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Rollamo 1975 University of Mo.-Rolla Rolla, Mo. Volum-e 69 David J. Schepers Editor-in-Chief

Leonard J. Lutz Business Manager


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Foreword Last year Dr. Merl Baker stepped down as chancellor of UMR and this year, on October 1, Dr. Raymond Bisplinghoff took over the responsibilities as the chancellor. Prior to his coming to the campus, Dr. Bisplinghoff served as deputy director of the National Science Foundation in Wash., D.C. One of his last assignments was that of a member of a U.S. delegation which visited Saudi Arabia to discuss the oil-energy situation . We feel that we at UMR are extremely fortunate to have such a distinguished man as chancellor and hope that in the years that he is here he can continue to improve the quality of education we have here at UMR.



Contents Foreword ....... 3 Activities . . . . . . 36 Organizat ions ... 116 Sports ........ 168 Queens ........ 228 Living Units .... 244 Seniors ........334 Senior Activities .396 Index ........ .412


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Activities Party Weekends Concerts Speakers Plays Special . Events

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Parents Day

September 28th was UMR's annual Parents Day. The purpose of the day was to show the parents of UMR students what life at the university is really like. After an informal reception, tours were held and a luncheon was given at the University Center. The day ended with a football game between UMR and Kansas State College .

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University Day

There was plenty of things to do and see at the UMR University Day on November 9th. High School and Junior College students attended this annual open house to get acquainted with the people and facilities at UMR. A good time and educational experience was had by all who attended.

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IIHollis Jay'' On September 5th, Alpha Omega Players of Dallas presented the Benjamin Bradford play, "Where Are You Going, Hollis Jay". The play centered around two college freshman falling in love.

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On October 8th, the Student Union Board presented, "The Boston Tea Party", a production by professional players . The mood of "Tea Party" was basically comic and politically oriented .

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Homecom ing 1974

As in years past, the Miner party spirit was too much for the wet, miserable weather, as students, faculty, alumni, and friends enjoyed the largest of all fall events at UMR. The weekend was one of complete success that started off with an excellent alumni turnout f rom the class of 1949 who came to renew long-lost friendships on the 25th anniversary of their graduation .

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was night F rid av highlighted by the many dances at fraternities and eating clubs, the official Homecomin g Dance, and Coronatio n Queen Ceremonies . Miss Kathy Schaefer, representing Phi Kappa Theta, was crowned queen after an exhaustive comparison of many deserving women. Kappa Sigma received the award for the Homecom ing best decorations . The pledges of Lambda Chi Alpha won the annual IFC PJ race before the game Saturday afternoon.

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"The Fantasticks" was presented by the Continental a Company, Theatre professional touring company from Kansas. The show is the longest running OffBroadway musical in American theatre history. The plot centers around two fathers trying to match son and daughter.

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The UMR Blood Com mittee, in conjuction w ith the American Red Cross, sponsered three blood drives over the year. Students gave blood between classes and were refilled with cookies and refreshments. Ap proximatley 80 percent of the Red Cross ' Phelps Coun ty blood quota is supplied by UMR students.

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IFC Cleanu p The third annual IFC Clean-Up was held on November 9th . The Clean Up resulted in an estimated 20 tons of trash being picked up in the Rolla area. The IFC manpower provided the while Rolla Sanitation, UMR, Rolla some and provided businessmen trucks for the pickup of trash bags.

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Dave Loggins

Dave Lo~gins l_ivened up an otherw1se typ1cal Miner weekend by putting on a conc_ert of soft country mus_1c. Between singing and playmg he took time to joke and talk with the crowd emphasizing his reputatio~ as a well rounded performer.

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The annual IFC Sing started the 1974 Christm as Party Weeke nd. Centen n ial Hall was packed as UMR's Greeks gathere d to display their talents . The time betwee n acts was filled with comedy skits and music by the UMR Jazz Ensem ble .

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SUB Casino Night The Student Union Board held its Casino Night on January 24th. The evening was sponsored for pleasure rather than profit. The deal ing behind the game tables was handled by some helpful profs and administrators. Many students attended to find some relief from hard studies.

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Rob Inglis

Rob Inglis presented in a delightful manner the ribald and raucus humor of the literary classic, The Canterbury Tales. Before a disappointingly small crowd, Inglis performed the great work of Chaucer with perfection.

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Engineer's Week The theme of Engineers' Week was "Engineering Exploring New Energy Fron tiers ". In observance of Engineers' Week, UMR's traveling engineering exhibit was on display in the St. Pats ballroom . Displays included an urban car built by UMR students, a wankel engine, a mini computer, and many more.

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On February 16, the students of UMR had the chance to see one of the better known harpsichordists in the country, Eiji Hashimoto. Hashimoto has obtained international fame by performing in many ofthe capitals in the world . Hashimoto started the show with an. informal chat about the harpsichord, and con tinued by playing a variety of music from the 17th and 18th centuries.

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On February 21st, the St. Louis Brass Quintet performed music of the major the from composers Renaissance to the 20th century. The Quintet has been performing at colleges across the nation.

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Theta Tau Casino Night

On the Wednesday before St . Pats, Theta Tau held its annual Casino Night with the proceeds going to the Ugly M an charity drive. Many Rolla businessmen donated prizes and refreshments while the fraternities and soront1es provided the entertainment.

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St. Pats With the arrival of St. Pat on the hand car and the tapping of free bear at Top Hat, St. Pats Party Weekend officially moved into full swing . The coronation was performed with a style and grace not usually associated with the men in green. Governor Kit Bond was declared honorary St . Pat . Knighthood was bestowed on Chancellor Raymond Bisplinghoff, Mayor Harold Barnes, Mr. Robert Schucardt, St. Pat in 1950, and Mrs. Elizabeth Lorey. Miss Marilyn Weints was chosen the 1975 St . Pats Queen of Love and Beauty.

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The Games


This year the St. Pats Games drew the largest crowd of the past several years. A new record was obtained by Bill Williams as he won the Six Pack Chug in 45 seconds. " Easy" Moore was the victor in the En durance Chug . In a popular and hotly contested event, Jane Gremp came out on top in the Girls Quart Chug. The tree from Beta Sigma Psi was the winner for the second year runnmg .


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The annual St. Pats parade was a spectical floats, bands, antique cars, and this year, Anheuser - Busch the Clydesdale horses. The parade was very traditional with the St. Pats alum painting Pine Street green, St. Pat riding on a manure spreader pulled by freshman, and the Queens Float filled with lovely ga Is representing many organizations on campus.

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Who is Alice? The knighting Ceremony took place early Saturday afternoon . The warm weather and the nature of this strange event was responsible for a huge crowd at UMR's Jacklin Field . Many organizations saw their elected knights kiss the hand of the St. Pats Queen and then take a dip in Alice. The crazy outfits of the knights and a dead possum were highlites of the afternoon .

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The annual All In dependents Party Weekend was sponsored by the UMR Dorms, the ICC, GDI, and the International Students . Dan cing , dining, drinkin g, and games were the order of the weekend. Echo Valley Farm was the site of two five-hour dances, the ALL- U- Can - Eat Barbeque, and the games.

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IIKiss Me, Kate''

"Kiss Me, Kate", a musical by Cole Porter, was presented in the spring by the UMR Theatre Guild and UMR Music Section. "Kate", is a of version musical Shakespears ' Tamming of the Shrew". Each night found Centennial Hall packed, in dicating that the UMR Miners can appreciate a cultura l performance .

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The Elysian Fields was the site of the Greek Games . The fields have been improved each year . 1975 was no exception as a scoreboard was constructed to keep the Greeks informed on the progress of the chariot race, rat race, keg toss , limbo, and tug -of-war . Tau Kappa Ep silon was the overall winner of Greek Week .

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ROLLAM O Board

Dave Schepers-Edito r in Chi ef Kathy Veit- Queens

The ROLLAMO Board is responsible for compiling and editing the yearbook each year. The job begins in August with 'selection of staff and photographers within the first weeks of school, and continues throughout the school year as deadlines are met, the ROLLAMO Queen and her court are chosen, and final proofreading and finishing touches are added.

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Cra ig Korko ian-Activities. Layout

Nic Neumann-Photography, Living Units Pa ula M arce llus-Organi zations

Lenny Lutz- Business M anager

Mark Dolecki-W ho's Who

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ROLLAMO Photographers The major job of the ROLLAMO's Photographers Staff is the picture collecting and developing for the yearbook. Several thousand pictures are taken each year by the photographers on the yearbook staff, and several thousand pictures must be developed and printed for each yearbook published. From left to right : Gregg Sullivan, Larry Pitts, J esse Yow, Lenny Struttmann , Nic Neumann, Glenn John ey, Eth an Chamberlain, Alan Benson, M ark Lorenz.

KMNR is the student operated radio station here at UMR. The station seeks to provide a variety of programs to suit every taste.

KMNR

Row 1: (sitti ng) M . Foe hse, Rick Ercter, Larry Wolf, D. Williams; Row 2 : R. Dabler, S. Bivens, M . Jacobs, B. Sullivan, C. Bernstein , J . Dehaven. J . LaGreek, A. Schwartz, T. Bom an, R. Sta llion, J . Frederickson, S. Luffel, S. Garner, R. Ahrens, B. Steffen, C. Luttes, B. Ograski ; Row 3 : B. Ah a I, R. Williams, J . Bradshaw. B. W elch , B. Patrick, R. Clark; (on derrick) D. Wohler!, P. Cole, G. Best, P. Abney, B. Wright.

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Front row, left to right : R. Markey, B. Born, M . Gilliam, D. Rackers, A. Stevenson, D. Shelledy, M . Borgmeyer, R. Rembold, D. Lewis; Second row, left to right : B. Smith, B. Schaller, S. Rucker, M . Sallawasser, D. Gilliam , E. Burford, B. Uding, C. Sage, J. Detry, L. Reinisch, D. Rembold.

Missouri Miner

This past year the MINER staff worked to up-grade the paper. Changes were made and the work was done . The publication consistently ran twelve pages. The annual 24 page St. Pat's issue was once again a success. The staff also received recognition for a Special Freshman issue produced jointly with the Student Council.

Publications Board

Seated, left t o right : M . Reyn o lds, D. Sch epers, L. William s, C. Ad ams, D. Sh e lledy; Standing , left to right : W . Leitner, T. Underh ill , M . Borgm eyer, J . Campbell , P. Abn ey.

U M R Engineer Magazine From left to right : M . Mathews-New Associate Editor, B. Bray- M a naging Editor, J. Garrett (in front) - Editorial Assistant , M . Treppler - Editor, D. Leitterman Adverti sing Manag er, M . Huntdon (in back) -Secretary, T. Morgan -Organizational News, V . KundermanPhotographer, C. Calvin-New Editorial Assistant, R. Webber -Graphics, D. Mudd- Business Manager.

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First row, left to right; D. Suiter-Recreation, S. Tillman-Fine Arts, B. Harvey-Program Director, D. Holt-Vice President, J . JohaningmeyerHospitality, M . McCarthy-Public Relations, T. O'Neill, Films; Back

row, left to right : R. Sherer-Socia! , T. Miesner-President, C. Hayworth -General Lectures, G. Hellwig- Secretary, R. CramerSpecial Events . 路

Student Union Board Hospitality

Back row, left to right : T. Morgan, D. James, S. Clark, J . Flebbe, J. Defend, L. Wolf; Front row, left to right : P. Marcellus- Secretary, J . Johaningmeyer -Director, N. Nowak. Front row, left to right : W . Carlson, M . Mori , D. Schade, L. Ri ch ardson -Secretary : Back row, left to right : M . McCarthyDirector, R. Siebenman, T. McGraw, J . Neyer, D. Scott. E. Chamberlain.

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Special Events

First row. left to right : B. Schroff, R. Cramer-Director, S.. Braaf, A. Giesler; Second row, left to right : M . McDonald, D. Dutton, M . Harvey, B. Burton.

Fine Arts Films First row, left to right : D. Suiter- Director, D. Kovarik, M . Bell; Second row, left to right : S. Brothers, D. Sumner, P. Boegner, R. Brewer. G. Gollhofer. P. Yount.

Recreation

Seated: T. O 'Neill -Director , G. Donner , B. Durbin -Secretary, H. Buncher; Stand ing: A Esker, J . Puckett, P. Hatcher.

Standing, left to right : R. Sherer- Director. A. Giesler, R. Still, L. Clause, J . O'Hara, T. Schmidt, D. Mudd; Sitt ing, left to right : T. M cG raw, E. Rush, B. Ault.

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Row 1. Chuck M oede, Dave Wi sch, M arty Reyno lds, Dia ne Gibbs, Tom Underhill, Edi e M cCaw; Row 2 : Val Bates, Darrel Rachels, Ri ck Au er, M ike M a hn , Pa ul W illi am s, M ark M cGee; Row 3 : Steve Stearns, Herman Polk, Ph il Breezee l, M ona Ogl e, Mi ke Boot h by.

Stude nt Council

Row 1: Virgil W ork, M ark Sebr ee, Steve Broth er s, Steve Li esc heidt , Jim Griese, J eff Rose, Bob Helmkamp; Row 2 : Bob Na ige r, Ga ry M aase n , Denni s Carlto n, M ark Beckn er, Reed Curtis, Don Clin e, Paul Fe llin, J eanne Achelpohl; Row 3 : Dave Stre low , Jim M artin, Randy Moore, Du ane Parrish, Tom Holley.

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St. Pat's Board

Front row, I to r: Dwight Tidquist, Dennis Seibel, Mike J erome, Jack Ginnever, Gary Haworth, Bill Wagener, Daryl Tucker, Dan Amsinger, Mike Mertens. Second row, I tor: Barry Ba iotto, Stan LaFollette, Bill Hahn, Steve Schaffer, Mick Gilliam, Bud Scheer, Tom Joyce, Gary Schucardt, Don Proehl, Marty Henson; Third row, I tor : Roland Poertner, Herb Hasty, Dave Dremeier, Michael

Griffin, Joe Vehige, Fred Rice, Gerald Meyr, Mike Kirn, Bill Merten, Cra ig Thompson, Howard Stever, John Pendergrass; Fourth row, I to r: Ed Haberstroh, Randy Picolet, Rich Weaver, Dave Kanevsky, Tab Schm idt, Ed Lueckenhoff, De Wayne Roberts, Ellis Sisk, Hugh Kind, Larry Fa in, Leo Valla, Gary Sandbothe.

The St. Pat's Board is comprised of men from every living unit which participates in the St. Patrick's Day activities. The entire purpose of the St. Pat's Board is to plan, prepare, and execute the festivities which are a landmark of the University of Missouri-Rolla . The St. Pat's Board strives to keep alive the traditions which started over seventy years ago, but also to change the celebration to include new ideas and events that will make St. Pat's better every year.

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Row 1, left to right : Debbie Kersting , Tony Holm, Gerald Meyr, Rick Tegetoff, Ed Holt; Row 2 : Unknown, Mark Slusser, Bill Hahn , Margo Austin , Mark Bruenger, John Pace, Mark; Row 3 : Unknown, Bill Halbert, Barry Berserik, Jack Ginnever, Unknown, L.G . Laos, Kathy Hahn, Unknown, Patty Meyer, Patti Doyle .

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Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity. One of the organization's methods of serving the student body is the semesterly book distribution. APO blotters are found on nearly every student's desk on campus. A special project this year was working at the Rolla Area Sheltered Workshop. Row 1, I to r : Dr. H.O. McDonald, Gerry Schmitz, Fred Grafton, Dick Hellwege, William Patr ick, Dennis Woodruff; Row 2, L to r : Garry Kallmeyer, Marc Trent. Len Lutz, Jim Junge, Mike Lueckenhoff, Bob Bay, Randy Crusta Is, Dude Harms, Mark Dolecki; Row 3, I tor: Tom Pile, Bill Nicho ls, Bob Durbi n, Don Cline, Randy Ol eson, Joe Offutt, Bob Park, Ed Schmidt. Tom Calzone, Ron Rembold.

Blue Key Blue Key is a National Honor Fraternity whose members are selected on the basis of character, abil ity and potential. On the UMR campus, its activities range in scope from services to the campus to services to the faculty and students. Among these are the Blue Key Student Directory, Miner of the Month , leadership seminars, and the resum e servic e.

First Row, I to r : Bill Rosenbaum, John W egman, Gerald Meyr, Joe Adrian , Brad Scott, Jeff Carter, Bill M orley, Ca rol O'Rou rke, Bill Lu eckenhoff, Mike Griffin; Second Row, I to r : Tom Underhill, Ray Winklemann, Paula M arce llus, Denise Lovasco, Jim W atts, Dave Wi sch, Don Cline; Third Row, I tor: Leonard La skowski, Tom M ayer, Vern Boehme, Bob Becherer, Craig Korkoian, Bob Fleischman, M arvin Borgmeyer, Mike Boothby, Jim Bondi; Fourth Row , I to r : AI Bolon, Fred Grafton, Tim Holcer .

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Beta Chi Sigma Beta Chi Sigma is a newly organized service fraternity on the UMR campus. It is dedicated to preserving the ideals of the order of the arrow and providing service to campus, community, and scouting. Its big project of the year was the Merit Badge University which coordinated 28 merit badge skill centers sponsored by many campus and community organizations .

Seated, I tor : Joe Offutt, Joe Hopki ns, Dr . Sieck, Lo u Reinisch; Standing , I tor : J im Upchurch, Sam Enn s, Gary Clin e, M arc Sm ith, Jim Detry, Tom Smi t h, Don Cl ine , Dan Grose, Bob W esse l.

Gamma Alpha Delta

Back row, I to r: Steve Petzel, Bob Brennan, Bob Schnell , Jim Junge, Mike Lackn er, Rick Yelton; Middle row, I to r: Bill Christians, Bob Dallas, Joe Becker, Alan Paschke, Dave Bonney, Bob Durbin, Father Don Lammers; Front row : John O'Hara , Paula Marcellus.

Gamma Alpha Delta is a Greek service organization which includes representatives from eleven frater nities and two sororities . The group organizes work projects throughout the state, allowing students to apply knowledge learned in the classroom to human needs. GAD also sponsors two discussion seminars in each member house each semester . The organization strives to create wellrounded engineers and scientists aware of the moral commitments of their profession

Circle K is a service organization for college men and women similar to Kiwanis Club in the professional world and Key Club in the high schools. In fact, Circle K at UMR is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Rolla and periodically works with them and Key Club of Rolla High to coordinate service projects and social events. Row 1, I to r : Harry Burford, Rick Walker, Kent Fi el d; Row 2, I to r: Mike Mara , John Lyl e, Dave Wh itaker, Brad Parrish, Dave Luca s, Dave Lyon; Row 3, I to r : Duane M arol e, Phil Yount, Paul Rich ardson , Nick Barra ck; Row 4 , I tor : Duane Parrish, Ron Rogg e, Steve Brunts, John Buncher, Dan Grose.

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Intercollegiate Knights Intercollegi ate Knights Auxiliary IKA is a service organization open to all girls not on academic probation. It is the aim of the girls ' auxiliary to serve the school and the community and to give its members a better chance to become experienced in leadership. In addition to working with the Intercollegiate Knights, IKA activities include parties for underprivileged children, visiting nursing homes, working at football games, and an annual bakesale. Fro nt row , I to r : Pat Scholl, J ennifer Drake, Debbi e Gower, Peggy Cahill, Rita Stockhecker, Ca thy Scholl; Back row, I to r : Pa uletta France, Paula Pollette. J oyce Willman, Doris Behr, Nancy Edmonds, Lana Bray, Joy Ew ens.

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Arnold Air Society Front row : Andy Lee, Steve Bross. Jeff W i ll iams. Steve All en. Fred Koonce; M iddle row : M ark M arikos. Don Nicholson. M ike Moch el, Bill Ballard. Randy A tkeisson. Bill Miehe, Ra lph Rojas; Back row : Lt. Col. Clinton, Steve Vancil , Dave Thompson , Loren Gin ter. Paul Kossi na. Brian M il lburn, Jim Schaefer.

Arnold Air Society is the professional service organization of Air Force ROTC. Although membership is limited to certain AFROTC cadets, our service projects have helped in the entire community. In the past, we have done extensive work for Cerebral Palsy, the Heart Fund, and the POW/ MIA crusade, provided an Aerospace Merit Badge program for Rolla Boy Scouts, served Miss as escorts for the area Junior Pageant, and provided lectures and demonstrations for Civil Air Patrol cadets.

Association of Married Students

Front row : P. Lannem ann, B. Prudi c, P. Boyd, P. Shaw, D. Fitzpatrick. K. Fitzpatrick, B. Fitzpatrick, R. Close, V . W elshon, J . Burnham, G. Burnham, V . M cCaw, E. M c Caw . C. McCaw, P. Smith; Second Row: B. Lannem ann. D. Prudi c, J . Boyd, D. Bequette, T. Pond, L. Sh aw , B. Fitzpatrick, G. Close, A. W elshon, J . Parks, J . Burnh am , D. M cCaw , J . Smith.

Better known as the "Mates", the organization provides social entertainment for students and their families. The husband and wife tennis tournament is an annual event, along with various parties, picnics, bowling and game nights, and any other reasons for a gettogether. Meeting new friends is the purpose of the club, and among their goals is to place higher than last year in intramural competition.

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Seated, 1tor : Peggy Kubicek, Dixie Smity, Edie McCaw, Glenna Burnham, Barb Prudic, Pam Floyd, Pat Bredehoeft; Standing, 1tor : Mrs. Bonnie Lewis (Advisor), Linda DeClue, Sarah Crocker, Cathy Hopkms, Peggy Eastburn, Joann Nappiar, Joanne Bodenhamer .

Dames

Front, I tor : Stella Johnson, Gina Niemann, Elizabeth Mojica, Pat Foster, Judy Branstetter, Vanessa Bequette, Karen Vi eck, Charyl Lewis, Lauri Kerns; Middle, I to r : Kathi Unks, Cheryl Alusow, Barb Repp, Cathy Chasteen, Linda Gruever, Debi Roussin, Mary Dierker, Eva Brayfield; Standing, I tor: Karen Johnson , Lynn Mclafferty, Nancy Lotz, Sherry Baker. Beverly Mill er, Mary Cobb, Elaine Carlstrom, Shirley Black, Vicki Welshon, Pam Randall, Barb Reel.

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Cycling Club The Cycling Club was organized by and for anyone interested in any of the numerous aspects of cycling : riding, repair workshops, rac ing, etc. Trips vary in length and ate great for beginning and advanced riders alike. Usual departure time on almost every nice Sunday is 1 :00 P.M. from the 路 "hockey puck" . Everyone is welcome .

Sitting : I to r : Dave Chester, Jeff Susanj , Connie Guidicini ; Kneeling : Ron Krusie , Marshall Koval, Dave Collier (secretary), Dave Heinrich (vice president); Standing : Karl Koenig , Gary Ca rroll. Ron Pin aire, Rita Webber (treasurer), Ben Humphries, Mark Blaser, Ke nt Gastreich , Donnis Lammert, Scott Price (president), John Farrell. Bob Anderson, Rick Erder .

Economics Club Forensic Societ y Even though the UMR Forensic Society is a small organization , its members are developing a speech and debate squad that will travel across the state of Missouri to participate in forensic tournament s. Within a short amount of time, the speech and debate team will grow and be one of the most traveled of campus organization s. Though this organization is not well -known on campus, its officers ask that more Miners get behind the UMR Forensic Society and watch it grow to be one of the best squads in the state . From left to right : Tim Bradley (president), Mike Winnett (treasurer). Ron Steingrubey (vice pres ident), Dr . Brewer (advisor).

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M-Ciub

Left to right : Rusty Crane, Mark Snowden, Greg Best, Art Stevenson , Brian Flynn, Dave Wisch, Steve Starke, Ken Burris, Bud Stein, Jeff Poze, Dan Wenk, Greg Haug, Vic Lomax.

M-Ciub is a service fraternity composed of varsity athletes. During the course of the year, besides encouraging the participation in varsity athletics, the organization carries out many projects. Every week, the club selects an athlete on campus who has excelled in his sport during the past week. For Homecoming, the club sells Homecoming buttons and sponsors a pep rally and bonfire. During the basketball season, M -Ciub handles the concessions and ushering at the games. In the spring, the club has two big projects, the Junior Olympics and the Sports Banquet.

History Club

Marching Minerettes First row, seated: Dr. Donald B. Oster (advisor), Larry M axw ell (vice president), Phil Hensley (president); Second row, standing : Frank Chapman, Dr. Lawrence 0 . Christensen .

The Marching Minerettes are a girls' military drill team. Activiti es this year included state -wide competitions, per formances on campus and in the Rolla area, and several service projects. The group made a fine showing in standard w ea pons drill competitions against allmen team s, placing second only to UMC's team at one meet.

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Row 1, I to r: Peggy Knapp (S -4), M ichelle Robeson (PIO), Lynn Klender (S -1), Jill M cCartney, M ary Roach (XO). Judy Flebbe (CO); Row 2, I to r : Melanie Miller (S -3), Jackie Dethorne, M aJ . DoiS W ebb.


Psychology Club Students psychology The Association , or Psych Club, is made up of students interested in psychology, whether or not they are psychology majors. Psych Club meets once a month for the its of enriching purpose field the of members knowledge of psychology, by the use of films, lectures, panel discussions , and other programs. Front row : Steve Babbit, Monica Lapp, Ed Luekenhoff; Ce nter row: Dr. David Ruhland, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Section Head, Dr. John Ruffner, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Advisor, Becky Cole, J an Hoffma n; Back row : Bev Laun, Elizabeth Clark, Dawn Sarchet, Sandy Mclain.

Pershing Rifles

Row 1: T. Coker (S -3), B. Wildschuetz (S -2), J . Garland (CO), G. Wessel (XO), Row 2 : V. Behr, G. Transmeier, J . La Greek (1st SGT.), N. Talbot, C. Norris, J . Warren (D.M .), D. Nicholson (S-1 ); Row 3 : Capt. Dois Webb (advisor), Arthur Stevenson.

Pershing Rifles is a national military society honorary composed of outstanding students from all walks of campus life. Its act1v1t1es include rifle and pistol marksmans hip teams, standard and exhibition drill teams, leadership training and socia l functions. There is no ROTC commitmen t re quired for membership .

Radio Club Back row: R. Tu cker, J . Sw atters, D. Hei le, M . Sanders, Steve Serniak; Middle row: K. Gianino, M . Riesing, G. Johney, M . Perry, R. McDonald; Front row: B. Logan, R. Hall, D. Bertagnolli, G. Dolson, S. Suttere r .

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Raiders

Front row, kneeling : J . Hassinger (CO), R. Mueller (S-2), D. Walker (S -3), D. Nicholson (XO), J . Abbott, D. Wills (S1 ), L. Ginter (S -4), E. Ray (D - 1); Second row : SGM R. Armendariz (advisor), R. Francis, R. Wingfield, S. Williams, G. Crawford, L. Castor, H. Martenson , K. Chrisman , E. Klepzig (DI); Third row : R. Saussette, M . Burford, T. Smith, M . Wille, J . Northrup, J . Bryant, L. McCamister.

Raiders train students in techniques of survival, leadership, orienteering, and physical fitness each year. Students, both ROTC and civilian, learn a great deal through the year of themselves and others - and have fun doing it.

Rugby Club

First row : J . Grelle, M . Jerome, C. Jarmon, M . Starkweather, M . Brown, T. Twoshoes, M. Pleiman, L. Kimmel; Second row : R. Reidy, M . Hi cks, M . Br eedlove, J . Doubek, D. Johnson , L. Rhodes, D. Robertson, S. Stokes, S. Perko, G. Morgan, K. Sevells, B. Dunn, M . Willi e; Third row : B. Frike, M . Ryan, M . Slusser, B. Welch, J . Sickman, R. Henn, Dan, R. Dudenhoffer, T. Smith, S. Hausladen, J. Pendergras, Roger, M . Drumm , J . Jost.

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th~ spnng of 1973, has as its O~JeCtlve the association of people

w1th a common interest. It also ~er~es to promote safety as an InVIolate way of life in one of our newest sports. Second only to safety, the UMR Scuba Club stresses an appreciation and sportsman's respect for the ecology and environment to be found only by those who venture beneath the surface of our water world .

UMR Sports Car Club

Scuba Club The UMR-Sports Car Club is an organization specif ically oriented to the car enthusiasts at UMR and the surrounding area . The primary objective of the club is to promote good driving habits and automotive safety as well as keeping one informed as to new devel opments in the automotive industries. These goals are achieved by sponsoring rall ies and autocrosses, in which skill, safety, and coordination are stressed along with competition . The club has also helped the Boy Scouts in Automotive Safety merit badges.

Back row : E. Foster, E. W ard, P. Sawtelle, B. Burton, D. Kut ilek, D. A ntal, A. Tinnemeyer, G. Hellwig, C. Davi s, J . Hood, B. Reynolds, K. Dunipace, S. M iller.

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Rock Climbing Club

Left to right : Jim Martin (pres.). Mike King, Peter Price, Matt Strauser, Lee Markunas, Mark Rei sing, Dr. James Maxwell (advisor), Mike Roberson.

The purpose of the MSM Rock Climbers is to encourage and practice safe principles and techniques of rock climbing and perpetuate the honorable and gentlemanly traditions of the sport. Our club is very active, and sponsors climbing and mountaineering expeditions t o such places as Montana, Wyoming, and Wisconsin, Colorado, Oklahoma. We are eager to introduce any interested persons to the thrilling sport.

Spelunker's Club First Row: Harold Harder, Keith Davis, Debbie White, Fred Durrenberger, Rafael Jauregui, Mark Ballard, Greg Lovell, Leora Markunas (sec-treas), Jeff Lux; Second row: Robin Bohnenkamp, Erik Tilman (v. pres), Jon Trusik, Don Gasner, J o hn He idbreder. Lee W ehmeier, John Gallagher, Mike Mullen (pres), Torrie VanDevan, David Hoffman; Third row: Larry Nue lle, Mike Brake, Gary Jones; Fourth row: Dave Butherus, Kevin Finder, Bob Schaef er, Paul Wood, Bob Ba llad.

Russian Club Russian Club is an organization for students Russian the studying language and culture. It strives to show aspects which cannot be taught in the classroom. Activities include films, speakers and an annual dinner featuring traditional Russian dishes at the home of our advi sor, Dr. David Law.

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Back row , I t o r : Tom Holley, J im Burri s, Terry Coker, Joe Tull; M iddle row: Paula M arcellus, David Brendemrh l, Mrke Smith, Fred Barry, Richard Jo hnson, Dr. Law ; Front row : Denise Lovasco, Dr . Kre rdl. Debby Berg, M e lanie Miller , Cathy Miles, Pam Gent is, Bill A cree.


Soccer Club The UMR Soccer Club was refounded in 1973. In 1974, the Soccer Club challenged big name varsity squads such as Florissant Valley, Meramac, Washington U., Harris Teacher's, Mo. Southern , Mizzou and others. A full seventeen game schedule was played in Fall '74 and a fifteen game schedule is planned for 1975.

Front row, I tor: M . Ludwig, J . Keebler (pres.). K. Jinkerson (treas.), R. Dolan, G. Daneshgar, D. Broekelmann, M . Miller, G. Acevedo, E. Martinez, J. Aboud, J. Bellassa, M . Schurman , B. Crotty; Back row : D. Wind, R. Linck (sec. ), H. Chappel, T. Zgraggen, L. M ertens, M . Lampe, R. Nichols, M . Schm idt, B. Crosby, T. Rechtien, K. Hah n, P. Telthorst (v-p), T. Schneider (coach).

Theatr e Guild The UMR Theatre Guild, a relatively young organi zation on campus, is in its fourth successful year. Th e purpose of the guild is to promote an interest in drama and in the theatrical arts on the UMR campus by presenting productions in the realm of the performing arts. Th is year there were three productions : Gian -Carlo Menotti 's opera 'The Old MAid and the Thief ', Edward Albee's play " Who's Afra id of Virgin ia Woolf?", and Cole Porterr's musical "Kiss Me, Kate". Front row , I to r : Lisa Gentry, George Dolson, Kim Coleman (sectreas), Bob J ackson ; M iddle row, I tor: Bob Ballad, Joh n Campbell (pres), Steve Bross, Alan Benson; Ba ck row, I to r : Bob Fleischma n, Bruce Chamberlain (faculty advisor), Mary Foehse, Barry Stone, Bob Clark.

Water polo Club

Back row, I to r : Larry M olina, Coach Pease, Bi ll Kroeger, Larry Padfield, Mike Norberg, Leonard Wolff, Bill Orr, Marc M ateer, Mark Bengsten; Front row, I to r : Randy Lubbert, Jim Entwistle, John Eagh, Dana Witt, Dave Beem .

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Flag Twirlers

Back row : Brenda Ellerbrake, Debbie Rabbitt, Carol Foster, Linda Vanerwal, Doris Behr; Front row: Pumpkin Lovasco, Delores James, Pam Ol iver.

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University Chamber Choir

The highlight of the year for the University and Chamber Choirs, under the direction of Bruce Chamberlain, were the Madrigal Dinners, their contribution to university Christmas spirit. Patterned after actual medieval English Yuletide celebrations, the feast included wassail, roast beef, and flaming plumb pudding. It was all serenaded by the choir, in costume, through solos, sing a longs, and group selections of authentic Old English Christmas music. It is hoped the three night celebration will become an annual event and a UMR Christmas tradition.

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Tau Beta Sigma

Tau Beta Sigma is a national service sorority for bandwomen to promote the role of the college band. It cosponsors with Kappa Kappa Psi an annual Jun ior High Band Clin ic and the District Music Festival. The Band Clinic brought in over 800 students from 27 schools. Tau Beta Sigma also co-sponsors socials and banquets for all UMR band members.

Row 1: Linda Scarff, Alexis Swoboda, Doris Behr, Jean Roberts (pres.), Nicki Talbot (treas.), Pat Cooke (vice-pres.), Michelle Robeson; Row 2 : Joyce Marshall (sec.), Mona Day, Susan Callahan, Elizabeth Sinn; Row 3 : Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Remington (honorary), Mrs. Oakley (honorary).

Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi is the band honorary national fraternity, dedicated to building better bands. The Delta Gamma Chapter, recipient of the Founders Award for being the number one chapter in the U.S.A., works hard to promote the music program at UMR.

First row, I to r : Ed Scarff, David Jobe, John Ziegler, David Tucker, Steve Gilbert (treas.), Tim Gentry, Paul Abney (pres.); Back row, I tor: Mark Snodgrass, Joe Hopkins (corr. sec.), Brian Sm ith, Vance Behr, Rick Yelton, Larry Sinn, John Baxter, Dr. D. Oakley (advisor). Andy Lee, Gary Fischer, John Peterson (vice -pres.), David B. Smith, John Mangoff (rec. sec.).

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Baptist Student Union

Fellowship of Christian University Students

Fellowship of

Front row, I tor : Dave Thompson, Jan Thompson, Doug Couthern, Sandy Lewis, Dan Goodall; Second row : Chuck Elfrank, Bob Letton, Craig Barnes, Bill Nickoley, Ray Hinton; Third row : Bob Perrey, Tammy Rucker, Michelle Watz, Carla Schultz, Diana Persing, Kathy Noonan, Marie Duncan, Ric McLean; Back row; Roger Thomas, Ben Smith , Wanda Garner, John Roserberger, Dennis Kreigshauser, Carrol Holman, D1ck Sumner, Jeff McLaughlin, Kim Fowler, Mark Ballard.

Christian Athletes The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is an organization for students who are interested in athletics and living a Christian life. Activities during the year included meetings with guest speakers and also group discussions. Front row, I to r: Denny Gilliam, John Hummel , Joe Clapp, Bob Bay; Back row : Mick Gilliam, Jerry Arthur, Bob Stevens, Roger Thomas .

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Gamm a Delta Gamma Delta is a National Lutheran Stu dent group. We strive to provide for our members a positive program of Christian Fellowship and Service based on Christian knowledge . To this end we sponsor a variety of activities of religious, and service social , nature .

Row 1: Debra Berg, Charles Berg, Steve Stubbs (pres.), Ken Drake (vice -pres.), Ruth Drake (rec . sec.). Pastor Schmidt (pastoral advisor); Row 2 : Chuck A lsberg, Chuck Hillhouse (corr . sec.), Bob Schaefer, Alan Bauer, Bob Helmkamp, Brian Lenharth (treas.), Ross Livengood, Kim Kline, Glen n Johney.

Liahona

Row 1, 1 to r: Kurt Humphrey, Jon Brinkmann, John Middleton, Ellen Middleton, Jerry Troyer, Dave W etteroff; Row 2, I tor: Dennis Wood, Dave Thatcher, Mark Miles, Russell Brinkmann, Dave Tordoff, Vera Maiko.

Liahona Fellowship worldwid e a is organization , affiliated with the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, for college students and their friends . Its purpose is to provide opportunity for spiritual growth , community and service , recreational act1v1t1es for its members. held are Meetings weekly, including a study class on Sun days. Each semester, many worship, service, and recreationa I activities are planned.

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On floor, I to r : Don Hall , Cindy Harmon ; Sea ted, I to r : Lois Fradenburgh , Wanda Mowery, Dr . Cha rl es J ennett, Rev. Clayton Smith , Lou Holt, Pau l Brig gs; Standing, I tor: Amy Du eker, Marion Myers, Joe Tull , Pame la Clarke, Mrs . Bev Gentry, Pat Centner, Dave Dill ard, Anne High , Judge Hami lto n, Debbie Rabbitt, Steve Robbins, W . Sodnammoc.

Wesle y

First row : Reid Herzog , Pam Setser, Susan Ray, Steve Adams, Terry Coker, Bud Garne r; Second row : Andy Boys, Susan Williams, Teri Payne, Teresa Cypret , Bob Wildschuetz, Kerry Blistain , Vern Durham , Sally Thames, Chris Brennenstuhl, Mark Strange, Kim Col ema n; Third row : Roy Wingfield, Ru sty Brian , John Daugherty, Terry Smith , Ron King, Joe Putnam, Jeff M c laughlin , Da n Perkins, Ross Livengood, Ernie Vogel , Terry Bollinger, Bill Ernst, Dave Statler, Harold Mich el.

International Fellowship

Front row, seate d, I to r : Onder Kefoglu , Faizul Ramjohn; Second row .. I to r : M oha mm ad Ali Osh aghi, Wang Tzyy -Cheng, Rafail Medma , M .E. Fmdley, M . A. Huq , H.A. Ben -Hussein, Rida Y. Nu wayhid ; Third row, I to r : Mohamed Geban i, Faiz Gebril , Hassan M . Ben Sarka.

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Chinese Students Association

First row : Mrs. Ho Chung -You, Dr. Cheng Franklin Yin, Mrs. Guhse Edwin J ., Prof . Guhse Edwin J ., Dr. Yr Wie-W en, Mrs. Tang Min-Ming, Dr. Tang M in-Ming, M iss Patricia Lui, Mrs. Cheng Franklin Yin, Miss Deborah Cheng, Mr. Jeffrey Liu, Mr. George Cheng; Second row: Mr. Wang Tzyy-Cheng, Mr. Tang Shou-Min, Mr. James Ho, Miss Grace Kong, Mrs. J .Y. Liu, Mrs. Tany Boon-Kong , Mrs Vue Chick Pang, Dr. Yang Hong 1., Mrs. Wei C.S., Mr. Wei C.S.; Third row: Miss Wang Yeh -Fin, Mr. Ko Chia H., Mr. Chang Yu -Tai, Mr. Chen ShoChy, Dr. Vue Chick Pang, Dr. W ang Yar Ming, Mr. Huang Jong-Chin, Mr. W ang Michail K.; Fourth row: Mr. Yeh Tzu -Yong, Mr. Tang Boon-Kong, Mr. Chang Hsing-Yuan, Mr. John Ho, Mr. Chou Boy-Sh in, Mr. Steve Ho; Fifth row: Mr. Liu Hsiao-Lung, Mr. Chi Yu -M ing, Mrs. Chi Yu -Ming, Mr. Cheng Paul H., Mr. Yen Yung -Tand, Mr. Lee Win -Chung, Mr. Lee KuoChi, Mr. Wan Ezekiel H.

The purpose of the Students Chinese Association is to enha nce the traditional relation ship among the internationa l students and the Chinese students and between the Chinese students and the Chinese nationals and their descendants abroad . The group aids its members in taking care of affairs. their personal Special activities include receptions, picnics, and Chinese movies. They welcome all the international students who are interested in the Chinese culture to join the associa tion.

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Indian Student s Association

Turkish Students Association The Turkish Students Association of UMR tries to promote a close relationship and better understanding between the Turkish students and the American and all other International Students at UMR and the American people . Picnics, backgammon tournaments, slide and talk shows, exhibits, and participation in International Student events are among the activities of the association .

Front row: Ender Kefohlu, Onder Kifogle; Back row : A. Sezai Sarac. M . Nuri Birer. Hikmet Eris. Semahat Dengi, Tanju Gurkan. Turker Gurkan. Yildirim Amurtag (faculty advisor).

Crescen ts

Back row : Joy Davis. Chris M ayhan. Pat Pagano. Kris Bowser. Barb Sucic, Debbie Manning, Lou Ann Nichols. Diane Wilson . Judy Wilson. Carla Pietsch. Mary Higley; Middle row : Debbie Rabbitt, M ary Ann Carnahan. Gene M anning, Kim Foster. Liz Beckmeyer; Front row : Tracie Brown. Carol O'Rourke .

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The Crescents of Lambda Chi Aplha are an auxiliary organization to promote spirit within the fraternity house. For the first time the organization had an actively participating intramural team. Among their other projects were monthly dinners, a Halloween party for area children, and supporting the fraternity for intramurals and philanthropic projects.


Daughters of Diana This year the Beta Eta Chapter of the Daughters of Diana were very busy. A few of their activities this year were a Halloween Party, followed by two house dances and a Big Brother-Little Sister pool tournament. Moneymaking projects this year were a raffle in the fall and a Spaghetti Dinner in the spring. They also helped the house with their St. Pat's float and the TKE First Annual Mid-America Softball Tournament and participated in the Greek games. Row 1: Wi lm a Kirn , Steph an ie Touzinsky, Ell en Zerr , Mary M cDon a ld, J anice Touzinsky, Twyl a M org an; Row 2 : Debb ie Orric k, Rosa Herman .

Daughters of Lee

Front row, I tor: Keri Bauch, Leslie Simmons, Janice Whitney, Phyllis Lanza, Pam Hill, Carolyn Sharkus, Elizabeth Clark, Nicole Talbut; Second row : Patty Doyle, Karen Daily, Kathy Ruff, Cathy Dulin , Denise Green , Mrs. Mercier, Pat Cooke, Natal ie Ousley, Karen Skipper, Amy McCormick, Ruth Glover.

Little Sisters of PiKA The Little Sisters of Pi Kappa Alpha are an affiliate group of the social fraternity. They attend intramural sports and are welcome at all house functions. The men of PiKA agree that the Little Sisters help to create a more rea I istic socia I atmosphere. On Cudg e l: Patye Thomas , Jill Hansbrough, Sally Schwager; Second row : Kathy Veit, Sh erri Clark, Karen Worth , Jan Defend , Beth Hart; Third row : Le e Richardson, Jeanne Achelpohl , Chin Wang, Ch eryl Westphal, M itzi White; Fourth row : Ken Lueckenhoff (Little Sister Chairman).

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Alpha Chi Sigma

Top row, I tor : T. Messina , G. Fischer, M . Quinn, D. Barclay, B. Jackson, M . Robeson, S. Chilton, J . Fl ebbe, T. K. Mills, Dr. D. Beistel , G. Foutch, S. Meyer, T. Bradley, B. Peterson, G. Chappell, C. Cooper, T. Coffman , D. Ecoff; Second row : S. Calvin, N. Talbot, P. Blankenship, R. Schafermeyer, M . Miller, D. Anderson , B. Jansen , P. Doyle, S. McGinley, G. Loud; Third row: R. Herman , L. Webber, T. Burch field , J . Connell, K. Schuette, D. Powell , C. Hillhouse; Fourth row : S. Duncan, D. Million , D. Suiter, T. Ellison .

The objects of Alpha Chi Sigma are to bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship, to strive for the advancement of Chemistry both as a science and a profession, and to aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists throughout their mortal lives. The fraternity is composed of both chemical engineers and chemists and works toward these goals through fellowship and common projects, such as the freshman chemistry help sessions, Professor Snarf awards, and related activities.

Alpha Sigma

Mu

Back row : Dale Powers, Ray Prater, Larry Castor, Ken Burris, Mark Blaser, Dave Koehler; Front row : Yar - Ming Wang, Steve Burton, Lloyd Chapman, Louis Toth .

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Eta Kappa Nu

Front row : R. M cCloud, A. Erickson (pres.), C. Goeckeler (treas.), D. Leitterman (rec. sec.), D. Kutilek, G. Nekula; Second row: R. Smith, D. Underweed, G. Dolson, D. Durand, P. Q . Chot, J . Signori no, G. Best, A. Perks, J . Bowqu in; Thrrd row : L. Muellen, R. Murray, P. Abn ey, J . Roberts, J. Detry, R. Holmes, M . Westerda le, T. VanDoren; Fourth row : B. Randolph, D. Hughes, R. Hill, S. Polinsky, S. Bodenhamer, J . Smith, R. Schaefer.

Kappa Mu Epsilon The Missouri Zeta Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon National Mathematic s Honorary Society has always had as its main objective to further the knowledge of mathematic s of students on the UMR campus. Again this year, we have held help sessions for students in algebra, trigonometr y, calculus, and differential equations. Also, we have been fortunate to have several of the faculty in the UMR mathematic s department speak. These topics ranged from a polling to to applications mathematic al engine. Wankel the of mathematic al construction

Front row, seated. 1to r : Doug Wood, Ellen Cherry, Joe Tull, David Bishop; Second row, stand ing, I tor: Bill M cKee, Dr. James J oin er, Dr. Peter Sawtelle, Richard Alford, Tom Holley, Kim Coleman, Kerry W hisnant, Rebecca Dye, M ark Mue ller, Bi ll Acree, Larry Harris, Pam Thebea u, Bob DeWitt, Gene Yow, Bill Sallas.

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Scabbard

And Blade

Row 1: Terry Coker, James Hassinger, Jim Wood, Joey Sillyman , Dave Walker, Tony Babnik (pres.); Row 2 : Jim Abbott, Dave Setser (vice -pres .). Randy Latall, Joh n Ezzell (treas.), Gerry Wessel (sec.), 路 J erry Garland, Capt . Carl Youngblood (advisor).

B Company 16th regiment of Scabbard and Blade, the National Military Honor Society for outstanding BOTC cadets, upheld its high edeals again this year in its activities. The Annual Military Ball, our primary social event, was held on February 15, with Karen Daily crowned Queen by . Lt. Colonel Jerry Stroh, Professor of Aerospace Science.

Upsilon Pi Epsilon

Row 1: D. M cElhiney, T. Steele, J . Ott; Row 2 : C. Behrens, C. Erickson, M. White, D. Galli, D. Hall , P. Pal ette, E. Cherry, M . Mueller, J . Nischwitz; Row 3 : D. Francis, A. Hilleary, B. Lenharth, Joe Bu chek, R. Lenz, J . Cook, G. Arnett. G. Chappell, J . Vi ckroy, J . W egman , J . Folta , S. Ziegler, S. Lorenzen , W . Edstrom, Dr. Arlan Dekock.

Upsilon Pi Epsilon is an honorary society for those who have excelled in computer science. The ongoing activity for the organization is the planning of the annual computer programming contests . This year, we are hosting the first regional programming contest for this area, where 28 schools have the chance to compete against one another. The objective of the organization is to promote interest in computer science and to be able to share ideas that may help us as we graduate.

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Row 1, I tor: G. VanDusen, J . Garrett, E. Vogel, P. Schnoebelen, R. McClanahan, D. Bishop, D. Roper, K. Whisnant, P. Kinman; Row 2 : T. Micnhimer, N. Vogel, T. Cypret, T. Payne, S. Callahan, J . Brandmeyer, G. Lovell, S. German, G. M iloradavich, R. Livengood, B. Christians, G. Weidler; Row 3 : T. Kloze, S. Scott, R. Leeser, M . W in nett, R. Windhausen, S. Al len, K. Foster, D. Weeks, J. Lyle, D. Angeli, Dr. J . Carstens.

Phi Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma is the freshm an honor society on campus. It offers recognition to those freshmen who show scholastic promise. The activities of Phi Eta Sigma are, for the most part, social.

Row 1, 1 tor: M . Bunz, B. Stone, B. We lsh, C. W estfall, D. Scott, G. Maxwell, D. McCann, S. Janke, B. Evans; Row 2 : B. Ellerbrake, l. Ruyle, R. Stockhecher, R. Whittall, B. Rock, S. W atson, P. Nauert. C. Baumer, T. Gentry; Row 3 : B. Katam ura, V. Behr, G. Perrey, H. Lasw ell, B. Copeland, A. Cook, J . Hicks, R. Shoads, K. Fleck, J . A lthau ser.

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Keramos

Omega Chi Epsilon Omega Chi Epsilon promotes high scholarship, encourages original investigation in all branches of chemical engineering, and recognizes the valuable traits of character, integrity and leadership . The society renders service to the chemical engineering department and to the undergraduate and graduate chemical engineering students. Finally, it fosters meaningful faculty -student dialogue within the chemical engineering department . Front row, I to r : Larry Sch w ab, Dr. Bruc e Poling, Gary Loud, Chuck Hill house, George Reynolds; Second row, I to r : Lynn Klender. Gary Foutch , Tom Mills, Stuart Berg , Dave Barclay, Tony M essi na.

Sigma Gamma Tau The UMR chapter of Sigma Gamma Tau was established February 1974 to recognize and honor those individuals in the field of aeronautics who have through scholarship, integrity, and outstanding achieve ment been a credit to their profes sion . The society seeks to foster a high standard of ethics and professional practices and to create a spirit of loyalty and fellowship, particularly among students of Aerospace Engineering .

From left to rig ht : Gary Bl anke nship (pres. ), Mike Lackn er, Ken Hurley (v -pres. ). M arvin Doberenz, Mike Sallwasser, Jim Martin (sec. -tr eas. ). Leo Valla .

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Tau Beta Pi Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society founded to recognize those of outstanding scholarship and exemplary character in the field of engineering, was very active on campus this year. The society strives to promote ideals of scholarship and academic excellence and to recognize students who excel in these areas . Among the organization 's activities are work projects and the selection of an outstanding freshman.

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Back row, I tor : R. Winke lman n, D. Wi sc h, B. Fleishman, B. Scheer, S. LaFollett e, G. Schucardt, M . M cCarthy; M idd le row , sta nding : V. Boehme, B. Lurtz, M . Dolecki , L. Lutz, N. Frankenb ru g, D. A ll an, G. Carl son, B. M or ley, C. Hafn er, J . Hum mer! , B. Bo rn ; M idd le row , sitt ing: J . Brummett, M . M o ran, D. Dr iemeier, G. M eyr; Fro nt row : D. Lu cas, R. Craven, J . O 'Rei ll y, F. See ly, B. Hilton .

Theta Tau

Back row, I tor : M . Kirn , R. Dolan , D. W oodruff, M . J erom e, B. Wagner, R. M arkey, J . Val lar; Middle row, standing : J . Adrian, R. Rembo ld!, K. Ober dick, B. Warwick, G. M idkiff, D. W illiams, R. Pet ri, L. Shipers; M idd le row, sitting : B. Scott, J . Carter, S. Harman, R. Poertner; Front row: Hugh Kind, J . W atts, J . W ec hter, S. Dun lop, R. Fischer.

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Theta Tau, a national professional engineering fraternity, takes pride in the active support given by its brothers in working on the various campus and community projects. Among these are the publication of the Theta Tau calendar, the sale of Homecoming mums, selection of Freshman of the Year, and the "Ugly Man" campaign. For the second year, as part of the "Ugly Man" contest, Theta Tau sponsored Casino Night, with active support from students, faculty, and townspeople.


American Ceramic Society

American Foundrymen's Society

First row : Bob Fleischman (pres .), Dave Koehler (vpres.), Ron Simon (sec .-treas.); Back row : Les Nappier, Hugh Kind, Mike McCarthy, Tom Sontheimer, Rich Fleschner, Stan Frisbee.

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Front row, I tor: M . Doberenz, G. Blankenship, K. Kline, M . Sallwasser, D. Neuhart; Second row : L. Valla, G. Transmeier, W . Lounsberry, G. Johnery, J . Werner; Third row: J . Pool (v. chairman), J . Knock, D. Johnson, C. Grewing , J . Heaser; Fourth row: K. Hurley, Prof. R. Oetting, M . Fulks (chairman), J . Casstevens, Prof. B. Selberg (advisor); Fifth row: M. Lupo (sec.).

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Front row, I tor: D. Best, J . Briscuso, D. Eppestine, K. Greer; Second row : J . Schaefer (treas.), H. Harder, S. Conner, D. Mills .

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America n Institute of Chemica l Engineers

Row 1: D. Denner (pres.), L. Schwab (v . pres.), N. Talbot (tre as.). D. Barclay (sec.), Dr. H. H. Grice (advisor); Row 2: M . O'Connor, J . Brandmeyer, R. Stockh ecker , J . Flebbe, J. J ohaningmeye r; Row 3 : E. Webst e r ,-~ M . Byers , J . W ood, D. Kersting ; Fourth row : A. Hern andez. P. Blankenship, M . Levings, K. Sooter, L. W ehm eier; Fifth row : S. Goldammer, F. Dunn, K. Kinnevan , S. Rinne, G. Donn er, R. Reinoso, P. Centner.

The object of this organization is to foster the interests of students in Chemical Engineering, and to promote their welfare as prospective members of the profession; to acquaint the members with the research work done in the department; and to promote fellowship among the members.

Row 1 : B. Smith , G. Maxwell , T. Beresik, M . Quinn , G. Foutch ; Row 2 : M . Robeson , R. Boon, S. Lacy, T. Coffman, H. Birk; Row 3 : D. Mees, M. Hardesty, S. McGinley, L. Klender, S. Calvin; Row 4 : M. Wilhelm, G. Takmil, S. Nugent, P. Cahill ,-~路 Row 5 : M. Borgmeyer, B. Kuhlman , J . Kehinger , J . Erb, R. Jansen.

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Row 1, I t o r : G. Edd y, M. Pe rry, S. Goodin, J . M cGraw, E. Straa tm arin , D. Leitterman; Row 2 : L. Wolf, W . Gray, G. Copeland, M . Longbi ne, L. Lamm ert , M. Palmer, C. Alsberg , L. Owens, R. Mullin .

American Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Row 1, I to r : S. Linsenbardt, D. Reading, R. Mclea n, D. McCann , M . Penning, R. Schnell; Row 2 : D. Schuler, P. Panagos (v. chairman), S. Petrofsky, G . Dolson (chairman), S. Serniak, M . Vasel, B. Logan , D. Brandon, D. McMillan, M. W esterdal e, P. Ditty, R. Clark, R. Chapman.

The Society of Mining Engineers' main purpose is to introduce the students to all phases of mining to give them a well rounded background. This is done through field trips and speakers. The society's main activity is the outing given once a semester . It gives teachers, students, and engineers from industry a chance to talk and helps the students make contact with industry. Row 1, I tor : D. Thebeau, J. Cole, R. Rischer, E. Hilligoss; Row 2: D. Massoth , M . Stevens, S. W itthar, N. Sh elton, B. Boyl es; Row 3 : G. W ebber, L. M cNary, M . White, M . Whi te, C. Tunyong, M . Nontestru que, _ _, N. Eisa ; Row 4 : R. Kell er, E. Silva, J . Ferrer, L. McCauley, - -路 J . Sumoza ; Row 5 : J . Kracum , E. Banovic, J. Carter, D. Stacker, K. Burke, N. Ost erm an n, D. All en .

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Amer ican Instit ute of Petro leum Engineers

Back row, I to r : P. Yount, K. Springer, G. Roebke, J . Ch in, T. Spalding, R. Harris; Middle row: V. Montilia. G. Smith. D. Kennet, L. Brewer, D. Stra ng, J . Lyle. A . Simon, S. EIFeky; Front row: W . Caldwell, A . Taylor, L. Muchacho, C. Payken, F. Ramjohn.

The Society of Petroleum Engineers meets twice each month to listen to lectures from engineers working for the major oil companie s througho ut the U.S. Through these lectures the student engineers are kept up to date on new drill ling and productio n technique s being used in the oil industry today.

Back row, I to r: J . Cliffton, C. Van Hardy, R. Craig, - - - - D. Gleason. S. Gi lbert. L. Peck. R. Cramer; Middle row: B. Obika, W . Harper, L. Carrero, J . Gallagher. E. Lima . D. Godkin; Front row: P. Sansui, _ _ D. Hall, D. James, M . Schumaker.

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Ameri can Manag ement Association Engineering Managemen t Association is a group of students interested in the usual position of an engineer a few years after graduation- white collar managemen t. Speakers and field trips reveal engineers in administrati ve positions. The EMA's parties, meetings, and outings keep the Engineering Management Department closely knit. First row, I to r : Jim Johnson, Emil Reiser, Myron Grubaugh, Herb Herman, Kerry Welker, Ed Rush , Andy Gilliam; Second row: Patty Mayer, Jackie De Thorne, Steve Bivens, Mike Beuke, Mike Noelke, Dan Cole.

Ameri can Nucle ar Societ y

Ameri can Socie ty of Mecha nical Engineers The student section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers was organized at UMR in 1930. The organization endeavors to present an introduction to the professiona l mechanical engineering field by developing a closer and more effective realtionship among engineering practitioners, those who educate for the profession, and those who are being educated. Row 1 : Leroy Nadler, Tom Reel, Greg Overal ; Row 2 : Mike Roussin, Bob Crader, Alan Zachary; Row 3 : Barry Bookout, Bob Won ish, Don Speck; Row4: Harold Harder, Larry Oberg, Harold Walters, Jim Morgan, Charlie Smith, John Irvin , Gary LaBouff.

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Association for Computing Machinery

Row 1 : J . Cook, M . Mochel, H. Jasper, M. Knight, B. Schwamle , D. Thurman, T. Steele; Row 2: D. Schade, C. Schult, L. Hamrick (treas.), G. McBride (v-pres.), D. Gibbs (pres.), E. Cherry (sec.), G. Sullivan, P. Clarke, G. Chappell; Back rows : D. Lenz, P. Ditty, E. Lillie, J . Wegman, B. Irvine, W . Edson, B. Goldstein, S. Denton, R. Freeman , D. Francis, D. Hall , P. Hogan, R. Umphreys, M . Mueller, B. Lenharth, C. Erickson, T. Whiteside, S. Vrazalich , L. Gueval.

Association of Engineering Geologists Top row : J. Short, M . Fugate, W . W immer, J . Yow, K. M eyer, L. Woolsey, M. Warfel; Bottom row: C. McCartney, M . Adam, R. Potts, J . Creveling, M . King, D. Gleason, D. Prudic, J . Kaufman.

The UMR Student Chapter of the Association of Engineering Geologists has an informal, active membership of thirty students. We hold monthly meetings with professional engineers as regular speakers. Our activities include two field trips and two outings a year.

Top row : J . Lux, D. Borsener, F. Browning, B. Speck, B. Galbierz, R. Strunk, P. Fender; Bottom row : B. Kong Tan , D. Wehmeyer, G. Kuse, S. Howell, S. Adams.

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The Association for Computing Machinery is an organization for people with an interest in computers. One of our main goals is to bring these people together and increase their knowledge outside the classroom by presenting a wide variety of programs at meetings and sponsoring various other activities. Programs this year have ranged from demonstrations by two computer manufacturers to Herbert Grosch, the national ACM vice-president.


C.L. Dake Geological Society Row 1, I tor: J . Rohr, B. Talty (pres.), T. Vandeven , M . Reising, M . Strauser, D. Hoffman; Row 2 : S. Duncan. J . Shellnutt, B. Ballad, J . Donahue (sec.treas.). B. M ercer; Row 3 : S. Collins, L. Markunas, T. Collins, D. Butherus, L. Overmyer, C. Lane; Row 4 : M. Bockhorst, C. Tur ley, G. Willis, L. Nuelle.

Institute of Traffic Engineers From left to right : Richard Larkins, Marwan Saigian. Dr . James L. Josey, Bob Roll ings, Al i Selim, Robert Wessel. Bert Maddox.

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Front row : P. Cole , C. Deigal (pres.). D. Reader, G. Sammelmann; Middle row : D. Wood, K. McGinnis, J . Brinkman n, J . Hunt, B. Nelson; Back row : L. Perrymore (treas.), R. M ay, K. Whisnat (sec.), Dr . J. Schmitt (advisor), E. Redd, T. Holley.

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The Society of Physics Students encourages and develops the knowledge, competence, enthusiasm, and social responsibility of student physicists essential to the advancement of physics. The society also stimulates interest in research and develops friendship among physics students and faculty. In addition, the society gives recognition for the attainment of high scholarship and achievement in physics as well as to promote the popularization of physics in general.


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The Society of Women Engineers is an organizaprovides which tion fellowship and unity for Women in Engineering. The Rolla student section of SWE holds monthly meetings with programs varying from panel discussions on summer jobs to lectures on recruitment of women into engineering, women's legal rights and the transition from college to work.

Row 1, I t o r : B. Talty (v. cha ir man), D. J ames (chairm an ), K. Behr (corr. sec.), P. Oliver (sec.-treas. ); Row 2 : N. Edmonds, A. Crouch, L. Markunas, T. M organ, D. Gibbs; Row 3 : Mrs. Grimm (co unselor), J . Roberts, M . Trnka , L. Bray (rec. sec.); Row 4 : S. Wi lkerson , R. Herrnen, M . M cDo na ld, P. Ca hill; Row 5 : Dr . Plummer (advisor), P. Polette, C. D ulin, S. Braaf, E. Cherry.

W.T. Shrenk Chemical Society The W. T . Schrenk Chem ical Society is a student affiliate of the American The Society. Chemical primary goals of the organiza tion are to acqu ai nt people interested in chemistry w ith professional opportunities for chemists in education, industry, and government service, and also to inform interested people of t he recent advances in the science. Front row , sitting, 1 tor: C. Cape, P. No land, D. Pow ell, L. W ebber (sec. -t reas.); Back row, st anding: Dr. W . P. Tappmeyer (advisor), R. J oh nson, J . Fenton, B. Acree (pres.), G. Fisch er, G. Chappell (v-pres.), J . Hansen.

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Sports Men's Varsity Baseba II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Basketball .............182 Cross-Country..........190 Football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Golf ............... .. 191 Swimming ............ 196 Tennis ............... 203 Track. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Wrestling. . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Women's Varsity Basketball ............ 209 Volleyball ............. 206 Men's Intra murals ...... 212 Women's lntramurals .... 224

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I.C.C. The Inter Co-op Council was founded in 1960 at the University of Missouri at Rolla with the purpose of promoting cooperation and mutual interest between the eating clubs and their members on this campus. As the coordinating organization for the three eating clubs on campus, the Inter Co-op Council represents nearly 500 students. ICC continually strives to make its member clubs more than just a "place to eat" . This year as in the past, ICC was a major force in the preparation and operation of Independen ts Weekend. Combining efforts with GDI and IWC, ICC helped greatly to again make this weekend a truly fine weekend for the independen ts . ICC also sponsored and helped with the many dances held by the eating clubs on the other party weekends throughout the year.

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Front Row (From Left to Right) : 1. Gerald Meyr - Campus Club (President) 2. Harold Harder - Campus Club 3 . Dave Welge - Engine Club 4 . Dan Klenke - Tech Club (President) 5. Jon Pais - Tech Club

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From Left to Right : Front Row; Leo Scherer. John Weinel , Mike Perry, Roy Bachman , Debbie Kersting, Jim Niemeyer. Gary Hoehne, Mike Oclon . Second Row; Jim , " Master" Paul Dit-y, Darrel Buffington, Dave Welge, Pope Eppestine Ill, John Creveling, " Hobbit". Mike Tindill , Don Schrutchfield, Jim Fleming, Gary Chapman , Pat Shell, Lee Wehmeier. Mike Mertens, Mike Warfel , Ellis Sisk, Rich Siebenman , Mike Consoli no, Mark. Back Row; Erland "The Thing", Jim Clifford, Joe LaGreek, Ray " The Fish" .

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From Left to Right : Terry Panhorst - Governor H-8 Jeff Fenton - Governor H-6 Steve Bodenhamer - Governor H-7 Trent Parkhill - Governor H-3 John Mangroff - Governor H-4 Tom Rechtien - MRHA Secretary Steven Tillman - MRHA Preside nt Mike Mullen - MRHA V. President John Westermayer - MRHA Treas. Mr. Joe Ward - MRHA Advisor Eric Adams - Governor H-B Fred Storck - Governor H-D George Reynolds - Governor H-C Ron Guthermuth - Governor H- 5 Glenn Wiedler - Governor H-A

1974-75 was a year of successfu l innovatio ns by the Board of Governor s in making life more eventful for the MRHA. Many of the ideas and much of the energy emerged from President Steve Tillman . VicePresident Mike Mullens, Secretary Tom Rechtien, and Treasurer John Westerma yer formed the remainde r of the unified and totally dedicated executive board . Mr. Joe Ward served as Advisor for the MRHA for the sixth year. The Year was opened with a watermel on gettogether in the dorm quad. The quad was also the scene of several movie spectacul ars complete with free refreshme nts . Open to all MRHA and WRHA members ; it was probably the most successfu l and enjoyable innovatio n of the year . Truly a year of impact upon dorm life and all attributab le to a fine group of officers, governors , committe e chairman and reps, making up the MRHA Board of Governor s.

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From Left to Right: Front Row; Stan Scott, Bill Wilkerson, Doug Taylor, Glenn Weidler, Dan Roper, M ark Courtney, Dan Keaster. Second Row; Dave Bishop, Roger Th ompson, M ark M oore, Gary Nekula, J efferson Harrell, Craig Barnes, Ray Hinton, Mike Smith . Third Row; Dave Tordoff, Bob Saussele, J acques Bellassai, Bi ll Hoehn, Dave Carver. Flag Pole; Bob Fricke, Dean Anderson.

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House A This year House "A" 's supreme endeavor is to reach our goal of a 3.50 house GPA. Along with this comes great responsibility which every member must share. We require constant study every third day there must be no night go by without someone pulling an 'all nighter' (especially on Friday or Saturday nights) . Along with this hectic pressure comes the need for relaxation. This consists of football, volleyball, basketball, watching Star Trek, giving blood (one way or another), and all night monopoly games. The upperclassmen have tried to impress upon the freshmen the necessity and applications of sound formulas in everyday life at UMR, such as the rules of St. Pat's.

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From Left to Right : Front Row; Ken Burris, Harrell Duff, Greg Chamberlain, Eric Adams, Mark Tesar, Jeff Pose, John Melcher, Ken Brown, Steve German. Middle Row; Ray Jauregui -Arias. R. Turtle .Lilleston, Mike Mullen , Perry Plummer. Lonnie Heldenbrand, Fred Durrenberger, Richard Melcher, Chip Fielder. Greg Lov ell, Paul Wood, Tab Schmidt, Kevin Finder, Mike Brake, Tim Gentry, Kieth Davi s. Back Row; Joe Yeager, Rick Mclean, Carl Goeckeler, Ted Kelly, Wilfred Harper, Ron McClanahan, Gary Wilcox, Steve Lay, Jeff Lux, Mark Ballard .

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House C . In the fine tradition of House 'C' as being highly public spirited, we helped our advisor, Dr. Sparlin, replace the dilapidated seats in the old Rolla High School. We pride ourselves in helping people. For the past five years, we have collected the most money for the Ugly Man Campaign. Rain or shine, you could find us on the street corners in Rolla. This year was no exception. We already are off to a real good start. With the school year half over, we stand second in interdorm sports competition, but are looking for our usual strong finish. We also furnish athletes for the many M .R.H .A. intramural sports.

From Left to Right: Sitting or Kneeling; Terry Ward Brad Lightle Dan McElhiney Terry Bollinger Mike Dent Doug Austin Tom McGowan Jesse Yow Jr. Dave Rice James Eye Dave Aumick Standing; Ken Rice Alan Lord B路lake Willoughby Steve Mueller Bill Hoff 路 Glen Miller George Reynolds ' Don Walther Joe Mayah Bevan Collins Da le Miller Dave Brandon Alan Kintz Richard Freeman John Scarborough Dave Hoppe Jim Colliton Steve Thi edke Mike Stilz Art Stevenson W arren Hertfe lder Bill Irvine Russel Reynolds Jim Van Houten Tony Torelli Charle Jarrett Larry Van Ho ute n Mike Filla Steve Vanci l Gary Aronberg Rod Kirkpatrick

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From Left to Right : First Row Sitting; Rodney Sampson , Marcus de Silva , Louann Ruyle, Rodn ey Leac h, Ivan Engeman , Don M ann . Second Row Sitting ; Paul Bu schmeye r. J ack Pippenger, Greg Salomon, Fred Storck, Dutch Henry, Mike " Cat M an" M ahn . Third Row Sitting; Richard Etem , Steve Haupt, Ri chard Ko ell er, Mike Ludwig , Richard Shanks, Dave Wilkins . Fourth Row; Arthur Wilkins. Gary Rapp, Randy Forchee, Steve Vannatta, Mike Helms, Dennis " Newt" Appel. Standing; Allen Benson, Pat " Bull its" M cCann, Greg Hicks, Lloyd Ferrell, Craig Cl ark , Don Schilling , William Talley, Harry Tilford, John Colli er.

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From high atop Kelly Hall, the windows of HouseD command an aweinspiring view of the dormitory complex. The penthous e affords the resident sweeping vistas; the Quad Christma s lighting, the MRHA float, construct ion, and the lens of the projector during Social Committe e movies. In a more serious vein, House D has compiled an impressiv e academic as well as athletic record - first in interdorm athletics and second in MRHA grade point averages. When they aren't studying or working out, the men of House D settle down to their favorite activity - sitting in the hallway waiting for an Exit light, or in season, watching the Christma s tree lights blink. Rolla at times, can become just a tiny bit boring .

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From Left to Right : Front Row; Cynthia Williams, Kathy Miles, Mona Day, Darlis Burris, Rita Kompa, Peggy Cahill , Jennifer Drake, Debbi Gower . Second Row; Sharon Ragsdale, Tami Christopher, Darlene Schafer, Carolyn Clay, Mary Brisbee , Mary Ann Mueller. Third Row; Karen Daily, Lynn Klender, Janice Whitney, Susan Raye, Teri Payne, Pat Voudrie, Teresa Cypret, Wilma Kirn , Elaine Christian . Back Row: Phyllis Lanza , Sally Schwager, Brenda Ellerbrake, Susan Wilkerson, Linda Vanderwal, Lovann Ruyle, Diane Gibbs, Anne Fotenot.


From Left to Right: Front Row; Patricia Hogan, Michelle Watz, Susan Ca llahan, J acquelyn Dethorne, Joyce Willman, Lana Bray, Kathy Ruff, Karen James, Mary Shirek, Pat Thomas, Karen Worth, Sue Vetter, Ann Giesler. M iddle Row; Ca rl a Zolman, Kathy Noonan, Kathy Hand, Anne Fotenot, Ginny Probst , Suzanne Duncan , M ari a Dunca n, Rita Stockhecker, Pat Scholl, Jo Ellen Brandmeyer, Cheryl Westphal, M ary Schumacher. Back Row; Carol Foster, Leticia Gonzalez, Torie VanDeren , Terri Noelker.

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The Women's Residence Hall Association had an interesting and enjoyable Year in 1975 .. . .. .

. . . . . .The girls participated greatly in all campus activiti es especia lly in the intramural program where they finished second in the women's program ..... .

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In De sce nd ing Or de r fro m Le ft to Rig ht: Dave As kre n Gu y Re nsh aw Co lin Nie mie c Jo hn Nic ho ls De an Ell iot t Ma rk Bo rdi ng Be rni e Fo rck Mo ss Pre wit t Te rri Co ffm an Ro ber t Tie he s Roger Le Ma ste r Mik e Ag uil ar Mik e Ha yne s Ste ven Til lm an Sk ip Ga rne r Je ff Wi llia ms Wa lt Ed str om Tre nt Pa rkh ill Jos e Dri ske ll Ste ve Bro ss Ben Sm ith Dave Ku tlle k Ron No rth rup Jo n Ma nn ing Ric har d Eu ge ne Au er Paul Ba ker Jo hn We ste rm aye r Je ff Ste ven son To ny Es teb an Randy Sc hm idt Mik e Sc ha efe r Dic k Su mm er Ha rle y Mo rte ns en Jim Hir sch ma n Be n Hu mp hri es Jim Sc ha efe r Jo hn Mu eh lfa rth Bo b Bass Pat Fa rra r


House 3, whether you catch them in a dilly mood or a truckin' mood, remains one of the most active houses in the MRHA. Steve Tillman, MRHA President, is the 5th president of the last 6 to hail from House 3. Governor Trent Parkhill has motivated the house to the painstaking task of creating a 1000 pound cudgel from a 40 foot high oak tree. Other officers are Jim Schaefer, Matt Willie, and Mark Barding . MRHA Treasurer, John Westermay er and Miner football star, Mike Keeler are House 3 members. Killer Keeler is the House 3 RA and a top notch RA at that. Ground Floor : with the touch of army ROTC, they use their muscle when House 3 repels 1OOfoot cliffs. First Floor : home of Gamma Pi (Brothers of the Eta Rho Alpha) boasts of self-organiz ed hall sports, polls, and government . Second Floor: where music, rugby, the Miner football star, and the prez abounds. Th ird Floor : the craziest and most energetic floor in the dorms; featuring a scenic lookout with binocular rentals . These four floors combine their individual characters into a moving house and a great place to live.

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AH, House 4, what can you say about a place where the Existential Transmiration of human orifical bedoseness can smell so sweet. Yes, My friends, that and more is House 4, a place where social development goes hand in hand with scholarly education. In fact, some people socially develop right up to class time which makes strange class discussion. We play hard and work as little as possible. Yet our grades are good, yes, we are scholars of life. And we do not neglect the physical aspects of our mortal coils. We took all 5 events at the MRHA outing. Something none should overlook. Our consumption of brew is legendary, and the frequency of it is astounding to all who know us. Yes, this is 4, home ofthe smart, the free, the brave, and the drunk and dead dogs too.

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From Left to Right : First Row Sitting; Mike Bryan, Man on the Street, Pink - II, Roly- Poly, Bruce the Puce, Bad . Second Row Sitting; Igor, Dave Johnston, Jeff Kossina, Carl the Pusher, Cockelanus, Freshman, Warren . Third Row Standing; D.W .I. Mole, Evan Evanovich, Salad Bowl, Rafael Medina, Dilto, Ken Ganino, LLO, John -Boy, Karl Johnson, Dale, Doug Fuchs, Turk, Senior Jeff Citian, Burned Out, Casper, Greg Allman , Space Boy Zoom , Dick von Licht, Bumbles Blimp . Fourth Row Standing; Rubber Chuckie, Bad, ?????, Nutty Buddy, Sara , Sisko, Pflash , Heimie in Exile, Rechtum, AI K Hall Green, Slobbig, Ziggy, Fried, Rusty, Which Eye, Pumpkin Face, Joe Nads, J.J .

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This year has been one of a new look for House Five . With the vast majority of the members being either freshmen or transfer students, we introduced a whole new image . To start off with, House 5 came up with its highest standings ever in Football, Cross Country, and Basketball, and to accompany this, we also had the highest grade point average on campus for the fall, a 3.11. We are looking forward to more of the same for the 1975-76 school year.

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The 1974-75 school year brought many new faces and changes to House 6. The entire house government changed hands and the new year brought many freshmen and transfer students. One outing was held in the fall with two more planned for spring. The house received a facelifting with the installation of new doors, carpet for the lounges, new furniture, and a copy machine. The prospect is for these improvements to continue with clocks, paintings, and plants to be added later in the year. It's been a pretty good year for House 6, RHA, and the future we of House 69 hope they can continue to improve.

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House7 The men of House Seven of the MRHA have thoroughly enjoyed the 74-75 year at UMR. Some of the activities that the members of House Seven participated in include : intramural and interdorm athletics, Theta Tau's Ugly Man, St. Pat's, Independent's Weekend, and Warious MRHA activities . The highlight of the year for House Seven was the design and purchase of house shirts.

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From Left to Right: Row 1; Curt Ingram, Allen Camp, Gary Mueller, Steve Bodenhamer, Larry Maxwell, HenryPedrique,Reyer Reinoso, Rich Massey, Mike Dorlac. Row 2; Barry Sink, Ron Krusie, J1m Maciejewski, J ohn M artin , Carl Sifferman, Harold Deckerd, Russel Leach, Matt Snook, Johnny Moore . Row 3 ; Robert Shumate, Keven Bodenhamer, George Cornwell, Rich Fields, Paul Nauert, Mitchell Levings, Jeff Hunter, Micheal Gregory, David M ees, Dave Bertagnolli. Row 4; Gary Becka, Bob Chapman, Richard M cGee, Mark Petry , Ken Goedeker, Grant Hamlet, Bill Million , Joe O 'Biow, Dave Scharf, Jim Pu ckett, Pat Gower, Greg Baker.


HouseS Listed : Tony Messina , Jerry Dreisewerd, Mike Knight, Kevin Miller, Dana Best, Terry Scheihing, Mark Rudy, Dan Virtue, Mark Westerdale, Mike Quagliata, Bill Sallas, Tom McCoy, Scott Chitcote, Kelly McGinnis, Paul Kaveler, Rick Rice, Jack Posey, Carey Meyer, Kevin Hoey, Gary Transmeier, Bill Heifner, Bruce Schuld, Jeff Kelly, Doug Hord, Jim Puckett, Dave Mabe, Jim Bryant, Rick Vogel , Steve Pryor, Randy Gray, John Maguire, Rex Durington, Alan Chitwood, Keith Schuette, Carl Vineyard, Mike Hardesty, Steve Nelson, Greg Easson, Terry Panhorst, Dave Pense, Kurt Rieke, Dave Harnage!.


House 8 continues it's one -year tradition of unusual and varied activities. Among the printable ones, the MRHA outing was the beginn ing. House 7 was dragged through the mud of Lion's Park Pond in 8's triumph of the Holtmantug-a-war.House 8 entry to the six-pack chug came out also on top. The high point of the fall sports was the second-place standing captured in interdorm football, a feat unsurpassed in recent house 8 history. The victory celebration was wildly appropriate.

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I.F.C. Acacia Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Phi Alpha Beta Sigma Psi Delta Sigma Phi Delta Tau Delta Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Kappa Theta

Dave Hardin Bob Gold Eric Trice Vern Boehme (Treas) Jack Gevecker Bob Jones Cliff Mahar Nei l Frankenberg Brad Scott (V.P.) Joe Adrian (Secy)

Steve Croy Dave Thompson Fred Marshall Cra ig Hafner Dick Heilwege Jeff Wassilak Stu Dunlop Steve Petty Rick Petri Rusty Crane

Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi ;Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Pi Sigma Tau Gamma Tau Kappa Epsilon Th eta Xi Triangle Advisor

Bob Flashman Keith Hoemann Dave Schepers Harry Chappe l Dennis Gilliam Bob Becherer (Pres) Scott Chapentier Tom Calzone Mike Kinse lla Dr. Herb Alcorn

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Back Row Standing : Denise Lovasco - Kappa Delta Faye Schubert - Zeta Tau Alpha! Front Row Sitting: Winnette Mason - Kappa Delta Patti Kackley - Zeta Tau Alpha Jill Hansbrough - Kappa Delta Lynn Waggoner (Advisor)

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Acacia's motto is " Human Service " and to live up to that motto we, as a member of GAD, Gamma Alpha Delta, undertake service projects to better the communities in which we may reside .

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Alpha Epsilon Pi From Left to Right: Front Row; Steve Polinsky, Bob Gold, Gary Beitch, Jerry W illick, Mike Knight. Joe Briscuso, Barry Krasner, Fred Rice, Darrel Tucker, Barry Goldstein, Schultz. Second Row; Marc Portnoff, Jerry Gusdorf, Harvey Kessler, Dana Best, Rob Stamer, Gayle June, Larry Maxwell, Brad Lightle. Top; Mike Henderson, Eric Hirsch, Dave Thompson, Pete Goldberg.


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Beta Sigma Psi From Left to Right : Back Row Standing ; Ray Ehrhard, Ray Winkelmann, Vern Boehme, Art Giesler, Bill Ehrhard , Bill Miele, Dennis Anderson, Jim Weinhold, Steve Jackson , Craig Hafner, Jim Ott, Mike Krueger, Paul Hoemann, Ed Schmidt, Roger Zimmermann , Guy Freese, Stanley LaFollette, Robert Johnson, Mark Trent, Dave Kuhn , Dave Driemeier, Randy Lewis, Mark Drewes, Mark Schaedel, Mark Am en . Front Row Sitting ; Paul Marting, John Heidbreder, Jon Trusik, Brian Fiehler, Dennis Kinchen , Mark Roenfeldt, Steve Rinne, Steve Goldhammer, Brad Kasten , Glen Ziolko, Dave lhms, Rusty Goldhammer, Tim Schmidt. Front Row Laying -; Jim Sutton , Tom Uhlmansiek, Steve Liescheidt.


Listed : Randy Oleson, Bob Vicek, Joe Hopkins, Mike Lackner, Joe Offut, Jack Gevecker, Fred Grafton, Frosty, Bruce Baker, Don Cline, Phil Kaplan, Mark Marikos, Cliff Baumer, Rick Welsh, AI Brittle, Phil Hensley, Darrell Robinson, Mark Lekar, Mark Smith, Roy DeRousse, Dave Brauch, Rick Yelton, Art Hyde, Dave Prouty, Gary Cline , Roger Senft, Greg Stuebe, Bob Park, Dave Ruprecht, Mark Wilson .

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Delta Sigma Phi enjoyed another year of the daily grind here at Rolla . At the start of the semester, Phil Kaplan took the Intramural tennis singles championship. Later that semester, the house sponsored the First Annual UMR Arm Wrestling Contest, proceeds going to the Ugly Man Fund. During the semester the house made several trips to St. Louis to repair and refurbish day care centers in the area for Gamma Alpha Delta projects. In the Spring semester the house established a Little Sisters Chapter, initiating a dozen lovely lad ies as Chapter members . And the year closed up with the Delta Sig bowlers, led by Darrell Robinson and Roger Senft, overpowering their opponents to take first place for the semester and the year in the IFC Bowling League.

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This year Delta Tau Delta participated in the annuaiiFC Fall Clean-up, held our own third annual Christmas canned goods drive for the needy families in this area, and participated with a non-float entry in the St. Pat's Parade, collecting over $300 in the process for Shamrocks against Dystrophy. Next year we hope to do even better.

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From Left to Right : Front Row; Hillis Pratt, Terry Presley, John Branum , Joe Melton , Zeke, Ed Haberstroh , JeffWassilak, Gary Underwood . Middle Row; Mark Bunz, Mike Hauser, Tom Smith , Bill Van Veghten , Bob Jones, Ed Doss, Craig Thomson, Denny Carlton . Back Row; Dave Hall , Ray Hoppe, Paul Marion , Bill Morley, Duke Klein, David Lyon , Kevin Farley, Kelly McGrath, John Morrissey, Randy Rick, Dave Heile .

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Kappa Alpha retained its wrestling dynasty this year by capturing its 8th crown in 8 years. Along with wrestling, K.A. also won swimming and tennis and finished strong in golf, horseshoes , bowling, ping-pong, softba ll, and football. But intramurals isn't all that happened this year. Academics placed K.A. in the upper half of all the greeks. Also the Beta Alpha chapter's Cliff Mahar was the I.F.C. president and Greek God. K.A.'s also helped re -open the Rolla-U-Cen ter and participated in two Gamma Alpha Delta work projects as well as the Cancer Crusade. Overall its been a very good year for K.A.

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Installed in October of 1972, Kappa Delta has been on the UMR campus only two and a half years. This is our second year as a living unit in the house at 1301 Elm . Though our numbers are small, we took active part in a variety of campus activities. We participated in almost every intramural sport, particularly the team sports, with enthusiastic support. Our pledges designed and built our Homecoming display, " The Computer That Wore Tennis Shoes. " We served as hostesses ..... .

. . . . .for University Day and held an open house for Parents Day. After much practice, our chorus won first place in the IFC sing for "Let There Be Peace on Earth ." We finished the semester with our annual caroling party to other Greek houses and the Foster Children's Family Unity Day, sponsored jointly with Wesley Foundation . The spring semester brought a visit from a national officer, a dinner at the home of our faculty advisor, and of course our Spring Formal.

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Kappa Delta From Left to Right: Front Row Kneeling; Pam Hill, Lisa Gentry, Denise Lovasco, Jeanne Achelpohl, Dev Laun . Middle Row; Cheryll DePriest, Cathy Dulin, Cathy Scholl, Sharon Brady, Sally Schwager, Sharon Taylor, Mitzi Wh ite. Back Row; Kathy Veit, Sherry McDonald, Winnette Mason, Paula Marcellus, Jill Hansbrough, Sherri Clark.


Kappa Sigma From Left to Right: Sitting; Ted Bester, Bob Simpson, Mark Gredel I, Matt Curran, Bob Arasmith , Bruce Bowermaster, Mark Suellentrop, Jim Zaloudek, Steve Svateck, Mike Clark, Dave Ausmus, Russ Brazael, Steve Ernst, Don Brown, Mike Rapisarda, Ron Acker, Bruce Dunlevy, Bill Kroeger. Second Row Standing; Dan Boersner, Stan Shilling, Scott Hayes, Jack Halloran, Rob Baker, Jay Jost, Steve Bla ir, Jim Pelger, Mark Drumm, Charlie Tower, Jeff Feaster, J im Griese, Craig Payken. Third Row Standing; Rick Krieger, Pat Owen, Steve Petty, Bill Meister, Mike Fugate, Kent Springer, Mike Meyer, Paul Vetter, Doug Ga le, Larry Buchtann, Dennis Wehmeyer, Dwight Gookin, Gary Hudiburgh, Bob Haul, Randy Young, AI Callier, Bill Franz, Jack Costello, Andy Simon, Fred Grass, Rick Mazur, Neil Frankenburg, Mike Griffin, Bill Wagener, Dennis Springer, Tom Hankins, Dale Walling, Gary Abernathy, Jim DeVous, John Kaufmann, Bill Quinn, Debbie Ludwig, Darrel Ludwig, Gary Leemann.

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From Left to Right : Front Row; Freddy, Bill Rosenbaum, Dave Muckerman, Steve Sowden. Rusty Crane, Chuck Anderson , Ed Kobylinski , Lou Greco, Paul Andrew, Tom Roth, Bruce Schaller, Mark Williams. Joe Ebert. Middle Row; John O' Reilly, John W eg man , B . F. Hummert, Ross Shelledy, Mike McKean, Dan Bine, Jim Godar. Ed Burford, Brian Kavanaugh , Jim Kettinger, Daddy Gallagher, Larry M ertz, Steve Warger. Bob Kertis. Dennis Rackers. Bill Uding . Back Row; Ken Ortmann. Bob Dallas. Wrong Way Ruedi, Tim O'Neill, Bob Born, HB Frisch , Paul Koeper, Price Hatcher, Dave Brockman , Greg Haug, Gary Maasen. Ed Banovic, John Vallar, Ron " Chink" Craven. Rich Dolan, Joe Adrian. C . P. H. Scheer, Jay Petrechko, Mark Alvey, Mike Searey, Joe Becker. Rich Hample, Dale Brzuchaiski , Mark Stochl, Paul Hurd .

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Pi Kappa Alpha Listed : Hugh Kind, Bill Luekenhoff, Tom Domagalski, Tim Scanlon, Bob Fl eischman. Ton Si mon, Gary Schuchardt, Dave Allan, Tom Sontheimer, Tom Williams, Bill Schlittbe, Scott Boyd, Rex Cramer, Mark Dolecki, Rich Fleschner, M ike McCarthy, Bob Schnell , Tom Fennessey, M ike Muel ler, Dave Kisher, M ike Party, Russ Dabmer, Bob Welsh, Ron Reed, Mark Mi ller, Kevin White, Lenny Lutz, Bob Rundl e, Steve Boy, Dan Scott, J eff Welzbacher, Randy Word, J im Junge, Ted Greenwald, Charles Sidebottom, Dave Leigers, Eric Elrod, Bob Boy, Ken Lu eke nhoff, Craig Ortwerth, Don W ernert, Mark Post, Jim Forch, Stan Frisbee, Mike Luekenhoff, Dave Wisch, AI Kuliniewicz, Bruce Eason, Mark Smith. M ike Simoc, Pete Colombotto, Ethan Chamberlain, Dave McCann, Larry Wolf, Gary Goelhoffer, Steve Koch .


From Left to Right: Front Row; Holly and Howard Stever. Second Row; Dave Strelow, Walter Roth, Don Bingaman, Rich Mullin, Randy Picolet, Dave Leutzinger, Dave M elton, Charlie Daniels, Steve Hale, Keith Hoemann. Third Row; Bill Earnst, Ron Martin, Greg Hale, Darryl Muck, Ron Spalding.

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Officers for the Fall Semester are Ron Martin as Archon, Don Bingaman as Treasurer , Dave Leutzi nger as Secretary, Randy Picolet as Warden, Walter Rothe as Historian, and Howard Stever as Chaplain. For the Second time in 3 years our associate members were honored with the IFC Pledge Class Scholarship Award . This Spring the house sponsored a survey to discover what Freshmen know about CLEP tests and to see how they feel about such subjects as Star Trek and the shillelagh tradition.

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SigmaNu Listed: J . Heaser, V. Peter, M. Fennewald, R. Peva, L. Molina, M . Jacobs, M . Manklen, D. Gerber, A. Davison, H. Burford, J . Greenley, P. Richardson, B. Parri sh, D. Parrish, J . Kracum, D. Richardson, R. Durbin, F. Haunschild, C. Korkoia n, S. Lewis, B. Rouzinsky, S. Massoth, J . Lyle, D. Schepers, N. Barrack, P. Osta powicz, R. Costello, J. Grelle, Hell if I know, D. Angeli , S. Conner, B. Warner, D. Whitaker, J . Auman , J . Boverie, J . DeGood, J . Upchurch , W . Lovell, L. Padfi eld, R. Armstrong , M . Ryan, E. Lueckenhoff, J . Cappa, B. Scott, D. Lammert, P. Yount, E. Gold, R. Th rasher, L. Fain .


The brothers of Sigma Nu had a good year. They started by getting a pledge class of 30 men and retiring the IFC scholarship trophy. They came in in the top 5 in intramurals by winning several small sports and taking intramural softball. They stayed active in campus events, presenting "Mammy" at the IFC Sing and building a float for the St. Pat's Parade named "Beanie and Cecil".

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From Left to Right : Sitting; Peg is, Tom Zgragge n, Ed Winnie, Bill Sample, Forrest Dunn, Ga ry Fannin, Kurt Kinnevan, Dan Va nce, Bob Burton, Don Renner, Myron Grubaugh , Randy Goye r, Bill Kolze, Dwight Tidqu ist, Kirk Hayden, Frank Moore, M ark Berger . Standing; John Barker, Bill Cissel, Mike Schmidt, Greg Wilson, Ed Englehart, Steve Gripka, Steve Petzel, Mike Finnigan, Jim Bextermueller, Greg Ohmer, Bruce Gansner, Dve Denner, John O ' Hara, Randy Sh erer, Dave Snider, Ra lph Rojas, Bob W essel, Bob Brandt, Greg Siegreist, Ron Entwistle, John M art ing, Karl Schenke, Ron Atkins, Larry Shoema ker, Berni e Brekrus, J im Kauten, Ri ck Foster, Gerry Thomure, Ken Grelle, Bob Schoonover, Tom Underhi ll, Craig Li ebe l. Third Row Standing; Roger Kinsborough , Steve Perko, Jim M erciel, Mike Beuke, Harry Chappel. Fourth Row; Gary Heimbaugh, Greg Sullivan, Mike Noe lke, Don Thurmond, Jim Scott, Gerry W essel, Andy Cox, Tom Sine.

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The fraters of the Tau Kappa Epsilon took great strides in improving the chapter during the 1974-75 school year. The most notable item was the destruction of the old house. The old house had served as a recreation area and a living quarter since TKE's beginnings in Rolla in 1947. As far back as 1905, KA had lived in the house. A great deal of tradition was tied up in the old house. To remember some of this tradition, the entire chapter participated in a project to build a patio from the bricks of the old house . Teke also made a very respectable showing in campus activities during the year . Teke won the intramural championship. A first place finish in volleyball coupled with high showings in football, basketball, soccer, crosscountry, and wrestling placed TKE well ahead of the pack. In addition to athletics, Teke's also demonstrated their artistic talent as they finished second in the homecoming display competition and third in the St. Pat 's float contest. Tekes also are looking forward to defending their Greek Week crown. With the construction of a new house, Tau Kappa Epsilon will continue to be one of the campus leaders.

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Counter Clockwise Starting at Top : Keith Bockelman , Bill Nichols, Jim Parks, Keith Barton, Dave Bonney, Roger Goodlet, Bob Durbin, Vic Ratkosski , Gary Campbell, Mike Johnson, Jeff Porter, Dave Noelken, Gary Harland, Mark Sebree, Gary Sh ell en burg er, Greg Melton . Middle : Dewayne Roberts, Bruce Stuart, H .T . Laswell, Mike Bell.

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Triangle Fraternity, a brotherhood of engineers, architects, and scientists, is proud of its achievements this past year. Its membership is expanding and growing and will be accommodated an annex next door. We participated in two Gamma Alpha Delta sponsored work projects to assist the needy in the St. Louis area. Being a combination social and professional organization, we participated in judging the Science and Engineering Fair here and presented a plaque . With these few highlights in mind, Triangle is looking forward to even better years to come .

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Zeta Tau Alpha is an international fraternity for women. Although installed on this campus only two years ago, we are very active on campus and in the community with such things as theRed Cross blood drives at the Rolla Diagnostic Clinic. ZTA also offers a friendly and homey atmosphere for its members as do all fraternities.

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Zeta Tau Alpha From Left to Right: Row One; Monica Lapp, Whiskers, Ray Sch ubert. Row Two; Kim Morrill, Yeh - Fin Wang, Janet Defend. Row Three; Debbi e Orrick, Chin Wang . Row Four; Stephani e Touzinsky, Rita Webber. Bobbie W ilhelm, Patty Ann Pi jut .

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Along the way I've learned some things, You have to make the good times yourself, You take the little times and make them big, and You replace the times that are bad with those that are good. Joe Adrian

Thanks to my Fraternity, I've been involved. I've enjoyed it all. Y'all come see me sometime.

Mike Gilliam

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No one is ever too small to be able to help a friend. Monica Lapp

"Everyone to whom much is given, of him much will be required." Luke 12:48 Charles Armstrong


The engineering student upon completion of his Bachelor's degree is in a unique position. Most of them have received sufficient training to obtain a job in their specialty. In contrast, many of the science, business, and liberal arts majors may need additional training, including possibly graduate study, in order to obtain a job in their specialty. Bill Sallas

Involvement in the offices of student organizations on the UMR campus has been extremely rewarding. The atmosphere surrounding such extracurricular responSibilities is similar to that found in industry, and has provided very much valuable experience which will be helpful throughout my life. The importance of this experience became especially apparent during my co-op work periods. Knowing how to properly react in a business situation, and being able to realize the alternatives and consequences in advance have to be keys to success. Dennis W. Leitterman

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Don't hassel the phone company. D'Arcy Holt

From my years spent in both a Fraternity and a dorm, I've learned that fraternities aren't for everyone. Dorms aren't for everyone either. Whoever isn't satisfied should be allowed to move elsewhere, no contracts, no hard feelings. David Dunavant

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Thomas Holley (4.0 jock)

Thank you, Rolla, for being the unique place that you are. I can only hope that you'll provide for your future students the same chances and opportunities that you offered me. Bill Morley

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WHO'S WHO WISE SAYING Ask and ye shall receive Seek and ye shall find Knock and it shall be opened unto you. Matthew 7:7 Tom Miesner

Through my stay here at UMR I have had many successes and many disappointments. However, I've learned to maintain a positive attitude by rememberin g, "It's not what happens to you, but how you take it that counts". Dick Hellwege

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I think one thing this school is lacking in is tradition-at least compared to other schools. For this reason I hope all traditions of St. Pats will be retained. This celebration sets UMR apart. Ed Hutson

What would I like to be remembered for? In short, just being different. Hopefully, I added a little variety to the "normal" (read dull and conforming) lives of the people I've come in contact with. To anyone who says "She was a little different" I thank you. I have been successful in my purpose and therefore have justified my existence. Diane Gibbs

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The UMR fratern ity system offers an excell ent oppor tunity for studen ts to get out and make friends , and to get involv ed in campu s activit ies and organi zation s. I know it helpe d me. Joe Cappa

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In order to answer the questions and problems in a rea/life situation, a person must solicit the knowledge and help of others. Consequently, every student should allow time in his schedule to participate in activities which will develope and strengthen his ability to work cooperatively with other people. Hank Birk

The best advice I can give to those who wish to succeed in college is to take the time to do so. Tony Messina

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Robert Schaefer

I think UMR is one of the finest, if not the finest, Engineering schools in the country. Because of this fine reputation, a graduate of UMR can be proud he made it through. I feel that if the male -female ratio was better, social life and campus involvement would increase, the apathy would go away, and school spirit would abound making everyone again exclaim that are proud to be a Miner. Paul Abney

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Despite the general opinion that everyone on campus is out to "screw the students" usually if you take the time to sit down and explain your problem or idea, it's amazing how much help and support you can muster. Mike Boothby

The key word to happiness is involvement. It's not only an outlet for excess energy but also an opportunity to grow. And UMR offers unique chances for such involvement. For such a small college, we have a wide variety of active organizations where a person can be more than just a face in the crowd. Engineers and scientists have a tendency to isolate themselves, and it begins in college. After four or five years, they emerge intellectually mature but emotionally and spiritually a child. That's a great waste of good material. Paula Marcellus

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Karl Heisser er

I would like to be rememb ered for being a true friend, for reachin g out and helping when it meant sacrifice and then not expectin g anythin g in return. Wouldn 't it be great if we all could realize that "we are now becomin g what we will someda y be" that luck is prepara tion meeting opportu nity. Dean Tibbits

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Unless you have learned to communicate to people, your knowledge gain at this institution is lost. If you don't know how to manipulate people to your ways while comprimising your own, you are destined to a life of insignificance. Robert Fleischman

One million years ago, man painted on cave walls to teach and record. After these thousands of years of technology, we have advanced from the abacus to the computer, from the spear to the nuclear warhead, and from painting on cave walls to scratching chalk on slate blackboards. Somehow I think educa tion was left out. William Rosenbaum

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We get so much engineeri ng and so little of other areas, that an engineer has some catching up to do during the summers and when he graduates . Ray Winklema n

Now, four years later, I'm graduatin g and I have but one ambition. I want every day in every way to be as happy as I possibly can. Delores James

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Students coming to this campus now are not as interested in being the campus leader as in years past. Most just want to get good grades and /or have a good time. The idea of being a true campus leader who everybody knows is not as appealing as it used to be. And this fact has really hurt top organizations like Blue Key and Theta Tau, who strive to get the top leaders for their membership. Dave Schepers

Bob Becherer

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"You give but little when you give of your possess ions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. . . there are those who have little and give it all. These are the believer s in life and the bounty of life, and their coffer is never empty. , Kahlil Gibran Carol O'Rourk e

Jeff Carter

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Two thoughts from Napolean Hill 1) Happiness is found in doing, not merely in possessing. 2) Success requires no explanation. Failure permits no alibis. Dave Wisch

UMR is a unique college. If you tell someone that you go to UMR they want to know where it is located and what kind of a school it is, but if you tell them you are from the Missouri School of Mines they know exactly what you are talking about and in their next sentence comes "That's a good school, isn't it?". Maybe we should change our name back. Terry Micnheimer

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Grades are important, but if that 's all you ' ve got, you're missing something and you 'll probably find out what you're missing sometime -but by then it'll probably be too late. Get out and meet people and see how great it is to have friends, they're the only ones that can do you some good and make your college days the best days of your life. Vern Boehme

If you're going to do it, do it to the "MAX". Cliff Mahar

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D. Carson

H.L. Carter

G. Chapman

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G. Dolson

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R.T. Jackson

J.M . Jacobs

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R. Jansen

G. Jarzebinski

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L. Jearls

K. Jinkerson

M . Johnson

D.B. Jones

R. Jones

T. Joyce

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K. King

R.H. King

M .J . Kinsella

R. Kissack

R. Kister

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J. Martin

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R.H . Mclean

L. Mertens

L. McNary

A.D. Messine

D. Melton

S.F. Meyer

R. A. Menking

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W .S. Moody

B.G. Millburn

F. Moore

W .B. Miller

G.E. Morgan

T. Mittler

J . Morgan

K. Mori

B. Morley

L.A. Muchacho

L.E . Mueller

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B. Murphy

B.M . Murray

L.W. Nalley

L. Nappier

J. Myers

E.A. Neef

L. Nadler

T. Naeger

S. Nevhart

N . Neumann

R. Nagabhushana

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W . Nickoley

R. Nichols

D . Nicholson

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T. Noel

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K.E. Ogden

S. Oldham

P. Oliver

D.R. Orcutt

C. O' Rourke

J.W. Ott

G. Ottoline

N. Ousley

G. Overal

L. Overmyer

L. Owens


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P. Panagos

D. Parkes

A. Paschke

R.E. Perrey

M . Perry

V. Peters

D.E. Peterson

J .W . Peterson

M . Peterson

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P.A. Pijut

R.L. Pike

M. Pleimann

R. Poh lman

P. Palette

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J .M. Pool

R.E. Porter

D. Powell

L. Prada

R. Prater

J .R. Price

S. Price

J . Proe

M. Quinn

C. Raab

D. Rachels

S.L. Ray

D. Reading

R. Rakestraw

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M . Reynolds

M. Roach

R. Roach

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J .M . Roberts

D.R. Roberts

D. Robertson

W . Robertson

l. Rockwell

R.J. Rodems

E.W . Rodgers

O.R. Rojas

R. Rollings

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M .A. Roussin

D.C. Roy

S.M. Russel

C. Russel

B. Sallas

D. Sarchet

M. Sasannejad

K. Savells

L. Scarff

T. Scheerer

D. Schepers

M . Schepflin

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M. Schmidt

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G. Schmitz

T. Schnieder

T. Schnelle

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P. Scott

W . Scott

W . Scott

F. Seely

C. Seger

D. Seibel

R.C. Seifert

E. Settle

S. Sewell

D. Shah

G.D. Shaw

D. Shcolnik

D. Sheahen

M . Sheridan

S. Shockley

J.R. Short

J .D. Shorter

S. Shull

J . Sickman

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R.N. Smith

W . Sm ith

W . Smith

D.R. Speck

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S. Starke

S. Stearn s

T. Steele

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S. Stubbs

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T.W. Tanner

M . I_esar

D.A. Thatcher

D. Th ebea u

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V. Thomas

B. Thompson

E.N. Thurmond

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I. Taxman

A. Sullivan

D. Sweet

A. Swoboda

W. Taylor

D. Teel

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E.H. Trice

J . Tripses

M .L. Trnka

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C.M. Tuepker

J. Tull

R.E. Umphreys

G.L. Underwood

R. Valleroy

J .H. VanHouten

J.L. Vance

S. Vancil

M. Vandenbergh

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W. VanHorn

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R. Wessel

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R. Wilkes

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CREVELING, JOHN BURTON GE .E. Engineers Club. AEG. ASCE. GDI, Phi Eta Sigma. Sigma Tau Gamma. Tau Beta Pi . ICE

Geological Society

CARLTON , DENNIS PAUL Student Counci l. Delta Tau Delta

E.E.

CARRILLO . ODUARDO R.R. FELA

GE .E.

CARSON . DAVID J .

C.SC .

CUPP, JOSEPH WAYNE IEEE

E.E.

CURLE . ARTHUR E. IEEE, Acacia

E.E.

DANIELLS, CHARLES P. C.E. SPE -A IME. Pi Epsi lon Tau . ASCE Chi Epsi lon. Spelunker's Cl ub Kara te Clu b

CHAHREMANI. AL G . IEEE. ISA. 10

E. E.

CHASTEEN. WILLIAM CLYDE MRHA. ASCE. Chi Epsilon

C .E.

DAVIS. GAYLE D . ASCE

C .E.

CHERRY . ELLEN B. C .SC . ACM. UPE. KME. GD I. SWE, Cheerleader

DAVIS . JAMES S. ASC E

C .E.

CHIN . JAMES

DAVIS . LAWRENCE S. E.E. Kappa Alpha. IEEE. Va rsity Basebal l, M Club

BRAKE . MICHAEL B.

C.E.

BABBIT, STEVEN CAMPBELL PSYC . S1gma Ph1 Eps1lon. Psyc. Students. Bowling

C.l.

CRAIN , CLAUDE M . Ill W .T. Schrenk. RAA. ACS

E.E.

D

ARONBERG . GARRY R. MRHA, ASCE. GDI , Chi Eps ilon

N .E.

CAPE . CHRISTOPHER C . CHEM . W .T. Schrenk. Roll a Alchemical Assoc .

C.E.

BRANSETIER . JOHN H. ASCE

AULT. WILLIAM E. Ill .

c

CARLSTROM . GEORGE M . Assn . of Eng . Geologists.

BOROWIAK , THOMAS GIRARD IEEE. Tau Kappa Epsilon. EIT

E. MGT.

CORREAL. OLGA AMANDA MET. E. A lpha Sigma Mu . Met. Soc .. Nuclea r Eng . COYNE. MICHAEL N . ASCE. Chi Epsi lon. Tau Beta Pi

EE Kappa Kappa Psi

Spelunkers. Cu re

Tau Beta P1 , ANS . Nuclea r Honor Soci ety

COOPER , CHARLES MICHAEL C .SC . Phi Kappa Phi. Phi Eta Sigma. UPE. ACM

C .E.

CAPPS . JEFFREY C. Campus Club

E.E.

p,

Minerettes, Cycling Club

Society

N .E.

ARENS . ROBERT ALAN IEEE. Engmeers Club

MATH AUER , Rich ard E. MRHA. KME. Student Council. Ph i Kappa Ph 1, Ph1 Eta Sig ma . Newman. GDI. Gamma

396

BOBNAR . WILLIA B. Tau Beta Pi. ANS

ECON .

Econ . Club. Daughters of Lee. Marching

CORREAL. JOSE A . JR .

BLAUVELT. DAVIDS . GDI, ACS

BORCHERDING , DONAL AUGUST

l.SCI.

COOKE . PATRICIA ANN

M .E.

Miner Band, Tau Beta Sigma, Newman . GO I,

Committee, SUB

ADKINS . ROBERT DENNIS E.E. Rollamo. IEEE. Sigma Phi Epsilon. UMR Sports Car Club

COOK, LELAND 59er's Club. ASME. SAE, GD I

Sigma,

Astronomy,

Marching

C .E.

P.E.

Miner s.

M .E.

BROSHEARS. WILLIAM EDWARD C .E. ASCE. Bridge Club

CHISOM . MICHAEL JAMES MET. ASM. Alpha Sigma Mu. UMR Sports Car Club CHRISTIANS. SCOTI THOMAS E.E. Eta Kappa Nu . IEEE , IEEE Hobby Club

DAVIS . MICHAEL l. C. E. Lambda Chi Alpha -Sec. Alpha Phi Omega. Cic le K, Student Union Bo ard - Socia l Com mittee

DAVIS . ROBERT A .

CHEM - LS


E.E. ERICKSON , ALAN G. IEEE. Eta Kappa Nu. liahona UMR Engineer M .E. EVERTOWSKI. MARK S. S1gma Tau Gamam (Seer). APO, ASME

F PET.E. FAIN, LARR Y R. Sigma Nu, St. Pat's Board, Society of Petroleum Engineers

FAKHOUR I, BASSAM MUSA

M INING

CH .E. FAULEY, KEVIN R. ~~~fc~a u Delta (Vice Pres, Carr. Sec). Circle FENDER, PETER A .

GEO .E.

FENWICK, JOHN M

E.E.

FIGUERAS, ALFREDO FELA

E.E.

FLACK, FRANK l. ASCE

C .E.

FLOYD, STEVEN P. SAE, ASHRAE

M .E.

c.sc.

FRANCIS, DAVID H. UPE, ACM

E. E. FRICKE, JAMES R. IEEE, ACM, KME (Vice Pres), GDI, ICC, Vars1ty Basketball, Campus Club HIS .

FROESCHNER . GWENDOLYN History Club (Treas.)

GEO .E.

ENGLISH GANT, DAWN E. WRHA (Pres). University Housing Advisory Board, Independent's Weekend Committee APO little Sisters (Pres). GDI, BSU, Varsity Volleyba ll GARDIN ER, KENNETH D . UMR Karate Club

C .E.

GARRISON. DENNIS G. Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE

E.E.

M .E. GEORGE. S. CRAIG Kappa Sigma. Pi Tau Sigma (Vice Pres) IK, . Missouri M iner, ASME PET. E. GEVECKER. J ACK R. Delta Sigma Phi (Sgr -at-Arms), APO (Pledge Class Pres), SPE-AIME, M Club. IFC, Varsity Football. Varsity Track DEGENHARDT , DEAN

E.E. CHEM

DEGOOD. JOHN STANTON S1gma

N u-Rush

Recorde r

Chairman,

Reporter, House M anager. Chaplain, Alpha Ch1 S1gma -Tres KMNR -Bus. M anager. Ed. D~rec to r, W. T. Schrenk Chemistry Club ACS, IEEE, Blue Key, Who's Who, IEEE Hobby Club, WOEEE Radio Cl ub E.E. DEHAVEN. SAMUEL JEROME ~~~A -chief engineer, Radio Club, Photo

C. E. DUNAVANT, DAVID A . Delta Sigma Ph i (Pres, Treas. Seer), Studen t Council, ASCE, A PO, IK ;.->res. Vice Pres. Pledge Master). W ho's \Vho

C.S C. GIBBS, DIAN E C. Student Council (Sec). ACM (Pres. Sec). Phi Pres). (Vice SWE Epsilon Pi Epsilon Kappa Phi WRHA, Who 's Who

C. E. DUNN, JOHN F. Kappa A lpha, ASCE, Varsity Baseball

GILBERT, BR IAN J . Tech Club (Personnel Asst.)

DUPRE, LARRY M . BSU, management Assoc. DURAND. CYNTHIA LEE

ENG. MGT.

c.sc.

DENNY, WILLIAM ANDREN Acacia-Sec, ACS

CER .E.

E. E. DURAND, DAVIDS. Eta Kappa Nu. Kappa Mu Epsilon IK, IEEE

DETERMANN, MICHAEL A . Campus Club, College Bowl

M .E.

C.E. DURINGTON. DAVE Tau Beta Pi, GDI, AS CE, Int ramural Manager

DETWILER. JOHN CARL ASCE. A M A

E ENG. MGT.

DIERKER, DON M .

C.E.

Delta Tau Delta-Trasurer

E. E. DITIY, PAUL R. IEEE, Shramrock Club, Engineer Club (Sec " Board of Controls). GDI DOLSON, GEORGE M . EE-CHEM - LISC IEEE, UM R Radio Cl ub (Treas) Tau Beta Pi Eta _Kappa Nu, IK, Kappa M u Epsilon. UMR ~~~~n ee r (Assoc -Ed) Karate Cl ub, Newma n DOMAGALSKI , THOMAS J . p, Kappa A lpha (Steward)

C.E.

ENG .M ECH . DORROH, JAM ES A . GDI, ASME. American Academy of M echan,cs. Engine Club (Pres -Board of Control), Inter -Coop Council (Vice Pres Seer ' ' Treas) Blood Committee ENGLISH DOSS, STEPHEN J . ~~~ Band, English Club, UMR Thea tre DOWDY, J.f'. DOWNEY, GARY

esc. M ET .

~et . Soc1ety (Pres). A lpha Sigma M u (Vice res). S1gma Nu ASM, A IME

DRAKE. KENN ETH D . A SCE. Gamma Delta (Vice Pres)

C.E.

DREISEWERD , JERRY A IAA, MRHA, GDI, Psitol Tea m

A .E.

EASSON, SHELDON A . Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi

NUC.E .

CER .E. EBERSOLE, DAVID W . Sigma Tau Gamma. American Ceramic UniverChoir, Chamber -FM SM KM Society, sity Choir, Theatre Guild CHEM . ECOFF, D DOUGLAS A lpha Chi Sigma, Campu s Club ACS EDDY. GARY IEEE

E.E.

PET .E. ELEMO. RUFUS OLADIPO Phi Eta Sigma (Historian). IK (Recorder), Pi Epsilon Tau, SPE ELLEBR ECHT, DAVID E. IEEE, AMA

E. E.

C .E. ELLIS, THOMAS G . UMR Swim Team, Student Council ASCE. GDI El-SAI E, AHMED AWAAD

MINING

NUC.E. ENDSLEY. CHARLES M . Ph1 Eta Sigma (Carr. Sec). Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon PET. E. ENTWISTLE, JAM ES M . SPE. p, Epsilon Tau (Pres). M -Ciub. GDI, PSSC (Pres), Club Polo Water C.SC. ERICKSON, CHRISTINA K. ACM, Upsilon Pi Epsilon. liahona (Sec, Treas)

C.SC. HALL. DONALD E. Wesley Trcas , UPE-VP. Sec . KME. ACM, Ph1 Kappa Ph1 C .E.

HAMILTO N, DAVID E. ASCE. BSU OUireoch

M .E. HAR DER, HAROLD M . ICC. Campus Club-Pres . VP . P1Tau S1gma. ASME. Karate Club, NSF-Vrp PET.E.

HARPER. WILFRED NALTON

M .E.

HARR IS, JEFFERY R. GDI

PET. E.

HARR IS, RICHA RD E. SPE -Sec

C. E. HARR IS, STAN LE Y JEROM E ASCE. Ch1 Epsilon, Black Studetns Assoc " Campus Club HA ~ R I SON ,

E.MGT.

DAVID PAUL

Tau Beta Pi HIS. HASSING ER. J AMES CARL Ra1ders. H1s. Club-VP.. ASCE. MRHA, GDI. Scabbard and Blade M .E.

HAUNSCHILD, FARRELL I. Sigma Nu -Rec .. ASME.

C.E. HAUSLADEN, F. STEVEN GDI, Rock Climbing Club, Rugby Club, ASCE C.E.

HAWKINS, FRAN K C. Ill ASCE. GDI, Campus Club

G GALBIERZ, BRUCE E. AEG. ASCE, AIME, Tau Beta Pi

CH.E. HALE, STEPHEN E. P1 Kappa Ph1 Pres . Trees .. H1st , Ru sh Chm., Council, Student S1gma. Ch1 lpho A ~:c~'E'd.

GNAG EY, GROVER H. ASME, SME, ISA, A IAA GO ECKELER. RAYMOND C. Eta Kappa Nu, MSPE (Sec).

E.E. M .E. E.E.

C .E. GO EK E. PATRICK M . Sigma Pi, Varsity Track, Miner Staff, M -Ciub

E.MGT. HEISSERER , KAR L M . Student Councii-VP .. Am. MGT. Assn .. GDI. Who's Who, ROTC C.E.

HELD. BERNARD DALE MRHA-Pres .. Newman

M .E. HELLWIG , GR EGORY A . Tau Kappa Epsilon. SUB-Sec .. Treas .. UMR Sports Car Club-Sec., ASME, SAE. C.SC . HENLEY, ADONI CA DORIS . SWE. ACM -Sec., Treas., A ssn. of Black Students. IK N .E. HENRY, PH ILLI P M IC HA E~ M 路Ciub, Am. Nuclear Soc .. Sw1mm~ng E.E. HENRY, DOUGLAS J . MRHA-Gov .. GDI. Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu HER N A N DEZ, JUOIR IO A .

GEOPH YS.

CH .E. HILLHOU SE. CHAR LES ADAM AIChE. Alpha Chi Sigma, Omega Ch1 EpGamma Phi, Silon. Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Delta -Sec. HILLHO U SE, M ICHAEL D . HITES. EUG EN E J OHN ASCE

HOEFLI N GER. LARRY JOHN Phi Kappa Theta. IEEE

E.E. E.MGT .

C .E.

HOEMANN, A l l EN R. Beta S1gma Psi. Phi Eta Sigma

GO LISCH, ROBERT G . AS CE. GDI.

C .E.

HO FFMAN, JAN ICE MAURINE Psyc. Club

GOYER, RANDOLF W . Sigma Phi Epsilon, IEEE

E. E.

HOFFMAN, WA YN E l. Phsy. Club

PET.E. GRIFFIN, MICHAEL Kappa Sigma (Treas). Blue Key(Treas). Theta Tau (Treas), Pi Epsilon Tau (1st Vice Pres) St. Pat's Board ENG .MGT. GRUNDY, ELTON B. Alpha Phi Alpha (Treas). Association for s) Trea Pres. (Vice Students Black GR UNER, STEPH EN W .

M .E.

PSYC . GUIDICINI. CONNIE E. Psychology Club, Bike Club, Newman CH.E. GUTERM UTH. RONALD l. Wesley, AICHE, MRHA (Governor House 5) GUOCH. W ILLI AM 0 .

E.E.

M arried Student Association (Pres)

H HAG N ER. CAROLYN SUE Psyc. Club

PSYC .

HAIRE, CHRISTOPHER K. AIME. GDI, Sigma Tau Epsilon

MIN .E.

C.E.

M .E. HOEFE RLIN, EDWARD N . S1gma Ph1 Eps1lon-Sec .. Pi Tau Sigma

GOLD, ROBERT E. IFC. Alpha Epsilon Pi (Vice Pres)

C.SC . GRAFTON , FRED Delta Sigma Phi (Pres, Treas) Alpha Phi Qemga, ACM, American Management Assoc.. Blue Key, Student Union Board, Young Republicans

c.sc.

PSYC . Phys.

PH YS. HOLLEY, TH OM A S KENN EDY KME -Pres .. VP .. Soc. of Phys. StudentsPres .. Sigma Pi Sigma-Pres .. Russian Club-

Pres., Student Council, Campus Club, Phi Kappa Phi HOLLOCH ER, DAVID CLINTON Ph1 Eta S1gma. Eta Kappa Nu

E.E.

HOLM ES, ROG ER EUG EN E Eta Kappa Nu. UMR Photo Club

E.E.

HOOD. CHAR LES E. ASCE. MSPE

C .E.

HOPKIN S, ALFRED RAY

E.E.

HOPPE, RAY A LAN Delta Tau Delta, Student Council

M .E.

M .E. HUCK, STEVEN EDWARD ASME -Sec.. Pres.. SME-Sec.. ASHRAE, ISES. p, Tau S1gma HUDSON, A Ll SA A NN Tau Beta S1gma

c.sc.

HUO, M O HA MMA D A .

C .E.

J CH .E. JACKSO N, ROBERT T . Alpha Ch1 Sigma. UMR Bike Cl ub -Treas Omega Chi Epsilon. Tau Beta Pi. Theat r~ Guild. AI ChE. GDI

397


JACOBS . J . MICHAEL CHEM . Sg1ma Nu , KMRA, W .T. Schrenk Soc ..

KI N G. KEN NETH E. Tau Beta P1. Eta Kappa Nu , IEEE

E.E.

Drift e r's Band

JAMES . DELORES ANN PET . E. SWF Sec . Tr eas . SPE -Sec .. Treas .. WRHA ·

KINSELLA . MICHAEL JOHN C .E. Tnangl e Pres, VP, APO. Blue Key, ASCE Scc. Ch1 Epsilon -Sec .. IFC

Pres . Tw1rl er Mm e r Band

• tANSEN . ROBERT R. CH .E. Alpha Cl11 S1gma. Tau Beta P1. Omega Ch1

KISSEL. JA M ES H . ASCE. Tau Kappa Epsilon KISTER . RONALD ED WARD

E:psllon

JARZEBINSKI , JORGE Tech Club. IEEE Hobby Club

E.E.

JAUR EG UI . ARIAS RAFAEL M .E. Spelunkers Club. MRHA. ASME . CURE

KLEINIGGER . ROBERT A .

C .E. E.E. L.SC .

KLENKE . DAN IEL C. M .E. Tech Club, GD I. ASME. ASHRAE. ICC. Pcrsh1ng R1fte s

KNOCH . JA M ES W . A IAA, GDI

JINKERSON . KENNETH R. CH.E. Omega Ch1 Epsilon. Tech Club. Soccer Club,

KOEHLER . DAVID E. MET.E. Alpha S1gma Mu -Pres .. Tau Beta Pi , AFS VP .. Met . Soc .. IK, Phi Kappa Phi . Phi Eta S1gma . Radio Club, GDI

JONES. D EAN BRUCE JONES . RUSSELL DEAN

N .E. CH .E.

Student Counci l, AIChE , Triangle - Se c ..

JOYCE . THOMAS P. St . Pats Board -Tr eas .. GD I, ANS JUEDEMANN. WILLIAM E.

N .E. HIS .

K

KALLAL. CH ARL ES G. APO, ASME. ASHRAE

A .E.

M .E.

KOSTELNIK . ROBERT J . M .E. S1gma Tau Gamma -VP . Pres, Ph i Eta S1gma -VP . APO. IK -VP, Sec. Pi Tau Sigma , Th eta T au. Blu e Key, Student Council

KOTTE R. WAYNE A . S1gma Phi Epsi lon , SUB, ASCE

C.E.

Beta P1

KE ITEL. KEITH F. Tau Beta P1 . Phi Kappa Phi , IEEE

E.E.

KE RNS . DANNY L. Tau Beta P1 , Chi Epsilon. ASCE

C. E.

KING . RONALD H . Wes ley. MRHA, Campus Club

E.E.

Ke romos -Pr es ., Am . Cer . Soc .-VP .. Tau Beta Pi , Soccer Club

PSYC .

ZTA -Pres .. Psyc . St udents Assn. - Pr_ e s .. Sec., SWE-VP. SUB. Student Coun~1 l , GAD.

Ch eerl ea der. Pom -pom Girl. W ho s Who

LOTZ. CHR ISTOPHER JOSEPH

C . E.

LUDWIG . DARREL A . Circ le K-VP. IEEE. Kappa Sigma

E.E.

LUPO . MICHAEL V . A IAA -S<: .

A . E.

LUTTES . CRAIG PSYC Psyc . Students Assn .- VP, KMNR. GDI

LANCASTER . LARRY D . E.E. GD I IEEE IEEE Hobby Club, HKN, KME -

Tr eas ., Se~ .. Tau Beta Pi , Engineers Club

LAR KI NS . LAWERENCE JOHN

E.E.

LARSON . RICK E. C .E. ASCE . LAMBDA Chi Alpha, C.L. Dake Soc .. Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon

LAUGHLIN . RICHARD DAVID LAVINO . LYNN A . Psyc . Club. Karate Clu b LEWIS . DAMON ALLEN

N .E. PSYC . M .E.

LEACH . RODNEY CH .E. Karate Clu b-Tr eas .. GDI, AIChE, MRHA LENZ . RICHARD G . SUB. ACM. UPE

c .sc.

M MADDOX. HUBERT RAY C . E. ASCE, ITE -VP. Chi Epsilon. Tau Beta Pi MAHAR . CLIFFORD A . M .E. Kappa A lpha -Pres .. Sec .. IFC-Pres .. A PO -VP. Theta Tau, SAE, Who's Who MAHN , MICHAEL A . M .E. Student Counci l, SAE. GDI , UMR Pi stol Team, Wesley

MARDEN . MICHAEL CHARLES PHYS . Sigma Pi Sigma. Soc . of Phys. StudentsSec .. KME. Ph i Eta Sigma, Chess Club, Band MARSH . JANET E.

PSYC .

MARTIN , JAMES H . A .E. Sigma Tau Gamma . A IAA -VP. Sec. SAWEV P, Tr eas.. Sigma Gamma Ta u -Tr eas., S tu dent Cou ncil. Circle K. J azz En se mble

M .E.

E.E.

LEWIS . JEROLD LEE

M .E.

C.E.

C .E.

M c BRIDE . GREGORY CHARLES ACM -VP

C .SC .

KURINEMARIN . ED\11 .RD S . GDI. Tec h Club

LINHARDT. STEVEN F. ASCE. ACS.

E. E.

LOESCH . DAVID LEE IEEE

E.E.

M c ELHINEY . DANIEL LEE ACM, ICF. IK, KME. UPE

C . SC .

KUTILEK , DAVID A . Ta u R;;[a p, Eta Kappa Nu

lOHMAN . EDWARD JOHN O.SCE

C .E.

McFARLAND , DAN L. Management Club, A ICh E, Circle K

Ch .E.

La BOUFF. GARY AVAN M .E. ASME. Pi Tau Sigma , Tau Beta Pi , IK

LONG . WAYNE ROBERT ASME. SAE. Beta Sigma Pse

M .E.

LACKE. DOUGLAS JOHN MIN . E. Campus Clu b, IK, Sigma Gamma Epsilon

LOGAN . JEWEL

Ka~pa

Alpha

KEIL. LOUIS HEIN E.MGT. St Pat 's Board, Alpha Epsilon Pi -Stewa rd , Treas .

CER .E.

LEWIS . GEORGE PAUL ASME

KULIN IEWI CZ. ALL EN PAUL M .E. p, Tau S1gma . ASME. SME VP, Pres .. Pi KUNDERMAN . VINCEI\I i JOHN UMR Engineer -Photo E~ ' or

Soccer Club - Pr es .. Tr eas.

LAMPE . MI CHAEL L.

C.E.

E.E.

KEEBLER. JAMES HENRY C .E. Newma n, ASCE , GDI. MRHA, Spelunkers.

Mine rs Band, Ro ll amo Photographe r, Pi Tau S1gma

LEWIS. DAVID ROGER Th eta Xi -Pres .. IFC, APO, ASCE

M .E.

KA MBOL. STEPHEN ALEXAND ER C .E. ASCE. MRHA-Gov .. GD I, Chi Epsilon. Tau KASSABAU M , DAVID LOVIS IEEE

KOR N EMAN . GARY PAIGE Tech Club -Sec .. Tr eas .. GDI, IWC

C .E.

Pats Board, ASCE

LAPP. MONICA M .

JEARLS. LOUIS B. JR . C. E. Tau Kappa Epsilon -House Mgr .. ASCE

Football, Arnold Air Society

LAMPE . ARTHUR F.

Acac•a - Pres .. Sec., Ru sh Chm .. Steward , St.

LAGREEK . JOSEPH VITO . JR . C .SC . GDI, KMNR, Pershi ng Rifles, IE EE Hobby Club

LONGBINE . MICHAEL Z. IEEE

C .E.

MAURSETH, JERRY A .

MAXWELL. ROBERT STEVENSON C . E. St. Pat's Boa rd . Tech Club, Chi Epsil on. GDI, IK

M c GEE. MARCUS DEAN

M .E.

Beta Chi Sigma -Treas., Stude nt Counci l,

ASME. SAE, TJ ENG . E.E.

LORENZ. MARK S . M .E. Kappa Kappa Psi -Hist .. ASME, SAE. IK,

M c GOWAN . THOMAS JOSEPH Tau Beta Pi. ASCE , MRHA, Newman

C .E.

M c LAIN . SANDRA JEAN PSYC . Crescents. Psyc. Club, SUB, Phi Kappa Phi, A PO, IK M c LEAN . RICHARD HARLOW E.E. IEEE . Eta Kapp a Nu , Tau Beta Pi. M SPE , MR HA, Christ ian Campus Club -VP. Ph1 Kappa Phi MELTON . DAVID F. Pi Kappa Phi

E.MGT.

MEN KING , RICKY ARNOLD Tau Beta Pi, AX

E. MGT .

MERCER . BARRY P. GEOL. C.L. Dake- Pres .. Spe l unkers Club. Sigma Gamma Epsilon

MERRITT, DON E.MGT . Enginee rs Club, Mgt. A ssoc .. GDI MERTENS . LAWRENCE R . C .E. Ph i Kappa Theta, Soccer Club, ASCE. New man MESSINA , ANTHONY D . CH .E: Alpha Chi Sigma -Pres .. Rec ., Omeg a Ch1 Epsilon -VP, Tr eas .. MRHA. Tau Beta P1 , Ph1 Kappa Phi. Phi Eta Sigma, KME , GDI . Who s Who MEYER . STEVE A . ASCE. Concrete Canoe MEYER . STEVEN FRANCIS Newman. Alpha Chi Sigma

C .E. CHEM .

MILBURN . BRIAN G . PHYS . Arno ld Air Soc .. Pi stol Team, MRHA. Ai r Force ROTC MILLER . WILLIAM BRUCE

N .E:

MRHA, American Nuclea r Society Beta Ch1 Sigma

MITTLER , THOMAS J . ASCE, Tau Beta Pi . Chi Epsi lon MOHAMMAD . EHSANULLAH MOODY , WAYNE S . ASCE. GDI, ITE

C .E. MIN .E. C.E.

MOORE. FRANCIS EDWARD JR . MET: Sigma Phi Epsi lon -Rush Chm n .. A lpha Ph1 Omega. IK , Phi Eta Sigma, AFS. M et . Soc . MORGAN , GARY E. E.MGT. Football , Track, Amer . Mgt . A ssn., Rugby Club, Sigma Nu MORGAN, JAMES CLAY M .E. AS ME , AS HRAE , APO , SUB. Beta Sigma PsiSec ., Pi Ta u Sigma

398


E.MGT.

MORLEY, WILLIAM L

De lt a Ta u Delta Pres., VP, Rush Chrnn .. Am .

Mgt. Assn. Pres .. VP Blue Key-Pres .. Sec, JK Treas. Theta Tau. Socce r Club, APO PET. E.

MUCHACHO, LUIS A . FELA. GDI

E.E.

MUELLER, LARRY E.

Ph i Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu -Treas .. Tau

Beta Pi, IE EE M .E. MUELLER, MARK A . Beta Sigma Psi-VP, ASME -VP, ASME -VP, APO, Pt Tau Sigma C.SC. MUELLER, MARK BUTLER UPE, ACM. KME, Raiders, GDJ, SUB E. E.

MULLIN, RICHARD J. II

Pi Kappa Phi-Pres., Treas., Sec., Ho use Mgr ..

IEEE. Eta Kappa Nu, IK, Spelunkers Cl ub MIN .E.

MURPHY, BRIAN J .

Sigma Tau Gamma -Pres.. Treas., IFC-VP.

E. E. PERREY. ROBERT E. Tau Beta Pt , Eta Kappa Nu. FOCUS -Pres .. IEEE PERRY, MICHAEL M UM R Radio Club, IEEE

E.E.

PETERS, VERNON H . IEEE,

E.E.

PETERSON , DOUGLAS E. Wes ley, A IChE, Phi Eta Sigma,

CH .E.

M .E. PETERSON , JOH N WILLI AM Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, ASM E. Kappa Kappa Pst-VP, Treas. M .E. PLEIMANN, MIKE Pi Kappa Phi, Spelunkers Club, St. Pats Boa rd, Rugby Cl ub PSYC.

POHLMAN, RICK CURTISS

C.SC . POLEnE, P.J . JKA-Pres., W RHA-VP, UPE, SWE, ACM,

Theta Tau, SME, A JM E-Vp

Epsi lon Lambda Mu -Little Sister

C . E. MURRAY, BILL M . Lambda Chi Alpha, ASCE, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau

E.E. POLINSKY, STEVEN E. hi Kappa Phi, IK, IEEE, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi , Eta Kappa Nu, A lpha Epsilon Pi

Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma

C .E.

MYERS, JACK A .

E. MGT.

PONZER , ROLLAND JOSEPH

Pe rsh ing Rifles. Arnold Air Society. Mgt.

ASCE . Concrete Canoe

A ssoc., GDI N

NADLER , LEROY R . Pt Tau Sigma-Sec .. ASME, GDI

M .E.

CH .E. NAEG ER, TOM Phi Kappa Th eta-Steward, APO, A JChE, Scuba Club

POO KE R, NORMAN H . ASCE

C .E.

POOL, JOHN M . Delta Ch i, ASCE, GDI

E.E.

PRATER, RAYMOND BOYD JR . MET. Theta Xi, Alpha Sigma Mu. M et. Society

NAGABHUSHANA, RAMAROA

C .E.

NAPPIER , LESTER LEE Mates- Treas.. AFS

M .E.

PRICE, JAMES RANDAL UMR Mgt. Assn.

NEEF, ERIC ALAN

M .E.

NEWHART, DAN A JAA. Campu s Club

A .E.

PHYS. PRICE, JOHN SCOn Cycling Club-Pres.. SPS. English Club-Pres., Good Seed Editor

GEO .E.

N EWMANN , NI COLAUS P.

Rollamo- Ph oto Editor, ICF, Newman Club.

E.MGT.

CER .E. PROE, JAMES LEE Tau Ka ppa Epsi lon -VP, Sec .. JK-Sec., APO, IFC Bow ling -VP, Ke ramos. Am . C l era mic Socie ty

AEG, A IME Q

E.E. NICHOLSON, DON A . Arnold Air Society, IEEE. KM FA, Pershing Ri fles -Sec..

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Treas .,

Drill,

W esley, AFROTC NJCKOLEY, WILLIAM EDWARD SME, A IME, FOCUS-Pees.

CH .E. QUINN, MICHAEL JOHN Alpha Chi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Omega Chi Epsilon, AAS. AIChE

MIN .

R CH .E.

RACHELS, DARR ELL

ROMIN E, JAMES CLARENCE W T. Schrenk Soc.

CHEM .

E.MGT. NOEL, TOMMY GDI, Basketbal l, A ssoc. of Black St udents,

Acacia. A IChE. Tau Be ta Pi , Phi Ka ppa Phi , S tudent Council

CHEM . NOLAND, PATRICK A . W .T. Schrenk Soc.. Rolla Alchemical Assn.·

RAKESTRAW, ROBBI E RAY ASCE

C .E.

Delta -VP, Sec. Treas .. Blue Key, Who's Who, A SCE, ITE. AIChE. Newman Club

RAY, STEVEN LEWIS UMR Pistol Team. GDI

E.E.

READI NG, DOUGLAS A . IE EE -Sec., Newman

E.E.

M .E. ROUSSIN, MICHAEL A . Pt Tau Sigma -Pres .. Tau Bet Pi, ASME, A IAA, SAE

Sec., Trea s.

0 OAKES, JANET E. UMR Choir, KME

MATH

M .E. OBERG , LARRY B. A SME, SAE, AMA, GDJ, A stronomy Cl ub, Tech Club, Wesley

C .E. REC HTIEN , THOMAS J . MRHA-Sec .. ASCE, UMR Soccer Club-VP, UMR Engineer. SUB, Chi Epsilon

C .E.

ROS ENBA UM , WILLIAM G. Ph1

Kappa The ta -Treas ..

Gamma A lpha

E.MGT. RUSSELL, BRUCE M . Kappa Alpha, UMR M gt. A ssn .. IK, Tau Beta Pt. Pht Kappa Phi PHYS_

RUSS ELL, CAROL ANN E

Sigma P1 Sigma. Soc. of Phys. Students.

Soccer Club Pres. V -Pres .. Sec .. Golf. Ph1 Kappa Theta , Newma n

SCHULER, DAVID P. KMFA Radto -Tech .. UMR Chotr, IEEE

E.E.

SCHWARTZ, ANDREW JOHN .l\SCE, GDI, Campus Clu b

C . E.

SCOn, PHIL R. .l\SME, SME, Pht Kappa Pht

M .E. HIS .

C.E.

Vol leyball, Basketball. ICF, Baptist St udent Unton. WRHA-Gov.

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E.E.

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M .E.

E.E.

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S tgma Ta u Ga mma -Treas .. Ruch Chairman,

IK. Phi Eta Sigma, Circle K RO BBI N S, STEVE W . Wes ley, Campus Club

SARCH ET, DAWN E ELISE UMR Band. Psychology Club

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GEOPHYS .

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M .E.

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SCHMUKE, JOHN R .E. Tech Club, GDI -Gov, Ratders

MATH Soccer Club-

E.E . SC HMITZ, GERARD ROBERT .'\PO v Pres .. IEEE -Pres .. M o. M tner, Theta Xt, IFC

SHERIDAN, MICHAEL H . Kappa Alpha Sec ASME S HORT, JOHN RAY MON D Ill Econ Club, Ratdcrs. ROTC

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SMITH . ROBERT N. Tau Beta P1 , IEEE. Campus Club

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SMITH , WILLIAM L. CHEM . Th eta X1 -Treas . Ph1 Kappa Ph1 , APO, Ph1 Eta S•gma, IK , Mo M1ner

SPECK. DONALD ROLAND h1 Eta S1gma , ASME

M .E.

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STRAATMANN , ERIC ROBERT IEEE. GDI. Hobby Club STRUCKHOFF. JOHN JOSEPH

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STUART, DENNIS L. ASCE -Pres .. Tr eas .. Mates

STUBBS , STEVE MARTIN MIN.E . Gamma Delta -Pres.. Tr eas .. SME. Speluenker's Club

STEELE . TONY UPE . Black Students Assoc .. ACM

C.SC .

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TRICE . ERIC H. IFC, Black Students Assoc.

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TRIPSES. JOHN GEOFFREY M .E. Pi Tau Sigma -Pres .. ASME. SAE. ICF

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UNDERWOOD. GARY l.

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Theta Xi -Steward, Sec., Vice Pres.

VANCIL, STEPHEN P. M .E. MRHA, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. AAS, Air Force ROTC

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THOMAS , VICKY LYNN SSSAC, History Club

VAN HORN, WILLIAM Eta Kappa Nu , IEEE

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THEBEAU , DANIEL WAYNE MIN . E. SME -Pres .. VP, Sec., Sports Car Clu b

STARKE. STEPHEN E. Rille Tea m. M -Ciub -Sec..

STEARNS . STEVEN HAROLD GDI -Gov . Student Council. ANS

TEEL, DELBERT LEWIS II

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Tau Beta P1 , Econ . Club -Treas .. AIChE

A .E. GDI . College

Soccer Clu b-Coach, Sec., SUB, IFC , RDI Founder

STORCK , FRED C.E. Tau Beta Pi -Cataloger. Chi Epsilon. ASCE, MRHA-Gov.

STAPONSKI. RANDALL E.E. Ph1 Eta S1gma . Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Ph1 Kappa Ph1 . Rad1o Club· Pres.

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STEPHENS . DENNIS D . GDI. Engineers Club. IEEE

HIS . MIN .E.

VP. Histor•an , SUB - Dir ecto r of Rec . Comm .,

SWEET, DARRELL L. .1\SCE . MRHA, Newman

TICHY , LAURENCE .1\SCE

C .E.

VEESAERT, CHRIS JOHN Chi Epsilon, ASCE -Cor. Sec.

TIEHES . ROBERT VALLEE IEEE

E. E.

VOYTAS , RICHARD A . M .E. SAE -Pres .. Sec.. Pi Tau Sigma. ASME. Kappa Alpha -Cor . Sec ., Ru sh Chairman. SUB

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SWOBODA , ALEXIS C. GE .E. UMR Band. Tau Beta Sigma, ICF, Assoc . of Eng Goelog1sts. S1gma Gamma Epsilon

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TROWER . RONALD BRIAN C .E. Varsity Tr ack. Tau Be ta Pi, Chi Epsilon TUEPKER , C . MARK GDI , ACM TULL. JOEL

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Wesley -Pres .. KME -Pres., Vice Pr es., Ru s-

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WARDEN, DOUGLAS A . Pi Tau Sigma. AIAA. ICF

TANNER, THOMAS WILLIAM C.SC . Ph1 Kappatheta -Ru sh Chmn. Steward. ACM.

TILLMAN, STEVEN M . C.E . .1\SCE. GDI , IWC, MRHA -Gov .. Pres. Photo Club, Socce r Club, SUB -Fine Arts

WATSON, MELISSA RUTH WATTS , JAMES

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C .SC. W EGMAN. JOHN LOUIS Phi Kappa Th eta Hist ., Sec .. Vice Pres .. UPETrcasure r. Pres., Band, Blu e Key, ACM, Newma n Club

E. M GT. WELC H. BERN ARD J. Rugby Club-V1 ce Pres. AMA. KMNR. Mis Miner souri M .E.

WELG E. DAV ID E.

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ICC. ASME. GDI. Shamrock Club WELKER . KERRY L. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Baseball

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WENK. DAN K. ASME. GDI. M -Ciub

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Eta Kappa Nu

C . E.

WILD. PHILLIP H. ASCE. Chi Epsilon

CHEM . WILHELM . ROBERTA L. Zeta Tau Alpha -Vi ce Pres .. A lpha Chi Sigma. APO M .E. WILLIAMS. DENNIS W . 59ers Club. ASME. SME. MSPE. ASHRAE WILLIAMSON . RICHARD F. Chi Epsilon. Tau Beta Pi. ASCE

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WYANT. JOAN

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ICC ....... ...... .... .... .. ... .. .. ................... .... .... ...... 252 House A ....................... .... .. ...................... ... 262 House B ......................... .... ......................... 264 House C ..... ........ .. ...... .. ...... ..... .................... 266 HouseD ....... ... ............................. ... ............ 268 House 1....... ........ .•... ..• ... •......... ................... . 270 House 2 ....................................... ... .... ......... 271 House 3 ............................ ... ..................... ... 274 House 4 ... ... ......... ............... ......................... 277 House 5 .......... ... ...... ........... .. ....................... 279 House 6 .................. .... .. ...... .............. ... ... ... .. 280 House 7 .... ........ .. .... .. ... .. ............. .. .. .... ...... ... 282 House 8 ... ..... .... ....... ............ ... .... ... .... .... ...... 284 Campus Club .................... .... .............. ........ 255 Engine Club .. ... .................... ....................... 256 Tech Club ............... .... .. .. .... .. ............ ........ ... 258 Board of Governors ... ... ... .... ......... ..... ....... .. 261

Baseba II ... ...... ...... ......... .. ..... ...... ........ ......... 205 Basketball .... ... .. ... ... ..................... ............... 182 Cheerleaders-Basketba ll .... ..... ... ... ..... ........ 180 Cheerleaders-Football ....................... ......... 170 Cross-Country ... ............ ... ... ....................... . 190 Football ........................ ............................... 172 Golf ... ......... .... .... .... ..... ...... ........ ................... 191 Intramural Sports ............... ............ ..... ....... 212 Rugby ........ .... .. ....... .. ....... ........ .... ................ 202 Soccer Club .................... ..... .... ........ .... .... .. . 201 Swimming ........ ........... ... .. ........................... 196 Tennis .... .. ...................................... ..... ........ 203 Track ...................... ... .... ........... ... ... .. .. .... ..... . 204 Waterpolo Club .... .. .. ... ..... ........ ................... 200 Wrestling .. .. ... ....... .. ... .. ... ... ... ...................... 192

Organizatio ns Alpha Chi Sigma .................................. ...... 150

Greeks IFC ...... .. .... ....... ................... .. ....................... 290 Panhellenic ............. .. ....................... ...... ..... 291 Acacia ......... .......... .... ......... .. ....................... 293 Alpha Epsilon Pi .... .. .......... .. ....... ...... .. ... ..... 294 Alpha Phi Alpha .......... ...... .. ..... .................. 297 Beta Sigma Psi .................. ...... ............ ... .. .. 299 Delta Sigma Phi ... .......................... ............ 300 Delta Tau Delta .. ................. ........... ..... ....... 303 Kappa Alpha ...... ................... ................ ..... . 304 Kappa Delta .. .................. .......... ..... .. ......... .. 307 Kappa Sigma ..... ................ ....... ... .... .......... . 308 Lambda Chi Alpha .. .. ...................... ... ........ . 311 Phi Kappa Theta .................. ..... .......... .... .... 312 Pi Kappa Alpha ....... ........... .. ..... ....... ........... 315 Pi Kappa Phi ........ ........ .. .... ........... ........ ...... 316 Sigma Nu ... ...... ......... ................................ .. 318 Sigma Phi Epsilon ....... .. .......... .... ..... ..... .. ... 321 Sigma Pi ... ......................... .... ....... ........... .... 323 Sigma Tau Gamma .......... .... ....... ............... 324 Tau Kappa Epsilon .... ........... .... ... ..... ... ....... 326 Theta Xi .. .... .... .... .. ...... .. ...... ..... ... ............ .. ... 328 Triangl e ..... .. .... .... .. ..... ..... .... ......... ......... ... ... 330 Zeta Tau Alpha .......... .. ...... .. ....................... 333

Alpha Phi Omega ........ .......... ... ........ .......... 128 Alpha Sigma Mu ... .. .. .... .... .... .. ....... ..... ... .... 150 American Ceramic Society ......... .. .......... ... 157 American Foundrymen's Society .. ... ......... 157 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics ................................. 158 American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 159 American Institute of Mining Engineers ..... 160 American Society of Civil Engineers ........ 163 Arnold Air Society ....... .. ... ..... .......... ... .. ...... 131 Association for Computing Machinery .... . 164 Association for Married Students .. .. ...... .. . 131 AEG ... ... ... ... ................... .. ... ....... ... ...... ..... .... 164 Baptist Student Union ...................... ......... 144 Beta Chi Sigma .. ......... .... ..... .......... ............ 129 Blue Key ..... .. ..... ...... ...... .. ........ .......... .......... 128 Chinese Students Association ..... ....... ...... 147

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Circle K .. .................. ........ ... ... ........ ... .......... 129

Psychology Club .... .............. .. ..................... 135

Cycling Club .. .............. .... ...................... ...... 133

Publications Board ................ ...... .. ...... .... ... 121

C.L. Dake Society .. ........ ...... .. .... ........ ...... ... 165

Radio Station KMNR ...... .. ........................ .. 120

Daughters of Diana .............................. ...... 149

Rad io Club .................... .... .. ...... ...... ........ .. .. 135

Daughters of Lee .................... .................... 149

Ra iders ... ..... .... ..... ................ .. ................. .. .. 136

Economics Club .. ............ .................. ........ .. 133

Rock Climbing Club .... .. .............................. 138

Eta Kappa Nu ........ ................ .. .......... .... .. .... 151

Rollamo Board ............ .. .. .. .. .... .... ...... .. ...... .. 118

Federation of Latin American Students ... 147

Rollamo Photograph y Staff.. .......... .... ........ 120

Fellowship of Christian Athletes ...... .. ....... 144

Rugby Club ........ .. ............ .............. .. ...... .. ... 136

Fellowship of Christian UniversityS tudents144

Russian Club .. .. .................... .. ...... .. .. .. ........ 138

Gamma Alpha Delta .... .. .......... .. ................ 129

Sigma Gamma Tau ........ ............................ 154

GDI .. ......... ... .. .. ................................... ......... 126

Scuba Club .. .. ...................................... ...... . 1 37

DGI Board of Governors ........ .................... 127

Soccer Club .. ........ .. .... ........ .... .......... .. ........ 139

History Club .. ............................ .................. 134

Society of Petrole um Engineers ................ 161

IEEE ... .... ..... ..... .................................... ... ... .. 160

Society of Physics Students ...................... 166

India Association ...... ...................... .. .......... 148

Society of Women Engineers .... .. .. .. .... ...... 167

Institute of Traffic Engineers .... .... ...... ....... 165

Spelunkers Club ........ .. ...................... .. ....... 138

Intercollegia te Knights ............................... 130'

Sports Car Club .................... .... .. ................ 137

Intercollegia te Knights Auxiliary .......... .. ... 130

St. Pat's Board .. .............. .. .... ...................... 1 25

Kappa Kappa Psi .. ............ .............. ............ 143

Student Council .. .. .... ........ .......... .... .. .......... 124

Kappa Mu Epsilon ...... .... ...... .. .. .................. 151

Student Union Board .......... .. ........ ............. 122

Keramos ........................... .. ..... ......... ...... .... . 154

Tau, Beta Pi ................................................ . 155

Liahona Fellowship ........ ............................ 145

Tau Beta Sigma .. .... ............... .' .... .... .......... .. 143

Little Sisters of Lambda Chi Alpha .. ......... 148

Theatre Guild ................... ........ .. .. .. .... .... ..... 139

Little Sisters of Pi Kappa Alpha .......... ...... 149

Theta Tau .... .............. ................................ .. 156

"M" Club .............. ............ .... .. .... .. .............. 134

Turkish Association ...... .. .................... .... .... 148

Marching Minerettes ................................. 134

University Dames .. ........ ............................. 132

M etallurgy Society ........................ ............. 165

UMR Engineer M agazine ........... ............ .... 121

Miner Newspaper ........ .. ............................ . 121

UMR Miners Band .......... .. .. ............ .. ...... .. . 140

Omega Chi Epsilon ............................ .. ...... 154

Upsilon Pi Epsilon .................... .................. 152

Organi zation of Arab Students .... .. ........... 121

Waterpolo Club ................................ .... .. ..... 139

Pershing Rifles .. .......... .. .. .................. ......... 135

Wesley Foundation .. .................. ................ 146

Phi Eta Sigma ...................................... .. ..... 153

W.T. Shrenk Chemical Society ............. .. ... 167

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Editors Editor- in -Chief .. ........... David John Schepers Business Manager ... ... Leonard James Lutz Photography Editor ... ... Nicolaus P. Neumann Layout Editor .. ..... ..... ... Craig Sarkes Korkoian Sports Editors ........ ... ... David J. Schepers Activities Editor ... ...... .. Craig Sarkes Korkoian Living Units Editor .... ...Nicolaus P. Neumann Organizations Editor ... Paula J. Marcellus Seniors Editor ... ...... ... .. Michael DiNapoli Who's Who Editor ..... .. Mark S. Dolecki Queens Editor ..... ..... .... Kathy Veit

Specia l Credit s Faculty Advisor .. .. ..... ....... . Lance Williams Professional Photography .... .............. Stevens Studios Photography Assistance .. Ernest Gutierrez Technical Assistance ....... Paul Coram Ben Shipman Publisher ........................... Pischel Yearbooks, Inc. Rollamo Photography Staff ........ . Bob Adkins Kent Bagnall Alan Benson Ethan Chamberlain Jim Fleming Pat Glover Dave Heinrick Glenn Johney Jeff Johnson Jim Johnson Mark Lorenz Nic Neumann Larry Pitts Bill Schwamle Lenny Struttmann Gregg Sullivan Bob Welsh Jesse Yow Editorial Staff .......... .......... Mark Stangl Steve Dipple Larry Conners Jackie DuThorne Steve Pace Jeanne Achelpohl Mike Lueckenhoff Randy Armstrong Ed Gold Lammert Reynolds Stroble

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Editor's Note The 1975 Rollamo is a pictorial essay of the year the students here at UMR created . We on the Rollamo staff sincerely hope that we have captured every activity that occurred and have given credit to every organization on campus that contributed to the 1974-75 school year . If we have not, we are sorry, but we tried. I am extremely thankful to a few people without whom this yearbook would not be what it is. Dr. Lance Williams, who has been our advisor for several years, was very helpful in every aspect of the yearbook organization . I would especially like to thank him for his continued help when the work extended into the summer months. Thanks to Paul Coram for his help on the cover and for his new ideas, including the special effects. Thanks also to Ben Shipman who answered a lot of questions on the mechanics of laying out the book. And again we wish it to be known that without the help of Ernest Gutierrez, University Photograph er, a lot of the pictures in this book would not be there. I would like to thank all of those editors who stuck with their sections throughout the year and did them excellently. This includes Paula Marcellus, Mike DiNapoli, Mark Dolecki , and Kathy Veit . Unfortunate ly, four editors stepped down from their sections and others had to pick up their sections . Special thanks to Nic Neumann for taking the task of Living Units, and Craig Korkoian for taking Activities. They both did excellent jobs. The Sports section was left by the editor during finals week and I personally took it up. I am sorry that there is not more copy but it was just too late to attain it. Thanks to the coaches and Joanne in the Athletic Office for getting me what they could . I owe a great deal to th e photograph ic staff for a job w e ll done . Speci al thanks goes toNic Neumann for making sure that all the events were covered and to Mark Lorenz for doing most of the special effects. I am extremely grateful for having had the chance to be the editor of the Rollamo . It has been a challenging but a rewarding experience and I learned a lot. Thank you. David John Sch epers Editor- in-Chief

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