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1954

ill YORK COLLEGE YORK, I B R M l


STAFF OF 1954 MARATHON Editor ........................................ Patricia Chaney Associate E d it o r .................................... Jaralie Davis Business M a n a g er................................Darlene Lewis Associate Business M a n a g er.............Janet Wright Photographer ...................................... Richard Edie Art Editor .................................... William Bradley Faculty Advisor ......................... . Robert Evans


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VOIP.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Personnel Organizations Athletics Features

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TO WALTER E. BACHMAN


WE DEDICATE THE 1954 MARATHON

FOR YEARS OF SERVICE as a professor in Philosophy. In his classes many have found a philosophy for their own lives.

FOR YEARS OF SERVICE as Dean, being a friend and counselor to the many students who have sought his guidance in solving their numerous problems.

FOR YEARS OF SERVICE as President, helping our college through these years of indecision. We salute him for his efforts to make this a stronger York College.

FOR YEARS OF SERVICE in the interest of young people. We offer this book as a symbol of the appreciation we express to him from York College students, both past and present.

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THE

LIBRARY

GYMNASIUM

HULITT HALL


CAMPUS

THOMPSON HALL

TEMPORARY LABORATORY

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FINISHING AND FINALS


A . V . H ow land, President

FACULTY AND STAFF W alter E. Bachm an, Dean

G. T. Savery, Business M anager

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Clarence J. A ttig History

Esther Biays Dorm itory M atron

Irene Bachm an Speech

L orraine Casby History

R obert Evans E nglish

Lena G ilbert Dietitian

F.

F. Gross

C ollege Pastor

W illia m B. H eaden P hysical S cience

M yron L. H olm E ducation

James E. K oontz M usic

Jeannie L ow don E nglish

J. R . M cV ey Custodian

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C lifford J. M organ C lassical Languages

W illiam C. N oll B iologica l S cience

Gladys Pearson M usic

L ouis R achow Librarian

Edna L. Rankin M usic

Patricia Schm idt M usic

M able M . T hom as . B ook Store M anager

Z eld a W akelin M odern Languages

Joe W am pler M athem atics

M ary L ou W arner Secretary to the President

Deleth E. W eidler R elig ion

Duane W ilson P hysical E ducation

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CLASS OF â&#x20AC;&#x2122;54

JU ST F O R FU N

A rt G allegos, June Shields, and L ow ell Johnson play ping pong in the Student Union.

Our stay at York College is over but the friend­ ships we have made, the affection we feel for our Alma Mater, and the memories of the campus will never fade from our hearts. We must now face the challenge of the future. We will not soon be forgotten, nor will we soon forget.

Proof that the men in our class were the mightiest lies not only in the fact that they outnumbered the women four to one but they also led our class. Bob Voris was our President. Other officers were: Dale Smith, Vice-President; Dean Hollinger, Secretary; and Dick Alire, Treasurer. Tom Stone led the Student Council. June Shields was chosen Homecoming Queen.

R IC H A R D A L IR E

DONNA AN DERSON

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ROBERT BATTREAL


D E A N H O L L IN G E R O R A L E E L E W IS

R O Y BROTTON

A R TH U R G ALLEGO S

ALLEN H O LZW A R TH

L O W E L L JO H N S O N

E U G E N E L IT T L E R

N O R M A N M E N Z IE

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B E N IT O P E R R I D A L E S M IT H

BRUCE R A B U C K

JU N E SH IE L D S

TH O M AS STONE

E IL E E N T E IN E R T

B O B B Y V O R IS

W IL L IA M W O E L F L E

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CLASS OF ’55

A T EASE

Ram ona Burgett, R am ona W at­ kins, A n d y Peterson, and Glen Dirreen

We found that life as Juniors was busier than ever, for with another year came new duties, new activities, and new friends. Looking back, we can proudly praise some of our members for their accomplishments. Our class officers were Glen Dirreen, President; Morris Churchill, Vice-President; Ramona Watkins, Secretary; and Peter Neidl, Treasurer. At the football banquet two of our members reigned. Pete Neidl was Representative Football Man and Pat Chaney was Panther Sweetheart. In the field of music, Jo Heidrick and Diane Blauch sang in the girls’ trio, and Joyce King with her original piano solo “ Serenade to a Mouse” could hardly be forgotten. This year has been one of happy Christian fellowship. The symbols of York College have made their marks deep in our hearts. We are expectantly looking forward to a greater next year when we too may don those caps and gowns and take our places among the chosen few.

BETTY BRADBERRY

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D IA N E B L A U C H

RA M O N A BURGETT


PAT CHANEY

M O R R IS C H U R C H IL L

G LE N D IR R E E N

M A R J O R IE H A L L

D ORSEY LEVELL

W IL L IA M M cN E F F

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HOPE C LARK

GALE COOK

JO H E ID R IC K

JO Y C E K IN G

IR M A M E D L IN

A N D Y PETERSON

JACK TA TR O

R A M O N A W A T K IN S


STUFFED

SO PH O M O RES

Jerry

Johnson,

V irginia A tkinson, Janna W oelfle, H elen Teter

Half done. As we reach the middle of our college career we stop to look back over the past year. With Jari Davis as our president we really had a good year. Tom Kirby, vice-president; Marjorie Wilson, secretary; Duane Epp, treasurer made up the rest of our officers. Our big event was the Sophomore Reception “ Arabian Nights” . You could find our members in all campus activities. Darlene Lewis sang in the Girls’ Trio and Eva Jones was well known for her beautiful voice. But enough looking back. We’ve got two more years to look forward to.

M ARY ADAM S

V IR G IN IA A T K IN S O N

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iM R B A R A ^ B E A R N T H

M A R Y JO CO LSO N


J A R I D A V IS

S A M G IL L E T T B A R B A R A JA C O B S O N

CLARENCE DOUGLAS

DUANE EPP

M A X IN E F IC K E L

PETE GOM EZ

D IL L A R D G R IF F IT H

LA VON HOW LAND

G E R A L D JO H N S O N

E V A JO N E S

CAROLYN KELLY

T O M K IR B Y

D A R L E N E L E W IS

BOB L IN D E R H O L M

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A L B E R T PANEC P H Y L L IS R A B U C K M A R J O R IE W IL S O N

M A R IL Y N O A K

M A X IN E M IL L E R

ARTH U R MURDOCH

DON PO W ELL

R E T A P R IC E

JO Y C E S E A R S

HELEN TE TE R

DAVE TROTT

JU S T IN E W IC K H A M

JA N N A L E E W O E L F L E

JA N E T W R IG H T

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P R IC E


CLASS OF ’57

F R O S H F IX IT Ben W eaver, G erald W aller, Carolyn Ziem ke, D ixie N ichols

After we found that marking x’s on bricks or playing Paul Revere downtown was all part of college we began to really enjoy ourselves. Things were kind of new and different up here on the hill for us newcomers but we soon found our place. We elected Bill Bradley as our president and chose Jane Oak, Jean Phillips, and Bill Lawrence to help him as vice-president, secretary, and treasurer respectively. Bill Lawrence and Carolyn Ziemke were elected as cheerleaders. Now we too know why Y.C. “ just kinda gets under your skin” . We’ll be back next year to “ help” the freshmen get acquainted through Freshman Court.

CHARLES ALLEN

GLENDOLYN B A R TL E Y

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R A Y BATTREAL

AN N A BECKM AN


D O R O T H Y B IA Y S

B IL L B R A D L E Y

LLOYD BREKKE

D O Y L E C L IN K E N B E A R D

ELM ER COLEM AN

R IC H A R D E D IE

J E R R Y F IN L E Y

P A T H U M P H R IE S

F R A N K K IP P L E

B IL L L A W R E N C E

JO Y C E M IL E S

JO Y C E M O R G A N

D IX IE

JA N E O A K

N IC H O L S

D A Y L E P F E IF E R

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E M IL Y P F IS T E R


JE A N P H IL L IP S

SA LLY RO BERTS

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'N A D IN E W A T S O N

STEVE W AG N E R BEN W E A V E R

CAMERA SHY AL ROYBAL

DORETHA TAYLOR

S H IR L E Y W A L K U P

GERALD W ALLER

C H A R L E S W IC K H A M

CAROLYN

JIM E K A R T , S O P H O M O R E P E T E N E ID L , JU N IO R

S H IR L E Y

EDIE,

S P E C IA L S T U D E N T

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Z IE M K E

P H Y L L IS W O E L F L E , S P E C IA L ST U D E N T


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CAMPUS AND CLUBS 25


T om Stone P resident

R ow 1: J. W oefle, E. Jones, D, Lewis, T. Stone, P. Chaney, J. Shields, J. K ing, R ow 2 : D. P feifer, B. R abu ck, Dr. W , C. N oll, F aculty A dvisor, M . M iller, G. Dirreen.

Functioning as a House of Representatives with all student or­ ganizations represented is the Student Council. With Tom holding the gavel many things were accomplished this year. One of the biggest projects they undertook was the float “ Home for Christmas” in the York Christmas parade. Most of the work was behind the scenes and little recognition given to the members, yet the feeling of a job well done was sufficient reward.

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“ Deadline tonight.” These familiar words mean that soon another “ Sandburr” will appear. The paper is the baby of the Press Guild, an organization of the staff. The Editor was Joyce King and her able assistants were Diane Blauch and Bar­ bara Bearnth, Feature Editors, Eva Jones, News Editor, and Dillard Griffith, Sports Editor. T H E E D IT O R S B. Bearnth, E. Jones, J. K ing, D, Blauch, D. G riffith,

M E E T IN G

THE

D E A D L IN E

J.

K in g,

E

Jones, B. B radberry, V . A tkinson, Jeanne Low don, F aculty A dvisor, E. Colem an, L. John son, G. Johnson, B. Bearnth, J. W ickh am , M W ilson, D. Lewis, S. G illett, D. Blauch, D G riffith, J. W right.

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R ow 1: C. Ziem ke, J. K ing, S. R oberts, P. H um phries, D. N ichols, J. P hillips, P. Chaney. R ow 2 : P. R abu ck, C. K elly, I. M edlin, J. M iles, M . Colson, D. Biays, D. Lewis, S. W alkup, B. B radberry, M rs. A ttig. R ow 3: J. Sears, J. W right, J. W ickh am , V . A tkinson, H. Teter, J. Davis, L. H ow land, E. Jones, 0 . Lewis, M . M iller, M . Oak. R ow 4 : M . W ilson, N. W atson, E. P fister, M . Adam s, A . B eckm an, J. W oelfle, J. Oak, J. Shields, R. W atkins, H. Clark, J. M organ, M . F ickel.

YOUNG WOMEN’ S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION YOUNG MEN’ S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION R ow 1: D. Clinkenbeard, A . Peterson, D. A lire, B. W o e lfle , M r. W am pler, A . Panec, G. Dirreen, B. Lawrence. R o w 2 : T . K irby, G. W aller, S. Gillett, D. G riffith, C. W ick h am , D. H ollinger, W . P rice. R ow 3 : D. P ow ell, E. Colem an, S. W agner, C. A llen, B. Bradley, J. Johnson, B. P erri, A . M urdoch , D. Trott.

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Meeting as a group of students who have given their lives for Christian service, this is the largest campus organ­ ization. It is a common sight to see a carload of students go to some church as a gospel team. Christmas carolling is an annual function of L.W.R.

G IR L S â&#x20AC;&#x2122; T R IO D. B lauch, J. H eidrick, D. Lewis, and J. K ing.

LIFE WORK RECRUITS

R ow 1: I. M edlin, B. B radberry, D. Lewis, D. Biays, J. M iles, M . F ick el, E. Jones, P. H um phries, S. R oberts, D. N ichols. R o w 2 : P. Chaney, H. T eter, J. W oelfle, M . Adam s, A . Beckm an, J. Davis, M . W ilson , L. H ow land, H. Clark, J. M organ, J. Shields, R. W atkins, 0 . Lewis. R ow 3 : D, P ow ell, G. W aller, A . Peterson, D. C linkenbeard, T . K irby, E. Colem an, S. W agner, C. A llen, B. Bradley, G. Johnson, B. Perri, A . M urdoch , D. Trott, B.

Lawrence.

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R ow

1:

B.

M cN e ff,

J.

Johnson,

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Lewis, K . K elly. R o w 2 : B. Bradley, D. N ichols, G. Bartley, J. Davis. R ow 3: J. W ickham , D. B lauch, D. Smith, P. Chaney, C. W ickham .

R ow 1: R . W atkins, 0 . Lewis, D. A nderson, P. H um phries, J. K ing. R ow 2: M. Oak, J. W right, B. W oelfle, B. Bradley, J. H eidrick, J. W oelfle. R ow 3: G. Littler, B. M cN eff, T. Stone, D. G riffith, A . Peterson, D. Smith.

PEP BAND

CHAPEL CHOIR

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B ill Lawrence

OUR CHEERLEADERS

R am ona Burgett

Carolyn Ziem ke

Darlene Lewis

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M IG H T Y M E N R. A lire, B. V oris, B. R abu ck, D. G riffith, S. Gillett, N. M enzie, G. C ook, P. N eidl, T. Stone,

Y CLUB

PANTHER CLUB P O G IS O N T H E LO O S E D. Lewis, R . Burigett, P.

H um phries,

B.

G.

Littler,

W eaver, A . Peterson, J. Shields.

The Y

Club is really recognized

around the campus with their blue sweat­ ers and white Y ’s. These are the men who have lettered in football, basket­ ball, tennis, and track. Under the hand of Gene Littler the Panther Club was busy with Homecom­ ing and the Football Banquet. They put in a lot of hard work on the queen’s float for the Homecoming Parade.

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HORSEBACK RIDING

VOLLEYBALL

W A A

Every Tuesday evening the Gym takes on a feminine appearance as the Woman’s Athletic Association meets to tumble, play volleyball, basketball, or some other sport. Working on a point system, this organization also en­ courages outside sport activities.

R ow 1: S. R oberts, J. P hillip s, J. Davis, R . Burgett, R ow 2 : I. M edlin , D. N ichols, J. Shields, R . W atkins, P. Chaney, J. Sears, J. H eid rick. R o w 3 : M . F ickel, M . Colson, M . H all, D. T aylor, J. M organ, D. A nderson.

TUMBLING

MILLER SEED AND SUPPLY CO.

YORK DAILY NEWS TIMES 33


A CAPPELLA CHOIR

ITINERARY

Thurs. Mar. 25 Denver, Colorado Fri. Mar. 2 6 .............................. Salt Lake City, Utah Sat. Mar. 27 ..................................................... Travel Sun. Mar. 28 Sacramento, California Sun. Mar. 28 . . Lodi, California Mon. Mar. 29 Oakland, California Tues. Mar. 3 0 .......................... Riverdale, California Wed. Mar. 31 Porterville, California Thurs. Apr. 1 Santa Ana, California Fri. Apr. 2 ................... San Bernardino, California Sat. Apr. 3 ................... Pomona Youth for Christ Sun. Apr. 4 ................................ Pomona, California Sun. Apr. 4 ...................... LosAngeles, California Sun. Apr. 4 ..................... Long Beach, California Mon. Apr. 5 San Diego, California Tues. Apr. 6 Torrance, California Wed. Apr. 7 Riverside, California Thurs. Apr. 8 . . . Ontario, California Fri. Apr. 9 Los Angeles, California Sat. Apr. 10 Rest Sun. Apr. 11 Los Angeles, California Sun. Apr. 1 1 ............................. Anaheim, California Sun. Apr. 11 Whittier, California Mon. Apr. 1 2 ........................... Williams, Arizona Tues. Apr. 1 3 ................. Albuquerque, New Mexico Wed. Apr. 14 . . . . Mullenville, Kansas Sun. Apr. 18 Home Concert

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James E. K oontz, D irector, R o w 1: M . Oak, B. Jacobson, J. W right, R . W atkins, D. Blauch, H . T eter, J. W ickham , J. Oak, E. P fiester, P. H um phries, L. H ow land, D. A nderson, J. K ink. R ow 2 : M . W ilson , R . Burgett, M . F ick el, E. Jones, J. Davis, M . M iller, 0 . Lewis, P. Chaney, J. H eid rick, J. W oelfle, P. W oelfle, D. Biays, J. P hillips, D. Lewis. R ow 3 : B. V oris, B. M cN eff, S. Gillett, T. Stone, A. Peterson, B. P erri, D.

P feifer, G. Johnson, B. W eaver, B. Lawrence. R o w 4 : G. Littler, M . Churchill, G. Dirreen, F. K ip p le,

C.

W ickh am , B.

Bradley, D. G riffith, D. H ollin ger, B. W oelfle, D. Smith.

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IT WAS A YEAR FOR

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PLAYING AND PEP TOWLE MOTOR

THE TREASURE HOUSE 37


FOOTBALL

Duane W ilson

T om Stone

C oach

A ssistant Coach

Pete N eidl Captain

Football 1953 brought a new coach to the York College campus. As the season got under way, the inexperience of the team began to show and as time progressed this was a deciding factor in the Panther season. Traveling to Dakota Wesleyan for the season opener the team suffered a 57-0 defeat. Kansas Tech. handed the Pan­ thers their first home defeat as they rolled up a 25-0 score. Homecoming fans were disappointed to see Y.C. lose to Sioux Falls by a score of 27-0. Again taking the road and playing on a wet, unsodded field the team went down before St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s of the Plains 33-0. To finish the season the Panthers again met Kansas Tech and playing on even terms but missing the breaks gave up hopes of a win with an 18-0 set-back.

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E.

Coleman

Tackle

J. Tatro

N. M enzie

Back

Back

G. C ook B ack

F.

K ip p le End

ROGERS SHOE CO.

BARRETT-MONISMITH MEN’S CLOTHING ■39


D. Smith

D. A lire

A . Peterson

cen ter

tackle

back R . Battreall end

S. G illett ta ckle

B.

V oris

back

L. Brekke end

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V . Valdez back

A . R oybal end

A . P anec

D. G riffith

D. H ollin ger

A . M urdoch

guard

guard

guard

guard

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P. Gom ez

D. A lire

BASKETBALL Facing the 1953 season with Jim Ekart the only return足 ing letterman, the team found long hours of training neces足 sary to overcome the handicap of inexperience. Losing Tom Stone and Gale Cook through injuries at midseason had some effect on the team, but with the new semester came several new members. Not evident in the final scores is the fine spirit displayed by the Panthers.

B. W o e lfle

L. Brekke

D. H ollin ger

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D. A lire

G.

C ook

D. H ollin ger

GEIGER ELECTRIC CO. 42


G. C ook

B. Perri

C.

W ickh am

D. Epp

“ LET’S GO, BIG TE A M !”

GEIGER ELECTRIC CO.

HILDER JEWELRY CO. 43


N. M enzie

J. Ekart

G. Dirreen

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J. T atro


C.

W ickh am

M r. Evans, B. R abu ck , C. W ickh am , N. M enzie, A . Peterson, D. A lire.

TENNIS

D. G riffith

TRACK

N. M enzie D.

A lire G.

C ook

DRESDEN WHOLESALE

YORK BLDG. AND LOAN ASSOC. 45


IT WAS A YEAR FOR

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FOR

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FEATURES AND FUN 47


JANNA LEE WOELFLE

MAY QUEEN

HOMECOMING QUEEN


PATRICIA CHANEY

PANTHER SWEETHEART

PETER NEIDL

REPRESENTATIVE FOOTBALL MAN

MEEHAN’S

BAER & CO. 49


ORA LEE LEWIS

REPRESENTATIVE WOMAN WHO’ S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES


DEAN HOLLINGER

REPRESENTATIVE MAN

THOMAS STONE

WHO’ S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

BOYER DRUG CO.

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F oolish F rosh

P aul R evere

One W orld

PANTHER

PORTRAITS

F aculty O peration

H allow een

Ellen

Y . W . T ea

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T he Tram ps


H er M ajesty

. . and then there’s classes”

“ Seeds o f S u sp icion ”

F igh t ’em T eam

. . . they cam e and w orshipped Him

“ C alifornia or Bust”

“ A rabian N ights”

MEAD LUMBER CO.

YORK MOTEL 53


STUDENT DIRECTORY Adam s, M ary, S oph om ore, W a co, N ebrask a ;

Y W C A , LW R.

Choir, L W R , W A A , Y W C A , S oph om ore Class P resident, M A R ­

A lire, R ichard , S en ior, P etaca, N ew M e x ic o ; chem istry-m athe-

A T H O N , Press G uild, W A A Sec.

m atics, Y Club, Y M C A V . Pres., S en ior Class Treasurer.

Dirreen,

A llen , Charles, Freshm an, U nionville, M issou ri; L W R , Y M C A .

Junior Class President, Student C oun cil, Y M C A .

A nderson, Donna, S enior, Y ork , N ebrask a ; m usic, A C appella C hoir, W A A , Y W C A . A tkinson,

V irgin ia,

S oph om ore,

H arlem ,

M on tan a ;

Glen,

Junior,

Olm itz, K an sas;

A

D irreen, Justine W ickh am , S oph om ore, Beloit, K an sas; A Cap­

YW CA,

Douglas, C larence, S oph om ore, W ilsey, Kansas.

Bartley, G lendolyn, F reshm an, E sbon, K an sas; L W R , Y W C A , Band.

E die, P aul, S pecial, W a co, N ebraska ; Pres., Band, S A N D B U R R .

Battreall, R obert, S en ior, Y ork , N ebraska.

E die, R ichard , F reshm an,

B eam th, Barbara S oph om ore, Y ork , N ebraska ; P resident, S A N D B U R R , Y W C A . B eckm an, YW CA.

A nna,

F reshm an,

Great

Falls,

Y

C lub.

Denver,

C olora d o;

Press G uild

M ARATHON,

E die, Shirley, Special, W a co, N ebraska ; Y W C A . Ekart, Jim , S oph om ore, Y ork , Nebraska.

M ontana;

LW R,

E pp, Duane, S oph om ore, Y ork , N ebraska ; Y M C A , S oph om ore Class Treasurer.

Bell, Darrel, Freshm an, R ussell, Kansas.

F ick el,

Choir, W A A P resident, L W R , Y W C A .

A

A lp h a P si O m ega V.

S A N D B U R R , P lay P rod u ction Staff, Y M C A .

Biays, Dorothy, Freshm an, Russell, K an sas; A C appella Choir, LW R, YW CA. Blauch, Diane, Junior, Y ork , N ebrask a ;

Choir,

p ella Choir, S A N D B U R R , W A A , Y W C A , Press G u ild, A lph a P si Om ega.

A C appella Choir, S A N D B U R R .

Battreall, R aym ond, F reshm an, Lushton, N ebraska;

C appella

M axine,

S oph om ore,

Chanute, K an sas;

A

C appella

Finley, Jerry, Freshm an, W a co, N ebraska.

C appella Choir,

G allegos, A rthur, Senior, A ntonito, C o lora d o; speech and his­

Press G uild, S A N D B U R R , Y W C A .

tory, P lay P rod u ction Staff.

Blauch, Glenda, S pecial, Y o rk , N ebraska.

G eorge, L ois Joan, S pecial, Y ork , N ebraska.

B radberry, Betty, Junior, A rkansas City, K an sas; L W R , Press

Gillett, Sam uel, S oph om ore, E sbon, K an sas; A C appella Choir,

G uild, S A N D B U R R , W A A , Y W C A .

L W R , Press G u ild, S A N D B U R R , Y C lub, Y M C A .

B radley, W illiam , F reshm an, E dm on d, K an sas;

A

C appella

Gom ez, P edro, S oph om ore, Santa F e, N ew M ex ico.

C hoir, Y M C A , S A N D B U R R , L W R , M A R A T H O N .

G riffith, D illard, S oph om ore, B roken Bow , N ebrask a ; A C ap­

Braun, W esley, Freshm an, H enderson, N ebraska.

pella Choir, L W R , Press G uild, S A N D B U R R , Y C lub, Y M C A .

B rekke, L loyd, F reshm an, Bozem an, M on tan a ; L W R .

H all, M arjorie, Junior, W ich ita , K an sas;

Briney, M elvin, S pecial, Y ork , N ebraska.

LW R, W AA, YW CA.

B rotton, R oy, S en ior, Salina, K an sas; tion Staff.

H am m ar, L eonard, S pecial, Y ork , N ebraska.

history, P lay P ro d u c­

A

C appella Choir,

Halstead, Jim , S pecial, Y ork , N ebraska.

Burgett, Ram ona, Junior, Beverly, K en tu ck y ; A C appella Choir, Panther C lub, L W R , W A A .

H eid rick , Jo, Junior, V irgil, K an sas; A C appella Choir, W A A . H ollin ger, Dean, S enior, R ussell, K an sas; history, A C appella

Chaney, Pat, Junior, W hittier, C aliforn ia ; A C appella Choir,

Choir, Y Club, Y M C A , L W R .

M A R A T H O N E ditor, L W R , Student C ou n cil V. Pres., W A A , Y W C A V. Pres., Press Guild.

H olzwarth, A llen , Senior, G lendive, M on tan a ; m athem atics.

C hurchill, M orris, Junior, C hoir, Y M C A .

H ow land,

L oveland,

C o lo ra d o;

A

H oudersheldt, Elvira, S pecial, S helby, N ebraska.

C appella

Lavon, S oph om ore,

Y ork ,

N ebrask a ;

A

C appella

Choir, L W R , Y W C A .

Clark, H ope, Junior, D um ont, Io w a ; W A A , A lp h a P si Om ega,

H um phries,

L W R , Press G u ild, S A N D B U R R , Y W C A P rogram Chairm an.

W A A , A C appella Choir, Panther Club.

C linkenbeard, D oyle, N um a, Io w a ; L W R , Y M C A .

Jacobson,

Colem an, Elmer, F reshm an, D uke Center, P ennsylvania; L W R .

C appella Choir, Y W C A .

Colson, M ary Jo, S oph om ore, Daw son, N ebraska ; W A A , L W R , YW CA.

Johnson, Gerald, S ophom ore, P erkins, O k lah om a ; A C appella

Pat, Freshm an, Salina, K an sas;

Barbara, S oph om ore,

C entral

City,

LW R, YW CA, N ebraska ;

A

Johnson, Gayle, Freshm an, A gra, Kansas.

C ook, Gale, Junior, P alm er, N ebraska.

Choir, L W R , Band, Press G u ild, S A N D B U R R , Y M C A .

C ounter, M rs. T h eo. R ., S pecial, Y ork , N ebraska

Johnson, L ow ell, S enior, Scotia, N ebraska ; A m erican history,

Davis, Jari, S oph om ore, R e d

C loud, N ebraska:

A

CaDDella

L W R , Press G uild, S A N D B U R R .

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Johnson, R eta

P rice,

S oph om ore,

M ullinville, K an sas;

Sec.

P feifer, Dayle, Freshm an, P ow ell, N ebraska ; A C appella Choir, L W R , Student C oun cil, Y M C A .

T reas. o f L W R , P lay P rod u ction S taff, Y W C A . Jones, Eva, S oph om ore, Genoa, N ebrask a ; A C appella Choir, L W R , Press G uild, S A N D B U R R , Sec. o f Y W C A .

P fister, Em ily, Freshm an, Y ork, N ebrask a ; A C appella Choir, YW CA.

K elley, Y vonne, F reshm an, D annebrog, N ebraska.

P hillip s, Jean, Freshm an, Tulsa, O k lah om a ; A C appella Choir,

K elly , C arolyn, S oph om ore, M ankato, K an sas; L W R , Y W C A ,

Sec. o f Freshm an Class, W A A , Y W C A .

W AA.

P ow ell, D on, S oph om ore, Iola, K an sas; Y M C A .

K in g, Joyce, Junior, Great Bend, K an sas; A C appella Choir,

P rice, W alter, Junior, M ullinville, K an sas; L W R , Y M C A .

L W R , S A N D B U R R , Press G u ild, Y W C A .

R abu ck , B ruce, S enior, C oon R apids, Io w a ;

K ip ple, Frank, Freshm an, L ong Island, K an sas; A

C appella

B iology, Treas.

o f Student C oun cil, Y C lub.

C hoir, Panther C lub, Y C lub, Y M C A .

R abu ck, P hyllis, S oph om ore, S a lin a ; Y W C A .

K irby , Thom as, S oph om ore, P erkins, O k lah om a ; Y M C A , G os­

R oberts, Sally, Freshm an, Iola, K an sas; L W R , S A N D B U R R ,

p el team chairm an o f L W R , Soph. Class V . Pres.

Press G u ild, W A A , Y W C A .

L aw rence, W illia m , F reshm an, Kansas City, K an sas; A C ap­

R oy bal, A l, F reshm an, Santa Fe, N ew M e x ic o ; Y Club.

pella Choir, L W R , Y M C A , F reshm an Class Treasurer.

R utherford , R obert, S oph om ore, Central City, N ebraska.

Levell, Dorsey, Junior, B ynum ville, M issou ri; L W R .

Sears, Joyce, S oph om ore, B ynum ville, M issou ri;

Levell, M ary A nn, F reshm an, B ynum ville, M issouri.

Choir, W A A , Y W C A .

Lewis, Darlene, S oph om ore, C oncordia, K an sas;

A

C appella

A

Cappella

Shields, June, S enior, Parsons, K an sas; R elig ion , L W R , W A A ,

C hoir, L W R , P anther C lub, M A R A T H O N , Press G uild, Y W C A .

Y W C A , Student C ouncil, Panther Club.

Lewis, Ora Lee, S en ior, C oncordia, K an sas; m usic, A C appella

Sm ith, Dale, S enior, Y ork, N ebrask a ; A C appella Choir, Senior

Choir, B an d, L W R , Y W C A .

Class V . Pres., Y Club.

Linderholm , R obert, Junior, Y ork ,

N ebraska ;

SANDBURR,

Smith, Justina, Special, Y ork , Nebraska.

Press Guild.

Stark, Charles, Sophom ore, M acksville, Kansas.

Littler, E ugene, S enior, L a Crosse, K an sas;

speech, A

C ap­

Stone, T om , Senior, A ntigo, W is co n sin ; E uropean H istory, A

p ella Choir, L W R , Y M C A .

C appella Choir, Student C ou n cil P resident, Y C lub, Y M C A .

M cN e ff, W illia m , S en ior, P alm er, N ebraska ; chem istry, A C ap­

T atro, Jack, Junior, Y ork , N ebraska ; Basketball.

p ella Choir, Band, L W R , Y M C A .

T aylor,

M edlin , Irm a, Junior, U nion ville, M isso u ri; A C appella Choir,

W AA, YW CA. T eter, H elen, S ophom ore, H arlem , M on tan a ; A C appella Choir,

W AA, YW CA, LW R.

Doretha,

Freshm an,

San

D iego,

C aliforn ia ;

M enzie, N orm an, S enior, L in coln , N ebrask a ; m athem atics, and

P residen t o f L W R , Y W C A .

chem istry, Y C lub Pres., Y M C A .

T einert, E ileen, Senior, Y ork , N ebrask a ; U .S. H istory.

LW R,

M iles, Joyce, F reshm an, Tulsa, O k lah om a; L W R , Y W C A .

Trott, David, Junior, Lam ar, K an sas; L W R , Y M C A .

M iller, M axine, S oph om ore, Cheyenne, W y o m in g ; A C appella

V aldez, V aldam ar, F reshm an, A n ton io, C o lora d o; F ootball.

Choir, Y W C A , W A A , L W R .

V og t, Larry, F reshm an, D annebrog, Nebraska.

M organ, C lifford , S pecial, Y ork , N ebraska. M organ, Joyce, Freshm an,

Omaha,

V oris, B obby , Senior, R iverdale, C a liforn ia ; Speech.

N ebraska;

Band, L W R ,

YW CA, W AA. M urdoch , A rthur, S oph om ore, T ilden , N ebraska ;

LW R

W agner,

Stephen,

Freshm an,

L ongm ont,

C o lora d o;

YMCA. W alku p , Shirley, Freshm an, Y ork , N ebraska ;

P ro ­

LW R,

YW CA.

je c t Chairm an, Y M C A .

W aller, Gerald, Freshm an, D ensm ore, Kansas.

N eidl, Peter, Junior, A n tig o, W is co n sin ; Junior Class T reas­

W alsh, M rs. Frances, S pecial, H am pton, Nebraska.

urer, Y C lub Sgt. at A rm s.

W atkins, R am ona, Junior, Y ork , N ebraska; A C appella Choir,

N ichols, D ixie, Freshm an, Iola, K an sas; L W R , Press G uild,

Junior Class Sec., L W R , Y W C A , W A A . W atson, N adine, Freshm an, B ened ict, N ebrask a ; Press G uild,

W AA , Y W C A , SANDBURR. Oak, Jane, F reshm an, P enalosa, K an sas; A

C appella Choir,

S A N D B U R R , Y W C A , P lay P rod u ction Staff.

W A A , L W R , Y W C A , F reshm an Class V . Pres.

W eaver, Ben, Freshm an, Sapulpa, Oklahom a.

Oak, M arilyn, S oph om ore, Penalosa, K an sas; A C appella Choir,

W ickh am ,

W AA. P anec, A lbert, S oph om ore, DuBois, N ebraska ; Y C lub, Y M C A .

C hoir, Band, Y M C A . W ilson , M arjorie, S oph om ore, S ed gw ick , K an sas; A C appella

P erri, B enito, S enior, Ontario, C a lifo rn ia ; E uropean H istory,

C hoir, Y W C A , L W R , S A N D B U R R , Press G uild. W o e lfle , Janna Lee, S oph om ore, L oveland, C olora d o; A Cap­

A C appella Choir, L W R , Y M C A . Peterson,

A ndrew ,

Junior,

Scotia,

N ebraska ;

A

Charles,

Freshm an,

B eloit,

K an sas;

A

C appella

p ella C hoir, Y W C A , P resident, L W R , Student C ouncil.

C appella

C hoir, L W R , Panther C lub, Y C lub, Y M C A .

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W o e lfle , P hyllis, S p ecial, A ttica, K an sas; A C appella Choir. W o e lfle , W illia m , S en ior, Ovid, C o lo ra d o; E nglish, A C appella C h oir, Y M C A Pres., P lay P rod u ction Staff. W righ t, Janet, S oph om ore, B enedict, N ebraska ; A C ap pella C hoir, Y W C A , S A N D B U R R , M A R A T H O N , Press G uild. Ziem ke, Carolyn, F reshm an, W a co, N ebraska ; Y W C A .

The staff of the 1954 MARATHON wishes to express its appreciation to those who made this year­ book possible. We especially want to thank Dr. Walter E. Bachman and Dr. A. V. Howland for their help when the going was a little tough, Gale Studio for their patience with a particular Editor, Bernie Sheehe of Jostenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and all our advertisers.

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