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50th Adnan College
Editlon Adrlan MI 49221
That Was Then, This is Now . . .
The beginnings of Adrian College started in
Leoni, Michigan in 1845, as a theological in-
stitute founded by the Weslyan Methodists. In
1855, Michigan Union College was established
from this theological institute.
In March of 1859, Dr. Asa Mahan and his col-
lea ues terminated Michigan Union Collefe,
pacied up the campus in ox-carts, and travel ed
60 miles west to Adrian. Dr. Mahan was Adrian
College's first president after it was chartered by
the Michigan le islature on March 28, 1859. The
college is stilf strongly affiliated with the
Past Mingles with Present at A.C.
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For over 125 years, Adrian Colle e
has been an institute devoted to the
academic and ethical values of its
students and staff, it has upheld the
College educational mission since it
was founded in 1859. The mission: to
stimulate individual growth and
academic excellence, to pursue truth,
to foster creativity, to encourage
ethical values, and to develop skil s.
Adrian had managed to upkee these
elevated ideals, through hard, work
and dedication, to provide a per-
sonalized environment for the
students - the personal approach to
a better life and career.
lust over 50 years ago,
Adrian Co ege students paid
as little as 5550. a ear to at-
tend schoo . Since t en, prices
have risen steadily, making it
nearly impossible to get an
education without financial
aid. However, amid these ris-
ing rates, Adrian College has
managed to stay the least ex-
pensive of the MIAA schools,
with its current S9000 price tag
for an education.
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As the years pass, it's interesting to compare the prices
that college students Kay for things. Below are some com-
mon items college stu ents could purchase, then, and now.
1 920s l 1 95 05 1 987
Model-T: S400 1956 Ford: S3000 Ford Escort: S8000
Coffee: S .40 Ib. Record Album: 551.44 Time Ma azine: 51.95
Typewriter: S4 Life Savers: 56 Record 15bum:S7-9
Man's Suit: S35-40 Man's Suit: S75 Life Savers: 356
Time Magazine: 156 Hotel Room: 510.95 Man's Suit: S200
Over its 128 year life, the
Adrian College campus has ac-
quired several buildings and
landmarks. The Mound was left
by the class of 1869. Their
original intention was to erect a
statue of Asa Mahan, Adrian's
first president. However, the
funds never came through, thus
the class of '69 left a unique and
distinctive landmark. The con-
crete 'A' at the front of campus
was constructed by the class of
1914. The 'A' is generally re-
served for en aged couples. The
stone threshold, now used as a
seat in front of North Hall, has
been here since 1859, making it
the oldest landmark on campus
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mounted atop a brick base near Ship-
man Library. The senior class raised
enough money to move the almost
forgotten bell from inside the Carillon
Tower to where it stands today. ln 2009,
the class of '84 will return, and re-open
E time capsule which sits beneath the
Whereas the South Hall Bell beckons
the future, Downs Hall reminds us of
the pastp built in 1860, it is the only
building remaining from Adrian's
original campus. Downs Hall hosts the
art gallery, a theater, and, as legend has
it, a ghost that roams the halls.
The newest addition to the host of
campus landmarks is the South Lawn
Sign, near Davis and Feeman Halls. The
class of 1986 donated this small, granite
sign to the college in April during the
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The Adrian College campus abounds with
many fun, unique traditions. One of the most
sentimental of which is the Cane Ceremony.
The ceremony, which follows graduation, is
performed near the mound. Each class ties a
ribbon of its colors onto the cane, then, the
president of the graduating class hands it
down to the resident of the next class. The
cane dates flrom 1887, and the ceremony
began in 1921. Another tradition, though little
known, is touching the Lincoln Statue for good
luck. The bronze statue sits in the library,
where the class of '63 began touching its tail
for good luck. A friendly 'hi' is popular on the
AC campus. Adrian enjoys the reputation of
being a friendly campus, with a friendly 'hi' to
greet you all over campus.
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One well-known, well-loved tradition on the A.C. campus is
painting the rock. The rock, now in front of Ritchie Dining
Hall, was first brought on campus in lanuary, 1962, by the
brothers of the Tau Kappa Espilon fraternity. Painting the rock,
they thought, would decrease campus vandalism and increase
But in 1965, the rock disap eared. Apparently, an irate Al-
bion College student buried the rock in the front lawn of the
dining hall. A few weeks later, after accusations flew from
dorm to fraternity, the rock began showing through the
ground. The rock that AC students paint today is only one-
third of the original rock.
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The Freshmen at Adrian have
come a long way since the begin-
ning years of the college. In the
eary 1900s, Freshmen had to
follow such rules as: Freshmen
beanies must be worn at all
times, and must always be tipped
to upperclassmen, Freshmen
must not smoke on campus, walk
on the grass, or be seen with a
girl except on Friday and Satur-
ay nights, Freshmen must clean
up the campus when ordered to
by up erclassmen.
Today, though, Freshmen are
equal to the upperclassmen,
despite the teasin they take.
This year, the froslm were con-
solidated with the u perclassmen
in the dorms for the first time.
Students are not sure of the
wisdom of this decision, but
maybe the Freshmen will now no
longer bear the brunt of so many
In dorm life toda , we take
visiting members of the opposite
sex for granted. However, in
earlier years, men and women
had a much harder time seeing
each other as we do now. In the
late 1800s and early 1900s, men
were strictly forbidden to visit
women unless they had permis-
sion from the Dean of Women,
and then the had to visit in the
lobby or be chaperoned.
Even through the 70s, men and
women could only visit in lobbies
and other recreational rooms.
Today, the only restrictions are
limited closed hours, when men
and women cannot be in the
same room. Some of the old-
fashioned values of yesteryear
still prevail upon the Adrian Col-
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ALMA MATER SQ n
Alma Mater, wise and glorious,
Shrine of Light and home of Truth,
Over fate and trials victorious,
Crown-ed with eternal youth.
Boast of son and ride of daughter,
Loved by all wholllcnow thy lore,
Dear old Adrian, Alma Mater,
God be with thee evermore.
Fair among the great lakes founded,
Where the Raisin winds its way,
Campus fair with maples bounded,
Lends enchantment night and day, Q
Mid fair s ot of all creation, ' ,
Wreathedl in flowers and forest cleared, xl
Stands thy vine-clad habitation, Ai' "
By devoted talents reared. 52 y
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Adrian Bulldog Fight Song
CTune Washington Lee Swmg J
As Adrian s Bulldogs charge right down
We're proud because we know they'll
hnever yieldl.I d h
W T is game wi o own in our istory
"f As another Adr?an Bulldog victory.
As the rafters ring with loyal shouts,
The spirit in the air o'ercomes all
f A For our Bulldogs are the very best
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Q Bulldogs, we're backing you.
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Skirts, dresses, gloves, suits and ties are rarely
seen on campus today, but in the 50s, 60s and
70s, they were standard dress for college
students. In fact, blue jeans and bermuda shorts
were forbidden for both men and women, and
both sexes had to dress formally for dinner and
This year, thou h, long, black wool coats,
paisley-patterned squirts and jeans, buffalo plaid
shirts and brightly colored, geometric designed
sweaters are pogular In a world of palm-tree
patterned lams s orts, a strict dress code would
seem hard to believe.
In lune of 1937, the very flrst Issue
of The Mound came out As a year
book, It wasn t the flrst at Adrlan Col
lege, several annual books were put
together before The Mound became
the Adrian College yearbook The
Mound was the flrst annual put out
slnce 1920, they stopped production
of any yearbooks durmg the flrst
When the flrst yearbook was
published, the cost to each student
was only S2 00 Now, the prlce of the
yearbook IS Included ln tultlon and
As thls year IS the 50th anniversary
of The Mound we would llke to
salute all the hard work and long
hours that go Into makmg It a year
book to remember
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CAN YOU GUESS WHO THESE SENIORS ARE?
' LOOK TO PAGE 33 FOR THE ANSWERS.
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Pat Pelhim looks for some reason to be there. Bob Mang takes a sip of his favorite drink the Mingo
The Estes lst floor drinking crew poses for their
lt IS obvious th at we mug,htT1mmy Holloway at A bad time.
Spenser in his favorite spot, the Reference Section.
Daniel C. Backes Michael l. Barker
Business Management Sociology
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Robert S. Abrams
Angela M. Beauprez Roxanne E. Beck
Computer Science! HealthfPhysical
Bowling Green, Ohio Archbold, Ohio
Yvette M. Bensett
EnglishfWriting interior Design
Davison, Michigan Davison, Michigan
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Business Administration BiologyfBusiness
New Baltimore, Michigan Management
Deborah M. Cooper janet L. Crawford Donald l. Dakoske Daniel Daly
Accountancy English Accountancy Political Science
Walled Lake, Michigan Toledo, Ohio Traverse City, Michigan Allen Park, Michigan
Thomas M. DeYoung Annette L. DiDomizio Keli A. Dodson Stephen Doolan
ArtfBiology Accountancy Business Marketing Business Marketing
St. Louis, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Rochester, Michigan Rochester Hills, Michigan
Patrick A. Doss Marie F. Drake
History ' Business
Maumee' Ohio Hudson, Ohio Andy Leone late for class? Good one!
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Brad Dryer Derek C. DuBois
S . Business Marketing Accountancy
Rob, Anne and Scrat studying BIGTIME!! Vvarrenf Michigan Riverview, Michigan
Robert A. Duggan David R. Erickson Kerry D. Erickson Raymond D. Everhart
BusinessfBroadcasting, Earth Science Mathematics Accountancy
Speech Livonia, Michigan Westland, Michigan Springfield, Ohio
Lorianne T. Ezman Amee Eryske john Gomola jamie L. George
Biology Biology Biology Biology
Canfield, Ohio Bellaire, Ml Warren, MI Newcastle, Pennsylvania
lean M. Gillespie
St. Claire Shores, Michigan
Kathryn M. Gladych
Front Row: Charles Moore, Andy Leone, Ro
Row: jeff Davis, Dave Pietrzak, Stu Remley, Sa
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Angela L. Harris
xy Beck, Kathy Steuvve.
Anne M. Grieser Karen 1. Haas
Archbold, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio
Kathleen M. Harris Anthony C. Henry
Computer SciencefSpanish BiologyfChemistry
Marine City, Michigan Holt, Michigan
Margaret M. Hippler
Bay Village, Ohio
Sandra L. Kimball
Cass City, Michigan
jeffrey D. King
Rick A. Hobart
Tammy S. Holloway
William C. Koch
St. Clair, Michigan
Front Row. Hank VanAgcn, Teri
Traver, Beth Rakow, Back Row:
Steve Doolan, loc lettig, Bob
Abrams, Rick Swartz, Tammy
Diane S. Koppelman
Maryanne T. Kraemer
Leah N. Landis Sharon K. Lane
Mansfield, Ohio ManagementfPsychology Greg Switchulis gives his reaction to another Bachman policy case.
Katherine M. LaTurneau Sally L. Leu Charles T. Lytle Scott M. Machniak
Artflnterior Design Accountancy Business Management Spanish
Drayton Plains, Michigan Medina, Ohio Tecumseh, Michigan Adrian, Michigan
Anne M. Majewski David P. Malick Vondaj. Marrow judith M. Matosky
Biology Business Management Political Science EnglishfWriting
Lansing, Michigan Parma, Ohio Niles, Michigan Bedford, Ohio
"Bruiser, please don't make me drink another one."
Donna M. Meyer Joyce G. Mitchell
Bluffton, Ohio Tecumseh, Michigan
Alice McCauley james B. Medaglia
Business Management Chemistry
Pontiac, Michigan Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
Seana B. Monahan Charles Moore
Rocky River, Ohio Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Michael A. Morehouse Steve Moret Randy A. Mudge Denise S. Mumby
GermanfBusiness Biology Biology Elementary Education
Management Brooklyn, Michigan Drayton Plains, Michigan Monroe, Michigan
Theresa M. Nabozny Robert Novy
Fashion Merchandising Accountancy
Brighton, Michigan Utica, Michigan
Therese M. Nugent
"Hey Debbie Cooper, take it ALL off!"
Elizabeth M. Rakow
Robin E. Rieger
St. Clair Shores, Michigan
Diane I. Paul
Robert K. Reuter
Susan M. Ritter
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Lincoln Park, Michigan Madison Heights, Michigan
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jeffrey R. Sheehan Lorinda M. Sheppard
Interior Design PsychologyfEnglishfWriting Wayne Rodel Sports a new look for fall'
Alto, Michigan Clawson, Michigan
Tambria K. Shilling Diann L. Shove Kathy Smalley Samantha Spicer
Computer Science Accountancy Business Management Accountancy
Parma, Michigan Southgate, Michigan Dundee, Michigan Grass Lake, Michigan
Kathleen M. Steuwe Scott R. Straub
Tecumseh, Michigan Grass Lake, Michigan
Richard L. Swartz
Upper Sandusky, Ohio
Cynthia M. Swift
St. Clair Shores, Michigan
Mary Kraemer stacking herself up against the books at Shipman.
Cheryl D. Swihart Scott D. Tallman Margaret F. Towersey Vivien R. Townsend
Biology Business Music Accountancy
jackson, Michigan ManagementfEconomics Alma, Michigan Manchester, Michigan
Steve Tozer Teresa L. Traver Henry M. Van Agen
Biology Accountancy Business-Management
Canton, MI Saline, Michigan Bancroft, Michigan
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Elena Velasquez Frank E. Vernarsky Barbara 1. Waldron
Business Administration Psychology Social Science
Bay City, Ml Sterling Heights, Michigan Adrian, Michigan
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Albion, Michigan Tipton, Michigan
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Business Marketing Accountancy ' ' '
Dearborn, Michigan Hillman, Michigan
Dana K. Ziemer Allen Zink Stephanie G. Zink
Elementary Education Business Management Accountancy
Gladwin, Michigan Adrian, Michigan Rochester, New York
Would you like another book, Tammy?
It's your duty to get some bootie.
Dr. Randy Mudge steps out to check on a patient.
Samantha "The Throwin' Samoan" looks fora receiver downfield.
R. I. Liva, The Blues Brothers' better half.
Answers to Guess Who? on page 18 are:
.lohn Gomola .Kathy Steuwe
2. Anne Majewski 10. Mary Ruiz
3. Derek DuBois 11. Paul Remick
4, Margaret Towersy 12. Annette DiDomizio
5. Roxanne Beck 13. Mike Barker
6. Kerry Erikson 14. Doug Everhart
7. Bob Abrams 15. T. C. Bonner
8. lim Bellmer 16. Rick Swartz
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Don Hester, Bob Czapla, and Bill LaGore all have different views of class.
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This page, Top left: With a little more hip action, Mike Anderson could have corne in
first in the hula-hoop contest, Top middle: President Donald Stanton and wife Barbie
wait to congratulate the King and Queen. Top right: Candidates Dana Ziemer and
RJ, Liva await the decision. Middle left: The Theta Chi's give their all in the tug-of-
war. Middle right: Steven's Hallfs winning banner A c-cfc-catch a Wave. Bottom
right: lohn Deleon and jeff Davis get in position for the next play.
Opposite page, Top: King and Queen Andy Leone and Mary Ruiz. Bottom left1
Queen Mary Ruiz receives a congratulatory hug from her escort Dave Malick. Bot-
tom right: Candidates Ketha Kerby and Dave Hittler.
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The Theme for Greek Week 1987 was GOIN' CRAZY. The
unified team of Alpha Phi and Phi Kappa Sigma was victorious
while the Tri Sigmas and Sigma Alpha Epsilon team came in
second. The Chi Omega and Theta Chi team finished third
and Alpha Sigma Alpha-Tau Kappa Epsilon effort earned
fourth. The fun-filled week began with a Chariot Race and the
traditional Torch Run. Other events included a talent show on
Tuesday night, a Wheel Chair Push raising money for
Muscular Dystrophy on Wednesday, and the always crazy
games on the Mall on Thursday. The week's festivities were
brought to a close at the Greek Banquet, where the awards
presentations were made.
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zling questions during the talent show. Top right: Phi Kap president, Dave
Hittler leads his brothers in a rousing imitation of a German band. Bottom
left: Kyle Hoult tries to regain his balance as he participates in the Dizzy
Izzy race for the Alpha Phi-Phi Kap team. Bottom right: The Theta Chis
and Chi Omegas with their winning banner.
This page, Top: Kendall White, jennifer Ackerson and Lisa Frazzinni kick
up their sister's heels in a lively rendition of, "Phis lust Wanna Have Fun!"
Middle left: Steve Doolan and Tim Bills as Zeke and Zeb, M.C. the talent
show. Middle right: The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon with their reclining
chariot. Bottom left: Theta Chis Steve Doolan, Tim Cassidy and Mark
Sonderman in their Greek Week attire.
Parent's Weekend Festivities
Top left: The ladies of "SOUND EFFECTS" sway to that fifties beat,
Bottom left: jeff Haslow sings "A Surrey With The Fringe On Top."
Top right: Dave Mallick and Terri Traver give parents a glimpse of the
latest winter fashions.
Bottom right: Alan Zink takes us back to those "SUMMER NIGHTS."
Sound Effects f Theta Chi Run
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Top left: The Alpha Phi's help support the Theta Chi's philanthropy. Below:
Sound Effects members Tina Hubbard, jill Geddes, Eric Hanson, Eric Stone,
and jackie Cooper perform on stage. Bottom left: jeff Haslow and Tina Hub-
bard performing a duet. Bottom right: Bob Turek runs the distance for the
Theta Chi run for Alzheimer's disease.
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Opposite page, Top left: Left to right the cast of the Voices of Christmas includes
janet Crawford, Donna Meyer, Sue Hobe, Cynthia Swift, Camille Aown, Carol
Morissy, joy Mitchell, Scott Moore, Don Treadwell. Top right: Kendall White looks
on intensely during the play "Six Characters" at the conversation between Becky
Kuhne and Bill Carter. Bottom: Picnicking in the sun from a scene in "Loose Ends"
are Christine Painter as Susan, Sue Hobe as Marya, Matt Drake as Doug and Pat Ervin
This page, Left: Christine Trumbel as Mrs. Hardcastle pleads with her laughing son
Tony Lumpkin, played by Bill Carter. Above: Mike Barker as Thomas Marlowe in a
thoughtful moment from "She Stoops To Conquer." Top: Kristine Nelson and Mike
Barker in rehearsal.
CO VOC TIO BEHRI GINSPIRES ST DENTS
Convocation is a welcome to the
campus community by our president
and honored speakers. This year we
were fortunate to hear an
inspirational talk by our new Dean of
Academic Affairs, Dr. Daniel Behring.
His speech instilled a message to the
students to want more out of life and
to vvork hard towards their goals.
Other speakers include: President of
Adrian College, Dr. Donald Stanton,
Student Government President, Teri
lohnston, Asst. Chaplain, 1. Iittuan
Moore, Catholic Campus Minister,
Brother Robert jackson, and faculty
welcome by Asst. Prof. of History, Dr.
Top, Vice President and Dean ofAcademic
Affairs, Dr. Daniel Behring delivers his
inspirational and uplifting speech. Top right,
President Dr. Donald Stanton and Dr, Michael
McGrath lead the procession. Bottom right,
Student Govt. President Teri Iohnston, Asst.
Chaplain I. littaun Moore, Brother Robert
"Bob" jackson and Dr. McGrath listen intently
to Dr. Behrings' delivery.
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STUDE T LIFE AWARDS
The Golden Gavel Honor Society on March 25 sponsored
the Student Life Awards in the Adrian Tobias Room. The
Awards given out were Michael Kelly Thompson Scholar-
ship Award, Chaplain's Awards, Newman Association
Awards, john Philip Sousa, and the President's Leadership
Top left: Senior Diane Paul received the President's Leadership Award.
Middle right: Tim Bills presented the Michael Kelly Thompson Scholarship
award to Tim Kreuz for having the highest GPA in the fraternities. Bottom:
Seniors Dana Zimmer, Allan Zink, and Anne Majewski are enjoying the
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Following the presentation of degrees was
the cane Ceremony. Traditionally, this
time-honored ceremony is held outside, in
front of the mound. However, due to rain,
the cane ceremony had to be held in
Dawson Auditorium. After Mr. Kleinsmith
gave a short speech to the class, Scott
Faust, Senior class Vice President tied the
class of '87's blue and yellow sash onto the
cane. Senior class President Diane Paul
then handed the ribbon-laden cane to
john White, President of the class of 1988.
The Senior Class Gift was an historical
marker, depicting the Cane Ceremony.
The marker rests in front of the mound
where the ceremony traditionally takes
Top center: Steve Doolan, Mike Catalina, Tim Fralick,
and Bob Smedley show off after graduation A- they
finally made it! Middle left: Scott Machniak and Anne
Majewski, two of the newest alumni of Adrian Col-
lege. Middle right: Rick Hobart tries to explain to a
friend how great it feels to graduate after four years of
hard work. Right: After Scott Faust tied on the blue
and yellow banner for the class of '87, Diane Paul
handed down the cane to john White, President of
the class of 1988.
Above: Graduation Day was a happy one for Brian Medaglia, lay
VanBuren, and jeff Davis. Below left: Dave Hittler tips his hat in
congratulations to his fellow graduates. Below right: Allen Zink, lost
in the crowd of proud parents and friends outside of Dawson
BACCHUS Fracas - 2nd Year of Fun 8: Fest1v1t1es
The Second Annual BACCHUS Fracas was
a huge success. Events took place both in-
side Rush Union and in the quad. Indoor
festivities were the Ice Relay and a Clothes
Relay. The outside action consisted of the
Biggest Snowball Contest, the Innertube
Relay, and the Four Man Ski Race. The
overall winners were the Theta Chis, sec-
ond place was awarded to the Gators,
while the Bucks took thirds.
Above right: Art Teacher Pi Benio and Dean Daniel
Behring prepare to make their snowball. Right: The
victorious Theta Chi team proclaims, "We're Number
One." First Row: Scott Buchler, Kevin Cassidy. Sec-
ond Row: Frank Vernarsky, Steve Troszak, Vince
Crawford. Third Row: Paul Gogan, Lincoln Brown,
Tim Kreuz, lohn Papas. Fourth Row: Kevin Russ, Ken
Aldridge, Gary Urban. Fifth Row: Al Copeland, Tim
Cassidy, Steve Taoromina. Back Row: Scott Wilson,
john Mogk. Bottom left: Matt Flower and Brian
Brownell lashed together in the ski race. Bottom right:
Gary Urban and Vince Crawford pull Paul Gogan in
the Innertube Relay.
PHO ORAMA'S 10th NNI ERSARY
This years Phonorama involved many students, faculty and alumni
devoting their time to call from Feeman Hall. lt celebrated it's tenth an-
niversary with pizza, t-shirts, and many hours of dialing.
Left: Alumni Nate Smith calls for contributions. Right: Deans Hall R.A.'s Bob Gustas and
Randy Talarek phone home. Bottom: Sophomores Becky Kuehne and Chris Chervo dial
"M" for money.
Celebrity Series is an opportunity for
Adrian Students and community to ex-
perience the fine arts. It provides a wide
range of professional and student enter-
tainment including theater, music, film,
and art presentations. The series offers dif-
fering and worthwhile experiences which
intrigue the mind and lift the spirit.
Above left: The Cambridge Buskers make the classics
fun by including fun and games in their corner.
Above right: Robert Guralnik in his portrayal of
Frederic Chopin, a brilliant presentation of a great
Bottom right: A member of the Slovak State Folk
Ensemble thrills the audience with a leap.
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The Interfraternity Council is
the governing body for the
social fraternities. It exists to
promote cooperation among
the greek organizations.
Back Row: Vince Crawford, Norbert Donnersbach, Dave Hitler, Ed 0liver, Chris Hauck. Front Row: john White, R.
1. Liva, Steve Doolan, Mike Anderson, Mark Anderson.
The International Club sponsors activities and
programs for students interested in cultures
different from their own, working closely with
Back Row: Chan Ong, Patti MacNaughton, Misael Frinidad, Kevin Wood. Front Row: Brian
Semos, Addie Adeyemi, Cheryl Robertson.
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Front Row: Paula Hunt, Lori Brown, janet Crawford, Seana Monahan, Kathy Shaw, Molly O'Neill, Cathy jones, Kim Ander-
son. Back Row: Marie Morelli, Cheryl Swihart, Brian jones, Bob Gustas, Stacey Nagy, Rick Hobart, lerry DuVall.
A Student organization that works to Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of
University Students. They sponsor an Alcohol Awareness Week, A Bacchus Fracas and other non-
alcoholic dances and functions.
iront Row: jill Holthus, Cora McKay, Beth Rameriz, Silma lrizarry, Paula Hunt, Marie Smith. Back
low: Steve Hedge, Rob Ruiz, Danny Hobson, Kim Bruce, Beverly Smith. .
The Spanish Club involves the students
in various activities relating to the study
of Spanish and spends time with other
students also studying and speaking
SPANISH HO ORARY
Back Row: Diane Paul, Dr. Beverly Smith, Scott Machniak. Front Row: Kathleen Harris, Beth Ramirez.
The Spanish Honorary has nationwide affiliation and has recently opened a chapter at Siena Heights
College. Students earn their membership through their ability to excel in the field of Spanish given
The LIT is a national organization pro-
moting literary excellence, they and
the English department are sponsor-
ing a student literary magazine called
Back Row: jim Hayden, Kevin Hile. Middle Row: Mindy Malicki, Lori Sheppard, layne Roseboom, jen-
nifer Musser, Seane Monahan. Front Row: jim Misseldine, Kathy Shaw, Gayle Weaver, janet Crawford.
American arketing Association
lack Row: Steve Doolan, Vince Crawford, Steve Thallman, Sean Cotter, Dan Bachus, jeff Fouch, julie Spies. Middle Row: jay Van-
Suren, john Duseau, Rob Liva Bob Czapla, julie Alger, Vicki Specht, Colleen Lewis, jean Connely. Front Row: Hank VanEgan,
Iharlie Lytle, Mike Catalina, Shanna Sadowitz, Brad Dryer.
The AMA is in its second year here at Adrian College. This year the AMA competed in the Midwest
legion Marketing competition and finished third. They have also done marketing research for the student
government and the Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce.
ack Row: Kristine Hooper, Kelly Lange, Yvette Benset, jeff Shean, Gerri Chmiel, Lisa Young, Gina Gran-
aminico. Front Row: Christy Best, Charlott Miller, Lauri Hopton, jill Marithew.
FAS is made up of Fashion Mer-
chandising and Interior Design ma-
jors. ASID is the American Society
of Interior Design and is a National
The Mound, a student-
produced yearbook, is a 176
page publication that comes
out in the fall. Students put
the past year into pictures, so
that we all can look back at
what the year had to hold. As
well, students use the prac-
tical aspects of journalism in
creating layouts, cropping
photos, and writing copy.
This year The Mound
celebrates its 50th
The College World is a student run
publication serving the Adrian College 4' '
community. It offers a chance for jour-
nalism students to experience all
aspects of printing a newspaper.
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Bottom: Angela Beauprez, Maureen Lapa, Kathleen Harris, Karla Flaim, Mindy Malicki,
Lori Sheppard, Eric Stone, Top: Cindy Swift, lim Hayden, Scott Faust, lim Misseldine,
The debate team is Adrian's speech
organization which travels regionally in
competition with other colleges.
Back Row: Sherri Phillips, Lonnie Bristol, David Lee,
Susan Hobe. Front Row: Scott Moore, Connie Ab-
dalla, lacqui Kruse
Margaret Toweresy, Dianne Paul, Anne Majewski, Libby Evans, Seana Monahan.
The Golden Gavel Honor Socie-
ty represents service, scholar-
ship and leadership. Students
must have a 3.0 or higher to be
a member. This society sponsors
various campus activities such
as the Student Life Awards Ban-
quet, andthe Festival of Lights.
Alpha Kappa Psi, the pro-
fessional business fraternity,
boasts two consecutive years
of perfection in its per-
formance evaluation. Current
membership is at 43. The
fraternity helps the business
student through speakers,
field trips, and seminars of a
LINCS lLeaders in College Servicesj,
sponsors and participates in various ac-
tivities for Adrian College which include
such events as homecoming, senior
banquet, phonorama and the alumni
First Row: lacquie Blissick, Lynette Visser, Karen Rigg, Chris Ellair, Tina Hubbard, Suzy Gray. Second Row: Richard
Gagnon lchapter advisorj, jennifer Musser, Lisa Young, Sandy Brisse, Maribeth Archambeau, Colette Mendel,
Patrick Doss. Third Row: Bob Abrams, Mark Goodman, loe Fettig, Ronda Thornton, Pam Henry, Vivien Townsend,
Annette DiDomizio, Sally Leu, Stephanie Zink, Carole Bach, Charles Moore. Fourth Row: Bob Duggan, Chris
Zachary, Leah Landis, Clay Wells, Scott Tallman, Samantha Spicer, Lisa Hathaway, Geoff Westphal, Paul Gogan,
john Dusseau, Michelle Harris, Ann Grieser, Irv Williamson.
Back Row: Diana Herd, Carol McGuire, Paul Fletcher, Karen Cummings, Randy Mudge, Amy
Sparkman. Second Row: Lori Brown, Margaret Towersey, Kathy Goldsmith, Dan Collins, Dawn
Kowalski, Robert Ruiz. Third Row: Laura Atkinson, Ann Majewski, Tom Mack, Chris Chervo, Carol
Bach, Marikate Leavens. Fourth Row: Tammy Herndon, Allen Zink, Diane Paul, Stan Masters.
Beta Beta Beta is an honorary biological
society. Adrian College's chapter is Lamb-
da Psi. Activities include: Food drive, social
activities, paper presentations, field trips,
and community service projects.
Eddie Castrine, Randy Mudge, Anne Majewski,
Eugene Nowak, Robin Reign, Cheryl Swihart, Tina
Rupp, jackie Brail, Cherie Blevins, Terri Klegstra, Craig
Foster, Kim Anderson, Chuck Klettner, Addie
Adeyomi, Bill Lucas, lim Carlson, Steve Taormina,
Steve Tozer, lim Webb, Chris Brocki, Dana Gillin,
Nadine Leffel, Amy Schumaker, Lori Ezman, Carol
Left to Right: Dave Roberts, Tim Kruez, lim Wagner, Phil Tousley. 2nd Row: Andrea Lee,
leanine Updike, Elaine Chiroi, Nicole McDonald, Wendy Williams.
IVCF is a Christian Fellowship of
believers that get together to
discuss and share the word of
God, The Bible. They have cam-
pus retreats to the Upper
WVAC, the Voice of Adrian,
is the campus radio station,
under the direction of Dr.
Daniel Scully. AC students
are able to plan their own
programs, and be disc
jockeys for the station 1107.9
FMJ. The students play a
variety of music, from heavy
metal and punk, to Top 40
and 60s and 70s tunes. Two
of the featured Djs this year
were "The Mutant" and Mike
Solomon, Residence Life
The Adrian College Singers is
a select group of students
from the AC populace. Each
had to audition to belong to
the vocal performance group.
The Singers perform a variety
of works, from contemporary
music to more traditional
religious gospels. Every year,
the Singers spend a week or
so touring, giving concerts at
churches across the coun-
tyside. This year, the group
went to Kansas City.
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Front Row: Bob Duke, Dave Lee. Row 2: Doug Wilson, lim Maxwell, Tisha Griffin, Vicki Lafton, Kevin Russ.
Row 3: Russ Lang, Mark Sunderman, Scott Zuckerburg, Ed Oliver, Cindy Carpenter. Back Row: Chris Broski,
Kristine Nelson, Pat Toms.
Front Row: Brent Billock, lill Geddes, Lisa Frazzini, Brian Semos. Row 2: Barb Miller, Cindy Enyart, Eric Stone,
Stacey Nagy, Chris Garno. Row 3: Director Art jones, Lucy Ciarno, Stephen Craw, jerry Stewart, joy Mitchell,
Melanie Tipton. Back Row: Margaret Towersey, jordan Clark, Dave Courter, Eric Hanson, Patty Piniewski, Linda
Adult dvisor and Support
Left to Right: Dan Caywood, Craig Brooks, jordan Clark, joy Mitchell, Peter Bleam, Kevin Wood, Advisor.
The Adult Advisory and Support
Group consists entirely of conti-
nuing students. The group was
established to help supply infor-
mation, solve problems, and of-
fer support for continuing
students, and to act as an ad-
visory committee to the Ad-
students are students whose
educations have been inter-
rupted for two or more years.
Front Row: Paul Till, Hope Shaw, Leslie
Nail, Edith Eing, Gloria Vierling, Charlie
Dickerson. Back Row: Kay Miller, john
Zaliskiewicz, jerry Ann Lockwood.
The Commuter Club, ,re-
established this year, is a stu-
dent organization determined to
meet the needs of the com-
muter student. The group tries
to help facilitate the adjustment
of commuters to living off-
campus, and tries to get them
more involved with campus ac-
tivities. Since most commuter
students work, have a family,
and go to school at the same
time, the club is aiming to pro-
vide a support group. Also, the
Commuter Club is seeking to
establish a commuter lounge.
The Student Activities Committee
CSACD is a group of student
volunteers dedicated to creating
recreational, educational, cultural,
and social programs for the col-
lege. The students get the chance
to develop their leadership skills,
and have fun doing it. This year,
SAC sponsored movies almost
every weekend, including Top
Gun, Stand By Me, and Short Cir-
cuit. SAC also had Ellen
Degeneres, a well-known come-
dienne, come to campus. SAC is
headed by advisor Lori Neff, and
Student Activities Director Linda
Front Row: johnny Tureaud, Katie
Poniatowski, Jeanette Nicastri, Lauri Hop-
ton, Linda Harvey. Back Row: jeff Fouch,
jerry McLean, Dave Dixon, Glenn
Weatherly, Lori Neff. '
The Student Government is an
organization which involves
students and their input in the ad-
ministrative decisions that will af-
fect them. Student Government
carries out most of its work
through three standing commit-
tees: The Student Services Com-
mittee, The Communication and
Awareness Committee, and The
School Spirit Committee. Student
Government also appoints
students to the Academic
Assembly. Several things that Stu-
dent Government has helped to
establish include the Virgil P.
Bernero Scholarship, commuter
mailboxes, the Freshman Register,
and the campus voter registration
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Turek, advisor, Dan Moore,
Ann Gulliver, Ronna Rubin,
Fasnacht, Dr. Forest Haines,
Koenigsknecht, Dr. Ken Ross
lton Hollingsworth, Teri lohnston, Laurie Stribell, Paul Till. Row 2: Dean Bob
Kirk Raymond, Kris Krohn, Dave Bryer. Row 3: Frank McKevitt, joy Mitchell,
Marie Bradley, jill Geddes, Suzie VanDusen, james Conyers. Back Row: Trent
advisor Gas Lopez, Rich Gomez, Gary Allen, Peter Bleam, Tia Miassmo, Ed
, advisor, Craig Thompson.
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Front Row: Reverend jon Powers, Sue Higgins, Kerry Erickson, Rick Hobart. Back Row: Eric
Stone, Seana Monahan, Mark Bowden, Allan Schwartz.
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The Newman Center is a Roman
Catholic funded center that pro-
vides a ministry of service to the
college campus. Full-time
4 , 'W chaplain, Brother Bob jackson,
and the student Associates plan
. various programs to increase
' one's personal and spiritual
, growth. These include retreats,
scripture study, and group ses-
sions. One activity the Newman
L. Associates sponsored this year
was a pizza sale, with the profits
going to fix up the Newman
Front Row: Kathleen Harris, Eddie
Costrini, Cathy jones, Molly O'Neill,
Anne Majewski, Seana Monahan, jean
Gillespie. Back Row: Tim Luch, Rick
Hobart, Alice McCauley, Tracy Collar,
jeff Davis, Brother Bob jackson, jeff
The Religious Concerns Committee is a stu-
dent organization that is dedicated to
religious awareness on campus. The commit-
tee is an umbrella organization that oversees
the primary religious organizations on cam-
pus. Some of the groups that the RCC works
with are the CROP Walk Committee, Ebony
Connection, lnter-varsity Christian
Fellowship, Mime Troupe, Newman
Associates, and Wesley Fellowship. The RCC
welcomes all students to join in the different
religious groups on campus, to express
spiritual and personal beliefs. Reverend jon
Powers advises the RCC.
Circle K stands for service and
scholarship, and the group's main
objective is to be a community ser-
vice organization. Circle K is af-
filiated with the Kiwanis Club of
America, working closely with
them on some of their projects.
The group sponsors dances and
plays bingo with residents of the
HOPE Center and Provincial
House. As well, the AC Circle K
Club hosted the Leadership Con-
ference in the Fall. Circle K also in-
teracts with many of the other
chapters in the Michigan District.
One of the favorite social activities
of Circle K is to go to Tony Paco's
Front Row: Michele Harris, Leisl Thompson,
lolene Victor, Karen Rigg, Advisor Bill
Shollenberger. Back Row: Tracy Collar,
Tom Leuttke, Paul Gogan, Lori Brefka.
The Department of Safety is a vital part of
the Adrian College campus. Under the
direction of Director Tom Oram and
Supervisor Mickey Phelps, the student
Safety Officers provide security for the
campus, as well as coordinate and provide
emergency assistance when needed. The
student officers are trained in handling fire
emergencies by the Adrian Fire Depart-
ment, and in crime scene prevention by
the Lenawee County Sheriff Department.
Others are trained in advanced first aid and
CPR. Other responsibilities of the Safety
Department include: issuing parking per-
mits, providing an escort service, and
securing the buildings on campus.
Front Row: Steve Troszak, julie Cummings, Michael Moorehouse. Row 2: Bill Lincoln, Viv Town
send, Phil Tousley, Michelle Bensett, Craig Emery, Supervisor Mickey Phelps. Back Row: loh
Cassino, Mark Bowden, Director Tom Oram, Steve Hill.
Left to Right: Kevin Hile, Dave Roverts, Eric Stone, Lori Sheppard, Rick Hobart, Alumnus Chris
Sheppard, Reverend jon Powers, janet Crawford.
The Adrian College Mime Troupe is a small
group of students who convey Christianity
through mime skits. The troupe uses silence,
symbols, and classical and popular music to
convey their stories. The Mime Troupe, in
conjunction with their advisor lon Powers and
Student Director Lori Sheppard, create all of
their own skits. The Mime Troupe first began
performing in 1982, when a few students did
a mime skit as an experimental chapel serv-
ice. Since then, the troupe has performed at
churches, schools and nursing homes in the
This year, the Mime Troupe created a
special skit called "Come Passion," about a
clown who is down and out himself, but has
the desire to make others happy. He tries to
do so several times but is rejected. just as he
is about to give up, he meets jesus and
renews his faith and trust. The story is told
completely without words.
Members of the Adrian College Mime Troupe leave the chapel stage after a successful performance of "Come Passion."
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over the top while practicing his pole
vaulting technique. Top right: Dave "Fuz-
zy" Fazekas trying to study in his favorite
place - the library Reference section. Bot-
tom right: Steve Craw and Allen Zink sing
with all their hearts at the Sound Effects
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the Golden Gavel Honor Society during the
Student Life Awards Banquet. Middle left:
Mary Ruiz and Brian Medaglia - all
dressed up no where to go, except the
Honors Banquet to pick up their awards.
Bottom left: Sherrie Samuels and Michelle
Gogan sport their Tri Sigma name, even on
Sherrie's cast. Above right: jeff King, ready
to swing into action during one of his tennis
Right: Chris Koch, caught on film
by his roommate Hank, enjoying
one of his favorite things. Below,
top left: Dave Courter hard at
work in the library. Bottom left:
Mort Nace waits happily for
fiancee Tammy Holloway to
finish her work in the gym. Right:
Dana Gillin jams with the Adrian
College band during a football
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Softball for the Theta Chis. Above: Cindy Swift takes a break from her job as
Advertising Manager for The College World. Below: Leti Delgado, jenny
Shroat, and lim Grissinger watch anxiously as their friends participate in the
2nd Annual Theta Chi Run for Alzheimer's Disease.
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pajama-clad Chi Omega sisters in
song at the Greek Week talent show.
Middle right: Molly O'Neill takes a
break from her studying to think
about summer vacation. Bottom
right: Darren McNaab and Rl Liva in-
tent on watching an afternoon
baseball game - or are they wat-
ching girls? Below: Not rain, sleet,
hail or even snow can keep Paul
Remick from going to class.
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an AC baseball game. Top right: Carol Morisy and
her teddy bear run for the Alpha Phis during the
Theta Chi Run for Alzheimer's disease. Left: jeff
Upton shows off for an empty campus. Below:
' nftl gi Kerry Erickson and Mark Diebold give themselves
'I " a workout during cross country practice.
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Moorehouse, Kerry Erickson. Middle: Steve Doolan, Hope Shaw, janet Crawford, Scott Machniak, Sharon Lane,
Anne Grieser, laqueline Kruse, Teri lohnston, Maragaret Towersey, Anne Majewski, Seana Monahan. Back: Brian
Medaglia, Mary Ruiz, Dave Malick, Vonda Marrow, Allen Zink, Lori Sheppard.
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Front Row: Loma Walthall,
Amy Leber, Morline Cook,
jeni Lecy, Beth Felske,
Michele Perkins, Charles
Schimdler, Denise Russette.
Second Row: jennifer
Abessinie, Terry Cates, Mary
Sanders, Wendy Williams,
Terria Stevenson, Teresa
Tores, Terri Shubnell, Michele
VanEtten, Carrie Poggali, Lisa
Hall. Third Row: Marie
Bradley, julie Gerber, Giovan-
na Thomas, Shelly Girard,
Laura Ward, jennifer
Williams, Donna Wolf, jac-
quelin Greend, Rene Gillian,
jill Burns, jennifer Ackerson,
Tina Hubbarb, Theresa
Sienko, Lisa Tamburdino,
Mine Karkaby, Mary Malpass,
Ann Tambornini, Celeste
Allen, Teresa Williams, Karla
Hassey, Amy Montogemery,
Pam Harvitt, Vonda Morrow.
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Front Row: Camille Aown,
Denise Gephart, Angela Whit-
taker, jackie Brail, Paula
Phillips, Sandra Wagner, Brian
Hoyson, Kristen Cregar, Lori
Neff. Second Row: Tom
Fralick, Tina Rupp, Kathy
Wrobel, Deb Stout, jodi
Skocelas, Kristen Michelson.
Third Row: Kevin Martin,
Steve Bebee, Dennis,
McShane, Scott Augustine,3
Tami Schenck, jennifer Cum-
mings, Sara Peterman, Christyi
Best, Maribea Barnes, Laurie
Robinson, Michelle Foster,l
Gayle Weaver, Stacey Nagy.
Back Row: Tobin Boyd, All
Cockerill, Bruce Pickens, Tom'
Mack, john Faulk, Tom Doty,
Brian Wright, Steve Small.
ront Row: Lauri
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Chapkin, Sue Fisher, Laurie Stribbell, james
Conyers. Second Row:
Mark Sundermann, Alan
Schwarz, Alice Mc-
Cauley, Tracy Robin-
son, Dave Erikson, Dan
Collins. Third Row:
Dave Holt, Pat O'Neill,
Anne Majewski, Kelly
Lange, Aaron Hunt,
Shane Pfannes, Randy
Front Row: Margaret
Towersey. Second Row:
Jacque Blissick, Bob
Gustas. Third Row:
Steve Taorimini, Barb
Miller, Kevin Russ, Leon
Ash. Fourth Row: Rhon-
da Thornton, Pam
Henry, Rhonda Ell-
ington, lodie McLean,
Barb Thorton, Matt Tip-
ton, Lori Brown. Fifth
Row: Dean Latour,
Mark Rickard, Kathleen
Harris, Stuart Hackney,
Mike Howe, Juanita
Best, Cindy Enyart. Sixth
Row: Dave Courtier,
Matt Mazurek, Phil
Witkowski, lim Webb,
Debbie Chyene, Steve
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Front Row: joanne Cox,
joanne Israel, john White,
Maribeth Archambeau, Kathy
Lowe, Kelly Macek, Beth Eg-
gleston. Middle Row: Cindy
Hampton, Al jakubowski, Lisa
Collins, Stephanie Frania,
Michele Dickleman, Brian
jones. Back Row: Todd Bone,
Brian Stolle, Craig Thompson,
Mark Diebold, Brad Double,
Keith Bloom, jim Deere.
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Roosa, Molly O'Neill, Daryl!
Amidon, Cora McKay. Mid-T
dle: juanita VanderGraaf,l
Byron Ammons, Therese
Nugent, jeff Fouch, Maureen,
Manion, Terri Keegstra, Dani
Moore, Maureen Lappa,1
Crystal Smith, Dan Backes, jill
Holthus, Patty Piniewski. Back
Row: Eric Hanson, Scott
Struab, Dave Malick, jerry
McLean, Bill Lincoln, Brent
Billock, Kurt Bizori, Mike
Dryhorst, Scott Gout.
First Row: Dave Dixon, Rob
Pierson, Bill Kralover, Dave
Berger. Second Row: Rozelle
White, Mike Harvitt, Trent
Fasnacht, Mark Tyler, Todd
Horner, Bill Brobek, Mike
Reed, Pat Crockett, Mike
Pyrahola, Clem Beckman.
Third Row: Brad Boyle, Tom
Valko, Marc Morgan, Steve
Benke, Bob Welton, Chad
Anechutz, Brian, Rob
Defendefer. Fourth Row: Tim
Bills, Brad Elder, Kelly, Bill
Hinges, Brad Gross, Tim
Yaroch, john Tureaud, Charlie
Left: The infamous Greek
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Front Row: Teri johnston, Melissa Emery, Ginger Shue, Melissa Misner, Dawn jones, Lori Koster, jody Sharrow,
Christina Brown, Lisa Gilmore, jean Gillespie. Middle Row: Marie Bradley, Merribeth Brillinger, Gretchen Anderson,
Denise Mumby, Dana Ziemer, jennifer Musser, Frances Blackmore, Michelle Kruse, Chris Chervo, Keli Spears, Angel
Briedemeier, Dawn Kowalski. Back Row: Heide Kruse, Bridgette Cheeseman, Kristine Pawley, Kim Bruce, Kristing
Hooper, Aimee Poissant, julie Donn, Gina Grandominico, jennifer Shroat, Susan Van Dusen, Lenore Roach.
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Above: "Chi Omega's Sew themselves together at the Bacchus Fracusf' Top left:
Chi Omega Pledges goofing off. Bottom left: "Lenore and Michelle pull jenny
through the snow at Baccus Fracusf' '
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Front Row: Penni Allen, jennifer Cummings, Kim Anderson, Dawn Staszak, Patti Brisse. Second
Row: jill Merrithew, Maribeth Archambeau, Maribeth Barnes, Anne Mayes, Martha Gonzalez,
Leti Degaldo, Duaner Falor, Heidi Klein, Brenda Kester. Third Row: Nancy Warburton, Carrie
Soja, Barb Miller, Kelly Stutz, Stacy Hardy, Lisa Crane, Edye Parker, Cindy Dowdy. Fourth Row:
Karen Cummings, Kim Braun, Tom Wigglesworth, Beth Hommell, Karen Kramer, Amy
Schumacher, R. j. Liva, Lisa Young, Alision Peregord. Fifth Row: joe Fettig, Stepahanie Zink,
Rick Swartz, Beth Rakow, Sandy Brisse, Marie Drake, Kathe LaTurneau, Tammi Shilling, Pat
Doss, Terri Traver.
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Front Row: Karla Flaim, Lisa Pinkerton. Middle Row: Lisa Hathaway, Sherri Samuels, Holly
Brown, Michelle Gogan, Amy Liebler, Back Row: Paula Hunt, Tammy Levan, Cheryl Carter
lonnel Briggs, Debbie Cheyne, Camille Anderson, jacquie Kruse.
Above: Becky and lacquie mentally prepare for the CROPVVaIk. Top left: Karla anc
Debbie sharing a laugh, Bottom left: Lisa-l isa write a song.
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Front Row Kim Matlin Laurie Stribbell Cheri Blevins lem Lecy Cindy Dyson, Kendell White, Tina Rupp. Row 2: Lisa
Frazzini Andrea Burleigh Yvonne Kelley Kathy Yakubesan Christine Halloran, Lauri Hopton, Catherine Leszyczyn-
ski Michele Maxwell Becci jake jennifer Ackerson Row 3 Gerri Chmiel, Desi Dolph, Dee Dee Herd, Dawn Riske,
Carol Morissy Diane Holt Barb Miller Melissa Wilcoxson Christine Painter, ludy Hunt, Nicole Montague, jill Yaroch.
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Upper left: Nicole coaches her teammate in the Dizzy Izzy contest during Greek
Week. Upper right: Greek Spirit is High! Bottom left: The Alpha-Phis celebrate
Christmas with their big brothers.
Phi Kappa Sigma
Front Row: Don Dakoske, Dave Hittler, jim Bellmer, R. j. Liva. Middle Row: Mark Merucci, joe Fettig, john Spinosl
Kyle Hoult. Last Row: Tony deMelo, Paul Hofmann, Al lngle, j. Horst, Bill Carter, jeff Phillips, Ed Koenigsknecht.
"RED" Lebrato. Bottom left: These Dudes are laid back.
Top right: Phi Kaps display their artistic talents. Top left: Phi Kaps macho man lol
Sigma Alpha Epsilon .
Front Row: Bob Mang, Al lakubowski, jeff Goodes.
thony Henry. Row 3: Spencer Sellas, Sean Cotter,
Row 2: Ryan Miller, Tom Davis, Todd Gentner, Steve Bollinger, An-
Rick Stafford, Scott Plzak, joe lenio, Chad VanSickle. Row 4: Dan
Hubbard, Brian Rex, Karl Hamilton, lack Clore, Glenn Burgess, Eric Hanson, Dave Kryz, Brent Kelley, john Conolly,
Dick Strong, jeff Antcliff, Mark Marguran, Rick Conolly.
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Tau Kappa Epsilon
Front Row: Matt Drake, Chris Howard, Rick Faust, Chris Broski. Second Row: lim Maxwell, Ed
Oliver, Phil Krauss, Tim Tilton, Mike Keys. Back Row: Scott Zucketerberg, Hamilton Hoover,
Shaun Williams, Brett Franzen, Rob Trimpe, Pat Toms, Scott Nichols.
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Broski sneaks in on his side. Above: Rick Leicht aims for a hole in one.
Theta Chi Zront Row: Paul Fletcher, Rob Defenderfer, Frank Vernarsky, jeff Haslow, Rich Swartz, Ken
Xldridge. Row 2: Mark Sunderman, Kevin Russ, Lincoln Brown. Row 3: Vince Crawford, Scott
Zuchler, Steve Troszak. Row 4: Chris Zachary, Scott Wilson, lim Carlson, Doug Miller, john
vtogk, Gary Urban, john Papas, Chris Tully, Paul Gogan, Bill Lucas, Steve Taoromino, Greg
Above: Theta Chis at Baccas Fracas. Top left: Watching Ohio State - Michigan foot
ball game. Bottom left: Pledges doing some work.
Upper left: Tim Bills interacts with both Greeks and Independents. Upper
right: The Tri-Sigs show their creative talent. Middle right: Friends sharing
together. Bottom right: The Phi-Kaps plottingtheir Greek week strategies.
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This year's Adrian College Football team finished with an over all record of 8-1. They finished 4-1 in the league and in
second place to Hope. This year's success can be attributed to hard work, dedication and fine leadership from Coach
Labadie. The Bulldogs had several players named all league. Defensive players named are Tony Krenezeluski and Bob Ur-
ban. Offensive players named include: Bob Mosson, Chris Davis, Robert Banks, and jim Dell.
Front Row tLeft to Rightj: Robert Urban, Tim
Doty, Rob Novy, Robert Banks, Bob Mosson,
Pat Pelham, Matt Santilli, jim johnston, Tim
Fralick, Dave Dixon, jeff Davis, jay VanBuren,
joe Bouwens, Todd Parshall, Wayne Roedel,
Second Row: Pete Schumacher, Dan Newman,
Rick Stafford, Scott Spohler, Al Cockerill, Kevin
Martin, Tony Krenselewski, john DeLeon, jim
Dell, Bruce Crosthwaite, Rob Liva, Kevin Fry,
Marty Mosson, Charlie Otlewski, Steve
Thallman, Paul Fletcher, Pat Ervin, Rich Grapp.
Third Row: Tim Coye, Steve Ledzianowski,
Brad Double, Michael Dalton, Matt Flower,
Charles Collins, Rich Ryan, Keith Bluhm, Bill
With help from his offensive line, QB
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Badour, Steve Reinke, john Wade, Kevin
Cassidy, Alan jakubowski, Gregg Knight, Chris
Davis, Pete Welter, Tom Valko, Bryan Merillat,
Greg Wasmer. Fourth Row: David Otis, Lance
Hunter, Billy johnson, Scott Turner, Dan
Drake, jim Deere, Mike Scott, Mike Reed, Ted
Polensky, joe jenio, jeff Upton, jeff Goodes,
jeff Gallagher, Tim McGhee, Scott Warner,
Fifth Row: Tom Bondy, Tim Kelty, Mark Tyler,
Layne VanStone, Paul Pomorski, Dave Florn,
Mike Cooney, Brian Flint, Chris Antonelli,
Bruce Pickens, Bob Welton, Steve Calhoun,
Brad Boyle, Mike Harvitt, George Ziegler, Nor-
man Potter, Matt Ross, Pierre Larche. Sixth
Row: Adam Bosek, Trent Fasnacht, Shane Pfan-
nes, jim Grissinger, Brad Gross, Nick Zambeck,
john Folk, Phil Wittkowski, Ricci Woodall, Paul
Duffy, Aaron Hunt, Rob Hanson, Chad
Anschuetz, Kelly McCrate, Brad Lynch.
Seventh Row: assistant offensive line coach
Mike Duffy, offensive line coach Harry Marok,
offensive coordinator Henry Mensing, head
coach Ron Labadie, defensive coordinator
Scott Pethtel, defensive line coach jim Lyall,
defensive back coach Mark Turnbull, assistant
linebacker coach Ron Pontious.
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strongest kicker in the league, Al Cockerill
boots the extra point. Top right: Paul Fletcher
man-handles his counterpart as Crosthwaite
spots his receiver. To the left: Robert Banks
turns on the speed as he beats the defense. Big
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Tech defender. Top left: Seniors fullback Tim Fralick uses the blocks of Greg
Wasmer 1723 and Mike Scott C67l on his way to a long run. Above left: Hard-running
Bill Badour maintains his balance during a torrential downpour and forges ahead for
a substantial gain. Above right: Nose Tackle Bob Urban almost gets airborne to
thwart an attempted pass by the Hope quarterback. Urban anchored the Bulldog
defensive line in 1986. Right: Crosthwaite lines up behind a supporting cast of Paul
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fine receivers. Above: running back Chris Davis tries to break tackle. On the
left: coach Labadie sends in the play with split end, jeff Upton only to have
Crosthvvaite call an audible, Below, the line leads the way for senior full back
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Dave Lubanski, jeff Chester, john Connolly, Coach Fritz. Front Row: Doug jarvis, Bill Drobek, Rick Connolly, Pat McManamay, jeff Nightengale, Terry
jackson, Frank McKevitt, Tony Gomez.
The Adrian soccer team was on a rebuilding
year. They had a lot of young players with not
much experience. The season was one of
learning and gaining of experience. Hopefully
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Right: Brad Restum looks for an open teammate. Below left: Mike Kuzniar
plays good defense, as he eyes the ball. Below right: Kyle Holt and Don
Treadwell warm up with some kicking drills. Far Below: Rick Connolly makes
a nifty move on his opponents.
Golf Team Swings Into Action
Far left: Mike Skuratovich shows his strong
form off the tee. Left: Kevin Reed watches his
ball in flight, after his picture-perfect swing.
The 1986 MIAA Golf Statistics
showed that Adrian finished 6th out
of 7 teams in the standings. Bad
weather played a major role all
season, as many matches were
postponed. However, there were
bright spots on the team. Kevin Reed
led the team with an 82.5 avg., while
freshman 1. Horst and senior Mike
Skuratovich finished with avg. scores
of 84.1 and 85.6 respectively.
Cross Countr . . .
Back Row CL to RJ: Dave Holt, Alan Schwartz, jenny Shroat, Brian Stolle, Dve Barger, james Conyers, Mark Diebold, Pat O'Neill. Front
Row: Coach Emsweller, Kerry Erickson, Mort Nace, Coach Solomon.
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Back Row KL to RJ: Coach Foust, Gerry Chmiel, Therese Nugent, Debbie Cooper, Kathy Steuwe, Ketha Fletcher, Kathy Smalley. Front Row: Tracy
McDonald, Lisa Droste, Sally Lou, Martha Gonzoles, Sue Higgins, Letty Delgado, Edye Parker.
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Bulldogs Come up Short:
The 1986-87 bulldog basketball team was tall on effort but
quite short in wins and size. With an average height of 5'11"
t6'5" the tallestl, this year's team managed an 11-13 overall
record, winning 5 out of 12 in the league: and out of the 13
losses the Dogs fell short by only 4 points or less.
The Bulldogs found themselves short of manpower when
Darryl Dittmer C6'7"l and Kenny Balmert l6'7"D who both let-
tered as freshman, didn't return to Adrian. Senior Bob Mang,
who scored over 1000 career points, decided to forfeit his last
season because of personal reasons, adding to Bulldog woes.
Although short of artillery, Coach Buck Riley armed his men
and prepared them for the fight. His dedication and deter-
mination was reflected in every contest when his team took
the court with pride and hustle.
It was a team effort led by Senior Co-Captain Dave Malick,
junior Co-Captain Mark White and Senior Dan Hubbard.
White led the team in scoring, assists and steals and also
blocked shots. Malick was second in scoring, 3rd in rebound-
ing, and first in 3 point fgofo. Hubbard led the team in re-
bounds and was an inspirational leader throughout the
season. Other starters include: junior Dave Kryz and freshman
Brent Kelly also contributed double figures. Coming off the
bench with outstanding hustle was freshman Chad VanSickle.
With 7 returning lettermen Coach Riley may have the mak-
ings of a winner for the 1987-88 season.
Above left: Senior Dave Malick jumps clear of his opponents and shoots one
in. Above right: Brent Kelly, T. C. Bonner, Tyrone leter, Charles Moore, Mark
White, Dan Hubbard, Dave Kryz, Dave Malick and Tom Valko proudly
display the trophy that the Bulldogs won after they defeated the Siena
Heights Saints 56-51. lphoto from The Daily Telegramj Right: Co-captain Mark
White jumps high to shoot for two.
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Top left: Dave Kryz eludes Albion's defense and powers up "Z," Top
center: T. C. Bonner hits a jumper from the line. Top right: Brent Kelly
puts on a clinic. Left: Dave Kryz underhands and reverses to put the
Dogs on top. Below: Tyrone leter steps around the defense and jams in
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The Lady Bulldogs started their season, under new head
coach Sharon Welsh-Falor, with a trip to the Muskegon
College Tournament where they played top-ranked teams
in the nation. Senior Mary Kraemer was chosen for the All-
Tournament team. Under Senior co-captains Mary Kraemer
and Tammy Holloway, the team had a successful season
ending by beating top-ranked and conference champion
Alma College. Senior Lori Vettes attained 1000 career
points and was chosen for the MIAA conference team and
most valuable player.
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in. Bottom right: Mary Kraemer wards off two defenders.
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good form on a baseline jumper.
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Brent Billock, Alan Schwartz. Front: Brian Reed, Terry jackson, Tom
DeYoung, james Conyers.
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Right: Brent Billock is ready to spring out of
his tuck with grace and finesse.
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Lisa Collins, MIAA first team, works hard against Alma. Above middle: Amy
Sparkman makes a bid for all conference in the freestyle. Directly above: Amy
Sparkman takes the lead in the backstroke vs. Hope. Below right: Terry
lackson takes a lonely lead in the MIAA conference meet.
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throughout the long season. Even though the regular
season was disappointing, the Bulldogs managed to finish
fifth in the league meet. With only one Senior on the team,
the future promises much fortune. Some bright spots of th
season were the efforts of Tom DeYoung and Terry lackso
who were both voted to the All Conference team.
The Women's Team also showed much promise, witi
the younger Bulldogs showing a lot of progress and poten-
tial. Lisa Collins and Amy Sparkman were named to the
All-MIAA first team for the second and third years
ow IL to Rj Mark Diebold james Conyers jim Deere Brian Stolle Pat O Neill Kerry Erickson Steven Craw. 2nd Row QL to Rj: Greg Wasner, David
Rob Hanson Charles Otlewski jeff Goodes Alan jakubowski Pete Welter 3rd Row CL to Rj Todd Bone, john Folk, Bob Welton, Brad Gross, john
Tim Luch Dougjarvis Top Row KL to Rj Coach Forest Haines Head Coach Scott Pethel Coach Ron Labadie.
Left: Brian Stolle shows good form during his
distance run. Far left: Charlie Otlewski is run-
ning for his life against Hope College.
This year's men's track team, led by
captains Kerry Erickson and Tim
Luch, was one filled with excitement
and achievement. Although their
record Q1 win, 4 lossesj was not too
successful, they made great strides in
accomplishing the goals they were
after. Top Achievers: Freshman Brad
Gross fTeam MVPj, outstanding in
the 400 and 200 yard sprints, Senior
Doug jarvis, high point getter in field
events fjavelinj, outstanding per-
formance from Freshman Pat O'Neill
in the 10,000 and 5000 meter runs.
Top Row: LouAnn lessup, Coach Scott Pethel, Carrie Conlogue. Middle Row: Katie Poniatowski, Martha Gonzales, Lenore Roach, Leti Delgado, Sue Hig-
gins. Bottom Row: Ketha Kerby,1enny Shroat, Laura Church, Kim Bruce, Becky Gerace. Not Pictured: Celeste Allen.
Right: LouAnn lessup attempts to clear one of her
record-breaking high jumps. Far right: Celeste
Allen shows her great form on one of her sprints.
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by captains jenny Shroat, Sue Higgins,
and LouAnn jessup, was a very promis-
ing one. Coach Pethel's main objective
was to improve the image of the pro- C
gram. He felt that this was achieved, and
is looking forward to next year.
The team's record Q1 win, 3 lossesl
stands as their best record. Top
achievers: LouAnn Jessup QMVPJQ Carrie
Conlogue set a record in the javelin
throw 015' 9"J, jenny Shroat and Sue
Higgins broke records in 5000 and 3000
meter runs, respectively.
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Top Row: Coach Gomola, K. Fry, M. Skuratovich, 1. DeLeon, S. Turner, 1. Dell, S. Hogenkamp, C. Power, Coach Duffy. Middle Row: S. Costanzo, D. Hester,
I. Bishop, M. Hug, S. Masters, S. Thallman, B. Brzustewicz, B. Brownell, N. Potter, D. Walzak. Front Row: B. Czapla, S. Straub, C. Rainey, A. Leone, R. Liva,l
Dorow, K. Williams, B. Rex, B. Wright.
The 1987 Bulldog Baseball Team was far better than their
record showed. Their overall record was 6-16, and 5-7 in
MIAA. If Adrian counted the games they lost by just one
run as wins, they would have gone to the National Playoffs.
But it didn't work that way, and it was another disap-
pointing season as far as wins and losses.
First year coach Mike Duffy, along with seniors Andy
Leone, Mike Skuratovich, and Scott Straub, provided strong
leadership throughout a season filled with frustrating
losses. Leone, after leading the league in hits in 1986, had
another strong year, and CMU transfer john DeLeon
stepped in and made major contributions.
Although a somewhat disappointing year, the 1988
season looks very promising, with the team losing only
Right: Kevin fry gets ready to deliver a wicked knuckleball. Below: Andy
Leone cocks his bat and gets ready to fire one up the middle.
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at a Bulldog practice.
Front Row: lodi McLean, Sheila Scott, Amy lo Wright, Carey Redding, Angie Whitaker. 2nd Row: Roxy Beck, Anne Grieser, Lorri Vettes, Kathy
Steuwe, Tammy Holloway, Mary Kraemer, Samantha Spicer. Back Row: Assistant Coach Mort Nace, Kathleen Harris, Missy Falor, Kelly Baker,
Dionne Walker, Tammy Schenck, Rachelle Hollister, Lynn Miotke, Andrea Lee, Coach Sharon Falor.
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Above: Coach Sharon Falor gives the team inspiration as tLeftJ Senior
Kathy Steuwe belts in another single.
The Adrian College Women's Softball team began the
1987 season with a slow start. The team was comprised of
11 freshmen, one sophomore, one junior, and seven
seniors. Even with their slow start, the team did well with
new head coach Sharon Falor, assistant coach Mort Nace,
and strong support from the Seniors.
The lady Dawgs finished the season strongly, with a 5-5
league record and a 12-8 overall record going into the
MIAA Tournament at Alma College. The team split their
wins and losses at the tournament, winning two and losing
Highlights from the season include: sweeping Spring Ar-
bor, and beating Calvin College franked 14th in the nationl,
giving the Calvin team their only league loss.
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Left to Right: Chris Tully, Wayne Pickett, Sam Chrome, Coach Mike Fritz, jeff King, Tom Collins, Mark Maguran.
This year, the Adrian College Men's Tennis Team put up a
valiant effort, but ended the season with a disappointing
record of 1-5. However, first-year coach Mike Fritz and
captain jeff King did lead the six-man team to a win over
Olivet College. After the tournament at Kalamazoo Col-
lege, the team came in at sixth place in the league, beating
Above left: Sam "Duva" Chrome shows his All-American form. Above
right: Mark Maguran ready to take on any opponent.
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:oach Brad Walsh, finished with a disappointing 1-5
ecord. However, the Lady Dawgs did beat Olivet College
n the MIAA match up this season. Beth Felske and jeni
.ecy were the team's number one and number two players,
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gets ready to return the serve.
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Beth Rameriz poses for camera. Dave Holt defies the law of gravity.
Dr. Donald Stanton
President of Adrian College
Mr. Robert Turek Dr. Daniel Berhing
V.P. and Dean of Student Affairs V.P. and Dean of Academic Affairs
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Mr. Bruce Landis Mr. Ronald Bleecker Mr. Michael Bohl Mr. Tom Oram
V.P. Development V.P. of Business Affairs Controller Purchasing
PYRAMID OF POWER
Adrian's BUSINESS department went
through some changes this year with
the loss of three of its professors. One
on sabbatical and two due to other
jobs. The new arrivals have proven to
be just as challenging though. One is
Mr. Guy locius fpictured abovej in
the Accounting Dept. Here he is seen
relaxing in his office between classes.
Another is David Cherian lnear rightl
as head of Adrian's newly added ln-
ternational Business curriculum. Also,
there is Paul Knollman in the group
shot above. Although Ben Stevenson
Cfar rightl has been around for years
he still has a flair for dressing.
Adrian's ART department is one of
the finest anywhere offering classes in
all aspects of art.
Mr. Norman Knutson, head of Adrian's Art Dept., gives a quick glance at
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Adrian's Business Department consists of Standing KL-Rl, Guy locius, Paul Knollman, Patrick
Quinlan, David Cherian, William Bachman, and Doris deLespinasse.
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Cassino also in the Art Department.
In the Biology Dept. we have QL-RJ, Dr. K. S. Xavier, Dr. james Leslie, Dr.
Craig Weatherby, and Dr. Robert Husband.
Some of Adrian's Computer Science faculty are KL-RJ, Dr. joseph Noffs-
inger, Ms. judy Tsai, and Dr. VandenBoss.
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perience on the computer.
Adrian's Chemistry Dept. consists of QL-Rjp Dr. Deborah Otis, Dr. Robert
Miller, and Dr. Ross Latham, Willard Craft not pictured.
Earth Science students, Tobin Boyd, Barbra Waldron, and Michelle Harris,
check out some rock samples.
The Sciences are very important here
at Adrian College and the faculty in
. this department convey that to
students taking these courses. They
are both interesting and very
challenging to students. Computers
are also very important in today's
world. Adrian college is always get-
ting more terminals and has recently
opened a Micro Computer Lab, open
to students. Also, its faculty members
are in greater number than the 3
juniors Geoff Westphal and Karen Rigg check
out the Micro Computer Lab.
English Dept. faculty are lL-RJ, Donald Kleinsmith, jeffry Berry, Carol Duane, Richard Koch, Beth
Romano, Albert Misseldine, james Borland and Robert Ploegstra.
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Weeks, Dr. Michael McGrath, and Dr. Roger Fechner.
Dr. james Borland, head of Adrian's English
Looks like a cold stare to me, right Dr.
Dr. Roger Fechner is always keeping up date in
the world arena.
Adrian's Math Dept. consists of QL-RJ, Dr. Eugene VandenBoss, Dr. Ray Hembree, Mansour Ahmed,
and Dr. Margaret Marchand. Missing is Ms. Bosio.
Adrian's Lanaguage Dept. consists of ttop L-RJ, Shirley Pipes, AnnaMarie Weathers, Paul
deLespinasse, Dragon Long, Ronald Elardo and sitting are Siham Chalhaub, Beverly Smith, and Dr.
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Dr. Marchand is considered one of the hardesi
in the Math department.
Adrian's Math, Modern Language,
and Physics are considered to include
some of the hardest classes around.
When you consider the quality of the
faculty in those Curriculums, you will
get out of it as much as you put into
it. These classes aren't easy and they
are very challenging to those who go
into these fields.
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for a class of students.
A.C. offers very good programs in
music and physical education, with
majors and minors in both. Some P.E.
classes are tennis, golf, aerobics,
water safety instruction, lifesaving,
badminton, and fencing. The Music
Dept. offers a good selection of
classes also. falthough not pictured
due to developing problemsl
Adrian's Psychology Department of-
fers interesting classes such as learn-
ing theory, abnormal psychology, and
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Adrian's Athletic Department consists of QL-RJ, Buck Riley, Paul McDonald, Mrs. Nancy Walsh,
Patrick Duffy, and Scott Pethel. fMissing is Ron Labadie.l
The Psychology Department consists of CL-RJ, Dr. Gordon Hammerle, Dr. Henry Cetola, Dr. ludith
Hammerle, and Dr. Thomas Nelson.
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The Religion Dept. consists of Top CL-RJ, Dr. Fritz Detwiler, Dr. George
Aichele, Dr. DeMerchant Blanchard, Dr. jerry Stewardson, and students.
Bottom: Mark Bowden and Kord Kozma.
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Adrian's Speech Dept.
"Do I really have to check all these papers,"
says Dr. Sheri Bleam tSpeechJ.
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of Dr. Scu
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Marilyn Howell, and Ali-Akbar Mahdi,
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lievin Wood, Associate Dean of Student Affairs, checks his agenda book
o see what's next.
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STUDE T AFFAIRS
Lori Neff and Tim Bills take time out to go check a bulldogs football game,
and chat a little.
ff' s, . Who keeps the students in line at
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turn to when they need help or just
Q .- ' assistance? The answer to these ques-
tions and many more is "Student Af-
fairs." These are the people who are
trained to help out a student when
s hefshe needs it.
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Secretary Becky Welsh
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Admissions Staff includes Top lL Rl Barbara Smith-Cunningham, Carolyn Decker, Debra Spann, Mar- Kathy Studnicka shows that even if you '
cy Ford Philip Krauss Bottom lL Rl Susan jordan, Alexander Torres and Gina Mellow. around, the work can still be done.
In Financial Aid are lL RJ Douglas L Boyse, Sheryl Burke, Carol Miller, and
ln the Registrar s office are lL RJ jackie Hill, Richard Carpenter, Lois Hill,
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ln the Business office are lL-RJ, Mary Leinaar, Kathy Studnicka, Dee
and Vicki Beebe.
The Career Center Staff includes, Top KL-Rl Gretchen Lovett, Sai
Reimers, Ann Paullin, Shirley Pipes. Bot. lL-Rl Chris Riffe, MaryAr
Hillard, and leanne Fraker.
Mickey Phelps, Adrian's keeper of the keys is
in charge ofthe Dept. of Safety.
Intramural Director Patrick Duffy is new this
year and did a very good job.
In the Library are lL-Rl, Margie Dennis, james Dodd, Arleen Arndt, Velma june, MaryEllen Armen-
trout, Becky Martinez, and Carol Legenc.
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A little meditation during a picture helps, says
Brother Bob jackson.
Adrian College Chaplain Rev. jon Powers is
always willing to help out.
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Adrian's Alumni office consists of CL-Rl, Ann Forrister, Susan Speer-Powers, and Virginia Zink. They
keep up Adrian's Alumni relations.
MaryEllen Armentrout is always keeping up to
Ritchie Dining Hall Management IL-Rl Larry Vanvalkenburg,
Oram, MaryAnn Lorenzen, and Pat Dister.
In Goldsmith Health Center we have QL-R55 lanet VanBuren, Diane Ke-
nyon, Kathryn Mead KRNJ, Judi Vollers, Director.
L-R: Tim Bills, Advisor to Greek Affairs, Dee Wolf, Secretary, Linda
Harvey, Rush Union Director, and Lori Neff, R.D. larvis Hall.
Kim Zylstra, Sue Convery, Shannon
of a snack.
Patsy Boss lLeftJ and Sue Convery check out
last year's yearbook.
Our ladies in the Snack Bar work hard to help the students when in need
In the Bookstore we have lL-Rl, Nancy Weatherby, and loAnn lSusiel
BEHI D THE SCENES AT A.C.
Behind the Scenes here at Adrian
College we have a number of people,
for example the Plant Dept.,
secretaries, housekeepers, and
others. They are the ones who keep
things working in the right way to
make the college appear such as it is.
Some of the things that the plant
department does are taking care of
the grounds of the college,
maintenance of its buildings,
emergencies when they arise, and
many other duties. Bob Adams is the
person in charge of Plant and he is
assisted bylim Brown.
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Brown tLeftl and Bob Adams fkightl.
Floyd Young, also of Plant, takes a little break.
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Mills, Mark Leonard, Kevin Leonard.
Maurice Potts is in charge of the Central Stores
of Adrian College.
Perry Brower is Adrian College's mailman, seen
here at larvis Hall.
Ridge Gymnasium secretaries Pat VanSickle lLeftl and Gloria Miller lkightl
help out the Athletic Department.
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The secretaries and housekeepers
here at Adrian College help keep
things both clean and organized.
They do a wide variety of jobs that if
not done properly would probably
cause turmoil and would make the
college look bad. Good job!
Grace McCaskey is one of the Peele Hall
secretary helping out in the lower level.
Nancy jenkins is the other Peele Hall secretaries helping out those on the The housekeepers of jones Hall, tLeft - Florence Townsendj, and Peele
main floor and second level. Hall, tRight - Norma Krusel, do their part.
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Brother Bob jackson, Director of the Newman Center, is aiding students Tim Luch, Molly O'Neill, and
Cathy jones CLeftl in Pizza Sale.
lon Powers is always more than willing to give a helping hand.
Vice-Pres. and Dean of Student Affairs Dr.
Berhing gives a speech.
Here at Adrian even the faculty take
time to get involved in Campus ac-
tivities. Whether it be BACCHUE
Fracas or Fall Convocation, they are
there. The Faculty and Administration
at Adrian College always try to meel
the needs of the students. Adrian's
faculty members are always willing tc
help their students, even out of class,
and they are very responsive to the
Apologies go to the Education, Earth
Science, Family Arts and Science, and
Music Departments for lack of photos
due to developing problems.
Pi Benio, Dr. Berhing, and Dr. Berry have fun at BACCHUS Fracas.
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Drake, Marie 22, 111
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Knight, Gregory 50
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Lane, Sharon 26
Lang, Mark 51
Lang, Russ 92
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Larche, Pierre 120
LaTour, Dean 59, 107
Laturneau, Katherine 26, 111
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Lubanski, David 51
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MacDonald, Tracy 40, 44, 132
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Machniak, Scott 26, 78
Mack, Thomas 51, 90, 106,
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Madis, Lisa 60, 130, 131
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Malick, David 26, 66, 70, 133, 108
Malicki, Melinda 51 , 88
Malpass, Mary 106
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Marfori, Dondi 60
Marrow, Vonda 26, 106
Martin, Kevin 120, 39
Martine, Noelle 52
Massimino, Tia 60
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Maxell, jody 130
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Maxwell, Michele 41, 113
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McCauley, Alice 27, 107, 95
McCoy, Darlene 40, 41
McCrate, Kelly 60, 120
McDonald, Nicole 60, 91
McGhee, Mario 52, 120
McGuire, Cheryl 52, 90
McKay, Cora 60, 85, 108
McKevitt, Frank 124, 41 , 94
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McLean, james 60, 108, 94
McLean, jodie 60, 107, 146
McManamay, Robert 60, 124
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McNaughton, Patti 52, 84
McNeil, ChrisAnne 60
McShane, Dennis 60, 106
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Mendel, Colette 90
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Merillat, Bryan 52, 120
Merithew, jill 52, 111
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Meyer, Donna 27, 72
Michelson, Kristin 60, 106
Midds, jason 52
Mielke, Tracy 60
Mikulak, Dawn 41
Barbara S2 60 107, 113, 11
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Miller, Charlotte 41 , 87
Miller, Douglas 60, 117
Miller, Kenneth 60
Miller, Laraine 93
Miller, Ryan 52, 115, 133
Miotke, Lynn 60, 146
Misner, Melissa 60, 110
Misseldine, james 88
Mitchell, Anthony 45, 60
Mitchell, joyce 27, 72, 93, 92, 94
Moceri, Paula 52
Mogk, john 41,117, 77
Monahan, Seana 85, 27, 89, 76, 95
Montague, Catherine 41 , 44, 113
Montgomery, Amy 61 , 106
Moore, Charles 24, 90, 133
Moore, Danny 61, 108, 94
Moore, Scott 60, 61 , 89, 72
Moran, Sheila 52
Morehouse, Michael 27, 96
Morelli, Marie 61 , 85
Moret, Steven 27
Morisy, Carol 41, 91, 72,113
Moser, Lucinda 61
Mosley, Patricia 61
Mosson, Martin 36, 120, 41
Mosson, Robert 120, 122
Mowry, Melanie 149
Mudge, Randy 27, 33, 90, 107, 91
Mumby, Denise 27,110
Murray, Nancy 61
Musser, jennifer 41, 110, 90
Myers, Karen 61
Nabozny, Theresa 28, 88
Nace, Ill, Morton 41, 128, 146
Nagy, Stacey 85, 92
Nail, Leslie 93
Nelson, Kristine 73, 92
Ng, Angela 61
Nicastri, jeanette 39, 52, 61 , 94
Nichols, Scott 41 , 116
Niemi, Richard 52, 127
Nightengale, jeffrey 52
Niner, Marian 61
Norris, Devon 52
Norton, Laura 52
Novy, Robert 28
Nowak, Eugene 91
Nugent, Therese 28, 132, 76, 108
O'Neill, Molly 39,41,85, 108,95
O'Neill, Patrick 61,107, 128, 141
Olancini, David 61
Oliver, Edward 24, 41 , 42, 84, 116, 92
Ong, Chan 61 , 84
Otlewski, Charles 41 , 42, 120, 141
Oporieo, Richard 61
Paguio, Michael 52
Painter, Christine 41, 42, 72, 113
Papas, jr., john 41, 42, 55, 117
Parker, Edith 132, 111
Parshall, james 44, 46
Parshall, Michelle 52
Parshall, Todd 88, 120
Patrick, Gwendolyn 61
Paul, Diane 28, 75, 89, 90, 78
Paulson, james 61
Paulson, Wendy 61, 139
Pawley, Kristina 61, 110
Pearcy, Kathy 61
Pelham, Pat 19, 120
Peniatueski, Katie 52
Peregord, Allison 41, 42, 111
Perez, Michael 41 , 42
Perkins, Michelle 61, 106
Peruski, Lyla 61
Peterham, Sarah 61, 106
Pfannes, Shane 61, 107, 120
Pfiefer, Rebecca 41, 42
Phillips, jeffrey 55
Phillips, Paula 52, 106
Phillips, Sherrie 52, 89
Pickens, Bruce 106
Pickett, Wayne 61
Pierson, Robert 109
Pietrzak, David 24
Pigg, Dawn 44, 130, 131, 138
Pigg, Marchelle 130
Piniewski, Patricia 52, 92, 108
Pinkerton, Lisa 52, 114
Plzak, Scott 42, 115
Poggiali, Carrie 61
Poissant, Aimee 52, 110
Pomorski, Paul 61, 120
Poniatowski, Kathleen 142, 94
Potter, jr., Morton 61
Potter, jr., Norman 61, 64, 120, 143
Potts, Tom 52
Powell, Sonya 61
Powell, Tonya 61
Power, Charles 61, 143
Prajzner, Larry 42
Price, Scott 42
Pugh, jr., William 61
Pyorala, Michael 52, 109
Quist, Martha 52
Rainey, Craig 52, 143
Rains, Michael 61
Rakow, Elizabeth 25, 28, 88, 97, 111
Ramirez, Elizabeth 42, 45, 85
Raymond, Kirk 52, 94
Redding, Carey 61, 130, 146
Reed, Brian 61, 124, 139
Reed, Kevin 52, 127
Reed, Michael 61, 120, 109
Reinke, Stephen 52, 120
Remick, Paul 33
Remley, Stuart 24
Rendel, David 61
Restum, Brad 52, 126
Reuter, Robert 28
Rex, Brian 52, 115,143, 145
Richardson, jr., Robert
Rickard, Mark 52, 107, 94
Rieger, Robin 91
Rigg, Karen 55, 90, 96
Riske, Dawn 42, 88, 113
Ritter, Susan 28
Roach, Lenore 52, 1 10, 142
Roberts, David 52, 91 , 97
Robertson, Cheryl 42, 84
Robinson, Laurei 61
Robinson, Sharon 43, 139, 140
Robinson, Tracy 29, 107
Roedel, Wayne 29, 43, 120
Roesch, Lisa 61
Rogers, Kristine 43
Roosa, Robin 52, 108
Rose, Brenda 52
Ross, Matthew 61
Rubin, Ronna 52, 94
Ruhmann, Brentreck 61
Ruiz, Mary 29, 33, 66, 88
Ruiz, Robert 43, 85, 90, 127
Rupp, Tina 61, 106, 91, 113
Russ, Kevin 55, 61, 107, 117, 92
Russell, Steven 52
Russette, Denise 57, 106
Ryan, Richard 88, 120
Sadowitz, Shanna 87
Samuels, Sherri 114
Santilli, Matthew 120
Saunders, Mary 52, 106
Saxton, Michael 61
Sayler, Kelly 61
Scheirer, Elizabeth 52
Schenck, Tamara 61 , 146
Scheuher, joel 61
Schindler, Charlene 61, 106
Schnabele, Rebecca 61, 106
Schryer, Todd 61
Schue, Virginia 39, 43, 110
Schultz, Kenneth 61
Schumacher, jr., Peter 120
Schumaker, Amy 43, 91, 111
Schwarz, Alan 52, 107, 114, 128 139
Scott, Michael 52, 120, 122
Scott, Sheila 146
Seager, jodi 43
Seebeck, Melody 43
Seidler, Elizabeth 43
Sellas, Spencer 20, 115
Semos, Brian 61 , 84, 92
Serra, Michael 43, 88
Setser, jr., Donald 61
Shadrick, jill 61
Sharpe, Victoria 52
Sharrow, jody 52, 110
Shaw, Coleen 93
Shaw, Kathleen 43, 85, 88
Sheehan, jeffrey 29, 87
Sheppard, Lorinda 29, 88, 97
Shields, Heather 43
Shilling, Tambria 25, 29, 88, 111
Shove, Diann 29
Shroat, jennifer 50, 52, 110, 128 142
Shubnell, Terry 61
Sickels, Wendy 52
Sienko, Theresa 61
Rozelle 54, 109
Skocelas, jodi 61, 106
Skuratovich, Michael 127, 143, 145
Sluschewski, Veronica 52
Small, Stephen 44, 51, 52,106
Smalley, Kathy 29, 132
Smedley, Robert 78
Smith Beverly 85
Smith, Crystal 61 , 108
Smith, Farrand 61
Smith, Maria 61, 85
Smith, Maxwell 43
Smith, Michael 52
Smith Pamela 61
Smith, Tina 43
Smith, Yvonne 52
Smithy, Tina 43
Soja, Carrie 54, 111
Sparkman, Amy 43, 90, 139, 140
Spears, Keli 43, 110
Specht, Vicky 43, 88
Spicer, Samantha 24, 29, 88, 90, 136, 146
Spicer, Scott 54
Spierling, Amy 61
Spies, julie 87
Spinosi, john 55,61
Spohler, Scott 43, 120
Stacho, Thomas 54
Stafford, Richard 43, 115
Staggs, Catherine 61
Stankiewicz, Kevin 61
Stark, Kenneth 43
Stasak, Dawn 61, 111
Stec, Roxann 54
Stemen, Michele 61
Steuwe, Kathleen 24, 30, 33, 132, 146, 147
Stevenson, Terria 61 , 106
Stewart, Gerald 43, 92
Stolle, Brian 54, 128, 141
Stone, Eric 43, 88, 106, 71, 92, 97
Stout, Deborah 61
Straub, Scott 30, 143, 108
Stribell, Laura 43, 107, 113, 94
Strong, Richard 61, 115
Snitz, Kelly 43, 111
Summerford, L. Sue
Thorne, Barbara 54
Thornton, Ronda 61, 107, 90, 149
Till, Paul 93, 94
Tilton, Timothy 61 , 116
Tipton, Mathew 107
Tipton, Melanie 43, 92
Toms, Patrick 1 16, 54, 92
Torres, Theresa 61 , 106
Tousley, Philip 54, 91, 96
Towersey, Margaret 19, 30, 33, 90, 117, 89, 92
Townsend, Vivien 30, 90, 96
Tozer, Steven 31, 107, 91
Traver, Teresa 25, 31, 70, 1 1 1
Trazzini, Linda 61
Treadwell, Donald 124, 126, 72
Trimpe, Robert 54, 116
Trinidad, Misael 84
Troszak, Steven 43, 54, 55, 117, 96
Tully, Christopher 43, 117
Tureaud, johnny 54, 109, 94
Turner, Scott 61, 141
Tyler, Marc 61, 120, 109
Upton, jeffery 54, 107, 120, 122, 123
Urban, Gary 41, 43, 55, 88,117
Urban, Robert 54, 120
Valko, Thomas 61,120,121,109,133
Van Agen, Henry 25, 31 , 87, 88, 76
Van Sickle, Chad 61, 115
VanBuren, jerald 87, 120, 79
Vander Graaf, jaunita 54, 108
Vanderpool, Karen 54
VanDusen, Susan 50, 54, 110, 94
VanEtten, Michelle 54
VanStone, Layne 63, 120
Vayko, Lawrence 31
Velasquez, Carmen 43
Velasquez, Elena 31
Vernarsky, Frank 31, 55, 117
Vernier, Rex 43
Vettes, Loretta 136, 137, 146
Victor, jolene 43, 96
Vierling, Gloria 93
Visser, Lynette 54, 90
Updike, jeanine 91
Weatherly, Glenn 54, 94
Weaver, Gayle 43, 106
Webb, james 43, 107, 91
Webster, Amy 63
Weeks, Susan 54
Weiss, jon 54
Wells, Clay 44, 90
welter, Peter 54, 120, 122, 141
Welton, Robert 63, 109, 141
Westphal, Geoffrey 44, 55, 90
Whitaker, Angela 63, 106, 146
White, john 42, 44, 84, 78
Kendall 60, 63, 69, 72, 113
White, Mark 44, 133
Wicks, john 63
Wigglesworth, Thomas 54, 111
Wilcoxson, Melissa 63, 113
Williams, Glenden 32
Williams, Gloria 63
, jennifer 63, 106
, Keith 44, 143
, Shawn 63, 116
, Therese 106
, Wendy 63, 106, 91
on, Irving 44, 90
seen 55, 63, 117
Wilson, Teresa 63
ski, Philip 63, 107, 120
Wolf, Donna 63, 106
Wolff, Elisa 32, 88
Wolfrum, Scott 54
Woodall, Eric 63, 120
Woodfin, Daphane 63, 139
Wright, Amy 54, 146
Wright, Bryan 63, 106, 143
Wrobel, Kathlene 63, 106
Yakubesan, Kathleen 32, 113
Yaroch, jill 44, 113
Sundermann, Mark 61 , 107, 117, 69, 92
Suriano, Scott 54, 64
Swanson, Ronald 43
Swartz, Rick 25, 30, 33, 117,111
Swift, Cynthia 30, 72
swihan, Cheryl 30, 91, 85
Switchulis, Gregory 26
Talarek, Randall 54, 81
Tallman, Scott 30, 90
Tambornini, Ann 61, 106
Tambornini, Gina 43
Tamburino, Lisa 61, 106, 130
Taormina, Steven 54, 55, 107, 117, 91
Taylor, Michelle 54
Tellis, Valencia 61
Thallman, Steve 36, 46, 54, 88, 143
Thomas, javonna 61, 106
Thompson, Cindy 54
Thompson, Craig 54, 94
Thompson, Liesl 54, 96
Vrbensky, Robert 54
Wade, john 54, 120, 141
Wagner, james 106, 91
Walczak, Dennis 54, 143
Waldron, Barbara 31
Walker, Dionne 63, 136, 146, 147
Wallace, Gregory 63, 117
Walterhouse, Bruce 63
Walters, Sheila 43
Walthall, Lorna 63, 106
Walton, Elizabeth 63, 139
Warburton, Nancy 54, 111
Ward, Laura 63, 106
Warkoczeski, Suzanne 44
Warner, Anne 31
Warner, Eric 63
Warner, Kathleen 63
Warner, Scott 63
Wasmer, Gregory 54, 107, 120, 122, 141
Yaroch, john 56, 63, 109
Young, Lisa 44, 87, 90, 111
Young, Monica 44
Young, Sheila 54
Young, Tracy 44
Zachary, Christopher 44, 117, 90
Zambeck, Nicholas 120
Zarate, Marian 32
Ziegler, George 63, 120
Ziemer, Dana 32, 66, 75, 110
zink, Allen 32, 70, 75, 90, 79
Zink, Stephanie 32, 90, 111
Zmeda, Timothy 63
Zuckerberg, Scott 44, 116, 92
Zurcher, Sandra 54
Before you begin to fault this yearbook for the errors or misspelled names it is
sure to contain, take a moment to remember the hard work and dedication the
staff took to put The Mound together. We want you to appreciate this yearbook
for what it is, a book full of memories from 1986 and 1987 to treasure and
remember for years to come.
,Special thanks to: PUBLICITY OFFICE, ERIC STONE, IEANNETTE LEAHY. I would also like to thank each and every per-
son who worked on the Mound staff this year. You all did a commendable job! Thanks especially to the Clubs and
Organizations Staff. You worked especially hard to finish your pages, even though you ran into so many frustrations that it
seemed almost impossible. Thanks.for all the hard work everyone.
Kathy Shaw, Editor
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