Alliant International University - Tracks Yearbook (San Diego, CA)

 - Class of 1970

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w ' : £Si- - ' !lS !i «.... « j; ' ,Tg» T,;y?: - . p , ' ' ' ,.. ' A : -- - --v ■ «y • ;; ; = - ■- «,; « - r i cpc i, «r . li ' T i ' T " 4 - ,i. ' RNATTq ' BDMO TRACKS 1970 USIU ELLIOn CAMPUS Mr. Robert Shannon— Dean of Students Dr. Robert Topp— Provost y sm y - INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT Mrs. Graham Mr. Turner Dr. MacCalla 1 J • P . ■ ,.,.., J nC ' ■■ ' ■ ' ■■■i ' --. Wm " ' J Ji n f m ' ■ m The Institute for Educational Management is organized as an affiliated arm of the Graduate School of Leadership and Human Behaviour at United States International University. The purpose of the Institute is to undertake research and development tasks in coopration with and for school districts, colleges, universities and related educational agencies in the educational management and planning fields. The Institute is designed to provide the vehicle for direct field experi- ence in the training program for selected school and college administrators who are pursuing doctoral studies in the Graduate School of Leadership and Human Behaviour. The Institute plans the individual research and develop- ment project with the school or college and selects personnel from within USIU, other institutions of higher education or from the general field of education to apply their special knowledge to problem solving for the project. Graduate students in educational administration may be invited to participate in ongoing projects being carried out by the Institute to enlarge their experience and to assist in applying theoretical models to live educational problems. The Institute will offer a limited number of graduate fellowships Mrs. Cardenas in educational administration. ADMINISTRATION Dr. Whitten June Hall Kathy Noe Mr. Sims Mrs. Moore Mrs. Anderson Mrs. Thornburg r Mrs. Rhoades Dr. Papageorge Mrs. VanNoy Mrs. DuBois Susie VanDuzer 10 Dr. Rehwoldt .4 Dr. Grant Mrs. Meigel Mrs. Morion (Charlie the nurse) ' 11 Dr. Burt I ' i Vicky Warren Candy Brent Mary Jo Chatten 12 Dr. Robert F. Topp— Provost It is an inspiring experience to witness the transition of an idea into reality, and even a greater thrill to be part of the process. As the Elliott Campus of United States International University evolves and the reali- zation of buildings, books, places, and people in the form of our students and faculty becomes real before our eyes, we who are participants can be thankful for the oppor- tunity of being part of the process. Quite soon added buildings, faculty, courses and students will enrich further campus life. But Elliott will never become a crowded, impersonal place to study, for that is part of the idea; many small campuses located strategically about the globe with San Diego the stateside center. Already our students are taking advantage of our over- seas campuses and the day will come soon when all students will be given the oppor- tunity to study in some other country where U.S.I.U. maintains a campus. Perhaps next year our first graduates will leave this campus or continue in one of our doctoral programs, but soon the name of Elliott Campus, United States International University, will be associated with our people who contribute to the welfare of the nation and whose lives are better for the education they received here. It is our firm intention and great hope that students who study here will be better people and live richer lives and serve society more effectivly for having been students on the Elliott Campus. But we wish also to have the daily experience of living and learning prove to be a warm, helpful experience to all who participate; students, faculty and administrators. Studying, learning, and working together we can cause each day to become a microcosm of the " good life " itself. ' Rf ' Off 13 " I have miles to go and promises to keep " " For sure— half the school busted— real bad " Beet ' s beats the bulge There ' s more to drama than a pretty face 14 15 Mr. Robert Shannon Dean of Students I appreciate the supporl and cooperation of the student body in making this year an exciting and profitable one. Although several of our ambitions and needs have not been fulfilled, the basic objectives of a fine aca- demic year have been reward enough for many. Several individual needs could not be supported by our office because they conflict with the philosophy of the University. It is my hope that the objective for aca- demic excellence will continue to be tf primary concern in University life. U jC . 16 ELLIOTT STUDENTS 17 ELLIOn UNDERGRADUATES Brooke Backman Marg ' ret Bacot Jim Abram James Balestrieri Craig Ashby Laurie Bard Art Barrett Rebecca Baumgarten Peter Bearor John Benecke 18 .,J Bob Berger BBk I I 1 j 3 I HHB .yM ■ ■ f jIL ■1. r Susan Betker J Clayton Blackburn Patricia Blakney Don Bolte Karen Bouzek Craig Bingham Mother Betker and Family 19 George Callanan Pat Casey Richard Cassidy 20 Merri Cavanah Connie Chandler Mike Chase Glen Christensen John Christy 16k ' ■■ § pi H ' 11 " L 1 1 Alan Coker John Conlon Chris Coulson Dave Covey Shirley Cox Rick Davies 21 John Dependahl Christi Dic k Robin Dougall Don Drake Rick Dressier Ken Drummond Mike Eisimore Ed English Bill Faherty Dan Farley Walt Farmer 22 Wayne Felton Dee Ferguson Steve Fine Cliff Francisco Nancy Frazen Jerry Frempter Good-bye Steve Cramming for finals again So what ' s so private? Chuck Garrett Richard French Terri Galloway Dayle Gary Richard Fuller Cathy Garfield Myles Gentzkow H|N» Inj 1 L 9 i Linda Gillette Genette Glass 24 Rick Goldsmith Rudy Gonzales Bill Goodian Stuart Hauck 25 Laurie Herzfeld Mike Hogan Just another " Elliott " Happening IVIicky Hoover iJ Ann Hornback Kris Hougb Ron Jacovini 26 Doug Johnson John Johnston Harry Johnston Eric Jones Margy Katz Chuck Keefe Drew Lesse Bruce Leonard Jim Leonard Robin Leonarc f= ' ; ti . vBSBfl Ik ( Chak Sang Luk 27 Another roaring Friday night Dana MacKay Eliz Malkind Chris i Aartin Dave McAninch Gail Manning Clem Mayes James McCarthy w MJtp M y 0m Six j | ■ m Wl I i Bob McKenzie Dana Messenger 28 H 1 ■i Ir Mike Meyer Birch Miles Karen Mills 29 Bill Noble Mari Oliphant Nanci Nulle Bill Ong Rob Nye Erik Oursiand H : K? III E ' S H HA " t i ■H l r N J i:. II Linda Pablos Susie Parks John Patterson Jeff Peelor 30 Debbie Peterman 1 Ht.y- ' v ' , . j H H| I H Rich Powell Sit-down orgy 14 Chris Puskarits Linda Reitz Charles Rogers Frank Rogers B ' m v. M " ' - • 1 1 J Hyde Romano 31 Jerome Roullard John Ross Bruce Sansone 32 Lori Santos Gary Shannon Barbara Siden Karl Schenke Christine Schott Bob Scott " Why not . . . me for president? " Jeff Stensgard 33 " The Hands Have It " Doug Storm Akio Takagawa Warren Titus " One Foggy Night . . . " Susan Todd IVIike Tomeriin 34 Jim Tonkin Lorna Transfiguracion Marcia Trax Sandy Turner Chris Ullman Chris Van Cleave Tricia Vaughan Bob Veyter lit. if ' t J Fred Vogel Chris Walker Bill Wahl 35 Charles Watkins Blain Watson iP a . ■ :■:, U. .■.■.ixiii. Bobbie Watson If we all meditate we ' ll find a solution Susan Weitz Gary Well Wendy .Wessel James Wheatley 36 Rita Yen Shannon Zeloff Boyds first legal visit. Jill Abion Gladys Adams Susan Allmon Hubert Allred Ed Anchordogoy Ann Austin John Bailey Kim Bellairs Gary Bench Chetta Bowers Mary Briggs Bob Brown Manuel Bryand Bob Buck Sheri Byrum Richard Cunningham John Daley Randy Davis Carmen Day Michelle De Corte Merry Doherty Kimo Dowsett Sara Dutcher John Dyer Corky Elliott Tom Fahrle Tod Firotto Malcolm Fletcher Bob Flint Debi Floyd Bob Fuller John Garabedian Jeff Ginsberg Andre Gomez STUDENTS NOT PICTURED Sharon Griffiths John Harwell Lloyd Hill Jean Holbrook lames Holt Dennis Hopewell John Ingleheart Dean Keller Sherlene Ketchum Ed Kinsey Mike Klose John Kolowich Dana Kuhnke Jay Lamb Sandra Landstead Darryl Lasater Pam Lasher Mary Lattimore Tim Lee Henry Leighton Maxine Lim OIlie Locke Peter Logan Richard McClain Craig McCoy Nanci McElfresh Larry McPhie Steve Madson Henry Manriquez Jill Marx Marianne Matranga Rita Meyer Robin Neilson Charles Newport Margaret Nivison Pat Norin John Petrini Richard Post Bob Pullman Jerilyn Reider Eric Richardson Scott Rickey Margaret Rimler Pat Rollins Rick Romig Mary Rosa Jerome Rosa Nancy Rubenstein Jay Saldana Barry Schneider Peter Spees Norma Steward Frank Szalay Debbie Thomas Sue Ann Thompson Howard Turrentine Sue Tyler Tom linger Gary Unrue Hilary Valdez Cindy Vedder Louis Vener Bob Vetter Jeff Vincelett Clayton Vogt Mary Walker Kerry Wellman Pat Wise 38 SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS Alan Ames Denise Abbott Linda Andrus SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS James Boles Annette Cameron Carol Campbell 40 Hi Clarence Carl Dorothy Cooley Jim Daughton Charley Davidson 41 Katherine Deaver A . ¥ Vincent DiPablo Kerry Duse Nancy Eckles Brad Feitush Karen Flathers 42 Judy Gameral Susan Geary Riley Grannon Michael Hall Susan Hamilton Stephanie Harker Nicky Harvey Pat Haun Gregg Hill Hugh Hudson Lindsey Hume Anne King 43 Lee Knight Felix Lachapelle Jeremy Lees Ron Lewis James IMcHugii Don lUlcLeod . I Judy IViaddox Dave Mal(er IViarti Maniates Paul Marvel 44 Greg Matelson Susan Mitchell Patricia Muir Eva Newcomer Nancy Ogle Rick Pfleeger Glen Reis 45 Marilyn Sanders Linda San Filippo Linda Robertson Nola Roeper Carol Sattenspiel Federico Silva Mark Siniawski 46 Richard Sneed Kim Staunch Bruce Steakiey James Sullivan Robina Swol Dinah Tourtellot Milinda Wakefield 47 John Wiltshire Janice Weiss Marit Wenzel Marion Wood 48 DEDICATION This yearbook is respectfully dedicated to Mr. Robert C. Brown whose invaluable patience, understanding and sincere concern for the students has been greatfully appreciated throughout the year. Being the first yearbook of Elliott Campus, we also acknowledge the traditions established by students, teach- ers, and the support of the cafeteria supervisor Don Landers, who have offered their time and concern through- out the two years of Elliott. The yearbook staff wishes to show their appreciation and hops this book will serve to carry fond memories for those hopes this book will serve to carry fond memories for those who are leaving. 49 Anne Armatis Cheryl Armiento Cindy Avila Lynn Barbhart Connie Bogan l Aark Boli Gerald Boughan George Brighton Doug Buser Duane Buss Glen Campbell Priscilla Carmen George Carroll Diana Clanin Alice Connolly Dorinda Corbin Glenn Daniels Charles Davis Lloyd Davis Charlyn Dowling Diana Durnell Jane Eckhoff Alice Foresgreen S.P.A. STUDENTS NOT PICTURED Frances Gifford Shari Glasband Kent Gordon Rosette Graboi Sue Granger Joseph Grannan Sara Henning Melanie Hicks Ed Horten Steven Howell Jean Hudson Mary Huppert Cathy Inselberg Mary Johnston Arpaad Joo Wilhelmina Judd Paula Kennedy Sonia Lazarus Mario Luna James McHugh Don McLeod Janet Mitchell Robin Murphy Alleen Nollman Constance Payne Michael Perlitch James Price John Raczka Walt Ritter Charles Robertson Charles Rogers Alice Rorvik Billy Ross Emily Rumsey Gilbert Savage Marilee Sennett Brigitte Sitte Pat Sperling Blake Torney Ed Trafford Bob Trotter Kathy Vogt Deborah Walsh Wendy White Selene Witte 50 FACULTY 51 Mrs. Comett Dr. Selinger 52 Dr. Magnuson Dr. LaViolette Dr. Cordtz Mrs. Drew Mr. Bonoma Dr. Stratopolous Mr. Canedo Dr. Meade Dr. Nims 54 Dr. Banta sj: Dr. Rigsby Mr. Ortell 55 Coach Balvin Dr. Madhavon Dr. Skinner Coach Beets 56 Miss Larason Marge Tygett S. P. A. FACULTY Elaine Thomas Dr. Thomas Price Dr. Gerald Lloyd Ronald Arden Joseph Gyetvay Glen A. Block Nancy Levinson Asaad Kelada Barbara Raby Patric Dolan Mary McKenzie Donald Hyder Dr. Mary Phillips Dr. Walter Teutsch Jakob Gimpel Dennis G. Turner 60 f. NON-ACADEMIC STAFF 61 CAMPUS POLICE Bernie Still Narciso Leggs Jr. Danny Degracia 62 MAINTENANCE 63 George Nunn (Mailman) Ned Darby (Bookstore) Narciso Leggs 64 65 LIBRARY STAFF Dr. Wierer Ann McQuade Mr. Goonan Mrs. Pitts Mr. Fraser Mr. Metzger CAFETERIA Gladys Erwin Miquel Quiroga Eriene Hibdon Don Lander— Supervisor Alice Dibbern 67 Lupe Zerr Narcicius Mahael Frank McKinney Jose Plata Richard Wins 68 ORGANIZATIONS 69 FALL STUDENT GOVERNMENT Walt Farmer President Henry Manriquez Treasurer Neila Gould Secretary Si .: ' n L ,$dHnHH|r Mm " ' ■II F i li E_ K iJ H H H w Rudy Gonzales Representative Randy Davis Vice President Walt Farmer Student Body President 70 !«• ■;« " :?» " ' . Dan Farley President WINTER-SPRING STUDENT GOVERNMENT Frank White Representative Cathy Garfield Secretary Lynn Weiss Treasurer Paul Stephens Vice President Marcy Trax Spring Treasurer Hyde Romano Spring Secretary WOMEN ' S RESIDENT ASSISTANTS Brooke Backman Jo Weber Amy Rodney Carol Visser Lori Santos Jana Glenn Susie Mitchell Head Residents Carol Visser Tom Gilligan MEN ' S RESIDENT ASSISTANTS Clarence Carl Don Weber Charles Keefe Tom Gilligan Steve Wilde Ken Visser Jack Tierney 72 Dorm Counsel Carolyn Fowler Pat Casey Susie Parks Carol Visser Jana Glen Amy Rodney GiGI Neveson Women ' s Dorm Men ' s Dorm Clayton Blackburn Jonathan Luk 73 SPORTS ;i 3=.- 74 ™- -T -- - ' ' ■•■■■jyair ' si! Mickey Hoover Bill Noble Coach Beets John Conlon Karl Shenke Linda Pablos Gail Manning Brooke Backman Boyd Stacker— 4th in the nation for triple jump. Lois Krauss NEWSPAPER STAFF Henry Manriquez Jeff Smith Neiia Gould Nancy Frazen Jim Spilman Wayne Felton Jim McCarthy Mr. Azarmi Gordon Kringle Christy Dicit Paul Stephens Glen Christenson Ruth Sogg 78 Jim Tonkin xJh mfM HflK s " " 15 W Lm i B Wa Ici HnM r 1 Wayne- Felton Assistant Editor Brooite Backman Editor YEARBOOK STAFF Art Barrett Fall Editor Bob Sparks Managing Photographer 79 I Henry Manriquez Lay-out Co-Chairman Kevin Mongan Advertising Jim Spiliman Captions Jim Tonkin Captions Myles Gentziiow, Corliy Elliott Joe Tremblay Jim Leonard Assistant Photographer Michael Chase Photographer Susan Betker Layouts Narciso Leggs Paul Silverman Photographer Dave Brown Photographer Smile and make sparks , p-1 1 1 1 1 W 1 % ■ -m 1 — : Kathy Moore Layouts Jim Rodriguez Layouts Eddie English Akio Takagawa Art Staff 4 ' " . . . Little did I know the work I was to do, or the love I had to show. " — Donovan Chuck Rogers Art Manager ■l -. JL f Nanci Nulle Lay-out Manager Blain Watson Layouts ii. . I . 1 I ACTIVITIES 83 These imported cigars sure smoite sio-o-o-w —Easy Rider— CANDIDS Spring Quarter Straight Arrow? Nothing iiiie lager milk for a nightcap! Boyd Stacker— Bill Noble Lincoln High School R.O.T.C. W % ' BLACK AWARENESS WEEK Lincoln High School fancy drill team Pat Blakney Frank Lee White W|r " Black Awareness Week Soul Dance " The Mixed Breed ' The " Us " program Connie Bogan— Shirley Cox 86 Mon. Panel Discussion Tues. Speaker Robert Guthrie BSU Wed. Sou! Food— " Us " program Thurs. Drill Team— R.O.T.C. Fri. " Soul Dance " m Girls Farewell Party— Winter Quarter Spring has arrived— leaving behind fond friendships and memories. " A Marriage Proposal " John Dependahl, Liz IVIalkind, Birch iVIiles " Ladies of the IVIop " Pat Blakney Shirley Cox Ruth Sogg Chris Hough " Sorry, Wrong Number ' " A Still Alarm " John Dependahl Jerome Roullard John Benecke Paul Van Slyke Wayne Felton Lori Santos 88 " Blithe Spirit " Wayne Felton Ruth Sogg Ann Hornback Gennette Glass Lorna Transfiguracion Jeff Smith " The Lady ' s Not For Burning " Laurie Baru Chris Hough Liz Malkind Jerome Roullard Nancy Frazen Wayne Felton Jim Tonkin Ruth Sogg Jim Spilman I ' M- k: Dr. Ted Skinner Director of Plays PEACE OF WHAT (1) 91 i MM You can take this Apple and ! Hm RIGHT ONI ' 93 .«k -y ISk. Groovin ' on a Sunday afternoon FREE CONCERT ON THE GRASS ' . ' The Wheatstone Bridge " 95 CONFRONTATION WEEK 1970 Upon returning to Elliott campus after Spring Vacation, the stu- dents encountered a restricting revision of rules regarding dorm life. The intensity of student reac- tion was felt throug iout the cam- pus, culminating when the stu- dent body, through their student government, requested a convo- cation of students and school ad- ministration. On Wednesday, classes were can- celled and students, faculty, and administration gathered in the Lecture Hall to debate topics of conflict. The convocation was opened with an introductory ad- dress by student body President, Dan Farley, and an explanatory speech by student body Vice President, Paul Stephan, who then introduced Dean Robert Shannon. The convocation con- cluded with a discussion between administration and students. On Thursday, a compromising set of dorm regulations was submitted by the Shudent Council and ac- cepted by the administration. This confrontation was exemplary of continuing student administra- tion respect and cooperation. 96 DALEY CORPORATION -J i 1 jw ' l.m h ,.. .. .|H(i(PWw « K 1 ] % j MSkii 4 Jf |F P ' i i t S ■ •■ . - - l , ' ■ ' . 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