Adrian College - Mound Yearbook (Adrian, MI)

 - Class of 1986

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Editor ............. Photography Editor .... Sports ............. FacuItylAdministration CIubslOrganizations . Campus Events ..... Seniors ....... Ads . . . Advisor .... THE MOUND 1986 . . . Edye Parker . . Tim Swanson . .Joe Fitzgerald . . . .Kathy Shaw . . . Janet U'Ren Maureen Manion . . . . Sue Agosti Debbie Lange ....P.J.Lund . . .Fred Eaton As Sun Sets, Work Begins for A.C. Students , H6 As the sun disappears into the night sky, most people drive home from work to have dinner with their families. The day is over, the time to relax has finally come. The work continues, however, for Adrian College students. The fight against the clock begins. Tests approach, papers are due, there is no relaxing during the week for most. The library begins to fill, and students settle down to study. Top Left: Martha Gonzalez, still smiles even after hours of study in the library. Top Right: At 10 p.m., Julie Bow fights the clock to get her work done before the library closes at 11:00. Middle: A few last glimpses of pink in the evening sky can be seen behind the chapel. Middle Left: Freshman Lisa Droste settles in for a long evening. Above: A.C. students profit from quietness in the Cargo room. Above Right: Celeste Allen puts some finishing touches on a program in the library computer room. 2 Opening if i I Q xx E' Top Left: Van Johnson works his shift at the library desk. Top Right: Tired, but happy, Robin Fiieger recopies her class notes. Left: Tables in the back of the library offer a perfect refuge for Louis Piszker, Above: This plant hanger is seen nightly through the library window. lts likeness to a noose is a good metaphor to students who are about to study. Opening 3 fs ...L,..., -1 rx, fm li 4 Opemng Aw-..-...,. an?" Aww 'P ,mf S X ,, Q, .ak If , -5 1 ,f . 1' 55 Q..,,-N Opening 5 Whether majoring in biology, business, English, or anything else, most of an average student's future. Middle Right: Senior Jackie Kruczek watches soap operas in the afternoon to find out, 'ls there life after Learn to Live, Live to Learn time is devoted to preparing for the , 4 9 Looe.. A JMB!!! Q eww, 4 i -4 QED' Top: WVAC D.J. Mike Barker is on the air, Middle Left: Melody Seebeck is thrilled with her homework. Adrian? Right: Michelle Crowley demonstrates that comfort is 5 the key to successful studying. 6 Opening Kill ,,,,.,. -nf I 'Mn i XA , JVEFV nhl 'Nu Left: The smile on Kelly Stutzs face suggests that she isn't listening to a lecture. Below: Armed with his blue highlighter. Chris Zachary attacks his homework. Below Left: C. VV. Banfielo, Eric Hanson, and Sean Cotter. make Studying a group effort. Bottom Lett: Third floor Estes womens bathroom offers a scenic escape from studying. Bottom Right: Chuck Collins pauses for a drink while Scott Suriano patiently waits. 'R i I A iff' I J W mi. , 3 i QV' 1 W 5' N g r if Q. ,l- - .I Opening 7 8 Opening Opening 9 Time to Unwind Weekends are a good time to unwind and relax They offer a break from the pressure of tests and responsibilities Whether a student plans to watch t v or socialize around campus Top: Senior Nancy Olmedo tells tales of her four years at Adrian. Right: Cynders DiSalvo always shows up prepared. Far Right: Motown music blares out of Margaret McShane's room every weekend. Bottom Left: Freshman Lisa Droste displays some souvenirs an upperclass friend gave her. Bottom Flight: Seniors Sue Agosti and Jackie Kruczek observe a game of quarters. 10 Opening s in gg Millet i W i eff wil, ' - wivni. ' N I iv Q i X 1 X ' i g 5 ' Y ,1f-"' ' ia.-at 270m ii.f,"" si lg 'Vt 'i .M-Q, 'QM Left: Senioritis strikes Jackie Kruczek early second semester. Middle Left: Tracy McDonald and Jean Rzucildo partake in doorway socializing. Middle Right: C. W. Banfield discovers that phone calls are a great way to put off homework. Bottom Left: Mike Perez plays pooi in Estes basement. Bottom Right: A stroll through Estes with a special friend brings a smile to Nancy Bowman's face. f x ii" I '!.....v' Opening 11 E I Opening A ,V Wm .vb- ff LZWM- f , Opening 13 Below: T. C. Bulldog flexes his muscles at the Homecoming game. Middle Left: Homecoming King and Queen, Jeff DeBest and Sue Agosti. Middle Right: Cheerleaders fire up the crowd, while T.C. helps, Bottom Left: Coach Labadie and the football team watch the game in silence. Bottom Right: Adrian football fans still show their support, despite rainy weather. r , a . .A .Six Visage- Q X bl dtex j, ,fu X 1.5221 If , ,, nf 9 -' .gh W, V 3'a,gN.,,,,, , Top Left: Charlie Erikson watches a basketball game. Top Right: The basketball team prepares for a game, Rf Above Left: New England Patriots fan, Charlie Otlewski posts anti-Bears signs three days before the Super Bowl. Above Right: Sherri Lee shoots at a women's basketball practice. Opening 15 16 Opening -Cu Q' f,, gggngigf in A , f-+,,.r-,. ,W .vi 5 .. 1'.-2...-f Al1ft1n U W M? A MA Qeninrz Tamara L. Aa'am.r Sharon R. Aghahahian Pfyrhology Fafhion Defign F Timothy L. Allen Swan L. Agofti Bur. Admin.-Management SpeerhfBroadoaJting Barharaj. Anderfon Michael D. Anderfon Ahdnl A. Arfhaa' Kevin W. Bahcork Interior Defign SpeerhfBroadcafling Bur. Admin.-Manage1nentfEronofnicJ Mathe1natirffConzpnter Scienre Cafsanclraj. Baker Charlef W. Banfield Biology Poli. SfienfefHiJtoryfEfonomicJ 18 Seniors 50 ' 'f55Zl5: I :fs Margaret McShane and Paul Ruesch smile with success of e , 1,1 . W H+ Q 4 Q W W K "We, Adrian College girls, are number one!" - Lori Vettes, fI'ina Martishius Mifloelle Bobik Steven W. Bob! Bm. Admin.-Marketing Soo.-Antlzro.fCrirninal-jurtice 7""Z3 Swan H. Bartlett Elementary Edueation Carolyn M. Bernbeek Bur. Admin.-Marketing Deborah A. Blafk Elementary Education X Karen L. Boilore Bufineff Adfniniflration Andrew F. Blugerrnan Afrounlanfy Brian C. Bondarenko Blu. Aa'o1in.-Management Seniors 19 in rr. Bii. Mark S. Boranac Sandra L. Brennernan Diane M. Brown Teri A. Bruce Blu. Admin.-Marketing Bw. Admin.-Marketing Mallvematirf Pfyehology Vincent H. Buzolitx Rita T. Byrne Krifline K. Conley Kevin M. Cole Bm. Admin.-Marketing BiologyfCberniJtry Mathematic! SpeeehfBroadea.rting The three musketeersg Karen Pilarski, Mary Coughlin, Laurie Mary R. Coaghlin Michele R. Croly Gould. Biology Interior Derign 20 Seniors julie Cammingf Anita M. Danrer Laura A. Daoif Deborah A. Dean Home Eronomiff Buxineu Adminixlralion Bm. Admin.-Management Home Efonomirf 'ie L 61 f"t-LW L I1 ,'kl'.5 ' . 4 .. t, s ati ws' jeffrey A. DeBe.ft Tom DeYoang Bw- Admin--Mdfl2ffiHglHif10o Aff Carmen Hunter and Val Seaburn show us what seniors do best RELAX! fe-.s Mr Craigj. Doorjf Doaglar A. Daman Mifbael G. Farrell Matt Fiflwer Biology Bafineff AzlminiJtralionfArt Bar. Admin.-Management Polilifal Sfienre Seniors 21 A YS? Exif, Sherrie K. Fiflaer Tboinaf G. Fifber Elernenfary Eilufalion Blu, Admin.-Management in Timothy R. Flanagan jill A. Fortner SUS AQOSU is in One of hef Hpaffyiflg moods" again! Bm. Admin.-Management FrenfbfBuJ. Admin.-Managernenl Vcsi X: ,,,1V 4 ? Swan E. Frei Gianfarlo R. Galliani Gabriella L. Garlofk Laurie A. Gonlcl Polizifal Sfienre Engliila-Wriling Engliyla- Wriling Bialagy 22 Seniors "What do you mean? This senior meeting isn't boring," says Aff01w1df1fy Aff0'4"f4WJ' C.W. Andrew M. Growden Gary S. Guidof Miehael Harriott Cheryl L. Harrif Karl Hartman Kimberly M. Heekert Speerl2fBroadeaJling Cbemiftry Elementary Edueation Elementary Edufation v- -. gn. K , A-ff me K , sw , ' , .. , f t -if V 4 . ,xt ,, J. i i i v Gary Houfteau Peferj. Hoyof Mazhemazim EfonomifffPolitiral Seienee Kris Rouker Smiles despite the bitter cold. . A Q, ,Ol f if l Seniors 23 , 1. a . x 4 . Doaglaf M. Huelginf Carmen M. Hunter Mary B.jar11iJ Erin M. Keene-Kennedy ChemiflryfPhyfif.r Bur. Admin.-Managementlfpanifh Biology Pfyehology Douglaf A. Kemp Doaglax M. Kemp Steven M. Konkle Kathryn L. Kroyer Bufineu Aelminiftrationflieonomiff Biology Buf. Admin.-Marketing Biology If if ,X ,W K '1 'Y ff it , J V jaeqaeline T. Kraczela Katherine M. LaHaie Dehorah G. Lange Vineenl C. LaPointe Ar! Mnfif Biology Biology 24 Seniors we , eb fame! R. Lee Peter Lee Seng Kzmn Neznryj. Lepperf Sharon F. Lewezezk Mufie Biology Fafbion Merflmndifing Bm. Admin,fHome Eeonomief 4 , ,Y ,. o Peter Lund Rafe M. Lytle EronomirffPoliliml Seienfe Buf. Admin.-Marketing ? zz Ann Rawley enjoys her favorite drink, Coke - Yeah, right!!! Maureen S. Memion jofepb B. Markovifrla Interior Defign Bm, Admin.-Marketing Seniors 25 v Y l , ' 71.551 N i W we f x . krrf I I I w,.f.,f? X sn Robert H. McLaughlin Mezrgezrel M. MeSbm1e Biology Bi0l0gyfChemimy Tina Olsen smiles while doing her lesson plans. fb "ll .J Mark Moulton and Laurie Gould enjoy themselves at a party. Affvlwffwfy Robert E. Miller QX Tbomezfj. Miffeldi ne Matbemazief vr-'L .3 ff' Ann M. Molaro julayne L. Morningytar Karen A. Molle Laurie E. Nilren Interior Derign Muthemalicf Arrourztanry Bm.-MarketingfMuthemeztirf 26 Seniors av--X AQ. r-, f 77" 'N-.,t y David G. No-Winger Mark R. Notbdrujf Tina D. Olfen Keoinj. O'Mara Btu. Admin.-ManagernentfEartl7 Elementary Ezluration German Cberniftry Srienfe 15 Kevin D. Ofwald Mirbael C. Pafkard Kirften A. Penton Robert E. Pbillipf Biology Bur. Admin.-Management Arrountanry Biology Karen M. Pilarfki Louis D. Pifzker Mary Lynn Pitlanixlo Gregory S, Pffoelna Biology Arfountanry Biology Bzu. Admin.-Management Seniors 27 -dl. Ann L. Rezwley Albert C. Redding john A. Rerniek Albert Rieharclfjr. Biology Pfyebology SpeerhfTbeatre Blu. Admin,-Management '53 7' . 'blry 4 S jane Rofeooorn Kriftin M. Rouker jean M. Rzueidlo Sloerilyn M. Sadowitz Englifb- Wriling Matbemalief Biology Elementary Eelufation "You're on candid camera" - Steve Bohl, Rob Phillips, Barry Clarifzine M. Snooie Kathryn M. Sfbiezn Vaughn. Mezlhernezlim Home Eeonomief 28 Seniors ,,, 'T-pf' , Nifole L. Sfhaehr Patrieia L. Sfhnohlen Vallery A. Seaham Nathan Sekik Pfyfhology Interior De1ignfSpanifh Interior Defigrz Biology William R. Selherg Sufan L. Sheldon Chriftopher I. Sheppard Lori L. Simpfon Pfychology Elementary Edueation PJyrhologyfReligion Biology ff , PQ! 'OW , "'f'Wf.'Y' .ff s f V ,- g . it f Nanfy Slaoifek Rohert Smedley Lori Smith Sue A. Smith Affountaney Soo.-Criminaljzutife Buy. Admin.-Marketing Mathematicf Seniors 29 lx The party animals come out- Karen Pilarski, Kevin O'Mara, Mark Moulton, Laurie Gould. Richard H. Snyder Chemi.rtryfEartl2 Science lfx' 1 . J, . , A .f 4 -1 ' , if I .N 7' 'ir' mf" f N 4 f' Cynthia D. Sparky Rachelle M. Spencer Todd B. Spottf Charley R. Stock Accountancy Mathematic! Bw. Admin.fSoc-AntlafSoci0logy Bm. Admin.-Marketing fe we A ew W V 4 . .I . . - ' R i .' - , X ' X ,R f' v ' e 3 1, mm. wi r. , j. .gx , , J 'gi BL. ,Tn X R, X U5 5 Qi E2 WM r- .. all ,.. ' ' - ex , 2. A julie M. Stunzpnzier Melanie Tbenmnfon Scott A. Toncre janet E. U 'Ren Accountancy Mufic Elementary Education MatlaeznczticJfCan1puter Science 30 Seniors 'Ili Gina M. Valentino Bur. Admin.-Management Pelerj. Vavrinek Barry C. Vaughn Bw. Admin. fP0litirafSrienre -. 1 . . , if I J f A 1 5, i 2 if c taxi' x , Marria L. Vellre -5 ,fav f Q i Q n ' 3 ' " M 4 Wi QMS f ' M""9-M. nr ,M , , Aff01f'1ff1'1fy Eiemenzary Edurazion "No guys, I'm not doing homework, I'm reading a magazine." Nancy Olmedo. ... r, Ei . Lira K. Verdizn Ruth A. Vrbenfky Debra L. Walker Speefbf Tbealre Bur. -Marketingf.S'pfbfBr0adfaJling Englifhf Writing Todd M. Warner Afmunlanry Seniors 31 E' "-'ir Suzanne M. Wayda Gretel Weatberf Brenda W66kJ Jamey S, Weigh Politiml Sfienfe Mufiffcefmdn Buf. Admin.-Marketing Sor.-AntlJro.fSorio!og ,f , Gregory H. Wirleing David E. Wilkinfon Glenn D. Wilfon Heather H. Wag' Eleme"m"J' Edllfdlivfl Bur. Admin.-Managemenl Sof.-Antl1rofCrin2inaljuflire Biology 5 E 5 . , E g 3, ' g Friends come, friends gog the loves , I S. ' men know are ever fleeting: get ln song and smile a little while 5 . riil we read their kindly greetingg 2 S 5 E Mei Wan Wong Senior Lori Simpson smiles as she thinks Inlernational Burineff 3bOUi Happy Hour! 32 Seniors With warmth and cheer they linger near, the friends we fondly treasure: Then on a day they drift away, a loss no words can measure. This much we know: friends come, friends go as April's gladness passes, As sun and shade, in swift parade, paint changes on meadow grasses. And though we grieve to see them leave, in thought we still enfold themg ln Memory's Net we keep them yet, and thus can ever hold them. They come, they go - these Loves we know. Life's Tides are ever movingg But year on year, they still seem near -- so great the power of loving. 5 z Z 5 E! 2 E E 5 -gL1mwM.W-wmmmmmw.mwwMmmM.Wmvmmw3.m N.....W E I E is Z! 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James Carlson Kenneth Carson William Carter Kevin Cassidy David Castina Michael Chapman Christine Chervo Diane Churches Daniel Cleveland Jack Clore Jr. Robert Cogswell Charles Collins, Jr. Lisa Collins Lisa Conley Jacqueline Cooper Alan Copeland Stephen Costanzo Flon Costello Margaret Cotant JoAnn Cox Lisa Cox Timothy Coye Doris Curtis Vincent D'Alfonso Michael Dalton David Darke, Jr. Christopher Davis James Deere Tony DeMelo Ann Dennis Mark Diebold Timothy Diffenderfer Daryl Dittmer David Dixon Wayne Gretzky Underclassmen 35 Kirk Dodson Steven Doerner Christopher Dolan Carolyn Domin Brad Double Melissa Douglas Lisa Droste Princess Diana Emanuel Dukes Scott Dusett Elizabeth Eggleston Melissa Emery George Ersland Jr. Flick Faust David Fazekas Mary Jane Felice Michael Ferguson Vanessa Ferman Matthew Flower Jeffrey Fouch Stephanie Frania Matthew Franzen Rebecca Garland Christine Garno Todd Gentner Mark Gilles Dana Gillin Michele Gogan Richard Gomez Keith Gontarek Jeffery Goodes Lisa Gosen Scott Gout Suzanne Gray Ann Grebeck Picture Not Available , ff 1" ' ,ix s ff" ,W .ff if Q , , -. -fi A A 1 5 Qc, Vp.. an si 'rf-v FRESHMEN'FRESHMEN 36 Underclassmen 3 .- s I V X '3- ' ,, 7" I y -2 ,- , ig I W v : 'I . fi- ' in ',,' f J '-f s 5: ' a Y' l J, J. '2- 2 A sf- J H 1 5 E Ae-vi ' J V ' 'gift ,, f 4 ,V N ' 532355: viii' at as r. f " ' Q, ,j . if , 3' .V A 12 , It .A ,sm exalt P Freshman Katie Pontiatowski finds security in her stuffed animals. 44 Junior, Diane Paul, phones home. 4 Sophomore, Chris Painter, looks relieved after completing her long hours at the Adrian College Switchboard. FRESHIVIEN ' FRESHIVIEN ' FRESHIVIEN ' FRESHIVIEN 1 J-an 'S ""' Rs we . r af. -5 Cid a -,, 1' S. -..- 1' . 5 H. t ' Zhf Robert Green J r mi' K t.. J D N ,at t -.f Q Q Robert Green Jr. Q is .gy f J, tt A A - Qi S Letitia Griffin ,r ' - ' W. C xg' ff- ' ' Daniel Griggs Ag . xx ,, .-,k g K, I W Timothy Gunn W J - i ' Marian Haddad ,Nb it Y 5 Christine Halloran ll o i ' lede up t K -wt. -- . t zinnia Hatfield g - - Q, ..,-4 Lisa Hathaway - da' A S V... . Amy Hedden 1' ' J r Laura Henry " ' i ' d Diana Herd g Tammi Herdon Timothy Hibbs X a Susan Higgins Linda Hippler ' H Beth Hommell Dawn Hopkins Lauri Hopton R ss x f Dawn Hornung Christian Howard -. ,, ft ' I 'A' Q - 1 , ,..., - g P ka. . ff X . 5 f sax . A K. i, t.tL f jg R gf If I Mary Howell Tina Hubbard Joseph Huck Jr. Sherri Humbarger Joanne Israel Shari Jackson 3 i h iiri 57' Alan Jakubowski K9 ks' bk ML A V fr Q Y' K 1. . , gr g va I av dit . trim l , -,Q-if? he ya, ,, ,tt ,, Ml . ,tl l W A g P Dawn Jones N W 7 ,. -of 1? ., -' K at Michelle Kahn 1 125-l i -A i 1 A S. rr if Dae Kahng J Civ:-' y , 'I' V fw 1 i Christy Kain 1 Q X Q: 1 ,..1 S g .. Ronald Karbowski Jr. it X ag. Q ' Terri Keegstra asf- . J -r P - gn, 5 , t Ek Q Michael Kepos it f ,rf Q 5 ' n -fa bf Underclassmen 37 Michael Keys Ross Kimball David Kizer Charles Klettner Edward Koenigsknecht Kristopher Krohn David Kromer Rebekah Kuehne Gregory Lamb Mark Lang Marikate Leavens Joseph Lebrato Steven Ledzianowski ll David Lee P Caroline Yakubesan and Dawn Riske get ready for an Alpha Phi party. VP Beth Ramirez Works hard on the l.M. schedule. Catherine Leszcynski Dawn Like Gina Lillard Vicki Lofton Kathy Lowe David Lubanski William Lucas Kelly Macek Patrick Maceroni Thomas Mack Michelle MacKenzie Marc Maguran Kathleen Maki Melinda Malicki Noelle Martine Lloyd Mason Anjanette Mays Colleen McCarthy Darlene McCoy Mario McGhee Cheryl McGuire 38 Underclassmen A ' -..wb 3 if 'T mam. ' 5 V I I ' af Q .fl V' T4 M L iw it 1 ,a i lie'i in if 'Nz 1 ..-...Ll 'hw FRESHIVIEN ' FRESHMEN ' FRESHMEN ' 'Z' 4 4. E A N M lid V , , - l y 'fx L K f 5 4 v M-.XL -7 E! .-V i tk 42" .M L ev...--g. 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' N K .- J 'M' . gy: . , up ' :il '5 7' if M y y A I, 1 i l J , a Y ' Q.. 5 Q Q 4 Someone has definite views as to where the College World .Q 5 8 C 4 -A g .., -4 5' T1 , Darin McNabb Patti McNaughton Bryan Merillat Jill Merithew David Messer Jason Midds Barbara Miller Diane Miller Flyan Miller Paula Moceri Scott Morand Daniel Muntz Natalie Nahass Jeanette Nicastri Jeffery Nightengale Laura Norton Dawn O'Connor David Otis Michael Paquio Elizabeth Pariseau Michelle Parish James Parshall Douglas Patterson Penelope Pelham Maria Pellegrino Richard Peternel Jr. Jeffery Phillips Sherrie Phillips Patricia Piniewski Lisa Pinkerton Thomas Potts Kathleen Poniatowski Larry Postl Michael Pyorala Barbara Quick Underclassmen 39 Martha Quist Kevin Reed Stephen Reinke Paul Remick Brian Rex Laura Rhodes Mark Rickard Lenore Roach Kristine Rogers Brian Rohrer Robin Roosa Ronna Rubin Steven Russell Kimberly Salow Mary Ellen Sattler Mary Saunders Elizabeth Scheirer Donn Schimp Alicia Schoepflin Alan Schwarz Timothy Scott Victoria Sharpe Jody Sharrow Jennifer Shroat Wendy Sickels Veronica Sluschweski Michael Smith Yvonne Smith Carrie Soja Scott Spicer Thomas Stacho Roxann Stec Brian Stolle Elyse Surbis Scott Suriano to E mf V r ' . , - Y A t Ox V t ,p r , E 5 .ii .' . ug 1 ss. 'f .SYR- eee f X S . Q . .,. fi? b y I x i rw- ., in A Va' y . LA W 1 I n k y W5 Y xxx' A y Q KA, ...aw ' 5 - A f M V 5 it ' ' '-- t 3 -ff' I . X 3 :i E so ,ttty 1 r ' ' -k .J is-fi? V is 5 S K tt,.. , .: " ra X' ' S' 3 . V, A E " : Sq' vw an it ,nk iw , as sf . tg, ,Q ty, A , Q ' K A , - , al ,Q S A 0 5 S A . ' - . , S Q Q ,TNW A 'Yi Ai ' 'i L' 4 fa ' , f ' ' -.S 4.3 I M r,.Q S ku , , 'N L K K Q A ESE -N 4 ' ' ' 5 5 ' Qi?- ' y A Q S r ., ffl- 5 we to 9 M FRESHIVIEN ' FRESHIVIEN ' FRESHMEN P Vince Crawford and Mike Sera pass some time in Rush before they go to class. 40 Underclassmen 3 I JN1 3 K, if ,ai Q is TSE 4 it "LC Ti l W r ,ix tain? k 4 S ,f . G 1 N-1 R 4 M, , 'V is 4 r " H.3z:ffuff , . -' i f 'W' 'Q " 'Q' ' .Kit 5 F , . V ' y X g 1? g I . 0 ' r wb K ' "' mai has-K T A QQ it grgi g T as 4 fs use f- as as - v l T at , 4 .if S I 'f , ' ' S- 13 'T . f :few is X, 1 W i ,i"?. A fi , I x 4' . ' fs" t as ' FFIESHMEN ' FRESHIVIEN ' FRESHMEN ,V - , ,av - .K f Q ' - .Q k , -- ff . . ..,, K kty, Q ' 'k"' .AEZ E Y 4 iii 1 classes. E s lj t I -,, ., ' T X sl' ff' i Randall Talarek Steven Taormina Michelle Taylor Steve Thallman Craig Thompson Jeffery Thompson Liesl Thompson Kimberly Toms Patrick Toms Robert Trimpe Jr. Christine Trumbel Johnny Tureaud Jeanne Updike Jeffery Upton Karen Vanderpool Susan VanDusen Michelle VanEtten Kevin Veneros Lynette Visser Robert Vrbensky John Wade 44 Lincoln Brown relaxes between 4 Tim Tuin poses pretty for the camera. Nancy Warburton Suzanne Warkoczeski Gregory Wasmer Glenn Weatherly Susan Weeks Jon Weiss Peter Welter Tom Wigglesworth Ill Karla Wiles Brian Willoughby Renae Wood Amy Wright Deborah Zarate Sandra Zurcher Underclassmen 41 Jeff Adduci Julie Alger Gary Allen Lesa AUen Byron Ammons Kimberly Anderson Theresa Aragona Maribeth Archambeau Laura Atkinson Robin Austin Daniel Backes Patrick Barnard Stephen Beebe Mark Bowden Mike Bradley Kimberly Braun Lori Brefka Charles Briley Patricia Brisse Lori Brown u v., 1, rx K fi, y- ' s 1 an I - F x ii ig 5 is 1 1 1, "' 'V , -W5 A uw 4 EWG ah, 7 - l KK .xg l . , f Angela Bredemeier , fs 3 Li, ,, Q , 3 , , 1 X , rn fy PK v 2 1 4 2 QV ia I I fy Q SOPHOMOFIES ' SOPHOMGRES ' SOPHOMORES P Alpha Phi, Kathy Yakubesan is caught by surprise. Pb Carol Morsy is caught by the camera as she gets ready for bedtime. Robin Bumgarner Michael Burger Glenn Burgess Andrea Burleigh Mark Caetta lan Campbell, Jr. LeeAnna Capen Lisa Caron Timothy Cassidy Lynne Castle Grant Cerny Geraldine Chmiel Mark Christenson Eunseon Chung 42 Underclassmen Wh Q wg if :v A a n t -1 ff, .2 5 , , if: Y, -fi wi A W .. - 4 J 1 1 f' , . 4.41 A 2. 15, you Y by 5 7 1' ., . A Q 1 w L A x -' A .4 ,M V ' .az .. , ., ' ' 'gdb X 'Z , . . , , I 4+ r l'zi?' Qt A i km. VI I sw .4 A i ll 'l , l 5 r we. 69: A s r J Q . . V , . :ESQ . gif: g . g s ' 71 :AA i s A 5, . 2 . 1 ol. .Fr . -C.. .A ! .airs ,," 0 s VP Stephanie Zink settles down to watch in the ASA complex. V Freshman Dana Gillin relaxes between classes in Shipman Library. af C? S, .1 " .v I 55 Vt' il ,. 64 5.2. Y' ' iili J , J Q iix q s if gt .A Ll,, V ii? X A wi '-, L w.,,k.+ f A . N . A . x i g I 4 if X 5 "'i. l 'iis si X tiii E., up . R b it L., mV . .D 1 'sc' ' -il ' 77 , I . ' 7 S- :' 3 P iiz .. V h K 1 ix ,Q -. V I n r A s , S . r' R ' ' t D in 'W I. . . kg glow f. A , 1 1 X , nxt M s i ' A i W Q QR- I k g-1 A Q f. use i n i a 1. tt H . . 5' f S X . gf' f X r K X V 1 1 . Q we ' i Charles Cockerill Robby Cole Tracy Collar Daniel Collins Jeanne Conley Caroline Conlogue Edward Costrini Sean Cotter Vincent Crawford Timothy Creech Sandra Cron Karen Cummings Robert Czapla, Jr. Roy Dangel, Jr. Mary Davis Robert Defenderfer Robert Delfine Leti Delgado James Dell Michael Detzler Michele Dickelman Beth Diederich Cynthia DiSalvo Keli Dodson Julie Donn Norbert Donnersbach Jonathan Dorow Angela Dorsey Cindy Dowdy Christopher Doyle Robert Duke Patricia Dupuis John Dusseau Gerald Duvall Norman Dyer SGPHOIVICRES ' SOPHOIVIORES ' SOPHOIVIORES 43 me fo' V Ann Mays and John Remlck take a study break. A Cynders DlSalvo reflects on her years here at Adrian. ,4- . . I. . pu rv' w . . 0 . 'ep lim . 6 x J J f .- 1 Q SOPHOIVICRES ' SOPHOIVIORES ' SOPHOIVIORES Wayland Echelbarger Amy Emerson Craig Emery Cynthia Enyart Patrick Ervin Karla Flaim Paula Fletcher Teresa Flores Michelle Foster Robert Foster William Foster WilIiam'Francisco Kevin Fry Pamela Ganun Kimberly Gase David Gavalis Rebekah Gerace Lisa Gilmore Kathryn Gladych Paul Gogan Martha Gonzalez Bernadette Gossner V, Gina Grandominico ,N ,f Richard Grapp Sean Gray Cathy Greene Robert Gustas Lorraine Hale Ai' ,, 'R , s' Q? , f...-N' 'Q-S-x X v-- "is, ,t F ,f t ,IQ I hr f - ikk ' Vrv . I W M 7? 3 K 2 , , I up i " r N . -- ' gy ' ' """' - ' L ,,. tt: X . gf I . 'Z q Pr. C f gf ff A- N- ' V .Aa -F ' yn ' 75 , f sf 3' I' l lil 3 X . V' , 9 W 0 W -4 ' l N, . ? Karl Hamilton 4 I .V Q Amy Handy ' y V V -- ' Eric Hanson fr ly y if , A " 1- by Norris Hardemanll E K Desiree Hardy lt,, f A 7 V l Stacy Hardy " ti j , Walter Harrington 44 Underclassmen X ' v Kr We wit t i af' Hulse Q U., Q' ,. ,QM .- . , Q K k .k g g A ' , K Q? K. W? qz , r f g . 1 N . l iv ' XX ' ',l , ,. ,: 5 4 ' N . 5 2 1 ' 3 Q ' i x Q 1-A+'-i, R l 3 ,fest-K Q3 gl 7 s hb I, 'N l -'if-1-Q X' lv- as 1 -fa, TM at ' is ' an - 5 QW. ,fi-N. fax X L X sf Q- 'Q t Egx l I I x X In 1 gs tg, ff' at , - i my I ' T 5 A Sandy Brisse, Lori Simpson, Anne Mays, Tammy Holloway, , ,d,,,4 J' I S ..,, A 9, , 1 and Barb Miller from ASA chant their sorority cheer. s' T , T 1 ,. 4 Mary Ellen Satler, Shelly Armbruster, and Kelly Rice cool T ' MW, down after a workout in the gym. it A 1 A 7' 3 " A X is . K W A T. ff '- 1 ,S S T. X 1 ., kj 1 .1 - ' T 3 'F A f T I fr 314. ?'.Ff,? ' f S X N vb, I fx rm t nf iq. Q A: hx W ' ,S at C' " A Michelle Harris Carl Harsh Pamela Harvitt Timothy Heckman Amy Helgn Olga Hernandez Donald Hester, Jr. Michele Hext Kevin Hile Tammi Hill Christie Hobart Susan Hobe Paul Hofmann Christopher Hogg Kristin Holappa Alton Hollingsworth Rachelle Hollister David Holt Liz Taylor Todd Horner Kyle Hoult Leonard Huffman Marcia Hull Christopher Huntoon Kenneth Hypes Douglas Jarvis Christopher Johnson Paul Johnson Van Johnson Brian Jones Cathy Jones Elizabeth Keefer Timothy Keeler Yvonne Kelley Colleen Kelly Underclassmen 45 Robert Klautky Heidi Klein Lora Koster Dawn Kowalski Karen Koyle Kord Kozma Karen Kramer Anthony Krenselewski Timothy Kreuz Michelle Kruse David Kryz James Krzyzaniak Lawrence Kuzniar William LaGore Kelly Lange Sharyl Lee Richard Leicht Colleen Lewis Nu Lieu Paul Linville Robert Liva Bee Ee Loo Thomas Luettke Tracy MacDonald Todd MacPherson Michele Madama Vonda Marrow Kevin Martin Stanley Masters John Matthews Michele Maxwell Jane McClellan Paula McDonald Frank McKevitt Marc Merucci gfev ,, n 5-up , . 4 ., , ' ' Yt:e5E'?a ' ref yr f 2 f X f f QM f f,wf,,,1f-2 lf, f fe if K, .. .WK lil' . in P M i ,. , it I ,, lui 0 f s... , ,Q . , , . ,ff V 4, ,, , , We it f f 1 1 , V! lar O 4 3 at s J., .46 .wr r 0 wh , H fx 1? 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SOPHGIVIGRES ' SCPHOMCJRES ' SOPHOIVICRES ' 4 Robin Roosa and Patty Piniewski take time out from thei 46 Underclassmen ff! f ,f schedules to pose with Mr. Snowman V Sophomore Amy Briske is caught relaxing by the Mount photographer. i M f 4 ln the psychology lounge, Diane V 1 Brown, Diane Paul, Nicole Schaffer, ll J, and Jean Gillespie take a break to play Q 0 0 , J with the rats. , E A Through snow, sleet and rain, Adrian 5 sa College students Stephanie Zink, Heidi Klein, and Lori Simpson make it to yn., ,l ' Q' tw ' class. ' , W S in Dawn Mikulak ' ' A Q ' - Charlotte Miller -3 5 , J J A I John Mogk , if 1 H ' Catherine Montague . J, r , l 1+ ,, J , ,, J X , , Cam' Moffsy ' J " ' I.. ' ' X Vrfgi Martin Mosson Q N in '92 ff illlt t o , David Murphy 'L fs, ' yi 1 L A , ff' " ' f ,V R' i 8 af f mf., ig....."""'fZX , A... Z ' ll' J vw iw, as -lf v Picture Not Available , 3' I ? xy I 2 ff' ,Q K 4.', V Jennifer Musser Stacey Nagy .Q Morton Nace lll Wt' Angela Nawrocki Michael Nelson Scott Nichols Eugene Nowak Greg O'Brien Shannon O'Mara Molly O'NeiIl Jennifer Ozment Charles Otlewski Christine Painter Nancy Palus J John Papas, Jr. Matthew Parcells M Kim Penn , fi 1 t 'll' V , Allison Peregord y f Michael Perez Y Rebecca Pfeifer ' Paula Phillips x Robert Pierson QQ ,, -t Dawr1PlQ9 , ' 'fii if LV 9, 'F' ,fi Maria Plante 1 b Q '. 2 r"' AkSg',TF' I , ff, - 'f 'A' SCOU PlZak ' f , S V J W, ,ll,, John Pounds - ff,,, ,,,, if L ,,., , Laffb' Pfalznef , H i J ,,,, DawnPfaf1 SOPHONIORES ' SOPHCJMORES ' SCJPHOMGFRES ' 47 Scott Price Vicki Przywara Joan Racine Elizabeth Ramirez Aaron Reeves Karen Rigg Dawn Riske Cheryl Robertson Sharon Robinson Mary Rodlund Timothy Rosso Robert Ruiz Barbara Rumbold Tami Schneck Virginia Schue Amy Schumaker Jodi Seager Melody Seebeck Elizabeth Seidler Spencer Sellas Michael Serra Kathleen Shaw Jeffrey Sheehan Kimberly Sheldon Heather Sheilds Maxwell Smith Tina Smith Amy Sparkman Keli Spears Vicky Specht Julie Spies Scott Spohler Richard Stafford Kenneth Stark Sandra Stewart fi at A if N Y ff A i ,ff --Xe . 0 fs 3. gy :- f . 1 f . v ' E z -.- ,,.. ,rg K g i 'wg 7 'Nw -Q 3 cf: A 1 fp, , . S a F 1? If-S '3- rziz xl""' f 9 ' y f N ,J - -t ,t f ' . P .f ., . r' ' it srl A Junior Sandy Brisse types a term paper. P Chi-O's Bernadette Gossner and Dana Ziemer discuss their plans for the weekend. 'Dt 'fins as V yrs 4- ,z Y" seq i K J5- , 5 Nl ' -2 is - saf e Q , :,. 1 .. . 1' 22,1 4' is . , K Il Q J Y 1' we hx sv 1 it QL V John Remick, Cindy Dowdy and Todd MacPherson take a study break. 4 Cynders DiSalvo checks her schedule. Q -vb F ,, 1 ' W ' -fv ' , f- V if T , 1 - , ' l , 'gm f,,,.,,f ., ,, F ,-pig J H i ,Q W , ,W A 'I 1 4 X Eric Stone Q Laura Stribbell Kelly Stutz 53 Ronald Swanson X Cheryl Swihart Tanya Szepansky Gina Tambornini James Tanzy Paula Tatro Barbara Thorne Matthew Tipton Melanie Tipton Steven Troszak Timothy Tuin Christopher Tully Gary Urban Robert Urban Juanita VanderGraaf Todd Vanderpool E? Carman Velasquez , . , illr Bret Veldhoff is 3 Rex Vernier r , A y Jolene Victor 'i ' 'rg if Sheila Walters Sf' G Oliver Washington, Jr. 5 , . LauraWasik ,5 2 f W Gayle Weaver X X ..:, Q JY Frank Vernars ky sir- is X 'Jr SC' James Webb Annette Wellman Clay Wells Geoffrey Westphal 'r f Traci Westphal Q v John White - le r Q 'S 1. . - 1 SM L' Q X . as ser, . . it we ig: kkz: xg? gi iz, an W L ,sl xmf 1 3 at A ' ' Mark white 112.5-3 , Underclassmen 49 N Keith Williams S Irving Williamson 7' 1 j - ' at Roy Wirtz S ...Y A f Q,t4,,' 'A Lori Woodard X 1 g N' xx Sys Richard Wooldridge . - 1 7 ' x K, ' Q 4, ae? H' R soon wright as QI ' Q 5 Q s is ll ,ii if on 3 Vf. ...57 A ,I it ,.. ttf is as at f is it it Carolyn Yakubesan Jill Yaroch Q ,, - 4 R Lisa Young i N as Monica Young "UV i-'V' gi Tracy Young ' X ,iff Christopher Zachary Rx Scott Zuckerburg James Zurcher Il P Sophomore Eric Stone seems to be working hard in the darkroom. PP Scott Wright is caught resting on his way into Mahn Hall. S PH M R v S PH M RES ' 50 Underclassmen ,N J x... A V X X X S3 A v YIOUSB. as 'el H ni ,f's. 4 Karl Hartman wakes from a quick nap at the SAE A Glenn Burgess says "Cheers" at the SAE Christmas party. JUNIORS ' JUNIURS ' JUNIORS ' JUNIORS ' JUNIORS Nw ,N .lg . Ls . --L-' 15 A if y X X, vi X ..... "'. , f .-X. L . A X ij 4 f . sars C C J . W s ' Est 1 -A ' - . .. L - X W? A vs ,X ' b X ,, g K KJ K mx 'ik ,- f fl ,f R . ny It A. ga' N sc- is S Sw St X is X a X f S t. N 'Qt essex: K Robert Abrams Scott Acheson Celeste Allen Mark Anderson Michael Barker Bradford Barritt Krisallen Bean-Haddad Angela Beauprez Roxanne Beck Amy Beckman James Bellmer Yvette Bensett Susan Bentley Frances Blackmore Stacie Blackwell Jacqueline Blissick Stacie Boden Thomas Bonner Julie Bow Nancy Bowman Tobin Boyd y ., Sandra Brisse Q' 8 y x . . Donald Brock S, - 'GM i 3, - 4 , Christina Brown A ss-t ' X v A Q Ronald Calhoun we ' l y -ff X' Eric Campbell 5 ' "i"i F' 'J Barbara Cape is W i - Bryan Carson X K ' . Michael Catalina 'A Q . i 1- ...Q ' Bradley Christensen A, vs e A if -1 1, A a -C Rodney Clark is C 1 A e V- C Tom Collins ' Y ' ll' 3 ' it 'iw Cindy Norris-Cooley ' .-:--'t, to Q i erl- "'i"' fx Deborah Cooper 'S WJ f'f"s' lf Janet Crawford xt X Underclassmen 51 ,iz , ,, K... ,.-, Donald Dakoske . A J Daniel Daly 5 . Q P , Jeffrey Davis 5 J ' Annette DiDomizio ff " D hnn 'V 1 Craig Dilyard is , . . .a. Kurt Dingeman ' '+'.-of ,i Stephen Doolan :PP Patrick Doss A , F Brad Dryer "if " YQ." Derek Dubois 4243- ' ' 5 ' A Robert Duggan 1 ,ta , . Christina Ellair J- 3 Q l M ' Rhonda Ellington 1 ' it David Erickson . g , Kerry Erickson 1 Lisabeth Evans Raymond Everhart r f Lorianne Ezman Susan Falk Scott Faust .J ' . f i i f ss.f Joseph Fettig . Timothy Fralick .. g is Elena Garcia ilk J Jamie George Marlin Gilliam Jean Gillispie John Gomola Anne Grieser Karen Haas Kimberly Harmon Angela Harris Kathleen Harris Jeffrey Haslow Linda Hawkins J 43'-1 . 5 r ' -nv . 3F,,x., . ff Q., ' ff? ' h :Q I , L' 5. Q3 +39 " sw x SN " B. z E an f Xxx R iz x .1 l A aff x "5 J Q' '44 ' .. v 3, 1 if I it s 2 ,J Q it :A ' TY I A 5 , S A ,- , Mx v Isileiflsfiisif-i 11 ffiffiiw-1 W -1 12" --1 siififiiisfsiisfggf G "W 53723:-3 34' - ' ' ' Q st- U J tr 'v , 5.2, ' fi l 4 72, 5 it x J ni X as X A A .-1 2. 0' 'N Y l 4 ... -1 m f l W' Q, 1 ,wht :t ' fs f Q A i 4 Junior Mark Anderson is ready to ride the waves at the January Beach B3Sh. V Steve Householder looks very enthused about playing his electric guitar. 'N-A, ally 'nm- 1 . , , d! A lwzwfdzavxebq Q QQQ Q ' 4-ff f w,. iff, , m F N i i ' Z A 1.: S 5h - mm.. T mL,,.hh if '-'ie ,. : X 1 ' 9 K Q RESET. s ii -3. " 'Q ., -.X .gy fa Q ,J ,, Q T 'QS' as W' s fjk ef A . i . '-1, t r X 'X 1 :Rf to l g Q 5 X it? i ' K Xin . Eva 3 K if es s is Q :Ae , ish 'I , ATF " M f ' K Anthony Henry John Hernandez Margaret Hippler Dave Hittler Tammy Holloway Steven Householder Todd Jaeblon James Johnston Diana Jones Mark Jones Judy Kelly Ketha Kerby Jeffrey King William Koch Diane Koppelman Maryanne Kraemer Jacqueline Kruse Marilyn Labadie Leah Landis Andrew Leone Sally Leu JUNIORS ' JUNIORS ' JUNIORS ' JUNIORS ' JUNIORS If is .+.W1. F ' ,.l., 1 ' A y be , My . X, YI V5 C Tl 55 . l 4 Stacy Hardy and Brenda Weeks display their musical talents in the base- ment of Herrick Hall. 'sa ?' .F i A mix an I ps if Raymond Liva, Jr. Timothy Luch Charles Lytle Stuart MacDonald Scott Machniak Anne Majewski David Malcolm David Malick William Martin Judith Matosky Christopher May Alice McCauley Teresa McClure Jeanne McLeod Underclassmen 53 Brian Medaglia Donna Meyer Cathy Miller James Misseldine Seana Monahan Charles Moore Michael Morehouse Steven Moret Randy Mudge Denise Mumby Theresa Nabozny Robert Novy Theresa Nugent Todd Parshall Diane Paul Pat Pelham Dan Petry Gabriel Pombo James Provenzino George Quaye Elizabeth Rakow Stuart Remley Robert Reuter Flobinin Rieger Christina Riffe Lesia Riley Kathy Ritchie Susan Ritter Tracy Robinson Mary Ruiz Shanna Sadowitz Matthew Santilli Sarah Schaffner Brian Schmitt Willard Schultz, Jr. H vs: WI '-I if ar 4. W W V qt -Wa If 3 . is , 4 5 S132 M . :J T P ASA's Sandy Brisse, Stephanie Zink, Margaret McShane, and Jackie Kruczek gather for a meeting in Herrick Hall. 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S'-s w-Q .. ,ly Ni l X t Q' 1 A 1 5 ,...,, M, X X ss s 9 , gg. y' X tn 5 XJ ' NE f fi? Peter Schumacher, Jr Anne Scully Lorinda Sheppard Tambria Shilling Diann Shove Peter Sickels Kenneth Simon Stephen Small Samantha Spicer Scott Straub Matthew Sullivan Larry Suter Timothy Swanson Rick Swartz Cynthia Swift Scott Tallman Sylvestre Tamayo Margaret Towersey Vivien Townsend Steven Tozer Teresa Traver Donald Treadwell Henry VanAgen Jerald VanBuren, Jr. Lawrence Vayko James Wagner James Welch Andrew Wing Elisa Wolf Kathleen Yakubesan Paul Yetter Dana Ziemer Allen Zink Stephanie Zink Underclassmen 55 NU jj 3' ill . ' HEI ,K 4 . X X a 5 s X x Xvffm SES vw ww 5.0 I' 'ln'-n. 4 I M. 1 QT , N 49 I .V ,Q A QM .f, .2 f 4 ,l 'affa- Q. 0 E Ill! .fit k'tg it-7 ""'-Q94 45 Zi sd .gg My M if , ,lf -frr :WM , f f ff, if A, m f- fm 1 ,V . W g W 27 yi e s . - ' , L L X .H .Wk Q R me , D A ,M X X, -'V r Q mf mi fig QEWQ: L V - i 2?-ft ' Q , apr "1-'pf' 'Fiji Ni VI W 4 " J Mgkw FSE: . J? 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The Comets of Olivet were shut out by the mighty Bulldogs on Homecoming Day, as AC spirit failed to dampen from the rainy weather. During the day, AC's "World of lmagination" continued through halftime activities, DeBest and Sue Agosti were King and Queen. as Jeff crowned 4, . W . f V1-fu .L , g?11fgfT .1 r' Senior Joe Fitzgerald awaits halftime. lv 5 an SUM Q i S N Martha Gonzalez, Andy Leone, and Sandy Brisse enjoy the game. 64 Homecoming Bivnlifi' 7 I Iwi. 15. , , g I Q., . i my X Jeff and Sue are congratulated by last year's queen, Linda Ragatz, and the Stantons. ,, , 1 , 6 M , - Q ' ' f W K lk O., A XAA, ff' ' mmre , A V v eee A s A A perfect end to a perfect game. The 1985 Homecoming Court: Chris Chervo, Dave Kryz, M artha Gonzalez, Andy Leone, Sandy Brisse, Andy Blugermang Madelone Vallone, Joe Fitzgerald, Laura Davis, Jeff DeBest, Mary Beth Jarvis, Vince Buzolitz. .AY Rick Swartz, Doug Patterson, Al Richards in car caravan. HOIVIECOIVIING Lisa Young and Pam Wade celebrate a successful Homecoming pom-pon routine. . . . HGIVIECUIVIING . HOIVIECOIVIING . . . HOIVIECOIVIING . . . Doug Patterson takes a BIG BITE!! 66 Homecoming Greeks cheer at the pool competition. 1 4- TKE's win Homecoming Games. dgw Dana Ziemer and Dawn Kowalski show spirit during all-Greek cheer. if Greek men streak to recover their shoes. nf. ,, Q, -tt ' "' 'Sgt Wh QS, iw 'f Ssiex 4 3 it 2 is A r g . , ,G if i Ei Homecoming Spirit Week began with the announcement of the 1985 Homecoming Court and ban- ner contest. The next few days were spent in team competition during games and pool and night. Spirit carried over to the week- ending bonfirefpep rally, Homecoming Dance, and even in- to the ever-popular Minute Mash. At the dance, the TKE's were an- nounced as the winners of the men's and co-ed competition while the Chi Omega's won the women's division. nf-Al Alpha Phi's race to dress first. ASA's say t'We're Aft!" gg . 4 Theta Chi's root on brother J. R. Smith. Jim Tanzy eyes the donut in anticipation. HOIVIECGIVIING . . . HOMECOIVIING . . Homecoming 67 During the 1985-86 school year SAC discontinued Adrian's annual Snowfest event. Bacchus iBoost Alcohol Consciousness Concern- ing Health of University Studentsl, a newly formed campus organiza- tion, came up with a solution: simply called "Bacchus Fracas." They replaced Snowfest with their own brand of fun in the snow. Bob Miller, president of Adrian's Bac- chus chapter, hoped to "tie the organization with the college and create an annual event while receiving some p.r. for Bacchus. Bacchus is a national organization based in Florida, with college and university chapters across the U.S. Here at Adrian, the group found a lot of support from students and the community. The Bacchus Fracas took place on a snowy Saturday in February. As Bacchus organized the event, they went to local fastfood franchises and the beer distributors in Adrian. These two groups showed great support and interest in the event. The beer distributors donated signs and posters which were awarded as prizes. The local distributors par- ticipating were Anshauser-Busch, Miller Beer, and Strohs. Wendy's, Taco Bell and Burger King made coupon and discount donations for the event. Before. Ready for the start of the race, Teri Johnston has her crew set and prepared to run. After. Well, it looks as if Teri's crew wasn't so ready to sprint out of the blocks. You have to wonder, was it Teri's fault or the team's fault for the rough start? 68 Bacchus Fracas Even though it was a first time event, a turnout of 75 to 100 students par- ticipated. The day consisted of a series of team events. Six to eight teams had signed up to do battle for the prizes. They had to perform such feats as the mummy race, a three-legged race, an ice cube race, which consisted of blow- ing the cube across the floor, and the ski race - by far the most popular and entertaining event to watch or par- ticipate in. It's not to easy trying to get four people walking in synch, as some of the pictures reveal. All in all the First Annual Bacchus Fracas went quite well, and the hopes are that it will continue to grow in popularity, giving Adrian students a chance to romp in the snow. Leading his team, Greg Wicking hopes to conquer the slippery course for an award. A' in-.e at 5. Q54 3 , . ' . if X M 'M The A.C. Bulldog leads Gina Valentino's team through the mit- ten race. Kevin Wood shows the Chi Omega's the proper race pro- cedures forthe mitten race. X c 1 M,-.f. if .., Jeff Davis tells Patrick Doss how to make a "smooth" transition. Louis Pisker leads his team through the powdery snow. 1 xy 6 E. L , Bacchus Fracas 69 Karen Boilore puts a smile on her face Bill Cartel' manages 'IO hold Ori to hiS as John Mogk gets a bigger smile on head even with that jacket Ori. ? r g .W -,M Once again Adrian College's students showed their talents on the stage dur- ing the past year. The acting season opened up with You Can't Take it with You followed by California Suite, and finished the year with a strong perfor- mance of the critically reviewed Hot 1 Baltimore. As always many students, faculty members, and towns people en- joyed these students' efforts. Chris Howard and Bm Carter attempt Lincoln Brown snares at the flowers while Michelle Hext look on. to Kill each other. vi..'f'3'f2iEz,. BV VV V- .li .w.XW,,,..-. A 3 , A Q 1 ,A-V L V ff' wit vff -' v'ld'w 1' ' . Q VV V fm 'Q ,,-, . ,,,5,,,:t'.... My ,git lfi l,.,v ,gs 2f,iW,, V +3-,nf fs' ,,,, w, 1 V53 - , ,,V,. 41 N., x V,,.fV. ' - A A ,,+.,f'f"".,,", V.-wVe.i:V-vi-'f,fV, W .M 3, V,,,. ' , fV . 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K X 'LJQA Xfk1'f'QL QQ., 'ssvlruiifffff L. mf' K. g I. , sewn-eng-w ww -4-A -'-- - K 1 3, QT ? f 354.44 L K f . m K X wif-Y -:wa ,- 1 'H - ,, J Campus Events 73 This year the Ebony Con- nection sponsored the first annual "Puttin' on the Hits" contest which -included ten groups which ranged from Rock and Roll to the Rhythm of Soul. First place was awarded to the Madonna - Wanna - bies who took home a cash prize of S100. The contestants were judged in three categories: Ap- pearance, Originality and ability to lip-synch. LIJ Kim Harmon, Theresa Nabozny, Peggy Hippler, Lori Vettes, Tina Martishius were the winners of this years contest. lim Chris Browski, Bob Duke put on a good display of Airband skills. 74 Campus Events Tina Martishius, with her portrayal of Madonna led her group to a first place finish. Reed VanTiem, Bob Mosson, Rob Liva and Brad Christenson engage in a little pre-Beach Bash activity. Jackie Kruczek poses for a self portrait in her beach attire. Joe Fitgerald and Nancy Olmedo harmonize to the Beach Boys. E-IE HDV EI HSV O m 3 'U C U7 m 4 cn D ... U3 sn ow 1 76 Graduation The 1986 graduating class of Adrian College received their degrees on Sunday, April 27. The eventful day began with Baccalaureate at the chapel. Gina Valentino, senior class president, Mary Lynn Pitlandish, senior class vice president, and Mr. Gar Laux, Consultant to Chrysler under Lee lacocca, addressed the students during this ceremony. The seniors' final march for their long awaited degrees began at 3:00. During the ceremony Mrs. Paula Blanchard, the First Lady of Michigan, delivered the Com- mencement address, entitled "Greater Challenges, Greater Rewards." Adrian College honored six distinguished individuals by awarding them honorary degrees during exercises. The six were chosen by the Adrian College Board of Trustees in recognition of their diverse contributions to education, church and communi- ty. The six honored were: Paula Blanchard - First Lady of Michigan, Orville D. and Ruth A. Merillat - co-founders of Merillat Industries, lnc., Homer Eugene Powell - scien- tific and technical consultant, Theodore Ellsworth Doane - district superintendent of the United Methodist Church, and Zhang Yanchang - visiting scholar in residence from the Peoples Republic of China. The ceremony was com- pleted with the unveiling of the senior class project. The 1986 class contributed an updated corner stone which identified Adrian College. It is located on the intersection of Madison and Michigan Avenues. XJ aa, ' A 'VV, W Dr. Stanton addresses 1986 graduates. Paula Blanchard receives her honorary doctorate Anita Dancer smiles after commencement. Paula Blanchard was the guest speaker at graduation Mary Coughlin walks to the bell tower for more of the ceremonies. .fl '-Q 1 - Marylynn Pitlanish unveils the senior gift. A smile on her face, Lori Simpson receives her diploma. I Graduates file out of Dawson Auditorium. 15 Commencement ceremonies at the Bell Tower. "A time to laugh, a time to cry." '31-:lf is 1 SS'l L:I 986 CD '1 rn Q. c m as O 3 xi xi cn 2 II .I 3 I- rr 2 78 Graduation HWWVV Marylynn Pitlanish and Gina Valentino conduct the ribbon ceremony. Dr. Stanton congratulates Becky Jeffers. Q Lance Freeman hams it up. X The ribbon ceremony takes place after commencement. C. W. Banfield crosses the stage. Tim Allen knows where A. 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Calhoun Flow 3 T. Doty, S. Spohler, J. Parshall, S. Thallman, G. Knight, Fl. Novy, B. Mosson, R. Liva, T. Krenselewski, C. Zachary, B. Foster, J. Dell, K. Fry, T. Parshall, J. Bowens, D. Dixon Row 4 K. Martin, B. Urban, J. Duesom, R. Van Tiem, D. Hester, T. Keller, C. Otlewski, B. Crosthwaite, M. Mosson, R. Stafford, P. Fletcher, J. Pappas, B. Double, L. Postle, -dum, . if-' 1 Row 5 T. Bone, P. Welter, S. Reinke, G. Wasmer, S. Ledzianow, J. Up ton, A. Jakubowski, J. Goodes, P. Maceroni, M. McGee, V. D'AIfonso T. Bennet, T. Fralick, Trainer D. Everhart, Row 6 J. Deere, M. Smith, T Coye, C. Collins, B. Flex, P. Ervin, T. Cassidy, J. Wade, T. Campbell, A Blodgett, M. Williams, D. Dixon, M. Pyorala, D. Collins, B. Merrilat Manager Terry, Flow 7 M. Taylor, B. Badour, E. Dukes, M. Flower, E Schuler, K. Cassidy, D. Koppelberger, C. Davis, K. Bluhm, J. Gallager D. Becker, T. Bauchler, C. Hogg, R. Costello Flow 8 Coaches: Duffy Mensing, Van Guass, Labodie, Pethal, Lyle, Turnball, Pontius. 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' - cu A -Q ,ww g , lip? Q f f A l , . '.g.a..nl.lx4.ifm:- L- I' 'W ". . M .I 5""'llz"' I' w-Mfds-adsn-Huw. Wf., .,,,,,,,,,,, W ' " ,, , . 1. Coach Lyle and Coach Pethal show their intensity during a thrilling Bulldog 2. Senior Steve Konkle stretches to catch the first of two touchdowns against 3. Freshman Al Jakubowski leaps to block a punt and eventually smothers it for a touchdown in the Homecoming victory over Olivet. 4. Senior Bob Smedly eludes tacklers for one of his many gains. 5. Senior Greg Pscodna focuses in on his prey. 80 6. The Bulldog Defense celebrates a Quarter-Back sack! Sports 3 U1 I . ,sa 1- it -- ' - 8 ft- i Q f' .8 ft is ' . as . 1 't . . . .. 'H f sf- - sv., s The 1985 Bulldog football squad put together it's seventh 4consecutive winning season. The "Dawgs" finished the season second in the league behind Albion with a 4-1 league record and a 6-3 overall record. Adrian played tough all year long as they outscored their opponents 255-18 at home and the three losses, that came on the road, were only by a com- bined score of 12 points. Also, two of the teams iAlbion and Mt. Unionl that Adrian lost to eventually advanced to the NCAA Division Ill Playoffs. The team was led by a powerhouse offense and an ex- cruciating defense. The offense placed six players on the All- MIAA team and the defense placed four. On offense: Tight End Bob Smedly, who was also named as the ieague's Offen- sive Co-MVP, Offensive Guard Joe Markovitch, Center Steve Bohl, Quarterback Bruce Crosthwaite, Split End Rob Banks, and, for the third year in a row, Kicker Mike Farrell. On the other side of the ball, Defensive Back Bill Johnston, and, for the second year in a row, Linebackers Gary Guidos and Kevin Stout, and Defensive Tackle Greg Pscodna. Adrian was also honored to have four players named to the Pizza Hut All- American Team. They were Guidos, Pscodna, Smedly, and Farrell. As for the team awards ivoted by their teammatesl, Guidos, Pscodna, and Smedly were named team, defensive, and offensive MVP in their respective order. The final 1985 MIAA Statistical Leaders were also dominated by the Bulldogs. Out of the 14 different categories, Adrian held the lead in eight of them. They are Robert Banks, Punt and Kick Returns, Bruce Crosthwaite, Offensive and Passing Leader, Steve Konkle, Pass Receiving by yards, and Bob Smedly, Pass Receiving by Catches. On the season, Adrian set six MIAA football records. They were: Adrian's 213 points in one season, Adrian's 2319 yards total offense was a modern day record, Quarterback Bruce Crasthwaite set records for total offense with 1,183 yards and set a new record for passing efficiency, Placekicker Mike Far- rell set a new standard for most extra points with 24 the also did not miss an extra point in his career making 84 in a rowj, and Robert Banks is the record-holder in the new category - All-Purpose Running. As for the outlook for next season, the Bulldogs will be los- ing eight starters on defense and five on offense along with their place kicker. However, Coach "Labs" looks optimistic as he states, "The 119865 Season looks bright - we have some holes to fill, but the kids that backed-up last year will be ready to play." So look for the 1986 unit to carry on that Bulldog winning tradition. Sports 81 , ,F 'T ,QW . I 7 ' f f 1 'V lf Q .. 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Sophomore QB Bruce Crosthwaite "throws" his way to All-League stats. 5. Tim Fralick lowers his shoulder to deliver another blow to the defender. 6. Another perfect strike from Crosthwaite to Smedly. 7. Adrian's Pizza Hut All-Americansg Mike Farerll, Gary Guidos, and Bob Smedly qmissing from photo - Greg Pscodnai. 8. Senior Kevin Stout lowers the boom on Albion's Quarterback. 9. Senior Rob Banks turns on the after-burners. 10. The "Thrill of Victory!" 11. The "Agony of Defeat!" Sports 83 SPIKERS CCIVIE ALIVE IN '85! M9142 l X, ,rf . V, N-ff Q, ,,, lc' ' ,V , ,io " T' all " 34 x' fries' f Jf' 'Jig - fi ' iv Y J ,,, ,rf .ia , Coach Norma Gladu, Tammy Holloway, Dawn Pigg, Tracy Collar, Pam Harvitt, Shelly Armbruster, Karla Wiles, ' I L Olga Hernandez, Anne Grieser, Roxy Beck, Fei Fei Lee, Debbie Lange, Rose Lytle, Sue Agosti. f 'lan 4.. Q. Qi 7 I 3, 1 'lx S wmv " Mu Dawg f 1 L N. X ,,-,,f fe . ' ' n M-Q Maw- We new W - jr 1 i-.----- 84 Sports WE --1. . MAQM'-,,.f"' .f J Nh' M, W ,,,. ,.,- -.. ji X The women's 1985-86 volleyball team boasted a 32-9-O overall record. This was the most wins in a season for an Adrian College team. "This means he team had to work hard and work as one unit," Doach Norma Gladu commented at season's end. Calvin was the toughest opponent, taking three of the first four games from the Adrian Women Spikers. lt was their only loss on their home court all season. "The 'Dog House' was very good to JS," Gladu said. Seniors Sue Agosti, Debbie Lange and Rose Ly- :le were selected as team MVPs. All three played Jnder Miss Gladu for four years. Their dedication and desire to excel brought them from a 6-14 freshman record to a 32-9-1 senior year. All League Players include Sue Agosti, first :eam all-league for the third timeg Tammy -lolloway and Rose Lytle were selected to the second team all-league in the MIAA. Next season's outlook is a good with seniors Tammy Holloway, Roxy Beck and Sue Grieser eading the way. Juniors Dawn Pigg, Pam Harvitt, Tracy Collar and Olga Hernandez, who will be the wumber one setter, will all play strong roles in the 1986 season. A , 2' x t ,, , A-w4,.f.M.W W . y -3-.. 0""'Wq?" A ...Q ,Y W... 4, H 1. Tammy goes up for the kill 2. Rose touches it over the net for a point. 3. Sue says "ln your face 4. Tracy Collar eyes spike 5. Tammy goes "Ninja for the save 6. Debbie shows her prowess above the net. 7. Sue goes high for the spike 8. Dawn dinks one home in the Dog House. g E EJ ,aux Soccer Shows Progress The 1985 Bulldog Soccer team kicked thier way to a 7-8-3 record overall and placed 6th in the league with a 4-8 mark. Coach Roger Fechner said, "One of the main highlights of the season was winning the Wittenburg tournament." ln the first round against Dennison, they played a tough match and won it in a shoot-out in overtime. Goalie Doug Jarvis turned in a great performance in goal in that game and in the tournament. The team's only senior was Captain Mike Fritz who displayed great leadership to the younger players. The strength of this young team was shown by Freshman Defender Joe Huck who was the only freshman in the league selected to the first team All-MIAA. Joe was also voted team MVP by his teammates as he set a school season record for assists with 9 and also scored 6 goals. Sophomore Forward Larry Kuzniar equaled his single-season scoring record of 15 goals and was selected to the All-MIAA second team. Players selected to the Honorable Mention team were, Midfielders Mike Fritz and Mike Willerer, Defender Tim Heckman, and Goalie Doug Jarvis. The 1986 team loses only one senior, Captain Mike Fritz, and will look to Junior Captains Tlm Heckman, Larry Kuzniar, and Mike Willererx for leadership. In 1985, the team started 3 freshmen, 5 sophomores, 2 juniors, and one senior and Coach Fechner said, "the team is still quite young, but it should begin to reach its potential next fall." "5 Q 5 if ggi? 5 ' t :. 'Qi' - as :..,' 14 a -ee -ff" 1 . ,,+-a.li-jglfgy., " " P. . '24 f- f" tri M ' " H- ,, 'Q ,M 'Z' L. t t inf" X, 'Y S, 1 8 gi, .N . 1 m " do , . . S if ' lm ,Y Fl v r W ff' ir nl ie 5 YK f fs ' ' v" g ., ...Nj 12 Freshman Joe Huck drills a pass to teammate Terry Jackson Q 1.l. 2. Senior Mike Fritz touches the ball to Larry Kuzniar. 3. Steve Small gets ready to move through the defenders. 4. Larry Kuzniar fires a shot enroute to 15 goals in 1985. 5. Mike Fritz makes his move into the middle past the Alma defender. 6. Dave Pietrzak speeds untouched down the sideline as fans and teammates watch in amazement. 7. Sophomore Frank McKevitt thunders past the defender. 8. Brad Flestum sets himself for a cross. 9. Joe Huck "goes to the BaII!!" 10. Mike Fritz challenges for the ball as Walt and Brad move to All M . i . .:4m:iSr59VN, .Am 5 Mt g "v'Wbn'-.wfwvwggif ,ix-Q 1 - My , Q, - -E YN K k 1.4 va - V 5 in . -4 y. 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The team MVP Kathy Smalley was a leader on the field and played tough enough to earn a birth on the All-MIAA first team which is selected by the leagues coaches. Goalie Cathy Steuwe was selected to the second team All-MIAA with her strong defensive play. The highlight of the 1985 season was the game against the Knights of Calvin in the mud. Both teams battled the weather and each other in a ,,,, .........-i.... I , -+1 1 - ..N,.-.....f...l....,..t.-i",' Field Hockey Team game in which both teams displayed great sportsmanship. Although Calvin came out the win- ner, the Bulldogs came away form the games satisfied with their play. The outlook for the 1986 season looks to be strong. For the first time there will be a recruited class of players which will give the team some much needed experience among the younger players. Four key players will be returning from the 1985 squad. Kathy Smalley and Debbie Cooper will be two strong players up front, and Martha Gonzales and Cathy Steuwe will be the main stoppers on defense. X '.'-filff, Q x ' ' ' ' X ' 'A ' L1 , l','.4::7fir,s.l- Row 1: S. Leu, K. Motte, K. Penton, M. MacKenzie, Smalley, T. Nugent, S. Sadowitz, G. Chmiel, D. S. Higgins, M. Gonzales, Row 2: C. Steuwe, K. Cooper, E. Parker, Coach Terry Faust. , . .Q ' Q. . , 1' " 'D R . +9 1 it , it , 1 V3 , 1 ' ' '1 M R f . ... .,,i--i ii, 8' Vgg, grig A 1 1 A- ,Q . -I1 ,:g, . ..g, .. V+ it 1 ' , s . .... .... ... .... . .... .... ..,.s sssl t.... H9 , .....,,.. . R . x M K ,h ge f i vt. If U -, w..f :gm-in--,. 5 ,-,, ' if i - . wx ' ' L' i si " S " Y ' ' , s " 3 9 1 LY . " fi il ti ssii F i.t. .--., .Ml 1 ' 1 . , .ii.. ,Q-' . 1 i . . is Pts, , g . .5-Q !.sg,,Ak,,, Q.. . R A K K A my , ..ii 8 Q . 1 1 9 3584, . xx x- 1 t V , . ., ., , .... H , N 1 1 ' 'f ilk-2 wg sm, 1 J 1 . L 1 XM .. A . . 11 . 1 Q . 1 1 . wt- - Q ,.t. ' ' X ' 1 . . f . ,. 5 -t .- -2. ,- , Q.. 1 - ,- m 1 - .- , TX-1. K f I " . 1- F ' "A I 11 . ff- 1- 1 I . 11 -- -is ,Q 19' 1 . ' HK ' -.'i . ...- , :f,w11. i -W' tm' if H J. ' 1 1 ' V , . sq. X- . gi X A 5 .. k?:5k.gik .:,f, 55 .W 1, X V.. :d wg .-,, ,mi Lb I-LA t N131 'La k it K .Jef S gt.: Nxxw Jag ,-,gk as X X- 1 -,xi 3 me 11 W5 1-Swift 11 'X' 1- 11.514 ga - i 1' 1 x1-Eff - 'Eff '-hw. Helier' owl ,lf Therese Nugent, Shanna Sadowitz, and Kathy Smalley play tough Bulldog Defense. Sticks It To 'Emu t lie! af r I -'LL - -1 Q.. - is , It s. . Q. . . 1 e , s N ' .'Wt.i. 5 f' sts swat s X 2 K sf' fffyffw """' .w " lfygy 1 U, . 1. "kdm f ' v'yf lun: , if J ,,.. .1 ,,- ' Q -' ' f, Y- . , .f f 'xf P- ,. ' 4 ,5'VN'e, O yn., - fi- f . -,,,,' 1, ,Y . W 'QM . , 1. Kathy Smalley, assisted by Kirsten Penton, breaks ahead of the Hope defender. 2. Therese Nugent races for the goal. 3. Sally Leu hits the ball out of traffic. 4. Sally Leu gets set for a penalty shot. 5. Karen Motte and Shanna Sadowitz battle an Alma defender for the loose ball. i f'iL.fl,-" W1 is. Sports 89 Harriers Gain Valuable Experience Standing L to R: Jenny Shruat, Steve Craw, Dave Holt, Dave Barget, Brian Stolle, Dave Kang, Mark Diebold, Bryan Carson. Sitting L to R: Coach Dave Emsweller, Bill Selberg, Kerry Erickson, Mort Nace, Coach Mike Soloman. 'fs Above: Kerry Erickson surges past an Alma harrier. Above right: Brian Stolle shows his strong running form. Above far right: Bill Selberg and Mort Nace striving for the finish line. Right: Adrian Bulldogs off to a strong start. 90 Sports ln 1985 the Cross Country team compiled a record of 2-6 overall, while going 1-6 in league play. The harriers were led by Kerry Erickson, who was selected as the team's most valuable runner. Throughout the year the team showed significant improvement as each meet passed. This was evident in the league meet in which 7 out of 11 runners ran their personal best times, at this meet. Coaches David Emsweller and Mike Soloman look forward to next year, since most of this year's team will be returning. They promise next year's cross country team will be much more competitive. Bulldog Golfers Finish Well Xe Q . .'s1+Qsi , it Y' A x - 7 .,-,ii1:, . ' ,A .ww , , if I fsmiifg .vs 'gk 16 .sail li l SK 51 .5,. X Lktk J ws K Q. .rv 'il i Row 1: B. Foster, R. Ruiz, A. Deutscher, Row 2: R. Leicht, M. Skuratovitch, 4. Reed, Coach Gregg Arbaugh. Not pictured: S. Mitchell. , Q ,.. 'Na i, . WNW g . .gi ?:w A. N! -W -1-tifgfsz S asia. .SB , 1. Senior Andy Deutscher shows the , form that made him a leader on the 'f golf team for four years. vi 2. Rob Ruiz drives one into a brisk "rt .'i' 1 wind. 'lffi' 3. Bob Foster may have a good shot at replacing Andy Deutscher at the number one spot next season. The 1985 Bulldog Men's Golf Team began their season slowly, but finished strong with a pair of third place finishes and a second place finish to end the season. Theg did well enough to finish fifth in the league, as livet was the league champions this year. The highlight of the golf season was their last meet in which the team finished second out of a field of seven. This was due to the fact that all of the players were able to play their best at the same time. The Bulldogs lose only two seniors to graduation, Andy Deutscher and Sam Mitchell. Andy was chosen by his teammates and the team MVP with the best average score over the entire season. All of the re- maining players will be returning next season, and perhaps could keep that winning attitude alive. The Bulldogs also will lose a member to retirement this year. Coach Gregg Arbaugh is retiring after serv- ing many years at Adrian as an Instructor of Physical Education, Athletic Director, and as coach of Golf, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Track, and many others throughout his career at Adrian which began in the 1950's. Taking over as golf coach for the 1986 season will be Coach Buck Riley. We wish both of these gentlemen success. - .NH .. ,.., .. ,. ' K an Y ":' 1' tsstsi AQ 'V -Q .. 's 'Q' X' ' ft"'1"""' " -'..:':.'I NN ' wits' ' 11 9. in was-f.a's st. .Fl ,., t t o or ' Norma is ,Sm ' K- K . . .gli ,I " . all! gx .gill , Sports 91 Dunkin' Dawgs Finish Row 1: B. Mang, R. Miller, M. White, D. Malick, T. Rosso, Trainer DeBest, Coach Buck Riley, D. Dittmer, D. Hubbard, C. Moore S. Costanza Row 2: Coach Adell Young, D. Kryz, K. Balmert, J, Coach "Rock" Haines. YK 'Wk HN' .f' -gs E' X N9 92 Sports Season on a High Note The 1985-86 Adrian College Bulldog Men's Basketball Team once again displayed a team that was exciting to watch. Led by sophomore guard Mark White, the Dunkin' Dawgs finished fourth in the league with a 6-6 record, and ended up with a 16-9 record overall. As Coach Buck Riley looked back on the season, he summed it up like this: "When you consider that we were suspect in many important areas such as offensive rebounding, scoring, and leadership, our players responded well in meeting all of the challenges." ln a home game against cross-town rival Sienna Heights, the Dawgs gave their best effort by shooting 68"!o from the floor while holding the Saints to only 390!o shooting. Adrian won that contest 74-67. The Bulldogs also defeated an always tough Hope College basketball team, 69-61, which was great for the program. Coach Fliley also said that beating Rio Grande College 169-681 and Marion College Q71- 63l on the road were two big highlights of the season. The Dogs won 10 of their last 13 and outscored their opponents on the season by a margin of 1874-1695 while averaging 75 points per game. Guard Mark White was selected to the 2nd Team All-MIAA as he led the team with 140 assists and averaged 13.2 points per game. For his effort, Mark was voted by his teammates and the MVP for the season. Named to the All-MIAA Honorable Mention Team were, Senior Center and Co- Captain Jeff DeBest, Junior Forward and Co-Captain Dan Hubbard, Junior Guard Bob Mang, and Freshman Forward Daryl Dittmer. Next year, the Dunkin' Dawgs will lose only one senior Neff DeBestl to graduation. Coach Riley says he is optimistic about next season - "lf the players can make more of a commitment to the team, it could be an excellent year, We return a lot of veterans, however we have a very difficult non-conference schedule, and all of the MIAA schools will be improved from top to bottom." QVWS 574 7 -rl""" le na i mm 2 -twrffrn 110,16 .vt in alms: "YY OZIILQII ' 'll 77S-wsxugyg M" l tmxn 1- 1 'N ' '5!!xlSI:U! 'fi 4 fi J Q, . S har 1. Jeff DeBest battles the Sienna Heights defender for a loose ball. 2. Dan Hubbard celebrates the Sienna victory with friends in the stands. 3. The Dunkin' Dawgs celebrate the 74-67 victory over Sienna. 4. Senior Jeff DeBest skies high with a turn-around jumper. 5. Freshman Daryl Dittmer gets posi- tion on a rebound against Olivet. 6. Sophomore guard Mark White was voted team MVP by his teammates in 1986. Sports 93 swf 'S Sports Y"Qnn Q3 fi. -. 1. Freshman Forward Daryl Dittmers team- leading 60.4"fo field goal shooting earned him honorable mention honors. 2. Junior Swing-man Bob Mang led Adrian's shooting attack, averaging 13.4 points per game. 3. Junior Dave Malick shot 88.9"!: from the free- throw line this season. 4. Bob Mang clamps down on defense against Albion. 5. Mark White goes up for a finger-role lay-up against Sienna. 6. Dan Hubbard goes up for a powerful dunk. 7. Sophomore Tim Rosso drives past a Sienna Heights man. 8. Charles Moore played well off the bench all season for the Bulldogs. 9. Mark White had an amazing 140 assists in 1986. 11. Dan Hubbard shows good sportsmanship as the Sienna victory celebration continues. 10. Senior Jeff DeBest grabbed a team-leading 134 rebounds and blocked 20 shots on the season. S -4 vi 'WW-12 I tw.w.,M,.W,, ,W AY : f""". 'L W- H... . .L Pl .1 P '1gzv .mf YF e 3 ' l!1llP S kg ,Y X ,f .. is V k...,.ar Q, f W? , f w aiagm .ki- W Sports 95 Lady Cagers Shoot 'Em Down Row 1: S. Lee, L. Vettes, A. Rawley, K. Nilsen, M. Kraemer, T. Holloway, Coach Kerby, S. Higgins. Flow 2: Coach Nancy Lori Spotts. Walsh, L. A. Jessup, M. Hull, D. Pigg, L. The 1985-86 Adrian College Women's Basketball Team played a tough season that ended with them winning 11 of their last 14 games. The girls finished the season with an overall record of 15-7, and tied for second in the MIAA with an 8-4 record. The Lady Cagers played very tough in their first game of the season against John Carroll University. They battled to a 68-67 victory in that game to begin an exciting year of basket- ball. In another close game against Findley College, the girls barely squeeked by with a 55-54 win in the final seconds of the game. Led by a pair of quick senior quards, the Bulldogs possessed an always exciting fast break. Lorri Vettes was named to the first-team all-MIAA squad as a shooting guard. Four-year letter winner Ann Ftawley was a second-tearr all-MIAA pick, giving Adrian a very good weapon with this one-two punch. Next season, the Dogs will need a lot ol great leadership from Mary Kraemer, Tammy Holloway, and Dawn Pigg to keep the winning tradition going. Coach Nancy Walsh will be turning over her coaching duties to Lori Spotts as she retires as Head Women's Basketball Coach after many years. She now sits among the leaders in the nation for most career wins by a women's basketball coach. We wish her. her predecessor, and the Lady Dogs mucl' success in the years to come. W yt-lu -W-'--.-.-.,,...,, "wif ,.......,,. ., V.,,. V . ,,,. .,., , ,,,, lf, ef if ' t- tft Zz .,... ,.,.,..W,,,,, M Vyyy J., . 2,5 W .ztt t,,.. is . . ,, . ":k it , 96 Sports ref-is ff We X Wills " Guard Lorri Vettes anticipates a pass to the Seniors Ann Rawley and Laurie Nilsen stop Kazoo player in the corner. Laurie Nilsen puts up ajumper in a crowd. Tami Holloway goes up for an easy lay-up. Dawn Pigg played consistently all year. Lorri Vettes pushes up the floor as Ann and Dawn Pigg support from behind. Marcia Hull wins a jump ball against Kazoo. Qi All 7 .90 -A ABHIM Y EW-WMM wmxvaqi YI VMI. ,- .1 , V: it ,lf E' yy to '23 V- ,l LL,,,L . w i. H' in ,WN A V ,rrtbh MM -S M1 ,v Sports 97 The 1986 Adrian College Men's Swin Team had a good season considering the fact that they were lacking in numbers They finished 1-5 in the MIAA and 3-1 overall. Every swimmer on the team im proved as the season progressed. Bulldog Tankers Show Row 1: G. Cerny, T. DeYoung, W. Frost, J. thews, C. Dolan, M. Parcells, Not pictured: Misseldine. Row 2: Coach John Weeks, T. Jackson, R. Brenneman. Manager J. Fortner, A. Reeves, J. Mat- .H-W wmwswff' A "' Q , 1, ,,,, yggi ':,' Arrrkrk fi' , ,. M, '- f ,rim 1 ,W 'ara ' ' Co-Captain Tom DeYoung was the team MVP and was named to the 1st tean all-MIAA for the third straight season. A the league meet, he won the 200 Breas Stroke by breaking his own school recorr with a time of 2:15.90. Terry Jackson set: school record in the 200 Butterfly with 1 time of 2:06.51. Coach John Weeks said, "Next yea should be a good season for Adrian." The whole team will be returning with the ex ception of Senior Co-Captain Wayne Frost. The coach also said he looks for ward to a fine recruiting class to give fur ther depth to the team. l 1 mmap 1 ui .ZH 98 Sports x .- . Zig L Progress And Promise .H Row 1: L. Collins, A. Sparkman, K. Conley, Row 2: Coach Weeks, Mgr. J. Fortmer, J. Blissick, M. Kruse, Not pictured: S. Robinson. 1 ,Q-its X ...K rg, X' . ... 1 . . . : M -as-sfrtfs 'QL 'TN-1.-. Wt P-M +423 ig 1. Tom DeYoung strokes his way to another school record. i 2. Coach Weeks shows proper form for exit- ing the pool. 3. Rich Brenneman gets a good lift to start his ' event. 4. Terry Jackson shows record-setting form. 5. The Bulldog women get set for the gun. 6. Amy Sparkman backstrokes her way to all- league honors. . 7. Amy glides through the freestyle. S 8. Kris Conley takes off on the backstroke. 9. Team Manager Jill Fortner checks in the scores with Coach Weeks. 6 .. W 3 K , A , gg xg .,, .H . , -. K f 4. t' ' tffimi. . s g ig ' ' L Q' .. 'K i- g g gif: f K. : r A 'rs ' fs ' get k,,6:1.iS.. -. ' . ', , :N-.. - . .sg ' Q' . we A .,, 1 xy ' .- f --1 - t 4. sk eg, fxiixfk me K f '- 9 J ' 1 . ' rw - -'4 w. ' ' f ' : ': -, A ... g 5 A Q . My . .. tw-Lqvl. ' 1 . ... -wg . .Q f"-N-'Us Lp. The 1986 Adrian College Women's Swim Team also had a problem with numbers, but what they lacked in quantity, they made up for with quality. Two of the team's six swimmers were named to the all-MIAA 1st Team. They were Captain Amy Sparkman and Lisa Collins. Although the women tankers finished with a record of 1-5 in the league and 3-6 overall, their record does not indicate how they performed in their meets. As the season progressed, each swimmer lowered her times, and at the league meet, all of the women had significant time drops and placed well. Next season, the Lady Tankers will return all of their squad with the exception of Kris Conley due to graduation. Coach Weeks said he will look to a strong freshman class to add depth to this fine squad and has high hopes that he 1987 season will be a fine one. Sports 99 Bulldogs Battle To Beach 500 Mark . W I 1 K f 4. K - L 9 I Q t q f . .9 -'s - K 1. Coach Laux eagerly looks on. 2. Rob Liva fields a slow roller. y 3. Andy Leone looks at a ball low. 4. Brian Brownwell rounds 3rd onl his way to another Dog run. 5. Steve Konkle smacks a base hit against Michigan. 6. Stan Masters awaits a throw to third. 7. These three seniors all played big roles in the BuIldog's success. 8. Scott Straub starts a Bulldog scuffle. 9. Bob Czapla starts his slide into home. 10. Mike Skuratovitch hurles a fastball to a Michigan batter. . M, K-fwl.- f M If Q 1 J V ,. 4 A- , xQ'?ifjAVg,L,,',','- ,,.,..,.--"' 5 M ..' "f.'J,"',,-, V .123 IHMLZ' j.Y:,,Q,p:5'rE"VfW'f' 'rw' ,iv-.br M ,fa lf' ll --112f1t 'w".-'f'e.f'--121-Q ,:L4f' qw , V W I' . v? W. V . - W vvlya'-'gy V. ,Q V 3,1 f- Aff' ,- , 'ul z, ,' V . , me A We 'W' -'ff ' .-ni4..,'-'Q-1'-' 'l.-1f:z1f'f.-sw.,-,,,l Q,-. 1, ,-, Q V gx yl-rigs- ,, - "M uf f 5 :rw ' Q' , Q "W I ,,mi,,,g.?!c5'5 df! K - was -, ffl- , .. ' I .Wg .- 'fl ,Ill Xl U - 2 Z X El A .fm , Mft, Z , ' hi... nu.-. . The 1986 Bulldo the outsider looking in, an average season of thrills and spills. But to the members of this squad, it was a season of progress, determina- tion, and improvement. The success of the season was due, in great part, to the 6:00 a.m. practices and the Florida trip. This can be related to the question of, "Why did the chicken cross the road?" Natural- ly to get to the other side, which is what this team's goal was from the beginning - to be a winner. Seniors Lyndon Donat, Greg Pscodna, and Steve Konkle showed strong leadership as well as performances through out the entire season. Pscodna and Andy Leone showed their prowess on the field with each playing sparkl- ing defense and batting over .400 from the plate. The pitching staff, which will only lose one hurler to graduation, should provide ex- perience, leadership, and stability to next year's team. The Bulldog's 1987 season, with everyone returning except three seniors, looks very promising with a very high possibility of captur- ing the MIAA championship, which has eluded them for many years. g Baseball Season was, to ,f ' A'.h'.v 1 i qi-N ,ff 1. 5 ,Mfg , ' N . ku- A,-,iZS?,, ,- 'GQ-., - - t, -, k,V nf ,Lex ,N Q gwkgggg,-.ci ,xg . ,kl:.l.5A, U.dgk-?. 1 is !5Mf9ivi swkfifgygsfxmumaavs,'tgwfVf1"m0 ri 5 i 1 ' -- i'v'rwef'1f- i".-,1.!-r1,'.,As,-1- . K - - 3-,ti-ia, , My .. .A v- - ,, .4 .- 4 ',.' . W A I A .lam -" ' 1 c K . ff ' . . , 4 K I , ul. mg . xl ir'FQ E5 AQ Sports 101 Women's Softball Plays I . , .nf I . 4 ' f . V' . ' r fv I 07, A .nl Q'- t- . 1.5 . 1 ,V , W psf ' at 'il 1 'St .1 :M . 2 t Row 1: R. Beck, L. Vettes, J. Kruczek, A. R. Byrne, J. Rzucidlo, M. Foster, R. -'Ig',,, Grieser, B. Rose, A. J. Wright. Row 2: Asst. Hollister, Coach Lori Spotts. AVQ Coach Jim Hamilton, K. Steuwe, L. Davis, W to itt'ti"i "'tt"'t'f'Ms"'-M Q.-aqbl L. is vii!"-""' " K... Xi! - ...ai . 6A 107 1. Lorri Vettes checks with the third base coach as she steps in to the batter's box. 2. Laura Davis concentrates on hitting. 3. Coach Lori Spotts checks out the situation on the field. 4. The women watch as the Bulldogs take their turn at bat. 5. Brenda Rose is set to take off from second. 6. Ann Grieser shows the skills that earned her all-MIAA honors. 7. Rita Byrne calls time as she steps in to the batters box. 8. Lorri Vettes played a solid centerfield for the Bulldogs all season. 9. Rachelle Hollister checks with coach Spotts for the sign. 10. Jackie Kruczek takes a ball high and outside. 11. Michelle Foster hugs the 1st base line in a game against Sienna. 1 . Catcher Roxy Beck waits for the pitch. 102 Sports Tough Throughout The Season The 1986 Bulldog Softball Team played better than their record would indicate. Coach Lori Spotts said that there were several close games throughout the season, and with a little bit of luck, the Bulldogs could have contended for the league title. Finishing with a 7-16 overall record and a 3-7 mark in the MIAA, the girls made the most out of the games they won. They beat Hillsdale 48-1l, Nazareth Q13-51, and Olivet Q11-11 by trememdous margins, showing thier potential to be a winning squad. Coach Spotts felt that Defiance College was their most exciting victory of the season. The year before, Defiance had badly beaten Adrian in both games of a double-header. The Lady Dawgs were good enough this year to beat them 2-0 in the opening game of the season. The 1987 Softball squad will be without Rita Byrne, Laura Davis, Jackie Kruczek, and Jean Rzucidlo, all lost to graduation. Coach Spotts said, "The outlook for next year should be promising. Although we are losing a few quality players, we will have a strong nucleus of people with game experience returning." 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WMMQMY, my A ,MMM f V 'Y - V 4? ,wx- Mfiwxqff --15" t . ,sm WMMWEQ M-M 5 2 its 5 3 ". Mi.. f I ' 5 59 ggfglf . g si jfififsi ggg is Q S mf i E, :gf L1 Q 5 is 52' fr E E gg Wifi? . 2-K v X -Q gif? 2-.M -x iii . M M ... rss? SEQEQQQQH if M ei if-L, h EEE, 95 1 we , , L--,E i.,.m w M,-H" 525' ' ' ' EM 9 2353? 116 Greeksflndependents i 32 if y age ly, 1' 'ii Flow 1: Patty Piniewski, Joan Basien, Robin Roasa, Michelle Boursaw, Scott Faust, Melanie Themanson, Molly O'Neil, Terry Keegstra, Cheryl Robertson. Row 2: Aziz Arshad, Tom Potts, Therese Nugent, Beth Diederich, Mark Nothdruft, Margaret Towersey, Yvette Benset, Sandy Cron, Diane Brown, Kord Kozma. Row 3: Kathleen Maki, Amy Heddin, Chuck Kietner, Randy Talarek, Jim Wagner, Gabriella Garlock, Mike Burger, Susie Sheldon, Kris Conley, Cindy Swift, Tina Smith, Virgil Bernero, Cheryl Swiheart. Row 4: Scott Gout, Glenn Weatherly, Brian Jones, Charles Moore, Wesley Montgomery, Kris Krohn, Alton Hollingsworth, Tim Penrod. Mike Barker shows the layed-back attitude at Cargo. .md 4:62 Has Keith Williams found a friend? . My P, i.i i --ni Aff! K , iiii wr . , ,,,W If 3, Ki f K ,' , V V , U :af'W't""" X5 6' , , V , .Q A. rf y up 1 Q fl 514 'ld Q' f. Row 1: Lori Brown, Dawn Mikulak, Barb Thorne, Jeanne McLeon, Kelly Lange, Amy Heign, Tom Collins. Row 2: Kris Hollapa, Lisa Caron, Mary Lynn Pitlanish, Jeni Monagin, Scott Price Row 3: Lori Neff, Vonda Marrow, Lisa Young, Amy Beckman, Gianni Galliani, Geoff Westphal, Kim Penn, lrv Williamson Row 4: John Gomola, Doug Everhart, Jeff Sheatlen, Jerry Duvall, Scott Spoehler, Rob Ruiz, Dan Backes 1f1 Looking for a way out, Paul? - Paul Linville. X 0' Ve. FT CLUB Greeksflndependents 117 118 Greeksflndependents "Tw t sa 4 t Row 1: Erin Keene-Kennedy, Marcia Hall, Melody Siebeck, Sean Cotter, Annette Wellman, Tracy McDonald, John Mathews, Ann Beauchamp, David Holt, Michelle Hext, Jerry Stewart Row 2: Doug Paterson, Janet U'Ren, Gina Valentino, Allen Zink ' ' - vi? 1, ,. , , " f '76 " 5- fi fiegf j i e fi 4 75115 . ' 1 f' 1 figs? 1 e , 1 w x h 55 -1 ,t-i f ' ' ' Vi ,"'i,!f", -K -'ii Q l ,4 L, it 1 oe f - i a,. f f,,,g . - Q Q, " 251 A ' l,., LPI Q Q 'Z D Q. f rmfwtwtttwsti t d u it Steve and Tina spend time before a football game to chat about their studies. Jay Van Buren is caught off guard. Row 1: Paul Fletcher, Reed Vantiem Row 2: Tim Cassidy, Jeff Adduchi, Mike Willerer, Lori Stribbel, Chris Rogers, Nancy Griffen, Julie Alger, Bob Miller, Susan Warkoczski, Rob Deffinderfer Row 3: Gary Urban, Tim Rosso, Jim Krizoniak, Chris Dolan, Theresa Nabozny, Roxanne Beck, Carolyn Wells, Gail Weaver, Becky Pfeifer, Amy Hardy Row 4: Todd Gland, Alan Cokrill, Paul Yetter, Tom DeYoung, Toby Boyd, Mike Bradley, Bob Urban, Robert Banks, Tony Krensclewski, Rick Wooldridge, Kevin Martin 'il I-4' Greeksflndependents 119 I x 1 Row 1: Shari Jackson, Liesl Thompson, Cathy Leszezynski, Cheryl McGuire, Michelle Khan, Kimberly Capen, Diane Miller, Michelle VanEtton Row 2: Mary Saunders, Sue Weeks, Dee Dee Herd, Linda Hippler, Bith Bteymier, Ann Breback, Lisa Cox, Jackie Cooper Row 3: Jill Merithew, Roxamme Stec, Tammi Herdon, Carole Bach, Mary Burns, Lanore Roach, Mary Ruiz, Shari Lee, Renee Wood, Christine Halloran, Maggie Cotant, Stephanei Ranie, Natalie Nahass, Ann Mays Row 4: Kim Anderson, Patti Holmes, Joanne Israel, Monna Rubin, Noelle Marine, Mary Jane Felice, Shelly Armbuster, Tima Row 1: Scott Dusett, Marc Maruchi, Brian Merillat, Steve Beebe, Mark Hubbard, Todd Mac Pherson Row 2: Bob Vrnarshi, Mat Tipton, Darin McNabb, Grag Wadsmer, Tom Mack, Dan Griggs, Charles Brown, Bill Badour Row 3: Barron Brown, Mark Richard, Mario McGhee, Brad Balore, Sully Johnston, Jow Ketdhum, Mark Mageran, Hohn Wade, Dave Barger, Tim Scott Row 4: Tom Stochal, Bob Green, Stever Stever, Steve Reinde, Pete Welter, Mike Keys, Bob Bpzak, Scott Morand Row 5: Tom Fralick, Jeff Upton, Larry Postle, Mike Williams, Kevin Cassity, Jeff Goodes, Craig Thimpson, Kan Kpppelberger, Todd Campbell, Bryan Carson, Dick Frazen 120 Greeksflndependents Hubard, Pam Harvitt B Greeksflndependents 121 'Y Row 1: Catherine Leszczynski, Amy Jo Wright, Lauri Hopton, Andrea Burleigh, Yvonne Delley, Dawn Riske, Caroline Yakubesan, Ann Grebeck, Michele Maxwell, Christine Halloran, Diane Paul Row 2: Kim Capen, Maryanne Alicia Campbell, Libby Evans, Karen Pilarski, Julie Cummings, Laura Davis, Christine Painter Row 3: Diane Miller, Carol Morisy, Laurie Nielson, Carolyn Bernbeck, Anita Dancer, Kathy Kane, Laurie Gould, Ruth Vrbenski, Lori Woodard, Kristen Blascak Row 4: Dee Dee Herd, Kathey Yakubesan, Michelle Van Effen, Annette Dilomize, Angie Nawacki, Terri Chmiel, Nicole Montague, Jill Yaroch, Leann Capen :ffl Laura, Diane, and Michele: SHOW THE SPIRIT OF THE ALPHA PHl'S. Ao 122 Greeksflndependents 2-3? i-ft . 'ai -mai' T Row 1: Bill Franscisco, Marc Maruchi, R. J. Liva, Mark Gillis, Dave Murphy, Steve Small, Heidi Kleine Row 2: John White, Joe Lebreto, Paul Johnson, Mike Detzler, Bill Carter Row 3: Toby Boyd, Dave Hitler, Kim Braun, Don Degoski, Michelle Maxwell, Brad Double, Tim Heckman Row 4: Jim Bellmer, Kevin Oswald, Tim Coye, Kyle Hoult, Jack Pounds, Tom Wiggleworth, Daryl Detwhiller, Christine Painter, Steve Russel, Jeff Nightengale, Greg Carb, Todd Horner 41 Tim, John, Bill, and Kevin: Show their new found skills - READING and WRITING. 42 Karen Pilarski and Tim Heckman Take time out to smile for the camera. Greeksflndependents 123 Am Am Row 1: Beth Hommell, Lisa Droste, A , ' 1' 1 ' A i , Martha Gonzalez, Carrie Soja, Nancy Warbarton, Barb Miller, Natalie Nahass, Ann Mays Row 2: Karen Koyle, Karen Cummings, Karen Kramer, Kim Braun, Cynders Disalvo, Laula Atkinson, Stacy Hardy, Leti Delgado, Heidi Klein, Edye Parker Row 3: Tammy Holloway, Terri Traver, Kathy LaTurneau, Sandy Brisse, Stephanie Zink, Lisa Young, Kelly Stuts, Pam Wade, Patti Brisse, Allison Peregord Row 4: Anne Rawley, Jill Fortner, Jackie Kruczek, Margaret McShane, A Brenda Weeks, Debbie Lange, Sue Agosti, Michele Quinn, Lori Simpson BIG BROTHERS Row 1: Mark Molton, Joe Fitzgerald, Pat Doss, John White, Greg Wicking Row 2: Paul Reucsh, Todd Horner, Dave Hitler, Paul Johnson, Kerry Erickson, Rick Schwartz Row 3: Rick Leight, Todd Mac Pherson, Michael Kuzniar, Dave Pietrzak, Charles Erickson 124 Greeksflndependents .1 A , J 3 Row 1: George Earslon, Ed Oliver, Greg O'Brien , X rfifg, If Row 2: Chris Hauch, Rick Leight, Norb Donersbach, Rick Faust i A J, , X f Row 3: Scott Zuckerburg, Scott Nickols, Scott McClure, W' Rob Trimpe, Rob Delfine, Mike Nelson, Jeff Walz H 'Q NOT SHOWN: Todd Mac Pherson, Matt Heflin, Chris TQ H , A Broski il ,t 4 i . Q -Q 'EL IV: 31 During Homecoming week the TKE's gather at the bell tower to express their spirit for another bulldog victory. Greeksflndependents 125 Row 1: Lenore Roach, Desiree Hardy, Ginger Schue, Jeannete Nicastri, Angie Bredemeir, Teri Johnston Row 2: Dana Ziemer, Jean Gillespie, Denise Mumby, Julie Stumpmier, Jody Sharrow, Beth Scheirer Flow 3: Sandy Brenneman, Vallery Seaburn, Amee Fryske, Jennifer Musser, Bernadette Gossner, Michelle Kruse, Suzy Van Dusen, Keli Spears, Melissa Emery Row 4: Tina Olsen, Gina Grandaminico, Carmen Hunter, Amy Sparkman, Christy Brown, Fran Blackmore, Lori Koster, Julie Donn, Diana Jones, Michelle Foster, Dawn Jones, Jenny Shroat, Becky Gerace 126 Greeksflndependents ws, Becky Gerace smiles as she returns from another hard day at class! lllllU f Y Q 2. Q Q 9 4 1 Row 1: Dave Pietrzak, Doug Jarvis, Paul Reusch, Row 2: Chris Doyle, Karl Hamilton, Steve Householder, Mike Anderson, Bruce, Eric Remely, Joe Fitzgerald. Flow 3: Van Johnson, Steve Bollinger, Walt Harrington, Mike Fritz, Brian Bondarenko. Flow 4: Willard Shultz, Pete Gavalis, Scott Plzak, Mike Kuzniar, Eric Hanson, Pete Schumacher, Dave Kryz, Tim Tuin. Row 5: Mark Anderson, Jeff DeBest, Spencer Sellas, Bret Veldhoff. M Flow 1: Dave Kryz, Steve Bollinger, Glenn Burgess, Steve Householder, Karl Hamilton, Mike Anderson. Flow 2: Jim Tanzy, Dave Pietrzak, Doug Jarvis, Willard Schultz, Mark Anderson. ,ez Two Little Sisters, Lynn Castle and Vicki Pyzwara, enjoy Homecoming. Greeksflndependents 127 '? Iv" I' Q t A' ..,i, Y , 4, ., f' ,, 222 128 Greeksflndependents N Y , ill' Left: Reflecting back on memories from last year's Mound, Paula eagerly anticipates the arrival of this year's editions. Top Flight: Taking time off from her RA. duties, Karen attempts to organize the activities of her sorority life. Row 1: Anne Gulliver, Camielle Anderson, Karla Flaim, Sue Borowick, Sherri Samuels, Dawn Hornung. Row 2: Christy Kain, Jacqui Kruse, Katie Schian, Karen Boilore, Michele Gogan, Paula Mocheri. Row 3: Lisa Pinkerton, Lisa Hathaway. ,au K, Row 1: Scott Smith, Rob Cogswell, AI Richards, Steve Doolan, Tim Doty, Tim Swanson, Lincoln Brown, Chris Zachary, Rick Swartz, Steve Taromina, Frank Vernarsky, Paul Fletcher Row 2: Mike Serra, Chris Rully, Steve Trozak, Chris Huntson, J. R. Smith, Bill Lucas, AI Copeland, Pete Lund Row 3: Dave Gavalis, Tim Kreuz, Roy Wirtz, John Mock, Jeff Haslow, Tom Luettke, Ken Carson Row 4: Tim Cassidy, Gary Urban, Jim Carlson, Greg Wicking, Rich Perernel, Dan Daly, Kevin Cassidy, Rich Tyan, Mark Lang, Rob Defenderfer 41 The brothers of Theta Chi salute you! 32 Jon Dorrow and Jeff Haslow want to play ball! GX Greeksflndependents 129 if K C Q. it ' , f-.P f-1 ,if +S- Glluhz X Qrganizatinnz ALPHA KAPPA PSI 4 First Row: Joe Fettig, Scott Tallman, Ann Greiser, Samantha Spicer, Lynetter Visser, Bob Abrahms, Charles Moore. Second Flow: Sue Agosti, Vivien Townsend, Paul Gogan, Nancy Griffin, Kris Haddad, Sandy Brisse, Chris Allyre, Stephanie Zink, Vaughn Fabry. Third Flow: Greg Switchulis, Lance Freeman, Derek DuBois, Bob Dugan, Shanna Sadowitz, Lisa Young. Fourth Flow: Lisa Hathaway, Carole Bach, Andy Blugerman, Leah Landis, Sally Ley, Michelle Harris, Kirsten Penton. AMA f cX1"J" ' an Front Flow: Gina Valentino, Kathy Kane, Gary Housteau, Rose Lytle, Brenda Weeks, Lori Smith, Mike Farrell. Middle Flow: Mr. Quinlan, Chuck Stock, Tom Fisher, Joe Markovitch, Mark Bosanac, Rick Stafford, Shanna Sadowitz. Back Row: Steve Konkle, Sean Cotter, Mr. Bachman, Mike Catalina, Charlie Lytle, Dave Malick, Tim Flanagan, Henry Van Agen. Not Pictured: Carolyn Bernbeck, Michelle Bobik, Brad Dryer, Debbie Dean. ClubslOrganizations Lambda Iota Tau A Kappa Delta Pl Q' if 'WN Front Row: Dana Ziemer, Denise Mumby, Libby Evans, Susan Sheldon. Back Row: Sue Bentley, James Lee, Debi Black, Pete Weber, Mary Kraemer. D English Honorary lr 1, Floor: Gianni Gililani. Coach: Kevin Hile, Gayle Weaver, ' or ' A ' Lisa Parr. Teaching Honorary ClubslOrganizations 133 American Society of Interior Design Q7 mr Front row: Susan Hobe, Yvette Bensett, Jeff Sheehan. Back row: Mrs. Judith Kay, advisor, Barb Anderson, Gerri Chmiel, president. Family Arts and Sciences Front rowg left to right: Nancy Bowman, Charlie Ericson, Diane Koppelman. Back, left to right: Debbie Dean, Veronica Sluchewski, Kelly Macek, Jill Merithew, Mrs. Kleinsmith. QP if Q? QP' Le Cercle Francais promtes French awareness for in- terested students. The club features such activities as receptions and travel abroad discussions. Le Cercle Fran- cais currently has 10 members with Diane Brown as president. Front Row: Dr. Smith, Middle Row, L to R: Pam Wade, Beth Ramirez. Back Row, L to R: Grant Cerny, Robert Ruiz, Bob Czapla. 136 Clubsl0rganizations LeCercle Francais Front Row, L to R: Kris Haddad, Vonda Marrow. Middle Row, L to R: Leah Landis, Rhonda Ellington, Diane Brown, Back Row, L to R: Desiree Harding. Spanish Club Mfwsfzfrlwf A - W1 A SEQ, afsmiiii-'3f'5' ff wx ..I,,"?'Y , W N, Mm W "W H , Student Government 6. .8 1. The Adrian College Student Govern- ment serves many purposes on the Adrian campus. Those students elected from the individual halls or Greek housing units represent the Adrian College students before the administration and staff. Stu- dent Government appropriates the Stu- dent Activities fee and aids students in solving college-realated problems. Throughout the year Student Govern- ment sponsors several events. These in- clude any all-campus elections, voter registration drives, and the "Bulldog Roast." This club meets every other week and is a member of the United States Stu- dent Association. Officers for the 1985-86 year include Vigril P. Bernero, president, John Mogk, executive vice president, Steve Householder, Commissioner of Recordsg Teri L. Johnston, Commissioner of Public Relations, Mark Rickard, Commissioner of Elections. 138 Front row, left to right: Nichole Montique, Gina Valentino, Steve Householder, Virgil Bernero, John Mogk, Terry Johnston. Second row, left to right: Dean Bob Turek, Jeff Goods, Diane Churches, Tim Swanson, Maddy Valone, Amy Sparkman, Lauri Stribbell, Jill Yaroch, Al Copeland, Ronna Rubin, Judy Matosky, Catherine Lexzyzanski, Mark Richard, Karen Koyle, Randy Talarek. Back row, left to right: Dr. Forest Haynes, Jerry Stewart, Pat Doss, Lisa Young, Paul Linville, Vicky Speck, Mark Lang, Spencer Sillis, Paul Till. Phi Alpha Theta , . , ' 3 R X lm , ' 'M' I. Q-. EX A --,, ' L ., ,gf ' L Q g p 'S , 5 , Wt,. ,Li ,Q ' A A Front row: Virgil Bernero, president: Wesley Montgomery. Back row: Dr. John Weeks, advisor, Larry Sutter, Jeffrey DeBest, C. W. Banfield. Chemistry, Economics, Education Willard Craft Ross Latham Robert Miller Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry if 'W' f Fl Deborah Otis M. A. Habib Milledge Weathers Chemistry Economics Economics Kay Arney Education CHEMISTRY - The Chemistry Department, which sports four Ph.D.s as its staff, offers a number of classes including lab sessions to include students in the practical aspect of chemistry. Several new pieces of new equipment have been purchased this year to update and further sophisticate the chemistry laboratories. ECONOMICS - Economics, taught by Dr. Habib and Dr. Weathers, is an im- portant subject to business majors. Finance, banking, governmental work and labor organizations are just a few topics covered in the Economics department, with much of this information possibly being put to use during student internships that are available. EDUCATION - Two full time and several part time professors comprise the A. C. Education department. Teacher's Education courses offer tutorial and clinical experience, as well as student teaching positions, at various Adrian schools to help students attain the practical experience necessary for cer- tification. Top right - Dr. Habib ponders the state of the economy in the U.S. Bottom left - Dr. Latham shows his chemistry students how to mix chemicals properly without blowing up the lab. 'sta T Q U Q I- Q A-if ' ' s' " . w .hy ' Q ,.. Rolf Moeckel Education FACULTY NOT PICTURED Betty Skillman Education John Meredith - Education Neal Singles - Education FacultyfAdministration 139 f-mv V. Inter-Fraternity Council Panhellenic Executive Board lg' i g la' 4 ta' Q 1 if HR Front Row: Steve Christian, Sue Zetterman. Back Flow: J. R. Smith, Front Row: Karen Kramer, Andrea Burleigh. Back Row: Teri Johnston - pres., Susan Zet- terman, Karla Flain. Steve Doolan, Ed Oliver. Panhellenic Council 15.-I E213 Front Row: Jennifer Musser, Jackie Kruse, Christine Painter, Fran Blackmore, Lisa Young, Kathy Yakubesan. Middle Row: Paula Moceri, Sandy Brisse, Kelly Spears, Dana Ziemer, Sherri Samuels, Amy Jo Wright. Back Row: Andrea Burleigh, Karla Flaim, Karen Kramer, Teri Johnston. ClubsfOrganizations 141 College World Back Row, L to R: Al Richards, Laurie Gould, Kathy Kane, Front Row, L to R: Pete Hoyas, Gina Valentino, Jane Ftosenbloom, Eric Stone, Jim Hayden. The Mound Back Row, L to R: Todd McPherson, Joe Fitzgerald, Beth Diedrich, Robin Boyse, Janet U'Ren, Michelle Bobik, Elisa Wolf, Advisor Mr. Eaton, Mark Bosanac. Middle Row, L to R: Derric Dubois, Nancy Leppart, Sue Agosti, Deb- bie Lange, Brad Christiansen, Pat Pelham, P. J. Lund, Greg Pscodna. Front Row, L to Ft: Karen Pilarski, Edye Parker, Michele Madama, Kathy Shaw, Lori Smith, Mike Barker. The Mound publishes the annual Adrian College Yearbook. Top management consists of Fred Eaton, Advisor, Edye Parker, Editor: Tim Swanson, Photo Editorg Kathy Shaw, Facultyg Janet U'Ften, Clubs and Organizations: Joe Fitzgerald, Sportsg Maureen Manion, Campus Events, P. J. Lund, Ads, and Debbie Lange and Sue Agosti, co-chair the senior section. The Mound is a special group of people. In the words of Editor Edye Parker, "This is a chance for our members to get invovled with an activity that will provide enjoyment for all students for years to come." Gla- 5 N . 'Y' 5 alibi E The Student Activiites Commit- tee's purpose is to provide the college community with social, educational, and recreational activities. They sponsor movies, dances, and study break Activities. Officers of SAC are: Pres. Lisa Pinkerton, V.P. Maria Pellegrino, Sec. Laurie Hopton, Treas. Katie Poniatowski. 144 CIubslOrganizations LINCS .,.. xrfi - .L N. -i .J Back Row, L to R: Nicole Montague, Kathy Yakubesan, Chris Sheppherd, Randy Mudge, Vonda Marrow, Mark Hubbard, Robert Ruiz. Middle Row, L to R: Margaret Towersey, Lori Stribbell, Pat Doss, Tammy Holloran, Carole Bach, MaryLynn Pitlanish, Ann Majewski, Katie Poniatowksi, Front Row, L to R: Kris Rodgers, Stan Masters, Allen Zink, Diane Pual. SAC Back Row, L to R: Karen Cummings, Vonda Marrow, Ruth Vrbensky, Carolyn Bernbeck, Kathy Yakubesan, Randy Mudge, Chris Sheppherd. Middle Row, L to R: Carole Bach, Tammi Herdon. Katie Poniatowski, Marylynn Pitlanish, Ann Majewski, Kathy Kane, Margaret Towersey. Front Row, L to R: Kris Rogers, Ketha Kerby, Stan Masters, Allen Zink, Diane Paul, Tom Mack. ,f , 1 gf , V' X -ff' ff' ff' 1? 2 xv f, 'Xx,1XXX,:'sl M MQ f-27 Q2-,.L.fX.f'N. Q Q, fs. 1yg.3.Y A326 tg . 1 A' '. 3. -5,41 x ,154 .M xx XM K , -' . X44 'Qs I2 -V' 11 ?'s- . .f Q X fs ..4x, 1 QM. Sigma Alpha Iota The Sigma Alpha Iota Professional Women's Music Fraternity purpose is to promote musical interests. They share many activities from singing local valen- tines singing in convalescent homes to putting on private musicals once a month. There are currently seven members led by Melanie Themanson. Front Row: Margaret Towersey, Patricia Piniewski, Melanie Themanson - pres. Back Row: Cindy Enyart, Tina Smith, Leah Landis, Dr. Betty Smith - advisor, Melanie Tipton. Adrian College Band Front Flow: Lisa Hathaway, Cindy Enyarth. Middle Row: Willard Schultz, Dave Erickson, Paul Gogan. Back Row: James Lee, Darrin McNabb. Sound Effects Front Row: Melanie ""' Themanson, Tina Hub- bard, LeeAnn Capen, Patty Piniewski. Back Row: Chris Tully, Allen Zink, Jerry Stewart, Paul Plemick, Eric Stone. i 146 i All 'l ,.'. . f ...-, 9 Qi uw f F5 9 ff' 1 WX N Y ax ' - CSNFX Neg. xv A 54.8 SM gl , E ff, . AUTCJGRAPHS President Stanton, Dr. Watson Lead Adrian College Dr. Donald S. Stanton Dr. James Watson President Dean of Academic Affairs if Q53 E l i l 150 FacultyfAdministration s I 5 ' N sv' A ., -.N 5 Ls .,' V gs F' K fts . if 7 . N, .ig ' ..tsr1..p if President Donald Stanton has been at AC for 8 years, and enjoys his work as Chief Ex- ecutor of the college. Although he likes the management side of his job, he likes working with students most. He says his work is "more enjoyable and satisfying than anything I know." Dr. James Watson, Dean of Academic Af- fairs, has been at AC for two years working with faculty and students to provide academic excellence. He most enjoys the variety of tasks that come with his job. Left: Dr. Stanton takes a break from his busy schedule. Above: Dr. Watson and Dr. Koch discuss faculty elections. ArtfAccounting - Business Pi Benio Mike Cassino Art Art J James Bryan Stephen Christian Business Accounting-Business f ART - The Art Department offers a variety of classes, from drawing and ceramics to weaving and photography. Each year, art students put on an art show and a ceramic sale. Spectrum, the art club, sponsors many of these artistic events. ACCOUNTING-BUSINESS - This year, the A.C. Business Department has Gar Laux, assistant to Lee Iaccoca, as its newest addition. His knowledge combined with the expertise of the veteran professors will lead business students to a variety of careers in business, accounting, and management. Kathy Kane interviews Gar Laux on his ex- periences working for Lee Iaccoca, as well as his experiences at Adrian College, for The Col- lege World. A 1 Carol Jackson Art Doris deLespinasse Accounting-Business Patrick Quinlan Accounting-Business l ,r,., ':4"tfL3,4 t GS . y XV' V Ben Stevenson Business s 75 if b Norman Knutson Art Larry Hillard Business William Bachman Accounting-Business Gar Laux Business Thomas Rohrer David Ryan Accounting-Business Accounting-Business Faculty Not Pictured: Douglas Hartung - business Kenneth Roof - Accounting FacultyfAdministration 151 Bacchus Front Row: Linda Harvey, Seana Monahan. Back Row: Brian Jones, Kathy Kane, Dave Emsweller, Scott Tocre, Teresa Aragona, Cassie Baker, Lori Shepphard, Bob Miller. Adult Support 81 Advisory Group Front Row: Hope Shaw -- vice pres., Paul Till - pres., Kathy Mansell- sec. Back Row: Rosanna Fisher, Sharon Lane, Jeff Fouch, Ruth G-ilkey - advisor. English Department Keeps Students Well-Versed A Donald Kleinsmith Richard Koch English Albert Misseldine Robert Ploegstra English English Laurence Rudnicki Harold Simpson English English ENGLISH - The English Department has a new staff member this year - Jeffry Berry from New England. However, at the end of the year, the department will be losing Dr. Harold Simpson. He will be retiring. The English Department offers classes in writing, literature, and journalism, as well as internships that are also available in all areas of English. The Mound, The College world, and Oblique, the creative writing magazine, are all student publications sponsored by the English Department. Top Left - Jeannette Leahy takes a break from her duties as Mahan Hall secretary. Lower Left - Mr. Donald Kleinsmith introduces Ms. Sylvia Pinkerman, who spoke to his Business Communications class about effective ways to communicate in the business world. FacultyfAdministration 153 I 1 ar' TV Mrs. Kay Mrs. McClure Mrs. Mowat Mrs. Warrick FAMILY ARTS AND SCIENCES FOREIGN LANGUAGE Dr. Elardo Mrs. Pipes Upper Left: Hard at work on a project. Upper DV- 5'faDI9S Right: Intense students caught by surprise. Above: Happy foreign language students. 'YM ng Dr. Fechner History Dr. McGrath N- Dr. Weeks Mrs. Husband Jones "VII tell ya, I get no respect." Secretary MATH 5455.1 Cynthia Bosio r W 5. , B L, I ,:. if HQ D Peter Boudreau Dr. Hembree Dr. Love NK ff' hi is "Four score and seven years ago . . .' Dr. Marchand is 51, N Dr. Vandenboss FacuItyjAdministration 155 3 ft MSC UI x Dr. Jones Brad Sharp U Esther Rosenbush Upper Right: Brad Sharp doing what he does best! Lower Right: Adrian College Choir. Above: Esther Rosenbush instructs a class on opera. 156 , WWW ,., , QW I T:-I --I m-' Wifi 'fin h-1.7! ' -.Q v PSYCHOLOGY Dr. Cetola D- Judith Hammerle D" Ha"'me"e Jigyggrgiggl PHYSICAL EDUCATION I x' A' " ,II ,Tjfi 1 I V 5, ,gilt "Q in If 4? as .N V , , I, I 1 ' F 1 I ffl" , M, KI 1 ge' 1 ' Dr. Nelson Greg Arbaugh Dr. Gillis POLITICAL SCIENCE Dr. deLespinasse Ron Labade Paul MacDonald Buck Riley Dr. Ross PHYSICS "That was fun Maddie, now push the green one." Bonnie Rupp Nancy Walsh FacultyjAdministration 157 RELIGION-PHILOSOPHY, BIOLOGY: HEART 81 SOUL OF A.C .... avi? ' 5 Tell Us Jerry About That Famous Stone." FleligionfPhilosophy - Perhaps you wonder whether or not there is a God, or life beyond death. You may be curious to learn what it means to be a moral person. A major goal of t PhilosophyfFleligion Department at Adrian College is to help you understand and answer this and other ques- tions related to human existence and the nature of reality. Biology - The Biology Department is one of the largest on campus and is noted for its en- vironmental and evolu- tionary programs cellular and molecular biology studies, pre- health science prepara- tion, and taxonomic research. I' George Aichele Lee Brown Religion-Philosophy Religion-Philosophy Fritz Detwiler Jerry Stewardson Religion-Philosophy Religion-Philosophy "Get A New Friend Terri" gulls. ' ' : I - ff - . Forest Haines Robert Husband James Leslie Craig Weatherby Science Science Science Science K. S. Xavier Science 158 Fa0ulfv!AdminlStrafi0n Secretaries - Grace McCaskey, Nancy Jenkins SpeechfSocioIogy-Anthropology Fi 'K Lf r Af"W 6.1 fl 1 Marilyn Howell Daniel Scully Flobert Soller Beth Romano Sheri Brimm Soc-Anthro Speech Chairman Speech Speech Speech . 'V ., V If V.,GV K K 5 5 ' .-Q i ' Ali-Akbar Mahdi Soc-Anthro 1-fi' 35 W C Xxxxk- Wn - N 3 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Scully enjoy a banquet dinner at ritchie. North Hall Secretaries: QL to Rl Mary Oram, Ginny Zink, Ann For- rister, Nancy McClure, Doris Tousley. Open to all interested students, the Speech Department's three main arenas of performance: theater, telecommunica- tions, and forensics are served, respectively, by Downs Hall productions, Dawson Auditorium, by fm-radio broadcasting, and campus telecasting and cablecasting, and by traveling to numerous tournaments to gain the advantages of campeti- tion. A comprehensive academic concentration in each of these areas is available to students wishing to major or minor in the department and to pursue careers either directly or indirectly related to this discipline and its programs of practical activity. The Sociology-Anthropology Department offers emphases in Criminal Justice and Human Services along with the traditional disciplines. Graduates have many and varied career opportunities varying from Personnel Managers, Counselors and Clergy to U.S. Marshalls and Museum Curators. Much attention is given to individual interests. 159 STUDENT AFFAIRS, ADMISSIONS SERVES STUDENT BODY 'Z-f"'S SQ' J' 'S' In 1 . IIII :te nf,-r STUDENTAFFAIRS - BACK - Bob Turek, Vic Mattox, Kevin Wood, FRONT - Judy Hunt, Becky Welsh, Mike Solomon Above: Judy Hunt Flashes Her Smile. Top Right: Kevin Wood says, "Cheese" ADMISSIONS -- The Office of Admissions counsels and assists potential students in the exchange of money, time and energy for services and benefits of the College to the mutual satisfaction of both the student and the College. STUDENT AFFAIRS - Student Affairs exists and is com- mitted to providing those services and experiences which compliment and enhance the classroom experience and relate to the total education of the student. 160 FacultylAdministration 'I-"' ADMISSIONS - BACK - Shelly Merrit, Phil Krauss, Debra Span, Terry Taylor, Front - Kathy Middlewood, Alex Torres, Carolyn Decker, Michelle June , I I I I Business and Registrar Offices: Make A.C. Tick T -"' 'f""i, Q .4 , --4 f if . X V :Vx S JT'4i1,!f'-??' f,,' 'S t :WT . I Vx VK w cigjibgiyi , I X ,-'ff " Vw- ' 1 . J' ,t th, 'flax 9 ff y l X-i ngs t ,T a n A . 4 V " t,l,-f ' .'.n4'- ,L fx T ' 41 ,4-4 5 x -T - -1 t i i.Q,:fi-V 0 9 R ' Q' if ffl Fi . 5 V fly. T Q .Q Q 3565129 i n -as 1 it F xt f tx, . ,rry V F- A T ' YY! - eixs ' 'fi V ,"""" L ,IQ X 2 s i 4 at ,g l QQ I BUSINESS OFFICE - BACK - Dee Pieh, Mike Bohl, Cheryl Rit- X Q enhouse, Mary Miller, FRONT - Cathy Studinka, Vickie Beebe, Gina ' .obotti if , , 16, -Qs elf IZ 1 6 'QU' 'S' gqjis Seq:-2 P' . 5 REGlSTRAR'S OFFICE - Bobbie Martin, Lois Hill, Richard Carpenter What do the Stars Predict for good old A.C. next deaf," MV- MHUOX- REGISTRAR'S OFFICE - The Office of the Registrar does many things for you. It sends you your schedules, grades and transcripts. FacultyfAdministration 161 V Jamsem-.1 Career Center, Publicity Office "-h r 'X r----- " 5' -x -...Ae gg.. -swf-11.n:1t.f.-ttf.1s..-Q.. fs--,...,a..sg:.- ss. , ii , fiw 1' -- fix Lei'-5 - fa. ' - .. ,gl .mg '3?i2is. .fzlkifszi -- '1 11 gtg, mes- fse-at zztrlsmi-me s- -t-Qi.-wif.-':g.,yg,. . Q ax ...mit ,s E .gmt Q tt at A ii,. 1 .J S T .s ' A ex -rS15E.i7E- . at .- . .f 221-as "" " lle A A . --,ii . - A . ,. N, r it ,i-- - eii A t e ieeii C 3 iir ' . i'i'rr . " . 'Q . K ,,i' Tiff J rieee A - 'ii. 1 be 'Leeiee . 1 t, 5 t irr ieeee t 5 'it t ' ii A if 1 ieie T tx L it xzir Q 1 - ...Q Q is .t:. . , at J . PUBLICITY OFFICE - The Publicity Office acts as the Office of Public Relations for Adrian College. They run the college News Bureau, releasing sports news, features about students to home- town newspapers. They also put out various printed media such as the stacks of recruitment information sent out, and Contact, the Alumni bulletin. CAREER CENTER - The Bonner Center for Advising and Career Development provides many services including internship informa- tion, Job Search program, Junior Networking, summer employment information, Workforce, and strategies for planning a career. Sam Reimers, Director of Career Development, hopes to establish a four-year career development program for the students. Middle left - Cindy Bily selecting photos to go in a publicity office publication. Right - Ann Paullin, director of Workforce. Top left - Mary Ann Hillard, Career Center Secretary, helps senior Julayne Morningstar. 162 FacultyfAdministration Paullin, Sam Reimers, Mary Ann Hillard, Gretchen L to R: Debbie Schmidt, Ann Lovett, Kate Jukuri. tt-fu? 'N NWN A DWAN Cm: rr L to R: Jennifer Hamlin, Dorothy Reed, Cynthia Bily, David Knight. x I Q9 4'-Qt. R: Mike Solomon Laura Davis Lori Neff And Blu erman, Kevin Wood, , , , Y Q Nielsen, Gina Valentino, Dave Emsweller, Susan Zetterman, Mark . ,J emu M ROCKS ig :Q ' . Top right Gina Valentino Estes Hall RD tries to get away from her residents by hiding behind her shades Lower left Cheryl Swihart and Chris Kock wait happily to help students use the library. L to R: Margie Dennis, Velma June, Mary Ellen Armentrout, Becky Martinez, Carol Legenc, Arlene Arndt, Jim Dodd. LIBRARY STAFF - Aided by a student assistant crew, the staff at Shipman Library does their best to provide many services to students. A computer room, typewriters, music room, study rooms and research materials are all available at the library. RESIDENT DIRECTORS - The Resident Director staff at Adrian consists of a hardy group of students. Each RD has the task of keeping hisfher dorm in order as well as the residents. RDS play an important part of keeping the dorm and its residents happy. 163 DINING HALL AND DINING HALL STAFF - The Staff at Ritchie Dining Hall works with Western Food Service to provide students with 3 well-balanced meals a day. Also provid- ed are sack lunches, sick trays, and pic- nic supplies, lf requested. Meal tickets for guests may also be purchased. HEALTH SERVICE - A nurse- practitioner and a registered nurse are on duty at Goldsmith Health Center, of- fering their services to any student who needs it. The Health Center provides such services as treatment for colds and flu, athletic physicals, tests for mono, pregnancy and other health problems, as well as health counseling programs. Above: Larry Vanvalkenburg chats with worker Dorothy as she serves dinner. Bottom left: Registered nurse Kathryn Mead helps a student fill out medical forms. Bottom right: Some Alpha A Phis enjoy their dinner at HEALTH CENTER KEEP CAIV'PUS 'N SHAPE L to R: Judi Vollers, Director - nurse practitioner Kathryn Mead RN Diane Kenyor receptionist. L to R: Kim Zylstra, MaryAnn Lorenzen, Shannon Oram Jodi Fairburn Larr Vanvalkenburg. 5 is ll KW' Ritchie Dining Hall. 164 Plant Department Keeps A.C. Campus in Shape lla Tom Hashley, Nick Luppo, Al Borck, Erwin Harcourt, Les Moore. if 5 K as CUSTODIAL DEPARTMENT - Edna Keller, Norma Krouse, Art Nichols, Dave Long, Lillian Burgess, Helen Mountain, Lana Brock, Georgina Monro, Donna Bice, Florence Townsend, Doris Isaacson. PLANT DEPARTMENT - The Plant Department consists of several maintenance men, purchasing agents, and the custodial staff. Maintenance men do all repairs and upkeep of the campus, and are on 24 hour call. They also are involved with many of the campus programs in that they set up for any special events. Approx- imately one half are licensed. The custodial department is in charge of keeping the dorms and other campus buildings clean and orderly. MEN - Jim June, Leonard Steuwe, Ernie Mann, Hollis Cowgill, Floyd Younges, Jim L. to R. - Bob Adams, Acting Superintendent of Plantg Nancy Scheirer, Purchasing Agentg Tom Oram, Director of Purchasing. L. to Fi. - Arlene Cronk, Purchasing Secretaryg Chris O'Connor, Plant Maintenance Secretary.165 ADMINISTRATIONXSTAFF Charlene Bruce Greenhouse Super. .. 4 Michael Bohl Controller L. Anne Johnson Assoc. to VP Development f-an X Janet Brighton Computer Programmer Ronald Bleeker VP of Business Affairs bil CI? Kathy Lehman Dir. of Special Events . 2 Flev. Marquis Lyles Linda Harvey Br. Bob Jackson Chaplain Intern Acting Dir. of Student Activities Newman Ctr. Dir. W .,,,,i, 1 .Q 47 ' ', . .. 1' A 'L Ruth Gilkey Judy Tsai Rev. Jon Powers Coor. for Continuing Students Computers Chaplain S A--5.-W. Q F V .X 'i r -Af J I' -an-....,w,, W -gf Ilia! S I-X N x 4 'P fVf!!fff commercial savings bank MEMBER F.D.I.C. 1517! 263 2290 Lorznhg. Melan e 1517, 255.3510 Ll C IFISOU .Z 1 -- uickprint ' of 235 N B Tm 43221 wbxgggso R Q """f-5 695232, '5 DUANE LILUAN SWARTZLANDER Magic 0 Novelties 0 Costumes v Make-Up a . Alpha P111 N . Catch . A - - S ' D . The p msq mug! phz-ver P , 168 Ads Phone 15173 263-9739 B I nches D ' Q 4,1 I Glhe . Huh ,I 114 W M A hony, Pat, 81 Roy T nkery Ad M n g P p ' 5555555555 CONGRATULATIONS -CA - A ' Jean rwfop er porfrazfa 1 127 W. MAUMEE ST., ADRIAN MI 49221 EVELYN SCHNEIDER - PRODUCTION MANAGER from JACKIE HALSEY - PORTRAIT CONSULTANT LISA GOLEMBIEWSKI -- RECEPTIONISTICONSULTANT -- PHOTOGRAPH GARIN HORNER ER REBECCA J. CHURCH 81 JACK C PALMS - OWNERS The Adrian College Bookstore Special Best Wishes to Janet and Rachel STEVENSON LUIVIBER, Inc. Michigan St. and Division 265-5151 GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '86 THE BREWERY 4460 W. Maumee Adrian 263-8788 A Abdalla, Constance M. Abner, Lora L. 34 Abrams, Robert S. 51, 131 Abrams, Samuel D. 34 Acheson, Scott D. 51 , 80 Adduci, Jeffrey J. 42, 119 Agosti, Susan L. 10, 14, 18, 22 131,142 Aichele, Constance W. Alger, Julie A. 42, 119 Allen, Celeste N. 2, 41 Allen, Gary H. 42 Allen, Lesa B. 42 Allen, Timothy L. 18 Allshouse, Brad L. Ammons, Byron G. 42 Anderson Barbara J. 18 Camielle E. 34, 128 Anderson, Anderson, , Courtney A. 34 Anderson Kimberly L. 42, 120 Anderson Larry E. 34 Anderson Marilyn E. Anderson Mark D. 51, 52, 127 Anderson, Michael D. 18, 127 Aragona, Theresa M. 42 Archambeau, Maribeth T. 42 Arena-Elardo, Susan Armbruster, Shelly A. 34, 45, 84, 120 Armstrong, Kim M. 34 Arshad, Abdul A. 18, 116 Atkeson, Virginia L. Atkinson, Laura L. 42, 124 Austin, Robin S. 42 B Babcock, Kevin W. 18 Bach, Carole M. 120, 131, 144 ,64, 84, 124, INDEX Bleam, Peter F. Blissick, Jacqueline 51,99 Blodgett, Allen L. 34, 80, 104 Blugerman, Andrew F. 19, 65, 131, Bluhm, Keith C. 80 Bobik, Michelle A. 19,131,142 Boden, Stacie T. 51 Bohl, Steven W. 19, 28, 80, 83 Boilore, Bradley D. 34, 120 Boilore, Karen L. 19, 70, 128 Bollinger, Steven E. 127 Bondarenko, Brian C. 19, 127 Bone, Todd C. 80 Borowick, Susan L. 128 Bosak, Jr., Robert A. 34 Bosanac, Mark S. 20, 80, 131, 142 Boursaw, Michelle L. 116 Bouwens, Joseph J. 80 Bow, Julie A. 2, 51 Bowden, Mark A. 42 Bowman, Nancy A. 11,51 Bowman, Susan E. 34 Boyd, Kathryn E. Boyd, Tobin S.51,119, 123 Boyle-Smith, Linda S. Boyse, Robin S. 142 Bradley, Mike G. 42, 119 Braun, Kimberly S. 42, 123, 124 Bredemeier, Angela B. 42, 126 Brefka, Lori L. 42 Brenneman, Richard W. 34, 98, 99 Breymaier, Lisbeth A. 34, 120 Brighton, Janet E. Brighton, Joyce A. 34 Brisse, Patricia L. 42, 124 Backes, Daniel C. 42, 117 Badour, William E.34,80,120 Baechler, Timothy J. 34 Baginski, James C. Balmert, Jr., Kenneth R. 34, 92 Banfield, Charles W. 7, 11, 18 Banks, Robert M.80,83,119 Barger, David G. 34, 90, 104, 120 Barker, Michael J. 6, 35, 51, 116, 142 Barnard, Dawn M. 34 Barnard, Patrick L. 42 Barritt, Bradford F. 51 Barron, Cynthia C. Barron, Edward L. 34 Brisse, Sandra C. 45, 51, 54, 64, 65, 141 Brock, Donald J. 51 Brock, James E. 34 Brooks, Judith A. Broski Brown Brown, ,Christopher A. 34, 74 Barbara A. Baron S. 34, 120 Brown, Brown, , Charles E. 120 Christina L. 51, 126 Brown, Diane M.20,47,116, 136 Brown, Herman D. Brown, Lincoln E. 41, 70, 129 Brown, Brown, LoriK.42,117 Shelley lvl. Bartlett, Susan H. 19 Beauchamp, Anne E. 34, 118 Beauprez, Angela M. 51 Beck, Roxanne E. 51, 84, 102, Becker, David P. 80, 104 Beckman, Amy J. 51, 117 Beckman, Clement G. Beebe, Stephen D. 42, 120 Belcher, Joann K. Bell, Eileen K. Bell, Muriel Bellmer, James C. 51, 123 Bennett, Trig A. 34, 80 Bensett, Michelle R. Bensett, Yvette M.51,116 Bentley, Susan E. 51, 133 119 Brownell, Brian J. 34, 100 Bruce, Charlene M. Bruce, Teri A. 20 Bruff, Deborah A. Buchan, Frances W. Bumgarner, Robin L. 42 Burger, Michael P. 42, 116 Burgess, Glenn J. 42, 51, 100, 127 Burleigh, Andrea M. 42, 122,141 Burns, Mary A.34,120 Butler, Ronnetta P. Buzolits, Vincent H. 20, 55, 65 Byrne, Rita T. 20, 102 C Cabose, Wain A. Bernbeck, Carolyn M. 19, 122, 131,144 Bernero, Virgil P. 116 Berridge, John D. Black, Deborah A. 19, 133 Blackmore, Frances J. 51, 126, 141 Blackwell, Stacie L. 51 Blascak, Kristen R. 34, 122 Caetta, Mark A. 42, 86 Calhoun, Ronald E. 51, 80 Camfield, Aimee L. 34 Campbell, Eric L. 51 Campbell, Maryann A. 34, 122 Campbell, Phyllis K. Campbell, Todd A. 34, 80, 120 163 124,131, Campbell, Jr., lan D. 42,86 Cape, Barbara J. 51 Capen, Kimberly L. 34, 120, 122 Capen, LeeAnna M. 42, 122 Carlson, James E. 35 Caron, Lisa M.42,117 Carson, Bryan M. 51, 90, 120 Carson, Kenneth S. 35, 129 Carter, William L.35,7O,123 Case, Jennifer L. Cassidy, Kevin P. 35, 80, 120 Cassidy, Timothy M. 42, 80, 119, 129 Castina, David M. 35 Castle, Lynne T. 42, 127 Catalina, Michael A. 51, 80, 131 Cerny, Grant N. 42, 98, 136 Chapman, Michael D. 35 Chervo, Christine A. 35, 65 Chmiel, Geraldine M. 42, 88, 122 Christensen, Bradley J. 51, 104, 142 Christenson, Mark G. 42 Chung, Eunseon 42 Churches, Diane M. 35 Clark, Rodney L. 51 Cleveland, Daniel D. 35, 104 Clore, Jr., Jack R. 35 Cockerill, Charles A. 43, 119 Cogswell, Robert J. 35, 129 Cole, Robby A. 43, 104 Cole, Steven R. Coleman, Craig D. 80 Collar, Tracy A. 43,84 Collins, Daniel J. 43, 80 Collins, Lisa A. 35,99 Collins, Thomas S. 51, 106, 117 Collins, Jr., Charles M. 7, 35, 80 Conley, Jeanne M. 43 Conley, Kristine K. 20, 99, 116 Conley, Lisa A. 35 Conlogue, Caroline K. 43 Cook, Jennifer S. Cooley, Mark D. Cooper, Deborah M. 51,88 Cooper, Jacqueline A. 35, 120 Copeland, Alan B. 35, 129 Corbin, Deborah A. Costanzo, Stephen 35 Costello, Ron 35, 80 Costrini, Edward A. 43 Cotant, Margaret A. 35, 120 Cote, Kevin M. 20 Cotter, Sean C. 7, 43, 118, 131 Coughlin, Mary R. 20 Cox, JoAnn R. 35 Cox, Lisa L. 35, 120 Coye, Timothy C. 35, 80, 123 Craw, Stephen M. 90 Crawford, Janet L. 51 Crawford, Vincent J. 43 Creech, Timothy R. 43 Croad, John W. Croasmun, David A. Croly, Michele R. 6, 20 Cron, Sandra S. 43, 116 Crosthwaite, Bruce D. 80, 83 Crouch, Timothy J. 80 Cuellar, Olga B. Cummings, Julie E.21,122 Cummings, Karen A. 43, 122,144 Cupal, Peter A. Curtis, Doris M. 35 Czapla, Jr., Robert 43, 100, 136 D D'Alfonso, Vincent 35, 80 Daas, Joel A, Dakoske, Donald J. 53, 123 Dalton, Michael A. 35 Daly, Daniel R. 52 Dancer, Anita M. 21, 122 Dangel, Jr., Roy L. 43 Darke, Jr., David A. 35 Daub, Kathleen S. Davis, Christopher D. 35, 80 Davis, Jeffrey A. 52, 69, 80 Davis, Laura A. 21, 65, 102, 122, 163 Davis Margaret F. Davis Mary L. 43 Davis, Jr., Charles W. Dean, Deborah A.21,34, 131 DeBeSt, Jeffrey A. 14, 21, 64, 65, 92, 93, 94, 127 Deere, James I. 35, 80 Defenderfer, Robert C. 43, 119, 129 Delfine, Robert T. 43, 125 Delgado, Letitia M. 43, 124 Dell, James G. 43, 80 DeMelo, Tony M. 35 Detzler, Michael D. 43, 123 Deutscher, Andrew K. 91 DeYoung, Thomas M. 21, 98, 99, 119 Dickelman, Michele D. 43 Dickerson, Charles A. DiDomizio, Annette L. 52, 122 Diebold, Mark M. 35, 90, 104 Diederich, Beth A. 43, 116, 142 Diffenderfer, Timothy F. 35 Dilyard, Craig K. 52 DiSalvo, Cynthia L. 10, 43, 44, 49, 124 Dittmer, Daryl E. 35, 92, 93, 94, 123 Dixon, David C. 35, 80 Dixon, David J. 80 Dobry, Craig J. 21 Dodson, Keli A. 43 Doerner, Steven R. 36 Dolan, Christopher J. 36, 98, 119 Domin, Carolyn E. 36 Donat, Lyndon P. 100 Donn, Julie A. 43, 126 Donnersbach, Norbert P. 43, 125 Doolan, Stephen J. 52, 129, 141 Dorow, Jonathan P. 43, 100, 129 Doss, Patrick A. 52, 69, 124, 144 Doty, ll, Timothy T. 80, 129 Double, Brad A. 36, 80, 123 Douglas, Melissa D. 36 Dowdy, Cindy L. 43,49 Drake, Marie F. Droste, Lisa A. 2, 10,36,54,124 Drouillard, Michelle D. Dryer, Brad J. 52, 131 DuBois, Derek C. 52, 131, 142 Duggan, Robert A. 52, 131 Duke, Robert H. 43, 74 Dukes, Emanuel C. 36, 80 Duncan, Douglas A. 21 Dupuis, Patricia M. 43 Dusett, Scott L. 36, 120 Dusseau, John S. 43 DuVall, Gerald P. 43, 117 Dyer, Norman P. 43 E Echelbarger, Wayland W. 44 Edgar, Carolyn S. Edwards, Cynthia A. Eggleston, Elizabeth A. 36 Ehinger, Dolores J. Eklund, Arlene A. Ellair, Christina M. 52 Ellington, Rhonda M. 136 Emery, Carolyn E. Emery, Craig S. 44 Emery, Melissa A. 36, 126 Enyart, Cynthia A. 44, 146 Erickson, David R. 52, 146 Erickson, Kerry D. 52, 104, 124 Ericson, Charles E. 15, 42, 90, 124 Ersland, Jr., George L. 36, 125 Ervin, Patrick J. 44, 80 Evans, Lisabeth J. 52, 122, 133 Everhart, Raymond D. 52, 117 Ezman, Lorianne T. 52 F Fabry, Vaughn K. 131 Farrell, Michael G. 21, 80, 83, 131 Faust, Rick A. 36, 104, 125 Faust, Scott A. 52, 116 Fazekas, David A. 36 Felice, Mary Jane 36,120 Ferguson, Michael R. 36 Fettig, Joseph F. 52, 131 Fisher, Matthew A. 21 Fisher, Rosanna M. Fisher, Sherrie K. 22 Fisher, Thomas G. 22, 80, 131 Fitzgerald, Joseph A. 64, 65, 124, 1 Flaim, Karla J. 44, 128, 141 Flanagan, Timothy R. 22, 131 Fletcher, Paul M. 44, 80, 119, 129 Flower, Matthew A. 36,80 Floyd, Jr., Walter R. Foreman, Melinda E. Fortner, Jill A. 22, 98, 99, 124 Foster, Michelle R. 44, 102, 126 Foster, Robert B. 44, 80, 91 Fouch, Jeffrey B. 36 Fralick, Thomas A. 80, 120 Fralick, Timothy L. 52, 80, 83 Francisco, William L.44,123 Franla, Stephanie A. 36 Franzen, Matthew B. 36, 120 Frazier, Linda M. Freeman, Lance B. 131 Frei, Susan E. 22 Frisch, Robert H. Fritz, Michael A. 86, 87, 106, 127 Frost, Wayne K. 98 Fry, Kevin B. 44, 80 Fryske, Amee J. 46, 126 G Gallagher, Jeff D. 80 Galliani, Giancarlo R. 22, 117, 133 Gamache, Patrick A. Ganun, Pamela M. 44 Garland, Rebecca M. 36 Garlock, Gabriella L. 22, 116 Garno, Christine M. 36 Garza, Stephanie Gase, Kimberly A. 44 Gavalis, David V. 44, 129 Gentner, Todd W. 36 George, Jamie L. 49 Gerace, Rebekah E. 44, 126 Gilles, Mark E.36,86,123 Gillespie, Jean M. 47, 52, 126 Gilliam, Marlin E52 Gillin, Dana E. 36 Gilmore, Lisa M. 44 Gilpin, Kelli J. Gladych, Kathryn M. 44 Goetz, Dawn M. Gogan, Michele F. 36, 128 Gogan, Paul L. 44, 131, 146 Gomez, Richard T. 36 Gomez, Tony G. 27,142 Gomola, John F. 52, 117 Gontarek, Keith A. 36 Gonzalez, Martha A. 2, 44, 64, 6 Goodes, Jeffery 0.36, 80, 120 Gosen, Lisa M. 36 Gossner, Bernadette J. 44, 126 Gould, Laurie A. 20, 22, 30, 142 Gout, Scott M. 36, 116 Grandominico, Gina M. 44, 126 Grapp, Richard P. 44 Gray, Sean P. 44, 86 Gray, Suzanne M. 36 Grebeck, Ann M. 36, 122 Green, Douglas A. Green, Robert C. 37, 120 Green, Jr., Robert L. 37, 120 Greggi, Angela M. 5 88124 Grieser, Anne M. 52, 84, 102,131 Griffin, Letitia L. 37 Griffin, Nancy E. 119, 131 Griffith, Brett M. Griggs, Daniel P. 37, 120 Growden, Andrew M. 23 Guidos, Gary S. 23, 80, 83 Gulliver, Ann L. 128 Gustas, Robert J. 44 H Haas, Karen J. 52 Habib, Parveen Haddad, Krisallen L. 51, 131, 13 Haddad, Mariam E. 37 Haddad, Walid A. Haines, Linda M. Hale, Lorraine M. 44 Halloran, Christine M. 37, 120, 1 Hamilton, Karl J. 44, 127 Hampton, Cynthia K. Handy, Amy D. 44, 119 Hanson, Eric T. 7, 44, 86, 127 Hardeman, ll, Norris G. 44 Hardy, Desiree L. 44, 126, 136 Hardy, Stacy E. 44, 53, 124 Harmon, Kimberly A. 52, 74 , Harriott, Michael J. 23 Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris Harsh Harsh Angela L. 52 Cheryl L. 23 Kathleen M. 52 Michelle A. 45, 131 , Carl J. 40 Robin L. Hartman, Karl A. 23, 51 Harvitt, Pamela L. 45, 84, 120 Haslow, Jeffrey J. 52, 129 Hatfield, Zinnia D. 37 Hathaway, Lisa A. 37, 128,131, Hauck, Christopher D. 126 Hawkins, Linda M. 52 Hayden, James J. 142 Heavener, Cory A. Heckert, Kimberly M. 23 6 22 1 Heckman, Timothy F. 45, 86, 123 Hedden, Amy L.37,116 Heflin, Matthew J. Heign, Amy L.45,117 Henry, Anthony C. 53 Herd, Diana K.37,120,122 Herdon,TammiM.37,120,144 Hernandez, John A. 53 Hernandez, Olga 45, 84 Hersha, Tammy L. Hester, Jr., Donald E. 45, 80, 100 Hext, Michele R.45,70, 118 Hiatt, Rochelle A. Hibbs, Timothy A. 37, 100 Higgins, Susan L. 37, 88, 96 Hile, Kevin S. 45, 133 Hill, Tammi K. 45 Hiner, Cheryl A. Hines, Vincent J. Hippler, Brian G. 80 Hippler, Linda M. 37, 120 Hippler, Margaret M. 53,74 Hittler, David J. 53, 123, 124 Hixson, Brenda L. Hobart, Christie L. 45 Hobart, Rick A. Hobe, Susan A. 40 Hogg, Christopher M. 45, 80 Hogston, Brian D. Holappa, Kristin K. 45, 117 Hollingsworth, Alton A. 45, 116 Hollister, Rachelle L. 45, 102 Holloway, Tammy S. 45, 53, 84, 96, 9 Holmes, Patricia M. 120 Holt, David W. 45, 86, 90, 118 Hommell, Beth A. 37, 124 Hopkins, Dawn D. 37 Hopton, Lauri M. 37, 122 Horner, Todd P. 45, 123, 124 Hornung, Dawn M. 37, 128 Hoult, Kyle E. 45, 123 Householder, Steven M. 52, 53, 127 Housteau, Gary W. 23, 80, 131 Howard, Christian M. 37, 70 Howell, Mary F. 37 Hoyos, Peter J. 23, 142 Hubbard, Daniel M. 92, 93, 94 Hubbard, Mark P. 120, 144, 168 Hubbard, Tina L. 37, 120 Huck, Jr., Joseph R. 37, 86, 87 Huffman Hudgins, , Leonard C. 45 Douglas M. 24 Hull, Marcia M. 45, 96, 97 Humbarger, Sherri L. 37 Humphrey, Sunday A. Hunter, Carmen M. 21, 24, 126 Huntoon, Christopher A. 45, 129 Huston, Todd L. Hutchison, Michelle R. Hyatt, Betty J. Hymes, Lois F. Hypes, Kenneth R. 45 l ldrees, Zeba Israel, Joanne M. 37, 120 J Jackson, Shari A. 37, 120 Jackson, Terrell E. 86, 87, 98,99 Jaeblon, Todd D. 53 Jakubowski, Alan P. 37, 80 Jarvis, Douglas E. 45, 86, 104, 127 Jarvis, Mary B. 24,65 Jeffers, Rebecca A. Jessup, LouAnn M.96, 105 Johnson Johnson JOHNSON , Christopher D. 45, 86 , Jason S. Paul A. 45, 123, 124 Sully G. 120 Johnson, Johnson, ,Van P. 3, 45, 127 Johnston, James D. 53, 80 Johnston, Teri L. 68, 126, 141 Jones, Brian P. 45, 100, 116 Jones, Cathy T. 45 Jones, Dawn R. 37, 126 Jones, Diana L. 53, 126 K Kahn, Michelle J. 37, 120 Kahng, Byungsun 37 4 Kam, Christy L. 37, 128 Kane, Kathleen A. 122, 131, 142, 144, 151 Karbowski, Jr., Ronald J. 37 Keegstra, Terri L. 37, 116 Keeler, Timothy J. 45 Keene-Kennedy, Erin M. 24, 118 Keller, Craig, J. Kelley, Yvonne L. 45 Kelly, Colleen M. 45 Kelly, Judy A. 53 Kemp, Douglas A. 24 Kepos, Michael G. 37 Kerby, Ketha K. 53, 96 Ketchum, Joseph F. 120 Keys, Michael W. 38, 120 Kimball, Ross W. 38 Kimball, Sandra L. King, Jeffrey D. 53, 106 Kiwitt, Anja K. Klautky, Robert S. 46 Klein, Heidi C. 46, 47, 123, 124 Klettner, Charles R. 38, 116 Knight, Jr., Gregg G. 80 Koch, William C, 53, 163 Koenigsknecht, Edward R. 38 Konkle, Steven M. 24, 80, 100,131 Koppelberger, Daniel P. 80 Koppelman, Diane S. 53 Koster, Lora L. 46, 126 Kowalski, Dawn C. 46, 66 Koyle, Karen K. 46, 124 Kozma, Kord R. 46, 116 Kraemer, Maryanne T. 53, 96, 133 Kramer, Karen L. 46, 124, 141 Krenselewski, Anthony F. 46, 80, 119 Kreuz, Timothy J. 46, 129 Krohn, Kristopher E. 38, 116 Kromer, David B. 38 Kroyer, Kathy L. 24 Kruczek, Jacqueline T. 24, 102, 124 Krueger, Kelly M. Kruse, Jacqueline J. 6, 10, 11, 53, 54, Kruse, Michelle A. 46, 99, 126 Kryz, David D. 46, 65, 92, 127 Krzyaniak, James A. 46, 119 Kuehne, Rebekah J. 38 Kuzniar, Lawrence J. 46, 86, 87 Kuzniar, Michael P. 86, 124, 127 L Labadie, Marilynn L. 53 LaGore, William D. 46 LaHaie, Katherine M. 24 Lamb, Gregory K. 38, 123 Lambert, Rodney J. Landis, Leah N. 53, 131, 136, 146 Lane, Sharon K. Lang, Mark E. 38, 129 Lang, Russ Lange, Deborah G. 24, 84, 124, 142 Lange, Kelly S. 46, 117 LaPointe, Vincent C. 24 LaTurneau, Katherine M. 124 Leavens, Marikate 38 Lebrato, Joseph G. 38, 123 Ledzianowski, Il, Steven D. 38, 80 Lee, David M. 38 Lee, James R.25, 133, 146 Lee, Sharyl A. 15, 46, 96, 120 Lehman, Natalie K. Leicht, Richard S. 46, 91, 124,125 Leone, Andrew 53, 64, 65, 100 Leppert, Nancy J. 25, 142 128,141 Leszczynski, Catherine R. 38, 120, 122 Leu, Sally L. 53, 88, 89 Lewczak, Sharon F. 25,34 Lewis, Colleen L. 46 Lieu, Nu T. 46 Like, Dawn M. 38 Linville, Paul A. 46, 117 Liva, RobertJ. 46, 80, 100, 123 Liva, Jr., Raymond J. 53, 100 Livingston, Carol A. Lockwood, Jerry A. Lofton, Vicki L. 38 Loo, Bee Ee 46 Loughner, Albert R. Lowe, Kathy A. 38 Lubanski, David P. 38, 86 Lucas, William R. 38, 129 Luch, Timothy J. 53, 104 Luettke, Thomas E. 46, 129 Lund, Peter J. 25, 129, 142 Luo, Kan Lytle, Charles T. 53, 131 Lytle, Rose M.25,84,131 M MacDonald, Tracy L. 46 Macek, Kelly M. 38 Maceroni, Patrick J. 80 Machniak, Scott M. 53 Mack, Thomas J. 120, 144 MacKenzie, Michelle M. 38, 88 MacPherson, Todd W. 46, 120, 124, 142 Madama, Michele G. 46, 142 Maguran, Marc L.38,106,120 Majewski, Anne M. 53, 144 Maki, Kathleen E. 38, 116 Malcolm, David J. 53 Malick, David P. 53, 92, 94, 131 Malicki, Melinda M. 38 Mang, Robert M. 92, 94 Manion, Maureen S. 25 Mansell, Kathleen A. Markovitch, Joseph B. 25, 80, 83, 131 Marrow, Vonda J. 46, 117,136,144 Martin, Elaine B. Martin, Kevin M.46,80,119 Martin, William A. 46, 53 Martine, Noelle M.38,120 Martishius, Christine 74 Mason, Lloyd W. 38 Masters, Stanley D. 46, 100, 144 Matosky, Judith M. 53 Matthews, John H.46,98,118 Maxwell, Michele L. 46, 122, 123 May, Christopher P. 53 Mays, Anjanette M. 38, 44, 45, 120, 124 McCarthy, Colleen M. 38 McCauley, Alice E. 53 McClure, Scott E. 125 McClure, Teresa K. 53 McCoy, Darlene S. 38 McDermott, Jeffrey D. McGhee, Mario 38,80,120 McGrath, Alice F. McGuire, Cheryl L. 38, 120 McKevitt, Frank J. 46, 87 McLaughlin, Robert H. 26 McLeod, Jeanne L.53,117 McNabb, Darin L.38,120,146 McNaughton, Lori A. McNaughton, Patti L. 39 McShane, Margaret M. 10, 18, 26, 54, 124 Medaglia, James B. 54 Mello, Gina M. Mendel, Colette A. Merillat, Bryan K. 39, 80, 120 Merithew, Jill L. 39, 120 Merucci, Marc A. 46 Messer, David L. 39 Meyer, Donna M. 54 Midds, Jason S. 39 Mikulak, Dawn R.47,117 Miller, Barbara A. 39, 45, 124 Miller, Cathy A. 54 Miller, Charlotte A. 47 Miller, Cynthia K. Miller, Diane D. 39, 120, 122 Miller, Robert E. 26, 92, 119 Miller, Ryan D. 39 Minnard, Sherry L. Misseldine, James A. 26, 54, 98, 106 Mitchell, Joyce G. Mitchell, Samuel G. 91 Moceri, Paula M.39, 128,141 Mogk, John J. 47, 70, 129 Mohr, Carolynn J. Mohr, Dodd A. Molaro, Ann M. 26 Monagin, Jennifer T. 117 Monahan, Seana B. 54 Montague, Catherine N. 47, 122, 144 Montgomery, Wesley, R. 116 Moore, Charles L. 54, 92, 94, 116,131 Moran, Sheila K. Morand, Scott L. 39, 120 Morehouse, Michael A. 54 Moret, Steven J. 54 Morisy, Carol M. 47, 122 Morningstar, Julayne L. 26 Morton, Sara U. Mosson, Martin M. 47, 80 Mosson, Robert E. 80 Motte, Karen A. 26, 88, 89 Moulton, Mark J. 26, 30, 124 Mowery, Deborah A. Mudge, Randy A. 54, 144 Mumby, Denise S. 54, 126, 133 Muntz, Daniel A. 39 Murphy, David M.47,86, 123 Musser, Jennifer L. 47, 126 Myer, Richard W. Myers, Stephanie A. N Nabozny, Theresa M. 54, 74, 119 Nace, Ill, Morton O. 47,90 Nagy, Stacey M. 47 Nahass, Natalie C. 39, 120,124 Nail, Leslie M. Nawrocki, Angela K. 47, 122 Nelson, Michael L. 47, 125 Nicastri, Jeanette M. 39, 126 Nichols, Scott A. 47, 125 Nightengale, Jeffrey 39, 86, 123 Nilsen, Laurie E. 26, 96, 97, 122,168 Norris, Devon Norton, Laura L. 39 Nothdruft, Mark R. 27, 116 Novy, Robert W. 54, 80 Nowak, Eugene J. 47 Nugent, Therese M.54,88,89,116 O O'Brien, Greg P. 47, 125 O'Mara, Kevin J. 27,30 O'Mara, Shannon M. 47 O'Neill, Molly A. 47, 116 Oliver, Edward B. 125, 141 Olmedo, Nancy J. 10, 31 Olsen, Tina D. 26, 27, 126 Oram, Benjamin F. Oram, Charlotte E. Oram, Mary L. Oswald, Kevin D. 27, 123 Otis, David S. 39 Otlewski, Charles A. 15, 47, 80 Ozment, Jennifer S. 47 P Packard, Michael C. 27 Paguio, Michael R. 39 Painter, Christine L. 37, 47, 123, 127, 141 Palus, Nancy E. 47 Papas, Jr., John C. 47,80 Parcells, Matthew A. 47, 98 Parish, Michelle M. 39 Parker, E. Ellen 88, 124, 142 Parker, Jane E. Parr, Lisa M. 133 Parshall, James S. 39, 80 Parshall, Michelle M. Parshall, Todd L. 54, 80, 83 Paul, Diane l. 37, 47, 54, 122, 144 Pelham, Pat J. 54, 80, 142 Pelham, Penelope L. 39 Pellegrino, Maria E. 39 Penn, Kim L. 47, 117 Penrod, Timothy J. 116 Penton, Kirsten A. 27, 88, 89, 131 Peregord, Allison M. 47, 124 Perez. Michael 11.47 Peternel, Jr., Richard A. 39 Pfeifer, Rebecca J. 47, 119 Phillips, Jeffrey S. 39, 86 Phillips, Paula L. 47 Phillips, Robert E. 27, 28, 104 Phillips, Sherrie L. 39 Pierson, Robert D. 47 Pietrzak, David L. 86, 87, 122, 127 Pigg, Dawn M. 47, 84, 96,97 Pilarski, Karen M. 20, 27, 30, 122,123, 142 Piniewski, Patricia 8.39, 46, 116, 146 Pinkerton, Lisa M. 39, 128 Piszker, Louis D. 3, 27, 69 PitIar1iSh,MaryLynn 27, 117, 144 Plante, Maria G. 47 Ploegstra, Brian J. Plzak, Scott A. 47, 127 Poissant, Aimee J. Pombo, Gabriel 54 Poniatowski, Kathleen J. 36, 39, 144 Postl, Larry K. 39, 80, 120 Potts, Thomas E. 39, 116 Pounds, John T. 47, 123 Prajzner, Larry D. 47 Pratt, Dawn M. 47 Price, Scott K. 48, 117 Prichard, Jeanette H. Provenzino, James A. 54, 80 Pscodna, Gregory S. 27, 80, 83, 100, 142 Pyorala, Michael W. 39,80 Q Quaye, George Y. 54 Quinley, Lisa A. Quinn, Michele M.124 Ouist, Martha J. 40 R Racine, Joan M. 48, 126 Rainey, Ivan C. 100 Rakow, Elizabeth M. 54 Ramirez, Elizabeth M. 38, 48, 136 Rawley, Ann L. 25, 28, 96, 97, 124 Raymond, Kirk A. Redding, Albert C. 28 Reed, Kevin, L. 40, 91 Reeves, Aaron T. 48, 98 Reinke, Stephen M.40,80,120 Remick, John A. 28, 44, 99 Remick, Paul T. 40 Remley, Stuart E. 54, 127 Restum, Brad T. 86 Reuter, Robert K. 54 Rex, Brian D. 40, 80, 100 Rice, Kerry J. 45 Richards, Jr., Albert J.28,65,129,142 Rickard, Mark 40, 120 Riddell, Julie A. Rieger, Robin E. 3, 54 Ries, Connie L. Riffe, Christina L. 54 Rigg, Karen S. 48 Riley, Lesia A. 54 Rincon, Karen R. Ritter, Susan M. 54 Roach, Lenore M. 40, 120, 126 Roberts, David E. Robertson, Cheryl L. 48, 116 Robinson, Sharon L. 48, 99 Robinson, Tracy L. 54 Rodlund, Mary H. 48 Roedel, Wayne E. 104 Rogers, Kristine C. 40, 119, 144 Rohrer, Brian D. 40 Roosa, Robin R. 40, 46, 126 Rose, Brenda J. 102 Roseboom, Jayne M. 28, 142 Ross, Wendy R. Rosso, Timothy A. 48, 92, 94, 119 Rouker, Kristin M. 23, 28 Rowland, Jr., Robert D. Royer, Stephen C. Rubin, Ronna L. 40, 120 Ruesch, Paul D. 18, 124, 127 Ruiz, Mary R.54,120 Ruiz, Robert F.48,91,117,136,144 Rumbold, Barbara A. 48 Rupp, Brad L. Russell, Steven P. 40, 106, 123 Ryan, Richard K. 129 Rzucidlo, Jean M. 11,28,102 S Sadowitz, Shanna K. 54, 88, 89, 131 Sadowitz, Sherilyn M. 28 Sadowski, Arlynn M. Samsami, Nina Samuels, Sherri K. 128, 141 Sattler, Mary-Ellen 40,45 Saunders, Mary E. 40, 120 Savoie, Christine M. 28 Schaefer, Nicole L. 29, 47 Scheirer, Elizabeth A. 40, 126 Schian, Kathryn M. 28, 128 Schimp, Donn N. 40 Schmidt, Deborah A. 162 Schmidt, Jeff A. Schmitt, Brian C. 54 Schnoblen, Patricia L. 29 Schoepflin, Alicia L. 40 Schroeder, Jean D. Schue, Virginia A. 48, 126 Schultz, Jr., Willard W. 54, 127, 146 Schumacher, Jr., Peter J. 54, 127 Schwarz, Alan J. 40 Scott, Timothy D. 40 Seaburn, Vallery A. 21, 29, 126 Seager, Jodi L. 48 Seebeck, Melody E. 6, 48, 118 Sefcik, Nathan J. 29 Seidler, Elizabeth L. 48 Selberg, William R. 29, 90 Sellas, Spencer N. 48, 127 Serra, Michael R. 48, 129 Sharpe, Victoria L. 40 Sharrow, Jody L. 40, 126 Shaw, Coleen H, Shaw, Kathleen D. 48, 142 Shaw, Nancie L. Sheehan, Jeffrey R. 48, 117 Sheldon, Kimberly K. 48 Sheldon, Susan L. 29, 116, 133 Sheppard, Christopher I. 29, 144 Sheppard, Lorinda M. 54 Shields, Heather A. 48 Shilling, Tambria K. 54 Sholly, Jennie J. Shove, Diann L. 54 Shroat, Jennifer L. 40, 90, 126 Shuler, Eric R. Sickels, Peter D. 54 Sickels, Wendy E. 40 Simpson, Charles G. Simpson, Lori L. 29, 32, 45, 47, 124 Sinks, Dianna E. Skuratovich, Michael 91, 100 Slatick, Deborah A. Slavicek, Nancy J. 29 Sluschewski, Veronica L. 40 Small, Stephen M. 54, 86, 87, 123 Smalley, Kathy A. 88, 89 Smedley, Robert J. 29, 80, 83 Smith, Lori M. 29, 131, 142 Smith, S. Maxwell fJ.R.7 48, 67, 80 Smith, Michael R. 40 Smith, ScottA. 129 Smith, Sue A. 29 Smith, Tina M.48,116, 146 Smith , Yvonne T. 40 Snyder, Fay A. Snyder, Richard H. 30 Soja, Carrie J. 40, 124 Sparkman, Amy L.48,99,126 Sparks, Cynthia D. 30 Spears, Keli S. 48, 126, 141 Specht, Vicky L. 48 Spencer, Rachelle M. 30 Spicer, Samantha M. 54 Spicer, Scott F. 40 Spies, Julie A. 48 Spohler, Scott W. 48, 80, 117 Spotts, Todd B. 30 Springer, Kathi A. Sprow, Rebecca J. Stacho, Thomas A. 40, 120 Stafford, Richard W. 48, 80, 131 Stark, Kenneth B. 48 Stec, Roxann M. 40, 120 Stentzel, Judith R. Steuwe, Kathleen M. 88, 102 Stewart, Gerald T. 118 Stewart, Sandra L. 48 Stock, Charles R. 30, 80, 131 Stolle, Brian D.40,90,104,105 Stone, Eric A. 49, 50, 142 Straub, Scott R. 54, 100 Strawcutter, Betty J. Street, Leslie A. Stribbell, Laura J. 49, 119, 144 Stumpmier, Julie M. 30, 126 Stutz, Kelly A. 7, 46, 124 Sullivan, Matthew J. 54 Surbis, Elyse M. 40 Suriano, Scott A. 7, 40, 106 Suter, Larry G. 54 Swanson, Ronald G. 49 Swanson, Timothy D. 54, 129, 142 Swartz, Rick L. 54, 65, 124, 129 Swihart, Cheryl D. 49, 116, 163 Switchulis, Gregory J. 80, 131 T Talarek, Randall S. 40, 116 Tallman, Scott D. 54, 131 Tamayo, Silvestre 54 Tambornini, Gina L. 49 Tanzy, James A.49,67, 104,105, 127 Taormina, Steven M. 40, 129 Tatro, Paula J. 49 Taylor, Michelle L. 40 Thallman, Steve J. 40, 80, 100 Themanson, Melanie J.30, 116,146 Thomas, Julie D. Thompson, Craig S. 40, 120 Thompson, Liesl M. 40, 120 Thompson, Terri S. Thorne, Barbara A. 49, 117 Thorpe, William M. Tibbs, Elizabeth J. Till, Jr., Charles P. Tipton, Matthew R. 49, 120 Tipton, Melanie A. 49, 146 Toms, Kimberley S. 40 Toms, Patrick J. 40 Toncre, Scott A. 30 Towersey, Margaret F. 54, 116, 144, 146 Townsend, Vivien R. 54, 131 Tozer, Steven R. 54 Traver, Teresa L. 54, 124 Treadwell, Donald B. 54, 86 Trimpe, Jr., Robert G. 40, 125 Troszak, Steven T. 49, 129 Trumbel, Christine A. 40 Tuin, Timothy S. 41, 49, 127 Tully, Christopher l. 49, 129 Tureaud, Johnny S. 40 U U'Ren, Janet E. 30, 118, 142 Updike, Jeanine G. 40 Upton, Jeffery J. 40, 80, 120 Urban, Gary M. 49, 119 Urban, Robert E. 49, 80, 119 V Valentino, Gina M. 31, 69, 118, 131, 142, 163 Vallone, Maddalena M. Van Agen, Henry M. 54 VanBuren, Jr., Jerald J. 54, 80, 119 Vander Graaf, Juanita L. 49 Vanderpool, Karen M. 40 Vanderpool, Todd L. 49 VanDusen, Susan L. 40, 126 VanEtten, Michelle J. 40, 120, 122 VanTiem, Reed C. 80, 119 VanValkenburg, Larry E. 164 Vaughn, Barry C. 28, 31 Vavrinek, Peter J. 31 Vayko, Lawrence M. 54 Velasquez, Carmen C. 49 Velasquez, Elena Veldhoff, Bret M. 49, 127 Veltre, Marcia L. 31 Veneros, Kevin M. 40 Verdun, Lisa K. 31 Vernarsky, Frank E. 49, 129 Vernier, Rex L. 49 Vettes, Loretta A. 74, 96, 97, 102 Victor, Jolene A. 49 Vierling, Gloria A. Visser, Lynette R. 40, 131 Vitti, Tommaso A. Vrbensky, Robert A. 40, 120 Vrbensky, Ruth A. 31, 122, 144 W Wade, John W. 40, 80, 120 Wade, Pamela D. 65, 124, 136 Wagner, James L. 54, 116 Walker, Debra L. 31 Walsh, Bradley J. Walters, Sheila A. 49 Walz, Jeffery T. 125 Warburton, Nancy L. 40, 124 Warkoczeski, Suzanne M. 40, 119 Warner, Anne S. Warner, Todd M. 31 Washington, Jr., Oliver G. 49 Wasik, Laura R. 49 Wasmer, Gregory S. 40, 80, 120 Wayda, Suzanne M. 32 Weatherly, Glenn W. 40, 116 Weathers, Margarete A. 32 Weaver, Gayle F. 49, 119, 133 Webb, James M. 49, 104 Weber, Peter A. 133 Weeks, Brenda J. 32, 53, 66, 124, 131 Weeks, Susan E. 40, 120 Weiss, Jon B. 40 Welch, James S. 32, 54 Wells, Clay R. 49 Welsh, Rebecca J. Welter, Peter T. 40, 80, 120 Wendrow, Sylvia Westphal, Geoffrey K. 49, 117 White, John G. 49, 123, 124 White, Mark L. 49, 92, 93, 94 White, Rozelle F. Wicking, Gregory H. 32, 68, 124, 129 Wigglesworth, Ill, Thomas R. 40, 123 Wilkinson, David E. 32,80 Willerer, Michael J. 50, 80, 86, 119 Williams, Keith A. 50, 100,117 Williams, Michael J. 120 Williamson, Irving B. 50, 117 Williamson, Jr., James H. Wilson, Glenn D. 32 Winkler, Anthony M. Wirtz, Roy C. 50, 129 Wolf, Elisa M. 52, 142 Wolf, Heather H. 32 Wolfrum, Scott D. Wong, Mei Wan 32 Woodard, Lori M. 50, 122 Wooldridge, Richard W. 50, 119 Wright, Amy J. 40, 102, 122, 141 Wyse, Cecilia R. Y Yakubesan, Carolyn A. 38, 50, 122 Yakubesan, Kathleen A. 42, 54, 122, 141 144 Yaroch, Jill V. 50, 122 Yetter, Paul L. 54, 80, 119 Young, Lisa B.50,65,117,124,131,141 Young, Monica S. 50 Young, Sheila L. Young, Tracy L. 50 Z Zachary, Christopher P. 7, 50, 80, 129 Zarate, Deborah L. 40 Zavala, Janet S. Ziemer, Dana K.54,66,126,133,141 Zink, Allen J. 47, 54, 118, 144 Zink, Stephanie G. 43, 54, 124, 131 Zuckerberg, Scott D. 50, 126 Zurcher, Sandra E. 40 Zurcher, ll, James L. 50 Special Thanks To: Fred Eaton Joe Fitzgerald Tim Swanson Eric Stone The Publicity Department AUTOGRAPHS


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