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1 .aw :L -X gg.,- QYWM '55, s.J 11- ' W 8,1 ,....,,, , f , Wm. 4.11.1-..-51-ff-" P+ 1 The 1957 Warbler Editor .....,.. Associate Editor. . Managing Editor. Business Manager .... Sports Editors. . . Copy Editor. . . Picture Editor .... Feature Editor. . . Photographers. . . Coffee Editor .... Advisor ..... Page Two . . . .Jim Garner . . .Norman Catt ...J. W. Oglesby . . . .Ben White . . .Larry Gordon Ron Kitchen . . .Clare Roeslein Carol Hoedebecke . . . .Carolyn Merz . .Oglesby, White . . .Mrs. F. Palmer Dr. Francis Palmer This is Eastern 1956-57 as seen through the eye of the Warbler camera-and the theme is you. We have attempted to por- tray this college as it appears to its 1900 students every day, without adding any unnecessary frills. We tried to look beyond the bricks and steel and depict the school as a group of individuals striving for a common goal. The Warbler l 9 7 Published by the Students of Eastern Illinois State College Charleston, Illinois College ...... Organizations ..... Around the Campus, . . Sports Classes . . Index . . . ..3 .. 41 .. 89 ....lO7 ..,l-49 ...l95 Page Three Welcome, Mr. President Quincy Douclna, former Dean of Administration at Wiscon- sin State College, Stevens Point, became Ecistern's third president lost fall, succeed- ing Robert G. Buzzard, who retired cxfter 23 yecurs as Eostern's president. President Quincy Doudna During the first year that one is presi- dent of a college, his life is filled with a great variety of "firsts." There is the first assembly, the first faculty meeting, the first board meeting, the first budget, the first football game, the first home- coming, and even the first cup of coffee in the cafeteria. His life is filled with big challenges and, on occasion, with little annoyances. Fortunately, at Eastern this year the challenges have been many and the annoyances few. And now, as the year ends, comes my first expression of good wishes to a graduating class. May your lives, too, be filled with the biggest of challenges, and may your years at Eastern have con- tributed much that will help you meet them. QUINCY DOUDNA v , qimgi wit, W, ' We 3, A Ki ft 31197755 9 ' iswgfs, ,,,r. semi. ef, I -- wart N4-f-EES me , W-, ,Ji ..,,. Msg,-:fs wife First Glimpse ' ,N President and Mrs. Doudna At Home on First Street '-s.-- . Vt-A lah- 43231: The Camera Catches in.-1.f-, V "X-. -lf .V --:ASX vu - Page Six .1 J fl n h -V . , 3 5 - . . n . 1 t'Jv.1, V' 1. Qu' .4'.' . .- Q .' .:'i"f, , fy ' . - ' 'z'.-vigg,-fb" 5' . if ' :, V,-"K: hi, ' .Q - n :---- .,. v'- - 4- . ' Lviayl 4 . Ye .U ff ...-3 -s - .W .. . 1" '1. 'A '. XF' .-. -za -W, -Q . , ' " ' A 'A 15 D n 4 ' " . V, 2 . , .m,'. .Q . ,' , 'A YQ.. . 15, . . V 2. ., A.. Q . wa' ' A ' A R? ' I .4 A ,gt 1 . 'qu . , -1 '- ' ' 's - f. Lk: . - :,. 7,1 ,g.-,"r-gs . .1 - .- .-A 1 -5- ,. f' H -1'-' "-1 , 'K' yT"':,f,'a:. - . 1- . -515,7 'L ' ' A-I 's , I -151,2 ' - "' ' 'lf . 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P- ay... 1 Q xl 1 1 1 ,r , . . V ,. 'J' 'Z I ' 1, Q. i'L ,'-, 'N .A 'Q an s -I ' 1 9 -P E 1.90 y, 'Q'-1 , .1- '.1' 111 Qi' 1,-. ,1- u I :Hn I .,. .vi 4 U 4 31' JC. 0 0,- E f . . I uv I I Ein N ti 55? iw" J College would be all right if it weren't for those eight ,sg o'clock classes. ., P113 Q . fill fi,TiI -, , - -.-. . W gg? .4 We Li' 'Q X :l, X? "JW " 12 '1- f,fW' ' ' f2p',r,- I Q v V 1 Mio.-It lglfyuyjnlg W Coffee breaks-world problems solved and tonight's date discussed in ten short minutes. Just enough time for a well-rounded breakfast of black coffee at the Campus before heading to class. Q ici fl----4, t l - V Vee, 5 15-Fl X - xii em, .. 1,52 'A - . f V 1 .2 1 4-arg - N . ,4 7 Ns W 3-,Q Page Eight This is Eastern 1956157 Crowded hallways, hallowed we might add, make the ten minute break between classes seem much shorter than it should be. This is Eastern 7956-57. The girl happens to be Gail Flenner, but she might be any student matriculating at Eastern. She does not, neces- sarily, represent the typical student, rather we chose Gail because we felt she represented the more active student. The scenes depicted in this story take this student through an average day in her life, and, at the same time, show a great deal of the average day at Eastern. Page Nine ...J Whaf could be more nervewracking r lu a n W ,N X X :E fhe flrsf s p e e c h in ' agvii ' ' Speech 345? Espe- -1 cially when you for- gof fo oufline. E L A .N fab 'MQQAQ Nm H E A' 2 'Ml l l , ,J :ur l A ' f"" l n angel Nl I l.ll ,lf . ,fx l ' gf ld bc Q f, - L cll - , ' "' . . lr ' 'Z-Eggirlg, It Takes a Lot of Work . . . Bond pracfice fakes fime and much Back fo Pem Hall and fhe gals fo work every week of fhe year. talk over the morning's work. Page Tm M- -5, 1 1 158 EES' TJ Q? , .V j Q' ,sir .Q 5 Q A ,S .l 121 M :rw - X " 1 x .-, 1 me I 'f I 1 ..... Q L T' , . YW fi. - :H , , ,, .. - 55? , , - HX ' 3 'H' . -K, 'A 01 fx - " Q u 'X , , J - ffzlir 'Z-1.3, z4"52u1 " 3'-:ff QL S- . J , ' 'G-" 1" Z ' :J it J J 0 x 'ffm f"li7"' fx, A 5. If Two hours of study for one hour of class! After the Study Time . . . v. 3 R E, X ' i Sorority meetings cmd things pick up cr bit Once or twice a week during winter quarter, basketball games are the top attraction. Page Twelve I in - - 'A-.-. , Q., ff Jf Safurdays are fhe days for forgetting the books and faking life easy ai the college lake. ,use Liz 2 - ul . Come Hours of Relaxation - '-'- . ,R 1 In the fall the hours of band practice pay Saturday nigh? and the big dale usually of? during halftimes of the football games. is cr dance of some sorf. 3511! -fi.. !v..4 , I , 1 . .M ml I. J- Y V- , t.'1 V - .,,f.z- f' ' I MH' ' f ' . 55, Page Thirteen And so, goodnight .I-, , , w W JNJU- , ww w 1 ' 5 M I 1 X gill. ini X B 1 un 1, 'v QF Q as ge- Dr. Tingley Dr. Wood Dr. Glenn Seymour Department Heod Social Science Dr. Coleman Dr. Alter Mr. Sterling Dr. Synclergoord Dr. Plath Dr. Armstrong Przyc Si.1'tveu xx'4'!"1' Sf' ., Dr. Martin Dr. Albert Brown Department Head Geography Dr. Macintosh Dr. Kiang Page .S'ezlenteen Dr. S. Smllh Dr. Waddell Dr. Glenn Lefler Department Head Physics Dr. Sparks P 1 Llqltve .i 7-T'- W Dr. Steele Dr. Marcy Dr. Foreman Dr. Harris Phipps Department Head Chemistry chemistry classroom Dr. R. Smith, Dr. Boker Page N i n eteeu Dr. Fritfs, Dr. Thui' Page Twenty 1 Miss Marks Dr. Domcmn Dr. Ernest Stover Department Head Botany Botany classroom X I ,.z, 'ez N fp, ,Q .-53,322 id!! ,., mv Dr. Durham Dr. Peierkcx o,I ! - . Dr. Walter Scruggs Department Head Zoology , ,, ,J ru.- cmd Mrs. Kniskern i :Arms X ,Eg .yt Fkllhgg Dr. Rcnwls Dr. Ccvins Dr. Reigel Dr. Ferguson Page Twenty-one WL ww' '1,.-aw? A Wifi Dr. and Mrs. Gclbbard Dr. Thurman Dr. Glenn Ross Department Head Speech Dr. swuy, of. Hopkins Page Twezzty-two rag Dr. Ekeberg Dr. Rommel Dr. Cline Dr. Mather Dr. Eugene WaFfle Department Head English Dr. Wharton Dr. Brooks Dr. Cox Dr, Kelly Dr. Palmer Dr. Stevenson Dr- Kline Page Twenty-ilzrzw Portrait of 2, Dr. Ringenberg's book Dr. VcmDevenfer, Dr. Davis Javi Dr. Lawrence Ringenberg Department Head Mathematics Miss Christian, Mr. Marker Page TwcntyAfaur I r X Dr. Giffin Dr. Dickerson Dr. James Thompson Deparfmenf Head Business Dr. Fagan Mr. Holly Mr. Barrett, Mr. Cambridge, Mr. Hughes ff- f-,ff ,..-gf-fi., xgwiffig . 'EF ' 4, , 2 ,f 352 9 I KZ " -'mg' r 'M-5-Jw Page Twenty-five Dr. Kevin Guincgh Department Head Dr, Mme, Foreign Language Dr. DeSoto, Dr. Miess Page Twef tg .ru f Eff P Mass Ekstrand Dr. Eberhclrdt ,sqr --A Dr. Roscoe Schaupp Department Head Miss Scott Miss Smock Library Mrs. McKenna MiSS CGVI' Mr. Allen Miss Lee Page Tu'euty+sc'ue1L 1 .r"' x , lf' "'k X I WV L 154, 'Q 1 - M V4 K, Page Twenty-eiglxlt Mr. Dorling Dr. Carey Dr. John Mosley Depcurlmenl Head Mr. K. Smith Mr. Pinther lVlen's Physical Education Dr. O'Brien Mr. Elmore Mr. VcunHorn Dr. Groves l71'- l , Miss Haight Miss Denham Dr. Florence McAfee Department Head Miss Dclves Miss Hart VVomen's Physical Education Miss Slripp Miss Bally Dr. Harold Ccvins, Department Heodg Mrs. Ryle, Dr. Riebe l sixty is .r n I 0, 4-. Health Education Dr. Fowler Dr. Sonderman Dr. Waller Klehm Department Head lnclustrial Arts Dr. Landis, Mr. Roy Mr. Irwin, Dr. Emof, Mr. Throll Page Thirty Q.-'11 Dr. Sadie Morris Department Head Home Economics 53- i ih' Miss Kilpatrick, Miss Devinney Miss Prince, Miss Houghton Home Management House Page Tliirty-om Dr. Lelpholz Dr. Trank Dr. Calvin Countryman Department Head Art Page Tl1irty-two Mr. Knoop Dr. Shull, Miss Krutzcx Tq"'1 .1-I., fa, , ,- W ' vu 1 Dr. Leo Dvorak Department Head Music 'rx ,Nr 1 Miss Smith, Dr. Hummer Dr. Boyd, Dr. Westcott Dr. Pernecky, Mr. Allard Tl' L V Page Tl1.i1'ty-three -A E., H59 N ' ' ' ' mage I x em v z 1 use ,vw K if 1 h TFTZIQJ, A ' mu . 3 x Q ,Q - we X 1-f,.. 1 , as f, ,f, fs ag 4. 3 'iw if? 45 Page Thirty-four Dr. Heise Dr. Mafzner Dr. Olsen Dr. Emma Reinhardt Department Head Dr. Garner Dr. Grclclo Education Dr. Edwards . McKenna Dr. Moler, Dr. Friedhoff Training School-Front row, Carr, Stripp, Tate, Michael, Hanson, Arnold, Cox, Morgan, Hunter, Page, Ziegler. Second row, Hyett Hefter, McAfee, Bland, Morris, Robertson, Merigis, Ray, Page, Gabbard, Miess, Price, Gurholt, Blackfford, Reid. Training School and Coordinators Coordinators-Front row, Miller, Bally, Kilpatrick, Marks, Beck, Poos, Zeigel. Second row, Robertson, Knoop, Sterling, Guinagh, Hoffman, Ray. rr 41 Page Thirty-fiz'e Hflces. .. DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH Dr. Gerharf Malzner SPEECH AND HEARING CLINIC Dr. Wayne Thurman DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS Dr. Ned Schrom AUDIO-VISUAL DIRECTOR Dr. Verne Sfockman DIRECTOR OF EXTENSION DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES VETERANS SERVICES Dr. Bryan Heise Dr. William Yardley Dr. William Miner l-Lg Pagz Thirty-si.v flflces TEACHER PLACEMENT Dr. William Zeigel READING CLINIC Dr. Donald Moler, J. HEALTH SERVICE Miss Blond, Miss Thompson Dr. Jerry Heath TEXTBOOK LIBRARY Mr. Henry Arnold, D Ward D. Corey BUSINESS OFFICE Mr. Raymond Gregg Mr. Gerald Green DEAN OF WOMEN Dr. Elizabeth K. Lawson Page Tlzirty-eight DEAN OF INSTRUCTION Dr. Hobart Heller DEAN OF STUDENTS Dr. Rudolph Anflnson ky, .Am , wm- if :sh Sim 1 Organized 1eg Q 2 Ii x Y .,-..,.,,..,- ' f i nr 11 -1- 'WWA al Q35 E? .4" 124, 11 fel 1. 1 1.1.1 4 11 1 1 5192. 111 4 11 1 11 1' 1 4 -11- 13- .1 . 11 1 1 1 1 M1 1 1 .1 1 11.1 I Q1 . 1 1 1 Q 1 QQ 1 . 1, J. ' L.. .1 25. 1111 X H 1 ..N .1 551 W .ig Q zz. in ...E ...asf 111 Mg 1 1F14 11 11 A1135 r . 1.1 'QE' 1 Q 11151 1 SW1 1 U1 1 1 51 8 5 1 11: 4. ,111 31. 1 11 1 11 5 4 1 Page F ortytzvo Delta Zeta House 848 Sixth Street Delta Zeta Madam Chairman, I make a motion that we merge. With whom? Well, the next door bunch is pretty con- venient, let's ask them. Well, how handy. You say your organization has iust been disbanded, nationally. Come onna' our house, come on. Of course, you realize that whatever is ours is ours, and whatever is yours is ours. Just bring the house and come on. We'll have a ball. So what if the price on Delta Sigma pins drops on the market. We're a corporation now! OFFICERS: Front-Lisak, Galloway Renfro, Knowles, Frew, Hutchcraft Back row-Greathouse, Stephens Woods, Roeslein, Baker, Wright Drake, Krueger, Goodrich. - 'r' -. aff., .N Q ' 'Jh,'Qpi 'lf Ps -,- Front-VanTassel, Petrokovitch Hughes, Thacker, Ammann, Mc- Cann, Puyear, Allen, Sassarossi, Kirk. Second-Owens, Williams, Richards, Timmons, Drake, Arthur, Schnick Dunham, Wilson, Hill, Reinbold. Third-Cuppy, Gray, Hoedebecke, Ohlsen, Paris, M. Meyer, Morgan, Gudaskas, S. Meyer, Mueller, Bridges, Climer. Front-Bone, Rumold, Berry, Spitale, Storm, Potter, Brewington, Rothe, Frattura. Second-Kenny, Lisak, Frew, Hor- tenstine, Guyer, Wright, Great- house, Wodtke, Ball, Renfro. Third-Baltzell, Spittler, Roellig, Baker, Lyons, Timmons, Stoller, Gilbert, Goodwin, Jett, Meloy, Wheeler. Front-Cordero, Richardson, Hill, Cowger, Knowles, Stephens, Greenwell, Taylor, Krueger. Second-Deitz, Roeslein, Cummins, Stevenson, Wamsley, Hunt, Win- ters, Ticknor, Dooley, Banks, Cole- man, Hutch craft, Morrison. Third-Woods, Goodrich, Romack, Galloway, Pool, Marshall, Pfaff, Norris, Herman, Aclmire, Christ- Def. Page Fo1'ty-three Page F arty-four Tri Sig House 1102 Sixth Street Sigma. Sigma Sigma Now, girls, we hope you realize that this college life can be diHicult unless you are able to make the right contacts. We also realize that tremendous pressure is being exerted upon you from the other sororities, pressure, we might add, that is sometimes difficult to repulse. Our group has to fight the same pressure. The newness of some groups, the numbers of others, and the money from both are almost insurmountable, however, we believe we have successfully overcome these difficulties in securing the right pledges. You see, girls, we give Green Stamps! OFFICERS Front Prast Esker Bline Second Gregory Seaman Barnett Front-Baker, Wagner, Alexander, Bline, Utter, Schuetze. Second-Norman, Lewis, Copeland, Cwinske, Lipscomb, Mailloux, Humphres, Krueger. Third-Wolff, Rimshas, Barnett, Meurlot, Dennis, Kenny, Gibbs, Murphy, Lindley, Hodgson. Tri Sigs sponsored their annual Mistletoe Frolic lust before Christmas vacation. an f' ,,.. it 55 , C. I3 Front-Oakley, Daubs, Pauley, EI- kins, Johnson, Hester. Second-C. J. Gregory, Williams, Williamson, Hahn, Nix, Prast, Hamma, Costello, Albers. Third-Peterka, Esker, Dowis, Tor' torello, Braden, Riley, Seaman, Flenner, Ricchiardi, C. S. Greg- ory, Griffin. .ki t Page Forty-five l s :H lift- ' l M 'f 'lr l' ?'t .f f . 55? ' fi g --- ' 'A V1 1, . gtagugi n V 44, g f V t OFFICERS Front Moomaw Mom V is ' N 'A ff r" rf-, fl gomery, Baker Second White l :Q Y V' g Y. 4 QT g- 'p il Hinton, Rodgers his , " l ' - " EM, e ff "I w ill il' l ygicsj: if Q 'IF' 1 lx -- . . 1 ' I f ' f . . ,X A g"'i"'i'Si 3 Sigma Kappa Let's appoint a committee. What shall we call it? O.K., from this moment on you lreferring to the new committeel will be known as the Committee to Investigate the Possi- bilities of Making the Eastern State News Stop Referring to Our Organization as Kappa Sigma Kappa in Order that Girls Will Stop Calling this House for Dates on Sadie Hawkins Dance Nights. Resolved, that this com- mittee be put into etifect at once. Passed. Any other business? Yes, we have some mail that needs discussing. What is it? An ad from Cavins and Bayles on the newest tuxedo fashions for spring. X x C7 . at Y Pi fr, ", ," XAK Y E . X. NM, . A , 5 fx X X Doris Johns represented the sorority on the Rovul Court at Homecoming. vt- f ts 34144 fr -.-.- w..W-Q N ivan.:-I7 A.. W 4 . , ,,, N ' W -at ie 5.1 51 pg Front-Beals, M. White, Huff, Truitt, Moomow, R. White. Second-Longnecker, Rodgers, May- croft, Johns, Schmidt, Baker. Third-Hinton, Doehring, Nuxoll, Bieber, Montgomery, Egley. UL : ., Q ,. f-U?" 'ri V - x XA,-. '41'f? 'r. Rita Montgomery took the place of honor on the Sigma Koppo's Homecoming float. Page Forty-:even l Sidwell. Sigma. Pi Men, we've got a problem! Mr. Treasurer, will you give the financial statement? Yes, sir. For the semi-annual, fiscal year, sub-quarterly, bi-weekly era, iust ending Tuesday, it shows right here that we have been spending entirely too much money on paint remover. lf that rock doesn't stop getting painted, we're ruined! Very well, Mr. Treasurer. Any suggestions from the floor? Yes, let's bring it in and use it as a foot-warmer in the dormitory and be done with it. Motion passed. OFFICERS Front Vail Groothlus Second Moutray Berchert Conley lil.. .. Front-Landes, M ul l i n s , Cheffer, Lass, Blair, Larimer, Moutray. Second-Barry, Lape, Harpster Moncel, Hamilton, Berchert, Ash- worth, Huffer. Third-limp, Marsh, Brown, Martin Murphy, Caton, Bratton, Foltz. 1 Front-Ulmer, Vail, Ryan, Harvey, Boyd, Groothius, Cochran. Second-A. Thompson, Brummit, Nugent, VanDyke, York, Conley, Dye, Lesh, Owens. Third-Pippen, Sidwell, Waldron, B. Thompson, Shaffer, Sager, Hardy, Solomon, Shoulders. Hi The fraternity held a Christmas party for underprivileged children. Page Forty-nine Sigma Tau Gamma House Page F ifty 865 Seventh Street Sigma Tau Gamma September, October-the tension mounts-November, December-it's almost unbearable-January, February, whoops! lt finally happened. Three loyal members made the Dean's carpet. Our fling at fame met an end. For once it was calculated that not one Sig Tau was going to make that long iourney down the carpet. Oh, well, all good things must end. The record has been established, anyway. Six months should stand up for a few years. Pin a star on the door. OFFICERS: Front-Milholland, Laub, Herron, Second-West, Fisher, Lundstrom. 1' ll x T Ill? il. l Fronf-McCullers, Gonzales, Craw- ford, Dailey, Greeson, Muchmore, Mansholf, Newman, Krueger. Second-Shaelfer, E. Wolf, Mor- ford, Stewart, Edgar, Fisher, Edg- ington, Freeland, Purcell. 2 Third-Turner, Herron, Milholland, i Bruce, Hearn, Kies, Magsamen, l Dr. Sparks, Marshall. Fronl-Yeargain, Williams, Jenkins Becker, Pasini, Granquist, Lund slrom, Huffman, Jones, Harring ton. Second--Laub, Harder, Davis, But lon, Anderson, Rexroat, Neibch Brauer, Schoening. Third-Dr. Tingley, West, Hastings Schueize, Keiser, Sarver, Coari ney, Leonard. ' l l ' I Sig Tau onlookers cheer Chico on to victory in a card game. Page Fifty-one 'i Phi Sigma Epsilon House Page Fifty-two 1509 Second Street Phi Sigma Epsilon No, Mr. Police Chief, we haven't been hiding a symphony orchestra in the basement. The neighbors must be imagin- ing things. Monge! Front and center. lt has been brought to our attention that either you or that Hi-Fi set has got to go. And furthermore, unless those bird calls and Tarzan yells cease immediately we'lI take Windy away. You've got all the cats in the neighborhood going 'apey' and the SPCA is about to swoop down on us. Mr. Lewis, would you care to comment on this? Yes, I cannot understand the overabundance of rowdiness which has overtaken this organization. Unless it is stopped, I will be forced to resign. x i OFFICERS: Front-Stuckey Kitchen Markel. Second-Krukowskl Ric ardson, Cruthis, Whitley. 'Sf' The catering service allows a break in studies and a bull session. Front--Ireland, Parsons, Snyder, T. Lewis, D. Brown. Second-Stuckey, Kitchen, Markel, Cruthis, Whitley, Hartweger, Arn- old, B. Johnson. Third-Grisamore, Richardson, Hein, Tomevi, Osterkamp, Ad- mire, Hlafka, Ludwig, Curran, Hatfield. Front-Edward s, Poynter, Dittman, Krukowski, Day, Noren, Smith, Taylor, Laymon. Second-Greek, Willingham, John- ston, Stillwell, Burnside, Grandt, Greathouse, Milby. Third-Poole, Kovak, Jones, Vick, Johnson, Spillman, Wolf, Monge. Page Fifty-three .Ei an ,, B Tau Kappa Epsilon House l5Ol Seventh Street Tau Kappa Epsilon Men, we've been chastised! Whoever is responsible for painting those runways on the sidewalks must be punished. Very well. Into the car, down the street, into the driveway. Bang! A l2-gauge shotgun goes off, the gendarmes are on the way, we're surrounded. Mr. Student Activities, we are innocent. Since when is it a crime to pull into a driveway in order to turn around? So what if it's a one- way street. We're only going one way. Home. We accept your apologies, Sigma Pi. Case closed. ei 'Nr zsfi 51...-ag OFFlCERS Front Knollenberg Leighty, Reedy Tucker Second Day, Walker Maxedon Price The Tekes walked oft with first place honors in the Homecoming parade with The Silent Sphinx Speaks." l Front-Chaplin, Reedy, Hutchens, Highsmith, Tucker, Peterson, Mc- Dowell. Second-Schuler, McManaman, Wood, Williams, Price, Mansfield Knollenberg. Third-Day, Barr, Peterka, Maxe- don, Roberds, lindsay, Duncan, Walker. Front-Miller, Ward, Ballinger, Nic- cum, Gilpin, Wagner, Mitchell. Second-Sellers, leighty, Bandy, Madix, Wheaton, Jones, Chap- HIGH. Third-Waltemath, Hopkins, Turner, Vangilder, Conner, Showalter, Jachino, Pribble. Page Fifty-five 1 4- l at Kappa Sigma Kappa Men, it has become necessary to appoint a new olticer for this organization. Recent midnight requisitioning has be- come so annoying that we have no alternative but to put a decided end to such carryings on. Therefore, be it resolved that a Refrigerator Regiment will be organized and a Cold Spot Captain will command the group. Such action must be taken, not through choice but necessity. Let's face it, if they don't quit stealing that bacon, we're going to starve! ,.,, ,, al 4'5" ' OFFICERS: Front Fogle Harrison V Second-Lang Cameron Kappa Sigs extend a hand to welcome the new president to Eastern during Homecoming parade. Front-McCormick, Hopper, Hinton Crang, Murphy, Syfert, Hensley Colt. Second-Underwood, Fogle, Buz- zard, Shields, Harrison, Dorn- blaser, Heiney, Higgins, Burke Bartimus. Third-Cook, Lang, Kuehn, Lower , Hill, Francisco, Elder, Allen, Cam- eron, Wayne. ltr L-'fn M. A 4, 'Y " K" , 1 ' -J -- The annual Sadie Hawkins dance, as usual, turned out to be a real 'Mountain William' whing-ding. Page F1'fty-:even Radio Guild Fronf-Webb, McCann, Berry, Kinsall, Hill Second-Meadows, S. Wayne, J. Wayne Romack, Goodrich, Dr. Scully, Third-Grissom, Roellig, Paris, Hart, Much more, Whiie. Pi Kappa Delta lForensicsl Fronf-Ramsey, C. J. Gregory, Evans. Second-Mr. Hopkins, Martin, Shadwell Dr, Ross. Third-Gardner, Shields, Hopper, Woody. Sigma Alpha Eta cspeechl Front-Johnson, C. J. Gregory, Hamma, Huff. Second-Braden, Paris, Norris, Seaman. Third-Parsons, Fogle, Owens, Dr. Thur- mOn. Theta Alpha Phi lDramaticsl Fronl-S. Wayne, J. Wayne, McCann, C. J. Gregory. Second-Dr. Gabbard, Paris, Romack, Hari. Page Fifty-eight Alpha. Epsilon Rho Fronf-Wayne, Goodrich, Kinsall, Muchmore. Second-Dr. Scully, Horl, Meadows. Phi Sigma Mu lMusicl Front-Bridges, Baker, Miss Smith, Edwards, Good- man. Second-Merz, Morris, Walter, Goodwin, Carr. r Panfl'lell Council Front-Bline, Ammann, Hamma. Second--Johns, Ticknor, Montgomery. Players Fronl-Webb, Hodgson, Hammo, C. J. Gregory, Kin- sall, Hill, Berry. Second-C. S. Gregory, Drake, McElroy, Meadows, McCann, S. Wayne, Goodrich, Dix, J. Wayne. Third-Dr. Gabbard, Roellig, Paris, Harl, Muchmore, While, Romack, Woods. Page Fifty-nine Math Club Front-Toliver, Gill, Crumrin, Harrold. Second-Dr. Ringenberg, l.owry, Higgins, Berchert Newman, Bobzin, Dr, Heller. Third-Dr. VanDeventer, Lundstrom, Palmer, Bruce Rainey, Hutton, Duckworth. Accounting Forum Front-Nolette, Graham, Fisher, Mr. Barrett. Second-Mr. Holley, Vaughn, Kelly, Harder. Gamma Theta Upsilon lGeographyl Front-Landes, Douglas, Montgomery, Dr. Kiang. Second-Mclntosh, Thompson, Lang, Barnett, Dr. Brown. Third-Hart, Clark, Cumbow, Dr. Martin. Kappa Mu Epsilon lMQfhl Front-Duckworth, Toliver, Taylor, Harrold. Second-Dr. Ringenberg, Lowry, Higgins, Berchert Newman, Dr. Heller. Third-Dr. VanDeventer, Hayward, Lundstrom, Palmer, Bruce, Hopkins. Page Sixty Kappa Delta. Pi lEdUCC1l'l0l1l Front-Dr. Reinhardt, Murphy, Wagner, Bline, Ed- wards, Ross. Second-Mrs. McKenna, Warren, Milam, Jenkins, Pool, Morris, Tolliver, Rainey. Third--Dr. Garner, Lathrop, Abel, Shaffer, Syfert, Wilhite, Kidwell. Methodist Student Movement Front-Burchfield, Warren, Wells. Second-Goodrich, Curran, Bell. Home Ee Club Front-Lundy, Owens, Climer. Second-Ticknor, Gilbert, Longbons. VVPEC Front-Wilhour, Joh nson, Todd. Second-Brewington, Bundy, L. Frantz, E. Frantz Clifton, Bertolino, DeBois, Holmes, Green. Third-Harris, Walker, Brandt, Simon, Myers, Lisak Ducey, Vulgamott, Bailey, Griffin, Hopper. Fourth-Matthius, Feclerman, Neal, Brosmun, Bridges , See, Ellison, Vanatta, Scholwin, Wendling, Cook, Butler, Miller. Page Sixtybane 1 QL 'w-1, W l M MENC lMusic Educators National Conf.l Fronf-Morris, Durheim. Second-Walter. German Club Fronf-Dr, Miess, Edwards, Worman, Sieverlsen. Second--Herron, Hopkins, Miller, Martin. Page Sixty-two lr-'fa ,, v l .1 . N? n i E l , lll Alpha Pl'11 Cmega u Fronf-Poole, Pialorsi, Dutton, D. Stockman, C. Stock- mlln. Second-Grissom, Atchison, Mclnlosh, Sanders, Bost- wick. Douglas Hall Council Fronl--Madlx, Gorman. Second-Whitley, Cleary. 1 2 , , ASEE' , X, 5 :,, -y 'I I ,.,l 1 , '-X Student Association Franf-Cordero, Gregory, McCann, Murphy. Second-Dr. Yardley, Hart, Newman, Ticknor. Vets Club Fronf-Dunifer, Sims. Q if .J ' 3 ' v i l M. 5 igy ,Q 'Y ? l , 1 1 f " s i C LX ? Le, Business Club Front-Crook, Roeslein. Second-Vail, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Barrett Pem Hall Council Front-Gregory, Wagner, Pool. Second-Costello, Adrian, Griffin, Isaacs Page Sixty-three Botany Club Front-Wetzel, Balding, Morgan, Bell, Benson. Second-Miss Marks, Speer, Lee, Harvey, Landes Crang. Third-Eveland, Day, Ferree, Dr. Thut, Yates, Dr Damonn, Dr. Stover, Klarman. Newman Club Front-Beamish, Hlesch midi. Second-Henry, Skelton, Niziol- kiewicz, Wamsley. Third-Miss Smith, Modix, Muchmare, Sloller. Phi Alpha Theta lHisforyl Front-Barneti, Biggs. Second-Hinton, Clark, Tabor, Abel. Page Sixtyjour Varsity Club Front-Brown, Moutray, Harvey, Conley, West, Decker. Second-Strock, Keiser, Vierk, Parrish, Ware, Risley, Milholland, Loub. Third-Magsumen, Becker, Neibch, Walker, Christian- sen, Admire, Bruce, Arnold. l Alpha Kappa Lambda Front-Balch, C. Stockman, Montgomery, Jackson, lamb. Second-Unterbrink, Lee, Eve- land, Hoxton, Crane. Third-Strader, Storm, Smith, Brandt, Howard, Brackney. Black Knights of the Embarrass Front-Stump, Harder, Cox, Stuckey, Lewis, Barbour, Poynter. Second-Snyder, Dill, O'Keefe, Dirks, Sarver, Grisa- more, Dillier. Page .S'i.rty-five Kappa Cmicron Phi lHome Ecl Front-Fitch, Cowger, 'Burgess, Owens, Ernst. Second-Longnecker, Cummins, Lundy, Cuppy, Schmidt, Cli- mer. Third-Ticknor, Miss Devinney, Gilbert, Koenecke, Gray, Voorhies, Ellison. Gamma Delta lLutherc1nsl Front-Rothe, Wolff, Brandt, Doehring, Wocltke, Brauer, Berg, Sievertsen. Second-Hemonn, Wendling, Dr. Leipholz, Voyles, Ulmer, Durheim, Wendling, Wormun. Third-W. Wolf, F. Wolf, E. Wolf, Pries, Hoffmeister, Magnus, Rev. Rolhe. Page Sixty-six ACE Front---Koiima, Beomish, Wagner, Wright, Guyer, Bradfield, Martin, Frew, Prost, Anderson. Second-Lanmcn, Schroeder, Pool, Henry, Foltz, Stoller, Niziolkiewicz, Greuthouse, Walton, Miss Fredenberger. lndependent Student Association Front-Edwards, Ambuehl, Luncly, Anderson, Beamish, Seaton, Hill. Second-Cooprider, Cogdal, Kidwell, Hensen, Awick, , Wilhite, Johnson, Smith. Third-Grissom, Atchison, Drollinger, Dr. Stevenson, Haddock, Ambuehl. lnterfraternity Council Front-Yeargin, Conley, Barry. Second-Bandy, Jachino, Kitch- en, Fogle, Dr. Yardley. Third-Stuckey, Brauer, Sidwell, Newport, Cook, Juravich. Campus Fellowship Front-Lear, Scott, Bailey, Loving, Pixley, Ramsey Fitch. Second-Webb, Shadwell, Rei Craig, Martin, Leitch, Koenecke nbold, Climer, Seaman. Third-Fuller, Fitch, Russell, Mr. Page, Hopkins, Fuller, Herron. Page Sixty-.reilen l Student VVives Front-Mrs. Decker, Mrs. Current, Mrs. Denkerl, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Bell. Second-Mrs. Hombrighl, Mrs. Sims, Mrs. Sparks, Mrs. Coy. lndustrial Arts Club Fronf-Btlrllmus, Wolf, Larimer. Epsilon Pi Tau llndustriol Arfsl Froni-Burke, Milby, Laub. Second-Lathrop, Galloway, Lang. Student Fellowship Front-lknayan, Henderson, Pixley, Curry, Hill. Second-Wilhite, Barnett, Oh, Coon. Page .S'i,1'ty-ciglif gf: , Q W Q- -Pi , ii A f Q Zia ' Sigma Tau Delta lEnglishl Front-Marshall, Dr. Waffle. Pi Omega Pi lBusinessl Front-Dr. Fagan, Edwards, Cordera, Renfro, Jenkins, Miller, Slevenson, Syfert, Dr. Thompson. Second-Jones, Graham, Rea, Mueller, Wodtke, AI- bers, Lipscomb, Allen. Third-Moody, Shoot, Braffon, Newpo:l, Vaughn, Kelly, Hoffmeister, Mr. Cambridge. Page Sixty-nine Zoology Seminar Front-Truitt, Lewis, Bashom, Hafhaway, Dixon, Mus- grave, Allen, Groothius, Landes, Hoffman, Mrs Kniskern, Stine, Miller, Rogers. Second-Balding, Bell, Morgan, Wimon, Dr. Ferguson Dr. Kniskern, Crang, Dr. Cavins, Melsker. Third-Dr. Scruggs, Peierka, Whitley, Tash, Dr Peterka, Thorson, Wall, Kuehn, Melfer, Martin Jones, Dr. Rawls, Michaels. i f me 3 Future Teachers Fronf-Johnson, Baker, Kidwell, Barrick, Poole. Second-Manuel, Shoot, Cali, Lusk, Knight, Kannmacher, Volkers, Loveless, Dr. Grodo. Pi Delta Epsilon Uournalisml Front-Pialorsi, Murphy, Bline, Prast, Wagner, Krue- ger, Jahant. Second-Dr. Palmer, Lowry, Palmer, Wilhiie, Norris, Garner, Coit, Herron. Page Seventy .er 2 15 .Q Physics Club Fronf-Kendall, Dr. Smith, Strole, Dr. Lefler. Second-Waddell, Duckworth, Higgins, Stunt, Kruger, McDowell, Darlington. Third-Hayward, Frost, Strock, Dr. Sparks, Edgar, Merry, Hopkins, Seaman. .J 4 l Lincoln Hall Council Front-Goodwin, Lisak, Hum- phrey. Second-Richards, Dowis, Kou- geoures, Mailloux. sf' ss, fini L r Dorm Directors Miss Hawkins, Mrs. Soares, Mr. Soares, Miss Guy. 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Back row, Larry Hart, Greg White, Joe O'Dell, Charlie Ryan, Jim Hill, Kelly Romack, and Dick Meadows. Front row, Jack Wayne, Sheila Wayne, Pat Paris, Wayne Owens and Jean Goodrich. Page Seventy-eight Dick Meadows, Jack Wayne, Charlie Ryan, Greg White, and Sheila Wayne enact the death scene of Willie Loman during last spring's presentation. Bill Green tries desperately to make his point to Jack Wayne during a cross examination scene in the play which asked a iury picked from the audience to de- termine what the ending would be. Night of January I6 Judge Charles Pulliam, Gene Cole and Clerk Gabbard listen intently as evidence is presented by the defense counsel. The play was presented twice last summer. Page Seventy-m'ne Mike Muchmore, center, portraying a real cool cclt, tells the good news to Greg White, left, and Jack Wayne, after the wild party, one of the funniest scenes in "The Tender Trop." The Tender Trap 4 1 Page Eighty The cast of "The Tender Trap" are, front-Kelly Romcxck, Joyce Homme, Jackie Braden, Carol McCann. Second-Mike Much- more, Greg White, Dick Meadows and .lack Wayne. 1551.45 V La.. -msc. 4 ,,5..441:fN4 4 I . W M 45 4144 4 Z-- ,1i2 - :Y "E: 4 44421452225 " 'Mn ' 44 4 4 4 434, 44,454N, M T, 4 X 4 ,44.e:,2ia 4444411 -4441? WY 4, 444 44,4 V '-f-.4,. -,, J 444 "4 gm -1 4 44,4 44,444 4- 4 44 P4 .4-n 1 I 1 4 " ' 44 'WL Q4 7245554 Q4 .L 3,1 ,512 ,W 45: ff: .444 4 4 .,, 4 4 ,4.4444-W, ,4 .- 4 ,, , I . 4,, -54, ,44 . 3 f A: 44 4, , .mx .44 4443543-W 11,4 ,J Q, 4. 44 K, ,444 - EL ' 41 J W 44'.iU 4 4.-4 ., 42, - 44494-4: ' 44 4 K 41 4 4 W' f 4 K X4 u pw 4 4 -W ,44 ,N 44 54. - 445, X 'fm M., 1 'i BQ ' f Editor Russ Herron if g News Cops All fAmerican, 21st Medalist They cuss and discuss it, but they read it. Russ Her- ron took over the News last fall expecting a rather average year of covering the campus news, but, like his predecessors, Herron found out that there is no such thing as an "average" year for a News editor. After campaigning for everything from "pop" con- certs to a new student constitution, the News found itself smack dab in the middle of a hot controversy over the policy of students abusing the freedom of expression by public denouncement of individuals. The letter writing dropped off, but a point had been made. The News managed to continue its rather im- pressive record of racking up top honors in col- legiate press ratings by winning an All-American award from the Associated Collegiate Press and its 2lst Medalist award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Sports Editor Harold Snyder and Columnist Larry Gordon, both Photographer Ben White and Associate Editor Jim Garner try old vets on the News, take a look at a page proof. to UC? bl-'SY for The PiCiU"e fcfking Cefem0"'Y Business Manager Warren Lowry and Glenda Mullis check Reporters Tafara Wondi, Avice Mendenhall, and Fred Cutllp advertising accounts and keep the business end of the News check the assignment sheet on the News bulletin board for the functioning smoothly. Bruce Shaefter, at typewriter, Delane Lindenmeyer, Carol Hoedebecke and Barbara Walsh prepare copy for the next edition. .gig as week's work. Carol Winters and Johanne Fairs check the mail for publications from other schools. "Big Daddy" Lowry' was responsible for the handy dandy mail box. f .Hifi ,-1 wp. l gl . . 1 I . It JE 1 Page Efglrty-three Deon Nugent, sports editor for the first quarter, explains make-up to his reporters, Paul Grunquist Jim Ozier, Russ Atkins and George Webb. i r Howard Decker, Amore Worku and Lyn Krueger check the News "morgue" before writing stories for the next edition. Page Eighty-four .'f1"-ZZ Q ' 'V+' 1' Vi ' TH fi W ia 'af 5 vlf' Q 'I -ff -f. ' V 1 I f?a:., 'j,,-w, :E ., 51 - w .L A ,. , 1?-F .... mr- v 3' , 1 f 3:52 Eff' 1- '? il I g f fs 7 V, , ,amz M if , i, I ,V . ' F 0 2-I V X KK ,,, , A .4 ld , 1 .' 'E' wut , 1 V A A ' -:fi ,, M my, s ,. 4 WW I Q' I , L x .nu fi 1' f R. w - .1 225559 -P -K "ff 'ei .,., f .MV ' 1 ' :milf ? 'af t. f,4c,s,Q f W K R 'V' I in 'F'f5yg,,"" Q W , iv My Q ' 4 Q' 'fr gi .54 ' : Q.. 2554 " ' f' s w 5. ,7 -anv- .a , M, f SI' ff k GQ .7 .pf Iv. ,.,,13 mam, m,,.qQm1W W, ,,!, W, A-fa ,W f:-,Ji 'Yagi Y Warbler Stretches Out Changes we made. Deadlines we almost made. Coffee we did drink. Crazy we almost went. And, after the smoke cleared the book some- how managed to fall together. Our only comment is, "lt's bigger." Norman Catt, J. W. Oglesby, Clare Roeslein and Jim Garner look over the dummy and try to decide what the next move will be. Meetings were held at the Palmer House. Photographer Ben White, Carol Hoe- debecke and Carolyn Merz select photographs for a section of the book. Page Eighty-:ix 22112, ' l' ' it Editor Garner holds up cz picture for comment from the staff during one of the mony night sessions. Sports Editors Larry Gordon and Ron Kitchen talk over make-up possibilities before picture cropping begins. The night before deadline was not an easy going uFfair. Thousands of little things never noticed before sucl- denly popped up and had to be taken care of. Session ended in the wee hours of the morning. Page Eighty-seven A Glimpse 1,1 x' 7 UH Page liiglztjveiglrt 1--W ' ,, Q Y QQ as 0 K J c - - z .2 ' ... ,, .-2' i 4 . me 2.9-If " N I 'Z ' , It . 155325 ' V1 ' , 6 in: , wx 1- M W -2' 9 9 Q ' 11: -,,...--9,-.afx j 4- ' - 1.5.93 N Y .. M M " , W " H H M it ' Qu, 2, l 'N N 1 5 N " M ,, JY bk! F T1 lvldn ' L. r .ur I 1 M uf H fw? A C X -. ,cn lx ww.-,.1 Wx Ami 1, gi -JJ if H a 2i?ie2?Mf Q Around Campus Page Eiglzty-nine N x"- "TPL, F The old alums kicked off Homecoming with registration Saturday morning. President and Mrs. Doudna t . TT' r 3 ig Page Ninety 1 at e or Q, : 1 , B..,.,,.. xiii' gl ii- ?', ,. V I AM V 1552 'H :ti - -F f-- nnsvl K al l ,li . . I ,-'x , it I li I . at ., 'M' . , ' i X N c. , ,- g i Y 'hs - , The Delta Zetcs expressed the The College Welcomed ook the place of honor by heading the two-hour parade. D 1. F-L' 2 :2:, . W V ' it ESX- T' to ' tuihl , ,pff ' pr' T 4. fsgg , x ,.,. i ' 'KK-' Organizations worked long, hard hours in preparing sentiments of the Homecoming crowd. Doudna at Homecoming floats for the parade. Dr. Buzzard, Dr. Doudna and deiected friend watched Eastern's Panthers lose the Homecoming game at Lincoln Field. 6311? fi ifjx Page Ninety-one ' 111 , 1 4 5 There were queen campaigns . . elaborate house decorations and a spirited pep rally to touch off the students' side of the 1956 Homecoming. 1.-- 'J ' , X . ' 3 ' ' " W1 . A- ,7 ,' -' V '- iQ,i,'-ff. ,ss Ez: -g-'+P Q'-. -Y, '- .,Q'1 ' lf 'J K ,, , , ' , , " V 'E ' X ' H is ,M Q 1 -1522 1 1 fs 5" 'Gia 'WZ ' . I i 221:25 ,ry .- as-...L- '-2 , 4 ., 1. The Royal Court Miss Peggy Frew of Delta Zeta, escorted by Don Hoops '56, was crowned queen of the 1956 Home- coming ceremonies. Mrs. Joan Kenny, 1955 queen, crowned the new queen, Coronation took place at the Saturday night dance. Queen Peggy Frew, Lady Ilene Dohme, Lady Lenore Seaman, and Lady Doris Johns were chosen by the students to serve on the Homecoming Royal Court. -n-Q1 ,,i.Mleie'.w3g' 1K1 IE? . 1 'N germs. .-X1 53,- 1 W! :NW X Gyn. 'x' t ., -mx in - L D -f e.s,-,gag Qc.-were or we ,Y I. Al... - Cheerleaders Left fo righi, Connie Elkins, Bev Wood, Lenoa Seaman, Joyce Hamma, Gerry Roller, Phyllis Oakley. linac Ninety-four Majorettes Par Schnepper, Shirley Tull Mary Lou Rector, Gloria Funk Greeters Left fo right, Billie Knowles, Connie Elkins, Rita Mont- gomery. .Rt ... V.- 'I- Russ Herron Don Arnold Marie Esker Warbler Choices Scotty Marshall Clare Roeslein '11, wi "f ---,,. -4-....-- ,v le.----,,.e... ,KM- -Eff' ln the opinion ofthe Warbler staff, these five people represent leaders of this campus. Rather than at- tempting to pick a leader from a particular field or activity, these persons were chosen on true leadership ability displayed. The staff decided the selection of top people on campus could have been determined by an election, but working against deadlines doesn't always allow for such thingsg so, here we have the Warbler Choices for 1956-57. is lp reg, QU? M Els Page Nifzcfy-fiz'e Nin tx r Front-Bline, Beamish, Owen, Murphy, Gray. Second-Roeslein, Kidwell, Wilhite, Esker, McCann, Burke, Reedy. Third-Stuckey, Hart, Newport, Walker, Lower, Fogle, Garner. Who's Who The BIG LETTER lfrom Who's Who headquartersl said to elect 29 people, who, from that moment on would be known as Who's Whosers. The little letter lfrom the collegel said to nominate 40 potential Who's Whosers. Whom to select for Who's Whosers was a problem. Only 27 Who's Whosers could be nominated. But, we needed 29, at least, to fill the ballot. What to do, said the people? How can we elect 29 without giving someone two Who's Whosers. Let's iust GIVE the 27 people Who's Who's and be done with it. They did. So, one dark night, the Who's Whosers slipped into Old Aud, admitting that they had more or less backed into this honor and had the above picture taken. J!! Dr. Armstrong of the social science department attempts to clarify one of the many problems that arise from economic graphs and scales. Such problems, we might add, are not the sole property of the social science department. VVhat is this gibberish consumption function? Homecoming of i956 proved to be one of the most spirited occasions in many years. Just before the game, a rather large, loose-iointed Pete the Panther came galloping across Lincoln Field encouraging the Panthers to wallop Evansville. They didn't. Page N inet y-seven The student catering service takes cure of midnight Eastern's artists enioyed C1 banner year by sweeping appetites. Decatur art show. Here and There Around Campus Progress gh lab school highlights gghshugfigh gh Campus. 27 r-TV The Judge family beamed as mother and son Darrell graduated at the some time. 5 gi. Dean Heller, center, introduces President Doudna to Student Association President Scotty Marshall. The Independents enioy leisure time at square dance. The Delta Zetas whooped it up for old E.l. at Homecoming pep rally. Page Ninety-11.i11e Xl QWNN w V Wig' , xx Y L ,N J J .mv K RL gl Sepfember October November Connie Elkins Peggy Frew Marilyn Copeland December January csckie Braden Becky Adflfln Page Om' Hundred Campus Calendar After due deliberation, it was decided that the Warbler also needed some means of keeping track of the time so we wouldn't be missing any dead- lines. The easiest way would have been to buy a calendar, but, let's 'Face it, we're weak-willed! Typical monthly activities are represented by the girls in these pictures, part of a series begun as a weekly feature of the Eastern State News, and we feel they are worth repeating. TN" I t 35?-we J Ye-see' WFS' was l .1 is gg-'1,,M 1, ,wa February Joyce Hamma March April May Ann Gray Carolyn Kirk Rietta Tortorello f Page One Himdred One Biology department drained the lake and restocked it last spring. Odds and Ends . . . The frczts went coroling all over the campus last Christmas The Freshmen Imed up and purchased beanies to let the whole campus know they were new Dean Heller and Dean Anfin- son welcome Amare Worku and Tafara Wondi, Ethio- pian sfudenis, fo Eastern where they are pursuing a iournalism degree. President Doudna and members of the Teacher's College Board dis- cuss blueprints for Eastern's new women's dormitories. 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The game, between Montana State and St. Joseph, Indiana, was featured as the CBS football game of the week on television. From 1911 to 1935, Lantz coached Eastern teams in three major sports-football, basketball, and baseball. In the early years of Eastern's athletic program, until 1932, Dr. Page One H uudrcd Eight Lantz directed sports and physical education for men with- out assistance. ln 1935 he gave up his coaching duties in football and basketball but retained the baseball team, which for 39 years had no other coach. ln 1950-51, illness forced Dr. Lantz to discontinue coach- ing but the following year he returned to guide the baseball team. He retired as coach and athletic director at Eastern on September 1, 1952. In Dr. Lantz's 24 seasons as football coach, Eastern won 94 games, lost 66, and tied 13. He had only nine losing seasons, while winning three conference championships during that period. 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A 4 ,D I, ,1 Y 1 " ' V 1 Y A " c . - - -11.1 1 2 1, - ' 1 '-SEQ Q, ' , 1 Coach O'Brien Panther Cindermen Enjoy Top Season Coach Maynard O'Brien's Cindermen enioyed one of their best seasons in several years. The Panthers won six dual meets and lost none. They finished first in the lllinols State Meet, and placed third in the conference. Two new school records were set and one other was equaled. Ray Fisher set a new school shot put record with a toss of forty-nine feet, five and a half inches. .lohn Byrne set a new discus record with a one hundred forty tour foot, eleven inch throw. Winston Brown equaled the two hundred-twenty yard dash record set by Jim Johnson in 1951. The time was twenty-one seven. Graduating seniors are: Beals, Edmundson, Matheny, Knicley, Byrne, Carter, Mitchell. Pura' Om' I-lzmdred T011 rv 'ii we 1 Season Record El l 105 73 74 82 95 92 Opponent Opp. Chanute Field 26 Illinois Normal 58 Southern lllinois 57 Northern lllinois 49 University of Louisville 36 Western Illinois 34 State Meet-First llAC Meet-Third Eastern's Top Weight Men-Fisher and Byrne. Cindermen Boast Four Record Holders This year's track team had returning record holder Ray White, who held school records in the broad iump, 120 yd. high hurdles, and 220 yd. low hurdles. Before the season was half finished three more records had been broken. Ray Fisher topped the school shot put record, John Byrne smashed the school discus mark, and Winnie Brown equaled Jim Johnson's record in the 220 yd. dash. John Byrne is the only man lost by graduation from this year's record holders. 100 Yd. 220 Ycl. 440 Yd. 880 Yd. Mile Run Record Dash Dash Dash Run 2 Mile Run 120 Yd.High Hurdles 220 Yd. Low Hurdles Mile Relay Pole Vault High Jump Broad Jump Shot Put Discus Javelin W. Brown J. Johnson W. Brown J. Johnson J. Farris C. Mafheny J. Sims R. White R. White R. Deflro, G. Curtis J. Farris, J. Johnson F. Crawford T. Ellis R. White R. Fisher J. Byrne E. Soergel l"lolders Distan 9.9 21.7 21.7 50.0 1 :58.9 4122.3 9:46.7 14.9 24.0 3:25.5 13' 6'3" 23'113f," 49'5V2" 144'11" 193'10" ce Year 1955 1951 1956 1951 1951 1955 1953 1955 1955 1951 1951 1950 1955 1956 1956 1952 h . are I 'ln i' 1. ' x 5' , -1.15 Ray Wh ile ,X ,N V P ' 1 Wiz M s, Hi, EQ. .-, 11 11 m1511511 .1-nr-rr , Page One H'l'lll'd1'EfJ Eleven ln a field composed of such outstand- ing track stars as Bobby Morrow, Olym- pic hundred yard dash champion, Lee Calhoun, Olympic high hurdle champion, and Bob Gauioski, Olympic pole vault ..f champion, the Panther representatives did very well in the NAIA track meet in San Diego, Calif. Winston Brown placed tifth in the 100 and 220 yard dashes, and Ray White came home with the third place medal um in the broadiump. Y White Cops Another First White and Brown Represent Eastern in NAIA Meet in San Diego Front-Goddard, Hawkey, Noren, Ware, Harvey, Mitchell, Beals, W. Brown, Garrity, Huffman. Second Row-Moutray, Storm, Edmundson, Matheny, West, Byrne, Knicley, Harder, Milholland, Wycline. Third Row-Coach O'Brien, Juravich, Boker, Gilpin, Becker, Murphy, Bruce, Admire, Christiansen, Crawford, Fields, Garbe, Session, Kelly, Casstevens. Fourth Row-Gossett, Maddox, Walker, Rexroat, White, Fisher, Parrish, Johnston, Casey. .H Page One H undfed Twelve 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' w ' W v 11 51- X X 111 W, X 1 1 "115ff'1'1 M E 11 , E 11 111 11 T ESX H W.: iw 11XX" W H 11 1 ' 1 1 1 11 22: XX XXX 1 1152: XX1 XX1XX's T E 1 H11 X 11 1 111 'X' 1 111 11 asm 11 SF 1X2wa 111f'?E- 21 - 11123: X,-X11 1 . 3 S. rn gf. ' Q 3 X ,. 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Wolf garnered 20 hits in 51 times at bat, including two homers, a triple, and two cloubles. ln IIAC competition he was the only man to hit over .300 with his .387 mark for league play. The only other regular to bat over .300 for the season was outfielder John Keiser, with a .301 average. Pre-season practice McDevitt and Parmentier tl Page One Hundred Fourteen Season Record El Opponent Opp. 12, 7 Millikin 3, 4 2, 7 Quincy College 11, 2 5, 12 Millikin 6, 7 1 15, 7 Navy Pier 5, 4 5 St. Mary's 5 ,A A 4, O 'Central Michigan 5, 7 2, O 'Michigan Normal ll, 2 12, 5 Washington University 5, 2 5 Lewis College 2 O, 5 'Southern Illinois 5, 20 O Indiana State 6 6, O 'Northern Illinois 3, 4 1, 4 'Western Illinois 2, 5 2, 6 'Illinois Normal 9, 22 Won 8, Lost 16 IIAC-Won 1, Lost 11 lSeventhl V 'Denotes IIAC contest Bill Parmentier, Most Valuable Player, slides home. Panthers Potent Competition, Bust ln IIAC Play in Nonfl.eague Front-Parmentier, Wolf, Kelley, Monge, Holloway, Mason, Smith, Seibert, Keiser, McDevitt. Second-Heiny, Greoson, Moore, Stuart, Kanop, Hearn, Yannacone, Lewis, Schuetze, Granquist, Gonzales, Fleanor, Coach White. l l . r . , - .' - V -f i -1 , -N A . . - i -,ML L . 1 W, A - f A. 1 V,-:J gg- W 1 A ,M 'B 'H' N,"-0.5 ' H7 r:tt'5rf?3 f 'Y ' l 1 " Q- ii l V l ' ll, - j' se 1 '- I it J. H r I N. X, A. -v,. if A H. ,g,,,,, than v N .. Page One H uudred Fifteen Tennis Squad Nets Fifth in Conference Coach Darling's tennis squad gained fifth place in the IIAC on the basis of one win in five matches. ln non-conference play they fared better, with a 5-2 record. SEASON STANDINGS El Opponent Opp. 6 Indiana State 3 5 Millikin 2 3 'Southern Illinois 6 3 'Illinois Normal 6 4 Concordia, St. Louis 5 7 Blackburn I 6 Indiana State 3 8 Greenville I O Washington U. 9 O 'Southern Illinois 9 4 'Western Illinois 3 I 'Illinois Normal 8 Won 6, Lost 6 Fifth place in IIAC. Coach Darling Kneeling: Arnold, Standing: Risley, Ludwig, Coach Darling, Stuckey, Woodfall. I I Page One Hundred Sixteen t iv--" , I , X... .-xv , 33 W s s- Enix :tl I ,Li . . W fz ' .s sf ,4-u . 1 q Y K. lipfinn 0 o tb all Page One Hundred Seventeen Gridiron Standouts Darrell Brown, senior halfback from Oakland, was named the Panthers' most valuable player of the year. Don Arnold, sophomore halfback from Charleston, and Carl Magsamen, sophomore tackle from Tolono, were named co-captains for the 1957 squad. Ray Fisher, senior from Charleston, was selected as a tackle on the first eleven of the IIAC all-star football team for the second straight year. He was also named to an all-state college team chosen by the Peoria Star of Peoria. Roger West, senior fullback from Wyanet, and Jim Bryant, sophomore guard from Champaign, were named to the second team ofthe IIAC squad. Darrell Brown received a special mention. ., X :J- Rog West, llAC second team fullback E . is Br L zgjvj' 'ei 5 . le: -ef i, 1. jg' h Y' A lib' Best Confo Record Since '50 on Cnly Two Grid Wins The Panther gridders compiled their best Interstate Con- ference record since l95O but finished sixth in the league standings. Coach Keith Smith's squad went into the final game of the season against Western with a 2-3 mark in the IIAC and a chance to tie for second place. The Leathernecks, however, took undisputed possession of the number two spot by handing Eastern a 58-14 defeat and dropping the Panthers to sixth. Several Panthers rated among the league leaders in individual offense. West was eighth in rushing with 284 yards, Gary Anderson, senior quarterback from Litchfield, was second in passing with 22 completions in 54 tries, and West tied with Jerry Miller of Eastern Michigan for fourth in punting with an average of 34.8 yards per kick. Assistant Coaches for the Panthers are Walt Elmore, line coach, Hop Pinther, freshman-sophomore coach, and Bill Groves, backtield coach. , s -me Keith Smith Q Walt Elmore Hop Pinther Bill Groves Page One Hundred Nineteen Coach Keith Smith found the going rough, to say the least, in his first year as head coach of Eastern's gridiron Panthers. The only bright spot in a gloomy season consisted of a dim glow in the form of an improved conference record by virtue of wins over Illinois Normal and Northern. Sad to say, these wins constituted the victory column for l956. After a very successful high school coach- ing career, Smith entered the collegiate field last fall. 1 as YM wk . ii ,iisi 'ii Coach Smith, backed by members of the squad, scans the action on the field. Smith Finds Going Bit Rough Panther reserves reflect one of the few bright spots of the season when Eastern upset Normal early in the year. The win accounted for half the year's victories. Page One Hundred Twenty wwf. .,Ji1l7flxf,"-l'2.".l' K i .W .. - in 21 ,, Q: ?l3i"."'+ JJ-.I , 1. I 5 iv- -- v S fs-.B .yy Ji.. "' 'W-.' - -5 3 Ag '2fi,,..-'tt ,"34 js? g i M F 14. fs F' ' D , ga . qw- ' ,J r ,bg MN. se 1- Kitt- Ne-'WTQI N Q ., . ,, . JW, . .J , gg, 55 -- 3 '- Hem' Fulk, Becker, Moutray CENTERS The Cfticial Side of Football. Playing their last season with the Panthers were seniors Darrell Brown, Roger West, Gary Anderson, Ray Fisher, Winnie Brown, Ron Leonard, Bob Gilpin, Howard Current, Clarence Jasper, and Bill Moutray. Front-Ferrari, Myers, D. Brown, Gilpin, Goddard, Hickerson, Norren, Baumkcmp. Second-Coach Smith, Monge, Drake, Haskins, Current, Helton, Williams Dicker, W. Brown. Third-Puff, Diepholtz, Leonard, Moulroy, Vaughn, Slrack, Jasper, Griltith, Parrish, Humlilon. Fourth-Nickels, Rhodes, Anderson, Mot tershaw, Leach, West, Arnold, Neibch, Fisher, Magsamen, Fulk, La Masters, Skavara, Carter, Becker. Page One Hundred Twenty-one Bottom-Magsamen, Carter, Skavara. Second-Jasper, Fisher, Monge. TACKLES I Season Stancllngs El Opponent Opp 7 Indiana State 'l4 13 S. E. Missouri 46 'l4 'Illinois Normal 6 O 'Southern 33 21 Evansville 29 0 'Eastern Michigan 65 13 'Northern 6 7 'Central Michigan 38 14 'Western 58 'Denotes IIAC Contest l -- i ... ff ' Bottom-Leonard, Diepholtz, Haskins. Second-Current, Decker, Helton. GUARDS Bottom-Gritiilh, Neibch, Thompson. Second-Walters, Struck, Leach, Rhodes, Moltershaw. ENDS Panthers End Season With 7,2 Mark Q , l W I-zu. 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HALFBACKS Myers takes oft on a rollout ln team offense in conference competition, Eastern ranked sixth in rushing, with an average of 99.17 yards per game, fourth in passing, with an average of 64.5 yards per game, sixth in total offense, with l64.2 yards per game, and sixth in scoring, with eight points per game. West moves in for the kill Page One Hundred Twenty-tlzree Eastern's cross country squad, composed mainly of freshmen, finished the 1956 season with one dual victory in five outings and placed sixth in the Interstate Conference meet at Dekalb. Rawlan Lillard, freshman from Danville, paced the harriers during the season and finished sixth in the IIAC meet. Lillard placed first in the-Panthers' 19-35 win over Union College of Jackson, Tennessee, and was second by only half a step in a meet with Southern. He ran in the number two position in the Western meet. The Panther squad entered in the llAC meet by O'Brien included Lillard, Michael Harvey, Paris, Dick Storm, Mattoon, Dick Kragler, Mattoon, Dan McKenzie, Homer, Wes Walker, Danville, and Ed Landers, Springfield. Coach O'Brien will lose only Walker by graduation next spring. Kaiser times Lilla rd Young Harriers Rebuild For Next Season Front-Lillard, Walker, Kragler, Harvey, Storm, Landers. Second-Coach O'Brien, Fox, Kelly, Crawford, White, Van Vorhiss, Dailey, Page One Hundred Twenty-four B asketball Page One Hundfcd Tzventy-jizfc' ,mam . STATY X. 1 K4 Front-K. Smith, B. J. Smith, Admire, Ludwig, Session, Napoleon, Curran. Second-Christiansen, F. Wolf, Hise, Milholland, E. Wolf, Moomey, Coach Carey. Big Panthers, Little Panthers Froni-Coach Darling, Vaughn, Beals, Moomaw, Miller, Lamb, Ludwig. Second-Pauly, Sollus, Curran, Kirby, Kliner, Welliver, Durham, Puff. Page One H'1I1ld78d T'wenty':1'x Milholaund W0'f Seasorfs Regulars Faqs' One Plwmdzed Tiunfx seven 'N Ii 1: Q3 542, if X Ei Coach Bob Carey Slow Start - Whirlwind Finish The Panthers had a season of fours this year- fourth in the Quincy Holiday tournament, fourth in the IIAC, and fourth in the NAIA college tourney in Kansas City. They gained fourth in conference on the basis of a four and seven record. In the Quincy Holiday Tourney, they defeated St. Thomas and Iowa Wesleyan to get their second fourth. The third fourth, which came in Kansas City, was the result of an unusual turn of events which led to the District 20 playoffs, and finally to the NAIA tourney. Coach Carey, flanked by Coach Darling, issues instructions in a pre-game huddle. Page One Hundred Twenty-eight 1 Milholland lays one up! Lloyd Ludwig drives in! All eyes are on the ball during a pause before the rebound scramble as Eastern suFfers a loss at the hands of Northern. Page One Hundred T1L'2I1lj'-Wlifl C Season Record for Opponent Opp 82 Indiana Central 66 70 Quincy 68 87 'Central Michigan 59 64 Indiana State 60 83 'Northern Illinois 98 70 'Western Illinois 97 67 'Northern Illinois 78 9I Indiana State I I I 83 Millikin 84 7l 'Illinois Normal 64 97 Illinois Wesleyan 82 60 'Central Michigan 70 80 'Eastern Michigan 83 69 'Southern Illinois 58 7I Beloit 94 95 Millikin 85 75 'Western Illinois 88 76 'Eastern Michigan 87 87 'Southern Illinois 62 95 'Illinois Normal 77 Ken Christiansen 'Denotes IIAC contest Ed Wolf B. J. Smith Neil Admire WG" B Page One Hundred Thirty , , I f .17-I' Af if? 4, ' Il 'x ' r -2- ,,,4 , ,, A KP, , "f'e7?pf f ,, I I 1 W ffxxc K A Nl ,E ' K' TWINS-, 54 ' A if t J-, 1 31. 1 n an-4 . A . , M" -' gnu iv if ar M?n,,gJ Lf K, M ,A M, W k U, Q! kk W. im ' f ', ga I mv me ' ,K 1.1 iz' Y a ,.-.ig . 1- J Y.-Y Y ,ik Ni? ,, . X, , rf df H ,, .,, 2, - 2 ' 'an i " 'Y' ..Q"""nV:-UQ., 'V Ng! 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Us , - lv jill' N T m -, V Z 1,9 0 851' Q, " 'EEZ m If , fy, 74-55.: as TID E8.ST6I'H,S 'JohnnyfComefl.ately' Panthers Take Fourth at Kansas City After the smoke cleared away at Kansas City, the Panthers were in possession of the Fourth Place trophy at the National small college tourney. Eastern's Panthers ended the basketball season in a whirlwind finish this year as they unexpectedly went to Kansas City to take fourth place in the NAIA tournament. Western, originally slated to play in the District 20 playoFfs at Macomb, received a direct invitation to play at Kansas City. Then, when Northern refused the bid to play at Macomb, Coach Carey accepted, and spent that morning rounding up his squad. At Macomb, Carey's charges defeated McKendree 87-82, and then Millikin 70-64 to win the District 20 playoFfs. ln the NAIA opener, the Panthers crushed Highland University of New Mexico by an 88-76 score. After this win, the Panthers met highly rated Villa Madonna, who upset West Virginia, the nation's top scoring college, in the first round. Eastern humiliated the Villa Madonna team by a llO-78 margin. This llO-78 score represented the largest score rolled up in a single game in this tourney. Immediately, the Kansas City sportswriters pegged Eastern as "the Cinderella team" and "the team that amazed the experts." The Pied Pipers of Hamline University were the Panther's next victim. The Panthers edged the Pipers by two points, 83-81, and gained the semi-finals. Eastern was the victim of too much height and All-Amer- ican Jim Spivey as the Panthers bowed to Southeastern Oklahoma 95-81. The consolation game served as an experiment with several innovations on trial. Eastern fell to Pacific Lutheran in an 87-85 contest, and had to settle for fourth place. Page One Hamdrvd Thirty-three Ken Christiansen makes like a sleepwalker in action against Hamline. Eastern won the tussle and advanced into the semi-finats. K. C. Action Charlie Session defiects the ball away from Southeastern OkIohoma's All-American Jim Spivey. Page One Hundred Thirty-four Ziff QM. ".,--,,,.,. J Milholland, Ludwig Named to AILNAIA Both Break Record Due to their outstanding play in Kansas City, Milholland was picked to the all-tourney first five and Ludwig to the second team. Both men were presented Bulova wristwatches at a formal presenta- tion after the final game. To add to these honors, Milholland was picked to the All-IIAC Conference first five. Ludwig re- ceived honorable mention, and was voted the most valuable Panther player for the 1956-57 season. Also, Milholland's 653 points in 30 games tops the 514-point mark set in 1955-56 by Dean Brauer. Ludwig also went over Brauer's high,iscoring 522 points. Milholland averaged 21.8 for the season and Ludwig averaged 17.1. Ludwig and Milholland give the Panther fans first glimpse of trophy Victorious Panthers Come Home Coach Carey and Panthers take the stage at an assembly in their honor. Page One H1uzd1'ed Tlzirty-six Matmen Pin Down Winning Season Eastern's 1957 wrestlers repeated in their winning way as they compiled a 6-5 record for the year. Warner Semetis won the conference championship in the 123 pound division, placed second in AAU competition in Illinois, third in the Wheaton tournament. Jim Bryant, 191 pound division, came into the most wins for the year. Pete Hatfield, team captain for his second year, was another Panther standout. Vern Vierk and Dave Decker were other top wrestlers on the squad. Coach Pinther, in his fourth year, has continued his building plans and this year's team was probably the strongest Eastern team in the sport's history. Trainer Casstevens and Coach Pinther Front-Hatfield, Magsamen, Decker, Bryant, Lackey. Second-Myers, Cutlip, Vierk, Jeffers, Coach Pinther. Third-Shadow, Richards, Hatfield, Semetis. Page One Hundred Thirty-.rezzen Decker and Bryant Season Record El Opponent Opp. 19 Notre Dame 11 20 Wabash 10 10 Southern Illinois 23 15 Northern Illinois 20 15 Bradley 16 17 Indiana Central 6 14 Illinois Normal 17 12 Western Illinois 16 22 Central Michigan 1 1 19 Eastern Michigan 1 I 23 U. of I. lChicagol IO 186 151 Won 6, Lost 5 A wrestling whistleman looks at an entangling mess of arms, legs, and torsos. Page One Hundred Thirty-eight w H 1 w w 1 w v , u w w 34 IZJQH 71952 .miie ,W N f Sigma Tau Gamma and Campus Cappers in action l Football League Sigma Tau Gamma breezed through four wins in the Fraternity Football League, and then defeated Douglas Hall and the Campus Cappers to cop the championship in the playoffs. The Sigma Tau Gamma wins were due, in part, to Lyle "Buck" Button's feared "poison-ivy" sneak. Tau 'Kappa Epsilon defeated Douglas Hall for third place. Intramurals were directed by Coach O'Brien tall and winter quarters, and by Coach Pinther spring quarter. John Byrne served as assistant to the director for the 1956-57 season. TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS: Front-Pucini, Steward, Dailey, Gonzales, Kreuger, Turner, Muchmore, Hearn. Quarterback-Foran. Second-Wolf, Kies Gran in . ,L -L quist, Brooke, Button, HuFfman, Shaeffer. . V V H nh... w... l ' Page One Hundred Forty Action on the Soccer Field! Sig Fl-aus, Cappers Top llvl Play Sigma Tau Gamma also had a few soccer players around. They came through in soccer to cop another championship. ln the process Jim Muchmore earned the title, "Terror of the Costa Ricans" as he collided with "Paco" Roias who came out of the encounter with a broken leg. Roias played for the second place Tau Kappa Epsilon group. Koop Hall came in third as Douglas Hall gained another fourth. Sigma Tau Gamma slipped in another championship in volleyball as the Blasters of the Independent League were disqualified for using an ineligible player. The Fossils "A" team batted down second place, with Sigma Pi coming in third. ln the League A play-oFfs, the Campus Cappers defeated the Sigma Tau Gamma group, and then went on to defeat the Gunners to take the basketball championship. The Rinky Dinks placed first in the B League, League C winners were the Mouses, and Phi Sigma Epsilon copped the D League title. The wrestling trophy went to the Cappers as they earned 39 points. Unattached wrestlers gathered 25 points for a mythical second place. Page One Hundred Forty-one it WE. ' 5 4- 1 M i t 'digs i an ,, its i' . in Runners strain for the tape in Intramural Track and Field competition. Douglas Demons Take Track Championship The Douglas Hall Demons took the track and field championship last spring as seven records were set in this sport. Tau Kappa Epsilon took second. Six records were broken and one record was tied in the 1956 Intramural Track and Field Meet. Intramural Basketball Action Page One Hundred Forty-two BASKETBALL CHAMPS: Front-Cornell, Holley, Lash, Betzer. Second-Dailey, Dill, Van Cleove, Coach Hise. Gymnastics Good Turnout f f No Stayoutl The big problem in gymnastics is keeping potential gymnasts on the squad. Although the squad is primarily an exhibition group, they did gain fifth place at the Western Invitational meet. This, and losses to Ball State, Southern and Western represented the competitive side of the season. A spring exhibition schedule and other exhibitions make up the rest of the season. Top men on the squad include Bill Lathrop, Bill Jones, and Don Kitchen. Bill Jones Front-Holmes, Scholwin, Debois, Thompson. Second-Lenz, Jones, Buch, York, Mclver. Third-Kitchen, Lathrop, Myers, Kay, Murphy, Wendling, Coach G.oves Page One Hundred Forty-three WAA The Women's Athletic Association added canoe- ing to their list of activities this year. Other events were banquets, the Spring Modern Dance Recital, a volleyball tournament, social and square dancing. Mary Jane Lisak, Bonnie Smith, and Elaine Frantz were delegates to the seventeenth national confer- ence of the Athletic Federation of College Women at the University of Nebraska. This was a big year for WAA in that they cele- brated their twenty-fifth anniversary. The annual WAA banquet was held May 2. Bowling takes the winter's spotlight in WAA sports Action in the volleyball tourney Page One Hundred Forty-four Eastern athletes were honored at the annual award banquet held at the college cafeteria last spring. Coach Mervin Baker, head coach of Charleston High, and Athletic Director Emeritus Charles P. Lantz were guest speakers. President Robert G. Buzzard presented blankets to eligible senior lettermen. Athletic Director John W. Masley presented sweaters and iackets to varsity lettermen. Senior blanket winners gather around their award. Eastern Athletes Feted at Award Banquet Graduating seniors can now rest on their laurels. 'gay' Q1- la... Page One Hundred Forty-five 3,1 . The Muscle Menders Seven miles of tape, gallons of liniment, and a host ot sore muscles, cuts and bruises, are only a few things that trainers Dave Casstevens and Jerry Jarvis must contend with in a season of varsity athletics. These two men are behind the scenes in every varsity practice or game that an Eastern athlete participates in. If a man is iniured in any way, it is Casstevens' and Jarvis' iob to come to their immediate aid. Casstevens is in his third year as varsity trainer, and his understudy is 'freshman Jerry Jarvis. Both of these men put in approximately forty hours ci week, plus their regular school assignments. They have been called everything from Eastern's two forgotten men to the second set of coaches. Trainers, Jerry Jarvis and Dave Casstevens tape an unidentified player. 'ntnratiii ffl C J, I, me X' X Page Ons Hundred Forty-six ll l K5 Golfers Still in Rough Eastern's golf team couldn't find pars or birdies and racked up another losing season. Coach Carey's golf squad had their good day when they were downed by Millikin, SW-6 Vg. The standouts for the Panthers were Waggoner and Hintz. Season Standings El 0 O V2 I W 3 V2 6 V2 I V2 3 2V2 Won O, Lost 9 Opponent 'Illinois Normal Southern Illinois Indiana State Southern Illinois Southern Illinois Millikin 'Illinois Normal Millikin Indiana State Opp. I8 I5 I9V2 IOV2 8W 3Vz I3Vz I2 ISV2 IIAC Meet-Seventh aff.: , .mixagwgii I 592345 ,,,' I Q-'Si 7?ifl5i.1?S,ir,.n - .1535 View. M . QQ me Wi ff. ml vw n ,171 r r - -, ,w,.m. . yu ,L his ,., 4 " v 155' ' Y 415245 5 553155 ,W 5. 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Roberds J. Richards J. Robinson L. Rogers P. Romack M. Ross G. Roifer E. Ruble P. Ruddell A. Ruesch L. Ruwe K. Suffer J. Sams B. Sanders D. Sanger J. Saries R. Sarver F. Sawlaw J. Sawyer B. Scaitergood A. Schable W. Schimanski P. Schnepper D. Schueiz T. Scott C. Seaman H. Secris! E. See D. Sempsroie G. Shadwell G. Shaw M. Shaw N. Sheffield N. Sheffield M. Shirley M. Shoemaker S. Shoemaker B. Shoulders C. Shrier Wi!! if is fs. ' ""'!f "rim ' A. f-rf' ge' Freshm en Page One Hundred Fifty-swan . ww: .1 f""'S'f:.- -0' - . ' Q 'hut X , is . ti" vs, tx An ar 1. sp " 1 L l .JB .31 'J,yi,.. ,f ,T ff' .Y :J H i :. u Page One Hmzdrcd Fifty-eight r'19N Gp.. 4-7 5 X-.f'.r9nn.. 'iii . W! f Af' QE' . W! Mgr, U is -P" 1 . -A 'vga 'SAE3' .ndirn ' .iv- i -9' L y ' 4 ., Z spin: -1' 2. N Sf, ' t Q -L , L, F 1305. '55 '59 .,'f,"' Freshmen E. Sievertson W. Silknitler P. Sims D. Smurgiossi L. Smith L. Smith D. Smith J. Smith S. Smith S. Snider C. Snyder I. Sollers M. Sorrels F. Spencer L. Spillmon C. Spoonomore C. Stonfield R. Stonfield L. Stcxnis K. Steury C. Stevenson S. Stewart M. Stilgebuuer L. Stillions P. Stines C. Stockmcn B. Strnhl W. Striedieck P. Summers J. Swanson J. Sweeney C. Tabor K. Tevoult M. Thoele K. Tingley R. Thornton J. Thomas G. Thompson S. Tolch D. Tolliver L. Tolly S. Tomlinson S. Towniey K. Troyer B. Troyer L. Tucker S. Tull H. Vohling B. VanFossen S. Vannoy J. Verhines N. Voke R. Volkers J. Vulgamott l. Wagner J. Walgren R. Wall B. Walsh J. Walstrom J. Ware J. Warren G. Webb A. Weber A. Webber B. Wills M. Wendling M. Westall D. Weston H. Wheeler B. Whipkey J. Whitaker L. White P. White J. Whitehead L. Whitehead J. Whitley la. Wildman J. Willingham SD. Willison W. Wolf R. WolH R. Wood A. Wcrku C. Wells VM. Woodard I G. Woo.ey M. Yard J. Ycckey C. Zuber D. Young A. Zemont rf' md' 7?Q'Q:S?l 'f-: s sf: .p-I :ff S2255 .-,- 1 fl" r " v. , EF .Elin .v,.f 'Q 5 l, ,Q vs' f F reshm en Page One I-llmdred Fifty-nine as if Sophomores V rw. ,-.S 55+ iv' 1-4 inn, We -v. 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Croy S. Crow B. Crumrin S. Cuppy L. Curran A. Culrighl E. Dally B. Daniels C. Dasenbrock G. Delmel S. Deitz C. Dennis S. Dennis W. Devlin E. Dillmdn C. Dix A. Dixon R. Dornblaser J. Downs gift' ' ltr f, '33 an , K K . fl X W . S' l.-. , :wif R' X 1 M 'I .Q .,. ,i 1 an .Alu 'YP 3 1 'Sf ge ll 1 ,..-.. lg Q X A I K so-,p , l l fl fl 1 . If 5' . 51' ,tg my -f"x' ,-P?',!'..'c f Sa .1 xx, n.. :.,, . Nm... o Q' N, -ll 'Ji -ai' ...A Sophomores fx' J., -lg Y I 'Q' 73 il? Xu... X- dl Sgt if lf .. ,1,3:P'?i Y . ,-. -91P Sophomores R. Drollinger , W I ,H f lf .E rl l r 12 95' ef J v n X it G. Eagleton C. Ducey R. Duncan D. Dunn X, V S. Durheim I, N. Dunham L. Dutton R. Dutton . Dye C. Elkins R. Edwards L. Eveland D. Evans B, Ewing D. Falk J. Fossero J. Fowley E. Fitch R. Fleming M. Foulke C. Foxworthy G. Frame R. Francisco L. Freeman C. Fuller G. Funk R. Gallenbach D. George E. Gepford L. Gibson B. Gill J. Goodrich G. Greathouse G. Greenwood M. Gregory B. Grifiin C. Gregory D. Gudauskos G. Gunderson R. Gurnea D. Guyer T. Haddock P. Haflinger A. Hahn P. Hall C. Hamilton xxx. D. Harbert R. Harder J. Hardy M. Harp W. Harrington A. Harris K. Harris C. Harrison R. Harrison J. Haskett G. Hastings L. Huwkey P. Heath M. Heiden F. Hein M. Heischmidt C. Hill J. Hill W. Hill R. Helveter R. Hinterscher M. Hinton D. Hackman M. Holmes S. Hortenstine H. Howard K. Huff J. Huffman A. Hughes B. Hunt J. Hutchens V. Isaacs C. Iwai R. Jachino D. Jeffers R. JeFfris D. Johns B. Johnson G. Johnston J. Jones R. Kelley B. Kilburn M. King D. Kinney J. Kinsall E. Kirk C. Klaas M. Knop V. Knop is . .1- Sophomores 1 cg arf Q ffl pw ,D I, . .,.... A.. . -if . T' "4 1 ' fs. if 'Ref 13- vig.-471 J Y wi' 4 !'l' ,-111, W, .- ' ., ,R ax as W. J, x -f .if .,,l .f-L .. X -gp, in MQW it ,J ,C ,, .. yt z. 63 . 1 .ffl R. 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Patrick L. Pauley J. Payne N. Peterka L. Peterson C. Pfaff R. Pirtle R. Poole E. Porter B. Potter D. Pries C. Prince A. Pullen J. Puyear V. Ramsey G. Randolph D. Rasmussen E. Redmon M. Reich A. Rehbein L. Reinhold D. Rennels P. Rexroat C. Rhodes D. Ricchiardi B. Richards B. Ridlen B. Ridlen K. Righter M, Ring B. Risley R. Robinson R. Robinson S. Robinson R. Roderick J. Roesch T. Rogers G. Russell D. Rutan P. Saatkamp C. Sallee C. Samford J. Sanders C. Schmidt J. Schmidt S. Schnick A. Schuetz D. Sebright h., 19' 1,5 .ff A .zffzii wr' 1 .19 li Q Payv One Ilumlrrml Si.rly'.v 6' Ji . X I J. .5-. f Sophomores D. Seeley R. Senn D. Shields J. Sims P. Sisson M. Stover K. Smith I.. Smith " J M. Smith S. Smith J. Snyder X' C. Spear la E. Spear N. Spifole M. Spittler M. Sponsler R. Sprogue B. Slanfield D. Stillwell G. Stine F. Storm R. Storm O. Strain J. Stumpf B. Suhr M. Sula M. Sweeney M. Swinford N. Swinford G. Taylor l. Taylor R. Taylor R. Tarrell 'FC R. Thompson T 'Z 'w F. Thornburgh J. Thorson J. Timmons B. Todd J. Tohill N. Tomevi 6 N. Tracy A. Trapp W. Travis D. Trimble J. Truitt' T. Tuggle fi O. Vanatta ,ill . S. VanDyke J. VanGilder C. Vaughan E. Voudrie D. Voyles r' W. Waldron T. Waltrip H. Wamsley J. Wayne E. Webb R. Weber R. Wheaton B. White G. White A. Wilber J. Wilhour M. Williams S. Williamson F. Wilson L. Wiman C. Winters E. Wolf B. Wolff E. Wong H. Wright P. Wright B. Yafes K. Young 'T -qpx Qt' , 8 K ,Ti 3 S ' - in C. .af A ' - fo V II- v l l., I 'K 2 3' I A 6, lf '.'. '51 QQ :Q l Sophomores win tug-of-war at Homecoming S op 11 o m ores Page One Hundred S1',1:ty-seven I 0 112' 'Z -Q74 333 f ,B ...,,,:4 Mlm l J s as .s I J X Page Ona Ilzuzdrull Szlriy-ciglzt Juniors R. Akes ,M B. Alexander G. Allison ,.-Q: S. Ammann K. Andres R. Arganbright J. Arthur is E S. Atkins ,C r A E C. Aumonn " Q I S. Ausnn -,:f. 3- " 1 .fjmj 1 P. Bailey H ,. E D. Baker sa ' A 1' .4 La lil.. 1-1 K. Baker W W .E fx , . J. Balding 1 i,,:.,,..a.l. fa,-lg B' Bondy Il 'lf' M. 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Carmel Physical Education-Health Education ROBERT KOVACK Bulpitt Business Education-Social Science JULIA KRUEGER Chicago Home Economics WAYNE KRUGER Altamont Physics-Chemistry and Math JOHN KRUKOWSKI Greenup Speech-English CHRISTINE KULI. 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Elmo Industrial Arls-Arl MI LDRED REA Mansfield Business Education-Library Science and Home Economics DAN REEDY Marshall Spanish-English and Latin PHYLLIS REFFETT ROGERS Olivef Elemenlary Educalion-Social Science CAROLYN RENFRO Kankakee Business Education-Social Science A-rf W fwcee me fbi? f , dn' -Liss I W 'ir 4 E, cw QW 1 JL S - Page One PI1t1ldfL'd Eiylzty-:zine -:ee ik. ui Page One I-lundrcd Nmetv Seniors DORIS RICHARDSON Charlesfon Business Education-Social Science COYN RICHARDSON Charlesfon Business Educalion-Social Science ARLIN RICE Decafur Music MARGE RIMSHAS Wesfville Physical Educalion-Health Education and Zoology GENE ROB ERDS Lawrenceville Arl CAROLEE ROMACK Rose Hill Speech-English JACK ROSS Springfield Business Ed ucation-Social Science ALLAN RUSSELL Malfoon Business Education-Botany GENE RYAN Charlesfon lndusirial Arts THOMAS RYAN Heyworlh Business Education-Social Science RICHARD SAGER Noble Chemislry-Math and Physics JONI SCHOLWIN Chicago Physical Education-Speech and Health Educalion KARL SHRINER Ashmore Mathematics-Physics ANN REESOR SCHUETZE Carlinville Music WILLIAM SCHUETZE Carlinville Physical Education-Malhemalics ROBERT SEAMAN Charleston Physics-Mathematics ROBERT SEWELL Matloon Business Education-Social Science LYLE SEYBERT Sullivan Business Education-Social Science GEORGE SHAFFER Danville Elementary Education JAMES SHARP Sullivan Physical Education-English and Social Science LINDA SHAWVER Charleston Foreign Language-English MAURICE SHANHOLTZER Tower Hill Chemistry-Mathematics ROBERT SHELTON Sullivan Business Education-Social Science WILLIAM SLMS Charleston Physics-Math PAUL SKELTON Paris Business Education-Social Science MARGARET SLATTERY Laplace Business Education-Social Science ' BONITA SMITH Hoopeston Physical Education-Business Education and Health Education CARROLL SMITH Charleston Industrial Arts-Botany JODY STEPHENS Paris Business Education-Social Science PAUL STOCKMAN Charleston Business Education-Social Science ' ,-, is FQ ,ig G ii J 5531 1 it 2 .L ll ' x 52152: ' Q 'i L s V I "'- 1 ,V 'Wifi ' li ' Qi-N ' Qian , + 1 Mitzi' all Q' yiitli ' 1 ' V' lit: "if f' . 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E f S I Page One I-lmidred Ninety-one X - -...f ,,-1 Why N...-" 'iam- HP -.4-VE: iiwg E 15722 g51a,f Page One I-Inudred Ninetyetwo Seniors CHARLES STOLDT Shumway Business Education-Social Science PHILLIP STUCKEY Effingham Business Education-Social Science ROBERT STUMP Rossville Physical Education-Health Education and Social Science SAM SYFERT Neoga Business Education-Social Science JOHN TANKERSLEY Charlesfon Elementary Education-Social Science JOAN TAYLOR Peoria Elementary Ed ucalion SHIRLEY TIMMONS Danville Arl-English RONALD Tl PSWORD Charleston Industrial Arts-Social Science JOAN TOHlLL Befhany Elementary Education RIETTA TORTORELLO Cicero Arl GEORGE TURNER Herrick Social Science-Business Educalicn THOMAS ULMER Strasburg Elemenlary Education JON ULZ Gillespie Business Education-Physical Educalion GEORGE UNDERWOOD Fairmounf Business Education-Botany ROBERT UND ERWOOD Greenup Chemistry-Mathematics ROBERT VAIL Olney Business Education--Social Science CHARLES VcnTASSELL Robinson Business Education-Social Science GERALD VAUGHN Charlesfon Business Education-Social Science ELEANOR VOORHI ES Marshall Home Economics-Art CAROL LEE WAGNER Robinson Elementary Educalion WESLEY WALKER Danville Physical Education-Social Science RON WALTEMATH Danville Speech-Speech Correction HARLAN WATSON Cisne Business Education-Social Science ROSE WALTON Kansas Elementary Education LO RY WEAVER Marshall Business Education-Zoology and Social Science ROGER WEST Wyanet Physical Educalion-lnduslrial Arls and Social Science LYNDON WHARTON Albion English-Journalism and Social Science PAT WHEELER Gillespie Business Education-Music CLIFFORD WHITE Paris Foreign Language-Social Science BILLY WILLIAMS Mt. 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WILLIAMS Champaign Elementary Education ond Social Science GERALD WILLIAMS Tuscola Social Science-Geography JACQUELINE WILLIAMS Ridgefarm Home Economics JOHN WILLINGHAM Charleston Business Ed ucation-Social Science ROBERT WINNETT Greenup Business Education-Social Science KENNETH WOLF Neoga Industrial Arts-Business Education DOROTHY WOLFF Farina Physical Education-Home Economics JAMES WOOD Tuscola Business Education-Social Science NANCY WOODS Gillespie Art BARBARA WRIGHT West Union Elementary Education-Social Science JERRY WYNN Carlinville Music BARBARA YOUNG Grayville Home Economics BRYON YORK Tuscola Business Education DAVE ZIMMER Windsor Botany-Zoology A Abel, Ronald 61, 64, 176 Abernathy, James 150 Accounting Forum 60 A.C.E. 66 Adams, James E. 176 Adkins, Margaret 160 Admire, Beverly 43, 160 Admire, John Neil 53, 65, 112, Adrian, Rebecca 63, 100, 160 Ailes, Margie 150 Akes, Robert 168 Albers, Jalee 45, 69, 160 Albin, Glenn 176 Alexander, Amy 45, 168 Alexander, John 150 Allard, Maurice 33 Allen, David lee 70 Allen, Howie 57, 160 Allen, Jane 43, 69, 176 Allen, Lawrence 27 Allen, Terrence 176 Allen, Robert 150 Allen, William 176 Allison, George 168 Alpha Epsilon Rho 59 Alpha Phi Omega 62 Alpha Kappa Lambda 65 Ambuehl, Carroll 67, 160 Ambuehl, Charlene 67, 176 Ames, C. 160 American Chemical Society 69 Ammann, Sondra 43, 59, 168 Anderson, Arnold 160 Anderson, Gary 51, 123 Anderson J. 150 Anderson, Judith 150 Anderson, Lorna 66, 67, 160 Anderson, Ronald 160 Anderson, Virginia 150 Andres, Kenneth 168 Anfinson, Rudolph 38 Apple, Nancy 176 Arganbright, Ruth Ann 168 Armitage, Barbara 160 Armstrong, A. 160 Armstrong, Forrest 160 Armstrong, Frederick 16, 97 Arnold, Donald 53, 65, 95, 116, Arnold, Henry 37 Art Department 32 Arthur, Joy 43, 168 Ashmore, Anita Ann 160 Ashworth, Jerome S. 49, 160 Ashworth, Nancy 150 Atchison, Ronald 62, 67, 150 Atkins, Russell 84, 150 Atkins, Stanley 168 Audio-Visual Director 36 Aumann, Carol Jean 168 Austin, Sandra 168 Awick, Lavonne 150, 167 Awick, Marilyn 160 B Baer, Theodore 150 Basse, H. B. 160 Baggett, Norman Lee 160 Bailey, Margaret 61, 150 Bailey, Nancy 150 Bailey, Phyllis 67, 168 Baird, Charles 150 Baker, Dorothy 46, 47, 168 Baker, Kenneth 168 Baker, Jane 42, 43, 70 Baker, Janis 45, 58, 160, 177 Baker, Marshall 19, 69 Baker, Thomas 150 130, 176 123, 160 lndex Balch, Herman 65 Balding, June 64, 70, 168 Ball, Betty 43, 160 Ballinger, Larry Gene 55 Bally, Winifred 29 Boltzell, Janice 43, 160 Band and Orchestra 73 Bandy, Bill 55, 67, 168 Banks, Lola 43 Banton, Sharlene 177 Barbee, Donna Sue 160 Barbour, George 65 Barnett, Barbara 150 Barnett, Charles 68, 160 Barnett, Mary 44, 45, 60, 64, 168 Barnis, W. 160 Barr, Ronald 55 Barrett, William 25, 63 Barrick, Mary 70, 160 Bostwick, William 62, 150 Botany Department 20 Botany Club 64 Boudreaux, Lennis 178 Bowyer, Bettye 150 Boyd, David 178 Boyd, Earl 33, 76 Boyer, Richard 160 Brackney, James 65 Bradbury, Carolyn 178 Braden, Jacquelin 45, 58, 80, 100, 178 Bradtield, Frances 66 Bradtield, J. 160 Brakenhoft, Ramona lSee Warmanl Brandt, Carol 66, 160 Brandt, Larry 168 Brandt, Yvonne 61, 150 Brant, Galen 65, 150 Bratton, Charles L. 49, 69, 168 Barry, Kenneth 49, 67, 160 Bartels, Albert 177 Bartimus, Robert 57, 68 Baseball 113 Basham, Linda 70, 150 Basketball Squad 106 Bathe, Archie 150 Bayles, Robert 150 Beals, Leo 110, 112 Beals, Robert 177 Beals, Ruthe 57, 160 Beamish, Phyllis 64, 66, 67, 96, 177 Bear, Opal 150 Becker, James 51, 65, 112, 121, 168 Bell, Sandra 61, 64, 70, 177 Bellaver, Laura 150 Bemish, l. 160 Benetiel, Robert 177 Bennett, Carrol 150 Benson, Carl 160 Benson, Lola 64, 168 Benson, Rosemary 160 Berchert, Edmund 48, 49, 60, 69, 168 Berchert, Ronald 160 Berg, Doris 66, 150 Bergen, Joan 150 Bergstrom, Ralph 150 Bernhard, Beulah 150 Berry, Delores 43, 58, 59, 168 Berry, Kay 150 Bertolino, Elizabeth 61, 160 Betty, Jerome 177 Betzer, Chester 142, 150 Brauer, Brauer, Carl 51, 67 Eleanor 66 Breman, S. 150 Brewington, Joan 43, 61, 160 Bridges, Mary Ann 43, 59, 61, 178 Briggs, Bright, Donna 178 Arthur 168 Brooke, Eddie 168 Brooks, Elmer 23 Brooks, Rose 150 Brosman, Jennie 61, 151 Brough, Janet 151 Brown, Albert 17, 60 Brown, Billy 49 Brown, Darrell 53, 118, 123, 178 Brown, George 160 Brown, Iris 160 Brown, Milford 160 Brown, Bruce, Winston 65, 112, 123, 178 Robert 151 Brummett, Raymond 49, 160 Brunner, Rose 151 Bryant, Bubik, James 137 Donald 151 Buch, William 143 Buchan Bundy, an, Myra 151 Ethyl 61, 151 Burchfield, Alice 61, 151 Burgess, Donald 160 Burgess, Lloyd E. 160 Burgess, Lucy 66, 168 Burke, Burke, Larry 69, 178 Thomas 57, 68, 96, 168 Benle, A. 168 Biebe r, Wilma 47, 177 Biggs, Betty 150 Biggs Biggs ,Lands 64, 177 , wnbefr iso Bilbrey, Carolyn 177 Bilbrey, Joe 177 Black Knights of the Embarrass 65 Blair, Gail 49, 177 Blary, Raymond 160 Bline, Carolyn 44, 45, 59, 61, 70, 96, 168 Bloxom, L. 160 Bland, Mary 37 Blurton, Lola 150 Burkhart, Clarence 151 Burkhardt, William 151 Burnside, B. 160 Burnside, L. 160 Burnside, William 53 Burress, William 178 Business Club 63 Business Education Department 25 Business Oflice 37 Butler, Phyllis 61 Button, Lyle 51, 178 Buzzard, Robert G. 91 Buzzard, Samuel D. 57, 168 Byrne, John 110, 111, 112,178 Bobzin, David 60, 69, 160 Boedicker, Marilyn 150 Bohrer, William 168 Boker, Joseph 112, 177 Bolander, Carolyn 150 Boley, Jerry Lee 150 Bolin, Daniel 150 Bolt, Floyd 168 Bomkamp, Norman 150 Bond, Harold 160 Bond, Phyllis 177 Bone, Margaret 43 Bonesteel, Pearl 50 Bork, Sandra 150 Cambri C dge, Richard 25, 69 Cameron, Judson 56, 57, 168 Campbell, Harold 161 Campbell, Jerry 161 Campbell, Phyllis 151 Campus Fellowship 67 Cannedy, Rollin 161 Cantrell, V. 161 Carey, Carnes, Robert 28, 128 Paul 151 Page One Hundred Nzncty five Carpenter, Welby 168 Carr, Mary 27 Carr, Patricia 59, 179 Crawford, Robert 151 Creek, Caroline 151 Crenshaw, Roy 151 Ditman, Gerald 53 Ditman, J. 169 Dix, Carol 59, 161 Carter Carrell, William 161 Carroll, Henry 168 Carroll, Mary 151 Carter, Dorothy 179 , Henry 110, 122 Criss, Joyce 151 Crist, Roymarion 169 Cross Country Squad 124 Crook, Donald 63, 161 Crow, Shirley 161 Dixon, Alma 161 Dixon, Betty 70, 180 Doehring, Carol 47, 66, 169 Dohme, Dooley, Ilene 93, 152 Sandra 43 Casstevens, David 112, 137, 146 Caton, Darsol 49, 161 Cray, William 161 Crum, Jerry 178 Catt, Norman 57, 70, 86, 168 Cavins, Harold 21, 29, 70 Cechota, Clarence 161 Cauble, George 151 Cearlo Chand Chapli ck, Larry 161 Ier, Bill 161 n, James 55, 161 Chapman, James 151 Chapman, Norman 55, 168 Checkley, John 161 Cheffer, B. 168 Chetter, Robert 49 Chemistry Department 19 Christi on, Virginia 24 Christner, Barbara 43, 179 Christi Cimo, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Cleary Clifton Clifton Climer Cline, ansen, Kenneth 65, 112, 130 Ernest 179 Joan 151 Norma 151 Philip 60, 64, 168 William O. 179 , Dan C. 62, 161 , Nancy Lou 61, 151 , Vera 151 , Myrna L. 43, 61, 66, 67 Ruth 23 Crumrin, Beatrice 60, 69, 161 Cruthis, Mervin 52, 53 Culpepper, J. 169 Cummins, Sharon 43, 66, 161 Cunditt, Lloyd 169 Cuppy, Sharon 43, 66, 161 Curran, Larry 53, 61, 161 Current, Howard 122 Curry, Mary 68, 151 Cruthius, M. 169 Cutlip, David 137 Cutlip, Fred 83, 169 Cutright, Annette 161 Cwinske, Ellen 45 D Dailey, Thomas 51, 69, 179 Dally, Edith 161 Damann, Kenneth 20, 64 Dame, N. 179 Daniels, Bob 161 Darling, Rex 28, 116 Darlington, Carl 71, 168 Dasenbrock, Carl 161 Daubs, Patsy 45 Coartney, Barbara A. 151 Coartney, James S. 151 Coartney, Ronald W. 51, 161 Cochran, James K. 49, 168 Cogdal, Connie Sue 67, 161 Colclasure, Melvin 151 Cole, Gene 79 Cole, William R. 161 Coleman, Charles 16 Coleman, Dolores C. 43, 168 Combs, Carol Ann 168 Conkling, Hazel L. 168 Conley, C. 151 Daugherty, Mildred 179 Daugherty, Thurlo 151 Daves, Marise 29 Davis, David 24 Davis, George 51 Davis, Robert 151 Davis, S usan 151 Davison, David 169 Dawkins, Max 169 Dawson, Jackie 151 Dawson, Judith 151 Day, Gayle 151 Day, Gerald 54, 55, 64, 168 Dorm Directors 71 Dornblaser, Ronald 57, 161 Dorsey, Harry 152 Doty, Mary 152 Doudna, Quincy 4, 5, 90, 91, 99, Douglas, Jerald 60, 152 Douglas, Mary 180 Douglas Hall Council 62 Dowis, Willa 45, 71, 169 Downs, Daniel 152 Downs, Jackie 161 Drake, Margaret 42, 43, 59, 180 Drollinger, Raymond 67, 162 Drysdale, James 180 Ducey, Charlene 61, 162 Duckworth, Gordon 60, 71, 180 Dulis, Bette 152 Duncan, Robert 55, 162 Dunham, Nancy 43, 162 Dunifer, Donald 63, 169 Dunlap, Sharon 152 Dunn, D. 162 Durheim, Sharon 62, 66, 162 Dutton, L. 162 Dutton, Richard 62, 162 Dvorak, Leo 33 Dyball, Carolyn 152 Dye, Jerry 49, 162 E Eads, Howard 180 Eagleton, Gary 162 Eastern State News 82-84 Eastin, Elyn 152 Eaton, Samuel 180 Eberhardt, James 27 Edgar, Thomas 51, 71 Edgington, Joel 51 Education Department 34 Edmunson, Jim 110,112 Conley, John H. 48, 49, 65, 67, 168 Conner, Charles L. 55, 161 Cook, Dwight 161 Cook, Edward P. 57, 67, 168 Cook, Florence 61, 151 Cook, Glenn 161 Cook, Richard 161 Coon, Sandra 68, 168 Day, Rodney 53, 169 Dean, Kenneth 151 Dean of Instruction 38 Dean of Students 38 Dean of Women 38 Deatley, Paul 151 DeBois, JoAnn 61, 143, 152 Edwards, Arthur 34 Edwards, June 67, 69, 169 Edwards, Robert 53, 162 Edwards, Sue 59, 61, 62, 169 Egley, R. 169 iSee Gordonl Eitel, Sandra 152 ' Ekeberg, Gladys 23 Cooprider, Michael 67, 161 Coordinators 35 Cole, F. 179 Copeland, Marilyn 45, 100, 161 Deckard, Richard 169 Decker, David 65, 122, 137, 169 Decker, Howard 84, 169 Decker, James 169 Deimel, Gilbert 161 Ekstrand, Margaret 27 Elder, Darreli 57, 169 Elkins, Connie 45, 94, 100, 161 Elliott, Charles 30 Ellis, Mary 152 Cordera, Doris 43, 63, 69, 179 Corey, Betty 168 Corey, Don 37, 168 Corley, R. 161 Deitz, Sandra 43, 161 Delta Zeta 42, 43, 99 Deming, Donna 152 Deming, Henry 179 Ellison, Barbara 61, 152 Ellison, Carol Ann 66 Corn, Terry 151 Cornelissen, Don 178 Cornell, Paul 142, 178 Cortelyou, Michael 151 Coslet, Dorothy 161 Coslet, Harold 151 Denham, Julia 29 Denkert Charles 180 Dennis, 'Clifford 161 Dennis, Denton Sharon 45, 161 Mary 169 DeSoto: Anthony 26 Elmore, Maurice 164 Elmore, Walter 28, 119 Ely, H. 169 England, Betty 152 England, Carroll 169 English Club 69 English Department 23 Epsilon Pi Tau 68 Costello, Sandra 45, 63, 161 Cothern, Donald 151 Countryman, Calvin 32 Courson, Stanley 161 Coverstone, Don 179 Covi, Isabel 151 Dever, Edward 169 DeVinney, Helen 31, 66 Devlin, William 161 Dickerson, Earl 25 Dicus, Barbara 169 Diepholz, Ken 122 Ernst, Charles 152 Ernst, Kay 152 Ernst, Shirley 66, 180 Erwin, Clittord 30 Erwin, Donald 152 Esker, Donald 152 Cowger, Kaye 43, 66, 161 Cox, Orville 151, 179 Cox, Paul 65 Craiq, Nancy 67, 151 Craig, Virqinia 151 Cramer, Carole 151 Crane, l.ewis 65, 151 Crang, Richard 57, 64, 70, 169 Crawford, Charles 51, 112, 142 Crawford, Gerald 161 Page Our Hundred IWIIPM'-.six Dill, Florence 180 Dill, Robert 65, 180 Dillier, James 65, 152 Dillman, Director Earl 161 of Admissions 36 Director of Extension 36 Director of Research 36 Director of Student Activities 36 Dirks, Dick 65, 180 Disque, William 180 Esker, Marie 44, 45, 95, 96, 180 Etchason, Howard 180 Ethridge, Jerry 152 Evans, Dwight 162 Evans, Jean 152 Evans, Roberta 58, 169 Eveland, Joe 64, 65 Eveland, Larry 162 Ewing, Billy 162 Ewing, Donald 152 1 F Fagan, Clifford 25, 69 Fair, Glen 74, 181 Fair, Phillip 152 Fairs, Johanne 83, 152 Falk, Dorothy 162 Fossero, James 162 Fassero, Roleen 169 Fawley, Juanita 162 Federman, Barbara 61, 152 Fells, L. 169 Ferguson, Max 21, 70 Ferrari, Kenneth 123, 152 Ferree, Bernard 64, 169 Ferree, Evelyn 181 Ferree, Kathleen 152 Fields, David 112 Finch, Lulu 152 Finley, Larry 169 Fisher, David 181 Fisher, Leon 181 Fisher Miriam 181 Fisher' Raymond 50, 51, 111, 118, 122 Fisher, Roger 60 Fitch, Russell 67 Fitch, Ellen 66, 67, 162 Fitzsimmans, Ronald 152 Fleanor, Bob 115 Fleming, Carolyn 152 Fleming, Mildred 181 Fleming, Robert 162 Flenner, Glenda G. 45, 169 Fogle, Carl Dean 56, 58, 67, 96, 169 Foltz, Denver 49, 66, 181 Football 117 Football Squad 121 Foreign Language Department 26 Foreman, Melvin 19, 69 Fortino, Charles 169 Foss, Jack 152 Foulke, Myra 162 Fowler, Ewell 30 Frame, Gayle 162 Francis, Richard 181 Francisco, Robert 57, 162, 181 Frantz, Ellaine 61, 181 Frantz, Lorraine 61, 181 Frattura, Rose 43 Freeland, Gary 152 Freeman, Larry 152 Freeman, Nancy 152 Freidhoft, Walter 34 French, Donna 152 French, John 152' Frew, Peggy 42, 43, 66, 93, 100, 169 Fricke, Jack 152 Fritche, Donna 152 Fritchle, George 152 Fritchle, James 152 Fritts, Harold 20 Fritz, Lela 152 Frost, Harry 71 Frost, Jackie 69, 169 Fulk, Robert 121 Fuller, Fuller, Fulton Fulton, Charles 67, 162 Kenneth 67, 152 Carla 181 Darrell 152 Fults, Ronald 69 Funk, Gloria 162 Fuqua, Mildred 169 Future Teachers 70 Fyffe, John 181 G Gabbard, Glendon 22, 58, 59, 78, 79 Gabbard, Lucy 22 Gaddis, John 152 Gaffney, Donald 153 Galbreath, Pauline 181 Gallenbach, Robert 162 Galloway, James 68, 169 Galloway, Shirley 42, 43, 182 Gamma Delta 66 Gamma Theta Upsilon 60 Garbe, Ernest 112, 169 Gardner, Donovan 58 Garner, Cecil 153 Gomer, Curtis 34, 61 Garner, Donald 169 Garner, James 37, 70, 82, 86, 87, 96, 182 Garrity, Jerry 112 Gates, Newell 37 Genesio, Nemo 153 Geography Department 17 George, Darrell 162 Gepford, Evelyn 162 Gericke, Delwin 182 German Club 62 Getz, Janet 153 Gibbs, Sue 45 Gibson, Luther 162 Giffin, James 25 Gilbert, Kathleen 43, 61, 66 Gilbert, G. 169 Gill, Barbara 60, 62 Gilmore, William 153 Gilpin, Robert 55, 112, 123, 182 Guyer, Judith 153 Gitzen, Julian 169 Goddard, John 112, 123 Goekler, Ralph 153 Goldasich, Michael 153 Golf 142 Gondry, Janet 153 Gonzales, Rudy 51, 115, 169 Goodman, Phyllis 59, 169 Goodrich, Carolyn 42, 43, 58, 59, Goodwin, Luiean 43, 59, 71 Goodrich, Jean 78 Gordon, Lawrence 82, 87, 182 Gordon, Ruth 47 Gorman, James 62, 170 Gorsich, Patricia 153 Gossett, Gerald 112, 170 Grado, Louis 34, 70 Graham, Betty 153 Graham, Ray 60, 69, 171 Grandt, Carroll 53, 170 Granquist, Poul 51, 84, 115, 170 Grant, Marshall 153 Gray, Ann 43, 66, 96, 101, 170 Greasom, Ken 113 Greathouse, Garfield 53, 162 61, 162 Greathouse, Miriam 42, 43, 66, 182 Greek, Jean 53 Green, Barbara 153 Green, Barbara S, 182 Green, Bill 79 Green, Gerald 37 Green, Jean 153 Green, John 170 Green, John D. 153 Green, Joseph 153 Green, Mariorie 153 Green, Richard 170 Greenwell, Charlotte 43 Greenwell, Sharon 153 Greesom, Kenneth 51, 170 Gregg, Raymond 37 Gregory, Carol 44, 45, 58, 59, 63 Gregory, Carole 45, 59, 63, 162 Griffin, Barbara 45 Griffin, Laura 61, 63, 153 Grittith, Cecil 182 Griffith, James 122, 182 Grisamore, Charles 53, 65, 170 Grissom, Joe 58, 62, 67, 153 Groothuis, Monte 48, 49, 70, 170 Groves, William 28, 119 Grunloh, Theresa 153 Gudauskas, Delores 43, 162 Guinagh, Kevin 26 Gunderson, Gayne 162 Gunderson, Leanne 170 Gurnea, Ralph 162 Gustin, Roger 182 Guy, Sally 71 Guyer, Demo 43, 66, 162 Guyer, Martha 182 H Haas, James 153 Haddock, Thomas 67, 162 182 Hafliger, Phyliss 162 Haggart, Barbara 153 Hahn, Angela 45, 162 Haight, Edith 29 Hainey, Robert 183 Hall, Perry 162 Hall, Zollie 182 Holloway, Cecil 115 Halterman, Charles 170 Hambright, Donald 182 Hamilton, Charles 49, 162 Hamilton, Marvin 170 Hamma, Joyce 45, 58, 59, 80, 94, Hamman, Sharon 153 Hanlon, John 170 Hanson, Francis 183 Harbert, Donald 162 Harder, Jocquelynn 170 Harder, James 51, 60, 65, 112, 182 Harder, Robert 162 Hardway, Edward 153 Hardy, Everett 49, 183 Hardy, Jerry 163 Harp, Mildred 163 Harrington, William 51, 163 Harris, Ann 163 Harris, Kent 163 Harris, Ronald 153 Harrison, Carlos 163 Harrison, Larry 56, 57, 170 Harrison, Richard 163 Harrold, Sherill 60, 69, 170 Hart, Darwin 153 Hart, Dorothy 29 Hart, James 60 Hart, Lawrence 58, 59, 63, 78, 96 Hartweger, Edward 53, 183 Harvey, Michael 49, 64, 65, 112, 170 Haskett, James 163 Hoskins, Wayne 122, 153 Hastings, Glenn 51, 163 Hastings, Jean 153 Hatfield, James 53, 137, 170 Hatfield, Roy 137, 183 Hatfill, Donna 183 Hatfill, Gerald 153 Hathaway, Janet 70 Houghton, Helen 31 Hawkey, Lynn 112, 163 Hawkins, Helen 71 Haxton, Gerald 65, 170 Hayden, Shirley 153 Hayward, Joseph 60, 71 Health Service 37 Hearn, Kenneth 51, 115, 183 Heath, Allan 153 Heath, Jerry 37 Heath, John 170 Heath, Paula 163 Heath, Richard 183 Heiden, Marie 163 Heien, Frederick 163 Heiney, Herbert 183 Heiney, Robert 57, 113 Heischmidt, Margaret 163 Heise, Bryan 34, 36 Heller, Hobart F. 38, 60, 99, 103 Helton, Bill 153 Helveter, Richard 163 Hemann, Ardith 66, 153 Henderson, Wilma 68, 153 Henkes, Theodore 153 Henry, Carole 64, 153 Henry, Sheila 66, 170 Hensley, Richard 57, 170 Henson, Marilyn 67, 170 Hepburn, Carolyn 153 Herman, Alice 43, 170 Herrin, Larry 170 Herrin, Bob 170 Herrin, Robert 183 Herring, Esther 153 Herron, Larry 62, 67, 82 Herron, Russell 50, 51, 70, 95, 183 Herzog, Gary 153 Hesler, Ken 37 Hesler, Robert 183 Pane One Hundred N1'm't't'-.rL"L'cu Hester, Kathryn 45, 183 Heyard, J. 170 Hickerman, Gary 153 Hickerson, Gary 123 Hicks, James 153 Higgins, Jon 57, 60, 71, 170 Higgs, Jack 153 Highsmith, Paul 55, 184 Hilderbrand, Roberta 153 Hill, Charlotte 43, 58, 59, 163 Hill, Jack 153, 163 Hill, Janet Jo 67, 68 Hill, Jim 78 Hill, Sheila iSee Waynel 170 Hill, William J. 163 Hilligoss, Elizabeth 170 Hills, Robert Lee 153 Hilton, Jack 122 Hine, Larry 53 Hinkel, Mitzie L. 153 Hinterscher, Raymond 163 Hinton, David W. 57, 64, 170 Hinton, Max W. 163 Kirby, Dennis K. 154 Hinton, Nancy C. 46, 47 Hirschelman, Dorothy 184 Hise, Jerry 127 Hlafka, James 53, 184 Hockman, Danny M. 163 Hodgson, Arlene M. 45, 59, 170 Hodson, Sonia Lou 153 Hoedebecke, Carol 43, 83, 86, 170 Hoffman, Jarett D. 70 Hoftmeister, Donald E. 66, 69 Holley, Charles 142 Holly, Bertrand 25, 60 Holmes, Martha A. 61, 143, 163 Home Ec Club 61 Home Economics Department 31 Hood, Judith E. 157 Hopkins, Dan C. 55, 60, 62, 67, 71, 184 Hopkins, Jon 22, 58 Hopkins, Ramona J. 154 Hopper, Jo Ann 61, 154 Hopper, John E. 57, 58 Hortenstine, Sona L. 43, 163 Howard, Harrell M. 163 Howard, John R. 65 Hubbell, Calvin E. 170 Huddleston, Barbara 154 Huff, Keith D. 163 Huff, Rosemary 46, 58, 170 Hutter, Alan 49 HuFfman, John 51, 112, 163 Hughes, Anita 43, 163 Hughes, Author 25, 63 Huisinga, Alice Joan 154 Hulse, Dolores 69 Hummer, Charles 33 Humphres, Mary E. 45, 70 Humphrey, Glen T. 154 Humphries, M. 170 Hunt, Betty L. 43, 163 Hunt, Paul 154 Hurst, Harvey A. 154 Hurst, Paul W. 154 Hutchinson, Carol 154 Hutchcraft, Marilyn I. 42, 43, 170 Hutchens, John 163 Hutchens, Robert 55, 184 Hutton, Donald E. 60, 170 lcenogle, Blanche G. 184 Independent Student Association 67 industrial Arts Club 68 lnduslrial Arts Department 30 lnterfraternity Council 67 Ireland, Richard L. 53, 170 Isaacs, Virginia L. 163 lves, Henry G. 154 lwai, Charles T. 163 J Jachino, Robert J. 55, 67, 163 Jackson, Andy R. 65 Jackson George E. 154 Jackson, Harry L. 184 Pago One Hundred Ninety-eight Jackson, Martha K. 154 Jahant, Judith E. 70 James, Robert D. 170 Jann, Leonard R. 170 Janney, John 154 Jarrell, Elizabeth 154 Jarvis, Jerry R. 146, 154 Jasper, Clarence 122, 184 Jeffers, Dale E. 137, 163 Jeftris, Ronald D. 163 Jenkins, Shirley M. 61, 69, 170 Jenkins, Thomas 51 Jennings, Barbara L. 154 Jennings, Glenn 184 Jett, Phyllis A. 43, 170 Johns, Doris J. 47, 59, 93, 163 Johnson, B. 163 Johnson, Barbara L. 67, 170 Johnson, Glenda A. 154 Johnson, Jo Anne 45, 58, 184 Johnson, Robert 53 Johnson, Robert W. 184 Johnson, Rosalie Y. 61, 184 Johnson, Teddy 53, 70, 170 Johnston, Gerald E. 53, 112, 163 Jones, D. 171 Jones, Harold 154 Jones, Janice A. 163, 184 Jones, John R. 53, 184 Jones, Kathryn E. 171 Jones Mary M. 184 Jonesj Melvin 69, 185 Jones, Walter R. 51 Jones, William W. 55, 70, 143, Jordan, Anna L. 154 Joshu, lrene Ann 154 Judge, Darrell 99 Juravich, Tom A. 67, 112 Kamp, K Richard L. 154 Kannmacher, Charlotte 70, 154 Kannmacher, Phyllis N. 154 Kappa Kappa Delta Pi 61 Mu Epsilon 60 Kappa Omicron Phi 66 Kappa Sigma Kappa 56, 57 Kearney, Carol Ann 154 Keiser, John H. 51, 65, 115, 171 Kelley, John E. 185 Kelley, Richard L. 163 Kelley, Sharon L. 154 Kelley, Shirley K. 185 Kelly, Bessie C. 154 Kelly, Chenault 23 Kelly, Harold D. 60 Kelly, Wallace E. 69 Kelly, William 112, 113 Kemper, Ruth l. 171 Kenda ll, David N. 71, 185 Kennedy, Thomas W. 154 Kenney, Pat 45 Kenny, Joan E. 43, 185 Kenny, M. 170 Kerans, Barbara J. 154 Kerans, Norman E. 154 Kiang, Yeng Chang 17, 60 Kibler, Corine M. 154 Kidwell, Patricia M. 61, 67, 70, Kies, Conrad A. 51, 171 Kilburn, Bernadine 173 Kilpatrick, Julia 31 Kimbe King, King, rlin, Jerry 154 Jim W. 71, 171 Myrna 163 Kinney, Dale 163 Kinsall, Joyce C. 58, 59, 163 Kirchh oft, Joyce Ann 154 Kirk, Carolyn M. 43, 101, 185 Kirkpatrick, Mariorie 154 Kirkton, Rodney Max 154 Kitche Kitche Kitche Klaas, n, Donald Lea 143, 154 n, Mildred A. 154 n, Ronald Ray 52, 53, 67, Charles J. 163 171,185 96. 170 87 Klarman, William L. 64, 185 Klehm, Walter 30 Kline, Judd 23 Knicely, Bruce 110, 112 Knight, Joyce E. 70, 154 Kniskern, Verne 21, 70 Knollenberg, John D. 54, 55, 185 Knoop, Cary 32 Knop, Marilyn A. 163 Knop, Vernon H. 163 Knowles, Billie J. 42, 43, 94, 185 Knupt, Joe 154 Koehn, Kenneth H. 154 Koenecke, Alice J. 66, 67, 154, 164 Koger, Janet D. 164 Kaiima, Elaine S. 66 Kolf, Mary E. 154 Koonce, Joel 154 Kougeoures, Sofia 71, 171 Kovack, Robert D. 53, 185 Kragler, Richard A. 154 Kratochvil, Roger Lee 154 Krueger, Julia Ann 45, 185 Krueger, Marilyn L. 42, 43, 70, 84 Kruger, Wayne R. 51, 185 Krukowski, John D. 52, 53, 185 Krutza, June 32 Kuehn, John A. 57, 70, 164 Kuenneth, James C. 155 Kuhns, Levi L. 171 Kuhns, Wilma N. 155 Kull, C. 185 L Lackey, Donald D. 137 Lacosta, George 155 Lafterty, Dean 155 Lake, Danny M. 155 Lamb, Joseph F. 65, 155 Lambert, Bobie J. 164 Landenberger, Barbara 186 Landers, Edward 155 Landes, Bert Allan 49, 60, 64, 70 Landis, Russell 30 Lane, Eldon W. 171 Lang, Donald F. 56, 57, 60, 68, 155 186 Lanker, Larry 155 Lanktord, Fred G. 164 Lonman, Luan M. 66, 171 Lantz, Charles "Pop" 108 Lape, Keith R. 171 Larimer, John W. 49, 68, 186 Lash, Billie W. 49, 142, 164 Lashinski, Alice M. 164 Lass, Leonard 49, 171 Lathrop, Bill Neil 61, 68, 143 Lathrop, Robert 171 Laub, Maynard W. 50, 51, 65, 68, 171 Lawrence, Noble D. 186 Lawson, Duane M. 155 Lawson, Elizabeth 38 Lawson, Roger K. 171 Layman, Richard O. 53 Leach, Marilyn 174 Leach, Robert A. 122, 155 Lear, Alberta F. 67, 171 Leatherman, Laraye 155 Leathers, Ronald Max 155 Leduc, Fred L. 155 Leduc, Marcel W. 155 Lee, Charlotte 155 Lee, David G. 65, 164 Lee, Maraien 27 Lee, Richard D. 64, 155 Leftler, Glen 18, 71 Legg, Darrel E. 155 Leggit, M. 155 Leighty, Donnie Lee 54, 55 Leighty, Margare 155 Leipholz, Roland 32, 66 Leist, Ronald Lee 155 Leitch, Faye R. 67, 186 Lenz, Robert L. 143, 171 Lenzini, Judith 155 Leonard, Ronald 51, 122, 186 Lesh, Dan 171 Lewis, James B. 155, 164 Lewis, James R. 65 Lewis, Janice 45 Lewis, Janice Lee 70, 155 Lewis, P. 155 Lewis, Terrence G. 115 Lewis, Tracy Dee 53, 186 Library 27 Lichtenwalter, Judith 155 Lillard, Rawlan 155 Limp, Charles A. 49, 171 Lincoln Hall Council 71 Lindenmeyer, Delane W. 83 Lindley, Marian J. 45, 186 Lindley, Rex Dean 171 Lindsay, David E. 55 Lipscomb, Helen L. 45, 69, 186 Lipscomb, Keydoll 155 Lisak, Mary Jane 42, 43, 61, 71, 171 Littleton, Thomas E. 186 Lloyd, Elizabeth 164 Long, Charles E. 186 Longbons, Edythe Ann 61, 186 Longeneker, Beverly A. 47, 66, 171 Loveless, Lois Ann 70, 171 Loving, W. 171 Lower, Darrell E. 57, 96, 186 Lowry, Warren L. 60, 69, 70, 82, 171 Ludwig, Lloyd B. 53, 116, 127, 136, 186 Lundstrom, Russ E. 50, 51, 60, 186 Lundy, Joan Ruth 61, 66, 67, 164 Lusk, Beatrice K. 70, 164 Lyons, Linda Mary 43, 164 M Mabry, Dora Jean 164 Macintosh, Charles 17 Madix, Edward E. 55, 62, 64, 171 Maddox, Ed 112 Magnus, Merle E. 66, 171 Magsamen, Richard C. 51, 65, 122, 137 Mailloux, Patricia A. 45, 71, 171 Malloch, Russell B. 155 Maycrott, Janice F. 47, 164 McAchran, Gerald E. 155 McAllister, B. 171 McAfee, Florence 29 McCain, Jerry W. 155 McCann, Carol D. 58, 59, 63, 80, 96, McClenathan, Bonnie J. 155 McCallum, Nancy C. 164 McCormack, Ray G. 164 McCormick, Cyrus M. 57, 186 McCulIers, John W. 51, 171 McCumber, Ella M. 171 McCusker, Philip l. 171 McDaniel, Doris G. 171 McDaniel, R. 171 McDevitt, Tom 115 McDowell, Herbert G. 55 McDowell, Robert D. 71 McElroy, Mary E. 59, 164 McGahey, Virginia L. 155 McHenry, Dale R. 171 Mclntosh, Michael C. 60, 62, 155 McKee, William E. 143, 187 McKenna, Lucille 27, 61 McKenna, Raymond 34 McKenzie, Daniel 155 McManaman, Paul L. 55 McMillan, Rolan 164 McMuller, D. 171 McNeil, Jame 155 McVaigh, Betty Lee 171 McVickar, Dan B. 156 Meadows, Richard N. 58, 59, 78, 80, Mear, Christine 156 Meflord, Dorothea J. 187 Meloy, Lois Ann 43, 187 Mendenhall, Avice A. 83, 164 Men's Physical Education Department Meredith David L. 164 Merry, Raymond W. 71, 156 Merz, Carolyn M. 59, 86, 172 Methodist Student Movement 61, 156 Metsker, Robert 70, 172 Mettle O Mandler, E. 155 Mandrell, Dave 155 Manning, Albert M. 187 Manning, Mary Jane 155 Margruder, Marilyn 155 Mansfield, Joseph P. 55, 187 Mansfield, Nancy E. 155 Mansholt, Herbert R. 51, 164 Manuel, Arthur Max 70 Marching Band 75 Marcy, Lawson 19, 69 Markel, Edward A. 52, 53 Marker, Harold 24 Marks, lca 20, 64 Marsh, Frederick 49, 164 Marshall, Gladys A. 43, 187 Marshall, Robert M. 51, 69, 95, 187 Martin, Barbara A. 171 Martin, Betty L. 187 Metter, Dean E. 70 r, Larry C. 164 Meurlot, Carole Ann 45, 164 Meyer, Martha J. 43, 164 Meyer, Shirley J. 43, 187 Michael, Elizabeth 26 Martin, Beulah 155 Martin, Elwyn 17, 60 Martin, Georgia 66, 155 Martin, Lawrence 187 Martin, Pearl L. 67, 155 Martin, Pem B. 58, 187 Martin, Ralph S. 49, 171 Martin, Richard 187 Martin, Robert 62, 70, 171 Martin, Ronald G. 155 Martin, Rosemary 187 Mosley, John 28 Mason, Richard 115, 164 Micha els, Kenneth D. 156 Michaels, Robert 70 Miess, Martin 26, 62 Milam, Carole 61, 172 Milby, Leslie E. 53, 68, 172 Milholland, John C. 50, 51, 65, 112, 1 Miller, Charles W. 156 Miller, Edward L. 164 Miller, Howard M. 187 Miller, Jerry Lee 55, 70 Miller, John C. 172, 188 Miller, Larry C. 69 Miller, Leonidas 62 Miller, Marilyn L. 61, 164 Miller, Marshall 164 Miller, Mary Ann 69, 188 Miller, Robert S. 172 Miller, Sue Ann 156 Millis, Donna iSee Vantassell Milton, Harold D. 156 Minder, Lawrence 164 Miner, William 36 Mitchell, James 55, 110, 112, 164 Modern Dance 105 Moler, Donald 34, 37 Moncel, Delbert L. 49, 172 Math Club 60 Mathematics Department 24 Motheny, Chuck 110, 112 Mather, Merrillie 23 Mathias, Catherin 172 Mathias, Ethel A. 155 Matthius, Nancy C. 61, 155 Mattox, Mary Ann 155 Matzner, G. C. 34, 36 Maudlin, Sarah 187 Maxedon, James H. 54, 55, 172 Maxwell, Jerry Joe 164 Monge, James 53, 115, 173 Monge, Ronald P. 122 Montague, B. 172 Montgomery, Noel 60, 65, 172 Montgomery, Rita 46, 47, 59, 94, 172 Moody, Eugene 69, 172 Moomaw, Barbara 46, 47, 172 Moomaw, John E. 156 Moore, Allan C. 113, 188 Moore, Chloann 172 Moran, Donald R. 188 Morford, Arthur G. 51 171 172 28 27, 136, 172 Moritz, Nancy 156 Morgan, Cazal 43, 64, 70, 172 Morr, Edward R. 164 Morris, Alice J. 59, 61, 62, 172 Morris, Sadie O. 31 Morrison, Ellen E. 43 Morrison, Evelyn Morrison, Gerald Morrison, J. 172 L. 172 G. 164 Moss, Phyllis C. 156 Mottershaw, Gerald G. 122 Moutray, William H. 48, 49, 64, 112, 121 Muchmore, James C. 51, 64, 188 Muchmore, John Mueller, Rose M. M. 58, 59, 80, 172 43, 69, 172 Mullins, Sherrill D. 49 Mullis, Glenda M. 83, 156 Munsey, Jesse Van 172 Murphin, J. 164 Murphy, David W. 49 Murphy, Dan Errol 172 Murphy, John 112 Murphy, Lynda S. 45, 61, 63 Murphy, Phillip A. 57, 143 Murray, William R. 172 Musgrave, Ronald D. 70 Musgrave, Carolyn A. 156 Music Department 33 , 70, 96, 188 Music Educators National Conference 62 Myers, K. 172 Myers, Nancy J. 61, 156 Myers, Trilla S. 172 Myers, Verlon D. 123, 137, 156 N "Napoleon" 72 Neal, Paula L. 61, 172 Needs, Judith 156 Neeley, Jimmie K. 172 Neeley, Ruth P. 172 Neibch, William R. 65, 122, Nelson, Anna Jane 156 Newman Club 64 Newman, Frederick 156 164 Newman, Jerry L. Newport, Marvin 51, 60, 63, 188 G. 51, 67, 69, 96, 188 Niccum, Gene A. 55 Nickell, Franklin 123, 188 Nickells, Wayne 156 Nickum, Charles C. 172 Niebrugge, Celeste A. 188 Nix, Mariorie L. 45, 164 Niziolkiewicz, Pauline 64, 66, 188 Nolette, Roger J. 60, 172 Noren, Ron 112 Noren, Ronald R. 53, 123, 172 Norman, Wanda 45, 172 Norris, Ann 43, 58, 70, 172 Nugent, Clifford 49, 172 Nugent, J. Dean 84 Nuxoll, Joan 47, 164 Oakley, Phyllis 45, 94, 164 O'Brien, Maynard "Pat" 28, O'De!l, Joe 78 O'Dell, Martha 156 Oglesby, J. W. 86, 164 Oh, Moon Sang 68 O'Hara, James J. 156 Ohlsen, Ann 172 Ohlsen, Elizabeth 43 O'Keefe, John 64 Olmstead, Raymond 164 Olsen, Hans 34 Orr, Donald 156 - Osborn, Juanita 156 Osborn, Max G. 164 Osterkamp, George 53, 188 Oswalt, William 156 Owens, Barbara H. 43, 61, 6 110,112 6, 96,172 Owens, Wayne S. 49, 58, 78, 188 Ozier, James R. 83 P Paddick, Joanne 156 Paddock, Hal R. 172 Page, Charles 67 Page One Hundred Ninety nine Pahde, Alan E. 156 Palmer, Francis 23, 70, 85 Palmer, George 60, 69, 172 Palmer Palmer Panhel PCPP. , K. 156 , Patricia 70, 164 lenic Council 59 Stanley J. 156 Paris, Patricia 43, 58, 59, 78, 189 Parker, John N. 164 Parker, Linda S. 156 Parkes, Jim L. 189 Parkes, Martha E. 189 Parmentier, Bill 115 Parrish , Robert E. 65, 112, 123, 164 Parsons, Don A. 53, 58, 189 Pasero, Joyce A. 156 Pasini, Raymond 51 Passalacqua, Rosann 156 Patrick, Daniel 165 Paul, Sandra 156 Pauley, Linda 45, 165 Pauley, Roger 156 Payne, Judith A. 165 Pem Hall Council 63 Pence, Aloise 172 Pennypacker, Paula M. 156 Pernecky, John 33 Peterka, Harry 21, 70 Peterka, John J. 55, 70, 172 Peterka, Nancy J. 45, 165 Petersen, Sandra 172 Peterson, Larry 55, 165 Peterson, Virginia 156 Petrokovitch, Ruth 43 Pfaff, Cecelia 43, 165 Phi Alpha Theta 64 Phi Sigma Epsilon 52, 53 Phi Sigma Mu 59 Phipps, Harris 19 Physics Physics Department 18 Club 71 Pi Delta Epsilon 70 Pi Kappa Delta 58 Pi Omega Pi 69 Pialorsi, Frank 62, 70 Pilcher, Millicent 172 Pinksto Pinksta n, Eula Faye 156 ff, George 172 Pinnell, Mary 156 Pinnell, Patricia 156 Pinther, Harold 28, 118, 137 Pippen, Richard 49, 189 Pippin, Walter J. 189 Pirtle, Reta 165 Pixley, Lorene 67, 68, 173 Plath, Raymond 16 Players Plotner 59, 77, 78, 79, 80 , C. 156 Poggenpohl, Marilyn J. 156 Pool, David 156 Pool, F rancine 43, 61, 63, 66, 173 Pool, Larry 156 Poole, Roger 53, 70, 165 Poole, Winfred M. 62, 189 Porter, Edith M. 165 Potter, Beverley 43, 165 Foyer, Jean C. 173 Poynter, James 53, 65, 173 Frost, Phyllis 44, 45, 66, 70, 173 Pribble, Gene 55, 173 Pribble, Merida 173 Price, Charles W. 173 Price, Kenneth L. 54, 55, 189 Price, Rebecca D. 156 Price, Robert L. 170 Pries, Donald A. 66, 165 R Radio Guild 58 Rainey, Gilbert H. 60 Rainey, Rosemary l.. 61, 173 Ramsey, Vera R. 58, 67, 165 Randolph, Gary K. 165 Rasmussen, D. 165 Rawis, Hugh 21, 70 Ray, Rex 30 Rea, Mildred M. 69, 189 Read, Ronald E. 173 Reading Clinic 37 Rector, Mary Lou 157 Redmon, Emilie Ann 165 Reece, Theodore D. 157 Reed, Larry L. 157 Reedy, Daniel R. 54, 55, 96, 189 Reedy, Kathleen A. 157 Registrar 37 Rehbein, Allan J. 165 Reich, M. 165 Reid, Christine 157 Reid, Mary E. 157 Reinbold, Helen L. 43, 67, 165 Reinhardt, Emma 34, 61 Renfro, Carolyn J. 42, 43, 69, 189 Renis, Leroy W. 157 Rennels, D. 165 Rexroat, Paul A. 51, 112, 165 Rhodes, C. 165 Rhodes, Edward L. 122, 157 Ricchiardi, Donna R. 45, 165 Rice, Arlin Lee 190 Richards, Audrey A. 157 Richards, Barbara J. 43, 71, 165 Richards, Jacqueline 173 Richards, James M. 137 Richardson, Coyne V. 52, 53, 190 Richardson, Doris R. 43, 190 Ridlen, Bernice E. 165 Ridlen, Beulah I. 165 Riebe, Harland 29 Righter, Kenneth 165 Riley, Karen L. 45, 173 Rimshas, Marge L. 45, 190 Rincker, Shirley A. 173 Ring, Marlene 165 Ringenberg, Lawrence 24, 60 Risley, William 65, 116, 165 Roberds, Arlan D. 157 Roberds, Gene A. 55, 190 Robertson, William D. 173 Robinson, James A. 157 Robinson, Robert F. 165 Robinson, Ruth J. 165 Roderick, Roger 165 Rodgers, Dorothy M. 46, 47, 173 Roesch, J. 165 Roeslein, Clare E. 43, 63, 86, 95, 96, 173 Rogers, Phyllis R. 189 Rogers, Thomas Y. 70, 165 Romack, Carolee 43, 58, 59, 78, 80, 190 Romack, Paul 157 Rommel, George 23 Ronchetto, John A. 173 Ross, Emily J. 173 Ross, Glenn 22, 58 Ross, Jack 190 Ross, M. Ruth 61, 157, 173 Rothe, Lucille 43, 66, 173 Rotter, Geraldine 94, 157 Ruble, Edith M. 157 Ruddell, Paul F. 157 Ruesch, Alon D. 157 Prince, Bill R. 189 Prince, Carol Ann 165 Prince, Margaret 31 Prince, Peggy 173 Publications 81 Public Relations Office 37 Putt, John 123 Pullen, H. A. 165 Pulliam, Charles R. 79, 189 Purcell, John F. 51, 189 Puyear, Janet 43, 165 Page Two Hundred Rumold, Joyce E. 43, 173 Russell, Allan D. 67, 190 Russell, G. 165 Ruwe , Leon L. 157, 165 Ruyle, Asa 37 Ryan, Charles E. 49, 78 Ryan, Gene 190 Ryan, Thomas 190 Ryle, Carolyn 29 S Saatkamp, Patricia A. 165 Safter, Karen M. 157 Sager, Robert 49, 190 Sallee, Carol L. 165 Samford, Carol J. 165 Sams, Jon M. 157 Sanders, Bonnie 157 Sanders, James A. 62, 165 Sanser, Donald 157 Saries, J. 157 Sarver, Robert D. 157 Sarver, S. 173 Sassarossi, Theresa 43, 173 Satkamp, G. 173 Sawlaw, F. 157 Sawyer, Judith Ann 157 Scattergood, Beverly 157 Schable, Anamary 157 Schaupp, Roscoe 27 Schimanski, Walter H. 157 Schmidt, Carol I. 47, 66, 165 Schmidt, J. 165 Schnepper, Patricia L. 157 Schnick, Carol S. 43, 165 Schoening, Arthur A. 51, 173 Scholwin, Joni E. 61, 143, 190 Schrader, Glenn 173 Schroeder, Sally 66, 173 Schrom, Ned 34, 36 Schuetz, A. 165 Schuetz, Donna P. 157 Schuetze, Elizabeth 45 Schuetze, William C. 51, 115, 190 Schuler, Donald M. 55, 173 Scott, Mary 27 Scott, Ruth 67 Scott, Tommy 157 Scully, Dan 22, 58, 59 Scruggs, Walter 21, 70 Seaman, Connie Jo 67, 157 Seaman, Lenora 44, 45, 58, 93, 94 173 Seaman, Robert J. 71, 191 Seaton, Linda J. 67, 173 Sebens, Ethel 173 Sebright, David 115, 165 Secrist, Hazel 157 See, Evelyn S. 157 Seeley, Dorothy 165 Sellers, Lee 55, 173 Semetis, Warner 137 Sempsrote, Donald 157 Senn, Royal 165 Session, Charles 112, 127 Sewell, Robert Lee 191 Seybert, Lyle 191 Seymour, Glenn 16 Shadow, William 137 Shadwell, Delvenia G. 58, 67, 157 Shaeffer, Bruce 51, 83 Shafer, Jerry 49 Shaffer, George 61, 191 Shanholtzen, N. 191 Sharp, James 191 Shaw, Marilyn 157 Shawver, Linda 191 Sheffield, Nancy Lee 157 Sheffield, Nora 157 Shelton, Robert 191 Shields, Donald 57, 58, 165 Shirer, C. 157 Shirley, Marilyn 157 Shoemaker, Mary Lou 157 Shoemaker, Stanley 157 Shoot, John 69, 70, 123 Shore, Diana 173 Shoulders, Richard 49, 173 Shoulders, William 157 Showalter, Jerry 55 Shriner, Gari 190 Shull, Carl 32 Sidwell, Eli 48, 49, 67 Sievertsen, Elke 62, 66, 158 Sigma Alpha Eta 58 Sigma Kappa 46, 47 Sigma Sigma Sigma 44, 45 Sigma Pi 48, 49 Sigma Tau Gamma 50, 51 Silknitter, William 158 Simon, Barbara 61, 173 Sims, J. 166 Sims, Peggy 158 Sims, William 63, 191 Sisson, Patricia 166 Skelton, Paul 64, 191 Skvara, Donald 122 Slattery, Margaret 191 Slover, Myrna 166 Smargiossi, Donald 158 Strader, Michael 65, 174 Strohl, B. 158 Strain, Owen 166 Strawn, R. 174 Striedieck, Werner 158 Stripp, Barbara 29 Snyder, Harold E. 53, 65, 82 Social Smith, Bonita 173, 191 Smith B, J. 130 Smith: Carroll 113, 191 Smith, Catherine 33, 59, 64 Smith, Cynthia 173 Smith, D. 158 Smith, E. 173 Smith, Harvey 67, 173 Smith, Janet 173 Smith, K. 166 Smith, Keith 28, 118, 120 Smith, Lawrence 53, 115, 158 Smith, Leonard 158 Smith, Norman K. 166 Smith, Smith, Smith Robert 19, 69 Scott 18, 71 Sharon 158 166 Smithi Sharon L. 173 Snider, Sharon 158 Snyder , Charles 158 Snyder, Harold L. 173 Snyder Joyce 166 Soares: Anthony 71 Soares, Louise 71 Sollers, lra 138 Science Department 16 Strole, Hallie 71, 174 Stuckey, Phil 52, 53, 65, 67, Student Association 63 Student Wives 68 Student Fellowship 68 Stump, Bob 65, 192 Stumpf, James 166 Suhr, Betty 166 Sula, Maureen 166 Simmers, Carolyn 174 Summers, James 174 Summers, Patricia 158 Swanson, Judith 69, 158 Swartz, Phil 174 Sweeney, Jack 158 Sweeney, M. 166 Swinford, Betty 174 Swinford, Mary 166 Symphony Orchestra 76 96,116,192 Syfert, Samuel 57, 61, 69, 192 Syndergard, Rex 16 T Tabor, Corinne 158 Tabor, Richard 64, 174 Tankersly, John 192 Tarrell, Richard 166 Tash, Jerry 70 Salmon, Craig 49, 173 Sondermon, Robert 30 Sorrels, Mary Lee 158 Sparks, lrvin 18, 51, 71 Spear, Clarissa 166 Spear, Sue 166 Speech and Hearing Clinic 36 Speech Department 22 Speer, John 64 Spencer, Frank 158 Spillman, Larry 158 Spillman, Monte 53, 173 Spitale, Norma 43, 166 Spittler, Merle 43, 166 Spoonamore, Charles 158 Sponsler, M. 166 Sprague, R. 166 Stantield, B. 166 Stanfield, Carol 158 Stanfield, Rodger 158 Stanis, Leroy 158 Steele, Sidney 19 Stephens, Joanne 42, 43, 191 Sterling, Robert 16 Steury, Kenneth 158 Stevenson, Connie 43, 69, 173 Stewart, Don 51, 174 Stewart, Sue 158 Stilgebauer, Marilyn 158 Stillions, Lois 158 Stillwell, Don 53, 166 Stine, Gary 70, 166 Stines, Paul 158 Stivers, Jerry 174 Tau Kappa Epsilon 54-55 Taylor, Donna Sue 43, 60, 69, 174 Taylor, Gaylord 166 Taylor Kenneth 174 Taylor, Larry Lee 166 Taylor, Rex 166 Taylor, Robert 53 Teacher Placement Oftice 37 Tennis 116 Trost, Robert 174 Trover, Jacqueline 174 Troyer, Barbara 158 Troyer, Kay 158 Trueblood, Robert 174 Truitt, Jan 46, 70, 166 Tucker, Leona 158 Tucker, Neal 54, 55, 174 Tuggle, Thomas 166 Tull, Leaieanne 174 Tull, Shirley 158 Turner, George 55, 192 Turner, James 51 Turner, Richard 174 U Ulmer, Thomas 49, 66, 192 Ulz, Jon 192 Underwood, George 57, 192 Underwood, Robert 192 Unterbrink, Howard 65 Utter, Linda 45, 174 V Vail, Bobby 48, 49, 63, 193 Vanatta, Olive 61, 166 VanCleve, James 174 VanDeventer, Lester 24, 60 VanDyke, Randall S. 49, 166 VanFossen, Bobby Dean 159 VanHorn, Paris 28 Vannoy, Sandra 159 VanGilder, Joe 55, 161 VanTassell, Charles 193 VanTassell, Donna 43, 188 Varsity Club 65 Vaughan, Charles 123, 166 Vaughan, Gerald 60, 69, 193 Verhines, Jack 159 Veterans Service 36 Tevault, Oral Kent 158 Textbook Library 37 Thacker, Marilyn 43, 174 Theta Alpha Phi 58 Thoele, Mary Beth 158 Thomas, Jack 158 Thomas, Robert 174 Thompson, Charles 49, 60, 1 Thompson, Guy 158 Thompson, James 25, 69 Thompson, Marion 122 Thompson, Mary 37 Thompson, Robert 49, 166 Thornburgh, Fred 166 Thornton, Ruth 158 Thorson, Jack 70, 166 Thrall, Robert 30 Thurman, Wayne 22, 36, 58 Thut, Jiram 20, 64 Ticknor, Delores 43, 59, 61, Timmons, Juanita 43, 166 Timmons, Shirley 43, 192 Tingley, Donald 16, 51 Tingley, Karen 158 Tipsword, Ron 192 Todd, Barbara 61, 166 Tohill, Joan 166, 192 Tolch, Sam 158 Toliver, Dorothy 60, 174 Tolliver, Donnie 61, 158 Tolly, Lyle 158 Stockman, Cal 62, 65, 158 Stockman, David 62, 69, 74 Stockman, Paul 191 Stockman, Verne 36 Stoldt, Charles 192 Stoller, Carol 43, 64, 66, 174 Stoltz, Betty 174 Storm, Choristine 43 Storm, Floyd 65, 166 Storm, Richard 112, 166 Stover, Ernest 20, 64 Strock, Louis 65, 71, 122, 174 Tomevi, Gary 53, 174 Tomevi, Nancy 166 Tomlinson, Sharon 158 Tortorello. Rietta 45, 101, 19 Townley, Sylvia 158 Track Squad 112 Tracy, Norman 166 Trank, Lynn 32 Training School 35 Trapp, Alice 166 Travis, William 166 Trimble, Darrell 166 Trosper, O. 174 43, 160 63, 66, 174 2 Vets Club Officers 63 Vick, Ken 53, 174 Vierk, Vernon 65, 137 Voke, Neal 159 Volkers, Ruth 70, 159 Vonderheide, Eugene 174 Voorhies, Eleanor 66, 193 Voudrie, Elmer 167 Vulgamott, Janice 61 Voyles, Dennis 66, 167 W Waddell, Robert 18, 71 Wattle, Eugene 23, 69 Wagner, Carol Lee 45, 61, 63, 66 70 193 Wagner, J. 174 Wagner, Larry 159 Waldron, Wayne 49, 167 Walgren, John 159 Walker, Margaret 61 Walker, Wes 54, 55, 65, 91, 193 Wall, James 70 Wall, Rita 159 Walsh, Barbara 83, 159 Walstron, John 159 Waltemath, Ron 55, 193 Walter, David 59, 62, 174 Walter, D. 174 Walters, Al 122 Walton, Dora 66, 193 Waltrip, Thomas 167 Wamsley, Helen J, 43, 64 Ward, James R. 37, 55 Ware, Jon 65, 112, 123 Ware, June 159 Warman, Ramona 174 Warren, James 159 Warren, Mary 61, 174 Watson, Harlen 193 Wayne, Jack 57, 58, 59, 78, 79, 80, 161 Wayne, Shelia 43, Weaver, Lory 193 Webb, Eleanor 67, 58, 59, 78 167 Webb, George 58, 59, 84, 159 Weber, Alice 159 Weber, Jack 174 Page Two I-Iundred One Weber, Rosalee 167 Wells, Carol 159 Wells, Georgia 61, 174 Wendling, James 66, 143 Wendling, M. 159 Wendling, Ruth 61, 66, 174- Westcott, George 33, 74 Werman, Roger 174 West, Roger 50, 51, 65, 112, Westall, Michael 159 Weston, Donna 157 Wetzel, Laura 64 Wharton, Lyndon 193 Wharton, Robert 23 Wheaton, Raymond 55, 167 Wheeler, Jane 159 Wheeler, Patricia 43, 193 Whipkey, Bob 158 Whiston, Joseph 174 Whitaker, Joseph 157 Whitaker, John 174 White, Ben 82, 86, 167 White, Clifford 193 White, Clifton 113, 115 White, Larry 159 White, Martha 46, 47 White, Paul 58, 59, 78, 80, White, Raymond 112 White, Rose 47, 174 Whitehead, John 159 Whitehead, Leo 159 Whitley, J, 159 Whitley, Steve 52, 53, 62 Wilber, Allegra 167 Wildman, R. 159 Wilhite, Carol 61, 67, 68, 70 Page Tivo Hundred Tum 118,193 isa, 167 , 96, 174 Wilhour, Jan 61, 161 Williams, Billy 193 Willams, Gerald 55, 194 Williams, Jacqueline 45, 194 Williams, Mary 43, 167 Williams Philip 174 Williams, Robert 51, 174 Williams Robert S. 194 Williamson, Nancy 45, 174 Williamson, Sara 167 Willingham, John 53, 194 Willingham, J. 159 Willison, Delbert 159 Wills, Billy 159 Wilson, Francis 167 Wilson, Shirley 43 Wiman, Linda 70, 167 Winkleblack, Cyril 174 Winnett, Robert 194 Winters, Carole 43, 69, 83, 167 Wodtke, Joann 43, 66, 69, 174 Wolf, Ed 51, 66, 130, 167 Wolf, Frank 53, 66, 113, 127, 174 Wolf, Kenneth 68, 194 Wolf, William 66, 159 Wolff, Barbara 45, 167 Wolff, Dorothy 66, 194 Women's Physical Education Club 61 Women's Physical Education Depart Wondimagegnehou, Tafara 83, 103 Wong, Elsi 167 Wood, Bev 94, 174 Wood, James 194 Wood, Robert 55 Wood , William 16 Woodard, Martrene 159 ment 29 Woodfall, Richard 116 Woods, Nancy 42, 43, 59, 194 Woody, Wayne 58 Wooley, Gary 159 Worku, Amare 84, 103, 159 Wright, Barbara 42, 43, 66, 194 Wright, George 69 Wright, H. 167 wright, P. 167 Wycline, Darrell 112 Wynn, Jerry 174, 194 Yannocone, Nicholas Yard, Margie 159 Yardley, William 36, Yates, B. 169 Yates, Willard 64 Yeargin, Joe 51, 67 Yockey, James 159 York, Byron 49, 194 Young, Barbara 194 Young, Donald 159 Young, Keith 167 Zane, Marian 174 Zeigel, William 37 Zemont, Anna 159 Zimmer, Dave 194 Zoology Department Zoology Seminar 70 Y 115 63, 67 Z 21, 102 Two Hmzdred Four Acknowledgement Owen Marsh, Capiiol Engraving Company, Springfield Karl Roesler and Glenn Gill, In'rers+a+e Prinfers, Danville Fred Ryan, Phofographer Rick Myers, Phofographer Shirley Tremble, Pholographer We would like +o express our sincere apprecialion 'ro Mr. Fred Ryan for his excellenl work in processing 'lhe maiorify of +he picfures in lhis book. 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