugl, Donna Appel, Cathy Fanning, 
Rose Mary Moulton, Darla Wilson. ROW 2: Beth Kirkwood, Caryl 
Johnson, Donna Kirkwood, Nayda Schlien, Larry Larsen, Nancy 


Crimson Clover is the college 4-H Club. It is for those 
who are interested in 4-H Club work. Club members par¬ 
ticipate in activities including serving as advisors at the 
4-H State Conference for high school members. The Club 
also tries to encourage younger members to further their 
education after high school. 


Reinbold, Elaine Shilliam, Kathleen Berry, Ann Kleiva, Kathy 
Keatley. ROW 3: Cindy Smith, Joe Kropf, Carma Sue Davis, Ron 
Kirkwood, Carol Sorensen, David N. Larsen, Frank Wesselius, David 
K. Billingsley, Sam Hunt, Lawrence J. Olsen. 


The object of the Student Chapter of the American Dairy 
Science Assn, is to develop leadership and to aid in ad¬ 
vancing the dairy student at WSL ! . Activities include 
sponsoring the annual institute of dairying banquet, a 
dairy open house, producing a newsletter listing gradu¬ 
ates in Dairy Science from WSU, and assisting the De¬ 
partment of Dairy Science in carrying out activities. 


Dairy Science Club 



ROW 1: Lawrence Porter, Raymond R. Woodside, Dan Bartelheimer, Larry Pickering. ROW 2: David Hughes, Ron McPherson. Larry 
Leander, Dan VanDyk, Sherman Polinder, L. O. Luedecke. 


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Forestry Club 



ROW 1: Garry White, Charles E. Larson, Larry Larsen, Donald 
Jarvis, Shannon White, Roger Stark, Kenneth D. Gilbertson, Rich¬ 
ard Piesch. ROW 2: Chuck Hoffeditz, Ronald Lufkin, Milton M. 
Mosher, Mike Wright, Janies A. Bryan, Michael D. Conner, J. Larry 


Rosander, John S. Langford. ROW 3: George W. Smith, Merlin 
Lucas, Dale Wierman, Mike Morris, John E. Carlson, David IN. 
Larsen, Kenneth L. Hoover, Thomas L. Ledgerwood, Robert D. 
Larson. 


The objectives and goals of the Forestry Club are to bind 
the common concerns of students majoring in forestry, to 
encourage interest in social and curricular activities, and 
to promote a professional attitude toward the field. Activi¬ 
ties include the Senior Recognition-Alumni Banquet, 
brushape ball, and top-logger field day. 


The Organization of Future Veterinarians was the first 
of its kind to be organized in the United States. Interest in 
the profession of veterinary medicine is gained by conduc¬ 
ting tours of the College of Veterinary Medicine, showing 
films, and hearing guest speakers. Surgery viewings are 
scheduled so the students can see actual veterinary work. 


Future Vets 



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Horticulture Club 



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ROW 1: William Ackley, Richard Fankhauser, Heidi Strommer, Berger, Robert VanDenburgli, Donald Howe, Stephen Syre, Ha 

Kathy Sperry, Mueen Ahsan-Ud-Din, David Saupe. ROW 2: Robert Dobie, Roy VanDenburgli, Jerry Hanlon. 



The purposes of Horticulture Club are to promote the field 
of Horticulture, provide fun and entertainment for its mem 
bers and to bring about friendly relationships betweer 
students and faculty of the department. An annual spring 
banquet for members and occasional firesides facilitate 
understanding and friendships among members and foreign 
students. 



Horticulture students and staff at annual “cider pressing” event. 


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FLOWER JUDGING TEAM—ROW 1: Heidi Strommer, 
Larry Baginski. ROW 2: Bob Berger, Dr. E. W. Kalin, Cathy 
Priliar, Dick Fankhauser. 









Lariat Club 



(EAT JUDGING TEAM—ROW 1: Boyd Walton, John 
horen. ROW 2: Darroll Grant, Lawrence Kunz, Gary C. 
niith. 



LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM—ROW 1: Roger Rothrock, Dennis Fiess, Tom 
McKern. ROW 2: Dr. C. C. O’Mary, Paul Humes, Robert Gross. 


The Lariat Club is for anyone interested in the Animal 
Sciences, regardless of field of study. Its main importance 
is to act as a sponsor for the WSU Meat and Livestock 
judging teams. The club stimulates greater interest among 
ils members by sponsoring activities and by inviting guest 
speakers from different branches of the livestock industry 
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OW 1: Candace M. Morasch, Johnny Thoren, Glenn Paulson, Boyd 
/alton, Dave Ledgerwood, Sally Grenwood, Sara Jean Hughes, Pa¬ 
mela Sado. ROW 2: Mary Sturman, Kathleen Robinson, Ronald D. 
andel, Dennis Fiess, Susan Owens, Bill McGuire, Bruce H. Smith, 


Darroll L. Grant, Tom McKern. ROW 3: Lawrence Kunz, Bob Kline, 
Eric Erickson, Les Jeremiah, Nick Hein, Kailan Dunn, Paul Humes, 
C. C. 0‘Mary, Gary C. Smith, Kay Camp. 


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Mu Beta Beta 



ROW 1: Beth Kirkwood, Ann Kleiva, Kathleen Berry, Carolyn Schlien, Cathy Fanning. ROW 2: Joe Kropf, Larry Larsen, David N. Larsen, 
Dave Billingsley, Lawrence Olsen. 


Mu Beta Beta is a national honorary to recognize 4-H 
Club members who are outstanding both in college and in 
their contributions to 4-H. Mu Beta Beta works closely 
with Crimson Clover and 4-H groups throughout the state. 
An additional part of the group’s work is to recognize 
adult leaders and county extension agents that have been 
inspirational to 4-H. 


The Palouse Chapter of the American Society of Range 
Management is the only chapter of the Society in the 
Pacific Northwest. The Chapter provides opportunities 
for the professional development of students majoring in 
Range Management and related fields. Speakers on bot¬ 
any and areas similar are a regular feature of the meet¬ 
ings. Group objectives include promoting progress in the 
conservation and use of forage and soil resources. 


Range Management 



ROW Is David Bryant, Karl Kipping, Sheila Sampson, Zafar-Ud-Din, Jim White. ROW 2: Dennis Hill, Burton Lewis, Duane Andrews, John 
Wade, Roy Harniss, Donald Jarvis, Grant Harris. 


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WSU Marching Band 


The Band performs during half-time. 











WSU Symphonic Band 


The Cougar bands have been awarded the distinction 
as “College Band of the Year” in the 1964 issue of 
First Chair of America , a national publication for out¬ 
standing high school music organizations. Honors in 
previous years have gone to the bands from the Uni¬ 
versity of Michigan, the University of Illinois, the Uni¬ 
versity of Florida, Oklahoma University and Purdue 
University. Fall activities of the band members are 
centered toward marching and the football season. 
Students are then assigned to either the symphonic or 
concert bands. The Symphonic Band presents formal 


concerts in February, May and for Commencement pro¬ 
gram. The Concert Band presents its concert at the 
coronation program during Mothers’ Weekend. Mem¬ 
bers of both bands play for the winter and spring 
sports activities. Student conductors for sports events 
during the current year are Brem Morrison, David 
Cross, Margaret Dezell, Davis Lacey, Neill Wittrock, 
and Robert Henderson. Randall Spicer, director of 
bands, has charge of the Symphonic and Concert 
bands. Howard Deming, associate director, directs the 
marching band activities during football season. 


University Orchestra 



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University Concert Choir 



University Chorus 



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WSU Madrigal Singers 










Special Music Programs 



Rehearsal in preparation for the perform¬ 
ance of Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1 for eight 
cellos. 


The Claremont String Quartet perforin for 
a chamber music concert. 




Pro-Musica Players during a performance. 


Arthur Follows on the violincello and Olive Padgett 
on the piano present a concert on works from Bee¬ 
thoven. 




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Robert DeCormier Folk Singers performing in Bolder Gym for a community concert. 
























Opera 




Hallie Glover and Jamie Parker are the winners for the 
first performance. 


Ken McDermid takes top honors for his perfromance 
on Saturday evening. 














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Brothers 

Four 



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Smothers 

Brothers 





Carlos Montoya 


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Krapp’s 

Last 

Tape 


Bud Carlson . . . 


Cal Watson is the single performer in Krapp’s Last Tapi 


Zoo Story 






















Gary Bates, Larry Stanfield, Jeff Graggs, Larry Grant, Larry Gust. 


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Brian Hansen and Lynda Jones. 


Lynda Jones, Ralph Thomsen, Mary Kienzle, Mary Bergquist. 


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Streetcar 
Named Desire 


Sharon Henson, Bobbi Burdick, Gail Martin, Nan¬ 
ette Brazel, Dick McGraw, Fred Hogg, Tom Sowers, 
Larry Gust, John Panagos, Chris Janies, Marilee 
McMonagle. 




Donley, Lurry Stout, Ron Richard. 

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Amphitryon 



Carol Parents, Otto Matson, John Cunningham, Ralph 
Thomsen. 


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The 

Women 



Karen Boettcher, Bunnie Duncan, Marilyn Smith, Linda Bradway. 


Death Takes a Holiday 



Don Canfield and Don Jones ROW 1: Sue Stevens, Dixie Canfield, Mike Crich. ROW 2: Don Canfield, Vera Han¬ 

sen, Lee Altman. 


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•like Crich, Marilee McMonagle, Fred Hogg, Chick Sandifer, Art Eckman, Chuck Kline. 


A Thurber Carnival 



Innnie Duncan, Mike Crich, Chick Sandifer, Patti Highsmith. 


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Sue Carkoski, Rick Mausen, Deb Follette. 


The 

Critics 

Choice 



Bobbi Burdick, Peg Merlon, Sue Carkoski, Gale Vathing, Kevin Fry. 


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Poetry 

Readings 



Lewis Buchanan presents readings from 
Anne Bradstreet. 



Shakespeare is the poet selected by John 
Wasson. 


Palmer Hilty gives readings of Greek Lyrics. 




San Francisco is presented by Ruth Slonim. 



Bruce Anawalt discusses Shakespeare’s Ac¬ 
tive Man. 


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Hal Holbrook gives a presentation entitled “Mark Twain Tonight.” 



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“The Astronomical Distance Scale” is discussed by R. M. Petrie. 
























Dr. Glen King, recipient of the Regents 9 Distinguished Alumnus Award. 


Guest Speakers 



Richard Christiansen speaks at a program 
sponsored by the Junior Class. 


One of the world’s outstanding scientists. Sir 
MacFarlane Burnet, Nobel Laureate, speaks 
at WSU. 


AWS sponsors a lecture by author Betty 
Frieden. 


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George Laisner gives a lecture for the Invited Address program. 



Invited Address speaker, Fred Marcuse. 



Raymond Muse leads a discussion at a Pop¬ 
corn Forum. 


wsu 

Speakers 


263 










































Penny Busche 


Kendra Diehl 


266 


Linda Lu Johnson 


Sandy O’Neill 


Homecoming 

Queen 












John Hutton 



Walt MacFarlane 



Dave Miller 



Mr. Harvey Schumacher 


Sophomore Class King 


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Bonnie Bateman 



Laurie Caniparoli 



Karen Mahnkey 



Cosette Wassard 


Miss 


Sue Pedersen 

Independent Queen 


272 














Marcia Lentz 


Elsa Troeh 


Terry Whiting 


Karen Winch 




Jim Arthurs 


Miss Julie Twohy 
Mr. Chris Marker 


Greek Woman and Man 


£ 

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Chick Sandifer 


<^l 


Bruce Freehurn 


Bert Pence 





















IK 

Royal Ball 
Queen 


Jade Bradbury 


Kim Hildebrand 


274 


Mary Kao 


Lynn Radebaugh 
















Patty Allen 



Sybil Arges 



Chris Ranta 




Miss Marti Mueller 
Mr. Roger Whitehead 


Spur of the Moment — Knight of Knights 

Marian Svinth 
























Signe Frederickson 


m *% 



Cathy Marchand 

Miss Diane Swett 

Phi Sig Moonlight Girl 







Judy Tolstrup 


Miss MaryLou Watki 

Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 


277 


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Barbara Asaph 



Sue Cary 



Jan Hartman 



Nancie Abbott 


Miss Nancy Bridges 

Sig Ep Queen of Hearts 


280 















Miss 


Carolyn Wagner 

Delta Tau Delta Sally Sunshine 


281 




















Lambda Chi 
Crescent Girl 


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Nancy Bodnian 


Sharon Williams 


Judy Duckworth 


283 


Cheryl Nelson 





















Miss Merrily Clark 

TKE Playmate 


284 












IOW 1: Joni Bradford, Mike Glenn, Nancy Bodman, Mary Maynard, 
*at Royal. ROW 2: Marian Schmidt, Bonnie Seipp, Chris Stine, Carri 
ande, Julie McCaw, Janet Lehn. ROW 3: Barb Bloom, Sally Ander¬ 


son, Diane Banks, Kathy Quinn, Karen Johnson, Leslie Oaks. ROW 
4: Sandy Anderson, Diane Aslacson, Sandy O’Neill, Kendra Diehl, 
Cathy Sheehan, Nancy Picatti. 




Little Sisters 


of Minerva 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon 










































V'A 


Imformnals 


287 









































I nf ormals 



Two out of three Terriers used Crest. 


Bud Rothgeb assisting University of Idaho after the traditional 
“Idaho Walk.” 



Come on, smile. Candid Camera can’t wait all day. 




288 


This is either the Junior-Senior Class Hootenanny or free beer night at Shakey’s. 





















Chris Marker is presented the trophy for Greek Man by Ed Golds¬ 
worthy. 



Sherrie Masto presents Julie Twohy with the trophy for Greek 
Woman. 

Greek Weekend 



We don’t discriminate. We just don’t allow Independents. 



Greeks are superior . . . dancers. 


289 























Women’s Day 


Why, it keeps the Palouse wind out of your hair. 



























■Spurs honor the top 10 freshman women, 


291 




































































Riot 




Riot, 


And so they hung ol’ Hurlin’. 


Don’t look at me, I just eat here. 


Hurtin’ Hunt protest demonstration, with smoke and smut. 


All this rioting makes a person hungry. 


292 



















You just bought an hour of smutty talk with oP Hurlin’. 


They are all smiling. It must be a co-ed bomb 
shelter. 


Cougar Campus 

Chest 


Soapbox 

Sound-off 


By not bussing our own dishes, we are creating employment. 


And if we are to keep up the image of our college, 
we must bus our own dishes. 


















After belonging to G-PAR, IBR, AWS, and DAR, I thought I might try . . . 


ASWSU 

Elections 




































Hmnim . . . co-ed voting. 


Victorious and happy BOC officers: Dave McGoldrick, Julie Twohy, Dave Warren. 


Roy Felstad turns over the presidency to Dave Warren. 

























Military Ball 



You’ve heard of shotgun weddings, well, in the Hup . . . two . . . three . . . four. 

ROTC we call it . . . 

MUN 



MUN Committee Session at Davenport Hotel, Spokune. 


















Butch 

Butch, Washington State University’s Cougar 
mascot was a symbol for school spirit at all 
home football rallies and games last fall. His 
presence was an inspiration for team members 
as well as the twelfth man. His death was felt 
by all on campus. It was in his honor that a 
special day of mourning was designated. 



Life is really a drag . . . man. 



See, no cavities. 


297 












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Rogers Hall dedication. 


Scholars’ Convocation for outstanding seniors of the College of Sciences and Arts. 



Babe Hollingbery at the Hollingbery Field House dedication. 



I nformals 




Dave Billingsley is presented the Activities-Aehievenient Award by 
Phyllis Bordwell, last year’s recipient. 


298 


Wendell M. Stanley speaks at the Scholars’ Convocation. 



















And for your ability to find a parking place, we award you . . . 


Chuck Kalin playing the chimes in the Bryan Hall tower. 


I don’t want to take my hat off ’cause I’m losing my hair. 

299 


And when you get to Othello, don’t turn left. 

























Mr. K. Purohit describes how certain chemicals in a mixture 
may he separated hy column chromatography. 


Open Houses 



300 


As the sign indicates, students line up to have their blood typed. 








































Open 

Houses 



Mr. Beck Chew demonstrating the principles of 
operation of a large-scale digital computer. The 
breadboard in the foreground was designed by 


Mr. Chew to allow students to set up problems in 
machine language without the use of a core stor¬ 
age unit. 



A volunteer tests her strength by turning the rotor of a gen- A study of structural forms, 

erator. 302 




























Miss Joyce Reichl, May Queen, and her court 


Mothers’ 

Weekend 




Keep smiling, kid, or they drop the sword on you. 


303 


Mrs. Clifford Wexler, Queen Mother, is crowned by Roy Felstad. 































Mothers’ 

Weekend 



Receiving line at the President’s Reception. 



Spurs entertain at the annual Songfest. 



Regents wins in the women’s division at 
Songfest. 



Delta Gamma and Lambda Chi Alpha win in 
the mixed division at Songfest. 



The Vet students win again at Songfest. 









Demonstration of a Greek folk dance at the International Review. 




The best decorated turtle belongs to Kappa Delta. 


Regents’ turtle wins the trophy at the Phi Delta Theta Turtle Race. 







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Mothers participate in the art auction. 

305 



Marja Saura sings a Finnish folk song at the 
International Review. 











Everything nice and tidy for the Moek Political Convention. 


This must be an ad for Playboy magazine. 


Mock Political 
Convention 





Everything nice and tidy at the Mock Political Con- I don’t know where we’re going, but let’s follow the crowd, 

vention. 


Hugh Hefner for sex . . retary. 



































































Well enough about Rockefeller, Goldwater, Johnson, and Lodge . . . now let’s tap those kegs. 



Where is everybody going? 



How about a coffee break? 














Sig Alph Olympics 



308 


She must he an inspector. 













Little 500 Bike Race 



One person to a bike . . . please! 



















Senator Jackson, a member of the Senate Armed Forces I won’t have to worry about Gerard today. 

Committee, delivers bis address at the annual commission¬ 
ing ceremony. 




































Guess wliat I got today. 


The sixty-eighth annual Commencement. 


This is the worst part of the whole deal. 


They’ll never catch me now. 

































Spring in the Palouse was a little chilly. 


Poor souls are dropping like flies, 


Spring 


There was a little sunshine. 


Well, that’s one way to put in a contact lens. 


Home the victors. 















































Llvlncj Groups 
















ROW 1 
Jack Anderson 
Bill Bain 
Bruce Bain 
Ron Bendschneider 
Bob Bennion 
Michael Browning 


ROW 2 
Rick Chastain 
Edward Drurv 
Bill DeMars 
Tim Egland 
Fred Frost 


ROW 3 
Dave Crimes 
Tim Hanifen 
Jerry Harmon 
Gordon Harvey 
Earl Hatfield 
Don Havre 


ROW 4 
Ron Hill 
Per Hilino 
President 
John James 
Roy Kimbrell 
Clair Kinney 


ROW 5 
Dick Lahti 
Jim Mitchell 
Patrick Mitchell 
Gregg Nelson 
Paul Olson 


ROW 6 
John Purcell 
David Smith 
Doug Smith 
Dick Storwick 
Mike Tang 


ROW 7 
Vernon Towne 
We9 Wagner 
David Wedin 
Jerry Wheeler 
Charles White 



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Alpha Chi Omega 




ROW I 

Carolyn Abendroth 
Cathy Andres 
Jane Rartholet 
Karla Beck 
Pat Bell 
Barh Bloom 
Gina Butterworth 

ROW 2 
Kay Camp 
Betty Jo Chandler 
Terry Col man 
Maggie Corliss 
Pam Dodd 
Claudia Fields 


ROW 3 
Jeffra Fishback 
Barbara George 
Mike Glenn 
Sharon Hall 
Marjie Hamilton 
Linda Harned 


ROW 4 
Penne Hegre 
Mary Ann Kernwein 
Mona Lissa 
President 
Ginny Lodge 
Sandy Lord 
Kathy Melnerny 

ROW 5 
Nancy Miller 
Kay Myers 
Sue Nelson 
Betty Nordlund 
Dorothy Ann Olson 
Lynn Paulsell 


ROW 6 
Helen Robh 
Carol Rogel 
Jeannine Rogel 
Jayne Rucker 
Mary Russell 
Mary Kay Salter 


ROW 7 

Mary Lynne Sanford 
Donna Sanstrom 
Carole Sarchet 
Sally Schneider 
Jane Story 
Mary Sullivan 




ROW 8 
Carolyn Taylor 
Linda Taylor 
Bobbi Telecky 
Salli Thompson 
Kathie Uddenberg 
Karen Wilke 
































ROW 1 
Nancy Abbott 
Jackie Arnold 
Doris Barbre 
Pat Belcourt 
Linda Bradway 
Barbara Brown 
Debbie Chambers 

ROW 2 

Gretchen Collins 
Diane Cook 
Linda Cooley 
Janice Cornwell 
Sharon Donahue 
Chris Drinkard 
Trudy Egbert 

ROW 3 
Sharon Esser 
Judy Fitzgerald 
Linda French 
Sandy Graves 
Lorinda Green 
Bev Hanning 
Carolee Hanson 

President 

ROW 4 
Becky Hedges 
Julie Herpick 
Bev Hill 
Dian Hodges 
Karen Holtberg 
Artagene Johnson 
Mary Ann Kestler 

ROW 5 
Sue Kollmar 
Laura Kramer 
Gwen Langeloh 
Margie Lewis 
Cherri Little 
Kathy Luhman 


ROW 6 
Diana May 
Merrely Miller 
Chris Nofziger 
Jane Olsen 
Carol Parents 
Penny Puyne 


ROW 7 
Linda Pierce 
Janey Piper 
Lynn Radebuugh 
Jan Reitmeier 
Sandy Saffell 
Saudi Sefton 


ROW 8 
Bonnie Seipp 
Vicki Selhaver 
April Squier 
Sharon Templin 
Elsa Mae Troeh 
Cathy Wood 


Alpha Delta Pi 






















































ROW 1 
Jackie Aamot 
President 
Joyce Acomb 
Beverly Bain 
Lea Ella Baker 
Bev Barclay 
Sarah Barmore 

ROW 2 
Carol Bell 
Jan Belles 
[Nancy Bennett 
Judy Biggs 
Pennie Firestone 
Signe Frederickson 


ROW 3 
Barb Frisk 
Nan Fry 

Ceorgene Harber 
Marjie Henson 
Lynne Hitchcock 
Carolyn Jensen 


ROW 4 

Donna Kirkwood 
Mary Madson 
Judith Main 
Sharen March 
Sherrie Musto 
Connie McClure 


ROW 5 

Kathy McFarlune 
Mary Miller 
Diane Newell 
Mary Ann Owens 
Marian Phillips 
Carol Quarles 


ROW 6 
Bunny Quirk 
Jill Reese 
Mary Remsberg 
Ursula Riccius 
Cheryl Roach 
Carol Robertson 


ROW 7 

Marylee Ronning 
Carol Seegert 
Shirley Sortor 
Diane Sundt 
Ellen Tanck 
Martha Trefren 



ROW 8 
Sue Walker 
Jeaneane Whitaker 
Gail W illiams 
Mary Winship 
Judy Wyatt 


317 







































Alpha Gamma Rho 


ROW 1 
Dick Radham 
Bruce Bargmfyer 
Mike Beksinski 
Bob Bergman 
Terry Brown 
Dave Clyde 


ROW 2 
Mike Coe 
Robert Coppock 
Rocky Crale 
John Cunningham 
Wayne Davis 
Harold Dobie 


ROW 3 
Kailan Dunn 
Bill Eastman 
Sian Evans 
Bob Felton 
Mel Foltz 
Bob Gordon 


ROW 4 
Nick Hein 
Larry Henry 
Doug Hille 
John Hovey 
Duane Jacklin 
Gary Jurgensen 


ROW 5 

Roger Lanipitt 
Curtis Long 
Bill Lyman 
Tom Matsen 
Bob Me Beth 
Ken Miller 


ROW' 6 

George Murdock 
President 
Denny Odman 
Mike O’Rear 
Wynn Raymond 
Fred Richardson 
Kent Smith 

ROW 7 
Tom Telfer 
Ralph Thomsen 
John Thoren 
Mike Webb 
Ivan W'hitney 



318 

























K\ 


pha Kappa Lambda 




ROW 1 
Jim Amsberry 
Grant Beckerini 
Earl Bloom 
Steve Brown 
Dick Bus* 

Ken Carmichael 


ROW 2 
Jerry Carney 
Jerry Carr 
Bill Clevenger 
Rob Cornish 
John Currie 
Don Dean 


ROW 3 
Vic DeBlasio 
James DeMeerleer 
Dave Denny 
Russ Doty 
Keith Erickson 
Owen Gaskell 


ROW 4 
Rhio Hove 
Ned Jenne 
Bill Johnson 
Dennis Kroll 
Greg Ledgerwood 
Tom Lederwood 


ROW 5 
Rick Lindburg 
Harry I.inker 
Don McFarland 
Larry McLain 
Greg Mtilvihill 
Dave Murdach 
President 

ROW 6 
Larry Neumann 
Chet Pedersen 
Bill Peters 
Jerry Schiller 
Mike Schu 
John Swenson 


ROW 7 
Art Tyrrell 
Jerry Van Vleck 
Larry Wickline 
Gary Worthhigton 
John W'underlick 


319 




















Alpha Omicron Pi 



ROW 1 

Elizabeth Armstrong 
Carolyn Radii am 
Marsha Beernink 
Susi Klackaller 
Linda Boge 
Betty Bold 
Judy Broughton 

ROW 2 
Joanne Brown 

President 
Betty Bussanich 
Suzan Christensen 
Alice Congdon 
Claudia Cope 
Jane Cornwall 

ROW 3 
Kathy Denny 
Karen Foss urn 
Janet Gaugl 
Anne Gentry 
Marilyn Gullidge 
Andrea Haddock 


ROW 4 
Barry Haertig 
Jo Dee Jones 
Judy Klug 
Kitty Krick 
Mary Ann Kuhns 
Jeanne Kunz 


ROW 5 
Janet Lehn 
Diane Lillywhite 
Put Masluc 
Betty McCoy 
Marian Monty 
Anne Moody 


ROW 6 

Margaret Munroe 
Judy Ness 
Adele Paulsen 
Nancy Reinbold 
Sydne Rohrer 
Leolu Russ 


ROW 7 
Diane Sanders 
Carolyn Schlien 
Nuyda Schlien 
Kathy Sperry 
Karma Still 
Lynette Taipale 

ROW 8 

Clarina J. Telfer 
Sheri Thompson 
Janet Walker 
Sue W ebb 
Darla W ilson 
Cathy W'oodburne 











ROW 1 
Liz Ahnquist 
Susan Anderson 
Cathy Babcock 
Linda Becker 
Sue Bowman 
Jade Bradbury 
Ann Burnet 

ROW 2 
Brooke Colwell 
Cherie Cubbage 
Carol Cushing 
Murlys Dalhotten 
Sandy Erceg 
Gay Grandy 


ROW 3 
Arnelle Halsan 
Lana Haro 
Sue Harper 
Diane Harrison 
Joan Harrison 
Judy Jaeger 


ROW 4 
Bernie Johnson 
Doris Johnson 
Joni Johnson 
Jeanie Kennedy 
Mary Ann Kershaw 
Cindy Kitts 


ROW 5 
Kay Leonard 
Sherry Logue 
Stephanie Maas 
Marianne Miller 
Francie Mitchell 
President 
Margaret Moore 

ROW 6 
Carol Morasch 
Cora Moseley 
Helen Mottley 
Chris Ranta 
Penny Reddy 
Donna Retzel 


ROW 7 
Jan Ryan 
Gaye Sargent 
Cathy Sheehan 
Betty Smith 
Pam Strand 
Linda Tessman 


ROW 8 

Jerrilynn Thompson 
Gail Tustin 
Linda Wade 
Helen Westlin 
Sharon Williams 
Lowella Young 32 ] 






















Alpha Tau Omega 


ROW 1 
Jon Belcher 
Mike Bendix 
Bob Bennett 
Apostolos Botaitis 
Denny Carswell 
Ron Carter 


ROW 2 
Joe Chatterton 
Bill Church 
John Congdon 
Fred Coson 
Ethan Crawford 
Stewart Edwards 


ROW 3 
Gary Euscher 
Kip Gladder 
Bill Graham 
Dick Hawes 
Bob Jamieson 
Dick Johnson 


ROW 4 
Denny Jones 
Ralph Jones 
President 
Greg Lissner 
Dick Marlin 
Charles McCormick 
Ralph McMillan 

ROW 5 
Rick Myers 
Jeff Nemitz 
Joe Nye 
Mark Perelti 
Dick Pierson 


ROW 6 
Greg Pratt 
Bob Puckett 
Dave Sheldon 
Richard Sliute 
Jim Simons 


ROW 7 
Bill Southern 
Ken Steams 
Rich Stipe 
Jim Taylor 
Doug Wise 



322 
































Apartments 




ROW 1 

James Barcott 
David Bathrick 
Gordon Best 
Mike Bitterling 
Jerry Booth 
Ron Brady 
Charles R. Brock way 

ROW 2 
Gary Brosius 
Allan Carr 
Jim Coulter 
Ralph Croston 
Dave Dahtnen 
Bill Donley 
Byron Drahold 

ROW 3 
Leonard Fonda 
Alan Fritzberg 
Bob Fuller 
Ron Graham 
Ed Greene 
Jim Greene 
Richard Guglomo 

ROW 4 
Donald Howe 
David “Hurtin” 

Hunt, Jr. 

Jim Jensen 
Duane Johnson 
Bill Kelley 
Stan King 
John P. Kirscli 
ROW 5 
Ed Lebert 
Bob Lee 

George McGinnis 
Gale Nickel 
Paul Pazooki 
Dick Picton 
Larry Porter 

ROW 6 

Norman Rantanen 
Mont Rock 
Chuck Rogers 
Denny Rutherford 
Les Saylor 
Jerry Schmeil 
John Schmidt 

ROW 7 
Stephen Seaton 
John Svalbe 
Jerry Thomas 
Larry Thompson 
Rob Tillotson 
Bruce Townsend 
Tracy Townsend 

ROW 8 
Bob Vogler 
John Walters 
Pete Walters 
Gary White 
Loren Wills 
Bill Zak 

Jon Ziegler 323 
























Beta Theta Pi 




ROW 1 
Ron Anderson 
President 
Ed Barker 
Bob Boek 
Bill Cook 
Chuck Dagg 
Pat Dix 

ROW 2 
Jim Felber 
Ed Fiskland 
Mike Gimbol 
Ron Goddard 
Walt Goddard 
Bob Hall 


ROW 3 

Chuck Hammond 
Jack Hendrickson 
Terry Johnson 
Mike Jones 
Murray Judge 
Tom Kelley 


ROW 4 
Ed Kennedy 
Rik Kuhn 
John Lamp 
Bob Luby 
Chris Marker 
Steve McCloud 


ROW 5 
Rodger Noel 
Jim Norland 
Bruce Nurse 
Stan Olin 
Craig Olson 


ROW 6 
Allen Peterson 
Scott Rutherford 
Dave Sacco 
Larry Schreck 
Bill Self 


ROW 7 
Rich Sheron 
Gary Speerstra 
Gary Stack 
Duane Steiger 
Brian Yost 





324 




























ROW 1 
Carol Barton 
Judy Baxter 
Sara Blakkolb 
Sheila Bowelle 
Kathy Bruce 
President 
Susan Cary 
Fran Cavanaugh 
ROW 2 
INancee Clodius 
Jeannie Davis 
Kendra Diehl 
Judy Dix 
Vangie Dumas 
Jill Dunbar 


ROW 3 
Kathy Eekliardt 
Sue Edwards 
Pat Enger 
Jan Feider 
Sandy Finch 
Farralee Fuller 


ROW 4 
Hallie Glover 
Esther Combos 
Connie Guddall 
Karol Hagman 
Marian Harrison 
Linda Holland 


ROW 5 

Kirs Hollingbery 
Anne Hungate 
Jan Hyde 
Jan John 
Judy B. Johnson 
Claire Junor 


ROW 6 

Lyndal Kennedy 
Pam Kester 
Gayle Larson 
Carolyn Leach 
Jean Morgan 
Margie Nordquist 


ROW 7 
Leslie Oakes 
Sue Ormiston 
Pam Pederson 
Marjie Pope 
Peg Price 
Janet Sue Reed 

ROW 8 
Linda Rose 
Sue Rosellini 
Barbara Simpson 
Jacque Snow 
Cheryl Swanson 
Jeanie Thomas 












































Coman 


ROW l 

Kathy Anastasio 
Marilyn Barber 
Virginia Barkhuff 
Diane Beek 
Terry Boyd 
Marie Brackett 


ROW 2 

Sally Buitenveld 
Kathy Case 
Dianne Challman 
Jean Chalmers 
Judy Chalmers 
Heather Cody 


ROW 3 
Lee Cody 
Sally Creasman 
Kathy Crockett 
Bertys Davis 
Carina Davis 
Golda Davis 


ROW' 4 

Jeanette Erickson 
Kathy Flynn 
Trudeen Fowler 
Susan Cerritsen 
Jeannie Gibson 
Carolyn Glidden 


ROW 5 
Maxine Hall 
Tish Hamilton 
Kathy Hanowell 
Gail Hartman 
Karen Heimbigner 
Jolene Herrin 


ROW 6 

Sandra Hethcock 
Linda Hill 
Vicki Howard 
Marlene Jacobson 
President 
Judy Jensen 
Christine Jepsen 

ROW 7 

Shirley Johnson 
Chris Jones 
Mary Beth Jones 
Karen Kjack 
Sue Klapstein 


ROW 8 
Pat Krueger 
Sandy Lacey 
Lonnah Lewis 
Kathy Lindsey 
Elaine Liu 




































Coman 


C 




ROW 1 
Ruelyn Maag 
Carole Mace 
Karen Mahnkey 
Catliy Maki 
Robin Mattson 
Wendy Mnurniann 


ROW 2 
Carol McCourt 
Jan Newstrom 
Carol O’Donnell 
Margaret Orr 
Nancy Readier 
Carol Pelton 


ROW 3 
Judy Penwell 
Cheryl Peterson 
Jeunne Peterson 
Karen Sue Phillips 
Pan Potucek 
Judy Renfro 


ROW 4 
Pam Repanich 
Margery Robison 
Connie Schreiber 
Louise Schultz 
Sandy Sedergren 
Linda Sherman 


ROW 5 
Sally Shintaffer 
Carol Spangenberg 
Lonnie Spooner 
Beth Stevenson 
Diana Strickland 
Edana Strickland 


ROW 6 

Elizabeth Stromberger 
Linda Swanson 
Nora Tierney 
Janice Tietz 
Nancy Todd 
Nancy Vlahovich 


ROW 7 

Gretchen Von Pein 
Judy Wallace 
Linda Waring 
Cheryl Watson 
Linda Werner 


ROW 8 

Darlene Williams 
Barbara Wilson 
Gretchen Wonders 
Carole Wood 
Aleeta Wright 
























Community 


ROW 1 
Rieko Abe 
Connie Arkills 
Norene Bailey 
Dayle Banks 
Janet Benson 
Kathy Black 


ROW 2 

Anna Marie Boyd 
Lynn Brotherton 
Pat Burns 
Valerie Byers 
Janet Conway 
Margaret Eash 
President 

ROW 3 
Claudia Forrey 
Betty Garrett 
Jan Geiger 
Audrey Ginia 
Barbara Haller 
Bev Hamstad 


ROW 4 
Cathy Hand 
Mary Hansen 
Diane Hargadine 
Lvnda Hendricks 
Anne Hill 


ROW 5 
Joanne Hoop 
Kalliy House 
Karen Humphrey 
Margce Jacobsen 
Joyce Kaiser 


ROW 6 

Alta Kavanaugh 
Kathy Keatley 
Darlene Kelly 
Sue Kirscli 
Nancy Kmlad 



328 





















Community 




ROW 1 
Susan Lalhrop 
Melinda Ludeman 
Kathy Lyons 
Linda McClellan 
Joyce McCoy 
Pat Mclrvin 


ROW 2 
Sally Mooring 
Sherryl Onstott 
Babara Janice Paine 
Susan Parr 
Carol Pearson 
Patricia Peters 


ROW 3 
Bobbi Pfafman 
Deanna Rausch 
Marjorie Riley 
Karla Robbie 
Rochelle Rodgers 
Betty Sears 


ROW 4 
Jean Simpson 
Betty Sisson 
Helen Skrentny 
Carol Sloan 
Karen Snook 
Carol Spadoni 


ROW 5 
Linda Spadoni 
Pat Thompson 
Leah Thornton 
Mary Trowbridge 
Mildred Turner 


ROW 6 
Wendie Walker 
Davida Weide 
Edna Wilder 
Carol Williams 
Bobbie Witt 




329 































Davis 



ROW 1 

Jacki Anderson 
Palsy Ayers 
Barbara Bagley 
Karen Bert 
Ann Bluhm 
Sara Brierley 


ROW 2 

Roberta Burdick 
Rose Ann Chenois 
Sharon Cox 
Donna Dacy 
Diane Davenport 
Georgina Davis 


ROW 3 

Lynda De Feyter 
Judy Dow 
Mary Ellison 
Mary Ellen Floyd 
Pat Freeman 
Pat Gallagher 


ROW 4 

Bonnie Gasaway 
Cheryl Good 
Sharon Gregg 
Glenna Haaland 
Susan Hagen 
Janice Haines 


ROW 5 
Ruth Hamry 
Karen Hardin 
Jackie Harting 
Sally Jo Henderson 
Donna Hurd 


ROW 6 
Karen Kinney 
Betty Klattenhoff 
Pat Krogh 
Karen Kunz 
Christine Laib 



330 














































ROW 1 
Sharon Leigh 
Madeleine Logan 
Frances Long 
Roberta MacDonald 
Suzanne Macklin 
Bea Macmillan 


ROW 2 

Marcia MacQuarrie 
Sandra McCune 
Susan McDaniel 
Linda McDevitt 
Theresa Mercy 
Lucille Moehring 


ROW 3 

Marilynn Murphy 
Patricia Murphy 
Sharon Nicholas 
Sandy Oellien 
Helen Partridge 
Lois Pedersen 


ROW 4 

Priscilla Pedersen 
Donna Radmaker 
Shirley Ramsey 
Judy Rose 
Beverly Schenefeld 
Diane Scollard 


ROW 5 
Vicky Shapiro 
Jean Shult 
Jeanne Simmons 
Carol Smith 
Kathy Strang 
Sue Thompson 


ROW 6 

Louise Ann Twilligear 
Dianna Vance 
Claudia Vaughn 
Betty Weber 
Joanna Ying 


331 

























ROW 1 
Bill Burwell 
Cal Cathcart 
Gus Clapp 
Joe Corbett 
Jim Daniels 


ROW 2 
Arend Dawson 
Richard Dinger 
Ted Fawcett 
Del Hively 
Mike Matthaeus 


ROW 3 
Ken McDermid 
Jim McFarland 
Mike Miller 
Paul Muller 
Ken Oswald 


ROW 4 
Doug Peterson 
Ron Peterson 
Jim Sinkbeil 
Ronald Streich 
Robert Sullivan 


ROW 5 
Jim Sypber 
Haluk Taysi 
President 
John Wheeler 
Ray Willms 
Bruce Wilson 



332 
























ROW 1 
Mary Abbot 
Gretchen Ashe 
Jan Rattan 
Gandy Beatty 
Carol Benine 
Pam Benine 
Kathleen Berry 

ROW 2 

Barbara Bjornstad 
Barbara Borck 
Kathy Boyd 
Joni Bradford 
Joy Broom 
Sally Chase 
Barbara Cook 

ROW 3 
Ann Coonradt 
Cheryl Eastham 
Carol Frodesen 
Kay Ganson 
Sandy Guffey 
Sue Holderness 


ROW 4 

Fran Huntingford 
Karen Ingebrigtson 
Jan Ives 
Jann Jacobs 
Marsha James 
Carol Looysen 


ROW 5 
Mary Magnusen 
Sue Martin 
Donna McGill 
Joan-Belle Mix 
Nancy Nogle 
Barhara Reynolds 


ROW 6 
Andrea Ritchie 
Nancy Rooks 
Suzie Rowswell 
Kay Sater 
Nancy Satterwhite 
Carleen Scroggie 


ROW 7 
Emmy Smith 
Jeri Smith 
Julie Storwick 
Carter Taylor 
Sharon Theige 
Donna Thompson 

ROW 8 
Cheryl Tjossem 
Sue Walker 
Judy Walsh 
Mary Walsh 
President 
Wendy Whitehall 
Marsha Williams 






















































Delta Gamma 


't 


ROW 1 
Ann Allert 
Shirley Allert 
Kathryn Amsler 
Barbara Barlow 
Nancy Barnett 
Pat Beard 


ROW 2 
Tovi Bohlke 
Nancy Boyd 
Sandy Boyd 
Susan Danekas 
Charlene Elduen 
Karen Ellefsen 


ROW 3 

Marie Freudenberger 
Joanna Goodner 
Bobbi Graep 
Carolyn Hash 
Barbara Hatfield 
Kim Hildebrand 


ROW 4 
Joan Hille 
Cheryl Janecky 
Kit Kearns 
Linda LaVigne 
Lou Ann Little 
Diane Long 


ROW 5 
Cheryl Love 
Margaret Love 
Susan Mackenroth 
Linda Madsen 
Sally Jo McKinnon 
Ginger MeNaugbt 


ROW 6 
Pat Moreman 
Marilyn Mullin 
Diane Myers 
Sandy O’Neill 
Michelle Perkins 
Nancy Picatti 


ROW 7 
Jo Anne Poska 
Pam Rogers 
Elaine Sivers 
Linda Stafford 
Chris Stine 
Marian Svinth 

ROW 8 

Tammie Sweeney 
President 
Vicki Vowels 
Jenifer West 
Jo Whiteley 
Karen Winch 
Judy Yeo 























Delta Sigma Phi 




ROW 1 

Craig Brooknian 
Norman Chase 
Alan Clough 
Dave Dubois 
Chuck Glass 


ROW 2 
Les Hunter 
Douglas Knowles 
Larry Neil 
Janies Nelson 


t 


ROW 3 
Richard Potts 
David Raymond 
John Reis 
Ray Rice 


ROW 4 
Ron Stanek 
President 
Dave Stewart 
Maynard Wexler 
Dan Whetsler 


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Delta Tau Delta 



ROW 1 
Fred Bannister 
Bob Bell 
Don Butler 
Steve Drummond 
Teri Hewson 


ROW 2 
Lee Kloeppel 
President 
Steve Koran 
Bruce Liebman 
Larry Link 
Bill Iyokken 


ROW 3 
Guy Marsh 
Paul Norris 
Joe Olhava 
Bob PearRon 


ROW 4 
Dave Rodgers 
Harry Schaler 
Gary Swenson 
Mike Ulrich 





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Delta Upsilon 




ROW 1 
Gary Berg 
Richard Brothers 
Bob Daniel 
Mike Dickson 
Dave Gusseck 


ROW 2 
Dennis Halsey 
Jack Lilja 
Del Motteler 
Bob Pearson 


ROW 3 
Ellis Rousseau 
Lloyd Torgerson 
Brent Trathen 
Dennis Williams 


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Duncan Dunn 


ROW 1 

Lynne Atherton 
Mary Lue Bennett 
Donna Bergstrom 
Linda Boys 
Cheryl Carlson 
Carla Christiansen 


ROW 2 
Sharon Clinton 
Caroline Cummin# 
Linda Daschbach 
Bobbie Davis 
Daphne Davis 
Dee Deskins 


ROW 3 
Peggy DeVries 
Kay Downing 
Joanne Ehrlich 
Peg Fussell 
Nancy Gill 
Maria Gomez-Bello 


ROW 4 
Gloria Gordon 
Helen Gray 
Janet Hansen 
Janet Helphrey 
Joyce Herbel 


ROW 5 
Kathie Herr 
Sue Holway 
Cheryl Howard 
Linda Lu Johnson 
Sandy Johnson 


ROW 6 

Mary Francis Jones 
Sharon Justice 
Dyan Kayser 
Pat Kern 
Karen King 



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Duncan Dunn 




ROW 1 
Kathy Kirk 
Judy Knott 
Gloria Koetje 
Barb Laney 
Marilyn Leach 
Diane I,eClare 


ROW 2 
Saundra Lee 
Margaret Matthews 
Margie Matthews 
Susan McDonald 
Pat McIntyre 
Mary Miles 


ROW 3 
Shirley Miller 
Mary Ann Moll 
Prudi Nelson 
Carol Norene 
Natalie Pang 
Juleen Pearson 


ROW 4 
Tresa Pounders 
Nancy Ramsey 
President 
Sandy Rosenhladt 
Diane Scroggie 
Kathy Soave 
Linda Steviek 

ROW 5 
Kathy Stitz 
Heidi Strommer 
Pat Thomas 
Sue Thomas 
Joan VanBlaricom 


ROW 6 
Kathy Wagner 
Cosy Wassard 
Ellen Weihermiller 
Janet Williams 
Sheila Zangar 


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Farmhouse 


ROW 1 

Farid Ahsanuddin 
Mueen Ahsan-ud-din 
Bill Anderson 
Larry Baginski 
Dan Bartelheimer 
Dale Bedlington 


ROW 2 

Roy Breckenridge 
Jim Bryan 
Berl L. Colley 
Dick Davis 
Delbert Depner 
Eric Erickson 


ROW 3 

George Fredlund 
Ward Glessner 
Lee Graham 
Gerard Hanlon 
Ronald Hegewald 
Jim Helm 


ROW 4 
Dan Hensley 
John Humphrey 
Mark Jacobson 
Dennis Kincaid 
Karl Kipping 
Alan Klehatim 


ROW 5 
Bill Lahberton 
Dan Larson 
Hal Matthiesen 
Nick Michaud 
Dave Moore 


ROW 6 
Gene Nesbitt 
Rick Ostrander 
Larry Pickering 
Gary Poole 
Dwane Sahoe 


ROW 7 
Tom Steele 
Bob Stevens 
Ken Strausz 
David Syre 
President 
Stephen Syre 


ROW 8 
Leroy Thomsen 
John Wade 
Boyd Walton 
Jim While 
Walt Wruble 




























Gamma Phi Beta 




ROW 1 
Lin Adamson 
Heidi Anderson 
Barbara Asaph 
Diane Aslakson 
Linnea Bartelheimer 
Judy Bean 
Rauny Berg 

ROW 2 
Cheryl Brandt 
Elizabetli Burr 
Penny Busche 
Judi Cameron 
Susan Campbell 
Shelby Carpenter 
Nancy Cook 

ROW 3 

Donna Downard 
Barbara Engelhard! 
Naomi Lu Fah 
Bev Fennimore 
Suzanne Fisher 
Danny Frank 
Kitty Freyermutli 

ROW 4 
Lorrie Garrett 
Susan Giboney 
Carol Gies 
Nislitlia Gill 
Mary Jo Hansen 
Jane Hudspeth 


ROW 5 
Joan Hudspeth 
Marilyn Ingham 
Melissa Jones 
Jo Ann Klossner 
Cora Knopf 
Charlotte Lindstrom 


ROW 6 
Mary Maynard 
President 
Cheryl Nelson 
Becky Parsons 
Vicki Reilly 
Cherle Rheiner 
Patsy Ryan 

ROW 7 
Carri Sande 
Diane Solomon 
Joan Starkey 
Mary Ann Starkey 
Jane Stewart 
Cherie Strayer 


ROW 8 
Linda Strege 
Jeannie Taber 
Joan Vasgaard 
Vikki Veium 
Sandy Whitten 
Becky Wilkie 341 




























Gannon 



ROW 1 
George Akers 
Russell Akiyavna 
Bob Anderson 
Ralph Arney 
Martin Ausetli 
Bill Batjer 


ROW 2 
John Batjer 
Darryl Beers 
Roland Basel 
Paul Bodeau 
Bill Borton 
Robert Boy 


ROW 3 
Steve Drilling 
Don Brunson 
Ken Carlson 
Dick Chess 
Riek Christopherson 
Ken Coney 


ROW 4 
Bill Crawford 
Dan Dahl 
Bill Dailey 
Roger Darker 
Mike Deitch 
Chuck Dorsey 


ROW 5 
Dwight DuVall 
Wayne Espy 
Gary Fast 
William A. Flat! 
Gary Fletcher 


ROW 6 
Earle Foote 
Jiin Franzen 
Harry Furgeson 
Dick Gethmann 
Ron Gill 


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Gannon 




ROW 1 
Dennis Gross 
John Halfmoon 
Ray Hamilton 
Richard Hamm 
John Hansen 
Dennis Hassell 


ROW 2 
Bob Healea 
Dave Hillman 
Charles Hoffedit* 
James Hubhard 
Bob Jandl 
Mike Keller 


ROW 3 
Bob Kemper 
Larry Kocher 
Jerry Koller 
Bill Little 
Jerry Long 
Jerry Madden 


ROW 4 
Karl Maki 
Mitch Mattson 
Doug McHugo 
Blake Miller 
President 
Robert Murray 
Ron Myers 

ROW 5 
Paul Nance 
Michael O’Donnell 
John Onstad 
Douglas Partridge 
Vern Patterson 


ROW 6 
Dan Peel 
Frank Peters 
Paul Petersdorf 
Robert Peterson 
King Phelps 


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Gannon 



ROW 1 
John Prior 
Doug Reisbick 
Melvin Robbins 
Ron Rockstrom 
Ron Rogerson 
Jim Roloff 


ROW 2 
David Rye 
John Salisbury 
Curl Sands 
Greg Schlomer 
Fred Schoen 
Eric Schuster 


ROW 3 

Wayne H. Schulz 
Doug Simpson 
Terry Skorbeim 
Art Snoey 
Ed Sparks 
Kirk Stines 


ROW 4 
Tom Stinson 
Larry Stout 
Bill Sutton 
Ron Sward 
Jim Sydow 


ROW 5 
Warren Terrell 
John Trowbridge 
Wayne Walther 
Charles Weaver 
Dick Weide 


ROW 6 
Ed Wells 
G. Kirby White 
Darrell Roger 
Whitehead 
Avery Willis 
Ben Zlateff 



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Goldsworthy 




ROW 1 
Warren Adams 
Don Averill 
Dick Beers 
Mike Bernath 
Richard Boeve 
Roland Bombino 


ROW 2 

Richard Borman 
Robert Botnen 
Charles Brooks 
William Brooks 
Lorin Burke 
Joel Carlson 


ROW 3 
Mike Cederwall 
Tore Claeson 
Mick Crosby 
Dave Curtis 
President 
Jim Curtis 
Doug Dawson 

ROW 4 
P. R. Dickson 
Devere Duby 
Patrick Dunn 
Ron Elder 
Edward Ellefsen 
Willis Erickson 


ROW 5 

Robert Eshelman 
Sam Eskenazi 
Jon Fager 
Bruce Fenner 
Gary Ferguson 


ROW 6 

Edward E. Flanagan 
George Fuller 
Ronald Griffith 
Kenneth Grunwald 
John Hansen 


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Goldsworthy 


ROW 1 
Rick Harp 
Doug Heimgartner 
Larry Hellie 
Dean Hinehy 
Charles Hutchens 
Dave Hyslop 


ROW 2 
Phil Isaak 
Dick Jones 
Geoffrey Jones 
Chuck Kalin 
Jim Kenton 
Ron Kirkwood 


ROW 3 

Wayne Knowles 
James Kraus 
John Larson 
Dean LeBret 
Gary LeClair 
Boh Loeffler 


ROW 4 
Dick Low 
Arnold Martin 
Pat McDougal 
Leroy Miller 
Ralph Miller 


ROW 5 
Mike Murray 
Gerg Nelson 
Glenn Niederineyer 
Ron Niesen 
David Norley 


ROW 6 
Larry Nutting 
Bob O’Brien 
Howard Olsen 
Ron Olson 
James Peterson 



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Goldsworthy 




ROW 1 
Allen Pitner 
Steve Regan 
Fritz Rennebaum 
Elwin Riley 
diet Rock 
Jack Rock 


ROW 2 

Harry Rodenburg 
Steve Ruark 
Darrell Russell 
Allen Saari 
Steve Sanford 
Mike Sauvola 


ROW 3 
Evan Schafer 
Steve Schnellhardt 
Shane Schwendiman 
Dave Sieberns 
Ralph Spillinger 
Paul Stevens 


ROW 4 
Mark Stjerne 
Lonny Suko 
Dick Suryan 
Don Ted row 
Glen Thomas 


ROW 5 
Ken Tysor 
Harvey Walker 
Oliver Walter 
Bruce Webb 
Jerry Wernz 


ROW 6 
Jim W'ernz 
Johnny Wilkins 
Ray Woodside 
Gary Yonaka 
Bill Zindt 


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Kappa Alpha Thetg 



ROW 1 
Haiti Allen 
Janet Anderson 
Julie Anderson 
Sally Anderson 
Hilary Bertagna 
Betsy Blossom 
Marion Bowker 

ROW 2 
Ann Bratrud 
Nancy Bridges 
Jeanne Buchanan 
Jeanie Callahan 
Penny Cameron 
Dee Campbell 


ROW 3 
Carol Crespi 
Kathy Dehner 
Carolynn Diesman 
Linda Florine 
Sharon Hale 
Patti Highsmith 


ROW 4 
Betsy Hill 
Sheila Holland 
Gretchen Hawley 
Kathy Imniel 
Kristen Katterle 
Georgia Kloostra 


ROW 5 
Jan Knutson 
Gayle LaVigne 
Mike LeClerc 
Sue Lubrecht 
Jeanie Marks 
Judy Max 


ROW 6 
Marilyn Mayo 
Julie McCaw 
Pat McMillen 
Marti Mueller 
Martha Neill 
Trudy Nelson 


ROW 7 
Linda O’Neal 
Christie Paulson 
Peggy Rolfsness 
Pat Ryan 
Suzanne Savitz 
President 
Suzanne Souther 

ROW 8 
Loree Strand 
Jane Tuohy 
Julia Twohy 
Julie Tye 
Nancy Weaver 
Judy Zimmerman 









Kappa Delta 




ROW 1 
Donna Abbott 
Lanette Adams 
Diane Banks 
Linda Barmuta 
Leona Barnhart 
Sliaryl Burgeson 


ROW 2 
Sugar Duey 
Sarah Eldridge 
Aileen Erickson 
Kathy Fowles 
Andree Hofmeister 
Mary Hood 


ROW 3 
Janet Hopper 
Cindy Hupe 
Dotti Ingram 
Geri Jandl 
Karen Jensen 
Joan Killien 


ROW 4 
Shirley Kostora 
Janet Lowell 
Sue Martin 
Susan McPhee 
Kay Nylin 
Judy Olson 


ROW 5 
Mary Ousley 
Sandy Pappas 
Judy Rodekuhr 
Anne Roney 
Shirley Ross 
Sandra Schalow 


ROW 6 

Marian Schmidt 
Barbara Schnebly 
Roberta Shawver 
Su?»an Sisson 
Sandra Slichter 
Virginia Smith 


ROW 7 
Kaye Snyder 
Mary Sturman 
Mary Lou Tomlin 
Pat Torney 
Jean VanDyk 
Joanne Von Salzen 


ROW 8 
Barbara Wade 
Sherla Waggoner 
Linda Wahl 
Page W ard 
Terry Whiting 
President 349 





























Kappa Kappa Gamm 


ROW 1 

Sandi Anderson 
Linda Ayers 
Sheila Bayley 
Sandy Berglund 
Nancy Bodman 
Barbara Brohaugh 
Alanna Cleary 

ROW 2 

Joanne Swanson 
Nancy Collins 
Billye Conley 
Ann Corneil 
Gloria Davis 
Linda Fraser 
Glory Frodesen 

ROW 3 
Barbie Giles 
President 
Jill Giles 
Gail Gladder 
Lynda Hagans 
Jean Henry 
Nancy Hoering 

ROW 4 

Michelle Holcomb 
Myrna Hopper 
Sue Iddings 
Nancy Johnson 
Penny Johnson 
Judy Kieffer 


ROW 5 

Jane Lanterman 
Marcia Lentz 
Linda Lower 
Judy McKay 
Sally Mentzer 
Marilyn Mills 


ROW 6 

Suzie Nussbaum 
Cathy Parrott 
Joanne Paulon 
Marietta Rowe 
Pat Royal 
Carol Safford 


ROW 7 
Jane Sender 
Kathy Sharpe 
Judy Smith 
Jane Stinchfield 
Julienne Stokke 
Yvonne Stokke 


ROW 8 
Camille Storey 
Lynne Storey 
Mary Lou Watkins 
Sharon Williams 
Sandy Wright 
Pat Zimmerman 













Kappa Sigma 




ROW 1 

Dan Abercrombie 
Rusf* Alway 
Mike Anderson 
Buck Arbuckle 
Dave Backs 
John Barney 
Bob Blain 

ROW 2 
Rich Blandau 
Jeff Campbell 
Mike Carnahan 
Pat Cavanaugh 
Greg Cleveland 
Robert Copp 
Jim Corliss 

ROW 3 
Dan Davis 
Vince Dayot 
Bud Dumas 
Bruce Eickhoff 
Dick Farman 
Jim Favre 
Gary Geschke 

ROW 4 
John Gillihan 
Larry Gregory 
Tom Guedel 
Steve Gural 
Wendell Harris 
Chuck Heinemann 
Mike Herrold 

ROW 5 
Jim Hogan 
Bill Honsowetz 
Bill Huseby 
John Hutton 
Dick Janney 
Dan Jensen 
Jim Johnson 

ROW 6 
Roger Johnson 
Harry Koch 
Dick Leidholm 
Rick Maneval 
Mike Matthey 
Tom McLaughlin 
Pat Meiners 

ROW 7 

Dennis Mittelstaedt 
Jim Morrison 
Kip INeuschwanger 
Bob Newbill 
Hans Odsen 
Mike Perkins 
Chris Peterson 

ROW 8 
Frank Phillips 
Irvin Roller 
Richrad Sebring 
Kent Shoemaker 
Bob Smith 
Tom Tisdale 
Bob Vaagen 


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ROW 1 
Jim Anshutz 
Bryce Ault 
Robert Barto 
Larry Bast 
Kenneth Bertrand 
Walter Black 


ROW 2 
Larry W. Brant 
Robert Brickman 
Randall J. Bruck 
Roy Budke 
Melvin Ruhr 
Paul Carosella 


ROW 3 
Fred Carr 
Tom Chambers 
Bill Chapman 
James D. Chase 
Roger Clerf 
Steve Connors 


ROW 4 
Bob Daniel 
Les Dawson 
David Dick 
Don Eisenbarth 
Robin Eliassen 
Rob Elledge 


ROW 5 
Bert Ellison 
Richard Eng 
Paul Engstrom 
Harry V. Ericksen 
Charles L. Featherstone 


ROW 6 

Harvey Featherstone 
Jim Flynn 
Jon French 
Herman R. Gentry 
Steve Goodrich 



352 
















Kruegel 




ROW 1 

Thomas Graham 
Linley Gumm 
Roger Hamilton 
David Harris 
William Hawkins 
Arthur Hawn 


ROW 2 

Thayne E. Heisel 
John Hendricks 
Keith Henrickson 
Dan Hentges 
John Her res 
Paul Hinshaw 


ROW 3 
Ken Hirschel 
Ron Hookland 
Michal Jacobsen 
William Jahns 
Bill Johnson 
Greg Dean Johnson 


ROW 4 
Rod Jones 
Torn Judy 
Steve Keeler 
Keith Ker 
Larry Kimble 
Lawrence Kunz 


ROW 5 
Marvin Lapp 
Dave Ledgerwood 
Doug Lungo 
Richard MacLean 
Don Magnuson 


ROW 6 
Mike Main 
David J. Marzano 
John Matthews 
Mike McCarthy 
John McClain 


353 















Kruegel 


ROW 1 

Richard McEachern 
Richard McLcmorc 
Kcilli Metcalf 
President 
f.liri>i Miehelson 
Mark Mile* 

David Miller 

ROW 2 
Mike Mitchell 
Gerald Mitchelninre 
Fred Morgan 
Ronald Nehon 
Gaylord R. Pease 
Boh Perrine 


ROW 3 
Dick Prine 
Tom Quigley 
Michael Rainholt 
Steve Rayner 
Rod Reid 

Charles W ayne Robbins 


ROW 4 

Peter Rodionoff 
Jim Ruchert 
Ron Sakiima 
Darwin Simpson 
Jeffrey Smith 
Richard Snell 


ROW 5 

Howard I. Stearns 
Loren Taipale 
Kim Taylor 
Bob Thatcher 
John Tilden 
Bob Valentine 


ROW 6 

Steve VanAusdle 
Patrick M. Wall 
Ed Woods 
Robert F. Wright 
Steve Young 



354 












Lambda Chi Al 




ROW 1 
Skip Anderson 
Jiin Arthurs 
Glenn Baker 
Bill Bleakney 
Dick Brautigam 
Steve Brough 
Michael Cole 

ROW 2 
Doug Cook 
Dave Cross 
Bill Dick 
Dean Dolquist 
Ron Erickson 
Gary Faull 
John Francis 

ROW 3 
Terry Garrison 
Mike Goodrich 
Greg Gustafson 
Bruce Hauter 
Dave Hauter 
Maury Hedlund 
Jon Hofmeister 

ROW 4 
Lee Hooper 
Dean Johnson 
Bill Kennedy 
Pat Kimzey 
Wilmar Kohne 
Ron Lind 
Ha raid Loren tzen 

ROW 5 

Gary Manchester 
John McFadden 
Harvey Meier 
Jack Michael 
John Miller 
Larry Milne 


ROW 6 
Brent Morrison 
Nick Nichols 
Gary Parr 
Hans Rasmussen 
President 
Mark Rasmussen 
Tom Reid 

ROW 7 
Brian Rockom 
Harold Rothgeh 
Dick Sehweiger 
Roger Shaw 
Tom Smith 
Mason Sorensen 


ROW 8 
Jerry Talbott 
Steve Thorpe 
Gregg Tinker 
Larry limlerdahl 
Matt W igguiii 
Kevin Wolff 355 

















McAllister 



ROW 1 
Rick Anderson 
Darrell Aune 
Keith Austrian 
John Barber 
Wilson Barnard 
Robert Belknap 


ROW 2 
Brad Blegen 
Bill Boehm 
Dan Bonogofski 
Bob Bus hey 
Dick Carroll 


ROW 3 
Ron Carson 
Donald F. Carter 
Lee Chabre 
Gary L. Coe 
Jim Cunningham 


ROW 4 
Dan Davis 
Tim Douglas 
President 
Darrel Dunean 
Dave Elliott 
David Flathers 


ROW 5 
Ralph Gamon 
Don Giaudrone 
Michael Gies 
Dale Glenn 
John Groshell 



356 
























McAllister 








ROW 1 

Bruce Hedderly Smith 
Merle Herbison 
Gerald Hickman 
Edward Hicks 
John Howell 
Gary Johnson 


ROW 2 
Herb Johnson 
Dave Kieffer 
Jack Kirmse 
Stan Klippert 
Ken Krueger 


ROW 3 
Rich Lanfear 
Benjamin 

Wing-Fai Lau 
Rand R. Lee 
David C. Lindeblom 
Rollie Little 


ROW 4 
Roger Lybecker 
Wayne Madson 
Bob Maguire 
James McDonnell 
Jon McKee 


ROW 5 

James P. Mitchell 
Keith Moan 
Bruce Moeller 
Chuck Mohr 
Bill Norm 


357 


























McAllister 



ROW 1 
Dick Pease 
Thomas M. Petersen 
John Potter 
Russ Rawls 
John Reep 
Jack Sackville-West 


ROW 2 
Bill Schneider 
Bob Shafer 
Larry Shaw 
Daniel Smith 
Marlin Smith 
Dick Sparks 


ROW 3 
Roger Stark 
Tom Stine 
Dave Swain 
Jack Thomas 
Steve Tibbals 


ROW 4 
Bill Tryon 
Edwin Walker 
Richard Walters 
Mike Walton 
Roger Wayman 


ROW 5 

Tom Weingarten 
Fred Weston 
Mike Williams 
Russell Wright 
John A. Zwolinski 



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McCroskey 




ROW 1 
Judy Allsip 
Diane Austinson 
Nancy Banta 
Sharon Balor 
Nancy Bixby 
Gail Bolsford 


ROW 2 
Liz Bowden 
Rosalee Bratton 
Dolores Campbell 
Twila Christensen 
Sue Cody 


ROW 3 
Carol Douglas 
Cheryl Douglas 
Judy Duggar 
Tliea Eliassen 
Ellen Forseth 


ROW 4 

Diane Giaudrone 
Sherry Gray 
Mickey Green 
Lila Griffith 
Judy Harding 


ROW 5 

Chris Hardinger 
Patt Harper 
Lynda Heitman 
Marilyn Heitman 
Betty Higashi 


359 
























McCroskey 



ROW 1 

Joanne Hostikka 
Bobbie Jackson 
Evelyn Jager 
Carolyn Kirscher 
President 
Susan I.undin 
Judy Machiguchi 

ROW 2 
Patrice Mack 
Alda Morris 
Rose Mary Moulton 
Jeri Noteboom 
Jeanette Okinaka 


ROW 3 
Lynne Olsen 
Emily Paddock 
Diane Pederson 
Diane Rooks 
Ann Rudrauff 


ROW 4 

Marjorie Schwartz 
Karen Stampe 
Sondra Sundstrom 
Patty Thelen 
Jeanne Torget 


ROW 5 
Elaine Twite 
Ellen W aldo 
Allene W'eiss 
Betty White 
Robin Woods 



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Neill Hall 




ROW 1 
Bobbie Aurand 
Mary Ann Bays 
Donna Benson 
Jan Berger 
Judy Bells 
Nancy Jo Biddle 


ROW 2 
Carol Bissell 
Julie Bland 
Liene Blums 
Karen Bradford 
Pal Breeden 
Barbara Brewer 


ROW 3 
Wendy Brickeri 
Wyanne Bunyan 
Arlene Butherus 
Diane Carler 
Lucile Carter 
Jane Chambers 


ROW 4 
Judy Clapp 
Janice Copp 
Judy Corder 
Lex Creel 

Kay Lynn England 
Jacki Evans 


ROW 5 
Terry Foote 
Barbara Fulton 
Gail Furseth 
Carolyn Gallagher 
Michelle Germann 


ROW 6 
Cherie Gilbert 
Alice Good 
Joanne Grace 
Suzi Grant 
Kathy Graves 


361 





























ROW 1 

Sally Greenwood 
Laura Grover 
Sally Hagen 
Betty Hamilton 
Janie Hanlon 
Laurie Hanset 


ROW 2 
Joanne Harstad 
Ann Henderson 
Margie Herford 
Jarlee Hokanson 
Janet Jackson 
Linda Jenne 


ROW 3 
Caro] Johnson 
Faith Johnson 
Marcia Jones 
Mary Kienzle 
Susan Kinney 
Beth Kirkwood 


ROW 4 
Barbara Kunz 
Delia Kureluk 
Laurienne Luther 
Jean Lynn 
Robin Macdonald 
Diane Magnuson 


ROW 5 
Marleen Marsh 
Judy Martinson 
Susan Matthews 
Diane McKern 
Marcia Michaelsen 


ROW 6 

Marsina Mitchell 
Patty Neihart 
Connie Neil 
Judy Nygren 
Clara Odell 



362 














Neill Hall 




ROW 1 
Donna Olson 
Judith Olson 
Mitsi Otsuki 
Marie Paisano 
Ruth Patterson 
Linda Pearson 


ROW 2 
Karla Peterson 
Sharon Plotner 
Daneen Powers 
Cheryl Reichert 
Linda Richmond 
Joyce Ruege 


ROW 3 

Sheila Sampson 
Nancy Sato 
Sharon Seferos 
Marion A. Senters 
Marie Sherwood 
Judy Smith 


ROW 4 
Jackie Snyder 
Sharon Sommers 
Judy Stoker 
Carolyn Templeton 
Mary Lou Teske 
Ann a belle Tinsley 


ROW 5 
Doris Tobey 
Mary Tobler 
Carol Van Allen 
Janis Walker 
Judy Walser 


ROW 6 
Diane Whitlock 
Lois Wicklund 
President 
Susie Wilson 
Cassie Worman 
Cheryl Wynn 


363 


























Lower Perham 



ROW 1 
Gwen Allen 
Ginny Anderson 
Marva Anderson 
Sally Anderson 
Jeanne Ashley 
Judy Aspinwall 


ROW 2 
Gale Baker 
Phyllis Bordwell 
Joanne Bowe 
Carol Bowman 
Michele Briece 
Terri Carter 


ROW 3 
Judy Cash 
Mary Ann Chenaur 
Barbara Christiansen 
Judy Croston 
Chris Currie 


ROW 4 
Diana Davis 
Jacque Davis 
Marie Davis 
Chris Dibblee 
Diane Diekeson 


ROW 5 
Nancy Dougan 
Joanne Engelhard! 
Charlene Evans 
Jean Fairchild 
Marguerite Fitzsimmons 


ROW 6 
Sandy Fox 
Linda Gardner 
Jenny Giard 
Whitney Gibbon 
Mary Jean Gleesing 





364 


























Lower Perham 




ROW 1 

Sharon Goldring 
Glenna Griffith 
Janie Hall 
Kathy Hamilton 
Joan Hansen 
Barbara Harcey 


ROW 2 
Vicky Hardtke 
Sandra Hesselman 
Connie Hood 
Helen Hue 
Sue Jackson 
Melodye Johnson 


ROW 3 
Linda Juul 
Judy Klusman 
Lyn Kraatz 
May Ann Kuhling 
Baiba Kundzins 


ROW 4 
Sharron Launer 
Nancy Laz 
Mikki Maher 
Dee Manning 
Loralyn Matthews 


ROW 5 
Julia Mayeda 
Kitty Medin 
Sue Merry 
Lori Miller 
Marcia Moline 


ROW 6 
Sue Mondale 
Jean Mosolf 
Peggy Moss 
Patty Muir 
Sharel Murphy 


365 





















Lower Perham 



ROW 1 
Pat Murray 
Bev Neater 
Ainiele Olson 
Marcy Orr 
Janet Ott 
Nieky Phillips 


ROW 2 
Peggy Pomeroy 
Judy Pool 
Rita Reinhold 
Gloria Riediger 
Pat Ritland 
Chris Robinson 


ROW 3 

Barbara Schaeffer 
Margaret Slaughter 
Pat Sloan 
Jeanie Snyder 
Monica Sparling 


ROW 4 
Linda Stier 
Charlotte Stoll 
Joan Suenaga 
President 
Sue Supper 
Donna Syslad 


ROW 5 

Roberta Lee Thoren 
Sylvia Van Ry 
Jeanne Villiger 
Jeannine Wagner 
Ruth Walker 


ROW 6 

Joan Weinbrecht 
Jill W'eslberg 
Elizabeth Willard 
Nancy Williams 
Janet Willson 



366 
























Upper Perham 




ROW 1 
Judi Alvord 
Pat Arnone 
Suzie Bader 
Lawana Bailey 
Beeky Burner 
Si grid Beal 


ROW 2 

Bonnie Bennedsen 
Cob in a Bennett 
Pain Bennett 
Connie Bernhardt 
Sue Bolenbaugli 
Linda Urutziiian 


ROW 3 
Gene Cunque 
Janet Cavalero 
Arlene Cavanaugh 
Maureen Clausen 
JoAnne Couture 
Donna Davis 


ROW 4 
Peggy Deck 
Sharon Dewelier 
Marilyn Dittinan 
Karen Domstad 
Jill Downing 


ROW 5 
Pat DuBois 
France* Fischer 
Linda Hahn 
Ginn! Hanell 
Mit/.i Hara 


367 

























Upper Perham 


ROW 1 
Jan Hartman 
Diana Haverland 
Susan Hayden 
Punkey Jean Heaberlin 
Holly Hooper 
Connie Hoye 


ROW 2 

Cathy Humphrey 
Jan Johnson 
Nancy Kauffman 
Marcia Keene 
Linda Kildahl 
Shirley Klemp 


ROW 3 
Carol Larsen 
Kathy Lindahl 
Tina Lower 
Helen Maning 
Kit Matthews 
Betsy Maupin 


ROW 4 
Carol Mayclin 
Jean Morrison 
President 
Linda Morton 
Carolyn Munson 
Deanna Mushlitz 


ROW 5 
Geri Nishizawa 
Mary Nyberg 
Sue Parker 
Marilyn Pidcock 
Birgit Povlsen 



368 







































Upper Perham 




ROW 1 
Cheryl Quinn 
Lilli Rauser 
Marcia Ray 
Pam Reitz 
Devon Rick aba ugh 
Ardith Robinson 


ROW 2 
Diane Ruley 
Joan Rushfeldt 
Sandi Sanders 
Hildegarde Schneider 
Stephanie Schwab 
Laurel Schwartze 


ROW 3 
Sandy Seney 
Marcia Shoemaker 
Sandra Six 
Claudia Soli 
Judy Spiker 
Marilyn Stegmeier 


ROW 4 

Eugenie Stronimer 
Judy Swanson 
Joan Troppinan 
Patty Tsuboi 
Judy Wannamaker 


ROW 5 
Kim Watson 
Lynn Wickersham 
Diane Wilson 
Judi Wilson 
Linda Yoshioka 


369 




















Phi Delta Theta 


ROW 1 
Paul Alley 
Neil Anderson 
Ralph Baldwin 
Joe Bedard 
Biff Brotherton 
Don De Groote 
Dave De Meyer 

ROW 2 
Scott De Vry 
Jim Doyle 
Richard Dunlap 
Kim Feldman 
Bill Finkbeiner 
Bob Fry 
Les Galley 

ROW 3 
Bill Gregory 
Ron Haner 
Jim Hendrey 
Richard Hill 
Pher Holmberg 
Steve Huntington 
Tim Irvin 

ROW 4 
Mike Jennings 
Dennis Kloke 
Casey Knowles 
Robin Larson 
Wally Lito 
Dick Logar 
Walt MacFarlane 

ROW 5 
Bob Mauseth 
Don McArthur 
Bob MrGlintick 
Wally McGuire 
Ray Moline 
Bob Montgomery 
Jim Morehouse 

ROW 6 
Jerry Pepin 
Wayne Peterson 
Gail Pintler 
Jack Reilly 
Arky Robbins 
John Rollins 
Bob Salisbury 

ROW 7 
Dale Scilley 
Elliott Simkins 
Jeff Steiner 
Steve Steiner 
Rick Swantz 
Faruk Taysi 
Dave Thomas 
ROW 8 
Jim Thomas 
Larry Tommervik 
Marvin Tommervik 
Bob Weaver 
Mike Werner 
Ken Woods 
Steve Zuvela 














Phi Gamma Delta 




ROW 1 
Bob Adams 
Tom Allen 
Curtis Amo 
Virgo Anderson 
Mike Berry 
Norman Clayton 


ROW 2 

Roger Cockerline 
Chuck Doland 
Phil Dudek 
Gerald Garner 
Ed Goldsworthy 
Walter Gould 


ROW 3 
Jim Grant 
Mike Holtby 
Paul Hansen 
Ken Hirst 
Jim Hobkirk 
Corwin King 


ROW 4 
Richard King 
Gordon McLean 
Dave Porter 
Tom Proctor 
Jim Reece 


ROW 5 
Phil Smith 
Cal Souther 
Victor Swan 
Reid Tinling 
Dale Walker 


ROW 6 
Thad Wardall 
John Wellsandt 
Dale Wierman 
Don Witten 
Charles York 


373 








Phi Kappa Tau 



ROW 1 
Bruce Becker 
Ken Cole 
David Cox 
Dave DeRoshia 
George Dosser 
John Farrow 


ROW 2 
Harry Hamer 
Jim Hamer 
Craig Ives 
Bob Kannberg 
Rick Kelley 
Jim Matheson 


ROW 3 
Jim McConnell 
Ronald Medd 
Leo Morand 
Jim Piiiman 
Curl Price 
President 
Steve Rain bolt 

ROW 4 
Ron Ray 
Dick Reedy 
Jim Reichert 
Jim Rowland 
Dick Shreves 
Vaughn Vordahl 


ROW 5 
Bill Ward 
Mike Wessel 
Larry Wilde 
Dick Wood 
Rich Zier 



372 

















Phi Kappa Theta 




ROW 1 
Joe Barrel! 
Joe Barrigas 
George Bellas 
Mike Bueler 
John Carssow 


ROW 2 
Dick Casmier 
Ken Courtney 
Lee Desmarais 
Bob Dixon 
Dennis Esser 


ROW 3 
Sieve Hahn 
Dave Herrin 
Pat Johnson 
Steve Johnson 
President 
Dennis Large 


ROW 4 
Fred Miller 
Dan Munter 
Bob Tucli 
Jerry Vlahovicli 
Mike Vlahovich 


373 









Phi Sigma Kappa 



ROW 1 
Will Anderson 
Phil Armstrong 
Bill Barrel! 
Tom Baumann 
Dave Bowles 
Larry Brackett 



ROW 2 

Ronald Brulotte 
Harold Brunstad 
Marty Cameron 
Fred Carlson 
Chuck Cline 
Jerry Crinklaw 



ROW 3 

Wayne Crinklaw 
Mick Dale 
Ross Darling 
Mike Davidson 
Tim Davidson 
Randy Flowers 



ROW 4 
Terry Fox 
Larry Franson 
Tom Ha instock 
Tom Hargan 
Gerald Hawley 
Ron Higgins 



ROW 5 
Mike Ingham 
Tyler Jarvis 
Greg Johnson 
Fred Kegel 
Pat Kleweno 
Dale Knuth 


ROW 6 

Bill Kronemeyer 
Bob Leland 
Doug Lukens 
Joe Matthews 
Dick McGinnis 



374 
















Phi Sigma Kappa 




ROW 1 

George McQueen 
Jerry Mills 
Dennis Montgomery 
Roger Nelles 
Phil Nelson 
Phil C. Nelson 


ROW 2 
Jim Norman 
Fred Olin 
Blaine Pearman 
John Roberts 
Mike Rodgers 
Roy Romstad 


ROW 3 
Jerry Root 
Phil Rude 
Bruce Schmick 
Larry Schwerin 
William Schwerin 
Boh Seims 


ROW 4 
Fleming Sevon 
Dean Shintaffer 
Jim Short 
Bob Slack 
Jim Slack 
Earle Smith 


ROW 5 
Tom Strickler 
Carl Taylor 
Steve Taylor 
Bob Thompson 
President 
Bob Tommervik 
Richard Torgerson 

ROW 6 
Allen Vaa 
John Walker 
Richard Walker 
Davidson Wood 
John Wood 


375 

















Pi Beta Phi 


ROW 1 
Judy Allen 
Sandy Anderson 
Mary Belvail 
Barb Ben field 
Judy Bryanl 
Carol Busch 

President 
l.inda Carlson 
ROW 2 
Evelyn Cartony 
Nora Christiansen 
Sharon Claus 
Margie Clegg 
Kaye Clements 
Cathy Dietrich 
Janice Erdman 

ROW 3 
Joyce Erdman 
Ann Goldsworthy 
Patti Greiner 
Ardis Haring 
Lynda Hofstad 
Donna Howard 
Jan Jamar 

ROW 4 

Chris Jochimsen 
Judy Johnson 
Kathy Jones 
Lyndal Keith 
Susan Kelley 
Linda Kellman 
Sue Kienitz 

ROW 5 
Carol Lee 
Cherry Leonard 
Pat McDonald 
Kay Mead 
Diane Miller 
Jan Moodie 
Ann Nicholson 

ROW 6 
Linda Ohling 
Kathy Quinn 
Marja Saura 
Sandy Seaman 
Sue Schnebly 
Jenifer Secord 
Bette Shannon 

ROW 7 
Ann Sievers 
Cindy Smith 
Cris Smith 
Carmen Snitily 
Janie Spiller 
Pam Taylor 


ROW 8 
Joy Underwood 
Julie Vanasse 
Stephanie Vaupell 
Caroline Wagner 
Deanie W’endt 
Jane W ilniot 






















Pi Kappa Alpha 






ROW 1 

Hilding Anderson 
Bob Andre 
Dave Ayling 
Steve Blair 
John Cardwell 
Dick Carman 


ROW 2 
Rick Cams 
John Christensen 
Dave Collins 
Tom Cook 
Doug Coplen 
Dennis Dayley 


ROW 3 
Guy Doan 
Terry Dobson 
President 
Dick Donahue 
John Flerchinger 
Loren Gee 


ROW 4 
Ron Goldsberry 
Steve Hamm 
Jerry Harms 
Steve Haskins 
Mark Henry 


ROW 5 
Kim Hill 
Ken Hosie 
Jim Hutchins 
Leonard Jacobs 
Larry Jtidson 


ROW 6 
Bill Keatts 
Rod King 
Don Knipe 
Bob Larson 
Robert Ludwig 


377 


























Pi Kappa Alpha 



ROW 1 
Ron Lunnum 
Mike Maas 
Rick Mattson 
Greg Maurer 
Terry McColman 
Jim McGrann 


ROW 2 
Bob Moss 
Dick Muri 
Don Nelson 
Tom Olson 
Gary Ostlund 
Rick Radovich 


ROW 3 
Don Rhode 
Ron Riedasch 
Fred Row 
Andrew Rustan 
Jerry Schei 


ROW 4 
Norm Sherwood 
Chuck Sims 
Wally Stanley 
Jerry Stewart 
Ed Stock 


ROW 5 
Steve Taylor 
John Thompson 
Marty Thompson 
Robert A. Thompson 
Bob Triebelborn 


ROW 6 
John Turner 
Wendell Wardell 
Charles Washburn 
Joe Waters 
Bob Wright 



378 










Regents 




ROW 1 
Sue Acker! 

Jane Adams 
Sue Adams 
Mary Jo Anderson 
Susan Angeloff 
Mary Ann Armstrong 


ROW 2 
Kathy Arneson 
Sandy Asbury 
Mary Asimus 
INelda Austin 
Ariine Averett 
Sandy Ayars 


ROW 3 
Betsie Baker 
Nancy Baldwin 
Bonnie Bateman 
Lila Bateman 
Gwen Beattie 
Bonnie Bjornson 


ROW 4 
Betsy Blake 
Pat Boblet 
Judy Borton 
Susan Botteen 
Bonnie Bowen 
Anita Boyd 


ROW 5 
Linda Brady 
Lynne Bray 
Judy Brende 
Karin Brilling 
Linda Broom 


ROW 6 

Rosemary Bruns 
Sheree Bundy 
Lorraine Cain 
Yulene Campbell 
Laurie Caniparoli 


ROW 7 
Nancey Carter 
Catby Cautbers 
Oleta Chambers 
Diane Clarey 
Cheryl Clark 


ROW 8 
Patty Gark 
Sandra Gick 
Laura Coates 
Christina Coats 
Faye Cochran 


379 
































Regents 



ROW 1 
Michele Cody 
Janet Comings 
Becky Conklin 
Arlene Coon 
Mary Jo Corliss 
Norma Jean Coulter 


ROW 2 
Miriam Cross 
Clara Cyr 
Peggy Davis 
Janis Deking 
Cheryl DeKoker 
Carole DeMatis 


ROW 3 
Kathy DeMatis 
Margaret Dezell 
Barb Dillon 
Jean Doncaster 
Nancy Dorgan 
Judy Duvall 


ROW 4 

Billie Engelhard! 
Judi English 
Joanne Espeseth 
Susan Estvold 
Marti Evans 
Pat Evertsbusch 


ROW 5 
Linda Farrar 
Donna Faulkner 
Eileen Fay 
Janice Fields 
Marie Foley 
Carol Fors 


ROW 6 
Kathy Fosburg 
Jan Frender 
Babe Fridell 
Nancy Friedrich 
Georgia Gales 


ROW 7 
Patty Garnett 
Pat Garnsey 
Sue Garrison 
Patricia Gates 
Maureen Gay 


ROW 8 

Carolyn Gilbreath 
Nancy Gildehaus 
Kay Goodfellow 
Feme Graybeal 
Shannon Greene 
























Regents 




ROW 1 

Marilyn Grinned 
Sandy Gundstroni 
Carmella Hall 
Sandy Hamilton 
Lynda Hampton 
Lynn Harrison 


ROW 2 
Linda Heady 
Saundra Hefte 
Ann Hicks 
Linda Hilliker 
Carole Holland 
Marjorie Hollingworth 


ROW 3 
Carol Hooey 
Janice Hopp 
Ellen Hosie 
Bobbi Houston 
Sallie Hudson 
Lucy Hughes 


ROW 4 
Becky Jameson 
Phyllis Jensen 
Josene Jensvold 
Kjeri Jerstad 
Diant* Johnson 
Gerri Johnson 


ROW 5 
Joni Johnson 
Gayle Kessler 
Marlene King 
Sandy King 
Marie Kirkwood 
Sharon Kissler 


ROW 6 

Darlene Klecker 
Judy Kreshel 
Barbara Levette 
Carol Lind 
Ann Lindh 


ROW 7 

Bonnie Livermore 
Joyce Long 
Linda Long 
Margie Long 
Phalice Long 


ROW 8 
Sue I^orain 
Linda Lubben 
Pam Maben 
Vicki Macaulay 
Lenn Mackedon 


















Regents 



ROW 1 

Leslie Magnussen 
Nicki Mahnkey 
Barbara Malen 
Mary Marken 
Joy Marsden 
Sharon Marsden 


ROW 2 

Margie Marshall 
Karen Martinson 
Dorothy Mattem 
Marjorie McConaughy 
Sara McConnell 
Barb McFarlane 


ROW 3 
Nancy McGee 
Marlys McGrath 
Bonnie McLean 
Helen McNinch 
Karen Mickey 
Marcia Miller 


ROW 4 
Rita Miller 
Judy Gene Millikan 
Andrea Miskoski 
Roselea Mooney 
Cheri Moore 
Marilynn Morris 


ROW 5 

Barbara Morrison 
Kaaren Mynar 
Bonnie Natsuhara 
Sharon Natsuhara 
Cinda Newby 
Laurel Nielsen 


ROW 6 
Sharene Nielsen 
Joyce Olsen 
Laree Olsen 
Judy Olson 
Pam Osborn 


ROW 7 
Sue Owens 
Carol Pardue 
Penny Parmenter 
Nancy Pedersen 
Diane Perron 


ROW 8 
Jeanette Perron 
Terri Phaneuf 
Kathie Phillips 
Pat Polinsky 
Ruth Potter 

































ROW 1 
Linda Powell 
Gwen Priest 
Cathy Prihar 
Julie Puterbaugh 
Noel Questad 
Carolyn Race 


ROW 2 
Louise Rainbolt 
Donna Rasmussen 
Candace Rawlings 
Carol Ray 
Judith Reese 
Paula Reister 


ROW 3 
Susan Reitz 
Sue Rice 
Sue Richeson 
Pat Ritter 
Betty Roberts 
Kay Robertson 


ROW 4 
Nancy Rodgers 
Jean Rulffes 
Carole Sackerman 
Janet Salvadalena 
Marilyn Schliewe 
Violet Schrock 


ROW 5 

Janie Schultz 
Eileen Schumacher 
Anne Schuster 
Rhoda Setterberg 
Mernie Shaw 
Elaine Shilliam 


ROW 6 
Dayle Shipley 
Diane Shultz 
Meredith Slusser 
Vicki Smaby 
Darlene Small 


ROW 7 
Charyl Smith 
Dianne Smith 
Judy Smith 
Sharon Smith 
Susie Smith 


ROW 8 
Judy Smoots 
Dee Snider 
Barbara Sommerville 
Sally Spencer 
Barbara Steenbergen 








































Regents 



ROW 1 
Ann Slenson 
Dianna Stephens 
Barb Stockwell 
Valaray Straub 
Anne Strom 
Shara Strong 


ROW 2 
Helen Swenholt 
Diane Swenson 
Sally Swenson 
Luada Swisher 
Di Anne Tagg 
Fay Telecky 


ROW 3 

Marlene Tengelin 
Barbara Thiel 
Elaine Thom 
Jo Ann Thompson 
Mary Thompson 
Fat Thompson 


ROW 4 

Sharon Townsend 
Bev Trump 
Kathy Turner 
Ines Ubici 
Sue Utsunomiya 
Marcia Vekich 


ROW 5 
Kareen Verdick 
Diane Vukovich 
Jeanette Wagner 
Sue Warnock 
Cynthia Weers 
Loyce Wheeler 


ROW 6 

Sharon Whitney 
Victoria Wiggins 
Kathy Wildermuth 
Marilyn Wilkins 
Arleatta Williams 


ROW 7 
Ginny Williams 
Sandra Wilson 
Susan Wohld 
President 
Karen Wolf 
Sandra Wood 


ROW 8 
Carolyn Wright 
Pat Wylam 
Elaine Wyss 
Ann Youngstrom 
Diana Zee 





















ROW 1 

Robert Bachelder 
Roger Baker 
Spencer Barnes 
Richard Bender 
Larry Bickelhaupt 
Gary Bland 
President 

ROW 2 
Clint Blomberg 
George Brinkman 
Jim Bryant 
Don Buster 
Jim Cady 
Larry Calkin 


ROW 3 
Jim Camp 
Lon Carlson 
John Childs 
Jerry Click 
Dick Coif 
David Coombs 


ROW 4 
Bob Corlett 
Les Cotton 
Walter Everett 
Currah, Jr. 

Jeff Dawson 
William Eckmann 
Douglas Erbes 

ROW 5 
Bob Fancher 
Gerald Fleming 
Jim Fogg 
John Freer 
Don Grahn 
Philip Haines 


ROW 6 
Dick Hall 
John Hanson 
Doug Head 
Fred Heany 
Tom Heerema 


385 














ROW I 
John Hensley 
Luther Hint/. 

Charles Gary Hoffman 
Ronald Hoffman 
Riehard Hothen 
Gerald lehiki 


ROW 2 
Gerry Inouye 
Warren Kirk 
Jim Knotts 
Bill Koberstein 
Jim La Motte 
Jerry Lane 


ROW 3 
Rick Long 
Mike Markovich 
Art Mane^re 
Jack Mann 
Don McCrimmon 
Gordon Meade 


ROW 4 
John Merkel 
Dave Middleton 
Albert Mitchell 
Pat Moore 
Ray Mosher 
Cory Nelsen 


ROW 5 
Larry Nel*on 
Dennis Norman 
Wally Oniori 
Robert O’Neil 
Gerald Ostby 
Tim Palmer 


ROW 6 
William Parisio 
Jeff Parker 
Robert Parry 
Bill Peters 
Marvin Pietila 
Lynn Pochert 



386 












Rogers 




ROW 1 
Steve Porter 
Carl Robart 
Marlin Robinson 
Jim Roning 
Dwight Rose 
Bill Ross 


ROW’ 2 
Dave Sams 
Richard Schalo 
Robert Scheidtmann 
Ken Scbutter 
Ron Skylstad 
Doug Smith 


ROW 3 
Larry Smith 
Martin Snoey 
Sigurd Sorensen 
Harrison Spiegelberg 
Bill Stainken 
David Steiner 


ROW 4 
Keith Stennes 
Jini Stuart 
Sam Talley 
Paul Tanaka 
Mike Tate 
David Van Hoy 


ROW 5 
Art Vautour 
Ronald Verbeck 
Mark Vogel 
William F. Vogler 
Robin Wachira 
Dick Wadley 


ROW 6 
Zale Wampler 
Don Weed 
Mike Wetzbarger 
Dale Wilson 
Leonard Workman 
John Zimmerman 


387 


















Scott 




ROW 1 
Sally Arbon 
Vera Arrowsmith 
Sue Ashton 
Sandy Atchison 
Judy Baumgartner 
Linda Boomer 


ROW 2 
Margo Borgen 
Rita Brackenbush 
Toni Bradford 
Carol Brubaker 
Sally Buergler 
Dianna Bunnell 


ROW 3 
Judy Byer 
Janet Carpenter 
Martha Ann Carter 
Margaret Cliunibers 
Laura Christman 
Priscilla Cole 


ROW 4 
Kathy Cone 
Ann Coombs 
Joan Crawford 
Betty Elder 
Rose Eng 
Linda Erickson 


ROW 5 
Marilyn Ewing 
Eileen Faught 
Margaret Fleming 
Mary Kay Folkins 
Carmon Fountain 


ROW 6 

Barbara Francisco 
Beth Freckleton 
Judy Friberg 
Sandy Galleniore 
Linda Gaspard 



388 










































Scott 




ROW 1 
Virginia Hall 
Carol Hamilton 
Judy Hamilton 
Carole Hansen 
Cynthia Harrison 
Jan Hustings 


ROW 2 
Jann Hooyer 
Carole Horn 
Hope Horton 
Sandra Jacobsen 
Carole Johnston 
Doreen Kuylor 


ROW 3 
Paula Keifert 
Mary Jean King 
Karen Lewis 
Deanna Lindberg 
Kathie Lohstroh 
Janet Long 


ROW 4 
Sue Major 
Mary Ann Mathews 
Phyllis Mathison 
Kay Mattson 
Carol McKenzie 
Shelby McMillan 


ROW 5 
Marilu Mercer 
Betsy Metcalf 
Jennifer Miller 
Karen Montgomery 
Karen Munro 


ROW 6 
Penny Nail 
Norann Neet 
Sandra Noteboom 
Carolyn Ofstad 
Majella Pepin 


389 






































Scott 



ROW 1 

Charlene Pheasant 
Ann Phifer 
Helen Price 
Mary Raichle 
June Remboldt 
Sue Riddell 


ROW 2 

Phyllis Saleman 
Vicki Schiesser 
Judy Schmidt 
Nancy Spangenberg 
Sharon Spurrell 
Pat Stalrup 


ROW 3 
Judy Stanek 
JoAnn Steblaj 
Annette Slender 
Lane Stevens 
Mary Jane Stoakes 
Phil Struck 


ROW 4 
Elaine Thomas 
Jill Thompson 
Linda Thorson 
Sue Tollisen 
Kathy Topolski 
Marcia Tressler 


ROW 5 
Toni Ann Ursic 
Linda Waali 
Paula Wainwright 
Chris Walker 
Judy Walton 
President 
Donna Warner 


ROW 6 

Sandra W'eidkamp 
Virginia Whitney 
Carol W'ilson 
Georgia W'ilson 
Dianne W'right 



390 






























iigma Alpha Epsilon 




ROW 1 
Lance Aaniot 
Mike Allen 
President 
Fred Anderson 
Lee Anderson 
David Balhrick 
Hal Beattie 
Mike Bitterling 
ROW 2 
Bruce Brownell 
Paul Brzosku 
Trigg Davis 
John Ehlers 
William A. Fawcett 
Fred Fosnacht 


ROW 3 
Jim Greene 
Jerry Halvorsen 
Richard Harden 
Norman Howard 
Dennis Johnson 
Jeff Johnson 
Ken Jones 

ROW 4 
Mert Kennedy 
Dick Kneipp 
Bill Kring 
Jim Lampitt 
Dwight Long 
Rick Mackey 


ROW 5 
Kelly Martin 
Jim Mogush 
Jim Patrick 
Bill Raber 
Rick Reeves 


ROW 6 
Van Rhebeck 
Tom Robinson 
John R. Sahlberg 
Jerry Schmeil 
Alex Schweiz 
Jim Short 


ROW 7 
Jerry Simicich 
Dave Storey 
Ross Taylor 
Dave Thu mm el 
Larry Warwick 
Harry Watkins 


ROW 8 

Steve Wattenbarger 
Steve Weber 
Steve Wilcox 
Louis Wishert 
Bob Wood 
John Woodman 












ROW 1 
Ken Alexander 
Mike Allert 
Jerry Buettner 
Dennis Church 
Jeff Clausen 
William E. Cole 


ROW 2 
John Coulthard 
Bob Cromer 
Larry Culver 
President 
John Daley 
George Dunham 
Bill Ebel 

ROW 3 
Larry Evans 
Jerry Green 
Dave Hall 
Dick Hall 
Ed Haskell 
Dave Helsby 


ROW 4 
Byron Henry 
Jerry Herres 
Norman Houston 
Bruce Hutchison 
R. August Kempf 
Garith Krause 


ROW 5 
Herb Larson 
John R. McCormick 
Pat McDonough 
Tom McPherson 
Tom Michaels 


ROW 6 

Robert Bruce Moore 
Bruce Muinford 
Howard Neill 
Bob Neilson 
Steve Nygren 


ROW 7 
Larry Ogg 
Bert Pence 
Terry Richard 
Grant Rowe 
Rolland Schmitten 


ROW 8 
Vin Sherman 
Bob Slind 
Terry Snow 
Ron Snyder 
Dave W atson 





















Sigma Kappa 




ROW 1 
Karen Balsley 
Terry Barnard 
Melinda Beckley 
Nancy Camp 
Carol Chadwick 
Bev Chapman 
Sharon Coleman 

ROW 2 
Judy Conrath 
Carole Fallstrom 
Sheryl Fred 
Marla Froeber 
Linda Garner 
Gigi Gibson 


ROW 3 
Elsie Gill 
Marti Hahn 
Janie Hammons 
Carleen Johnson 
Jacquie Kindel 
Jackie Larson 


ROW 4 
Carolyn Lewis 
Maggie Maginnis 
Jan McKenna 
President 
Melinda Merrill 
Jean Metzgar 
Sue Nicholson 

ROW 5 
Lena Olsson 
Sharon Patrick 
Judy Pratt 
Ellyn Rittenhouse 
Sue Shaw 
Bonnie Sinclair 


ROW 6 
Diane Stanton 
Kay Stritmatter 
Sharon Templeton 
Ruth Vallandigham 
Barb Wallace 
Mary Jo Wester 


393 











ROW 1 
Paul Adams 
Jerry Altig 
Mike Avey 
Mare Baker 
Jack Bettesworth 
Ken Brown 


ROW 2 
Ron Brown 
Roy Busse 
Duke Campbell 
Keith Campbell 
Dick Clements 
Mike Crich 


ROW 3 

Barry Eberhardt 
Doug Fleming 
Dave Fletcher 
Al Fosse 
A1 Goldade 
Mike Hanavan 


ROW 4 
Bob Hartford 
Jim Hascal 
Pat Hawes 
Dave Hayward 
Geoffrey Hayward 
Don Heppenstall 


ROW 5 
Dave Jones 
William Kelly 
Shannon Kollmeyer 
Frank Krook 
Jim Livengood 
Jim Matthews 


ROW 6 
Dave Miller 
Dennis Miller 
John Moffitt 
Gary Mueller 
Tom Nelson 
George Nethercutt 



394 




























ROW 1 
Orvis Owens 
Mike Patano 
Jim Palon 
Gerald Perryman 
Keith Peters 
Dave Petersen 


ROW 2 
Ivan Peterson 
Rick Philbrick 
Rick Popovich 
Don Primrose 
Denny Raffelson 
Stu Rehnstrom 


ROW 3 
Jim Rogers 
Darrell Rung 
Chick Sandifer 
Gerry Shaw 
Ron Smith 
Jim Spindor 


ROW 4 
Jay Sprouse 
Bill Streeter 
Gary Strom 
Randy Sweet 
Mike Theobald 
Jack Thornton 


ROW 5 

John Van Dewerker 
Ken Van Voorhis 
David Vik 
Terry Wambaugh 
Dave Warren 
Kenneth Waters 


ROW 6 
Ken Wexler 
Fred West 
Douglas Willcox 
Ed Willgress 
Michael Williams 




395 

















Sigma Phi 



Epsilon 


ROW 1 
Ed A1 den 
Vince Antonio 
Jim Bair 
Calvin Bamford 
Bob Bates 
Jim Beard 


ROW 2 
Jay Carpenter 
Mick Cates 
A1 Clinton 
Bob Cook 
Ron Costi 
Dave Danielson 


ROW 3 
Wink Dillaway 
Bob Doud 
Jim Dunlap 
Emmett Eldred 
Rocky Grant 
Keith Graves 


ROW 4 
Jim Harvison 
Jim Hinckley 
Jerry Jensen 
Garth Johnson 
Larry Klossner 


ROW 5 
Gunter Konig 
Andy Kranz 
Jim Lewis 
Joe MacLean 
Larry Martin 



396 
















ROW 1 
Dave Maughan 
Jim R. McDonald 
President 
Rich Mielke 
Pat Mooney 
Tom Newman 
Alan Patterson 

ROW 2 
Sid Pierson 
Pete Rasmussen 
Brian Reagan 
Dave Reeder 
Glenn Rosander 
Toni Roth 


ROW a 

Red Rowley 
Eugene Sakai 
Gene Sampley 
Rich Sand 
Ron Senn 


ROW 4 
Dave Shaffer 
David Smith 
Bill Sund 
Lee Sutphin 
Jerry Thomas 


ROW 5 
Mike Vance 
Ralph Velie 
Thom Wagner 
Jerry Williams 
Larry Wogman 


397 























Stevens 


ROW 1 
Colette Berube 
Joanne Bingham 
President 
Gayle Brines 
Trudy Clapp 
Lucile Colbert 


ROW 2 
Shari Coif 
Janice Colyar 
Jean Colyar 
Shirley Dahlberg 
Deanna Davis 


ROW 3 
Theresa Dore 
Gayle Douglas 
Suzanne Dressel 
Virginia Dunn 


ROW 4 
Ann Eide 
Donna Glenn 
Bonnie Hendrickson 
Jill Hickman 


ROW 5 
Nancy Hood 
Marcia Jeffreys 
Ann Kleiva 
Shirley Kodani 



398 























ROW 1 

Doris Jean Kraft 
Judy Krogh 
Jeanie Kunzl 
Melrene Larson 
Joyce Lewis 


ROW 2 
Leanne Lukens 
Dolores Maxwell 
Donna McIntosh 
Meredith Murdock 
Joan Nishi 


ROW 3 
Jeannie Parrott 
Mary Lou Partridge 
Karen Peacock 
Sue Pedersen 
Carol Poppe 


ROW 4 
Nancy Reinell 
Joan Rohrback 
Patricia Sado 
Deanna Seidel 


ROW 5 
Cynthia Sharp 
Linda Suryan 
Donna Valley 
Jan Widman 


399 






















Stimson 



ROW 1 
Judd Aetzel 
Fred Appel 
Jonathan Arp 
Bob Badertscher 
Ray Bair 


ROW 2 
George Baker 
Lauriston Baker 
John Ball 
Larry Bargrneyer 
Howard Bartlett 
Sam Bauman 


ROW 3 
Earl Bennett 
Gerald Bjork 
William Blatchford 
Gaylor Bolton 
Don Bos man 
Mike Bracken 


ROW 4 

Ronald C. Brandt 
Mike Bright 
Dennis R. Briscoe 
Mike Burke 
Mike Byrne 
Steve Carter 


ROW 5 
Clyde Christie 
Jim Colpitts 
Blair P. Conway 
Michael Daly 
Rod Davidson 
Larry Dixon 


ROW 6 
Matt Dixon 
John Eells 
Fred Esvelt 
Terence H. Ethridge 
Charles Eyer 


ROW 7 
Dan Finch 
Harvey S. Fisher, Jr. 
A1 Fountain 
Jim Fowler 
Dudley Frick 



400 


























Stimson 




ROW 1 
Jack Frost 
Mike Gamlem 
John Gilbert 
Dan Godfrey 
Charlie Goodsell 
Michael Gould 


ROW 2 
Gary Haas 
Ron Harder 
Bill Hardman 
Donavon Harris 
Byron Heinemann 
Robert Henderson 


ROW 3 

John I|erda 
Dick Hokanson 
Daniel Holder 
Gary Hughes 
Gayl P. Inman 
Don Jensen 


ROW 4 
Edgar Johnson 
Si Johnson 
Rick Keene 
Lyle Klostermeyer 
Ned Kohlhauff 
Ralph G. Kouhtz 


ROW 5 
Jon Krause 
George Kresge 
Tom Lamb 
Arthur Lassila 
Larry Leander 
Louis Locke 


ROW 6 
Dennis Lum 
Ed Malmsten 
Robert Mansfield 
Larry Martin 
Dwight McCain 


ROW 7 
Dennis McKern 
Donnel McKern 
Roger McMillan 
John Meier 
Rick Mercer 


401 






































Stimson 



ROW 1 
Lyle Melder 
Robert Middle 
Steve Morieal 
Ray INelson 
Lewis Norris 
Ed O’Brien 


ROW 2 
Frank Onstot 
Ed Pearson 
Franklin L. Pendell 
Patrick W. Pendell 
Maurice Peugh 
John Prine 


ROW 3 
Duane Riggle 
Eldon Riggle 
Paul Robinson 
David Rose 
Pat Rowe 
Phil Sargent 


ROW 4 

Howard Schultheis 
President 
Sidney Seiffert 
Jay Shaw 
Gary Short 
Gary Siegel 
Larry Sims 

ROW 5 
Norman Skiles 
John Sloan 
Jim Stehr 
Darrel Stuver 
Jim Sweeney 
Heiko Volkmann 


ROW 6 
Bruce Wallis 
David Washburn 
Lynn Watkins 
Gordon Weber 
Michael Whiteside 
Gary Wilson 


ROW 7 
Martin Wilson 
Ray Winship 
Jim Wise 
Jimmy Yoshida 
Mike Youngquist 



402 













Streit 






ROW 1 
Diane Abegglen 
Janet Agar 
Kathy Airey 
Gwen Anderson 
Karen Anderson 
Nancy Anderson 


ROW 2 
Sue Anderson 
Cynthia Arbogast 
Sallyann Arbogast 
Sybil Arges 
Val Baker 
Mary Baldwin 


ROW 3 
Cheryl Barnes 
Kay Beard 
Jane Bevington 
Dot Borman 
Kathy Bovee 
Eileen Bro 


ROW 4 
Betse Burton 
Nancy Campbell 
Vicki Campbell 
Morrine Carlson 
Norma Carlson 


ROW 5 
Joanne Carter 
Carol Christman 
Kathy Chronic 
Shirley Church 
Jacklyn Cole 
Ix>rna Conway 


403 


























Streit 



ROW 1 

Sharon Crockett 
Judy Currie 
Theanne Dahl 
Jan Dakers 
Marcia Dannemiller 
Sharon Demchok 


ROW 2 
Joanne Dixon 
Janice Duncan 
Sally Dunn 
Barbara Elsbury 
Jacki Floyd 
Robbie Forrest 


ROW 3 
Joan Frese 
Sue Garrison 
Darlene Gausta 
Rosemary George 
Linda Gerleman 
Cay Gilbert 


ROW 4 
Dianne Gilbert 
Terri Godwin 
Betty Gould 
Linda Granade 
Sheryl Hale 
Christine Hansen 


ROW 5 

Marsha Harnasch 
Kay Hawkins 
Sue Hayertz 
Sharon Henderson 
Eileen Hennessy 
Mina Hohenstein 



404 































ROW 1 
Pal Holland 
Joan Hunziker 
Karen Inaba 
Gail Inkpen 
Jackie Jacobsen 
Vicki Jacobson 


ROW 2 
Ann Jarvis 
Mary Jenkins 
Kris Johnson 
Linda Lee Johnson 
Von Dell Jolliffe 
Sharlene Jorgensen 


ROW 3 

Janice Jorgenson 
Sandy Judson 
Barb Kearns 
Helen Keiser 
Roberta Keller 
Nancy Kepner 


ROW 4 
Marilyn King 
Katharine Ku 
Kathy Kuder 
Mary Kutchera 
Ruth Landstrom 
Joan Lazz 


ROW 5 
Diana Lewis 
Let ha Lightbody 
Barbara Lof 
Nancy Luedicke 
Ann MacLaren 
Sandra MacLean 


405 





























ROW 1 

Lanny MacPherson 
Gloria Mann 
Jeanne Marque 
Phyllis Martin 
Gwynn Maryott 
Margaret McCathern 


ROW 2 
Cathy McCown 
Mary Ann Metzger 
Shirley Miller 
Molly Molchan 
Sharon Moore 
Carlyn Munson 


ROW 3 
Carol Nelson 
President 
Kristina Nelson 
Loretta Newman 
Brenda Nissen 
Carol Nustad 
Barb Oberg 

ROW 4 
Janet O’Dell 
Sandra Olsen 
Penny Packard 
Sharon Payne 
Vicki Petersen 
Joanne Potter 


ROW 5 
Jane Preston 
Pat Pruden 
Linda Rasco 
Margaret Reed 
Liz Reese 
Barbara Rowe 



406 
















ROW 1 

Bonnie Ruddick 
Paula Schedler 
Lynn Schmidt 
Linda Schwendeman 
Mary Simpson 
Ginger Smithson 


ROW 2 
Ann Sommer 
Minnie Soriano 
Carol Steinke 
Jonnie Kae Streit 
Julie Taylor 
Patti Theodorson 


ROW 3 
Nancy Toler 
Sandra Turinsky 
Virginia Vevea 
Suzanne Wadell 
Linda Walker 
Pat Walmer 


ROW 4 

Marilyn Watterson 
Jan Weber 
Marge Weber 
Jennifer Wengeler 
Janet White 
Leona Whitman 


ROW 5 

Bernadette Whitmore 
Marlene Wickstrom 
Marcia Willoughby 
Audrey Wilson 
Barbara Winslow 
Esther Yoshioka 


407 

























Tau Kappa Epsilon 


ROW 1 
Dennis Ah Mau 
Jim Allen 
Keith Arndt 

President 
Jerry Baker 
Andris Cukamis 
Bruce Campbell 
Roland Colliander 
ROW 2 
Dave Connell 
Ted Duckworth 
Mike Dunn 
Dick Fallquist 
Kim Fletcher 
Jack Flynn 
Jack Frasl 

ROW 3 
Mike Frey 
Dixon Garner 
Dennis Guenther 
A1 Haines 
Ned Hammond 
Bill Harris 
Jay Hastings 

ROW 4 
Gerald Hoff 
Jim Holt 
Vic Hoover 
Darrell Johnson 
Dan Kain 
Bob Mitchell 
Keith Moorhead 

ROW 5 
Tim Murphy 
Curtis Nakayama 
Dean Nichols 
Bob Olds 
Drew Paris 
Ken Parker 
Dave Pollart 


ROW 6 
Bill Porter 
Michael Pracna 
Gary Price 
Bill Resler 
Dewain Richter 
Ron Rosevear 
Duane Rossman 

ROW 7 
Frank Seay 
Nels Siverson 
Ron Siverson 
Rob Steen 
Lars Strandberg 
Robert Sturgis 


ROW 8 

William Ward Taylor 
Jim Thomas 
Andrew Thompson 
Craig Thompson 
Eddie Thompson 
Dennis Vickery 



























ROW 1 
Boh Abendrotli 
Richard Allen 
Robert Anderson 
Ralph Baarslag 
Larry Buckley 
Joe Carter 


ROW 2 
Jay Cedergreen 
Darrell Corbin 
Mike Crafton 
Doug Edgerton 
Jim Ellison 
BUI Eltz 


ROW 3 

Kenneth Fortner 
Jim Garner 
Jon Guinn 
Dave Haining 
Bill Hamm 
Dick Harding 


ROW 4 
John Hennen 
William Herrington 
Jerry Hollenback 
Larry House 
Spencer Keene 
Alan Keith 


ROW 5 
Jerry Kiehn 
Brant Koller 
Miller Lembke 
John Lindsay 
Ray MacCulIoch 
Don MacDowell 


ROW 6 
John MacLaren 
Ken Martinson 
Dave McGoIdrick 
Mark Pixley 
Robert Rohrbach 


ROW 7 
Paul Schroeder 
Mike Sltouse 
Randy Snodgrass 
Ralph West 
Mike Wilson 


409 
















ROW 1 

Mike Armstrong 
Jim Bachert 
Tom Bailor 
Gary Brazeau 
Monty Chaussee 
Earl C.oombs 


ROW 2 
Bob Cooper 
Walt Ercums 
Jim Erickson 
Larry Frice 
John Gluck 
George Goss 


ROW 3 
Dave Granlund 
Lon Graves 
Bob Green 
Tim Kirby 
Randy Lamb 
Bob Leeds 


ROW 4 
John LeMaster 
Dave Lester 
Pat McGoldrick 
Dale McLain 
Dave Menzies 
David L. Price 


ROW 5 
Buris Swenson 
Vance Titus 
Ed Victor 
Dennis L. Weaver 
John Zimmerman 



410 



























err 




ROW 1 
Forest Johnson 
Bob Banister 
Ron O’Neal 


ROW 2 
Max Hubble 
Jini Giovannini 
Earle McNeil 
Don Lundin 
Don Kurtli 
Mike Spencer 
Bob Lee 
Jim Fleming 
John Pittman 
Doug Hopkins 
Jerry Bishop 
Ken Hoover 
Lew Nelson 
Gary Gronewald 
Ron Berg 
Doug Nickerson 


WSU Safety Building 


411 





























Waller 


ROW 1 
Allan Akesson 
Alan Atkinson 
Douglas Bailey 
Bruce Bertsch 
John D. Birge 
Bill Blanton 
President 

ROW 2 
Dennis Cannon 
Larry Clark 
Jon Congdon 
Janies W. Culverwell 
Dick DeGraaf 
Joel DeLisa 


ROW 3 
Bob Eiden 
Stanley Emig 
Donn Ennis 
Ed Epperson 
Jerry Fife 


ROW 4 
Melvin Fortems 
Kenneth Gilbertson 
Archie Gilliam 
Tony Hakim 
Chet Hansen 


ROW 5 
Steve Heppell 
Tom Jacobson 
Bill Janes 
Don Jarvis 
Robert Jensen 



412 


















Waller 




ROW 1 
Dean Johnson 
Craig Knight 
Bill Lambert 
Bob Lanter 
Bill Latimer 
Dennis Ludwig 


ROW 2 
Rob Lundgren 
Jack McFadden 
Don McKay 
Ed Melgard 
Dwayne Michel 
Walt Olsen 


ROW 3 
John Osgood 
Jim Pair 
Dick Pakenen 
Larry Rosander 
Rollie Ruehlman 


ROW 4 
Gary Sieber 
Chet Staley 
Bill Tinney 
Charles Tudor 
Chuck Ulm 


ROW 5 
A1 Verse haeve 
Kiyokazu Walanabe 
Don W right 
Garry Vann 
Brian Zienter 


413 







ROW 1 

Christine Aiken 
Karen Anderson 
Phyllis Anderson 
Donna Appel 
Pam Austin 
Judith Rahr 


ROW' 2 
Marti Barnes 
Jane Beddow 
Donna Rae Bensel 
Linda Berilla 
Susan Berlin 
Barbara Blandford 


ROW 3 

Mary Alyce Burleigh 
Diane Bye 
Janet Bye 
Marilyn Carlson 
Sue Carskadden 
Linda Chapman 


ROW 4 
Susan Coombs 
Rosemary Crumb 
Dianne DeCourcey 
Mary Desimone 
Marilyn Dietzman 
Sharon Duncan 


ROW 5 

Margaret Easton 
Lesley Engvall 
Barbara Ferguson 
Janet Fraley 
Jean Carol Gale 


ROW 6 
Sharon Gardner 
Phyllis Gookins 
Jane Greenwood 
Alice Hackmann 
Lois Hamburg 


ROW 7 

Jennifer Hansen 
Sbaron Harting 
Kathy Heinemann 
Shirley Holton 
Kay Honsinger 



414 





































Wilmer 




ROW 1 
Kathy Johnson 
Linda Johnson 
Karen Karch 
Janet Kleinschmidt 
Gail Knemeyer 
Karen Kreuger 


ROW 2 
Sharry Krom 
Mary Jo Leathers 
Liz LeMay 
Ann Linder 
Carole Listello 
Carol Jean Macy 


ROW 3 

Jennifer McCabe 
Virginia McCane 
Ann McCue 
Darla Meiners 
Connie Mohoric 
Carol Ann Odell 


ROW 4 
Sharon O’Kelly 
Pat Prescott 
Claudia Ramsey 
Nancy Richardson 
Kathy Roberts 
Jeri Dell Root 


ROW 5 
Mary Rux 
Liz Sabin 
Clydean Salsman 
Sandy Schwartz 
Carol Sorensen 
Sandra Sparkman 


ROW 6 

Bonnie Stallman 
Susan Steininger 
Willa Swartz 
Cyncy Thomas 
Susan Traverso 


ROW 7 

Carolyn Wallace 
Kathy Weston 
Cecelia Whitney 
Shirley Wolff 
Joan Woodward 


415 
































IN MEMOKIAM 

President John F. Kennedy 


Assassinated November 22, 1963 


Dallas, Texas 


417 































419 


_ 


























Subject Index 


Acacia 314 

Academic Administration 22 

ADMINISTRATION 17 

African Students’ Union 226 

Agricultural Economics 236 

Agriculturist 136 

Agronomy Club 235 

AIChE 206 

AIME 206 

Air Force 84 

Alpha Chi Omega 315 

Alpha Delta Pi 316 

Alpha Epsilon Rho 213 

Alpha Gamma Delta 317 

Alpha Gamma Rho 318 

Alpha Kappa Delta 215 

Alpha Kappa Lambda 319 

Alpha Kappa Psi 210 

Alpha Omicron Pi 320 

Alpha Phi 321 

Alpha Phi Sigma 215 

Alpha Psi 200 

Alpha Tau Alpha 236 

Alpha Tau Omega 322 

Alpha Zeta 237 

American Pharmaceutical Assn. 203 
Angel Flight 87 

Apartments 323 

Army 78 

Arnold Air Society 87 

ARTS 243 

ASCA Council 234 

ASAE 208 

ASCE 207 

ASME 207 

ASWSU Committees 92 

Athletic Council 138 

AVMA Frosh 201 

AVMA Juniors 200 

AVMA Sophomores 201 

AWS 108 

Baseball 164 

Basketball 152 

Beta Gamma Sigma 210 

Beta Theta Pi 324 

Board of Control 90 

Board of Publications 120 

Board of Regents 19 

Bowling Club 177 

Business Management 28 

Butchmen 140 

Chinook 122 

Chi Omega 325 

Choir 246 

Chorus 246 

Christian Science Org. 231 

College of Economics 

and Business 41 

College of Education 46 

College of Home Economics 53 

College of Pharmacy 56 

College of Sciences and Arts 58 

College of Veterinary Medicine 74 

COLLEGES AND SENIORS 29 

Collegiate FFA 237 

Coman 326 

COMMUNICATIONS 119 

Community 328 

Cosmopolitan Club 224 

Cougar Coordinating Council 139 

Cougarettes 140 

Cougar P. E. Association 222 

Crimson Circle 197 

Crimson Clover 238 

Crimson W 175 

Cross Country 171 


Dairy Science Club 

238 

Davis 

330 

Delta Chi 

332 

Delta Delta Delta 

333 

Delta Gamma 

334 

Delta Phi Delta 

216 

Delta Sigma Phi 

335 

Delta Tau Delta 

336 

Delta Upsilon 

337 

Duncan Dunn 

338 

Evergreen 

126 

Farmhouse 

340 

Fish Fans 

177 

Football 

141 

Forestry Club 

239 

Freshman Class 

106 

Future Vets 

239 

Gamma Phi Beta 

341 

Gamut 

136 

Gannon 

342 

Golf 

172 

Goldsworthy 

345 

GOVERNMENT 

89 

G-PAR 

117 

Gymnastics 

160 

Home Economics Club 

223 

HONORARIES AND 


ORGANIZATIONS 

193 

Horticulture Club 

240 

Hui Hauoli O’Hawaii 

225 

IBR 

112 

IEEE 

205 

IFC 

116 

IK’s 

199 

Indian Students’ Association 

226 

Industrial Arts Club 

217 

Institute of Ag. Sciences 

30 

Institute of Technology 

35 

Interior Designers 

217 

IPAC 

113 

Judo Club 

221 

Junior Class 

102 

Junior Panhellenic 

115 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

348 

Kappa Delta 

349 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

350 

Kappa Psi 

203 

Kappa Sigma 

351 

Kruegel 

352 

KUGR 

135 

KWSC 

133 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

355 

Lambda Kappa Sigma 

202 

Lariat Club 

241 

LAS 

260 

LDS Institute of Religion 

231 

LIVING GROUPS 

313 

Lower Perham 

364 

Lutheran Student Association 

232 

Madrigal Singers 

247 

Marching Band 

244 

McAllister 

356 

McCroskey 

359 

MILITARY 

77 

Mortar Board 

196 

Mu Beta Beta 

242 

Mu Phi Epsilon 

216 

Music Programs 

248 

Neill 

361 

Omicron Nu 

223 

Orchesis 

176 

Orchestra 

245 

Outing Club 

220 


Pakistan Students’ Association 

227 

Phi Beta Kappa 

194 

Phi Chi Theta 

211 

Phi Delta Kappa 

218 

Phi Delta Theta 

370 

Phi Epsilon Kappa 

219 

Phi Eta Sigma 

195 

Phi Gamma Delta 

371 

Phi Kappa Phi 

194 

Phi Kappa Tau 

372 

Phi Kappa Theta 

373 

Phi Mu Alpha 

216 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

374 

Physical Education Majors 

219 

Pi Beta Phi 

376 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

377 

Pi Lambda Theta 

218 

Pi Tau Iota 

209 

Plays 

252 

Poetry Readings 

259 

Public Relations 

27 

Range Management 

242 

Regents 

379 

Rho Chi 

202 

Rogers 

385 

Roger Williams Fellowship 

232 

ROYALTY 

265 

Scarab 

205 

Scott 

388 

Senior Class 

100 

Senior Panhellenic 

114 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

391 

Sigma Chi 

392 

Sigma Delta Chi 

212 

Sigma Iota 

214 

Sigma Kappa 

393 

Sigma Kappa Phi 

222 

Sigma Nu 

394 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

396 

Sigma Tau 

204 

Sigma Tau Alpha 

227 

Sigma Xi 

209 

Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

211 

Social Coordinating Council 

111 

Sophomore Class 

104 

Speakers 

262 

SPORTS 

137 

Sports Club 

176 

Spurs 

198 

Stevens 

398 

Stimson 

400 

Stimson Senate 

195 

Streit 

403 

Student Relations 

24 

Swimming 

158 

Symphonic Band 

245 

Tau Beta Pi 

204 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

408 

Technometer 

121 

Tennis 

173 

Theta Chi 

409 

Theta Sigma Phi 

212 

Theta Xi 

410 

Track 

168 

University Fire Station 

411 

Upper Perham 

367 

Waller 

412 

Wilmer 

414 

WRA 

174 

Wrestling 

162 

WSU Photo 

120 

Yell Squad 

139 

YMCA 

230 

YWCA 

228 


420 





Student -Faculty Index 


A 



Anderson, Karen R. 


403 

Bachelder, Robert 

203 

385 


272 

379 

Berry, Michael 



371 

M 



Anderson, Lee 


391 

Ba chert, James 


410 

Bateman, Lila 


379 

Bert, Karen 



330 




Anderson. Marva 


364 

Bachman, Rex 


211 

Bates, Gary 


253 

Bertagna, Hilary 

140 

282 

348 

Aadsen, Kenneth 


75 

Anderson, Mary 


379 

Backman, David 


107 

Bates, Stan 


138 

Bertramson, B. R. 



31 

Aamot, Jacqueline 62 

114 

317 

Anderson, Michael 

79 

351 

Backs, David 


351 

Bates, Stanley 


396 

Bertrand, Kenneth 



352 

Aamot, Lance 


391 

Anderson, Nancy 

231 

403 

Bader, Suzanne 


367 

Bathrick, David 62 

323 

391 

Bertsch, Bruce 


131 

412 

Aanenson, Charles 

96 

104 

Anderson, Nell 


370 

Badertscher, Robert 

131 

400 

Batjer, John 62 194 

209 

342 

Berube, Florence 



398 

113 

191 

199 

Anderson, Norman 


201 

Badham, Carolyn 


320 

Batjer, William 

62 

342 

Bcsel, Roland 



342 

Aanenson, James 


237 

Anderson, Phyllis 

177 

414 

Badham, Richard 

93 

318 

Bator, Sharon 


359 

Best, Gordon 



323 

Abbott, Donna 

177 

349 

Anderson. Ralph 


79 

Bacnen, James 


215 

Battan, Janice 


333 

Bettas, George 


47 

91 

Abbott, Mary 


333 

Anderson, Richard 


356 

Baer, Wilmer 


97 

Bauman, Samuel 

102 

400 



217 

373 

Abbott. Nancy 

280 

316 

Anderson, Robert A. 


409 

Baginski, Lawrence 

116 

240 

Baumann, Thomas 


374 

Bettesworth, Jack 



394 

Abe, Rie 

225 

328 

Anderson, Robert H. 

37 

204 



340 

Baumgartner, Judith 47 219 

388 

Betts, Attie 



36 

Abegglen, Diane 


403 



342 

Bagley, Barbara 


330 

Baur, Richard 


207 

Betts, Judy 


223 

361 

Abelson, Le Roy 


207 

Anderson, Ronald 

79 

324 

Bagnall, Richard 


62 

Baxter, Edwin 


218 

Betz, Richard 


79 

236 

Abelson, Dorothy 


220 

Anderson, Ross 


211 

Bahr, Judith 


414 

Baxter, Judith 

217 

325 

Beveridge, Brian 


143 

222 

Abendroth, Carolyn 

104 

229 

Anderson, Sally A. 


364 

Bailey, Bonnie 

87 

98 

Bayless, John 


158 

Bevington, Jane 


54 

403 



315 

Anderson. Sally J. 

285 

348 

Bailey, Bryson 


84 

Baylcy, Sheila 87 

107 

350 

Bhatia. Dilipsinh 


224 

226 

Abendroth. Robert 


409 

Anderson. Sandra C. 

285 

376 

Bailey, Douglas 

220 

412 

Bay man, Robert 


203 

Bhatti, Allah 


23 

202 

Abercrombie. Dan 


351 

Anderson, Sandra K. 


350 

Bailey, La wan a 


3G7 

Bayne, William 


121 

Bickelhaupt, Larry 

86 

87 

385 

Abrams, Janet 

194 

215 

Anderson, Susan C. 

105 

403 

Bailey, Norene 


328 

Bays, Mary 


361 

Biddle, Nancy 



361 

Abrams, Lloyd 


62 

Anderson, Susan K. 

110 

321 

Bailor, Thomas 


410 

Beal, Sigrld 


367 

Bierbower,June 



120 

Abrams, Robert 


79 

Anderson, Vigo 

199 

371 

Bain, Beverly 42 

211 

317 

Beale, Tracy 


32 

Biggs,Judith 



317 

Ackert. Susan 


379 

Anderson, Virginia 


364 

Bnin, Bruce 

164 

314 

Bean,Judy 


341 

Biggs, Michael 



207 

Ackley, William 


240 

Anderson, Warren 92 

104 

195 

Bain, William 


314 

Beard, Alan 121 

197 

205 

Billingsley, David 

37 

197 

204 

Acomb, Joyce 

110 

317 


199 

231 

Bainter, Robert 


56 

Beard, James 219 

222 

396 

208 234 237 : 

238 

242 

298 

Adams, Buck 

86 

87 

Anderson, William D. 

203 

374 

Bair, James 

47 

39G 

Beard, Kay 


403 

Billum, W. O. 



79 

Adams, Paul 


394 

Anderson. William Dale 


340 

Bair, Raymond 


400 

Beard, Patricia 


334 

Bingham, JoAnne 

63 

109 

398 

Adams, Harold 


216 

Andre, Peter 


377 

Baker, Betsie 


379 

Beasley, W'allis 60 

138 

215 

Birge,John 

37 

206 

412 

Adams, Jane 

220 

379 

Andres, Arnold 


75 

Baker, Clyde 


220 

Beattie, Gwendolyn 


379 

Bishop, Gerald 

63 

86 

87 

Adams. I-anette 

177 

349 

Andres, Catherine 

110 

223 

Baker, Gale 


364 

Beattie, John 


391 




411 

Adams, Norman 


32 


229 

315 

Baker, Georgo 


400 

Beattie, Martin 


62 

Bissell, Carol 



361 

Adams, Robert 62 

120 

371 

Andrews, Duane 

234 

242 

Baker, Glenn 

142 

219 

Beatty, Candace 115 

123 

333 

Bltierling, Michael 

37 

323 

391 

Adams, Sue 


379 

Andrist, Alan 


220 


222 

355 

Beck, Diane 


320 

Blxby, George 



63 

Adams, Warren 

206 

345 

Angeloff, Susan 


379 

Baker,Jerry 


408 

Beck, James 


236 

Bixby, Nancy 



359 

Adamson, Linda 

194 

21S 

Anglin, George 


79 

Baker, Lnuriston 


400 

Beck, Knrla 

198 

315 

Bjork, Gerald 



400 


228 

341 

Angstrom, David 

37 

205 

Baker, Lea 

54 

317 

Beck, Milton 200 

201 

231 

Bjorn son, Bonnie 


232 

379 

Adedcji, Olusegun 

204 

207 

Angstrom, Patricia 


47 

Baker, Marc 


394 

Beck, Paul 


204 

Bjornstad, Barbara 


333 



226 

Anshutz, James 104 

199 

352 

Baker, Roger 


385 

Beck, Ronald 


210 

Black, Kathleen 

92 

218 

328 

Adenekan, Tajundeen 


226 

Antonio, Vincent 

142 

396 

Baker, Vulorte 


403 

Becker, Bruce 


372 

Black, Walter 


63 

352 

Adsley, Anthony 

42 

211 

Appel, Donna 

238 

414 

Baldwin, Mar>' 


403 

Becker. Linda 

104 

321 

Blackaller, Susi 

no 

114 

320 

Aetzel, George 


400 

Appel, Fred 96 

204 

400 

Baldwin, Nancy 

47 

379 

Becker. Ronald 56 

202 

203 

Blain, Robert 



351 

Agar, Janet 

231 

403 

Arbogaat, Cynthia 

62 

403 

Baldwin, Ralph 102 

139 

355 

Becker, Willard 


201 

Blair, Stephen 



377 

Ahlfs, Carole 


62 

Arbogast, SuilyAnn 


403 

Ball, John 


400 

Becker ini. Grant 


319 

Blake, Betsy 


223 

379 

Ahll's, Nicholas 


62 

Arbon, Sally 


388 

Ball, Terrence 

194 

209 

Beckett, Paul 


60 

Blake,Sara 

175 

176 

219 

Ah Mau, Dennis 86 

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370 

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328 

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203 

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320 

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142 

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235 

340 

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361 

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201 

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379 

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396 

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140 

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351 

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59 

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316 

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322 

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379 

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400 

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388 

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104 

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403 

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414 

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158 

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142 

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351 

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201 

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209 

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237 

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371 

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224 

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79 

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171 

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323 

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319 

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379 

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106 

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199 

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177 

379 

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234 

238 

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207 

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403 

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194 

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345 



340 

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79 

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231 

345 

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201 

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164 

394 

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134 

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379 

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200 

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379 

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62 

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222 

315 

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32 

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342 

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403 

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330 

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341 

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377 

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322 

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377 

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224 

227 

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81 

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254 

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345 

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314 




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171 

352 

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102 

338 

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223 

359 

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202 

203 




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325 

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203 

414 

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201 

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414 

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227 

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222 

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359 

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79 

345 

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364 

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56 




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80 

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81 

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222 

325 

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114 

348 

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409 

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352 

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367 

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379 

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414 

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278 

321 

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107 

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242 

333 

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130 


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348 

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234 

235 

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211 

377 

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403 

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88 

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79 

374 



237 

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94 

97 

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79 

81 

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42 

211 

364 

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242 

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95 

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342 

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194 

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87 

321 

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201 

385 

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221 

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140 

403 

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79 

81 

207 

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194 

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91 

376 

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200 

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392 

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377 

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42 

342 

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222 

391 

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94 

109 

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64 

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219 

324 

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111 

379 

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26 

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114 

258 

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403 

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64 

206 

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328 



224 

226 

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338 

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322 

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131 

316 

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326 

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259 

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252 

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64 

91 

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113 

388 

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333 

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30 

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374 

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345 

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385 

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79 

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95 

229 

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113 

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398 

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410 

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177 

334 

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131 

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345 

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361 

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64 

177 

414 

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334 

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210 

409 

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32 

239 

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332 

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380 

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98 

130 

131 

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63 

194 

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79 

232 

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151 

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333 

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159 

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78 

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342 

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131 

379 

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410 

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338 



86 

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198 

376 

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232 

379 

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162 

163 

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201 

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352 

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63 

385 

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41 

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320 

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400 

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226 

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134 

414 

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64 

206 

412 

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377 

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211 

388 

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373 

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133 

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284 

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361 

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94 

326 

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203 

388 

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106 

403 

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379 

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351 

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42 

98 

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86 

87 

392 

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403 

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116 

230 

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164 

318 

100 

191 

374 

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42 

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201 

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75 

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332 

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93 

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54 

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194 

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97 

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95 

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214 

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214 

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392 

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361 

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111 

204 

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379 

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79 

319 

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367 

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42 

79 

81 

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23 

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388 

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351 

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371 

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80 

221 

385 

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96 

114 

136 

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106 

361 

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319 

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352 

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376 

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64 

380 

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63 

268 

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204 

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388 

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207 

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350 

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87 

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106 

341 

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414 

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352 




352 

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316 

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321 

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319 

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351 

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111 

117 

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143 

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209 

328 

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86 

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201 

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63 

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341 

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356 

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104 

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79 

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194 

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214 

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129 

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168 

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224 

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326 

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217 

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326 

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385 

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379 

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217 

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414 

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63 

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168 

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352 

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377 

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323 

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374 

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414 

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64 

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338 

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116 

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348 

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352 

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64 

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208 

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328 

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54 

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32 

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350 

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356 

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186 

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98 

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352 

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203 

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135 

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355 

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385 

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315 



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320 

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140 

316 

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97 

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364 

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93 

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314 

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398 

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212 

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226 

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398 



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164 

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42 

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404 

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206 

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330 

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79 

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216 

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359 

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112 

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228 

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106 

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102 

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217 

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205 

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322 

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201 

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86 

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351 

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176 

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412 

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129 

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321 

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79 

394 

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140 

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98 

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380 

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380 

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319 

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403 

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385 

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318 

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282 

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92 

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113 

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201 

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379 

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377 

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393 



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325 

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136 

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201 

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400 

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324 

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352 

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256 

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320 

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80 

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342 

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79 

374 

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194 

256 

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231 

359 

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328 

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404 

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47 

379 

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272 

379 

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403 

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398 

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342 

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75 

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106 

338 

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95 

333 

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211 

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374 

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207 

412 

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37 

206 

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316 

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207 

323 

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75 

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47 

225 

367 

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64 

376 

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96 

355 

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342 

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367 

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98 

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223 

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201 

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47 

404 

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239 

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210 

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110 

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325 

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218 

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76 

200 

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400 


238 

242 

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219 

404 

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316 

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79 

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203 

400 

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79 

314 

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79 

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400 

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391 

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361 

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373 

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338 

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23 

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377 

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351 

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220 

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194 

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217 

398 

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380 

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234 

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412 

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372 



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143 

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315 

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161 

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209 

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194 

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199 

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332 

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60 

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391 

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367 

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345 

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380 

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377 

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396 

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79 

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200 


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380 

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87 

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352 

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255 

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140 

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220 

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398 

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352 

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110 

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380 

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359 

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43 

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37 

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142 


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342 

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352 

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370 

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200 

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345 

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38 

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237 

372 

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334 


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319 

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356 

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236 

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396 

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352 

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90 

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364 

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409 


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359 

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330 

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318 

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359 

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203 

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230 

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219 

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43 

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341 

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113 

222 

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409 

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194 



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412 

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414 

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96 

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341 

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345 

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95 

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352 

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215 

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202 

203 

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388 

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98 

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338 

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65 

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106 

315 

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370 


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196 

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380 

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323 

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241 

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224 

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364 

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412 

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138 

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325 

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400 

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398 

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231 

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152 

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370 

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352 

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209 

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414 

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207 

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100 

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204 

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32 

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141 

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367 

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102 

336 

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412 

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314 

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385 

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315 

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335 

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92 

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140 

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367 

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410 

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345 

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376 

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48 

341 

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198 

283 

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376 

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324 

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371 

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229 

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111 

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411 

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414 

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348 

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104 

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408 

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404 

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345 

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404 


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398 

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48 

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102 

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231 

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81 

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111 

326 

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111 

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48 

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48 

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79 

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274 

316 

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94 

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36 

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194 

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385 

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79 

171 

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219 

380 

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380 

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177 

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400 

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388 

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342 

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215 

400 

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136 

318 

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380 

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104 

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38 

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113 

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113 

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144 




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216 

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136 

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48 

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380 

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32 

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388 

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404 

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170 

201 

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65 

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328 

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333 

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400 

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380 

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59 

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341 

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79 

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145 

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400 

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79 

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110 

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349 

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79 

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222 

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66 

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81 

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79 

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377 

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199 

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66 

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377 

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203 

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326 

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209 

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220 

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210 

409 

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80 

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79 

370 

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194 

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227 

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392 

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152 

155 

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355 

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79 

314 

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75 

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206 

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214 

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140 

355 

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318 

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364 

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177 

316 

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135 

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136 

220 

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334 

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96 

359 

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79 

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324 

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368 

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381 

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356 

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82 

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79 

408 

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80 

314 

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66 

343 

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158 

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204 

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393 

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145 

394 

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38 

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172 

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323 

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381 

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322 

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43 

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158 

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323 

391 

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404 

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259 

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364 

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330 

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111 

330 

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353 

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346 

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207 

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35 

225 

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328 

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79 

374 

Hinckley, James 

66 

79 

396 

Giboney,John 


204 

206 

Greenway, Nancy 


109 

Hanavan, Louis 



394 

Hawley, Gretohen 

87 

348 

Hinman, Herbert 



237 

Giboney,Snsan 


174 

341 

Greenwood, Janice 


414 

Hand, Catherine 


238 

328 

Hawn, Arthur 

216 

353 

Hinshaw, Paul 



353 

Gibson, Gerald 



100 

Greenwood, Sally 

241 

362 

Hanell, Virginia 

48 

194 

367 

Hnyashiyn, Keizo 


209 

Hintz. Luther 



386 

Gibson, Glenda 



393 

Gregg, Sharon 

223 

330 

Haner, Ronald 



370 

Hayden, Susan 


368 

Hirachel, Kenneth 


236 

353 

Gibson, Jeanette 


176 

326 

Gregory, Larry 

102 

351 

Haney, William 



215 

H aye rtz, Susan 


404 

Hirst, Kenneth 



371 

Gibson, Melvin 


202 

203 

Gregory, William 


370 

Hanifen, Timothy' 



314 

Hayward, David 

79 

394 

Hitchcock, Lynne 

177 

268 

317 

Gies, Carol 



341 

Greiner, Patricia 

140 

376 

Hanlon, Gerard 

97 

236 

340 

Hayward, Geoffrey 


394 

Hlvely, Delmer 


79 

332 

Gics, Michael 


65 

113 

Griffith, Gienna 


365 

Hanlon. Jane 


87 

362 

Henberlin, Jean 

110 

120 

Hix, C. L. 



97 


194 

197 

350 

Griffith, Lila 


359 

Hanning, Beverly 



316 


212 

368 

Hobbs. Richard 



75 

Gilbert, Catherine 



404 

Griffith, Joel 

38 

207 

Hannum, Ronald 



102 

Head, Douglas 

207 

385 

Hobldy, Mohammad 


224 

Gilbert, Cherie 



361 

Griffith. Ronald 

32 

236 

Hanowell, Kathryn 


106 

326 

Heady, Linda 

66 

381 

Hobklrk, James 



371 

Gilbert, John 


194 

195 


237 

345 

Hansen, Brian 



254 

Ilealea, Robert 

43 

343 

Hodges, Elizabeth 


217 

316 



204 

401 

Grimes, David 


314 

Hansen, Carole 



389 

Heany, Frederick 162 

207 

385 

Hodson, George 



49 

Gilbert, Dianne 



404 

Grimes, Wendy 


111 

Hansen, Chester 


79 

81 

Hecht, Adolph 


58 

Hoering, Nancy 



350 

Gilbertson, Kenneth 

239 

412 

Grtnnell. Marilyn 


381 



236 

412 

Hedderly-Smlth Bruce 


357 

Hoff, Gerald 



408 

Gilbert, Larry 



158 

Gronewald, Gary 

220 

411 

Hansen, Gaylen 



216 

llcdemark, Thomas 


145 

Hoffeditz, Charles 

32 

239 

343 

Gilbreath. Carolyn 



380 

Groshell, John 


356 

Hansen, Gerald 



43 

Hedges, Rebecca 


316 

Hoffman, Ronald 



386 

Gildehaus, Nancy 


102 

380 

Gross, Dennis 

160 

343 

Hansen,Janet 



338 

Hedlund, Maurice 

100 

355 

Hoffman, Charles 


38 

386 

Giles, Barbara 

G5 

81 

109 

Gross, Robert 


241 

Hansen, Jennifer 



414 

Heerema, Thomas 


385 

Hofmeister, Andrce 

100 

349 

114 

194 

196 

350 

Grossman, Roger 


201 

Hansen, Christine 

48 

98 

404 

Hefte.Saundra 

66 

381 

Hofmeister, Jon 



355 

Giles, Jill 



350 

Grover, Laura 


362 

Hansen,Joan 


87 

3G5 

Hegewald. Ronald 


340 

Hofstad, Lynda 

120 

122 

376 

Gilje, Bjornulf 



220 

Grunwald, Kenneth 


345 

Hansen. John C. 


48 

343 

Hegre, Penelope 

110 

315 

Hogan, James 



351 

Gilkey, Lorenc 



48 

Grutzmacher, Charles 


142 

Hansen, John O. 


79 

345 

Holer. Qlvind 


130 

Hogan, Michael 


79 

80 

Gill, Elsie 

48 

219 

393 

Guddail, Connie 

140 

325 

Hansen, Leroy 


38 

205 

Heimblgner, Karen 


326 

Hogg, Fred 

142 

255 

257 

Gill. Nancy 65 

110 

194 

338 

Guedel, Thomas 


351 

Hansen, Mary J. 


110 

341 

Helmgnrtner, Douglas 


346 

Hohensteln. Mina 



404 

Gill, Nishtha 65 

93 

226 

341 

Guenther, Dennis 


408 

Hansen, Mary L. 

49 

219 

328 

Hein, Nickolas 237 

241 

318 

Hoivlk, Jan 

130 

131 

210 

Gill, Ronald 

65 

100 

342 

Guenther, Keith 


66 

Hansen, Melvin 


93 

97 

Heinemann, Byron 


401 

Hokanson, Jarlee 


111 

362 

Gilliam, Archie 



412 

Guess, Robert 38 78 

79 

81 

Hansen, Michael 

113 

197 

371 

Hclnemann, Charles 


351 

Hokanson, Richard 



401 

Gilllhan, Johnny 


221 

351 

Guffey. Sandra 

96 

333 

Hansen. Vera 



256 

Heinemann, Katherine 


414 

Holben, Richard 


222 

386 

Gilman, Donald 



130 

Guglomo, Richard 

38 

323 

Hansct, Laurie 


175 

362 

lleisel, Thayne 


353 

Holcomb, Billye 



350 

Gilpin, Larry 



142 

Guillaume, Dennis 


216 

Hanson, Carolee 

66 

109 

114 

Heltman, Lynda 


359 

Holder, Daniel 



401 

Glma, Audrey 


225 

328 

Guillory', Keith 


202 


194 

196 

316 

Heltmun, Marilyn 


359 

Holdemc88,Sue 


19 

333 

Glmbol, Michael 



324 

Guinn, Jon 


409 

Hanson,John 



385 

Hcllie, Larry 


346 

Holland, Carole 



381 

Giovannini, James 


66 

411 

Guinn, Stanley 


215 

Hara, Mitel 



367 

Helm, James 234 

236 

340 

Holland, Linda 



325 

Gladder, Gail 


48 

350 

Gullldgc, Marilyn 

227 

320 

Harber, Roberta 

116 

124 

317 

Helm, Ronald 

194 

209 

Holland, Patricia 



404 

Gladder, Kip 



322 

Gumm, Linley 38 

205 

353 

Harcey, Barbara 



365 

Helphrey, Janet 

43 

338 

Holland, Sheila 


93 

348 

Glass, Charles 



335 

Gundstrom, Sandra 


381 

Harden, Richard 



391 

Helsby, David 

111 

392 

Hollenback, Jerald 



409 

Gleesing, Mary 



364 

Gupta, Dhanendra 


226 

Harder, Ronald 


79 

81 

Henderson, James 


74 

Holllngbery, Kirsten 


325 

Glenn, Dale 



356 

Gural, Stephen 

140 

351 



195 

401 

Henderson, Lynda 


362 

Hollingworth, Marjorie 


381 

Glenn, Donna 



398 

Gusseck, David 


337 

Hardin, Gayle 

202 

203 

330 

Henderson, Robert 


401 

Hollister, Pamela 



227 

Glenn, Michaele 

48 

285 

315 

Gust, Larry 

253 

255 

Harding, Judith 



359 

Henderson, Sally 


330 

Holm berg, A Pher 



370 

Glessner, Ward 


79 

340 

Gustafson, Gregory 


355 

Harding, Richard 



409 

Henderson,Sharon 

98 

404 

Holt, James 


102 

408 

Glidden, Carolyn 



326 

Guy,Sara 

94 

228 

Hardinger, Christine 


93 

Hendrey, James 


370 

Holtberg, Karen 


110 

177 

Glover, Ha Hie 


249 

325 






231 

359 

Hendricks, John 


353 



215 

316 

Glover, John 



168 




Hardman, William 



401 

Hendricks, Lynda 


328 

Holtby, Michael 



371 

Gluck,John 



410 

l_i 



Hardtke, Victoria 


93 

365 

Hendricksen, Donald 


75 

Holton, Shirley 



414 

Gluck, William 


32 

236 

M 



Hargadine, Diane 



328 

Hendrickson, Bonnie 


398 

Holttum, Charlotte 



66 

Goddard, Ronald 



324 




Hargan, Tom 



374 

Hendrickson, Jack 

38 

324 

Holway, Susan 


229 

338 

Goddard, Walter 



324 




Hargrave, Terry 



205 

Hendrickson, Jerry 


168 

Homann, Henry 



209 

Godfrey, Daniel 

104 

195 

401 

Haaland, Gienna 


330 

Haring, Ardis 


283 

376 

Hendrickson. Ronald 


236 

Honsinger, Kay 


49 

414 

Godwin, Terri 


102 

404 

Haas, Gary 


401 

Harkins, Robin 



131 

Hendrix, Walter 


225 

Honsowetz, Frank 


79 

351 

Goldade, Allen 32 

94 

236 

394 

Hacker, Sidney 


59 

Harmon. Jerrel 



314 

Hemien, John 


409 

Hood, Connie 



365 

Goldring, Sharon 

48 

100 

365 

Hackett, Timothy 


206 

Harms, Jerry 


98 

104 

Hennessy, Eileen 


404 

Hood, Mary 

50 

117 

349 

Goldaberry, Ronald 


377 

Hnckmann, Alice 

66 

100 



199 

377 

Henrickson, Keith 


353 

Hood, Nancy 

50 

225 

398 

Goldsworthy, Ann 


95 

376 


194 

414 

Harms, Michael 



75 

Henry, Byron 


392 

Hood, Rosemary 



93 

Goldsworth, Ed 


97 

98 

Haddock, Andrea 


320 

Harnasch, Marsha 



404 

Henry, Jean 

49 

98 

Hooey, Carol 


32 

381 


116 

289 

371 

Haertig, Barry 


320 

Hamed, Linda 



315 


114 

350 

Hooker, James 


50 

215 

Gombos, Esther 



325 

Hagans, Lynda 


350 

Hamiss, Royal 



242 

Henry, Larry 

80 

318 

Hookhuid, Ronald 



353 

Gomez, Bello 


224 

338 

Hagen, Sally 


362 

Haro, Lana 



321 

Henry, Mark 


377 

Hoop,Joanne 



328 

Good, Alice 



361 

Hagen, Susan 


330 

Harp, Richard 



346 

Henry, Dr. Randall 


138 

Hooper. Lee 


117 

355 

Good, Cheryl 



330 

Haglund, Slgvard 


220 

Harper, Patricia 



359 

Hensley, Dan 162 

195 

340 

Hooper, Hollys 



368 

Goodfellow.Kay 



380 

Hagman, Karol 


325 

Harper, Sue 



321 

Hensley, John 


386 

Hooper, Kenneth 

32 

81 

237 

Goodner,Joanna 

48 

100 

334 

Hahn, Fletcher 

75 

200 

Harrington, John 

66 

97 

194 

Henson, Marjorie 


317 

Hooper, Sally 


50 

194 

Goodrich, Michael 

86 

87 

101 

Hahn, Linda 


367 

Harrington, Katherine 

222 

232 

Hentges, Daniel 


353 

Hoots, Susan 



49 




355 

Hahn, Martha 


393 

Harrington, Mlkcl 



200 

Heppell, Stephen 

66 

84 

Hoover, Jack 


99 

218 

Goodrich, Stephen 

66 

86 

87 

Hahn, Stanley 


373 

Harris. David 



353 

86 

87 

412 

Hoover. Kenneth 


239 

411 



98 

352 

Hailey, Leslie 


122 

Harris, Donavon 


217 

401 

Heppenstall, Barbara 


18 

Hoover, Rodney 



50 

Goodscll, Charles 

48 

195 

401 

Haines, Allen 


408 

Harris, Edward 



75 


102 

266 

Hoover. Ronald 


43 

211 

Gooklns, Phyllis 



414 

Haines, Janice 

54 

109 

Harris, Emma 



53 

Heppeastall, Donald 


394 

Hoover, Victor 



408 

Gordon, Carol 



46 


113 

330 

Harris, Grant 



242 

Herbcl. Joyce 

104 

338 

Hooyer, Janice 



389 

Gordon, Gloria 



338 

Haines. Philip 


385 

Harris, James 



66 

Herblson, Merle 


357 

Hopf, Mary 

50 

216 

217 

Gordon, Robert 

66 

134 

135 

Halning, David 


409 

Harris, Judith 


66 

194 

Herbst, Bryce 


211 

Hopkins. Douglas 

79 

80 

411 




318 

Hainstock, Thomas 


374 


216 

218 

231 

Herds, John 


401 

Hopp, Allan 


79 

80 

Goss, George 


80 

410 

Hakim, Antoine 38 

206 

412 

Harris, Norman 



66 

Herford, Marjorie 


362 

Hopp, Janice 



381 

Gould, Betty 


232 

404 

Haldi, Richard 


66 

Harris, Wendell 



351 

Herman, Michael 


113 

Hopper. Janet 


50 

349 

Gould, Michael 



401 

Hale, Sharon 


348 

Harris, William 



408 

Herman, Terry 


66 

Hopper, Myraa 



350 

Gould, Walter 


38 

371 

Hale, Sheryl 


404 

Harrison, Burt 



132 

Herndon, Thomas 


49 

Horn, Carole 



389 

Grace. Joanne 



361 

Halfmoon, John 


343 

Harrison, Cynthia 



389 

Herpick, Julie 117 

177 

316 

Horn, James 



232 

Graep, Roberta 

98 

102 

117 

Hall, Carmclla 


381 

Harrison, Joan 


91 

321 

Herr, Kathryn 

123 

338 

Horn, Jimmy 



49 




334 

Hall. David 


392 

Harrison, Lynn 


54 

381 

Herrea, John 


353 

Horton, Dallas 



201 

Graham, Edward 



340 

Hall, Dennis 


97 

Harrison, Marian 

87 

88 

325 

Herres, Michael 


392 

Horton. Hope 



389 

Graham, Gerald 



158 

Hall. Janice 


365 

Harrison, Diane 


115 

321 

Herrin. Jolene 


326 

Hosie, Ellea 



381 

Graham, Kenny 


142 

149 

llall, Maxine 


326 

Hnrshman, John 



79 

Herrin, David 

32 

373 

Hosie, Kenneth 



377 

Graham, Ronald 



323 

HaU, Richard E. 


385 

Harshman, Marvel 

152 

153 

Herrington. William 


409 

Hoskinson, Robert 



41 

Graham, Thomas 

95 

98 

353 

Hall, Richard J. 


392 

Harstad, Joanne 



362 

Hcrrold, Michael 


351 

Host! kka, Joanne 


203 

360 

Graham, William 



322 

Hall, Robert 


324 

Harter, Gerald 

66 

194 

215 

Hess,John 


80 

HoBtlkka, Richard 


152 

222 

Grahn, Donald 


220 

385 

Hall, Sharon 177 

194 

315 

Hartford. Robert 

92 

104 

117 

Hess, Terry 


134 

Hougnn. Michael 



201 

Grnm, Mary 



209 

Hall, Virginia 


389 

Harting, Jackie 


54 

194 

Hessclinan, Sandra 


3G5 

Houle, Frank 



75 

Granade, Linda 



404 

Haller, Barbara 


328 


223 

234 

330 

Hethcock, Sandra 


326 

House, Kathleen 



328 

Grande, Louis 



206 

Halpln, William 


199 

Harting, Sharon 



414 

Hewson, Teri 


336 

House, Larry 


96 

409 

Grandy, Gay 

125 

177 

321 

Halsan, Arnelle 

229 

321 

Hartman, Gall 



326 

Hickman, Gerald 


357 

Houston, Barbara 



381 

Grandiund, David 


SO 

410 

Halsey, Dennis 

60 

337 

Hnrtroaa, Howard 



86 

Hickman, Jill 


398 

Houston, Norman 



392 

Grant, Barrie 



201 

Halvorsen, Jerald 


391 

Hartman, Janice 


280 

368 

Hicks, Ann 


381 

Hove, Rhlo 



319 

Grant, Dnrroll 


32 

241 

Halvorson, Alfred 


94 

Harvey, Gordon 


237 

314 

Hicks, Edward 


357 

Hovey, John 

80 

136 

318 

Grant, Donald 



396 

Ham, Joanne 

54 

217 

Harvison, James 


203 

396 

Hicks, Larry 

79 

80 

Howard, Cheryl 


176 

338 

Grout, Ilcnc 


102 

110 

Hamburg, Lois 

48 

414 

Hascol, Jim 



394 

Higashi, Betty 


359 

Howard, Donna 


92 

376 

Grant, James 



371 

Hamer, Harry' 


372 

Hash, Carolyn 



334 

Higginbotham, Ronald 


201 

Howard, Norman 



391 

Grant, Lawrence 


6G 

253 

Hamer, James 


372 

Haskell, Edwin 



392 

Higgins, Ronald 


374 

Howard, Vicki 

110 

124 

326 

Grant, Susan 



361 

Hamilton, Carol 


389 

Haskins, J. W. 



79 

Hlghsmith, Patricia 


87 

Howe. Donald 


240 

323 

Grantham, Joseph 


80 

98 

Hamilton, Elizabeth 


362 

Haskins, Steve 


171 

377 


257 

348 

Howell, John 


199 

357 

Graves, Kathryn 


110 

3G1 

Hamilton, Judith 

48 

389 

Hasko, Duane 



236 

Higinbotham, Noe 


209 

Howell, Michael 

73 

1 81 

208 

Graves, Keith 



396 

Hamilton, Kathy 


365 

Hassell, Dennis 


95 

343 

Hildebrand, Kathleen 


106 

Hower, Glen 



209 

Graves. Lonny 


66 

410 

Hamilton, Marjorie 


315 

Hasting, Donald 



205 


274 

334 

Howey. Marianne 



176 

Graves,Sandra 



316 

Hamilton, Patricia 


326 

Hastings, Janet 



389 

Hill. Anne 


328 

Hoye, Connie 



368 

Gray, Helen 



338 

Hamilton, Raymond 

201 

343 

Hastings, Jay 



408 

Hill, Beverlee 

49 

316 

Huang, Joseph 



205 


424 
















Hubbard, James 

80 

225 

343 

Janes, William 


102 

412 

Jones, Mary B. 



326 

Kimball, Thomas 


38 

197 

Kratochvil, John 



79 

Hubble. Eugene 


49 

411 

Janney, Richard 



351 

Jones, Mary F. 



338 



204 

205 

Kraus. James 

80 

81 

346 

Hudkins, Raymond 



83 

Jarvis, Ann 175 

219 

404 

Jones, Melissa 



341 

Kimble, Marilyn 


50 

218 

Krause, Gorith 


92 

131 

Hudson, Sal lie 


220 

381 

Jarvis. Donald 


33 

234 

Jones, Ralph 

50 

146 

322 

Kimble, Larry 


207 

353 


146 

210 

392 

Hudspeth, Jane 



341 

239 

242 

412 

Jones, Raymond 



203 

Kimbrell, Roy 



314 

Krause, Jon 


102 

401 

Hudspeth, Joan 


49 

341 

Jarvis, Tyler 



374 

Jones, Rodney 


79 

353 

Kimzcv, Patrick 



355 

Krause, Richard 


39 

208 

Hughes, Gary 



401 

Jasman, Kenneth 


195 

203 

Jorgensen, Shariene 


404 

Kincuid, Dennis 


208 

340 

Kremer, Linda 



93 

Hughes, Lloyd 


32 

238 

Jawando, Olusegun 


224 

226 

Jorgenson, Janice 



404 

Kincaid, Michael 


33 

235 

Kresge, George 



221 

Hughes, Sara 


241 

381 

Jaynes, Bryson 



218 

Joshl, Kailash 


206 

226 

Kindel, Jacquelyn 



393 

Kresge. Robert 



401 

Hui, Helen 



365 

Jeffrey, David 


81 

232 

Judge, Murray 



324 

King, Corwin 116 

134 

371 

Kreshel, Judy 



381 

Huisman, Genes 



195 

Jeffreys, Marcia 



398 

Judson, Lawrence 



377 

King, Karen 



338 

Kreuger, Karen 

175 

219 

415 

Humes, Paul 


237 

241 

Jellum, Gale 



201 

Judson, Sandra 


50 

404 

King, Marilyn 



404 

Krick, Katherine 


177 

320 

Huinphres, Catherine 


368 

Jenkins, Meredith 



404 

Judy, Thomas 


79 

353 

King, Marlene 


177 

381 

Kring, William 


106 

391 

Humphrey, John 


32 

340 

Jenkins, Vldtl 



231 

Junell, Robert 



38 

King, Mary 



389 

Krogh, Judith 



399 

Humphrey. Karen 



328 

Jenne, I.lnda 



362 

Junor, Claire 


220 

325 

King, Richard 



391 

Krogh, Pat 194 

202 

203 

330 

Humphreys. Calvin 


75 

162 

Jenne, Ned 


50 

319 

Jurgensen, Gary 


106 

318 

King, Rodney 



377 

K roll, Dennis 



319 

Hungatc, Anne 



325 

Jennings, Kendall 



370 

Justice, Sharon 


102 

33S 

King, Ronald 


134 

135 

Krom.Sharry 

55 

217 

415 

Hunt, David 

50 

100 

124 

Jensen, Alan 



215 

Juul, Linda 



365 

King,Sandra 


177 

381 

Kronemeycr, William 


374 

128 

189 

323 

Jensen, Carolyn 


117 

317 





King, Stanley 


207 

323 

Krook, Franklin 



394 

Hunt, Delbert 


43 

211 

Jensen, Daniel 



351 





Kinney, Clair 



314 

Kropf, Joseph 


33 

234 

Hunt, Robert F. 



75 

Jensen, Donald 



401 

K 




Kinney, Karen 



330 


235 

238 

242 

Hunt, Robert J. 



232 

Jensen, James 


38 

323 




Ktnney,Susan 



362 

Krub, Louis 



39 

Hunt, Samuel 

94 

113 

238 

Jensen,Jerald 



396 





Kipe, William 



168 

Krueger, Kenneth 



357 

Hunt, Thomas 



133 

Jensen, Judith 

94 

123 

326 





Kipping, Karl 

97 

242 

340 

Krueger, Patricia 



326 

Hunter, Lester 



335 

Jensen, Karen 

95 

111 

349 

Kain,Joseph 

116 

199 

408 

Kirby, Timothy 



410 

Ku, Katharine 


201 

404 

Hunter, Milton 



79 

Jensen, Michael 



220 

Kaiser, Hugh 

92 

204 

205 

Kirk, Gary 



207 

Kuder, Kathleen 



404 

Huntingford, Frances 


333 

Jensen, Phyllis 


227 

381 

Kaiser, Joyce 



328 

Kirk, Jerry 


142 

144 

Kugtner, D. P. 



79 

Huntington, Stephen 


370 

Jensen, Robert 

50 

194 

412 

Kalahar, Dean 

78 

79 

81 

Kirk, Katherine 


227 

339 

Kuhl, Robert 



217 

Hunziker. Joan 



404 

Jensvold, Josene 1 

13 

219 

381 


142 

149 

197 

Kirk, Warren 



386 

Kuhling, May 


219 

365 

Hupe. Cynthia 


115 

349 

Jepsen, Christine 



326 

Kalich, Gary 



232 

Kirkwood, Allan 



195 

Kuhlman, Craig 



134 

Hurd, Donna 



330 

Jeremiah, Lester 



241 

Kalin, Charles 

199 

299 

346 

Kirkwood, Barbara 



49 

Kuhn, Rlk 


50 

324 

Husainie, Syed 



227 

Jem, Joel 



201 

Kuiln, Elwood 


94 

240 

Kirkwood, Beth 

95 

133 

135 

Kuhns, Mary 

106 

227 

320 

Huseby, William 



351 

Jerstad, Kjeri 



381 

Kam, Yvonne 



225 

134 2 

:38 

242 

363 

Kumar, Jagriti 



226 

Hutchens, Charles 


106 

346 

Jochimsen, Christie 

49 

376 

Kumau, Crispin 


194 

226 

Kirkwood, Donna 124 

238 

317 

Kumar, Sudhir 



226 

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377 

John,Janet 



325 

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200 

Kirkwood. Marie 



381 

Kundzins, Baiba 


98 

365 

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392 

Johnson, Artagene 



316 

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146 

217 

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238 

346 

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362 

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140 

269 

351 

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362 

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102 

139 

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357 

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320 

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38 

204 

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321 



222 

372 

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323 

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112 

330 


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237 

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88 

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198 

226 

274 

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328 

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33 

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197 

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110 

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393 

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207 

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113 

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346 

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238 

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104 

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361 

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408 

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79 

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211 

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95 

399 





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79 

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355 

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93 

348 

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215 

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362 





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413 

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46 

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117 

321 

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50 

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102 

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368 

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54 

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404 





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95 

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38 

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328 

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326 





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225 

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321 

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229 

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223 

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236 

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404 

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201 

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198 

334 

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340 





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115 

348 

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232 

362 

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33 

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381 





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404 

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411 

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129 

238 

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415 

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203 

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104 

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98 

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84 

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326 

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341 

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357 

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54 

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91 

238 

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76 

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374 

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225 

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49 



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199 

314 

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349 

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54 

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377 

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201 

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50 

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404 

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353 

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353 

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368 

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263 

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401 

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199 

374 

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368 

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236 

374 

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39 

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225 

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79 

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237 

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409 

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241 

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410 

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370 

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357 

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401 

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357 

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79 

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401 

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206 

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43 

211 

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79 

100 

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194 

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79 

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79 

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351 

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374 

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50 

336 

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44 

413 

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231 

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321 

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93 

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152 

370 

Lambson, Charles 

95 

160 

209 

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32 

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368 

Keifert, Paula 



389 

Kloostra, Georgia 

49 

194 

348 

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206 

Isaak, Philip 



346 

Johnson, Jeffrey 



391 

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232 

404 

Klossner, Jo 



341 

La Motte, Janies 



386 

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91 

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381 

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409 

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396 

Lamp, John 

79 

80 

324 

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372 

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324 

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267 

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401 

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391 

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333 

Johnson, Judith B. 


92 

108 

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376 

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199 

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80 

82 

199 

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226 

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325 

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216 

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320 


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229 

376 

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49 

343 

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79 

80 

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44 

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210 





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223 

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33 

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365 

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194 

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285 

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50 

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391 

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100 

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415 

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404 

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415 


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404 

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126 

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44 

214 

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386 





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415 

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79 

81 

372 

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44 

211 

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79 

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194 

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404 

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49 

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376 

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142 

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339 

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49 

266 

338 

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146 

219 

324 

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93 

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79 

357 

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201 

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217 

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57 

203 

323 

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413 

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39 

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146 

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220 

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175 

376 

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377 

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100 

316 

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235 

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365 

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328 

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87 

276 

341 

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239 

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316 

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50 

215 

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394 

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50 

152 

194 

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413 

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79 

81 

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49 

194 

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117 

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339 

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350 

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75 

196 

228 

350 

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199 

203 

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386 

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33 

353 

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362 

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50 

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343 

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79 

370 

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373 

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201 

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80 

129 

373 

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392 

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79 

335 

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207 

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38 

205 

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49 

217 

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226 

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346 

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368 

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360 

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350 

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50 

324 

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88 

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33 

238 

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365 

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57 

346 

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201 

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86 

87 

143 



239 

242 

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333 

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322 

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115 

321 

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147 

374 

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239 

242 

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377 

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98 

194 

197 

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111 

117 

325 

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348 

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202 

203 

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404 

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351 

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50 

391 

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194 

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33 

239 

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215 

328 

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214 

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277 

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386 

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237 

340 

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353 

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222 

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204 

205 

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351 

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100 

325 

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389 

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338 

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58 

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195 

206 

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392 

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340 

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326 

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355 

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127 

212 

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393 

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50 

109 

326 

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203 

401 

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79 

81 

346 

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343 

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346 

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412 

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203 

373 

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74 

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328 

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399 

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79 

208 

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79 

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49 

404 

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225 

398 

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80 

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92 

404 

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217 

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168 

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50 

216 

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33 

237 

239 

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200 

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79 

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353 

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339 

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222 

370 

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223 

232 

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195 

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338 

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401 

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377 

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321 



199 

319 

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34 

117 

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44 

355 

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401 

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49 

100 

360 

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134 



231 

315 

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87 

409 

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329 

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205 

353 



135 

353 

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313 

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79 

343 

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413 

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50 

218 

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389 

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227 

381 

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200 

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357 



194 

376 

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194 

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325 

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316 

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365 

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43 

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404 

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316 

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99 

394 

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209 

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255 

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326 

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224 

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93 

396 

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98 

348 

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314 

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394 

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227 

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117 

336 

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50 

218 

334 

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111 

333 

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43 

138 

172 

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203 

357 

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80 

81 

349 

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237 

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231 

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210 

324 

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177 

284 

350 

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401 

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365 

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57 

142 

146 

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43 

79 

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79 

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147 

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404 



202 

203 


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87 

322 

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117 

409 

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201 

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50 

194 

325 

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96 

162 

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256 

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94 

376 

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104 

111 

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200 

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381 

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176 

320 

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254 

362 



113 

365 

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339 

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322 

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49 

376 

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50 

368 

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399 

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238 

401 

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102 

349 

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116 

391 

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50 

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316 

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50 

175 

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343 

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254 

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227 

349 

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93 



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415 

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87 

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362 

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276 

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219 

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218 

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133 

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168 

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263 

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227 

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110 

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382 

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378 

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50 

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44 

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69 

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346 

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372 

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104 

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94 

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175 

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368 

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93 

348 


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95 

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406 

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136 

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50 

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203 

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206 

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201 

348 

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382 

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79 

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106 

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50 

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168 

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55 

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81 

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76 

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86 

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336 

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327 

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239 

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55 

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406 

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329 

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362 

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413 

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236 

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50 

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199 

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194 

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238 

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382 

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346 

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386 

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404 

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415 

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239 

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202 

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331 

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284 

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200 

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146 

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331 

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164 

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391 

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203 

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106 


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194 

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225 

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104 

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92 

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208 

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362 


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33 

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392 



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346 

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205 

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409 

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39 

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354 

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216 

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55 

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378 

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106 

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389 

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55 

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104 

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199 

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323 

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381 

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79 

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80 

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50 

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222 

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44 

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50 

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351 

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194 

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210 

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194 

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409 

Mattson, Kay 


389 


203 

339 

Mac Lean, Donald 



396 

Mattson, Otto 253 

255 

343 

Me Irvin, Patricia 50 

228 

329 

Mac Lean, Richard 



353 

Mattson, Roberta 

227 

327 

Me Kay, Donald 

33 

413 

Mac Lean, Sandra 


92 

404 

Maughan, David 

50 

397 

Me Kay, Judith 

50 

350 

Mac Millan, Beatrice 

132 

331 

Maughan, Delight 


53 

McKee, Herman 146 

147 

148 

Mac Pherson, All ana 

177 

406 

Maughan, Susan 


50 

Me Kee, Jon 

206 

357 

Mac Quarrle, Marcia 


94 

Maughan, Lowell 

195 

209 

Me Kee, Kenneth 

214 

225 



198 

331 

Maulden, James 

194 

204 

Me Kee, Monte 


216 

Macy, Carol 

194 

210 

415 

Maupin, Elizabeth 


368 

Me Kenna, Janice 


109 

Madden, Jerry 


211 

343 

Maurer, Gregory 

80 

377 


114 

393 

Madlener, Russell 



201 

Maurnmnn, Wendy 


327 

Me Kenzle, Carol 


389 

Madsen, Linda 



334 

Mauser. Richard 

79 

258 

Me Kern, Dee 79 

80 

241 

Madsen, Louis 



30 

Mauseth, Robert 

79 

370 

Me Kern, Dennis 


401 

Madsen, Patricia 


50 

231 

Max, Judith 104 

110 

348 

Me Kern, Diane 


3G2 

Madson, Mary 

50 

215 

317 

Maxfield, Janet 


225 

Me Kern, Dannel 


401 

Madsen, Wayne 



357 

Maxson, Ray 92 98 

204 

230 

Me Kinnon, Sally 

111 

334 

Maginnis, Margaret 


393 

Maxwell, Dolores 110 

198 

399 

Me Lain, Dale 80 

82 

410 

Magi 80 s, Joel 


234 

237 

Maxwell, Milton 


215 

Me Lain, Donald 

79 

319 

Magnusen, Mary 


177 

333 

May. Diana 


316 

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362 

May, Suzanne 


50 

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201 

Magnuson, Don 


106 

353 

Mayclin, Carol 


3G8 

Me Laughlin, Thomas 


351 

Magnussen, Leslie 



382 

Mayeda, Julia 


365 

Me Lean, Bonita 


382 

Maguire, Robert 


222 

357 

Maynard, Mary 

50 

109 

Me Lean, George 234 

236 

237 

Mahan, Robert 



205 

114 

285 

341 

Me Lean, Gordon 

236 

371 

Maher, Mlchealeen 



365 

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102 

103 

Me Lean, Robert 


135 

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50 


267 

348 

Me Lemore, Richard 


354 

Mahnkey, Karen 


272 

327 

Me Aboy, David 

219 

222 

Me Mahon, Brian 


111 

Mahnkey, Rae 

96 

177 

382 

Me Arthur, Don 

94 

370 

Me Mann, Brian 


140 

Main, Judith 


175 

317 

Me Arthur, Newell 


231 

Me Meehan, David 

80 

232 

Main, Mike 



353 

Me Beth, Robert 

79 

102 

Me Millan, Ralph 

210 

322 

Major, Susan 



389 


103 

318 

Me Millan, Roger 

81 

204 

Maki, Catherine 

44 

211 

327 

Me Burney, Bruce 


171 


207 

401 

Makl, Karl 


209 

343 

Me Cabe, Fontelle 

109 

279 

Me Millan, 9ielby 

175 

389 

Malen, Barbara 



382 

Me Cube, Jennifer 50 

194 

415 

Me Mlllen, Patricia 


348 

Malmaten, Edward 


232 

401 

Me Cain, Dwight 

220 

401 

Me Millin, James 


215 

Malone, Bradley 



201 

Me Call. Donald 


60 

Me M It ken, Shelby 


69 

Manchester, Gary 



355 

Me Cane, Virginia 


415 

Me Monagle, Marllee 

102 

103 

Manegre, Arthur 



366 

Me Conn,D.A. 


79 

220 

255 

257 

Manevnl, Richard 



351 

McCann, Wayne 78 

79 

81 

Me Naught, Virginia 


334 

Manlng, Helen 



368 

Me Curtan, Arthur 

25 

197 

Me Naul, Jerry 


210 

Mann, Gloria 



406 

Me Carthy, Michael 


353 

Me Neil, Charles 


209 

Mann, Jack 


220 

386 

Me Cathern, Margaret 


175 

Me Neil, Earle 

69 

411 

Manning, Dee 


50 

109 


219 

406 

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382 



106 

305 

Me Caw, Julie 139 

285 

348 

Me Phec, Susan 

93 

349 

Manring,Mrs. Allen 


115 

Me Clain, John 

194 

353 

Me Phec, William 


96 

Mansfield, Robert 



401 

Me Clain, Kathleen 


194 

Me Pherson, John 


392 

March, C. K. 



79 

Me Clellan, Linda 175 

219 

329 

Me Pherson, Ronald 33 

69 

238 

March, Sharen 



317 

Me Clellan, T.C. 


146 

Me Queen, George 


375 


426 












Moline, Raymond 


370 

Nees, David 


117 

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225 

Partridge, Mary 

194 

399 

Phillips, Kathleen 


382 

Moll, Mary 


339 

Neet, Norann 

50 

389 

Ogburn, Phillip 



200 

Parulkar. Anilkumar 

202 

209 

Phillips, Marian 

70 

317 

Mompongo, Samuel 

224 

226 

Neiharl, Patricia 

110 

362 

Ogg, Larry 



392 


224 

226 

Phillips, Nicola 


366 

Monaghan, Keith 


61 

Neil, Connie 


362 

Ogwuru, Isaiah 


204 

207 

Pascual, William 


158 

Phipps. Michael 


201 

Mondale, Suellen 


365 

Neii. Larry 

79 

335 

Ohling, Linda 



376 

Passage,Richard 


210 

Picatti, Nancy 

105 

198 

Montague, Joel 


215 

Neill, Howard 

106 

392 

Ojerio, Alexander 


201 

225 

Patano, Michael 


395 

229 

285 

334 

Montgomery, Albert 


98 

Neill, Martha 

97 

348 

O Kelly, Sharon 

51 

100 

101 

Pate, David 

164 

165 

Pickering, Larry 237 

238 

340 

Montgomery, Anne 


194 

Neilson, Robert 


392 

227 

228 

229 

415 

Patel, Thakorlal 

206 

226 

Picton, Richard 


323 

Montgomery, Bonnie 


55 

Nelles, Roger 


375 

Okinaka, Jeanette 

51 

225 

360 

Paterson, Michael 


44 

Pidcock, Marilyn 


368 

Montgomery, Dennis 


375 

Nelsen. Corydon 

206 

386 

Old. Leila 



194 

Paton, James 

116 

148 

Pierce, Linda 

194 

316 

Montgomery, Karen 


389 

Nelson, Carol 55 117 

217 

406 

Oldenburg, Owen 

57 

202 

203 

219 

222 

395 

Pierson, Richard 44 

100 

322 

Montgomery, Robert 

152 

370 

Nelson, Cheryl 

2 S3 

341 

Olds, Robert 


201 

408 

Patrick, James 


391 

Pierson, Sidney 80 92 

162 

397 

Monty, Marian 


320 

Nelson, Donel 


378 

Olerud, John 


164 

165 

Patrick. Sharon 

227 

393 

Piesch, Richard 

237 

239 

Mooberry, Jack 

168 

171 

Nelson. Gregg 

69 

314 

Olhava, Joel 



336 

Patterson, Alan 


397 

Pietlla. Marvin 


386 

Moodic, Janice 

98 

102 

Nelson, Gregory 


346 

Olin, Frederick 


106 

375 

Patterson, Eugene 

27 

138 

Pletila, Robert 


76 

103 

114 

376 

Nelson, James 

44 

335 

Olln, Stanley 



324 

Patterson. Jo 


227 

Pinkley, John 


217 

Moody, Anne 

110 

320 

Nelson, Robert 


148 

Olsen, Diantha 


231 

382 

Patterson, Ruth 


363 

Pintler, Gall 

104 

219 

Mooney, Robert 


397 

Nelson, Kristina 


406 

Olsen, Duane 



201 

Patterson, Vernon 81 

86 

343 


222 

370 

Mooney, Roselea 

50 

382 

Nelson. Larry 


386 

Olsen, Howard 


206 

346 

Paul on, Joanne 


350 

Piper, Jane 

111 

316 

Moore. Cheryl 


382 

Nelson, Lewis 


411 

Olsen,Jane 



316 

Paul sell, Lynn 


315 

Pitner, Allen 

70 

347 

Moore, David 

94 

340 

Nelson. PhillipC. 


375 

Olsen,Joyce 


55 

382 

Paulsen, Adele 


320 

Pittman, James 


372 

Moore, Emmett 


3& 

Nelson. Philip G. 


375 

Olsen, Lawrence 

194 

238 

242 

Paulson, Christie 

278 

348 

Pittman, John 39 

205 

411 

Moore, Margaret 


321 

Nelson, Prudence 


339 

Olsen, Lynne 



360 

Paulson, Glen 

33 

241 

Pixley, Mark 


409 

Moore, Patrick 


386 

Nelson, Ray 

79 

402 

Olsen,Sandra 



406 

Payne, Judith 104 

110 

316 

Plone, Martin 


201 

Moore, Bruce 79 

214 

392 

Nelson, Richard 

202 

203 

Olsen, Walter 


33 

413 

Payne, Sharon 


406 

Plotner, Sharon 


363 

Moore, Sharon 69 90 

270 

406 

Nelson, Ronald 


354 

Olson, Amiele 



366 

Pazooki, Mohammad 

39 

323 

Pochert. Lynn 70 

81 

386 

Moorhead, Keith 

79 

408 

Nelson, Susan 


315 

Olson, Craig 



324 

Pazooki, Paul 


207 

Poindexter, William 

28 

97 

Mooring, Sally 


329 

Nelson, Theodore 


211 

Olson. David 



206 

Peacher, Nancy 

92 

327 

Polinsky, Patricia 

55 

382 

Moran. Edwin 


225 

Nelson, Tom 


394 

Olson, Donald 



200 

Peacock, Karen 


399 

Pollnder, Sherman 34 

237 

238 

Moran, Felix 


78 

Nelson, Trudy 69 

97 

348 

Olson, Donna 



363 

Peacock, Kenneth 


209 

Pollart, David 

111 

408 

Morand, Leo 


372 

Nemltz, Jeffrey 

95 

322 

Olson, Dorothy 

70 

114 

315 

Pearman, Charles 


375 

Pomeroy, Margaret 


366 

Morasch, Candace 


241 

Nesbitt, Dale 


69 

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214 

Pearsall, John 


93 

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207 

Morasch, Carol 


321 

Nesbitt, Gene 200 

201 

340 

Olson, Judith A. 



349 

Pearson, Carol 70 

216 

329 

Pontsler, Donald 

121 

205 

Morehouse, Betty 


219 

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79 

80 

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382 

Pearson, Charles 


79 

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366 

Morehouse, James 

219 

370 

Ness,Jean 


225 

Olson, Judith K. 


121 

363 

Pearson, Edwin 


402 

Poole,Gary 111 236 

237 

340 

Moreman, Patricia 

140 

334 

Ness.Judy 177 

218 

320 

Olson, Lawrence 

79 

81 

92 

Pearson, Juloen 


339 

Pope, Marjorie 

177 

325 

Morgan, Frederick 


354 

Ncsse. David 


44 

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51 

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363 

Poppe, Carol 175 

219 

399 

Morgan, Jeon 109 

229 

325 

Nester, Beverly 


366 

Olson, Mary 70 

175 

194 

196 

Pearson, Robert H. 

70 

336 

Popovich, Richard 


395 

Mori cal, Steven 

102 

111 

Nethercutt. G.R. 


394 

Olson, Paul 


102 

314 

Pearson, Robert I. 

86 

87 

Porter, Allen 


216 


215 

402 

Neubert, Leonard 


79 

Olson, Ronald 



346 

88 

235 

336 

Porter, Dave 


371 

Morris, Alda 


360 

Neumann, Greg 


195 

Olson, Sharon 



124 

Pease, D. E. 


80 

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141 

Morris, James 


239 

Neumann. Lawrence 


319 

Olson, Thomas 



378 

Pease, Gaylord 


354 

Porter. Larry 


323 

Morris, Marilynn 


382 

Neumann, William 


79 

Olsson. Magdalena 



393 

Pease, Richard 


358 

Porter, Lawrence 


238 

Morrison, Barbara 222 

224 

382 

Neuschwanger. Myron 

221 

351 

O Mary, Clayton 



241 

Pedersen, Chester 

95 

100 

Porter, Stephen 

199 

387 

Morrison, Dennis 


27 

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207 

351 

Omori, Wallace 


79 

81 


235 

319 

Porter, William 


408 

Morrison, James 95 

100 

351 

Newby, Cinda 


382 



225 

386 

Pedersen. Diane 

70 

360 

Poska, Jo 


334 

Morrison, Jean 109 

132 

368 

Newell, Diane 


317 

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348 

Pedersen. Lois 

96 

331 

Pospisil, Jaroslav 

200 

201 

Morrison, William 

86 

139 

Newman, Loretta 

223 

406 

O Neal, Ronald 

51 

217 

411 

Pedersen, Nancy 

279 

382 

Potter, Joanne 


406 


244 

355 

Newman. Thomas 

92 

397 

O Neil, Robert 

206 

220 

386 

Pederson, Pamela 


325 

Potter, John 


357 

Morrow, Michael 

25 

94 

Newman, Wyatt 

78 

79 

O Neill, Saudra 


81 

139 

Pedersen, Priscilla 51 

92 

331 

Potter, Ruth 


382 


111 

116 

Newstrom, Janet 


327 


266 

285 

334 

Pedersen. Susan 

272 

399 

Potts, Richard 


335 

Morton, Linda 


368 

Nicholas, Sharon 

81 

331 

Onstad, John 


79 

343 

Peel, Daniel 


343 

Potts, Robert 


SO 

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no 

321 

Nichols, Dean 


408 

Onstot. Carole 



70 

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223 

327 

Potucek, Pamela 


327 

Mosher, Milton 


239 

Nichols, Frank 

162 

203 

Onstot, Franklin 



402 

Pence, Albert 

39 

204 

Pounders, Tresa 


339 

Mosher, Raymond 

204 

386 

Nichols, Theron 


355 

Onstott, Sherryl 



329 

210 

273 

392 

Povlsen, Birgit 


368 

Mosolf, Jean 


365 

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376 

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207 

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84 

172 

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204 

208 

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365 

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122 

393 

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201 

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402 

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227 

383 

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79 

378 

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86 

87 

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318 

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402 

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363 

Motley, Marguerite 


194 

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323 

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104 

109 

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79 

106 

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99 

408 

Mott, Robert 27 

99 

132 

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411 



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Penney,Jerrold 


160 

Prada, Marilyn 


129 

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337 

Nledermeyer, Glenn 

79 

199 

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327 

Pennington. Delntar 


70 

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322 

Mottley, Helen 


321 


230 

346 

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366 

Penwell, Judy 


327 

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393 

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238 

360 

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222 

382 

Osborn, David 



235 

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370 

Prescott, Gary 

204 

207 

Mowbray, Robert 


76 

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382 

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194 

Pepin, Majella 98 

104 

389 

Prescott, Patricia 


415 

Mowry, Paula 


55 

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196 

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382 

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215 

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406 

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394 

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346 

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210 

413 

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199 

322 

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215 

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99 

198 

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69 

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104 

386 

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351 

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372 

275 

348 

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225 

399 

Ostlund, Gary 


79 

378 

Perkins. Michelle 


334 

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199 

410 

Muir, Patty 


365 

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225 

368 

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340 

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70 

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194 

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332 

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406 

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332 

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354 

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100 

408 

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334 

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324 

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363 

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382 

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390 

Mullis, Lynda 


177 

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316 

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217 

366 

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382 

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325 

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319 

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123 

333 

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74 

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201 

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215 

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214 

392 

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100 

315 

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229 

349 

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53 

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383 

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389 

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140 

325 

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111 

317 

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92 

136 

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240 

383 

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175 

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339 

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395 

140 

194 

395 

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171 

395 

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320 

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210 

357 

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241 

382 

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92 

207 

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402 

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406 

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173 

324 

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226 

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208 

227 

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354 

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368 

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346 





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343 

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344 

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373 

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386 





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79 

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51 

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395 

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194 

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33 

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406 

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406 

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386 

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201 

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69 

399 

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360 

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123 

360 

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206 

343 

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70 

322 

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79 

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389 

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203 

224 

226 

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395 

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314 

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408 

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92 

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198 

329 

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127 

212 

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300 

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50 

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111 

324 

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162 

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358 

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203 

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331 

Nussbaum, Susan 

115 

350 

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363 

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406 




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406 

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324 




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214 

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322 

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231 




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226 

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332 




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60 

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214 

392 

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225 

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209 

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39 

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368 

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175 

349 

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79 

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140 

395 

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70 

114 

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69 




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349 

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79 

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140 

334 




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382 


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194 

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369 

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382 

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114 

267 

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211 

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214 

270 

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376 





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249 

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33 

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406 

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370 







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225 

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415 

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362 

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160 

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235 

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406 

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227 

329 

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217 

329 




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218 

389 

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318 

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234 

236 

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136 

382 

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391 

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2 i 4 

408 

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327 

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350 

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390 

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383 

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343 

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343 

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399 

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274 

316 

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Odsen, Hans 


351 

Parry, Robert 



386 

Phifer, Ann 


390 

Radovich, Richard 


378 

Natsuhara, Bonnie 

198 

382 

Oellien, Sandra 


331 

Parsons, Mary 



341 

Philbrick, Richard 


395 

Radniakcr. Donna 


331 

Natsuharn. Siaron 

55 

194 

Oestreich, John 

102 

103 

Partridge, Douglas 



204 

Phillips. Eric 

106 

220 

Raffelson. Dennis 

94 

395 

218 

223 

382 

Ofstad, Carolyn 


389 



205 

343 

Phillips, Frank 


351 

Raichlc, Mary 

106 

390 

Neal, Kathleen 


215 

Oftebro, John 


203 

Partridge, Helen 



331 

Phillips, Karen 


327 

Rainbolt, Louise 


383 


427 























Kainbolt, Michael 

79 

194 

354 

Riggle, Duane 



402 

Rucker. Jayne 


217 

315 

Schmidt, Marian 

51 

285 

349 

Shoemaker. Marcia 


369 

Uninbolt, Stephen 



372 

Riggle, Eldon 



402 

Ruddick, Bonnie 



407 

Schmitten. Rollnnd 


79 

392 

Short. Gary 



402 

Ramaiah, Gudivaka 



226 

Riley, El win 


34 

347 

Rude, Philip 


39 

99 

Schnaible, Marvin 



211 

Short, James F. 



215 

Ramsey, Claudia 


110 

415 

Riley, Marjorie 


113 

329 


121 

205 

325 

Schnebly, Barbara 


125 

349 

Short, James I. 



375 

Ramsey, Nancy 

70 

109 

113 

Rio, Pamela 



106 

Rudrauff, Ann 

176 

219 

366 

Schnebly, Susan 

71 

130 

376 

Short, James R. 



391 


194 

215 

339 

Ritchie, Andrea 


124 

333 

Rucge, Joyce 



363 

Schneider, Hildegarde 


369 

Short. Roger 



163 

Ramsey, Shirley 



331 

Ritland, Patricia 


111 

366 

Ruehlman, RoIUe 


71 

413 

Schneider, Sara 


140 

315 

Short, Stanley 



79 

Randall, Gordon 



199 

Rlttenhouse, Ellyn 

93 

219 

393 

Ruley, Diane 



369 

Schneider, William 



358 

Shousc. Michael 

95 

168 

409 

Randall, Ronald 



241 

Ritter, Patricia 



383 

Rulffes, Jean 



383 

Schnellhardt, Stephen 


347 

Shrevcs, Richard 


106 

372 

Ranta, Christine 

92 

198 

321 

Roach, Cheryl 



317 

Rundell, Hugh 



132 

Schoen, Fred 



344 

Shull, Jean 



331 

Rantanen, Norman 


201 

323 

Robart, Carl 


112 

387 

Rung, Darrell 



395 

Schott. Dale 


76 

200 

Shultz, Diane 



383 

Rao, Krishna 



226 

Robb, Helen 


110 

315 

Runolfson, Dennis 



79 

Schrng, Vernon 


78 

79 

Shute, Richard 

79 

199 

322 

Rapp, Morgan 



201 

Robbie, Karla 


71 

329 

Rushfeldt, Joan 

113 

282 

369 



80 

81 

Sleber, Gary 



413 

Rapp, Quentin 



194 

Robbins, Arthur 



370 

Russ, Looln 97 

219 

229 

320 

Schreck, Larry 

164 

166 

324 

Siebcms, David 


40 

347 

Rasco, Linda 



406 

Robbins, Charles 



354 

Russell, Darrell 


45 

120 

Schreiber, Constance 


327 

Sicg, William 



210 

Rash, Michael 



70 

Robbins, Melvin 


211 

344 



127 

347 

Schreiber, David 



208 

Siegel, Gary 



402 

Rasmussen, Donna 



383 

Robert, Roderick 

34 

128 

212 

Russell, Kenneth 



209 

Schreiber, Donald 

45 

86 

87 

Sieveke,John 



79 

Rasmussen, Hans 

70 79 

355 

Roberts, Beryl 



95 

Russell, Mary 



315 

Schrock. Violet 

no 

220 

383 

Sicvers, Ann 



376 

Rasmussen, Mark 



355 

Roberts, Elizabeth 



222 

Rustan, Andrew 


79 

378 

Schroeder, Ann 



51 

Signs, Gary 



104 

Rasmussen, Peter 



397 

Roberts, Elizabeth A. 


383 

Rutherford, Denney 

214 

323 

Schroeder, Gerald 



40 

Slkorow8ki, Peter 



209 

Ratcliff, Barbara 



215 

Roberts, Hilda 



60 

Rutherford, George 


324 

Schroeder, Paul 



409 

Siks. Jan 



201 

Rausch, Deanna 


70 

329 

Roberts, James 


194 

209 

Rux. Mary 



415 

Schu, Mike 



319 

Simicich, John 



391 

Rauser, Lilli 



369 

Roberts, Jay 


204 

205 

Ryan,Janet 



321 

Schultheis, Howard 



402 

Simkins, Elliott 

80 

162 

370 

Rawlings, Candaee 



383 

Roberts, John 


222 

375 

Ryan, Patricia A. 


95 

198 

Schultz, Janis 

no 

227 

383 

Simmons, Joanne 



331 

Rawls, David 



70 

Roberts, June 


35 

208 



229 

341 

Schultz, Kenneth 



79 

Simmons, Joseph 



212 

Rawls, Russell 


57 

358 

Roberts, Kathleen 



415 

Ryan, Patricia A. 

no 

117 

348 

Schultz, Louise 



327 

Simmons, Raymond 


129 

Ray, Roger 



58 

Roberts, Robert 


57 

203 

Rye, David 



344 

Schumacher, Eileen 


383 

Simmons, Steven 


219 

222 

Ray. Carol 


70 

383 

Roberts, Walker 



45 





Schumacher, Harvey 


269 

Simms, James 



34 

Ray, Marcia 



369 

Robertson, Carol 



317 





Schuster, Anne 

97 

113 

383 

Simons, James 



322 

Ray, Ronald 



372 

Robertson, Gerry 



383 

c 




Schuster, James 



344 

Simpson, Barbara 



325 

Raymond, David 


79 

134 

Robertson, James 



214 

o 




Schulter, Kenneth 



387 

Simpson, Claude 


22 

94 



135 

335 

Robinson, Christine 

99 

366 





Schutz, Wayne 

81 

85 

344 

Simpson, Mrs. Claude 


94 

Raymond, Richard 



79 

Robinson, Ardith 



369 





Schwab, Stephanie 


140 

369 

Simpson, Darwin 

131 

211 

354 

Raymond, Wynn 


199 

318 

Robinson, Dale 



203 

Saari, Allen 


214 

347 

Schwartz, Marjorie 


360 

Simpson, Dwight 



79 

Rayner, Stephen 



354 

Robinson, Gail 



177 

Sabin, Elizabeth 



415 

Schwartz, Sandra 


104 

113 

Simpson, George 



344 

Razwick, Gerald 



79 

Robinson, Kathleen 



241 

Saboe, Dwane 



340 



198 

415 

Simpson, Jean 



329 

Read, Harold 


34 

236 

Robinson, Marlin 

39 

206 

387 

Sacco, David 



324 

Schwnrtze, Laurel 



369 

Simpson. John 



208 

Reagan, Brian 


93 

104 

Robinson, Paul 



402 

Sackcrmau. Carole 



383 

Schwelger, Richard 


355 

Simpson, Mary 



407 



195 

397 

Robinson, Tommy 

71 

100 

391 

Sackcrman, John 



71 

Schwendeman. Linda 


407 

Sims, Charles 



378 

Redding, Robert 

43 

95 

100 

Robison, Clayton 



39 

Saekett, Fredrick 



164 

Schwendiman, Shane 


347 

Sims, Larry 


40 

402 

Reddy, Penny 


177 

321 

Robison, Margory 



327 

Sackvllle, West 



358 

Schwerin, Luwrence 

95 

375 

Sinclair, Bonnie 



393 

Redmond, Robert 



34 

Robison, Rita 

55 

218 

223 

Sado, Patricia 


241 

399 

Schwerin. William 



375 

Singh, Parvinder 



226 

Recce, James 


45 

371 

Rock, Chester 



347 

Snfeeulla, Kunlgal 



226 

Schweiz, Alex 


117 

391 

Sinkbeil, James 



332 

Reed,Janet 



325 

Rock, Jack 



347 

Saffell, Sandra 


106 

316 

Scilley, William 



370 

Slnkey, Lawrence 


40 

205 

Reed, Margaret 


222 

406 

Rock. Mont 



323 

Safford, Carol 



350 

Scol lard. Diane 



331 

Siron, Thomas 



203 

Reeder, David 


116 

397 

Rockom, Brian 


71 

355 

Sagcrser, Thomas 



205 

Scott, David 



204 

Sisson, Elizabeth 



329 

Reedy, Richard 


116 

372 

Rockstrom, Ronald 



344 

Sahlberg, John 


148 

391 

Scott, Edward 



201 

Sisson,Susan 


115 

349 

Reep,John 



358 

Roekway, John 



126 

Sajeeullu, Zoheda 



226 

Scroggie, Diane 



339 

SI vers, Elaine 



334 

Reese, Elizabeth 



406 

Rodekuhr, Judith 

93 

229 

349 

Sakai, Eugene 

95 

199 

397 

Scroggle, Lola 



333 

Si verson, Nels 


168 

408 

Reese, Jill 

95 

117 

317 

Rodenburg, Harry 



347 

Sakumn, Gary 


SG 

87 

Scully, David 



207 

Siverson, Ronald 



408 

Reese, Judith 

70 

93 

363 

Roderick, Ralph 



225 

Sakuma, Ronald 



354 

Sears, Elizabeth 

51 

219 

329 

Sivcrtsen, Jon 



98 

RecBe. Robert 



45 

Rodgers, David 



336 

Saleman, Phyllis 



390 

Seaton, Linda 



51 

Six, Sandra 


176 

369 

Reeves, Richard 


93 

391 

Rodgers, Nancy 



383 

Salisbury, John 


220 

344 

Seaton, Stephen 



323 

Sjolander, Jon 



214 

Regan, Stephan 


80 

347 

Rodgers, Richard 


79 

81 

Salisbury, Rohert 


162 

370 

Scav, Frank 


130 

408 

Skiles, Norman 



402 

Rehberg, Wallace 



236 

Rodgers, Rochelle 



329 

Salsman, Clyduan 



415 

Sebring, Richard 


221 

351 

Skinner, Patricia 



231 

Rehnstrom, Stuart 160 

161 

395 

Rodgers, Stephen 



375 

Salter, Mary 



315 

Secord, Jenifer 



376 

Skordal, James 



194 

Reichert, Cheryl 



363 

Rodlonoff, Peter 


71 

354 

Salvndalena, Janet 



383 

Secord, Joan 



194 

Sk or helm, Kenneth 



344 

Reichert, James 



372 

Roesler, Alfred 



201 

Sampley, Wiley 


116 

397 

Sederburg, Lee 


234 

236 

Skrentny, Helen 

223 

238 

329 

Reichl, Joyce 


51 

96 

Roestel, Rny 



85 

Sampson, Sheila 


242 

363 

Sodergren, Sandra 



327 

Skylstad, Ronald 



387 


175 

270 

303 

Rogel, Carol 


51 

194 

Sams, David 



387 

Seegert, Carol 



317 

Slack, James 



375 

Reid, Rodney 



354 


196 

228 

315 

Samuel son, Bruce 


79 

80 

Sofcros,Sharon 



363 

Slack, Robert 



375 

Reid, Thomas 

92 

102 

355 

Rogel, Jeannine 

93 

228 

315 



81 

82 

Sefton, Sandra 



316 

Slaton, Terence 

40 

204 

207 

Reilly, John 



370 

Rogers, Charles 



323 

Sand, Richard 


79 

397 

Seidel, Deanna 



399 

Slaughter, Margaret 

229 

366 

Reilly, Vicki 

93 

216 

341 

Rogers, Jack 



209 

Saiule, Carolyn 

114 

285 

341 

Seiffert, Sidney 



402 

Slichter, Sandra 

227 

228 

349 

Reinbold, Nancy 


238 

320 

Rogers, James 



395 

Sande, Ronald 



201 

Seims, Robert 


222 

375 

Slind, Robert 

199 

230 

392 

Rein bold, Rita 



366 

Rogers, Mac 

84 

86 

87 

Sanders,Sandra 



369 

Seipp, Bonnie 

91 

175 

198 

Sloan, Carol 



329 

Reincll, Nancy 


51 

399 

Rogers, Pamela 


114 

334 

Sanders, Valletta 



320 

267 

285 

316 

Sloan. Carole 



177 

Reinhardt, Walter 



206 

Rogerson, Ronald 



344 

Sanderson, Robert 



210 

Seitz, Richard 


98 

194 

Sloan, Lonnie 

34 

235 

237 

Reis, John 



335 

Rohrbach, Robert 



409 

Sandlfer, Charles 

94 

139 

140 

Selde, Kay 



176 

Sloan, Patricia 



366 

Reisbick. Douglas 

70 

194 

344 

Rohrback, Joan 


57 

202 


257 

273 

395 

Self, William 


168 

324 

Sloan,John 


79 

402 

Roister, Paula 


229 

383 



203 

399 

Sands, Curtis 



344 

Selhavcr, Vicki 



316 

Sloan, Royal 



83 

Reitmeier, Janice 



316 

Rohrer, Sydne 


104 

320 

Sanford, Mary 


281 

315 

Sellers, Robert 



71 

Slobujan, Gerald 



76 

Reitz, Pamela 



369 

Rolfsncss, Peggy 



348 

Sanford, Steven 



347 

Sender, Jane 



350 

Slonim, Ruth 



259 

Reitz, Susan 



383 

Roller, Irvin 



351 

Sanstrom, Donna 



315 

Sency,Sandra 


219 

369 

Slusser, Meredith 

71 

97 

383 

Remboldt, June 

175 

176 

390 

Rollins, John 

79 

81 

370 

Sarchet, Carole 

71 

228 

315 

Senn, Ronald 

139 

140 

397 

Small, Darlene 


229 

383 

Rempel, Peter 

22 

94 

96 

Roloff, James 



344 

Sargent, Gaye 


177 

321 

Senters, Marion 



363 

Smaby. Vicki 



383 

Rcmsberg, Mary 



317 

Rolstad, Graham 



39 

Sargent, Phillip 



402 

Setterberg, Arden 



71 

Smick. Edwin 



232 

Renfro, Judith 



327 

Romstad, Roy' 



375 

Sater, Linda 


51 

333 

Setterberg, Rhodn 



383 

Smith, Bruce 



241 

Rcnn, William 



71 

Roney, Anne 



349 

Sato, Nancy 110 

131 

225 

363 

Severson, John 



104 

Smith, Carol 



331 

Rennebaum, Fritz 



347 

Roning, James 



387 

Satterwhite, Nancy 



333 

Sevon, Fleming 



375 

Smith, Charles 



211 

Renner, Dean 



208 

Ronning, Marylee 



317 

Saupo, David 


237 

240 

Sexson, Michael 

134 

213 

255 

Smith, Cheryl 



383 

Renqulsl, David 



200 

Rooks, Diane 


175 

360 

Saura, Mar ja 


305 

376 

Shafer, Ned 


219 

222 

Smith, Cristlne 


115 

376 

Repanich, Pamela 



327 

Rooks, Nancy 


109 

333 

Sauvola, Michael 



347 

Shafer, Robert 



358 

Smith, Cynthia 

238 

282 

376 

Repp, David 


195 

203 

Root, Charles 



201 

Savage, David 



106 

Shaffer, David 

78 

84 

397 

Smith. Daniel 


225 

358 

Resler, William 


106 

408 

Root, Gerald 



375 

Savage, William 



201 

Shah,Syed 



227 

Smith, David II. 


45 

78 

R eta Hack, William 



84 

Root, Jeri 



415 

Savitz, Suzanne 

71 

109 

114 

Shainl, Misbnh 


224 

227 


79 

210 

397 

Retzcl, Donna 

71 

98 

321 

Roper, Donald 



76 


194 

196 

348 

Shannon, Bette 


97 

376 

Smith, David L. 



314 

Reyes, Leo 


76 

200 

Rosander, Glenn 



397 

Sawyer, Kenneth 



80 

Shannon, Tend 



111 

Smith, Dennis B. 


52 

116 

Reynolds, Barbara 


140 

333 

Rosander, John 


239 

413 

Sawyers, Sandra 



51 

Shapiro, Vicky 


268 

331 

Smith. Dennis L. 


34 

194 

Rhebeck, Van 



391 

Rose, David 


173 

402 

Sayles, Gary 



98 

Sharp, Cynthia 


71 

399 

Smith, Dianne 


t77 

383 

Rheiner.Cherle 



341 

Rose, Dwight 



387 

Saylor, Leslie 



323 

Sharpe, KntMeen 



350 

Smith, Donald 



23 

Rheiner, Stanley 



230 

Rose,Judy 


51 

331 

Saylor, Wiliam 



79 

Shaw, Chan 



31 

Smith, Douglas G. 



314 

Rhoads,Jon 



214 

Rose, Linda 


110 

325 

Seaman, Sandra 


140 

376 

Shaw, Fred 

45 

210 

214 

Smith, Douglas W. 


164 

387 

Rhode, Donald 



378 

Rosollinl, Sue 

87 

184 

325 

Schaefer, Jean 


51 

100 

Shaw, John 



402 

Smith, Earle 

95 

100 

375 

Rhodes, Diane 



217 

Rosenbladt, Sandra 



339 

Schaeffer, Barbara 



366 

Shaw, Larry 


102 

358 

Smith, Edgar 

79 

81 

93 

Rhodes, Stephen 



194 

Rosevear, Ronald 


79 

408 

Schafer, Evan 



347 

Shaw, Mernie 



383 

Smith, Elizabeth 



321 

Riaz,Syed 


224 

227 

Roskowlck, Thomas 


96 

Schaler, Harry 



336 

Shaw, Gerald 

147 

149 

395 

Smith, Gary 



241 

Ribary,John 



121 

Ross, Shirley 



349 

Schalo, Richard 



387 

Shaw, Robert 


204 

205 

Smith,George C. 



71 

Riccius, Ursula 

106 

277 

317 

Ross, William 



387 

Sc halow, Sandra 

51 

228 

349 

Shaw, Roger 



355 

Smith, George W. 



239 

Rice, Ray 



335 

Rossman, Duane 


164 

408 

Schedler, Paula 


110 

407 

Shaw, Susan 


214 

393 

Smith, James M. 



201 

Rice,Susan 



383 

Rost, Robert 



76 

Schcl, Jerry 

79 

81 

378 

Shawver, Roberta 


194 

349 

Smith, James R. 



79 

Rich, Gary 



205 

Roth, Thomas 


148 

219 

Scheldtmann, Robert 

203 

387 

Shdo,Jose 



209 

Smith, Janet 



217 

Richard, Ronald 



255 



222 

397 

Schenefeld, Beverly 

51 

331 

Sheehan, Catherine 


111 

222 

Smith, Jeffrey 



354 

Richard. Terry 


133 

134 

Rothgeb, Harold 

90 

288 

355 

Schen rich, Michael 


203 



285 

321 

Smith, Jeralyn 

52 

114 

333 



135 

392 

Rothrock, Roger 



241 

Schlesser, Vicki 



390 

Sheets, Lei and 



70 

Smith, Johnny 



40 

Richardson, David 



79 

Rouf, Mohammed 



227 

Schiller, Jerry 


79 

319 

Shefner, David 


106 

206 

Smith, Judith A. 



350 

Richardson, Frederick 


318 

Row. Frederic 



378 

Schlatter, Eugene 



211 

Sheldon. David 

79 

81 

322 

Smith, Judith H. 


71 

383 

Richardson, Nancy 



415 

Rowe, Barbara 


104 

406 

Sehlien, Carolyn 


95 

238 

Sherman, Linda 



327 

Smith, Judy 



363 

Richeson, John 



203 

Rowe, Marietta 


102 

350 



242 

320 

Sherman, Vincent 

79 

81 

392 

Smith, Kent 

80 

13C 

318 

Richeson, Susan 


203 

383 

Rowe, Grant 


204 

392 

Schlien, Nayda 


238 

320 

Sheron, Richard 



324 

Smith, Larry 



387 

Richmond, Linda 



363 

Rowe, Pat 



402 

Schllewe, Marilyn 

71 

100 

383 

Sherwood, Elena 


232 

363 

Smith, Marilyn 



256 

Richter, Dewain 



408 

Rowland, Helen 


202 

203 

Schloroer, Gregory 


195 

Sherwood, Norman 



378 

Smith, Martin 



358 

Rtekabaugh, Devon 



369 

Row-land, James 



372 



199 

344 

Sherwood, Richard 


57 

203 

Smith, Mary 



333 

Riddell, Susan 


214 

390 

Rowlands, D. Capt. 



80 

Scion eil, Jerry 

39 

323 

391 

Shltllam, Elaine 


238 

383 

Smith, Norman 


93 

216 

Riddle, Joan 


55 

223 

Rowley, Red 



397 

Schmlck, Bruce 



375 

Shintaffer, Dean 



375 

Smith, Philip 


199 

377 

Riddle, Warren 



235 

Rowswell, Susan 



333 

Schmid, Gary 



200 

Shintaffer, Sally 


177 

327 

Smith, Robert G. 



351 

Rldlington, James 

79 

195 

199 

Royal, Patricia 

111 

285 

350 

Schmid, Karen 



51 

Shipley', Dayle 


51 

383 

Smith, Robert K. 



71 

Rledasch, Ronald 



378 

Ruurk, Stephen 

199 

275 

347 

Schmidt, John 



323 

Shippey, Marilyn 


45 

211 

Smith, Robert \V. 



71 

Riedel, Donald 



94 

Ruchert, James 



354 

Schmidt, Judith 



390 

ShipttUh, William 



71 

Smith. Ronald 



395 

Rlediger, Gloria 



366 

Ruchty, Jnnis 



225 

Schmidt, Lynn 



407 

Shoemaker, Kent 



351 

Smith, Sharon 



383 


428 














Smith, Sherman 


76 

Stennes, Keith 


236 

387 

Swartz, Wllla 


415 

Thompson, Patricia Ann 

329 

Urdal, Lloyd 

46 

218 

Smith, Susie 


383 

Stenson, Mary 



384 

Swayne, James 


76 

Thompson, Patricia Ann 

384 

Ursic.Toni 110 

175 

390 

Smith. Thomas 


355 

Stephens, Dianna 



384 

Sweatt, Grace 53 

96 

97 

Thompson, Robert A. 

203 

378 

Utsunomiya, Susan 


384 

Smith, Trade 


198 

Stephens, Edwin 



80 

Swearingen, Ronald 

34 

237 

Thompson, Robert K. 


72 

Uyeda, Marianne 

72 

194 

Smith, Virginia 

93 

110 

Stephens, Robert 



164 

Sweeney, Charles 


219 


96 

375 




228 

229 

349 

Stephenson, Town 


22 

83 

Sweeney, T am ar a 

109 

114 

Thompson, Salli 


315 




Smithson, Virginia 


407 

Stevens, Carl 



59 


218 

334 

Thompson. Sierl 


320 

v 



Smoots, Judith 7i 

220 

383 

Stevens, George 



79 

Sweeney, James 

160 

402 

Thompson, Susan 


331 




Snell, Richard 


354 

Stevens. John 



121 

Sweet, Hershul 


395 

Thomsen, Leroy 

220 

340 




Snider, Deanna 

227 

383 

Stevens, Lane 55 

217 

223 

390 

Swenholt, Helen 


384 

Thomsen, Ralph 

80 

254 




Snltily, Carmen 176 

268 

376 

Stevens, Michael 



221 

Swenson, Diane 

72 

384 


255 

318 

Vaa, Allen 


375 

Snodgrass, Randal 


409 

Stevens, Paul 


199 

209 

Swenson. Gary 

199 

336 

Thoren,Johnny 

99 

234 

Vangen, Robert 


351 

Snoey, Arthur 


344 



230 

347 

Swenson. John 

160 

319 

237 

241 

318 

Vadset, Byron 116 

152 

155 

Snoey, Martin 204 

207 

387 

Stevens, Richard 


86 

87 

Swenson, Marvin 

97 

99 

Thoren, Roberta 

227 

366 

156 

157 

172 

Snook, Karen 71 

100 

329 



88 

215 

Swenson, Sally 

174 

175 

Thornton, Jack 


395 

Valentine, Robert 


354 

Snow, Jacquelin 


325 

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199 

340 


219 

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Thornton, Leah 


329 

Valiant, John 

168 

171 

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392 

Stevens, Susan 


93 

256 

Swenson, Stanley 85 

220 

410 

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120 

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175 

Snydar, Donald 


235 

Stevenson, Elizabeth 


327 

Swett, Diane 


276 

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221 


219 

393 

Snyder, Dan 


130 

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339 

Swisher, I.uada 

55 

384 

Thorpe, Steven 


355 

Valley, Donna 

220 

399 

Snyder, Richard 

219 

222 

Stewart, David 

79 

117 

335 

Sydow, James 


344 

Thorson, Linda 


390 

Van Allen, Carol 


363 

Snyder, Jacqueline 


363 

Stewart, Gerald 



378 

Sykes, James 


149 

Thummcl, David 106 

191 

391 

Van Ausdle, Steven 


236 

Snyder, Jean 


366 

Stewart, Jane 


72 

341 

Sypher, James 


332 

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210 


237 

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202 

349 

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366 

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236 

340 

Thurlow, Bernard 

76 

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339 

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320 

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240 

340 

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358 

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376 

Snyder, Ron 


392 

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45 

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366 

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331 

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339 

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194 

327 

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210 

397 

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215 

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216 

285 

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327 

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79 

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202 

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94 

358 

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52 

194 


81 

240 

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209 

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207 

354 

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240 

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369 

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72 

344 




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198 

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152 

Solomon, Diane 


341 

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79 

322 




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323 

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98 

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71 

407 

Stitz, Kathryn 



339 

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194 

Tinker, Gregg 


355 

Van Dewerker, John 


395 

Sommers. Sharon 


363 

Stjerne, Mark 



347 

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198 

341 

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45 

371 

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349 

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72 

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390 

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72 

194 

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209 

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34 

194 

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238 

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Tndlock, Larry 

34 

236 

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413 


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238 

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216 

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110 

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106 

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209 

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351 

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117 

319 

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104 

407 

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354 

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80 

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320 

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168 

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113 

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113 

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213 

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52 

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177 

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237 

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329 

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34 

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370 

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45 

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329 

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387 

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152 

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327 

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253 

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226 

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109 

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315 

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106 

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344 

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390 

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397 

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407 

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337 

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219 

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366 

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375 

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387 

Speerstra, Gary 


324 

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76 

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Taylor, Linda 

55 

315 

Torgerson, Sharon 


52 

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158 

195 

Straub, Valaray 


52 

384 

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216 

Torget, Jeanne 


360 

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40 

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74 

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93 

236 

340 

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140 

376 

Tomey, Patricia 

198 

349 


208 

413 

Spencer,Joanne 


106 

Strayer, Cherie 


177 

341 

Taylor, Paul 

164 

222 

Tousley, Rayburn 


41 

Vevea, Virginia 


407 

Spencer, Michael 


411 

Street, Mark 



72 

Taylor, Rodney 


72 

Towne. Vernon 

72 

79 

Vickery, Dennis 


408 

Spencer,Sarah 


383 

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102 

177 

Taylor, Ross 


391 

81 

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314 

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410 

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110 

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219 

222 

395 

Taylor, Stephen 

79 

378 

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120 

199 

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149 

222 


240 

320 

Strege, Linda 


52 

341 

Taylor, Steven 


375 

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40 

323 

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395 

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99 

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131 

332 

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72 

408 

Townsend, Sharon 


384 

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366 

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214 

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407 

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370 

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323 

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40 

208 


225 

387 

Strickland, Thomas 

204 

207 

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207 

332 

Trathen, Brent 


337 

Vinup, Ray 


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Splelman, John 


35 

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327 

Tedrow, Donald 


347 

Traverso, Susan 


415 

Vlahovich, Jerry 


373 

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369 

Strickland, Edana 



327 

Telecky, Fay 


384 

Trefren, Martha 


317 

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116 

373 

Spillcr, Jane 

87 

376 

Strickler, Thomas 



375 

Telecky, Roberta 


315 

Tressler, Marcia 


194 

Vlahovich, Nancy 

45 

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347 

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198 

393 

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177 

320 


201 

390 


194 

327 

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199 

395 

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76 

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136 

318 

Triebelhom, Robert 


378 

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177 

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319 

327 

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384 

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216 

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224 

226 

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387 

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45 

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79 

164 

395 

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94 

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128 

131 

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323 

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164 

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106 

327 

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93 

216 

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273 

316 

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387 

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395 

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369 

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363 

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369 

Volkmann, Helko 

199 

402 

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201 

Strommer, Heidi 

240 

279 

339 

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393 

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344 

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327 

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390 

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384 

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316 

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218 

329 

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349 

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99 

316 

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222 

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384 

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198 

384 

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372 

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324 

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52 

176 

Terhanr, Kenneth 


57 

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358 

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334 

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104 

334 



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390 

Terrell, Warren 


344 

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204 

206 

Vrlicak, Ronald 


150 

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387 

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387 

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363 

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369 

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384 

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390 

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408 

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114 

321 

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106 

373 




Staley, Chester 

40 

413 

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201 

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267 

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200 




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415 

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241 

349 

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354 

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207 

413 

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360 

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402 

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41 

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348 



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72 

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52 

109 

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360 

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232 

407 




Stampfly, Wallace 


34 


175 

219 

366 

Theobald, Miehael 


395 

Turkington, Dave 


171 




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203 

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347 

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407 

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34 

236 

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220 

390 

Stanek, Judith 


390 

Sullivan, Mary 


96 

124 

Theige, Sharon 

140 

333 

Turner, John 


378 

Waananen, Marlin 


236 

Stanek, Ronald 

72 

335 



212 

315 

Thiel. Barbara 


384 

Turner, Kathy 


384 

Wachlra, Robin 

226 

387 

Stanfield, Larry 

80 

253 

Sullivan. Robert 



332 

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81 

Turner, Melvtn 


83 

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195 

199 

Stanley, Dave 


203 

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72 

132 

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214 

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329 

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211 

349 

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116 

378 

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95 

194 

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384 

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87 

211 

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242 

340 

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106 

393 

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397 

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415 

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205 

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321 

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93 

230 

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232 

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149 

370 

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321 

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87 

110 

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239 

358 

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72 

92 

222 

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40 

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176 

219 

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87 

407 

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94 

341 

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52 

360 

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72 

347 

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79 

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387 

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341 

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317 

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225 

358 

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223 

331 

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227 

349 

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94 

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366 

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79 

370 

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102 

360 

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220 

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322 

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72 

217 

399 

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79 

408 

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108 

109 

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281 

376 

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354 

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104 

347 

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323 

397 

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384 

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219 

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390 

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348 

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366 

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106 

340 

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397 

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140 

325 

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319 

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339 

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344 

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220 

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402 

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8 

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408 




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390 

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194 

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207 

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201 




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224 

226 

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324 

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140 

333 

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384 

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215 

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387 

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325 

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133 

408 

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102 

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370 

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215 

350 

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55 

321 


216 

315 

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73 

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80 

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369 

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390 

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72 

413 

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390 

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177 

415 

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168 

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214 

384 

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95 

224 

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45 

371 

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100 

407 

Swanson, Linda 


97 

327 

Thompson, John 


378 

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336 

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358 

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204 

205 

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222 

323 

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81 

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347 

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52 

175 

Swanson, Sidney 


52 

217 

Thompson, Lawrence 


76 

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355 

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320 


219 

390 

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370 

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378 

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140 

376 

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110 

363 

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175 

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72 

194 

344 

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384 

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158 

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375 


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223 

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344 

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358 

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173 

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375 

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214 

410 

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218 

360 

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395 

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366 

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152 

155 

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231 

314 

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366 

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387 

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317 

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348 

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106 

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329 

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176 

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102 

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220 

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319 

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194 

204 

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236 

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207 

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219 

327 

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354 

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320 

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223 

407 

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52 

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384 

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73 

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318 

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76 

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79 

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171 

413 


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347 

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133 

212 

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211 

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239 

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415 

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220 

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239 


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199 

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327 

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104 

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354 

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402 

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106 

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225 

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275 

344 

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407 

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110 

350 

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79 

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232 

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334 

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220 

323 

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93 

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79 

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407 

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402 

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227 

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220 

234 

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407 

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391 

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109 

114 

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366 


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340 

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113 

363 

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220 

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273 

349 

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171 

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355 

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314 

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363 

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376 

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319 

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73 

109 

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201 

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407 

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407 

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317 

114 

212 

333 

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387 

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407 

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198 

327 

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384 

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194 

347 

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384 

Whitmore, Jon 


150 

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332 

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363 

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79 

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96 

329 

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415 

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387 

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138 

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323 

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344 

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81 

318 

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238 

320 

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384 

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323 

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284 

339 

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40 

207 

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225 

369 




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358 

Weinbrecht, Joan 


366 

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219 

384 

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402 




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344 

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358 

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73 

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124 

177 

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34 

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76 

200 

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198 

341 

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369 



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79 

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360 

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227 

369 

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207 

402 




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152 

157 

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194 

Wickline, Laurence 


319 

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212 

409 




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73 

109 

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150 

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109 

113 

Wilson, Sandra 

73 

109 

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168 


222 

390 

Weller, Gerald 


214 

194 

222 

363 


110 

384 

Yates, Dole 


231 

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358 

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35 

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140 

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363 

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203 

331 

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34 

80 

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61 

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107 

407 

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108 

109 

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85 


241 

340 

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344 

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399 

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290 

334 

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73 

347 

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395 

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79 

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85 

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227 

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87 

371 

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79 

387 

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371 

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239 

371 

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73 

133 

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73 

402 

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230 

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210 

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73 

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134 

135 

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407 

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216 

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194 


80 

81 

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73 

317 

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Acknowledgements 


Advisor 

H. V. Alward, Jr. 

Photographers 

WSU Photo 

Midway Photo 

Hutchison Photo 

Rod Robert 

Printing Production 

R. Wallace Pischel, Inc. 

Cover Production 

Hal Payne (Durand) 


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