Eastern Illinois University - Warbler Yearbook (Charleston, IL)

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' x IIIYIUIYBI1. flfilllfiflfq fllllf fr: f nfgf Eastern Illinois University, CharIeston, Illmons LP I W a rble -N men Counil PUBHC uhm, 900 Webster SUN' PO BOX 2270 l can wgynq, iN 46801-2270 The year of 1969-70 has been rightfully labeled a time of "Col- lege Unrest." Students all over the world became armies, marching on their administration buildings demanding their rights and march- ing on the Capitol building in Washington pleading for peace. Although Eastern Illinois University is somewhat sheltered in the heart of Illinois, it shed its wallflower image and showed the world that it, too, has a dynamic side to its personality. In the Spring of 1969, there were the usual panty raids, mud fights, and golf-course antics of earlier years but the wheel of change was turning rapidly at Eastern. President Quincy Doudna's "Black recruitment pIan" was set in motion and under his guidance, plans for a new football stadium and women's dormitory became realities. A new breed of students at Eastern, generally labeled Hippies, in- troduced a new celebration to the campus, "Freak Week," and school soon came to a close with the awarding of the l5,000th education degree at commencement on May 25. Summer school was lively with an enrollment of 4,038. This increase in enrollment from other years may have been due to the new University policy that Summer tuition was very low. While these ambitious Eastern students were studying hard or cooling off at lke's or Sporty's, the world outside was experiencing unique sensations. America had done the impossible and sent three men to the moon and back on earth, the "Now Generation" was rocking away their problems at a fantastic festival in Woodstock, New York. Parents who enrolled their offspring at Eastern, Fall of 1969, were informed that old traditions had been revised and now their daughters had restrictions only as first-quarter freshmen. Parents were also told that their children could be expelled from the Univer- sity if they involved themselves in any violent protest activity. Despite these factors and the threat of an employees strike, Eastern began its Fall quarter with a force of 7,887 students. This quarter proved to be one of the most unsettling and yet beneficial periods in Eastern's history. The University scored points in areas it had never touched before. The students themselves seemed to be less apathetic and more concerned about the many issues at hand. They expressed both resent- ment and approval when a young co-ed was dropped from teacher's education because of a drug-possession conviction. Politics also became a debate-worthy topic with the resignation of the student body president. The students were awakened to the fact that their student government was not the circus they believed it to be. Although the student body voted down a proposal for a S2 fee hike that was in- tended to provide scholarships for underpriviledged students, at least a record number of students voted. World politics also became a maior concern on Eastern's campus and on November 15 many students participated in the nation-wide Moratorium. The University held classes that day and continued its normal proceedings, but many faculty members and students partic- ipated inthe lectures, discussions, and peace marches. National championships won by Eastern's soccer team and its cross-country team highlighted the intercollegiate competition in Fall, 1969. The draft lottery may have taken a few male students in the Fall, but Winter enrollment did not fluctuate too much. Winter brought freezing temperatures and residents in some dorms complained that they were paying to live in ice-boxes. Other students battled the cold with maxi-coats, maxi-scarves, and maxi-sideburns. The addition of a Black sorority to Eastern's Greek colony was also a hallmark in our history. Spring quarter came in like a lion when students' tempers roared over the proposed dorm fee hike, but by April, students were aban- doning their books for fun at the lake and kegger-weather soon con- quered all. Lazy afternoons in the sun seemed much more impor- tant than book reports and history tests. The new women's dorm, named for Ruth Carman looks promising and should be ready for Fall, 1970, and the next football Homecoming will be watched from our spectacular new stadium. Perhaps next year we will even see the advent of co-ed dorms and open visitation. Hopefully, we will also see the constructive change Eastern expe- rienced in 1969-70 appear in other areas in the years to come. Leslie Englehart Table of Contents Introduction to Eastern . . 4-15 Student Life ......... 16-81 Personalities ....... 82-105 Academic .... . . . 106-183 Sports ..... . . . 184-227 Greeks ..... . . . 228-273 Organizations . . . . 274-305 Classes .......... 306-396 Index ............ Specifications and Staff Epilogue .......... 397-414 . . 415 . . 416 L Q . . if.-fwfnh, ..1- "W b I ' . I. . . U 1 I i ,,, ,ia pn" 4 'Mia' J' , 1 I , Q sf f F1313 ff? 395 1 x 1 ,953 x . , I 1 4 no . 11' 1 . I . 1? ' I T-'Q' y , -' ' , 61,23-ix .5 4 . .3 .1 V KL' A ,Q R-,.,, ,,. . .QL , . 5 ':. 1 Qi . 4 - . xfefm t , I . ,,.k . .. A N- V' Q TFT gf avi? X Q--'f,,f,:-: . g. .4 X . , ,. E., 'W V . . + . , 1 ,pull-r f"""'9Q , V 1 F .1 ' ' p,,3..P'-"iw A' 1 " - .gg 9 ,gf 2 , V .FYI ,iw F ,ffrfz if-ffgiiqwiv , '51 -:R -4- Ln- . A . . l"" x"r! D gf' 'gs I 5 c, -:noe-,4 . 4.-I' 1- " I' ff.- "x,v'tx , ,nv wx ad? X 1 H 1,3 ., 1 s X a w h 1 of K ,Vx ,A Y 1 fi xs N ""g:'..-. , z Q Q H , 5 N Q ,Agn X WNW, J ,M4, M 1 1: , 'l' mx V if! Q: Fqmx s ' 1 yy- , .vufwawsf . YQ ' iigdwg :i"':555 LA ' 'rf f ww.-uk, 1 1 ff' ' wig, Q- - r -nnqxiw , ' 'vial M 1 :.- A ,. .45 . ., ye-X ' M?'5Qw Sf- ., ,. ,,. al. X..---M.. ' W 1 W 1 K ' As a unique metropolis of 316 acres, Eastern Illi- nois University lies in the southern section of the 13,600 populated city of Charleston, Illinois. Eastern, founded in 1895 as a normal school, took pride in its first build- ing-the Livingston C. Lord Building. Often this digni- fied, ivy-covered castle, better known as "Old Main," served as a sign of welcome to arriving stu- dents at the north end of campus. At present Old Main is used mostly for administra- tive purposes and houses the mathematics and psy- chology departments. W LII!-l'I5l3fl1't? :nf ...- -v-.sum-nav u- we-f 5 21 lilill 'ILLIII 'lf bl I, I, WSE X K WQYB -Q A v L H , -K ftff I . y r. 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But more often students and faculty members seemed to prefer the Uni- versity Union as the "all- year-round" gathering spot. Here, they enioyed the in- formal atmosphere of the Panther Liar, bowling alley, pool room, and cafeteria as well as the formality of special ballroom dances and banquets. S Ekhglki hgii The modernism found in the southern portion of Eastern's campus, in con- trast to the stateliness of the northern portion, was evidence of the university's tremendous program of ex- pansion within the last six years. Where forest once grew, multi - classroom buildings such as Coleman Hall and dormitory com- plexes such as Taylor Hall are now located. ii" L I H l I ' ,r 1' -fl F I,,4',:,.4v""' m I , 4 2 ,, .o'f , . ---I , , 1 1 WH ll, , M RJM AWV ,T 7mg FTWQ, LLIIIIFEHTE ,J if elflll ml 'li ..- ixu. i"'1 'S -1 Ir, L .fi 'vu hr' V A - .... . 6 . mc- ...A ..f,-Jawa 15 A v .'. f , . ., .V . A , . " 'Jai "5 ,. A :gg Ag, V r 1 'xg f-r:. 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W tr, fx .- t- fr'-'sf-fl - ,d-,,,gnr- A- , . t , -V Wjgfnweii- Y. ' 2 ., ,- 4 . Q. ., After hours of working the men of Sigma Pi parade their first place float, "The Wizard of OL," being pulled by two Amish farm horses. Homecomingliloats Depict ursery hymes fir. ' ..t nm.. , . A 4. These excited Kappa Delta pledges add to Homecoming masquerading as a caterpillar. The sky threatened a downpour that would have ruincd the tissue paper poms and countless hours of work on the Homecoming floats. To everyones relief, the rainstorm never developed and the parade was saved. The theme of the parade was the "Children's World of Literature". so the floats depicted nursery rhymes. fairy tales, and other well-known children's stories. In addition to the float competi- tion. Eastern's sororities. fraterni- ties, and dormitory residents built house decorations to supplement the Homecoming theme. Sigma Pi fra- ternity took the overall prize for their "Yellow Brick Road to Vic- tory" float. a house decoration ol' "The Little Old Lady That Lived In A Shoe," and a comedy float, "Little Boy Blue." Through a combined ef- fort by many of ElU's foreign stu- dents. their organization won the award for the best float in the club division. 5. ., .v V. QI , nf?-jf, 113. al, , "L, 14, V "Q , 1 s ln' .V ,QV vi!-1 ,, W' 51355 -4 '47 'lg-J ,i5fv.r.?. J .-:"'XH- 1.. - n A 1- ' at N 29 -ll' . t if ' SK ' 'S Q" ' k I. Q' M M f .J 5 5 I, .r ' ' fm V 6 A Q r Q 1 WY Q, ff, Retiring queen Jackie Pagliai proudly places the crown on reigning Libby Baker's head during the coronation ceremony held in Lantz Gym. Dances And Coronation Highlight etivities Excited couples were dressed for an evening of romance. Saturday eve- ning. November I. was highlighted by two Homecoming dances. The first. a fast dance in McAfee Gym. fea- tured the Guild. while Frankie Mas- ters and his seven-piece orchestra provided entertainment for the semi- formal hosted in Lantx Gym. Ambitious couples. both young and old. attempted to interpret such steps as the fox trot. cha cha. jitter- bug. and waltz. At IU p.m. in Lantz. while music softly filled the back- ground. the lights dimmed. people huddled quietly in the dark bleachers. and a single spotlight illuminated the introduction of the Homecoming queen's court and the elegant proces- sion of Libby Baker to accept her crown from the retiring Jackie Pagliai. Libby Baker, escorted by Gregg Metz. leads the court during the Queen's dance after her eoronation. ,-.4 :- 1 W " 'YS i ,-.N aw ,iii Q ,,,. 'Q nz-swwm , ,fwwmwwmmm ,, g X , ?'13'?:'ww4-"-'- Pimp 41 Elly Q ,Q Nw Q 4 - , K 1 P .mi M,-, 1 L w Athletics Provide Excitement At Eastern From the first baseball game in the Spring to the last cold night in Lantz Gym. Eastern's athletic department provided hours of excitement for the campus com- munity. Football. basketball and baseball brought out the largest crowds. as in past years. More exciting than the observers are the participants themselves, The baseball team finished llfl-l-1 for the season. Bob Kasten. a junior hurler. was named the number two pitcher in the conference. Den- nis Best. a senior outfielder. was also named to the all-conference team. Injuries and drop-outs provided ob- sticles for Coach Don Eddvs cagers, Fairly good depth on the floor and hopes for the 6'5" center from Florida. Jim Kitchen. frightened the picture of the three-man bench, A lot of action rolled from the turf. despite a 2-7 record for the gridders. New- comers joined the veterans to balance both squads. 5 it 2 5 U i I I -get .5 Q 2 8 55.2 i 3 5 3 g ' LW 5.-5 V., 3 1. . 1 '- -- wi- I . "Q F ? ' ., ' .if3'.1'f '-i:-r,i1'- I ' " . .2 w A J. J ' .- if . iiit--zmtisiz,,i.witi j , M W S K 6 P 8 lap... 3 . 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W U z' ' rw va ,L 6 .62 mizig. - an Q35 wg' G1 , af ,, " Ig x K in v .Jw VV 0 I l ' .Q .C+1t' , "NH "' A , -Amig -N Q A r" A I . P . fig. 'Qilf , .V 4 4 Q b .-1 yn' i, Q. ' ' The girls of second west in Lincoln Hall gather around the tree to exchange Christmas presents and to discover who their Christmas Angel was. Students Get nto Christmas Spirit These girls decorate their Christmas tree in their off-campus home away from home. Christmas time on the campus of Eastern Illinois University was a time of year that added gaiety and happy memories to the student's life. Students walked to their classes hearing Christmas melodies ehiming from the University Union building. Students were eager to see the pre-Christmas period of Winter quarter draw to a rapid close. They were eager to return to their homes and see their families and old friends. Despite this high expectation of going home, small shadows of the Christ- mas spirit drifted into the dor- mitories. the student's home away from home. Students participated and hosted a variety of Christmas parties and activities. while they did indeed "Deck the Halls." 2 Ag all x-4 G 5, I . ' . 'V' w,f""' Lb ' " -.4 ul? 4 I W 1 af- V it V N . , tv S . ' 1 ' ' an , - , -. . ,, 'I . ' ff' . J W , , an gg. ,. . W .,f, ,3e1,,,, , .. , . , ,, . ,Qc . ,,.' W,- W N Li., . Ng F wy, I brim, V i Kqgisiig. . A . ' . ' 'Mi , 'MM 1 WW-"1H?9fi"."" - - - 5 'Q f t " t 'rip ,iw w W if I' Ar ".,w-if ' I A .-.4 1 Y ,L ,:.sK,,-31, .Q 1 ' V '9' ' . ' I f'- i .gxj 1 -weft. , x J . - at -' - . 5 :41 5 fr, . f MQ' 4 " t M: f Q' fi 'I I ," 191. .,,-.7455 1. , -2-I - : 'ff' -- gf'-as V'-4' J . ul. 4' , ..- A 6. . 4, X f J" A ., -1 . 7 M-ft. "-1. 4 ig .- ' ..' ii' - Vifl jf' . . .JH ' 'jf , , A A5-f., W9 ' Q ' ' . , " 4 ' .iffiigf Q. , -. r ,z,..Ji"fvfk, x14 - ,.-F ,v Delta Sigma Phi men, Carl Wilkey, Ralph Fox. Bill Devine, and Dennis Leaf, unite their strength together in a last minute effort to retain their title of tug-of-war champs. However, the Sig Tau's managed to deprive them of their victory. Spring Excitement ncludes Greek Week Mary Boyles, Alpha Sigma Alpha, seems determined to keep one jump ahead of the rest of the contestants in the sack race won by the Alpha Gam's. Spring is characterized by the excitement, anticipation and frivolity accompanying Greek Week. From April 21-27 the traditional Greek Games, organized by the Panhellenic Council and the Inter Fraternity Coun- cil, enabled the participants to test their strength, determination, and durability in such events as a tug- of-war contest. chariot race, egg toss, food stuffing contest, sack race, hula-hoop contest, bicycle and tri- cycle race, as well as the barriers of an obstacle course. Greek Sing, held on April 27, climaxed Greek Week with the presentation of awards to Alpha Gamma Delta in the sorority division and Tau Kappa Epsilon in the fraternity division. Keeping in with the swing of Greek Week, the new Alpha Phi Alpha men participate in the Greek parade. Graduates receive their degrees from President Quincy Doudna in the front ofthe University Library Gruduatinn yeniurs milk to their laces ' - P , preceding the Commencement ceremonies t to the music of the entire University band. President Doudna delivers the Commencement Address to graduates. Eastern Graduates 1,537 During 1969 Sunday, May 25, I969. was a day of recollection as well as achievement for Eastern's 647 students who proudly paraded through the quadrangle to accept their diploma from Pres- ident Quincy Doudna. The entire EIU band accompanied the graduates procession. During 1969. l,537 students grad- uated from Eastern Illinois University receiving degrees from Art to Zool- ogy. Eight-hundred and ninety-five students received BS. in Education degrees, followed by 239 degrees in Elementary Education, and 102 recip- ients for the Marketing Degree. Busi- ness Education totaled 97 degrees with Home Economics and Speech Education reporting only 7. Double majors were attained by 18 graduates. ffv me 35141: at f' e' T' i 'T T' T. kv in ss u'Yj,:s,,g 'Lim' X54 'VN F ll. A l xx' .- .I 4 1 . . y 'I L. l N-4 thv':ym:1m,t-Exif, '- , "-'A ."' - ' S.si"' . . - ' -"1 .gg T- V' , - ei NW 1f3e1f: 1 ,sn fs-1 i,e ,'f:."?'??'5"i?"5'....a.-..- ...M--M LaLtJ..hn-T' u 'sl'-3'-"4-""""" """'T" ' .. .1 ""'3gg ., -1 z, The full blooming flower bed in front of the old science building is a familiar sight to Summer school students. Summer Is An Enjo able Season At EIU Through Summens heat, 3,000 students laced classes at Eastern Illinois University. The campus re- mained colorlul in the hot sunlight with its many rovvs ol' bright. decora- tive llowers. The lirevvorlxs display' at the Fourth ol' ,luly celebration provided a special moment ol' re- laxation lor the students. The Coles County Fair alloned everyone to re- lease the tensions ol' the day by re- laxing on the variety ol' rides ollered there. As the Summer drexv to a close. students breathed a sigh ol' reliel' and relaxed to enjoy xvhat remained of their vacation. 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These three co-eds discover that riding the merry-go-round at the Coles County Fair is an enjoyable way to spend a Summer afternoon. 35 Fall Signals Start f New School Year Fall was meant to signal the end of summer's laginess and the start of in- creased energy with which to start a new' school year. Scptembcr's warmth made moving into dorms and apartments a more tiring tasly than usual and made any at- tempt to return to one's studies almost impossible. As the air chilled. the leaves responded by covering the campus with their newly tinted beauty. Excitement filled the air as football season began: the team was spurred on by the marching band and the enthusiasm ol' the heavily- clothed crowds. Leaves turning to gold is one of the first signs ol' Autumn and cooler weather The marching band is led onto the field at half-time bythe drum major and the two majorettes during the Fall football games. fm ww -1, Nw v 1WW'1A 1 vm ' 1m W W' 1 W WA' ,mam 1' . 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Perhaps they rationalized 'np that study habits would improve A after a little exercise. ,L A happy man stands at the end of these footprints, Ln. 14 uv JMX-F v. . 'Wg' 1 Ai., . v .1 iw 5 , Rain greets EIU students often during Spring as they hurry from class to class under their umbrellas Sprint. is .1 time for Ion leisurely walks and talks along the peaceful luke and across the bridge. npredictable Spring Arrives The last of the snow and ice finally disappeared, and Spring ar- rived to transform Winter's sullen, gray sky into one of crystal blue clarity. But early morning clear skies caught many students between classes unprepared for a sudden rainstorm before the day was over. The longer, warmer days caused the trees and flowers to renew their growth, provid- ing a refreshing green background for long walks and other activities at Eastern's campus. v 1 T .B f'w.,Q,4 wyf-,uv 5 .54 "4'v'L"' -2.414 '1 F K 1 1 -f as .VN 15 ' W A X J M., if Summer Theater ortra s Generation Gap Huff Way Up The Tree, by Peter Ustinov. broke open the Summer Thea- tre Company's season. Set in an old English cottage with a half timbered appearance. an English General re- turned home after serving four years in Malaya to find that his home life had drastically changed in his absence. John Waldbillig, portraying the Gener- al's son, had become a hippie and had grown quite attached to his hippie girl- friend played by Justin Clouser. The General also discovered that his daughter fMarcia Gulbrandseny was pregnant and without a husband. while his wife was occupied with other inter- ests. Although serious undertones can be found throughout the play. an amus- ing caricature was created of the gen- eration gap facing today's society. John Waldbillig ta hippie sonj stands with his way- out "hippie girlfriend" Justin Clouser. gm wr-- Linda Tosch gets emotional in a scene from HaU Way Up The Tree, ..,.. Wg F' V84 2,321- 'Zr "ff, ei?- ii gl YV'- . - " 5, .TJ 1' .,. bi A J, V 'f ' - ifktm 'iz The pregnant daughter l Marcia Gulhrandsenj becomes quite annoyed with her overly-understanding father Ueff Gulbrandsenl who is "too sympathetic." .X Roger Fulth, playing the part of the Judge in The Stranger, presides over the trial of Mersault who is accused of a man's murder. Fall Production Is The Stranger Bill Prescott, fMersaultJ listens to Max Adkins fthe dirty old manj who takes delight in describing the antics of him and his trusty dog. Chamber Theatre opened its Fall season with its first major production, The Stranger, an existentialist play by Albert Camus. Bill Prescott and Dave File brilliantly assumed the dual role of Mersault, the main character, who psychologically troubled, narrated and participated in his own world of life ranging from "genuine politeness" to "isolation". The stark, barren stage provided atmosphere for the climatic trial of Mersault accused of a man's murder but sentenced by the Judge, fRoger Fulthl for his "unreligious" behavior of smoking during his moth- er's funeral and marrying the day after. The cast vividly provided a stimulating revelation of life for the audience of the indifference of the world and the meaninglessness of life today. lelemachus clay Explores Emotional Realit N A ,Ss 1 mm ,mis i .lim Miller portrays the prophet in telemachus clay. ig ' , 34, nz.: KJ Ti , y J if A' Dave File acts the part of telemachus clay, the bastard, and wins the audience's sym- pathy and evokes horror. it 1, 'Q Z- A collage of voices bombarded off the stage as telemachus clay progressed as an experience, play, or journey for the audience. Telemachus, played by Dave File, was in search of his old man and journeyed after salvation through an assembly of words, shouts. cries, and laughs by eleven people on stage in a song without lyrics. Directed by Jack Rang, the play presented the viewer with a general emotional under- standing of the action rather than a specific intellectual understanding. The voices shooting off the stage con- fused as well as involved the audience in identifying with the auditory impres- sions expressed. It was similar to a song whereas one listened to the tune instead of the lyrics to find out what was being said or felt. telemachus clay enabled the audience to participate and travel through emotional reality. Heather Hoebel and Dave File sit among the cast of telemachus clay, one of the major Winter productions of the department. , . Bill Cosby in his one night appearance gets a firm control of the microphone while he uses one of his many talents to entertain. Cosby And Fontalne Present Concerts Entertainment Spring quarter was climaxed by the appearance of Bill Cosby in Lantz gymnasium for a performance on the evening of March 27, 1969. Emmy award winner in his co-starring role in "I Spy," this tal- ented man also achieved the distinc- tion of being the first comedian to have four record albums among the best-sellers simultaneously. His out- standing skill as a performer made the evening a pleasurable one for the entire audience. On Sept. 27, 1969, the Artist Series brought Frank Fontaine to Eastern to highlight Parents' Weekend. This multi-talented entertainer, who got his big break into show business by appearing on the first Ed Sullivan Show, exhibited his versatility to the audience in Lantz gymnasium through his serious singing endeavors and his role as the slap-stick char- acter "Crazy Googenhiemf' Bill Cosby appears relaxed as he launches a comedy routine. .wdwm-nv..-we .w-N..w4.w.+x-.-.-.u ...W ..,,, .Q ..,. ... W , . 1 --x-- M vw-v.w.......x ,E K V., 'ff' Q- Frank Fontaine as "Crazy Googenhiemu gives a final checkjusl before the performance. Siflgiflg 10 lhe Cmwd- Frank Fontaine CUSPIHYS a more serious side to his comedy act. "Crazy," once out onthe stage, sets the Parents' Weekend concert pace by going through his variety of impressions and monologues. . , Q , Q x by - AJ! 1 ' be . v -bm, 1 Q v cg: , :f,s1ff.f2 . , " ' -Q Q8 1 A u-Aw, Lf 'V f 'a 1 , ' 'C zsxkv " V. ' """" 'M Y ' -" 9 , 1 if-" E 4 f' 'X , VN .ah ,,., ,,., s ' , .. , , I M. M i H I . . , '- x A ak, g. 1 . i 553, X! . 9 . ,. 1? f 3. la, Jim and Gary Pike, cncham Eastern audience wil Pg - :,:3,,- 5 . ,gy S- J 5. " ' . ,3':.'J 6 03 Q ,h. , V X... bv, - T.-5' 5, V - 'g "' -.,- - ,f ig 'V 1 .Q 1 '- . S1 ix vii-if? x ifzff ' Y 9 . V by . . ,ll ' A. 'Q' Ax' va: 1 . ' .gg 5 3 -' K" i m ,Q F, 3, Q 5 i, , 5. k.,,.-assi. vi ' f -Q.. -. . :K .1 'S' Q24-X Qsfivjfw fix ,.k agar, vii-"' I :ig :WT 1, I ,T ' , K , ,U ., 4- " 70 3' . 9. IX N .12 ' 1- 1 .gfpf . - , . ." 1 I .Alb N. , 3 I 5: .. , , " . X' x fgf J' - NHMY-lie? 1f1Qf:?' f j 3 ' VL-ww I. ' N 2. "' . Q . NN 4 ' X ' . v . . " ' 3 v ' . - 1- . . ' I . 'fl ' ol. . X f ' U up I lll ,- ' . 1 W I Suzy Snow eagerly reaches for her morning mail as again finds that no one has sent her any letters. 'Q ' Paula Harms once f Q 'i A J' A N i 5 X? A Pem Hall Coeds lake a study break seeing how many girls can pos sibly squeeze into one small telephone booth. M i 7' .ul l'LilBurrluI'dlQ1nd Bob Burris strive io keep inlormud on current issues concerning the world loday, -WIN-f-,. x ,. ,. . ,.,,:.,,' Jim Baurer, after attaining a comfortable position on his bed, concentrates as he reads a general business assignment for the following day. Dorms House 2,200 Students r l X . l 1, I, 2 , 1 f P t i , Blaine Jones relaxes by playing his guitar and taking his mind off all of his studies. EIU houses approximately 2,200 students on campus. There are seven women's dormitories and three men's to satisfy the needs of incoming fresh- men and continuing upper classmen. Pemberton, the oldest girls dorm on campus, held room for 201 girls, while Lincoln and Douglas provides a total space for 392 along with the Triad, comprised of Ford, 'McKin- ney and Weller, accommodating 150 women each. In addition, Andrews and Lawson Hall, the two newest women's dorms, house 480 women apiece. To accommodate the small percentage of men living on campus. Thomas Hall sponsors 438 men with Taylor hosting 590 and Stevenson Tower, our most recent campus addition, filling its rooms with 360 males. Because of increasing demands for housing, applications must be turned in early to receive on-campus space. 'fn-q..,A 'g 1 .. N'- 'N 3 45 Q i Q' 'T' Bruce Anderson bites his tongue as he flips a pancake into the air. Marsha Stone and .loan Litzelman select records to play during break. Ironing is included in the weekly tanks, 411' 'l Many Students Housed ff-Campus as . ,.l, - - , . . V' '.,,' K 'J Pi 4 1 A cherry pie is taken out of the oven to cool so it can be eaten after the evening meal. , . . Approximately 2500 EIU students lived off campus during the past year. Their residences included private and rented residences included pri- vate and rented houses, apartments. trailers. and. housing nearly one- half of the off-campus students, fra- ternity and sorority houses, Although underclassmen were restricted to approved housing, up- perclassmen had their choice of the facilities available. The freedom af- forded by getting away from the re- strictions of the dormitories often seemed like more of a burden when it came time to buy and prepare meals. wash dishes. clean house, and fre- quently walk long distances to one's classes. But despite the many incon- veniences, the increasing number of students living off-campus each year must indicate that they have found the advantages outweigh the problems. fix i"': .- ,I tram t '.ll':l7i A gigggiq - 'X' 3 . gall? . I '...' is Q -',' 4 Cindy Carter and Barbara Papke wash and dry the dinner dishes before they start studying and watching the television for the evening hours. ' . n1 Riff' Linda Wahlig looks on as hubby Mike coaxes his daughter Michelle to try some of her dinner. M arried Students Housed Near Campus The University Married Student Housing provides apartments close to campus for the married couples at- tending Eastern. The apartments are located southwest of campus and be- hind the Methodist Church. The apart- ments are small and inexpensive but they adequately meet the needs of mar- ried students. Other couples find small houses and other apartment in Charleston and Mattoon. These are often larger and provide a more home-like atmosphere for students who wish to live off-campus. Married couples find time, not only to study, keep house, work to keep ahead of the bills, and care for small chil- dren, but to participate in activities 44. such as the Students Wives club and , . ... X. K other organuations on campus. Mrs. Janet Mansfield offers daughter Stephanie a little help in raiding the cookie jar. 1 gf' 'E av' Ken Robinson, a Stevenson Tower resident. seems to be engrossed with reading his English assignment. The study lounge of Stevenson Tower provides an ideal spot for tenants to concentrate when conditions of dorm life prove hectic as they often do in men's dorms. me ,MW-, ..,.. 51.-Q8 .lust returning from picking up his textbooks for winter quarter. Mike Lefever curiously thumbs through his books to see how many drop cards to fill out. assi f, 'C' nother Season f Studying Begins Fall quarter got off to a slow start with what seemed like an end- lessly long book line. Luckily, the days were cool enough so that hot tempers were kept to a minimum as the string of students stretched from the textbook library past the science building, lVIacAl'fee Gymnasium, and. at times. even past the Union. The collection of one's books meant the start of a long quarter of work. When studying in the dorm or library got tiring, one could always head outdoors in hopes that the fresh air would keep him awake. DQ- ,- , ,uw ..-m.a...L.- n-..,-x .. U.. ig. f Boredom mounts as EIU students patiently wait four hours in the colossal line to receive their fall textbooks. 8 r , . I 5. F ' Y 'ki ' , i g "VX ,ah ii ' Thu yludenl ploxw through another evening of studying in the relaxed atmosphere ol' the library. Tony Durunle relaxes by sprawling on the librarys plush carpeting while Ieafing through some of the abundant reference materials. muh-v - -.-......g The library's recording room is a popular spot for those students needing extra help with a foreign language, shorthand. or music classes. Librar Provides Ideal Stud Environment ,af uv" t af' 3' , . - .,,, I J f ! was-f-.. 'iciiii f tj- If A . J ' 'Q1f 1, xo. R. 'ig - ' 'li 5' ' Q N ts. ' i f N x I exec- or -, if Many university students find co-ed studying to be a rewarding and enjoyable venture. The library has provided an ideal environment to help students with any of their study problems. While the basement accommodates a vast net- work of book stacks. lounges. and se- cluded study areas, the first floor houses enumerable study tables, lec- ture rooms, a card catalog. tapes, and a plush reference room. On sec- ond floor are the reference rooms, the reserve library, a browsing room, several offices. and more areas for study. On the third floor. the student is provided with an impressive re- serve of magazines and pamphlets. For many EIU students the library serves as a "layover" between classes. ' rv va! t --:- ,Q ll a , . ., ,- -:JJ , 5 .Wit I V iw . -.. 4 ii +0 . A , Qt- ,Y . -.,.Q ,sy V P- .UQ Qw- -7' ml, 5? 5' 5 w Students have u large selections of records to choose from along with many other items at Dales. QQ Stores Are ear Campus In addition to the shopping area in downtown Charleston, other scat- tered stores near campus provided a further shopping selection from which students could choose. Univer- sity Village across from Old Main. although small in size. was able to satisfy many buying needs. Students took full advantage of the stores there offering men and women's clothing, gifts, cards, stationery, school sup- plies, and records, as well as the barber shop, the laundry facilities, and the refreshments available at Ike's. Further from campus, hunger pains could be eased by purchases from Elmer's, Eisner's, Stop 'N Go, or Wib Walker's grocery stores. And another year passed as the paint slowly peeled off the sign announcing the "soon to be constructed" West- gate shopping center. Mg, , ws- 59" ar!!! , ,,., 'QQ H These three boys make use of the Charleston Stop And Go grocery store as they stack up a week s supply of Tab to take back to their dorm room. Both Debbie Eriltison and a fellow student carefully inspect the wide variety of purses available to choose from in downtown Charleston wntown Satisfies EIU students found a wide variety of stores in downtown Charleston to satisfy their shopping needs. Because access to other shopping centers was difficult for most students, the com- petition among local merchants for the college community's business was always evident. Records. clothes, sporting equip- ment. and other expensive items fre- quently topped student shopping lists and the many stores catering to these needs often made bargain hunting an alldayjob. The merchandise selection always seemed abundant and greatly varied until professors' supply lists at the start of each quarter drove what seemed like the thousands of students into the suddenly small shopping areas for a soft-leaded sanguin drafting pen. To end a long afternoon of shop- ping, students often gathered at one of the small local restaurants or soda fountains for enough energy food to power them back to campus. ' , ' .Yfxfi 1 Pwr r This prospective buyer has found a CPO that will be perfect for strolls to an early morning class. .yi -. B. 1 wx , , G 1, r lit, ' 5115 2 , 'lv ' " X I , 3 5. 9? f'V it R -- ge, , . Q 'as V Q . 2 54, W ,X 1 1 ,Ng .- .'zf. l" 2 :. ff, - -Q 'V V I ' 55 . 'Ei' , - ' i - . 1' ,Eli -, 1 -' if 5-I -va V In J," :gl if ' Q 5 I ? 4 'j. I' A 5" ' i.. :I , X 2 ,,,.,3g. Q K CharIeston's many card shops provide two coeds with a chance to choose the card with the most appropriate greeting 'f"'5 eff kr-f . I - - ,' -1- 'Nr--erin Phi Sig's Dan Endsley. Charlie Henry and John .Iachino find lke's a pleasant atmosphere in which to meet friends and enjoy a beer together. Dances And arties Highlight Evenings Dances were sponsored some- where near campus almost every night of the week. While bands blasted at either Ike's. Roc's, Sporty's. or the Union, students flocked to meet new friends and brag about old times over a glass of beer or coke. Many stu- dents preferred shaking out their day's troubles on the dance floor rather than on their roommates head. In addition to dances, Roc's and Sporty's still hosted their traditional Friday 4:00 Club so students could salute the ending of another week of classes early. Parties also highlighted East- ern's nightlife scene. Glasses could be heard clanging at almost any of the University and off-campus apartments and private homes. Scott Sickle and Patty Hayes seem to be enjoying themselves during a Sig Pi fraternity party af' l . , .. F f re.3j?'., .4 f l Prudence Herber and partner dance in ballroom. Mike Mueller and Pat Dickens getaway from the crowd for alittle privacy k dir, LL gl Sig Kap's Carol Wood, Karen Weibel, Lois Murphy, Judy Saxton and Joan Jagle meet their friends at Ike's for a little fun and conversation. If 1 Students Find any Ways To Have Fun Each weekend couples select ac- tivities from going to the show to playing cards for spending time to- gether. On Friday nights the Student Senate sponsored 25-cent rerun shows at the lab school, while the Will Rogers Theatre in Charleston always advertised the latest in movies As soon as the weather warmed. the Charleston drive-in opened to provide a new source of entertainment for students. Toward the end of an eve- ning. dorm lounges were usually filled with couples pretending to watch the late horror shows while uncontrolled yawns interrupted the silence. In the background the shuffle of cards were sometimes heard while a frustrated date decided this was the last time he would teach her how to play his game. It's no fun to lose Zl hands to agirl. Ending a pleasurable evening, piua parlors were regularly fre- quented for a night time snack and the renewing of friendships. K XX YRQK Au. ,, - awwfftffqfiiii M' yy,-P. A ' ,M ,is in-A - s This EIU student has a minor problem as his little girl tries her first hand at eating pizza. bnjoying one ol Mr. Us special pizzas and a pitcher of Pepsi is this couple's favorite way to draw to a close a perfect evening of fun together. t l f il. 5 - la f V li I i 3 if f ' il sis Q 2 2 l lf?-du V K it , 'fs 1 Q ii al ..X..,:. -V s Frank Tenne, Eric Doyle. and Roger Dworak would rather relax and spend their time watching television in their suite than studying in their rooms i -5- 'va t 5 5 c kwgx- 6-114 l .,f- ki- Keith Lyon sharpens his skills with cards. Mike Goetz. Ken Lukawski. and their dates enjoy going to the dovt ntou n theatre. Students take u break from their routine of doing homework to attend the pizza-coffee hour sponsored by the Student Senate. Not everyone is happy in the Union. Some students comejust to think things out Cookies and a large Coke provide a quick snack for hungry students between classes, ,Q During Freak Week curious independents gather together to listen to lolk songs. One coed spends time during Freak Week sitting in the quadrangle blowing bubbles. Eat r Freak ut For Relaxation Anti-Greek Week independents gather in the quadrangle to protest and heckle Greek functions. Many forms of relaxation can be taken advantage of by the student. At left, students are seen enjoying one of the quarterly coffee hours spon- sored by the Student Senate. Cokes and pizzas were distributed free of charge. ElU's stage band set the at- mosphere for relaxation and conver- sation. At right, students partake in Freak Week, a hippie-like version of Greek Week. Activity began May 4 with several hours of poetry reading and folk singing on the quadrangle between the Union and the library. A candle-light parade at 9 p.m. marked Freak Week's midpoint, and activities were wound up with the Freak Week games, including the tug-of-peace, dandelion pull, nose-picking contest, and a money burning contest, '41 ' '15 anther Lair s Where The Students Are Between classes. on weekends. after basketball games. and whenever students find themselves wandering around the campus. the University Panther Lair provided an ideal at- mosphere for students to socialize. have a coke and sandwich. and dis- cuss upcoming events. In addition to the Panther Lair. the Union housed a bowling alley. pool hall. ballroom, lounges. two food services. Student Senate offices. lobby reception desk. and offices for the directors of var- ious university services. Also avail- able were a number of meeting rooms that could be reserved by contacting the University Union office. Through the Student Activities Board such ac- tivities were planned as dances. re- ceptions. billiards. recitals. bridge, chess contests. and instruction courses that were all held in the Union. Often. at a distance. students seem to be saying. "What do you mean. did I use Scope this morning?" L x ' f ,ff vv- -' N '- , 'er ng'--5 s 'fffvrs '4 ' 'O 1, ' Q ' Pl' 9, ' v ' L, I' 1, ,f ' K f ' '-g,.- . F 5312. being-g g . ,nr wg. :-.,..."a I 'mf 'A ammmwwtw This girl is devouring a sandwich during a break from classes in the Union. Daydreaming is one of the ways time is passed by students before exams. Bowling Becomes Favorite Sport In Union This Alpha Phi Omega bowler attempts to roll another strike for the benefit of his team. Bowling springs into focus one of Eastern's most indulged in activi- ties. The beautiful alleys housed in the University Union provided the locale for ElU's weekly women's and men's leagues as well as for the tournament play-offs. Each day stu- dents occupied the alleys for practice, fun, or just to pass the time between classes. The alleys were kept espe- cially busy every Sunday as it was Red Pin Day, where if a strike was made when the red pin was in the first position. the bowler received a free game pass. l Concentration, decisiveness, ability, and, at times, luck arejust a few attributes needed to compose the character of a league bowler. Stevenson Tower Leads In Blood rive The Union Ballroom was again the scene of the periodic blood drives sponsored by Circle li. an Eastern service organization. and several other interested campus groups. The Fall quarters blood drive was a suc- cess as students responded to Circle ls's request to "help the beat go on" s by giving blood. Stevenson Tower again took the trophy lor giving the most blood. -,J . rl! " il T' - This nurse takes a blood sample. a step a student goes through in order to give blo l Many students line the walls ol the Union Ballroom in answer to the blood drive slogan. "The beat goes on. only if you give." Students articipate n ctober oratorium Students march across campus holding lighted candles and singing peace songs to show their support of the October Moratorium. Supporters of the Moratorium at Eastern Illinois University began their participation in the movement along with students at over live- hundred other colleges and univer- sities throughout the country on Octo- ber l5, l969. Students were asked to show their support of accelerated withdrawal of troops from Vietnam by boycotting classes and attending the movies. lectures. and candle- light procession scheduled through- outtheday. The faculty members were en- couraged to participate in the faculty march across campus and asked to sign a letter to President Nixon urging United States' withdrawal from Vietnam and a political settlement ofthewar. Later monthly Moratorium ac- tivities included a guerrilla play, anti-war movies, and discussions of the problems associated with our involvement in the war. The many white crosses deck the quadrangle between the Union and the library to add significance to the reasons behind the Moratorium. -.. . ,Q Q, - .-,-I ..-T, ,r"'--Q-fr--war., -2, -nu- A M mv-.. 'L -- 'f'- w-:-1e:- vu- - 'il Rich Bucklcr prcparca to quickiy cook hu hamburger and ch-:exe punt: bcforc hungry custom-:rs get rambunctious at Mr, G's pizza parlor in Charleston Worktng ax a gas station attendant is one olk the many ways HU studcntb can earn extra money. inpuu--1 ..A, gl Many Students Seek Part-Time Work ' As college expenses continued mi to rise and checks from home no longer seemed as frequent or plenti- ful as they once had. many students sought part-time jobs to ease their apnea.. financial needs. Unfortunately, the V number of jobs available never satis- fied the demand for employment. so " 'ii' ardent job hunting began as soon as students returned for Fall quarter and continued throughout the year. Once a student managed to secure a job. the problems it involved were often tolerated only by the thought of s the pay check one's labors would bring. The early morning hours of a dorm night clerk. or food service worker on the breakfast shift. or the numbness caused by pumping gas during a unusually long and cold Charleston Winter were among the many inconveniences endured by EIU F students. After a few tiring hours on 1 the job, one barely had time to N' v -s t K me s , breathe a sigh of relief before settling down to his school work for the day. Patti Roberts takes a deep sigh when looking at what she made in the food service. i n T51 i 5.1, . 'Q' . .' A H. Ni 4 4 V 4 .s :',,tu,! V :A . ' ' Donna Winslow keeps busy inthe Union lobby as three coeds try to gather up enough money for the articles they want to purchase. Students Find A Variety 0f Pastimes Several places on or near campus offered EIU students a wide variety of pastimes. For those attempting to prove their physical and mental agili- ty. the Student Union offered a test of one's concentration in the pool hall. a game of Foosball. or bowling. Other students devised miniature sports tournaments or sought the entertain- ment of pinball games off campus. After trying one's hand at these games of skill for relaxation. students often journeyed to Ike's. Sporty's. or Roc's to relieve the tension. ' . 5:1 ,f oi sa 4 t .. -' ,.tltJLL,: ll k J, 'Ll talk' "l ,A I , K i I P N- ' it - ' Lllcgki t I A This student knows what to do while waiting to play pool by making use ofthe Foosball machine. " Q Candy Wennerstrom sharpens her eye as she lines the next shot in hopes of running the table. at . . , ra:'sf 'f , . ss-r , 0 A s TIT,fg' 1 - I7 'IT .av Students in the Stevenson Tower complex always manage to take time out for - - t hockey, especially when they compete in a tournament held in the complex. Therelsalwaysaplacelorsome pm ballacuon' ,QOKXYQHYS ' tw Roger Dworak and Frank Tenne check each other's specimen in the mirror to see who has the biggest and most unusual bottle and the most distorted face A 1 fx,-1, N1-Iv-Lf , -as ,. l' l" 'flu rn wer., A Q F ,A The Charleston luke and beach is heavily populated during thc hot und sunny days its Eastern students forget about their books und luke to the sun This girl enjoys studying outside us the days become warmer. 44. Lfs 'S rv -5f7f"v"L. ' 'vm WSL N2?s'..5 Many bicycles ure ridden lo classes us Spring days upproach the campus. gl- -n.. ,fc-"L-v-f-3 BO 4 5. The distribution of the Warblerjust before finals is anxiously received by the students. Y-Q. Spirits soared as the sun spar- kled brighter and Spring quarter drew to a close. During the last class of an afternoon, students squirmed anx- iously for the class to end so they could head to Lake Charleston for an afternoon of sunning. swimming, and socializing. 'LSpring fever" even attacked those unlucky souls who had an afternoon class. but still managed to frequent the lake several times throughout the quartereother than float days. Many of the campus's "dorm rats" also come out of hibernation and partook in outdoor activities such as bicycle riding, playing tennis, and strolling around the campus ponds. Included in Eastern's Spring roster was the distribution of EIU's yearbook, the Warbler. With b00kS in hand to cram for an afternoon final, students apprehensively awaited the opportunity to look up mug shots of old boyfriends and scan through the candid pictures seeking familiar faces. Graduation climaxed hours of hard work as well as hours of fun in a student's life. Student Life Is Climaxed In The Spring The end of a school career is finally realized as these seniors walk up the steps of Booth Library for the final time. af V H fi vvggx! A 1 Personalities "TL Q PLE., .. 1- 112251, .-ir 5.,. : -rr ,-,55'ff?.?Z: :J- fr -,hr :ami , 03,175 L.: 4, g.... mf '. - w1:ff'fz.p5f: I, N, 1 ,V . A-I 35. ', Yi .Ti ':-'QE' 212.-:ff uitrligvz , ..srf..445yjf - .'-I. -F - ' S3515 . 'I -Q aye. ik 'I .A A- f?g, . ' .Nz .,V g. 1 ' 35 7: '. 5 x N. 5, 4. .ff- isps 7-.1 , 2 Fm 2 w '54 '. Q., ff 'fx '7 ,9.- 'K QW ' 1 lug .- x 'fn .L '- N, V , f I... lf, 7- x 7 . "V Zigi " - f 'Q .-' i?31,1, 1 - RW" "' ' - ' 2' :E t I . ,. . , A 5,f1,f' . 'WY7 5 ,A , ..,w, W N , 'W ' :Lf . A , 1- wi, f, . y. ,gn Mg. 395 R x, ax lg x, .JW ,Q-'iffy 'ak A . W A.. S x? -fm . . Q , 5 MARCIA RAAUM HEAD GREETER SUE CRUM A'Pha Gamma Della Delta Zeta f . 3 1 '. , f zilfa . I - I .V 4 3. V A ,. t- hu. . l 3 I- tv-'-' NANCY LECHNER Sigma Sigma Sigma .L 6, ' Q x ,nf K an 5 . - K- ff, AMY GINKBINER and DAVID FASSIOTA Miss and Mr. Freshman i 86 2' Greeters And Queens VICKI DUNCAN Pi Kappa Alpha Queen MARTY BAKER Miss Charleston Pf - , 1- 4 ,25-5Pfwszf-5--as-:iffy-gif . 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Cheerleaders Throughout the I969-70 football and basketball seasons the varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders led the student body in school spirit. Both the varsity and junior varsity cheer- leaders were present at both home and away games to spur our teams on to victory. To obtain a position on the squad, one must make up a cheer and pre- sent it before a panel of faculty judges. Anyone who has pep, enthusi- asm, and talent is eligible to try-Out. Due to the many long hours of practice, the girls continually pre- sented new cheers and formations. As seen by the flood of banners that appeared at every home game, it was evident that the Greeks as well as the independents backed the cheer- leaders. Pat McMann cheers on the Panthers at a game Cheerleaders ride in the Homecoming parade. w.s.am.Meswtag.,.,, , Pink anthers The Pink Panthers participated in all seasons. In the Fall they per- formed at several home football games including Homecoming. They also served as ball girls for East- ern's I969 National Soccer Cham- pions, During the Winter the girls presented their routines at both home and away basketball games. While in the Spring the Pink Panthers served as bat girls for EIU's baseball team. Beside the above mentioned ac- tivities. the Pink Panthers also sold programs and pep buttons at home football and basketball games. Tryouts are held in the Fall and Spring. To be eligible one must be at least a second quarter freshman and have a 2.0 grade average. In their sixth year on campus they are led by co-captains Earleen Colussi and Vicki Clinger. Daily practice during float hours keeps Ann Getz busy. '. 1 W., Y-. 7,- -,.,.Q ' is-Q lofi - if 1... ,... Q-.4 .mv .1fmup.s.aw3qv.,r,,,.,., Clotkwise from center. Vicki Clinger. Lynn Volle, Peg Bertonoli, Ann Getz, .laeque Milslagle, Sue Schnepel, Vicki Duncan, Earleen Colussi, Linda Couch. Joan McFadden. Mary Taylor. Lynetta Miling, Kathy Baldwin. Betty Englehorn, Lydia Robertson. :pw-U ., -wifi". X V ""' ' "'f::":'.'11 f ' av v t " 1 .. iii:t:'E1:.::11ie:1-4qfig'ff2gg1Q1x:jgi'gffgj,-Vg. ,'.,1t47:2,:,e5t ' if A ef,g',+fgx1:3-1555.553'jkjpxzr - 1 V-1 an . . . . V ' 'X I " H X "NNE-g A' "5 T' " ,. . .i N 1 f- 2" - -.,,:-s.m.- - - ' X ' -' .X Q - . - ,J V N -df 5 it 'Wt 5' 3. V" '.gs.2i5Es-P--LTTL-al , ' -4 if - G ,fs f Wyse., , ,, Q s ',59A..,:.,,: Q V V , -my P 9 ., ,, D X . www! K Q s . 1 . . i 'ar 0 : , . i i ' , ., t. - - 'WX 4 t 2 ' "'A l ' 5 ' -' ,lf 'f ii ' P - .' '-"' .r if 3 . ist. 5 -1 - gg. R 1: 2 .2: :E-:A P f , W i Sherri Legg. Dianne Price. Brenda Brooks. Judy lioester. Jane Higgins, Barb Cook. Nancy Tomlinson A -4 The Pink Panthers work out new routines to perform for basketball spectators. Lui- M R ,I ..- Precise timing is acquired by each girl alter many hours of practice. Peg lends a helping hand to our soccer team. , , , N. -' 'V-w Q- Q' i l' ","3,,. to ,e :iffy i t r 4 gmc- ' il un-W-A 1,5352 A. . -ga:-. ki in 'li'- s?'N 'F Q E P. , Q X F 1 an il .Q f disk' The marching bundk liicly number adds school spirit tothe crowd after the teum's first touchdown against Chicago Circle. 'X Q 4 4 .4 .1 Millw- fi 3- , f'- . ' JK"-an . if Y- . 'P' 3f..l'Y- 9 'fr 1".'f' '- A Becky Endsley catches hcr buton alter u high throw. Corky Kellan faithfully leads the marching band through a drill. The beating of the drums keeps the band in step during a football half-time. 2 .Qu Egg If . ml N F I Q,-2, The pep band music arouses action between basketball games. EIU Band Throughout the I969-70 football season. Eastern's band. accompanied by the twirling routines of Becky Endsley and Becky Saey. added an ex- tra spark of life to half-time breaks with many bright and organized per- formances. Led by Corky Kellan. 85 blue uniformed marching Panther musicians took possession of the field. Under the approving gazes of the bleacher spectators, the marchers moved through intricate formations and steps while playing songs rang- ing from the bright tones of "Up. Up, and Away" to "The Sound Of Music." Band members continued their enthusiastic support of the Eastern athletic teams. They appeared again at Eastern's home basketball games with peppy tunes and the traditional National Anthem to start each basket- ball battle. 100 Dave Parkinson, Marilyn Fowler, Mary Kay Hixon,:1nd Mike Green Who's Who The student body elected thirty- five Eastern students to Who's Who Among Students In American Col- leges and Universities for 1969. Others elected to Who's Who but not pictured are: Brenda Clark, Steve Fox. Allen Freeland, Carole Lamb, Bill Lair. Marianne Lucier, Marty McFarland. Janet Miller. Barb Nixon, Tina Pechinis. Mary Ann Pruiett, Tom Riordan, Sally Roach, Katie Roane, Don Speacht. Tom Wetzler. and Ron Young. L wif' 'Sw ff 1 ll - .-3...-. N B ,Q-GSL C. J, Whaley, Dave Kidwell, Linda Kipp, and Peg Johnske I Wt. N Q -R i R 9. .. Q. 'n Y ,- ,A , vi fi 8 it 1 .W , . xx., 4 ' Q JA -m V 401- al if Wfrw- 5 1 ,, 1 L if , I 4. V ,., Nvy, , , "f, IL 5 :LQ D , W '- k ' 1 A'-an 5, ' , Y -- 4591 fix" ""i"JS: K 9 .QV .xg - X H- .Y f,1.,'fsg w4 . - , -' , - 4 ' 'iq ' 'IN ,'1f':."f Ng, 'J ' lx N ' .Aff , .1 P- '5"'1'f'1g44 X 'iii f. '- - '7f'z'5fi".+f2f'?'!."w"a ' 14-'XZ' Q f?" f. - Cf . f'-xx, .5'.:.-figy 'vga v V K' .lm V., ,JV 7 '.11'.'.'v n.,.',..., . 'lfavf Lynn Bauersachs, Ken Midkiff, and Pennie Gebhart Jim Porto, Linda Kipp, and Rusty Stephens . Carl Greeson, Jeannie Lefler, Cheryl Appleton, and Jerry Reichcnbacher in 101 l O ' xg: l 4.4 hff I , 2' 4 is P m Q x s. f 1 .K W I xv -as H' "lx is uqwwgf- M Vg ?-!'l5g ' Q . w L ily! i 4 5 ut V, ,- - , - fs A- vi, at w5VWP39? 111 L i.v+ ': N 'gijv nf - -' . .' '. flf.-"f . ,N ,.!g,i-'-, , ...am-,,. , um.-, - . -,u::L,.'f.,,',. - - R, r w.m:,-. W . 1 5'-wa' -1 ' ,lg-g,.- TA ' :K ." Q Q A I V . Jigs - 1. ,Q-ff' 'I 1 Ai 2 A , If: " ,x :i. .,,, 'Z' "-:A Q 'W -A356 , .a . -- L- -, 'Vigil x -,jfiri 4 Q' Qi' -Mggiafe' vit . Saint 1 4 iw' Q, Iggy . mv'- PU' ' V if we., . - Q vm nm 5 Q1 i -K"v:g,4.g,q i s ,W u 9 -.. N- 'gr , x' V X 'F , - I we N "R, ' XG' X it 3 . v -we i A-?'f'Wp+f" L'3' 5 " f E' W Wig:-'ssl - , ' fa' , -:4j,S.l", lf- 5 " b AE A 5uaf"""" I , v .uih E, . 'N if , n ' 0. 1. Ll H' .hx v"mw . .tv .e 1-ab s I Q vi--X Mn- -9 v E! lla. w-M-pw-.1 w--- ' " " ' "fi 'Z f '- 5?"QQ',5.j ,,:,j3I3 '-: j',5f1,,Q ,Qqig"':jfjg-3:31 . ' . N N N 5:-',1..1.gI1.,.,f.-s f, ...Yam . 1.,'fmgy4:1.y.N,1g,gg,'grgaw Q:-4-ima wf ' 2" ' 11 ' f,i-M31 : - i Nifwr-zlfff ff' f' 1' 2f'1'f'-1 M y N,M,., l.,. qA,?.w,5,. x,,. ., . 4 XJ' 'Y"b. T' I 1' . - . lm....k. Academics 107 108 President oudna Focuses Cn Future Plans President Quincy Von Ogden Doudna completed his thirteenth "term" as President of Eastern. Throughout the year. Doudna, the third President of the University. was a different man to different people. Admired. scorned. feared. respected sometimes by the same people at the same time- the lifelong educator stuck to the principle that university should be a cocoon from which a student emerges a liberally-educated individual." With this in mind President Doudna focused much attention on of black students the problems throughout the year. He maintained that Eastern's conservative campus result of a constant "where Eastern is. was a direct evaluation of where Eastern has been. and where Eastern is going. ln the Fall. President Doudna received a letter from the Health and Welfare Department of the Fed- eral Government commending the University on its good use of funds. Under President Doudna, a ten year program for Eastern was re- vealed early in 1970 outlining the future improvements and goals for the University to be achieved through- out the new decade. Among those goals which have been stressed by the President in the past and will still be emphasized greatly through the program will be the spending of more money on teaching functions. hiring new teachers with doctorate degrees. and keeping classes small. With goals in mind for expand- ing the academic curriculum. Doudna received permission from the Board of Governors for "special in col- lege teaching in the math department. Four other programs are also ex- pected to be approved. During March. the Doudna's cele- brated their fortieth wedding anni- a well traveled and oriented couple. the manage to find time throughout the year to attend Univer- versary. Being internationally Doudna's still sity functions. With his wife. Presi- dent Doudna was seen at University games. theatre productions. dances. banquets. and was often the host of -. "fu-1: ..W- V i.: - 1-2.-q. ,.g.gt:. g,1q.,- 4, .. SLN' XR' Mr. and Mrs. Doudna often attend many social events and host teas in their home. ,-gi . Q ' ,M ag,-1, D- W... :5,-3.,'3- X- K .1. . f dt 1 ' "ff 4 ' teas and desserts. . W' :iff pe Zap, ,M ,. " Qi if Q is if , f i, .111 ' . . . . 9 -S .,, if - . ve- , 12 1 i- 9 A . 1 l , g , Qtr-'il' - TL , ..-J .. ln his home President Doudna points out on the map the important places where he and his wife have traveled. as P if? 3 S f ,uv 534, 4. 2 11 ks, .4 President Douclna takes tt little time out from his usual busy dui ut the University to catch up on current events. Mr. and Mrs. Doudnu talk things over at cup of coffee in their dining room of their home located ut 933 Eleventh Street in Charleston. 109 110 Vice-President Ziegel spends many hours in his Old Main office working. 5 No Vice-President Ziegel and his wife Eleanor sit in their home. Ziegel Leaves After 33 Years At Eastern After 33 years of employment at Eastern Illinois University. William H. Ziegel, Vice-President for Ad- ministration. will retire from the position of administrator effective August 31. l97O. Vice-President Ziegel and his family moved from Nebraska to Charleston in I937 when he accepted the position of a professor of educa- tion through the influence of the former University President Buzzard. Ziegel was an instructor for five years. From l942 until I963 he has held various positions in the Univer- sity which include acting Director of Public Relations, Director of Student Personnel and Admissions, Director of Placement, Associate Dean in Teacher Education and Placement. and Dean of Student Academic Serv- ices. Ziegel has been Vice-President for Administration since I963. Both Ziegel and his wife Eleanor have held a great interest in the Eastern students. Zeigel was the ad- visor to the Sigma Tau fraternity for a number of years prior to becoming an administrator. Mrs. Ziegel, like- wise, was an originator of the Sigma Sigma Sigma, the first sorority on campus. Throughout the week, the Ziegels took time out of their schedules to attend University functions such as operas, plays, dances, and various programs. Ziegel feels that going to these types of student functions is not only enjoyable but also helps to make good relations with the student body. Throughout his professional career Ziegel has held a wide active membership in many organizations. Some of these include Illinois Educa- tion Association, Phi Delta Kappa-- Chapter Treasurer, Student Person- nel Association for Teacher Educa- tion National President, Illinois Teacher Placement Association -- President, National Institutional Teacher Placement Association - President, and American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education- ExecutiveCommittee. Among community organizations, Ziegel holds a membership in Rotary International, Charleston Club, and is also an Elder in the Presbyterian Church. 4. .- Ziegel pauses with his secretary Maxine Clay ton at the doors of Old Main by his office. Holt, oody Schaeffer Umfy Umversit Dr. Harley Holt. Vice President ol Business Services. is in charge ol' all the purchasing lor the University. He and his stall' are in charge ol' the pay'- roll. the internal audit. the operations ol' the physical plant. and the accounting operations of the University. Dr. Peter Moody. Yice President for Instruction. is in charge ol' the aca- demic curriculum at Eastern Illinois University. His task is to constantly evaluate the acedemic curriculum ol' the University. Dr. Martin Schaeller. Yice Presi- dent lor Development. is responsible lor investments and long range plans for Eastern Illinois Liniversity. He is also concerned with enrollment pro- jection. price setting. and costs. Dr. Peter Moody-Vice President lor Instruction Dr. Martin Schaeffer-Vice President for Development Dr. Harley Holt VILL Presldenl lor Business Services 7,-f XXX!!! 'U -1 O 0 nv VI 2. :s fm Roland Spaniol4Acting Director of Data Center Row l: James Knott-Director of Placement, Murray Choate-Director Admissions and High School Relations. Row 2: Bob Jones-Assistant Director of Placement, Ernest lVlorris-Coun- selor, Mike David-Assistant Director of Admissions and High School Relations. Administrative Personnel Assist Students fx . Row l: Terrence McCullough-Assistant of University Relations, Dwight Connelly-Assistant of University Relations. Row 2: Kenneth Hesler-Director of University Relation and Alumni Services, Harry Read, Director of Information and Publications. Glenn Williams-Dean of Student Academic Ser- vices, Samuel Taber-Associate Dean and Acting Dean. l 4.1 Row l: George Hackler-Director of Extension, James Martin-Assistant Dean of Records, Maurice Manbeck-Associate Dean of Junior College Relations. Row 2: Richard Campbell-Assistant of Records, Ed Graening- Assistant Dean of Registration, William Quick-Assistant of Registration, Ross Lyman-Director of Financial Aids, Sue Sparks-Assistant Di- rector, John Flynn-Assistant Director. 113 114 dministrators Plan For Needs Row l: Jumes Corey-Director of Counseling Center and Testing Services: Ann Adman. Herbert Bartling. Coordinator ol' Testing Services. Roxx Zi Irving Munn- Clinicul Psychologist. John Grimes-Counseling Psychologist, David Baird-Counselor. Of Students Academic Advisors: Sue Stoner. William Hooper-Director. Janet Holley, kleblack. Calvin Campbell, James Miller. Donald Shaefer, Claud Sanders. 5 L "I Paul Hipple-Internal Auditor. lgvcrett Alms-Superintendent of Physical Plant. John Nlorrisey-Budget Officer, Marion Zane-Controller. Robert Weidhunder-Assistant Administrative Studies. Wayne Owens-Administrative Associate. 1-'P Tx . "' f l Dale Kuntzman. Row 2: Thomas McDevitt, Robert Win- fa- lar.. 43 52 Wil :Y nl 0-" x . 'ir A' N of ky ' 539 ,fir f- fill Cliff Erwin. Louis Heneken, Donald Kluge-Dean of Men. Joseph Luppert, Jerry Zachary-Assistant Dean ol' Men. Jerome Metz- ger, Waller Grant. Residence Halls Q-:gl ill Ill rl I ll .Iwi lI.'I. l Illlljf llllllll Mary Rogers-Dean of Women, Marie Bevan-Assistant Dean of Women. TSI CZ? 2,f-'11 Dorm Directors: Le Lien, Barbara Busch. Joyce Pachciurz. Margaret Reed. Bessie Fredericks. Anne Adrnan, Doris Dunkirk, Jurvel Jackson. 115 116 K l l 5 'REQ X 3 asf ' -as . X Q X i t ,'v'K . ,e Ruth Ggtertner-Director Food Services Ron l: Rudolph Anfinson-Dean Student Personnel Services, Row 2: .liimes Corey-Assoeiute Dean Student Personnel Services. William Miner-Assistant Deun Student Personnel Services. Richard linoehs-Assistant. Administrative Personnel ,,.,..-- I Jerry Heath-Director Health Services. Myron Boylson-Assistant. Gilbert Ransom-Assistant. Lois Kramer-Assistant Director Housing, Robert Miller-Assistant. Albert ir .. J Green-Director Housing. 5 l i Herbert Brooks-Director University Union seated. Edwin McCawley-Assistant, William Clark. Assistant, Warren Wilhelm-Coordinator of Student Activities, Carl Filskow-Foreign Student Advisor Mary Swope-Director School of Home Economics. Walter Lowell-Director School of Health. Physi- cal Education and Recreation. Robert Hare-Director School of Music. Walter Klehm-Director School of Industrial Arts and Technology. James Gril'l'in-Director School of Business. Lawrence Nichols-Chairman of Latin-American Studies. William Cloud-Chairman of Pre-Engineering. Lawrence Ringenberg-Dean College of Letters and Science. Robert Smith-Chairman of Pre-Medical. Raymond Plath-Chairman of Social Sciences. Leonard Durham-Director of Life Science. Row l: Joseph Szerenyi-Director Library Science. Verne Stockman-Director Audio! Visual Center, Frederick Kennerly-Assistant Audio-Visual Center. Floyd Landsuw- Assistant Audio-Visual Center. Wa.- Robert Zabka-Director of Student Teaching. Harry lvlerigis-Dean of Faculty of Education. Donald Gill- Principal of Lab School, George Schlinsog-Assistant Dean of Faculty of Education. 117 118 School of usiness Develops Basic Skills Eastern's business department aids students in obtaining skills needed to meet the challenge of neyy horizons in the ever-changing yyorld of business. Business education has as its goals the instruction of students in basic skills such as bookkeeping. typing. shorthand and the operation of business machines. Thorough training results in the mas- tery of these skills. thus enabling the student to teach commercial subject areas in high school. Statistics. busi- ness laty and accounting. as yyell as the basic business courses. are included in the curriculum of the management student. Management students are also instructed in areas specifically relat- ing to management problems. New data processing courses. real estate courses and a finance major non of- fers students the opportunity for a broader and better background in their chosen field. Those business students who specialize in accounting learn the fundamentals of handling money and recording earnings and expenditures. Business marketing students are taught the differences in marketing channels as uell as the purchasing of goods. The three honorary business fra- ternities are Delta Mu Delta. Phi Beta Lambda and Pi Omega Pi. The busi- ness department is also backed by the Accounting. Marketing. and Manage- ment Clubs. A fraternity for male business majors is Delta Sigma Pi. : .Q . I : 1 ' l l.. i V . Accounting: Row l: .lerorne Rooke. Arthur Hoffman, Wesley Ballsrud. ti Business Education' Row l: Rose Bryce. Jeanette Baker. Majorie Lanman. Betty Camhell. Roxy Z1 Dayton Chase. Ethel Winders. Roger Claar. George Cooper. Sue Hoyt. Thomas Elliott. Jack Murry. A . Marketing: Tom Maruna. Ronald Johnson, Clifford Fagan. John Mertes. Edwin Hackleman. John Moore, Management: Row I: Linda Storm. Jane Lahey. Marilyn Ogelsby. John Roberts. Roxy 2: Eugene Carey, Mark Bomball. l-red Schager. Row 3: John Oxley. William Green- Head. Paul Reynolds. Ned Williams. 'T l'3 Q Sue Hoyt Row 21 Austin Jones, David Wright. Gary Gucldner. Jim Sherman, Wayne Wyler. Dennis Gross, 9-.av i 1 1 5 , .I Row 1: David Billingsley-President, Sharon McDannel-Secretary-Treasurer. Allan Jones-Vice President. Row 2: Gene Emmons. Chip McClure. Keith White, Mike Cunningham, Chester Horn. Dennis Nehls. Row 3: .Iames Griffin-Advisor, Robert Anderson. David Stewart. Dennis Waebbels. Richard Frothingham. The relatively unknown Delta Mu Delta, is the honorary business fraternity sponsored by James Gif- fin, Dean of the School of Business. Eastern's Iota Omicron Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda has taken first place in the State in parliamentary procedure competition for the last '-vr Delta Mu Delta The fraternity. however. held two initiations during the 1969-70 school year and took ten new members. hi Beta Lambda three years. In the 1969, Eastern's chapter representative, Miss Ar- lene Poniatowsky, won the Illinois Miss Future Business teacher Facilities were reserved at the Mattoon Holiday Inn on November 13, 1969 for a banquet. award. Phi Beta Lambda is open to all persons who plan to business careers. engage in Row 1: J. E. Murry-Advisor, Rose Bryce-Advisor, Linda Bayless-Secretary-Treasurer, Suzanne Hawkins'President. Row 2: Sandra Rippon. Karen Hess, Roseann Price, Dan Weidner, Maureen Marshall, Lynn Dailey, Evelyn Stokes. S , 1 5 5 119 l fl f f gi as.: 1" '- - X bf' is 3 S t 3 is bi E 3 Row l: Judy Westendorl-Treasurer. Sue Bender-Historian. Joyce Probst-Reporter. Row 2: Sherri Barker, Carol Noland. Velma Goheen, Roseann Price. Linda Bayless. Sandra Rippon. Row 31 Dr. George K. Cooper. Dr, James F. Gilfin. Bruce Weinard. Dr, Thomas Elliott. Pi Omega Pi Accounting Club Pi Omega Pi is an honorary' na- tional business education society' whose members are selected by' their overall grade point average. Through local and national projects they serve those majoring in busi- ness education in such ways as see- ing what teacher certification re- quirements are needed in each state. Primarily' organized to broaden the student's background in the field of accounting. the Accounting Club also strives to help its members in planning their careers. Through in- formative monthly lectures deliv- ered by prominent businessmen. corporation heads, and accounting firms. the club's members are in- formed of the wide variety of op- portunities that exist in today's accounting field as well as descrip- tions of job duties and openings available Anyone interested in the discipline of accounting is welcome to belong to the club. Membership is open to both accounting and non- accounting majors. Row l: Jean Quarnstrom-Secretary. Julie Arnett-Treasurer. Dennis Wuebbels-Vice President. Mike Cunningham-President. Row 2: Gene Emmons. Duane Hoevet. SuLanne Hawkins. Gail Behrens. Edith Warner. Wally Rotz, Dennis Nehls. Row 3: Karl James Sherman-Co-Advisor, Calvin Reynolds, Thomas Beard. Robert Anderson. Chuck Hale. John Stole. Hampton Nolin. Row 4: Wayne Wylcr-Co-Advisor, Gary Gueldner, Greg Andersen, Paul Snyder. Allan Jones. Adam Hollhauer. K1 Nr G? X'-...X but Row l: Wes Kautzi'Vice-President. Tom Bellone-President, Marty Wilder-Secretary. George Dahlquist-Treasurer. Row Z: Ronald Peplow, Steve Clarke, Thierry Brabant. Dan Tolliver. Keith White. Terry Ridgley. Row 3: Brian Piersma. David Curtis. Dan Cox, Bob Hyete. Dennis Benline. John Meno. Row 4: Herbert Koch, Thomas Short. Allan Jones, Mark Jefferson. Dave Heckel. Glenn Miner. Ken Earnst. arketing Club Society For The The Marketing Club enables both majors and non majors to profit from non-academic marketing personnel to supplement the experience they nor- mally get in the classroom. Speakers from all facets of business attend the meetings to enlighten the opportunites today. dvancement The Society for the Advancement of Management provided students with an insight into the actual practice of management profession. The students "learn by do" and developed through participation and personal involvement. All students with an interest in man- 2lI'1ElgCH1CHf agement are eligible for membership. Meetings were held two nights a month. "Senior" chapters of SAM entitled graduates to continue their interest in the club. They provided counsel and advice for University chapters in the various areas. Row l: James Horstman-Secretary, Dan Cox-Vice President. Calvin Reynolds-Treasurer, Fred Furman-Faculty Advisor. Row 2: Larry Boyer, Robert Franken, Robert Anderson, Mark Jefferson, Greg Andersen, Ron Krukewitt. Row 3: Craig Maer, Tom Totten, Robert Kile, John Klinkowics. .QR xt ef fre 121 CD 7 Aj P, li' '!y- ' 'mv v, Q L' ,Abs - A ffl A 2 4 122 Row l: Roy' Luecke-Chancellor. Larry' Mengchel-Secretary. Mark Riggio-Senior Vice President, William Sehweickhart-President. .lim Hinz-Vice President. Richard Frothingharn-Treasurer. Row 21 Vincent Toepfcr. Randy Weeks. Dennis McCormick. Greg Zaic. James Stewart. lieigh Kraegel. Wally Rolf. Dennis Nehls. Tom Totten. Michael Lang. Row 3: Dennis Benline. Jerry' Christ. Grank Eppelheimer. Bob Van Hyfte. Kent Harkness. Brian Piersma. Timothy Clover-Advisor. Frank Yacklc, Les Romines. Row 4: Robert Mocella. Dan Cox. Paul Snyder. Bruce Weinard. David Stewart. Chuck Hale. Glen Peterson. Dan Tolliver. Dane Henry. Phil Colonius. i Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi is the business Index. a measurement of overall fraternity that was organized to com- effectiveness of each chapter in the bine social activities and brother- hood with the professional aspects of business, To do this. this year's programs included various speakers from such companies as Western Electric and tours of such places as United Steel in Chicago. Social- ly' they sponsored the annual Com- puter Dance. The Epsilon Omega chapter was formed in 1964 and has received the status of a number one chapter in the nation. This status is deter- mined by the Chapter Efficiency nation. Points are awarded in five different areas: professional ac- tivities. scholarship. membership, finance. and general activity: East- ern's chapter has achieved a maxi- mum of lO0,000 points every year since they organized. To be a Delta Sigma Pi pledge, the guy must be a business major. have a 2.5 in business, and a 2.25 overall. The pledgeship is similar to that of a social fraternity in brotherhood but goes beyond this to a professional level. 6-5 Row I: Jim Baurer. Bill Evans. Penn Frisby. Row 22 Anthony Klyczek, Howard Ruck. John Perry, Jack Erdmann. Education Facult Offers Involvement s T . '- I -V - aa.. , V Q .. 'Y Row li Lorene Ziegler, Carol Helwig, Mary Lou Anderson, MacLaren, Carl Green, George Schlinsog, Louis Grado, Paul Lahron Schenke, Earl Doughty. Marian Wozencraft. Row 2: Fred Ward, Glen Hubele, John Guckert, One of the main programs of re- organization in the education depart- ment this year was concerned with involvement in the public school sys- tem. Dr. Merigis, dean of the Faculty of Education. felt that it was neces- sary for the undergraduate to partici- pate in the public schools in order to learn what a teaching situation is like on a first hand basis. The student had to encounter children in or out of the classroom in order to find out if he can com- municate with them. Unfortunately many students did not know how to talk with children and ran into prob- lems when the student taught. To remedy the problem the faculty of education plans to offer more courses in the future which will involve par- ticipation in a public school in either Charleston or Mattoon. The depart- ment feels that this will give students more of an opportunity to come into contact with the age group that they will be teaching. Gerland, Robert Zabka. Row l: Verne Stockman, LeRoy Peterson, Robert Shuff, Chifton Foster. Row 2: Zbinden, William Crane, Gerhard Matzner, Thomas Floyd, Walter Robert Zabka serves as Director of Student Teaching. a Q. 124 'sv' Et' Row l: Diane Dupuis-Treasurer. Judy Reidelberger-Vice-President. Beth Wahlert-Historian. Jeanie Baungarte-President. Dennis Smcltzer-Pledge Chairman. Carmie Sterrenberg-Corresponding Secretary. Row Z: Jan Hooser, Marilyn Viverito. Diana Hall. Patricia Thackrey, Sandra Rippon. Ann Schnitz. Suzzanne Kloker. Cinda Miles. Judith Carter, Diane Black, Gloria Gruhaugh. Colleen Kuknyo. Martha Shobc. Row 3: Colleen Foster, Carol Folkerts. Marilyn Fowler. Michaelene Queen. Joyce Probst. Joyce Wolfer. Linda Cole, Judy Westendorl. Lloyd Zubcr, Lana Grimes. Sue Sandahl. Pennie Gebhart. Lee Kulik. Marcia Stupka. Linda Kozer. appa Delta Pi The Beta Psi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi. a professional society in education. was installed at Eastern in l93l. Juniors who were education majors and had a 3.l grade point average were asked to pledge in January and then became official members of Kappa Delta Pi in April at their annual Spring Banquet. The honor society sends two delegates biannually to the national conference of Kappa Delta Pi and annually sponsors Honors Day at Eastern in the Spring. Men's Junior High Club The Elementary and Junior High Men's Club is a society interested in encouraging more men to go into elementary and junior high teaching. We have a problem today with not enough men in this educational field and this particular men's club is trying to correct it. The men met once a month and usually had guest speakers at their meetings who talked on teaching problems today. The men got into discussions. too, over elementary and junior high education. Judy Reidelberger and Sue Sandahl compete in a game at the Pi Kappa Delta Christmas party. Growing larger in number this year, the men ol' the Junior High Club often meet in the Union, .yanYF"""" 'WP ,un Row l: Clifton Foster-Advisor, Judy Gerdausky, Sharon Ryan. Jerry Hudson. Row 2: Connie Osborne, Particia Thackrey, Sally Grabbe, Pat Varel, Paula Grabenstein, Patricia Forkner, Mary Boshell, Connie Anselment, Cynthia Crowe, Donna Pasquale, Carol Folkerts, Cinda Miles. Row 3: Linda Crackel, Ann Schnitz, Ebelyn Stokes, Connie Whitler, Kay Arthur, Dixie Pinkstaff, Katharine Buckles, Priscilla Lawwill, Lois Cannell, Marlene Stilley, Jeanne Corrigan, Linda Culton, Brenda Miller. Row 4: Cindy Swanick, Marlene Conner, Judith Carter, Donna Ogden, Linda Cole, Ellen King, Lucy Kappler, Sharon Guilfoyle, Lynn Dailey, Denise LaFine, Diane Mitchell, Becky Builta. Row 5: Deberah Wohltman, Mary Buchanan, Judy Hill, Janet Ponsler, Donna Porter, Donald Cornue, John Cavanaugh, Gerald Schlenz. Ken Janowski, Martha Evans, Marilyn Fowler, Beverly Jacobs, Barbara Fehrenbacher. Association for Childhood Education Student Education ssociation Pg. :sat This year's Student Education Association, advised by Clifton Foster, reached an all-time record member- ship of 350 juniors and senior educa- tion majors. Keeping in mind its professional theme for the year, "Opportunity Teaching," the Student Education As- sociation met frequently and heard speeches by prominent men in educa- tion who spoke on such subjects as "Junior College Opportunities," Over- seas Teaching," "Peace Corp," "Vis- ta," and "Opportunities in Public Schools." The highlight of the year for the Student Education Association was the annual Education Week during which they had seminars, speeches, and a special banquet to honor outstanding student teachers and cooperating teachers. The Association of Childhood Edu- cation is a national association of those interested in the education of children between the ages of two and twelve. At their monthly meetings members of ACE learned about teaching and problems that they will face in the ed- ucational field. Guest speakers in- formed them on different aspects of teaching. At Christmas, members took favors to the children at the Wel- fare Center in Mattoon. Row l: Earl Doughty-Advisor, Carmie Sterrenberg-Publicity Chairman, Judy Hill-President Primary, Judith Carter-Secretary-Treasurer, Patty Heath-President Intermediate, Linda Kozer-Publicity Chairman, Dale Downs-Advisor, Row 2: Susan Mikeworth, Connie Osborne, Carole Strohm, Chris Mennie, Pat Varel, Carol Matthiesen, Judy Copeland, Carol Millis, Marlene Stilley, Bonnie Willrett, Cathy Provinzano, Mary Albright, Becky Guenther, Penny Smith, Janis White. Row 3: Elizabeth Wilson, Donna Pasquale, Diane Mitchell, Judy Gerdausky, Jeanne Corrigan, Carole Kaine, Ellen King, Kay Arthur, Lucy Kappler, Peggy Binder, Linda Roese, Jane Litherland, Pam Dickinson, Donna Stanley, Sheila Schwab, Connie Anselment. Row 4: Linda Todd, Bernadette Gleespen, Cindy Swanick, Mary Buchanan, Marlene Conner, Judy Saums, Donna Dodd, Ann Miller. Donna McMaster, Dana McCormick. Nellie Scherling, Mary Bossler, Martha Reppen, Kathie Springgate, Brenda Miller, Carol Beck. Row 5: Sandy Strazar, Karen Haw- ley, Janet Possler, Sharon Guilfoyle, Pat Solverson. Katharine Buckles, Donna Ogden, Donna Porter, Karen Goble, Martha Evans, Corinne Kirsch, Janelle Richards, Martha Purcell, Bari Arnote, Phyllis Goldstein, Cinda Miles. IFN 126 Student Teaching Brings Realization Student teaching is one of the most important factors of any pro- gram of teacher education, No mal- ter hoyv yxell the other aspects of the program of teacher education are carried out. it is only through the teaching practicum that other as- pects of teaching are fully realized. lt is the objective of the teach- ing practicum to provide a com- prehensive experience in harmony with the needs of the student. his ability. interest and initiative. his special talents. and the facilities of the school system and community. Participants in the teaching prac- ticum must comply with all regula- tions and qualifications relative to admittance to teacher education. Students enrolled in the elementary' school curriculum must have com- pleted education 324 and 328. The junior high curriculum requires that the student has finished education 3ll. 3l2. and 3l3 or 3l-1. Students enrolled in the high school or special area curriculum must have com- pleted education 332. 333. or psycho- logy 231. v . ix 1 I t if lvl .t iw 'aw ' t'ii ---si A ' Si' iliii I' F?" V ,S Susan Michels helps a senior English student in Mrs. Plath's class with term paper outline lv 9 6,1 1' S Joe Ballotti helps a Charleston geometry student with her assignment as part of his daily student teaching practices and curriculum. L- 'Q '. K. i . ab School Promotes Research The Lab School is a department of Eastern lllinois University in the faculty for education. Donald Gill functions as the department head. The school serves as a support for the teacher education department in the area of elementary and junior high teaching. The school offers a pre-teaching experience which al- lows the University student to partic- ipate in teaching. A great amount of research is also carried out in areas of teaching instrumental Student teacher Jeri Chiapelli helps a student to understand his reading assignment. music. comparative study in pro- grammed reading. motor facilita- tion, and observation of elementary and junior high students. Micro teaching is also done at the junior high level. There are 42 members on the lab school staff. Four members hold doctorate degrees. while the re- maining members of the staff hold a Master's degree or the equivalent of one or more years of study be- yond the baccalaureate degree. Row l: Donald Bill. Mildred Morgan, Joan Doemelt, Judith Henderson, Carol Turner, Row 2: Hannah Eads. Patricia Green. Frances Falen. Donna Tuveson, Mildred Hopkins. Betty Moore, Willis Waltman. Row 3: Phillip Settle. Fred Hattabaugh. Martha Atteberry. Dale Downs, Rosemary Reece, Mary Shukis, ' ,gpm ' ifffeik i "Ml fs Mi? ,- ,. x, hw' -J B aafifflfi Sandra Staley. Royal Senn. Delbert Foust. Row 4: Donald McKee. Paul Furholt, Ed Rauch. Raymond Griffin. Evelyn Pinther. Larry Ferguson, George Triplett, Thomas Lahey. Row 5: Shirley Barrette. .Iohn Erick- sen, Larry Weaver. 3 Classroom involvement through discussion becomes a tool of learning for Kathy Phillips. 127 128 -H1 X x L Tha?Pli"U'3Ul1U'CdUCiiU0n5lUdCm5VH1lChUIUWIB- This sludcnl instructor uxca u hand clock lo get over a point to the class Dr. Pclcrxonk xpcclul cducalion GCIUOHNIFLIICS hmm lo gum lhc ullunlron of children in u night clusb, .115 In A ...mu Dr. Leroy Peterson explains one of his equations on the board. New Special Ed Program The teacher training program was begun in the Summer of I967. The children who need special edu- cation are those who are mentally handicapped. learning disability. emotional maladjustments, crippling condition. impaired hearing. social problems. hearing problems. and multiple handicap conditions. At the present time, there are about 100 students enrolled in special edu- cation courses. Currently. this pro- gram provides teacher training in the fields of mentally handicapped and learning disabilities. Some of the courses include educational pro- cedures for teaching mentally handi- capped. for children with learning disabilities. diagnosing problems with learning disabilities. In the future. plans are being made to offer a new area of teacher training in the field of the socially and emotionally maladjusted and in the area of the multiply handicapped. Three special education majors look over class materials. 129 130 rt Department Expands Activity Scope Eastern's art department has con- tinually expanded the scope of its ac- tivities through the years. and this year was no exception. An Afro-American url course passed through the Council of Academic Affairs. Efforts to estab- lish both Master of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Arts degrees still remain without definite results. yet the outlook is hopeful. The National Art Education Organ- ization on campus provides for further art experiences through its programs. Spring quarter. this association spon- sored night classes for the study of water color techniques. Most of Eastern's art activities begin and devolop in the Fine Arts Displays of clay working, sketching, painting. ceramics-in general, any art form imaginable-can often be seen in the otherwise bare corridors of the Fine Arts center. Several of these works eventually find places in other exhibits and art galleries as well as other types of art competition. A student model poses for drawing. Darla Sluder examines pottery at the annual Summer fair where students can sell their artwork. Upper picture: Row l: Herb Neitzel. Karen Braun, Garret DeRuiter, Virginia Bodine. Row 2: Ben Watkins, Dick Moldroski, June Krutza, Virginia Hyett. Ray Stapp, Olga Durham, Paul Bodine, Lower pictureg Row l: Calvin Countryman, Roland Leipholz, Bill Heyduck, Caryl Knoop. Row 2: Jim Patterson, Carl Em- merich. John Linn. Ron Hinson. Carl Shull. Lynn Trank, Carl Wilen, Jerry lVlcRoberts. 5 at neu , Q Y 9, S . R R I.. Row l: Jan Schumacher-Vice President, Ray Stapp-Advisor, Priscilla Lawwill-President. Row 2: Pam Slater, Elaine Brashinger, Pam Schaub, Catherine Stula. ational rt Education ssociation The National Art Education Asso- ciation is an organization which aims at furthering art in all areas. In the past, the group promoted the sale ol' student art work. In order to obtain membership. an individual need only to subscribe to an art magazine, Art Education. This year, the group held monthly meetings. At these meetings. the pro- gram usually consisted of panel dis- cussions and speakers. On occasion. -G Sl-91210-XAsNQ'4.QGPQ' the group had students who had com- pleted their student teaching talk to the group about their student teaching ex- periences. Also, the group has sought to promote education in the area of art. x -3... W Much time is spent in carefully "throwing a pot" forthe ceramics classes. A coed operates a handloom for weaving class. 131 132 . x Q s- k, 4 X K YQ Ps' .at a 9,9 5 'ffifxef 'S A' 5. 1 This is an example of some of the artwork produced by the students. Painting is one ofthe several classes offered by the art department t .,'.:v,.g,' my " fl, ,, 4 I 1 ,,- 5 Q t 4 :,,, '1 , I' . ,l ,. e I ' u This girl lakes many hours of class time lo concentrate on working on art projects for the quarter. School Of Music Plans New Classes Music Theory and History Department: Row l: Robert Weidner. David Ahl- Strom. Row 2: Robert Hare, James Krehbiel, Algred Loeffler, Fred Bouknight. Keyboard Department: Row l: Joan Squire, Karen Sanders, Cath- Education Department: Anola Radtke, Mary Bialek. Row 2: Clyde Cappon, erine Smith, Row 2: Robert Bowman, Gary Zwicky. George Sanders. Robert Pence, Elvis Cobel, Rhoderick Key, James Robertson. Instrumental Department: Joseph Martin, Robert Synder, Burton Hardin, George Westcott, Earl Boyd, Fethi Kopuz, Peter Vivona, Donald Tracy. The School of Music has reached several "New Horizons" this past year both in planning and accomplishments. New courses in Enthnomusicology are in the planning stage. The Collegium Musicum is being revitalized. A new course, Music 220, The Role of the Black in Western Music, will be of- fered during Summer quarter, l970. Stage Band Arranging, Music 459, is being offered for the first time during Spring quarter. Classes in beginning Instrumental Techniques are now meet- ing once each week as a laboratory instrumental group. Several other classes were offered for the first time this year. Among them were Music 338, Music in the Allied Arts, courses in harpsichord performance, courses in the technique of accompanying and Music 466. Vocal Pedagogy. Concert Choir and Mixed Chorus combined once each week as an Orathorio Cho- rus. Eastern also held the Metropoli- tan Opera auditions on January l0,l970. 133 134 Sigma lpha ota Sigma Alpha Iota. working in its third year at Eastern. is a national pro- fessional music fraternity for women. Sigma Alpha Iota was instrumental in financing the Metropolitan Opera au- ditions which were held at Eastern in January. This was the first time au- ditions have been held in this part of Illinois. The purpose of Sigma Alpha Iota is to raise the standards of music at Eastern. and to further the interest of music in general. Sigma Alpha Iota originated in I967 as a companion or- ganization to Phi Mu Alpha. the men's music fraternity. Sigma Alpha Iota is open to music majors. minors. and elementary education majors with mu- sieconcentration. Q 5 Row l: Brenda Ramsey. Marilyn Wagner-President. Katie Bennett-Corresponding Secretary. Karen Lingler-Recording Secretary. Ardys Booker-Vice President. Judy Glover-Treasurer. Row 2: Dee Justice. Lillian Arnold. Connie Aeschleman. Mary Davito. Beth Bossert. Row 3: Celia Bontin. Jeanne Benson. Gale Neel. Kathy Goodwin. Ruth Iftner. Becky Smith. Mary Schneider. Row 4: June Johnson- Advisor. Pat Finley. Chris Lange. Linda Fischer. Joan Wikoff. Shirley Layman. Pat O'Hare. Marcia Harris. hi Phi Mu Alpha is a men's music fraternity which works to advance the Cause of music in America. to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music. to develop a fra- ternal spirit among the members. and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. In order to obtain active membership. a man must display a love for music. U lpha In February. the group held a banquet at which they presented Dr. George Westcott with a chapter honorary membership. There are presently 30 members in Phi Mu Alpha. This Spring the group held a musical variety show with the women's fraternity. Sigma Alpha Iota. The group also provides ushers for the artists series. Row lg Malcolm Britton-Treasurer. Ross Kellan-President. Fred GravesASecrelary. Mick Garrison-Vice President. Robert Snyder-Advisor. Dennis Willan. Row 2: Larry Wagner. Alan Arnold. Paul Noerenberg. Mike Mahan. Row 3: Jim Biro. Richard Zimmerman. Sam Reese, David Hickox. Row 4: Bob Olmsted. Joe Davito. Steve Stockdale. Wayne Dopke. V3 tg 1-Q ,ag ,4- Y-D AN fr if Alan Arnold motions for a lower volume. Wayne Dopke, Stan Bennett, and Wayne Benson provide a lighter side to music with dance band arrangements. Robert A. Smith adds the sound of a guitar to thejazz band at basketball games. AF' ll' Dennis Ostermann plays the melody on the electric piano as the other band members follow. 135 136 Music Educator's National Conference Nlusic Educators National Con- ference is a professional group which organizes music majors. minors. and interested students into an educational group. The purpose of this group is to promote music education. This past l it 5 . fl. -M A L, , l 'xii X year. the group has had several speak- ers talk to them. Slides were shown to the group also. The group plans to have the director of the youth music conference speak to them. A joint ses- ff 432: Y ...A 3 sion has been planned to be held with Millikin University sometime this year. Also several members of the group at- tended the Annual Music Conference held in Chicago on March 6. 1970. l Rovt l: Rhoderick Key-Advisor. Malcolm Britton-Vice President. Ardys Bookerf5ecretar5-Treasurer. Marcia Probst-President. Donna Cleveland, Susan Andrews. Pat Ryan. l-ran Lobby. Ron I: Chris Deboxx. Dennis Willan. D. lrf Scherer. lrcnc Schmidt, .loc Davito, Ruth lftngi-,karen Ljnglqr, Row 3: Mick Garrison. Susan Nan Noorkis. Beverly Young. Marcia Harris. Connie Aeschleman. Paul Nocrenberg, Allan Cook, Row -li Corky Kellan. Georgia Wilson. Debbie Poynter. Fred Graves. Bob Rogers. Nancy Cufaude. Don Mazza. Chris Lange. Wayne Benson. .lim Sanstrom. Sam Reese, Irene fy fle portrays Ciretel in the major vocal Winter music production Hunxel and Gl't'It'l l The orchestra in cooperation with the chorus presents Handel's Messiah in McAfee gym prior to the Christmas vacation. Ensembles The range of Eastern's vocal ensemble groups allowed students of all levels of singing ability to participate in choral activities. Two of the singing organizations. the Concert Choir and the Mixed Chorus. were credit based courses. The Chamber Singers, a group of twenty expert vocalists. and the Ontario Chorus, with open membership. rep- resented the non-credit ensembles. Through the year. students acquired concert experience from their per- formances. The Marching Band, the Con- cert Band, and the EIU Stage Band made up the expanding Instrumental Ensemble division of Eastern's Mu- sic Department. Each home foot- ball game received encouragement and entertainment from the March- ing Band. The Concert Band served as a source of studies dabbling in various areas of band literature. Eastern's Stage Band focussed in the direction of perfection in per- forming. Thus music. an integral part of campus life and study was reflected in the band. The word "orchestra" at Eastern has come to connote two images. One picture of orchestra might include the all-student or- chestra might include the all-stu- dent orchestra. Any student may become a member by proving his ability through an audition. The second implication of or- chestra could refer to the Eastern Illinois Symphony Orchestra which was composed of faculty, students, and Charleston residents. Both orchestration groups re- hearsed weekly, at least, to keep in shape for their program schedule. Precision and timing is the key goal of concentration stressed in playing in the marching band. 137 138 Theatre Arts Grow In lay Productions The popularity' ol' the aetivities in the theatre arts department has grown notieeably over the eourse ol' this year. liaeh quarter tuo ma-ior produetions are staged, a theatre reading or novel- based play. and an original drama. ln addition. tlie Five Ofloek Theatre gives oeeasional perlormanees on Wed- nesdays. Linder this heavy sehedule. the aetors and theater erexv have proven their agility and adaptability in sueh major produetions as "The Stranger." "MaeBeth." and Ntelemaehus elayf' The sLlCCCss ol' the live Ofloels The- atre programs was evident as students aeeepted seats in the aisles to view perlormanees sueh as "The Killing ol' Sister George." All ol' these plays are staged and direeted by students with a minimum ol' laeulty supervision and eritieism. This liberal program allows the students to tlecepl responsibilities while using their ereativetalents. Next year the theatre arts depart- ment plans to expand its working area, Musie reeitals will be held in a new building not yet eonstrueted. and the theatre art department will be more flexible. Dave Adams stands below stage lights as he perlorms the part ol king Dunean in Mui'Bvlh, l Row I1 li. G. Ciahbard. Row 2: Michael McBride. Giva McBride. Gerald Sulli- van. Row 3: .laelv Rang. W. livan Mannalsee. Mary Giese twilel discusses some family' problems with Dan bandl in a seene from last Springs produetion. The Lillle FlIl.X'l".Y, NH File ther hus- Marcia Gulbrandsen fthe pregnant daughterl talks to John Waldbillig fthe hippie sonj in HaUway Up the Tree, a production staged and put on by the departments Summer theatre. K f 4" J-fx fi' h , , 'K ii ' '.i-E255-?f :- -ff X Xt-1 Heather Hoebel Qthe narratorj and other stage members work together in one of the many 5 O'Clocks. .LP- 139 rg 140 D.tn ltlu .md othur mtg: gran murnhcrx txnd ttctrng IN not thc only work in I ,ta N .Q , frff- K, 99. . M, gg. .lunicu Biuva spends much of her time backstage designing and sewing c thcgttru tts they nukc prcpgxrttttons tor un upcoming play. uontumcm to spcclully fit thc part of the play characters. Nhry Lou Slltllh hclpx nmku groxxnx and hull buckles for uw In Mut'Bell1, thc mujor Wtnlcr produutlon of thc thculcr. Home Economics Prepares For Careers .,.....ull"" "Wa The School of Home Economics offers programs of preparation for careers in education, family services. and business. The school also offers courses in family relationships, child development, home management. and family economics, as well as those in clothing, textiles, food and nutri- tion, household equipment. and home furnishings. The School of Home Economics provides breadth and depth in an increasing number of areas in special education. The department is headed by Dr. Mary Ruth Swope. This year Eastern had two members of the Home Eco- nomics Club elected as officers in the Illinois Home Economics Association. They were Ann Nunn as State Presi- dent and Carolyn Warthen as Con- sumer Interest Chairman. ?"""' ig-W, It is not unusual for male students to become Demonstrations of dicing and performing other cooking functions are common. interested in the finer arts of cooking. V-Y L CP' lj -'C Y . .pf . 1- "lc: . Row l: Ruth Dow, Nancy Keppler, Mary Lou Watkins, Mary Ruth Swope, Helen Devinney, Ruby Smith. Row 2: Joyce Crouse, Kathleen Howell. Edith Hedges, Patsy Alexander, Shirley Weasel, Caryl Johnson. 141 142 'T Row l: Nancy Schrader-President,'Jo Cox-Vice-President, Pennie Gebhart-Treasurer, Janice Bertschinger-Second Vice-President. Row 2: LaDonna Junker, Kathy Augustine, Ardith Pfieffer, Susan Hoffman, Carolyn Warthen, Kathy Pierce, Linda Culton. Row 3: Nancy DeWitt, Linda Beck, Brenda Bridges. .lan Kuhns. Marilyn McDonald, Mary Gwin. Joan Green. Kappa Omicron Phi is the hon- orary sorority for those interested in the field of home economics. The advisor for the group is Miss Helen Devinney. The theme for this year was on the subject of welfare. At the monthly meetings, films were pre- sented and speakers delivered pro- grams on this topic. In December, a tea was given in honor of the founders of home economics. Those present were members of the Home Econom- ics Club. their parents, and mem- bers of the faculty. At the January meeting, new pledges were taken into the group. These new pledges were initiated at the February meeting. Students learn first hand experience in class for taking care of the newly born infant. appa micron Phi it ak Bvi- Home economic students stand before a class and display consumer protection booklets. '5 r vi- -. , 1 5 Q Q .. - Row l: Darlene Heer-Membership Chairman, Sheila Faris-Social Chairman, Phyllis Siegert-Treasurer, Susan Hoffman-Vice-President. Judy Burch. Carolyn Worthen-Membership Chairman. Linda Beck-Recording Secretary. Row 2: Jacky Pytosky. Karen Koutsoumpsa. Brenda Thomas. Cheryl Tanner, Alexa Haws. Myra Hyneman. Lois Harder, Ardith Pfeiffer. Susan Arnold. Carol Woolcott. JoAnn Baldwin. Row 3: Kathleen Coen. Trish Schmitendorf. Rosalie Bak. Patti Roberts, Susan Seeders. Pamela Taake, Susan Kline. Barbara Call, Dee Bedinger, Jennifer Maves. Ruth Winter. Nancy Kendrick, Mary Cohorst. Row 4: Linda Garlinghouse. Jan Fuller. Kathy Alexander, Jan Kuhns. Lori Paul. Pennie Gebhart. Jane Buscher. Peggy Storey, Julia Miller, Gail Neubauer, Diane Seibert. Mary Bucher. Row 5: Brenda Dehm. Faith Dimock. Nancy Schrader. Alida McCullough, Nancy Gartner. Janice Taylor, Kathy Rendla, Theresa Rahn. Norma McDonald. Donna Turner. Margaret Breitbarth, Ann Mattis. Linda Watson. Faye Millburg. Home Economics Association Eastern's Home Economics Club. otherwise known as the Student Home Economics Association, had an en- rollment of three hundred members. Two hundred of these girls were majors. This was the largest enroll- schools. This year the club was di- vided into six groups: Three in edu- cation, one in food and nutrition, one in family service, and one in busi- ness. Eastern was the first state school to do this. The club had an annual fabric sale to raise funds to provide transportation to conventions and conferences, In May. a banquet was held for the seniors, and to honor the outstanding junior in the field of Home Economics. ment. percentage wise, of the state 1. V, Q . Row l: Carol Newman, Sharon Rouland, Kathy Augustine. Marilyn McDonald-President. Kathy Pierce. Row 2: Nancy DeWitt, Dorothy Omland, Pam Bayles, Clara Strole, Brenda Chapman. Linda White, Cynthia Crowe, Betsy Engelhorn, Claudia Wilk. Row 3: Linda Culton, Joan Green, Marilyn Vass, LaDonna Junker, Sharon McClintock, Jo Cox, Vickie Braun, Dena Dean, Jean Melton, Judith Britton, Susan Carlson. Row 4: Carol Hutton, Re- becca Hebert. Mary Gwin, Janice Bertschinger, Brenda Bridges, Cheryl Lookingbill, Sherry McKee, Pat Petersen, Jean Leavitt, Donna Ogden. Row 5: Jeanne Percival, Mary Morris. Nancy Sirausberger, Sharon Rothermel, Rebecca Steely, Marilyn Jones, Marcia Holthaus. Nancy Taylor, Marilynn Wilke, Margaret Helregel. 143 i 4 ji, 'v X x I - . , 3:,,-s- - . ,it mat t 'su v-a5EEf '. Nil it as f2T2f2r2?,i9 f gf '-if" .ll t ' .-' i mf" 1 ' '-kesfzff . . .-an 1.- Row l: Robert Sonderman. Frank Thornton. Ewell W. Fowler. Charles Elliott, Walter Klehm, Charles Watson, Row 2: Wayne Coleman. Bryan Shoster. Dean Teel. ndustrial Arts Adds Vocational Education Under the head of Dr. Walter Klehm, the School of Industrial Arts completed its second year in the mod- ern equipped Applied-Arts Education Center. A new change of course this year in the industrial arts department was the additon ol' the vocational education class under the direction of Dr. Joley. Here, the industrial arts majors learned how to better organize prin- ciples as well as programs in indus- trial work. It coordinated a coeduca- tional program in connection with home economics, health, business education, and guidance departments. Besides this, the industrial arts department was responsible for the or- ganization of special graduate work- shops offered in the Summer and at night. l Q' .lit W-'Elf i 1 ' '.. t ' 'lt .alll ,tl 1 'gl ' 4 r 4 I' fl ,X s,x l Jerry Hewefdifw IOUCHCS UP hiS Pr0jCCl. This l.A. major makes sure his drawers have been cut straight. br. ., - F! 2 z Row l: John Cavanaugh-President. Art Neuhaus-Vice President. Edward Lagacy-Secretary. Lowell McGregor-Treasurer, Row 2: Mike Goff. Ron Stearns. Jim Tammen. Frank Thornton. Bryan Shiester, Ken Janowski. Tony Kohrig. Jerry Hudson. C. W. Watson-Advisor. Row 3: Clifford Erwin, Gerald Hewerdine-Historian. Ed Crackel, Donald Mattis. Evert Levitt. Steve Carmichael. William Lighthall, Dennis Simpson. Jesse Bervanga, Walter Klehm. Row 4: Dean Teel. Arlin Cortelyou. Don Vogel. John Shelton. Frank Hina. David Hall. Kell Turner. Steve Harres. Ross Wakefield. Everett Honegger. Row 5: Charles Elliott. David Coons, Tim Timmerman. Wayne Coleman. Barry Lowder. Cecil Herpstreith. Ewell Fowler. Steve Farrell. Steve Wright, Cliff Johnson. ndustrial rt Club The Industrial Club aims at pro- moting involvement in the area of in- dustrial arts. This year. the club has held monthly meetings. Each year. the club is responsible for the building of the Homecoming queen's float and this year was no exception. During the year. the club has spon- sored a variety of speakers. A local lawyer talked to the group about the legal responsibilities of an industrial arts teacher in the student workshop. A man from the coast talked to the group about the different types of lum- ber. Various other speakers covered such topics as machinery and knic- nacs. The group held its annual Spring picnic to close the year of activities. Epsilon Pi Tau Epsilon Pi Tau. Eastern's honor- ary International Industrial Art Soci- ety under the direction of Charles El- liot. took its largest pledge class this year. Requirements to become a mem- ber included being an upper class major with a "B" average. urlff' . " 'af I ,C .af - . .Qi XVII' Row 1: Jerry Danaha-President, Jim Tammen-Treasurer, Mike Goff-Vice President, Charles A. Elliott-Trustee. Row 2: Frank Thornton. Kenneth Clark, Art Nevhaus, Cliff Johnson, Terry Samonds, Ross Wakefield. l -Suv fi? I 145 146 nglish epartment Gffers New Courses F. , , p f i", -H fi' F1 t. ,. I fr, , Q 1 Roxy l: Kathryn Tobertson. Lueina Gabbard. Wanda Wiley. Carolyn Anlinson. Frances lVleColl. Gladys Ekeberg. Marie Tyeer. Louise Murray. Rachael Richardson. Row 2: Brian Salehert. Robert White. Allen Nell. lnorrest Smith. l-'rank Stokes. George Rommel. Robert Wharton. Charles Switzer, Roger Whitloiy, I-raneis Palmer. Ralph Hunt. Walter Lafenby. Kenneth Speneley. Clarence Wible. Henry Silverstein. Lee Steinmetz. Row 3: Richard Rogers. Daniel Hughes. John Kelleher. Larry Thompson. Donald Dolton. .laek Suhlette. Ronald Leathers. .lames Quivey. Frank Como. Robert Brown, William Wilson, The English department. located on the third floor ol' Coleman Hall East. had several new eourses to oller to the students this year. English 2l5 was a new eourse in mythology. By studying the Greek and Roman myths ol' the past. the student was better able to understand the make-up of twentieth century literature, The two quarter Shakespeare eourse was divided into a three quarter Shakespeare series this year. As stated by Dr. Robert White. head of the English department. "the purpose ol the English department is to expand the minds and free the imag- inations of our students and stall." The department has worked toward this goal through eareful analysis of the curriculum. Allen Neff. Ralph Hunt. Brian Salcherl. Francis Palmer edit The Karuma, the hnglish depart- ment's literary magazine. 43 I8 YN5 Row l: Cathy Provinzano, Marilyn Viverito, Bonnie Willrett, Mary Ann Albright. Row 2: Kenneth Spencley, Deberah Wohltman, Linda Cole. Sara Connor, Jock Wilson. English Club Sigma au Delta tures. discussions. movies. and other activities that encourage the pursuit of knowledge about literature outside the classroom, This year a goal of the English Club was to form a consultative coun- cil to advise the English department. The English Club was reorgan- ized this year. Membership is no longer limited to English majors. An interest in literature and language is the only prerequisite for joining the organization. The English Club offered lec- Sigma Tau Delta is the English honorary society on Eastern's cam- pus. In order for a student to be eligible to join, he must be an English major and must have a three point average in his major. Sigma Tau with Delta is a formal organization no extra-curricular activities. The initiation of new members was only meeting held during the school year. At this time. people were invited to view the ceremony. The Sigma Tau Delta honorary society at Eastern Illinois University is a branch of the national organization. Hopefully, the organization will take a more active part in the affairs of the English department in the years tocome. Jock Wilson-Advisor, Linda Cole, Marilyn Viverito. Kenneth Spencley-Advisor. 147 148 Propose Journalism Major Here There were seven journalism courses taught during the year by three staff members: Dan Thornburgh, Dwight Connelly. and Terry McCullough. During this year the English depart- ment proposed a major which is still under discussion. This proposed ma- jor would be for students in Bache- lor of Science and Bachelor of Arts program with emphasis on inter- discipline studies. The Council on Academic Affairs is now studying the program. The fourth annual high school publication workshop was held in conjunction with the Supervision of Publications course during the Sum- mer. Journalism publications is located in the basement of Pemberton Hall, with some classes moved because of size. fs... Terry McCullough. Dwight Connelly, Dan Thornburgh. -1. 3 Ge ,fx ,A ,vs 4, 4.1 Row l: Ron Isbell. Julie Weiler. Jeff Nelson, Suzy Hawkins. Row 2: Dan Thornburgh, Chris Dettro, Dave Kidwell, Linda Logue, Diana Hall, Steve Williams, Sally Cvrubbe. Pi Delta Epsilon is an honorary journalism fraternity. The local chap- ter hosted the biennial national con- vention last April at which l25 dele- gated from 32 colleges attended the three-day session. At this convention the chapter elected Leslie Engelhart as outstanding freshman journalist, Pi Delta Epsilon Caryl Dargo as outstanding Pi Delta Epsilon member, and David Kidwell as outstanding senior journalist. Dan Thornburgh, chapter advisor, was elected second vice president of the national fraternity. The national Pi Delta news writing and photography contests will be handled by the Eastern chapter this year and next. Included in the year's programs was an open dis- cussion led by Dr. Peter Moody, vice- president for instruction. The year was closed with the traditional student pub- Iication banquet. President during this past year was Jeff Nelson. The secre- tary-treasurer was Mary Winegarner. 'X -.. Row l: Maria Ovcharenko, Gloria Ceide, Geraldina Ortiz, Helen VanDeventer, Elizabeth Michael. Row 2: Logan Cobb, James Baltzell, Martin Miess. Leo Kelly, Richard Dulka, Richard Crouse, Gerald Carr. Row 3: Donald Sundheim. George Jocums, Paul Kirby, John Mullaly.Gustav Vogel,Stan Harris. my Language Department Offers '6Crash', Courses The continuing need for greater understanding between the peoples of the world is the prime concern of the foreign language department. Under- graduate majors are offered in Latin, German. French. and Spanish. as well as a minor in Russian. Graduate courses are available in most lan- guages. For the beginning students, "crash" courses are taught in which one year of a language is condensed into a Summer session. One of the student's most useful Bechy Sexson studies her language assignment. i A tools in the study of any language is the language laboratory. Here at EIU, the lab has a dial system which affords the student an immediate choice of any of 96 different programs. Students may also join one of the five language clubs, allowing them ample opportunity to expand their knowledge in a variety of experiences related to the language. These exper- iences include conversation in the language, foreign language films on the country. and discussions. Mike Swisher watches the control panel as stu- dents work in the foreign language lab. 149 150 French Club The French Club was open to all students interested in French. The club had several programs during the year. A discussion was held on student teach- ing during which a former French stu- dent described his experiences in teaching the language. One of the club members, Margie Leehmis. presented a slide program of her trip to Europe. The club attended the play Antigone that was performed in Champaign by a touring French acting company. The French Club was active in de- partment affairs. It worked to promote cooperation among the language stu- dents and faculties. It was represented on the consultive council. The club was also represented by Carol Bower and Margie Leehmis on the mock U.N. Council. Ci X517 N AQ, t 7 '- . l . AY 4 Row l: Ann Reynolds'Vice, President. Jerry Greene-President, Candy Hoem-Secretary-Treasurer. Row 2: Deberah Wohltman. Linda Ackerman, Linda Shepherd. Carol Dawdy, Nancy Thurmond. Debby Ehrhart. Row 3: Barbe Dewhirst. Ghierry Brabant. Darrell Sy, Linda Meisner s? --1 -xi l " 'in ' 5: 5 93,13 ' 34 Row I: Mary ForsythesPresident. Martha Van Hise-Vice President, Karen Smith-Secretary. Row 2: Paul Kirby. Pam Ragan, Carol Teaney, Martha Morrow, Michaelene Queen. Joan Jagle. Helen VanDeventer. Row 3: Janice Peel. Lana Gamble, Larry Cartmill, Linda Cole. Sherrie Barker. The Latin Club was open to all stu- dents who were taking or have taken Latin. The club met every two weeks to listen to lectures and hold various discussions. The Classical Museum in Cham- paign was the site ol' one of the Latin Latin Club Club's meetings. There the members examined various specimens of the early classical cultures. Another meet- ing concerned the new methods of teaching Latin which was informative and helpful to the future Latin instructors. During Spring quarter, John Peck, a former Latin student at Eastern, 1 presented a program of slides and dis- 4 cussed his recent trip to Rome. Also during Latin Week, held during Spring quarter, the club put in a classical dis- play in the display windows in Booth Library. 1952 ' , z 'l fr, , gt, . 1 as-P T, ' 4. 4:39 ps .1- , 0-.Q 4 1' 1 'F jp.:-. ,,,. . A v- Row l: Gerald Sons-President. Lois Cannell-Vice President, Elaine Darre-Secretary-Treasurer, Glen Turner. Row 2: George Jocums. Tom Niebrugge. Gary Johnson. Charles Hoelscher. German Club ussian Club The German Club was relatively inactive this year because of the few German majors on campus now. The club did have a bratwurst roast during Fall quarter and a Christmas party. Anyone who is taking or has taken Ger- man is invited to join and revive the club. I The Russian Club was composed of around 20 active students who were interested in Russia and in the Russian language. The club met once a month to view films on Russia and discuss other activities. At the club's Christmas party. the students sang Russian Christmas car- ols and discussed the seasonal tradi- tions in Russia. On the program of their March meeting was Mrs. Leyla Waddell. Mrs. Waddell has visited Russia and she presented an interest- ing talk and several slides describing her experience in the country. Qi V1 1 ! K .t.. I .t F V' 1-3 H5 4. 99 . ig? W f. ,1' , 4 .Q . ,,, Row l: Nancy Thurmond-Secretary, Dennis Coventry-Vice President, Linda Ackerman-President. Row 2: Norma Bond. Vicki Gee. Sue Browne, Jeanie Baumgarten, Debby Ehrhart. Sandra Nagrodski. Susan Carewicz. Gayle Olson, Joyce Blumenshine, Row 3: Pat Prendergast. Raymond Pranske. Albert Shukis, Nick Markulin, Darrell Sy, Joe Coleman, Steve Weber, Maria Ovcharenko-Advisor. 151 Sigma Delta i Sigma Delta Pi is the Spanish hon- orary society. lt was formed to recog- nize those with high grade point aver- ages in Spanish. To become eligible. the student must have either a major or a minor in Spanish. a 2.7 accumu- lative grade point, and be a junior at the time of initiation. Initiation is held in the Spring dur- ing their annual banquet in the Union. Election ol' officers is held each Fall quarter. President Quincy Doudna is an honorary member ol' Sigma Delta Pi. He received this recognition as a re- sult ol' his ellorts to promote Spanish education, Lynn Dailey. Logan Cobb. Lynda Kyd. The Spanish Club is organized to increase the knowledge ol' all phases ol Spanish life. At the regular meetings no English is spoken. During this past ,, an Q? -1: fl I-ST -3 t - w mf: ' SBU GC D Qi Q. Q, Dc: i :P UGA G TD LJ: 2-5' EL 252' fs T3 5 G H34 Dr: F15 3-C -1 F? 'FU FZ 'u 3' N: "1,ri Q.. U-l 5: 2-E E-III ' P i- 'I D Q. E- 71 S4 F- Q PJ I FT' -o E7 6. JP D D 71 l-If Ii ,, :s D F VT G 2. E. 4 1 IJ LL C P 70 C 2 lr' L- O If D :- G 'Tl flu 4 -1 G . cl K-91: KQQ' Spanish Club year. the group has had a speaker talk to the group about the "Various As- pects ol' Spanish Dialectsf' Slides have also been shown to the group. Several 0.1 ofthe students who studied in Monterey also spoke. The group sponsored a pie- nic in the Fall and the Spring of the year. .4 ed ff ' Q . sv Q S Cl. l rs Library Science Offers Graduate Program Instructors Francis Pollard tsecond from leftI and B. Joseph Szerenyi tsecond from rightj stand with newly initiated students of the Alpha Beta Alpha. The formal organization and initiation of the club was held last Spring. The library science department, headed by Dr. Joseph Szerenyi, has expanded and grown during the 1969- l970 school year. There were 24 fac- ulty members and 28 administrative members on the staff. On the under- graduate level, courses were offered concerning the study of services and administration of the school library materials, literature for children and young people, and the selection and organization of library materials. A new graduate program has been or- ganized. This program offered cours- es dealing with the history of librar- ies, library administration, library research and organization, social science literature, literature of hu- manities, science, technology, library problems, and the mechanization of library operations. A workshop, the first of its kind, entitled "Illinois Elementary School Workshop," was offered on April 3-4, 1970. The consultant for this workshop was Peggy Sullivan. This workshop was for administrators, teachers, and librarians of elementary schools. ' 13 I' '5 5 s Row l: Carol Edmonds-Parliamentarian, Ruth McIntyre-Secretary, Cheryl Keyser-Treasurer, Connie Jones-President, Diane Dupuis-Vice Presi- dent, Ginny Lorden-Reporter, Norma Christensen-Historian. Row 2: Paula Sill, Paula Sieben, Helen Ebert, Carol Thoman, Barbara Stoop, Alice Myers, Phyllis Frankland, Nellie Scherling. Evelyn Stokes, Diane Black. Row 3: Peg Johnske, Joy Thompson, Cathy Klem, Pam Ragan, Sharon Guil- foyle, Carol Hutton, Martha Evans, Marilyn Miller, Mary Hoekstra, Marlene Conner. In the past, Alpha Beta Alpha was the Library Science Club, but new meaning has been added to the club with the formation of the Alpha XiChapter. The purpose to which the mem- bers are dedicated can be expressed. in this manner: "To encourage young men and women to become librarians, to promote fellowship, to further the professional knowledge of its mem- bers." Activities during the year in- cluded Halloween and Christmas parties. L 153 r J 154 ,es an- - Q ft. Row I: Bruce Wheatley, Calvin Smith. Mildred Holacker. Roger Wiley, Janet Norberg. Joyce Rutledge. Row 2: .lon Hopkins. Donald Garner, Ken Had- wiger. Donald Morlan. Charles Russell. Al Rundle. Ellwood Tame. James Dorris. Charles Harrison. Speech Department Forms New raternit Increasing in number with three persons. the speech department, under the director of Donald Garner. kept students busy this year through the initiation of new activities and pro- grams. Early in the year. speech majors began to organize themselves with the starting ol a new speech fraternity. Starting this year was the cadet teaching program or "buddy system" which was initiated through the speech methods course. In the system speech majors are given the opportunity to assist instructors. The speech department made ef- fective use ol its new video-taping service. the largest on the university, and the "finest of its kind in the state of Illinois," Among the programs the speech de- partment actively supported were de- bate. discussion. radio. oral interpre- tation. oratory. and speakers bureau. Under the direction of Calvin Smith. the speech department's learning re- sources and service center was respon- sible for advising and servicing high schools, coUeges, students, teachers. and interested persons concerning speech fundamentals. l I. Al f Q 'Wulf Rundle, discussion director. advises G. L. Matthews concerning discussion techniques. 2-1... ,-gswsw :wus- W? sf- .mm 1 1. Wit ,.. g Ng. 1 Y - nfxsstsawttway 3 i t ------.1-. e 2-5, Carl Fitzpatrick, a member of Pi Kappa Delta, delivers a speech to his classmates, Don Stuckey and Ingred Hansen, during one of his graduate courses. Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta is an honorary forensic fraternity that helps to foster appreciation in public speaking chiefly through debate. By discussing debate. its members were able to overcome forensic problems and learn tactics that can be applied by a debater. Any one who has participated in eight col- lege professional debates is welcome to join. In the Fall the fraternity spon- sored a Forensic Folly where the members gathered to socialize and discuss debating styles, while May was the month that hosted their an- nual banquet and election of officers. This year the Chapter Six, a girl's campus singing group, entertained the banquet. Row l: Catherine Stula-Secretary, Dennis Gannon-President. Row 2: Paulette Viverito, Cheryl Keyser, Margart Hutchings, Linda Tosch. Talia Eisen- stein, Judith Dintelnamm, Judy Pasquarello. Diana Hughes. Row 3: James Graw, Don Stuckey, Mark Nelson, Hank Batty, Dave Moreland, Michael Klipp, Dennis Smeltzer, Glen Edenburn, Charles Lewis. 155 156 Debate All speech majors are required to enroll in one quarter of debate work. Students who desire to do so may con- tinue and receive one hour of credit for each quarter of debating. There are three classifications for debaters: varsity. junior varsity. and novice. The Senior Varsity debat- ers. Hank Batty and Dave Adamson. finished the season with a 63? win- loss rating. During the year the debate team participated in debate tourna- ments at such schools as the U. S. Air Force Academy. Vanderbilt Univer- sity. College of William and Mary. Northwestern University. and Dart- mouth College. The director of debate was Dr. Elwood Tame. He was assisted by Dr. Bruce Wheatley. Mr. Charles Harri- son, and Miss Joyce Rutledge. Approximately 40 interested stu- dents, under the direction of Al Rundle, tackled the problems of drugs and nar- cotics, the national discussion topic for the 1969-70 year. .g fb' 3 , Y Y., Q- fu. J 1 w- Row l: Hank Batty Warsityl. Talia Eisenstein lVarsityl, Margaret Ann Hutchings tVarsityJ, Mark Nelson tVarsityJ. Row 2: Cheryl Keyser. Martha Mclntyre, Judy Pasquarello. Row 3: James Grant, Michael L. Klipp, Dennis Smeltzer, Dave Moreland, Glen E. Edenburn. Discussion Discussion and extra-curricular forensic meets weekly for two hours during which the participants analyze, develop techniques, and discuss issues in connection with the discussion topic. Members were encouraged and given many opportunities to partici- pate in community programs, demon- strations, television. and panels throughout the year. Row l: Glen E. Edenburn, Linda Kay Kipp, Al Rundle, Coach. Row 2: Cheryl Keyser. Patty Richards, Janice Beyer, Vicky Homann. Linda Warmoth, Karen Loeffler. Candi Howell, Paulette Viverito. Row 3: Mike Wahlig. Don Stuckey, Dave Moreland, Mark Nelson, Gary Kent, Dave Herzog, Phil Poirier. .1 I: v- .. ' -5 B-.x ,. -7-Q ..., I X-r sp., -n .-,pi RJ. ' . i Speech athology Increases mportance ti'i'till ',i .tlilyllfiilfilillllli AY. 'Nr Y'-.M Row l: Mary Armstrong. Lois Bronnert. Nancy Weiler, Lea Thompson. Row 2: Wayne Thurman, A. R. Mallard. Lynn Miner. Jerry Griffith. Speech pathology and audiology is an increasingly important department on Eastern's campus. These courses. as the title implies. deal with the study of speech and hearing defects. Both graduates and undergraduates. in training for speech correction ca- reers, learn the methods ol' detecting and improving speech and hearing im- perfections. A local organization con- nected with speech pathology and audi- ology. Sigma Eta Lambda also pro- vides lectures and discussions for students in this particular field. The speech correction center is incorporated in the Clinical Services Building. Thus, the principles ol speech and hearing correction become more meaningful as learning is combined with practical application. Instructor Lois Bronnert gives individual help to speech pathology student Barbara Schmitz. 157 158 l 1 ,Y.,f 0 .fa Row l: Jane Shoot-President, Sue Cummings-Vice President, Kathy Cable-Secretary, Pat Dobbs-Treasurer. Row 2: Virginia Hans Pamela Smith Claire Braker. Ruth Sonichsen. Carole Schneider. Sue Casey. Jenny Best. Janis Howell. Pam Siegel. Row 3: Marcia Raaum, Vicki Taylor Barb Schmitz. Karen Lammle. Paul Moffett. Jane Barrington. Linda Howe. Kathy Schuhr. Kathy June Jones. Sigma ta ambda Sigma Eta Lambda is a speech correction honorary fraternity. During this past year, the group met once a quarter. At these meetings. lectures and panel discussions were held on speech and voice disorders. It was also attempted to give students information in the field of speech correction. Dur- ing the Christmas season, a Christ- mas party was held at the Speech and Hearing Clinic. In the Spring, the group held its annual picnic. Also in March, the speech correction department spon- sored its third Lincolnland college on "Dialectology." An instructor assists a student with a problem. .-A-4' , l lst. 'bb Speech Pathology enjoys the close relationship and the cooperation given by both the instructors and students P.E. Department Concentrates on Four Areas Row l: Robert Hussey, Gerald Gossett, John Schaefer, Ewen Bryden, Francis Teller, lan Bailey, Ronald Paap, Dennis Aten. Rex Darling Frank Chi- zevsky. Row 2: Thomas Woodall, .lohn Masley. Walter Elmore. Tom Katsimpalis. Maynard O'Brien. Harold Pinther. Clyde Biggers. Colonel S0011 Robert Eudeikis, Charles Vaughan. Raymond Padovan. Robert Carey, Donald Eddy, William Buckellew, Jack Dean. H ' Z: . -I I.. W It 2155553 .'., 3 v ':' V g i--- 'i 155. ' . g. at ' 's lut 15" I ,. I . "'l,2:i,'-, 1 'E ai f -' 2 . ' ,.,. " pfQ.f7'-1Q:1"'5-2' '?5'1Q..f7:'l:.,- :S"'.,f32.l- , az--1. - wiv, .""5. 5- ' 'ilk'I3,-zA:g'3::..'.'i'3'5l,1,gy .:1:3E:' ':5:5Z-""y.'I5 'E . -' , 4 .,,i- -L4 1-'-'-:gI,.iEwt' 'ih qx' E,g.gi,,A3'5!Q,:f?l':.:5!f' aaiifliiilf. - .ff "" ,i:" 't:1-E-'rl' fa'2':f1 ' fi .:.Z51i5-e.,' : ' 2:- ., 1:22- 2 - .. ,.,,'i?2f - f 'iw31Ef' "': " 1E. ."':fl"'fQ., - ' ' T"1-,,,.ii,g-l12fi- ' ' ii ' - .rf--,:1"1:3,ie:. . -' 5 H ' J, 121 With the modern Lantz Building facilities, men can participate in courses such as swimming. Men, enrolled in physical education courses, often enjoy playing basketball. During this past year, the mens' physical education department was headed by Dr. Maynard O'Brien. The physical education and athletic pro- gram was concentrated into four major areas. The first area of concentration was simply the required program of instruction. During their first two years of residence at .the university, all men were required to attend phys- ical education classes. The second area of concentration was the intramural program. All stu- dents were invited to participate in the intramural program as individuals or in association with members of organizations. Established organiza- tions may compete, with fraternity. individual groups, and residence halls competing separately. The third and fourth areas of concentration dealt with the intercol- legiate program and the actual pro- fessional curriculum. 159 160 ,Ak Az- A ,P " vw .f 1' .. VN R 'Rb H Wl Row I: Bill Husek. Bill Niehols4Treasurer. Don Speaeht-President. Ted Brown-Secretary. Thomas oodall-Advisor. ow -2 o ert ussey. ater Lowell. .loe Robinson. Greg Beenders-Vice President, Robert Eudeikis. Ian Bailey-Advisor. Phi Epsilon appa Phi Epsilon Kappa is a men's physical education honorary fratern- ity. In order for an individual to join Phi Epsilon Kappa. one must be a The Epsilon Sigma Chapter ol' Sigma Delta Psi received its charter from the national body on February 8, physical education major with a 2.30 cumulative grade point average. On November 9. 1970. the group held a co-recreational evening with the Sigma Delta Psi 1966. New members were accepted into Sigma Delta Psi after passing standardized tests which were held this womens honorary fraternity. The group has an annual Founders Ban quet this May. Committees are plan ning future programs. Spring. Sigma Delta Psi is a national honorary fraternity that aims at pro moting higher physical education, Row l: Larry Mayse, William Riodan-Sponsor. Dennis Bundy. Row 2: Mile Weller, Tom Brickensderfer. in ',,l O' QR Row l: Joe Robinson, Don Speacht, Murphy Liang, Don Vish. Row 2: Julian Stovall. Ken Klipp, Bill Hosek. Roger Busby, Ron Goodwin, Dave Hoehn, Alfredo Velasco, Bob Ford, David Stanley, Nick Markulin. Row 3: Terry Workman. Bill Nichols, Dennis Michels, Grag Beenders, James Gennity, Terry Burress, Tom Reynolds, Michael Guidish, Judd Glow, Ed Kopecky, Gerald Schlenz, Pat Cassady. Mens' Physical Education Club The Mens' Physical Education Club is open to all physical education ma- jors who want to increase their knowl- edge in the various fields of physical education. In order to belong to this During this past year, the selling of programs and running of concession stands were the methods by which the Mens' Varsity Club raised funds. All proceeds went to the athletic grants- organization, an individual needs only to pay his dues and attend the required number of monthly meetings. This past year, the group has had a variety of speakers talk to the group about such Mens' Varsity Club in-aid program or to the athletic tal- ented student award. Also. the club sponsored an annual Spring banquet. This past year, the group sponsored the wheelchair basketball game. The topics as the "Legal Aspects of Teach- ing and Coaching." The club also has had a convention and they are attempt- ing to get more speakers for future meetings. group also provided a host for all vis- iting teams. Another project that the club was involved in was the selling of cushions at football games. Row l: Steve Carmichael-Vice-President, David Stanley-Secretary, Terry Workman-Treasurer, Ken Klipp-Corresponding Secretary. Row 2: Julian Stovall, Marty Lovse, Lonnie Swinford, Rick Shellenberger. Murphy Liang, Bob Ford, Rick Wyffels, Ed Kopecky. Row 3: Steve Corbett. Don Speacht, Alfredo Velasco, Phil Bracken, James Evans, Judd Glow, Don Vistt, Dan Heffernan, Joe Robinson. Row 4: Pat Cassady, Dennis Michels, Gerald Schlenz, James Gennity, Michael Guidish, Nick Markulin. Robert Eudeikis-Advisor. -will 161 omenfs P. E. Department Furthers Fields The women's physical education department. headed by Dr. Harriet Yingling. aims at furthering the field of physical education. All women en- rolled at Eastern Illinois University are required to take six physical edu- cation courses - one course in funda- mentals. two courses in dance. and three courses in team and individual sports. This past year. the women's physical education department spon- sored various speakers and artists. Presently they are reorganizing the swim show group in order to hold a demonstration in the Spring. There will also be a dance show to be held sometime in April. According to Dr. Yingling. the department also had a senior breakfast for seniors in the physical education field during Spring quarter. Also during the Spring. there was a gymnast traveling group which gavedemonstrations. 'R Row l: Harriet Yingling, Sheryl Popkins, Marise Daves, Mary Atchison, Norma,Green, Dorothy Hart. Row 2: Janice Curry, Helen Riley, Aline Elliott, Patricia Flaugher, Joyce David. Row 3: Jeanne Tingley, Louanne Cobb, Helen Moody, Marina Yu, Jean Richardson, Larraine Flower. 162 Betty Brackenhoff, Char Lehnen, and Judy Savage participate in Women's Recreation Association intramurals. ' v ef' ,4- 'Ps kr, I ' ' 1 11. il! A ' 1 . if sp Zrnxx 'est --. t ' -i ,,, 59, uf ,N Women can work on fundamentals and exercise in gym facilities. lil: Row l: Peg Padula-President, Sandy Biehler-Vice-President, Phyllis Wagoner-Secretary, Betty Wilson-Treasurer. Row 2: Kris Patton, Donna Carriker, Chris Copehland. Marilyn Burfeind. Kathleen Kimi, Sue Campbell, Sue Roy. Carol Anderson, Colleen Brown. Row 3: Linda Hagan, Carolyn Burfeind, Carol Brooks, Nancy Probeck, Mary Taylor, Pamela Wente, Jill lngle, Wendy Winslow, Becky Odle, Sydney Smith, Norrita Woolridge. Row 4: Cooky Swenson, Vickie Henry, Jo Carter, Virgie Henry, Marilyn Schmidt, Jan Faltemier, Linda Zerkle. Jo Veile. Jean Boyer, Theresa Brown. Womens, Athletic Association Delta Psi The Women's Athletic Associa- tion served the campus by offering an opportunity to young women to participate in recreational activities outside the required physical educa- tion courses. The group has spon- sored such activities as dance shows, Spring banquets, swim shows, and various clinics. The Women's Athletic Associa- tion was one of the largest student organizations on campus. It was rec- reationally orientated toward intra- mural activitiesg however, the group also participated in intercollegiate sports day activities. some of which were sponsored by Eastern's Wom- en's Athletic Association. appa Delta Psi Kappa is a newly or- ganized physical education honorary fraternity. Their first initiation was held in January l970, with the second in the Spring. During Winter quarter- break the group sent a delegate to the National Conference. Row 1: Jan Hooser-Chaplain, Barb Schultz-Vice-President, Sandy Biehler-Secretary, Miss Lorraine Flower-Sponsor. Row 2: Peg Padula, Linda Robertson, Patty Brown, Lois Jandris, Malinda Felgenhour. ' 163 164 Row li Colleen Broyyn. Betty Wilson. Sue Roy. Debbie Bialeschki. Rosalie l-esser. Row 2: Helen Riley'-Sponsor. Nancy Coleman-Treasurer. Carol Brooks-Secretary. Kris Patton-Vice President. Linda llagan-President. Lorraine l-'lower-Sponsor. Row 3: Chris Copeland. Marilyn Burfeind. Donna Carriker. Sydney Smith. Becky Smittkamp. Mary Kathleen Taylor. Diane Morel. Kathy Orban. Rebecca Storck. Gayle Piper. Barbara Frobish. Carol Lake. Phyllis Wagoner. Roxy 3: Pamela Wente, Sue Campbell. Carolyn Burfeind. Sandy Biehlcr. Nancy Probeck. Carol Vogelsang, Barbara Forshier. Janet Dreyys. Ann McDaniel, Suya Johnson, .lennie Chin, Brenda Byers. Barbara .l. Frederick. Pat Ryan. Cindy Bavuso. Row 5: Linda Zerkle. The- resa Brown. .lo Veile. Phyllis Trover. Peg Padula. Donna Mitchell. Wendy Workman. Margaret Bedinger. Linda Robertson. Barb Schultz. Pat Peter- son. Nancy Miller. Kathy Jolley. Nlalinda Felgenhour. Carol Anderson. Roxy 6: K. .lean Boyer. Cooky Swenson. Vickie Henry. .lo Carter. Deanna Dun- can. Yirgie Henry. Lynda Prosser. Susan Straka. Vicky llomann. Valerie Braid. Patty Padgett. Marsha Manuel. Ruth Delzell. Mary' Ann Cook. Donna Bonebrake. Pat Gordon. omen's eereation Delta si Association The Women's Recreation Associ- ation is composed of young women who have either a major. a minor. or an area of concentration in the field of physical education. The goal of this group is to further the ideals of the profession of physical education. stim- ulate a further interest in the area of physical education. and to foster pro- fessional fellowship in the field of physical education. During this past year. the group held a Christmas par- ty for the underprivileged children. The group also helped with the big little sisters program. At the present time. various Spring activities are appa Delta Psi Kappa is a newly organ- ized physical education honorary fra- ternity. Their first initiation was held in January' 1970. with the second in the Spring. During Winter quarterbreak the group sent a delegate to the Na- tional Conference. ,um being planned by the group. Barb Schultz. Malinda Felgenhour. Jo Carter. Linda Robertson. Jan Hooser. Peg Padula. Sandy Biehler. Health Education Undertakes Extensive Study Carl Sexton, Richard Hooser, Jack Richardson. Carolyn Smith, James Herauf, Isaac Ferguson. John Braun. Harland Riebe. During this past year the health education department, headed by Dr. .lack Richardson, conducted an ex- tensive study to determine the need for health educators in junior high schools. senior high schools, and of- ficial and voluntary health agencies. Presently the department is attempt- ing to develop a major in health edu- cation. They hope to have this de- veloped sometime in 1970. A work- shop dealing with the problems of al- cohol, narcotics and drugs was of- fered for the first time last Summer. A similar workshop is being offered again this Summer. Presently, the study of driver's education is within the Health Educa- tion department. This past year. a new driver's education simulating laboratory was opened. The cost of this laboratory was about Sl2,000. At this time, there are about 40 to 45 minors enrolled in this area of study. Mike Handley practices his driving skills on the new equipment available in the Driver's Ed room. 165 Botany Department Promotes Tropical Stud Y L Instructor Steven Becker often becomes involved in aidini. botany students in t eir studies during laboratory periods Effective Fall quarter of l970. the botany department will offer a modified curriculum. This new cur- riculum is oriented toward a greater concentration in the botanical sci- ences. As a result. new upper-under- graduate level courses will be of- fered. giving the department greater flexibility. Beginning in the Summer of l970. the botany department. in cooperation with the Monterry Instituto Techolog- ico y de Extxudios in Mexico. will offer a study in tropical botany. A study at the University of Southern Florida in marine botany will also be offered. '-W 2 7- Row l: John Speer. Leonard Durham. Margaret Balbaeh William Scott Sharon Brookman Oren Lackey Row 7 Wesley Whiteside Craig Baumrucker John Ehinger. Willialrnpiulp. .lames Nicholson. Harold Balbach Laurence Crofutl Richard Smith Bert Landes David Murphy Terry Weidner Row 3: Charles Arfem. William Weller. Steven Becker Zeno Bailey Grant Gray Ben Dolbeare l l rrxx sf" Row l: Roger Yates-Vice-President, Mary Bird-Historian, Mike Conlin-President, Robin Hagerstrom. Row 2: Sara McDivitt. Susan Thomas, Suzaane Kloker, Rosemary Harris, Nancy Whittaker. Jan Morris, Melody Varble, Ann Bletsch, Row 3: Wolfgang Gerlach, Bruce Brown.'lGary Johnson, Robert Schanzle, Dennis Smeltzer, Larry Eyre, Ken Schaal, Herman Lyle, Dale Jackson. Row 4: Wesley Whiteside, G. T. Riegel, Chuck Mertz, Michael Goodrich, Stephen Platt, Ron Goeckner. John Drummet, Verne Kniskern. Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta is an honorary biology fraternity. The group has several main projects in which they are involved at this time. Annually, the group sponsors a clean-up of the ten acre wooded lot which is owned by the university and is used as an area of study for the Zoology and botany departments. Also, the group has replaced the labels on the uni- versity trees which had fallen into disrepair. According to President Mike Conlin, the group has been con- sidering reworking the display cases in the life science museum as a fu- ture project. Beta Beta Beta has sponsored several faculty speakers who have spoken on various areas of biological sciences. The basic goal of the group is to provide a service and an hon- orary organization in the area of bi- ological science to the campus. '+G Botany Club is open to all students who have an interest in life of this organ- The botany club science, The purpose ization is to promote the interest in botany as a field of study. The group also worked to improve faculty- student relations. The botany club sponsored speak- ers every other week. They have planned several field trips to such places as Starved Rock State Park, the State Museum in Springfield, and Smokey Mountain area. 0 Qi 9 Row I: David Richardson-President, Wolfgang Gerlach-Vice-President, Rose Belusko-Secretary, Paula Steele-Treasurer, Laurence Crofutt-Advisor. Row 2: Donna Quinlan, Susan Thomas, Shari Kinder, Suzzanne Kloker, Kathy Newkirk, Frankie Barnes, Ann Bletsch, Melody Varble. Row 3: Earl Hansen, Oren Lackey, William Culp, John Bacone, Chuck Merz, Bruce Brown, Robert Schanzle, Carl Baird, John Ebinger, Allan Sommer, Dee Myers, Jim Royer, Jim Shouse. Row 4: Jim Hebermehl, Wesley Whiteside, Gary Johnson, James Birchler, Terry Musser, Charles Barney, Zeno Bailey, Dennis Smeltzer, Jim Carlen, Michael Padgett, Ben Dolbeare, Loy Phillippe, John Speer 167 Chemistry Department ffers Background The chemistry department under the direction of the department head. Dr. Sidney Steele. offered a firm chemical background in general chem- istry. qualitative analysis. organic chemistry. biochemistry. inorganic chemistry. physical biological and nti- clear chemistry. The department. for the past tyyo years. has offered a Mas- ter's degree. This past year the de- partment has had lo instrttctors on the chemistry department staff. According to Dr. Steele. the de- partment is greatly looking forward to the neu science yying. The chemistry department will greatly benefit from this addition becatise much more graduate and ttndergradttate research yy ill be permitted. This Nlay the department spon- sored a Spring banquet at yyhich time a speaker from the University of llli- nois talked to the group. .,, ,--W il . .A Qrffiffii Q- s :Z . , . 1 - . San . -- Roxy li Robert Simth. Sidney Steele. Giles Henderson. Richard Reiter. George Cunningham. Row Z: Norman Smith. Dan Foote. Arnold Hoffman. Julian Hamerski. Jerry Ellis. Melvin Foreman. Weldon Baker. Robert Karraker. 'P CP - W 7 ' 'T 3--is - . f 5' 4"L A .5 ,:'. . 4 nf- Royx I: Paul Rauvyolf-Treasurer. Richard Zimmerman-Vice President. Colleen Kuknyo-President. Robert Karraker-Sponsor, Row ZZ Jerry Ellis, Mel foreman. Robert Hildreth. Larry Shadvwick. William Rcnnels. Robert Jordan, Robert Feiertag, Terry Hurford, .lim Royer. merican Chemical Society The American Chemical Society attempts to promote professional pride among student chemistry majors. During this past year. the group mct once a month. The grotip has had guest speakers talk to them about such top- ics as the "Problems Facing Oil ln- dustricsf' They also sponsored a group discussion about science teach- ing in the schools. The group has taken field trips to various places of indus- try. ln the Fall, the group held their annual picnic and in May they will co- sponsor a Spring banquet. 1X-?8llBUlYFf "WWII v, x ., ...,. 2 l L 2 5 - 7 " ' nrnnfat tu' Qfiwx, Q t t it Cs . Xb? Row l: Mary Jo Read, Dalias Price. James Palmer. Rom 2: Walter McDonald. John Ford. Paul Mausel. Lee Slorp. Dewery Amos. Elwyn Martin, Carl Swisher. Geography And Geology Department The department of geography and geology is striving to provide a pro- gram for an intensive study in geog- raphy and geology. They also at- tempted to extend the education level of the student in these academic fields. The department offered cours- '7PM"5', -,Q es in physical, world. economic re- gional. urban. historical and political geography, cartography. mineralogy, petrology. landforms, climatology and techniques in geographic research. The department tried to make staffing additions who would bring specialties q--Q E, 1 :Qui rf gf is V ms- Row l: Mary Slorp, Mary Jo Read-Advisor, Ellen King, Kevinetta O'Brien, Diane Drew-Historian. Ruth Mwangangi-Secretary. Row 2: Thomas Post-Vice-President. James Sanok, Mark Reinbold, Dalias Price-Advisor, Thomas Williams. Row 3: James Hopkins-President, Lee Slorp, Chris Baumann, Elwyn Martin, Ralph Baumann. Row l: Robert Cole, Dewey Amos, John Ford, James Palmer, Row 2: Phillip Battaglia, John Popp, Sherman Yakey, Ernie Allsop, Linda McGee, Bob Retschler. Ralph Knapp. to the department. The department, still hampered by cramped quarters, trained more majors. graduate, and undergraduate students than ever before. Gamma Theta psilon Gamma Theta Upsilon is an hon- orary geography fraternity. This past year the group continued a tradition of hosting a dinner for returning alumni. Many alumni came to the No- vember l dinner and told of their ca- reers, in which they are using their training in geography from Eastern Illinois University. Geology Club A new geology club was formed this last academic year in accordance with the geology major which was to be offered this coming year. In the future, the geography and geology de- partments will split, and graduate courses in geology will be offered. The main purpose of the group is to further an interest in the study of geology. 169 Math Department Designs New rogram The math department. headed by Dr. A. J. DiPietro. ollered a yyide range ol' courses from algebra at the i freshman level to graduate courses p leading to a Masters degree, They offer approximately -10 niathematic courses in number systems. informal geometry. elementary math. algebra. trigonometry. analytic geometry. eom- puter programming. college geome- try. calculus. linear algebra. diller- ential equations and operations. statis- ' Rott li Bernard Derwort. Row 2: Lawrence Johansen. William Beck. Janice Flake. Ann Dice. Ruth Erekmann, Delmer Crabill. Letsis Coon, Row 3: Lloyd Koontz. Robert Arthur. Ferrel Atkins, Claire lirukenberg. Jon Laible. Ernest Dolson. Nai-ehao Hsu, tics. topology. real variables. complex xariables and higher geometry. At this time. eleven ol' the ttyenty possess a doctorate the department has program in college faculty members degree. Recently had a specialist teaching with a major in mathematics approved in l9tw9. The mathematics department has designed lour next courses required ol' students taking a BS. in Business degree. lt is hoped that this program yyill be underway by' the beginning ol' September l970. Rott I: Alphonso DiPietro, Row 2: Jagdish Nanda. Kathryn Jones. Ruth Queary, June Shanoltzer Mushlequr Rahman. Charles Pettypool. Roxy 31 Nicholas Petridis, John Peterson, Nancy Taitt Roy' Meyerholtz, Paul Tougaw, Ivan Reilly, Andy Ventress. 170 Mr. Claire Krukenberg explains a mathematical problem on the blackboard. Dennis Hoaglin works on a math problem, t E Jeanie Baumgarte-Secretary-Treasurer. Dennis Hon-President, Diane Cornwell-Vice-President. Row 2: Carol Carlen, Mary Call, Jan Hooser, Pa- tricia Thackrey, Martha Shobe, Ruth Queary, Lois Cannell. Row 3: Cheryl Carlen. Diane Kocher. Mary Brown, Marian Hardiek. Michele O'Leary, Joyce Wolfer. Jill Crewell, Beverly Dilliner. Marcia Stupka. Row 4: A. J. DiPietro. Bob Sullender, Chris Loftus. Kappa Mu Epsilon Math Club Practically the whole of today's world is based on mathematical cal- culation. Many students never tire of the challenge offered them by this phase of study. High grades and scholarships achieved by some of the Eastern Illinois University students exemplify their great interest in mathematics. For these students there is Kappa Mu Epsilon, an or- 2 ganization which honors high achiev- ing students. New members are initiated Fall and Spring quarter and a banquet honoring all members is held in the Spring. This year Kappa Mu Epsilon had Fall initiation of new members on November 6, I969 in the Charles- ton Room of the University Union. CBP.-. The mathematics club is open to all students who have an interest in mathematics. The aim of this group is to promote the study of the various areas of mathematics. According to Dr. Ruth Queary, the group has had several speakers talk to the students. The club went to the Museum of Sci- ence and Industry in Chicago. Row l: R-uth Queary-Advisor, Mary CalI-Secretary-Treasurer, Marian Hardiek-President, Tim Newell-Vice-President, Claire Krukenberg-Advisor. Row 2: Lois Cannell, Jill Crewell, Diane Cornwell, Samar El-Mofty, Donna Goeckner, Jan Hooser, Geralyn Ransone, Patricia Thackrey, Martha Shobe. Joyce Wolfer, Marcia Stupka, Fran Sandschafer. Row 3: Michele O'Leary, Nancy Huls, Beverly Dilliner. Eloise Martin, Linda Crackel, Mary Brown, Diane Kocher, Roseann Price, Jan Faltemier, Sandra Nagrodski, Jeanie Baumgarte, Diane Matelli. Janet Westendorf. Row 4: Lloyd Zuber, Chris Loftus, John Egan, Donald Cornue, Dave Grace, Dale Probst, Roger Monroe, Dennis Hon, Mevlin Rushton, Thomas Townsend, Jerry Thoma. 171 172 Physics Department Offers New Series For the first time in the I969-70 year, the physics department offered a new introductory physics series for the student which is less rigorous and less mathematical. The physics department will offer for the first time astronomy' 300 in the Summer of 1970. Work is expected to start in the Spring of l970 on the wings to be added to the science building. This will provide space expansion of the physics department which will permit increased laboratory' and research facilities for the undergraduate and graduate programs, Courses offered in the department include general physics. optics, clas- sical mechanics, electronics. electric- ity' and magnetism. electrical meas- urement. atomic quantum mechanics. nuclear solid state. thermodynamics, and experimental physics. Row l: Terry' Blankenship, Robert Waddell, Scott Smith, Edwin Whalin. Row 21 Charles Miller. S. L. liisenhour. Paul Ruddell, Ralph Gibson. Row 3: William Cloud, Maurice Shepherd. Henry Tattt. Glenn Lefler. Row l: Tom FrahmAVice President, Cornelius Whalen-President, Dr. Scott Smith-Advisor. Row 2: Majorie Pettypool, Randall Wright, Mike Bolen, Robert Waddell. Albert Shukis, Glenn Lefler, William Cloud. Row 3: Robert Hildreth, Melvin Rushton, Alan Ferguson, David Grace, Paul Rauwolf, Roger Monroe. Steve Smith, S. L. Eisenhour. hysics Club The physics club is open to any individual interested in the study of physics, Presently the group is at- tempting to organize an honorary so- ciety of Sigma Pi Sigma. The physics club took a trip to the Institute of Technology in Chicago this Spring. The group also sponsored speakers this Spring who spoke on the various opportunities and fields the study of physics offers. In addition, the club put some money into the Col- lege Bowl program. ...l...Lf is Q 'sg 35 Row l Richard Andrews Frank Hedges Marv Diggle Leonard Durham Frank Fraembs Hugh Rawls, Jacinto Martiner. J. A. Maya, Edward Moll. Stephen Whitley Row 7 Eu ene lxrehbiel Garland Rue el Max Ferguson Richard Funk, Michael Goodrich, Bert Landes, David Murphy, William Ridgeway Lawrence Hunt Paul Foreman Henry Nilsen William Keppler Patrick Docter, Verne Kniskern, Robert Bollinger, Henry Peterka. Zoo Department Attempts Self-Service Stud if S ,fa -..!. The Zoology department, headed by Dr. Garland T. Riegel. is in the process of changing the program of Zoological studies. They are cooper- ating with the botany department in the establishment of an Audio-tutorial System of teaching life science l0O. An expert in this type of "self-serv- ice" teaching has been imported from Purdue University, where this type of course was first pioneered. Other new developments in the Zoology department were the estab- lishment of several new advanced courses open to undergraduates and graduates, which enriched the curric- ulum and helped in the establishment of a program beyond the Master's degree. In a Zoology 2l5 course. Suzy Williams and class- mate .lulie Reeter dissect a fetal pig. I 17-41 i Row I: Dale Jackson. President: Carl Baird. Vice-President: Mary Barr. Treasurer, Row 2: Melody' Varble, Donna Quinlan. Ann Bletsch. Susan Thomas. Wendy Winslow, Susan Ellis, Jill lngle. Paula Steele. Erankie Barnes. Nancy Whittaker. Rosemary Harris. Jan Morris. Sara McDivitt, Robin Hagerstrom. Row 3: Drake Carter. John Drummet. John Bacone. Ron Goeckner. Jerry Dalton. Jim Hebermehl, Jim Steinlicht. Ken Schaal. Scott Buck. Herman Lyle. Jim Shouse. Row 4: H. E. Pererka. Earle Baicum. James Birchler. Charles Barney, Stephen Platt. Larry Eyre, Frank Fraembs. Tom McLean, G. T. Riegel, Verne Bikniskern. Row 5: James Mehany, Bill Hulton. David Brussell, Robert Schanzle. Max Ferguson. Michael Goodrich. Ronald Garner. George Janiszewski. Mark Gieselman. Steven Williams, Patrick Bernardi. Zoo Seminar The Loology seminar was the combined meeting of students and fac- ulty members. The group had several speakers lecture the group in various areas of life science studies. On one occasion the group sponsored a ne- matolqgist from the University' of lllinois. Mr. and Mrs. Nearings of Decatur who have traveled exten- sively have also spoken to the group. The main purpose of this group is to promote activity in Zoology and botany. This seminar was informally conducted with the hope of allowing the application of what the students t Drake Carter is probably going through the process of keying down the family of this animal. have studied. tx One of the many requirements of a student in zoo seminar is studying and observing the different species of birds. Economies Department Promotes nterest Row l: Dean Baldwin, Thomas Nickels, R. A. Plath, Janet Hooks. Row 2: Edward Corley. Patrick Lenihan:Ahmad Murad. Stanley Strosser. Harold Nordin. Charles Strein. 4 Q "fi 4: fue 5 " - . .f . .J Row l: Samar El-Mofty, Ernesto Arroba-Vice-President, Lee Kulik-President. Row 2: Charles Strem-Advisor, Ann Schnitz, James Morecraft, Tom Frahm. Economics Club The Economics Club is open to any student interested in the study of economics. Generally, the group has sponsored guest speakers. According to President Leona Kulik, the spon- sorship of such speakers has been impossible due to a lack of funds in the economic department. Despite this problem, the group has had sev- eral speakers from the campus speak on such subjects as "Monetary vs. Fiscal Policy," and the speech de- partment presented a debate on "Rev- enue Sharing." The economics department pro- vides a program of study enabling students to specialize in government and business relations. labor rela- tions. business forecasting. foreign trade, and money and banking. The economics department is planning to organize a chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the Inter- national Honor Society in Economics. This society has over 175 chapters in 45 different states and two foreign countries. This group confers dis- tinction for high scholastic achieve- ment in economics, stimulates and promotes student interests in eco- nomics. and publishes an official journal entitled The American Econ- omisl. During this past year. Dr. Ed- ward Corley has sought to improve the composition of the economics department. The end result of his efforts, is to promote a greater in- terest among the students to study economics. 1.75 176 History Department Roxy I: Duane I-lbert. Carleton Curran. Edward Colbert. .lohn Mclilligotl. Roxy Z: .lohn Keiser. Dan Hockman. Raymond Koch, Rex Syndcrgaard. Robert Sterling. Ron 3: Leonard Wood, Arlen l-ovxler. Cieorgc Jones. llerbert Lasky. Waldo Grigoroll. .lames Salyers. The history department. headed by Dr. Res Syndergaard. is one ol' the largest departments ot' study on cam- pus, lt was the lirst area ol' study at Eastern to offer a Masters degree. There are twenty-live instructors in the department of history represent- ing ten to twelve major universities. ln the near luture the history depart- ment vvill complete the addition ol' a specialist program. During this past year. they have been adding to the Black Studies Program. According to Dr. Rex Synder- gaard. the history' department has been a department lor nine years, During this period ol' time. the univer- sity has grown two and one-hall' times. During this same time period. the number ol students enrolled as history majors has grown lour and one-hall' times. -o v. F L- l Row I: Mary Boshell, Dale Black, Dixie Pinkstall. Barbara lehrenbachcr. Row 2: Mark Joy. Paul Ward. Richard Berry, ken liarnst. History Club The history club. eomposed ol' history majors and minors, was seek- ing to reactivate itsell' and to provide a medium where students interested in history can meet outside the class- room environment in an intellectual atmosphere. During this past year, a round table discussion "Radicalism vs. Liberalism" was held with Dr. Mclilligott, Dr. Buenker, and Dr. Sehlaueh, members ol' the history faculty, participating. ln the future, the history club hopes to organize de- bates between other laculty members. - Q P 'LX , +L ln Dr. Taylor's 333 ethics class of philosophy. Eastern students carry on discussions about various aspects of philosophical study, Philosophy Department Offers Understanding The philosophy department. headed by Dr. Stuart Penn. tries to develop a perspective and clearer understanding of nature and the rela- tion of man. God. the world. and val- ues in each student who enrolls in a philosophy course. The department offers a major in philosophy. Ac- cording to Dr. Penn. the department is working to provide a well-rounded range of courses in an attempt to strengthen its program. During this past year. the de- partment offered two new courses: R T? 'U ' x K-'tH-' the philosophy of science and the philosophy of history. Next year. the department is planning to offer phi- losophy 310, a study about Nineteenth Century European philosophy. l sf QM-V? 52. Row l: Frank Taylor. Richard LaCroix. Row 2: Stuart Penn. Jerome Long. Ha Poong Kim. -X Q .--....., K Q In a philosophy class Sandy Freeman and a classmate take notes. 177 178 'T l1v-- r it V 4 --r Row l: Joe Connelly, Margaret Soderberg, Yung Ping Chen. John Faust. Row 2: Laurence Thorsen, Charles Hollister, Peter Leigh, Abdul Lateef. Mark Smith. John Keith. Political Science Fosters Extra Activity The political science department. headed by Dr. Joe Connelly. seeks to promote a greater understanding of political affairs. The political science department is the co-sponsor of the Council of the United Nations which P1 Sigma lpha Pi Sigma Alpha is an honorary political science fraternity. The pur- pose of this group is to promote the study of political science. According to President Patrick Allen, the major activity of this group was to bring political speakers to the campus of Eastern Illinois University. Evidence of this goal was seen in the co-sponsorship by Pi Sigma Alpha of the Honorable Jerus Leonard, Assistant Attorney General. During the visit of the Honorable Jerus Leonard to campus, the group spon- sored a banquet and awarded him and others with an honorary mem- bership to Pi Sigma Alpha. is scheduled to be held at Eastern Illinois University this Spring. It also strives to bring political speakers to the campus. aids in the sponsoring of mock primary elections, and par- ticipates in the Principia Conference held annually at Principia College. " t.. During this past year, the de- partment has studied the various elements of government, the National, State, and Local governmental sys- tems of the United Kingdom, Western Europe, Asia, and Eastern Europe were also given emphasis. ff Q 4 -:guy Row l: Jerry Miller-Secretary-Treasurer, Jeanie Baumgarte, Patrick Allen-President. Row 2: Laurence Thorsen, Ping Chen, Ann Schnitz, Lee Kulik, W. M. Gilliam, John Faust. Row 3: Mark Smith, John Keith, Larry Stuffle, Mark Joy. sychology Department ncreases Enrollment Arthur Looby. John Rearden. Harold Coe-Head. Frank Hustmyer. Herbert Morice. Randall Best. lner Livingston. Psi Chi Fraternity Psi Chi is an honorary psychology fraternity. The group is a first year organization on campus. which re- ceived its national charter May l9. 1969. Requirements for membership to this fraternity are a 2.7 cumulative grade point average and an interest in - 3 psychology which call for a student to be enrolled in at least twelve quarter hours of psychology. The group. though newly organized. grew quite well. Psi Chi served on faculty-student committees and had a variety of inter- esting speakers to talk to their group. IX According to the head of the dc- partment. Dr. Harold G. Coe, the de- partment of psychology has attempted to become a diversified department dealing in all areas of psychology. During this past year. the interest in psychology showed a marked increase. There were between 80 and 90 students enrolled as psychology majors. while the number of students involved in the study of psychology was listed at ap- proximately l.40O per quarter. The psychology department at- tempted to improve the level of under- graduate studies. They have been wait- ing approval on their post-graduate program also. Hopefully. the psychol- ogy department will obtain this ap- proval some time during this year. Presently. there are nine full-time faculty members with several faculty members employed on the part-time basis. f 'R Row l: Pam Gooch-Vice President. Myrna Riggle-Secretary-Treasurer. Row 2: Melody Vanble. Pamela Marshall, Sharon Harding. .loyce Wolfer. Sandra Nogrodski, Sara Secrest. Row 3: Mike Klinnert, Bob Van Hyfte, Jim Dygert. Dennis Crowley, Dave Parkinson. 180 Sociology-Anthropology Studies Problems The sociology and anthropology department. headed by Dr. By ron Nlun- son. aimed at offering students a yyider and more fulfilling course of study in the field of sociology and anthropology. During this past year. studies in the field of anthropology. such a social structure. people and cultures in Af- rica. physical anthropology. Nlidyyest prehistory. archeology of the Nliddle East. and field and laboratory tech- niques were emphasized. In the field of sociology. the em- phasis vvas placed upon demography. dynamics of collective behavior. soci- ology' of rural life. sociology' of educa- tion. the community. and work and leisure in mass society. During this past year. the department also inau- gurated a Nfasters of Arts program. '45 Rovy I: Daniel Koenig. Jumuna Bai. William Wood. Roxy 2: Lloyd Collins. Richard Hammel. Byron Nlunson. Rohan Csermals. James XX hittington. .lalil Jauad, QC' Q- --f N Rovv ly: Dan Smith-President. Beth Adams. Ernesto Arroba-Treasurer. Roxy 2: Ken Gauo. Elaine Bohlen. Jim Dedman. Barb I-rederick. Don Shepard. Q gas-. Sociology Club The purpose of the sociology' and anthropology' club is to promote under- standing in the area of social problems. The group accomplished this by group discussions and activities involving sociological and anthropological prob- lems. In order to raise funds. the group sponsored snack and donut sales. The group has discussed anthropological diggings and some students have worked in Indian mounds in southern Illinois and Indiana. In 76-T . 1.4 - 43 , rf- if f 4755. ' , pe -vw -555112 L S. sud Row l: Pamela Marshall-Scholastic Chairman. Leslie Englehart-Service Chairman. Kathy Blair-Historian. Ron 1: Suzanne Hawkins. Ruth Iftner. Nancy Tomlinson. Sandy Bowen. Pam Byles. Ann Graff. Ron 3: Nlary Nave. Phyllis Steiner. Mary Painter. Diane Phillips. Marcia Harris. Brenda Hemken. Karen Lichtenberger. Pi Alpha Eta Pi Alpha Eta attempted to promote academic excellence among freshmen women. ln the past. members of this organization have helped with new stu- dent orientation. Members worked as guides and usherettes over the annual Parents Weekend. The group also helped to support the tutoring sys- tems which operated in some of the dormitories. Besides this. Pi Alpha Eta spon- sored a Christmas party for the un- derprivileged children. The group is presently considering becoming a na- tional organization. Basically. the group worked as a service organiza- T tion on Eastern's campus, Mary Painter. Suzy Hawkins. and Leslie Englehart glance over their books. 181 182 Graduate School Has Large Enrollment According to the director of the Graduate School, Dr. Lavern Ham- and, the enrollment in the graduate level of studies is increasing faster percentage wise than the undergrad- uate level. This year. graduate de- grees were offered in six new areas, Eastern Illinois University offered on the fifth-year level the professional degree, Master of Science in Educa- tion. and the specialized degrees. ,J David Kidwell busies himself in graduate study as he reads papers. Master of Arts, Master of Science. and Master of Business Administra- tion. The Specialist in Education de- gree was offered on the sixth-year level. Admission to take graduate courses is granted upon evidence of a standard baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. Each student who wishes to become a candidate for a degree is assigned to an advisor. It is the responsibility of the advisor to counsel with the stu- dent in his choice of courses, to sponsor his application for admission to candidacy, to approve his paper or study, and to arrange his examina- tions. Other faculty members may be appointed to share any of these responsibilities. . was 4 ' S i .-egg.. 7 Yum i --..,. Graduate student Donnarae Mink sits in Pemberton Hall where she studies. NNMK ling' In Calvin Smith's speech course, Carl Fitzpatrick speaks before classmates in order to improve his skills. "'l Instructor Nicholas Petridis watches on as one of his graduate students puts a problem on the board. g -5. any 183 ,. ye . H , 1 , I in "' f 'lu"""v""W-vnu A ..,f' s 5 . O 4 0 U- A 1 D ws 1 as I Q 1 Q f. SV . 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Eastern gained 2,322 yards with lO6fS coming on the ground and l25-1 in the air. Back lien Werner. Charlie Scott and Tom Walters provided the mainstay' of the rushing attack as they ran for 386. lS6. and I67 yards re- spectively. Running quarterback. Ron Gustafson added 99 yards to the total. Terry Tuley, starting quarterback completed 7-l of 163 passes for an S70 yard gain. Gustafson added 224 yards with IS of 69 passes, .lack Moffett. who saw limited action as commander. completed l3 of 28 passes for l60 yards, Boh Jensen. Vick Wicks. Steve Bell and Ken Werner all totaled over the 200 yards mark in pass reception. .lensen caught for 2Nl yards and one touchdown. Bell accounted for three TD's on 237 yards, Wicks added three scores with 227 yards and Werner hit the double century mark with one touchdown. Terry Workman added an- other scorc and I26 yards. Ax. utseore Offense Two To One ...I .av Sophomores Jack Moffet t l-ll. Ron Gustafson t l2J and Chuck Criziek t I l 5 back up Terry' Tuley' H55 liastern Panther's offensive line clearly works as they help hloek opposing defense while Terry Tuley carries the ball. A large pile-up of Eastern and Chicago Circle players occurs when Panther blockers are unsuccessful in protecting Charlie Scott, Ken Werner tries to run over Central Michigan lineman. I v , - 1 -e , , 1, A 5 . 4 5.2! Two Northern Michigan players pull down struggling Eastern ball carrier Ken Werner. ,XV-. 189 S, ,iq T13 1455 ,- -gizlfll MEN' - Ji- . 535 4"r us P ug' 4 .f ' ' Q l- , ng- , gm if , -.,5rtW,.A', 23. -if-.13-,f 4 fd s 5. - ..?1i, ' .45 ' 45529 ri.. . 1. A eafglfav gif'-.2 4,3 ' nj" -,A . 'W-'??f,Pg.J .X V. .-"il:-,'Z ' ff? ', ' .n "1 "ix , a pass fu., 3 xl 5,.,uvw a kxckmg play m a game agamst the Western Leathernecks 192 Full Rides Bring Largest Freshmen Team The biggest football team to invade Eastern Illinois University hit Panther turf during the Fall of 1969. The height. 6'7" of it on some. went to the ends. The weight. nearly 300 pounds of it, set right in the front of the backfield. The coaching of staff's recruit- ing efforts showed plenty of rewards, but the big team just couldn't pull together for a touchdown until the fourth game of the season. Injuries and grades kept several of the young Panther's hopefuls out of regular game action, especially hurting the offensive squad. Randy Pollen, center. was representative of the defensive line that did their job. Tackle Dave O'Hara and guard Bob Burns are representative of the talent made possible in the first team recruited on full rides. Defensive end Tom Fredrieck and linebacker Tony King led several keyed-up defensive plays that kept opposing offenses in their place. The purpose of a freshman team is to learn to fill vacated varsity spots. On that basis the coaches held a lot of confidence in the Pan- ther cubs. -au' 1 it Defensive end Tom Fredericks is determined to stop the ISU quarterback. 'QI tx -5 'V I Q I g S' ish I g L,,,,!v g x r "' is 'I e - - 'I ' k ..gs1-1 , ' f..,.."- .X ff- M :I JT". 2 V N , ' V ' , . X x.mS,t- by' 1 -sq .J ty" ' 'wk "" ,awk tw ...Q , f"ft'iiI,31 An opposing freshman playerjumps over Eastern frosh line in hopes of gaining the first down. ' 1969 Freshman Football EIU OPP Indiana State University 0 48 Western Illinois University 0 16 ' Ball State 0 46 Indiana State University 6 24 Illinois State University 6 34 Season Record: 0-5 l969 Football Season E U Indi ina State U.W. Milwaukee - U. of I. Chicago Circle 52 Central Missouri Northeast Missouri Illinois State Central Michigan Western Illinois Northern Michigan Season Record: 2-7 IIAC Record: 0-3 T' All ' 1:'1'i wr suqf nn Q Inve- 1- N It -' ,Qs r . I .Q .. :A -, my X. 1 OPP Ag . ., 1 W. 32 . Eastern Football Panther player Larry Angelo C541 carries the ball and makes a last minute effort to outrun his opponent. Squad inless In IIAC egg' 5 Q 'Y Members of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity add encouragement with their cannon. Ron Gustafson has his finger examined by a physician 193 194 Q0 v A0 53 Row l: Don L. Roberts, Mike Yates. Don R, Roberts. ,lim Brooks. Gary Yoder. Row 21 Don Eddy. Tommy Wilson. Dave Sitton. Robin Perry. Jim Kit- chen. Dick Vaughan. Jerry Day. Bud Scott. Cagers Place Second In Conference Race Coach Don Eddy's cagers didn't know which way to turn so they turned around. After losing ten of the first I2 games, they made an about-face and gave up only five of the final l3 games. sporting a five-game winning streak. The first conference game of the season found Eastern giving up a hardfought decision to Central Mich- igan in an overtime. The competition stiffened and Eastern challenged CMU for the IIAC championship later in the season with a double overtime win over the Chips. The cagers went on to place second in the conference race to CMU. Records fell all season as Jim Kitchen, Gary Yoder and Dave Sitton lead an offensive and defensive at- tack that lasted all season. Yoder wrecked the nine-year-old free throw percentage record of Larry Week by hitting .873 at the charity line. Weck had held the record of .852 Jim Kitchen topped the former rebound record of 300 by l4. Dave Sitton netted I4 baskets against Indiana State in an upset to set a new mark for the most field goals in one game. .qv . Cager Coach Don Eddy appears upset as he yells directions to one of the Panther players on the court. ":'j.,fq 'A 1 V Dave SIHOI1 shoots high over rin opposing player. t Jim Kitchen leaps high to clear an important rebound for Eastern. H t r -1 K X ,.,. if ' gf-G' Y' rf if?f1:,f'-'-',:- V I ,avr wu., - K 6- Eastern spectators rise to their feet and signal that their team is number one in one of the Panthers' exciting victories, 195 196 - is o W w.. X 9 s .1 i --- Panther eager Don Roberts seems to be throwing a body block as he dives for the ball and misses against Millikin. Panthers Improve As Season Progresses k s Mike Yates tries to get position on Millikin. 3 Q 54 'W 1 Q24 1 I of ,J Q E g f' :Qc- X Central Michigan Western Illinois Central Missouri Indiana Central Kentucky Wesleyan Ga. Southwestern Indiana Northern Michigan Tech Central Michigan DePauw Western Illinois Kentucky State Lewis College Ball State Millikin Quincy College Illinois State MacMurray Central Michigan Indiana State Western Illinois Southeast Mo. North Park UM-St. Louis Illinois State Tom Wilson goes in for a layup Gary Yoder shoots ox er an out-stretched hand. Milhkin seems helpless as Roberts drives along the base line to make a layup 198 Eastern anthers Prove To Be Hustlers W W ku... ,, ....- --we .43-M Eastcrn's Tom Wilson gets xet to drive around u Western player. Despite the trouble from Western. Jim Kitchen shoots for two. Dave Sitton is in perfect position to take a jump shot over his opponent. r H I 3 Eastern's Don Roberts ties up a DePaul player who has gotten the rebound. Eastern attempts to block a shot. , --, me 137 , . , .5 TH Head Coach Don Eddy shouts encouragement to players on the floor as the rest of the bench looks on. 199 200 Frosh Cagers Show Promise For Future The Running Runts of EIU are no longer. The 1969-70 young Pan- ther cagers towered above the image of former cage teams and blocked any notion of another year of the Running Runts. Coaches Don Eddy and Bud Scott made the transition in height without much trouble and led the freshmen to a 16-2 season. The only losses were a one point heart- breaker to Lake Land Junior College and a 98-80 loss to the University of Illinois freshmen. Scott Keeve led the Panther cubs in scoring and rebounds with 311 points. a 17.3 point per game average, and 191 rebounds. Bill Thommen added 277 points for a 15.4 point average to a 151 rebound effort for the team. Holding the number two rebounding spot was Jim Borm. Borm averaged 10.3 points per game and totalled 185 points for the season. Other leading scorers were Tom Ferrell with 250 points and Larry Kelly with 199. Ferrell averaged 14.7 points per game and Kelly's average was 11.1. Both IIAC conference foes that faced the freshmen fell to the Scott- """'T' "' 1 1""q:c- . fr? 7" 'W' TFT". """1' "rr a. 3 2-. 1:-A-.- X . . fa- we led cagers. Illinois State and Western were defeated twice by the young Panthers as were other area stand- outs Indiana State and Olney Central Junior College. In collecting their 16 wins, the team hit a .464 percentage from the floor as compared to a .406 by their opponents. The cubs took command at the line also as they hit .618 of their free throws. Opposing teams netted .666 of their charity shots. They also averaged a twelve point win as they added up 89 points per game to an opposing 77 points. 1 'J Front Rom: Larry Kelly. Jim Hagenbruck. Doug kirchhofer. Tom I-errcll. Ken Jenkins Back Rom: Sieve Little. Mike Mills. Bill Thommen. Jim Borm. Scot! Keeve. Joe Milton. 6 4 'R 4 l l ,V ,- M is , . ., 450 X ' ' - Q xl. , f,,'.f-.3-' wi Amid thejumble it looks as though Eastern Frosh Scott Reeve is going to come out on top against any competition. 4.1 ,,1...-4--il ,, , if Jim Borm looks determined to make his layup. Larry Kelly drops buck to regain position on Luke Land bull handler. ,,,1,.---- 201 202 NWA 41 From row: Bob Huber, John Polacek. Tony Durante. Paul Engelmeyer, Gabino Sandoval, Alfredo Velasco. James Logush and Carmelo Rago. Second row: Gerardo Pagnani, Schellas Hyndman. Bill Dankwah, Murphy Liang, Lional Forde, Tim Mannos and Coach Fritz Teller. Third row: Coach Ian Bailey, Robert Franken. Nick Markulin, Jud Glow. Jim Miklovic, Ed Wisneski and Bob Bilocerkowycz. Soccermen Take First National Championship Records were set in every phase of the soccer game as Carmello Rago and Tony Durante broke the old season scoring rec- ord of ll goals with 20 apiece. The team combined to score 76 times, giving up only 9 points. This provided of- fensive and defensive records and the great- est margin of points on Eastern's record. The first match of the season found Eastern setting three records. Durante scored four times for the record number of scores per game. The team totalled IO points in the I0-O decision, to establish a new mark of points per game and margin of win. For coaches Fritz Teller and lan Bailey the national win was not a great shock. All season they were predicting that the cham- pionship was within reach. "All we had to do was to prove it," Teller said. Bailey added, "And we did." Bailey hinged their success upon a di- versified attack. Scoring was pretty well distributed among five players and it be- came hard for the opponent's defense to hold them. II' 6 4 ... , I' 7' ' if ' , . ' ivfi figs! .,..,.v,--. Wvflv- A-3 z 4.1 T 2 F fig fu .Y . fp . I 4 s - E", 'ff' t 1 A Fi' gf, IQ? 'flailing "TQ ' Ti, - - , '.-ff: 44752 ,fi?3Z2" l - I., ..1f . . f- ,ffSf,f.f,f. -.1 . . f 'ff Z'-'f Eff! "'n2f"'Z5f fav' af ra- ' Y "- l"S'f"ff,'fffz-?f riff" A711 M '4-if 5f,?f5:79?f:' fbtpiij dazinpnf. If Q ,iff ,g . """",?-at As a goalie Tim Mannos had no one to help him out of a tight spot: yet, using this style, he gave up only 9 points all seasong gn? xl 1 X. .q,,. an , auf X MJ at I, rf. 'guil- Even little girls are soccer fans-if she is the coaches daughter. Also on the ball are coach Fritz Teller and assistant coach Dan Bailey. Frank Uremovich and the rest of the EIU soccermen had to fight hard for their points, or merely to gain possession of the ball. .---it . 4-n .- - in A - 1 Ani h -' J is-as A s 0 s, Y--el-tsfff ' UQ., V X , 'V i John Polacek exhibits the concentration, grace and power needed to capture the national championship. Pink Panther ball girl Brenda Brooks provided beauty, as- sistance and a cheer for the NAIA champions. are Q 'r . 1 'fy . .'f'4L."' I - I' , , , 5.-Q' . ,i'.ss,:,-'PFJFHI 4,1 xv. ,0vxt,,,i,.l 5- pin jviii '-eTlF' ' ' ' ' 3 ' M ' .ll F. Sometimes you get there first. .. S I !'irvF"'f z went? ig .W - L isk-1-2.-Q.,+'.1.y A 'in .. ,js 'we' ya -Q'-I-M35 " I, N ,, 11450 ' Y - wt, "Qi 3 wi' -iff' nf' Q yu! .Q , ,Q--1 J- .1-" Elsie! A 'fl I 'vs -I N , . .- .. N -.tv .s :-- . Sometimes you're last, . .So Frank Uremovich found out. 204 Eastern students supported the soccer team. turning out for games under the sun or in rain. 1 n L-Qtr, I i . r1"f'?Ti X - i 1969 Soccer Season Greenville College ......... 12-0 Lewis College ............ 10-0 Ottowa University ........... 6-1 Blackburn Tourney State University of Wisconsin at Platteville . . . 8-0 Blackburn College ....... 3-l Univ. of Illinois, Circle ...... 3-0 Southern Illinois Univ., Edwardsville ............ 2-3 Quincy College ............. 2-2 Indiana University ........... 3-0 Western Illinois Univ ........ I3-0 Florrissant Valley College .... 0-l Area III Tourney Lake Forest College ...... 2-l Quincy College .......... l-0 NAIA Tourney Drew University ...,..... 6-0 Davis and Elkins College . . . l-0 It looks like dancing, but il's no party for Paul Engelmeyer to grab the ball from a Florrisunl Valley player. Soeeermen Gust Champs n Overtime, 1-O But usually you go get it as Gerardo Pagnani knows. Sometimes it comes to you. . . 205 206 Denny Best connects for one of his I4 hits. Best hit .250 for the season to earn a position on the all-conference team. Poor Hitting Stops Hopes For Diamondmen John Stole dashes for first as he did I0 times in 33 trips for a .303 average, the team high. Coach Bill McCabe's diamond- men could muster only a fourth place finish in the IIAC with a l-4 record. Overall, the picture looked much bet- ter as they finished the regular season at 10-l4. A lack of hitting ability put the damper on Eastern's baseball squad. The high average for the team went to John Stole with a .303. The team average stopped short at .204, with only I0 players hitting .200 or over. Dennis Best, outfielder, and Bob Kasten, number two pitcher in the league, were Eastern's only repre- sentatives on the all-conference team. Kasten pitched 47 innings giv- ing up only I2 earned runs. He struck out 41 and gave up 34 hits. Leading the team in ERA was Gary Brock. Brock threw 29 innings, giving up ll runs and 23 hits. McCabe commented on the field- ing as "Some of the best I've seen since I came to Eastern. We just lacked the hits to win." This was only the second losing season in six years for the Eastern coach. 5-.A . . --. y M .. -,Lv K - - - - E .. wr- N .. . V 0 ,vu , M., . ,,,. . . . -Q - -, - ' . -4.,.,',.,, Q.-- A5 ,,+ ,. , x--. ., - . , . 1969 Baseball Season St Norbert St Marys Indiana Central Mllllkin Lewis College St Procopius Western Illinois Western Illinois Indiana State Wisconsin Milwaukee Central Michigan Central Michigan Bradley University . ...........,.. l-2: 3-2 . ' .............,. 3-2: 5-2 ' ........... 0-lg 0-1 ' ' ' .................... 2-0 ' ............ 0-81 l-7 . ' ............. 2-lg 7-2 Illinois Wesleyan ............. 3-7 ' ' .............. 0-l ' ' ........... 3-7: 3-5 ' ............ ll-8: I2-8 ' ' - ' ....... 4-5g 4-3 ' ' ............. 6-3 ' ' .......... 0-7g 0-4 ' ' ......... 3-5g 0-3 4:-M.. , J '--,,,gru- g. -, Y, ,. X . 1 ' . . , .,,'-.. tv H ,i..:A.Z......4s.4L:..-.gh1s. Dave Reijonon, pitcher. has a close call with an infield throw. No ball in the glove means the runner is safe and another run for Eastern. fxxgu-u Bob Kasten throws a pitch to aid his 2.2 8 ERA. align Catcher George Letcher gets an occasional rest when the ball meets the bat. li, '41 ,.f5,.'9ggZ.x - , .'.'a1-"W-f7?-59 551 V -.sk - - .,,g,,Q, an -00 s-'vi twg, Att " "' 3' ,gg .N -at 207 208 rack Team With a track team heavily aided by members of the NCAA college di- vision Champion cross country team. Eastern's field house team finished the season with a 2-2 record. second place finish in the final IIAC confer- ence meet and fifth in the state. During the Spring season. triple jumper John Craft took all honors in the book and went on to qualify for the US. Olympic team. Craft set a new NCAA record in the event in the national meet and won several na- tional awards. A lack of depth in short distances and jumping was compensated for by hurdler Rod Jackson and distance runners Jim Skinner. Larry Mayse. Dike Stirritt and Ken Klipp as well as other hard-working track team members. neludes NCAA Record-holder .9 he - 1 V-gf v - J' ,Q .J .. : 'l 'I f-,,- ' v I mfwsllsmf-"' gvyg A-+ 'l.ggn:-....ii...,. ,t . - he - ff .ua T""'7 .- s. Bob Jackson clears the final hurdle one tenth of a second from a first place finish. "I I EW! " 'YXNS ,wt Q4 ff""6N 9 o ' E I I 1 0. M 4 'IB ful' if I 'Y use Q 4 .5 ., Q John Craft, NCAA record-holder for the triple jump, "peddIes" for extra inches in that event. Tom Feig winds up for another try in the IIAC shot put competition. Wm- Don Hickman puts out a total effort to pass a Western runner in the 440-yard competition in the IIAC meet. f at at .,.,. 'sf A X s ' J Q5.w11gispaz:ia.F'J't X- - 2 " ' " ' . ...,.x.-,,.: f ..,., K L. us. John Craft sinks in the sand as he lands during a practice jump. Craft handled the team's broad jump duties as well as the triple jump. 209 210 .4 lI'i S Row l: Bill Creer. Dike Stirretl, Jim Fehrenbacher. Larry Mayse. Marty Nlclmire, ken Klipp. Joe Taylor. Ron 2: Tom Woodall. .leff Murdy. Bruce Hunt. Gary Warren. Mike Dority, .lim Skinner. Bob McGee. Pat O'Bricn. Keith Ktltklilfljh. Cross Country Squad Cops NCAA Title Eastern's cross country squad returned from the NCAA college division championships with the title under their belts for the sec- ond consecutive time to cap a l0-2 season. The Panther runners held their collective score to 84 to beat out Eastern Michigan by 62 points in the championship meet. The harriers also took com- mand of the IIAC conference meet. The team, under the coaching of Maynard O'Brien and Tom Woodall, finished l-2-3-4-9 in the final IIAC meet. A fifth place finish added to the harriers' trophies and a second place finish to the University of Illinois in the state meet rounded out the team awards, With four all-Americans, Lar- ry Mayse, Marty Mclntire, Dike Stirritt, and Jim Feherenbacher. and all the depth a coach could ask for, Eastern was able to post three perfect l5 points matches, with only three matches topping the 20 mark. Marty Mclntire signals his first place finish in an important meet. i969 Cross Countrv Record E U OPP Hardinff Colleve Southeast Missouri Ind1an1State Illinois State Northern Illinois Loxola Bradlex Universitx of Illinois Western Illinois Central Michivan Southern Illinois Southeast Missouri Season Record 10 7 I ' ' 5 C l5 50 " ' l5' 46 " L ' 27 28 ' 33 25 c ' 'N l8 37 -' ' I6 43 ' " 16 -17 ' 5' H' ' 'N 39 18 ' ' ' " 20 -ll ' ' 'C' l9 -12 ' 'N 15 50 " ' 17 44 Larry Mayse steps up his pace to come on strong in the final leg. .mi ' l The Eastern Harriers keep up a strong pace to win this meet against Illinois State. Jim Skinner puts out all he can for Coach O'Bricn. 211 212 I l "K .- ,xx ... it f fr l ,!,",sX'15'6 Row l: Greg Thom, Steve Kenney. Lewis. Paul Weber. Row 2: Coach Rex Darling. Brian Piersma. .lack Heller. Alfredo Velasco. Dick Weber. Pan m Coach Returns To Coach Tennis Coach Rex Darling returned from a season of coaching the Pan Am matches to lead a squad of under- classmen on the courts. The lone senior, Greg Thom, was the strong- hold ol the team and rose to the oc- casion several times to win his sets. The team finished the season with two wins against nine losses and a bottom berth in the conference standings. - 'ter , . o ,t ,...:4..1 1.14 69 n-".". .'-5 L---p1.-- - 5 ii This member of the tennis team stretches low to the right to return the serve of an opponent. Keeping his eye on the ball, Steve Kenney shifts his weight and meets the ball. Tennis player Steve Kenney moves to his left to make ti backhand return against one of the opposers. t -i -Q. gm, . an iv'-If X A fs , 5' t , 1 vw ' 't" V Cf TM" ., -gt.-f 1355. Eastern tennis player Brian Piersma stretches his arm back to ready himself for an oncoming serve during practice in the indoor tennis season. 213 214 Gymnastics Season Full 0f Close Meets Close meets dominated the EIU gymnasts' schedule with some in their favor and some not so favorable. The closest win. a .05 victory over Cen- tral Michigan in the first meet of the season. put the fear of a loss in the squad and they improved all season. As the season progressed. so did the gymnasts. It was in the final eight meets that the squad turned in its best performances for each event. John Armfield and Bill Cook recorded an 8.75 performance on the parallel bars. Cook held the number one spot on the side horse with a 7.75 score. Jerry Knoicek scored 9.-10 on the long horse and 8.90 on the horizontal bar for team honors. The still rings were dominated by Keith Fuerst with an 8.95 performance. Jay Johnson turned in an 8.70 performance in floor ex- ercises to lead the team in that event. Feurst finished first in the NAIA rings competition. Other Eastern finishers were John Armfield, twelfth on the parallel bars. and Jerry Ko- micek, fifth on the long horse. .. -vu, . W- Y .v-,sm 1 s...,. Us ,-1 -aa: ,--.-:JP ' Keith Fuerst. who won the still rings competition in the NAIA meet. demonstrates some of the form and strength that vton this title. Jerry lxonicek. going through a series of scissors. was the all-around man for the gymnastics squad. He was a consistently high scorer on the side horse as vtell as selling team highs in other equipment. 'de 'I 1 4' ,Q 5 3 rv x gf Q, I xi, "'C c X" X' ., xv' V . 'Ns I -M"-N '. 'f-. - -. -.Nm B "N-4.14, if ii?" 4333 i, 4 1-59 .Ms V ... an w""v-.. fiww- gf. VW' 3 P 1 fi ,f ,,.15f-lfgggr, Wei: :T 4 54 ,Um 2' iw? we EEL Ti ., naggi- -" x 41' I '--1' 'az . 'WW-fl Maw! fppgffmfffvfibifyfd . ,A fl is t 9. Lf -. ., -A -9 ' iii -.gi Q. s' 3. '5 .9 Q , is 'Y ,- N ii. - Suspended in mid air for a second Jerrx lxoni ceck concentrated on his routine. d in several events. is on his nay down after finish Noel Crydor. long horse specialist. set his season high on this vault. Dale Simon. xx ho participate ing a series on the still rings. as-qv 'hu-, sffevmfgt 216 u . 'i4"?Q4, .- ..y h I , ws. ' .--. . x., .1 - ws? 11-' V2-Bfxxtw rf - ,,- ,- . tb. U. 7: r 'r wr '- - . - . . .i it .-f ,nr 1- , .V . .L H, 5 4 A -' ' , , T , 'S'-gr. 'iii .u1.1,jA,-, s 'I J X - . " ' " : Tf':':'i-gs' ' ' -N'i11i, Y: -A -Ne..-, . . , Je: .. 5 J A if " " "PN New -3 t. .... .... . 'lib' ' J' .. ' ' sc ZY 1 , - 'wig , " 'w ,, 1 'W 'F-4: u f, 5 . - ' Qfi ,L . xi 3, Gene Everett clears the mat during 11 portion of his floor exercise routine. Everett concentrated his efforts on free exercise, Squad Places Three n NA A Meet, One Wins It 5 ' --4 'rs . t' 73 rt 5 i fl l -E Bill Cook, one of the few retiring seniors, finishes his moves in the parallel bars competition. Dale Simon vaults the horizontal bar in his routine. 1, lt sl 4. ll A . ll 5 ll 5 l I X r rift ll . ' . ,N ff , ,pf X ,,f"' i M4 1 1 sf! Z f- ,ff-' . I. 2,1 4 l M Q T 'JJ-.t.' Easternis Grapplers Make Use Of 23 Pins Eastern's wrestling team used 23 pins and consistent support from its two lightweight wrestlers to win its eight meets. Julian Stovall won l9 of 24 matches. with three decisions made by pins. Dwayne Nyckel won I9 of 22 matches for Coach H. O. Pinther's wrestlers. John Harsch. Charlie Scott. Steve Farrell. Rick Wyffles. Mike Ellis. and Bill Letiz were responsible for other pins. The grapplers finished third in the conference meet and ended the season with an 8-9 record. ve l969-70 Wrestling Season EIU OPP. EIU OPP Augustana College 6 28 Western Illinois 22 14 Central Michigan 8 32 Illinois State 12 18 Southeast Missouri 30 55 Wayne State fNeb.J 26 20 Purdue University 3 32 Northeast Missouri l9 I7 Mankato State 6 28 Wisconsin- MacMurray College 32 8 Whitewater ll 28 Ball State 2l l5 Indiana State 8 31 Indiana Central l6 l9 University of Illinois ll 22 Evansville 3l 0 Southwest Missouri 26 ll Season Record 8-9 A H - A X sf T is Front Row: Bill Lietz. Duayne Nyckel, LeRoy Isbell, Greg Thorpe, Bob Vitek, David Stanley, Middle Row: Marty Lovse, Phil Benton, Rick Wyffles, Brian Schram, Frank Forestiere, Roy Richardson. Top Row: Hop Pinther. Charles Scott. Bob Jackson, Steve Farrell. Bob Perz, Kirby Rogers, John Harsch, asst. coach Jim Hartley. Steve Farrell locks onto his opponent in an effort to pin his shoulders to the mat. 218 .,.,,..44 . M,,,.M E . www, WW ...A M.-.-...iw-,fs-.ww 4.-wx env-45 -4-"1-I M, . ,W W- wma t XL", ps- ...magnum-aupmvnn N wm,1,,,,: M an 4' ' i mix Eastern Panther wrestler Dave Stanley shows a surprised look on his lace as he is suddenly dropped on his back in a meet. Brian Schram, varsity Panther wrestler, seems to be in a tight predicament as his opponent attempts to try for a pin with the referee looking closely on. 0 fm:-:wifi .xifilfktif i The referee is alert and ready to call the pin as LeRoy Isbell attempts to escape from a light opponenl's hold. A reversal looks inevitable. 219 220 Swimmers Set Records To Win Meets Eastern's tankmen broke four EIU and two Lantz Pool records dur- ing the season as they rolled through a thirteen-meet season with only three losses. With the successful season under their belts. Coach Ray Padovan led his team to an IIAC conference win and a fourth place finish in the NAIA meet. The trip to the national meet was highlighted by a first place finish and new NAIA records by Dan Furlan in the 100-and 200-yard breaststroke events. Harold Tiahrt. a well known swim- mer that set school and pool records the preceeding year, continued his winning ways by setting a school rec- ord in the 200-yard individual med- ley and a pool record in the 200-yard butterfly. Don Berglund, distance swimmer, set new school records in the 1000- and 500-yard freestyle events. Don Speacht, freestyler, set a new school record in the 100-yard freestyle. In addition to Furlan's NAIA record. he set a pool record in the 200-yard breaststroke earlier in the season. Nw-s 91-ns? S .N .c. . 3 0' 'N . sf -sf KI. mp,-qs v 91 v Aff. 0, 4' N " -'Q Q i ." 'Iso H :Spf-vw uf.:- vi F ' .1. wrfiik I ' 35 . . - -- f . All nt? ...V J s, A 91' 1 is ww ,. .W '.-' ,V A .U t rv. Nw- Q ,1 . ,gg K ,Wt b .. iw. . , -4, 35" , Z. I ,, R 4 yn' si. .3 5"-'f1:,xu 3. ,s5'5" i MH -' 5 'V fluff is Q15 . I 3 . if 102:--I A A-21. For any swimmer it is not a race against any one person, but it is a race against time. 's F , A Y J -.. :X A A .. 1- . , l N . . - ng,-. 5 Q t X ll le-J l-:sf lx--f v ggi 1 2 sa..-1 - . :- l iq . :K il .QL 'A 5 .:. I 'A X L STE 1 . , ', ,. .. 1. -' - ll ' N .. lx l 1 ' H 2 V' l - I Q5-lN6S -I .... l ' ! 1-'Civ z ,. . S 5 I , swrMMiN 5 -i A .W T 2 K l 1 tg ' s ,' ,ve - 4 , , 5 : f- f I an I . N - A. . .1 'T' 'W' 5: .I WA-A La A 0 ' f A t. l I l ' .fl ' .,, , R r ll" vl UF-N in Row l: Al I-Iult, Bob Grundy, Roger David, Jim Tionkovich, and .lim David. Row 2: William Adams, Don Vish, Frank Tenne, Clay Kolar, Dick Groves, Larry Pantier and Ed Schlattweiler. Row 3: Assistant Coach Gerald Gosset, John Beusch, Jim Evans, Don Speacht, Dan Furlan, Steve Buschkopf, and Head Coach Ray Padovan. 4 Hlvvife 'J 1Tl....2H ' 4 'fi 1-iimvg-1 2.1 'giassax' bww- ' Q.. ,,.,, MN, v , gil ,, ., , ,, ii. 4---1 are 1 an-v , . Q ' ' F3 5 li, In short meter swims, one of the key factors in ----1-Ney: ,-. , v m-1, ., -"' E ,- , P Q x f , it 0' N5 have , tv, z ij, Li ,fi 1 ' - ' -,, V- - . 5 , 'R ivy t ,ii - Q us, ., " 'N ' - ,Y " W - .. :QW -'f::k...r -M . ,- AD." - , 41 "4 Wy -'.2.,..f:-fF:":f15f11- ' ' ' ' ,:-H 1,255get-5,1'::,:,j?i"."If551t:'lf' .,-..i,:fjf'Qf'- ' ' ' Being too eager causes problems. , -----'-V -.1,,.--,,,,, s..,W ,--1 V ...N ----.-.-- If the race is the steady quick start off the position blocks. ww This particular swimmer seems to be pouring it on as he comes to the last few meters to finish. 221 222 Central Michigan Eastern Kentucky Bradley Augustana Western Illinois Chicago Circle Wisconsin-Milwaukee Indiana State Valparaiso Illinois State Loyola DePauw Ball State IIAC Meet NAIA Meet An Eastern freestyler pours it on for the finish of 200 yards of hot competition. 52 67 40 37 32 40 28 76 48 33 31 25 60 first fourth . gr' ffpf .Q o X A I . oslw ,, 1 s " ' ,mvlidvv ' F is I fffjgrt ,. 15' 2 K2 , fue' ' tv .J F p up we 1' rv ,Sm :qi 'ii an Q fri x 1 pf' f i - J- - f. 'ff 163, Don Vish breaks from his routine event of dis- tance freestyle for a try at the breaststroke. Dick Groves teamed up with Tom Collins in both the low and high board to add more depth to the springboard event. Both divers held high averages. A long drive is underway for Steve Larson. Daryl Coleman uses the iron for those last few yards to make the green. 3? Linkmen Gain Experienceg Most To Return An unglorious golf season was in store for Coach Robert Carey's link- men as the team won only four of its twelve matches and tied on one occasion. Jim LeMaster, the only senior on the squad, provided the leadership as the team's captain. The golfers placed seventeenth in the North Central Invitational meet and fourth in the NAIA District 20 meet and could do no better than a fourth place finish in the IIAC conference. Carey recognized the ability of all of his golfers, but said they lacked experience. This is a result of draw- ing downstate players to Eastern that have not had pre-college tournament experience. Coach Robert Carey, John Snuckel, Daryl Coleman, Gary Large, .lim Paszalek, Charlie Henry, Jim LeMaster, Steve Larson, and David Hinton, 223 224 Several Activities Offered In Intramurals Throughout the year almost 2.000 Eastern men participated in intra- mural activities which were under the direction ol William Riordan. Rior- dan was assisted in organizing the competition by Ian Bailey and grad- uate assistants ol' the athletic de- partment. Divided into three categories ol' teams-independent. dormitory. and tra- ternity. men competed lor trophies in such major events as baseball. lootball. basketball. soccer. cross country and track. Among the minor sports found in intramural activity were badmitton. swimming. bowling. wrestling. weight- lifting. tennis. and water polo. At the end of the season in each sport. the top two teams in each divi- sion went into the University playoffs hoping to win the tournament and claim the title of "University Champions." "University Champion" teams in- cluded those of Alpha Kappa Lambda. Taylor Hall. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Ti- tans. Delta Sigma Phi. and Pi Kappa Alpha. Cindy Brown goes in for the layup as Peggy Brackenhoff. Joan Lebreeht. and Brenda Hissong look on in a W.R.A. game. This ball player seems deeply involved in an intramural game ol basketball. -vw Wight 'rf'- 'Y fr: 1. . Al. ,:. 'gy ' vi- .. V wx . he we as A s 1 11, .,. i 5? G P .A,: 5 3: ., , ,.1 qF., 2 5 - jg5,5 ij S 'T " -',- Q YQ e fs. Soccer is gaining much popularity among athletic enthusiasts. Competition in handball is one of the newer events. Dennis Hoaglin takes a deep breath and pulls out that extra strength needed in so many individual intramural competition. 225 L. When the weather is right tennis is usually the most widely played sport. PC, .... ,. if , ,' , H ' ' ' 7 ' of i It t fl , ,wg Qu? tv.-,-at. K .4 . N 'K ",. J nm L. , + uuag.,.-,t:.- T'favG'?f5'9 W- N ' ' The biggest team sport among intramural competition during the Spring and Summer is the large participation in softball. ln the Fall intramural football can be as rough and painstaking as the regular collegiate competition. 226 . , . .......,...t,,,,. .1 W , Q. -" 5,f f xiii' M. s,- , Vwy .gi 4 N, - 1, X ' VE tvglnn-ci AA ,,. ' - " f,-.,Q'.-e-fy' . . M-Lwwgiib. is-Q if ,,.. " - , Jos W Pi Kappa Alpha members realize that water polo tends to require much fitness and organization to produce a winning team. if x f' - Tom Delco displays his talent as he suspends himself on the rings, ndependent Practice Builds Coordination 227 1gT"'J'u A A .. fi W 4 1 sf 'W f , vqlgffi. I. A I 'I I 1...-.1--v U' fm f- ,awni- 'x t .. f' 4 i u-:X V 404' 228 'V' Greeks 229 3 K-5 1 3 -I L cf y 6 QQQQ .fx 232 JH Thcsc Sig knpk. Phu Sugk. Alpha Ciurnk. and Dcllu Sigk enjoy aociuliling on weekends. OW Q S' 4, .gin -G " ' ' H, 5'-S , 1 ,, Nix! v' K EITY.. ' I' 'D' sv '- - 2 ' .vifiixfo v ' ' q za m . . . one 1 - V- I O 'I'-AY s wx: ld' it I 'I v' 4 fl I 'QV Q i ' 1 - fm H .-'8"".' - .M - - - A P ' 'Q 4" wo'oW55'q"-5 W8 ' Fr" ' 1 ' ' ' 'f - -, 1 v r . a," iff 5,5 gm key' f -1 g 2ffs.,:.:Ji7,.' wwee ' ' l . 'vw P . ' ' 'A',,"v',f ' 'l,f I' 'A' 'Av "'s" ,Q 1' "K ' I' ' "I" ' 'r 'l bw:-I XA 1KKc' R I I p J . 1 4 - 9 f 1 ff KK 1. i'936'ooo -+0042 A ' -. a M42 fd x' f" R 1 ' 1 f K' I 5......,. .Ln'e"'7ZF"""""" V I d mdupcndcmx look forward Lo the gmnuql xp I , p 'd by thc TrnSig'x,Ar1mnglho5e PLITIICIPLIIIHQ arc lhcxc Sig Pik. w RkShIIb J 5ldWM ngs. Judy Saxton agrees to sign the "This" of a Phi Sigma Epsilon pledge. Greeks Enjo Social Life To many Greeks at Eastern. so- cializing is the most important func- tion of the whole system. Throughout the year one can find activities such as dances, balls, house and rush parties. During the day Greek members often spent float hours and spare minutes in the Union promoting their houses and chatting with prospective rushees. On almost every weekend throughout the year a social project of some type was engaged in uniting various fraternities and sororities. Sometimes they promoted clothing drives for the needy both in the United States and in such countries as Korea and Viet Nam. Others col- lected canned goods, solicited money, raffled off tickets and volunteered time to work for convalescent homes. For their own pleasure the Greeks maintained their traditional fireside cagers, skating parties, and break- fasts. The women of Sigma Sigma Sigma put forth all their efforts into making the spring carnival a success. my P ' 5. I ra l XX 1' ' xg , C 2 4- l at a 'Q- . I i 233 234 ,J Sigma kappa baxkclhalIlcan1n1cn1bn:ra Belly Brackcnhoff. Char Lchncn. and Peggy Brackcnhoff praclicc in McAfee gy m. Rlch Yana. Tau kappa Epsilon. tries lo gain his fooling as hc allcmpls I make yardage in the annual TEKE snovmboul held in January. 'S-. Dennis Hovde, Tau Kappa Epsilon, gets ready to make a pass to a team member in a flag football game against Phi Sigma Epsilon. Pi Kappa Alphas Phil Steffen and Dave Murphy trade positions in chariot relay. Greeks Strive For Athletic Accomplishments Dean Clausen, Sigma Pi, tries for a goal in a game against Phi Sigma Epsilon. Competition played an especially large part in Greek life this year. Last spring well-organized intra- murals had fraternities playing one another in softball, track, golf, and tennis. In the fall, they engaged in flag football, soccer, cross country, badminton, and weight lifting. With furthering efforts to become university champs, fraternities also participated in winter basketball, swimming, water polo. table tennis, volley ball, and wrestling. Fall's football season was cli- maxed by a tie in the fraternity divi- sion between Alpha Kappa Lambda and Phi Sigma Epsilon. The AKL's went on to win not only the Greek championship but also the university's. Capturing other titles for the year were Alpha Phi Alpha in track, Phi Sigma Epsilon in weight lifting and soccer, and Tau Kappa Epsilon ingolf. Even the sororities competed in basketball, volley ball, and softball. 235 x, wqnmstw .......-.......-4.--. 'F fS.'f 'I e I X'-if y Q .,....,..,d...--'me----..,..... W.--W +-f -uw-MM ,l'E'.,,!e , .. .. M.. 7 F W ! 'I ' -f A .yi I .Q RSF: 5 . ,- 4 . .5 , AN 'N K 3 X vm f, - Eli- , J 1: wx ,Q.j.5.W 'Eau " Q f Q , 'N "rs .N z L - .Aus . ' .asf iii' any, 5. ,qrfx . , . ,MU , VJ,- fiifff 'Z 003 ,2,. W. x ,f ' s,. gg ,E X Greeks Maintain Unity And Leadership . l ' 1: 1 ful' ff 14 ...',v!v'v X' ' filzvff l-i 't is N K Aiaiela Mike Green. lhe Inter l raternity Council President. works to promote unity in the fraternities. Delta Sigs L hris Loftus and Gary Large Nll around the kitchen table and x xxx" f Af Confident leaders and organized committees were responsible for the fraternities and sororities maintain- ing their strong image on campus. Many of Greek actives occupied positions in the Student Senate as well as academic organizations. Responsible for much of the suc- cess of the Greeks were the lnter Fraternity Council and the Panhel- lenic Council. each being composed of representatives of fraternities and sororities respectively. The Greeks often relied upon skits and group effort to promote their individual houses. take time to help Nlom NN iley complete her income lax return at the house, , 3 132, ' Wit ,ff imi , P' l: N.. i QBPE W Rx 'Q t If 4 QQ -iq l he 237 IFC - anhel ork For Strong Greek Unit This year's Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil. composed of two representatives and the president from each of the eleven fraternities. initiated many Greek activities promoting unity and several new programs which will hopefully be used in the future to strengthen Greek ties on campus. For the first time in Eastern's fraternity history. the Council exper- imented in a new rush system. This consisted of a signup and paying a S2 fee for those men interested in joining a fraternity, The fee entitled the prospective rushees to tour houses. attend rush parties. and orientation. One of the major projects in- duced by the Council talong with the Panhellenic Councilj was the annual Greek Week held in the Spring. Promoting rush activities. the Inter-Fraternity Council organized the annual fraternity retreat at Aller- ton Park in Montecello attended by Eastern fraternity officers. Odyssey Night was one of the major highlights of Winter quarter. With the Panhellenic Council. the IFC worked hard to make Greek Odyssey a way to show others how fraternities and sororities view Greek life. Meeting once a week in the Li- brary Lecture Room. the Council ta member of the National Inter-Fra- ternity Councilj helped Eastern's fraternities keep pace with national trends and the new movements on the college campuses today. l i +L e i dvi Inter-Fraternity Council members barbeque and serve hot dogs at the Fall rush picnic. 238 9--v First Row: Greg Burgett-Rush Chairman. Richard Roding-Treasurer. Rusty Stephens-Secretary, Jim Porto-Vice President, Michael Green- President. Jerry Zachary-Advisor, Second Row: Jim Porter, Willie Husek. Loren Blackfelner, David Gobble, Michael Palm. Steve Schwartz, Robert Rice. Ken Schaal, Terry Schuldt, Nick Ciaccio, Wally Kos. Third Row: Dave Sausage. Vern Drechsler, Bernie Noonan. Rich Johnson, Mel Krieger. Paul Pinther. Jim Mussatto, Pat Cassady, Dan Miller. John Coffey. John Harsch. - ,--- . Q 3 tg- M gl... .5 ' ' t Y '," First Row: Mimi Pool-Secretary, Marilyn Fowler-President, Lana Grimes-Vice-President, Nancy Lechner-Treasurer. Second Row: Becky Mullen, Carol Vogelsang, Lynn Volle. Gall Box, Marcia Trost, Dee Bedlnger, Third Row: Karen Oneal, Linda Robertson, Nancy Pogorzala, Diana Peterson, Rose Puipowski, Susan Michels, Stephanie Moyer. Linda Kipp. VMQ, JH ,-X f , We F .lex ' ff X ffl Carol Vogelsang, Dee Bedinger, and Lana Grimes hand out bids to rushees. The Panhellenic Council, under the direction of Dean Mary Rogers, exists for the purpose of coordinating the activities of Eastern's sororities, fostering inter-sorority and inter- fraternity relationships, and cooper- ation with the University in maintain- ing high scholastic and social standards. This year Panhellenic members, composed of I8 women fa junior and senior delegate from each of the six sororities plus the president of each sororityj participated in activities centered around Homecoming, Par- ent's Weekend, Greek Week, and Rush. Besides this, the council also took part in various community and cam- pus service projects. At Winter quarter, due to four vacancies created when the president and secretary were not able to com- plete their terms, new officers were installed. With the change over Lana Grimes became President, Dee Be- dinger-Vice President, Gayle Spa- renberg-Secretary, and Becky Mullen- Treasurer. Coinciding with the regular Pan- hellenic Council for the third year, was the Junior Panhel. This group, composed of a pledge representative from each sorority, promoted better relationships among all the sorority pledges and served as a training pro- gram for future service on the Pan- hellenic council. 239 j , l Alpha Gam's Produce "Active" Year xy at- , ., i l 1 x 54. ,WV H 240 pl J i Y I 34 ali J? fl-w 2 f-Q-: ' .L 'xl v 1 , i I I Front row: Marcia RaaumfSocial Chairman, Kathy Bank -Recording Secretary, Marsha Hollis--First Vice President, Linda Robertson--President, Barb Closs Second Vice President, Cheryl YoderfCorresponding Secretary, Peg Johnske-Treasurer. Dee Bedinger--Jr. Panhellenic ond Row: Karen Smith, Dianne Price, Barbara Laur. Ann Fendley. Patty Hayes. Diane Herrmann. Jodi Haggstrom, Nancy Cummins, Carol Millis. Donna Cleveland. Linda Walley. Judy Galloni, Cheri Thomas, Third Row: Donna Baehr, Debbie Erickson, Jane Kerch, Lou Ann Hill. Lynnetta Meling. Glenda Clark, Jeanne Rice. Lana Grimes. Donna Large. Jeannie Lefler. Sharon Ryan, Jane Firebaugh, stein. Fourth Row: Carleen Gochenour, Kelcey Swift. Kathy Perrone. Andrea McCawley, Pam Good. Marilyn Musgrove. Marta Baker, Janet Drews. Jane Siljestrom. Sue Weger. Cathy Roane. Kathy Buckles. Libby Berns. Fifth Row: Sue Frank. Margie Booth. Karen Demmin. Judy Penn. Donna Bedinger, Cindy Parry. Kathy Jolley, Pat Riegel. Sharon Kelly, Joyce Butler. Connie Webster. The Beta Iota Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta found the school year l969-70 a very "active and success- ful" one. During the Spring quarter the Alpha Gam's were represented on the Student Senate. cheerleading squad, Who's Who. and the Livingston Lord Scholarship. ln the Fall, the sorority sold tickets for the Easter Projects As- sociation to help handicapped children, and also participated in the Red Cross Blood Drive Annual Fashion Show. Besides this, they co-spon- sored the Delta Sigma Phi Korean orphan clothing drive. and aided the VFW in a poppy sale for disabled veterans. Another charity drive was for the National Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Individual honors went to Alpha Gamma girls who were chosen as Miss Charleston. Phi Sigma Epsilon Sweet- heart. Homecoming Greeter, Home- coming Queen First Attendant, Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart, and Pink Panthers. Delegate. Sec- Linda Kendall. Diane Higgins. Paula Graben- Karla Kohout, Kraegel, Judy Karen Kraegel, Jodi Haggstrom, and Linda Robertson frantically work to finish their float in time for the homecoming parade and float judging. K i t t Marsha Hollis and pledge Susan Riggins await the arrival of more rushees. sa! it fr? Judy Demmin seems stunned by one of the many Alpha Gamma Delta Beer Breakfasts held at lkes. 9-1 4,--fa: 'x if If 4 5- ' . x W, , , 9 1 , 1 g. ,. PLEDGES. Front Row: Linda Block, JoAnn Myers. Sandy Call. Janice Albers. Elin Engberg. Joan Kremer. 'Second Row: Kathy Leesman. Sara Majors. Janet Broady. Sandy Sawyer. Stephanie Hagen. Linda Ballou. Val LaBeau. Third Row: Sue Ann McCartney. Marcia Klump. Barb Becker. Jenny Scott. Kathy Arnold. Cari Ermisch. Jill Stefani. Kathy Matthews. Sharon Kehoe. Kris Nickols. 241 2412 lpha Sig's ncrease Membership Starting out with only IS girls. the .Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority in- creased their membership to 66 ac- lives. On Nlay l0. N69 Alpha Sigma Alpha iias installed as Gamma Omega Chapter. The main protect was pafticipats ing in the national Philantropic aid to the Nlentally Handicapped Childrer They engaged in a national paper drixe and held a Christmas party with Tau Kappa Epsilon lor the Nlen- tally Handicapped. Besides this. the Alpha Sigs par- ticipated in Eastern's Homecoming lor the lirst time. Alter receiving 1 second place in the house decoration competition and lloat competition. they gaxe their prize money to the ' - Q i A Coles County .Association lor the t Retarded. As a luture project the Alpha Sigs plan to devote time xxork- ing ixith the retarded, Alpha Sigma Alpha represented A, themselies on campus xxith members on thc Pink Pdmhcrey Alpha Sig's Pam Blichmey er and Linda Couch serve Terre Walrod and Val Urbanelt at a rush party. ,..,-1 sm.- -4 -5 QQQQ PLI Ilfil S, l ront Rim, Xlarj Larey. Carole Shobe. Chris Benignus. Donna Torgerson. Beth Anderson. Second Row: Sharon Harding. Maggie Westhoff. Aquina NN euenu. lol llen Peck Third Roxy: Fariniah Dehghan. Kathy' Waindle. Kathy Watson. Barb Rutledge. Kathy' Phillips. Debbie Weaver. Debra Henning. liritluei Hr-Mn. loknn Baldwin. - ga Q Q Front Row: Joy 'Wendell-Corresponding Secretary, Elaine Barry-Vice President, Jacki Jaques-President, Janice Bertschinger-Recording Secretary Lynn Kleber-Treasurer. Second Row: Anita Strauss, Rita Faulkin, Paula Smith, Valorie Urbanek, Pat Bohling. Cheryl Giblin, Betsy Engelhorn Terry Brannon, Robin Young, Pat Burnett. Third Row: Patti Roberts, Lauren Babcock, Ruth McGorray, Debi Songer, Terre Walrod, Brenda Blose: Bonnie Hoffman, Kathie Dembski, Earlene Colussi, Linda Shryock, Karen Oneal, Cyndy Davison. Fourth Row: Rose Marie Pilipowski, Sully Ward Bonnie Lowe, Joan Forman, Cheryl Fundel, Cathy Schultz, Annette Merz, Mary Forsythe, Mary Boyles, Jackie Rieck. Fifth Row: Suzanne Monts: Lori Hicks, Pam Schultz, Laura Fagan, Linda Couch, Linda Carlson, Ann Goetz, Debby Beaderstadt, Jane Benten, Jane Mattews, s E ., 4' ggi? L ' ',t" are Debra Henning, Alpha Sig pledge, gets a sig- nature 'from sorority sister Earlene Colussi. -S4 Sally Ward and Pat Bohling look over a na- ,gr J tional sorority handbook at their installation. 243 2-ld XL Delta Zeta Peg Bertagntvlli explairix an awgn- Delta Leia girls haxe lun mth Diane Short toning a football to sister Cindy Key ser. ment tn wriariti water. Amanda Sundernian. JS-b aqua, 0 2 Q nr 5 00 Q, i we -. : S 1 -v-on 8 l Pl.kIJGl-S. lrmnt Rim: Sandy Kramer'SehoIastic Chairman. Mary Demxe Hopman-Vice-President, Peggy Woodyard-President, Vickie Pygott- Seeretary. Kandi leniiin-Treaxurer, Darla Walton-Histurian, Second Row: Mary Stipp. Carole Strohm, Barbara Greene, Denise Henderson, Diane Bell. Ruth Carxtenx, Third Roni Susie Rtnyer. Susan Mendenhall. .leananne Eeklund. Ann Gilsin. Nancy Gartner, Jan Fattore. Mary Rose.Fabcr, Dana Hill I'-iurth Rim Lonnie Rutter. Sue Schnepel. Inez Lunnemann. Kathie Ganninger. Debbie Chiapelli, Merilee McCracken. A Front Row: Patti Gartner-Social Chairman. Wendy Youngblood-Historian. Judy Westendorf-Recording Secretary. Peggy Bertagnolli-Treasurer. Donna Winslow-Correspondence Secretary. Cindy Kayser4Pledge Trainer. Ruth Provost. Second Row: Sue Piretto, Nancy Tomlinson. Bobbie Shafer. Sally Kennard, Cathy Cazalet. Marilyn Rensing, Jeanne Jesse. Susan Myers. Lynn Volle. Susie Carrillo. Jeri Chiapelli. Amanda Sunderman. Corky Gammuto. Karen Caruso, Sonna Meyer. Third Row: Jerre Smith, Becky Keigley, Pam Wise. Alexa Haws. Sara McDivitt. Jerelyn Clausen. Carol Williamson. Connie Kidwell. Nancy Corey, Mary Kay Carter. Vicki Duncan. Jo Clark. Fourth Row: Louise Wilcoxon. Janet Wolk. Lori Paul. Lynn Jurecki. Ellen Kinsella. Celeste Perkowski. Karen Johnson. Susan Patton. Dawn VanderMark, Kay McGorray. Connie McClellan. Linda Hiwton. Mae Pomatto. Fifth Row: Stephanie Moyer, Sandy Livesey. Diane Short. Nancy Hoover. Beth Adams. Brenda Hemken. Sandra Hinton. Diana McClellan. Anne Leonas. Diane Peterson. Donna Dash. Nancy Magnus. Delta Zeta Organizes Planned ctivities Signingpledgebooks,eating popcorn,andgabbingabouteventsareverycommonatthehouse. FOV the Gamma Nu Chapter of Delta Zeta. consisting of about 90 active members. the 1969-70 year proved to be one of success in both scholarship and well-planned activities. The Delta Zetas took third in both the Greek games last Spring and in the Homecoming float contest. In the Fall Delta Zeta Sue Crum was elected head greeter while Vicki Duncan was third attendant on the Homecoming court. Leadership and honorable achieve- ment was also displayed throughout the year with sorority members being represented on the Homecoming com- mittee. Student Senate. and the Stu- dent Activities Board. Besides this. several girls occupied positions on the Eastern cheerleading squad and the Pink Panthers. Among their activities for the year were a canned food drive with the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. a slave sale of the pledges with Alpha Phi Omega. and the delivery of a Christmas tree to the Ashmore Estates. 245 246 'rv 1 Pl,l',Dfil'S, lirxi Rim, Nnnuy Tiiylur. P.iul.i lludmn. Seennd Rim: Beverly Durr. Phyllis Honnnld. Marty Roach. ,lnyee Box. Kathleen Dougherty ,Linel Picrwn Third R-,iw Cilnriu Runnin. Burhaim Byxlry. Qindy Rumpel, Annette Wilson. Rhonda Sehrumm. Donna Soclxaieki. Carol Ann Mzirainlo Jenn.-Xlhrcehl. li , ,1 U Ili I ll 'r.n".u.'.a I i.L9iS"'O"O0W. Hffv MJ. 1 fffn fi,rw' ,l lLZfLL"W0'.JM W1 - -:Q -- XX X Brenda Ramsey Imilw nn Us Janet Pierson ' serxex coffee lor relrexhmenlx ul the KD huuw. i . Bonnie Nuxoll sicadies u Scugrum's bottle us Susan Grimes lights the decorative candle. From Row: Skip Barrie-Editor. Gail Box-Membership Chairman. Marsha Garbe-Secretary. Susan Michels-President. Brenda Ramsey-X'ice- President. Diane Wimberley-Asst. Treasurer. Beverly Dilliner-Treasurer. Second Row: Cindy Willaredt. Laine Royse. Cathy Mcrigis. Robbie Davis. Sandy Meyer. Lynne Schader. Rosane liaczor. Frosty Miller. Celeste Hoffman. Ann Prosser. Trish Schmitendorf. Paulette Yiverito. Jacky Pytosky. Marilyn Viverito. Third Row: Carol Krels. Sandy Heck. Marta Benner. Carol Haas. Chris Mennie. Gayle Sparenberg. Anne Nunn. Rosalie Bak. Patricia Polovina. kathy Haislet. Linda Souchels. Debby Hammond. Pill O'Donovan. Fourth Row: Mary Winegarner. Evelyn Sloan. Carol Heck. Joyce Probst. Ann Schnitz. Elaine Darre. Mimi Pool. Mary Walden. Ann Miller. Bonnie Nuxoll. Dona Dunn. Noralic Edingcr. Heather Nlergler. Jean Jones. Denise Schultz. Fifth Row: Brenda Eddleman. Cathy' Hamilton. Claudia Zmick. Jeanne McLean. Susan Damato. Anne Gustafson. Chris Stray be. Laura Masek. Mary Olson. Kay Wright. Susan Grimes. Diana Behrens. Nancy Brown. Kappa Delta Stresses Active Involvement "Involved" was the best way to describe the Delta Beta Chapter of the Kappa Delta Sorority. ln keeping with last year's achievements. the liD's again won first place in the Greek Sing. On the national level. Kappa Del- ta held a clothing drive for Appa- lachia and had the honor of having active Anne Nunn elected to a national '5' ' f office in the College Chapter of the Illinois Home Economics Association. Highlighting their year was the annual Cameo Ball and having Carol Heck selected as second runner-up in the Miss Charleston pageant. During the Fall quarter. the girls took first place in the pep rally cheer contest and in the Homecoming float competition. As a service project. Kappa Delta adopted Wayne Duncan. nine years old of Gaffney Church of God Home for Children. Gaffney, South Carolina. YA Actives Pat Polovina and Mary Walden review the validity that "Happiness is KD." 247 +5 Q! 208 l-ront rong Sue Babb-Recording Secretary. Sandy' Howell-Treasurer. Deanna Duncan-Second Vice-President, Marcia Trost-President. Pat Pinney- First Nice-President. Kathy Schuhr-Corresponding Secretary. Sally Grabbe-Registrar, Second row: Carol Wood. Linette Gleeson. Judi Hartmann. Carol Vogelsang. Andrea Sparks. Wanda Rose. Pam Slater, Peggy Pickens, Linda Crackel. Carol Beaird, Third row: Judy Savage. Jamie Helleny, Peggy Wetfel. Joan Lehrecht. Mary Bartosch. Carol Davis. Becky' Builta. Janet Kuhns, Judy' Paluck. Lynn Pisoni. Nancy Schaffenacker. Fourth row: Cheryl Dagon. Joy Thompson. Karen Weibel. Betty Brackenhoff. Cindy Robertson. Lois Engleman. Cindy Brown. Pam Goken, Ruth Ann Ritten- house. Mimi Griffiths. Angela Zalar. Sue Clarke. Filth row: Susan Hoffman. Lois Murphy, Jean Granger. Karen Menconi. Linda Bussmann. Nancy Pogorfala. Nancy Huls. Pam Gooch. Kathy Ponikvar. Marilyn Fowler. Barbara Holaday, Melinda Ringer. Cindy Loeffel. Sigma Kappa aintains Scholarship The Gamma Mu Chapter of Sigma Kappa gained eight new members in the first Fall pledge class since l965. October found Sigma Kappa busy on rummage sales. sponsoring a dance at the union. selling raffle tickets for the Sig Taus, and participating in Homecoming activities. As a result of finding time for studying. the Sig Kap's ranked first in scholarship this year for the eighth quarter in a row. Winter pledge pick up brought 24 pledges making the total number of active members for this Spring up to 89. Sigma Kappa showed leadership on the campus this year with mem- bers present on the cheerleading squad. Pink Panthers. Who's Who. Warbler Staff, and the Student Ac- tivities Board. Joan Lebrecht takes time out after an unbeliev- able hour with the pledges. PM Q S iff ff ff f X svwxw. t A V . N f ,,-. O7 Y f'- Pledge Brenda watches Sue sign her book. f N-,, ,xxx J.1,.5p5'1jf Ri-, sb rye MSA 1.,. T . tx 5 t n V ' A Angela. Sue. and Barb relax alter a hard day. Jw. ASB PLEDGES. Front row: Nancy Kendrick, Cathy Whitney, Debby Lyons, Barb Cook, Deb Stocker, Sue Grubaugh, Char Lehnen, Carole Schneider. Second row: Kathy Malone, Brenda Hissong, Sherri Legg. Brenda Flessner, Donna Dellacca, Judy Saxton. Tara Waldrop. Third row: Barb Babb. Kathleen Huddleston, Kathy Kruse, Sandy Bates, Sarah Knobeloch, Joan Jagla, Kris Volkema. Fourth row: Marybeth Nixa, Janet Ellis, Joan Wikoff. Peggy Brackenhoff, Vicki McCormack. 249 250 , 9 PX 2. is Y., Trl Sag mother knthy krun gnu her xugnn- .loan Maul-atddcn carries on at hrict' diacussion mth lxxo sisters. Nancy Lcchncr und Bucky Mullcn. ture to hcr dnughtcr Nong Rhodcx '1 3 L 4 x 44' Y ,mx . ' .ini R . 6 Y o ' A 5 ' .J - I f V , , ., PLlzDtihS. from Row Nhndy Mycrx. .Iormmu Smnh, Amy Ruin. Putty Brizu. Shirley Brcndcl. Second Row: Carol Bolin, Linda Kraus. Carolyn Brown. Dody Dnuknwuycr. JoAnne Scrdur Thnrd Row Alcthu Krcis. Kuhby Kncz. Janet Loftus. Nancy Rhodes. Sue Jacobs. Suzi Slrungc. Kay Wenle. Mary Bcth Smccnuy.DcbhluCorh1n.N111r1l5n Comhx Tri Sig's Promote Potentials Of Coeds l' 7 J n X , J J l FN N. -- 1.5 ' A Front Row: Mary Kay Hixon-Treasurer, Candy Johnson-Correspondence Secretary, Pat Baldock-Sentinel. Second Row: Dana Creekmur, Monica Lowe, Jenny Best, Robin Bibo, Linda Hulteen, Jackie Grote, Janet Tejcek, Bonnie Powers. Judi Ely, Diane Anderson, Becky Mullen, Sandy Johnson, Bev Roye. Mary Jo Neil, Nancy Brown. Third Row: Mary Hoekstra, Barb Nixon, Libby Baker, Sue Reilly, Judy Boudreau, Kathy Kreis, Nancy Lechner, Kay Hagel, Susan Loy, Linda McKinney, Kathy Balding, Sue Bauersachs. Nancy Preisser. Fourth Row: Carole Blanford, Linda King, Barbara Bulkley, Nancy Cox, Mary Ann Constant, Mary Kay Kirkendall, Pam Johnson, Nancy Ruehrdanz, Bonnie Cellini, Pat Keenan, Kathy Goetz, Judi Edwards, Mary Jo Doyle, Caran Wyland, Fifth Row: Patti MacMinn, Kay Kipp, Sandra Stanfield, Nancy Lawrence, Brenda Brooks, Cheryl Appleton, Emily Dandelles, Jean Ubaudi, Anne Wittman, Joan McFadden, Jean Oglietti, Janet Miller, Janis Howell, Barb Sheridan, Bev Overmyer. Paula England-Scholastic Chairman, Linda Warmoth-Recording Secretary, Joan Woodfall-Vice-President, Linda Kay Kipp-President, SigmaSigmaSigmagirlsgatheraroundavisitortbackrightjfromthenationalheadquarters. Tl'1I'OL1gll0uI Il'lC p3SI year the girls of the Alpha Psi chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma stressed the im- portance for each member to acquire a realization of her potential oppor- tunities for her own effectiveness on the campus, in the sorority, and throughout her life, In doing this, Sigma Sigma Sig- ma's approximately 90 actives achieved several accomplishments for which they were proud. Libby Baker, Delta Sigma Phi Sweetheart, reigned over Eastern's 1969 Homecoming while Nancy Lechner was among the three football greeters. Tri Sig's took a strong position in recognition and school spirit with five of their girls being selected for Who's Who and by having three var- sity cheerleaders. As their main activity for the year, the Tri Sig's sponsored the Spring carnival held during Greek Week. 251 ' l...A.A.aS..K..4 PLEDGES. First Row: Mike Dorsey. Donovan Freeland, Bob Angleton, Richard Grannis, Keith Lyon. Second Row: Bruce Shuman, Mike DeLuea, Tim Toepke, Rich Logan, Dave Fassiotto. Tom Giles. Al Turner, Steve Parker, Ken Preglow. 252 Pledge Steve Parker listens to Ken Preglow talk about the crest. Q . 45- Alpha Kappa Lambda pledge Al Turner positions himself to take pledge test Front Row: Ben Pieper. Harold Tiahrt-Treasurer, Bob Kasten-Vice President. Dan Ryan-President. Dan Weidner-Secretary. Tom Collins. Second Row: Ron Lefkowitz, Ron Best. Randy Pippen, Ron Barello. Jim Lowe. Mike Vornehm, Ed Kopecky. Ted Brown. John Wells. Dick Kemp, Dave Albert. Third Row: Ted Kuethe. Warren Craft. James Huff. Jerry Burgener. Jerry Mortensen. John Duffy, Steve Yormark. Randy Alumbaugh. Greg Lane. Dave Jarrett, James Evans. Fourth Row: John Chapin. James Smoots. Tony Ariola, Terry Spica. Will Smith. Jim McClean, Bob Hutchins. Charles Price. Ken Miller. Jim Swartz. Joe Craig. Jerry Hudson. Fifth Row: Steve Hubner. Huey Hanson. George Hatfill. George Miller. Medferd Owen, Steven Wright. Tom Walters. Randy Moncrief, Ken Preglow. Randy Wynn, Gerald Scillenz. John Mclnty re. Robert Jurman. Alpha appa ambda Takes Football Title In campus affairs, athletics. and Greek affairs. Alpha Kappa Lambda held vital positions.'Ken Miller was elected Student Body President in l969: Dan Ryan. Campus Casonovag Dave Fassiotto, Mr. Freshman. Tom Collins. Student Senatorg and Marty McFarland. Who's Who. Bob ff Kasten and Keith Lyon were chosen outstanding college athletes of Amer- ica. and Harold Tiabert and Tom Collins All American Swimmers. The fraternity was awarded the Spirit Award at the Homecoming pep assembly and third place in House Dec. In athletics, AKL's had two mem- bers in varsity football, six on the swim team, five in baseball, four on the track team, two tennis players, and one on the soccer team. In addi- tion to this, they won not only the fra- ternity division in football but also be- came the All-University Champions. Randy Wynn sits on the AKL house steps to pet Ruby. 1 253 254 gvmur- 'alll R is M ' 'ji ff y 'Nl HINX 5 -tix it Sl' 'V Y ' " A 59 " f 9lllN,Y,g, 6' 3. N 'QQ 3, will 1 Numgwj! Hfwf in e t 6, l WN X .Q 7 4 pin A ' V Qin L'H1ll7Fl 55. Gil! K-5 X35 x U tm:-1 W W 'W YQ-1 First Row: Frank Bradford, Robert Jackson, Tyrone Collins. Second Row: James La Bon, James Brooks, Ralph Pannell, Tommy Wilson. c3QXKl4lrlX THF TA NU Pledge Jim La Bon looks over Curley Brad- ford's shoulder us he is instructed in proper pledging procedures and activities. WW My x lx XA K X .she The men of Alpha Phi Alpha reside in this house on A Street which they obtained spring. . s ' ' - ' ' Wicks- First Row: Curley Bradford-Dean of Pledges, Clarence Mays-IM Chairman, C. J. Whalefsecretafy- -lUl1U5 Baldfldge Pfff5ldCm- Vlcmf , V. President, Johnnie Seward-Treasurer. Second Row: Thomas Lodge, Marvin Shade, Ralph Pannell, James La Bon, Frank Bradford, Stephen Davis. lpha Phi lpha Holds State Convention Julius Baldridge coaxes Spook, the Alpha Phi Alpha mascot, to take a breather from activities. The men of Alpha Phi Alpha were concerned for the most part of the year making preparations for a state- wide national convention which was held in Charleston during the Winter quarter. This honor was bestowed upon the Eastern Alpha Phi Alpha's when they, after six months of recognition, were awarded the title of 'tlVlost Out- standing Undergraduate Chapter." In activities throughout the year, Alpha Phi Alpha participated for the first year in Greek Week, sponsored Afro-American seminars and a sweetheart dance, and also traveled to other university chapters to pro- mote their local chapter. In sports, Alpha Phi Alpha had members represented on the Univer- sity's football, basketball, baseball, and indoor track team. The fraternity won intramural track for the second year and also the outdoor intramural track meet. 255 256 X W if 11 ',, A - 1 PLEDGES. First Row: James Hayes, James Miller, Rex Adams, Second Row: Jerry Duan. Dan lngle. Bill Hel1ing.lien Wilson. Q So .Q 1 , 4 V 5' Q First Row juhn Simms. Jesse Berlanga. Joseph Morales, Michael Brown. Sceund Row: Edgar Huilc. Douglas Bailey, John Long, Bill Hinrichs, Tom Sl, Peter. Third Rm-. ,lim l1vans.,lack Marks, Terry Lambert. Randy Brescc. Mike Rylkn, First Row: Gary Small-Treasurer. Larry Carbonari-Recording Secretary. Noel Cryder-First Vice-President. Keith Kohanzo-President, David Harder-Second Vice-President. Bob Sabin-Corresponding Secretary. Second Row: John Bell. .lohn Bunyar. .loe Goldstein, Tony Born, Phil Poirier. Thomas Krause, Gary Anderson. Third Row: Ed Snearley, James Bertoglio. Dan Furlan. Chuck Spear. Earl Ritchie. .lohn Bruno. .lohn Schneider. Fourth Row: Larry McPheron. Steven Kinney. Dave Carr, Bruce Winslow, Dick Justice. Doug Macdonald, Dee Lambert, Michael Neace. Alpha Phi mega Sends Cards To Viet Nam Alpha Phi Omega. national serv- ice fraternity. after dropping their I948 charter and reactivating it in 1965, remain active in community and campus activities. Not having a house. the chapter meets Tuesday nights in the Union Mezzanine with a roll call of 35 actives and 20 pledges. In November, the chapter helped the Chamber of Commerce put up Christ- mas decorations uptown Charleston. Other help given by the chapter in- cluded stamping books and keeping time at debate tournaments. At Christ- mas time, the Alpha Phi Omega's decorated our campus with a three fold Christmas tree, sent cards to the men of Viet Nam, and sponsored a dance with proceeds going to the United Fund. Other philanthropic community, and campus projects in- cluded DZ raffle, countryside clean- up, and annual auto rally. In the future, the chapter is planning a project to raise money for a kidney machine. Pledge Rex Adams and active Roy lVlcKittrick look at a rccent News. 257 258 r L ' , , N QA 1 wx I .jx Michael Puim glances nl gi Q mwuzinc 'i lim iirupling winds beside him Lind looks on, ...- Bob Rentschler sits ul u desk in thc Beta Sig house where he prepares a lesson assignment no-1 7'-Q. 1 .sf Z? 'Ziyi' 4' X A g.K PI,I:,DCiI,-,S3 Sigve Peairwn. Doug Hcidcn. Scoll Aljels. Jim Grepling, Beta Sigma si Stresses Leadership Front Row: David Droste-Social Chairman. Roger Klaska-Treasurer, Gary Smith-President, David Richardson-First Vice-President Paul Stanley- Secretary, Second Row: Kurt Herbst, Roger Weise, Wayne Peterson, Doug Salefski, Mark Ostermeier, Ken Schaal, Dick Voelker Jim 'Grepling Third Row: Lee Fielclman, Dick Droste. Nick Smith, Terry Schuldt, Jim Carlet. Stephen Cook. Michael Palm, Rich Eickmeier Ronald Lundeen Thomas Roediger, Steve Pearson. Fourth Row: Jerry Greene, Craig Bartells, Scott Aljets, Leonard Alwardt, Michael Aljets, Bob Rentschler, John Popp Ron Schroeder. Beta Sig's Terry Schuldt, Roger Weise, and Paul Stanley work around the table in the living room, The Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Psi have been very active in campus affairs this past year. Two members headed committees for Greek Week, Wayne Peterson, Concert Committee and Roger Weise, Publicity Chairman. Michael Palm served as treasurer of I.F.C. In the fraternity pursuits, the "Little Sister Program," which has been successful and influential in its second year. aided the chapter in rushing and promoted motivation within the chapter. With aid from the Alpha Gam's in carrying out their philanthropic project, the Beta Sig's came to the aid of a Charleston family who had been burned out of their home. An unusual money making project of picking up fallen corn was success- ful as was a dance sponsored by the fraternity. The entire chapter was the winner of the scholarship trophy at the national convention. A 7? ,L Q l . First Row: John Aldag-Secretary. Carl Filsrow-Advisor. Steve Borah-Vice-President. Dennis Crowley-President. Mike Pamatot-Treasurer, Mrs. Martha Gannaviax-Housemother. Marty Parsons-Alumni Secretary. Second Row: John Figlewicz. Tom Wetzler. Steve Schwartz. Ed Maciorowski. Lynn Bauersachs.'Ron Goodwin. Kenneth Szumski. Tony Kohrig. Jim Smith. Mike Mahan. Frank Mucceanti. Daniel Owen. Third Row: Mike Goetz. Rich Luenemann. Marty Wilder. Bob Miller. Steve Evans. Edwin Kimball. Terry Burress. Philip Bebermann. J. C. Skowronek. Frank Pangborn. Bob Todd. Charles Epperson. Carl Miro. Michael Wahlig. leourth Row: Mike Watts. Joe Miller. Jim Newman, Dave Griffith. Rick Heaney. Gene White. Al Bishop, Bob Kolkmeier. Terry Teausant. Jim Meharry, Steve Tattum. Fifth Row: Terry Kent, Sam Kendrick. Bill lmboden. Jim Zachry, John Abrell. Jim Rhoades. Virgil Kambarian. Thomas Reynolds. John Pererson. Ken Lukawski. Roger Monroe. Harold Mears. Andrew Zilm, Bruce An- gus. Dennis Nlaskel. Dave Hoehn. Delta Chi Sponsors Miss Delta Chi Pageant Last Spring in Greek Sing. the Delta Chi's received second place. The scholar- f J if ship trophy for the l968-69 year was also I' y ' awarded to them. kk, ' , Activities for the year of the Delta I 9 Q Chi's included the annual Miss Delta Chi pageant. Union dances. the Valentines Day dance. a Russ Griffin Memorial cager. and an annual E. Q. Barbeque. For the second year. Chi Delphians were chosen after several rush parties. The fraternity formals included the Winter semi-formal and the Spring White Carna- tion Ball. A record of S690 was raised for the cancer drive through the efforts of the Delta Chi's and the Delta Zetas. The Delta Chi chapter boasted 60 active members during the year. Student Senate Vice-President Tom Wetzler and Senator Randy Newhart represented Delta Chi leadership. Other actives. Harold Mears and Mike Watts served as Homecoming Chairmen and Supreme Court respectively. '-.nt Bill Skowrenek runs a house duplicator. l 5 H. ' X4 V 9? Delta Chi Marty Wilder lays comfortably in his bedroom, pulling studies aside. Pledge John Abrell waits patiently while Terry Burress signs his book for house duties. R' I 1 u e 19'- if ' 4'i, llllllw 'yii ?,f'M,ll?f iia1'?I.i.iQl' ixlll X PLEDGES, Front Row: Jim Pitery, Mike Foster. Second Row: Stan Trawdsterd, Andy Stackhonse, Deny Huerman. Third Row: - Paul Thonoson, Casey Schmitt. 261 262 rn ,vi . wi X- Q'-' 6--r Rick Shellenberger lakes time to bring the fraternity scrapbook up to dale with clippings. President Chris Loftus tells pledge Larry Closson what must be done to Closson's ax handle. ., . .Y sw- , wi '-1 ' fm gg- pg I 'A' 7' 1, if A X! "'N ,--5 . v a -,ar ELEDQES, Firsl Row: Ken Baker. Frank Forestiere, John Oliver. Second Row: Mike Bolander, Kirk Filipowski, Larry Closson, Frank DelAngeI. Dan errari. Delta Sigma Phi Wins ntramural asketball l First Row: Mike Sluder-Rush Chairman, Mike Loftus-Secretary, Randy Blecha-Sergeant-at-Arms, Chris Loftus-President, AI Yonan-Vice-Presi- dent. Second Row: Jerry Konicek, Bill Lamb, Larry Wendel, Mike Anderson, Roger Busby, Bill Devine, Loren Blackfelner, Rick Shellenberger, David Stanley, Joe Dal Santo, Larry Green. Third Row: Vic Jennings, Jim Curtis. John Deffendaugh, Dick Henderson, Tom Greene, John Egan, David Gobble, Murphy Liang, Geoff Sorensen, Ken Werner, Steve Davalos. Fourth Row: Keith Fuerst, Dennis Stephenson, Steve Bunker, James Mies, Thomas Gorman, Rich Buckler, Wayne Marting, Greg Metz, Kevin Smith, Carl Wilkey, Don Maynard. Fifth Row: Ralph Fox, Gerald Hewerdine, Pat Cunningham, Rick Hight, Mike Brncick, Ron Garrity, Tom Frederick, Dan Henard, Mike Dority, Richard Roding, Paul Workman, John Deaton. Tom Gorman, along with other Delta Sig brothers, take time out to relax with a card game. Delta Sigma Phi and their "green machine" strived throughout the year to develop their members both phys- ically and socially, and academically. In sports the Delta Sig's captured the fraternity basketball champion- ship. Besides this they had members represented in university football, wrestling, baseball. track, gymnas- tics, and soccer. Academically, the Delta Sig's proved their knowledge when they won the university College Bowl. They also took second in scholarship in Fall's fraternity standings. Among their activities for the year, Delta Sigma Phi sponsored the annual Korean Orphan Drive with the Alpha Gam's, held a Halloween Par- ty, a Sailor's Ball, and a Christmas Party. In the Spring they celebrated the close of Greek Week with a pig roast. A noteable pledge class project for the year was the making of a new Delta Sig banner to be hung at var- ious sport games. 2641 Q : First Rowi Jaek Terndrup-Viee President. Jim Neill-Secretary. Gene Girard-Treasurer. John Jaehino-President, Jim Porter-Pledge Master, Phil Lindberg-Social Chairman. Seeond Ron: Mike Weller. Randy Waldron. Gene Everett. Ken Dennison. Paul Anderko. Jim Luthe. Bob Jaeobs, Gene Allison. Greg Thorpe. Diek Swing, Don .-Xekman. Mike Ellis. Third Row: Chuck Bailey. Jim Porto. Wally Kos, Steve Weller. Floyd Leonard. Ron Fiehhorn. Diek Carpenter. Riehard Johnson. Doug LaBelle. Robert MeGee. Jim Paszalek. Pat Cole. Dave Carrell. Fourth Rowi Gary' Brinkmeyer. Frank Zapotoeky. Greg Spreitfer. Tom Porter. Marty Rhoades. Charlie Henry. Bernie Noonan. Jock Wilson-Advisor. Stephen Woodland. Steve Helmkamp. Steve Benieh. Jody Snony. Jeff Estes. Mike Manley. Fifth Row: Tom .lohnson. Don Sehrueder. Steve Grishaber. Marty' Spill, Greg Davis. Bill Nliller. John Dosen. Ted Teegarden. Bill Betka. John Zieharth. Jeff Miller. Gary Schaefer. Bob Brendel. Randy' Clark. Greg Koehendorfer. Phi Sigma Epsilon akes All-Sports Troph As in the past several years. this year the aetive men of Phi Sigma Epsilon put speeial emphasis on sports. both eollegiate and intramural. Climaxing the end of last Spring. Phi Sigma Epsilon took the All- Sports Trophy for l96t4-69. capturing firsts in wrestling weightlifting. horseshoes. soeeer. and free throw. Throughout this year Phi Sigma Epsilon had men on Eastern's traek. football. wres- tling. basketball. golf. and baseball varsity teams. During the Fall quarter the Phi Sig's sponsored the "Most Valuable Athlete" award. Among their soeial aetivities, the Phi Sig's sold peanuts at Homecoming for the Kiwanis. held a Christmas party' for under- privileged ehildren. and sponsored a White Tea Rose formal in the Spring and a semi- formal in the Winter. As for leadership, the Phi Sig's have three Student Senators, and two members. Mike Weller and Larry' Kanke. in Sigma Delta Psi athletic honorary. . Greg Davis, Mike Weller. and .lohn Dosen goof ofl during an evening of study. , Mike Weller selects stereo recording while standing in front of banner. Phi Sigs hold a winter beer breakfast with the Sig Kaps, Alpha Gams and Delta Sigs. 5 , rr: ff. F 4 5 t , X , 'fi ix....,,.v x if J lx tfeltf ' " . J, ns, ,,. 'Z PLEDGES, First Row: Rick Arnett, Brian Schram, Tim Kearns, John Corn, John Markus. Second Row: David Haberer, Bernie Vestel, Ron Hogue, Mike Stivers, Jim Zunk. Third Row: John Closs, Jim Tilrerzi, Tony Orem, Ed Block, Dick Weber." 265 266 FN 1. First Row: Steve Tucker-Pledge Master. Mel Krieger-Treasurer. Bob Emerling-Vice-President, Bill Cook-President, Harland Kilborn-Secretary, David Durr-Pledge Master, Bob Bills-Rush Chairman. Second Row: Michael Divine. Larry Boyce, Earl Hansen, Ernie Gibson, Dee Diggs, Floyd Gessford. Gary Hardy. Tom Hunse. Rielt Snicler. Third Row: Julian Stovall. Joseph Balotti. Chuck Krizic. Brian Hatfield. George Paulik, Donny Johnson, Charles Beckman. Mike Blair. Jim Bossert. Fourth Row: William Skeen. Larry Hutson, Mark Busekrus, Tom Stoan, Tim Shepherd. Jeff Hodge, Paul Pinther. Dave Danner, Dave Murphy. Vern Drechsler. John Harsch. XA QU PLEDGES, First Row: Todd Greinke, Steve Daugherty, Mike Voyles, Carroll Smith. Second Row: Gary Ashmore, Mike Long, Richard Eddy, Bill Zieren, Phil Johnson. Third Row: Dennis Mills, Jeff Maleeek, Rob Personett, Dave Salmond, Ron Schwermin. Pi Kappa Alpha Earns Scholarship laque Wx. , .39 A fe! 'Nl bf' Chuck Keizic and Mike Long sit on the couch in the Pike house living room and discuss problems. The intensive and time consuming work of the 90 men of Pi Kappa Alpha proved to be rewarding to the chapter this Summer. At the National Con- vention, the Zeta Gamma was an- nounced as runner-up for the Harvey T. Newell Chapter Improvement Award. Mrs. Dana Miller, the new house "Mom" was also a new attrac- tion to the house, At Homecoming, the Pike's placed second in house dec. For three quarters the IFC Scholarship plaque went to the Pike's. In intramurals, last Fall the Pike's placed second. ffm QQ' i First Row: Lawrence Johnson, Mark Jostes, David Martin, Jim Dougherty, Pat Cummings. Second Row: Bill Hartman, Tony Petrone, Tom Sterling. Terry McCarthy, Dan Peters, Tom Carmady, James Stewart, Greg Milewski, James Peters. Third Row: John Bacone, Mike Yates, .lim Doner, Craig Sloan,'Dave Kuhl, Judd Glow, Tim Martin, Phil Steffen, Kent Peterson. Fourth Row: Pat Fitzgerald. Bob Hennigan, .lim Miklovic. David Berry, Bob Hawicms, Larry Watkins, Earl White, Denny Karr, Doug Euloe. Fifth Row: Don Henning, Ray Samp, Larry Eyre, Mike Coling, Mike Guidish, Kerry Rhoades, Ken Dixon, Harold Knautz. 267 L i A 2 mul L 1 268 Front Row: Kent St. Pierre-Treasurer. Bill Smith-Secretary, Dan Miller-President. Greg Gruenkemeyer-Vice-President, Jim Ballsrud. Second Row: David Woijeck. Bill Cocagne. Bob Maxson, Keri Clinkman, Tom Hardy, John Cope. Jack Helton. Third Row. Stephen Parker. Robert Johnson, Gene Evans. Larry Beeman. John Ferris. Richard Sproull, Richard Porter, Roger Rodden. Fourth Row: Michael Green, Terry Robinson. George Wells, Bud Braid, Rex Kreig. Steve Larson. Jeff Vineyard. David Johnson. Fifth Row: John Vieira, Thomas Davis. Michael Mueller, Garrett Graham, John Coffey. Steve Lyons, Rick Morthland. Russ Edwards, Jim Cates. Sig Pigs Capture Homecoming Trophies Sigma Pi members had a success- ful day of Greek Games last Spring by placing first in the chariot race and bicycle race. Greek Sing was also won by the Sig Pi's. For the second consecutive year, the Sig Pi's won the outstanding award of the year at Homecoming. A first in house dec. float. and comedy float entitled the Sig Pi's to the overall trophy. Leadership on campus was dem- onstrated by several men of Sigma Pi. Mike Green, was Intra-Fraternity Council President and Terry Trapp served as president of the Student Activities Board. Bob Johnson was a Supreme Court Justice. Sigma Pi stood with 100 actives making them the largest fraternity oncampus. Besides the usual Keggers, beer breakfasts, and skating parties, the Sig Pi's sponsored several theme parties. and sponsored a Children's party at Christmas. S f If ,Af N l""" .-...K b, 4.1 4. .gigs- N ,- f ' 110' T' . N 1 'W , l PLEDGES, Front Row: Cletus Natson, Bob Buha, John Hays. Bob Littlehale, Mike Cornwell. Sec- ond Row: John Lindsay, Bob Ramsey, Bill Rapp, Dan Green, Mike Hart, Tom Smith, Gregg Taylor, Cary Chapman, Rich Purdue. 4g L A Q , l Front Row: Brad Berger-rush chairman. Dean Clausen, Denny Hinton. Joe Chmeleck, Dave Corey. Second Row: Bill Hearn, Gary Young. Steve Allen, Randy White, Steve Brand. John Walden. Dennis Kurasick. Dave Lareau, Steve Barbee. Third Row: Bill Leonard. Robt Holthusen, Terry Trapp. James Bandy. Ted Odom. Dale Maxedoon. Roger Phillips. Don Buchanan. Bill Strung, Fourth Row: Keith Clark. David Parkinson. Ken Grosen, Ken Templin, Dan Royse. Jim Zienkisky, Duaine Short, Dave Herzog, Tim Pearson. Fifth Row: Joe Brocksmith, Mike Rusk, George Whitlatch. Jim Carter. James Vance, Bill Kratochvil, Phil Benton, Don Bruns. Richard Graves, . 1 . if t ,ZZ live- aw W 5 .tt ,. . ,If .47 Terry Trapp and Bob Buha stand in front of a filled trophy case at the house. Active Sig Pi Phil Powers catches up on the latest news. 269 270 - I 1 i v . . Y Q ,, xl it l ----,.. IQ, CZ? -4 I I Sig Tau's Larry Johnkon und Rick Ends eye Tom Brooks. Marc Muehleip. and Tom King relax on a couch in the house living room. a recently won tug-ollvwar game trophy. L E 1 YM I? PLEDGES, First Row: Jack Freimuth. David Roberts. Rick Eadn, Steve Cote. Second Row: Mark Stoner, Steve Millage, Tom Tuttle. Sig Tau's Regain Tug-of- ar Title A 4 - First Row: .lohn Schwartz-Vice-President, Bill Husek-House Manager. Sam Steinman-Treasurer, Greg Meek-President, Andy Andrick-Secretary, Tom Bcickensderler-Chapter Advisor, Dave Pike-Sentinel. Second Row: Steve Conlois. Tom King, Allen Pister, Brad Mitchell, Wayne Klusmeier, Terry Samonds, Alan Story, Dan Arener. Paul Kluzek. Dave Brown. Bill Bryson. Kent Fiene, Third Row: Marc Muehlelp, Rick Hartrich, Gary Hale. Joe Robinson. Dave Saltich, Jim O'Bryan, Charlie Schmidt, lra Barrett, Randy Feller, Richard Byrd, Don Stampini. Craig Bontjes. Fourth Row: Mike Coward. Steve Bond, Bob Sgarlata. Mike Dmytryk, Al Connon, Bob Kincade. John Junkins, Larry Cox. Ron Hickcnbottom, Dennis Gatchel, Joe Babchak. Otis Baletnikov. Sig Tau Sam Steinman looks over fraternity intramural ratings posted on the bulletin board. Sigma Tau Gamma men regained the tug-of-war championship in last Spring's Greek Games making it the eleventh out of thirteen times they have held the championship. "Think Sig Tauae-Think Brother- hood" was the main motto used this year by the some 40 actives of Sigma Tau Gamma. In sports, Sig Tau Tom Blickens- derfer was awarded the intramural "Athlete of the Year" title. In addi- tion to this. active Paul Fjell signed a pro-football contract with the To- ronto Argonauts. Among their activities for the year, the Sig Tau's held a Turkey Roast in the Fall, a Winter and Spring formal. a raffle dance, remodeled their house, and collected money for the March of Dimes. The men of Sigma Tau Gamma took pride in the fact that they "pulled out" of last place in the fraternity academic standings. 271 272 I-X ,' Front Row Jim Cheney- Pledge Trainer. Mac Beavers-Secretary. Tom Switzer-Historian. Darryl Lundholm-Vice-President. Pat Cassady-Presi- dent. David Smith-Social Chairman. Dan Heffernan-Treasurer. Second Row: .loc Ciaccio. Mark Christensen. Nick Ciaccio, Rusty Stephens, Steve Curl. Don Byran. AI Spiegel. Denny' Hovde. Phillip Avalos. Marty Lovse. Victor DeGuilio. Sky Sprowles. Michael Moon. Douglas Satphen. Jim Royer. Third Row: Chuck Schiller. Phil Bracken, Mark Longhelt. Phil Matarelli. Gerald Stewart. J. Zaremba, Lonnie Swinlord. Jack Moffett. Robert Pien- kowski. Tom Linkus. Philip Bertoni. Richard Ammann. Fourth Row: Mark Rudolph. Louis Shwedas. Mike Covalt. Pat Prendergast. Greg Smith. Jim Nlussatto. Ed Williams. Steve Corbitt, Louie Aualos. Rocky Martino. Gordan Stellins. Michael Cotsones. Filth Row: Gary Wilson, Richard Fetterman, Dennis Michels. Robert Rice. Paul Snyder. Skater Vlasek. Doug Aschermann. Rich Vana. Jim Drengwitz. Al Kaser. Dennis Bassett. Fatima Douglas, Tim Gernon Tau appa Epsilon Takes Greek Games In last Spring's Greek Week. the fi if ll' men of Tau Kappa Epsilon won the 2' MJ' f ,ij ,. over-all trophy through their com- bined ability' and cooperation. In ad- g dition to this. the Teke's placed third X. A --...s in float competition. z During the year. Tau Kappa Ep- silon participated in many activities. A car raffle was sponsored in the Fall. Winter quarter the third annual snowbowl was held. along with a party for the mentally retarded children co-sponsored by the women of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Along with the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority' the Teke's organized an Easter egg hunt. From the 94 members. came several campus leaders. Mike Lewis. co-captain of the varsity football I ll I I 1 P!! -hy K Q team. and Marty Lovse, co-captain fx vi" ol the wrestling team. were both ,A f. ,X Teke's. There were I2 varsity letter- ,I . 1 ' .- K '.' 'f men in total from Tau Kappa Epsilon. i. V I Adding honor to the Teke's name. V Roy Salveo received the highest grade 'K .H . 1' in a pre-law test and plans to attend if F' V Yale. , ' x Teke's get ready to start their snowbowl. R u Active Dave Lukachik discusses Teke events and activities with Warbler editor Diana Hall. ,. TJ 1, V A. '- M r S ,fi rg ,A-Q,-Al' 'f , s,"f"fg?'f,,' Q --', 'M H , n X ' f at 1 t if-' ,zf I -1.1" S if T , 76 1 ' S ,,,, , R ,fl lcd' ' . . , it-'7' 4 sw , 9:5 While at the house, Dave Smith and Dave O'Hara read the latest edition of The Teke, ww ww 'imma Mfiwess., ,,',t - . will awww, i,,i ,E t,.WMerr, mm mmm gf, t, if as in ami me imma PLEDGES, Front Row: Phil Bracken-Pledgemaster, John Beurskens, Bob McLellan, Bob Plessner, Jim Andres. Dave Smith-Pledgemaster. Second Row: Dave O'Hara, Thom Sawyer, Steve Elmore, Richard Harrer. Third Row: Roger Einbeckur, Steve Farrell. Randy Pollen. Paul Fowns. Larry Wilson. .haf 273 im" s. ' 'Tris A ,-vii 'W L xv J g:"N!f-r 9 wi' is Y I in-5. ,-.A r ,.1 .M v "' Y I-A ' w- r'l A 1 U-QI :QF H Ma . vw ww, M, s f ' ' " vc R 5, bg: Y v ' W",--vnu 'X 1. 1 f ' 's5, 5 1 h Q In '. of' ' 1 , ' 1 -1,'. 1 P7-1 HF' ff 12' -' x N31--5:1-,V Sf--if Eff' - I L W fx I 4 'R I .,M.,- A , , . as 5 Nm . , av- wig-N.N: .Me-K.: X X 5 5 -V ,,,.. , I yxggnsf 1 H vi Organization 275 276 Kevin Shea-Columnist Steve Fox-Columnist 1' Eastern News During this past year. the Easl- ern News switched from letterpress to offset printing. Prather the Print- er of Charleston had printed the News since l9l5. when it was founded. Mr. Prather had printed the Easlern News continuously except for two years during World War II. Presently the Effingham Daily News is the new printer. Under Jeff Nelson, the editor, Eastern News expanded to two 12- page issues distributed semiweekly. Eastern News received a first class Q, I . . rating from the American Collegiate Press. For the switch from letter- press to offset printing, new equip- ment was purchased and an IBM type 1 compositor was leased. All work is done on campus except for printing. Jeff Nelson-Editor-in4Chief. 1 Af' l..g-' Q rf' Staff: Jeff Nelson, Leslie Englehart, Gail Gleichman, Carol Krek, Mary Painter, Diane Ross, Pat Castles, Rodney Greene, Rodger Diggle. 'Q 2 V -2' ' Writers-Larry Rodgers, Paul Schobernd, Debbie Lynch. Hawkins, Jay Coleman. Paula Faulkner, Becky Mclntosh. Debbie Green, Stanlee Caldwell, Tom ...-,- Nr' 'Q A,,,... "1 Advertising Staff-Mike Lacy, Judy Gerdawsky, Sylvia Igo. N ,QWWM "Q, E, Scott Sickel-Photographer. 60917 . Mary Winegarner-Advertising Manager. Carol Krek-Greek Editor. 277 278 L. Sully Grubb: - Layout editor. Julie Weiler - Copy editor. if'-li. x.,, f ' 154.1 MWZL, , Diana Hull - Editor-in-Chief. Dun Thornburgh - Advisor. Suzy Hawkins - Business Manager. . 5 B ur nftlfl, I ngql' fi nlinv. W cg! I1 4 N ' i S. Q1 s A , K' X1 iw 5 V - . Y' ,yy 2 ' M- ? ' tx 'fe . . --15,1 -'Li Rim It Junel Andrew.. Ann Leonus. Put Vurel. Murilyn Ahring. Debbie Mullen. Peggy Harmon, Becky Builta. Joan Juglu. Row 2: Sully Grubbe Diunu Hull. Mike Sluder. Ron lshel. Putty Norman. Kulhy Tieman, Becky McCollum. Kuren Odom. Ellen Smalluk. Sandy Nugrodski. Carol Tomlin ,loyee Novolny. Kulhy Rendlu. Nlurgie Jackson. Julie Weller. arbler The Warbler gained 20 addition- al pages this year and 43 of the total 408 pages were in color. Two new sections were added to the book this year also, the personalities section and the introduction to Eastern Illi- nois University section. Due to an eager editor and staff the deadlines were met and were usu- ally ahead of schedule. A letter of appraisal from the printing company renewed the staff's morale and the last deadline was finally met. President of Eastern Illinois Uni- versity, Quincy Doudna. and his wife honored the Warbler staff at a des- sert in their home on February 25. The number of members on the staff was increased over prior years. This year the staff had 40 members. New photographers were recruited to lighten the load, and most of the sec- tion editors had help from their en- larged individual staffs. Layout editor Sally Grabbe and copy editor Julie Weiler checked all work that was Completed before it was sent to the printer. Editor Diana Hall claimed responsibility for the suc- cess ofthe l969Al970 Warbler. Julie Weiler-Student Life editor, Kathy Tieman, Ellen Smatlak. L, iitp lx 1 nf, 'l llifx fx -f,, ,f"' U-if gl aiilifaa . Sally Grabbe - Personalities editor, Joyce Novotny. Kathy Rendla. xcii-if' ' ' Mike Sluder concentrates as he types copy. 279 280 - Q, ' arbler Staff ,Qty fs , y l ' W Row l: Sandy Nugrodski-Class Editor, Karen Odom, Patty Norman. Row 2: Peggy Har- mon, Marilyn Ahring. Becky McCollum, Row l: Marge Jackson-Organization Editor, Pat Varel. Row 2: Joan Jagla, Carol Tomlin, Ann Leonas. Steve Williams-Photography Editor. t . .4 in Becky Builtu. Mike Sluder-Greek Editor, Debbie Mullen. Janet Andrews-Academics Editor, Ron Isbell-Sports Editor. 'N-f Row l: Dave Moreland-News Director. Michael L. Klipp-Program Director. Jan Magnuson, .ludy Dintelmann-Business Manager. Ron Stephenson-Sta- tion Manager, Mark Nelson-Sports Director. Row Z: Catherine Stula. Susan Lamb, Joanne Carlson. Linda Piehl. Laurie Paqiiette, Tana Klipp, Cheryl Keyser. Row 3: Brian Moore. Mark V. Ferreri. Medferd Owen. Robert Meltzer, Doug Macdonald, Bob Platt, Preston Carter. Charles Lewis Phil Poirier. Row 4: Robert L. Perry, Gary Herbst. Brad Shelton, E. C. Whitacre. John Havey, Gary Schiappacasse. Russ Rhodes. Dennis K. Smeltzer, ELH Radio station WELH, operating for the second year from its new stu- dios in Coleman Hall, noted several firsts during the past year. Under the direction of station manager Ron Stephenson, Eastern's Illinois Sports Network broadcasted all home and away football and basketball games for the first time. A second first was the bi-weekly talk shows aired on Sunday evenings during which the radio announcers in- terviewed various campus people in the news. Among those guests appearing on the programs were Union repre- sentatives, Eastern News columnists, candidates running in student elections, Homecoming court candidates. and football players. Highlighting WELH productions for the year was a complete montague Homecoming covering the parade. cor- - onation. game, pep sessions and other 3 events of the Homecoming week. With the doubling of listening cap- tff- A 1 abilities, WELH broadcasted at regu- Nw- I. Gary Herbst, announcer, knows that running the panel boards for WELH is essential for his show. lar hours seven days a week Looking into the future, WELH plans to extend its service to off campus students and residents of Charleston. x 2' V Dave Morland, WELH news director, takes a quick look into the studio prior to going on the air. 281 282 Vehicle editor Nick Dager spends much of his spare time meeting deadlines for the magazine. Democrats The College Democrats. formerly known as the Young Democrats. helped this year to be one of the most active years yet. ln the hope of reaching "New Horizons." interested mem- bers participated in and became co- founders of the College Democrats of lllinois. Under the supervision of the political science department. the group helped in sponsoring a mock primary election. During the real election in March. many co-operated in working on the Primary. The College Democrats also at- tended conventions held both at Rock- ford and the University of Illinois. Through the efforts of the members. the organization has become one of the most successful on campus. Vehicle The Vehicle, a student literary magazine publication. is designed to promote literary creativity among Eastern students. Students may sub- mit poetry. short stories. art. and photography throughout the year. According to Nick Dager, Vehicle editor, this year's three issues of the Vehicle took a "new shape in giving a genuine sample of what was being done in the field of literature on Eastern's campus." The Vehicle did not give out compensation for materials printed but occasionally there were awards and contests sponsored by the English department and co-sponsored by the Vehicle to reward talented authors. Dager commented that there were basically two criticisms concerning the Vehicle. First. the quality of the material was not as good as it could be. Secondly. that students who sub- mitted held grudges if their articles were not published. Throughout the year the Vehicle tried to create more of a balance be- tween art and photography than what it has been in the past. With the help of Mike Dorsey. co-editor. cartoons were featured in the issues. Row l: Barb Fehrenbacher-Vice President. Vicki Taylor-President. Sue Roberls-Treas- urer. Row Z: Betty Brummal. Nancy Watson. Kathy Runyon. Lee Kulik. Row 3: Mark Joy. Q Thomas Ristow. Jim rams, iviiite Lacy. 1 shi V l Elf. ,.,.. Circle K nternational The Circle K International Or- ganization is affiliated with Kiwanis. The purpose of the club is to serve the Charleston community as well as Eastern's campus. This goal is ac- complished through leadership and responsibility contributions. The Circle K instigated a variety of service activities throughout the academic year. They sponsored the Spring and Fall blood drives on cam- pus in coordination with the Red Cross. At this time members of the community as well as Eastern's student body and faculty were able to donate blood. Again this year the members of the Circle K participated in "Opera- tion Christmas Card". This project was responsible for sending cards to servicemen overseas. Allen Gerhold-President, Gary Brush, Vaughn Mikeworth-Vice President. . , I ,nil or Donor Tom Delco seems quite relaxed' stretched out on a bloodmobile table in the middle of the Union Ballroom. A skilled nurse injects a needle into a donor's arm in preparation for a blood extraction during one of Circle K's blood drives. 283 84 Student Senate Student body President Ken Mil- ler resigned early in the year. leaving the Senate with Greeson. White. and Wetzler as the executive officers. Ken Midkifl held the position of Speaker of the Senate. The Senate gained power by a direct voice to the Board of Directors through the ad hoc student commit- tees. Also gained was a two dollar fee increase to provide scholarships for minority groups. even though it failed to pass a student referendum. The teacher evaluation project was revised to make it of more value to teachers and students. Eastern Illinois University's Stu- dent Senate continued to light the ad- ministrations proposals of such things as a Carillon bell tower and turning the Practical Arts Building around. The Senate also attacked the administrations policy of dismissing teachers and refusing to give the reason lor dismissal, In an outstanding voter turnout Larry Stuffle, .lack Terndrup, and Dan Walton won out in a hotly- contested election. ln last spring's student senate elections. many students 0 ' 1 ' y, ' , - group together t give support to their candidates. g X Y W xc Nh . ...,, Q 5 1 it sy, f -1 ' 123 5 515 . gif. F 0 R Pl2lZSSllJENTi:i 9 if wa . -X - t -33 U q A . FR L Row l: Nancy Cummins. Carl Greeson, Ken Midkilf, Jeannie l.eller. Row 2: Alan Swim, David Gobble, Katie Roane, Pennie Gebhart, Ellen Schanzle, Becky Redenbo. Jack Shook. Row 3: Bob Sampson, Bill Maier, Jack Heller, Steve Anderson, Larry Stulfle, Bill Warmoth, David Collins. ti tor perform at the annual elections rally. Present Student Body President Larry Stuffle explains his views on issues at the spring debates which are held during the week before the elections. Throughout the year relevant issues of controversy often drew out interested students to the weekly senate meetings which were held in the Booth Library lecture room. Two Jack Shook supporters for student sena- 285 286 pci? Row lr Fred Burgett-Freshman Orientation. Judi Edwards-Co-chairman Publicity. Pam Good-Special Events. Terry Trapp-President, Jeanne Rice-Nice President. Warren Wilhelm-Faculty Advisor. Row 2: Marsha Ludlam. Judith J. Miller. Becky' Smittkamp. Brenda Foy. Vicki Clinger. Marilyn Nlusgroie. Becky Builta. Carol Yogelsang. kathy Schuhr. Row 3: Janet Teycek. Bernadette Gleespen, Kathy Musgrove, Cheri Thomas. Nlarsha Roberts. Sandy Strzifar, Corinne Kirsch. Pill Schuette. Lynn Tropper. Linda Ackerman. Row -lt Nancy Huls. Kathy Phillips. Sue Weger. Cindy Parry. Kathy Ponikvar. Kathy Blair. Yick1Ogden, Valerie Braid. ctivities Board The Student Activities Board. a branch of Student Senate. was formed to dissolve the problem of apathy at Eastern. ln order to achieve this goal they sponsored events such as registra- tion dances. smorgasbords. coffee hours. ice cream socials and con- certs. Student Activities Board also organized Freshman Orientation and Parent's Weekend and sponsored the cheerleaders and Pink Panthers. Supreme Court The Supreme Court of Eastern Illinois University was organized in the Spring of l969. It has the final interpretive power of the Student Senate Constitution and the Student Bill of Rights. ll the judicial bylaws pass. the Supreme Court will handle discipline cases. 6 'I - f,:- cp -. by gf ts. dl Row I: Jerry Reichenbacher, Richard R. Wehrheim-Chief Justice. Mike Watts. Row 2: Robert R Johnson, R. Jett Anderson, John V. Freeman. ff? E ' l 5 TK Row l: Steve Seteney, Linda King, Kitty Forbes, Earl M. White. Row 2: Sue Hausman. Beth Adams, Linda M. Williams, Rhonda Trees. Row 3: Joel Rus, John Phelps. Eastern olunteer Projects New to the University this year ects. The organization stated its pur- It received approval and the sup- was a small group of eight students pose as being to create a link between port of city officials, local residents who made up Eastern Volunteer Proj- the University and the community. and Charleston school officials. Pre-Med Association The purpose of the Pre-Med As- sociation is to foster a unity among students at Eastern who are inter- ested in one of the health professions. Physicians from the field of gen eral practice, dentists, medical tech nologists and pharmacists spoke to the members of the Pre-Med Association. ffl If Row l: Roger Yates-Vice President, Becky Gilpin-Secretary, Stephen Eytalis-President. Row 2: Steven Macke, Linda Buss, Laurie Toth, Jane Siljestrom, Nancy Harroun, Ron Goeckner. Row 3: Robert J. Smith, Charles Maris, Richard Zimmerman, Paul Rauwolf, William Hoffman, William Flick, Herman Lyle. l il 288 Q.. Row l: John Roberts. Preston Carter. Jim Dedman. Don Shepard-President. Beth Einsele. Allan Ackerman. William Warmoth. Row 2: Barbara Fred- erick. Patricia McNary. Barb Richard. Arlone Albert. Carol James, Sue Allen. Karen Krueger, Carol Buck, Elaine Bohlen. Row 3: Alan Swim. Dan Tolliver. Ren Cano, Deanni Aceto. Joan Woodlall. Sharon Harding. Amy Dedman. John Markus. Cloyd Hastings, Ken Duetsch. Row 4: Richard Brown. Kevin Green, John Hawkins. Steve Anderson. Marc Muehleip. Afizullah Shareef. Jim Swanson. John Grezechowiak, Earl Ritchie. Row 5: Jim Evans. Steve Ferguson. Jeff Haugh. J. L. Sivill, David Roberts. Dan Smith, Ken Earnst, John Poston, Gary Johnson, Patrick Allen. Young Republicans The Young Republicans. along with the College Democrats. jointly sponsored a mock primary election on Lincoln's birthday. Their purpose was to show Eastern students the "why" and "how" of our primary. The group formed a "Tell it to Han- oi" Committee for an anti-war moratorium. At the November Young Republican Convention in Elgin. EIU's Beth Ein- sele was elected the Central Area Di- rector for College Republicans by the State Central Committee of Illinois, As the Winter approached the Young Republicans found themselves even busier. Under the leadership of their new president. Susan Allen. they hosted the candidate lor the Senate. Ralph Smith. Some ambitious members appeared on the College Bowl in March. helping the year reach to "New Horizons" as it never had before. They were also fortunate in having many guest speakers. Young Republican Steve Anderson stands beside the cIub's elephant located in the lobby of the University Union where they sat up tables in order to recruit new members for the year. Eastern Veterans Association Aki: 1 .,, .A S? y .f i K , t Q .. '..- 'ii 9-,e 'Q . ,wt 5. 1 3-.1 -2 is " V ' I .,.,. .ww -5 --' F Q4 f ' w 'L f, , 2, 1'5vw,Q. As -xr t i 'la . ,sv 'J .M f 53 -l x . 35 The Eastern Veterans Associ- ation joined together once again to welcome new veterans back to college and to offer them moral support. Meetings were held each week. On November ll, the Eastern Illinois University Veterans Asso- ciation conducted an honorary cere- mony in memory of all veterans who had served in our American forces. This memorial ceremony was the first to be held on Eastern Illinois University's campus in the past twelve years. One very worthy project of the Steve Seteny and Dan Walton carry memorial wreath of flowers to place by the flag pole. Veterans Association was the support they gave to the local handicap boy scout troop in Charleston. One mem- ber served as the scout troop leader. March 15, was the date of the annual dance at which the Best Danc- ers on Eastern's campus were cho- sen. The winning couples received trophies and record albums. The Eastern Veterans Associ- ation was also represented in the Homecoming parade by the car they sponsored. Many plans were made for ac- tivities and functions that will take place in the 1970-l97l academic year. Election of officers were held in April to retire the seniors. '-ww-.q..,,, M fwfr! ,B C si ' Q. X. Q get K " 1154... ' it ci .9 Q X .- 45 !t ,i r"' Members of the Eastern Veterans Association stand with hands over their hearts as they lead onlookers in the pledge of allegiance. Row l: Charles West-Treasurer, Arnie Aeschleman-Vice-President, Glenn Miner-President, John Beeson-Master of Arms, Mark Jefferson-Con responding Secretary. Row 2: Dan Walton, Michael Voyles, Michael Taylor, William Baker, Steve Senteney, Charles Nehrt, Roger Busby, Jeff Craig. Row 3: G. L. McKee, Pete Serve, Jeff Nelson, Phil Toops, Herb Hickey, Raymond Pranske, Robert Franken, Gerry Boe, .lohn Fisher. Row 4: .loe Millsup, Vic Reiling, Ron Kile, John Gharst, Chip McClure, Ron Krukewitt, Bob Cerven, Keith White. Row 5: Steve Millsap, Paul Pinther, Rick Sheldon, James Morecraft, Fred Christner, Tom Clary, Jerry Winiecki, Fritz Miericke, C. J. Koehler. 289 290 Al ha Phi l p l. . is il - .. ,-.ik SS. 3 I ' g Little Sisters Organized for the second year. the Alpha Phi Alpha Little Sisters promoted Alpha Phi Alpha in serving as hostesses at social functions and rush parties. During this year's statewide Alpha Phi Alpha convention. the girls worked in registering the guests and supervising activity hours. Besides this. the Little Sisters spent several evenings during the Fall and Winter making presents for the Alpha Phi Alpha and Omega Psi Phi neophytes. ln the future the girls plan to higher the requirements of joining the Little Sisters. and to travel. Beta The Eastern Illinois University chapter of the Beta Sigma Psi fra- ternity was the second of the national chapters to initiate a little sister program. The little sister program was structured after the Greek sys- tem of initiation and pledgeship. The main objective of the organ- ization was rushing perspective mem- Row l: Delores Blackmon, Carol Davis. Deborah Dillon, Linda Miller. Doris Coleman. Sigma Psi Little Sisters bers into the fraternity. Secondary objectives of the Beta Sigma Psi Little Sister Organization were to spread the name and good will of Beta Sigma Psi, and to develop and maintain scholastic achievements. The little sisters aided at formal smokers, supported the fraternity sports teams, and aided in Greek Week activities. They also earned money for the fraternity in time of financial crisis. In return the fra- ternity did much for the girls. They taught the girls to become well- rounded college Coeds by offering constructive advice and criticism. Only freshmen girls were eligible tojoin. Row l: Joyce Lew-andowski, Carol Bolin, Sue Demkovich Faye Blair, Judy Wezenski Ellen Mclean Row 2' L nne Hen ' Rita Schroeder, Carol Lichter, Carol Loy, Pam Horn,i.Iean Klimehammer. BeckyiPeterson, Debi Schmidt,yJane Elnqiggi 'X-'L"..A7" VV X f ' - x Row l: Barb Bangert, Peggy Eder, Valerie Braid, Linda Piehl, Wendy Decatur. Delta Chi Little Sisters Chi Delphia's purpose was to pro- vide a feminine touch to the Delta Chi fraternity. This year was the first in which a formal rush and pledge sys- tem was put into effect. Each girl had a big brother from the fraternity to whom she went with any problems she had. The girls were invited to all of the fraternity functions through- out the year. A skit was presented and a break- fast was served as special activities for the Delta Chi fraternity. '7 Row l: Sue May-Vice-President, yickie Krupp, Cathy Lynn Jackson, Sharon Harding. Marge Jackson-Secretary and Treas- urer. Row 2: Marsha Ludlam, Missy Steelman, Paula Faulkner, Paggy Brakenhaff, Beth Zubinski, Cindy Thatcher, Marilyn Frey. Row 3: Gloria Small, Stephanie Simms-President, Sondy Leonard, Holly Root, Kris Volkema. Row 4: Darla Walton, JoAnne Serdar, Colleen Beck, Lois Edmiston, Audrey Huffman. Linda Johnson. Cindy Rumpel. 291 292 Jr.-President. Angela Niu-Treasurer, Carl A. Filskow-Advisor, Row I' Stanley G. Tylman-Advisor. Ursula White-Secretary. Alfredo Velasro. John R. Faust-Co-Sponsor. Row Ii Catherine Stula-Constance Trakas. An-ning Niu. Susan May. Vilaivan Vitayavirdj, Farimah Dehghan, Ginny Vargo. Pinkey Shah. Ron 3: Samuel R. Marciano. Chokdee Injun. S. Ancesur Rahman. Lateef M. Khan. Hassan A. Bauaz. Azizullah Shareef, Mohamad Taxasolikhah, Dae-Sung Moon. Row 4: Gorelhan Isanji Dangaria. M. A. Mujahid. Gabriel Owusu-Yamoah, M. A. Saleem, Rashid Bhatti-cultural coordinator. Cobbina Kessie. Mohammed Ehsanullah, Lay Tjin-Siong, Wolfgang Gerlach, Khian-Kide Liem. Association of nternational Students The purpose of the Association of the International Students was to en- rich the horizons ol' friendship and knowledge through the university. In- cluded in the organization on East- ern's campus were members from thirty-four countries ol the free world. On September 20. l969, a social hour was held to welcome back old international students as well as pro- viding a first welcome to those in- ternational students who were new at Eastern Illinois University. International Week was held Spring quarter. At this time debates and the International Fair gave East- ern students a greater insight to the various cultures ol countries around theworld. During International Week one member participates by performing a dance in original costume. Council for United Nations The University Council for the United Nations has completed plans to serve as host to a Model United Nations Assembly on the Eastern Illinois University campus during the Spring quarter with the intention of encouraging all of the Eastern Illi- nois University students to actively participate. By sponsoring an activity such as this one the University Coun- cil for the United Nations would be able to acquaint a large number of The Eastern Illinois University stu- dents with the ideas, ideals. hopes and mechanics of the United Nations. The University Council for the United Nations sponsored a delegation to the Midwest United Nations Conference which was held in St. Louis. Missouri. x 91? 'ka 3-N-J Row l: Carol Del Gatto. Kathleen Keest-President. Diana Nichols-Secretary and Treasurer. Row 2: Thomas Rynkievicz. James Grant. Richard Raymond. Mohammed Ehsanullah-Vice President. John in February. FLlLlSl.'CO'.AdVlSOI'. 1 Y fig' . N' .1 - .M uk: QQ, wx Q f . -5 1 ' , 7-we i M H :hp A-,E y . Q- W . ,- 'gd A ,, ' 5 , "g " 4 'J A "rf L . ' .2 f-1 firrs t Row I: Ron Jackson-Treasurer. Henry Brown-Civic Chairman, Leroy Isbell. Gerald Bennett-President. Perry Hill-Secretary, Tony White. Row 2: McKinley Davis, Michael Avstin, Joe Coleman, Curtis Maddin, Cyprus Hughes, Reginald Ward, Russell Jackson, Bobby Fultz. Omega Psi Phi is a relatively new organization on Eastern's cam- pus. The first six pledges went ac- tive at the end of the Spring quarter in 1969. The organization actually became functional in the Fall quarter of 1969. They now have regular weekly meetings every Tuesday night. Omega Psi Phi hosted many dances and its members were very Omega Psi Phi proud of the march routines which they performed that highlight their dances. One special dance they had is called the neophite dance. It is held especially for those who have just recently gone active. Many students from other schools participate in it. The mardigras dance featured a con- test for the chapter with the best march routine. Prizes were then awarded for the best march routines. At Christmas Omega Psi Phi gathered food and gave it to a needy family. In the Fall they enjoyed a picnic at Fox Ridge State Park. A roller skating party was held in January by members of the Omega Psi Phi. 293 . vn- 'T .3 X v Row l: Jane Workman-Vice President. Karen Hambleton-President. Becky Farthing-Secretary and Treasurer. Roxy 21 Pat Thornton. .lane Ridgley. Leal Calanca. Sue Allen. Row 3: Connie Eldridge. Donna Tammen. Paula Pl'ICC.PLilKl'Ul11slClK. Student Wives The Student Wives held an in- formal tea at the University Union during Fall quarter in order to get their membership drive off to a fast start. Among their money making projects were included a bake sale and rummage sale. The whole family was invited to the Christmas party and banquet held annually by the Student Wives. They sent Christmas gifts to U.S. soldiers. Newman Communit Newman Community members. composed of both Roman Catholic and other interested University students, sponsored popular guitar masses and Sunday evening meals, Several times throughout the year they took trips to Teutopolis and had a community gathering called "T-Town Weekend". They held many picnics at Fox Ridge and had final exam parties at the end of each quarter. 294 Row l: Harry lfehrenhacher-Chairman. Paula Sienben-Secretary, Gerald Klein-Treasurer. Ernesto Arroba-Vice Chairman. Row 2: Pamela Drake. Catherine Stula. Marsh Lea Dorsey. Pat Varel. Betty Yates. Julie Wciler. Ginny Weber, Carol Del Gatto. Mary Ann Albright. Ellen Kerber, Cathy Provinzgno. Linda Muccianti. Rovt 3: Constance Trakas. Christine Joshu. Jani Biara, Mary Ann Renterow, Mickki Pappas. Cathy Skridulis. Barbara Boon. Kay Schnizlein. Linda Meisner. Virginia Drozd. Sue Tucker. Jill lngle, Marcia Holthaus. Kathleen Sieben. Row 4: Dan Franklin. Rich Brucker, father John Franklin. Steve Corhiu. Lloyd Zuber. Mohammed Ehsanullah. Richard Raymond. Dan Smith. James Grant. Ron Goeckner. Kenneth fioeckner. Phil Poirier. Row l: Marcia Mitchell-Intervarsity. Mickki Pappas-Newman. Cheryl Keyser-Student Union. Judy Schmid-Christian Science. Row 2: Richard Raymond-United Campus Ministry. Marge jackson- Deseret, Martha McIntyre-Lutheran Student Movement, Paul Juriga-Roger Williams Fellowship. -. , .X-. 'gf' L.. . v -06 Q Q 5 1 ,yt x 2 - Student Religious Council The main purpose of the Student Religious Council was to coordinate all of the religious organizations on campus to work together towards a common goal and unity. The Council was made up of members from the various religious organizations on campus. Projects organized and sponsored by the Council were for humanitarian reasons and to benefit the campus community as they reached out to the world. Meetings were held once a month in the University Union and were open to everyone. Christian Fellowship The Eastern Illinois University chapter of the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship an interdenominational or- ganization of students. The weekly Thursday night meetings covered a wide range of topics and activities. The members concentrated on Bible study, which included reading and in- terpretation of various scriptures in both the old and new testaments. Cer- tain Biblical themes provide useful material for practical application to present day-to-day situations. The purpose of the organization was to Throughout the past year, the Religious Council was virtually inac- tive on the campus. This was due mainly because of the growing of the United Campus Ministry which covered the same purposes. offer to the college student an in- sight to the principles of Christian living. Twice yearly the IVCF met with state chapters from Western. Southern, University of Illinois. Illi- nois State, Bradley. and Millikin. is i3 Row l: James Hayes-Treasurer, Judy Saums-Secretary. Row 2: Martha Jane Buchanan, Patty Heath, Donna Porter, Diane Ross. Marcia Mitchell, Joyce Dillman. Row 3: Allyn Montgomery, Randy Welch, Duane Krueger, Boyce Dillman. Larry Coutant. Mike Kelsey. 295 296 Row li Mary Sue Clark-Missions Chairman. Susan Bean-Social Chairman. Cheryl Keyser-President. Jane McClelland-Secretary and Treasurer, Carole Westcott-Public Relations. Elizabeth Compton-Publicity. Row 2: Cherylann Gilley. Lorraine Martin. Connie Jones. Joyee Revis. Carol Dawdy. Marilyn Johnson. Sharon Matthews-Program Chairman. Mareia Hardway. Carolyn Sue Luttrell. Row 3: Karen Welch. Cheryl Matthews. Sharon Neisen. Ginger Johnston, Vera Weaver. Martha Trout. Carol Thoman-Music Chairman. Alta Bartram. Jayne Stewart. Gale Neel, Row -li Mike Keppler, Wes Marshall. lsenneth Clark. Ronald Garner-linlistment Chairman. David N, Gilley. Sterling Bundy'-Devotional. Gary' Johnston. Early in the year the Baptist Student L7nion sponsored various ae- tivities to promote interest among students on campus such as speakers. movies. soeials. group discussions. and talent programs. Throughout the year it also held eolleehouse and utheran Student ovement The Lutheran Student Movement. lormerly known as Gamma Delta. reached to "New Horizons" this year as it partieipated in the Coles County reereation program lor the mentally-handieapped children in the Charleston area. The group also sponsored vari- ous speakers and held an annual re- treat during Winter quarter which proved to be "enlightening and enjoyable." The Lutheran Student Movement is espeeially designed to be an inter- national assoeiation lor kastern Lutheran Students to promote Chris- tian Fellowship. aptist Student Union holiday' parties. The Baptist Student Union is al'- liliated with the Baptist Church and throughout the year they' are involved in some aspeet of missionary' work. The Baptist Student Union en- ables students to get together and en- joy Baptist fellowship. This is brought about by' chureh meetings and other activities. Cheryl Keyser, the eampus presi- dent, was also the Illinois State Bap- tist Student Union treasurer. vw L qfy t g 5 it I 5 , tt ,- 'ss .E ff.: ' 1 Luiz. ii Row I: Martha Melntyre. Gloria Warrington, Cathy Woodman-Secretary and Treasurer. Row 2: Pam Ragan, Anita Sehluler. Gail Behrens, Ella Marie Washburn. Becky Smith. I Row l: Stanley Linder, Kay Arthur-chairman, Robert Thompson, Jim Miller. Row 2: Carol Woolcott, Myra Hyneman, Anne Knapp, Peggy Binder, Sue Miller, Evelyn Stokes, Sherri Morgan, Nancy Leech, Ruth Ann Iftner. Row 3: Ann Graff, Beverly Young, Gary Johnson, Robert Anderson, Richard Raymond, Scott Buck, Ken Earnest, .loy Watts. United Campus Ministr The United Campus Ministry centered their projects in order to get Eastern Students involved with religious activities. A program was given explaining opportunities offered by the local churches. A celebration marked the tenth anniversary of the Wesley Founda- tion and their new building. The United Campus Ministry or- ganized task groups to work on a two- way communication between the churches and the university. Roger Williams Fellowship The Roger Williams Fellowship at Eastern Illinois University is as- sociated with the First Baptist Church o'f Charleston. The organization pro- vided the opportunity for the Baptist students on campus to congregate and to enjoy fellowship together. During such informal gatherings held every Wednesday evening at the par- sonage, interested members dis- cussed a wide range of relevant topics. One particular point of in- terest included a debate concerning the various religions of America. The beliefs of the Protestant, Catho- lic, and Jewish denominations were analyzed in full. Row l: Reverend Dean Dolash-Sponsor, Mrs. Dean Dolash-Sponsor, Colleen Brown-Vice President, Sue Gustafson-President, Beth Bossert- Secretary. Row 2: Paul Juriga, Debbie Atteberry, Teresa Czajkowski, Marilyn Jones, Marilyn Wuersch, Patti Waltrip, Ben Wuersch, 297 298 4: I-- .f' Row li Penny Dycus-Vice President. Ken Wyler-President. Diana Hall-Secretary. Row 2: Donna Rae Mink. Marge Jackson. .ludy Lee Schmid. Pat Northcutt. Row 3: Robert E. Stevens. Gerald Baumann. Way ne Wy ler-Co-Advisor. H Christian Science Meeting every Thursday night at 7 p.m.. the Eastern Christian of Science students held a testimonial during which they mainly read scrip- tures which would have some bearing and relevance to themselves. Sponsored by Mrs. Nancy Kep- pler ol the Home Economics depart- ment. the Christian Science members tried very hard to help one another with their problems. to heal the cam- pus. and to reach out. During the year they held a special reception for preference stu- dents and members. One ol the board ol' lectures from the mother church also visited the group and delivered an address. Throughout the year. the mem- bers ol Christian Science used and were encouraged to use the lending library where they could get copies ol' scriptures and Mrs, Eddy's works. Mormon Deseret Club A large attendance and favorable comments at the open house held in the University Union in September brought promises for "New Hori- zons" for the Mormons on campus. The EIU Deseret Club was host to approximately two hundred other youths from central Illinois at the centennial Golden Green Ball in November. Other activities included swimming and skating parties. weiner roasts. several additional dances and other get-togethers. New this year as an advisor is "Ike" Ferguson. a health education instructor beginning his first year. The Deseret Club meant spirit- ual and mental inspiration combined with boundless merriment for the Mormons on Eastern's campus. J- T7 g-v Row I: Patty Davidson-Treasurer. Shirley Volentine-Reader. Row 2: Vickie Henry-President, Judy Lee Schmidrlleader. Virgie Henry. .ludy Dintelrnann Women's Residence Hall Association The Women's Residence Hall As- sociation has set as its goal toward "New Horizons" to promote under- standing and to unify the women's residence halls of Eastern Illinois University. Again this year they sponsored a Casino Party in January which in- cluded both games and dancing. Every quarter the W.R.H.A. donates a traveling scholastic trophy to the hall that has the highest overall grade average. A women's Residence Hall Hand- book was published in order to ac- quaint incoming freshmen girls with dormitory policies. Row I: Jayne Kellan-Secretary, Jenifer Stewardson-Treasurer. Mary Anne Nolan-Vice President. Donna Stanley-President. Row 2: Paula Sill. Ardith Pfeiffer, Carol Beck. Becky Guenther. Stephanie Cunningham, Pam Dickinson. Row 3: Laura Baranowski. Linda Pickett. Mary Sachtleben. Cathy Whitney. ...,s. 1 C? ry J Row l: Diane Bridges-Secretary, Cheryl Johnson-President, Judy Fearheiley-Treasurer. Row 2: Debbie Green, Donna Stanley, Becky Guenther, Sherry Drum, Connie Benge, Marshall. Peggy Arzt. Row 3: Lynn Tropper, Beth Butler, Rita Vaught, Debby Gruenewald, Karen Saxon. Carey Watts, Pat Ryan, Pam . emberton Hall Council Pemberton Hall took on an orien- tal theme to welcome their new resi- dents Fall quarter. "Confucious Say" was the popular greeting. Pemberton Hall's house dec took second place in the dorm competition at Homecoming. Individual corridors held door dec competition also to raise the spirit. The women of Pemberton enter- tained weekend guests during little sister weekend. And on Mothers' Day they honored their mothers. The seniors were guests of honor at the senior banquet. This event brought the year to a close. The big event of the year for Pemberton Hall occurred last Spring when it celebrated its 60th year of occupancy. With a dinner and re- ception, Pem Hall students honored old alumni of the dorm who had lived here in 1909. l9l0, and other earlier years. Another big event is the annual Spring formal held for all residents. it I -9 299 Row l: Jo Peyton. Susan Damato. Barb Becker. Ron 2: Stephanie Cunningham, Elizabeth Neff. Ella Marie Washburn, Gloria Warrington, Ann Goold. . N, TT' . 4- lu , 300 se, qi. iz .rv l ,A . , .. Weller Hall Council Weller Hall's big sisters wel- comed their little sisters to dorm life and Eastern early Fall quarter. Fall activities included teas. open houses. and stuffing parties for their house dec at Homecoming time. Coke hours and ice cream parties were held also. Weller joined McKinney and Ford in sponsoring Brenda Book, who was elected as Freshman Atten- dant for Homecoming. Winter quarter was highlighted by various activities which included a Christmas party. formal Christ- mas dance. annual card tournament and a college bowl. The year was rounded out during Spring quarter when weekends for mothers and little sisters were held. A banquet honoring seniors. especially those with high honors, was held dur- ing Spring quarter also. if li t 5 .t .fy 'l-I Row l: Lucy Kappler-President, Jan Armstrong-Treasurer, Norma Christensen-Secretary. Ellen King. Row 2: Pat McCord. Paula Sill, Nancy' Laurent. Mary Yates, Mary Anne Nolan, Sandy Biehler. Patty' Heath. Row 3: Linda Muccianti. Sarah Tinsman. Joan Wilson, Judy Hill-RA.. Chris Lange. Kandy Scudder. Sharon Dawkins-R,A.. Anne Nunn-R.A. McKinney Hall Council McKinney Hall welcomed about eighty-five new freshmen and trans- fer students to Eastern in Fall quarter. A Christmas dance was held in coordination with Ford Hall and Wel- ler Hall. This dance is held annually and a Chris-Miss is chosen. Miss Sue Bruns was the Chris-Miss for the year of I969. During the Fall quarter the women of McKinney Hall were hostess to a number of coke hours. One characteristic special to the women of McKinney Hall was their generous hospitality shown through- out the year. The house council, com- posed of seventeen members. and the dorm director invited various guests to dine with them at McKinney Hall. Mrs. Stoner, an advisor at Eastern. was a guest in January. At Christmas the dorm maids and house boy were special guests. During Spring quarter mothers and sisters were weekend guests. in--v , 5 Row Al: Linda Kendall-Secretary, Kathy Kimlel, Vice-President, Kathy Partridge-President, Linda Roese-Treasurer. Row 2: Linda Beck, Nellie Scherling, Cindy Little, Val Voris, Donna Cleveland, Jenifer Stewardson. Row 3: Judy Wilkens, Ardith Pfeiffer, Sharon Ryan, Donna Bedinger, Linda Tosch, Dana McCormick. Mary Ann Buchannan. Kathy Boos. Gregg Triad says, "When the bough breaks Western Leathernecks will fall and Eastern Panthers will win." Ford Hall Council Residents of Ford Hall had a very active year. Special Christ- mas activities included a shopping trip in Chicago. On December 6, the girls chartered a bus and headed for Chicago and a day filled with shopping. They also had a Christmas dance. February was the beginning of another busy month for the residents of Ford Hall. On Febru- ary 9, the residents had a special guest speaker, Dr. Wible from the English department, who spoke on his experiences on a Navajo res- ervation. Dr. Wible's speech was in connection with a special proj- ect undertaken by the girls of one floor of Ford Hall. As a special project, these girls adopted an Indian baby. Another project un- dertaken by the residents was to make Valentines for our boys in Viet Nam. 301 302 Thomas Hall Council The men of Thomas Hall reached "New Horizons" this fall. They placed both in house dec and float competition at Homecoming with a first for their house dec and a sec- ond place for their float. The men of Thomas welcomed their families on Parent's Day with a reception in the dorm. As Winter quarter commenced, underprivileged children enjoyed a Christmas party in December at the dorm. A "Big Brother" program was initiated with local Charleston boys which many of the residents partici- patedin. Thomas Hall also initiated a lecture series featuring such speakers as the campaigning student senators. To wind up the year, the men of Thomas held a Spring formal for the residents. Row I: Dan l.. Smith-Social Chairman. Sieve Stockdale-Treasurer, Richard Berry-President, Bob Havens-Vice President, William Flick-Secretary. Roxy 2: Charles Shryock. Benny Keag. Tom MacGiluray, Ed Block. Gregory Eaton, Chuck Maris. Row 3: Walter W. Grant, Gordon E. Hippner'G.A.. Cliff Erwin. James T. Gennity Jr., William Kennedy, Jim Evans, Rick Wyffels, Richard K. Dean. rd ls NBL- I-. . TJ ' .ll kiffv 3 2, .5 Row l: Janet Vincent-Secretary, Carole Kaine-Treasurer, Paula Workman-President, Joyce Salogga-Vice President, Barbara J. Frederick. Row 2: Aneda Springer. Cynthia Blair. Brenda Fox. Sherri Barker, Becky Sturgell. Judy Cable. Debby Beck, Cheryl White. Linda Block. Row 3: Robin Hagerstrom. Pat O'Donovan, Candy Hoem. Carol Brauer, Cari Ermisch. Becky Raudman, Cheryl Riley, Georgia Myers, Anita Williamson. Andrews Hall Council Andrews Hall Homecoming float wen first place in the dormitory division. Andrew's Queen Candidate. Carol Newman, was a member of the Queen's Court during Homecoming. In the Fall Andrews Hall along with Stevenson Tower, sponsored the University Village Bar-b-que. To begin the Winter quarter a Christmas party with door dec com- petition was held. Several coke hours were also held. In bringing the school year to a close Andrews Hall entertained mothers and little sisters for two week-ends during Spring quarter. Another social event held during Spring quarter was the Spring formal with Thomas Hall. Rounding out the entire year, Andrews Hall also held scholarship and recognition banquets for out- standing girls in the dormitory es- pecially for those graduating seniors. Lawson Hall Row l: Gloria Grubaugh-Secretary. Cathy Klem-President. Helen Ebert-Vice President. Diane ' Cornwell-Treasurer. Row 2: 'Pat Varel. Mary Ann Morris. Trudy Bratton, Carol Beck, Janelle 4 Richards. Ann Goetz. Constance Trakas. Row 3: Becky Smith, Beverly Jacobs, Pat Flanagan, Peggy "Opening Day" was the orienta- tion theme that welcomed freshmen and upperclassmen to Lawson Hall in the Fall. Throughout the year many residents participated in social functions with the Airmen of Chanute Air Force Base. Some of these in- cluded dances, picnics, and a special Christmas party at the base hospital. The Winter quarter was highlighted by various other Christmas activities. Finally the year concluded with little sisters' weekend, a formal dance. mothers' weekend, and the Scholar- ship Banquet during the Spring. Nissen, Pat O Hara, Mary Sachtelben, Joy Wendell. Row l: Richard Eddy-Social Chairman. Herbert W. Koch-President, Ralph Rosser-Vice President, Charles Squires-Treasurer. Row 2: John Wernz, Bill Wolsfeld, Ken Landsdown. Jeff Smith-Secretary, Cecil Herpstreith, Jerome Metzger-Counselor, Richard Stoddard. Row l: Herman Lyle-Treasurer, Ron Coulter-President, Jim Swanson-Secretary, Joe Farrey-Vice President. Row 2: John Poston, Daniel DitZ'Ier, Douglas Bailey, Ed Maciorowski, Robert Perrin. .lim Baugher. Row 3: Kenneth Marr-G.A., R. Dale Martin, Joseph Luppert. Roger Hughs. Emerson Ahrens-G.A., Mike Boston. Row 4: Robert Reid, Richard Grabowski, Freddie Rinehart, Robert Thompson, Kevin Martin, Steve Coulter. Ta lor Hall orth Council Taylor Hall North proudly won the dorm division in both football and basketball and the university cham- pionship in cross country. In honor of the participants, a sports banquet was held at which the most valuable player for each sport for each quarter was announced. Taylor North sponsored coke hours in Fall quarter and a dance at the Union in January. a lor Hall South Council Taylor South participated in sports this year by competing for the Residence Hall Intramural All- sports Championship trophy. The men of Taylor South pur- chased their own tape system for coke hours and other social functions. Winter quarter found the men busy with Taylor's South annual Col- lege Bowl and a Valentine's Day party for culturally deprived children of the Charleston and Mattoon area which proved a success. 4 s-... .... A 'Q 303 if 304 A as, Row l: Don Lindsey-Treasurer. .lack Marks-Vice-President, Ben Ahring-President, Tim Burke-Secretary, Rich Morrow-Social Chairman. Row 2: Alan Swim. Greg Nicker. Cloyd Hastings. Steve O'Donnell, Larry Wills. Bob Knabel. Ed Kick. Row 3: Harold Wolff. Joe Howard. Norm Plummer, Steve Anderson. Scott Aljets. Gordon Hinz. Tom McLean, lim King. Stevenson Tower Council dents spoke on the various ways that Christmas is celebrated in their na- tive countries. Stevenson also conducted a heart fund drive which goes toward helping those people with cardiac conditions. Stevenson Tower took first place in the blood drive from the men's dormitory competition. Winter quarter the Lincoln- Stevenson-Douglas complex had a Christmas party for the foreign stu- dents attending Eastern. The stu- The Lincoln-Stevenson-Douglas complex chose the fable, the Three Billy Goats Gruff to signifi- cantly represent Western Illinois University's fall during Eastern's I969-70 Homecoming. Douglas Hall Council The women of Douglas Hall were proud to be called "Doug's Dames" this year as they reached to "New Horizons." Besides having the Stevenson Tower complex candidate for Homecoming Queen and the com- plex Freshman Attendant candidate residing in the dorm, the residents can boast that they were really 'red- blooded American girls.' Douglas Hall won first place in the women's resi- dence hall division of the Red Cross Blood Drive. There is also another project the women of Douglas spon- sored of which they were extremely proud. They supported a Navajo child in Arizona by a donation to the child and to the mission at which he is staying at the present time. X, .921 ,.f Row l: Carol Miller-President. Paula Harms-Vice President. Sandy Bates-Treasurer. Sue Craine- Secretary. Row 2: JoAnn Serdar, Sue Potter, Bev Tenick, Virginia Hans. Patty Wilson. Row 3: Mary Wright, Aleta White, Martha Morrow, Pam Burkhardt, Vickey Lee. X J 5. "' is .. f if t .- if l , . ' ' 5: '.. Q .. -15 .t - , ., , : f:-if -.re-f.. - . ' TE ,3 . ., , X N t., ww' V . . , I V fa -is-.A . - ' '-t' Row 1: Joyce Keating-Treasurer, Missy Steelman-Vice President, Judy Whiteside-President, Liz McDonald-Secretary. Row 2: Jackie Patterson, Kathleen Cerny, Cheryl Smith, Kathleen Davis, Margene Lund, Pamela Drake, Maureen Carlson, Gail Willis. Row 3: Kathy McLane, Joyce Brown. Joanne Carlson, Jayne Kellan, Carol Tomlin, Trudi Caldwell, Ruth Mischke, Dayle Cochran. New Horizons included Lincoln Hall this year. Many improvements on the dorm were made during the summer of 1969. By fall quarter when the incoming freshmen girls and the returning upper classmen arrived on campus, Lincoln Hall was ready for them. Modern windows replaced the old ones in each of the rooms. Im- proved lighting and carpeting in the Lincoln Hall Council halls welcomed the residents. Among the many activities during the academic year was the Halloween party in the fall with refreshments and prizes for the best costumes. Homecoming saw the Lincoln-Steven- son-Douglas Complex win second place on their house dec for the sec- ond consecutive year. Also in Novem- ber Mrs. Fredricks, dorm director, was guest of honor at their birthday party. Christmas time was a happy time at Lincoln Hall. St. Nicholas attended the holiday party and dis- tributed stockings filled with goodies to each girl. Lincoln Hall residents celebrated Abe Lincoln's birthday on February 12, 1970 with a party in his memory. His portrait, decked with daisies, overlooked the festivities. 305 il,,,.,.,, ,. "Oli-v-all .-al' ' w is I., if 1' " A .ffqvvzf 306 , ,I if f J , ,A If ,fa 1: J' :yf,AZ-F A ,wr , ' df . , WW' ,fr . ,JO v 1.-ff Y! ,,' Q , JR? --F ' " .. ,k. f' Q Q Classes 308 Senior Class Legend ACE Association for Childhood Education IFC Intcr-Fraternity Council ACS American Chemical Society LSC Library Science Club AIS Association of International Students MPEC Mcn'5 Physical Education Club B.A. Bachelor ol Arts NAEA National Art Education Association BBB Beta Beta Beta RA Resident Assistant B.S. Bachelor of Science RWE Roger Williams Fellowship B.S. in Ed. Bachelor of Science in Education SAB Student Activiticg Board BSU Baptist Student Union SEA Student Education Association CF Christian Fellowship SRC Student Religious Council CUN Council for United Nations UCM United Christian Ministry Elem. Ed. Elementary Education WAA Women's Athletic Association EVA Eastern Veterans Association WPEC Women's Physical Education Club HEA Home Economics Association WRHA Women's Residence Hall Association IAC Industrial Arts Club YD Young Democrats Linda Ackerman .......,,,,.,... Dakota B.A L French. Russian. Russian Club Sec . Resident Assistant Beth Adams ....,,.............. Paris BA: Sociology. Psychology. Delta Zeta Sorority. Activities Chairman. Cancer Drive Chairman, Sociology Club Sec Linda Adkisson ................. Oblong BS tnilid. Home Economics1 kappa Omicrori Phu, Pres., S I Connie Aeschleman B S in lid. Music. Coneer Patricia Albin . . . BS in Edi Art Hugh Alfassa . . . . B A. History. Spanish Barbara Allen ..... B S in Ed. Home liconomut Janet Allen ..,.. BS in ld. Xlathenieiti Assistant Patrick Allen .... BA. Political Science. Economics, YR. Pres.. Elec. Vice Pres , Pt kappa Alpha. Vice Robert J. Allen , . . . B5 in ld. Zoology Butctn Robert P. Allen . . B.S.. Marketing. Mark mural Athletics Susan Allen ..... B.S in Edg YR, Vice-P cs. Home Economics Club. lntraiarstty Christian Nouth Fellow- h P ..,..........Girard tfhoir. MENC. Sigma Alpha low . . . Decatur ...ParkRidge ..........Winnebago 's,HEA ....,........Farina Biol-ms, ka Mu Epsilon, Resident .....,.......JoIiet Pres . Band. Corridor Chairman ............Argenta r , . . .V ...... Lansing tng Club, Varsity Baseball, Intra- I . . ....... Chicago res. Sec. Gamma Delta . 4, - . 'i af . I u h? K' xy? , YR Young Republicans -J ' G1 S' K 1 A t . L A ftazp: 'i tim stsi sis, , . mmmmm.-W tt - :-:':f:f3:22:-4:22 - - VE: v- 4-'-Q1 2:-5.2. 5, Qefjkfl' ' -- ' ct Q! ,Il X' MW' X X ...f 5- 5 Q-s i' . 4' , .Q,i.l'S5-s ,.3.s'.g"?? 4 Y' .J .- 2 'R t. tsgf:-: A' If t .. ..., .. .......,..,v .. .,.tz:..m . , .. t . f ZH: SYM- ?:1'1' -. , N U? KN ,eq txwe X If f C 5 f , ,. cs Y -,.., fl: - -iz .,.,,- J' e s KC' ,- N iQ'4-,jf W' sm x NI? .,.....- N . ,J A564 sw M i' xi ' ix 'Yea .- l f'ff'9Qs7fQsg l i T 4 1:32 f:'5L'2 . ' '. ts. :WCS ea..,..,, ww? Larry Allison , .......,....,. Palestine B.S: Business. Accounting: Sigma Pi Fraternity. Account' ing Club Raymond Amadei ..,.......... Waukegan B.S., Business, Management. Pres of Thortttts Hall. Student Senate, Intramurals, lntradorm Council. Resident Assistant. Pres. Round Table Gagy Anderson ............. South Holland B. .. Business Management. Alpha Phi Omega. Historian. Marching Band. Concert Band Helen Anderson ............. Stewardson B.S. in Ed.: Speech. Psychology. Pt lxappa Delta. kappa Delta Pt. Student Senate. Chairman Student Leadership Committee. Psi Chi. WELH announcer, Debate. Dlstiusstttnb Wesley Foundation Margie Anderson ............. Effingham B.S. in Ed. Social Science. History. S E A. Robert Anderson ............. Stewardson BS: Business, Accounting. Management. Delta Mu Delta. UCTVI, Accounting Club William Andricks ............ Moweaqua BS. in Ed: Physical Education. Health Ed. Business. Pi Kappa Alpha. MPEC ' Cheryl Akppleton . ........... Mt. Prospect B.S. in dg Elem Ed.: Exec Council Douglas Hall. Art chairman Douglas. Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Sigma Sigma Dream Girl. Directory Chairman. Social Chairman. Co- Chairman House Dec.. Student Senator. Co-Chairman Stu- dent Rights Comm., Traffic and Safety Comm., Exec. Coun- cil Student Body. Housing Sec Student Senate. Campus Crusade. Junior Aide. Who's Who Julia Arnett ............,..... Mattoon BS in Ed: Comprehensite Business Option. .Accounting Club Ernesto Arroba ...,... Guayaquil. Ecuador B.S: Sociology and Economics, Political Science: Exec, Council Thomas Hall. Sociology Club. Econ Club V Pres.. Newman Club, AIS, Co-Chairman Academic Council Thomas Hall Kay Arthur ................,.. Arcola B.S in Ed: El. Ed.. Speech: Pem Hall Council. UCM. SEA. ACH Richard Ashburn ...,...... Lawrenceville B.S.: Pol. Science. Philsophy. Geography: SARIA Shirley Attaway .,,.. . ......... Elwood B.S. d.: Sigma Tau Delta. Honorary English Fraternity James Augustine ,............ Hillsboro B.S.: Accounting. Accounting Club Donna Auvil . ................. Catlin B.S. in Ed.: Social Science. History: Associate of Science Degree. Astra Club, Phi Theta Kappa Society Beverly Bailey ................. Herrin B.S.: usiness: Band. Standards Council Lincoln Hall Harry Baker .......... . . Elmhurst B.S.: Math: Alpha Kappa Lambda Julius Baldridge ......... Cleveland. Ohio B.S. in Ed.: Math. Physical Ed.: Track. Intramurals. Alpha Phi Alpha Dolores Balent ............... Westville B.S. in Ed.: History. Social Science: Marching Band. Con- cert Band, V. Pres. of Womens Ott-Campus Housing Org.. History Club Mrs. Sal? Ballee . . . . Gays B.S.: Et. d. Jim Ballsrud ............... Charleston B.S.: Management. Sigma Pi. Gamma Delta, Accounting Club. Management Club Joseph Bulotti .....,........ Carlinville B.S. in Ed.g Math. Accounting. Pi Kappa Alpha. Neuman Comm., Math Club. Sec. ol Taylor Hall South. Intramurals Kathleen Bank ....,. Glen Burnie. Maryland BS tn Ed.. El. Ed. Homecoming Comm. Student Leader- ship Contiii.. Alpha G.inint.i Delta Recording Secretary Gai? Barcus ............. . . . Charleston B, , in Ed.: Physics. Math, Intramurals 309 310 Seniors Regina Barcus ..,.,,,,...,.... Tuseola BA. Xlath and English. Russian Russian Club-See Tres. Math Lluh Frances Barnes ......,,..,... Mattoon B5 in Ld Zoologt Botany. Botany Club. Zoo Seminar Joann Barnett ......., ,.,.... W estlielcl BS in Ea. Etem ta Ira Barrett . , .............. Westchester BS in l:d. History. Pl:Nl. Social Science. Lngltsh. Thomas Hall-Intramurals. XNELH Radio. troll. Sigma Tau Garnma. Alumni Relations-Rush Chairman. IPL Jane Barrington ............. Little York BS in hd. Speech Lorreelron-Elem kd Sigma Eta LamhA da. toung Republicans. SLA Elaine Barry ..,......,. ,Parsippany N.J. BS in Ld. Elem kd. Social Studies. French. Nice Pres- -Xlpha Sigma Alpha Lois Bartimus ...,........... St, Elmo B S. Dietetics. Hl:A. lxappa Omieron Phi Mary Bartosch ...... ..,,....,, C hieago BS ln Ed, Elem Ld. Sigma kappa-Social Chairman. Rush Chairman. ACH. Neuman Club Dennis Bassett ,.... .......... D anville BS, Accounting. Tau kappa Epsilon-Intramural. Account- ing Cluh William Batty ........ Oklahoma City. Okla, BS ln hd. History. Social Science. Debate Team. Pt Isappa Delta Lynn Bauersaehs ,,....,,.... Jacksonville BS in kd. History. Social Selenee. Student Senate. Delta Chl. lxappa Delta Pt. Student Leadership Conference. SEA. History Club. RA Carol Bauer .,,..,........,..... Olney BS in Ed. French. English. French Club. English Club. National hdueation Association John Baum . . . Elgin B S. Zoology Carol Baumgarte .... .,,....... le reeburg B S in Ld. Nlath, Social Science. R A. lsappa Delta Pl- Pres. kappa Nlu Epsilon-See truas. Phu Alpha hta-Social Chairman. Pi Sigma Alpha, Lawson Hall-PresAVtee Pres.. Concert Band. Marching Band. Nlath Club Nancy Baxter Carloek ........... Hillsboro BS in led. Bus Ld-Secretarial. lnglish. Phi Beta lambda Carol Beals .,.,.......,...... Tuseola BS in lzd. PLVK. Health Edfzt-nt.-gt. WAA. WPLL. SLA Deborah Bean ....... . . Villa Grove BS in lid. Lngltsh. Biology Jo' Beasley ................. Danville ds in lidj Business hd. Social Science. SEA. SBPA, Phi Beta Lambda McDonald Beavers ....,....,... Lockport BS. Business, Marketing. Tau Kappa Epsilon-Seeretarp. Marketing Club. Intramurals Susie Beavers ......t..,.... Charleston BS in Ed. klern lid. Art. Speech Lnrrection. Bowling Linne Beberman . . .....,,.., Champaign S in led. Business, knglrsh. SEAASQ. Treas Judith Beekes .,,..,......... Palestine BS in Ed. Phtsrtal ld, lreneh. WAA. APU Larry Beeman ...,,... . ..,.,. Robinson B 5 in kd Aeeountrng. Social S-,tcnee Sigma Pt Gregory Beenders ..r...,,..... Roanoke BS in kd. Physical led. Health and lJmer's ld, Haskel- ball. Phi hpstlon kappa-N-ree Pres NIPH as S vs I V if I W ' . 4 g . 's ' s A wi I A K. ,I f . ' X V .bi - . A W ,., I - eww X A A t V. . f - . Xie. . ,e'ss,x Q et 17 x. -4--1 r-.as zy X ,A i J "' -It ,1 l -' 'Stix . -ss . . t , Q . - Y ii: 'WN me 8 .X 1 as . f , -J ,Yi I ' f,ff,f W H Sit.- J x ts- ' K . .e - . Q 1 st i I, , AQ .s., . X X -r is X. , 3 71 ' :.- , ,f sms . Sli -7- '-" W. F 1 fa lx' 1 - ','1:.s-, 1 ,. xg, ,H . K... 9, A Q .J Amex-:" J ft X., ' -' " 'ai . v.. ft 9. LN s ...- T' ' !"'1I li . . ass, ., .,,, si can Wax. www 'Q -as-US' J-.xg xy y J ,def J .ss we -sir rv" ' ft by . "U, 1 f' 9 t . n 9 A K ' ""!' ' ff . lr 5... M i B V 'ft 99- if fl" 'Vl- -. 'J A N A. at I .,.. ,EM :'z 'Qi . " ' Eg! h ., i.Li:giEi5,f, , -,1' is,-ifif f AA': i f -qzit I . .x:,Q. 1 . 1s ,.r-1:2 Sk.-v The library is often a place where classmates meet to study together their assignments due for the following day. John Beer ......... . . Roanoke B.S.. Business. Marketing John Beeson ,...,,....... ...... P aris BS. Economics. Management. ENA. Econoimcs Club. RA. Sigma Chi Barbara Von Behrens .,,.. . . Mt. Carmel B.S in Ed. Business Education Rose Beluska ...,...,.,..,.. Litchfield B.S. in Edl Zoology. Botany. Botany Club. Zoo Seminar Sue Bender ...,.,....... . . Villa Grove BS in Ed.. Business. Pi Omega Pi Connie Benge ......,........, Manteno BS ln Ed. Accounting and Secretarial. Health lid Pem Hall Scholastics Chairman. Pem Hall Standards Council Darlene Bennett . ............. Newman B S. in Ed. Business Education. Social Science Gale Bennett , .......... ...... N ewman B.S. in Medical Technology. Medical Technology, Chemis- try. Zoology. Botany. Pre-Med Association. Zoology semi- nar Janet Bennett .....,........ Charleston B.S in Edg Elem. Education. Kappa Delta Pi Katie Bennett ............. . . Windsor B.S. in Ed.. Music. Sigma Alpha Iota Kay Bennett .......,...,...... Windsor B.S. in Edg English. History. Sigma Kappa Robert Bennett ..........,..... Windsor B.S. in Ed.1 Business Education. Social Science. WELH Radio Stall. YR Harold Benny .... ............ H illsboro B.S. in Ed.3 oology. Botany. Tri Beta Biological Society Lucinda Benson ...,...... . . Gibson City B.S. in Ed.. Elem. Ed.. Gymnastics Wayne Benson .....,......... Manteno B, . in Ed. Music. Marching Band, Concert Band. Sym- phonic Winds. Concert Choir. Stage Band Janice Bergman .,........,.,,. Farina B.S in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. Math Biological Science, ACEI. WAA 311 Marlys Bergman .... Rantoul B S in Ed, Junior lllgh hd P 1 Alpha Eta lord al Schulaflics Chairman, Junltr H h Ll b -KC H Ciarn Delta Marg Bergmann ..... Vkaulte-'an BS in kd, Art. N-Xb-X Elizabeth Berne ,,... Ocanee B S tn Ed , Hem Ed . Engluh H1 it rx Xlph i Ganinia Della Jan Biava ....., , Nhxtxille B A. English, Political Science Lum in Ltntm Ex cr: mental Program of Studies. bi nit Tau Delta David Billingsley ..,. Albion B S. Buxinew Nlanagemcni, Delta Xlu Delta Kathy Black ......, Toledo B5 in hd. Brittany. Ztnitngt Botam Lluh Bcia Btu ea Kathy Black ...,... BS in hd Botany, Zoology Loren Blaclttclner . , , BS in Ld. Induatrial -Xrts IAC, Nennmn Club Sandra Blackford . . . BS in hd lenglixh. Hixtnry Robert Blade ...,., BS in kd. Engluh. -Xrt Randy Blecha . ..., , B S in led , Social Science. Hi Linda Blomgrcn ,.,. Bs In ld Nlathrltmticw l'h Qltih Practicing his policy of personalizing with students President Doudna stops to talk with several Coeds in the union 4---'Q '4-"', 4 X, N-, Sn...- x.r'2" N.. x ,qu Xue' "UQ 'ul 2.1-M ,gif ff? Y 93" '55 1 . ti .Ng l Seniors Carolyn Boblitt . . . . . Sigel BS. in Ed.. Elem. Ed Eldon Boerngen ........,,..,... Mason B.S. in Ed. Business. Social Science. Intramural Sports Sandra Boike .................,, Niles B S in Edg Art. English. N A.E A. Neuman Club Michael Bolen .......... . . Mattoon B.S.: Physics, Math. Physics Cluh Donna Bolin .......,......... Sullivan B S in Ed: English. Histury: Sigma Tau Delta Bill Bolton .................. Oreana BSL Business. Marketing. YD. Marketing Club. Manage- ment Club. Econ Club Bonita Bond . .....,..........., Dixon B.S.g Business. Home Ec. in Business. SHEA. RWE Ardgys Booker ...........,.... Sullivan B, , in Ed.. Music. Symphonic Winds. Concert Choir. Sigma Alpha Iota, Cecilians. M E.N.C. Steven Borah ...,......,..,... Fairfield BS.L Political Science. History: Delta Chi - Pledge Coun- selor, V Pres, Greek Week House Char., IFC Paul Bork .................. Decatur B S.: Chemistry. Math. ACS Judith Boudreau .....,..,..... Kankakee B.S. in Ed.: Elern, Ed.: Pink Panthers. Sigma Sigma Sigma Mary Boshell . .,.,.....,,.... . , Melvin BS in Ed.. History. Social Science. History Club. S.E.A.. Ford Hall Council. Freshman Orientation Leader Allan Bouton .............. Georgetown B.S. in Ed.. History. Economtcsg Intramural Sports Jeanne Bowen ....,......... Champaign B.S. in Ed.: Zoology. Botany: Newman Club. Zoology Semi- nar, WAA. Women's Ofl-Campus Standards Committee Dennis Bowser ....,......... Sandoval B S in Ed.: Jr. High. Alpha Phi Omega Katherine Boyer ,.., ......... H oopeston BS in Ed.. P ysical Education. Health Education, Driver's Ed.: WAA, WPEC Curley Bradford ............... Urbana B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed., Business Ed.. Health Ed.: Hous- ing Committee. COHR. Alpha Phi Alpha, MPEC Valerie Braid ........,... Clarendon Hills B.S.: Physical Ed.. Health Ed.. WAA, WPEC, Chi Delphia. WELH Radio Club Betty Brakenhoff ............. Litchfield B.S. in Ed.: Business Ed.. Englishg Sigma Kappa. Pi Omega Pi. Phi Beta Lambda. Phi Alpha Eta, Kappa Delta Pi. Gam- ma Delta, Pi Omega Pi Award. SEA Ruth Brandenburger ............ Sullivan B.S. in Ed.: Math. Psychology: KME. SEA. Math Club Nancy Braun ............... Charleston B.S. in Ed.: English. History: Freshman Attendant-I967 Beverly Brehm ..............,. Arcola B.S. in Ed.: History. Social Science: History Club, SEA, Campus Crusade for Christ, III. State Historical Society Jeannine Breitman ......... . . Decatur B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed. Carrol Brennecke ............... Cahokia B.S. in Ed.: Biology. English. History: Weller Hall Stand- ards Council. Cecelian Singers. SEA. Jr. High Ed. Mayors Club 313 Seniors Paula Bresnan ......,.. ,...,. M oweaqua BS in Ed., English. Journalism. Newman Community. Eastern News. Vehicle Editor. Pl Delta Epsilon Daniel Brewer . ....,...,..... Moweaqua BS in Ed.: Industrial Arts. Business. Sigma Tau Gamma. Industrial Arts Club Brenda Bridges ..,.,......... Windsor B S Ed. Honie Economics. lsappa Omicron Phi. SHEA Kathleen Brindle ........,.. Elmwood Park BS in Ed.. Special Education. Neuman Club. LincolnQHall Corridor chairman. head receptionist. Homecoming Lom- mittee Sally Brinker ....,,........ Mt. Morris B S in Ed. English-Math. Ceciltan Singers. SEA Sara Brinkerhofl ............... Redmon B S . Psychology, English, Sociology. Psi Chi. Sociology Club. Newman Club Gary' Brinkmeyer .............. Geneva BS. Zoology-Botany, History. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Botany Club. Intramural wrestling, weightlilting. track Malcolm Britton .....,......... Cahokia BS in Ed. Music. Phi Nlu Alpha Sinfonia. Marching band. Jazz band. Concert band. Symphonic Vlinds, Chorus. Glee Club. Music Educators National Conference Ga? Brock ................. Robinson B in Ed. Physical Education, Zoology. Mathematics. Della Chl. Varsity Baseball. YR Carol Brooks ..............,. Chicago B S in Ed.. Physical Education, Health. WPEC, WAA Keith Broshear .......... , . . . Hutsonville BS. in Ed.. History. Social Science, English. Della Chi. History Club Charles Brown .,...,,.,.,...... Butler BS, in Ed.. Industrial Artsi IAC, Intramurals, social chair- man of Thomas Hall Cynthia Brown ...r.......... Blue Mound .S. in Edg Physical Education. Health. Sigma Kappa. WAA, WPEC Doris Brown .................. Carmi BS in Ed.: Special Ed.. Library Science: ACE. SEA, Li- rary Science Club Kaye Brown ................ Centralia BA. Political Science. Sociology. Pi Sigma Alpha. YR. Sociology Club Ted Brown ......,........... Glenview BS in Ed. Physical Education, Health. Swimming Team Theresa Brown .,.... .,., . . , . Gillespie BS in Ed. Physical Education. Health Driver's Education. Newman Club. WAA, WPEC Richard Brucker ....,....r..... Cropsey BS. Business. Accounting: Pres. Newman Club. Accounting Club Nancy Bruner ............. Clarendon Hills BS. Business. Accountingg Band, Chorus, Hall Council. WAA Mary Buchanan ........... St. Francisville BS in Ed. Elementary' Education. Intcrvarsuy Christian Fellowship. ACE Susan Buckles .....,......,. Mt. Pulaski BS in Ed Business. Douglas Hall House Council. Lawson Hall Council. SEA Randy Bube ....,...,... A l'n t H ' ht BS. Economics. History. Economics'ClulJl g on elg S Linda Buckner .,... . .,,..... Martinsville BS in Ed. Business. Lawson Hall House Council. SEA Barbara Buckley ........ DeKalb B S in Ed. Elem Ed. Sigma Sigma Sigma- D i i 13312 . s - Q ,.., Walk ,nw 'LaL7 Nt C O 'P Y' ve-:Q My l Q a EF'- 9-N. X' 35. f, ., .. ." ,gf sz? K x Y .3 f s 1 f .J gf wx gif-1 wg,- -IQV 1 smtp 54" fic' .W 'W U .sea 3 gay' E3 a-...Q Mary Ann Bullard .,.. , Hillsboro B.S. in Ed.: Business. English: S.E.A.. Kap- pa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi Sterling Douglas Bundy . . Centralia B.S. in d.: Mat . Physics William L. Burg ...... Decatur B.S.: Ind. Tech.: reshman golf. Intramural golf. lntramural wrestling. Choir, YR Belinda Burnett ...... . Decatur B.S. in Ed.: History. Social Science, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Weller Hall-President .lane Elizabeth Buscher . . Litchfield B.S. in Ed.: Home Economics: Home Ec. Chapter, Student Wives Richard Louis Buse . . New Holland B.S. in Ed.: Zoology, Botany Linda J. Bussmann . . Edwardsville B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Sigma Kappa, SAB, SAE Susan Marie Butcher . . Wilmington B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed Julia E. Butler .... . . Mascouta B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed. Mary Ann Cadwell .... Springfield B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: ACE MarthaLee Callahan .... Milford B.S. in Ed.: Med. Tech.. Chemistry: Exhibi- tion gymnastics Thomas Lee Calvin ..... Clinton B.S. in Ed.: Speech. Pol. Science: Thomas Hall Exec. Council, SAB Students reach that the books Enthusiasm is for Eastern at the end of the textbook line often to discover they need are not available. the word for the spirit this cheerleader shows one of the home football games. 315 316 Clella Camp ............. . . Kansas BS in Ed. English. Physical Education Ellen Campbell ,,.. . , Mattoon as in Ed. Elem. Ed Sandra Carte ....,,..,.... Lawrenceville BS in Ed Home Economies HEX. kappa Omteron Phi, lntervarsity Christian Fellowship. SRC. Resident Assistant John Carlton ,,... ,..,..... . West Salem B S, Business Xlanagement Deanna Carson ..,...... . . St. Joseph B S. Busines, Secretarial. Soeial Seienee Christine Carter ,....,,,. ..., F reeport BS in Ed, History, Social Science. kappa Delta Pi, See- ondary Education Association Larry Cartmill ,............. , . . Carmi BS in Ed. Latin. History. English. Latin Club Gayle Carrell ......,,....... Shelbyville BS in Ed. Business Education. English Donna Curriker ....,,..,..... Litchfield BS in Ed. Physical Education, English, Health Edueationl W-X-X. XX PEC Connie Carson ......,........ Lockport B.S in Ed. Physteal . " ' I: " Ed, WPEC. yy -wt. SEN Edueation. Health d. Driier Judith Carter .,.........,..... Patoka BS in Ed. Elem Education. Special lid. History. SEA. -XC H. International Secretary-treasurer. Student Consulta- tlte Couneil for Elem and .lr High ld. kappa Delta Pi. Ford Hall Scholawliew Committee. Standards Council Mary Carter ................. Marion BS In Ed. Elem Ed. Della Zeta. Homeeomlng Commit- tee. Orientation Committee i ' '22, l l ii X .. 'l A l Ll -S . s 'exam ., , ww. ,y Six bw... -N ag, gg. X X 1.-so I W . .. ,. iii if " a L9 aY"' "-' , li.iiif:t4 -J ti P ZS-if RA ' A Q i "" C if rf ' X J iitt S J ..,4- 'B' vu J its v-. 1, .',' all 1----Q Qt Y i I -L ww-gr E Q.- N' ,. .-rv Suzanne Casey ............ K .... M inooka B.S. in Ed1 Speech Correction, Sigma Eta Lambda Jim Cates ..................... Salem B.S. in Ed.: Zoology. Botany John Cavanaugh ......, , . . . .... Champaign BS, in Ed.: Industrial Arts. IAC President, AIS Bonnie Cellini ..........., y. . . Springfield BS. in Edg Elementary Education. Sigma Sigma Sigma. YR. ACH Kathleen Cerny .............. Westchester B.S, in Ed.: Mathematics, Chemistry, Gamma Delta Iodu. Standards Committee-Lincoln Hall Susan Ann Coffman ..... .... ..... H a rvey B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Education, German Club. ACEI, RA.. Kappa Delta Pi. Weller Hall Chris Miss l968-69 Deborah Chenault ...... . . . . Belleville B.S.: Elem. Ed.. Social Studies Karen Cheyne ................ Decatur B.S. in Ed.: Zoology. Botany: Kappa Delta Pi. McKinney Hall Judicial Council Seniors Jennie Chin ............,.,. Champaign B.S. in Ed.: Physical Education, Health Ed. Driverk 8: Safety Ed. WAA, Vice-Pres WAA. Physical Ed Club, Law- son Judicial Council Norma Christensen ......., . . Herscher B.S in Ed: Elem, Ed.. WAA, Ach. SEA Joseph Ciaccio ...........,., Kankakee B.S. in Ed.: History, Social Science. History Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain Marilyn Cima .... . . Island Lake B.S.: Art Diane Clark ................. Wayne City B.S. in Ed: Business Ed.. Social Science. Pi Omega Pi. SEA John Clark Ill ............ . . Wayne City B.S. in Ed.: History. Social Science LaMont Clark ....,......,,. Charleston B.S. in Ed.: Speech Pathology and Audiology Marilyn Clark .,..... I .......... Toledo B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed.. Jr. High Club. WAA Stephen Clarke ..............,. Morton B. .1 Business. Marketing. Management. Psychology. Mar- keting Club. Management Club Jerelyn Clausen ...... ....... . . Arthur BS in Ed. Elem Ed. Delta Zeta. ACH Sandra Van Cleave ............. Arcola B.S. in Ed.: History. English. SEA. National Ed, Association Vicki Clinger ................ Chicago B.S. in Ed.: Special Education. English, Pink Panthers. SAB -Xmndzlx-m.1I vghumrx N IW V xrhwmkwn bagkol Pgmhurlnn H.1IIb:.1nf' dlslrlhuledlo xludnnlx Niurlcnc A. Cunmr Robcrtx BN vm ld lzhmrx SNL L N mm L lu .a ,X Numdmd- Lwunm H 1 rum 3 Q k N.. Larry Cook . I-lord HN wn ld Hxl rx S Nxlllhlfl Cuuk . , 1, h.1lrm.xn Prcx Duud Ckqunw . . Hs mn Pd Irwdux .ludllh Cwpclund BN an Id Hx V' uv Jcnmlcr Curcy , BS an ld -Xrl in hh Duvld Corey , Duulur Bs Buwnu- NI mx Lum nu N BJ L .H .Icrrx Cornell , Roxxxlllg Bi an ld H11 f N emu Scgurm Uuud R Dfmuld Curnuc Cncgro BN m I-1 Nldvhwmx N4u.1lSLxcnu S K N1.1lh uh .-Xlxuc Cwrmwll Rldacfarm H S wn fl X Duane Qurnuull Wu! York HS m IA Ninn n In H n Ninh Klub lxdpyu 'Vlu ffm!-wn l.mwn HW I Arlm C wrlulyuu Qdsq as m m lnduxl BN lwm-vvmx. P Ill N xr wlx 1 vCNs I .: ,M-P 4:-s n 1 'ar .el is 3' .F iv N 'eg-. - 1 Sf' 'is- 'E 185.3 -QQ. .kay-V7 t .- if l . . ' X . 3.4 ,- l f. Y Q . -, v... y 1""'r, ' li t . db -.ev 75' 1. ...Q . k . " "fr ef' f 3 . I 'fe K' -1. --1 'rf -P aw .Qfss ,S . 4., 2 .t.. 1. - as ' ,,...-P -L, ts? .. 'QPU' :aux- Seniors Ronald Coulter .,,..., . . Palestine B,S in Ed.: Geography. Botany Diana Cox ........ ,.... . . . . Tower Hill B.S in Ed.. Social Studies. Early Childhood Ld .lo Ellen Cox ...............,.... Philo B.S. in Ed: Home Economics. kappa Omicron Phi, HFC Phillip Cray' ...... ....., . . . Clinton B,S,: Zoology . History Nancy' Crewell ............ Lawrenceville B.S. in Ed.: Math. English, Math Club. lxappa Delta Pi Gregory Crockett .......... East St. Louis B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed.. Social Science. Health Ed: Track, Varsity Club. MPEC John Crockett ....,..... . . Shelbyville B.S. in Ed.: Speech. Social Science Sharon Crockett ..,,...... . . . Kinmundy B.S. in Ed., Elem. Ed.: Kappa Delta Pt RoseMarx' Cronin .......,,. . . Elsah B,S In Ed, .lr High lid. Biology. Art Joan Crooks ................... Cisne BS in Ed.: Music. English: BSL'. Mixed Chorus Cgnthia Crowe , . . ........... Gibson City .S. in Ed.: Home Economics. HEC, Band. SEA Vicki Crowe .....,............. Pana B.S. in Ed.: Music: Sigma Alpha Iota, Music Educators' National Conference, Chamber Singers. Mixed Chorus Sue Crum . . . . . ............ Chamgaign B,S in Ed.: English. Speech: Delta Zeta. Greeter. tudent Senate. Eastern - Charleston Relations Committee Noel Cryder ................. Mtnooka BS. in Ed.: lndustrtal Arts. Woodworking and Drafting: Gymnastics. Gym Exhibition Team. Alpha Phi Omega Vice-Pres.. Industrial Arts Club, Varsity Club Susan Cummings . ............... Macon B.S. in Ed.: Speech Pathology and Audiology: Kappa Delta Pi. Sigma Eta Lambda, Student Wives Michael Cummins . . ...... . . Sumner B.S. ln Ed.: Math. History' Michael Cunningham .............. Hume B.S.: Accounting: Accounting Club f Pres.. Delta Mu Delta Luanne Currie ............... Divernon B.S. in Ed.: Business: Phi Beta Lambda David Curry ................, Windsor B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed., Biology: Basketball, MPEC Lucile Currgf . .......... D ...... W indsor B.S. in Ed.: lem. Ed., English. Music David Curtis ................... Albion B.S. in Ed.: Business Ed., Social Science: Marketing Club. Accounting Club, Intramurals James Dager ...,......... Morton Grove B.A.: Eng ish, History: Vehicle-co-editor. Eaxlern News Joanne Dager ..........,.. . . . Decatur B.S. in Ed.: Elem, Ed.: Eastern News Lgnn Dailey .................... Paris .S. in Ed.: Spanish. Business: Sigma Delta Pi. Phi Beta Lambda, SEA 319 320 Patricia Damery ....... ..... B lue Mound BS in Ed. Chemixtry. Nlath. ACS. Phi Alpha Eta, NK.-XA. LCNI Betty S. Danaha . .,..., . . Eloy. Ariz. BS in Ed. History. Social Studies Jerrj E. YDanaha .....,..,,.... Decatur BS in Ed. Induklrial -Xrlx. Xlanual -'-.ru Therapy. Pre, .vt Epailon Pi Tau. lnduxlrial -Km Club Elaine L. Darre ...... BS in Ed. German. Treaf and See BS in Ed. Junio South Holland Xluxlc. kappa Della. Panhellenic . Jacksonville Carol Ann Davin .... r High ld. Sigma lxappa. W R -X. Junior High Xlairir! Club Kennard R. Dain . . . B S. Buxinew. Xlanagement-Nlarketing . . Westville Margaret A. Davis ..,....,..., Charleston BS in Ed. Coniprehenwile Secretarial Susan L. Davin ,....,,,, ..... K ankakee BS in Ld. Home Econoniief. lxappa Della Pi. kappa Omi- cron Phi. Home Economics Club. R -X for Lincoln Hall Tricia J. Davis ..... BS in Ed rl Sharon K. B5 in Ed Bonnie D. BS in Ed David N. BS in sa James C. .-K .N-XE-X. Davtkins , . Elem Ed Decker .... Buslnexm. Ertgltxh Decker ..., . -Xrl Dedman . . . .....Olnev Mclxinnei Hall House Council BS in Ed. History. Social Science. W R . . Louisville . . Maltoon . . Robinson . . Decatur . . . Chicago Carolyn M. Del Gallo . BS in Ed. Social Science. Hiklorp. Neuman Community Council. C L N Ruth K. Delzell . . , . . BS in Ld. Health Ed.NN -xA.ilPEC . . Noble . . . Decatur Dennis Grace ...... BS. Businevs. Management. Economics. Intramural fool! ball. bawl-elball. wltball, volleyball. badminton Michael L. Denny .,,...., BS in Ed. Buxine-Q. Social Science Donna M. Deputy .... BS in Ed. Englixh. Speech Chris F. Dettro . . . . . BS in Ed. Hixtory. Social Scienee. Ju New Pl Della Epsilon Edith V. Dickirnon . . BS in Ed. Elem Ed Judith K. Dintelmann . . . Danville , Ml. Carmel . . . Greenup urnalixm, Eaxlrrn Lawrenceville . . Belleville BS in ld. Speech. Buxinen. WELH. Debate Squad. Pi kappa Della. 5 I' -'K Pres olChrlslian Science Organllalion Suaan J. Dixon , ..,,... , ..... . . Gurnee BS inlrd H rn lc Ill K lie. Mary H. Dobbs ......... . . Toledo BS IN Ed. Hmory. Social Science Palgy A. Dobbx ..........,,... Matloon B in Ed. Speech Correction Sigma Fla Lambda .,' . .X ,gn Fm? Ju 4+-ax X Xi' 1' x v -uv pt, 41' I 'D 1 'T"T' 1 L", Y -qv f' '2 9 ,... x. f .1 I xl I :SL x It it 5 ka FT7' V""' . is 4:-"fx vi' s.-1 Z: Like most university dances, students frequently get all wrapped up in doing their own "thing" Many dances take place in the Union Ballroom or McAfee Gymnasium. These dances provide many students the opportunity to meet neu friends. relax and just have lun! Q-wg. -wh 'R fw- 1? laik N 'M--A Y 'WMF W t . saltstf-'eh ' "3 Krtsgf 5 Y ti' lr? , Nfvf v '-wr 1 izzzzgq--.os A afti , , .-rm,-f-:ie .- tv fp ' EA '7 s f.?':r.r1.' A.. If ig, 45- 'St Lyla, . I 'M Ps W. 'v SS-ti I 'm."l""-M.. ggi. x . Q, i . 2 33 , . Q- . . . . Q t. 'ig 'f -. fswff... 4 V- - . is - .. a Yin- - 'illffii Q2 I i-T Seniors Donna Dodd .............. . , Danville B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed., Kappa Delta Pi Jean Dohert . ........... ..,. P alos Hills BS. in Ed.: Blusiness, Physical Ed. - Sociology. WAA. Law- son Hall Judicial Council John Duncan .............,. Villa Grove BS. in Ed.: History. Social Science, YR Lawrence Dunn ......,.... . . Taylorville BS., Business, Management, RA Steven Dunn ......... , . . . . . Mahomet B s in ia. i't1,t.e.il t-.a. Health La.. swim Diane Ducpuis ................ Kankakee ' E LI BS in .. em. Ed.. Kappa Pi Delta-Treas.. Alpha Beta Alpha-Vice Pfcs. Teresa Dust ................ Shumway B.S. in l:d,: Business hd. Social Science, Phi Bela Lambda. Newman Cluh Jud Dutour ....,........... Kankakee BSI. in Ed.: Biological Sciences. l-rench. SEA. ACH Kenneth Dvorsky .......... . ..... Chicago BS.: Business. Business Adm.. Management, Social Science Kenneth Earnst ........... . . . . Sumner B.S. in Ed.: History: Social Science, UMC. BSU. lntervar- sity Fellowship, YD. History Club Thomas Eaton ........ . . Newton B.S.: Business, Accounting Glen Edenburn . . . . ........ .... R antoul BS, in Ed.: Speech. Social Science, WELH Radio Stall. Pi Kappa Delta 321 Carol Edmonds ....,...... Pekin BS. in Ed: Elem. Ed.1 Alpha Beta Alpha. ACE -S John Euan ....,.......... Paris W7 B A.. Political Science. German Neither rain nor sleet nor snow nor hail could keep the termined Eastern student .may from classes. ,V V I' " . PQ John M. Egan ..... . ....... Paris X "' BS in Ed.: Physics. Math. Della Sigma Phi. Student Senate, Physics Club. Homecoming Pa' rade Chairman. Lecture Series Chairman. Art- Q5 isls Series Chairman Clifford Ehorn .......... Dundee BS in Ed. General Music. Marching Band. Della Chi . 1,1-, Judith Ehorn ........ . . Newton B S in Ed.. Elem. Ed.. WAA 3 Beth Einsele ...,....... Shabbona BS in Ed. History. Social Science-Librar5 Scr- enee. YR-Vice-Pres.. Treasurer. Organization Chairman. RWF. LSC um? ' Renee Ellexson . . . . - Casey BS in Ed. Elem ld f -r" Samar El Mofty . , Cairo, E y t, U.A.R 'Q' B,S1 Economics. Mathg Math AIS. Ecol nomrcs Club 1. xlh X-3 Terry Elwood ...... ,..... S alem BS in Ed.1 Jr High Edg Social Sludics. Physical Education. Tau kappa Epsilon, Intramurals. Jun- ior High Men's Club Judith Ely ............. Rantoul BS, in Ed.: Special Education, Sigma Sigma Sig- ma. Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl Robert Emerling . ........ . ..... . Homosassa Springs, Fla. BS.. Psychologyi Pi Kappa Alpha 'S Norman Engel ........ Ridgelarm B S. Zoology. L hcmislrg 322 ' .f wx. IO 4 l f 04 iff ?. ,i 1 -if 1 -9 are 'VB -Q, -.. x gsm-W 'are ----W, . 'Q . O19 . A -r "I K w.. , -ri 1 is s - . y -4 ll I- a Yagi 0 in .t N . . re fa 'mi A K ta -T.. ww 4 Q sa : A X is --..... BW' Q4 -ap.. vu sg i 'S X ' N.. t f . as Q. i., np in fff S fy geek? .- ft' ws 4-1 and 4,--nv .v KR- 4-., ass w. , . Us an s . 'R f4,1.,.as.-1 . 1401.94 Y? i lg S" 2' fra ,M one Seniors Deborah Eubank . . . . . Greenup BS in Ed. Elem Ed James Evans . , ..,.,......... Danville BS in Ed. Social Science. History. Physical led. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Sigma Delta Psi. Narsity Swimming. Nar- sity Club Jerry Evans .......,,........ Hillsboro B S in Ed. Social Science. History History Club. CCN Martha Evans ............,,. Fox Lake B.S. in Ed.. Elem Ed.. VCM. Ccciltans. ACE, SEA Roberta Evans ,,............ Effingham BS in Ed. Business Ed., Math. kappa Mu Epsilon. Pi Omega Pi Larry Eyre ................. Buckley BS in d.. Zoology. Botany. Chemistry. Taylor Hall Exec Council. Zoology Seminar. BBB. Pi Kappa Alpha Janet Faltemier ...,......... St. Marie B.S. in Ed.. Math. Art: Math Club. Intercollegiate Bad- minton. Badminton Sporthead. Botany Club Joseph Farrey .............. Ellingham BS. Business. Marketing, Taylor South-X-Pres., Exec. Council Judy' Fearington ............ . , Montrose BS in Ed.: Elem Ed.. English. ACE. SEA. kappa Delta Pi Barbara Fehrenbacher ....,..... lngraham BS in Ed.. History. Social Science. YD. Newman Club. SEA. History Club James Fehrenbacher ........,.... Olney BS. in Ed.: Physical Ed.. Business: Varsity Cross Country and Track. MPEC. Varsity Club, Fellowship ol Christian Athletes Club Harold Fehrenbacher , , ..,..... Ingraham B S. Psychology. German: Psychology Club Kenneth Felgenhour ........,.... Homer BS. in Ed.: Industrial Arts: Industrial Arts Club. SEA Malinda Felgenhour .,............ Homer BS. in Ed.: Physical Ed. Health Ed.. French: WPEC. Mud- ern Dance Club. Delta Psi Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi Randolph Feller ............. Cissna Park BS in Ed.: Jr. High Ed.: Sigma Tau Gamma, History Club Margaret Fenner ........... . . . Thornton BS. in Ed.: English. History: Pemberton Hall V V.-Pres. Olive Ferguson .... . . Toledo B.S. in Ed: Elem. Ed. John Ferris ................ Marshall B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed.. Physical Ed.: Sigma Pi. Neuman Club, Men's Junior High Education Club. Intramurals Katherine Fessler ............ Jerseyville B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed., Spanish. Social Studies Ralph Fetterman .............. Chicago B. .: Business. Marketing: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Marketing Club. Sociology' Club Janet Fields ................. Mt. Vernon B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Band. Kappa Delta Pi Jane Firebaugh .............. Mt. Vernon B.S. in Ed.: heatre Arts. English: Alpha Gamma Delta. Theatre Guild Linda Fischer ..... A .......... Caseyville B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Sigma Alpha Iota. SEA. Symphonic Winds. Kappa Della Pi Peg y Fisher ........,... . . Assumption B5 in Ed.. Elem. Ed.. Physical Ed. 323 Nlarianna Fisk ,,,,........... Nladtson BS in Ed.. Elem Ed. HRH.-X. Lawson Hall House Counetl. Shari J. Fitzgerald .,... BS IH Ed.. English and Xluste. Sigma Tau Delta. SEA Gary L. Flannell .... B S. Business. Xlanagcment Rodney George Fleming , BS. Siam. zti-lttgy. crwmitft Emily kat Fletcher . . . BS' in Ed. Business Ed. Young Democrats. Sigma James Edward Fletcher ...,. Ada. BS in Ed. Physical Education. Health Ed.. X arsity Football ' Metamora Nlixed Chorus. Oralorto. . Sullivan . Decatur BBB. Pre-'sled Club Charleston Sigma Sigma Oklahoma Drtt'er's Ed.. Jean Ann Fogleman .........,.... Toledo B S in Ed. Elem Ed. ACE. SEA. Lattson Hall Council Danna Kay' Fogler ............ Carlinville BS in Ed. Elem Ed, Ford Hall Standards Council. kappa Delta Pt Patricia Lee Folrath . . BS in Ed. Art. NACA Connie Sue Foley' , ........... . Decatur Effingham BS in Ed. Elem Ed Alpha Gamma Delta, Majorette. Debate Team. Band Kersey Lee Foley' , B S. Indus Tech. Delta 'Crit' Carol Ann Folkerts . , . . Paris Harvel as in Ea. Elem Ed, Pnffiirihi EtQt.'AC'Ef lszippa Delta Pt. Pem Hall House Council Mars Ann S. Ford . . Bs' in Ed. Bus Ed Momence Momence Robert Allen Ford .....,...... BS in Ed. Phys Ed. Health and D 'e E Club. Football. Fellowship of Christian Athletes rn rs d. Narstty Jerrv Joe Foreman . . .,... . . . . Effingham BS in Ed. Jr High Ed. Jr High Nlens Club. Jr High Ed Cluh Patricia Ann Forkner ,... ....... D ecatur BS in Ed: Business and Physical Education. Newman Cluh. N EA Marilyn J. Fowler ,.... ........ A urora BS tn Ed. Elem Ed. Panhellentc CounctlsVtce Pres.. Phi Alpha Eta. kappa Delta Pt Marching Band. Symphonic Winds. Sigma Kappa. ACE. SEA Thomas Owen Frahm ....... .... O akland BS.. Physics. Math. Economics. Physics Club4Vtee Pres. Susan Marie Frank ............. Chicago BS. Business. Marketing. Management. Alpha Gamma Del- ta. Homecomtn Committee. University Union Board. S WRHA. Nlarltettng Club Paula Frazier ,.,.....,...... Charleston BS in Ed, Elem Ed.. SEA. ACE. LSC Barbara J. Frederick ............ Dolton BS in Ed. Phys Ed. Health Ed. Marching Band. Concert Band, NN AA. WPEC Linda Louise Freiheit ........,... Canton BS in Ed. Zoology, Botany. Math. BBB. Zoology Seminar Lzldlzi Jean Erills . . . , Greenup S in Ed.Jr High Terry' I-rilts .............,., Toledo BS. tn Business. Marketing. Badminton Club -if 75 r .,, -Qi Mvwb - ' J ": .fm 1. gd:,!' E... , X - N-.,, N1-xv, l X 1 .. .. C. ,,.:,3 y X . M in I . , g 3 1-rv - 'l Y' l fl f ' gt X ffl7l it - - Q ,.',, ' . s. tr 1 if 'QQJG Q 5 x X V5-.Q Y 1 . .4 V rfii -.1 4 f' W ru K N - lr -- xl Q., V Q 253 S, Y l ,argl gfggf' Seniors Rodney' Fritz . . . . Rantoul B.S.g Recreation Leonard Frost , .............. Lovington BSL Physics. Math. Chemistry Phystts club Karen Fruin ........,, .... . . Paris B.,-X.. Soerology. Philosophy Janet Fuller . .,,.,........, Mt. Carmel BS.: Home Economics, Dietetics. HEA Cheryl Fundel .... .......... R oodhouse BS. in Ed.. Elem. Ed . Physical Ed: Alpha Sigma Alpha Robert Gahan ...........,,,.. Chicago B.S in Ed.: Social Science. History. English. Homecoming Committee. Neuman Club Luella Gallahue ...... ........ R antoul B.S. in Ed.. Artq Sigma Sigma Sigma. Weller Hall Art Committee Lana Gamble ....,,..........,. Urbana B.S. in Ed: Latin. Social Science. Englishg Latin Club. YR. BSU Dennis Gannon .,............ Charleston BS tn Ed. Speech. Social Studies, Pres, Phi lxappa Delta. Next man Club. Debate team. Speech Consultatixe Committee Marsha Garbe ,.......,... .... D ieterich B.S in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. Kappa Delta. YR. SEA. ACEI Ronald Garner ..,........... Blue Island B.S. in Ed.. Zoology. Botany: Zoology Seminar. BSL? Michael Garrison ...,...... Franklin Park B.S. tn Edo Music: Phi Mu Alpha. Stage Band. Symphonie W'lnds, Concert Choir Ronald Garrity ........,....... Stickney B.S.1 Business. Management: Track Team, Delta Sigma Phi. Taylor Hall Judiciary Council. Track Team Penelope Gebhart ....i....... Stonington B.S. in Ed.1 Home Economics: Womens Glee Club. Phi Alpha Eta. Home Economics Club. Kappa Omicron Phi. Kappa Delta Pi. Student Senator, Lincoln Hall House Counf cil. RA. Secondary Education Club. Junior Aide lor Grad' uauon Russell Geier ............ . . Wakefield B.S. in Ed.. Social Science. History Wolfgang Gerlach ...,... Munich. Germany B.S.: Botany, Chemistry. Beta Beta Beta. Botany Club. AIS After standing hours in book lines, students often amuse themselves by having fun with the younger generation of passers-by who frequent the campus. 325 326 .ludx Gerdauskx ...........,,.. Danville BS in kd. Elerri Ed, -Xrt. Social Selenee, Htrfhlsr, ACE. SE-X Pi Delta Epxilon. Nlelxtnnei Hall Niee-Pres. Htxlo- rlan. Homecoming committee. WA,-X. lntrardurni Coumll. Q Student Publications Board i Jean Geake ..,......., , . . Matthews. Mo sf' BS in Ld. Home lrwminiiex Sigma kappa, Home Leu' 7 fx,,N X --X, noniiex Lluh. Qanima Delta Peniherton Hall Louneil. v7- Homewming Committee X John Gharst ,...,. A . Edgewood B S. lnelaxlrial Teehnology Mark Giemelman ..,,.,,,..... Mt. Vernon l BS in lrd. Zoology. Botany. Jan B.ini.l. Zoo Seiiiiiiar ' Q N ,. A-V ,JM Donna Gilbert .....,,........ Chrisman wp. Iv B S in led, Xlathcmatiu. Home lwvi-vniiu ' f sue cilllll1,H'C A A A A . A A A Bondxille ' I l . B -X. Sociology. Pxtchology Y. Qs Charlex Glassmire ..... . . A Olney :E 4 B S . Nlalheriiatlew. liengraphi ' Elizabeth Glenn ..,A...,.,,.A Hazel Dell 1 B S in lzd . Zoology. Botany Zoo Seminar , 1 1 Patricia Glioltoni .,..,...,. Chicago Heights BS in lid. Nlatheiiiatiu, Botany Nlath Club. Standardx Nts, Chi D -of fl 4' Q, 1 0 I9 A 'Sr Council S- .lanet Golf ,A.....,......... Oak Lawn BS in Ld. Geography, Soeial Seieme. fi.ii1ima Theta lp- "' vlan. Choir gf Pamela Goken ...A.....,..AA... lvlorrim BS in Ld, Social Seienee. Hixtury Sigma lxappa-Triangle Correxpondent. History Llub Lana Golden ..A....... , Danville B S In l'd Buxiness, Soeial beieme i W' X """.,..P These two eo-edt eoneentrate hard to bring out the bent ol their lalentn to help the E.l.U. hand enliven hull-time activities. e X. 5-.' qpliv' f- 2 ,.,-uv' -vw- ,,..Q-vi 453,- Xl 2 1-. 'sti ff V' s 5 S sk ' 'Qi .,,.. A N - fd Q vos fp., 'S ign 'f?yt,.i B' P' , I ., Q , vi Q- A 'Ve' ' t 5 - 'KX f g D Wi. IK p-wx g 5 -agsylie' S' ' vxm' """lD 'Hrs -iii L...-Q 'un amos Nm, .,...--.- Senior Brenda Goldsmith ...... 4...., ,,,. H u ey BS, in Ed.. Jr. High Ed. SEA. .lr High Club. Ford Hall Council. lamsrin Hall Council Pamela Gooch ...... ...... W 'estcrn Springs B S in Ed. Math. Psychology. Sigma lxappa. Psxchologx Club Vice-Pres.. SEA. Math Club. Psi Chl ' I Donna Good ....... , , , , , Arfolg B S. in Ed.1Art. Math Pamela Good ,,,. ........... . Decatur BS in Ed. Elem Ed., Art. SAB-Special Etents Chairman. Homecoming House Dec Chairman. Alpha Gamma Delta. Parents' Weekend Chairman Ronnie Goodwin ....,,..,.... . Effingham B.S in Ed. Physical Ed., Health Ed. Drivers' Ed. Delta Chi Judith Gorlewski ..,...,........ Chicago BS, in Ed.: .lr. High Ed.. English. Math. SEA Paula Grabenstein ......,....... Danville B.S. in Ed.: Business Ed. English: Alpha Gamma Delta. Pep Band. Marching Band. SEA. WAA Synchronized Swim- ming Group Sylvia Gouwens .,........... South Holland BS in Ed.. Home Economics, Kappa Omicron Phi Re- cording Secretary. Kappa Delta Pt. HEC Sal? Grabbe ....,....,,...... Nokomis B, in Ed.: Elem Ed.. Biology Physical Ed.. Sigma Kappa ---Registrar. ACE. Warbler. WAA. Pi Delta Epsilon. SEA Jeanie Granger ...,... ..... C ollinsville B.S. in Ed. Eem Ed: Sigma Kappa Joan Green .....,.......... Princeton BS. in Ed.. Home Ee. in Business: Sigma Kappa. HEC. WAA. Kappa Omicron Phi. Junior Panhellenic Council Larry Green ,.................. Paris BS. Marketing. Student Senate. Delta Sigma Phi. Market- ing Club Mark Green ...... . . AFCOIH B S. Zoology. Chemistry Michael Green ............ Zionsville, lnd. B.S.3 Marketing: IFC Pres.. Sigma Pi Vice-Pres.. Pledge Trainer. Marketing Club. Greek Week Activities Chairman. Who's Who Among American Colleges and Uni- versities Fredrick Greer ........... . . Oblong BS. in Ed.: History. Social Science Carl Greeson ................... Neoga B.S. in Ed.: Social Science. History: Student Senate Vice- Pres. Taylor Hall South Executive Council James Gries ...... ......... . . Roanoke BS.: Industrial Technology: National Association for ln- dustrial Technologists David Grimes ......,,.......... Albion B.S. in Ed.: History. Social Science: History Club. SEA Lana Grimes ................ Decatur B.S. in Ed.: Elem, Ed.. English. Math: Lawson Hall Judi- cial Council. Alpha Gamma Delta. Panhellenie Council Vice-Pres. Gloria Grubaugh ............ Edwardsville B.S. in Ed.1 History. Social Science: Lawson Hall Secre- tary. History Club. Kappa Della Pi Gregory Gruenkemeyer ............ Salem B. . in Ed.1 Math. Business: Sigma Pi Historian. Vice- Pres.. Math Club. Track. Intramurals Michael Guidish .............. Nokomis B.S. in Ed.: P,E.. Business: Baseball. Intramurals. Pi Kap- pa Alpha Steghen Gudgel .............. Hoopeston B. . in Ed.: French. German: French Club. German Club. Glee Club. Oratorio Sharon Guilfoyle ............ . . Joliet B.S. ln Ed.: Jr. High Ed.. Library Science 327 Seniors Karen Ciumbel ..,.,,.,.,,..,.. Pexotum B5 in Ld Elem hd, English Social Science, Phi Sigma Q3 Epxilxonebocial Chairman Kenneth Guweyyelle . . B5 in ld hnslixh K David Guy man BS Buwinew. Xlanagcmenl Paulette Hacker BS in Ed Home Econnmiey, Charlea Hale . . .,.....,,. Worden Sciente Phi Sigma Epyilnn ,.... ...Paris Roodhouye . .,......., Decatur BS Buyine-y Aeeuunting. Nlanagement. Delta Sigma Pi. -Xcenunxing Club Nancy Hale .,,... . , Indianola B5 in ld Hem hd Diana Hall ..,...,..........,, Caholtia Bb in lid, Speech. Journalixni. lfarhlsr-Editor. Lum-rn .Num Debate. Diyeumon. kappa Della Pi. Pl Delta Epsilon Linda Hall ...,.....,........... Yale B S in kd Social Studies, Biological Science Doria Hamilton ,,.. , . . Charleston BS in kd Xlath. Englixh Puma Hancock B5 in hd Phyx kd lotvlugy. Pink Pantherx-Captain Michael Handley ..... BS Nlath Chemiytrx Phywicx Club Phywtcx Club ..,...,....Paris Health Lu, yyAA. vyPtC. ....,.,,Humboldt . Stgrna Tau Gamma. Nlath Cretia Hanlte ,.,.,.,.. .... , . , Hillsboro BS in lcd. Art. lrnglish. N-XL-K. r'-.ndreyu Hall Council, SEA. NE-X. IE-X Earl Hansen ..,. ......,.., W onder Lake B S, Botany. Businev Pi kappa Alpha-Home Manager. Botany Club. Nlarketinu Club. Intramurale. lrexhman- Nanny Vlrextling Beta Beta Beta Barbara Hardegty' ..........,... Enfield BS in lid. Busunewy lid. linglish, Pl Omega Pl Thomas Hardy .............,.. Golden BS, Buyineu. Nlarketing, Sigma Pi. Intramural Sports Phyllib Hare ........,....... Palestine B'S in hd. Home Econormu. Home hc Club Nancy Harmon ,..... , B 5 Bunn-:xx bd. Social Mlence Evelyn Harris . B 5 in lrd lrnglixh. Social Studies Jeanne Harrie ,,.,.,, . , BS in ld Spec: Thomax Harris B 5 in ld. Him. Robert Harris Virginia Harris as in ra Hum ta. tngirth Gerald Haryey , Kansas . . Olney . Kankakee Mt. Carmel . . Oakland . Clay City Villa Grove B5 in lid Phyyital lrd. Health Fdfllriser Ed, MFEC. N arxity C luh, Tratk Candi Haxhu ......,...,,....,. Decatur BS in lid, Elem ld Slgrna kappa. fslify ,ay , , is IL 1-v gs' I 9' 2 1 'Vi Xu' -,, 4' 1 . " 5 'C Q.. -v L? .,f, ya ., 1'-1 fx :b Q .J gf I '1 vm-an .a...,, FZ? V f it ,.-aa ...env- X ll' ..Q. Woe 1 ..,.L'7' . t, i f. A .3 .F-'T Ns ."- v A X -5 ? S r, b S .,,. t g -...T 3 V " -wg 'I eff- 2 ' Ri, tj? Q im.. Qi- :Lira Carol Haskell ....... Latham B.S. in Ed.: Art. WAA. NAEA, SEA, Mc- Kinney Hall House Council Mikalene Hathaway . . Danville B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ea.. NEA Stephen Hatten . ...... Toledo B. . in Ed.: Social Science. History Jeff Haugh ...... Mt. Carmel B.S.: English, French, Beta Psi, Kappa Delta Pi, Epsilon Gamma Chapter. Sigma Tau Delta Mary Hauskins ...... Ramsey B.S. in Ed.: .lunior High Ed.. Weller Hall House Council Cheryl Hausman . . Elmwood Park B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. ACH. WRA, Resi- dence Hall Assoc., Ford HaIlfHall Counf cil, Corridor Chairman John Havey ....... Springfield B.S.: Zoology, Chemistry. Radio WELH Karen Hawley . ..... Hillsboro B.S.-in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. Physical Ed.- Spanish. Lincoln Hall-Social Chairman, WRHA-Pres. Robert Hawkins ..... Wheaton B.S. in Ed.1 History. Social Science, Freshman football, History Club. Pi Kap- pa Alpha. Honorary History Fraternity Ronald Hayford .... Monticello B.S. in Ed.: Business, Zoology Robert Healely ....... DeKalb B.S. in Ed.: lem. Ed., Varsity Swim- ming. Taylor Hall-Student Government. Intramurals, Elem.-Junior High Men's Club Patty Heath ...... Bridgeport B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. UCM. McKinney Hall Council, ACH -an W' NWN ma, ,R . lt -.,.. QM Trombone player Wayne Dopke waits patiently to add his part to the marching band's half-time performance. Students find dancing a relaxing way to forget their worries for a few hours and to make new lasting acquaintances. 5 . 329 330 ames R Hebermehl J' , . t , . BS in Ed Zoology. Bolany Daxid Heclsel ,,.., BS. Business Xlarkcting. Economics. Sig Xlarketing Club Catherine A, Heelen ......... B S in Ed. English latin lsappci Delta Pi Loretta Heischmidl . , BS in Ed. Biology. lnglish Carol Helm . . , Bs in t-ti min ltl XR Gregory ls. Helm . . , . Danville . . . Chicago ma Tau fianinta. . . . Paris . . St. Elmo . . Hndltit ........,.Robinson Fam BS in Ed History, Si-cial Studies, Phys Linda Hemmerich ,........ B S In Ed. Zoology. Blllilnj, N R. SE-X Catherine .l. Helregel . BS in Ed, Home let lsappa Ornicron Phi. Beverly Henderson . . . BS in Ed.. Art. Psychology Linda S. Henderson . . . . . Palatine Newton HEA. sm . . Newton . . . Urbana BS, in Ed. Jr, High Ed.. English. History. Jr, High Club Sue Hendren ..............,,.. Albion B S tn Ed .Social Studies. SEA. ACE. YR Charles Hendrv .,.., , ..... Granite City BS Buslncas.'Nl.1rkcllng. Phi Sigma Epsilon-Secrctars. N arsity Golf. IFC lf' . q l -s 5- . '---s f v-,-1 -.Q '-r 1, Q 'Q '!"S in tb .i7'T"'TT '- F? x I! X 1 F I '71 XV John Louis Herbelt ..,... . , . Benton B S in Ed: Social Scienec. History Gui? R. Herbst ............ Elmwood Park B . Business. Management. WELH. lnlrumurals Steghen L. Hettinger ........ , . . . Tuscola B , in Ed.. Botany. nology. Botany Club Pumelu High , ..........,.... Westville BS in Ed.. Business, English. Business Club-Sec.. Kappa Dcllu Pt .lo Ann Higgins , , , ...,....... Charleston BS in Ed. Hem Ed.: Sigma Alpha Iota Ritti Hillc ........ , ........ Eflinghtim BS, in Ed- Business. English. Newman Club. Business Club .Iumcs Hinl ,..,.,.. ...... . . . Rtintoul B S.. Business Munugcmcnt. Dclta Sigma Pi Richard Hirsch ..,.....,... . . Lu Place Business. Accounting 'vs N:',f QI. x dir fy--cr' as x T7 ,..-.num yd x,- 01,5 r""" Dennis Hon .............. , . Crossville B.S. in Ed.: Math, Physics: Math Club, KME, Kappa Della Pi Everett Honegger .............. Watselga B.S. tn Ed.: Industrial Arts: Delta Sigma Phi. Industrial Arts Club Mary Honn . . . . Mahomet B.S. in Ed. Mary Hood ...............,. Charleston B.S. in Ed.: Home Economics: HEA. Gamma Delta Janet Hooser ...... ,............. C ary B.S. in Ed.: Math, Physical Ed., Chemistry: Math Club. Kappa Mu Epsilon. WPEC. Delta Psi Kappa. UCM, Kappa Delta Pi, Band, Lawson Hall Council. Phi Alpha Eta Judith Hoover ..,.. . .......... Watseka B.S. in Ed.: History. Social Science: History Club. WAA. SEA P H ...... . . . G ff Egingiginess Ed. e Sue Housh .......... . . Olney B.S, in Ed.: Home Economics Seniors Michael Htte ,... ........ . . . Bement B.S.: Business. Business Management Nancy Hite .....,.. . . . . River Forest B.S in Ed.. Elem, Ed Mary Hixon ......... ........ C hicago B.S in Ed.. Elem. Ed.: Homecoming Committee. SAB. Pan- hellenic Council. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi. Who: Who Martha Hoelscher . ........,.. Teutopolis B.S, in Ed.: Spanish, Zoology. Botany: Spanish Club Duane Hoevet ............... Grant Park B.S: Business. Accounting: Accounting Club Mary Hoekstra ............ Downers Grove B.S. in Ed. Elem. Ed.. Mathg Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Beta Alpha Linda Hogan .................. Canton B.S in Ed.1 Math. English: Math Club. SEA Susan Hogue ................. Lincoln B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed.. Kappa Delta Pi Curtis Holliman .... . ....... Schaumburg B.S.: Business. Management. Varsity Wrestler .loByce Hollingsworth . ...... Vermilion Grove .S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. Social Studies: English Marsha Hollis .......... . ..... Lansing B.S. in Ed.. Elem. Ed.: Alpha Gamma Delta-V,-Pres.. Panhellentc Council-Sec. Jerome Holstein ............. Mt. Carmel BS. in Ed.: History. Social Science: Kappa Delta Pi. Hts- tory Club, SEA was -mv gm . . . ,. . , Y., Z5 L-n 'F if 5 A N4-1? ..,, Q.. Q. 331 332 t KI if, , s 9. The International Fair brings many foreign students together to share the experiences they have at Eastern and in their homelands. Seniors Carol Hourigan .....,.,..,... Effingham B S in l'd. Physical bd. Health hd. Drixer ld , NX RA. NN PII, Pink Panthers. Sl X lNeuman Club Allan Houser .,..,..........,. Pesotum BS in lid, Theatre, Zoolugyalinglish. Theatre Guild Dennis Hovde .,....,.......,.. Roselle BS in Ed. Spevvh. Social Sciencel Tau Kappa Epsilon Linda Howe .... , , . . . ....... . Latham Sandra Howell .......,....... Waukegan BS, in Ed. Speech Correction. Sigma Kappa-Treas. Kap- pa Delta Pi Susan Howell ,,.,. .......... , , Urbana B,S in Ed.. Home Economics. kappa Omicron Phi, RA. Home Economics Club. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowshtp Steve Hubbartt . ,...... ...... T aylorville BS. Zoology. Chemistry-Political Science. Freshman Baseball Christine Huber ......,...,,,.. Mattoon BS.. Medical Technology. Chemistry. Pre-Medical Assoc Carol Huffman ............ . . Springfield B S in Ed, Social Science. History, SEA ..Cenlralia Thomas Huggins . A , , BS in Business. Accounting Logan Hughes .,.... . . Charleston BS, in Ed. Math. Physics Nancy Huls .............,.... Gifford B S In Ed.. Junior HIQ1 Ed. Homecoming Committee. SAB, Sigma Kappa 111 -Q -er- " f-1:1-vs-2 ' F A "t' '- , .,lf"5- :' . .-,. 55"- Y f. 38 V ,. E ' l' ' Va fl . 1 ,,"!Jf?" . N '. 1- .V , , I we ' spin? . "' 4,51 , "W - 'Wir .' , Y.. Jtttfhsgy, ,v9,b.,gt.tttt,.t 4 I , f.1???f'f1r5:n,tgG5 ttEl55t5lll"g gf t ' .4-'fu2'f'.ftHa tlelietg, " X M' f'frl'l'tf:',itlhwftl mais. - l l X l ' 1 '-2 T Will! A tolliwtl1f.w:':1 -Q 1, ., ' ' "t' 2 , A.:":1 lj ' A z . ' W' it 9 ,jp 'W 'T '!"'., nl " 'U . - " we .ar 2 ' lg " , Q" 2 ' A 41 ffl ' . . Q l mai sf ' t ., .5 1 1. Q:-as-ga? ,Q Eggs: Kathy Humphrey . . J' U Danny Hundley . . . B.S.: Math. History. Sctc Donald Hurst ..... B.S. In lid. Moth. Art Michael Hurt . . . .. BS in hd.: Comprchcnsi . "" 1-if James Husk ...... W 5 in Ed.. Geography, ' ff Richard Hutchinson B.S. tn Ed.: Zoology. Basketball William Hutton . . . B.S. in Ed.: Zoology. Bot I K N . x :iii we E . N ti , I C, Clifton Ibbotson . . . s S . 'X ii i NA 5 V t f William Imboden . . af' ft Treasurer WF s Ec. Club. Jr. High Major Marilyn Irvin .... B.S. in Ed.: History, Soc Janice Irwin ..... B.S. In Ed.: Elem. Ed. A Q' -1 Community James Isley ..... J X-vw: . B.S. in Ed.: Zoology. B.S. in Business: Market Roger Jackson . . . B.S.: Psychology. Sociolo 4-nfl? xx. V1 . '3"f' Jac ueline Janda . . Lois Jandris ..... B.S. in Ed.: Junior High as if 2- "-' 'ft' tk lk Thomas Jandris . . . Kenneth Janowski . B.S. in Ed.: Industrial Jacgueline Jaques . . if Y' Warbler Slaff u9e9.1oy, -jx-,324--,f ' Alan Jarand .... . P-,,-xl.,-fn' HSE B.S. in Ed.: Zoology. Bot '-,.,-- B.S in lid.: Speech. Iznglish. Duhtttc. Pi cussion. Spcukcik Bureau. B.S. in Ed.: Industrial Arts: B.S. in Ed.: Business Ed.: .Iohn Jachtno ............... . . . Mark Jackson ................ . . . . Chicago lxttppu Dultzt. Dis- SLA ...Olney ncc Club . . , . . Muttoon ..............Casey vc Bttslc Business: YR . . . . .......... Salem English: Intramurals ............Wheaton Physical Ed.. Botany: Freshman ............Mattoon any: Zoology Seminar ..........WestSalem Delta Sigma Phi, Epsilon Pi Tau ...........Jacksonville B.S. in Business: Marketing: Goll Team. IFC. Delta Chi- , W Barbara Ingram ................ Arcola TLS:-n B.S. in Ed.: English, Business: Student Wives. Sigma Tau Delta Linda Inman ...........,....... Casey B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed. tEngIishl. Home Economics: Home s Club . . . . . . . . . McLeansboro ial Science ............Marshall rtL RA. WAA, NEA. ACH. Newman ...........Bellwood Gamma Delta-Vice Pres. Chicago Botany: Phi Sigma Epsilon-Pres.. Sec., IFC. Greek Week Committee. Student Senator talternatel . Decatur ing ..Decatur EYC Psych Club Beverly Jacobs . ............. Dieterich B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: SEA. Lawson House Council ..........LaGrane B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed.. Health: Kappa Delta. WAA, APEC . . . . . . . . Downers Grove Ed.3 Alpha Gamma Della. Delta Psi Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, WRA. Badminton Club ......... . Westchester B.S. in Ed.: PEM. English: WPEC, Badminton Club ...........Northlake Arts. Driver Education: SEA, IAC ............McHenry B. . in Ed.: English. Journalism: Alpha Sigma Alpha-Pres., Easlern News ............Bethany any: Zoo Seminar 334 Seniors Nlark Jefferson ....,.,,.,.. Darien. Conn. BS, Business. Nlanagcment. EX -X. Xlarketing Club. Xlan- agement Cluh Robert Jensen .......,....., Springfield B S Business. -Xccounting. Nlanagement. Narsity Football. Tau kappa Epsilon Gay Jerzyclst . ..,......,,, ,,.. J ollet BS tn Ed, History, Social Science, History Club. SEN. Dorm Council. Dorm Secretary Intra-dorm Council Rudol h John ..,.,.. ,...., ....,, E l gin B S. Economics. History. WR, Economics Club Margaret Johnske ...,........,., Bervs yin BS in Ed Hem Ed. Alpha Gamma Delta-Treas. Pink Panther -Xssit Treasurer-Lavtson Hall. XR htfs KN ho in kmertcan Colleges and L ntterstlies Clifford Johnson .....,.,....... Sheldon B S in Ed. Industrial Arts. Epsilon Pi Tau Sec. l.-XC Earl Johnson ............,.. Effingham BS Physics, Nlath. Economies Physics Cluh Jay Johnson ,.........,.,. . . . Slreator Bs in Ed. Physical Education. Drtters Ed, Health Ed. Xarsity Club, NIPEC Judith Johnson ......,.....,. Effingham BS in Ed Llent Ed. Geography. Library Science. SEA. ACE. LSC Lawrence Johnson ..,...,,.... Fairfield BS in ld. History. Social Science, Pi lxappa -Xlpha. His- tory Club Rebecca Johnson .,.....,...... Mattoon BS in Ed Business Ed Qomprehcnstse Phi Beta Lamb- da. Pt Omega Pt Robert Johnson ............ McLeansboro B -K. Economics. History. Sigma Pt Jr Marshall Sandra Johnson ...,....,...t.. Decatur BS in Ed Hem Ed. Sigma Sigma Sigma Thomas Johnson ..........,.... Cahokia BS. Business Ntanagcrnent, Phu Sigma Epsilon Ginger Johnston .,,,..,...... Taylorville BS Niedical Technology Martha Jones ...,..,..... . . Jerseyville BS in Ed Hem Ed ACE, SEA. Band kappa Delta. Gamma Delta Vlesley Foundation Brenda Jones ..., . . Newton B S. Stoiclulogy Htstory Connie Jones ...,......,,,,, Edgewood BS in Ed, Elem Ed. Lthrary Science. Speech Correc- tion. Alpha Beta Alpha Pres. LSC Trcas. SEA. BSL Publicity Kathy Jones ................ Louisville BS an Ed Speech Pathology. -Xudiology. l-,lem Ed. Sigma Eta Lambda. Speech Pathology and Audiology Club. Lincoln Hall Homecoming Committee Marls Joy .......,,.......... Hillsboro BA. Political Science. History, Pt Sigma Alpha. YD, Htss tory Club Tvlary Jurcin ...,.,......... West Union BS in Ed Business Education. Social Science, Phi Beta Lambda, SE-X Paul Jurgia ,.,.. , ...,. . .Chicago Heights BS in Ed, Business Education Gail Jurgel . . ..... , . Charleston as in eu Delores Justice .,...,....... Carlinville BS in Ed. Music. Sigma Alpha Iota. MENC. Band. Chorus. Chamber Singers s ,H 1 y -sn. Q-4 3'3" :RQ 'Uh 15 I 5- .7 113 r' v . ' ' NS-.ta -3 "e-'tv 0 'fl S" OE fi. u-. Wf Q..-y 'J we an-'Q -r Often students take time out from their studies to chat with a friend who has come to the library for research purposes or a quiet place to study. William Justice ........ ...... D anville B.S in Ed.: Physical Ed.. Health Ed.. Football Rosane Kaczor .....,.......... Chicago B.S. in Ed.: Art: Pi Delta Epsilon. Kappa Delta. Panhellenic Nancy Kaitschuk .........,. Campbell Hill B.S. tn Edg Elem. Ed.: Lincoln Hall House Council Lucille Kappler ...... ..... . Edwardsville B.S. in Ed.: lem. Ed.: ACE. SEA. McKinney Hall Judicial Council Robert Kasten ........ . ..... Wood River B.S. tn Business: Marketing: Alpha Kappa Lambda. Market- ing Club. Baseball, Varsity Club Wesley Kautzi ............ . . . . . Morton BS. in Business: Management-Marketing: Pi Kappa Alpha, IFC. Marketing Club. Student-Faculty Apportionment Board William Keer ............... Calumet City B.S. in Ed.: Zoology-Botany Rebecca Keigleyl ............... Urbana B.S.: Sociology. ealth: Delta Zeta. Homecoming Football Greeter. WAA, Student Senator, Sociology Club Diana Keiser ............... Litchfield B.S. in Ed.1 Business Ed.. English: Pi Omega Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, SEA. Gamma Della. Andrews Hall-Treas. Ross Kellan ................. Lombard B.S. in Ed.: Music: Symphonic Winds, Marching Band-Drum Major, Orchestra. Phi Mu Alpha. Jazz Band Sharon Kelly ................ . Latham B.S. in Ed.: Business Ed., English: Alpha Gamma Delta, WAA Janice Kelsey .,.,...... .... . . Mattoon B.S. in Ed.: P ysical Ed.. Health Ed,-Zoology: WAA. WPEC. YR 336 People natchmg ix a Iawrite lXlNlll'llC af illumtrated by thnx ed nho lteepx .tn eye on happenmgx in the L mon . .. , .1 .f -1.5 , ,-. I Vs 1. 4 1 1 1 4. 1 r r l t... Rita liennedx .,,,..,...,... Joliet BS. Pulittcal'Scir:nce. History. Chemistry Larry Kent ...... . . . . . Fairfield BS in Bustnem. -Xccnuntlng Thomas Kersten , ...,,... Ashton BS in led. Businev Education. Physical Edu- cation-lznglish. Tennix. Intramurals Cheryl lxeyser .,.....,.... Cisne BS in Ed. Speech. Library Sclenceg Debate, Pi kappa Delta. l.ibrar5 Science Club, Treax. BSU. Prex. WELH. Alpha Bela Alpha. lllinms Sldlvl BSL' Treax. Speech Concultatixe Louncil Robert Kile ........... Redmon BS in Business. Accounting. Management. So- ciety lor the Adiancement ol Management Kathleen Kimlel ....... Shelbyville as in hd. Elem Ed. SEA. WAA Dawn King .........,.... Toledo BS in Ed: Business. Social Science Ellen Kina .....,....... Peoria BS in Ecl: Elem Ed. ACEI. SEA. Mekinney Hall. Hut. Treas Linda King .............. B S in Ed, English. Social Science, Sigma Sigma Sigma. NEA. Eastern's Volunteer Projects Steven Kinnev .......,. Taylorville BS. ZrmIug5.'Alph.1 Phi Omega. Prex. Sergeant of Nrnn. Xarxity Tenn:-. Botany club. Zoology NCIHIUAI' Linda Kip .......... Chamgaign BS in Ed? Speech. Art. Sigma Sigma Igmil. Pres. Dnscuwon. Debate. Speech Council. PumPom. Campus Crusade lor Christ Michael Kirkpatrick . . . . Salem B History. Pcunoniics '53 .-Q-1 kd' CCL, X V' K gs, .,-. g KI'-L. S7 Us 1 x -4 'S .zz 5 , 4 wx.-:rf .llc l. .1 i 1 . . QI. .-.. -we ' 5 .-an ,os 1 -X n 1 I 4 X-5 'S 't 1' E Q6 t' lb ie ' 'M' 1:1 , is x ii til 9 ' if illfrp ' .M rj 5 : L ,aut MLW 1' L 5 I ,L , ir ig AR t . vena... . ' Vfiiil e X 3"t'm 5... 3 .- W if Ie t 4 ii? - Wit s. We it-1 V I X I Seniors Corrine Kirsch ......,...,...,. Lansing BS in Ed.: Elem Ed.: Marching Band. Concert Band. ACL. SAB Brenda Kiseleoski ...... . B S. in Ed.. Business Vocational Gerald Klein ,............. . Waltonville . , . . . Flora B.S.: Psychology. Chemistry: Newman Community. Psy- chology Club Cathy Klem ....,.......,... . . . Chicago B.S in Ed. Elem Ed.. Library Science. Alpha Beta Alpha Lamson Hall - Sec. Pres. Joanne Klimek , ..,....... . . . . Chicago B.S. in Ed: Business Vocational. Phi Beta Lambda. SEA John Klimkowicz B.S.. Nlanagement Michael Klinnert . . . B.S.: Psychology. Psi Chi . . . Chicago . Dundee Suzzanne Kloker . . .,... ,.... . . . Kansas B.S. in Ed.: Botany. Zoology. Home Economics: BBB - Sec.. Botany Club - Sec. Zoology Seminar. Kappa Delia Pr Harold Knautz .............., Algongutn B.S. in Business. Accounting: Pt Kappa Alpha Nancy Knobeloch . ..,........ Mascoutah BS. in Ed.: Mathematics. Physics. Kappa Mu Epsilon. lxap- pa Delta Pi. Phi Alpha Ela. Math Club. SEA. RA Charles Koehler ................ Salem B.S. in Ed.3 History, Social Science: History Club Tonsy Kohrtg ................... Salem B. . in Ed., Industrial Arts: lndustrtal Arts Club. Home- coming Commtttee. Delta Chi. IFC Renata Konecny . . B.A.1 English, History . . Mokena Edward Kopecky ............... Chicago B.S. tn Ed.: hystcal Education, Biology: Swim Team. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Varsity Club, MPEC Nancy Kowalski ....,.......... Chicago B.S. in Ed.: Business Educ.: SEA. Phi Beta Lambda Linda Kozer ............,.. Edwardsville B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Educ.: Kappa Delta Pi. ACE. SEA, Gam- ma Theta Upsilon Keith Kraegel ............ Calumet City B.S. in Business: Management: Delta Sigma Pi - Historian. Social Chairman Patricia Kraucunas ........... Edgewood B.S. in Ed.: Business Educ.: Newman Club Karen Krek ................ Collinsville B.S. in Ed.: Historv. Social Science: History Club - His- torian. WRHA. SEA Melvin Krieger ................ Chicago B.S. in Business. Accounting: Swim Team - Co-Captain. Pi Kappa Alpha. Student Senate. Varsity Club Bett Kuhn ............. . . Cissna Park BSX in Ed.: History, Social Science Janet Kuhns ........,..,..... Decatur B.S.: Home Economics in Businessi Sigma Kappa - Scholar- ship Chairman. Historian, Kappa Omicron Phi. American Home Economics Association. HEA - President Colleen Kuknyo .............. Thornton B.S. in Ed.: Chemistry, Mathematics: ACS - President. Kap- pa Mu Epsilon. Kappa Delta Pi, Consultative Council for Instruction Leona Kulik .............. South Holland B.S. in Ed.: History. Social Sciencel YD, Economics Club - President, Kappa Delta Pi. Pi Sigma Alpha, History Club 337 338 0 s Senior Arlene Kull ,,,.. , . . . Strasburg BS in Ld Business, l-nglish William lxull ...A.., . . Mattoon B A Hisinrs Political Sctcnte Dennis lxuraselt . . . ,,,, , , , Champaign B5 in Business Nlarketing Sigma Pt. Xlarltettne Lluh. lntramurals Lock ort Nltchael lsurtyals ..,,, , , . . . p BS in ld Xlusic Phi Nlu Alpha Stntttnia Urchestra Ssni- phttnit Hinds. Nlamhtng Band, .lan Band Lynda Ixtd .,..,.....,. Lake ln The Hills B S in ld Spanish, Xlusic. Spanish Cluh. lxappa Delta Pt. Sigma llelta Pi Lhamher Singers, Concert Lh-Jtr. Orattsrits Chorus Douglas LaBelle .,.....,......,. Zion BS in Business Xlanagemcnt Phi Sigma Lpsxltsn. l--nthall. Intramurals Gan Laeltes .....,....,. . . Oblong BS in l-tl. Social Science. Histurt Nancs Lake , . ,,.,,,.......... Newton BS in ld Physical ld. Health ld. kappa Delta Pi William Lair .,,... , . ,,,. ..... O ttawa B S in Ld Speech, ,luurn.tlisn1. NN LLH-Sports Director. fumrn Xt-ut-Sports Lditor Sigma Pi Pi Delta lrpsilon. Wh s t it tt il. Lam lsvting-Chee .,,..,,,.... Hong Kong B -5. Lconomics Histturxskrt. lxonomics Club. -XIS Betty Lamb .,,.,...,..,........ Paris BS in ld Business ld. Phi Beta Lamhda Dee Lambert ......4,..,.,..., Kankakee BS. Xlath. Histors 'Xlpha Phi Omega, Student Senator, In- tramurals. Nlath Lluh lr High Xlen's Club Mark Lammers ,..,..... ,... N ew Baden BS in Business, Nlanagement. Psxeholttgs Karen Lammle ..,.......,..... Fisher BS In Ld, Speech Pathology-Hem Ed, Sigma Eta lamb- da. ACL Gregorw Lane .......,..,...... Sullivan BS, History. Jr Hiyt Men's Club. Intramurals, Thomas Hallalisecutite Council William Lane ........,....... Sullivan BS in Ld. Physical Ed. Health Ed-Driters Ed. Phi lep- silon kappa. Football Martha Lange .....,., . . Hume BS in Business, Accounting Marilyn Lapinski ............. Madison B S in Ld . Lnglish. Psychology. Lincoln Hall House Qouneil Donna Large .........,.,,... Owaneco BS in Ld. Physical Ed. Health Ed-Drivers Ld. Alpha Gamma Delta. WAA. WPLC Louise Larson ,....... ....... C harleston BS in Ld. Elem Ld. ACL. Alpha Sigma Alpha- Adswsur Steghen Larson . ...,.......... Rockton B in lid. Business Ed. Pllyslnal led, Bilslxtllltttll. Golf. Sigma Pi-Treas George Lary ................ Westville BS in Business, Management. YD. Phi Beta Lamhda. Delta Sigma Pt. Society for the Advancement nl Management Michael Lavery ....... , , , . . Decatur BS in Edu History, Social Science Barbara Laur .... ..,....... M t. Vernon ES in Edt Business Ed. Pink Panthers, Alpha Gamma Cl! 'Q 5 : . , st ' tr -jf , X all , .L V 6 A yea HL.. - 43, , if an V" 'fuk v-vu -. ... rv- f xa -Q, C-9,1 F Na we Wiiis luv ,N s F X59 L... vb! ,dv '01 -Q tw, .f- lange 1 .nr ,sw 3.2 " ,sf fi ...X 5, ,.-- w-v fag L 5 QM an f Qu....i E 1 .- 7-1 2, 44 -5 fi . X A .41 S i. rs.: t V! ' 223 , a f f .X f' -v. ff lf: I 'st sae . y - 4 Qs 'P -s . 4- .R l -. f P. ' " If ' M ... ' 1 ,. V A ..A, ,X X4 2' i ik 'ii - :iii T it I. i , 5 Ia, Av.. uw f ---"N" ' we rv a. ., 5, y IQ.-1 Ez .T - V, .- '51 K, I L . V ,X .K K' . Q .1 tifk . l 'EOS ' N ' t sag t X x X ts Carol Lawson , ....,.......,.. Mattoon B.S in Ed.. Elem Ed. Consultaliye Council on Adniinislra- tion Shirley Layman ............,.., Hildago BS in Edg Music: Choral Ensembles. Sigma Xlpha luta Robert Layton .........,...,.. Decatur B S ln Ed. ,lr High Ed. ,lr High Mens Cfluh Dennis Leaf .,,....,,.,...,,.... Olney ES in Ed. Mathematics. Physical Education. Delta Slum.: hi Marjorie Mavis . ....,.,, . . Freeport BA., French. Spanish. French Club Jeannie Lefler .............,, Thornton BS Ed. Elem, Ed. Physical Education. Alpha Gainnia Delta. House Chairman. Activities Chairman. Head ,lunior Aide. SEA. WAA. Student Senate Sec. Homecoming Parade and Pep Rally Chairman Floyd Leonard ...........,,., Westville BS in Ed.: Zoology. Botany. Phi Sigma Epsilon Charlene Nelson Lessley .,,,...... Sparta BS in Business. Comprehensive Secretarial. kappa Della i George Lester .......,.... . . Buffalo B S in Ed. Social Studies. English Connie Leverich .......... , . Danville B S in Ed. English. Spanish-Psychology Janis Lewis ...,......, . . Galesburg B S. in Ed, Social Science. History Michael Lewis ......,....,... Galesburg BS in Ed.. Physical Education. Health-Driver's Educationl Football, Tau kappa Epsilon, Varsity Club. MPEC Charles Lewis ..,........... Charleston B.S in Ed,. Speech. Psychology: Pi Kappa Delta. WELH. Men's Glee Club, Band. Wesley Foundation, lntertarsity Christian Fellowship Bill Liang ....,,,......... Park Forest BS ln d.1 Physical Education. Health - Drivcr's Educa- tion. Varsity Soccer. RA, Delta Sigma Phi. MPEC-Vice' Pres. Varsity Club. Intramural Wrestling Champion Nancy Lidy ...,............. Effingham B.S. Family Services Jeffrey Lindsey ............. , Mahomet B.S. in Ed.g Zoology. Botanyi RA. Intramurals, Zoology SCl'TllnLlI' Basketball fans are attending more games this winter than in past seasons to cheer the Panthers on to victory an encouraging surge in Eastern spirit. 340 XX illmm lighlhgill ...Clinton BN iii id Indux.1ri.ii Xrlx SPX Mic-I'rcx. Imipyui Dcim Pi lpxiiiiii Pi LL lu, Thwmm lmlxux . , Chicago BN Nl,i'ruli"g TAL kiif'g'.4lgN:iii1 N.1m'y Linn , . , . . Danville B S lkuhiviiigy liiulixh Ik: 4 hi .-Xliuc Little , . Nldrxlmll B 5 vi la--'ww 5i.mi1.imX L ,im i Ronald liulc , , ..., Rgmloul B N H10 "rv X.. -im F: I,-iriiwiim Xhuhing B.im1 Liimy' H,.m1 mivpriiinik XLMV l.i.'.' Hind. hx-iiiniing L1,i'- R X Lind.i lluxcilxn . ..,.,, ,....,. 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"J - ---' . fu, Q Ne- A ' gi' K ' gi-f - im fi! 'if QQ. if 14 L, i Sf' b 5 f -...f 4 . .. "V,-:wgw , , f's1s:f!2xw-.Q yx JA-Z-R,QQ ingtgf X . , . W . -. .V f-fi - ..,iili:.- .Q if.. 'Iii XX 151' .. ,nf .xx N 2. nl, i. uf' ' Dimmu Iunuimm Npiinwrud by lriilcrnilicx and wruriliux nI'I'cr idcul -ippimriuniiiux lu SOCi1llilC with olhcrs und speak wcll for the Greeks, ,fi V. 'UH o N 4-' c 41- 'V' A 1' ,f S ,W .N . . ..... .. .WC 5 s l V' . ,.. U.- .. . ..- i -Q i in -re 3555 N , pf N IPS 'U kg! 1"':r ,na e' ' , Wy X A t ' 5 l - g O p""' Q ta. x. 'R-r 3 'P Navel ' vt rl y ,HA Tf!'32' .. .T . '.,.. 1, zl' .- ,gy-T3 ' ,- .-'Five E U Juv. r 'R g Seniors Darryl Bert Lundholm ...,,..... Rockton BS in Ed.: Spanish. History: Tau lxappa Epsilon. Niece Pres.. House Manager Carolyn Luttrell . . ....Odin Herman Lyle ............,.. Mt, Carmel B.S.3 Zoology. Chemistry. ACS. BBB. Pre-Nlcd Cluly. lay' lor Hall South Treas. Zoology Semrnar James Maddamma .....,... Chicago Heights B S: 'ylarketingg Intramural Sports Danny Makaryk . . B.S. in Ed: Art David Mamer ........ BS.. Busrness Management Gloria Mamer . .,... . BS in Ed.: English. Speech Cheryle Mann ,...,... ....... . Markham . Kankakee . Kankakee Charleston BS. in Ed.: Jr. High Educatton1 Jr, High Club. SEA Jacgue Mannakee . , . B. rn Ed.: Art. NAEA . . Decatur Catherine Mans ...,.....,... Collinsville B.S,. Medical Technology. Chemistry: Pre-Med Association Ste hen Mansfield ...,.......... Decatur B. . in Ed.: Busrness. Social Science. Intramurals. Thurnae Hall Corridor Chairman Linda Mantle .....,, .....,., B elleville BS.: Sociology. History. Sociology Club. Pemberton Hall Council Jeanette Markunas ....,..... BS.: Zoology. Chemistry and Sociology: ciation Kenneth Marr . . MA.. History Maureen Marshall ..,.. B.S. in Ed.: Business. English Wesley Marshall .,...,...... . . Elmhurst Pre-Nled Asso- . . Manteno . Oak Lawn . , Rochelle B.S.1 Math. Physics: BSU program charrman, Baptist Training l.'mon pres.. Nlath Club. Physics Cluh David Martin ...... . . Mattoon B.S.: Chemistry. Math Deanna Martin .......... . . Paris B.S. in Ed.: Business. English: SEA Linda Martin ........ . ...... Mt. Olive B.S. in Ed.: Social Sciences. History: COHR. Weller Hall Treas. and House Council Wa ne Marting .............. Mt. Vernon B. , in Ed.: History. Social Science: Delta Sigma Phi. Foot- ball, Baseball ' Judith Matsel , ................. Carmt B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Dorm Corridor Chairman and Standards Council Linda Matthes ............,.... Chicago B.S. in Ed.: Elem, Ed., English and History G.L. Matthews ......... B.S. ln Ed.: Speech. Physical Ed, . . Pawnee John Matulis ............... Oak Lawn B.S,: Marketing. Management: Intramurals. Marketing Club 341 342 Seniors Donna Xlaureiio .,... .,..,.. O 'I-allon BS in Ld kngliwh. Library Science XCE. .lr High Klub Diane Nlayer .....,,..,,...,. Champaign BS Nlarkeiing Xlarkeiing Lluh Newman Club Larry Mayae ....,... ,.., . . . Springfield BS in td. Physical Ed, Hcalih Ldneaiion. Crow Louniry, Tracl.. Narxily Club William McClain ,..,. BS in Ld. -Xccounling. Phyyical Ld Mary NlcClanahan . . B S' in Ld -Xrl Sarah McClelland .........., B S in Ld. Hiyiory. Soeial Seienee. BSL Sharon NlcClinLocly .,,. BS Home Economicy HEX John McCloskey .... B S Nlarlieiing . . Monlrome . Charleston . , Odin . Deealur . , Chicago . . . . .Olympia Fields Ed S eech. Jourryaliyni huiern .Mori Hurhlur, Joweph McCoy .,..,.., BS in . p Neuman Club Sharon NlcDannel .44,, .....,......Geff BS -Xecouniing, Phi -Xlpha ha-Serin.: Chairman, Della Nlu Della , , , . . . . . Lakewood BS in Ld. Home Economics, Biological Science, Hb,-X, Marilyn McDonald .... kappa Omicron Phi Carol McDonough ,......,.. ..,. D undee BS in Ld. Elem Ed. Leeilian Singerx. Hlrrhln -XCL. SL.-X, KK -XA. Sigma kappa - Philanlhropiei. Song Chairman. Ford Hall C ouncil Carole McFarland ....,.... . . Marloon BS in Ed. Elem Ed. Library Science John Nlclnlyre .,......,...,.. Rockford BS Nlarleling. Alpha kappa Lambda Rulh Vlclnlyre ..............,... Olney BS in Ld. Llern Ld. Lihrary Science, Spanish. Library Science Cluh, Spanixh Cluh Gareld Mckee .,,,,..,......, Malloon BS. Nlarlierng. Sociology. LXA. Marketing Cluh, Sociology Cluh Sher ry' McKee ...,.. B S in hd, Home lcononixu. Jomeph Mckenzie .,... BS in led, Zoology, Botany Francis Nfckeown . . BS, -hcouniing Pamela McKinney ..,. BS in Ld. lcnglixh. Huyinew. Lnglixh C luh S encer Mckinney 'si-A, 'Hia' New man . . Robinson . . Guys . . . Clinton Lawrenceville Lluh. latin Lluh. Lon view 4 ,.,.,,.. . .... g QS Reereaiion Recrealionl luh-Prey , Phi Iepxilon kappa Jeffery Mchlorris .............. Tuscola BS, Nlarkeiing. Sieyeri-on lower-lixeeulive Council. Tay- lor llallvleyeeuiiye Counul. Social Chairman Jamea Meharry' ,..,..,........ , Catlin BS, Zoology. Chermslry Delia C hi. Zoology Seminar Linda Meisner ...,........... Raymond BS in hd. Iznglixh. lren-,h Neuman Club. French Cluh. SLA 'Uh ..V. o. Y' fv -. www, 1' 'f' 'egg Y .ly Q,- ,. -xv rg, or ss- ' X --. Xi my "J uv' ig V- W'-YS " ' "S ,'," f-L I Q in 1 y ,W an Jn , wr X ' , w--j 35 - Q- L-1 C: .14 - if ' ,- if . - ef' ' . s ' 'V 5 X . X 451- sv . . El "HTTP 4 -l. .nl ' 'i'Y'7?Y?Ytt ,X ' ' .., 3. . Vx . . nA. an c . f' t I ET ' as .1-as -nu .. .Me . ,s X. , . ., a , ,A , fl" 6 it f' n ' 6191- X 1 ' ,fx 1' ,Z S ' 1 XM X... ww' Larry Mensehel . . . . . Milford B.S. in Business: Management: Delta Sigma Pi-See. Kathleen Merigis . . Charleston B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: ACEI. Neuman Club. Kappa Delta. Eaxlern .N'ew.t'-ad- vertistng Alan Merry ........ Bement B.S. in Ed.: History. Social Science Susan Mertz ..,.. Granite Citg B.S. in Ed.. Spanish, French: SEA. WEL record librarian. WAA Sandra Meyer ..... Grant Park B.S. in Ed.: Bus. Ed.. Social Science: Kappa Della, Phi Beta Lambda Annette Merz . . , . . Effingham B.S. in Ed.. Elem Ed.: Alpha Sigma Alpha Susan Michels ...... Madison B.S. in Ed.: Psychology. English: Kappa Delta-Pres. Kenneth Midkiff ....,.. Toledo BA. in Ed.: History. Philosophy. French Speaker, Student Senate, Athletic Board Academic Evaluation Board James Mies ....... Saunemtn B S. in Ed.: Zoology, Botany: Botany Club. Zoo. Seminar. IFC. Freshman golf. Delta Sigma Phi Jerrol Mikeworth .... Robinson B.S. in Ed.: Botany. Chemistry. Zoology: Circle K Club. Zoo. Seminar Ctnda Miles .... Lawrenceville B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: ACE-Sec-Treas.. WRHA. Weller Hall. House Council. Kap- pa Delta Pi. RA Brenda Miller ..... Mt. Carmel B.S. in Ed.: Social Studies. Home EC,- Health Ed,1 SEA. ACE 9-iii t i n 1: 02 I if if This band member shows his enthusiasm during a football game by beating his bass drum to emphasize Panther cheers. Students are often intrigued by the many figure designs and paintings present in the Paul Sergeant Art Gallery. 3 . l I F 5 2 . Q- . 1,9 . Ei it . l . gl ink, 343 Carl Nliller ,,........ 44..... , Toledo BS lndo-tri.il Tcenn-ll--gt Induxtrid. 'leehn-ilogx hw-. Churleb Nliller . , , ,,,..,,. Sandwich B5 in to mm Pntxidii to 'lhoiimx Hdtt-R x Cheryl Nliller , , . , ..,,,,, Beecher City B5 in to Elem ld xtmioxiiin. Shit, bxttt Conatunee Miller . .,,,....... Dieterteh B5 in hd klein Ed lihrdrx beienee Butnd. lintoln H.1lt-Trc.ix Diana Miller . A Bs in kd 5-'tml Ntienei. Ht Llori 5-ieitiiiigt Lltm lrroxtine Nliller A , , B5 in Ed lmiixn lieriizdn ls George Nliller . B5 in Boxing-N Xldrketiiig Mitt tion buliiiining Xlorxetiiig kenneth Nliller . . Bm in bd Btmnev lntr.tinor.il Nlqry Nltller , B A fier:i..tr. slniiilllgt tierrii P.1mel.t Nltller BS in ld lliliiie lt. Xlll X Sterlie Miller . ., .,,. as P.,tn.,.i..gt x.,.t..i..ut Glenn Nliner . . Bs in Bonne-X Xl.tn.igeixienl lX X student Scnote Stl- .iett For The Xdloneeiiieni .ii Xtdndgenient Olney .lofi in tux. ttittnft . ..,.. Shelbyville hiunston l.inihtl.i X ,tr- . Greenup Brookfield Bellwood . , South Holland , Butuiitt I ii 1 '34 x pl .-. x 1 Q' .f-1 .! A -1 g f fin g... wg- ef ff xi. N5 we-4 rp . ., -W .Y .' r- X if 'I , . , ' W .1 , .lun Miner . , .....,,,....,,.. Robinson BS in lid. Jr. High lnglixh. Social Studiex. NhA June Miaieku .,...,,...,,... Brondview B S in Ed. Hem kd. l,ngliwh-Clcogrophp. ALP. YR Deborah Mitchell ....,. . . . . , . , Elgin BS in Ld. Hem ld. hnglrwh Diane Mitchell ..,.... , . Olney B5 in Ed. lzlcni Ld. All .luequclxn Nlitehell . . , Munxlield HN lhetetiu Ill X lzllen Moherly ...,,,............ Clinton I4 N in I tl ltmitii lluglv ltl Niltml Stntliew-I nglish, .lr Iliuli Xldliirw Cltlh Sl N llnliuix iltlh David Moeller ,.,... ..,..... . Wtiultcgun li S an ld llixtort Nothtl Ntlente Intr.ilvittr.iIvurex- tling wtlltlmill lmtliiiiiitt-n. titiiiiimtiu l lub Carol Molinur .............. Wilsonville BS in hd.. Jr High lzd, Soeiul Science-Language Arts. Andrew Hull Council. SEA. Jr High Club, Resident Hull Asxocmtion gil?" an s. I .. , ffl ' W' ' . IL pg ,:.: . sg: . 4' li w--Q, .:,..:-FI.. .9 "ef-,mv v ls N XA s e -2 elf Charles Mundy ......,.......... Carmi B.S. in Ed.: Industrial Arts: Delta Sigma Phi, IAC Cynthia Murphy . ........ . . Hammond .A.: Art. Marketing-Management David Murphy ............. Cerro Gordo B.S. in Business: Business Management Terry Musser ................ Decatur B.S.: Botany. Chemistry-Zoology: Botany Club, Zoology Seminar Alice Kemper Myers .............. Paris B,S.: Englis , French. Library Science: Sigma Tau Delta. LSC. English Club Gene M ers ...........,........ Olney B.S. in gd.: Art: WELH, NAEA. Intramurals Richard Myers . .............. Mattoon B.S. in Ed.: Social Science, History Jeri? Neal ................. Mt. Vernon B. . in Ed.: Physical Education. Health: Athletic Trainer, P.E. Majors Club Elizabeth Monik ............ . . . Lansing B.S.: Medical Technology: Pre-Med Association Roger Monroe ............... Waukegan B.S. in Ed,: Physics-Math: Delta Chi, Kappa Mu Epsrlldn. Physics Club. Math Club. Taylor Hall. X'ice+Pres.. Chair- man. Traffic and Safety Committee. Appellate Court Judge Allyn Montgomery . ........... Camargo B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: lntervarsity Christian Fellowship, Treas., Elementary and Junior High Men's Club Beatrice Montgomery . . ...,.... Robinson B.A.: Theater Arts, English: Phi Alpha Eta. Theatre Guild Brian Moore ............ Downers Grove B.S.: Political Science. Speech: WELH, Program Manager. News Director, Station Manager, University Council of the United Nations, Radio-TV Board Cheryl Moore ................ Decatur B.S. in Ed.: Speech Correction. Art: ACE Martin Moore ........ , . . , . . . Mattoon B.S.: Physics-Mathematics Dee Morgan ...... . . Mt. Vernon B.S. in ELL Elem. Ed. Martha Morgqan ............. Hazel Dell B.S. in Ed.: athematics. Physical Education: Kappa Mu Epsilon, SEA Linda Morrical ......... North Salem, Ind. B.S.: Medical Technology: Zoologyi Pre-Med Association, Sec. ACS. WELH Becky Morse ........... . . Findlay B,S. in Ed.: Marketing. Social Science Janice Muchow ..............., Decatur B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Gamma Delta, Andrews Hall Coun- cil. ACE 1: ww rc 15 Q' ,t,qi'1q I Q, . 'af rf-:xl . . . ij , ,H Y: .l :.:.. .fil ly h- -EQ: .-E . S . P 1. -4.1 . ia at 1. 346 mdk. - 1- .5 Q , 1.-gg, B'T'2i"Q at et ' .. K L +4 fi' 1 1 wvgbmg . K: Q- PNY ' Q. , . Y A ? . if s il 'x Q li t rnk e im Us as shown by this med who taltcy an ironing hoard to class to use lor 11 demonstration. Strangcsightsoltenoccuron axe .1 p .5 I , V ' ', S 41 .lohn Neary ...,...,,......,... Chicago - V A' B S in Businew,N1anagemcnt. Nlath,Suente.lntramurals - V' . 3 .Qi + " f' , Sandra Wood Nees .......,.,.. White Heath i 'Y' ' ' ' BS in hd. Mathematics. French Nlath Cluh. lrunth fluh P 5 H v' W' f -' J Mary Neil ....,,..,.....,... Kankakee .l XR I, BS, Sociology. Psychology, History Sigma Sigma Sigma. l , I A l Sociology Cluh-Secretary Q ' V X, , Jeffry Nelson . ,,,...... . . . . lerceport Q 5 . . --" B -X , Hut-ary, Political Science, German f' . ',,r izfi ' A mi "ffl-if, . Q. 'Hui U 1, rv - Qnf, ,Q dar ,,,:i:.1, I ' ,?"g,gf,-. ,X -gf qi, '-,, '5 SQL' Susan Newell .... . . Mattoon ? BS in hd Elem Edut I 1 . ' K Q Tim Newell ..,....,......,..,. Mattoon ' ' "' 'l B S in Edfvlathernaticw,Phyxxu.N1ath Club- Ntce'Prcx P - X - 'J .. S, Randall Newhart ...,..,........ Paxton Q '- tv . BS on Ed. Hlsltiry. S-petal buicnce Delta Chi - Snual 7 Chairman. History Club - Prcxidcnl. mudcnt Scnalc I , Katharine Newkirk . ...,..,... Mt. Carmel ' ' ,, as in Ld. if High aa ':555::5.-55::....L -. - 'zf'--:'Q5,'c ' TSP: ,. 'f 11' . ga ' '. if 3-fig-'.'l .51- -- '-:- n11.'1 t Robert Ncuquist . . . . Stcger BS in lid. Buxincv Ed 1 Diana Nichols ,... ......,.. . . . Newton 50" BS Speech. Puliiieal Science. YR. CVN - See-Trcas Thomas Nicbrugge . . ,.,....., lzlfingham "" ..,, "' BS in kd German Buxincn Herman Club. lntramuralx "WU Juanita Nitch ......, . . Calumet City BS in led, Zoology, Butam w--rn ..- up 5 U' ww- 5, .. Q .QA I XQN ..... --i g .i. ...-v ur' is 1' Q 6 R 3 an 3 uv? ij! 41" 4-C- .Xi-.' Y -v-75:2 . ,s . ws v- X 'bas .. .g...:-653: V' 9 , . t ,. Bw ,I as gl 1? N59 NI' X3 I ii 5 ..::'5 ":'as"' S Q' ,X I , Y. ta- if A, 3 Q .s x 9 X is I M t . . . . . ,-F" . -. -4 . is ,bt J' . ' r w A 'F , r X SV, f 5 . 1 14 iff - V i1'If'Q15S5 ' ' AP x lpq.. .1 W..- mx. n. -...A 'NG ,-Q Barbara Nixon .......,..,,. Des Plaines BS In Ed.. Elem. Ed.. SAB. Sigma Sigma Sigma. Campus Crusade lor Christ. Whos Who l-rank Nixon ,,....,........ . . Danville BS in Ed. Social Science. llistortfhoniviiiics Della Chl. Political Science Club. Debate. lnlr.iinur.iIs. B.icel1.ill. Nett- nian Club. YD Joyce Noeth ....,.....,.... Granite City BS tn Ed.: Jr High Ed. fxndretts Hall Council. SEA. Womenk Residence Halls Association-X Pres. Durwood Nolin . ....,.........,.. Paris BS in Business Ed.: Accounting. Pi Omega Pi. YR. EVA Magdalene Nowaczyk ......... . , Chicago B. . in Ed.. Elem, Ed.. Biology-Spanish Anne Nunn .... . ...........,.. Tuscola B S in Ed.. Home Economics. Kappa Delta. McKinney- R A. HEA. SEA Linda O'Brien .................. Pana B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed.. Health Ed.-Art: WPEC. WAA Geraldine Ochs .,.....,....,.... Olney B.S in Ed.. Speech. English: Newman Club Shingo Oda ............... Tokyo. Japan BS. in Business: Marketing: B.A. in Law Steve Odle ...... ........... S t. Joseph B,S in Ed.. Math. Social Studies. Kappa Delta Pi. DR. Mcrigis Student Committee Stephen O'Donnell . , . ...... Clarendon Hills B in Ed.: Spanish. Physical Ed.: Intramurals. Swim- ming. Spanish Club. Stexensnn Tower Execulite Council Patricia O'Hara .,,........,... Kincaid B.S. in Ed: Elem Ed.. Newman Club. ACE Rita O'Mara ..,.............. Decatur B.S. in Ed.. English. Library Science: WPEC. Newman Club. NEA. Library Science Club. Botany Club. Alpha Beta Alpha. English Club Karen Oneal . .............. Gibson City B.S. in Business: Marketing. Alpha Sigma Alpha. Chi De- phia. Greek Week Co-Chairman. Panhellenic Council Karen Orsborn . .,.......,. . , . Neoga B.S. in Ed.: Business, Social Science Connie Osborne . . . . . . . , . . Mansfield B.S in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: ACEI Ralgh O'Sullivan .............. Riverside B. .2 Sociology. EVA. Sociology-Anthropology Club Jacgueline Overton . . . .....,.. Charleston B. . in Ed.: Speech. English: Delta Zeta Larry Ozier ................ Charleston B.S. in Business: Marketing: Marketing Club Dorothy Paczak ............ . . Decatur B.S. in ED.: Elem. Ed.. Special Ed. Susan Paczynski .............. Danville B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed.. Health Ed.: WPEC, WAA. New- man Club Dennis Pagoria .................. Joliet B.S. in Business: Accounting: Delta Mu Delta, WELH Janice Palmer ........ . . ...... Danville B.S. in Business: Business Ed.: Phi Beta Lambda Helen Park . ............ Mechanicsburg B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. Special Ed. 347 348 Seniors David Parkimon ,,.,.....,.. . . , Urbana BS in Ed. Speech. Psychology-Geogr.iphy Sigma Pt. Stu- dent Senate. tice-Prec, IFC. Student Actiiittex Boar. kappa Delta Speech Ct-naultattte Council. Debate. Discuv tion Greek Sing Chairman. Track. Intramural Cross-Couw try Prexhman Orientation. ,ludictal Bt-Latte Committee .lane Parka ,,............ ..,... D olton B S trt Ed. Elem Ed. Physical Education, Htatort Martin Parsons . ......... .,., B ethany BS in Ed. Social Science. Htatctrt. Dclta Chl. Hut. Alum- ni Sec. Student Chairnian-Lecture Sertex Board. Taylor Hall Council IHL Cctnftitution Retmon Committee Donna Pasquale ,,,,,,.,..... Springfield BS in hd Elem Ed Special lducatmn. Pemberton Hall Judicial Board, SE-X ACE. Neuman Club Bernice Patterson ...... . Effingham BS in Ed Hixtorx Social Science George Paulilt ........,......., Chicago BS tn Ed, Htxtory Social Studiex. Xarxity Football. Pt kappa Alpha Tina Pechinic ......,,..... . . . Waukegan BS Home Economies in Buitnexx. Delta Zeta. Student Senate. Junior Aide. HE-X., WA-X, Greek Vteek Chairman. Hospitality Corpx, Public Relationx. Academic Alfairx. Freshman Orientation Ronald Peplou ,,,,,......... . . , Urbana B S In Businee-, Xlarkettng. N R, Nlarkettrtg Club Kathy Perrone .,.,........,... Sterling BS tn Ed. Hem Ed. Art. Alpha Ciantnia Delta. Nlernber- thtp Chairman. -XL E. NAEA. NEA Vickex Perrx .......... . . Charleston BS in Ed Elem ra Diana Peterson .............,,, Peoria BS, Elem Ed, Delta Zeta. Panhellentc Representative. SEA, ACE Kent Peteraon ,...,,..... , . . . Pecatonica BS in Businew, Xlarkettng. Hittory Pi kappa Alpha. Su- preme C-Jurt luxttcc. Nlarkettng Club Sandra Peterxon . . . . Rantoul BS in Ed, Elem Ed .lean Petrus ..........,,...,. Westville BS tn Buxinewx, Buttncxt, Phi Beta Lambda Jeanne Petztng ...,.....,.... Beecher City BS tn Ed. Elem Ed, Engltxh. Art Brian Pterxma ...,..,.,,,,... Rochelle BS in Buxinew, Nlarltettng, Eccinomicx. Delta Sigma Pt. Narxttt Tennix RA Rose Marie Pilipowaki .....,..... Chicago B S in Ed Phtxical Education. Health. Alpha Sigma Alp u. Panhellentc Council. WPEC. WAA Pat Pinney ...... ,....... C incinnati. Ohio BS Home Economiex in Buxinect Sigma lxappa. Nice- Pres. Panhellenic Council. Nice-Prex. Student Aetttities Board. Home leconornicw Club Randv Pi en . , . ,........... Champaign BS 'in Xflathemaltcx. Phyxical lducatton-Salety and Driter'x Lducati-in Alpha kappa Lanthtla. Sec lxappa Mu Epsilon Nlath Llub Stephen Platt ,,,...... . . , Oak Lavtn B, Ztgtrilttgt Lhernixtrt Beta Beta Beta. Pres. Pre- Nled Association Zoology Seminar Phillip Pointx , .,.. . . , ...... Waverly BS in lrd lleni kd Nlathernattct Btiilogical Science. Elementart Nlen X t luh Jamex Polfini .,., . . Chicago BS In ld llittort Social Science Arlene Pontatowxlci . . .,..,.... Chicago BS in Ld Bti-:new l-ducatiiin, Social Science Alpha Sip' ma Alpha Phi Bela larrthcla SF.-X, NR Newman Club Kathleen Ponikvar . , . ........ Bradley BS in led, Buxinexx Education. Social Science Student Actitttiew Board Greek Urtentatt-in Committee. Sigma kappa Regnlrar Homecoming Chairman MAA f -.-1 A' ' wah, C CA. F I Ii 3 , xt U pw, ve" 7 ,L 91' if ' 1 C .Rt N23 X 1 et. -Yn- ,..f- 41' -J Q- Q- Q.-xl tht ci 1 49' Q,- xc 0-.., M. -6 ,gl 1 .N X A.. 'gi J. -Z! x Larry Wendel.Del1a Sigma Phi. spends time working in the booth sponsored by hi ' -. .Mn :rr :nl if- . .ta . lei 'in xx. an-m 'Ss- was nv s fraternity at the annual Tri Sig spring carnival. 'all s .1-49 '25 'wry x Q Muriel Pool ..............,,.,. Ottawa B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Kappa Delta. ACE. WELH. Panhel- lenic - Sec. Donna Porter ..... . . . . St. Francisville James Porter ...... ........ M elrose Park B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed.. Zoology: IFC. Phi Sigma Epsi- lon - Pledge Trainer Thomas Post ..............,. Waukegan B.S.: Geography. Zoology: Gamma Theta Upsilon. Zoo ogy Seminar. Thomas Hall - Executive Council. Sec. David Potts .......,......... Coal City B.S. tn Ed.. Business, Social Science: RA Sandra Powell ..... .... C lay City B.S. in Ed.: Business Bonita Powers ...,....,... Western Springs B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Sigma Sigma Sigma. History Club. SEA Georgia Pranske ............. Taylorville B.S. in Ed.: Music: Chamber Singers. Concert Choir. Musicals Kenneth Preglow ............... Chicago B.S.: Chemistry. Math. Physics: Alpha Kappa Lambda. Var- sity Swim Team. Varsity Club. ACS. Freshman Orientation Committee. Thomas Hall-Executive Council Thomas Preisser ............. Kankakee B.S. in Business: Marketzng: Tau Kappa Epsilon-President. IFC, Marketing Club William Prescott ............... Justice B.A.: Theater Arts, English, Sociology: Theatre Produc- tions, Theatre Guild - Senior Board Sara Pritchard ...... ......... R obinson B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed.: Kappa Delta Pi. Student Advisory Committee 349 50 Eastern marching band memberx take serioua pride in performing hallttme mhoxu .it home lootball games. 59? if .ff Q? Q. I 6 Swv ' 3 fi Q r F.. c ' Qi. 5 Q Q rife we , ' . ,p A b 5 Q pile I t I . 4 '. - 1- '-f. ', rf.:-K '11 a,4,,-34-T' ' - . E ' 'vale-.5 , I 2 V fi., N. 1 -5. . """'7"-wing , -9-' A .,'.-ag' - ' ' 1 x, ,- 4 -' , ' ' ' V, 1 - V . .N ., A 7 Wx- rl V ,J A fy' f"'-4 Dale Probst ,,.... . .,,. Smithton B S. Maihematice. Businese. Math Club .lovce Probst ,... ...... D ielerich Bs in Ed. Bueinese. Newman Club. Kappa Dtlllli Pi. Pi Omega Pi, SAB. Kappa Delta Marcia Probst ....,,... Effingham BS in Ed. Music. Concert Choir. Chamber Singers. Oratorio Chorux. Opera Cast. Alpha Gamma Delta Lynda Prosser ....,,...... Noble BS in Ed.. Physical Education. Health. WPEC Marx Pruiett ...... . . . Marshall BS in Ld Spamxli Herman, Engli-li Sigma lxappa, Student Senate Hiu11cwming L--mniitlee. Xl.irlorcttefXlarching Band llinhlw Spanieh Club Elmer Pullcn ...,..... Brooltport ,-v ff! B S Sociology Pliyieal Ld fXIm-'Xtiierican M-ticititi-in-Prceidcnt Th-uninx Il.ill-luuliclary Board N Donna Purvis ..,....... Sullivan 43 BS in Ed. Elem Ed. Library Science: Library Science Club. SEA. ACE -A 55" , - ' I Candy Putnam ,... ,... M artinsville BS in Ed. Elem Ed. History Club. Chi Delphia Jean Quarnstrom . ....., Waterman BS in Businesa. Accounting. WAA. Accounting Club Gerald Quasl ......,... Stewardson BS in Ed.: Business Ed. Biological Science Nlichaelene Queen BS in Ed: English, Pl, Latin Club, RA Maurelene uick .......Mallo0n Latin. WAA, Kappa Delta . . . . Lawrenceville BS in Ed.. Eem. Ed.L WAA x s, ,.. 75 'vw 4 ,v A M' ., sv'-'W' 'ff 'lb 4' 'E .X E- I ,N x X t ' N f 'H ' 5 f 2 Rf I ,,, .fs-., xi' 21. 41' Q 1 it , l Y .:-.xl rains! . -x fr 5...-sf Z ,, or . s' , 2 tv X Ay, 1 vi SWE ll. , , . . A fo .. Q it - 'Fi 3 2 QS i ' is -9 ' 1 ... ' V ' .4 N ,.' was " ws 'R . ' N' ' 'fue ' ff-"5 f A J ee' -2 - -ft ' . , L.. t. .wi 1, X 4 iff l ' i Qi, I I I-1 . . K af . fl-Qt Safff S 'lf s JST "' sell ,- a . ,swf -at X i i 1553-. . N. S2 its 5 a t , .,.,, , A,A. 1. as s 1 ' A 31 if n--fer v-ug -.f TW'7f'f:',"'fT'l?f""7'P"' Tw ""' 'i"fV3"'E"F'7W izefs, .,,, ' - 1. .qi if Q P . 'pn . -v-nw. Seniors Donna Quinlan , ,..... ......., M onticello B.S. tn Ed.: Zoology. Botany. Zoology Seminar. Botany Club Ali Rabi ....,....,. , ..., Teheran. Iran B S. lndustriul Technology. -Krt Dennis Randall , ..,... . . Collinsville B.S.: Economics. Business Lana Rantz ............,..... Bradley B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. Special Ed., A.C.E. ' Pamela Ray ..............,,.. Rockford B.S. in Ed.: Business Ed., Speech Ed.: Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Lambda. S.E.A. James Reed ..........,.., East St. Louis B.S. in Ed.: History, Social Science: YR. Intramurals Diana Reeds .,..... , .,.,.., Martinsville B.S. in Ed.: Music: Alpha Gamma Delta, Mixed Chorus, Cecelian Singers. Concert Choir Madelyn Reeley ......... . . . Kansas B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Art. English Renee Rehling , . . . . . . Chicago B.S. in Ed.: Business Ed. Jertgy Reichenbacher ........... Centralia B. .1 Political Science. History: Student Senate. Supreme Court, VP Univ Council lor U N.. YR. Phi Sigma Alpha Linda Reid ,....,.... ....... S pringfield B.A.1 Geography. Zoology: Alpha Gamma Delta. W.A.A,. WFEC Margaret Reidelberger ........... Venice B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. Math, Music: Marching Band, Con' cert Band, WAA. Newman Club, SEA, ACEI, Kappa Delta Pi David Reijonen ............ . . . . Zion B.S. in Ed.: Industrial Arts: Baseball Milton Reiling ............. Port Byron B.S. in Ed.: Elem Ed.: Delta Sigma Phi. Univ-activity chairman, SEA. Marching Band William Rennels ..... . .... . . Westfield B.S. in Ed.: Chemistry, Physics: ACS Michael Relpking ........ . . . Effingham B.S. in Ed.: hysics. Math Linda Reuter ................. Oak Park B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed., Spanish: Spanish Club-treas., ACH. WAA, SEA, Andrews Hall Sec.. Campus Crusade for Christ International Kathy Rhoads . . . . . . Dupo B.A.: Sociology Jeanne Rice ..,............... Decatur B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: P.E.. Math. Alpha Gamma Delta. SAB, Pike calendar girl George Richard ..... , ..... , . Kankakee B.S. . Management. Marketing: SAM Janice Richards .......... . . Mansfield B.S. in Ed.: Elem, Ed.. Special Ed. Roscoe Richards ....,.. . . Cowden B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed. David Richardson ............ Shelbyville B.S. in Ed.g Ind, Arts: Beta Sigma Psi, Gamma Delta David Richardson .............. Longview B.S. in Ed.: Botany, Zoology: Botany Club-Pres.: Math Club. Intramurals 351 352 Seniors - :cw ev' ' ' S. W: rs, Karen Richardson ,..... , , Lawrenceville V' B.S in Ld. Elem Ld. ACE Linda Seribner Richardson . . , . Lerna BS in Ld. klein lid Genevieve Rider .,... . . Westfield BS in Ld, English, History Nloniea Rideely ....,,.,.... Parkersburg i. BS in Ed. lrfleni Ld. English-French , . , , Robinson BS in Business. Nlarketing. Xlarketing Club Terry Ridgely ......,..., David Riggen ,,.,.... . . . BS in Business. -Xecounting Nlanagement Judith Riley .,.....,.... BS in Ld. Llem hd. Biological Seiences--Xrt Sandra Snedden Ripgon . . . h, BS in Ld. Business. hi Alpha ta. Onrcga Pt. Phi Beta Lambda Thomas Ristoty ..,... B S. History. Political Science kapfa Chrisman . . . Salem , Watseka Delta Pl. PI Lombard . Evanston Katherine Bayne Roane . .,,... . BS. an Ld. -Krt, History. Whos Who. S-XB-Pres. Sigma Sigma Sigma. Student Senator. .lr Panhellenic Representa' lite Lindell Roberts .......,...,.,., Farina B S in lid. Social Science. Biological Science Patricia Roberts ............. Villa Park BS in Ld. Home Economies. Pink Panthers. HL.-X. Alpha Sigma Alpha Cynthia Robertson ,.,,.,,,,. . Charleston S in Ld.. History. Social Science: Sigma lxappa. Student Personnel Sertices Council. Wesley Foundation Linda Robertson .......r..,. South Holland BS in Ed. Physical Ed.. Health l:dfDriters lid. Alpha Gamma Delta. Delta Psi kappa. NN,-XA. VNPLC. Student Faculty Board. W R. SEA. Panhellentc Council Joseph Robinson ,........ BS in . Neponset hd. Physical Ed. Health Ed-Math. Football. Bas- ketball. Sigma Tau Gamma. Phi Epsilon kappa, Varsity Club. Nl PELC Morris Robinson .....,.,...... Sullivan B S in Ld, Jr High Ed. Math-Physical Ld. Math Club, Jr High Club. Elem and Jr High Men's Club Robert Rouers ...,.......... River Grove VS in lid, Xlusie. Graduate Assistant in Audio-Xisual. Stage Band, Phu Nlu Alpha Sinfonia Nancy Rokop ....,.........,. Hinckley' BS in led. Xlath. Phystes. Andrews Hall-Pres. kappa Mu lzpsilon. Newman Club Siddney' Rothroek ............ Parkersburg BS IH l'd, Hem lrd. lznglish-History Charles Rott .,... . .,,... Indianapolis. lnd. BS in Business Nl.m.tgemenl. Social Sttente Student Senate Walter Rota ,... ,,......... W arrensburg BS in Business. Accounting. Delta Sigma Pt. Accounting Club James Royer ....,...... , . . Taylorville BS, Chemistry, Botany, Tau kappa lipsilon, ACS. Botany Club Nohra Russi . ,,.,... , . , Bogota. Colombia N1 S in hd, loreign Languages Anna R fan ....,.....,. . . Palestine BS in Sd. Home heonormes. HEA N -3 4 1 .x T A ' tal? '-133' Z5 as 501, aff" , fe its l 1 , sf' 1 T5 J 1,2 f ilf f 1 lt J I i , N ny X L4 ,Q rv " Y I g , b .. J v-X ,s iiii Vt x N aff' s .fsqgsv 6 V: ,ge-., X9 a t Q ig, 5. Qs Q ' .f 1 L t Q as .swf pv- sf ri 'Q x-. gf: 11 Q-. at? x , Uv-.,,:f:'. I, .15 ,ztN.,7.' , 1 :turf .V Vt.. 1.- s f lf. T v..., . gs il n va., 1 l Vi-'IFR 151, E ,fx IUC 'Q v-cy, ...I QA: ' O .i i 1 . .-is-dawg ,,... W- 4' sa 147-1 - ',.. 11.-4 . ...xg K. ...ut I ... A 3,8 avhnt Q -5 L'-aka-5245's A3-gust Q. .. A R' , 4.4-u..M A Li . Y'S':?.t:t::23i?ii?.53Z.x ' ' ' "Pro 6,4 ' '.2f?z X N lw ,vt qv, ...-1 Y?-zu Q' . e 4 J . K . Christmas carolers bring musical cheer to the residents of Pemberton Hall prior to Christmas break. P' .J 1 . . M. ., s Sharon Ryan . ................. Dolton B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed: Alpha Gamma Delta. ACE. Newman Club. Lawson Hall Council. Ford Hall Council. RA, SEA Terrance Ryan .............. Taylorville B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed.. English Mary Sabuco .,..,..,....... South Holland B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Alpha Gamma Delta - Treasurer Roy Sabuco .................. Rantoul B.A.. Political Science. Economics. Business Management. Tau kappa Epsilon. Student Senate. IFC Douglas Salefski .............. Decatur B.S. in Ed: Zoology. Botany: Beta Sigma Psi. Homecoming Committee Steven Salmond . . . . . Bradley B.S.: Philosophy. Math Susan Sandahl ................ Elmhurst B.S. in Ed.: Elem Ed.: Symphonette, Chamber Orchestra. Kappa Della Pi Deborah Sanner ....,. . . Illiopolis B.S. in Ed.: Math. Accounting Linda Sarracino ........... . . . Oak Lawn B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Kappa Delta Pi. House Council. ACE - Publicity Chairman, SEA Judy Saums ................. Bridgeport B.'. tn Ed.: Elem. Ed.. lntertarsity Christian Fcliotnship. ACE. Student Religious Council Thomas Saunders . . . . . Arcola B.S.: English. History Kenneth Schaal ............,.. Altamont B.S. in Ed.: Zoology. Botany: Beta Sigma Psi-Pres.. Sec., IFC. BBB. Gamma Delta, Zoology Seminar Carolyn Schafer . . . . Pana B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed. Robert Schanzle ................. Carmi B.S.: Botany. Zoology: BBB. Thomas Hall-Executive Coun- CH. Vice-Prix. Margarete Schaub .....,. . . Pekin B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: ACE. NEA Pam Schaub . . ............... Vandalia B.S. in Ed.: Art: SEA. NAEA, YR. Charleston Art Associa- tion ih. J :dc-on ' . -.,s1'R'Q. 'f:.r 5, .li 4- N 4. X '- an , gf, A . gg' 5- .x ,- 353 Nellie Scherling .... BS in Ed nu. LCA . St, Elmo Gerald Schlenf ,.......,..... . . Bradlex BS in Ld, Phi-real l:d, Health lid. Drlterx Ed, X arvfy rfiiet Xamit Club. -xipna kappa Lambda. NIPEC Leon Schmidt ...,,,...,..,... Flatville BS in Buxinew -Xeeuunting Beta Sigma Par Nlarilyn Schmidt . . . St, fvlarie BS in hd. Jr High Ed. High Nlavlorx Lluh. NN -X-X XX -X-it Connell Diane Schmitz ..... Effingham BS in Ed Buwincm bd William Schneider . . . . . Farina BS in Ed Lhennxtry Xlath -XCS Ann Schnitf .......,......, West Salem B5 in Ed. Hixitiry. Social Science. lxappa Delta. lzcuv ntirnict Lluh Pi Sigma -Xlpha. kappa Della Pt. Sb-X. History Club Sue Schramm ..........,..... Oakwood BS in bd History, Social Scienee. Hixtory Cluh. CCN. lxappa Delta-Social Chairman. Panhellenie. Xlemhership Chairman. -Xndretu Hall Council. Orientation Committee Donald Schroeder ................ Zion BS in Buxinev Nlarlteting, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Xarsity Ba-ehall. lntramuralt Fred Schroeder ...........,., Papineau B5 in bd. Siveial Science. Hier-try Student Senate, Lni- ierxitx Renew Ltimrnittee -in Hiiuxing Jesaie Schroeder ........ . . Mt. Carmel B5 in lid Soeral Seience llixtory Catherine Schultz ........... . . Decatur BS in hd. lilern hd. Alpha Sigma -Xlpha -4, U1' t GQ xx X -af sg - . . 1- -.N . T . wt .' 5 '. . it w, ti- v W 1 Q, t Q. . ri a -. Q: q,- W., 3 .E Being a theatre artx mxtructor not only entails classroom teaching but also spending many extra hours working on drama productions scenery rv' ', QQ 4,-qv wn-. .ss-ss. fv- 'Ev ' ve A s3:ga::.::: ryssze sf- -...X- at ..k,jaI. ' .QI 109' as 'ffl nm ...Q Y :ff 2? y s y if 1 in . .1 si 3 ft s. ,- Ne 1 ss U' I vc, r N. " -1 ff 3 ' '.1'Efi:"2-Q ,fix Shih sm Seniors Martin Schultz .,.. B A.. Sociology. History Patricia Schumacher . . B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High William Schweickhart ........ BS in Business. Marketing. Economics. ma Pi . . Decatur . . Alma . . . Carlvle Pres-Delta Sig- Susan Schwengels .............. Chicago B.S in Ed.: French. History: French Club. WAA. Andrews Hall Council David Scriv-ner . . . . ....... . . . Belle Rive B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. Mathematics. Social Studies. Ele- mentary Men's Club Sara Secrest ............ . . Pana BA.: Psychology. Sociology.-German Vickie See .................... Salem BS in Ed.. Elem Ed.. Special Education: ACE John Seng . .................. Windsor B.S. in Ed.: Physical Education. Chemistry-Biology-Health- Driter's Ed.: Intramurals. MPEC Richard Sentel . ............ . . . Sullivan BS in Business: Accounting: Accounting Club Steven Senteney ............... Mattoon B.S. in Business: Marketing: EVA. Easlern's Volunteer Projects. Student Senate. YR. Marketing Club. Intramurals Bobbie Shafer ............,.. Charleston B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed.: Delta Zeta. Junior High Club Cgnthia Shamblin ........... .S.: Sociology, Psychology Cgnthia Shanks .... .S. in Ed.: Elem, Ed. Kathleen Shannon ............ B.S. in Ed: Mathematics. Biology: Band Ruth Sheen y ............... BS, in Ed.. Art. NAEA. Concert Band Richard Shellenberger ......... . . . Bradley . . Danville . Charleston . . . Paris . . Rockford BS.: Zoology. Chemistry-Psychology. Deltu Sigma Phi. Varsity Gymnastics. Yarsity Cluh. IFC Barbara Shepherd . . B.S. in Ed.: Eem. Ed. . . Rantoul Martha Shobe .................. Casey' B.S. in Ed.: Mathematics. Zoology: Math Club. Kappa Mu Epsilon. Kappa Delta Pi Thomas Short .............. ....Neoga B.S. in Business: Marketing: Marketing Club Jack Shook ................ Mascoutah B.S.: English - Psychology: Student Senate. English Club. Russian Club. Psi Chi. RA. Big Brother Program Barbara Shoop .......... ..... L itchfield B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed.. English. Library Science: SEA. Alpha Beta Alpha Jane Shoot ................. Charleston B.S. in Ed.: Speech Correction: Pres.-Sigma Eta Lambda Paula Shoultz ................ Herscher B.S. in Ed.: Accounting. Social Science: WAA Albert Shukis ............... Charleston B.S.: Physics. Math: Physics Club. Russian Club 355 ' r Seniors Sharon Shull ............,...,. Greenup BS in lid, English. French lingltsh Club. French Club. NE-X Daniel Siclsmeir . . . . , . Westville BS in Business. Nlanagement Ruth Stebert .....,.,...,.... Altamont BS in Ld. Home lgeonomtcs, Hb-X. lxappa Omicron Phi Pamela Siegel .....,.,....... Springfield B -X Speeeh Pathology Psychology Paula Sill ..,..... . ,........ Fairfield Ba in Ed .lr High kd. Social Studies-linglish. Sb-X. Xlclstnney Hall House Council Carolyn Simpson .....,,...,,.. Robinson BS. Soeiology. Psychology. Sociology Club. Delta Zeta- Pres Sally Skinn ..,,......,,..... Hillsboro BS in Ed., English. Social Setenee. kappa Delta Pt. Na- tional lcnglish Honor Soetety. National Political Science Honor Society. Freshman -Xtteridarttfl9t1o. Pemberton Hall Standards Council. hnglish L lub Pamela Slater .........,,..,... Windsor BS in Ed. -Xrt, Sigma lsappa, Sl-A. N.-XEA Cheryl Slider ..,............. Danville BS tn hd, Speech. hngltsh. Dtseusston Club. Debate Club Phillip Sluder . , , , ..,.....,... Cahokta BS tn hd. Noeattonal kd. Social Science, Delta Sigma Phi. Basehall. lntrarnurale Thomas Hall Eseeuttye Council. Pt Delta lipstlon. llurhlerflireelt Editor Dennis Smcltaer .,... ,...,... S prtngfteld BS in lid. Botany. Zoology. Beta Beta Beta. Pt lxappa Delta. kappa Delta Pt. Botany Club. Debate. WELH. New- man Club Alan Smith ,.......,,,.. . . Decatur BS. Industrial Technology. lntranturals Danny' Smith ....,........... Champaign B.-X, Sociology, Sociology Club. YR. Thomas Hall-Academic Chairman. Cantehurry Association Donna Smith ...,........ . . Robinson BS in Ind Home Leonomtes. HLA Eric Smith ...,,.,....,..... Saint Elmo BS tn hd, History. Social Setence. History Club. Intra- murals James Smith .,., , ......... . . Peoria B S in kd. Zoology. Botarty. Delta Chl Jerre Smith ..,,..,.,,,...,...., Dupo BS tn hd. Elem lid. Music-Speech Correction. Delta Zeta. Leetltans-N Pres. SFA Mary Smith ................ Litchfield BS History Political Science, Neuman Club. History Club Mary Smith ......,,,...,..,,,., Hume B in led Theatre Arts. lrnglish, Theatre Guild Nicholas Smith ,,... ,,....... W ilmington BS, Nlath Beta Sigma Psi-House Chairman, Treas. So- cial C hairrnan. Gamma Delta-Pres Treas Penny Smith .,... .,........ R obinson BS in ld. Hem Fd. Nluyte-Biological Science. Alli Steven Smith ....,.....,...,... Mattoon BS Physics, Nlath. Physies C luh Sydney Smith , ...,. ..... O lympia lields BS tn fd lngltsh Physical led, WAA. Mixed Chorus Linda Smilhson .,....,........... Paris as Nlath, lhconomtcs-Psyehology Ixappa Mu lzpsilon. Phi Alpha to, xtam Cluh 'ati -anal' fb 5, ,.. R F fm V . ji I fl 533' .. ,, if-1512- Q fs: -."w',.. f ,., - . 5 9 P -'ff-fr '.-, .....A,. s-.ss -....... 'Nunn Paul Snlyder . ....... Rantoul B.S. in usiness: Accounting: Delta Sigma Pi. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Accounting Club Deborah Soliday .... Oak Lawn B.S. in Ed.: History. Social Science: Al- pha Gamma Della. Miss Delta Chi Allan Sommer ...., Hopedale B.S.: Botany. Chemistry: ACS. Botany Club. Varsity Soccer Andrea Sparks ..... Mattoon B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Sigma Kappa. Homecoming Greeter. Delta Sigma Pt Rose Queen Donald Sipeacht ...... Lansing B.S. in E .3 Physical Ed.. Health. Safety Ed. English: Sigma Tau Gamma-Rush Chairman. MPEC. lFC. Phi Epsilon Kap- pa-Pres.. Lettermen's Club. Varsity Swim Team - Captain Larry Sgeakman , . . Taylorvtlle B.S. in d.: English, lndustrial Arts: ln- dustrial Arts Club. SEA. English Club .l d S ....... V d' li OBS. inpE:dlii'yElem. Ed. an d la Linda. Sguessard .... Strasburg B.S. in d.. Jr. High Ed.: Bsu Mary Spidel .... St. Francisville B.S. in Ed.: French. English: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. French Club Bonnie Staciy ....... Chicago B.S. in Ed.: lem. Ed.1 RA Carol Staniec ........ Chica o B.S. in Ed.: Accounting. Secretarial. go- cial Studies: Orientation Committee. Homecoming Committee. Andrews Hall Council David Stanley ....... Urbana B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed.. Biologyg Var- sity Wrestling. Varsity Club. IVIPEC. Delta Sigma Phi dz "'-6 rv-v Field trips arouse the interest ol many students like John Boyd. The Union Ballroom is a gathering place for many activities. lg q ..,. "-We L he--....., mx v ,. 'JN-1---.,.,, xxx? l 357 58 L Q . Robert Starls Seniors BS in Ird Business Ed Social Seienee Philip Stellen .... , ..,..,..,. Oak Lawn Bs in Ed. Geography. Economies. Pi lsappa -Xlpha. Gam- ma Theta Lpsilon James Steinlieht ......,,,,... Gibson City BS in Ed Zoology Botartt. Botany Lluh, Zoology Semi- nar Russian Club. BBB Santmie Stein rnan ...,......., Willow Hill Bs in Izd Xlath Business Sigma Tau tJ.imrn.i Doris Stephans .......... B S in ld Hem lid. Nlusre. History Nliehael Stephens ....... BS in Iiusines. Nlanagenient Angela Steinys ,.,. ,,,.,..,. B lue Island BS Sottal Seteme Eeononiies, Histors . . Charleston , . Deeator ns . ..,,,,...,,,.... Carmi Nancy Stephe BS in I'd Horne Ieononiies Ed HE-X. Sl'-X Xlelsinneg Hall, ,luulietal Lountil. -Xrt Committee Judith Stephenson ......, . , Charleston B S. Home Eeonuniies. lxirntly Sertiees Mary Stedphenson .,.....,.. Vermilion Grove BS in I Elem Ed. 'Xndrexss Hall Louneil -Xllr Jacqueline Ste rehi . . . . Dundas BS in Ed Business Ird Weller Hall Couneil HRH-X Rep Carmie Sterre nberg .......,. Creseent City BS in Id, Elem Ld Special Id, SEA. At E. Ixappa Del- ta Pt. Phi -Xlpha Eta I+' I Q '-vs. -ni s-Q mv? Q 13'--vs i -ve .3 - - fs 9-, 4- 1-,2 in GJ if 'if' 5'SY gl.. 12' 5 A S 1 X .K ' N 'G v- UMW 5 4. ll Robert Stevens .............. Tower Hill BS. English. Speech: Deseret Club-Pres.. Pi Kappa Delta Donald Stewart ....., . . Charleston B S Industrial Teehnology James Stewart .......... . .... Mattoon BS in Business. Marketing. Economies. Delta Sigma Pi- Sr Viet:-Pres. Delta Mu Delta. Management Forum Joseph Stewart .................. Dupo B S in Ed. Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club Marlene Stilley ........ . ..... Harrisburg B S in Edg Special Fd. English, ACE. SEA David Stimac ..,.......... . . Danville BS. in Ed. History. Social Science Judith Stine .............. . . St. Elmo BS in Ed.1 Elem, Ed.. ACE. WAA Philip Stirrett . .......... . . . . Seymour BS. tn Ed.. Business Ed- Physical Ed,g Varsity Club, Truek, Cross Country 2" 'fi " E'5'I:f-F' 4 sy X x X 1 t :tm t - ' - . ,qs . guita- ixer-:::--:. ---- ..- X-f- ',-far: -- V:5.s:::e::-, "'i..a it ?i:'::fe:.- t. .... .X 1 will-X Q 9 , ' f- y . ...mar Pi is it dis my A S X Larry Strohl ....... . ....... Shelbyville B.S.: Management. Marketing: EVA. Marketing Club Robert Strong ............... Springfield B.S. in Business: Business. Management Gargf Struebing .............. New Holland B. .1 Zoology. Botany Don Stuckey ...,............ Effingham B.S. in Ed.: Speech. Business: Easlern News, Debate Team. Discussion Squad, Pi Kappa Delta - Vice-Pres., Student Senate. Marketing Club, WELH Marcia Stupka ................ Chicago B.S. in Ed.: Math. Business: Kappa Mu Epsilon. Kappa Delta Pi. Math Club. Phi Bela Lambda Rebecca Sturpell ................ Paris B.S. in Ed.: Eem. Ed,: Andrews Hall Council. ACE. SEA Jan Sturm .................. Martinton B.S. in Ed.: Business Ed., English Robert Sullender ............... Atwood B.S. in Ed.: Math, Physical Ed.: Track Team . V -.j1:..'5-:gig -:QW 1, refs t. 1 a ' 4' 'E ex? so ., "f Elizabeth Stollerahn .....,... South Holland BS in Ed. Social Science. History. Dorm Goyurnmcnt Evelyn Stokes .....,,...., BS In Ed. Business. Library Science: ence Club. Phi Beta Lambda. Sl-.A .lohn Stole . ,......... . , . . . . Shelbyville CCM. Library Sci- . . . . . Lansing BSL Business, Economics. Math. Yarsrty Bnschall. Vare sity Club. Accounting Club Minnie Stone ......,.,... BS in Ed.. lilcm. Ed.. Special Ed, Sharon Stone ......., B.S. in Ed.1 English, History' David Storm .....,. BS: Industrial Technology Sandra Lamm Storm ...... BS. in Ed.. Home Economics. HEA Thomas Storm .,,.....,.. B.S.: Physics. Math: EVA. Physics Club . , Mattoon . , Mattoon . . Windsor . . Mode . . . Mattoon Julian Stovall ,,... ......,.. M iami, Fla. B,S in Edg Physical Ed.. History: Wrestling. Varsity Club. MPEC, Pi Kappa Alpha - Sergeant-at-Arms Lucgf Strang ..... . , . . . B. . in Ed.1 Elem, Ed. . . . White Hall Irene Strange ............ Lawrenceville as in Ed.. Elem. Ed.: ACE. SEA. WAA, WPEC Nancy Strausberger ........... Waterman BS. in Ed.. Home Economicsg HEA z af aw M -., 359 PN- 5 .r CEL - I ' I f5,J.L: .-sh K .. . .-in 5 A ' . mx , .AY Foreign students take time out during International Student Week to explain their attire to two curious Delta Zeta sorority girla, Larry Survanee .....,...,.,,., Mattoon BS in Bustnew. Management-Marketing. kV,-K. Marketing. Society lor Adtaneement of Management Nancy Sutoriua ..,....,,...., Northlake BS tn lid. Speech. Businev hducation-Lngltsh. Pt kappa Delta. Treax. Pt Omega Pt, WELH. Debate Terry Swan ,,....... , . , , . , . Lincoln B S. Art Lucinda Swanick .....,........ Hoopeston BS in Ld. hlem hd. ACE. ShA. Newman Club Judith Swanson ...,.,.......... Chicago BS tn lid. Jr High Ed. Mathematics. Womerfx Athletic Board. Lineoln Hall Social Chairman. Hut Alan Swim ..............,..., Greenup BS in Ld Phywics. Nlathematiex-L hemlstry. Student Senate. Nice-Prex Pro-Tem ol Student Budy, YR. Steten- wuri Hall Cnunell. Student Perwnnel Serticex Qounell. Health Board. Tralftt and Salety Board. Student Life Committee David Swingler ......... . . . Teutopolix BS in kd. liwtory. Social Science Thomas Switzer ....,,,...,... Springfield BS in lad, Art. Tau kappa Lpxilon. Hut Bernadette Slojna ............, Norridge B Zoology. Lhcmixtry. Douglax llall. Prey Kenneth Slumxki .,,,,,,.,.., Tinle' Park BS in bd. lnduwtrtal Arts. Delta Lhl. lpsilon Pt Tyan. IAC Brenda Talley .....,.,,..... Mt. Carmel B S In hd. Hem lrd. Kappa Delta Pi Richard Talley .,........ . . Mt. Carmel BS tn Ed, Mathematics. Busineu we v a , 3 Xl-- lge T - at 'l 'rf li xv- 'jg X . .""5fMNi . .LQ sm as his s. - e v' 1 Q W .x . t ,W 5. ?, Q65 .gm T71 ,Ft ...Q-4 asf' arf" .....,-v ,-Q -.f 56 an-as -we if w--sv M ,. .... . 'Tfl 1 . , qs- N gif' i nw fp tt, t "Q, T45 is ' xv I L i ie' 4. 2 W. t 2 if ' i Mt u flu 3 ' ffl' 'iffifi 445 f fgf.. Seniors Mary Ellen Tallman ,.., ...... S pringfield BA.. Sociology: Sec. of Weller Hall. Treas Sociology Club. lnterdorm Council. Standards Council Jim Tammen ...,..,........ Charleston BS tn Ed.. lnd. Arts. LA Club. Epsilon Pt Tau Margaret Tate ......,..,. ...,. ls ansas B.S in Ed.. Business Education Steghan Tattum ...,....,..r.. Tinley Park B in Ed. Physical Education. Psychology: l-ootball. Delta Chi Mary Taiylor ......,..,,....., Argenta B S in E .Physical Ed, Health Ed and Math: NNAA, Wom- en's P L Club Mary Taylor , ...... ..,...... K ankakce BS. in lid.. Speech, Home Ee.: Pink Panthers. Home Ec Club. Lamson Hall House Council. Eamfrfi .N'ifti'x. WELH radio station. Student Activities Board. Discussion Club Olivia Tavlor ....... ..... . . . Decatur BS in Edii Zoology. Botany Vicki Lou Taylor .,,,..,......... Bluffs BS in Ed.. Speech Pathology and Audiology. Sigma Eta Lambda. YD.. SEA Terry Teausant ................. Ottawa B.S. in Business. Management and Marketing. Delta Chi Ted Teegarden .............. Hillsboro BS in Mliusiness. Marketing and Management. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Varsity Golf. Marketing Club Gerald Thacker ......., . . . . . Greenville BS in Business: Business Marketing Sheryl Lynne Thacker ......... Litchfield BS in Ed.. Business Education. English: WAA. Lawson Hall House Council Patricia Thackrely ............. Louisville BS in Ed.: Math. nglish. Kappa Delta Pi. SEA Carol Theman ......,........ Vandalia BS in Ed.. Elementary Ed. Baptist Student Union. Alpha Beta Alpha Steghen Thompson . ........... Effingham B. '. in Businessg Marketing. Management: Management Forum. Marketing Club Michael Thorlton ............, Danville B.S.. Political Science. Chemistryg Track. Pi Sigma Alpha Norma Thrall ..........,. Lawrenceville BS in Ed.1 Math. Englishg Math Club. House Council Mc- lxinney H.1Il.Corrtdorl liairniziri Imogene Tilford . . . . Mattoon B S.. Special Ed. Sarah Tinsman ......... . . Peoria B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed. Health Linda Todd ...... . , ,......... Tuscola BS. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.. Art and English: Newman Club. ACEI, NEA Robert Todd ................ Greenville BS In Bus.: Marketing. Tennis Team. Marching Band. Concert Band. Marketing Club. Intramurals. Delta Chi. King .ind Qucen Committee. Grcck Week Kathleen Toman , ............... Antioch B.S, in Ed.: Elem Ed.. NEA. ACEI. Alpha Sigma Alpha-Sec. Nancy Tomlin ........... Pleasant Ridge B.S in Ed.: Spanish. English: Corridor Chairman. Spanish Club Thomas Townsend . ........ . . . Effingham BS in Ed.. Math. Physics and Chemistry. Y R.. Math Club. SEA. Physics Club 361 362 Seniors Constance Trakas .,........,.. Berwyn B S tn Ed., Elem Ed. ACE. NEA. SE-X. Lawson Hall House Council and Judicial Board. AIS Terrence Trapp ...r.,,....., Oak Lavtri BS tn Business. Xlarlsettng. Psychology. SAB-Pres. Sig- ma Pt Marcia Trost ..,....,.,..... Rockford BS in Ed.. English. Latin. Panhcllenic Council, Sigma Kappa-Pres Phyllis Trover ...,........... Carlinville B S in Ed. Physical Ed . Drisers Ed -Health Ed. XX PEC. NYR.-X Peter Tschaepe ....,.,. .,...... P eoria BS tri Ed. Business. Social Science. Cross Country. Track Linda Tucker .........,., . . Rantoul BS in Ed, History. Social Science Terry Tuley ,,.,.... ...... . . . Decatur BS' tn Ed'. Accounting. Social Science. Football. Fellow- ship ot Christian Athletes. Xarsity Club Ellen Tulley' .,...... . . Wilmington BS tn Ed. Nlath. History Jackie Turner . ............... Niantie B S in Ed. Physical Ed.. English. Thomas Hall RA. lntra- murals. MPEC Keil Turner ........,........ Mattoon BS in Ed. Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club Thomas Turner ,.,.., . . ..,,.. Ingraham BS tn Ed. Math. Zoology, Math Club Manetta Tyler ,..,............ Kansas BS tn Ed. Business Ed. English. Ixappa Delta Pi. Pi Omega Pt Jean Ubaudi ...,.............. Robinson BS in Ed. Business. Sigma Sigma Sigma. SAB. Marketing Club Leona Unfried . ........... McLeansboro BS in Ed. Physical Ed. Accounting. WRA Twila Ultptmor .................,. Neoga BS in d. Physical Ed. Business Ed. WPEC. WAA Marilyn Utaski ................ Chicago BS. History. Zoology, German Club. Lincoln Hall Stand- ards Committee Janet Vanderhoof . . . . Newton Bs. Elem Ed Melody Varble .......,,,.,.,.. Eldred BS in Ed. Zoology. Botany-Psyehologyl Beta Beta Beta. Zoology Seminar-Sec Martha Van Hise ................ Ashton B S in Ed. Latin. Russian. Latin Club. Russian Club Robert VanHyfte ............... Chicago BS. Marketing. Psychology-Managementg Delta Sigma i. Marketing Club. Psi Chi. Intramurals. Tennis Thomas Vaughn ,.,...... ...... D ecatur BS in Ed. History. Social Science-English. Phi Alpha Thcta. WH H. Film Society. History Club John Vieira ................. Springfield BS rn Ed. Zoology. Botany. Sigma Pt. Intramurals Janet Vincent ......,...... Beardstown BS. in Etl. Physical Ed. Health Ed. WAA. Gymnastics Exhibition Team. WPEC Jerri Viscum ....,.,.... . ...... Joliet eva tn Ed: Physical Ed. Health Ed-Drivers Ed. WPEC. A I vs A1 ' sv pg.. C Qi ' t Ni sir T , ,,.. 's .,. 'l 'fersnz-v.i5qf'gjgE - .. ay, ' QE IO' -ezfnr X 2 '7 s 2 Q s, -552, In 2 -. N .rl . sn. X .. s 5- -1. Qu Q ' f , SEE ..,. yy I ix. 35 X Y ..- - 4 ,. vi? ' ' fe: . -i r I. .tm ,A M s . rg ' '---J" 'ur' J s ' 4 E mi' N, ...si c it 'MA-'Q 'Dx w-...v 'Vis 3 i t .Q i T7 is qu s.. .,,, 12- 15 . 4 . x t .,. W Q1 wiv' Fred Burgett, graduating senior. shows a sign of victory prior to graduation exercises. Many E.I.U. graduates know of his elation. 1, an ,F ,-all M 'Tv 3 ara ' W, 's L9 'l I I v Marilyn Viverito ............. Wheeling B,S in Ed: English. Latin: Kappa Delta. Kappa Delta Pi. Sigma Tau Delta. Pink Panthers Paulette Viverito ............. Wheeling BS in Ed.: Speech, French: Student Senate. Pink Panthers. Kappa Delta Bruce Vollrath .,............. Matteson B.S. in Business: Accounting-Management: Taylor Hall Executive Council. Intramurals James Voris .......... . . . Neoga BS. in Ed.. Zoology, Botany Malcolm Wodland .........,.... Tuscola B.S. in Business: Management, Accounting: Accounting Club. Society for the Advancement of Management Janet Waggoner ............... Decatur B.S in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Kappa Delta Pi Sarah Wagner .......... . . Charleston, Ind. B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: Cecilian Singers Michael Wahlig ............. New Athens BS in Ed: Speech. English: Neuman Club. Student Senate. Delta Chi. IFC. 5 Ofloclt Theatre Productions. Intra- murals. Graduation Marshall. Debate Team, Pi Kappa Delta. Student Rights Committee Elizabeth Wahlert . . ............ Lansing B.S. in Ed.1 Elem. Ed.: Gamma Delta. Sigma Alpha Iota. Phi Alpha Eta. Kappa Delta Pi. Andrews Hall Scholastic Committee, SEA, Symphonette Paula Waite ............. . . .lohnsonville B.S.. Business Education: Kappa Delta Pi. Pt Omega Pi Ross Wakefield , , ............ Shelb ville B.S. in Ed.: Industrial Arts: Industrial Arts Club. Elpsilon Pt Tau, Thomas Hall Executive Council Karen Walk .................... Neoga B.S. in Ed.: Business Ed.. Physical Ed.. Sigma Sigma Sigma 363 364 lltvl firaduating xenlewrx head l-mare! neu linrlf-nik upon Quin 1 nl their xtudiee at laxtern Judy Walker ..,,......... Olney Druid Walker ....... Went Liberty .411-P xv, BS in Edt hnglixh. Library Science. Sigma Ta'u Della l- K' PM r L' . R v . ,I X . Katherine Walker . . , Oak Lawn 1 ' N' -,Q Hsrneaafi 17' q Ernest Wallace .... . . Martinsville BS In lid, Nlalh. Phyxlu N 'J x F' X - W :- .tl A- wee.. James Waiterb .......... Greenu BS In Eel, Hiatury. Social Selenee. lnlramurae Susan Walker ...,,...,,.,. Olney B5 in lad, Hem hd David Wareham ....... Taylorville BS in Buxtnev. Marketing. Management. Tay" lur Hall kxeculive Cuuncil. Mixed Chorus. Menk Cileu Club Robert Warner Paris I uxinexe Aeeuuntini. DI: biemi Pi 'a W' if 5 Aeeuuntine C Iuh Appurtiemnient Board Creta Warren ,,,......... Carmi ,, .N BS in lgd. Hume lzconnrniex, BS in Business, S' Specialization in Nlerehandinng. AHEA , , ' Marjorie Warthen . . .,,.... lgnfleld X , BS In hell lzluni Ed F-. Glenda Washburn ,.,.... . . Toledo ...- BS In hd, Business Ld, Pi Omega Pl. SEA Larry Gene Wattes ..... Clay City Q ,N BS in hd. Pk, Heullh lid Safely and Driver hd. P lt Majnrx Club. lnlramurulx -WSF r , .- Z- 3 i..f,g - ' ' y P .e ,A . 9 . l Vmrav S-mg. .Aw IGN 'S-...., i ,,...u- , ,: xy Seniors Carol Weakley ....... . . . . Sullivan BS. in Bus.: Accounting. Management Thomas Weaver . ...,...,..,.,. :lewett BS tn Ed.: Math, English: Math club. l-xappa Delia Pi. kap- pa Mu Epsilon Cheryl Weber ...,., ............. P ana B.S. in Ed. Business Ed English: Ford Hall Social Chair Pink Panthers. Sigma Pi Swcethettrl Steven Weber ...........,,,,,. Newton BS in Ed: Social Science History. Russian Club Sue Sellender .,.......,.... . . Atwood B.S tn Ed.: Elem Ed. History, English Richard Wehrheim . ............ Chicago B.S tn Ed.. Speech. Social Science: Taylor Hall VP. Pub, Chair. Supreme Court Justice Daniel Weidner .............. Oak Lawn B.S. in Business: Marketing. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Market- ing Club Bruce Weinard ...... . .....,. Rossville B.S un Ed.: Comprehensive Vocational Education: RA. Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Omega Pi. Dorm Govern. David Wells ................, Montrose B.S. in Ed.: Geography. Social Science: Gamma Theta Llp- silon. Intramurals John Wells ....,........... Martinsville B.S. in Ed.. Math, Chemistry. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Math Club Ruth Wells ...,.............. Hammond B.S. in Ed,: Elem. Ed.: ACE. WRHA Kathleen Welnicke ....... . . River Grove B S. in Ed.: History. Social Science Candy Wennerstrom ......... Bannockburn B.A.: Psychology: Psi Chi. Kappa Mu Epsilon Linda Wenzelman ...,,......... Bonfield B.S. tn Ed.: P.E.. Health Ed.. Social Science. Kappa Delta Pi. Delta Psi Kappa. WPEC. WAA Charles West ......... , ..... Charleston B.S. in Ed.: Jr. High Ed.: EVA, Jr. High Majors Club Carole Westcott ...... ....... M uncie B.S. in Ed.: BSU. Cecilians Judy Westendorl ............. Dieterich B. . In Ed.: Business Ed.: Delta Zeta. Pi Omega Pt Treas., Kappa Delta Pi. Student-Faculty Publications Board Sec. Mary Westendorf ............. Montrose B.S. tn Ed.: Secretarial Studies. Social Science Thomas Wetzler ......,.......... Peoria B.S. in Business. Management: Delta Chi. Financial Vice Pres. ol Student Body. Student Senator Clarence Whaley ............. Maywood in Ed.: P.E.. Zoology: Football. Student Senate. Alpha Phi Alpha. COHR. P.E. Majors Club John Whitcher ...... ,.... ....... P a ris B.S.: Recreation: Recreation Club VP. Intramurals Charles White ................. Newman B.S. in Ed.: P.E.. Zoology: P.E. Major Club. Intramurals Charles White .............. . . Sullivan B.S. in Ed.: English, Russian Theatre Arts: Russian Club. Pres. Theatre Guild Loren White ................ Chrisman B.S. in Business: Marketing. Management: Student Senator. Delta Mu Delta. Phi Rho Pi. EVA 365 366 Senior Michael White ........ . . . Dolton BS in Ed, English. Psychology Nancy Miller Vthtte ...,...... Charleston BS. in Ed, Speech. English. Debate. Discussion. Pi lsappa Delta. Speech Consultative Committee. Speakers Bureau. lsappa Delta Pt Patricia White . . . , . Decatur BS tn Ed Hem Ed Margaret Wiedemann ......,...., Dundee BS in Ed. Pl'ljsICS. Mathematics. RA. Ford Hall Program Chairman. kappa Delta Pt. kappa Nlu Epsilon, Physics Club Nancy Wilcox . ,.... , . . Mt. Carmel BS in Ed, Elem Ed. ACE DeAnna Williams ............t... Pana BS in Ed. Art. Theatre Arts. Cheerleader. NAEA Dianna Williams . ,..,... . . . . , . Newton BS. tn Ed. Elem Ed. ACE Edward Williams ...... ....., M t. Carmel BS. in Ed. Business Education, SEA, Tau Kappa Epsilon Janice Williams ,.... . , ....... Danville BS, in Ed. English. Social Science. Kappa Delta Phi. Sig- ma Tau Delta Jennifer Williams ,.,... . . Browns B S in Ed. Elem Ed. ACE Nancy Williams ,.,........... Mattoon BS. Nledical Technology. Chemistry. Pre-Med Associa- tion. ACS Rosalind Williams ,,......., ...... A rgo BS in Ed. Physical Education. Health. WAA. WPEC ETSU' , I S - ef, - qs Q.-.. 'lb kj 'vu N! .31 4' 31,1 pg N A yy t X l X. x 0 04 Q,- -Q " 1 D 44" lptfgxs if tx NRA A 'IST Q x .. . fl a Thomas Williams ............. Madison B.S. tn Ed.: Geography. Zoology-Driver's Ed.1 Gamma Theta Upstlon. Vice-Pres. Carol Williamson . . . .......... Mahomet B,S in Ed.: Jr High Ed.. English. Social Studies: Della Zeta. Jr High Club Carl Wilkey . , , . Mt. Vernon B.S.. Recreation George Wilson .............., Springfield BS. in Ed.: Speech. Social Science: Football. nlramurals, Taylor Hall, Pres., Student Senator. Omega Psi Phi Janet Wimberly .............. . . Salem B.S. in Ed.. Elem. Ed.1 WAA. ACE. SEA Mary Winegarner ............... Urbana B.S in Home Economics. Family Services. Journalism. Sc- eiologyg Warbler. Iiaxlern News, Copy Editor. Greek Edi- tor. Advertising Representative. Pi Delta Epsilon, Kappa Delta. Editor. Press Chairman. Home Economies Club. UCM Donna Winslow ............... Springfield 8.5. in Ed.. Art. Physical Education: Delta Zeta. Pink Panthers. Punt Pon Squad. Homeetmting Conintittee. WAA Ellen Young ........... . . Charleston B.S. in Ed.: Art: SEA. NAEA Robin Youn ................ Mahomet E B.S. in Ed.: Jr, High Ed.: Alpha Sigma Alpha. History Club, Lawson Hall Council Wendy Youngblood ............ Springfield B.S. in Ed.: Eem. Ed.. Art-Speech: Delta Zeta. Canterbury Club. Homecoming Committee. ACE James Zaremba ............... Berwyn B.S. in Ed.: Physical Ed.. Health Ed.-Drivers Ed.: Tau Kap- pa Epsilon, Football. Tennis Katherine Zuber ............,. Litchfield B.S. in Ed.: English. Library Science: SEA. Newman Club Lloyd Zuber ......... ,... ..... , , Olney B. . in Ed.: Math. Botany: Newman Club. Math Club. Kappa Delta Pi. SEA Mary Zuber ...... . . Claremont B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed. Deberah Wohltman . . , ...... . . . Dieterich B.S. in Ed.: English. French: English Club. French Club. SEA Jogfce Wolfer ............... Blue Mound .S. in Ed.: Mathematics. Psychology: Kappa Mu Epsilon. Malh Club. Phi Alpha Eta: Ford Hall Council. Treas.. Ford Hall. WRHA Bette Wood . . ..... , . . Arcola B.S. in Ed.: Arl. History Stephen Woodland . .... . ...... Litchfield B. . in Ed.: Mathematics. Physical Education: Phi Sigma Epsilon. Kappa Mu Epsilon. Judicial Council. Homecoming Treas. Mary Woods ......... . . . Newton B.S. in Ed.: Elem. Ed.: ACE Randall Wright . .... ......... C harleston B.S.: Physics. Math: Physics Club. lnlramurals Steven Wright .............. .... K ansas B.S. in Ed.: Industrial Arts: Alpha Kappa Lambda, Assistant House Manager. Corresponding Sec.. IAC Tavey Wright .........,,.. . . Marshall B.S. in Ed.: Business. Library Science Dennis Wuebbels ..... . . Mascoutah B.S. in Business: Accounting Mary Yarbrough ........ Brookston, Minn. B.S. in Edg Theatre. Art: EIU Players Roger Yates ..,..........., Galesburg B. .1 Zoology, Chemistry: Pi Kappa Alpha. Zoology Semi- nar, Stage Band, Vice-Pres.-Pre+lVIed Association. Vice- Pres. Beta Beta Beta Steghen Yormark .......... Peekskill, N.Y. B. .1 Marketing: Alpha Kappa Lambda. Social Chairman. Scholarship Chairman. Advertising Manager Y ' 1 ...,.. ...,. xg 5 , .AN ,..., ,,,., , . 367 368 Junior Trmolhy Abel John Abrell Nrelue -Xekman Charnpargn Taylorxrllv: Oblong lxalhlecn ,-Xdamy Waucoma, loxsa Arnold .-Kewehleman Roanoke Benjamin Ahrlng O'Fallon Rosemary -Xllen Gaye Llla -Xmernun Clay Crly Paul Anderko Elmwood Park Gregory -Knderwn New Lenox Connie -Xnslemenl Carmr Anthony Arxola Barrlnglon Peggy 'Arn-mrr-ng Barn Arnole Paul Ashmore lxalhryn -Xugu-lrne Shrrley Auybrook Sue Babb Royalle Bak Jamey Bandy Sherri Barker Nlary Barr Craig Barlelly lzarle Baueum James Baugher Danny Baughman bue Bayerxaehy Cxndy Bayuw Lnnda Baylew Charles Baxter Carol Bcek Blll Behr Dean Beleher Joyce Belley Sandy Btlll , Denms Benlrne Jane Benlen Bradford Berger Teresa Berglueld Davrd Berry Peggy Bertagnolln Janice Berl-uhunger Croxn llle C hampalgn Hnllxboro Blue Xlound Clay Cnty Champaign Chueago Grrard Danville Rock lxland Aurora Danyrlle VN mdyor Noble Sprrnglrcld Orlando, Ha Pam Arcola Damsllu Xyarrenulle Hrllyhoro Malloon Marshall Chlcago Chllllcolhe DuOuoun Brrghlon Belley rlle Benld Springfield John Beusch Cedar Rapids. 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Joliet . . Teutopolis , . . Ellsworth . . . Tuscola . . Villa Grove . . . . . Pana . , Olney . . . Manteno . , Charleston . . Galcsburg , . . . . Dupo . , , . Capron . . Oak Lawn . . Gary. lnd. Stephen Carmichael ,..,.. .... Bl oornington, lnd. Teri Carnine .,..,. Charleston Karen Caruso ,... . . . Chicago Stanley Ceader ...., Westville Cary Chapman ........ Atwood Delores Chapman , . McLeansboro Constance Childress , Glenda Clark . , . Randall Clark . . Linda Coad ..... William Cocagne . John Coffey .... Daniel Coffman . , Jclfrey Cole . . , , Mt. Vernon . , . . Decatur . . . Braidwood . , .Champaign , . Taylorville . . . . Tuscola , . , . , Decatur . . . Champaign 369 370 DJ'-xd Lvlhm Elxzqbclh Cumpmn C1curg.mn Cunncr Slcxcn C1-nlmx Twny CUM ,lwnnc Currugdn Siumn Curun' Lunch Cnugh L1nd.n Lmkkcl PM Crcck C.1LhJcnc kryvr RUNH Dqlhy Sumn Dmmm Cynlhm Lkmdwn lxqlhryn Umm Nha Dun Nm DMM RnLh,mJ Ikmx Rvnhuu linux Nlqry Dun! 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Linda Harper , . . Wendell Harris . . Pamela Hartshorn Karen Hartwtg . . Carol Hathaway . Suzanne Hawkins Cheryl Haynes . . Debby Hays .... Richard Heaney . Darlene Heer . . Valerie Helm . . . Margaret Helregel China Henltne Jerry Hicks .... Lori Hicks .... Carol Higgaxon .... Judith Hill . . . Jeffrey Hodge . . Celeste Hoffman . William Hoffman . Mary Hoisington . Barbara Hunt . . . Judy Hunt . . , Andre Hunter , . . Tamra lkemtre . . Dale Jackson . . . Joyce Janowski , . Lois Janvrin . , . Clara Jarnagin . . Carole Johnson . . Cheryl Johnson , . Donald Johnson . . . . , Atwood . Springfield , , . . Flora . , Mcliena Martinsville . . . Yale . , Belleville . . . , . Yale Effingham . . Danville . . Hoody . , Rossville . , Kansas . , . Decatur . . Effingham . Mt. Vernon . Mascoutah . . . Tuscola . . Newton , . Colfax . Effingham , . . Danville . Taylorville , Taylorville . , . . Parts . . . . Decatur , . Dolton . . . Oblong . . . , Neoga , Charleston . Kankakee . . . Oblong . . . 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Pana Xlargarcl lxmlll Ccnlralla Suyan knulh Thomson ,Iancl lwchcr Sl: Niarlc Rubcrl Ixulkmelcr N11 Xcrn-ln Jcrry klrlmur Nll Ncrrllln lxarcn Ixoulyuumpay Nlaryhall Rn lxrclg Hum Alan kuclcmcycr Munlmcllu Alrxly Lane Polomalg Terry Lanlhrum , Hlllsburu Linda Lauvqcrcny Klncald Prlyclllu Lavlwlll Danvlllc Barbara Legg Grayvlllr Charlcun Luhncn Nuklvmly -Xnnu Luunay Humcwoud Dunald Lclll. Hora Rhunda Llchlcnburgcr Curml Slanlcy Llndur Rcnsxclacr. Ind Cllllun Llrldlcy Danylllc Jann: Lllhcrland Sl lfrunclxllllu Sandy Lllcycy Nlanllu Dluna Locks: Dcczllur Rlynald Luckc 'Walloon karen Loclllur Pclcrshurg Peggy Luggun Champalgn Billy Lum Plnckncyxlllu Jamus Llmvyc Pana Ronald Lundccn Plane Jamuy Lulhc Rey! Salcnl SICMCD Lymly Tuyulla Xllyhacl N1ah.m Dccalur Niaryha Nianucl Hllnghanl Canal Nlaranlll K hluagn Charley Niarly Rlmdlcllc kdvnn Harb Julla N1arllyv.c Hlghland Park Ml Xurnun ,Jul . Q Y A X E if .12 fav h' xl' l L, -fl RX '. 0? E lf -O wk' 5. av- v 6 lg? 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Danforth Marcia Mitchell , , . Loungton Brenda Nlilte , , Charleetun Francie Nlonceski . Keuanee Jamey Moore , . , , Charleeton Judith Morris . . . NlcLeanyhoro Richard Morrow . . . . Elgin Linda Xlueetantc Nlt Pr-iypect Vicki Tylullick . Decatur Becky Mullen . Tolono Lon Murphy Herrin Marilyn Musgrave . . Hillsboro Brenda Nlyere . . Sandra Nagroclslti . Charles Nater . . Shttrun Nciyen . Grill 'Neubauer . -Xrt 'Neuhaus Taylorville Johnston City . , . . Tuscola , . Decatur Xlt Prmpeel 'Niurthlakc Carol Neuman ,,.., LaGrange James Newman . , Gary Nixon .... Paul Noerenberg . . Patricia Nolan , . . Donna Ogden . . . Janis Olds . , , Michele O'Leary . . Vtclxi O'R0urke . . . Jacqueline Ortman . Michael Padgett . . Patricia Padgett . . Michael Palm , , Philip Parratore . Thomas Patch-:lt . Lori Paul . . . . Claire Peceny . Patrick Pence , . . Erneat Pero . . . James Petern , . Patricia Petersen J . Iris Pickens , . Janet Pierson . , Darlene Piler ,... Dave Pike ..,.. Dixie Pinkytafl . , Patricia Pinkstaff . , Gayle Piper ..., , . Martineulle . , Manylield . . , , . Olney . . Oak Park . . . Kansay . . . Wyanet , Orland Park . West ljnion Layyrencextllc , , . . Claytun . . . Clayton . . Grayylake , . Morrtdge . , Brocton . . Collinwille . . . Westmont . . . Litchfield . Lawrenceville . NlcLeanNboru LaGrange Park . Maltoon . . , Decatur , . . Sullivan , . . Fairfield Laureneetille Lawrenceulle . . . 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Lauretla Slanberry Donna Stanley , . . Paula Steele . . David Stelmalewski Jayne Stewart . . Sandra Stine ..., Donna Stitt , Michael Silvers . Sherilyn Stoltz Jean Stone . . . Larry Stonecipher Sandra Storm . . Beverly Strawaer Byron Striclxer . Catherine Stula Kathy Swanson . Kelcey Swift . . Janice Taylor . , Linda Tebbe , . . Michael Thomas . . Susan Thomas . Joy Thompson . . Robert Thompson , Sandy Tinsman . . Ginger Tolliver . Mary Traylor . . . Gail Truitt . . . Susan Tucker . . . Kansaa Louisville Chicago . Midlothian Decatur . Atwood Decatur l-indlay Pam Taylorvllle . Oak Ltivtn Effingham . Grcenup Moweaqua , . Maltoon . Scheller . , . , Caholtia . St. Elmo Charlevton , Carlinrille ,, Oblong ,,,Mt Zion Mt, Vernon , . Neoga , . Homer . , , Oltawvllle . .Chicago . . Wyanet , . . Danville . . Oakland . Teutopolia Mount Olive . Charleston . Charleston . . Newman . . . . Peoria . Taylorville . . Hillsboro . . Mansfield . . Mattoon Gary Ulm ,..,.,..,... Noble Stephen Umland . Champaign Pal Varel ....,..,.. Bartelso Rita Vaaght ..., . Lawrenceville Deborah Veith .,.. Edwardsville Vicki Vinson . . . ,... Tuscola Carol Vogelsong ..... . Mattoon Lynn Volle ......., Elmhurst Mike Vornehm , . Indianapolis. lnd. Ruth Waggoner . . Mary Walden . . , Kris Walton .... Paul Ward . ,... . . . . , Gays . . Mattson , . Arcola . . Deerfield William Warmolh . . . Charleston Edith Warner . . . Georgia Warren . . Carolyn Warthen . Donald Wasson . . Nancy Watson . . . Carey Watts . . . Gary Webb . , . Julie Weiler .... Pamela Welch . . . . . . , . Toledo . , Springfield , . . Enfield , . Manteno . . . Golconda . . Mattoon . . . Mattoon . . . Claremont Wilmington 375 376 Juniors N A Garry: NW :HN Xml.: XKcxL.1U Cum! 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N ,lnllcl - - A 5 Y 5 Huburr N uslccp an an rcxull uf u long hard xludy und .. . f A. nlcnw cunccnlrulion and thc quiet warmth ot' lhc library i Q un idcul place fur an nup. , 1 7-4' 0 sf, - 5 '41 'Iy ,S . y ,t .- . ,ff ,,5- N, ' 3 . ,s .51 in ..., t . .N fn ,. i Q-Ffh .M su- Q , ,L , ' -lla ' H" we Lx is . 524- . - 4- N .Nh rx: 1 's tx t ri' ' , rt l :Em ,L L :-:L-L J-C'5:5Z3:Z 'S A L N 15.5, J ' I K ii ,f ., .4 , " ' .4 , f m ' .- I V s y rig , iQ: A' -:av t l V-. , ,. ,., -- .,.,, H ,.-5:3 ,-,sig is -cy, 'Q' ,. it li .A -wav ' i t , my nu- - es: "at -as ITE'-ef?" . ' -fri' 15 , 1' ,A fills? fg' Q ,, 4 . , a. .,. Q-1 we , E i ' , .,,,. C A o , 'Q . 'X v- ' ' " 'Ni r" ' ' ""' 1' J i . 1 ,K I 2' ' ,.':!, 5 .. ,, ., , T.- iY,-..55...' .. . v" :yy V ' Y 3, 4 V t 5 4. no 47- ,. Lv? S 9 Q " xx' KX Y R, , Y: f fo r ,V 'G v is A e-Ji s C n, , fr: . 3' rf. A I' 6 'i ff v 'Q x iraq X Sophomores Thomas Acctayattt Decatur Elsie Albers . Blue Mound Cynthia Albert Lake City Mary Albright Champaign Michael Alyets . , , Dorsey Carole Anderson South Holland John Armfield Hoffman Estates Janet Armstrong Decatur Sherry' Ayers , . . Villa Grove Larry Badgley . , Olney Karen Bailey , , Tower Hill Marta Baker . , Metropolis Alta Bartram . , Nlaryhall Sandy Bates , Pamela Bayles , Carlinyillc , ..,. Xenia Deborah Beaderstadt ..... Lisle Susan Beals , . . . Mattoon Judith Beasley ...., Westfield Barbara Becker . John Bell , . . Stephen Beneltel Robert Bennett Xlichael Bergan . Patriuk Bernardi Catherine Bertoltno Louellen Bierman , James Btrchler , , Dale Black , . Delores Blackmon Rath Blakeney , , , Linda Block , . , Nleadvtlle. Pa, . , , . Oakley . . . . , . Paris , Gibson Citi Langleyyille Dunyille . . Witt , . Hoyleton , , Sparta . Chicago . , . . , Chicago . . Ridge Farm . . . . Clsne Brenda Blose , Chicago Heights Marjorie Boaz . . , Elaine Bohlen . . . Calhie Bolsen . , Susan Borries . . Sandra Bowen . . David Bowers , . Jeni Boyd . . Kathryn Boyd . . Byron Boyer . . . Terry Brannon , , Trudy Bratton . . . Vickie Braun . , Shirley Brendel , . Kenneth Brewer , Ltnda Brineitalli Brenda Brooks . . Carolyn Brown , . Nancy Brown . . Rick Brown . , Wanda Brown . . Cindy Browne . . , Sharon Brumleve , Donald Bruns . . , Teresa Bruns . . . Mary Bucher . , Carol Buck . , . Scott Buck . , Celia Buntin ,... John Bunyar . , , Pamela Burkhardl Marla Burnett , , , . . Vandalia . . . . . Tvlattoon , . Lovington , Teutopolix . Robinson . Charleston , . , Anna . . .Columbia , . . Casey , . , Vandalia , , , . . . Carmt . . Mt. Pulaski Collinsville , Ramsey Dolton . . Joliet , Carmi , Kankakee . . . Decatur , . , Hammond . . . Mattoon , . Teutopolis , . Golden Camp Point ....,.Cairo . Glen Ellyn . . McLean , . . . Palestine , . , Chicago Park Forest , Greenup 377 Sophomores Dun Bywm Dunn Byd Thvruax Lunwdy Buky Luwn fury Lqrlcr Nqmy C.mmlH Xhry QJNQ Xlnphqcl L.v..m.4ugh Pqlrnm Lhmv: Nhdcllnc LIME. lilkn Llukm Ixqrcn Clumunl D1.1nn.xCM5xclJnd lmnklwn Luicnmn bhqmn Lwiguxc Xhry C.,nNl.ml B.1rmr.1 L1-UL, kmhcrxnc L wk Tum Lmvlnng R.1l'N-gr: Lmfn Ddhcrl Lurnvcll Brcndd Lux Lghn Cox Suu Luxm: N.1nq Qrm,l.1ru lgxrl Lmlhurx L Iurlcx Q r-mluy Sluphqnuc Lurmungm Bdrmm C url Bmw L urry Lnmuw L mm hqrrx 1 ullur BcImd.nLu1u P.nrnuI.l Dguugwd .lunml-gr U.nud C114-I Umm Ddud Dqux klfk Dun Dunn.: Dmlhcmgu Bundy Ucmlur Dunn.: lJuII.1.m.J Ndmy Dcpuk htuucn Derry .Inc llurum! 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Wy ' K 1 Q.. . 1 A N-U. . K 1- 17 4 X " - . I AA - .Mis ww X, Q65 Y 1 .-Q I 4 1 ,f LA' X.:'. I . cl Y C S ,Lx f E ,, 1. -. .,v --v f -p .33 '1 .1 X Y -1 n MT -2' -v N Q pf :r -W -X w'-w WM N T 5. Q Q.. lf- ' Q51 A 1 .- sq uf- Xv ' nb-'19 fn vfv ..- V 'Y' 1 I s wi ,X f I A x '23 6 . 3 A. fir? , . -an-mi, , av, .. 'I Xi - .V P 'F 4-1 Q gf. .N pete.. -f m? '4 1 4 Av- XM . g . . , ff G V 5 5 5,02 , , 3, , 9 . 00 A x J ff - N . , x ' X f x to X X 'S 5 33. ,. Q XE? .a- -f-. , . .fr , Ex t. la i 'W 3- ' v 4 6 13? Y.. l V up l 3 ".,Z!TTX. t .1 4 l v..,,, V: F .gan ., te-, rf-, 0 sf, 'wr , . S A . f 5-gulf' 2 ' '-xi? A 22211 ,, ' . 'ii ,vo , 1, 1 . if V Q t vb I, I et N . 1 , ,, Q Sally Dyc . , Linda Eckerty . Peggy Eder .,,. Debra Ehrhart . , Talia Eisenstein , , Christine Elliot . ..,.,..Gefl ,.,.Brocton . Elmwood Park , , . . Peotone Hammond. Ind. Arlington Heights Susan Ellis , . , , Rebecca Endsley . Charles Engelhart Leslie Englehart Shelby Engelman . Shirley Enke , . , Monique Eppinette Carolyn Ermisch , Janelle Erway , . Robert Farley . . Paula Faulkner , . Lee Fieldman . , Patricia Finley . Cindy Fleming . . Donna Fook , , . Joan Forman , , Barbara Forshier Brenda Fox ..,. Larry Frye . . . Kathryn Fuhr . . Nancy Fuhrer . . . Christine Fulks , , Lynn Gardner , . Christine Gauwitz Helma Gehlbaeh . James Getz .... , . . Tower Hill . . . . Casey . , . Chicago , , , Paw Paw . . . Nokomis , , Bunker Hill . , Charleston . , . Berkeley . , Bridgeport . , Mt. Vernon , , . Chicago . . Dwight . , Decatur . . . . Decatur . . . Tower Hill , . Park Forest . . Hoopeston . . . Madison . . . Donovan . . . Wyoming . . . Mt. Pulaski . , . Bradford . . , . Marshall . . . Bartonville , , . . . Lincoln . . . , Findlay Margaret Gillterson . . . , Peoria Cherylann Gilley . . . . . Marion Linette Gleeson . . J Lexington Bernadette Gleespen . . . Nokomis Cheryl Glens , . . Cheryl Glithero . Susan Gnevo . . . Janice Goble . . Karen Goble .... Phyllis Goldstein , Judy Goodwin . . , . . Oak Lawn . . . , Chrisman , , . Bonnie . . . . Westfield ...,...Casey . Mechanicsburg . , , . Oblong Marilyn Goodwinn ..,. Palestine Ann Goold ..... Barbara Gouwens . Sandra Gouwens , . . . . . Fairbury . South Holland . South Holland Ann Graff ,,.., . . . Middletown Mona Grafton . . Beverly Graham . Melody Grandi . . James Grant . . Fred Graves . . Deborah Green . , Julene Grimes . . . . . , . Mattoon . . . . Raymond , . . , St. Peter , . , Charleston . . . Riverton , . . St, Peter . . Clinton Nancy Grunloh . , . . . Effingham Russell Guimond . Anna Gustafson . . . . . Manteno . . . Homewood Dennette Guyer . .... Robinson Lois Guymon . . . Carol Haas , . . . . , . Paris . . . , Wheaton James Hackbarth ..., Elmhurst Stephanie Hagen . . , . Des Plaines 380 Ronald Hagcnuu , , Mantertu Xtrgvnta Han, Edwardntlle Dtanna Hanicn Fox Rtver Crux: Gall Hanyon . 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Debra Freeman Nlerllee Fuche lxeith Fuerxt Camille Funk Delana Cvalgan Nancy Gartner Curtis Garyer Xlichael Gamood Pat Ganett Rae Gatettood Xlarilyn Gattax . . Clinton Tay lort illc Springfield . Chicago Ntlitood Sulliy an Nokornit XX .irren Streator , Lanxtng Farmerxt ille eyppleton. Xt it Nloueaqua Zion Urbana Decatur Chrtsman , Glennoud . , Salem Nlt Proxpect Cheryl Gayer , Elk Groye Xtllage Cheryl Gayer . , Cathy Gerdauxlty . Janice Gibbenx Conttanee Gibbons .ludith Gilbert Thomas Gilex Bccktc Gill , Ann Gilpin Xleltnda Gtmhut Catherine Glmmy Beverly Glenx . . Linda Goeckner Dattd Grace , , Bruce Grafton Cathy Graver . Daniel Green Marian Green . Samuel Green . . . Barbara Greene , , , Margaret Greenwood Donna Gregg . . , Peter Greinke . . Fa James Grepling . . Kathleen Gress . . Vicki Griffith ..,. Marta Grigoroff . . Suman Gross . , Sharon Grucel , . . Rickie Hagan . , , . . , Robinson . . . Danyille Foosland Decatur Oakland , Aurora Xlatloon . , Pekin , Elmhurst . 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Cisne Linda Kraft Verona Sandra Kramer . Belleville Sandy Kreke . Effingham Duane Krueger . . Danfurth Vickie Krupp . . . , , Millstadt Joseph Kupish , . . Decatur Barbara Kutosky Granite City Pamela Kutz . . , Chicago Dianna LaBarge . . Bradley Jared Lacy' . . . . . Galesburg Linda Lancey . Chillicothe. Mo. John Landon . , . Mattoon Donna Lane . , ,.,,. Geff Deborah Larson . . Shelbyville Nancy Lashbrools . , Marshall Kathryn Leesman Mt. Pulaski Nora Lellore . . . . Chicago Debra Leonard Gibson City Rebecca Lewis . , . Wheeler Carol Ltchter . Murphysboro Anita Light . , , ..... Toledo Sandra Limerick , . . Decatur John Lindsay . . , . Tuscola Susan Lindsey . . . , Oblong Jean Linls , , . , . . Manteno Barry Lowder , , . . Atwood Christine Lowery . , Westfield Carol Loy . , . Effingham Pamela Ludwig , . . , Fithian Thomas Lueker Ptnchneyville Henry Lulya , . . . . . Decatur lnez Lunnemann ..,.... Cutler Marie Lunstrum , Lexington Janet Lurtz . . . . . O'Fallon Martha Lutz . . . Deborah Lynch ,.... Michael Ly saker Sheila Madden . . . Lawrence Major Pamela Mann . Robert Mann . , Mary Marburger Carol Marko . . . Rhonda Marshall Linda Marsiglio . Lynn Marsigtio . Diane Martin . . Eltiise Martin . . Lorraine Martin . Dennis Maskel . . . , . . Arcola . . , . Salem . Mascoutah . . , . . Elgin . Jerseyville . . Lansing . Robinson . , Bethalto , . Chicago , . Cowden . . Chicago . . Chicago . . Belleville . Caseyville . Caseyville Georgetown Kathleen Matthews .... Red Bud Carol Matthiesen ..... Waukegan 391 392 Janus Nlattaon Roxanne Ntetfloud Rebecca NlcCoIlum Timothy XtcCollurn Dons NlcConaehte Ann NleDameI . Norma XleDonald Robert McGee Becky Nlclntoeh Jenntler Nlclntoth Ltnda NlcLougltltn Carol Nledley karen Nlehrena Anita Nletsner Dtxte 'Nlelton Susan Melton Sandra Nlextl. Anthony Nleyer Carol Nlteelt Larry Mtcerthetmer Norma Nltekey James Mtlburn Faye Nltllburg Ann Nltller Dana Nltller Ltnda Nltller Susan Nltllcr Zana Mtller Deborah Nltlltgan Joseph Nltlton Carol Ntocella Sandra Moore lda N1orehouse Duane Morez Gtna Morgan Jeannte Morgan Mary Morro Jultat Vlorrtney Lynne Mouery Joan Nluchovt Pamela Mulac Deborah Mullen Nlareta Murray Pamela Vlutch JoAnn Nlyerx Vltndy Nlyerx Larry Nate! Brenda Neal Barbara Nelson C Shetla Nelson Joann Netzer Brenda Nev-ltn Jerome Newltn , Marsha Ntelxun Pamela Nut: Patrtcta Norman Judith Novak Joyce Novotny Karen Odom Helen O'Hara Marcta Olson Gerald Opp . . Kathleen Orban Lawrencettlle . Aurora . Benton . 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Freeburg Urbana , Esmond , , Paris Decatur , Joliet Bradley Monticello Rantoul . Olney Seymour Downers Grove , , . Oblong , Medlnah , Mascoutah Burnt Prairie . . Coffeen . Springfield , . Plainview Cerro Gordo . . Palestine Mt. Vernon . . . Decatur . . . Chicago . . Mattoon , . Maywood Villa Grove Jacqueline Radcliff .,..., Pana Theresa Rahn ......, Tuscola Clarice Raisler ..... Belleville Janice Raklovits . . . . Chicago Lynne Randa . . . Western Springs William Rapp . . Mary Rasmussen Ricky Ratliff .... Loretta Rawlings Connie Reincke . Rogene Rennels . . Mary Renschen . Mary Rentfrow . Renay Richards . Joyce Richardson Edward Ricks . . Susan Riggtns . . Sue Rigler ,... Catherine Riley . Cheryl Riley . . Betty Ring ..,. Martha Roach , Gail Roberts . . . Loueva Roberts . Larry Rodgers . Thomas Roediger . . Darlene Roepke . Marcia Roelker . Cynthia Roller , . Holly Root . , . Betty Roseberry . Connie Rotter , . Sherry Ruble . . . . . , Belleville . . Paxton . . Gays . . . Olney . . 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Penn Chrxatena Smith Donna Srnrth .lean Smlth Karen Smrth Nlartha Smith Sharon Smnth Pamela Smdcr Donald Snncgnmltt lzaxt Alton I arllnttlle Thomaybom Sprlnglteld Lhleagn Olallon I harletton lem-ant ar Y X f x M Iv f l " -' . V l 5, ' ' rin! JZ f ilm Q Q., I N f 'W if s. E ,. vw '55 L . ' 4 no -I 'J ,1 J- 'Sa if S X , 1 ' 4 Q is 42' 'N-.Jw .6 . J f-F-sa F' ev' fw- e,. sf , ,.,,, 1--., i a... X .--- , I 1-I-.r t1.t,vwg,:.J 1 rf 1 x - I.. s f-ga-- .4., .,.:s - me - ,y ss. q ., 4, s K s L K ' 'At "" ' , -., W Qhsn sr? i " fl Q 11 - "5 .F , fa , , E' 1:5 l ,, 3.-as X-' y S: 'TW-vw , l NJ s 5 XP 4 tt 9 vt-.ar N xv , 41116 an . VI, ' , I gy -f in. 'K 1 5 fs C K I .,A., I ,vw . ,iq xi i 'C-'Ci 'QL 'ii C' W Qfz , is 'I ui ,J '- v . Aq q M I aatifgi, sfags " t '1'4l X, 'A ve? ,Z if Q59 4 'lv .i. ',,J, - if Skfzi aj JE ' fa NN.- K , at a I 2 '4' xg' gf I 4 Elizabeth Snoke , Patricia Sowers , Mary Steckler , Rebecca Steely , Cynthia Stelzer , , Mary St. Eve . . Glenna Stevens , Glenn Stilnelc . Brenda Stombaugh Barbara Storm . , Connie Storm . . , Rebecca Stotls . . Terri Strachan . . Sandra Stracinsky Roger Stricker . Clara Strole . . . Debby Stuckey . Paula Sur . . . Mary Sweeney . , Paul Tzindersley . Docia Taylor . , Philip Taylor . . , Lucinda Thatcher Betty Thomas . . Rene Thominet . . Leslie Thornton , Tanya Tiahrt . . Kathy Tiemann . Elizabeth Tierney Larry Toll .... Polly Tomaski . , Laurie Toth ..., Cheryl Towles . , Halden Traughber Martha Trovt . . . . Cerro Gordo , . Franklin , . , Belleville Chicago Heights . , . Lansing . Belleville . . Clayton . Decatur Moweaqua . . . . Mattoon . Strasburg . , Mahomct , , . Naperville . . . Chicago . . , Okawville , . Hutsonville , . . . Chatsworth Effingham , . . . Bradley . . . Assumption , . Murphysboro . . . . Decatur . . . , . Mattoon ....,.Arthur . . , Hazel Crest . . Mt. Pulaski , , , . Belleville . . . Belleville . . . . Eldorado , . . Shelbyville , . . Momence ...,..Joliet . . . Charleston . . . Blue Mound . . . , . Cahokia Ada Trover ...... . . . Savoy Barbara Tschaepe ,..,..Peoria Linda Tureskis . . . . . Divernon James Turner , . . John Tutlis . . , Charles Tuttle . . Ellen Uptmor . . Larry Vahle . . . . . , Mattoon , . Potomac . . . Robinson . . . Effingham ......Liberty Cheryl Vail ........ Shumway Donald Vogel . , Arlington Heights Shirley Volentine ...... Decatur James Wagner ......... Cary Mary Wagner ...,., New Athens Patricia Waner ....,. Bradley Sandra Walder .,..... Buckley Christopher Waldrep . , . Macomb Tara Waldop ,,.r.,,,, Herrin Donna Walker ,,.... Steeleville Rosemary Walsh .... Mt. Pulaski Linda Walters ...,. Hazel Crest Darla Walton ...... Granite City Jeanine Wareham . . . Taylorville Carma Warren . . V Vincennes, lndiana Caroline Watson ..... Golconda Vera Weaver ,.... Johnsonville Jo Ann Webb. .. ...,,Newton Debbie Weber ,..... Robinson Judith Welch ....... Wilmington 395 396 Freshman Fmnccx Xkc! 0 N hnqgn lxucm XX :HN Hqmmond, Ind P.nlrm.x X! 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Shirley Abbel1,John G. 261.368 Acciavatti. Thomas 377 Aceto. Dianne 288,386 Ackerman. Allan F. 288 Ackerman. Anthony R. Ackerman. Jane C. ndex This is the alphabetical listing ol students. Those whose pictures appear in the 1970 WARBLER are indicated by the appropriate page numbers. Alms. Everett 114 A lplm Ganm Della 240.2-ll .4lpl1u Kappa Lambda 253.25-l .-1 lplia Plit' .-1 lplia 255.256 .Allplm Plii .4lplm Little Silrtenr 290 .-llplta Plil Oiutfgu 256.257 .-tlplta Pri Kappa 163 .4 lplta Sigma .4 lplta 242.243 Alps, Cynthia Ann Alumbaugh. Randy J. 253 Alwardt. Leonard E. 259 Alwerdt. Darrell L. Amadet. Raymond A. 309 Ambler. Ralph B. Jr. Arzi. Peggy A. 299 Asadorian. Richard Bangert. Paul D. Asbu ry. William M. Aschermann. Lewis D. 27-1 Ash. Harold Lee Ashburn. Richard A 309 Ashby. Willa Maud Ashley. Debra 386 Ashley. Larry .l. Ashley. Roberta .lean y. Thomas Lee Bango. Joyce A Bank. Kathleen Ann 240.309 Bankroll. Lynn E. Banks. Carolyn Sue Banks. James C. Banks. Michael E. Banks. X ickt Ann Bankston, Gary F. Bannister, Bruce A. Bannon.Cathleen M. Ackerman, Linda L. l50.15l.286,30S Acklin. Kay Marie Ackman. Donald R. 264 Ackman, Vicki F. 368 Accounting Club 120 Accounting. Dept. 118 Activities Board 286 Acree. Robert W. Adams. Beth 180.2-15.281308 Adams. Cherilyn A. Adams. David N. -16,138 Adams. Everett Wm. Adams. Gale Marie 386 Adams. Joseph A. Adams.Julyann 386 Adams. Kathleen N. 368 Adams. Lonnie Dean Ambrose. William K, Amenda. Jeffrey L. .4 inerieait Cltertiical Amerman. Lila K. 368 Ames. Mi chael L. Amey. Linda J. Ammann, Richard L. 27-1 .-linux, Dewtji' 169 Anderbcrg. Myra Society 168 Anderko. Paul E. 264.368 Anderko, Robert L. Anderson. Bruce 54 Anderson. Carol A. 163.164 Anderson. Carole A, 377 Anderson. Christen P. Anderson. Cynthia D. Anderson. Dana K. Ashmore, Gary Brent 186.266 Ashmore. Paul M 368 .4.t.tui't'a1mi1 for C'lit'Idl1uod Education 125 .-1x.mt'ialiw1 afliiiernaliunul Siudentx 292 Atchison. Mary Ellen 162 Atchison. Michael H .-lien, Dennix Warne 159 Atkins. Cathy' J. .4tltHt.t, Ferre! 170 Attaway. Shirley 309 Atteberry. Deborah 297 .4 tlvlwrrr. .llartlm 127 Attutis, Justin S. Attu1is.Thercsa I. Aubens. Kenneth E, Aud. Pamela J. 386 Auldenkampe. Mary L. Augustine.Jarnes D. 309 Augustine. Kathryn N. 1-12,1-13.368 Ausbrook. Shirley J. 368 Austin. 1-lelvtn E. 386 BapIl.v1Slatlenl L nion 296 Baranowski. Laura S. 299 Barbec. Steven A. 269 Barber, Chris Barber. Leonard T. Barcus. Gary M. 309 Barcus. Regina Lyn 310 Barcus. Samuel R. Barello. Ronald J. e253 Barlord. Judith Ann Barlord. Robert 177 Barker. Sherrill D. 120.l50.305,368 Barker. William J. Barlett. Frances Mar. Barlett. Linda L. Barnes. Frances M. 167,174,310 Barnes. Henry E. Barnes. Jack D. Barnes. Linda R Barnes. Lois J. Adams. Oscar W. Adams. Rex 251 Adams, Rollin Lee Adams, Sherry J. Adams. William K. 220 Anderson. Diane Lynn 251 Anderson. Diane M. Anderson. Gary' W. 257.309 Anderson.Gregory l20.12l,368 Anderson, Helen C. 309 Austin. Michael 293 Auvtl. Donna G. 309 Avalos. Louis A. 27-1 Avalos, Phillip D. 386 Barnes. Mary Jo Barnes, Richard S. Barnes. Stephen A. Barnett. Carl D. Barnett. Linda L. Barnett. Adamson. David H. Wayne C. Adamson. Joe S. Adcox. K. Janelle Addams. Susan E. Adden. Donna J. Adden. Sharon J. Addis. Buddy Lee Adkins. Edward E. Adkins, Gayle Adkins, Max D. Adkins, Robert J. Adkisson, Linda J. 308 Adman,.4i1n 114,115 Aeschleman. Arnold A. 134,389,368 Aeschleman. Connie 136,308 Agers. Loretta M. Ahllield. James A. Anderson. Judith E. Anderson. Karen A. Anderson. Kristena Anderson, Kristin Anderson. Margie K. 309 Amlurron. Marv L. 123 Anderson. Max R. Anderson. May B. Anderson, Michael D. 263 Anderson. Michael R. 386 Anderson, Rebecca S. 2-12 Anderson, Richard C. Anderson. Richard J. 286 Anderson. Rober K. I19.l20.l2l.297.309 Anderson, Stephen F. 28-1.288.304 Anderson. Terry B. Anderson. Avenatti. Nancy A. Avery. Robert John Awick. Laurence D. Aydt.James L. 386 Ayers, Billy A. Ayers. Sherry L, 377 Babb. Barbara J 2-19 Babb. Susan Kay' 249,368 Babchak.Joseph E. 271 Babcock. Lauren F. 2-13 Baber, Gary E. Babinsky, Regina L. 386 Bacon. Charles M. Bacon. Gwen G. Bacon, Nancy E. Bacone. John A, 167.17-1,267 Badgley. Larry E. 377 S. Joann 310 Ahlstrom, David 133 Ahrens. Anita J. Ahrens. Christine R. Ahrens. Emerson Alla 303 Ahring, Benjamin J. 304.368 Ahring. Marilyn S. 278.280.3613 Airsman. Joe R. Aklinski. Thomas T. Alberding. Juliane Albers. ElsieJ. 377 Albers, Janice E. 241.386 Albert Arlone L. 288.386 Albert. Cynthia Kay 377 Albert. David L. 253 Anderson, William Jo Andre. Laszlo Andres,Jim 273 Andres, Marilyn M. Andres, Patricia K. Andresen, Gregory G. Andrews, David J. Andrews Hall Council 302 Andrews, Janet Sue 278,280.286 Andrews, Natalie E. Andrews. Patricia J. Andrews. Rebecca Jane Andrewx, Richard 173 Andrews, Susan E. 136 Bae. Jung Ja Baehr, Donna E. 240 Balla, Daniel A. Bahnke. Jeanette E. 386 Bat. ,luntuna 180 Baictm1,Earla 174 Bail, Robert Groll Bailey. Beverly A. 309 Bailey. Charles E. 264 Brailey. Douglas J. 256.303 Baller. lan l59.l60,22-1 Bailey. Karen Y. 377 Bailey. Michael D. Bailey, Pamela S. 386 Barney. Charles R. 167.17-l Barno. Freddie L. Barr. Mary Jo 17-1.368 Barrett. lra E. 271,310 Barrett. Jeremiah J. Barrett, Martin L. Barrett. Robert L. Barrette. Anthony B. Barrette, Shirley L. 127 Barrie. Elaine A. 246 Barrington,Jane A. 158 Barry, Elaine A. 2-13,310 Bartells, Craig W. 259,368 Bartges. Art C. Barth. Penelope L Barthel. David L. Bartimus. Lois Leone 310 Bartlett. Donald L. Bartlett. Ned R. Barlling. Herbert l 1-1 Bartosch. Mary E. 249.310 Bartram. Alta L. 296.377 Basolo. Fred Bassett. Dennis L. 27-1.310 Bast. Debra L. Bastien, Deborah L. Batchelor, Sue E. Bateman. Jeanette M. Bates. Dean Roger Battles, Albert, Jo Lynn Albin, Patricia A. 308 Albin, Robert B. Jr. Albiniak. Barbara C. Albrecht, Jean L. 247 Albrecht. Luella M. Albright, MaryA. l25,l47.294.377 Albright. Rebecca L. 386 Alcorn, Michael A. Alcorn, Stephen Ralp Aldag, John E. 260 Alderton. Sylvia L. Aldridge, Gary R. Aldridge, Margaret L. Aldridge. Samuel A. Alessi. Susan A. Alessio. Cynthia A. Alexander. Charlie W. Alexander. Clifton Alexander, Kathryn J. 143 Alexander. Patsy' 141 Alexander, Richard H. Allassa, Hugh D. 308 Alford. Diane L. Alger. Charles J. Aljets. Michael F. 259 Aljets, Scott D. 258,259,304,377 Allan, Janet Kay Allard. Gerald A. Andrick. Andricks, John Michae 271 Marianne Bn zo Y -StephenC. Baller, Zema 166,167 Bates. Sandy S. 249.305.377 Battaglia, PhilIipJ. 169,386 Roger E. Allen, Annette B. Allen. Barbara S. 308 Allen, Carl Steve Allen. J Allen, J ames F. anet E. 308 Allen. Nancy S. Allen, Patrick J. 178.288.3055 Allen. Ray Allen. Roberljohn 308 Allen. Robert Paul 308 Allen. Rosemary Lee 368 Allen, Steve 269 Allen, Susan Howell 308 Allen, Susan L. 288,294 Rllen. Timothy E. Allison Allison Allison , Gene H. 264,386 . John 186 . Larry A. 309 Allison, Marvin W. Allison, Susan Mae Allman. Steven Allsop, Ernie 169 Allsop. Nancy Jo Alnia. Marie J. Andricks, William D. 309 Angelo.Jerome Larry 186.193 Angleton. Robert L. 252,386 Angus. Bruce W. Angus. Nancy R. Ankrom. Terry L. Annis. Gary R. Annunziata, Patricia Anphinsalt. Caralvn 140 Anphinson. Rudolph 1 I4 Anselment.ConnieS. 125.368 Anton. Michael D. Antonio, Lyle D. Antonio, Rita S. Antonson, Robert C. Apple, Janice J. Appleton. Cheryl M. 92,lO1,25l.309 Aqeel, Syed Arbuckle.-Linda L. Archer, Deborah A. 386 Archibald. Sue Ellen Arends, David Martin Arener. Don 271 W W 4 Ariola, Anthony S. 253.368 Armlield. John T. 377 Armstrong. Donald L. Armstrong, Glenn S. Armstrong, Janet Sue 300,377 Armstrong. Peggy Jane 368 Arnirlrong. Mari' 157 Armstrong, Stanley W. Armstrong, Stephen E. Arndt. Leslie S. Amdl, Paul R. Arnett. Julia Ann 120,309 Arnett. Rickey L. 265 Arney. Pamela S. Arnholt, James E. Arnold. Alan Lynn 134.135 Arnold. Karl L. Amold, Kathleen 241,381 Arnold. Lillian L. 134 Arnold, Susan A. 143.386 Arnote. Bari Lynn 125,368 Arroba, Luis Ernesto l75,l80.294.309 Arroba, Theresa Art Department 130 Arthur. Kay Lynn 125,277,309 Anhur, RobertJ. 170 Arthur, Robert Wm. Aizeni. Charles 166 Baird, Carl Edward 167.174 Baird. David 1 14 Baird. Judy L. Baird, Larry E. Baird. Stephen C. Bak, Rosalie A. 143,246,368 Bakas, Beverly A. 386 Baker. Elizabeth Ann 22.84.89.94,95,l87.251 Baker. Jeanette 1 I8 Baker. Harry W. 309 Baker. Kathleen L. Baker, Kenneth J. 262 Baker. liarry D, Baker. Marta L. 871240377 Baker. Norman Edgar Baker, Patricia E. Baker. Robert J. Baker, Susan E. Baker, Weldon 168 Baker, William C. 289 Balbacl1.Harold 166 Balbach. Margaret 166 Balding, Kathryn A. 251 Balding, Michael A. Baldot: Baldoc k. Patricia A. 102,251 k, Roger Oren Baldridge, Julius O. 255.309 Baldridge, Robert S. Baldwin, Brian Baldwin. Dean 175 Baldwin. Jo Ann 143,242,386 Baldwin. Kathy 96 Balent, Dolores 309 Baletnikou. Otis 271 Ballantyne. Wm. D. Ballard, Nancy L. Ballee. Sally Jo 309 Ballinger, David S. Ballinger, Marjorie Ballou. Linda D. 241 Ballsrud, James W. 268,309 Ballsrud, Mildred J. Ballsrud, Wesley' 118 Balotti. Joseph A. 126,266,309 Baltzell. James 149 Bandera. Robert L. Bandy. James W. 269.368 Bandy. Jo Ellen Baney. Marsha K. Bange, Catherine Ann Bangert. Barbara E. 291 Batty, William H. 155,156.3I0 Baucum, Earle W. 368 Bauer. Carol Jean 310 Bauer, Linda S. Bauersachs. Jerry L. Bauersachs. Lynn Dea l0l.25l.260.3I0 Baugher. James M. 303,368,386 Baughman. Danny'C. 368 Baum,John M. 310 Bauman. Paula S. 386 Baumann, Christopher Baumann, Gerald R. 298 Baumann, Ralph Arthur Baumgarte. Carol Jean 17l,178.3l0 Baumgarten,Jean K. 151 Baumruclter, Craig R. 166 Baungarte.Jeanie 124 Baurer. James R. 53,122 Baversachs. Sue 368 Bavuso. Cynthiana R. 164.368 Baxter. Charles W. 368 Bayles, Eric Alan Bayles, Pamela K. 143.377 Bayless, Linda Gay l19.120.368 Bazzaz. Hassan Abdul 292 Bcickensderfer, Tom 271 Beachey, Robert E. Beaderstadt. Deborah 243.377 Beaird, Carol D. 249 Beals. Carol Ann 310 Beals. Susan E. 377 Beams, Cathie J. Bean. Deborah E. 310 Bean. Susan L. 296 Beard, Deborah L. B rd, Dohn S. 386 Beard, Thomas l. 120 Beasley. Joy C. 310 Beasley. Judith E. 377 Beasley, Nancy K. Beeson. Patricia L. Beatty, John L. Beaty. Paul R. Beauchamp. Carol Ann B vers. McDonald J. 274,310 Beavers. Susan R. 310 Beberman, Lynne D. 260,310 Beck. Anna Marie Beck. Carol Ann l25.299.303.368 Beck. Colleen K. 291 Beck, Debra A. 305 397 398 Beck. John William I70 Beck. Llnda S 1-12.1-13.301 Beck: Becke Bake Becke Blxke Bake r. Barbara K. 2-lI.300.377 r. Janice M. r. Lucy M. 386 r. Margaret L. r. Paula R. r. Slelen I66 BtIkCN.Jt.1dl1ll Ann 310 Beckman. Charlm T. 266 Beckstrom. Larry Vt. Bedlnger. Dolores J. I-l3.239.2-10 Bedlnger. Donna S. 164.2-10.301 Beeman. Larry Allen 268.310 Beemer. Mark J. Beenders.Gregory P 16-0.161.310 Beer. John Edward 311 Beeson. John R. 259.311 Begert. Leigh Ann Behnke. Janet Ann Behr. Bill 368 Behr. Frank P. Behrens. Barbara 311 Behrens. DlanaJ 2-16 Behrens. Gall L. 120.296 Beycek. Alan J. 186.191 Beycek. E Robert Belcher. Dean E 363 Belden. Robert 11 Bell. Charles Edgar Bell. Diane E. 2-1-1 Bell. Gloria Jean Bell. Jill Ann BeI1.JohnC 257 Bell. John E. 377 Bell. John Vt Bell. Kathleen A. 386 Bell. Lee Eugene Bell. Steven H. 26.186 Belles. Joyce E. 368 Bellone. ThomasJ 121 Beltz. Sandra D. 368 Belusko. Rose M. 311 Bendas. Christine Bender. Donald L. Bender. John L. Bender. Sue E. 120.311 Benellel. Stephen E 377 Benesh. Sandra L. Benge.Connle M. 299.311 Benge. Dickie L. Bengslon. Teresa Benlch. Steve M. 26-1 Benlgnus.Chrlsty M 2-12.386 Benllne. John D. 121.122.3629 Benner. Marta Loraine 2-16 Bennett. Bill S 135.386 Bennett. Carrol L. Bennett. Darlene Jun 311 Bennett. Duane A Bennelt.Ga1e 311 Bennett. Gerald W. 293 Bennett. Gregory Bennett. Gregory P. Bennett. Janet L. 311.368 Bennett. Katle Lou 134.311 Bennett. Kay Annette 31. Bennett. Linda D. Bennett. Llnda L. Bennett. Llnda M. 386 Bennett. Marty A. 386 Bennett. Monty R. Bennett. Randall E. Bennett. Robert Dean 311 Bennett. Robert L 397 Bennett. Sharon L Bennett. Sheryl Ann Bennett. Susan .1-i Benny. Harold Edward 311 Bennyholl. Bruce A Benson. Lucinda G. I3-1.311 Benson. Rebecca L Berlson. Way ne Andrew 136.311 Benson, WlI1larnJ Bensy Btfllt Benin Bcrga Bcr c I. Nanclle L n. Jane Lee 2-13 n. Philip L 217.269 nl. Michael S. 377 r. Bradford D 269.368 g . Berger. Linda Berger. Richard L. Berger. Sally Bergleld. Teresa M. 368 Berglund. DonaIdJ Bergman. Marlys Kay 312 Bergmann.Janice E. 311 Bergmann. Mary Joan 312 Berlanga. Jesse 256.386 Bcrleman. Carmeen L. Bernardl. Patrick A 52.17-1.377 Berner. Louls A. Berns. Eileen Marte 386 Berns.Ell1abeth Ann 2-30.312 Berry. Davld F 267.368 Berry. lzdlth Arlene Berry. Karen S. Berry. Peggy Sue Berry. Richard E 176,302 Bcrtagnolll. Vlargarc 96.2-15.251.36ll Bertauskl. Anthony Berth Berlo Bello oId.Jamu Royce llno.C.ltherlne 377 nl. Philip B 27-I Bertram. Llnd.l L Bertschlnger. Janice I-12.1-13.2-13.368 Bervango. Jesse l-15 Hesse. Mark R Best. Dale lc. Bal. Dennis 26 Best. Dolores M. Best. Jennller L. 158.251 Best. John Ray Bnl. Bcsle Randall 179 rleldl. Myrtle Bela Bela Bela 167 Bela Sigma Fri 258.259 Bern Sigma Ps: Lllllk' Sllrlers 290 Bethard. John E. Betka.BlI1 E. 26-1 Betlenhausen. Roger Betty.Curtis P. Beube. Dalld Michael Beurskens.JohnS 273 Beusch.John 220.368 Bevan. Marie 115 Beyer. Janice M 156.368 Bey ers. Brenda J. 386 Bey ers. Charlene S. Bhattl..-'K Rashid 292 Blalek. Mary 133 Blaleschki. Nlary D 16-1 Blason. Rebecca R. Blala.Janlce K. I-10.29-1.312 Blbo. Robin E. 251 Blby. John S. Bickley. Leslle 92 Bieber. Judlth L. Bieda, Michael R. Bleda. Susam M. 386 Blehler. Sandra K. 163.16-1.300 Blehler. Sharman R Bien, Tressa K. Blcrbaum. Margaret E. Blerman.Louel1en 377 Blggers. Clyde 159 Blggdfsllll. Kathryn Biggs. Datld D011 Biggs. Elnor M. Biggs. Nancy L. 386 Biggs. Richard E. Biggs. Robert Klrk Biggs. Wilbert J. Blknlskern. Verne 17-1 Bill. Dunalll 127 Bllll1'lgsley.Dl.ll'Id R 31 Billingsley. David R. 312 Bllls. Robert D. 266 Bllocerkowycz. Bohdan Bllocerkowycl, Jams Bimslager. Ronnie E. Binder. Lois Lee 368 Binder. Peggy Ruth 125.297.3625 Blnstock.Joseph E. 386 Blrch. Paul E. Jr Blrchler. James A. 167.17-1.377 Bird. Mary L. 167 Blfli. Mary J. Biro. James R. 13-1 Bishop. Allen J. 260 Bllar. Farouk Mahmou Blaase. Michael K. Black. Dale Jean 176.377 Black. DILIHCJ I2-1.153 Black. Gail Marie Black. Kathy Lynn 312 Black. Stelen E Blackburn.John H. 368 Blacklelner. Loren J 238.263.3I2 Rlaeklord. Sandra S. 312 Blackmon. Delores 290.377 Blackwood. Barbara J. Blade. Robert O. 312 Blair. Cynthia A. 305.386 Bl2ilf.F1.lyCA. 290.386 Blair. Gary D. Blair. Gloria Ellen 368 Blair. John P. Blalr. Kathy A. 181.286 Blair. Mike 266 Blair. Pamela S. Blakeney. Ruth W 377 Blanchard. Sandra S. Bland. Brenda K. 386 Bland. Donna Dianne Bland. Kathleen E. Bland. Robert E. Bland. Sandra W. Blanlord. Carole L. 251 Blankenbaker. Audrey Blankenbeker. Nancy J. Blankenship. Pamela S Blankenship. Terry 172 Blallner. Kenneth M Bleeha. Randy F. 263.312 Blelsch. Ann Tall 167.17-1 B1lckcn.Ch.lrlotteJ Bllckensderler. Thom 160 Block. Edwin M. 265.305 Block. Linda J. 241.377 Bloemer. Darlene F. B1omeyer.Judy D. Bloomquisl. Richard Blusc. Brenda G. 2-13.377 Blum. Debra K. Blumenshlne.JoyccM 151.3116 Bly, Thomas George Blyiman. E1llotlA Boardman. Dennis H. Boardman. Paul Alan Boatman. Roger Lee Boatman. Shirley A. Boaz. Beverly S. Boal. Marjorie Ann 377 Boblltt. Carolyn 313 Bohllll. Lee V. Bock.Jerry L. Bodle. Palsy L. Blldlllli Plnll 130 Eudlmx Vlrqlmu 130 Buc. Gerald H. 2X9 Boehm. Sandra J Boehner. Cheryl L. Boerngen.1:1don W. 313 Bogard. Richard W. 386 Bogenschneldcr. Lind Bogle. Leonard R Bohanek. Btlly Ann Bohlen. Elaine D. l80.288,377 Bohlen. Llnda Bohllng. Patrlcla S. 243 BDIRC. Sandra V. 313 Bolander. Michael L. 262 Boldrey. Joseph M. Boldt. John R. Bolen. MikeC. 313 Boles. Athelia 386 Boley.Jerry Lee Bolin. Carol L. 250.290.3216 Bolin. Donna 313 Bollhorst. Steven Bolling. Michael NN. Bol1lnger.Eva L B'olllllger.Rober1 173 Bolsen. Catherine J. 377 Bolser. John M. Bolton. Bill Rat 313 Bomha Bonat. ll. ilafl' l 18 Larry D. Bond. Bonita 313 Bond. David R. Bond. John Robert Bond. Linda L. 386 Bond. Norma Lee 151 Bond. Robert S. 271 Bone. Beierly Doris Bonebrake. Donna S. 16-1 Bonham. Roger VN. 386 Bonlc. John T. Bonnel I. Gregory A. Bonner. James P. Bonnln. Nancy J. Bonlyes. Craig E. 271.386 Bontln.Cell.l 13-1 Booher. Donald Dwight Book. Brenda J. 20.85.386 Book. Sandra J. 386 Booker. Ardys. Jeanine 13-1.133.313 Books. George Albert Boon. Barbara S. 29-8.386 Boone. Susan Boos. Kathleen Ann 301.368 Booth. Maryorle N. 240 Booth. Richard L. Boppart. Belly L. Borah. Steven J. 260.313 Borawskl. Mary J. Boren. Phillip M 368 Borgman. James A. Bork. Paul Edward 313 Bornl.James R. 200.201 Borman.Joy L. Born. David Anthony 257 Bornshever. Debra K. Borries. Susan E. 377 Bosaw. Susan E Boshell. Mary Jo I25.179.313 Bossert. Elizabeth A. 13-1.297 Bosserl. James A. 266 Bossier . Mary L. 125.368 Boston. Michael Ray' 303 Boston. Vlckl L. 386 Boswel Botany l. sy-lm E. Jes Club lm Bola1ll'Deparlmerll 166 Bottenberg. Margaret Boyd. Earl 133 Bouchard. Susan C. Boudreau.Judith L. 251.313 Bouknight. Fred 133 Bouknlght. June Elain Boulee. Edmond A. Bourn. Mary S. Bouton. Allan D. 313 Bowen. Jeanne C. 313 Bowen. Sandra L. 181.377 Bower. Christy Wyn Bower. Jane S. Bower. Marl N. Bowers. David A. 377 Bowles. Laura M. Bowman. Belly L. 368 Bowman.Johnny D. 368 Bowman. Robert 133 Bowman. Winlred J. Bowser. Dennis L. 313 Box. Gall B 239.246 Box. Joyce J. 2-17,386 Boyce. Larry 266 Boyd. Bert Boyd.JenilerJo 377 Boyd.John W. 357 Boyd. Kathryn M 377 Boyd. Marlon D. 368 Boyer. Byron L. 377 Boyer.Jean 163.16-1 Boyer. John Thomas Boy cr. Katherlnel 313 Boyer. Larry li 121 Boyer. Larry Lloyd Boyer. Mary Beth -12 Boyer. Steven K. Boylcs. Mary Loulsc 31.2-13.368 Boylson. Myron 116 Brabant.Thlerry 121.150 Brachhlll. John T. Bracken. Phillip W. I6I.273.27-4 Brackenholl. Belly 162 Braden. Glenn A Bradllcld. Larry Ore Bradlord.CurIey R. 255.313 Bradlord. Frank J. 25-1.255 Bradlord. Larry R. Bradley . Steve Brady. Roberta A. 386 Bragg. Penny S. Braid. Bud 268 Braid. Fred L. Braid. Valerie J. I6-l.2X6.29I.313 Brain. lhrnesl A. Brakcnholl. Betty- L. 2-114.313 Brakcnholl. Peggy S. 224.2-S9.29l.386 Braker.C1alreA. 158.3611 Braker. Mary E. Brancato. Karen A. Brancel.CaroIyn B. Bnlnd. Leslie Geo Brand. Patricia H. Brand. Stephen L. 269 Brandenburger. R. D. 313 Brannon. Patrick V. 386 Brannon. Terry J. 2-13.377 Brashea Brashea Brashea r. Elsie A. r. Keith W. r. Mary L. Brashinger. Elaine A. 131.368 Bratcher. Deborah L. Brallon. Carla R. Brallon. Richard E. Brallon. Trudy C. 303.377 Braue Carol J 305.386 r. . Bralul..lnhn 16-1 Braun. Nancy J. 313 Braun. Vicki S. Braun. Vickie L. 377.3146 Brave. Christine L. Bralelton. David L. Breckenridge. Donald Brehm. Beverly Dale 313 Brelg. Bonnie Louise Breitbarth. Margaret 1-13 Breltman. Jeannine D. 313 Brendel. Jerome E. Brendel. Kay Ann Brendel. Robert A. 26-1 Brendel. Shirley A. 250.377 Brennecke.Carro1J. 313 Bresee. Randall R. 256 Bresnan. Paula 314 Brewer. Clinton D. Brewer. Daniel K. 31-1 Brewer. James E. Brewer. Judy' A. 368 Brewer. Kenneth W. 377 Brewer. Phllllp A. Brewer. Ronald Brewer. Steven J. Brewster. John P. Brian. James A. 386 BYILIH. Sarah Ellen Bricker. Karen Dola Briddiek. Margaret 368 Bridges. Brenda J 142.1-13.31-l Bridges. Cynthia C. 387 Bridges. Diane K. 299.368 Bridges. Larry L. Brincivalli. Linda E. 377 Brindle. Kathleen F. Brines. Deborah Brinker.Julia L. Brinker. Sally Ann 314 Brinkerholl. Nancy J. 368 Brinkerholl. Sara L. 31-1 Brinkman. Janice K. 387 Brinkmeyer. Gary W. 264.31-1 Britton. James L. Britton. Judith A. 368 Britton. Larry C. Britton. Malcolm E. J. 13-1.136.314 Briza. Patricia M. 250 Brncick. Michael D. 186.263 Broaddus. Barbara J. 387 Broady.Janet L. 2-11 Brock. Gary' L. 31-I Brockel t. Sandra Kay Brocksmith. Joseph D. 269 Broderick. Helen A. 369 Bromberek. Janet A. Bromslrup. Kathleen Brookman. Sharon L. 166 Brooks. Brooks. Brooks. Brooks. Brooks. Brooks. Brooks. Brooks. Brooks. Brother Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Browne Browne Brenda A. 97,25l.377 Carol E. 163.16-3.314 Catherine Gerald D. James 19-3.254 Linda S. Robert A. Thomas L. Victor E. s. Judith A. 387 Bridget B. 242 Bruce A. 167 Carolyn A. 250.377 CharIesW 314 Colleen A. 163.16-1.297 Cynthia E. 151,22-1.314 Dave 248.271 Donna R. Doris Jean 314 Henry L. 186.293 Joyce L. 305 Judith A. 369 Karen 130 Kendall Lee Kenneth W. Mary Lou Mary' S. 171 Michael D. 256.387 Michael Josep Nancy 2-16.377 Nancy B. Norma Kaye 31-1 Patricia A. 163 Patrlcla L. Peter E. Raymond H. Richard Lynn 377 Richard T. 288 Robert Scott 146 Roberta Jane Stephen D. Ted Barter 160.25131-I Theresa K. 163.164.3111 Virginia K. Wanda A. 377 . Cindy L. 377 .Susan K. 151 Browning. Betty Jo Brownridge. David D. Brucer. Joan E. Bnlcker. Richard L. 294.314 Bruemmer. Susan 3147 Brumlevc. Diana E. Brumleve. Patricia M. Brum1eve.Sharon S. 377 Brummal. Betty S. 282 Brundage. Samuel Rob Bruner. Nancy M. 3l-I Butler. EliLabeth J. 299.369 Butler.J Butler. J ames Clinto oyce M. 2-I0 Carstens. Ruth M. 2-I-I Carter.Christine E. 55.3I6 Carter. F. Drake I7-l Clark. Marilyn D. 3l7 Clark. Mary Sue 296 Clark. Randall C. 26-1.369 Bruner. Russell H. Bruno. John W. 257.369 Bruns. Donald O. 269 Bruns. Donna M. 377.387 Bruns. Larry D. Bruns. Susan Marie 369 Bruns. Teresa 377 Brush. Gary A. 369 Brussell. David E. I7-1.387 Brusleyyski. Barba 387 Bryant. Gary L. Brrce. Row I l8.l I9 Butler.Julia E. 3I5 Butler. Larry' Andrew 369 Butler. Thelma B. Butterfield. Deborah Bulls. Wm. D. Byers. Brenda J. Byers. Carl D. Byers. Karen S. Byers. Sandra J. I6-I Byfield. Kathy L. 387 Byles. Pam I8l Bvram. Donald G. 27-1.378 Carter. Garry L. 375 Carter. Gregory A. Carter. James P. 269 Carter. James R. Carter. Jo Ellen l63.l6-1 Carter.JudithAnn I2-l.l25.3I6 Carter. Mary K. 2-18.316 Carter. Preston 281.288 Carter. Q. T. Cartmill. Larry W. l50 Cartmill. Nancy L. 3l6.378 Caruso. Karen M. 245.369 Clark. Robert W. Clark. Roger L. Clark. Ronald L. Clark. Terry W. Clark. ThomasJ. Clark. Timmie Lee Clark. William l I6 Clark. William G Clark. William Lee Clarke. Stephen C. l2l.3l7 Clarke. Susan K 248 Clarkin. Ellen C. 378 Br1i'dt'n.Eiven I59 Bryson. William W. 27I Bube. Randy J. 3l-l Bucelluni. Nancy K. Buchanan. Charles D. Buchanan. Martha J. 295 Buchanan. Mary Ann l25.30l.3l-1 Buchannan. Donald A. 269 Bucher. Dorothy A. Bucher. Mary Ann I-83.377 Buchman. Debra A. Buck. Barbara L. Buck. Carol A. 288.377 Buck. Scott Farley I7-1.297.377 Buckelleyy. Lois Ann Burltelleu, William l59 Buckler. Richard P. 76.263 Buckles. Katharine J. 125.2-50.369 Buckles. Susan Ann 3 I4 Buckner. Linda M. 3l-1 Budd. Bonnie M. Budde. David L. 369 Budza. Elizabeth L. Buenker. Janet T. 369 Buerster. William J. 387 Buha. Robert J. 268.269 Builla. Becky S. I25.2-l9.278.280.286.369 Bukar. Donald M. Bulkley. Barbara Lee 251.31-I Bullard. Barb J. Bullard. Mary Ann 3l5 Bumgardner. George D. 287 Bunchman. Mary' P. Bundle. Kathleen 3l-i Bundy. Dennis Lee l60 Bundy. Sheron Bundy. Sterling D. 296.3l5 Bunker. Stephn M. 263 Bunker. Stephen M. 263 Bunner. Martin B. Buntin. Celia D. 377 Bunting. Larry D. 369 Bunting Sue Buny ar. John A. 257.377 Burbridge. Kry sta A. 387 Burch. Hollis L. Burch.Judith A. l-13 Burcham. Pamela S. Burckhartt. Geo F. Burdette. David L. Burdick. Charles E. Burfeind. Carolyn L. I63.l6-1 Burfeind. Marilyn E. I63.l65 Burg. William L. 3l5 Burgener. Deborah L. Burgener. Gerald W. 253 Burgess. Dehoarh S. 387 Burgess. Sharon Burgett. Frederick J. 238.286.363 Burhans. Rhonda L. Burk. Gregory L. Burke. Cindy Lou 387 Burke. Geraldine Burke. Jacquelynn P. Burke. Linda K. Burke. Timothy L. 304 Burkett. Radford P. Burkhardt. Pamela L. 305.377 ' Burklund. Randy L. Burks. Eleonore M. Burnam. Russell H. Burnett. Belinda 3l5 Burnett. Dale E. 369 Burnett. Marla S. 377 Burnett. Patricia J. 243 Burns. John B. Burns. Michael 287 Burns. Robert G. Jr. Burrell. William Burren. Beth J. Burrcss. Terry L. l6l.260.26l Burris.Janet E. 369 Burris. Margy R. Burris. Robert E. 52 Burrous. Richard A. Burrow. Gaylert N. Burrows. Carol A. Burrus. Julia M. Burtch. Rebecca S. Burton. Larry A. Burton. Thomas A. 387 Burton. Thomas M. Burwell. Stephen D. Busby. Merritt Roger l6l.263.289 Busch. Barb I I5 Busch. Charles C. Buscher. Charles R. Bascher. Jane E. 3l5 Buschkopf. Steven J. 220 Buse. Richard L. 3l5 Busekrus. Mark H. 226 Bush. Anna F. Bttshue. Carolyn A Bushue. Elaine M. Bu.rinev.i Education Department Buss Linda Sue 287.369 Buss. Linda Sue 287.369 Busskohl. Tordis M. Bussmann. Linda Jane 248.3l5 Butcher. Susan Marie 3l5 Butkovich. William P. ll8 Byrd. Nancy Diane 378 Byrd. Ri chard A. 271 Byrne. Mary' A. Byrum. Sharon M. Bystry. Barbara F. 2-I7 Cable. Judith A. 305 Cable. Kathy L. l58.369 Cadwell. Mary Ann 3l5 Cadwell. Mattheii Cadv. Paul R. Cami. Ti mmyJ. 387 Calabrese. Gerald F. Calanca. Leal 29-l Calanca. Lonn V. Caldiiell. Gertrude A. 305 Caldyiell. John D. Caldwell. Ronald G. Caldnell. Stanlee J. 276 Calhoun. Michael G. 387 Call. Ba rbara J. l-13 Call. Mary E. l7l.369 Call. Sandra J. 2-ll.387 Callahan. Martha 3l5 Calvert. Norma L. Calvin. Thomas L. 3l5 Cumhrll. Belly' I I8 Cambridge. Timothy J. Camfield. Mark A. Camp. Clella Joan 3l6 Camp. Nancy S. 387 Campbell. Bruce E. Campbell. Bruce Paul Campbell. Calyin I l-I Campbell. Ellen L. 3l6 Campbell. Gerald Lee Campbell. Holly G. Campbell. KeithJ. Campbell. Linda Jcan 3l2 Campbell. Marc Campbell. Peggy S. 387 Campbell. Richard L I I3 Campbell. SueC. l63.l64 Campbell.Tom Ross Campbell. Vicki J. Campbell. Wayne Campbell. William W. Cannell. Lo1sJ. l25.l5l.l9l.369 Cannon. Allan L. 271 Cannon. Charles R. Cantrell. Pamela S. Cantwel Cantwel I. Cheryl A. l. Claudia Capitao. Antone Bruce Cappone. Clyde l33 Caraway. Kenneth Dal Caraway. Kenneth K. Carbonari. Christine Carbonari. Larry A. 257.369 C arewic z. Susan M. l5l.387 Carey. David R. Can-'i'. Eugene ll8 Carey. Kathryn Lucil Carey. Marjorie A. 2-12.387 Carer. Roberl l59 Carie. S andra Kay 3 I 6 Carlen. Carol S. Carlen. Cheryl L. l7l CarIen.Jimmy' L. I67 Carlen. Robert L. Carlet. James T. 259 Carley. Virginia D. Carlile. James C. Carlson. Carole S. 369 Carlson. Edward J. Carlson. Joanne E. 28I.305 Carlson. Linda Rae 243 Carlson. Lynn A. 387 Carlson. Maureen R. 305 Carlson. Patricia 387 Carlson. Susan D. 387 Carlton. Carlton Deborah Jean Donna J 387 Carlton.John W. 3l6 Carlton. Robert A. Carlucci. James P. Carmichael. Stephen I-l5.l6I.l86.369 Carmod y'. Thomas J. 267.378 Carnahan. Kathryn G. Carnduff. Micheal W. Carnine. Teri J. 369 Carpent Carpent Carpent er. Maridella er. Richard O. 264 er. Steven D. 387 Carr. Andy J. Carr. David G. 257 Carr. Gerald l-I9 Carr. Martha A. 387 Carrell. David W. 26-l.3I-S Carrell. Gayle Ann Carrell. Thomas E. Carriker. Donna Faye I63.I6-l.3I6 Carrillo. Susan L. 2-I5 Carrodi Carroll. Carroll. Carruth ne. Coleman James Jane A. ers. Wendell Carson. Connie Kay' 3I6 Carson. Deanna L. 3l6 Carson. Delena M. Carson. Elizabeth A. 387 Carson. Rebecca J. 387 Casavan't. Bernadette Case. Mark A. Casey. Mary D. 378 Casey. Suzanne Jo l58.3 I6 Casey. Thomas J. Cash. Catherin C S. Cash. David Alan Cassady. Stanley P. l6l.l86.238.27-I Cassida. Linda J. 387 Cassidy. Charles E. Castle. David B. Castles. Patricia J. 276.387 Cater. Robert J. Cates.Jimmy W. 268.3l6 Cather. Margaret J. Catron. Susan I. Catt. lsay E. Call. Michael R. Caulkins. Daniel P. Cavallo. Angela A. Cavanaugh. Daniel E. Cavanaugh.John M. l25.l-l5.3l6 Cavanaugh. MichaelJ. 378 Cavanaugh. Richard Cayviood. Rita Louise Cazalet. Cathy A. 2-I5 Ceader. Stanley' F. 369 Cecchini. Joseph E. Cech. Thomas M. Cecka. Madelyn F. Ceide. Gloria I-19 Cellini. Bonnie Meri 25I.3l6 Cerny. Kathleen M. 305.3l6 Cerny. Robert E. Cerven. Robert L. 289 Challans. Terri A. Chan. Benjamin Wing Chaney. Gaylen Leun Chantos. Robert J. Chapin.John M. 253 Chapman. Brenda l-83.387 Chapman. Cary D. 268.369 Chapman. Daniel K. Chapman. Delores S. 369 Chapman. Dennis F. Chapman. Janet K. Chapman. Thomas N. Chappell. Donald R. Chappell. Vernon 387 Chase. Anne E. 387 Clary. Gregory T. 289 Clausen.JereIyn 2-15.3l7 Clausen. Lewis D. 269 Clay. Vickie E. Clayberg. James E. Clayton. Maxine I I0 Cleaver. Sandra N. Clement. Karen F. 378 Clements. Laura L. 387 Clendenin. Donna Rae Clendenin. Leonard H. Cleveland. Donna J. l36.2-lO.30l.378 Cleveland.Janet M. Cliff. Douglas Ray Cline. Carl Dean Cline. Coleen A. Cline. Steve A. Clinger. Vicki Fay' 96.286.3l7 Clinkman. Kenneth B. 268 Closs. Barbara Jean 9l.2-l0,3l7 Closs. John C. 265 Closson. Lawrence D. 262 Cloud. Stephen M Cloud. Valerie J. Cloud. William ll7 Clouser. Justin M. -I-I Clouser. Melissa J. Coad. Linda Kay 369 Coate. Phillip E. Coatney. James H. Coats.James M. Cobb. Logan l-l9.I52 Cobb. Louunne l62 Cobel. Elvis l33 Cobetto. Nancy L. Coble. James Paige Coble. Kenneth W. Coburn. Margaret A. Cocagne. William J. 268.369 Cochran. Beverly D. Cochran. Bobbie Joe Cochran. Dayle Marie 305 Cochran. James M. Cochran. Sharon R. Cockrum. Ida Mae Coe. Harald I79 Coen. Kathleen A. l-13.3l7 Coen. Steven D. Coffey. Donna J. Coffey. John T. 238.268.369 Chase. Bradley R. Clzase. Dai lon l I8 Chastain. Steven K. Checkley. John J. Chemislni' Depurrmenl 168 Chen. Angelina Chen. Robert Pin-Chu I78 Chen. Kung Ping l78 Chenault. Deborah A. 3l6 Cheney.James R. 274 Chenoweth. Linda J. Cheyne. Karen K. 316 Chianakas. Mark P. Chiapellt. Debbie K. 244 Chiapelli. Jeri L. 9-l.95.l27.2-I5 Childress. Constance 369 Childs. ColetteJ. 387 Chin. Jennie I6-l.3I7 Chism. Patricia S. 378 Chi:evslt,r. Frank l59 Chizmar. Michael A. 387 Chmeleck.Joseph R. 269 Choate. Murray l I3 Cholewin. Lawrence C. Chouinard. Cathy A. Christ. Gerald F. l22 Christensen. Danley 387 Christensen. Mark Ly 27-I Christensen. Norma J. l53.300.3I7 Chriiliun Felluiriliip 295 Chrisliun Srienre 298 Christmon. Millicent Christner. Frederick 289 Ciaccio. Joseph A. 27-5.3 I 7 Ciaccio. Samuel N. 238.274 Cibulskis. Charles Cichalewski. Andrzej Cichaleysslti. Marilyn Cielinski. Patricia 387 Ciesler. Walter P. Cima. Marilyn C. 3l7 Ciolino. Thomas M. Cioper. Charles Jos. Cisna. Terrance G. Claar. Marcia A. Claar. Ruger I I8 Coffman. Daniel L. 369 Coffman. David L. Coffman. James M. Coffman. Coffman. Lola J. 387 Susan 3l6 Cohorst. Mary K. I-43 Coker. Owen Glenn Colberl. Edward I76 Colclasure. Brenda K. 387 Cole. Charles Richard Cole. Cynthia L. Cole. Ernest R. l69 Cole. Francis Eugene Cole. Jeffrey H. 369 Cole. Judson Robert Cole. Linda K. l24.l25.l47.l50.3I7 Cole. Patrick M. 264 Cole. Paula J. Cole. Sherry' D. 387 Cole. Thomas K. Coleman. Daryl M. Coleman. David Mauri Coleman. Doris J. 290.387 Coleman. Franklin J. 378 Coleman. Jay R. 279 Coleman. Joseph A. I5l.293 Coleman. Martha A. Coleman. Nancy S. I6-l.3l7 Coleman. Sheila J. Coleman. Thomas E. Coleman Warne I4-l.l-15. I-16 Colgan. Elizabeth 387 Colgrave. Sharon M. 378 Coling. Michael Louis 267.3I7 Colliflower. Stephen 3I7 Collins. David A. 284.370 Collins. David L. Collins. Donald E. Collins. Donna M. Collins. Everett T. Collins. Lynn Collins. Lloyd l80 Collins. Paul Russel Collins. Tom 253 Collins. Tyrone M. 254 Collins. William S. Clapeck. Harry J. Clark.CherylC. Clark.Curtis L. Clark. Daniel F. Clark. Diane L. 317 Clark. Edward Duane Clark. Gary Lee Clark. George B. Clark. Glenda K. 240.369 Clark.Jo E. 245 CIark.John G. 3l7 Clark. Keith G. 269 Clark. Clark. Clark. Kenneth Lee l45.296 Lamont L. 3l7 Madeline C. 378 Colonius. Philip F. l22 Colussi. Earlene A. 96.2-l3.3l7 Colvin. Robert E. Colvin. Robert L. Combes. David L. Combs. Marilyn L. 250 Como. Frank I46 Compton. E. David Compton. Elizabeth F. 296.370 Compton. Velma F. 387 Comstock. Connie L. Conant. Linda K. 387 Congleton. Karen A. 3l7 Conley. Beatrice Mae Conley. John A. 99 400 Conley. Paul D, Con1xn.MtchaelNN, 167 Connell. Larry L Conne11t.Dixicht 113.1-18 Conn er.-Georgann 370 Conner. Marlene Ann 125.153.3135 Connett. Duane A Conn e1l.Cv:.try F Connor. Sarah C 1-17 Conn or. N ictor C Conrad. Gregory R. Constable. James R Constant, Mary A 251.378 Contots. Steven R, 271,27-1.370 Cook. --Xllan F, 136 Cook. Barbara C 378 Cook. Barbara G 97.2-19 Cook. Charles lk Cook. Dennis XX ay ne Cook. James H Cook. James L Cook Cook .Karen Sue 387 .Katherine G 378 Cook. Larry C 317 Cook. Mary Ann 16-1 Cook. Shirley A Cook, Shirley E Cook, Stephen Nl 259 Cook Cook Cook Cook ,Steven Michael .Thomas ty .Tony R 370 .15 illiam N 216.206.3114 Cooley. CathieC Cooley. Nick L Cooley, Randall F Cooli Cooll ng. Thomas L 378 ey. Paul P, Coomer. Marcia A Coon. Leitir 170 Coon, Robert A 278 Coon, Stephen Alan Coonce. Sandra Sue Coons, David M 1-15.318 Cooper. George I 18.120 Cooper. Joan E Cooper. Phil1pO Cope. Boyd D Cope. John Humphries 268 Copeland, Christine 163.164 Copeland. Judith C 125.318 Copeland, Michae1D Copeland. Pamela K 387 Copenbarger. Kathlee 387 Coppage. Dennis Fran Coppage, Laura Lee Coppenbarger. Sue E, Copple. Earl W Corbin. Deborah K Corbitt. Steven A 161.22-1.29-1 Cordon. Ray Lewis Cordts. Michael L Corey.James 116 Corey. Jaymie L 11-1 Corey. Jennifer 318 Corey. Nancy A. 245 Corey, Robert David 269.318 Corley. Edward 175 Corllen. Debbie 250 Corman. Ruth H, Cormier. Paula Kay Corn.John M, 265 Corne11,Jerry Jay 318 Cornue. Donald A, 125.l71.3l8 Cornwell. Alice M. 318 Cornwell. Delbert J, 278 Cornwell. Diane E, 171.303.2918 Cornv-ell. Janie B. Cornwell. Mary S. Cornwell. Terry M 268 Currell. Susan E. Correll. Virginia L. 387 Corrigan.Jeanne R, 125.370 Corsiatto. Stephen A Cortelyou. Arlin L, 145.318 Cortelyou. John E Corum. Sharon E, 370 Corwin. Jerry J Cor1ine.Roy A. Cote. Steve E. 270 Colsones. Michael J. Cottingham, Robert M. Couch. Linda S. 96,2-43.370 Coulson. Annette Mae Coulson. Emma K, 387 Coulter. Ronald L. 303.319 Coulter, Steven C, 303 Councillor Umled Nation: 293 Counlrvmun. Calvin 130 Cnurson. Esther lren Coutant, Alan R. Coutant. April Lynne Coutant. Larry Wm. 295.387 Covalt. Mike 274 Coventry. Dennis H, 151 Covcrstone. Carolyn Coverstone. Larry J. Coward. Leon Michael 271 Cox. BrendaJ 378 Cox. Burley C Cox. Danny L. 12L.l22.27l Cox. Diana Fern 319' Cox. Gregory D, Cox. Jalee Albers Cox. Cox. James R, Jo Ellen 142.319 Cox.John Paul 378 Cox. Joyce 387 Cox.Judith A, 387 Cox. Lo an 1 g . Cox. Mary M. 387 Cox. Nancy T, 251 Coyle. Patrick S. Crahill. Delmer 170 Crabtree. Patricia Crackel. Byron E. 145 Crackel. Linda Sue 125.17I.Z-19.370 Craft. Barbara Jo Cralt.John 208.209 Craft, Warren W, 253 Craggs. Thomas W. Craig. Carol S Craig. Daniel O, Craig. James D. Craig. Jane Craig.Jeflrey Alan 289 Craig.Joseph G 253 Craig. Michael Gene Cratne. Susan J, 305.378 Crandall, Faith M Crane. Jacque Lynn Crane. Willlulu 123 Cratens. Rebecca A, Crawlord. Frances M, Crawford. James D Crattlord.1xaren D, 319 Cray, Phillip D 123 Creasey. Penny' Kay Creek. Patsy A, 370 Creek. Sandra K Creekmur. Dana L, 251 Creekmur. Larry G. Creer. William F 212.387 Creighton. Vickie Jo Cresap. Charles C Crewell. Nancy J 171.319 Crews. David H, Crtppen. Barbara A Crisp. Ronald A Crist. Cynthia K 387 Crites.,1erry Crizick. Chuck 188 Croad. James R Crociani. Nancy L, 379 Crockett. Gregory M, 319 Crockett. John M. 319 Crockett. Sharon L 319 Croft. Christine L Crolutt. Laurence 166.167 Cronin. Rose M, 319 Crooks.Joan Eileen 319 Cross. Cynthia R 387 Crothers. Earl E 378 Cruuw..lui'ce 1-11 Crouse. Richard 1-19 Crowder. Gary L Crowder. Ronald L, Crowe. Ann D, 387 Crowe. Cynthia L. 125.1-13.319 Crowley. Charles R. 378 Crowe. Vickie 319 Crowley. Dennis J 179.260 Crowley. Edward T. Crow n. Robert D. Croy. Loyd A. Croy. Michael E. Crum. Helen Sue 21.86.319 Cryder. Noel Duane 215.257.3l9 Cryor. Cathlene C 370 Cxernmlt. Rohan 180 Culaude. Nancy Ann 136 Culbert. Peggy L, Culp. William Homer 167 Cullon, Linda l, 125.1-12.143 Cultra. Janet Culumber, John E, Culver. Jeanne 388 Cummings. Patrick J. 267,388 Cummings. Raymond F, Cummings. Susan Kay 158,319 Cummins. Jerry Lyne Cummins. Michael E, 57.319 Cummins. Nancy M. 240,284 Cundall. Terry L, Cunningham. Cheryl M. Cunningham. Dan R. Cunningham. Ernest A. 388 Cunningham. Gary M. Cunningham. George 168 Cunningham. Michael 119,120.319 Cunningham, Patrick 186.263 Cunningham. Richard A. Cunningham. Stephanie 299,300,378 Cunningham. Susan M. Cunningham. Virginia Cupp. Richard N. 388 Curl. Barbara A. 378 Curl. Stephen A, 274 Curran, Carlelon 176 Curran. Richard L. 388 Currey. Steven I. Currie. Luanne 319 Curry. Benjamin B, 378 Curry, David K. 319 Curry. Jacqueline A. Curry. Janice Kaye 162 Curry. Janice Rae Curry. John L, Curry.Joseph Lee Curry, Lucile Rose 319 Curtin. Joseph L. 186 V Curtis. David F. 121.319 Curtis. James M. 263.378 Curtis. Janice Kay Cutchin. Stanton L. Cutler. Garry K. 378 Cutler. Harold E. Cutright. Oscar L. Cutright. Paula L. Cans. Belinda K, 378 Cycottc. Douglas W. Clajkowski. Teresa 397 Cmrnecki. Dennis R. Dabrowski. Clemens L. Dager. James N, 282.392 Dager. Joanne M, 319 Dagon. Cheryl L, 248 Dague. Nada J. 388 Dahlin. Brock E. Dahlquisl. Diane L, Dahlquist. George F. 121 Dahm. Marsha A. Dailey. Cindy M. 388 Dailey. Karen S, Dailey. Lynn Carol 1I9.l25.15 Daily. Maude E. 388 Dakin. Judith Russene Dalby. Russell 1. 370 Dale. Fred Albert Dalry mple. Barbara J, 388 Dalsanto. Joseph R 263 Dalton. Jerry L. 17-1 Dalton. Terri L. Damato. Susan J 246.300.3711 Damery. Judith Ann Damery. Patricia S, 320 Dana. Steven J. 388 Danaha. Betty S. 320 Danaha. Jerry E, I-15.320 Dandelles, Emily B, 251 Dandurand. Mary J, Dangaria.Gordhan K. 292 Daniels. Linda J. Daniels. Lora Lea 388 Daniels. Nora L Danker. Holly' M. Dankwah, William E. Danley. David L, Danner. Gary D. 266 Darling. Jerry L, Darling. Rm 159,212 Darnold. Deborah Darnold. Jeanne Ann Darnold. Michael W. Darre. Elaine L, 151.2-16,320 Dash. Donna Ann 2-15 Daubs. Maurice E, Daugherty. Katheryn 247.388 Daugherty. Steven E. 266 Daugird. Pamela S. 378 Daum. Georgia A. Davalos. Steve M. 263 Davenport. Cameron K. Davenport, Donald D. Da 1 'ex . Marist' 162 Davey. Bryan L, Davey. Thomas E. David. Charles Michael 220 David. Janet Rose David.JennilerJ, 378 David.Joyce Eileen 162 David. David. Mhfhuel 113 Roger D, 220 Davidson, Charles S. 388 Davidson. Cynthia S. 243,370 Davidson. Patricia A. 298 Davies. Christine M, Davis. Anne E. Davis. Barbara J. Davis. Carol Ann 320 Davis. Carol J. 249.290.3715 Davis. Cathy L. 388 Davis.Charlotte L, 388 Davis. David S. 378 Davis. Denise 388 Davis. Dennis Arlen Davis, Donna L, Davis. Gehl H. Davis. Gregory B. 264 Davis. John M. Davis. John M. Davis. Joseph M. Davis. Karen P. 388 Davis. Kathleen S, 305 Davis. Kathryn L 370 Davis. Kennard R. 320 Davis. Kirk D. 378 Davis, Lana E. Davis. Lorraine H. Davis, Lowell B. Davis, M, Mark Davis. Mae K. 370 Davis. Margaret A. 320 Davis. Marjorie A. Davis. McKinley L. 293 Davis. Mildred E. Davis. Nanette D. 370 Davis. Patricia C. Davis. Richard L. 370 Davis. Davis Roberta J. 246.370 Rose M Davis. Sandra Kaye Davis. Stephen G. Davis. Stephen M. 255 Davis. Steven L. Davis. Susan Lynne 320 Davis. Thomas F, 268 Decatur. Wendy A. 291.378 Decker. Bonnie D. 320 Decker. Darla J. Decker. David Neil 320 Decker. Donald Andrew Decker, Donna Lynn Decker. James R. Decker. Joanne M, Decker. Larry J. Decker. Leonard L. Decker. Mary Lou Dedman. Amy J. 288 Dedman.JamesC, 180,288,320 Dedrick. Robert M. 388 Deem. Sharon L. 388 De1lenbaugh,John K, 263 Degener, Timothy C. 388 Deguilio. Victor A. 274 Dehghan. Farhad Dehghan. Farimah 292.388 Dehghan. Farrokh 2-12 Dehm. Brenda 1. 143.388 Dehollander. Ronald Delangel. Frank 262 Delanois, Diane 370 Delco. Thomas A. 227.283 Delgatto. Carolyn M, 293,294,320 Dellacca, Donna M. 2-19.378 Delmotte, Robert A. Dellu Chl 260-261 Della Clll Llll1Sl.tI8r5 291 Della Mu Della 119 Delltl Rr: ltuppu 163 Delmslgllm Phi 262-263 Delft: Sigma Pi 122 Del!uZela 244-245 Deluca. Michael 252 Delzell. Ruth K. 164.320 Demartino. Catherine Demartino. Christine Dembski, Kathleen M, 2-13 Demerse, Mary R. Demichael. John A. Demkovich. Susan A. 290 Demmin.Judith E. 240 Dengler. Jeflrey E. Dennis. Douglas A. Dennis. Marla Kay' Dennis. Steven C. Dennis. Tony L. Dennison. Eugene R. 388 Dennison. Kenneth J. 264 Denny. Lana Lee Denny. Michael L. 320 Denton. Gretchen S. Denz. Larry A. Depcik, Nancy A, 378 Deputy. Donna M. 320 Derer. Kristine Renee Deer. Jacqueline Derr. Robert M. Derrv. Steven E. 378 DeRuilur, Garret 130 Derwurl, Bernard 170 Derwort.Car1.l. 378 Derwort. James B. Deters. Paul Herbert Dettro. Christopher 148.320 Devermann. Philip B. Devilliers. Terry M. Devine. Janet M. Devine. William J. 30.186.263 Devinney. Helen 1-11 Devorc. Lynn Durell Devore. Ronald E. Devries. James E. 370 Devries. Kevin E. Dew, Steven J, Dewhirst. Barbara S. 150.378 Dewitt. Nancy B, 142.143 Deyette. Lynette A. 378 Diaz. Wm. E. Dice. Ann Marie 170 Dice. William M. Dick. Floyd Eugene Dick. Wm. J. Dickens. Patsy Lee 67.370 Dickerson. Stephen C. Dickinson. Pamela J, 125.299 Dickirsun. Edith V. 320 Dickison. Mary E, Dickmeyer. Dorothy A. 250 Dickson, Robert B, 388 Didway. Larry A. Davis. Tricia J, 310 Davison. Cynthia J. Davison. William D, Davisson. Susan L. Davito. Joseph E. 134,136 Davito. Mary A. 134.370 Dawdy. Carol R. 150.296 Dawkins. Sharon K. 300.320 Dawkins. Stephen L. Dawson. Bettye K. Dawson. Martha J, Dawson. Tena F. 388 Day. Jane E. Day.Jera1d W. 194 Day. Mary L. Dayton. Laura S. 370 Dayton. Sharon L. Dean. Charles Duane 370 Dean, Dena S. Dean. Diane K. Dean.,laclt 159 Dean. John 186 Dean. James D. Dean. Richard K. 305 Dearing. Connie Deatherage. Donna M. 378 Dieckho1f.Judith K. 378 Dieckhoff. Marijane 370 Diedrichsen. Arthur Diehl. Sharon Kay 370 Diepholz. Sue A. Dierker. Steven R. Diggs. Donald L.. Jr. 266,370 Diggle. Mary 173 Diggle Roger 211 Dillier. Marilyn R. 388 Dillier. Shirley A, 378 Dilliner. Beverly L. 171.246.3717 Dillman. Boyce R. 295.388 Dillman. Joyce H. Dillon. Alan E. 388 Dillon Dillon . Deborah B. 290.378 Philip A. 370 Dillowi. Kathy Lee Dilts. David L, Deathe ra e Michael 388 S 1 Deaton. John D. 263.370 Debarr. Michael A. 156 Debate Debolt. Marvin D. Debow. Christropher 136 Dimock. Faith Ann 143.370 Dimon. David Allen Dintelman. Carolyn J. 378 Dintelmann. Judith K. 155,281,298 320 DiPieIra. Alphonso 1 70. I 7 1 Dion. Mitzi Jo Dionne. Dale K. Disabatino. Jeannett Disabato. Sharyn N. 378 Discussion 156 Dittamore. Joann L. Ditzler. Daniel L. 303.378 Divan. Dennis A. Ermisch, Dively. Deborah Nell Dively. Donald R. Dively, John Arthur Diver, David R. Diver, Donald D. 370 Diver. Judith Joan Divine, Michael Lee 266 Dixon. Barbara L. Dixon. Kenneth M, 267 Dixon. Susan Jane 320 Dm'lt'r,P1ttrit'lt 173 Dmytryk, Michael W. 271 Doan. Sue E. 388 Doan. Thomas Lee Dobbs, Lilly E. Dobbs, Mary H. 320 Dobbs. Patty Ann 158,320 Dodd, Donna S. 125,321 Dodson. Linda C. Doelling, Mary Ann E, Doentelt. Joan 127 Doetsch. Kenneth D. Doherty, James Doherty,Jean 321 Doherty. Mary Lou Dolaxh, Dean 297 Dolbeare. Benjamin L. 166.167 Dole. John Douglas Dollar, Nancy L. Dolxan, Entert 170 Dolton. Donald 1-16 Donaldson. John A. Donaldson, Patricia 152.378 Doner.James S. 267 Donna, Marilyn K. Dontsow, Willadene L. Dooley. Brenda K. Dooley, David 1, Dooley. Diane L. 388 Doorley, Thomas E. Dopke. Wayne P. 134,135,329 Dorathy. Steven R. Dorfmeyer. Trudy Doris, Ronald L. Dority. Michael 212,263,388 Dorris,James Wm. 15-1 Dorris. Mary J. Dorsey. Mark Edward Dorsey, Marsha L. 294.388 Dorsey. Michael 252.388 Dorsey. Michael A, Dortch. Diana E. Dosen,John L. 264 Dothager. Dianna K. 370 Dotson. Jeanne L. 388 Doty, Diana L. 378 Doty. Jean Paige Doty, Stanley E. Daudna, Quimji' 108-109 Dougherty, James M. 267 Dougherty, Kathleen 378 Doughty, Connie S. 388 Doughty. Earl 123 Douglas, Fatima 274 Douglas Hall Council 303 Dunn. Brenda R. Dunn. Dona 2-16 Dunn. Ernest B. Dunn. Lawrence J. 321 Dunn. Steven R. 321 Dunn, Thomas A Elliott, Kay Louise Elliutt. Tltuntux 1 18,120 Elliott, William. .lr. Ellis. Janet S, 2-19,388 Elltx. Jerri' 1611 Ellis, Michael A 26-1 Dunn. Tony J. Dunne. Kathleen M. 378 Dunscomb, Kathryn Dunseth, Martha L. Dupuis. Diane Lee 12-1.153.321 Durante. Anthony 25 Durbin. Robert L Durltrtnt. Leonard 1 l7.l66.l73 Durlmnt, Olga 130 Ellis,S Elmoit usan M, 17-1,379 y. Samar M. F. 322 Elmore. Becky Lynn 370 Elmore, Jane A. 290 Elmore, Steven M 273 Elmore, Walter 159 Elsner, Gerard R. 186 Elwood. Terry L 322 Ely. Janice C Farrington, Debra S. Farris,James E, 282,388 Farthing, Becky 294 Farthmg. Marvin E, Fasig. Kenneth M 388 Fassiotto, David E. 86,252 Fattore. Janet L 2-1-1 Faulhabcr. Carole A Faulhaher. John C Faulkin, Rita Ann 2-13 Faulkner, Paula L. 276.291.3713 Faust. John l7X,292.293 Fay, Richard L, 370 Fazenbaker,Cvlde 370 Fazio. David .I Durland, Kathleen H. 370 Duron. William, Jr. Durr. Beverly L, 2-17 Durr. David Lee 266 Durst. Judy A. Durst. Thomas D. Dusek, Nancy Ann Dust. Connie J. Dust. Nancy L. 378 Dust, Teresa A. 321 Ely. Judith A. 90,25l.322 Emerling. Robert S, 266.322 Emerson. Michael F, Emnterirlt, Curl 130 Emmons, Genc Charles 119.120 Emo, Jacqueline D. Endsley. Dan 66 Endsley. Larry Lee Endslev. Rebecca R. 98.379 Fearheiley.Judy A. 299 Fearmgton,Judy Jan 323 Fedrigon, Gerald Gene Feehan, Patricia Feezel, Mary S. Fehrenbaeher Fehrenbacher Fehrenbaeher Fehrenbacher .Barbara 12-1,176.2 .Harold 29-1.323 .James 212,323 .Richar Dusthtmer, Susan Dutour. Judy Gaye 321 Duvall. Donald R. 378 Duzan. Stanley E. Duzniewski. Francis Dvorak. Darlene C. Dvorsky, Kenneth 321 Dworak. Roger L. 69,79 Dwyer, Carolyn Marie Dycus. Penney L, 298 Dye, Donna E. 388 Dye. Sally J. 379 Engberg, Elin E. 2-11 Engel, Norman 322 Engelhart. Charles A 379 Englehart. Leslie 276 Engelhorn, Betty J 96,143.2-13,370 Engelman. Sharon L. Engelman, Shelby L. 379 Engelmeyer. Paul M. England, Paula L, 251 England. Randy L, Englehart, Leslie A. 181.379 Engleman, Lois L. 2-18 English Club 147 Feiertag, Robert 168 Feig. Thomas J. Feldhake, Carol A. Feldhake, Donald J. Felgenhauer, Vickie 388 Felgenhour. Kenneth 323 Fe1genhour,Malinda 163,164,323 Felix, Rita A, Feller, Randolph L, 271,323 Felstehausen. .loyce L. Fendley, Patricia A. 2-10,370 Fenner, Margaret H, 323 Fenton, Kandice 2-1-1 Dygert, James M. 179,370 Dygert, Linda Sue 370 Dyher, Douglas R. Eader. Anne E. Eadx, Hannah 127 Eads. Ricky J, 270 Eagleson. James R. Eagleson, Lowell D. Ealey, Michael D. Early. Michael 388 Early, Patricia A. Earnest. Joyce Earlern Veternx ,-l.r.r0cittltot1 289 Ea.rlt'rn News 276-277 Earlern Volunteer Prottfrlx 287 Earnest. Sandra Jean Englixlt Deparlnwnt 1-16 Enicks, Darwin Gene Enke. Catht L. Enke, Shirley J, 379 Enloe. Douglas Allen Enloe. Stuart E, 370 Enochs. Richard 116 Enrici. Elaine J. Enright, Michael P. Entwistle. Robert A. 388 Enzenbacher, Barbara Eppelheimer. Frank D. 122 Epperson. Charles Ra 260 Epperson. Thomas C. Eppinette, MoniqueJ. 379 Epsilon Fi Tau 1-15 Ferguson, Alan 172 Ferguson, Charles M. Ferguson, lxaat' 16-1 Ferguson,Jay M. 388 Ferguson. John A. Ferguson, Larry E. 127 Ferguson, Max 173.17-1 Ferguson. Olive B, 323 Ferguson. Stephen 288 Ferguson, Vicki L. Ferrari, Dan G, 262 Ferrari, Nancy A. 388 Ferrell, Thomas E, 200 Ferreri, Mark V. 281 Ferriell. Thomas Ferris. Ann Callahan Dowden Douglas. Richard R. Douglas. Sally J. 378 Douglas, Sharon L. , Constance K. Dowdy, M. Lorene Dowdy, Robert Lee Downes, Donna M. Downing. Charles W. 'Doy le Downing, Louis L. Downs. Dale 125 Doyle, Christine G. Doyle. Eric M. 69 Doyle. Karen Marie Doyle, Linda E. Doyle. Margery S. , Mary Jo 251 Earnst, Kenneth W, l2l.l76.288,297.320 Easter, John Marshal Easton, Douglas N. Easton, Wilmer L. Eaton. Gregory L. 305,370 Eaton. Thomas E, 321 Eberhardt. Robin L, Ebert. Helen A. 153,303 Ehingerulahn 166,167 Eccles, Richard Kent Eckerty. Linda J. 379 Eck1und.Jeananne 244.388 Economics Club 175 Econontirx Department 175 Eddleman. Brenda S. 246 Eddr. Donald 159.l94.l99 Eddy. Richard A. 266,303 Edelson. Lee L. Edenburn,Glenn 155,156,321 Eden, Lorraine 91 Eder. Margaret A. 28,291,379 Edinger, Noralie J. 246 Edman. David A. Edmiston. Lois K. 291 Edmonds, Carol R. 153,322 Edmundson. Jim Dale Education Department 123 Edwards. Becki Ercltmann. Ruth 170 Erdmann, John C. 122.370 Erit'A.ren,.lahn 127 Erickson, Deborah J. 64,240 Erickson. John E. 388 Ertckson,John E. 370 Erickson,Tamara 388 Carolyn J. 24l.305,379 Ermovick, Robert J. Ernst, Richard W. Ervin. Virginia Lynd Erway, Janette E. 379 Erwin, Cliff 1l5,1-16,245,305 Esker, Louis A. Esker, Robert W. Eskew. Nancy Ann Eson. Deborah 388 Estergard, John R. Estes.Jef1rey M. 264.388 Elchison. Don Lee Etheridge, Reva Alic Etnier, Donna Lurene Ettinger. William H. Eubank, Deborah R. 323 Eudeikix, Robert 159.l60,16I Euloe, Doug 267 Evans, Allison F. Evans, Andrea Lee 370 Mary Alice Dow, Ruth 141 Drake, Bennie L, 186,190 Drake, Mary Eleanor Drake, Pamela A, 284,305,388 Drake, Rita Alice Drake, Sharon D. Drechsler, Vernon R. 238.266 Drengwitz. James M. 274 Drennan, Janet L, Drennan, Marsha L. Drew, Diane E. Drew, Marjorie A, 378 Drew, Timothy A. Drews. Janet M. 164,240 Drone. Debra A. 388 Drone. Patricia L. 370 Droste, David F, 259,370 Droste, Richard C. 259,378 Drozd, Virginia M. 294,370 Drozda, Stephen L. Drum. Sherry 299,370 Drummet, John C. 167,174,370 Duan, Jerry 256 Ducey, Rhonda C. 370 Duckworth. Burton K. Dudley, Patrice Dufl. Raymond Edward Duffek, Susan L. Duffy, Harry Dean 253 Duffy, Lucinda Duetsch, Ken 288 Duggan, J. Michael Duguid, Gail 1. 378 Dullenty, Frances M. Dulka, Richard 149,152 Dunagan. Connie G. Duncan, Deanna 164,249,370 Duncan, John B. 321 Duncan, Marilyn J. Duncan, Patricia Duncan. Roslyn E. Duncan, Vicki L. 85.87,96,245,370 Dunivent, Elizabeth 378 Dunkel, Elaine M. 388 Dunkirk, Doris Jean 115 Edwards, Cheryl L. 251 Edwards, David D. Edwards, Deanna R. 370 Edwards. Freda K. 370 Edwards.JuIie 286 Edwards, John R, Edwards, Johnny L. Edwards. Michael Jon Edwards, Richard M. Edwards, Russ 268 Edwards, Susan Marie Eells. Donald L. Efier, Egan, Egan, Egan, Eileen C. John Howard 322 John M. l71,263.322 Eggemeyer, Dennis C. Ehnat. Georgene T. Ehorn, Clifford C. 322 Ehorn. Judith 322 Ehrhart. Debra L. 150,151,348 Ehrhart, John C. Ehsanullah. Mohammed 292,293,294 Eichhorn, Ronald W. 264 Eickmeier, Richard H. 259 Eickmeier, Robert M. Einbecker, Roger 273 Einsele, Beth Louise 288,322 Eisenhour, S. L. 172 Eisenstein.Talia 155,156,379 El-Zayat, Baheya H. Elbert, Duane 176 Elder, Carolyn S, Elder, Patricia D. Eldert. James H. Eldridge, Connie 294 Eldridge, Roger L. Elledge, Brenda Joyce Elledge, James M. Ellexson, Renee Helen 322 Elliot, Christine Y. 379 Elliott, Aline 162 Elliott, Barbara K. Elliott, Charles 144,145,146 Elliott, Clarence E, Evans. Bill 122,370 Evans, Charles M. Evans, Dona D. 388 Evans. Frank Alvin Evans. Gene Lee Evans, Gene M. 268 Evans, Glen R. Evans, Howard W. Evans,James Donald 161,323 Evans. James E. 220.253.257,288,305 Evans. Jerry K. 323 Evans, John E, Evans, Martha June 125,153,323 Evans. Max G. Evans, Richard H. Evans Roberta Lee 323 Evans: steven E. 260,370 Evans. Susan E. Everett, Harold E. Everett, Gene 216,264 Everett, Rickie D. Ewald, Dennis A. Ewing, Angela P. Ewing. Sandra Kaye Eyestone, Polly Lu Eyman. Waldorf C. Eyre, Larry Thomas I62,174,267,323 Eytalis, Stephen J. 287 Faber, Mary Rose 370 Fagan, Clifford I 18 Fagan, Laura J. 243 Fagan. Maureen AQ Fagin, Robert R. Fair, Sandra A. Falen, Frances l27 Faller. Gail J. Fallstrom, Kristin A. 388 Faltemier, Edward E. Faltemier,Janet E. 163,171,323 Faracy. Brian A, 388 Faris. Sheila Ann 143.370 Farley, Robert D. 379 Farner, Wm. P. Farrell, Stephen L. 145,217,273 Farrey, Joseph F, 303.323 Ferris.John Damian 268.323 Ferris. Pamela A. Fesser. Rosalie 164 Fessler, Katherine L. 323 Fetterman, Ralph 274,323 Fetters. John L. Fetzner. William G. Fickes, Philip X. Field, Paul C. Fieldbinder. Carl W. Fieldbinder. Rita An Fieldman, Lee Alan 259.379 Fields.Janet Kay 323 Fiene. George K. 271 Figg. Elmer 1. Figlewtcz, John J. 260,370 Figura, Walter S. Fildes, Connie Jean Fildes, Harold Dean File, Dan 46.138110 File, David C. 47 File. William D. Filipowski, Kirk A. 262 Fillman, William B. Filscow, Carl 116,260,292 Finkbiner,Amelia 86,388 Finley, Carolyn Finley. Patricia E. 134,379 Finley, Teresa Ann 370 Firebaugh, Jane A. 46.240323 Fischer, Janet D. 388 Fischer. Kathleen H. Fischer, Linda Elain 134,323 Fischer. Pamela G. Fiscus, William R, Fish, John Robert 289 Fisher, Jon Wesley Fisher. Peggy K. 323 Fisher, Shirley 388 Fisk, Marianna 324 Fitch, Shirley J. Fitzgerald, Patrick 267 Fitzgerald. Shari J. 324 Fitzjarrald. Suella 388 Fitzjarra1d,Wood1or Fitzpatrick, Carl G. 155.183 Fitzpatrick. Michael Fjell. Paul Norman Flach, Charles A, Flake. Janice 170 Flanagan. Katana S. Flanagan, Patricia L. 303 Flanigan. Nancy Flannell, Gary Lee 324 Flatt, Dana L. 388 Flaughler, Patricia 162 Fleck, Edward W, Fleming, Ann E. Fleming. Cynthia A. 379 Fleming. Emily Sue Fleming. Kathleen Fleming. Rodney G. 324 Flenner. Mark P. Flesner, Linda 388 Flessner, Brenda 249,388 Flessner, David N, Fletcher, Emily Kay 324 F1etcher,James E. 186,324 Fletcher. Sharla B. Fletcher, Steve E. Flick. William G. 305.371 Flicker, Deborah J. Flint. Katherine M. 82.323 40 Green Goeckner 40 Flood. Daniel J. Florence.Jerry D. Flutter. Larrarne 162,163,164 Floyd. lxenneth R. Floyd. Thomas 123 Floyd. Vicky L. 389 Flynn. John Thomas 113 Fly nn Yvonne C. Fogleman. Ctnda L. Fogleman. Jean A. 32-t Fogler. Danna Kay 324 Fo1ey.ConnteS. 324 Foley. Kersey L. 324 Foley. Laurence R. Folkerts. Carol Ann 12-1.125.324 Folkerts. Kenneth L. Folkes. Cheryl M 389 Follett. Margaret J. Folmnsbee. Rebecca Folrath. Patricia L. 324 Fonner. Mary C. Fook. Donna 379 Foor. Donna L Foor. Stephen R Foote. Dan 168 Foran. Sharon Forbes. Kitty A. 386 Forbus. Denise D. Forbus. Janice K. Ford. Audrey J. Ford Hall Council 301 Ford. Harry L. Ford. .luhn 169 Ford. Karen S. 389 Fc rd. Mary Ann 324 Ford. Robert A 16l.186.324 Ford. Rosalind N. 389 Forcl.Stephen 389 Forde. Lionel S. Forrlgn Language Department Foreman. David Wm Foreman.Jerry J 324 Foreman. Mel 168 Foreman. Paul 173 Foreman. Terry L. Foresttere. Frank 217.262 Forkner. Patricia Ann 125.324 Forman. Joan A. 243.379 Forshier. Barbara L. 164.379 Forshier. Richard S. 371 Forsythe. Mary 1. 150.243 Foster. Barbara Kay Foster. Chilton 123.125 Foster. Colleen 12-1 Foster. Karen A. 389 Foster. Larry M. 261.389 Foster. Robert C Foster. Thomas L. Foullt. Margaret Beth Faust. Delbert 127 Fowler. A rlen 176 Fowler. Enell 144,145,146 149 Fowler. Marilyn J. 100.124.I25.239.2-18.324 Fowns. Paul 273 Fox. Brenda S. 286.305.370 Foy. James L. Fox. Linda Carol Fox. Malcolm N. Fort. Ralph Erwin 30.186.263 Fox. Richard A. Fox. Steven Lee 276 Fruenrlu. Frank 173.174 Frahm.ThomasOwen l72.175.324 Frakes. Susan J. Francis, Linda K. 389 Francis. Martha L. 389 Francois.1senneth A. Frank. Susan M. 240.324 Franken. Robert E. 12l.289.371 FranLIrrl.Juhn 294 Franltland. Phyllis E. 153 Franklin. Daniel D. 294 Franzen. Warren D Frault.Jcrry L. Frazier. Jerry L. Frazier. Paula 32-1 Frederick. Barbara J. 16-l.180,2 Frederick. Dennis L Frederick.Thomas 192.263 Fredericlts. Bessie M 115 X1t.305.324 Freehill. Mary Franc Freeland. Dayid Paul Freeland. Donovan J 252 Freeman. Debra 389 Freeman. John V 286 Freeman. Pamela S 371 I-reeman.Sandy 177 lrreese. Izstel L Freesc. Margaret E lrretdtnger. Paul G Frethctt. Linda 324 Fretmuth. Jack C 270.371 French. Constance E. Frvmh Club 150 Frese. Donna M. 371 lrrev. James E 2 fr rey . Janet R Frey. N1ari1ynJ 291 Flick. Linda C lrrisby. Penn D 122 Frisina. Joseph Fritts. Lydia J 324 Fritts. Terry fi 324 Fflll. Rodney L. 325 Frobish. Barbara 163 Fromme. Mary J Frooninckl. Cynthia Frost. Leonard D. 325 Frothingham. Richard 119.122 Fruin. Karen M. 325 Fry. Alta May Frye. Larry W. 379 Fuchs. Adele L. Fuchs. Merilee 389 Fuentes. Thomas V. Fuerst. Keith E. 214.263.3119 Fuesttng. Mark A. Fuhr. Kathryn A. 379 Fuhrer. Nancy A. 379 Fulk. Randal C. Fulks. Christine D. 379 Fuller. Janet L. 143.325 Fuller. Nancy E. Fulth. Roger E. 45 Fultz. William R. 293 Fundel. Cheryl Kay 243,325 Fung. David T. W. Funk. Elke S. Funk. P. Camille 389 Funls. Richard 173 Funk. Stanley Edward Furholl, Paul 127 Furlan. Daniel J. 220.257 Furman. Fred 121 Furrey. Charles W. Fuson. Mark P. Fuson. Michael W. Fuson. Sandra K. Fye. Morrison C. Fyffe. Irene L. 136 Gabbard. E G 138 Gabbard. Lucina 146 Gabel. Mark Lewis Gaertner. Ruth 116 Gaffigan. Herbert T.. Jr. Gage. James R. Gagnon. Elizabeth M. Gahan. Robert P. 325 Garner. Robert A. Gayjar. Ashvin G. Galey, Walter L Galgan. Delana M. 389 Gallagher. John C. Gallahue. Rita J. 325.371 Gallo. Angela Gallo. Lynette S. Gallo. Michael W. Gallo. Ralph C. Gal1oni.Judy A. 2-10 Gamble. Henry E. . Gamble. Lana Lou 150.325 Gambrel. Vicky L. Gantnia Thela Lfpxilon 171 Gammuto. Catherine E. 245 Gannawar. Marlha 260 Ganley. George L Ganninger. Mary K. 24-1 Gannon. Dennis Lee 155.325 Gano. Ken 288 Garbe. Marsha K. 246.325 Gard. Richard Karl Gardner. Carolyn L Gardner. Donald 154 Gardner. John D Gardner, John J Gardner. Lynn D. 379 Gardner. Phyllis Gardner. Randall P. Gardner. Rebecca Gardner. Ronald E. Garlick, Gerald R. Garlinghouse. Linda 143.371 Garmon. Donald D. Garner. Rickey L. Garner. Ronald C. 174,296,325 Garrard, Richard L Garren. Rebecca Sue Garrett. Glenda Garrett. Jerry R. Garrett. Patricia J Garrison, Michael C. 13-1.136.325 Garrity. Ronald L 263.325 Garshelis. Renshaw B Gartley. Patricia Gartner. Nancy 143.2-14.389 Gartner. Patricia A. 245 Garver. Curtis D 389 Garver. William P. Garwood. Michael E. 389 Gasior. Patricia Gasquet, Carmen P. 371 Gasquoine. Judith Gassett. Patricia A. 389 Gatchel. Dennis L. 271.371 Gates. Gail M. Gates. John E Gatewood.GaeL 93 Gatewood. Rae A. 93.389 Gattas. Marilyn N 389 Gauo. Ken IXO Gauwitl. Christine L 379 Gay. Vernon F Gayer. Cheryl 3119 Gayer. Cheryl 389 Garda. Kenneth R Gebhart. Penelope K. 101,124.1-12.1-43.325 Gee, Vicki A 151 Gchlbach. Helma K. 379 Gehlbach. Norman W. Gcier. Russell L. 325 Gerling. Ronald Genclo. W'iIliam Gennity.JamesT 161.305 Gentile. Kathleen Gentry. Mary Kathryn Gentry. Michael lt Gher. Donald L. Gher. Leona M. Gher. Norman O. Ghere. Robert T. Ghere. Ronald L. Ghori. Manzoor Gibbens. Janice L. Gibbons, Constance E. 389 Gibbs. Brenda S. Gibbs. Marc E. Giblin. Cheryl Ann 243 Gibson. Ernie 266 Gibson. James M. Gibson. Ralph 172 Gidcumb. Charles F. 371 Giegler. Carl E. Giese. Mary 138 Gieselman. Mark E. 174.326 Giesler. James E. Gilbert. Donna S. 326 Gouwens. Sylvia Sue 327 Gower. Tlllltllh-1' 122 Gower. Martha Mary Gowin. Lela J. Gowler. Michael R. Grabb. Linda K. Grabb. Sharol A. Grabb. Sue E. Grabb. Terry W. Grabbe. Sally 1. 125.148.249,278.279.327 Grabenstein. Paula A. l25.240.327 Grabowski. Richard L. 303 Grace. David F. l7l.172.389 Grace. Dennis A. 320 Grace. Lindsay L. Grado. Louis 123 Graening. Ed 113 Graff. Ann L. 181,297,379 Graff. James Martin Grafton. Bruce W. 389 Gilbert. Judith A. 389 Gilbert. Nancy' A. Gilbert. Robert B Gilchrist. Kelvin K. Gilchrist. Ronald S. Giles. Thomas R. 252.389 Gilkerson. Margaret 379 Gill. David F. Gill. Donald 1 17 Gill. RebeccaJ. 389 Gtlley. Cherylann 296.379 Gilley. David N. 296.371 Gilliam. William M. 178 Gillies. James S. Gillis. Edward C Gilmore. Patricia Sue 326 Gilmore. Susan R. Gilpin. Ann Marie 244.389 Gilpin. Lonny T. Gilpin. RebeccaJ 287,371 Gtlstrap. Susan L. Gimbut. Melinda M. 389 Gimmy. Catherine E. 389 Girard. Gene G. 26-I Gire. David T. Gish. Linda R. Gistnger. Kay D. Gust, Frances E. Gladson. Linda A. Glass. David B. Glassmtre. Charles F 326 Glazebrook. Richard 186 Gleber. Robert J. Gleckler. Donna Sue Gleeson. Linetle S. 249.379 Gleeson. Susan J. 371 Gleespen. Bernadette 125.286.379 Gleichman. Gail 276 Gleichman. Merrie G. Glenn. Elizabeth A. 326 Glens. Beverly J. 389 Glens. Cheryl E. 379 Gliottoni. Patricia 326 Glithero. Cheryl L. 379 Glosser. James W. Jr. Glover. David R. 371 Glover. David W. Glover.Judith Ann 134.371 Glow. Jude S. 161.267 Gnevo. Susan F. 379 Gobble. David C. 238.263.284 Goben. Randy D. Goben. Ross G. Goble. Janice E. 379 Goble. Karen J. 125.379 Gocey. Fred Gale Gochenour,Car1een J. 240 Grafton. Mona R. 379 Graha Graha m. Beverly L. 379 m. Carol Joan Graham. Carolyn A. Graham. Charles Edw. Graham. Garrett R. 268.371 Graham. Gregory L. Graklanoff. Jean M. Grandt. Melody A. 379 Granger. Jeanie Conn Grannis. Richard V. 252.2-18. 327 Grant. Bonnie J. Grant. James M. 156.293.29-4.379 Grant. Jody L. Grant. Linda K. Grant. Waller 115.305 Graver. Cathy A. 389 Graves. Fred E. l34.136.379 Graves.J0hn R. 269 Graves. Judith L. Graw..lanie5 155 Gray. Barbara Sue Gray. Carroll Bruce Gray. Deanne Gray.Grant 166 Gray. Kathy J. Greathouse. Noelle J. Greco Alfonso S Green.AIberl 116 Green. Carl 123 Green. Daniel L. 268.389 Green. Deborah K. 276.299.3149 Green. Joan Marie 142.327 Green. John R. Green. Judith l. Green. Kevin G. 288 Green Green Green . Larry D. 263.327 . Marian G. 389 . Mark Edwin 327 Green, Michael D. l00.238.263.327 Green. Nancy D. Green, Nornra 162 Green. Patricia Marie Green, Ray J. Green, Ronald H. Green. Samuel S. Jr. 389 Green. Susan Maxine Green, William 118 Greene. Barbara S. 244.389 Greene. Billye Rando Greene. Jerry Lynn 150.259 Greene. Patricia 127 Greene, Rodney K. 276 Greene. Thomas E. 263 Greenlee. Allen L. Greenwald. Dennis H. walt. Gary A. Godlewsk t. Elaine Goeckner. Donna M. 171 Goeckner. Kenneth W. 294.371 Goeckner. Linda M. 389 Goecltner. Ronald J. l67.l74.287.297,37l . Victor D Greenwell. Angela S. Greenwood. Greg G. Greenwood. Margaret 389 Greer. Fredrick M. Jr. 327 Greer. Gayle Y. Greer. Linda S. Goetz. Ann L. 243.303.37l Goetz. Linda K. 251 Goetz. Michael W. 69.260 Goff. Janet Lee 326 Goff. MichaelG. 145 Goff. Richard Roy Greeson. Carl E. IOI.103,284,327 Gregg. Donna D. 389 Gregg. Vergil V. Gregory. Gregg W. Gregory. Gwendolyn S. Greider. Kenneth L. Golf. Thomas E. Goheen. Velma A. 120 Goins. Kathy J. Goken. Pamela Sue 248.326 Golden. Lana 326 Goldenstein. Debra A. 371 Goldsmith. Brenda L. 327 GoIdstetn.Joseph B. 257 Goldstein. Phyllis E. 125.379 Gollier. Harry L. Golscth. William J. Guluska. Shirley A. Gooch. Jo Anne Gooch. Pamela Sue 179.2-88.327 Good. Donna K. 327 Good. Pamela Jean 102.2-10,286,327 Goodrich. Michael l67.I73.I74 G0odwtn.Judy 379 Goodwin. Kathleen 134 Goodwin. Marilyn S. 379 Goodwin. Patricia R. Greinke. P. Todd 266.389 Gremp. Richard W. Grepling. James M. 258.259.3149 Gresen. Kenneth W. Gress. Kathleen G. 389 Greta. John F. Greuel. Mary Jo Ann Grewell. Sharon Kay Grezechowialt. John 288 Gries. James Roger 327 Griffin. David Ray 260 GrUfin..lames 120 Griffin.James L. 119 Griffin. Rarmond 127 Griffin. Robert S. Griffith. James A. Griflilh.Jerrt' 157 Griffith. John W. Griffith. Mary Ellen Griffith. Peggy S. Geogmphi d Gmlogt Dt'fJGl'll1lt'lll 169 Gerdausky. Cathy S 3149 Gerdausky.JudithJ 125.277.3261 Gergent.Gary D. Gergent. Sara S. Gerhold. John A. Gerlach. Wolfgana W. Gerland. Walter 123 German Club l5l Gernon. Lawrence T. 274 Gesell. Jerry L. Geske. Mary Jean 326 Gessford. Floyd E. 266 Getl. Ann 96 Gctr. James E 379 Gharst. John M. 289.326 Goodwin. Ronnie D. 161.Z60.327 Gould. Ann L. 300,379 Goold. John Jay Goranflo. Gary R. Gordon. David E. Gordon. Patricia S. 164.371 Gorecki. Mary C. Gorlewski. Judith An 327 Gorman. Thomas F. 263 Gosncll. Linda J. Go.t.tt'II, Gerald 159.220 Gotthardt. Keith G. Gottwald. James R. Gould. Joann Gouwens. Barbara J. 379 Gouwens. Sandra J. 379 Griffin. Raymond 146 Griffith. Robert D. Griffith. Steven W. Griffith. Vicki L. 389 Griffiths. Andrew M. Griffiths. Marian E. 248 Griff. Marion Lynn Griffs. Nancy M. Grigoroff. Marta . 389 Grigorofl, Wnlda 176 Grimes. Danny E. Grimes. David P. 327 Grimes. James L. Grinre.r..lalrn 1 14 Grimes. Julene A. 379 Grimes. Lana K. l24.327.239.240 Grimes. Linda M. O Grimes. Rhonda S. Grimes. Susan Jo 246 Grimm. John R. Grimm. Patricia A. Grishaber. Steve A. 264 Grissom, Gary T. Gritton. Edmund L. Grober. Danny Craig Groebe. Philip L. Grosboll. Allen D. Grosen. Ken 269 Gr0x.t. Dennis l 18 Gross. Susan M. 389 Grossnickle. Peggy L. Grote. Jaclyn S. 251 Grotleldt. Virgil W. Grounds. Joan lrene Grove. Gerrik L, Grove. Nancy J. Grove, Stephen Davis Grove, Thomas W. Grove. Vickie L. 371 Groves. Richard W. 220 Hallam, Dennis B. Hamaker. Charles Alle Hamaker. Jeanette L. Hamaker. Robert Keith Hambleton. Karen 294 Hambleton. Randy G. Hanterski. Julian 168 Hamerski, Elizabeth Hamilton. Carl R. Hamilton. Cathy A. 246 Hamilton. Doris Ann 328 Hamilton, Gwen E. Hamilton.John M. Hamilton. Jr. Lowell Hamilton, Mary V. Hamm. Brenda R. HHH1II1?I,RfChUfd 180 Hammer. Mack Ensley Hammer, Max Dee Hammond. Brenda K. 389 Hammond. Debra L. 246.371 Hammons. Louana L. 389 Hampsten, Darlene J. 371 Hartman. Francis W. Hartman. Otto Charle Hartman. William 267 Hartmann.Judith A. 249,380 Hartrich. Richard L. 271 Hartsfield. Wilma Jo Hartshorn. Pamela S. 371 Hartwig. Karen L. 371 Harvey. Gerald L. 328 Harvey, James Ray Harvey. Mary Sue Harvey. Nancy Kay Harvey. Priscilla Ka Hartheim. Deborah L. Hash. Joseph F Hashu. Candi Luc 328 Haskell, Carol Ann 329 Haskett. Carol Loai Haskett, David Roy Haskett, Harry Dale Haskett. Janet E. Hastings. Cloyd L 288,304 Hatfield. Brian K. 266 Grubaugh, Gloria J. l24,303.327 Grubaugh, Susan J. 249 Grubb, Carol L. Grubb. Peter Morris Gruber, James R. Grucel. Sharonanne B. 389 Gruenewald, Deborah 299 Gruenkemeyer, Gregor 268,327 Grundy. Robert D. 220 Grunloh, Nancy K. 379 Grzechowiak. John K. Guare, George E. GuCIter1..lohlt 104.123 Gudgel. Stephen G. 327 Gueldner, Cant' l 18.120 Guenther. Becky J. 125,299 Guess, James E, Guidish, MichaelJ 161,267,327 Guilfovle, Sharon M. 125,l53.327 Hanafin. Edith A. Hancock, Pama 328 Hand. Charles A. Handley. Michae1J. 164.328 Haney. Denver W. Haney. Doris Jane Haney. Janet I. Hanfland. Thomas A. Hanford. Norman J. Hanke. Deborah R. Hanke, Lucretia Ann 328 Hankins. David F. Hankins. Patricia D. 389 Hanna. Helen Lucille Hanneken, Gilbert Da Hanneken. StephenJ Hannel. Paul Harold Hanner. Martha Jane Hans, Virginia M. 158,305,380 Hatfield. George 253 Hatfield. Lydia 88 Haltubaugli, Fred 127 Hathaway, Carol 371 Hathaway. Mikalene J. 329 Hailey. James B. Hattnbaugh. Fred 127 Hattabaugh, Margaret Hatteberg. Rachel I. Hatten. Stephen L. 329 Haugh.Jef1N. 288.329 Haugh, Michael F. 389 Hauskins, Mary F. 329 Hausman.Cheryl A. 329 Hausmann. Mary S. 287 Havens, Robert W. 305 Havey..lohn 281.329 Having. Jane L. Havron. E, Carol Helton, Jack Alan 268 Helwig. Carl 123 Helzing, William R. 256 Hemken, Brenda S. 181.2-15.380 Hemmerich, Linda 1 330 Henard, Danny H. 263 Hencker, Louis 115 Hendershott, Karen L 390 Henderson. Betty M. 380 Henderson, Beverly A. 330 Henderson. Denise L 244,390 Henderson. Gale Dean Hendersott, Gtlei 168 Her1der.rort.fudith 127 Henderson. Kenneth W 390 Henderson, Linda S 330 Henderson, Richard A. 263 Hendren, Sue A. 330 Hcndrian, Helen A. Hendricks, Arthur D. Hendrickson. Daniel Hendrix. James A. Hendrix. Martha A. Hendrix, Peggy' L. Hendry.Charles A. 330 Guimond, Russell E. Guinn, George L. Gulbrandsen. Jeffrey' 42,44 Gulbrandsen. Marcia L. 44.139 Gullett. Byron G. Gullion. Micheal E. Gullo. Donald E. Gumbel. Karen I. 328 Gumblc. Harry E. Gunn, Daniel W. Hansberger. Jane A. Hansen. Dianne S. 380 Hansen. Earl J. l67.253.266.328 Hansen. Ingrid Rose 155 Hanson. Barbara Jean Hanson. Gail Anne 380 Hanson. Marianne Happ, Linus Lavern Harbers, Beverly J. Harden. Sharon Kay Hawkins. Bob 267 Hawiclyhorst, Rose W. Hayskins.John S. 288 Hawkins. Mary S. ll9.l20.l48.l80.270,37l Hawkins. Robert L. 329 Hawkins. Ronald A. Hawkins. Shirley A. 390 Hawkins. Thomas R. 276.390 Hawks. Dean Raymond Hawley. Karen J. 125.329 Haws. Alexa Jo 143.245 Herbst. Gunning. Lani L. 371 Gusewelle. Kenneth E. 328 Gushlelf. Paula J. Guska, Janis L. Gustafson, Annajane 379 Gustafson, Ronald L. l86.I88.l89,193 Gustafson, Susan M. 2-16.297 Gutierrez, Gioconda Guy. Patricia E. Guyer. Cheryl L. Guyer. Dennette L. 379 Guymon. David Gordon 328 Guymon. Lois M. 379 Gwardys. Stanislaw E. Gwin, Mary J. 142.143 Haak, Nick R. Haas. Carol Joan 246.379 Haberer, David A. 265 Habing, Paul A. Hackbarth.James M. 379 Hacker, Barbara A. Hacker. W. Paulette 328 Harder. David L. 257 Harder. Lois Elaine I-13 Hardesty, Barbara Su 328 Hardiek. Marian Kay 171 Hardiek. Victor F. Hardin. Burton I33 Hardin. Cathy' Hardin. Spencer H. 371 Harding, Janice E. Harding. Joyce A. Harding, Sharon M. 179.242,288,380 Hardway. Marcia A. 296 Hardwick. Ken 154 Hayden. Roxanna L. Hayes. Hayes. James P. 258.295.3240 Kristina L. Hayes. Mary' Anne 390 Hayes, Patricia J. 66.240 Hayes, Sharon V. Hayfor d. Ronald S. 329 Haynes. Cheryl R. 371 Hays, Carole 1. Hays. Deborah S. 371 Hays. Donald L. Hays. John L. 268 Hendry. Ronald D. Henigan. Constance J. Henlin Henn. e,China D. 371 Nancy E. Henne. Patricia A. Henneberry, Mary M. Hennigan, RobcrtJ. 267 Henning, Debra J. 242.390 Henning. Donald L. 267 Henning, Donald M. 390 Henning. Lynne M. 290.390 Henning. Roger F. Henning. Sharon K. 380 Hennrich, Valerie J. 390 Henrikson. Janice E. Henry. Charles Louis 66.264 Henry. Dane Kendall I22 Henry. H. Douglas Henry. James F. Henry. Lois Mae Henry. Terry Lynn Henry. vaeti A. 163,16-1.380 Henry. Vickie L. 163,16-4.298 Henry. 'irgie L 163.298 Hensie V . lt. David L. Hensley, Barbara L. Henson, Bradford E. Henson, Karen R. 390 Henson, Martha A. Heruuf.Jamex 164 Herbek, John Louis 330 Herber. Prudence Ann 46,67 Gary 281,330 Hadden G. 113 Harliler. . Brian J. 371 Hardwick. Steven M. Hardy, Gary W. 266 Hardy, Thomas G. 268,328 Hare, Bonnie Kay Hare, Phyllis E. 328 Hare, Robert 117,133 Hareid, Karel S. Harkness, Samuel K. I22 Harlan, Kendi L, Harlow, Sandra L. Harmata. Anthony M. Hadden, Kathleen A, Hadden. Phillip G. Hadfield, Donna J. Hadley. John D. Hagan. Linda Lou 163,164 Hagan, Rickie J. 389 Harmon ,Jack L. Harmon.Jeanne M, 389 Harmon. Linda J. 389 Harmon Harmon Harmon .Nancy Ellen 328 . Peggy D. 278,280,380 . Percival Hagel, F. Kay 91,251,371 Hagen. Stephanie L. 241,379 Hagenbruch.Timothy 200.389 Hagenow, Ronald A. 380 Hagerman. Ronald L. Hagerstrom, Robin J. 167.17-1.305.371 Haggstrom. Jodine K. 240 Hahn. Alice Arlene Hahn. Alice Faye Hahn. Charles S. Hahn. Donald Eugene Hahn, Jo Alice 389 Hahn. Karen L. Hailstone. Richard L. Haines. Kathleen L. Haines. Steven T. Hainley. David K. Haislel. Kathleen A. 246.371 Hake. Linda K. Hakman. James Leo Halbrook, Georgia L. Hale. Charles NeilJ. 120.122.3214 Hale. David Hale. Gary E. Hale. Gary Lynn 271 Hale. Larrel J. Hale. Nancy D. 328 Hale. Phyllis May Haley. James Thomas Halford. Lawrence E. Harms, Paula J. 52,305.380 Harness. Rebecca J. Harnetiaux. Sharon M. Harper. Charles C. Harper. Jack T. Harper,Linda K. 371 Harpster. William E, Hare. Robert 133 Harrr, Richard 273 Harres. Harris. Steven J. 245.380 Dennis Duane Harris, Evelyn C. 328 Harris, Gary Gordon Harris. Gilbert O. Harris, James D. Harris. Janet L. 389 Harris, Jeanne C. 328 Harris. Joe Allen Harris. Linda L. Harris. Marcia R. 13-1.136.181.3240 Harris. Mary E. Harris. RobertJ. 328 Harris. Harris. Rosemary Ann 167.174 Sheila D. 380 Harris. Stanley 149 Harris. Stephen J. Harris. Steven C. Harris. Thomas J. 328 Harris. Virginia M. 328 Harris. Wendell K. 371 Hall. Billy Gale Hall. Buena K. Hall. Carol Anita Hall. David C. 145 Hall. Diana L. 124.148.278.298.328.408 Hall. James L. Hall. Jay T. Hall. Jeanne Ashby Hall. Leslie D. Hall. Linda K. 328 Hall. Marilyn S. 389 Hall. Michele D. Hall. Robert E. Hall. Roger A. Harrison. Charles 154 Harrison. Gloria Jea 389 Harro. Kathleen 93 Harrold. Dana R. 389 Harroun. Nancy J. 289 Harsch. John Frankli 217,238,266 Harsh. Sandra L. Hart. David L. Hart. Donald E. Hart, Dorothy' 162 Hart. Joel Donovan Hart. John Michael 268 Harlleyi',.liin 217 Hartman. Bruce W. Haywood. Gail Lynn 390 Hazel, Arthur D. Head. Kenneth Ray 380 Healey. Robert Wm. 329 Health Education Dept. 165 Healy. David G. Healy. Patricia A. 390 Heaney. Richard H. 260,371 Heard. Margaret E. 390 Hearn, William J. 269 Hearne. Pamela S. Hearring. Gerald Ray Heath. Gregory' S. Heuth.Jerrr 116 Heath. Leslie G. Heath. Patty Lynn 125,295,300.329 Hebermehl,James R. 167,17-1.330 Hebert, Rebecca A. 143 Heck, Carol J. 246,380 Heck, Sandra L. 246 Heckel. David Edward 121.330 Heckel. Ray Robert Heckel. Nancy L. 380 Hedges. Edith 141 Hedges. Flank 173 Hedke, Lynn Leone Heelen. Catherine An 330 Heer. Darlene L. 143,371 Heffernan. Danie1J. l6l.I86.274 Heffley. Sharon K. 380 Heidbreder, Elizabet Heide, Suellen 380 Heiden. Douglas C. 258 Heiden. Marlin E. Heidkamp, Peggy M. Heinkel. Dennis Heintz, George B. 186.191 Heinemann. Frankie C. Heischmidt. Kenneth Heischmidt. Loretta 330 Heise. Linda K. Heisler. Elizabeth K. Heisler, Patricia A. Helbling. Joseph P. Helfrich. Robert E. Helleny. Jamiel E. 249 Heller. Jack G. 212.284 Heller, Nancy S. Hellinga. Linda Sue Hellinga, Roger W. Hellmer. Leo F. Helm. Carol Ann 330 Helm. Charles G. Helm. Gregory Kent Helm, Valerie J. 371 Helm. Virginia Louis Helman. Debra L. 380 Helmkamp. Stephen H. 264 Helms. Bruce G. Helregel. Catherine 330.371 Helregel. Margaret A. 143 Herbst. Kurt 259,380 Herman. Gail A. 380 Herpstreith, Cecil W. 145,303 Herrick, Beth A. Herrington, Lawrence Herrmann. Diane M 240 Herrmann, Lance E. Herron, Donald J, Herron, Robert K. Hershfelt. Jack R. Hertz. Barbara L. 390 Herzog, David L. 156.269 Herzog. Gary Joe Healer. Kenneth 113 Hess. Karen L. 119 Hetherington. Gary L. Hettinger. Steve L. 330 Hettler. Frank G. 111 Heuerman, Dennis J. Hewerdine. Gerald G. 144,145,263 Hewing. Thomas J. Hewitt. Joyce E. Hrjrdurls. Bill 130 Hibschman. James Dee Hibchman, Pamela D. Hickenbottom. Ronald 271 Hick. William R. 287 Hickey. Gary L. Hickey. Herbert A. 289 Hickey, Larry E. Holford. David Merle Hollar. Carol I. 380 Holle. Diane E. Ho1ley.Janet 114 Holliman. Curtis A. 331 Ho1lingsworth,Joyee 331 Hollis, Marsha Kay 240.331 Hollister. Charles 178 Hollonbeck. Anne L. 380 Holloway. David L. Hollowell. Mary Alice Hollwedcl. Richard H. 186 Holm. Karen Jane Holman. Betty J. Holmes, Deanna G. Holmes, Pamela J. Holmes. Shirley Jean Holsapple. Reva R. Holsen. Merle Eugene Holst. Janet E. Holstein. Jerome B. 331 Holt. Kenneth C. Holt. Harley 112 Holthaus. Marcia A. l43.294.390 Holthusen. Robert 269 Holzhauer. Adam O. 120 Homann. Vicky J. 164 Holiterorning Committee 102 Home Erunamirx Association 143 Home Emnamiar Department 141 Hon. Dennis Keith 171.331 Hon. Martha L. Honegger. Everett L. 145.331 Honn. De De 331 Honnold. Jon Paul Honnold. Phyllis J. 247,390 Honnold. Ramona R. Hood. Cheryl S. 403 Illian. M Johnson. Lawrence E. 266,334 404 Hood. Eva E. Hood, Gary W Hood. Mary 331 Hood. Melvin G. 390 Hood. Robert L Hood. Ronald E. Hood. Sheryl L, Hooks. Janet 175 Hooper. William B, 114 Hooser, Hooser. Richard 164 Hooten. Mary Ann 380 Hoot-er. Dennis M Hooter. Jennifer J. Hooter. Judy A. 331 Hooter. Nancy D. 245 Janet Ann 124.163, Hoover. Peggy Lynn 331 Hooter. Peggy Lynn 331 Hoover. Robert D. 380 Hoover, Robert E. Hopkins. James D Hopkins. Jon 15-I Hopkins. Mildred 127 Hopkins, William C Hopman. Mary D 245 Hopper. Pamela R Horan. Patricia L, Hickman. Donald A 209 Hickman. Lindsey E Htckox. David B 13-1 Hicks,GeraIdL 371 Hicks. Loretta Jean 243.371 Htldreth. Robert 172 Higgason. Carole J. 371 Higgins. Diane L 240 Higgins. Donna K Higgins, Jane A. 97.390 Higgins.Jo Ann 330 Higgins. Paula B. 390 Higginson. Pamela A. 390 High. Pamela L. 330 Htgh1ey.Wendellyn D. Highsmith. Paul D. Htght. Linda Carol 380 Hight. Richard J. 186.263 Hilbert. Joe X. Htldreth. Robert A 168 Hill. Donald L Hill. Donna L. Hill. Greta J. 380 Hill. Helen Sheffer Hill Judith A. l25.300.37I Hill. Larry Bruce Hill. Lou Ann 240 Hill. N1artlynJ Hill, MaryJ. 390 Hill, Norman Oyd Hill. Paul W. Hill. Peggy M. Hill. Perry III 293 Hill. Thomas Lee Halle, Rita A, 330 Hilligoss. Janet M Htl1tgoss,Rtchard E Hills, Norman Dwight Himstedt, Geneva F. Hinkel. Galen Leon Hinkle. Gary E. 390 Hinrichs. William F. 256 Htnson. Ron 130 Htnterscher. Raymond Hinton. David O Hinton. Dennis H. 269 Hinton. Linda V 245 Hinton. Shirley A 245 Hinton. Shirley D 380 Hintl. Linda R. Hinl, Frank A. 145 Hinz. Gordon R. 304 Hinl. James K 122.330 Htpple. Paul 114 Htppner. Gordon E. 305 Hirsch. Kitty A Hirsch. Richard A 330 Htrschenberger, Ther Hoffman. Susan D. 142.1-13,248 Hoffman. William P. 287.371 Hoflmeyer. Allison Hogan. Linda Sue 331 Hogan. Sandra E, Hogan. William A Hogg. Patricia A, Hogge. Mary G. Hogue. Herman D Hogue. Ronald G 265 Hogue. Susan Diane 331 Hogue. Virginia A Hoisington. Mary J, 371 Hoyem. Christina M 380 Holaday. Barbara J 2-18.380 Holdosh. Donna L. Hurst. Malinda Lou 390 Hurst. Marylou 380 Hurt. Michael A. 333 Husar. Frederick Ale l60.I61.238,27l Husek. William F. Husk.James C. 333 Huss. John D. Huxxey. Robert 159,160 Hustmyer. Christine Hu.rlmyt'er. Frank 179 Huston. Glen R. Huston. Steve C Hutchings, Dennis E. Hutchings. Gary J, Hutchings. Margaret 155.156 Hutchings. Paula J. Horn. Barbara L 380 Horn. C hester Alan 119 Horn. Eula P. Horn, Pamela S. 290.390 Horn. Peggy Jean Horn. Sue Ann Horsman. Carolyn Ruth Horsman. Kenneth E, Horstman.James Loyd 121 Horttn. Ann C 390 Horvat. Rosemary R, HosieFLLois Dell Hoskin John R S. Houck, Ruth E Hough. Maurice R Hough. Sue Ann 331 Houk. B Houriga renda Kay n. Carol Lee 332 House, Kay 1, 390 House. Winilred L 399 Houser. Allan 332 Houser. Judith Sue Houser. Raymond Jr Houser. William R, Houston. Marion L. Houston, Sandra B. Hout. Robert Gayle Hovde Dennis Edward 274.332 Hutchins. Patricia A. 380 Hutchins. Robert J. 102.253 Hutchinson. Richard 333 Hutchison. Belinda M, Hutson. Larry Dean 266 Hutton.Carol Jean Hutton. Carol S. 143.153 Hutton. Honey L Hutton.Jana 380 Hutton. Karen Ann Hutton. Stephen R, Hutton, William T 333 Huxtable. Nancy K, Hyete, Dan 121 HI'Fll. Virginia 130 Hyndmzt n. Schellas W, Hyneman. Myra M, 143,297,380 Ibbotson, Clifton V. 333 Icenogle. Joseph P lden. Da Ilfert. M lftner. R vid George ary'J. 380 uthA l34,136.I8l.297.380 lgo. Sylvia F, 277 Ihnen. R andy L. Ikemire. Gregory K. Ikemire. Linda K. 380 Ikemire. Phyllis A. 390 Ikemire.Tamra L. 371 ichael Wm. Hot-ey. Deborah L, 390 Howard. Leo Joseph J, 304 Howard. Linda A Howard. Linda Jane Howard. Lois F. 390 Howe. Linda E. 158.332 Howell. Carmen J 156 HoweIl.Jants R. 158.251.3130 Howell. Kathleen 141 Howell. Mark A, Howell. Sandra Kay 249.332 Howell. Susan 332 Howie. Judy Kay H0Al'l.SMP 118 Htu. .Vai-Chao 170 Illuzzi. Rose M. Imboden. William H. 260,333 lndurlrial,-1rl.r Club 145 Iridurlrial .4 fix Dvpl. 146 Ingle. Daniel L. 256 lngle.Jill A. 163,174,294 Ingram. Barbara Ann 333 lngram. James Arthur Ingram. Karen L. lngrum. Donald W. lngrum. Pamela Rae lnjun, Chokdee 292 Inman. Linda F. 333 Inskeep. Deborah L. 380 lriler-Fralernilt' Council 238 Hubbartt. Crystal C. Hubbart Hubele. t. Stephen L 332 Glen 123 Huber. Christine 332 Huber. Robert D. Huber, Robert J. Huber. Steve E. 1-lubner. Huddles Steven E, 253 on. Lana J. Irvin. Marilyn J. 333 Irwin. JamesA Irwin.James A. 390 Irwin,Jantce A. 333 Irwin, Larry E. Isbell. Leroy 2I7.2l9.293 Isbell. Ronald J. 148,278,280 Isenburg. Linda Huddleston. Kathleen 249.380 Hudg ins. Linda C, 390 Hudson, Elizabeth A, Hudson. Gerald E. 253 Hudson. Jeffery D. 125,145,380 Hudson. Paula E. 247,390 Hudson, Stancey D, 390 Huerman. Deny 261 lsenburg. Patricia S. Isley. James Alan 333 Jachino, John J. 33.66.264 Jackson. Bob 217 Jackson, Brenda J. Jackson.Cathy L. 390 Jackson. Cheryl L. Jackson. Dale R, 167,174,371 Huff. James Franklin 253 Huff. Michael L. Hissong. Brenda L 224,249,390 Hislurt' Club 176 HIXIUII Deparlniunl 176 Htte. James D Htte. Michael Van 331 Hite. Nancy Lee 331 Htxon. Mary Kay 100,251,331 Hluehnik. Renee S. Hoagltn. Dennis E. 225 Hoard. Melville K. Hobbs. Barbara A. 390 Hochleutner. Daniel Hochstetter. Gregory Hocking. David T. HUFAMDH. Dan 176 Hodge. JcIfreyJ. 266.371 Hodge. Thomas N Hoebel. Heather Jo 47.139 Hoedebecke. Kenneth Hoedebccke. Mark E, Hoegger, Mary L. Hoehn. David L 161.260 Hoehn, Thomas Roger Huffman. Audrey M. 291 Huffman. Carol P. 332 Huffman. David S, 390 Huffman, Jane A, 390 Huggin5.Thomas E 332 Hughes. Cyprus 293 Hughes. Hughes. Daniel 146 Diana Lynn 155 Hughes. Gregory K. Hughes. James T. Hughes. Hughes. Hughes. Logan C. Jr. 332 Randolph E. 390 Wayne L. Hughs. Roger W. 303,380 Huisinga. Danny J. Huite. Edgar J. 256 Hull. Dennis W. Jackson. Dennis M. Jackson. Gregory A. Jackson, Harrison Jackson, James Wayne Jackson, Janice L. Jackson. Jerry A. Jackson, Judy K. Jackson. Jurel V. 115 Jackson. Kenneth G. Jackson, Marjorie S. 278.280,29l.295,298,380 Jackson. Mark Vowell 333 Jackson. Rodney L. Jackson. Roger L. 254.333 Jackson. Ron D. 293 Jackson, Russell J. 293 Jacobs. Beverly D. 125.333 Jacobs. Robert E. 264.303 Jacobs. Rodney A. Jacobs, Ronald W. Hoekstra, Mary Jane l53.25l.33I Hoelscher. Carol R. Hoelschcr. Charles A. 151 Hoelscher. Margie C. Hoelscher. Martha P. 331 Hoem.Candacc P. 150.305 Hoerbert. Russel D. Hoevct. Duane M. 120.331 Hajarlter. Mildred 154 Hoff. David D. Hoffek. Lawrence J. Hofferkamp. David J. Hofferltamp. Stephen Hallman, Arnold 168 Hallman. Arrhur I 18 Hoffman. Bonnie L. 243 Hoffman. Celeste 246.371 Hoffman. Lorraine R. 340 Hull. Thomas W. Huls. Nancy Ann I02,l71,248.286,332 Hult. Alan S. 220 Hulteen. Linda K. 251 Hulton. Bill 174 Hults, Mary I. Hume, Michael T. Hum ke. Albert L. 390 Humma Elizabeth Anne Hummrich. Diane S. Hum Hum phrey. Kathleen A. 333 phreys. Richard R. Hundley. Danny R. 333 Huns Huns Hunt Hunt Hunt Hum e, Tom S. 266 inger, Mary J. 390 . Barbara J. 371 . Bruce A. 212 . Judy Gail .Lawrence 173 Hunt. Ruth A. Hunt. Ralph 146 Hunt Hunt er. Andre A. 371 er. Douglas K. Jacobs, Susan K. 250 Jacobson, Terry L. Jacques. Joseph A. Jaeger. Louanna R. Jaeger. William Max Jagla. Joan K. 67, I 50.249.278.280.380 Jagodzinski. George E. Jahn. Lawrence B. Jahr. Saundra James Carol Elaine 288,380 James Charles P, James. Kenneth L, James. Susan Lorrain Jamros. Joseph J. 390 Janard. Corrine Janda, Jacqueline SU 333 Jandris. Lois Ellen 163,333 Jandris. Thomas P. 333 Janes, Sharon A. 380 Janik. Michael E, Janiszewski. George A. 380 Jannusch. Randy L. Janowski Jo ce Ann 174 371 Hunter. Judith A. Hunter. Lynn M. s Y - Janowski. Kenneth R. 125,145,333 Jansen. Albert E. Hunzinger. Bonnie K. Hurford, Martha Sue Hurford. Terry A. 168 Hurley. Ruby Aileen Hurst. Donald Eugene 333 Hurst, Gary W. Jantzcn. Janis: K, 380 Janvrin, Lois Marie 371 Jaques. Jacqueline E. 243,333 Jarand. Alan Jerome Jarand, Lorain I. Jarnagin. Clara R. 371 Jarrett. Carla Jarrett. David E. 253 Jarrett. Sallie C. 390 Jarzembski. Nancy- J. Jasinskas. Lucia R. 390 .li1wad.Jalll 180 Jayne. Alan Dale Jeffers. Bonnie Sue Jeffers. Earl Wayne Jefferson. Mark J. 121,289,334 Jefford. James W, 380 Jeffreys, William B. Jeffries. Michael L. Jelinek. Joseph E. Jenkins. Deena Gay Jenkins, Gerald Lee Jenkins. Helen Anne Jenkins, Jeanette Jenkins.Judith M. 390 Jenkins. Jenkins. Jenkins. Jenness. Jennette Kenneth L. 200 Robert K. Sharon L. Dixie L, 390 Tys A, Jennings. Michele L. Jennings, Robert W. 390 Jennings. Victor G. 263 Jensen. Barbara A. Jensen. Krtstan Ann Jensen. Marie J. Jensen. Robert A. 186.334 Jensen. Thomas L. Jenson. Gregory L. Jentsch. Barbara J. Jeremiah. Cheryl A. Jerzyckt. Gay Janet 334 Jesse. Jeanne E. 245 Jingst. Kay Ann Jacum, George 149.151 Johansen. Lawrence C. 170 Johansen. Sigrtd K. John. Rudolph E. 334 Johns. Ji Johns, R Johnsen. Johnske, m W. obert W Michael J, Margaret E, 97,100.I53.2-40.334 Johnson. Bernard S. 380 Johnson. Bernard T. Johnson, Bette Lou Johnson, Candace E. 251 Johnson. Carole F. 371 Johnson. Carolyn Joan Johnson, Carolyn S. Johnson. Caryl 141 Johnson. Cheryl Lynn 299.371 Johnson, Clifford E. 145.334 Johnson. Curtis R. Johnson, David Paul 268 Johnson. Delores E. 390 Johnson, Donald R. 266.371 Johnson. Earl Evan 334 Johnson. Elaine S. 380 Johnson. Gary 5l,67,288,297 Johnson, Johnson. Glenna L. Heather L. Johnson. James E. Johnson, James P. Jr. Johnson. James W, 390 Johnson. Johnson. Johnson, Jay Dan 334 June 134 Judith A. 334 Johnson. Karen E, 245 Johnson, Karen L. Johnson. Kenneth M. Johnson. Larry Dale 270 Johnson. Johnson. Johnson, Johnson. Johnson, Johnson. Johnson, Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Linda M. 291 Marilyn Kay 296,380 Marlene L. Marsha A. Melinda L. 390 Michaela Pamela Dian Pamela Jean Pamela Jo 251 Paul D. Philip B. 266 Rebecca L. 334 Rebecca N. Richard L. 238,264 Johnson. Robert R. 268,286,334 Johnson, Ronald I 18 Johnson. Sandra Kay 251,334 Johnson. Stephen C. Johnson, Steven Kei! Johnson, Steven P. Johnson. Susan C. Johnson, Susan Kay Johnson. Suva 164,372 Johnson. Terry S. Johnson, Thomas P. 264,334 Johnson. William G. Johnston. Gerald L. 296 Johnston, Ginger D. 295.334 Johnston, Jan M. Joiner. Patricia L, 390 Joley Barbara Jean Jolley. Carol J. Jolley. K athryn J. 164,240,380 Jones. Alan Lee 121 Jones, Alice J. lan L. 119,120 Jones. Al Jones. Austin 118 Jones Birch Jones, Bob 113 Jones. Blaine A. 53 Jones, Brenda S. 334 Jones, Connie Sue 153,296,334 Jones. Emily F. Jones. George 176 Jones. Ivan L. Jones. Ja J ones. Ja mes M. nis M. 246,390 Jonm, Jeffrey D. Jones. Jerilyn S. Jones. Jo hn M. F Joseph Jones. Kathryn Adell 170 Jones. Kathy Dawn 334 Jones, Kathy June 158,372 Jones. Lila J. Jones. Marilyn S. 143,297 Jones. Marilynn M. Jones, Martha Jean 334 Jones, Mary J. 390 Jones, Mary Jo 380 Jones, Paula J. Jones. Polly Sue Jones. Robert E. 390 Jones. Samuel Eugene Jones. Susan K. Jones. Velma G. 380 Jones Verna L 180 Jones: Virgil Floyd Jordan, Jane K. 380 Jordan. Jerald L. Jordan .Jerry David Jordan. Joane M. Jordan, Maribeth 380 Jordon. Robert 168 Alfred K. Keller, Dianne M. 372 Keller, Karen Marie Keller. Roger J. Keller, Sidney A. Kelley. Carolyn M. 372 Kelley. Opal J. Kelly. Kevin F. Kelly. Larry L. 200,201 Kelly. Leo 149 Kelly, Sharon Ann 240.335 Kelly. Terry L. Kelly, Timothy Kelsey, Gary L. Kelsey. Janice Gayle 335 Kelsey. Jlm Michael 295.372 Kelso. Joyce L, 381 Kelso, Pamela 372 Keltner, Dale R. Kemf. Lorraine Emily Kemmer. Charles W. Kemp. Carol Jean Kemp. Richard E. 253 Kendall, Linda Sue 240.301.372 Kendrick. Nancy Ann 143.249 Joshu. Eric L. 372 Joshu, Jean C. 294 Josserand. Larry Joe Jostes. Mark A. 266 J0urdan.Jerry P. 372 Jourdan. Mary B. 390 Jourllalixni 148 Joy. Mark Major 176,178,282,33-1 Joyce, Charles N. 372 Juenger, Linda L. Julius, Karl D. 390 Junker. Ladonna J. 142,143,372 Junkins, John L. 271 Junior Var.ril-1' Cheerleaders 93 Jurcin, Mary Kay 334 JUYCCKI, Lynn C. 245 Jurgel, Gail Phyllis 334 Juriga. Paul M. 295,297,334 Jurkanin. James A. 380 Jurman. RobertJ. 253 Justice, Delores Ann 134,334 Justice Richard Wm. 257.335 Justice, William K. 186 Kaack, Connie J. 390 Kaag. Cynthia S. 381 Kabel, Pamela Jo Kaczor, Rosane Marie 246,335 Kaczoy, Ab 186 Kaine. Carole A. 125,308,372 Kaiser, Charles L. Kaitschuk. Nancy Jo 335 Kaleta, Judith A. 390 Kalkbrenner. Paul D. 390 KaItinger,C1iflord Kambarian. Virgil N. 260,372 Kamerman. Richard A. Kamm. Joyce E. 390 Kamman. Ann 152 Kammert. Christine Kappa Della 246,247 Kappa Della Fi 124 Kappa Mu Epsilon 171 Kappa Omifron Phi 142 Kappel, Dennis M. Kappler. Lucille E. 125,300,335 Kapus. Frances M. Karch. Cleve E. Karch. Larry James Karcher. Brenda J. 372 Karl, Richard G. Karl, Rita Louise Karlstrom. Ronald Karr. Dennis F. 267 Kelly. Kevin F. Kelly, Larry L. 200.201 Karralter, Robert 168 Karras. Chrisoula Kaser. Albert H. 274 Kasey. Joan 381 Kashefska, Debra J. 381 Kaspari. Juliann E. Kasten. Robert E. 253.335 Kaszynski. Christine Kalximpalis. Tom 159 Kaufman, Delwyn L. 381 Kaufman. Juliana M. Kaufmann, John O. Kauling, Diane E. Kautzi. Wesley C. 121,335 Kayser, Cindy A. 245 Kayser, Jeffrey W. Keag. Benny P. 305 Kearns. Michael L. Kearns. Timothy M. 265 Keaster, James C. Keating.Joyce1. 305,381 Keck, Donald L. Keele, Kent Lee 372 Keenan, Patricia E. Keenen. Sharon R. 251 Keepper. Michael W. Keer, Joann L. Keer, William E. 335 Keest, Kathleen E. 293 Keeve, Scott C. 200.201 Kehias. Kathryn A. Kehl. Ricky L. Kehoe. Sharon K. 241 Keigher. Jean M. Keigley, Rebecca J. 245,335 Keiser, Diana L. 335 Keiser, John 176 Keiler, Richard 168 Keith, John R. 178 Keizic, Chuck 267 Kelch, Blair David Keleher. Theresa M. Kellan, Jayne Foster 299,305,381 Kellan, Ross B. 98.l34,136.335 Kelleher. John 146 Kelleher, Mary Ellen Kellenberger, Richar Kendrick, Samuel D, 260 Kendrick. William D, Kennard. Michael K. Kennard. Sally D. 2-15.381 Kennedy Bessie M. Kennedy Elizabeth A. Kennedy John P. Kennedy John Patrick Kennedy Rita F. 336 Kennedy William R. 305 Kennedy William R. Kennerly, Frederick. 117 Kenney, Kathleen M. 390 Kenney, Steve 212,213 Kisie1.James P. Kitchen, James R. 198 Kjos,Char1es Goodwi Klaska. Roger E, 259.372 Kleber. Lynn Marie 243 Klee. Linda Jean 372 Klehni, Waller ll7,l44,l45.l46 Klein. Gerald E, 237.294 Kleine. Dorothy J. K1e1nhammer.JeanA. 391 Klciss, James E. K1em.CathyAnn 153.303.337 Klestinski, Donald Klimehammer. Jean K1imek.Joanne Lyn 337 Kllmkowicz. John W, 121.337 Kline.Catherine R. Kline. Douglas W. Kline. John Packard K1ine.Judith M. Kline. Karen S. Kline. Susan Lee 143,391 Klinker. Mary E. Klinnert. Michael C. 179,337 K1lpp.Kenrfcth P 24,161,212 klipp. Michael L 155.156.2151 Klipp. Tana Jo 281 Kloker. Frederick P. Kloker. Linda Sue Kloker. Lois M. K1oker.SuzzanneJoy 124,167,337 Klomparens. Randy L. K1oplenstein,Jane A. 381 Kluge. Donald 1 15 Klump, Marcia A. 241.381 Klusmeier. Wayne A. 271 Kluzek. Paul Joseph 271 Klyczek, Anthony J. 122 Krehbiel, .llmlex 133 Krehb1el.Jay D. Kre1g.Rey Allen 268,372 Krels.A1etha M, 250 Kreis. Katherine A 251.381 Krek,Caro1J. 246.276.277 Krek, Karen Marie 337 Kreke,SandyC. 391 Kremer. Joan M 241.381 Krlck.Judy?v1, Krieger. Melvin H 238.266.3ti7 Kr1stof1ersen.Pau1 Krizlc. Charles M, 186,266 Kroft. Dennis R. Krohne. Jody K. Krubel. Kathryn A. Krudwlg. Ann Krueger, Diane E. Krueger, Duane L. 391 Krueger, Frederick A. Krueger. Karen R, 288 Krultenberg, Claire 170.171 Krukewltt. Ronald W. 121,289 Krumsiek. Karl 1, Krums Krupa. Krupp. Kruse. Kruse. Kruse. Kruse. lck. Pat 294 Agnes A. VickieL 291.391 David Ron John Calvin Kathleen L. 249 Royle Jean Krutslnger. Paul D. Krur:a,.Iune 130 Kuetemeyer, Alan S. 372 Kuetemeyer, Mary T. Kuethe, Kuh1,P Kuhllg. Theodore 253 aul D. 267 Kathleen A. Kent. Gary W, 156 Kent. Larry A. 336 Kent, Terry R. 102,260,372 Kenter, Gary J. Keppler, Michael J. 296 Keppler, William 173 Kerans, Laurel Kerans, Norman Eugen Kerber. Charles R. Kerber, Ellen L, 294,381 Kerch. Jane E. 240 Knabel, Robert L. 304 Knapp. Anne M. 297.391 Knapp. Katherine A Knapp, Margaret C. Knapp. Ralph William Knapp. Stanley R. Knaus. Robert C. Knautz. Harold James 267.337 Knetzger. Ellen M. Knez. Gail K. 250 Knierim. Tim Kerner, Michael C. Kersten.Thomas M. 336 Kessie. Cabblna 292 Kessler. James D. Keyscr,Chery1K. 55.56.l53,286,295,296.336 Ke11',Rhadariclr 133,136 Khan Khan, Lateef M. 292 Kibler. Barbara K. 391 Kibler. Steven F. Kick. Edward L. 304.391 Kidwell. Connie K. 2-15.372 Kidwell, David A. l00.I48,182 Kienlen, Edward J. Kiertscher, Henry M. 381 Kight, Wayne J. Kilborn. Harland 266 Kile. Jane Ann 381 Kile, Mary J. Kile, RobertAIlen 121,336 Kile. Ronald B. 289 Kilgos, Ellen Jane Kim, Ha Poong 177 Kimball. Bonnie B. Kimball. Edwin 260 Kimery, Ellen K. Kimi Kathleen L. 163 Kimlel. Kathleen A. 301,336 Kimmel, David D. Kimura, Sy0j1 Kincade, Charles H. Kincade. Robert N. 271 Kincaid, Edward L. Kincaid. Jo Ellen Kinder, Sharon L. 167 Kindig, Linda D. Kindle, Gary F. 391 King, Alan R. 372 King, Clara Belle King. Dawn E. 336 King, Ellen Stanton. 125,300.336 King King King King . E1licT. .James L. 304.381 .Joel S. .John W. King. Judy E. King. Linda Kay 251,286.336 King, Patsy A. Kin King Sandra Joyce g. King, Teresa M. Thomas J. 186,270,271 King: Tony H. Kingery. Charlotte A. 372 Kingery. Gary E. Kinkelaar. Jean B. Kinnally, Joyce F. 372 Kinney. Linda A. 390 Kinney. Steven M. 257.336 Kinsella, Edward W. Kinsella, Ellen Joan 245.372 Kipp. Kay L. 251 Kipp, Linda Kay 101,l56.239.251,336 Kirby. Cynthia N. Kirby. Janice W. Kirby, Paul 149.150 Kirchhofer, Douglas 200 Kirchner, Connie E. Kirk, Abigail J. 372 Kirk. Jennifer J. Kirkendall. Mary K. 251 Kirkham. Dennis P. 372 Kirkham, Linda K. 390 Kirkland, Donald E. Kirkpatrick, Michael 336 Kirsch, Corinne Faye 125,286,337 Kirsch, David C. Kiselewski. Brenda J. 337 Kiselweski, John L. 372 Knight. Royal Edwin Knlxltern, Verne 173 Knobeloch. Nancy L. Knobeloch, Sarah L. 249.337 Knol. Diane L. Knoll. Janice E. 391 Knollenberg. Daniel Knollenberg. Sandy K. Knollenberg, Shirley Knaop. Caryl 130 Knott. Beulah D, Knoll,.lame.r 113 Knott. Margaret Gay 372 Knuth. Susan M. 372 Kobie. Claudette ' Koch, Herbert W. 121.303,38l KO!1h,R!1V1'IIl0lld 176 Kochendorfer. Gregor 264 Kocher, Diana M. 171 Kocher, Janet L. 372 Koeberlein. Philip L. Koehler. Charles Jas 337 Koehler. Charles Jos 289 Koehn, Sallie M. Koenig, Daniel 180 Koerner. Jean L. 381 Koester. Judith A. 97.381 Koester. Laura E. Koester. Stephen F. Koets. M. Lorraine Kohanzo, Keith K. 257 Kohl. Gerhard Alfred Kohler. Raymond L. 381 Kohnz, Bruce C. Kohout, Karla A. 240 Kohrig, Karl Anthony 145,260,337 Kohut, Michael Kolar. Clay Albert 220 Kolkmeier, Robert W. 260.372 Kollock, James P. 391 Kolmer, Jerry C. 372 Komeshak, Sandra S. Konecny, Renata J. 337 Koneles. James J. Konicek. Jerry A. 214,215,263 Koonce. Dorothy Dian Koonce. Robert L. Ka0n1:. Lloyd 170 Kopeclty. Edward Ray 161.253,337 Kopp. Shelia J. Kopsa. Karen M. Kopuz. Felhi 133 Kornack. Joseph E. Kos, Walter S. 238,264 Koss. Judith Diane Koss. Vicki L. 391 Koutsoumpas. Karen 143.372 Kowal, Kristine D. Kowalczyk, Joanne M. Kcwalczyk, Keith T. 212 Kowalski. Nancy Jean 337 Kozer. Linda Louise 124,125,337 Kozer, Richard S. Kozuch. Catherine M. Krabel. Joseph L. 381 Kraegel, Karen K. 240 Kraegel, Keith R. 122,337 Kraft, Linda S. 391 Kramer. Ann E. Kramer. Lois 116 Kramer, Sandra K. 245.391 Kratochvil, William 269 Kraueunas. Patricia 337 Kraus. Linda D. 250 Krause, Thomas A. 257 Krehbiel, Anne C. Krehbiel, Eugene 173 Betty Kuhn. 337 Kuhn. Beverly Kaye Kuhn. Donna Kathleen Kuhn,Ju1iaM 381 Kl.1hns.JanetK. 1-12,1-13,249,337 Kuipcrs, Kathleen A. 381 Kuknyo,Co1leen Lynn 124,168,337 Kulik. Leona E, 124.175,17S.282.337 Kull. Arlene Marie 338 Kull, William F. Il 338 Kummer, Diane S. Kunkel.Carol E. Lund, Margene 305 Kuntzman. Dale Henry 114 Kuplsh, Joseph K. 391 Kurasek. Dennis W. 269,338 Kurasek. Douglas G. Kurth,W1l1iam D. Kurtyak. Michael Jr. 338 Kash. Susan J. Kutosky Barbara Jo 391 Kutz, Pamela A. 391 Kyd. Lynda R. 152.338 Kylander, Ellen C. Kyler. J ohnC. Laakman. Bruce O. Labarge. Dianna L. 391 Labeau. Linda M. Labeau. Robert B. Labeau .Valerie V. 241 Labelle, Douglas S. 264,338 Labon. James M. 254,255 Lab School 127 Lacey. Shirley M. Lacey. Tawna K. Lachenmyer, Pam Sue Lackey, Gary A. 167,338 Larlter, Oren 166 LaCroix, Richard 177 Lacy, Helen M. Lacy.Jared W. 391 Lacy. Michael J. 277.282 Ladewig. Barbara Ann Laechelt. Mary L. Lafine. Denise E. 125 Lafrentz, Dean R. Lagacy. Edward A. 145 Laible..lon l70 Laheylxlane 118 Laheyr. Thomas 127 Lair, William D. 338 Laird, Jay S. Laird. Stanford H. Lake. Nancy C. 164,338 Laker. Judith Arlene Laker, Stephen E. Lalonde, James A. Lam, Chick Woon Lam Laurent Kwing C, 338 Lamarsh, Robert D. Lamb, Betty Ann 338 Lamb, Larry W. Lamb. Philip D. Lamb. Susan R. 281 Lamb. William T. 263 Lambert, Dee W. 257.338 Lambert. James C. Lambert. John M. 381 Lambert, Ronald Lambert. Terry L. 256 Lamberti, Christine Lambreehl. William Lamendola, Frances Lamkey. Alice Kathry Lamkin, Judith M. Lammers, Mark Paul 338 Lammle. Jamts G. Lammle. Karen Pauline 158.338 Lancey, Linda 391 Land. Mary Elizabeth Landers, David R. Lande.r,Ber1 166.173 Landon. John W. 391 Landsdown, Kenneth 303 Landsaw, Floyd 117 Landvick, Jack O. Lane, Alexis A. 372 Lane, Donna J. 391 405 406 Lune. Gregory L 253.333 L.xne.Wnll1.tm.-Xlbert 335 Lang. Michael John III Lange. Chris 300 Lange.N1arthaAnn 338 Lange. Mary C l3-l.l36 Lange. Richard Nl Lungelher. Dennis R Langland. Phyllis A. 381 Langley . Charles D Lanham. James T. Lanltston. Michael tt. Lanman. Douglas R. Larmmn, .llajurie l IS Lanthrum.Joseph 372 Lap1nskl.N1ar1l5n 335 Lareau. Dat td P. 269 Large. Donna Mane 240.335 Large. Gary F, Larson, Deborah L 39t Larson. Debra S Larson. Louise Nl. 3334 Larson. Marilyn F Larson. Stephen Hugh 268.335 Lar3.GeorgeF 338 Lauh. Patricia lrene Luhbrook. Nancy E 391 Lashley. Jeanne LavAei.Hwhw1 l'6 Lusseter. Angie N Ldlkrlr. A bdul ITS Lathrop Dan Lee Lulm Club 150 LHIOI. Rena Ann LGIOZ. Samuel J Lattaitis. Peter B. Laub. Nancy C. Laue. Karen D. Lane. Randy J Laue. NN ilma Sue Laur. Barbara J. 240.338 Laurent. Nancy E JOOJBI Lauters. Charles J Lautaerens, Linda M 372 Lavery Michael J 338 Lam head. Anthony A. Lawler. Nancy J. 3tSl Lawler. Thomas L Lau renee. Daniel E, Laurence. Gerald R Lavt fence. Karen Anne Laurence. Nancy J. 25I.J8l Lawson. Carol Ann 339 Lawson. Cy nlhta S. Lau son. Dorothy Mae Lan ron Hail Counffl 303 Lawson. Nancy J JSI Luwwill. Priscilla A, l25.l3l.372 Lawyer. Alan K. Lawyer. Linda Arlene Lawyer. Tambra D. Lay . Tjin-Stong Lay man. Shirley S. 13-3.339 Lay mon, Dennis Layton. Catharine J, Layton, James Layton, Robert F. 339 La:enbt, Waller 146 Leach. David H Leach. Mary Ann 381 Leal. Dennis Ray 30.339 Leahy, Virginia Elle Learned Diane Leathers. Ronald l-lf: Leavitt. Jean M l-13 Lcbegue, Walter B. Lebensorger, William Lebrccht. Joan K 224.2-t9.3Bl Lechncr. Nancy J. 2l.86.239.25I Luckrone. John R, Lccoum, Kent J. Loddy. Richard A. Ledermann. Freidu -Xnn Leduc. Dartlcl Paul Lce.Ch.1fl::s B. Lcc, Charles l. Lee. Chong Han Lex. Nancy C. DSI Loc. Stephen B, Lo:.Vtckcyl1. 305.381 Lee. William F. Leech. Nancy A. 297,351 Leelcrs, Carol A Lvxmhuls. Marjorie E, 339 Looman. Kathryn R. 2-ll.39l Lcleser, Kent Carl Lclcwer. Michael Lcletre. John H. I52.3ttI Lelk0v.nt1.Runald S 153 Leflur, lilwln l72 Lellcr. Jean A. l0I.lU2.240.2l5-5.339 Lellorc. Nora B. 39l Legg. Barham A 372 Legg. Robert L. Legg. Rodney L. Legg. Sherri L 97.2-l9.Jl5l Lcggc. Paula W Leggitt. Orren C Lehman. Gregory N 3XI Lchnunn. Liam: A. Lchncn.N1.lryC I6Z.2-59.172 Leigh. l'z'lw l7K Lemherger. Donald A Le1phul:. Rulund IBO Lemar. Lenny J Lcmltc. Marilyn Lenihan. Patrick l75 Lcnt1.Jamcs Michael Lcnt1.Thcodurc Leonard Debra 39I Lcunurd Floyd G. 264.339 Leonard. Janet M. 381 Leonard. Lucille T. Leonard. Sandra S. I9l Leonard. Steven Leonard. William C. 269 Leonas. Anne 2-l5.27S.2S0.372 Leon akos. George S. Leslie. Larry Zane Lessley. Charlene A. 339 Lester. George B. 339 Leteh Leusc Leier er. Gall E. hkc. Nlarvin L. ich. Connie Lyn 339 Letttt. Donald XX. 272 Lcutt. Etert N1 l-15 Levy. Lety. Daud Clarke Rlcka L, BK! Leuandouski. Joy ce A. 290 Lewandimski. Shirley JSI Leuey . John Lexus. Anna Nlarle Lewis. Charles D. I55.2B I .339 Lewis. James L. Lev is. Jams Lou 339 Leuixjudith A. JSI Lexus. Nlary Clara Lexus, Michael G. 339 Lexus, Rebecca S. 391 Lexus. Robert D. Lewis, Ronald R. Lezan. James J. Liang, Bill Murphy l6I.263,3J9 Llbruri l53 Ltchtenberger. Karen lSl.3Sl Ltchtenberger. Rhonda 37- w Lichter. Carol 290.39l Llchter. Cheryl 38l Lidy. Nancy J. 339 Liebenou, Elizabeth A Liebenou , J. Stephen Lieler. Vixiun K. 38I 1 Liem. kioe Khian -92 Lien. Lc I I5 Lietz. William H. 217 Liggetl. Dale Layton Light. Rose,-X 391 Llghthull. Mary K. LlghthalI.W1lliam L. l-15.3-10 Lilien, David L. Lihen. Suzanne Ryan Lillpo p, Kent A, Limberick. Sandra 39l Lincol n, David W. Lincoln Hull Council 305 Lindberg. Phillip A 26-1 Linder, Stanley E 297.372 Lindgren. David F. Lindley. Clifton H. 372 Lindley. Donna G. Lindsay. John D. 268.391 Lindsay. Pat Lindsay. Ruth M. Lindsey. Donald L. 304 Lindsey. Jellrey C. 339 Lindsey. Susan E. 39l Llngle r, Karen L. I3-1,l36 Link. Connie Jane Link.JeunC. 39I Linkus. Thomas P. 27-1.340 Lmn..lahn l30 Linn. Nancy J. 340 Liston. Kenneth Leon Lither Lither land. Edward J. lund.Jane R. l25.372 Litherland. Rita Jo Litlke, Edwin G, Little. Alice 340 Little. Cynthia K J0l.J8l Little. Joyce M. Little, Katherine An Little. Ronald Ellis 340 Little, Stephen M 200 Litllchale. Robert 268 Littrel l. Thomas Ray Litzelman. Joan C Lively. Thomas C Lnvergood. Mary K. Liiesey. Sandra J 245.372 Ln-inqxmn. Ins: 179 Lleve llyn, Linda S. 340 Lloyd.GloriaJ. Lobbx. Marx F. I36 Lobrvl Lock. ter. Mark Joy cu Anne Locke. Diana Marte 372 Locke. Donald D 340 Locke. Ronald L. 372 Lockwood. Madeline M Ludge,Thom.1s Earl 255 Loelll cr. Algred I33 Loellel. Ctnthtu L X92-I8 Loclfl er. Karen E. I56.372 Loesehen. Daniel L L0ltus.Chrtstupher l7l.262.26J. Lollus. Janet M. 250 Loftus. Michael P 263 Logan. Nick Logan. Richard M 252 Logan. Robert Holt Loggun. Peggy A 372 Logue. Lind.: Sue 3-10 Logush. James th. Lohrmann, Dunnu K Lohrmann. Gertrude L Long. Clara Rebecca Long. Long. Long. Long. Long. Long. Long. David H. .lemme 177 John S. 256 John Thomas Michael B. 266,267 Richard L Ruth O. Longhelt. Mark A. Longt in.Judy L. Loohi. Arlhur 170 Looki Loos. ngbiIl.ChcryI I-U Elizabeth J. 372 Lmden. Cheryl A Lorden, Virginia B. I53.3-10 Loval Luvat l, Hank L. I. Jerri L. Z8 fl-10 Love. Toni Ann Lovingloss. Sheryl E. Lovse. Marty G. l6l.2l7 Lovtder. Barry 391 Love. Bonnie F. 243 Lowe. James C. 372 Lowe.James D. 38l Lone. Monica Lynn 9-l.95.25l Lowell. James M. Y Lowell. u'z1fIPf ll7,I60 Lowery.Christine A. 391 Lowery. Gloria Mae Lou rance. Alice N. Loy.Carol A. 290.39I Loy, Susan A. 25l Luallen. Lois A. Luchteleld. Charles Ludden. Bertrand Ludlam. Marsha L. 286.29l.38l Ludwig, Cheryl A. Ludwig. Nadine A. 38l Ludwig. Pamela S. 391 Luecke. Roy Allen l22 Lueders. Paul Luedke, James F. Lucker. Thomas 391 Luenemann, Richard L, 26O.3Sl Luka. Henry R. 391 Lukachik, David John 3-ll Lukas, John C. Lukatxsku. Kenneth J. 69.260 Luke. Craig R. Lukens. Virginia Jea Lund. Margene E. 3SI Lund. Michael G. Lundecn. Ronald E 259,372 Lundgren, David Lee Lundholm. Darryl Ber 3-tl Lunneman. Inez E. 24-l.39I Lunstrum. Marie L. 39I Luppert. Joseph 303 Luppert. Pamela Diane Lurton. Karen S. Lum, Janet M. 391 Lustig. Margaret D. Luthe. Gary Way ne Luthe. James L. 264.372 Luthe. Larry C. Lulhern Srudenl lllovemenl 296 Luttrell. Brenda S. JSI Luttrell. Carolyn S. 296.3-tl Luttrell. Kenneth C. Lutz, Barbara A. Lutz. Martha H. 39l Lutz. Ralph J. Luverl. Henry R. Luyster. Christine Lyle. Herman Oscar l67,I77.287. Lyle. James C. Lynch. Deborah J. 276,391 Lyon. Keith 69.252 Lyon, Meryl M. Lyons. Debora C. 249.381 Lyons. Steven T. 268.372 Lype. Merle Edward Lysaker. Michael 391 Maaks. Mary K. Mabry, Jay Milton Mabry, Vickie S. MacDonald. Douglas P. 257.2241 MacDonald. James E. MacGilvray. Joseph MacG1lvrey. Thomas E, 305 Maclorowski. Edward 260.303 Mack. Margaret A. Macke. Steven 287 M11t'Lurel1.Fred 123 MacLucas. Mark Wm, MacMinn. Patricia K. 25l.38l Maddamma. JamesJ. 3-ll Madden. Sheila J. 391 Madderom. Robert W. Maddin. Curtis 293 Maddox, Donald B. Maddox. Lillian A. Mudix. Mary Jane Maur. Craig L. IZ! Magill. Elizabeth A Magnus. Nancy K. 2-1538! Magnuson,JuniceJ. 28l.3XI Magoulias. Panna Maguire, Larry J. Mahan, Michael D. I3-4.260.372 Mahlberg. Nancy Mahonc. James M. Mahrt. Donald R. Maier. William D. 28-1 Mainwaring. Jacalyn Majerus. Robert L. Major. Lawrence B. 391 Majors. Sara J. 24I Makuryk, Danny R. 3-ll Malecek. Jelf 266 Mallard, .-l. R l57 Malone. Charles E. Malone. Donald D. Malone. Kathleen E. 2-49.J8l Malone. Robert A. Maloy, Michael W. Mamcr. David J. 3-il Mumer. Gloria J. 3-ll Management Club l2I MGHHQFIIIYHI Dapl. l I8 Manbcck. Natalie K. Mandrell. Connie S. JSI Mangiardi. Vito J. Manhart, Allan E. Manley. MichaeIG. 264,3ttl Mann. Chcryle L. 34I Mann. Glenda S. Mann. Kathleen Susan Mann. Lillie Sue Mann. Pamela 391 Mann. Robert D. 391 Mannukev. Evan IJ!! Mannos. Timothy N. 303.341 Mansfield. Stephen H. 57,341 Manthei. Mary K. Mantle. Linda Lee 341 Mantz, Stephen Manuel. Marsha K. 164.372 Manuel. Ralph Eugene Manuell. Richard Ell Maranto, Carol Ann 247,372 Marburger. Mary C. 39l Marcek. Kent S. 38l Marcellus. Emerson C. March. Larry W. Marchal. Michael C. Marchant. Paul Eugen Marchello. Michael J. Marchese. Pamela Marciano. Samuel R. 292 Maris. Charles R. 287.305.1472 Marketing Club 121 Marketing Depr, l I8 Mark. Helen A. Mark. J. Steinhauser Markins. John L. Marko. Carol J. 39l Marks. Edwin M. 372 Marks.John R. 304 Marks, Terry L. Markulin.Nick l5l.l6l.38l Markunas. Jeanette P. 34I Markus. John F. 256,265,288 Marlowe. Julia A. 372 Maroun. Faraj Habib Marquette. Paul L. Marquis. Cecelia M. Marquiss. Linda J. Marr. Kenneth Charle 303.3-ll Marr. Nancy C. 381 Marrs, Danny W. Marshall. Jayme Marshall. Maureen l I9.3-ll Marshall. Pamela A. l79.l8l.299.38l Marshall. Rhonda S. 39l Marshall. Wesley J. 296.341 Mctrsiglio. Linda M. 391 Marsiglio. Lynn A. 391 Martin. Barry Alen Martin. Charlotte E. Martin. Clifford L. Martin. David E. 267.3-tl Martin. David L. Marlin. Deanna Lynn 3-tl Martin. Diana L. Martin. Diane C. 39l Martin. Eloise 39l Marlin. Elwrn 169 Martin, Evelyn A. Martin. Glenda L. Martin, James N. I 13 Martin. Janet C. Marlin. Joseph l33 Martin. Kevin l. 303 Martin. Kurt James Martin. Linda K. 3-ll Martin. Lorraine 296.391 Martin. Mari D. Martin. Nora Marlin. Raymond L. Martin. Richard D. 303.373 Martin. Robert Dento Martin. Robert J. 382 Marlin, Thomas N. Martin. Timothy J. 267 Martinez. .lacinlu 173 Martinez, Rick D. Marting. Wayne S. 263.3-tl Martini. Donald S. Martino. James A. Martino, Rorlij' 272 Marty. Mary Lou 373 Maruna. Tom l05.I l8 Mascitti. Jerome G, Masek. Laura M. 246.382 Maskel. Dennis E. 260.391 Maxlefr. John I59 Massalo.Jim I86 Massey. Robert D. Mast. Cheryl L. Masters. Brenda K. Masters, Marsha Matarelli. PhillipJ. 274 Matelli. Diane M. 382 Math Club l7l Mathews, Jane A. 243 Mathews. Karl M. Mathis. Dallas K. Mathis. Judith L. Mathis. Nola D. 373 Malhemalirs Depl. I7O Matsel. Judith Ann 341 Matson. Johnny L. Matlhes. Linda M. 34l Matthew. Patricia D. Matthews. Cheryl 296 Matthews.G. L. I54.34I Matthews. Kathleen 39.24l.39l Matthews, Sharon D. 296 Matthews. Starling L, Matlhiesen. Carol A. I25,39l Maltis. Donald M. I45 Matlis. MargaretA. I43 Maltis. Michael E. Mattis. Richard N. Mattox. Douglas S. Mattson. Janis L. 392 Matula, Larry Frank Matula, Ronald D. Matulis. John A. 34I Matz. Kevin D. Mel:ner, Gerhard IZJ Mauretto. Donna J. 342 Mausel. Paul I69 Maves. Jennifer A. I43.373 Maxedon. Dale K. 269 Maxedon. Mary B. Maxson. Robert P. 268 Maxwell. M. Malinda Monceski. Dannie F. 373 McNary. P May Charles F. 382 May. Judith S. May. Susan 291.292 May'a.Jainie I73 Mayberry. Carol B. Mayer. Diane Cecelia 342 Mayfield. Betty F. Mayhercy. Patricia L. Maynard. Donald W. 263 Maynard.Jeflery H. Mayo, Herschel H. Mayo. Larry -t2 Mayol, Karen E. Mays. Clarence C. Jr. l86.255 Mavse. LarryG. l60,2l2.2l3.3-l2 Mazza, Anthony D. l36 McAlpine, Vinita S. McAndrew. Ellen McAtee. Rebecca J. 382 McBride. Giva l38 McBride. Michael l38 McCain. Barbara E. 373 McCall. Dorothy Chri. McCall. PhilipJ. McCalla, Sharon .l. McCance. Anna G. McCarthy. Terrence 267 McCartney. Sue A. 24l.382 McCarty, Cathy MCCawley, Andrea J. 240 McCawley'. Edwin bl I6 McCawley. E. Louise McCauley. Edwin McClain.Christine A. McClain.Jodie L. 382 McClain. William H. 342 McClanahan. Mary M. 342 McClean. James A. 253 McClean. John W. McClellan. Connie J. 245 McClellan. Diana L. 245 McClellan, Joseph W. McClelland. Sarah J. 296.342 McClintock. Sharon A. 143.342 McCloskey. John W. 342 McCloud. RoxanneC. 392 McClure. Edward A. McClure. Willard W. McCall. Franrux I46 McCollum. Rebecca L. 278.280.2492 McCollum.Timothy D. 392 McConachie. Doris A. 392 Mcfonltey. Glenn l75 McConnell. Alana S. McConnell. Lynn R. McCord. Patricia A. 300 McCorkle. Owen R. McCormack. Vicki L. 249.382 McCormick. Cynthia McCormick. Dana S. l25.30l.373 McCormick. Dayla A. 373 McCormick, Dennis K. l22.373 McCormick, Jerry W. McCormick. Pamela S. McCoy. Donna Jane McCoy. Joseph R. 342 McCoy. Nancy E. McCracken, Lon K. McCracken. Merilee 244 lVlcCulley. Russell A. 382 McCullough. Alida.l. l-13 McCullough. Terri' ll3,l48 McCutcheon. Andrew 373 McKee. Sherry S. l43,342 McKenzie. James M. McKenzie. Joseph A. 342 McKenzie. Walter L. McKeown, Francis M 342 McKibben. Betty Jean McKibben . Robert Lee McKinney. Bruce J. Mclyiriliet' Hall Council 300 McKinney.Jerry W. McKinney, Linda K. 25l McKinney. MichaelJ. McKinney. Pamela J. 342 McKinney. Spencer 342 McKittrick, Roy' D. 257.382 McLean.Ton1 384 McLain. D aniel L. McLane. Kathy A. 305.382 McLane. Michael J. McLaughli McLaughli n.Cather 392 n. Phyllis A. McLean. ArchleiT McLean. E llen M. 290 McLean.Jeanne A. 246.382 McLean. Marion G McLean. Michael E. McLean. Tom l7-t McLellan. Bob 273 McLoughlin. Linda C. McMakin. Susan K. 373 McMaster. Donna M. l25.373 McMaster.Jane C. McMillan. Barbara G. McMorris.Jellrey L. 342 McMullen. Michael D. McMullen, Phillip A. atricia L. 288 McCutcheon. Gloria J. McDade, Richard Lee McDaniel. Ann L. l64.392 McDaniel. James Max McDaniel. Pamela S. McDannel. Sharon Kay l I9.342 McDevitt. Thomas Edw. l I4 McDivitt. Sara l67.l74.245 McDonald McDonald . Elizabeth 305.373 . Gloria J. McPheron. Lawrence A. 257.382 McQuiggan. Charles R. McQuiggan. Thomas E. MrR0berl.i..lerry' l30 McShane. John D. McTeer, J. Lee McVoy, Charles F. lll Meade. Nancy A Meador. Martha A. 382 Means. Harold Edward Mears. Harold B. l02.260 Mecklenburg. John Ar Medder.Jin1my D. Medler. Margaret E. Medler, William K. Medley. Carol 392 Medley. Mary J. 3 Mednick. Kenneth Meece. Patricia A. Meek.Gregory L. 27l Meeks. Nancy Meers. Marcia M. Megredy , Carolyn K. Mehall. Gary J. Mahany. James I74 Meharry. James P. 260.342 Meharry. Nancy S. Mehrtens. Karen E. 392 Meier. Linda J. 373 Meinhart. Mary Meinhart. Wm. D. Meintzer. Joyce E. Meisenhelter. David Meisner. Anita M. 392 Meisner. Linda C. l50.294.342 Meisner. Michael V. 382 Meling. Lynetta K. 96.240382 Mellema, Jo Jacqueli Mellema. Robert C. Mellendorl. Connie J. Mellman. Laura L. Melton. Dixie L. 392 Mellon.Jean M. l43.382 Melton. Susan 392 Meltzer. RobertT. 281 Melvin. Linda C. MerIe.r..loh McDonald. Karen S. McDonald. Marilyn J. l42.l43.342 McDonald. Michael S. McDonald NormaJ. l43.392 McDonald. Waller l69 McDonnell. James P. McDonough.CaroI Ann 3-t2 McDowell. Carl Ray McDowell. Deborah M. McDowell. Samuel E. McDowell. Thelma MCL-lIlg0ll.J0hlI I76 McElvain. Mary M. McFadden. Joan M. 96,25l McFall. Daniel L. 382 McFarland. Carole S. 342 McFarland. Robert M. McGee. Linda C. I69 McGee. Robert R. 2l2.26-4,392 McGlaughlin. Jerry R. 373 McGorray, Catherine A. 245,382 McGorray. Ruth E. 243.382 McGregor, Marion L. l45 McGrew, Larry N. McGurren. Mary P. McGurren. Wilma Mclelood. Jody C. Mclntire. Martin G. 24.2l2 Menard. Janet K. 382 Menconi. K aren A. 248,382 Mendenhall, Margaret 244 Menia. Michael Menke. Regis B. Mennie.Ch ristie J. l35.246.373 Meno.JohnT. l2l Mell.r'Jr. High Club I2-l M em' Phyzr Mens' Phys M em' Varx ical Etlllfllllllll Club ical Education Dept. ny- l6l Menschel. Larry Dean l22.343 Mergler. Heather J. 246 Merideth, Thomas C. Merigis. Ka thleen A. 246.343 Merigis. Harrt' I l7 Merkel. Kathleen L. Merrihew. John G. I66 Merrimac. George L. Merriman. Brenda S. Merry. Alan Lee 343 Merten. Sharon Jo n ll8 Mertz, Charles J. I67 Mertz, Susan Jane 343 Merz. Annette M. 243.343 Merz. Carolyn D. Mesik. Sandra L. 392 Mclntosh. Becky 276.392 Mclntosh. Mclntosh. Jennifer L. 392 Michael C. Mclntyre. Elizabeth Mclntyre. John Edwar 253.342 Mclntyre. Martha J. l56.295.296.3S2 Mclntyre. Ruth E. l53.342 McJunkin. John F. Mesnard. Linda K. Messmore. Teresa Metcalf. Aaron M. Metcalf. John Charle Mettendorl. Connie S. Metz. Greg S. 22.263 Metzen. Michael R. McKaufsky. Gregory W. McKean. Timothy D. McKee. Donald l27.l49 McKee, Betty Ann McKee, Gareld Lee 289.342 McKee. Michael G. Mel:ger. Jerome l l5.303 Meyer. Anthony 392 Meyer, Bruce Meyer. Linda Meyer. Sandra K. 246.343 Meyer. Son na Lynn 245.382 Me.t'erholl:. Roy' I 70 l6l Micels. John L Miceli.Carol L. 392 Micenheimer. Larry M. 392 Michael. Allan Covalt Michael. Beverly .lea Micliael. Elimbvlh l49 Michalek. John R. Michel Michel Michel s. Dennis R. l6l.27-1 s. Susan M. l26.239.2-16.343 s. Suzanne E. Mickey. Norma J. 392 Middlesworth. Suva J. Middleton. Charles V. Midkifl. Kenneth R. lOl.243.284 Miedema. Lawrence R. Mieric ke. Frederick Mies. James R. 263.343 M iexx. Marlin 149 Mihlbachler, Dennis Mikeworth. Jerrol D. 343 Mikevyorth. Susan M. l25 Mikeworth. Vaughn L. 382 Miklovic. James J. 267 Milam. Phyllis L. Milanovich. Maryory' J. Milburn,James F. 392 Miles. Miles. Cinda Lou 124,125,343 Jacqueline H. Milewski. Gregory 267 Millage. Steve A. 270 Millburg. Brenda K. Millburg. Connie Millburg. Faye A. l43.392 Miller. Ann E. 392 Miller. Ann M. l25.246.382 Miller. Arthur D. Miller. Barbara Kay l25.343 Miller. Beverly D. 344 Miller. Brenda K. Miller. Carl Wayne Miller, Carla Miller, Carol Marie 305 Miller. Charles l72 Miller, Charles E. Miller. Charles H. 344 Miller.Cheryl Kaye 344 Miller. Constance Su 344 Miller. Dana M. 392 Miller. Danny Eugene 238.268 Miller Darrel Miller: Dean L. Miller, Deborah L. 382 Miller. Diana Lynne 344 Miller. Dwight Lee Miller. Elaine M. 382 Miller, Frostine R. 246.344 Miller. Gary'R. Miller. George M. 253.344 Miller. Glenn W. Miller. Irene Lee Miller James C. 256 Miller: James G. I 14 Miller. James Joseph 47 Miller. James K. 297 Miller. Janet J 251.373 Miller. Janet S. Miller.Janey E. 382 Miller. Jeffrey 264 Miller. Jerry D. l78 Miller. John E. Jr. Miller Joseph A. Miller: Joseph R. Miller. Joseph S. 260 Miller. Joyce E. 382 Miller.Judith J. 286.373 Miller.Julia A. 143.382 Miller. Kenneth L. 253 Miller. Kenneth M. 344 Miller. Larry A. 382 Miller. Linda L. 290,392 Miller. Lisa O. 382 Miller. Marilue Miller. Marilyn J. l53 Miller. Mary J. 344 Miller, Mary Lou Miller, Michael W. Miller. Monte L. Miller. Nancy A. 373 Miller. Nancy C. 366 Miller. Nancy E. I64 Miller. Miller. Miller. Miller. Miller. Miller Matter: M iller. M iller. Miller. M iller. M iller. Miller. Pamela M. 344 Renee C. 382 Robert ll6 Robert W. 260 Robert Wm. Sherry L. Sterlie K. 344 Susan Eliz 297,392 Thomas M. Wanda Fay William L. William L. 264 Zana A. 392 Milligan, Deborah A. 392 Milliken, Robert W. Millis, Carol S. I25,240 Mills, Dennis R. 266 Mills. Lawrence W. Mills. Linda M. 382 Mills. Michael E. 200 Millsap. Joseph E. Minter. Debbie M. Mischlte. Ruth A. 305.382 Misicka.Jane E. 344 Mitchell, Bradley K. 27l Mitchell. David A. Mitchell David W Mitchell. Deborah M. 344 Mitchell. Deborah M. Mitchell. Diane M. l25.344 Mitchell. Donna E I6-1.382 Mitchell. Jacqulyn R. 344 Mitchell. Marcia L. 295.373 Milo. Carl T. 260 Mitri. T laat Khairi U .. Mitrius. Elen M. Mizanin.Carol P. Mize. Brenda J. 373 Mizeur. Judith A. Moan. Vicky A. Moberley. Stephen K. Moberly. Ellen K. 344 Mocella. Carol A. 392 Mocella, Robert A. I22 Mocella, Susan A. Modglin. Linda S. Moeller. David P. 344 Moffett. Jack L. l86,l88.l9l,274 Moffett, Paul Raymon l58 Mohr. Richard C. Moldroxlti. Dick l30 Molinar, Carol Ann 344 Moll. Edward l73 Molloy. Molnar. Moncad Moncel. Agnes A. Hilda M. a, Thomas P. Delbert Lee Moncricf. Stephen R. 253 Moniz. Donald G. Monroe. James M. Monroe, Roger Allen l72.260.345 Monroe, Timothy Montgomery. Alice C. Montgomery. Allyn R. 345 Montgomery. Beatrice 345 Montgomery. Harold F. Montgomery. Juanita Montgomery. Katheryn Montgomery. Kerry L. Montoy Monts. Monts. Moody. Moody. Moodv. Mooma e. Susan M. David A. Deborah S. 243,382 Dorothy E. Helen l04.l62 Peler ll2 w, Robert J. Moon, Dae Sung 292 Moon, Michael D. 274 Moore, Alan C. Moore. Belly' l27 Moore. Brian Bernard 281.345 Moore. Charles S. Moore. Cheryl Lyn 345 Moore. Dorothy H. Moore. James D. 373 Moore. Lanny L. Moore. Martin D. 345 Moore. Sandra D. 392 Moore. Susan L. Moore. Theresa Gail 382 Moore. Timothy H. Moore. Truman Allen Morales. Joseph 257 Morecraft, James W. l75 Morehead. Gerry P. Morehouse. Ida M. 392 Moreland. David R. 39.l55.l56.2Sl Morettini, Christine Morey. Nancy Morez. Diane M. 164.392 Morgan. Dale E. Morgan. David L. Morgan. Dee Ann 345 Morgan. Diana L. Morgan. Edgar W. Morgan. Gina 392 Morgan. James E. Morgan. Jeannette D. Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morice. Morlan. .Jeannie R. 392 .Martha l. 345 .Mildred l27 , Phyllis D. .Sherri L. 297 HFFDEFI I05 Donald l54 Mormon. Deserl Club 298 Morrica Morris, Morris. I. Linda 345 Betty Dennis Beverly K. Morris, Connie Anne Morris. Morris, David E. Eileen H. Morris. Ernexl l I3 Morris.Janet Ann l67.l74 Morris. Judith A. 373 Morris. Mary A. l43,303,392 Morris, Mary E. Morris. Michael L. Morris, Rufus G. Morris, Sheila L. Millsap. Steven Leo Milostan. Thomas C. Milslagle. Gary W. Milslagle. Jacque A. 96 Milton. Joseph 200.392 Milton. Marty Lynn Miner. Glenn R. l2l,289,344 Morrisette. Sharon J. Morri.rsey',John ll-4 Morrissey,Julia 392 Morrow. Martha M. l05.305.382 Morrow. Richard A. 304.373 Morse. Becky M. 345 Mortensen, Jerome L. 253 Morthland. Richard F. Miner. Jan Lynn 344 Miner. L-rnn l57 Miner. Ray C . Miner, William ll6 Mink. Donna Rae I 82.298 Minniear. Darrell L. Minor. Margene Anne Morton, Tonya Darlen Mose, V ictoria A. Moseley. Cheryl J. Moser. Robert A. Moses. Gail Moses. Richard K. Moskop. Gary John 407 Omlun Yang. N1 Nou ocin. Debra T. Pelridis. 408 Moss. Ly neue S. Slosscr. Debbie L, Xiossman. Paula Xi, 382 Xioslon, Xlurj- Slargare Vl0Il.D3r1IClJ, Nloulug. Dennis R, Nlowcry, Dal: S. Xiowery. Lynne Xl, 392 N103 er. Jeanne C, 382 X1o3er.Slephanlc S, 239.2-15 X1o5e5.PauIG, X1uCclanu.Frank J, 260 Xiucciann. Linda .-X 29-3,300.33 Nluchovu. Jamce Su: 345 Nluchow. Joan A 392 Sluchlcup, Xian: S I'O.I'I.2S8 Mueller. Dennu XL Xiuellcr, Xlnzhael X1, 5.268 k1uem:h, lxexin B Niuffuck, Yuctoru S, T3 Nluj:1hld.X1ohammr:d -X 292 Xiulac. Pamela A 592 ,llullallnjohn H9 Nlullcn. Becky A 239.25l,3'3 Mullen. Dcborah 2'N.ZS0.39Z S1ull:n.Nl:1I'j C MuIwz1ny.Grcgory -X S1unaglan,Georgc Nlundy, Charles L 3-If Xiundy. Jane Arm Niunnc. Nancy L 381 Jlunn, Ininq I I-1 Murad. .-ihmad l'5 Murauski, W m,J NIurd0Ch.N1ary Ann N1urdy.JeHrey R. 212 Nlurman. Rm mond Ni. 1 Newby, BrendaS Newell. Deborah K, 382 Newell. Suban l, 3-I6 Newell. Tum R. VL346 Neuhurt. Randall L, 346 Ncuknrk. kalharlnc Sl. l6',3-16 Newlm.Brcnd.1 L, 392 Ne-ulnn.J-:rome D 392 Yculm. Jerry Dean Ncuman.C.1rol -X 35.1-83.373 N eu man Conlnlumlj I9-J Newman. Jumcx Xl 260.33 New man.John A N:wm.1n.P.1ul lib Nevuqum.Rober1D 346 Newsome. Pumclu S. 352 Olcury Nadmc NL Ohner. Frank 262 Oluc. kmlxjo 382 OIncr.XX1Ill.nrn Ralp Olmwlcqd. Jerrold L Olmalcd.lx..1lhryn Olmxncd. Robert J I3-3 Olsen. Olsen. Joann John James Olson, Gay le J, lil Olson. Jerald J. Olson,NIurc1u J. 391 Olson. mr, I 246 Omaru,Rlla1 Nl, 3-17 Omeza Ps: Phi 291 d. Dorothy Parks. Jane Ann 3-IS Parka. June! A, 383 Parnell. Allen L. Parr. Beth Anne Parr. Janne E. Parralore. philip 373 Parrxou. Sherry Sue Parrish. Donna F. 393 Parrish. Linda S, 383 Parry. C5 nlhiu A, 140.286.2483 Xlurphy. Cy n'Khua L --18.345 Xlurphy. Daniel N .Murphy Dmid 113 N1urphy.Davrd R. 166,266.3-15 Murphy. Loss N 6'.373 Murphy. Lorena Nl Murray Dax-nd K .Vurrayilafk IIS Murrayjamcs R, .Wurra1.Lvu15r H6 Murray. Xiarcna D. 392 Niusgrme. John NA, Musgrave. Kalhcrine 286,386 N1choIS.Dl.m..x lx, 293.346 X1choly,Emxl5Conr.ud Nzcholi, Jerq R Xn'hul5. Lanrrmr ll' Nncholb. XX nllzum P. lb0,It-I Nzcholsun. James F, Nicholson. X ern N1ckeIs.Thomas V75 Xxcklnns. Ronald H. Nnchols. Kmuna I-ll Nucbrugge. Bruce Nl Nncbrugge. Suyun K. Nlebruggc, Thomaa A, 151.346 Niehaub. Xlnchael Nnelsen, Xiarsha 392 Nnemann, Carol Joy Nlemerg. Diane H Nxemerg, Marilyn K, 382 Niemerg. Thema: A. Nne rl. Nancy J. .. Pe Nulsen. Henry l"3 Ninmcr. Linda F Nissen. Peggy A, 303,382 Nilchnluanita B. 346 Null. Pamela M. 392 Niu. Angela An-Chi 292 1 1 Nm, Anita An-ning -9- Nm. Ann M. Nu. Margaret Ann Nixa, Mary beth 249.382 Nixon. Barbara Ellen ZSIJ-87 Nixon, Frank E. 3-17 Nixon. Gary D. 373 Noble, Michael NI, Oncul. Karen .-Xnn 239.1-l3,3-17 Oncul. Slcxcn Xl Onclll, Tim C. Oplalek. LindaL, Opp. Gerald L 392 Orban. Kathleen Ni. 161.392 Oren. Tony 265 OI'f.NlarySusa1n Ormsby. Clxflon B, Orourke. Yxckx S. 373 Orr. David Claude Orr. Gregory L. Orr. Janet H. 393 Orsborn, karen J. 3-17 OFIIZ-5lUflll.GCf3IdII'lZ1 I49 Orlman. Jacqueline J, 373 Osborne. Connie Sue l25.3-B7 Osburn, Leliuu S. Oslermann. Dennis KVA l35 Oslermeler. Mark E, 259 Osullivan. Ralph G. 3-37 Parsons. Curlu Ann Parsons. Jean Ellen Parsons. Nlilflifl D. 26I.3-SIS Parsons. Steven G. Parmdge, Kathleen 3OI Pasquale. Donna R, l25.3-18 Pasquarcllmjudy l55.I56.383 Paslor, C. Niurcial P:Lsza1Iek.Jumes.-X. 264 Palarozzi. Rxckey A, Patchetl, Thomas E. 373 Patel. Ruojlbhul J. Patrick. Larry Gene P:nrick,John 383 Patrick. Patricia A. 383 Palridge. Mary E. Pallerson. Bernice C. 3-18 Patterson. Jackie L. 305.383 Pauerson. Jum IBO Patterson. Kay L3 nn Patterson. Stephen F. Patton. Kristine K. l6ll6-8 Patton. Rufus Merle Pallon, Susan K, 245.383 Paul. Loris Ellen I-13,1-6.373 Paulik. George A. 266.348 Paulaon. Barbara S. Oley , Gag W, Ou, Christine L. Olt, Delene N1 332 Ono. Jo Ann Ousley. Donald Alan Ollllj. Lmda L. Ovca, Eduard J, Ovrharenko, Marla I-19, I 5 I Overland. Evelyn Overlol. Margaret An Overman. Lynne Owermyer, Beverly A. 25I.382 Overmser. Nancx Ellen Pauly. James C, Pavesku. Donald Rohr. Pavlis. Edward A. Pawlicki, Anthony Paye. Candace 393 Payne. Mary Beth Payton. Terry B, Pearcy. William R. Pearson, Patricia Pearson, Steven F. 258,159,393 Pearson.Timolh5 R. 269 Pcceny, Mary C. 376 Pcchima. Alexis K. X1u:2roxe.Xi:1nIx n J 94,2-10.286373 Mu 1 if Depl I 33- Muulf Educalors' Yalwnul Conlererzre I36 Mussallo. James J, 233.27-3 Xlusxr. Terry L, I6T',3-S5 Niuqo Barbara J, 382 Mulch. Pamela 392 Xivzngangl. Rulh RQ I69 Sher. Michael S, Nigcre X1'-:M .AlanJ. .Ahcc Y. I53.3-15 Xiyere, Brenda K. 373 Myers. Dec A, 167 Myers. Georgia A, 305 My :rs My ers N1 x ers .Joann K. I-lI.392 . Melmda L, 250.392 .Richard Allen 3-I5 Miers. Susan 245 Myers. N iclor Gene 345 N15 rick. Donald Nagrodakx. Sandra K. I5I.I79.278.280.373 Sale, Holhs Jay ne Kale, Mark A. Nalc. N'ICh3CI L, Nall, Michael Nardn. Jaeduh I70 Nash. Yalcr. Wmlncld I, Charles F 373 Nation. James E. Nmmnal .-I rl Educanon I3l Samson. Clclus 268 Nauehlon. Michael J. Nomar. Joy ce A. Noerenbcrg, Paul E, Nocrenberg. Paul F. 13-1.I36.373 Noelh. Joyce Ann 3-I7 NoIfke.Wxll1am C. Noffslnger,Sherry L. 382 Nohcjl, Linda M. Nohren, Ellib M. Nolan. Joseph Fredric Nolan. Mary Anne 299,300,382 Nolan. Patricia A. 373 Noland.CaroIJ. IZO Nolin. Durwood H. l2O.3-17 Noonan. Bernard T. 233.264 .Wbrberg.Jalle1 I5-1 Xordin. Harold I75 Nordstrom. Barbara A, Norman. Patricia J. 278180392 Norman, Shanlpn K. Norman. William R. 382 Norris. Gag!eT, Nonh, James Robert Norlhcutt. Palsy L. 198 Norlrup, Larry Gene Nolter. Byron Thomas Novak, Gregory W, Novak. John P, Novak.Judilh L. 392 Novola. John B. Novolny. Joyce A. 278,l79.392 Nouaczy k. Magdalene 347 Nowak. Irene S. Overton. Jacqueline 347 Overlon. Pamela J. Owen. Brent D. Owen, Clyde M.Jr,153 Owen. Owen, Daniel B. 260 Medferd I02.I8l.IS5 Owens. Barbara Louis Ou ens Oweny Ov us .Jayne E. . Warne ll-S u-Yanwah, Gabric 292 Oxley. John Wulliam IIS Ozier .James P, Ozier. Larry Gene 3-17 Ozier. Phillip Paap. Ronald I 59 Pachvlar:.Jarre ll5 Pachclarz, Casimir Pachcxarz, Ray B. Pechlma, Tuna 348 Pccilunus. Janet T. Peck. Jocllcn 2-12 Peck. Thomas L. Peck. William J. Peel. Janeen Peel. Janice L. I50.393 Peel, Karen S. 383 Peirce. Kathy I-U Paczak. Dorothy L. 347 Paczynski. Susan Lee 347 Paddick. Kenneth Lyn aq-X ISI Save, Nhchacl Cnrroi Navel. Lau rcncc E 392 Navoll, Mildred N1 Nance, Michael J Xml. Brenda k, 391 NmLJcrry R. J-S5 Na1I.Jlmmlc A. 382 Neal. Martha L Nav-.JohnC, 346 Needham. Nancy Ann Nczl. Pa lncla G I3-3.296 Ness. Donald 0. Noes. Sandra Kay 346 Neff, Eli Labdh K. 3111.382 .Yell Allrn I4-6 Ndf. Gerald A. Nunn. Mary .L 246.300.1447 Nullall. Slevcn R. Nuxoll. Bonxta K. 1-S6 Nuxoll, Mary Lee Nyckel. Duay nc ZI7 Oakes. Donna E. Oakley. Kenneth Oakley. Mark S, Oakley. Philip G. Oaklcs. Ronald E, O'Br:en. Kcvincua C. I69 O'Bricn. Linda Kay 347 0'Brien. Man-nard I59 0'Brien. Pal Ill Obryan. James Lee 271 Ochs. Eugene Paddock. Javella Padgett. Helen I. Padgett. Michael J. I67.373 Padgeu. Patricia F. I6-8.373 Padavan. Ru-rnmnd 159,220 Padula. Margaret A. I63,l6-S Page. Jimmie Dale Page. Joseph T. Page. Karen Ann Page. Martha C. Page. Michael L, Pagnam. Gerardo Pemberlan Hall Counril 299 Penahcrrcru. Palrici Pence. Patrick S. 373 Pence. William D. Penn. Davxd 393 Penn. Jean Penn, Judith Ellen 2-10 Penn, Sfuarl 177 Penrod. Patricia A. 393 Pcnwell, Allan Senio Peontek. David John Peplow. Ronald D. l2I.3-18 Pcrcival.Jeanne D. I-13 Pererka. H. E. I7-8 Pererson. John 260 Perkins. Gary David Perkins. Nancy P. Pcrkowski. Celeste M. 245 Pero. Ernest E. 373 Perrin, Robert S. 303.381 Perrine. Rita K. Perring, Charles R. Psrronc. Kalhx 240.348 Pagorna, Dennis W. 347 Paine. Edward E, Paine. Gertrude 393 Paine, Jean A, Painter. James D. Painter. Mary Beth I8l Painlor, Mary 276 Palacxos. Daniel M. Palallls. Lili L. Palm. Michael M, 238,158.259,373 Palmer. Diane E. Palmer. Francis I-16 Palmerjnmes I69 Palmer, Janice E, 347 Paiuck Paluck .George I86 .JudilhC. 2-49 Pamalol. Michael J. 26l Ncglcp. Ronald K. 382 Nehls. Dennis Edward Il9.l20.l22 Nchn, Charles L. 289.382 Nchn. hldz L. Neil. Mary Josephine 251.346 Nclll. James W, 264 Ncnscn. Sharon L. 296.373 Neuuel. Ndch, J Herb IJO anel Elaine Ncims. Alan W. Nelson. Nelson. Barbara Barbara L. 392 Nzisnn, Chcryi L. Nelson. Gregory V Nelson, Jack Donald Nelson. Ndson. .RHYQC I-38.276189 Jellry. B. 346 Mark W, l55.l56.25I Nelson. Nelson. Richard Nelson. Sheila 392 Ndhery. Wendell Alan Ochs. Geraidlnc M. 347 Oconnell, Nancy Jane Oconnor. Susan J. 382 Oda. Shmgo 347 Odcn. James Russell Odlc. Rebecca L. I6J.J82 Odlc. Slcvcn R. 347 Odom. Karen E. 278180392 Odom. Ted W. 269 Odqnncll. Stephen J. I52.J04.J47 Odonovan. PZlfiCi3 A. 246.305 Ogden. Donna E. lZ5.l-l3.l7J Ogden. Vicki J. 286 Olegxhy. Marilrn H8 Pangborn. Frank 260 Fanhellemr Council 239 Pannell. Ralph Panoplos. Joanne Panlier. Larry E. 120.393 Papke. Barbara 55 Pappas, John Chrinm Pappas. Michele A. 294.295 Paquclle. Laural Lee ZSI Parham. Vera E. 382 Paricnli. M. Kathleen Paricmi. Maxime V. Park. Brenda S. OgJicui.Jean M. 251 Olnra. David K. 273 Ohara. Helen L. 392 Ohara. Janis. Eldri Oha ra Patricia D. 303.347 Ohara. . Thomas D. O'Hare. Pat B4 Neucr. Joann E. 392 Neubauer. Gail W, l43.J73 Nnlleld. Leslie D. Neuhaus. Arthur S. 145,373 Nculs. Brian J. Neunaber. Connie L, Ohcarn. Susan P. Ohrenslein. Lynn J, Oilschlagcr. Barbara Oko. Frederick J. Olds. Janis L. 373 Olmry. Michele E. 373 Park. Faye A, Park. Helen E. 347 Parker. Alan Douglas Parker. Carole A. Parker. Gary 270 Parker. John C, Parker. Karen Sue Parker. Norma Kay Parker. Sherry J. Parker. Stephen H. 268 Parker. Steven P. 252.387 Parkinson. David R. IfD.l79.Z69.348 Parks. Dian: M. Perrv. John Mi 121 Perry, Kathleen L. 393 Perry. Robert L. 281,383 Perry. Robin Dana 27,194 Perry. Sylvia L. Perry. Vickey S. 348 Personczl Robert F. 266 Perz. Robert N. ZI7 Pelerka, Helm' I7J Pe1ers. DanieI'R. 267 Peters. Daniel V. Pelers. Dennis W. Peters. James L. 267.373 Peters. James Lee Peters. John Peters.John L, Peters. Marcia J. 383 Petersen. Katherine Petersen. Patricia K. I43.373 Peterson. Berccdis 290 Peterson. Diana Lee 239.245.348 Peterson. Donald Peierson. Gail A. Pexerson. Glen L. 122 Pctepson, Gloria GY Peterson. Jeri S, Pdcrson. John K. Peterson. Kent E. 267.348 Peterson. Leroy l2J Peterson. Linda Lee Perersannlolm I70 Peterson. Patricia Peterson. Patricia L. l64 Peterson. Richard H. Pnerson. Sandra E. 348 Peterson. Teresa R, Peterson. Wayne C. 259 N irholas I 70. I 83 Pe1rone.Anlhcny F , 267.383 Pelrouski. Michael A. Parus. Jean E. 348 PIIIVUIOOI, Charles I70 Pmypool, Marjorie Pelzing. Jeanne Kay I Peyton, Jo Lynn 300,383 Pfeifer, M. Marlene Pfeifer. Patricia A. Pfeiffer. Ardith Lyn 243,299,301 Pfeiffer, Frederick Pfeil. Barbara Pflager. Robert E, Phelps. John R. 287 Phillippe, Beatrice Phillippe, Loy R. 167 Phillippe. Michael G. 383 Phillips. Carol J. Phillips, avid A Pool. Muriel 239,246.3-19 Pope. B renda H. 393 Popkins, Sheryl 162 Popp,J ohn T. 169.259 Poremba, David E. 186 Poris. Valerie J. Porter. Donna Jean 125.295,349 Porter. James Michae 238,264.349 Porter. Rebecca 393 Porter. Richard E. 268 Porter. Thomas Wm. 264 Porto, J Posorsk amcs M. 101,238,264 e Gar ' L 383 Renner. D' . Phillips. Diane 152,181 Phillips. Douglas E, Phillips. Eva D. 383 Phillips. James M. Phillips. Janice K. Phillips, John Wm, Phillips. Julie A. 393 Phillips. Kathleen 242,286,374 Phillips. Kay 393 Phillips, Lynn E. Phi Bela Lambda 1 19 Phi Mu Alpha 134 Phi Sigma Epsilon 264,265 Phi Sigma Kappa 160 Phillips. Mary M. Phillips. Robert L. Phillips. Roger L. Philosophy Department 177 Phipps. Henry K. Phipps. Jennifer Lea Phipps. Judith Ann Phipps. Marsha Lynn Phipps. Mary S. 177 Phipps, Suzanne . . y . . . Post. Thomas John 349 Poston,John D. 288,303 Potter, David L. Y Pryor. Brenda J. 383 Physics Club 172 Physics Deparlmvnl 172 PiAlpha Ela 181 Pi Della Epsilon 148 Pi Kappa Alpha 266,267 Pi Kappa Della 155 Pi Omega Pi 120 PiSigma Alpha 178 Piazza. William Terr. Picard. Sarah C. Pickens. Iris M. 373 Pickens, Peggy P. 249 Pickeral. Charles W. 383 Pickett. Linda M. 274 Picton. Linda Rose Piefer. Janice 383 Piehl. Linda R. 281.291 Pienkowski. Robert F. 274 Pieper, Benny Lynn 353 Pierce, Cheryl G. Pierce, Kathy Jean Pierceall. David Lee Piersma. Brian R. 121.l22,212,213,348 Pierson, Janet R. 247,373 Pierson, Nancy Sue Pierson, Paul B. Pierson. Paula A. 383 Pietrzyk. Daniel L. Pifer. Darlene Marie 373 Pifer, Janice L. Pijanowski. Gail E. 393 Pike. David H. 271,373 Pikesh. Sheila Mae Pilipowski. Rose M. 243.348 Ping, James Russell Ping, Peggy L. 393 Pink Panlhers 96.97 Pinkstaff. Dixie J. 125,176,373 Pinkstaff, Patricia 373 Pinney. Patricia J. 249.348 Pinther. Evelyn O. 127 Pinlher. Harald 159 Pinther. H. O. Paul 217,238,266 Pinther.Va1Ia D. Pipek. Mary A. Piper. Gayle Y. 164.373 Piper, Patricia S. Pippen, Randy Lynn 253.348 Piretto. Susan L. 245 Pisoni L nn M. 249,383 - Y Pister. Allen 271 Pitery. James 261 Pither. Kimberly Ann Pitman. Marshall K, Pittman. Katherine A. Pittman. M. Sue Pitts. Patricia L. 374 Plall. Raymond 117.175 Platt. Robert N. 281 Platt, Stephen M. 167,174,348 Pleasant, Fred B. Plessner. Bob 273 Plessner. JoAnne M. 393 Plestina. Diane Lynn Plumart, Victor L. Plummer, Norman K. 304 Plunk, William Carey Plunkett. David W. Plunkett, Virginia A. Podshadley. Joy L. Poe, Michael S. Poelker, Brian B. 393 Poll, Dianne M. Poflenberger, Diane Y Pogorzala, Nancy A. l0Z,239.248,374 Poindexter, Mary A. Points. Phillip Lee 348 Poirier. Philip .l. 156.257.281.294.374 Polacek, John J. Political Science DEPHFIMPHI 178 Polk. Shorone C. Pollard, Bobbi L. 398 Pollen, Randall 273 Polovina, Patricia P. 246,374 Polzin, James R. 348 Pomatto. Mae M. 245,374 Poniatowski, Arlene 119.348 Ponikvar, Kathleen A, 248,286,348 Ponsler, Janet S. 125.374 Potter, Susan L. 305,383 Potts. Connie Mle. Potts. David John 349 Potts, Joe F. Potts, Sharon L. Pourchot. John E. Powell. Earl G. Powell. James W. 383 Powell.John R. Powell, Kathryn G. Powell. Lavonna M. Powell. Marcia A. Powell, Michael D. Powell, Sandra K. 349 Powell. Stephen L. 383 Power. David P. Powers. Bonita A. 251.349 Powers. Danny B. Powers. Linda E. 393 Powers. Phillip Gene 269 Powers. Phyllis M. 393 Poynter. Deborah G. 136.393 Poynter. Judith A. Pranske. Georgia J. 349 Pranske Preglow Preisser , Raymond J. 151,289,383 .Kenneth A. 252,253,349 Nanc Jo 251 . y - Preisser, Thomas M. 349 Pre-Med.-Lrsoeialion 287 Prender ast Patrick 15127-1 g .' , ' , , Prescott. Joyce M. 46.37-l Prescott ,William H. 45.349 Preston, Puul F. Preston. Scott C. Price. Allen R. Price. Charles L. 253.383 Price. Dalias 169 Price. Dianne L. 97.240383 Price, Margaret J. Price. Michael D. Price, Paula 294 Price. Peggy R. Price. Robert K, Price. Roscann 119.120 Priddle. John E. Prier, Carol Elaine Pries, Kenneth A. Prince. Darrell L. Prince. Maryellen 374 Prince. Patricia A. 394 Pritchard, John A. 186 Pritchard, Sara Lee 349 Probeck Probeck .EdwinJ. , Nancy A. 163,164 Probst, Dale E. C. 350 Probst, James Harold Probst, Joyce H. 120.I24.350 Probst, Marcia L. 136,350 Probst, Norma J. 246.383 Proctor. Pamela K. 393 Prosise. Ellyn J. 374 Prosser. Lynda K. 164.350 Prosser. Sue Ann 246,374 Province. Billie M. Provines. Michael J. Provinzano. Catherin l25.147.29-1.37-1 Provost. Provost, Patricia M, Ruth J. 245 Fruemer, Amy Ewing Pruiett, Mar Ann 350 Plzepiorski. Judith 393 Psi Chi 179 Psychology Department 179 Puchalla, Karin J. 383 Puckett, Puckett, Kathryn A. Stephen M. Puetz, Russell Anton Puipows ki, Rose 239 Pullan. John C. Pullen. Elmer M. 350 Purcell, Purcell, Purdue, Martha A. 125,374 Richard K. 374 Richard D, 268 Purdy. Dicy Jane Purdy, Gene Edward Putnam. Candy K. 350 Putnam. Charles W. Putnam. Marion L. Putnam. Sarah I. Pygott. Vickie L. 244,393 Pyle. Emily Jane 373 Pyle, Reid J. Pyles. K enneth C . Pytel, Joseph L. 393 Pytosky. Jacqueline 143,246 Pyzik. Robert H. Quade. Deanna M. 374 Quant. Donald E. Quarles, Marga ret Quarnstrom. Howard E. Quarnstrom, Jean Ann 120,350 Quast, Gerald Wm. 350 Queary. Rulh 170.171 Queen, Michaelene S. 124,150,350 Quick, Kathaleen S. 395 Quick. Maurlene 350 Quick, William 113 Quillan, John T. Quin, Patricia K. Quinlan. Donna R. 167,l74.35l Quinlan. Robert B. 42,43 Quinlan. Robert J. Quinn, Steve W. Quinter. Deborah K. Quirk. Mari Ellen 374 Quivey. James 146 Raaum, Marcia L. 21,86,I58,240 Rabe. Ronald M. Rabi. Ali Reza 351 Rabusch, Kathryn M. Rachofsky. Susan E. Radcliff. Jacqueline 393 Radtke.Ano1a 133 Ragan, Pamela S. 150.153,296.383 Rago. Carmelo Ragsdalc. Kathy 374 Ragusa, James W. Raguse. Brenda Sue Rahman, Barbara A. Rahman. Mushfequr 170 Rahman. S. Anees Ur. 292 Rahn. Cyndy J. Rahn. Theresa A. 143,393 Railsback. Wayne A. Rain, Amy Rice 250 Rainey. Danny E. Rains, Nancy Diane Rais1er.Claricc L. 393 Rak1ovits.Janice M. 393 Ramert, David H. Ramsey. Bob 268 Ramsey. Brenda J. 134.2-16.374 Ramsey. John Luvern Ramsey. Karen Kay Ramsey. Marjorie Jea Ramsey. Sandra K. Randa. Lynne L. 383,393 Randall. Dennis C. 351 Randle. Glcnn E. Randoll. Lynne M. Randolph, Gene D. Randolph. Lonnie A. Randolph. Virginia Raney. Steven R, Rang.Jr1rL 138 Ransom. Gilbert 116 Ransone.Gera1yn M. 374 Rantz. Lana Kay 351 Ranzau. Ross Otto Rao, Paladugu V. Rapp. Carol Ann Rapp. Cynthia J. Rapp, William H. 268,393 Rardin. Carolyn S. 374 Rardin. Cheryl L. Rardin. Theresa L. 383 Rasmussen. Carl A. Rasmussen. .lean L. Rasmussen, Mary A. 393 Ratay. Thomas A. Rathe. Harriet E. Rathert, Janice K. Ratliff. RickyC. 393 Ratts. Darryl A. Rauch. Ed 127 Rauch, Margaret K. Raudman. Rebecca S. 305.383 Rauwoll. Andrew P. 168.172.2217 Rauwoll. William R. 383 Ravesloot. Henry C. Rawlings. Lovetta J. 393 Rawls. Hugh 173 Ray. Jerry Lynn Ray, Pamela 351 Ray. Paul J. Raymer, John A. Raymond, Richard D. 293.294,295,297 Rea, Julia Hartman Rea. Thomas W. Read. Marrla 169 Ready, Jerry L. Rearden,John 179 Redenbo. Rebecca J. 284.374 Redfield, Scott W. Redman, Linda J. Reece. Raxemaht' 127 Reed, Daniel Ross Reiman. Floyd A. Reinbold. Mark L. Reinckc. Connie 393 Reinhart. Barbara D. Reitz. Barbara L. 383 Reitz, Stanley Jacob Renaud, Rendla. David G Kathleen M. 143.278.2713 Rendleman. Jennifer 374 Renfer. Ronald L Rennels. Florence An Rennels Rennels ,Marilyn Jea .Robert Wm. Rennels. Rogene E. 393 Rennels, William H. 168.351 Linda M. Rennert. Alfred S Reno, David A. Renscl'ien.Mary.1. 393 Rensing. Marilyn Kay 94.245 Rentfro. Robert K. Rentlrow. Mary Ann 294.393 Rentschler. Robert E. 258,259.374 Repking. Charles F. Repking. Michael L. 351 Reppen, Martha J. 125.383 Resh. Gary W. 166.374 Re1.rchler,Bob 169 Reuter. Linda Jean 351 Revis.Joyce E. 295.374 Rewerts, Gregg R. Rex. Susan C. Reyes. Dixie J. Reynolds. Ann L. 150 Reynolds. Calvin J 120.121 Reynolds. Hilda M. 383 Reynolds, Jim Reynolds. Joseph W. Reynolds. Linda M. Reynolds, Richard Le Reynolds,Thomas A. 161.260 Rhea. Rita E, Rhoades. Barbara A 383 Rhoadcs. David M. 264 Rhoades. James A, 260 Rhoadcs. Kerry N 267 Rhoades, Nancy Ellen Rhoads. Kathy D. 351 Rhodes , Doris J. 374 Rhodes. Mary E. Rhodes, Nancy J. 250 Rhodes, Russell W. 281 Rice. Gary E. Rice. Harry J. Rice,Jeanne A. 240,286,351 Rtce.Jrmmie D. 374 Rice. Robert A. 238,274 Rice. S usan Kay Rich, Richard N. Richard, Barbara J. 288 Richard.George V. 351 Rtchards.Jane1leA. 125.303.383 Richards. Janice S. 351 Richards. Patricia L. 156 Richards. Rcnav M 393 Richards, Roscoe L 351 Richardson. Connie L. 383 Richardson. David B, l67.259.35l Richar dson. David E,35l Richardson. Deborah L. Richardson. Incl. 164 Richardson, James Richardsmrlean 162 Richar Richar Richar Richar Richar Richar Richar dson, Joyce E. 393 dson. Karen L. 352 dson. Linda L. 352 dson. Michael B. dson, Rachael 146 dson, Roy N. 217 dson. Sharon R. Richels. John Richert, Carol J. Richey. Darrell A. Richey. Samuel Richey. Sharon L. Ricks. Rider. Edward R. 393 Genevieve 352 Reed. Donna C. 374 Reed, Harry I 13 Reed. James D. 351 Reed, James Jay Reed. Judith Camilla Reed. Larry M. Reed, Margaret I 13 Reed. Martha L. Reed. Martha Marie Reed. Paul W. Reed. Paula J. Reed Roy P Reed. Sharon Kay 166 Reeder, Max Kay Reeds. Diana L. 351 Reeley. Madelyn S. 351 Reese. Sam 134.136 Reeter,Julie A. 173.383 Rehling. Renee M. 351 Reibert. Cheryl Rae Reich, Larry E. Reichart, Terisa D. Reichart, Tommy Lynn Reichenbacher,Jerry 101,286,351 Reid. Linda 351 Reid. Robert P. 303 Reid. Terry Ann Reidelberger, Judy 124 Reidelberger, Margar 351 Reifsteck, Ronald W. Reifsteck, Russell A. Riegel. Garland 173 Reijonen. David Dean 351 Reiling. Louis J. Reiling. Milton Ray 351 Reiling, Sheryl A. Reilly. Ivan 170 Rider, John R. Rider. Melissa J. Ridgeway. Willianr 173 Ridgely, Monica J. 252.294 Rtdgley, Terry Lee 121.352 Riebe, Harland 164 i Rteck.Jacquelme A. 243,374 Riegel. G. T. 167.174 Riegel. Patricia D. 240 Riegel, Virginia A. Rieken. Deborah J. Riggen, David L. 352 Riggins. Susan L. 393 Riggio. Mark P. 122 Riggle. Myrna F. 179 Riggle. Stephen L. Rigler, Sue Ann 393 Riker. Gregory M. Riley. Catherine L. 393 Riley. Cheryl L. 305 Riley. Cheryl M. 393 Riley, David Ross Riler, Helen' 105.162.1641 Ri1ey.Judith 352 Rincker. Rose M. Rincker. Sheryl E. Rincker. Thomas A. Rinehart. Freddie G. 303 Ring. Betty Jo 393 Ring, Gary Lee Ring. T. David 383 Ringel. Michael L. Ringenberg. Lawrence I 17 Ringer, Melinda L. 248,383 Rinnert. Pamela R. 383 Riordan.JudilhA. 124 Riordan. William 160.224 Rippon, Sandra K. Il9.l20.124.352 Reilly, Susan R. 251.374 Darrell K. Risley, 409 Ryan. 410 Rtster. .Allen Ray Rtstou. Thomas D. 282.352 Ritchie, Earl E. 257.288 Rittenhouse. Ruth .A. 248 Rttz. Charles T. Rttera. .Antlta Roach. Carolyn Faye Roach. Martha R. 247.393 Roane, Catherine .A. 240 Roane. Katherine 248.352 Robb. Nlarltn E. Robb. R obert E. Robbins. Billie S Robbins. Ctnda J. Robbins. Dessa R. 3b3 Roberso n. Lydia G. 374 Roberts, Catherine A. Robens. Dattd 270.22514 Roberts. Dennis J Roberts. Donald L. 194,196 Roberts. Donald R. 194.199 Roberts. Gall J. 393 Roberts. John .A. 115.255 Roberts. Ltnda L Roberts. Lunde11J. 352 Roberts. Loueya Xl. 393 Roberts. Xlarsha L. 256.333 Patrtcta L. ".l-13.243 Roberts Roberts i Paul D. 3'-1 Roberts. Stephen B. 1196 Roberts. Sue A 252 Roberts. Timothy G Robertson. Carl Gene Robertson. Rathryn 146 Robertson. Cy nthta 245.352 Robertson. Gregory J Robertson, Hoykard th Robertson. James 133 Robenson. Judtth A Robertson. Leyyts A Roy. Ltnda D. Roy. Suzanne C. 164 Royal. Ceculta L. 383 Royalty. Richard L. 374 Roye. Beterley E. 251 Royer.G1endaS 244.383 Roier. James L. 167.16S.2'4.352 Royse. Dante1J. 269 Royse. Wilma E 246 Rubenacker. Ronald G, Rubtn.Candace A. Ruble. Sherry F 393 Rubsam. Barbara R Rubsarn.John F Ruby. Ronald E Ruck.Gary Dean Ruck. Howard E 122 Ruck.JanteJ. Ruck.JanteceC Rucker. Ltnda G. 394 Ruckman. Frederick L. Ruddel1.JanetC. Rude. XA tlltam H. Rudolph. Earl S Jr. Rudolph Xlark yk 274 Rudolpht. Stephen A Ruehrdanz. Nancy L. 251 Rumtshek. NlarttnJ Rumpel. Cy nthta L. 247,291 Runde. Barbara A. Runde. Lttella B Rulrtiel. -If 154 Robertson. Ltnda Sue 55.96.100 163.16-4.239.240.352 Robertson. Rose Ann Robertson. Terry S. Robunson.Dante1 Robunson. Elaine R Robtnson.Jo.-Adele 383 Robmso-n. Joseph .A. l60.l6I.lbb. 2 1.352 Robinson. Ratherune Robinson. Renneth F Robinson. LanaJ Robinson. Xlorrts E 35 Robinson. Paul Dattd Robinson. Terry J 265 Robinson. Terry L Rodden. Roger B 265 Rodenboste1.Rtchard Rodeyuald.Tcrry L. 3213 Rodgers. Rtrby N. Rodgers. Larry kk 276.393 Rodgers. Richard Pau Rodgers. Steten D Rodung. Richard G 235.363 Roe. Juliana C Roe. Lots Anne Roedtger. Sandra k 353 Roeduger. Thomas E. 259.393 Roepke. Darlene M. 393 Roese. Ltnda S. 125.301 .374 Roetker. 'Nlarcta L 393 Runua.G1oruaJ 24'.394 Runyan. kenneth E. Jr Runyan. yy ayne tk. 3"4 Runyon. Rathy L 252.394 Runyon. Sherry Dann Ruoi. Charles E. Ruot. Stephen D Ruppel. Patricia ly Ruppert. Jon L 3'4 Rua. Joseph Eduard RLb.Joel 25' Rush. Xktlltam R. Rushing. DeborahJ Rushton. Nlc1y'in.A. 172.394 Rusk. Gaul L Rusk. Nftchael S. 269 Russelburg. Thomas 374 Russell. Charles 154 Russell. Dante1.A. Russell. Elizabeth .A RUSsEll.SlCyC1'1 D Rtutrall Club 151 Russt. Nohra Penaret 3:2 Rutherford. John S. Rutherford. Robtn J. Rutledge. Barbara R ,4-.3o.y Rulledge. .lui ce 154 Rutledge. George 'sf Ruy1e.Betty G Ruzek. Barbara A -ys.s Ryan.C:troIe E. Ryan. Daniel P. 253 Ryan. Patructa A. 164 Ryan. Patricia C 299 Ryan. Patricia L. 136.394 Ryan. Ricky .A. Ryan. RogerJ. Ryan. Sharon Paula 125.2-10.301 Suzanne R Rogers. Barbara Aluc Rogers. kirby 21" Rocrrt. Von 115 Rogers. Richard I-ll Rogers. Nleltssa Rogers. Robert G. Rogers. Robert L 136.352 Rogers. V tlltam E Roger Wrllranu Fellowship 29 Rohr. D Rokop. eborah A 374 Nancy Jane 352 Roller. Cynthia J 393 Romano. Rocct Lee Romune. Barry J Romtne. SarahJ Romunes. Danny A Romtnes. Leslue Deon 122 Ronrnrrl. bearer 14h Rompf. Peggy Lynn Rook r. Jrrornr I 18 Root.H olly F.. 291.393 Ropac. xahey A. Rose. Janette M. 383 Rose, Peter yl But! Rose. R andal Phtlltp Ruse. Ronald th Rose. Vt Roseber Rosene Rosentlu Roscnth Rosenth anda Louise h3.249.3 ry. Betty J 393 k1tchaelC al. faraccl al. Larry J al. Xlartlyn Rths. Duane 276.295 1"-I Ross. Jody R0ss.Rt1bcl'l.l Diane Rmsc1lt.N1uchaelJ Rosse1lt.Narucy Nl Rosser Ralphy 303 Rossman. Thtumas D R0ssnu,bStlll.H'1'1 H Rotberg. Eugene H Roth. Anne lr Roth.SlephenF vt Rothermel. Sharon R 143 Rolhrock. Rtchard L Roth1ock.Stddney J 352 Rott.Cha1lesJ 352 Rott:r.ConstanccL 244.393 '4 Ryan. Terrance E. 353 Ry1ko.MtchaeI.A. 257 Rynkteyucz. Thomas 293 Saatkamp. Roy N. 394 Sabens. Steten R Sabin. Robert J. 257 Sabuco. Mary Ellen 353 Sabuco. Roy .Allan 353 Sachtleben. Mary S. 299.303.2483 Sader. Barbara .A. Saegesser. Paul J. Salcurr. Brian 146 Saleem. Mohammad ABD 292 Salefskt. Douglas .A. 259.353 Salusbury. Connie S Salusbury. John E. Sallee. Deborah Lyn Salmond. Daytd L 266 Salmond. Steycn M ayn 353 Salmons. Jody D Salogga. Joyce. E. 305 Salogga. Karen L Sa1tuch.Daxtd J 271 Salyaggto. Joan T Salyers. Jane 1'fs Sallenstetn. Robert Samford. Dunald C 3h3 Samonds. Terry Lce 145.2'1 Samp. Ray mond .I 26' Sampson. Cathte L Sampson, Rtuhert D 284 Saneken. Xlargtu L 394 Sandage. Sheryl E 394 Sandahl. Larry G Sandahl. Susan D 124.353 Sarudefer. Richard L Sanders l lout! 114 Sulnlun Irmrer 133 Sarrtlrrt. karen 133 Sanders, Jack Sanders. Joann C Rull. Walter Harold I20.l22.352 Rouland. Sharon L 143 Roush. keytn T Rule. Deborah A Roue. Donald E Rowe. Jane Ellen Sanders. Patsy Ann Sanders. Theodore L 394 Sandot al. lrahuntt Sandrettt u.Jt1dtth A 3'4 Sanychaler. Frances I'1.3'4 Sanncr. Deborah Ann 353 Sanner. Richard T 394 Sanruk. James Robert Sanstrom. James yl Santtunas Sapp. Ba Sargent. taso. Nltchae rhara ly 374 Patrtcua An Sarractno. Ltnda kay 353 .353 Saseyttch. Julte .A. Satchen. Douglas 274 Saums.Judy E. 125,295,353 Saums. Mary Y. Saunders. .Arthur R. Saunders. Rebecca L. Saunders. Thomas J. 353 Sausage. Date 238 Sayage.Judy Ray 162.249 Satage. Shtrley .A. Satery. Stet en J. Satorgtno. Barbara Sautckt. RtchardJ Sasyyer. Pamela Jo Saytyer. Sandra R 241.394 Sawyer. Thom 273 Saxon. Raren L 299.383 Saxton. Judtth A. 67.249.394 Sazama. Jolynn Stralet. Frank Scannell. Dtnah Lee Scannell. Robert N. Schaal. Renneth Edga I67.l74.23 259.353 Schahel, Frank Edysar Schaber. Lynne Ruth 246 Schable. Shtrley .Ann 394 Schackmann. Charles 374 Schackmann.Jane.A. 394 Schaefer. Carolyn G. 394 Schaefer. Donald Lee Schaefer. Gary Leo 264 Schaefer. Jacqueline Schaeffer. Clara L 374 Schaefer John 159 Schaefer. .llarrrn 1 12 Schafer. Carolyn S. 353 Schafer. Frederick L Schaffenacker. Nancy 249,383 Schafer. Fred 1 15 Schanzle. Ellen J. 284 Schanzle. Robert tk. 167.17-1.353 Schaub. Barbara .A 394 Schaub. Danny D. 3153 Schaub. Daytd B Schaub. Ltnda S. Schaub. Margarete l. 353 Schaub. Pamela S. 131.353 Schaufelberger. Flor Schaultn. Roger L. Schelltng. Barbara L. Schelltnk. Larry R Schelltnk. Ltnda C Schelosky . Jo ,Ann Schempf. Marte F 383 Schenke, Gary J. Schertke. Luhron 153 Schenke. Sharon Ray Scherer. Douglas F 126 Scherer. John R. Scher1tng.Ne11te Su 125.l53.30l. 354 Schtappacasse. Gary 28 Schick. Marylou .A. 394 Schildrcuth. Jacqulyn Schiller. Charles T 274 Schu1ltng.Jennifer 383 Schlanser. Stephen .A. Schlattyyeiler, Edvtar 220 Schlenz. Gerald L. 125.161,354 Schlmsag. George 117.123 Schlereth. Richard tk. Sch1uter.Antta L. 296.374 Schmid. Judtth L 295.295 Schmid. Ltnda Irene Schmidt. Charlie 271 Schmidt, Debra A. 290 Schmidt. Irene L. 136 Schmidt. James C. Schmidt. Leon R 354 Schmidt. Marilyn S. 163.354 Schmidt. Nancy L. Schmidt. Peggy .lo Schmidt. X tncent P Schmidt, XX tlltam R Schmttendorf. Patrtc 143.246 Schmitt. Cass C 261 Schmitt. Donald E Jr. Schmitz. Barbara .A. I57.15ty.3'4 Schmut1.Dt:.tne Lange 354 Schnake. Rathartne Schneider. Carl B Schneider. Carole .A l5l1.249.374 Schneider. Donna Nl. 384 Schneider. Gary Robt Schneider. Gregg A 384 Schneider. Gregory D. Schneider. .Iohn A Schneider. .Iohn Albe Schneuder. .lohn N. 257 Schneider. Ltnda Nl Schnetder.X1ary A 134 Schneider. kk arren F. Schneider. tk endy A. Schneider. NN tlltam A. 354 Schnepel. Susanne 96.24-4.3144 Schnttl. Ann L. 124.125.l'5.ITrs. 354 Schnttl. Gary tk 394 Schnu1letn.Ixay Ann 294.3n4 Schnorl. Xlarttn R 394 Schnorf. Stephen B Schobernd. Paul L 2"6 Schocn. Robert Allen Schoenborn. Timothy Schopp. Genelle M. 394 Schrader. Nancy J 143.374 Schram. Brian L 2I7.2ltt.265 Schramm. Kfary Ni. 394 Schramm. Rhonda J. 247,394 Schramm. Sue Anne 354 Schrock. James Dale Schroeder. Cy nthta R 394 Schroeder. Donald kk 354 Schroeder. Donna L. 394 S. 246. Schroeder. Fred C. 354 Schroeder. Jessie E. 354 Schroeder. Rim A. Schroeder, Rita J. 290.394 Schroder. Ronald D. 259.384 Schroeder. Yvonne .Ann Schrueder. Don 264 Schuette. Patricia A. 286 Schuh. Sandra 1. Schuhr. Katherinej. 158.2-49.286 374 Schuldt. Terry L. 2321.259 Schulte. Stet eCu. Schultz. Barbara .A. 163.164 Schultz. Barbara J. Schultz. Catherine M. 243.354 Schultz. Den use Duane 246.384 Schultz. Janet L. Schultz. Louisa A. Schultz. Martin J. 355 Schultz. Pamela .A. 243 Schultz. Patricia F. 374 Schultz. Susan D. 394 Schultz. Susan R. Schultz. Theresa H. 384 Schumacher. Gay lain Schumacher. Schumacher. Schumacher. Schumacher. Sch uster. Ch Madeline 384 Mark S. Mary J. 131.374 Patricia 355 ris E. Schutte. Pamela R. 374 Schty ab, She t1aJ. 125.394 Schyyabe. Madonna S. 394 Schttabe. Ronald R. Schualbe. Pamela Sue Schyyark. Ellen R. 394 Schwartz. John M. 271 Schtyartz. John R. 270.3144 Schttartz. Stephen L. 238.260 Schttarzlose. Mary A. Schtyetckhart, Vlulltam 122,355 Schyyetghart. Marjorie Schttengels. Susan 355 Schts erdtfeger. James Schyterman. Rent Schtaermtn. Ronald L. 266.384 Schtttnn. Cathy J. 394 Sctllenz. Gerald 253 Scott. Charles L. 1t46.1l18.217 SCUII. Colonel 159 Scott. James C. Scott. .Iames E. 194 Scott..lenniferL. 241.395 Scott. John W. 166 Scott. lxrystal L. Scott. Linda F. 394 Scott. Robert D. Scribner. Carol Scrtbner. Jerrold R. Scrty ner. David R. 355 Scroggtns. Jennifer Scru by . Mary M. 394 Scudder, Randts L. 300 Sails. Rosemarie Seaman. Sandra A. Seaney. Scirby. Sealy. R Robert E. 374 Jane .Ann 374 ebeccaJ. 394 Sebena. Peter A. 374 Sebock. Bunnt L. 394 Secrest. Sara J. 179.355 See. N ickue Ann 355 Soedcrs. Susan I. 143.394 Seelhoefer. Leroy Seibert. Diane F. 143 Seidel. lsevin T. Setgel. Harruet L. Seller. Garyl L. Scitstnger. .lean E. Seitz. Shtrley J. Selenik. Michael J. Sell. C1'is11L. 394 Selle. Stephen C. 374 Sellers. Ronald Ray Scmanusrn. Date Lee Sernon. Roy C. Seng. John .A. 355 Seng. Lots E. Seng. Orrts .Arthur Seng. Thomas N. Serin. Rat urwnd 127 Sentel. Donna Marte 350 Sentel. Richard M 355 Senteney . St ey en Ray 2216.289 Serdar. Joanne M. 250.291.3253 Serye. Peter R. 289 Srlllr. Phillip 127 Seward. Johnnte lk. 186.255 149 Seyson. Reb ecca L. Setltm. Curl 164 Sgarlata. Robert E. 271 Shade. Marytn 255 Shadyytck. Larry Nl. 168 Shader. Dunuld 114 Shafer. Barbara A. 245 Shafer. Dayu dL. Shafer. Donna S. Shafer. Lund aL. Shafer. Robert F. Shaffar. Stephen R. Shaffer. Susan E. Shah. Dtltp P. 292 Shamblin. Cindy Lou Shan, .Audra Laterne Shan. Burton Lee Shanholtzer. .Iune C. Shank. Deanna S. Shank. Margaret S. Shanks. Cynthia A. Shanks. Steyen R. Shanle. Sandra K. 354 Shannon. Kathleen Su 355 Shaltolkrr. June 170 Shareef. Azilullah 288.292.3249 Shasteen. Miriam E. Shea. Gwyn K. 39-1 Shea. Kevin Earl 276 Shedelboyyer. Cathy Sheehy. Ruth Ann 355 Sheets. Sue E. 37-1 Sheetz. Milton C. Sheldon. Barbara J. 215 Sheldon. Richard Ala Shellenberger. Rich 16l.262.263. 355 Shellhammer. Debra Shelton. Barbara Jea Shelton. Bradley P. 281 Shelton.John O. 1-15 Shelton. Phtltp L. Shepard. Donald B. ll 160.2158 Shepard. Joyce E. 38-1 Shepard. Richard S. Shepherd. Barbara J. 266.355 Shepherd. Ltnda D. 150 Shepherd. Maurice 172 Shepherd. Timothy W. Sheridan. Barbara A. 251.38-1 Simpson. Susan Diane Sims. Barbara Pinnel Sinclair. Deborah L. Sinclair. Stephen R. Singer. Carol J. Singler. Brenda L. 311-1 Singleton. Donald Nl. Stnnott. Linda Ann Sttton. David I9-1.195.198 Stvtll. Jan L. 288 Skarr. Lauren J. Skeen. William P. 266 Skinn.SaI1y E. 356 Sktnner.James A. 2-1.212.213 Skoytronek.Wi1ltam W. 260 Skrtdults.Catherine 29-1 Skultety. kenneth 375 Slag1e.Dtanne Slagle. Ricky Lynn Slatkeu. Patti L. 39-1 Slater. Elizabeth Fa Slater. Pamela F 131.2-19.356 Slater. Sandra K 39-1 Slattery. Terese M. Slay ens. Barbara Ella Snearley. Kenneth E 257.38-1 Sneed. Sharon Rose Snic1er.Rtck 266 Snider. Charles R. 375 Snider. Pamela S 39-1 Sniegouskt. Donald R. 39-1 Snoke. Elizabeth A. 395 Snony . Jody 26-1 Snoyt. Harry Joseph Snoyt, Marcia L. Snowy. Sue Ann 52 Snoyy. Thomas M. Snovtden. ltan T Snoyyden. X tckt Sue Snucke 1. JohnA Sny der.'Margaret A. Snyder. Paul L. l20.122.27-1.357 Snyder. Robert I3-1 Snyder. Stey en Lee Socall. Diane E. Sochackt. Donna L. 2-17 Sociology Club 1150 Soctulogt - -inthroftolagt Department 1140 Sodaro. Teresa A. Shertlf. Nancy A. Sherilyn. L. McFarland Sherman. Dawn M. Shrrmannltm 118 Sherman. Rarll 120 Shepherd. Maurice 168 Sherrtck. John D. Sherwood. Philip W. Shima nek. Barbara A Shimkos. Paul D. Slatttnski. Kathryn M. 375 S1ider.CherylL. 356 Sliga. Elizabeth A. 38-1 Sloan.Craig 267 Sloan. Dyyight C. Sloan. EyelynC. 2-16 Sloan. .1ohnC. Sloan. Thomas G Sloan. X tctorta E Shimon. Therese A. Shtmp. Betsy Ruth Shtngleton. Donald L. Shit ers. Kenneth L. 35-1 Shit es. .lackte L Shobe. Carole A. 2-12.39-1 Shobe. Martha K. 12-1.171.355 Slocum. Richard C Slorft. Lee 169 Sloyer. Janet Speer Sluder. Darla 130 Sluder.Phtl1tp M. 263.27b.279.2tS0. 356 Slu tanek. Joyce Shoemaker. lxaren J. Shoemaker. Sharon ls. Shoen. Richard L Shonk. Timothy A. Shonkyytler. Jeffrey Shook..-kmy L. 39-1 Shook.Jack Edvtard 215-1.355 Shoop. Barbara Jean 355 Shoop. Larry Eugene Shoot. Daytd D 39-1 Shoot. Norma Jane 158.355 Shoot. Sandra ly. Shore. Dutght y' Shore. Marca Joy ce Short. Barbara Ann 37-1 P . Small. Gary D. 257 Small. Gloria M. 291 Smatlak. Ellen M. 275.27939-1 Smeltzer. Dennis R. 12-1.155.156. 257. 261.356 Smtlte. Delbert Smith. -ylan L. 356 Smith. Becky 13-1 Smith. Bonnie Nl. Smith. Cultm 15-1.153 Smtth.Candtce R. 375 Smith. Carol L. 39-1 Smtth. Carulrn 16-1 Smith. Carroll Oyy en 266.39-1 Smith. Charlotte J 375 Smtth. Cheryl L. 305.39-1 Speakman. Larry S 357 Short. Short. Short. Short. Diana K 215.375 Duatne 269 Esther P. 39-1 Thomas W. 121.355 Smith. Chrtstena 39-1 s Shatter. Bruton 1-1-1.1-15 Shoultz. Paula S. 167.355 Shouse. James D. 17-1.375 Shrader. James O. Shriy er. Doris R. Shriver. Sharon R. Shryock. Charles -X. 305.39-1 Shry ock. Linda lk. 2-13 Shukis. Albert T. 15l.l72.355 Shukts. Mary Marcell 127 Shufi. Robert 123 Shull. Curl 130 Shull. Carol J. Shull.John L. Shull. Sharon Rose 356 Shull.Stanley D 39-1 Shuman. Bruce E. 252 Shumard. Paula G Shurtz. James M. 39-1 Schuster. Brran 1-16 Shute. Terry E. Shyyay. Norma E 35-1 Shytedas. LouisG 27-1.39-1 Sickel. Scott H. 66.277 Sickinger. Dennis Sick1es.Datid H. Sickles. Elizabeth 1 39-1 Sickmetr. Dantel L 356 Sidyyell. Tantara Ann Sidyy ell. William M. Sieben. Kathleen L. 29-1 Sieben. Paula A. 153.29-1 Stebert. Ruth 356 Siegel. Pamela L. 1521.356 Siegert. Phyllis L 1-12.37-1 Sies. Leetha F 39-1 Sigttta.-ilplm lutu 131 Sigma Delta Pyt 160 Sigma Eta Luttthtla 158 Sigma Kappa 2-114.2-19 Sigma Pi 266.269 Sigma Sigma Sigma 250.251 Sigma Tat: Delta I-1' Sigma Tat: Gamma 270.271 Stkora.John Martin Stl-testrom. Jane C. 88.2-10.287.3b-1 Sill. Paula May 153.299.3C0.356 Silverstein. Henry 1-16 Simmertng. Susan J. Simmons. Bonnie S. Simmons. .Ion C. 1246.38-1 Simmons. Joseph H. Simnts. John J. 25' Simms, Stephanie E. 291 Simon. Byron D 215.216 Simotes. Anthony J. Simpson. Betty J. Simpson. Carolyn J. 356 Simpson. Cheryl A. 1-15.37-1 Simpson. Dennis G. Simpson. .lohn Wayne Simpson. Kerry D. Simpson. Kirk S. Simpson. Linda R. Simpson. Sandra J. Smith. Danny Leroy 180.258.-9-1. 30-1.356 Smtth David O. 273.27-1 Smtth. Deborah L. Smith. Donna Joan 356 Smith. Donna K. 39-1 Smith. Donna Lee Smith. Donna S. Smith. Eileen Alice Smith. Ertc James Smith. Forrest 1-16 Smith.Gary L. 259.356-.375 Smith. Gary L. Smtth.Gregory L. 27-1 Smith. Harold Dean Smith. Holly E. Smith. James Robert 260.356. Smith. Jean Ann 260.39-1 Smtth.Je1frey R. 303 Smtth. Jerre E. 2-15.356 Smtth. John .1. 375 Smith Smith Smith Smith .Joseph D. . Karen J. 2-10 .Karen Louise 150 .karen Marte 39-1 Smtth. Katherine 133 Smith. Keyin T. 263 Srntth. Mark H. 176 Smith Smith Smith Smith . Marsha E. 39-1 . Martha S. 93 . Mary E. 356 . Mary Louise 1-10.356 Smith. Nicholas Earl 259.356 Smith . .N urman 168 Smith. Pamela S. 158 Smith. Paul J. Smith. Paula J. 2-13 Smith. Penny Lee 125.356 Smith. Rebecca L. 296.303 Smith. Richard A. 166 Smith. Richard Hoyyar Smith . Richard 166 Smith. Rita D. Smith Robert A. 135 Smith. Raherl J. 166.287 Smith. Robert Lee 168 Snttth.Rohert 117 Smith. Ronald D. Smith, Ruhr 1-11 Smtth.Scott l'2 Smith. Sharon E. Smith. Sharon Lee 39-1 Smith. Stey en Rand 172.356 Smith. Susan lx. 36-1 Smith. Sydney R. 163.16-1.356 Smith. Thomas E. Smtth.Thomas 266 Smith. Thomas Smith. Willard C. 156 Smith. William S. 253.268 Smithson. Ezra W. Smithson. Linda L. 356 Smitley. Jackie M. Smtttkamp. Rebecca A. 161.286.375 Smock. Marilyn R. Smoots. James W. 253 Snead. Kenneth Wm. Sodt-rberg. .llargaret 178 Soice. Stephen M. Soko1.F1ortanJ. Soltday. Deborah 357 Solyerson. Patricia J. 125 Soma. Somatah Sommer. Allan Rae 167.357 Sonderman. Robert 1-1-1.1-16 Songer. Deborah L. 2-13 Sontchsen. Ruth Anne 158.375 Sonneman. Jane M. Sons. Gerold E. 151 Sook. Pamela Sorensen. Geoffrey G. 1256.263 Sorrels. Melinda Sotzen. Sharon L. Souchek. Linda J. 2-16 Southerland.Jerry L. Southern. Rodney A. Sou ers. Patricia E. 395 Spaet. Robert H. Spalo. Robert J. Spumol. Roland 1 13 Spannagel. Francis L. Spurenberg. Gayle L. 2-16 Sparks. Andrea Jean 2-19.357 Sparks. Darryl L. Spurlt r.St1t' 113 Sparks. W tlltam P. Sparling. Bonita lx. Sparr. Dennis E. 35-1 Spaulding. Stephen A Speacht. Jr Donald R. I60.l6I.220. li' Spear. Charles B. 257 Speech Depalttttrttt 15-1 Speech Puthulugt 157 Speer. Joan E. Speer. John l66.16' Speers. Cheryl L 38-1 Spetr. Nancy L. Spence. Nancy Jean Spencer. Ernest R. Spencer. John E Spencer. Joyce A. Spencer. Terry E Spencer. Thomas Hal Spencley. Kenneth I-16 Sperry Jody Nl. 357 Spessard. Linda Lou 357 Sptca.Terry D. 253 Sptdel. Mary A. Spiegel. Alan M. 27-1 Spillman. Judy K. Spinner. ltsathleen A. Spitz. Martin R. 26-1 Sporleder.Jean E. 375 Sprague. 'yltchael D. Sprettzer. Greg Ralp 26-1 Springer. Aneda lx. 305 Springer. Anne Marte Springer. Daniel A. Sprtnggate lsathleen 125.36-1 Sprtngman. Deborah J. 38-1 Sprtno. PhtlltpJ. Sproll. Elmer Dvtatne Sproull. Dennis -y. Sproull. Richard F. 265 Sproyyles. John S. 27-1 Spurgeon. .lane A. 315-1 Spurlock. Christi A Squires. Charles E. 303 Squires. Joan 133 St Eye. Mary Ann St Peter. Thomas R. St. Pierre. lsent 268 Stackhouse. Henry A. 261 Stacy. Bonnie J. 357 Stacy. Dennis C. Stacy. Ronald A. Staerkel. Gary W. Stafford. John E. Stahl. .Iohn M. Stahl. Linda .1 Staley. Sandra 12' Stamptni. Donald A. 271 Stamptnt.X1..try M. Stanberry Lauretta 90.3'5 Standerfer. Billy G. Stanla. James R. Stanfteld. Sandra J. 251.38-1 Stantec. Carol Ann 357 Stanley. Daytd E l6l.217.2l14.263. Stanley. Donna Xl 125.299.375 Stanley. Marsha is Stanley. Paul W 259 Stanley. Thomas M. Staples. kathy L. Stapleton. Daytd Lee Stapp. Rat 130.131 Stark. June Stark. Robert li 358 Staten. Arzrott W Staton. Gregory S. Stayton. Richard T Stearns. Ronald E. I-15 Steckler. Mary Ann 395 Stedman. Dorothy Steele. Paula K. 167.375 Steele. Signey 165 Steele. Terry L. 17-1 Stee1man.Marte N. 291.305 Steely. Rebecca L l-13.395 Steeples. Daisy W. Stefani. Jill C. 2-11 Steffen. Philip D. 267.3515 Steffins.GordonJ 27-1 Stein. Catherine M. Steiner. Phyllis A 151 Steiner. Sam 271 Stetnltcht.JamesH 17-1.358 Steinntan. Sammte Lee 271.3515 Stetnmetz. Charlotte Stetnmetz. Lee 1-16 Steinmetz. William Stetny s. Angela M. 358 Stelmazevtskt. David 375 Stelzer. Cynthia A 395 Stephans. DortsJ 358 Stephen. Peggy A. Stephens. Michael A. 3515 Stephens. Nancy Kay 358 Stephens. Russell E. 101.27-1 Stephenson. Dennis 263 Stephenson. Eric M. Stephenson. Judith M. 358 Stephenson. Linda M. Stephenson. Mary J. 3515 Stephenson. Michael Stephenson. Robert Stephenson. Ronald L 285 Stephenson. William D. Steppe. Myrna L Sterchi. Jacqueline 38-1 Sterchi. Jacqueline K. 358 Sterling. Beverly J. Sterling. Robert 176 Sterling. Thomas A. 267 Sterrenberg. Carmen 12-1.125.358 St. Eye. Mary 395 Stevens. Edyy ard L. Stevens. Glenna K. 395 Stevens. Karol A. Steyens. Linda L. Stevens. Marjorie J. Stevens. Robert E. 238.298.3525 Stes-ens.Timothy K Stevenson. Gay nel Stevenson. Jonathan Stevenson. Ron 285 Sletrrtxon Tower Council 30-1 Steyyardson. Jenifer 299.301 Stewart Carolyn S. Steyyart. David 119.122 Steyyart. Deobrah L. Stewart. Donald Cleo 358 Steyyart. Gerald R. 27-1 Steyyart.James David 122.358 Stewart. James G. 267.315-1 Stewart. Jayne L. 296.375 Stevtart. Joseph M. 358 Stewart. Joyce A. Stevtart. Leslie. Jr. Stewart. Linda L. Stewart. Mitchell G. Stewart. Robert Alan Stevtart. Terry 186 Stevtart. Wanda L. Stickann. Richard E. Stiff. Stephen W. Stilley. Marlene K. 125.355 Stillyyell. Mary Ellen 38-1 Stilyuell. Glenn W. 395 Sttmac. David A. 3515 Stine. Judith L. 3515 Stine. Sandra Y. 375 Stinson. Laura Lee Sttpp. Mary E. 2-1-1.384 Stirevtalt. Alice J. Sttreytalt. Harold B Sttrrett. Philip D. 2-1.212.358 Stttt. Donna Lea 375 Sttters. Michael L. 265.375 Sttyers. Paul Daytd Stoan. Tom 266 Stockdale. James S 13-1.302 Stockdale. Susan L. Stocker. Deborah S. 2-19.3249 Sturltmun. Verne 117.123 Stoddard. Richard W. 303 Stoerger. Mary F. Stofferahn. Elizabet 359 Stogdel1.Rtchard G. Stokes. EyelynG. Il9.125.153.29 359 Stokes. Frank 1-16 Stokes. Joseph Donal Stokes. Linda D. Sl0kts.Pl1lltp F. 3b-1 Stoklosa. Anthony J Stole.John Mikal 120.359 Stolp. Deborah S. Stoltz. Sherily n K. 325 Stomba ugh. Brenda K. 395 Stone. Barbara J. 375 Stone. Gary L, Stone. Margaret A. Stone. Vlarsha J. 5-1 Stone. Minnie M. 359 Stone. Rebecca A. Stone. Sharon Sue 359 Stonecipher. Larry 375 Stoner. Elizabeth 411 412 Stoner. Lawrence L. Stoner. Mark T 270 Storck. Rebecca L. 164 Storey. Peggy L. 143 Storm. Barbara E. Storm. Barbara J. 395 Storm. Connie S 395 Storm. Daytd M. Storm. Kathlene M. 384.359 Storm. Leah J. Storm. Leonard E Storm. Linda Diane 384 Storm. Linda Joy 118 Storm. Sandra K 359 Storm. Sandra Lee 375 Storm. Thomas Robert 359 Stortzum. Charles L. Stortzum. Robert KN. Story. Alan H 271 S10lls. Rebecca S. 395 Stout. Larry Allen Stout. Steven Richard Stotall. Julian A. Jr. 161,266,359 Stpterre. Kent Strachan. Terri L 395 Stractnsky. Sandra 395 Slrt1tlw.Gutle 141 Strain. Owen E. Straka. Joseph W 111 Straka. SusanJ 164 Slraritllwre Cllllord 146 Strang. Lucy J 359 Strang. N3 tlltam H 269 St1'ange.Entt1y 1 359 Strange. Janet Lynn 359 Stra.tge.Su1anne E 250.384 Straube. Christine M. 246 Strausberger. Nancy 143.359 Strauss. Anita L. 243 Strawser. Beterly K 375 Strazar. Sandra L. 125286.38-1 Strebtng. Susan K 384 Stretb. Greta A. Slrem. Charlet 175 Strelecky. Edward M Strtcker. By ronJ 375 Strtcker. Roger G 395 Strtcklett. Dorothy Stringer. Jack W Strode. William B. Strohl. Kenneth G. Strohl. Larry Eugene 359 Strohm. Carole M 125.244.3154 Strole. Clara A 143.395 Strong. Robert A. 359 Strong. Thomas W Slrutrer,Slunlrt 175 Strothetde. Larry L. 384 Stroud. Janet L 38-1 Struebtng. Gary W. 359 Struebtng. Janis R 354 Strzelec. Raymond A. Sluclsey. Debra L. 395 Stuckey. Donald Dean 155.l56.359 Student lftlttralfun .-1 ttocrulrurr 125 Sludrnl Religwut Council 295 Student Srrlult' 284.285 Sluderrl Wlrrt 294 Stullle. Gary Lee Stullle. Larry R 178.28-1.285 Stulfle. Sharon Kay Slula. Catherine S. M 131.155.2151 292.29-1.375 Stumpf. Frederick E Stumpl. Sarah D Stupka. Marcia Lynn 12-1.171.359 Sturgell. Rebecca 305.359 Sturm. Jan M 359 Stutz. Roberta Jean Sublette. Beverly An Subletle. Jack 146 Sundltrun, Donald 149 Sudkamp.Phy11ts K Sudo1,WesleyJ Suerdteck. Thomas C Sullender. Robert L 171.359 Sullender. Sue Ann Sulltturt. lturultl 138 Sullivan. Jean Ann Sullivan. Theresa M Summers. Allen E Summers. Curtis A Summers. Mary E Sunderman. Amanda J. 245 Sundhetm. Pamela Jea Sundmacker. Donna K Sunkel. Timothy Scot Suprur1rul'uunt'tl 2K6 Sur. PauIaJ 93.395 Suriancc. Larry B 360 Sutherland. Karen L Sutortus. Nancy Dayl 360 Sutphen. Douglas C Sutton. Janice R Svendscn. Sandra J Suade. James R Swan. Terry Mathew 360 Svsango. Stephen N1 Swantck. 1 uctnda K 125.360 Swank. Elvera B Swank. John D Swanson. James A Swanson. James E 21tX.3fJ3.3K4 Swanson. Judith C 360 Swanson. Kathleen L. 375 Swarcns. George A. Swartz. Jim 253 Swartz. Peggy S. 38-t Sweeney. Mary Beth 250.395 Sweet. Gregory E. Sweettn. Brenda G. Swenson. Ccctltc A. 163.164 Swift. Kelcey lz. 240.375 Swiltle. Gary C. Swim Alan D. 284.11t8.30-1.360 Swtnford. Lonnie M. 161.274 Swing. Richard A 264 Svytngler. David A. 360 Swingler. Michael G. Swlxlter. Curl 1,69 Swisher. Michael J 149.354 Swil:rr. Charles' 146 Switzer. Cynthia Kay Switzer. Thomas H. 274.360 Swolse..1laCt'.-Inn 117.141 Swupr. Mahi' 117 Sy. Darrell L 150.151.3235 Sy fert. Larry D. Sy'1vester.Louts M. Syrtderguurd. Rex 176 .S't'mler. Robert 133 S:er.'rt . Juveph 117 Szayna. Bernadette A 360 Szumskt. Kenneth J 260.360 Taake. Pamela G. 143 Taber. Margaret Wylie 244 Tabi'r.Sun1t4el 113 Tall. William J. Taggart. Eduard H Tattt. Henry 105.172 Tutu. Nunn' 170 Talbott. ThomasJ Talley. Brenda lsae 360 Tal1ey..lohn W. Talley. Richard L. 360 Tallntan. Kent T Tallman. Mary Ellen 361 Tame. Elltruori 154 Tammen.Ar1eneJ 384 Tammen. Donna 294 Tantnten. Jtmmy R. 145.361 Tangas. Constanttnos Tangas. Sophia M. Tankersley. Paul 395 Tanner. Beth Yvonne Tanner.Cheryl L 143 Tapto. Anne M. Tarter. Garrell Dean Tate. Margaret L 361 Taterka. Patricia A Tattum. Stephan D. 1116.260.361 TaulJenhetn1.GeorgeJ Tauhenhetm. Rebecca Tau lxuppu Epsilon 272.273 Tavassoltkhah. M. Hos 292 Tay1or.A1tce Y. Taylor. B. Diane Taylor. Docta B. Taylor. Douglas. A. Taylor. Edward F Tailor, Frurrlt 177 Taylor. Greg A. Taylor. Gregg A. 268 Turlur Hall .'Vurllt Council 303 Turlor Hull South Council 303 Taylor. Howard B Taylor. James Porter Taylor. Janice Kay 143.375 Taylor. Johnny R. Taylor. Joseph F. 212 Taylor. Julte A. 384 Taylor. Kathleen 1. 164 Taylor. Marianne Taylor. Marsha D Tay-lor. Mary K. 96.361 Taylor. Mary P. 163 Taylor. Merle Ray Taylor. Michael P. 289 Taylor. Nancy J. 143.2-47.384 Taylor. Nancy Jane Taylor. Olivia 361 Taylor. Philip L. 395 Taylor. Ruth Ann Taylor. Shirley A. Taylor. Tony J Taylor. Vicltt L. 158,282,361 Teaney. Carol R. 150.3144 Teas. Patricia A Teaters. DebraJ Teausanl.Terry C. 260.361 Tebbe. Linda K. 375 Teclaw. Linda Jean Teegarden. Theodore 264.361 Teri. Dean 144.145 Teel. Mtnnte Lucille Teycek.Janet M. 93.25l.2X6 Teller. Fruncrt 159 Temple. Sylva James Templtn. Robert ls. 269 Tenbusch. Theodore R Tencate. Charles W. Tentck. Beverly A. 305 Tenne. Frank D. 69.179220 Terandy. Theodore Terhark. Ronald Lee Terndrup. Jack Lewts 186.264 Terrell. G1ortaJ. Terry. Christine Teruya. Arlene T Thacker. Gerald L 361 Thacker. Sheryl Lynne 361 Thacltrey. Patricia E. 124.125.1 361 Thatcher. Lucinda G. 291.395 Thayer. Lauren C. Tht'u1reAn.t Department 138 Theman.Caro1 361 Themer. Robert C. Theohald. Joyce M. Thetford. Marsha M. Thtele. Bette Sue Thtele. Judith K. Thtlmony. Martin A. Thoele. Ruth A. Thorn. Greg 212 Thoma.Caro1 A. Thoma.Jerry W. 171 Thomac. Susan L. Thoman. Carol Jean 153.296 Thomas. Betty F. 395 Thomas. Brenda S. 143 Thomas. Cheryl L. 240186.38-4 Thomas. Constance L. Thomas. Eileen C. Tltulttas Hull Cotuteil 302 Thomas. Michael D. 375 Thomas. Robert D. Thomas. Sharon D. Thomas. Susan E 167.17-4.375 Thomason, Cheryl R. Thomtnet. Rene M. 395 Thommen. William G. 200 Thompson. Carla J. 248 Thompson. George 1. Thompson. Joy 375 Thompson. Lurri' 146 Thorupxan. Leu 157 Thompson. Ly nette S. Thompson. Patrtcta E Thompson. Robert W 297.303.1175 Thompson. Rodney Thompson. Roy C. Thompson. Sharon J. 153 Thompson. Sherry Thompson. Stephen B. 361 Thompson. Stephen D Thompson. Vickie Sue Thomson. Charles Will Thonoson. Paul 261 Thorlton. Michael .1. 361 Thorns. James F Tllurnhurgl1.Dun I-18.278 Thornton. Dennis D. Thornton. Frank R. 144.1-15 Thornton. Leslie M 395 Thornton, Pat 294 Thorpe. Greg W. 217,264 Thontelt. Lutlrertct' 178 Thrall. Norma L. 361 Throneburg. Michael Thudium. Katherine B. Thurmond. Nancy Jean 150.151.3184 Tlrurmun. Waylte 154 Thurn. Steven F Ttahrt, Harold 253 Tiahrl. Tanya R. 395 Ttburzt. James Tice. Barbara C. Tice. Steven R Ttemann. Katherine S 278.279.3195 Tierney. Elizabeth 395 Ti1ford.lmogeneJ. 361 Tillitt. Richard E. Ttlrerzt.Jim 265 Timberlake. Linda S. Ttmmerman.Gertyan 145 Tinglcy. Betty J. Ttng1ey.G Alexander 384 Tll1Qlt'1'.JP!I7Il1L' 162 Ttnsman.Sandra L. 375 Tinsman. Sarah L. 300.361 Ttpsword. Robert R. Ttpsword. Wilma Dell Tipton. Thelma Marte Ttson. Mary' Christtry Tison. Thomas Neal Tttus. Nola Gale Tytn-Stong. Lay 292 Todd. Cathy' Michelle Todd. Linda M. 125.361 Todd. Luctle E. Todd. Robert Wayne 260.361 Toenjes. Bernard L. 384 Toepler. Vincent E. 122.384 Toepkc. Timothy R. 252 Toler. Mary D. Toll. Larry E 395 Tolliver. Daniel O. 121.122.2818 Tolltver.Gtnger L. 375 Tolltver. Mary J. Tolliver. Pamela R. 384 Toman. Kathleen 361 Tomaski. Polly A. 395 Tomasko. Gladys M. Tomaszkiewicn. Franc Tomlin. Carol S. 278.2110.305.384 Tomlin. Nancy Jean 97.I52.36l Tomlinson. Marsha F. Tomlinson. Nancy A 181.245.3844 Tomlinson. Terry L Tonlsovtch. James W 220 Toops. Phillip E 289 Torgerson. Donna J. 242 Torrtcellt. Fred J. Tosch.L1nda R 4-1.155.301 Toth. LaurieJ. 287.395 Totten. Gary' Allan Totten. Thontas L. 121.122 Tougaw. Paul W. 170 Tougaw. Ruby G. Towell. Pamela R. 384 Towles. Cheryl R. 395 Towns. Paul H. Townsend. Maureen S. Townsend.ThomasG. 171.361 Toy. Sur: 163 Trut t . Donald 133 Tracy. Margaret Ruth Tracy. Norman L. 3114 Trakas. Constance K. 292.294.303.362 TNl7lA.L1'lll1 130 Trapp. Randolph A. Trapp. Terrence M. 269.286.3152 Traub. Gary L. Trauerntcht. Charles Traughber.Ha1den L. 395 Travelstead. Stanton Travers. Jeanne C. Travers. Joanne M. Travis. Judith Lou Travis. Loren! E. Trawdsterd. Stan 361 Traylor. Mary Beth 375 Trebacz. Sandra K. Trees. Rhonda Jo 287 Treonis. Carol F. Trestler. Thomas Triplell. George 127 Tripp. Vicki L. Tropper. Lynn M. 286.299 Trost. Jay' S. Trost. Marcia Dee 239.249.3622 Trotter. Bonnie J. Trotter. Katherine J. Troughton. John M. Trout. Martha A. 296.395 Trover. Ada L. 395 Trover. Phyllis E. 164.362 True. Maureen Carol Truitt. Gail L. 375 Truitt. Harold Lee 186 Trumann. T. Wayne Trumme1.Jantcc Rose Trumper. Mark A. Tschaepe. Barbara A. 395 Tsehaepe. Peter Tttclter. Clmrlvx I bfi' Tucker. James Alan Tucker. Linda Beth 362 Tucker. Patricia E. Tucker, Steven R. 266 Tucker. Susan K. 294.375 Tudor. Charles W. Tudor. Michele T. Tueth. Mary' B. Tuley.Terry Eugene 186.188.3621 Tulley. Ellen Ann 362 Tulley. Kathleen L. Tureskis. Linda A. 395 Turner. Cynthia Ann Turner. Diane L. Turner. Donna C. Turner. F. Allen 252 Turner. Gaylan L 151 Turner. Jackie E 362 Turner. James B 395 Turner. Kathleen A. Turner. Ketl B. 145.362 Turner. Lynn Gerald Turner. Ronnie G. Turner. Thomas Paul 362 Turner. Viola Tutlts.John W. 395 Tuttle. Charles T. 395 Tuttle. Thontas N. 270 Tuveson. Donna Clatr 127 Tyler. Karen A. Tyler. Manetta Ann 362 Tyler. Melvin K Tylman. James M. Tylman. Stan1ey'G. Tyrrell. Kenneth M Ubaudi,JeanneE 251.362 Udomtasnee. Suthep Uebner. Carol H. Uebner. Lawrence Fre Ullrtch. Elaine L Ulm. Gary Lee 375 Umland. Stephen C. 375 Unfried. Leona P. 362 Unger. Paul L. Urrilt'1lCur1tf1u.v Nfllllilfl' 297 Unkraut. Mary L. Upchurch. Roger A. Updike. Diane Louise Uptmor. Ellen R. 395 Uptmor. Twila A. 362 Uptmor. Urban L. Urbanek. Valorie L. 243 Uremovich. Frank G. Utaskt. Marilyn J. 362 Utterback. Wm. Marc Vahle. Larry E. 395 Vail. Cheryl E. 395 Van Horn. George Wm. Van Hyfte. Robert .l. 122.179.2162 Vana. Richard E. 186.274 Vanausdale. Thomas Vanble. Melody 179 Vance. James D. 269 Vancleave. Sandra L. 317 Vanclegraft. Richard Vanderhool. Janet D. 362 Vandermark. Dawn 245 Vlunbevertler. Helen 149,150 VanDorn. Mary K. VanDyke. Brenda J. Vanhise. Martha J. 150.362 Vannoy. Pamela A. VanRheeden. Louis L. Vantour. Judith D. VanVourhis. Barbara VanVoorhis. Susan 136 Varhle. Melody Ann 167.17-1.362 Varcl. Patricia K. I25.2714.280.294 303 375 Vargo. Virginia A. 292 Varncr. James C. Varner. Marilyn Jo Vurtut' C'ltt't'rlt'azlt'r.v 94.05 Vass. Marilyn E. 143 Vaughan. Carla S. Vuughar1.C'harlt't 159 Vaughan. Richard C. 194 Vaughan. Thomasjay 362 Vaught. Rita Ellen 299.375 Veach. Ronda! A. Vei1e.Jo Ellen 163.164 Veith. Deborah A. 375 Velasco. Alfredo J. 161 .2I2.292 Velasco. Cecilia 152 Ventress.J. Andy 170 Verdun. Michele Y. Verkler. Donna J. Vermillion. Joy R. Vestel. Bernie N. 265 Vieira. Janet Lynn Vieira. John D. 268.362 Vincent. Janet E. 305.362 Vineyard. Jeffrey L. 268 Vinson, VickiSue 375 9 Viscum, Jeryl Dene L. 362 Vish. Donald M. 161.220 Vitayaviroj. Vilaiva 292 Vitek. RoberlG. 217 Vitovsky. Gerald M. Vivertta, Marilyn L. l24,l47,2-46.363 Viverito. Pauletta M. l55.156.2-16,363 Vivona. Peter 133 Vlasek, Mark W. 274 Vo Thi Nhu Y. Voelker, Richard A. 259 Vogel. Donald C. 145,395 Vogel, Gusml 149 Vogel, Virginia L. Vogelsang Carol A. 94,l64.239,2-19.28 Vogt. Anthony W, Voigt. Anita A. Vojcak, Diane J. Volentine. Shirley' A. 298,395 Volkema, Kristine K. 249.291 Volkman. James W. 245 Volle, Lynn Carol 96.239.2-15,375 Vollralh. Bruce G. 363 Vonbehrens. Barbara Vonhatten, Judith M. Vonlanken. Roger Alan Vonlanken, Stanton Voris,James K. 363 Voris. Steven L. Voris. Valerie A. 301 Vornehm. MichaelJ. 253,375 Voudrie, Elmer C. Voudrie, Myrna Louise Voyles. Michael N. 266.289 Waddell, Leyla J. Waddell, Robert 174 Wade, Dena Gayle Wade. Kenneth L. Wade, Sally' Wadland, Malcolm Wm. 363 Waehner. Donna K. Waggle. Larry D. Waggoner.Janet K. 363 Wagfroner. Ruth J. 375 -e Wagner. Donald Ray Wagner. Gregory B. Wagner. James C. 395 Wagner. Kathy J. Wagner, Larry K. 134 Wagner. Lawrence C. Wagner. Lloyd W. Wagner, Lori M. Wagner. Marilyn R. 134 Wagner. Mary Ann 395 Wagner. Nancy Kay Wagner, Patricia A. 395 Wagner, Sarah C. 363 Wagner. Susan E. Wagoner. Phyllis A. 164.173 Wahlert. Elizabeth A. 124.363 Wahlig, Michael G. 56,l56.260,363 Waindle. Kathryn M. 242 Waite. Paula K. 363 Waite. Sharon E. Waiters. James 364 Wakefield. Ross J. 145.363 Wakeman, Jerry' Lynn Waldbillig, John S. -14.139 Walden, Geanetta S. Walden. .lohnC. 269 Walden. Mary E. 246.375 Walder. Sandra S. 395 Waldrep.Christopher 395 Waldron, Randall L. 264 Waldrop. Tara L. 249.395 Wales. Ruth Margert Walk, Karen S. 363 Walker, Carol S. Walker, David M. 364 Walker, Donna M. 395 Walker, Gary L. Walker. Harriett J. Walker. James A. Walker. Judy H. 364 Walker. Katherine H. 364 Walker, Sherry K. Walker. Susan Kay 364 Walker. Theresa A. Wallace. Ernest E. 364 Wallace. Karen S. Wallace. Susan C. Waller Philli John - P Walley. Linda J. 240 Wallis, Lois A. Walrod. Terre A. 243 Walsh, Danelle K. Walsh, James B. Walsh, James R. Walsh. Kevin C. Walsh. Mary Katherin Walsh, Michael E. Walsh. Rosemar L. 395 Walter. Walters Walters . James D. , Linda J. 395 Walters. Walters. Walters, Y Mary A. 93 Mark O. Robin L. Thomas A. 186.253 Wallman, Willix 127 Walton, Daniel M. 289 Walton. Darla S. 244.291.3535 Walton. Kris T. 375 Waltrip. Donald M. Waltrip. Patti 297 Wampler, William T. Wang. Shirley Su-Pin Worcham. David 364 Ward. Criag A. Ward. John H. Ward. Linda Carol Ward. Linda V. Ward. Maurice P. Ward. Paul Jerald l23.l76.375 Ward. Rebecca May Ward. Reginald J. 293 6.375 Ward. Sally' A. 243 Warbler. 278,279,280 Wareham. Jeanine S. 395 Warlel. Rhonda K, Warmoth. Linda R. 156.251 Warmoth. William Jes 2S4,288.375 Warner. Charles F. Warner. Edith A. 120.375 Warner. Robert P. 364 Warnick, Michael D. Warren, Carma L. 395 Warren. Carolyn P. Warren, Creta G. 364 Warren.Gary L. 212 Warren. Georgia Ann 375 Warren. Kathryn E. Warrington. Gloria J. 296,300 Warthen. Carolyn S. 142,375 Warthen. Marjorie E. 364 Wartsba ugh. Larry L. Wasehbusch, Susan .l. Washburn. Barbara K. Washburn, Ella Marte 296.300 Washburn, Glenda 36-l Washburn, Norma K. Wasmer, Linda L, Wasson. Donald Lee 375 Wulltlnr. Bun l30 Watkins. Larry D. 267 Walltln.r. Muri'Lut1 l4l Watson.Caroline 595 Walton, Cliarltct 144,145,136 Watson. Cletus E, Watson. E. Kathleen 242 Watson. Linda L. 143 Watson. Nancy 282,375 Watson. Patricia J. Watson. Ulestine Watles. Larry 364 Wattles. Cecil E Wattle Wattle Walls. Walls. Watts. Walls. s. Larry Gene worth. Mary' .1 Carey L. 299.375 Marilyn ldelle Michael F. 260 Norma J. 297 Waud. William Joseph Welnicke. Kathleen F. 365 Welnickc, Shirley A Welsh, Dalena E. 396 Welton, James Richard Wendel. Larry M 263.349 Wendell. Joy L. 243.303 Wendling. Roy D. Wennerstrom, Candace 78,365 Wenskunas. Patricia Wente. Kathryn A, 280 Wente. PamelaS. 163.164 Wenthe. Beulah C Wenzelman, Linda Lee 365 Werner. Karen L, Wiegand. Tom E, Wtegel, Douglas L Wtehle, Patricia A Wienke. Pamela G, Wiese.Jef1rey W, Wiese. Jessica H Waesstng, Leo Thomas Wieter. Mary S. Wikolf. Joan L 134.2-19 Wilbcr. Allegra Wilcox. Linda Jo 396 Wilcox. Nancy Louise 366 Wilcox, Tony D. 186 Wilcoxon. Louise C. 245 Werner. Kcnneth H. l86.l88,263 Werner. Phillip L. Wernsing. Susan K WernL.John R. 303 Werts. Charlene Wesemann. Edward Joh Wesley. Albert Carl Wesley. Patrick G. Wessels, Dean A. Wessels. Merlin L. West. Annita L. West, Charles E 289,365 West. David L. West. Ethel l. West. Gail E. West. Joseph Howard West. Patricia L. West. Susan Gay 396 Westa ll, Anita Sue 376 Westbrook. Joseph O, Westbrooks. Sandra Wtlcoxo Wilder. n. Peggy D. 396 MartinC. l2l.260,261,376 Wilefi. Curl l30 Wiley, James Philip Wiler, Roger 154 Wiley. Wanda 146 Wilhelm, Sheila M. Wilhelm. Warren ll6.286 Wtlhour, Ann E. Wilhour, Ross L W1lk.Claudta S. Wilke, Marilynn J. 143,396 Wilkens.Judith A. 301.376 Wilkerson. William P, Willtey. Carl L. 30,263.366 Wilking.GretaJ. Wilkinson, Mary Ann Will. Cletus Leo Will, Dana L. 244 Willan. Dennis B l34,l36.376 Willaredt, Cynthia 246 Westcott, Carole L. 296.365 Westcott. George 133 Westendorl, Janet J. l7l Westendorl. Judy K. 120.12-l.245,365 Westendorf, Mary Ann 365 Westerlield. Leigh P. Westlall. Donna Jean Westhofl. Mary M. 242 Wetzel, Candice .l. Wetzel. Peggy L, 249 WetLel. Stephen L. Wetzler. Thomas R. l03.260.365 Willaredt, Jeanne M. 102 Willhauer. Edward T. Wax. Becky J. Way. Allyn E. Wayne. James J. Weakey, C, lynn 365 Weakley. Richard A, Weasel, Shirley l4l Weasel. Teresa L. Weatherford. Becca J. Weaver. Deborah K. 242 Weaver. Gail Edwin Weaver. Larry Allen 127 Weaver. Thomas Lee 365 Weaver. Vera .l. 296.365 Webb, Gary L. 375 Webb, Jo Ann 395 Webb, Joseph D. Webb. Paul F. Webb, Rickey. Lebron Weber, Cheryl L. 90.365 Weber, Debbie G. 395 Weber. Kay L. Weber, Paul B. 212 Weber. Richard Allen Weber. Richard D, 2l2.265 Weber, Rodney L, Weber, Sara J. Weber, Stephen P. 365 Weber. Steven E. ISI Weber, Virginia Mari 294 Weber. William F. Webster, Connie Jo 240 Webster, Sandra K Weckel, Pamela K. Weeks. Randy G. l22 Weerts, John A. Wegeng. Aquina M. 242 Weger. Jorge R. Weger. Sue A. 240.286.3615 Wehrhetm. Richard R. 286,365 Wehrmann. Curtis H. Weibel, Karen Lynn 67,2415 Weidhuner. Robert I I4 Weidner. Dale W. Weidner. Daniel E. I l9.253,365 Weidner. Robert I33 Weidner. Terry 166 WeiIer.Julla l4lt.27ll,29-4.375 Weller, lVr1m't' 157 Weiler. William 166 Weinard. Bruce Alan 120.122.3633 Weir. Ba Weise. R rbara Jo oger Allen 259 Weishaar. Katherine Weiss. Richard S. Welborn Geor1eC Wever. Michael E. Wezenski, Judy 290 Whalen. Cornelius E. 172 Whalen. John P. Whaley'.Clarenee l00.l9t1.255.365 Whaley. Dorothy G Whaley. Pamela S. Whalin. Edwin 172 Whaling, Cynthia K, 396 Wharton. Debby C. Wharton. Robert 146 Wht'uIlc't'. Bruce' 154 Wheeler. Fredrick P, Wheeler. Gregory Len Wheeler. Jack L. Wheeler. Joy E. Wheeler, Judy L. Wheeler. Linda Jo Whicker. Gregory A. Willt. Whita White Whitc White White White Claudia I43 ere.John R her, John C. 281.365 her, Lillie Mae .Alan D. .Aletz 305 .Carol E. 376 White. Charles E. 365 White. Charles E. 365 White. Cheryl L. 396 White. David B. 396 White. David Lawrence White. Earl M. 267.287 White. Edward Leon While. Edward Walter White. Gene Joseph 260 White. Holly Colleen White. James W. White.Janis L. 125 White. Jean M, White. Keith 103.1 19.121 Whitc Lester A. White Linda A. 396 White Linda E. 143 White Loren K. 365 White Mary Beth White MtchaelS. 366 White Patricia Mae 366 White Randall L. Wl1i'lt'.Roher1 146 White. Robert D. White. Robert F, White. Roger W. White. Ronald Steven White. SuLan A. 376 White. Ton ' 293 Willenborg, Irene M. Willenborg, Janet B. Willenborg, Pamela A. Williams, BettieJ, Williams, Brian D. 396 Williams.Cathryn P. Williams, Cynthia L. Williams. Deanna Lyn 366 Williams, Denise Williams. Dianna M. 366 Williams Ed 274 Williams Elizabeth Williams. Frances M. Wi'lliani.r Glenn ll3 Williams. Henry E. 366 Williams. James Lloy Williams, James M, Williams, Jane R, Williams,Janice M. 366 Williams. Jennifer L. 366 WilliamS,John A. Wi1liams.John E. Williams, Kathleen A. Williams, Larry D. Williams, Lauren Williams, Linda L. Williams, Linda M. 287 Willian is, Lisa L. Williams. Mark T. Williams. Mary C. Williams, Michael S. 396 Williams. Nancy 366 William ir, Ned l I8 Williams, Patricia S. Williams, Richard J. Williams, Rosalind 88,366 Williams, Shirlee Williams. Steven C. 148.174.2250 Williams. Suzy I73 Williams.Thomas M. 366 Williams. Wanda L. Williamson. Anita L. 305.396 Williamson. Carol J. 245,366 Williamson. Ethel J. Williamson. James O. Williamson. Peggy J. Willian, Allan V. Willis, Barbara A. 376 Willis, Gail R, 305 Willis. Kathleen Willis, Robert S. Willoughby. Judith A. 376 Willretl. Bonnie J. l25.l72 Wills. Lawrence E. 304 . g y . Anne Louise Welch. Welch, Gary Lee Welch lrene Welch: Judith A. 395 Welch. Welch. Welch. Karen S. 298 Pamela J. 375 Randall L. x White. Ursula 292 White. Willie J. Ill Whitcd. Glenn W. Whiteside.Judy L. 305 Whiteside. Wesley 166.167 Whitlatch. George A. 269 Whitlow. Roger 146 Weldin. Jeanne M. WELH 281 Weller. Gregory E. Weller Hall Council 300 Weller. Michael Lewis 160.26-4.265 Weller. Stephen F. 264 Weller. Susan Brown Wellhausen. Wilbert 186 Wellons. Frances K. 396 Wells. David Paul 365 Whitler. ConnieJ. 125 Whitley. Joyce L. Whitley. Michael R. Whlller. Sltfphen I73 Whitney Whitsitt .cathy J. 249,199 ,Kelly R. 376 Whittaker. Nancy S. 167,174 Whitten. David L. Wh0'.r Who l00.l0l Wible.Clarence 146 Wells. George W. 268.376 Wells. Wells, Wells. Wells. John M. 253,365 Karen S. 396 Patricia D. 396 Ruth Marilyn 365 Wells. Sue Ann Wick. Jeanene L. Wickerl. Phyllis Gwe Wickerl. Rodney A. Wicks. Victor R. 186,255 Wicofl. Margaret A. Wiedemann. Margaret 366 Wilson. Annette T. 247.396 Wilson. Wilson. Betty E. l63,I64.376 Bonita Fay Wi1son,Carmen Marie Wilson.Cheryl D. Wilson. Dee J. Wilson, Eleanor M. Wilson. Elizabeth A. 125,396 Wilson. Gary A. 274 Wilson. George Bates 186.366 Wilson, Georgia A. 136 Wilson, Jane A. WiLrrn1.Jaan E. 300 Wilton,.l0t'lt 147.264 Wilson, Karen L. Wilson, Kenneth D. 257 Wilson, Kristina M. Wilson, Larry D. Wilson. Larry Dean 273 Wilson. Leslie D. Wilson, Martha S. Wilson, Michael Kent Wilson. Miriam Olive Wilson. Patricia A. 305 Wilson. Paul W. Wilson, Philip E. Wilson. Phillip D. Wilson,Tommy L. 194,198,254 Wilson, William 146 Wimberley, Diane 246.366 Wimm er. Michael A. Winans, Linda J, Winder, Alicia P. L. Winclers. EthelT. 118 413 Wylan 414 W indrmller. keith -X. W indt, W illtarn B W xnegarner, Xlary Lyn 246.27 1.366 Wnnet. Patricia A 396 W inget. Cheryl A W angler. W anda E W imeckl. Jerome E. W inings, karen S 396 Winkleblaek. Daytd Xl H1nklebll.t'A Roberl 114 Winkler Danny K W1nslovy.Brut:e E 257 W inslow. Donna '7.2-15,366 Winslow, Wendy Jane 163.174 W inter, Chris J W inter, Nlartlyn lx 396 Winter, Ruth A 1-13.376 W lnters. Dayid R W inters. lxathy A 396 Winters. Sheila J 376 Wmtersteen. Gary N1 Wirtala. Elaine N1 Wise, Pamela -X 245 Wiseman. Datid B 376 Wiseman. Nellie G W1s1'1Cwkl.l1Llyy1.1I'd Xl W isnieuski. Dale -X Wisovtaty,Chrusl1rve 396 W issehr, Ann C 3'6 W lthrovy, Donma F W ltrner. Bradley B W ntmer, Ruxsell N W itsman, W illlam Nl W lttenberg. Nlarc E Wittman. AnnC 251 W ock. Leroy lx Woehlhrandt.Conn1e L 376 Woehlhrandt. Ervin 376 Wohler. NlarlaJ Wohltman. Deberah R 125.1-17.150367 Wohltman. Wilma K Woneek. David P 268.376 Woycxk. SusanJ Wolle. Robert Royce Wo1fer,Joyce Diane I2-1.171.179.367 Wollersberger, Bruce Wolf-:rt. Catherine A Wolfl. DamelJ Wolll. Haroldl 304 Wolff. Rhonda L Wolk. Janet lx 245 Wolken. Randall G W olsleld, William M 303 Wolwtenholm. Ronald 396 Wolternnglonstanee Wo1tertng,Vlary L Wolters, Donald R Wolters. Nancy L Womack, Charles E Womens .-tlhleln' .4S.mt' 163 l4'un1en's Pnrriful Edutulwn Deparlnwnl Wonlena Rerreullanal ,-t trot' I0-1 Womena Residenfe Hull ,-tsxorlulirin 299 Women's Physical Ed Club 164 Wood. Amy A 62 W ood. Bette Jean 367 Wood. Car Wood. Cat ol Jean 67,249 hleen S W ood. Helen Klarte W ood. James W W ood. lxyle Daytd Horn! Leo nord 176 W ood. Rlnhtlfd S W ood, Robert H W ood. Wal l1amJ llorfdall. Thfmmt l59.160,212 Woodard. Charles H W oodlall. Joan 251.288 s Woodland. Stephen K -6-1.367 W oodley. Eyalyn L 396 W oodman. W oodrull. Cathy E 296 Pamela S. 396 W right. Walter E. Wrigh t. W arren Dean Wright. Winona K W'r1esrnskt.Judith A 396 Wuebbels. Dennis G 120,367 Wuellner. David C 396 Wuersch. Ben 297 Wuerseh. Jtm J. Wuerseh, Marilyn 297 Wurster. Barry R Wyatt. Nina Elise W yalt. Robert W Wyatt.Trudy A 396 Wyatt, W'illordG Wydra, Walter W Wyflels, Richard S. 161,217,305 d. Caran E 251 Woodruff, Rosemary D W oods. Anthony W W oods, Leslie D Woods, 'Nlary J 367 W oodyard. Carol Ly nn W oodyard. Peggy J 24-1 W ooleott. Anne M Wooleotl. Carol E 143.297 Woolen. Jeanette 376 Wooleter, Jerry B W ooley, Daniel W Wyler. Kenneth W. 298.396 Wtlur. Warne 118,120,298 Wynn. Randy B 253.376 Wy pyhoskt.Chrtsttne 396 Yaekle. Frank S 122.376 Yakey. Helen Louise Yakey. Sherman Floyd Yamamoto. Robert S. Yamka. James H Yandell, Richard W. Yarbrough. Mary E. 367 Woolrtdge. Norrita 163 Worden. Charles R Workman. Cathy L Workn1an. James R Workman,JaneA 294 Workman, Mary E 376 Workman, Pamela A. 376 Workman. Paul R 263 Workman. Paula D 305.376 Workman. Workman. Terry Alvin 161,186 Wendy k 164.390 Worman. Norma J. Worman. Roger A. Worms. David F Worner. Erie S. 376 Worstell, Beyerly S Worthen,Carolyn 243 Worthen. PatrtctaJ 396 Worthington. Jack Le Wotring. Christine A 396 w'0lCDCY3ll, Marian 123 Wray. Robert Todd Wright. Candis E. Wright. Cathy A Wr1ght,Danny'J 396 Wright. Datid Paul 118 Wright, Deanna ,l. 376 Wright. Gregory D. Wright. Julie E. 396 Wright, Katherine E. 246,396 Wright, Mary L 305 Wright, Mickey Roger Wright, Randall P 172.367 Wright. Sara K Wright. Steven E 145,253,367 Wright. Tavey Lea 367 Bob Sampson, in urging students to protest a hike in dorm fees next year, called for the group to march on the President's home. OFF'CAl'lPllS SUPPGU5 STUDENT SENFt1li Yargus. Larry D. Yarmolek.Lynnet1e K Yarnell, Brenda L 376 Yates. Betty J 294.376 Yates, Connie J Yates. Mary K 300,376 Yates, Michael A. I94.196,267 Yates. Roger Lowell 167,287,367 Yeakel.Di1ane R Yeakel. Martha Kay YCllUWlCW.P1lll'lCI3 Ycske. Yevin. Margie A. 396 George Bernar l'n1glmg.Hurriell 162 Yoder. Gary W 194 Yoder. Mary C. 240 Yoder. Sarah A. Yoho,Cynthia C. Yoho,Janet L Yonan H. Albert 263 Yonikus. Therese A. York. BettyC. 396 York. Douglas A, York, Linda S, York. Lois J. 396 York, N. C.Jackie York, Terry' James Yurmark. Leon S 253,367 Young. Beverly J. 136.297 Young. Cheryl N Young, Ellen 367 Young. Gary W. Young. Mary Margaret Young, Merita B. 396 Young. Patricia Young Repuhllranr 288 Young. Robin Lynn 243.367 Young, Ronald Carrol Youngblood. Wendy An 245 Youngdahl. Lei1.l. 376 Younger. Lucy F Younger. Robert Glen Yu, Marino 162 Zaharah. Mohammed A. Zablya,Rober1 117.123 Zat'hurt..lerr-1' l 15 Zachry. James E. 238,260 Zadtgian. Brian W. Zane, Gregory F 122 Zalar. Angela M. 248 Zanders, Eileen M. Zane. Kenneth F. Zane. Marion ll-l Zapotocky. Frank A. 264 Zaremba. James V. 27-1,367 Zarte. Peter Owen Zawaeki, Bernadette Zbiwden, William 123 Zetmts.Jan1ce G. 376 Zeller, Marilyn K. Zerkle. Linda C 163.164 Zid. Mary Ann 396 Zxebarth. Johnny P. 264 Ziegel, Eleanor 110 Zfegvl, William 1 10.1 1 I Ziegler, Deanna M. 396 Ziegler, Jane Ziegler, Lorene 123 Zieneina, Patricia A Zienkosky.James L. 269 Zieren. William C. 266 Zike. Raymond J. Zilewicz. Edward P, Ztlm, Andrew M. 260 Zimdars. Harlene A. 396 Zimmerman, Alice A. Zimmerman, Kenneth J. .367 Zimmerman, Richard W. 134,168 287 Zimmerman, Robert G. Zinannt, Leo Ralph Zindel. David L. Zinschlag. Paula J. Zlogar. Jules M. Zmick, Claudia P, 246 Zoology' Dtfparlrnenl 173 Zoo Seminar 174 Zuber, James J. Zuber. Jane P. Zuber. Katherine L. 367 Zuber. Llovd H. 171.294.1167 Zuber. Mary K. 367 Zubinsk1.Ellzabeth 291.396 Zulaul. Roger Dale 186 Zumbahlen. James L, Zunich, Joseph D. Zunk, Jim 265 Zwlrlyy. Gam' 133 Zupanci, Antoinette Zurek, James K. Some 2,000 students marched seven blocks off campus to President Doudna' home in an orderly march March 31 in protest of the hike The 1970 Warbler was planned and prepared by students of Eastern Illinois University and printed by off- set lithography by Walsworth Printing Company of Marceline, Missouri. The first 48 pages of the Warbler were printed on 80 lb. Warren Saxony paper stock. The remaining pages were printed on 80 lb. Warren Lustro offset enamel. End sheets were Wals- worth beige 80 lb. stock. There were two basic type fonts used throughout the book. The open- ing sixteen introductory pages were set in 12 on 14 Spartan Bold. The re- Specifications maining pages of the yearbook were in various sizes of Times Roman. Basic headlines for the Warbler were set in 24 point Times Roman and centered. The 1970 Warbler objectives for the year included the addition of 24 pages, 43 pages of four color photos, the addition of new sections of Per- sonalities, and an Introduction to Eastern section. Besides this. the Warbler invested in 52 pages of photo duotones and spot color primarily of tangerine and mist green. The cover for the 1970 Warbler 1970 Warbler Staff was designed by the main editors to coincide with the theme of "New Horizons." It was of top quality leath- erette sandstone, two-colored of orange and brown, and an embossed gold sun and band, which sat above a photo of the campus' Old Main. The binding of the book was case bound, smyth-sewn in l6's on IZ' side, rounded and backed, head and foot banded, end sheets tipped to first and last signatures. Press run was for 6,000 copies. Editor in chief . . . . . Diana Hall Dale Huber, Ron Isbell Layout editor , , I , , I Sally Gfabbg Staff Members ....... Karen Ford, Copy editor ..... . . . Julie Weiler Business Manager .... Suzy Hawkins Student Life ..... . . . Julie Weiler Personalities ....... Sally Grabbe Academics coeditors . . Donna Mink Janet Andrews Sports ..... . . . Ron Isbell Greeks ...... .... M ike Sluder Organizations ..... Margie Jackson Class Section ..... Sandy Nagrodski Special essay editor ........... Leslie Engelhart Photography editor . . Steve Williams Photographers .... Dennis Hoaglan. Roger Diggle, Scott Sickle Kathy Haines, Peggy Harmon Sandra Kramer, Anne Leonas Diane Martin, Gina Morgan Debbie Mullen, Joyce Novotny Deborah Paynter, Kathleen Perry Mary Pipek, Kathy Rendla Cindy Schraeder, Ellen Smatlak Carole Strohm, Carol Tomlin Kathy Treman, Ada Trover Pat Varel. Cindy Williams Elizabeth Wilson, Debbie Lynch, Marilyn Ahring, Becky McCollum, Patty Norman, Karen Odom. Linda Wilcox, Diane Ross, Becky Builta. s s v a 1 w Q Q -i IH WALSWORTII Marceline, Mn., U.S.A. 415 With the forming of flowers and buds,-to mark the beginning of a new Eastern year, the work of the 1970 Warbler comes toa halt. ' ' As a departing editor I will miss many of the antics of the pipe-covered rooms of Pemberton Hall basement - the regular Wednesday night staff meet- ings, the pizzas, the cherry turnovers, Dr. Peppers, the ringing sounds of WLS and the campus radio, the pang- ing of broken typewriters amid the groans of worried section editors. I'll espe- cially miss the Miami trip, the all-nighters, the staff giggles, and laughs result- ing from the "wrong" iokes "The skyline is a promise MOI a boundarrf' ' -John Mansfield in of photographer Steve Will- iams as he entertained the workers between rounds of picture developing. I shall not forget the wonderful cooperation which existed between my staff and me, especially all as- sistance from Sally Grabbe, Julie Weiler, Mike Sluder, and Steve Williams, my sev- en dependable- section edi- tors, and the remaining 30 workers. . I cannot disregard the re- assurance and time given to the Warbler by the publish- ers, Walsworth Printing, of the valued work of Paul Sud- low of Sudlow Photography, Danville, who was respon- sible' for all class pictures, many organizations, aca- demic, and the maiority of four color photos of the first 16 pages. . f It's been a real pleasure to work under the "radiant" smiles of Mr. Daniel Thorn- burgh, our advisor, who en- couraged and kept us ahead of our deadlines throughout the entire year. This in it- self is a unusual feat which would be hard to forget by any staff member. But most important of all, I can never forget the cooperation, time, and pa- tience of the administration, faculty, and students of Eastern. 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