Elmhurst College - Elms Yearbook (Elmhurst, IL)

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I I Editor: SHERRY DEMLOW Assistant Editor : DONNA WARTENBE Business Manager: MARILYN MEINHARDT Advisor: MR. P. HYLTON I mhars college 1 1 i I noi Elms 1964 Life at Elmhurst page 4 Athletics page 70 Organizations page 92 Administration page 116 Faculty Students As the College Union building neared comple- tion, students became eager for the day they could use it. Years of Planning Become Tangible The construction of the College Union building is one of the major steps in the Decade of Development. In the plans are a Fine Arts building and a Science Center. Commons will no longer stand. Seniors will miss out on the use of the Union, although they did have their banquet in the new cafeteria. 5 Busily filling out forms, freshmen have many more registra- tions to look forward to. Registration Begins Year for All Students One of the many things necessary to initiate freshmen into college life is registration. All at once, a new student finds himself in a line outside Chapel hall. This line is only the first in a series of lines he ' ll have to go through in about an hour. Soon registration — and other aspects of campus living — becomes almost automatic, and by the senior year, one wonders at all the confusion encountered as a freshman. 6 Upperclassmen Struggle for First Place in Annual Tug-of-War No. it ' s not the creature from the black lagoon — it ' s Eileen Leber, leading upperclassmen out of the mudhole. SGA President Jim Tschudy departs from his usual dignity to help teammates Neal Nicolay. ]irn Mennerick, and Russ Weigand (foreground) battle the determined frosh in a tug- of-war. Big and little sisters mingle at the Women ' s Union picnic in Wilder Park. Women ' s Union Introduces College to Frosh 9 Over from Classroom to Other Campus Areas President Robert Stanger receives an introduction to the speech clinic from Sherry Dernlow, speech major. Open House Makes Work of Speech Clinic Known Interested parents get tips from Sue Kokes, who led a demonstration at the speech clinic ' s open house. The college physician, Dr. Samuel Lewis, has his college headquarters in Niebuhr basement. College Health Service Benefits All Students Judith Reichhold, head nurse, and Mavis Grant, assistant nurse, help students stay healthy. 13 Familiar Sights Wilder Library is frequented by many Elmhurst students who seek material in addition to that available at the campus library. Since the college student ' s work is never done, he is lucky to have facilities which accomodate them- selves to his needs; such as this laundromat that never closes. 14 Greet Students During Walks Through Town Elmhurst students can be found in all corners of the town. Many cluster in the laundromats or " 31, " the favorite spot for ice cream. Others seek entertainment, in Elmhurst at the York theater or Elm Bowl, or in Chicago, many traveling there by commuter train. For refreshment, some go to Paradise — restaurant, that is. The Vil- lage Lantern, Cottage Hill and Keelers are other havens for the hungry college crowd. Homecoming plans evolve as committee members Marcella McLester, Mr. Oliver Langhorst, Mr. Roy Gieselmann, Wilma Ruhl, Karen Maronn and Bruce Hansen discuss the big weekend. Varied Activities Add Life to Elmhurst ' s Ruth Folk looks astonished at the sight of so much food. The occasion is the Thanksgiving dress-up dinner in Commons. Campus Gathered around Elmhurst ' s replica of the St. Louis arch are some of the many students from this city, ready to celebrate its bicentenial. 17 Students cook on a field trip at the Michigan dunes. Well-Rounded Students Combine Study and Fun Sandy Centner proves her ability at cheerleading tryouts. 18 Tired but victorious football team members are given an enthusiastic welcome home from their fans. Swimming in the pool located in the basement of the gym offers relaxation to the busy stu- dents. Freshmen Bill Oelhafen and Dave Stark are engaged in a yearly chore — removing paint from the lights at Homecoming time. Warm Weather Keeps Students Out on Campus Putting a shine to a lucky student ' s car are some ambitious E club me m- bers. 20 21 open house in Lehmann finds Karen Vollertsen playing cards with Larry Bunger and Paul Litzsinger. Provide Relaxation and Recreation Linda Tschopp, Aurie Weislo, Bob Kleck, and Marchan Carney use Niebuhr ' s lounge for card- playing. 23 Lane Dennis watches Jan Bollman hum to ac- companiment at the hootenanny held in Dink- meyer Lounge. Both FAmhurst students and young people not from the college perform at the entertaining program in Dinkmeyer. 24 Hootenannies and Parties Fill the Air with Song and Laughter Judie Wiebke and Mickey Roesch rake in the money at the Dinkmeyer Reno Party. 25 Annual Spring Members of the College Choir gather in front of Dinkmeyer with friends before their depar- ture for Texas and other parts. Accompanist Dianne Reschke and Gleeman Jerry Suhrheinrich proudly display the Club ' s sign. 26 Tours Take Choirs to Texas, Wisconsin, Washington, D.C. The Campus loses a sizable percentage of its popu- lation in the spring, when the choirs and Thea- tre go on tour for a week. Elmhurst College was represented from Dallas to Baltimore this past spring. Many students are recruited during tour, when they can learn more about the college from members of the various gioups. Rather than stuff telephone booths, Polyhymnia girls see how many they can seat on a cannon at Gettysburg. Poly gets male help in putting its sign on the bus. W5 LA GRAA 0£ TRA VS T CO. i ' PMj WJ mm) ' WBS Tying Joyce Taliaferro to a chair, Neil Longo plays the role of " The Tiger. " Cast and crew of " Period of Adjustment " by Tennessee Williams pose: Front: Bill Wood. Middle: Neil Longo, Phyl Gaulke, Vinni Wheeler, Clif Campbell, John Pantermuehl. Rear: Don Plautz, Judie Wiebke, Marti Fischer, Marjory Hurtel, Paree Sekeris, Bill Rabiega and director. Prof. C. C. Arends. Many Hours of Work Productions Add John Pantermuehl gives advice to newly-weds Paree Sekeris and Clif Campbell during their " Period of Ad- justment. " Behind Theatre Up to Viewing Pleasure Marjory Hurtel timidly ap- proaches John Pantermuehl in another scene from the play. Two characters from " Period, " Marti Fischer and Bil l Rabiega, enact a Christmas scene. Roving reporter Sue Schnell interviews Chad Mitchell at the reception following the concert. Good accompaniment helped make listening to the Chad Mitchell Trio even more enjoyable. Social Life Chad Mitchell Folk music again was featured in the Social Life special concert this spring. The Chad Mitchell trio entertained for almost two hours. Afterwards, there was a reception in Chapel hall, when many students met trio members personally. The exening was very enjoyable, and for it, special thanks go to Sandy Hopkins, who headed the committee that arranged for the trio to come. 30 Standing with the trio are special events committee members Dot Allrich. Sandy Hopkins ( chairman ) and Mary Beth Kir- by. Committee Brought the Trio to Campus Each member of the trio, in addition to his part in the group, also held his own on solo parts. Circus Time Brings Enjoyment to ' ' Parents ' ' and Children Adding to the nights entertainment were these dogs ivho ably performed. Senior clowns Boh Randall and Ken Ross whoop it up to bring wild laughter from young and old. 33 " I Wanna Hold Your Hand, " ivail the Versatile! in excellent imitation of the Beatles at the Campus Chest variety show, " The Purple Elephant Revue. " A Beauty Shop Quartet, composed of Irma Holub, Becky Martin, Joanne Preuss and Sandy Schaefer, sings sweetly at the Revue. 34 Funds Are Raised for Foreign Students by Talented Performers Bravely trying to recite " The Thip (by me), " Vinni Wheeler finally breaks down into tears. Supported by a chorus ( not pic- tured), Ruth Hotz sings " I Love " Do I hear $3? " asks auctioneer Gary Miller, who helped bring in $100 for campus chest. Auction and Car Smash Draw Enthusiastic Donors Proceeds of the Campus Chest drive will go to a foreign student on campus. Many events are held to raise money: a slave day, faculty-Amazon bas- ketball game, room clean, auction and variety show ( ' ' The Purple Elephant Revue " ) The service fraternity held a car smash and reverse slave day, proceeds going to the fund. Money raised by these events was awarded to foreign students Bob Hoo and Richard Nyako. Joe Fraccaro vindictively clubs an already beat-up car at the car smash held for campus chest by the service fraternity. 36 Diptiman Sengupta, Theresa Dupigny-Leigh, Gilles d ' Aigremont and Bob Hoo are four of the foreign students on campus this year. Elmhurst Attracts Young Peopl from Many Lands Foreign students answer questions at a chairman Paul Anderson looks on. Students come to Elmhurst not only from many parts of the country, but from all parts of the world. American students learn much from their world neighbors. This year, some of the foreign students held an " International Hootenanny, " at which they sang and danced numbers na- tive to their homelands. 37 One of the guest speakers leads an afternoon discussion group in Chapel hall. Lecture Series, Agora Bring Varied Speakers to Campus Carter Davidson was one of the lecture series speakers who spoke on Africa. m fit f ' :: • ' " i An excellent topic and three outstanding speakers made this year ' s lecture series one which was praised from all corners of the campus. The topic centered around Africa. Lecturers included Dr. St. Clair Drake, Stringfellow Barr, and Carter David- son. An Agora program brought Indiana University Young Socialist Tom Morgan to campus. Cliften De Berry, Socialist Workers candidate for president, also spoke at an Agora. Democratic candidate for Congress Jerome Ziegler waits for questions to be addressed to him. Foreign aid was the topic on which Stringfellow Barr lectured. Rev. Dietrich Wewerke, one of five German pastors touring American colleges and universities, answers questions in Dinkmeyer lounge. Campus and Guest Talent Perform in Assemblies and Recitals Shakespeare readings by faculty members, panto- mime, piano duetists, chamber music, and oral interpretation were some of the assembly programs presented on various Monday mornings through- out the year. Faculty and guest speakers led the campus in weekly Wednesday morning chapel serv- ices. One of the most excellent and entertaining as- semblies was provided by the hushand-wife piano team of Dallas Weekley and Nancy Ar- ganbright. Lois Beivley, member of the First Chamber Dance quartet that performed in the fall, ap- pears as an object in space during one of the numbers. During Religion in Life week, a religious art feitival was held. Various art objects, made by faculty, students, and townspeople, were displayed in the Chapel narthex. ' ' Our World — Our Response ' ' Religion in Life Week Theme Stimulating much thought throughout ReHgion in Life week was Mr. WiUiam Stringfellow, New York attorney who spoke on " Our World — Our Response. " Highlights of the week were a play, " Zoo Story " ; a discrimination day and a religious choral drama, " Circle Beyond Fear. " William Stringfellow speaks to a gathering in Chapel hall. 41 After the opening convocation, students go to their first classes of the year. Faculty and Guest Speakers Lead Campus in Worship Services 44 Memoriam The difference between sex and love is ex- plored by the group led by Rev. Robert Brad- bury. Boarding the bus headed for Green Lake. Wisconsin, are some anxious retreaters. With a sigh of relief upon the completion of finals in January, many E C ' ers went North to the re- treat at Green Lake, Wisconsin. Leading the dis- cussion on " Loving " was Rev. Robert Bradbury of Chicago. Despite the lack of snow, retreaters reported an enjoyable weekend, including in addi- tion to discussions, a hike, a movie ( " Room at the Top " ) and a soccer game. 46 Retreaters Delve into the Meaning of Loving An evening meal, brought from Commons, is informally eaten the first day. 47 HOMECOMING COMMITTEE: Row 1: Carl Zimmerman, Joanne Gunne- ma ., Lois Wintermeyer, Cindy Raitt, Lois Helm, Rich Harbart. Marc McLester. Row 2- " Uncle Pete " Langhorst, Mrs. Thorpe, Mr. Gieselman, Bruce Han- senT Dennis Brethauer, Dave Field, Don Stahlhut, Bill Wood, Bob Strong, Dorothy Weselman. " Roamin ' Holiday " Theme Dominates G al; Homecomin The Commuter float, " Roamin ' Re- gfl Recess, " was awarded first place trophy for the third consecutive year. 48 Niebuhr men prepare Jay for their second place float " Let ' s Rome All Over Them. " Dinkmeyer Hall took third place with their Australian float " Knock ' em Down Un- der. " Weekend Capped by a football victory over Illinois College and a student-written and produced play, this year ' s Home- coming proved to be one of the finest. Events began Friday with registration and came to an end with the worship service in Chapel Sunday. Other activities in- cluded the alumni reception, Glee Club reunion, semi- nars conducted by Dr. Clark and Dr. Halfter, class re- unions, the alumni banquet and business meeting, and the dance, held this year on campus. The weekend was extended an extra day with President Stanger ' s an- nouncement that there would be no classes on Monday to celebrate the football victory. 49 T.K. " Scores Record-Making Success " P.K. " AUTHORS: Marc McLester, Vinni Wheeler, Ken Ross, Bill Rabiega. Not pictured: Jean Indermark, x ' 64. Dave Rasche explains to Becky Martin that " Me without you is like Cinderella without her shoe. " 51 Locker room gaiety prevails among Don Taylor, Dick Kroll, Dennis Hotle, Ted Rodgers, and Gary Miller. Jays Win and Court Reigns Blue jay mascot (Linda Trimmel) and Presi- dent Stanger celebrate 14 — 6 victory over Illinois College. After circling the field, junior court attendants. Donna Due (escorted by Ed Hoefer) and Ruth Hotz, are presented dur- ing half-time ceremonies. Queen Barbara Mowchan is escorted by Don Taylor to receive her crown at " Fontana di Trent. " All bundled up and ready to face the cold winter are Bruce Hansen, Jerry Kupperschmidt and Bob Hughes. 54 Winter Brings Out Earmuffs and Christmas Spirit Christmas is a time of merriment, starting on campus and carrying over to student ' s homes during vacation. Commons takes on a festive air when the dress-up dinner is planned. Music fills the air; from very early in the morning as the Polyhymnia girls sing in dormitory halls, until later ' in the eve- ning, during the candlelight service in Chapel. The Women ' s Union Christmas tea provides a chance for women students to meet and socialize with faculty wives. Parties abound, from private dorm parties to the big student government party in Dinkmeyer. The spirit of Christmas is evident throughout the campus. Elmhurst coeds shop early for Christmas gifts. 55 Poly members Ruth Juengling, Linda Benzel, Sandy Schaefer, Judy Kehl, Linda Nelson, Donna W artenbe , Dotty Allrich and Mary Jo Schmitt shiveringly fill the air with Christmas music. Choral Groups 56 Serenade with Carols During- Christmas Season President Robert Stanger acts as host for Poly- hymnia girls, Becky Martin. Becky Lattner, Ruth Froeschner and Carol Hoefer. 57 Dinkmeyer Holds Its Annual Christmas Party i 4 Tender Women ' s Union Kangaroo court judge Lois Helm listens to page Sue Henerfauth read charges against Bev Stebel. Mrs. Donald Kleckner, and Sandy Centner, while " policemen " Dale Speckman, Neal Nicolay, and Ed Briggeman stand by. 60 Jim Tschudy lives the life of Riley as Ann Niensted carries his books, Lee Baum lights his pipe, and Cathy Zulauf holds his feet. Holds a Bachelors ' Holiday Weekend Grabbing their one big chance of the year, gals treat guys during the an- nual turnabout of Bachelors ' Holi- day. Themes of " Hearts, " " Lover ' s Leap, " and " The Tender Trap " dom- inated the period this year. Busy concentrating at the Bachelors ' Holiday game night are Marilyn Berg and Roy Stuerzl. Dave Rasche predicts great things for a sub- ject at the Black Cellar party as Nancy Payne, Bruce Hepner, Jim Meyers and Jim Harsh lis- ten closely. Schick ' s street dance includes the limbo in its program for the evening. 62 Ed Informal Parties Score Hits on Campus Games and Dancin Freshmen and sophomores compete in pajarna Niebuhr hall ' s dance draws a fun- loving crowd. Are Just Two of Many Activities Enjoyed Queen Ruth and Court Star at Beaming Prom court members pose with proud escorts: Pat Stock, Paul Anderson, Jan Scott and escort, Ruth Hotz, Warren Singleton, Linda Benzel, Dick Kroll, Judie Wiebke, and Bruce Murdock. Mart Is the Site of Junior Prom Merriment Held again at the M M club in Chicago, this year ' s Prom had " Ballet des Fleurs " as its theme. Ruth Hotz reigned as queen for the evening. The juniors couldn ' t have picked a more perfect night for their dance, for the weather was beautiful. A slow dance is elegant in the large M M room of the Merchandise Mart. Bluejays Make History OFFENSIVE TEAM: Row 1: Ed Briggeman, E; Glen Pomrehn, T; Paul Kalkbrenner, G; Don Taylor, C; Dick Kroll, G; Harold Schippits, T; Ted Rodgers. E. Row 2: Dennis Hotle, QB. Row 3: Gary Miller, HB; Dave Ek, FB; Dean Hack- ett, H.B. COACHES: Neal Blum, Wendall Harris (Head Coach), Lee Clausen. Seven ' ictories, one defeat . . . Team effort and individual performances at each game . . . Gained nation-wide pub- licity in small college circles . . . New Head Coach Wendall Harris along with assistant coaches Blum and Clausen planned victorious strategies throughout sea- son . . . QB Denny Hotle completes 40 out of 78 pass attempts good for 647 yards and 16 touchdowns and 6 conversions — new record . . . E Ted Rodgers catches 8 touchdown passes — new record . . . Best Season Since 1929 Broke school scoring record by tallying 248 points; average of 31 per game . . . Another record was an average of 319.2 yards of total offense . . . New mark of- 37 touchdowns . . . The departure of five seniors — HB Dean Hackett from Elmhurst, a running star; T. Glen Pomrehn of Chicago Heights, a " steam-roller " on the line; E Tom Riess from Elmwood Park, a leader in intercep- tions; G Paul Kalkbrenner from Cincinnati, a consistent, dependable watchdog on defense; and C Don Taylor from Warsaw, an experienced anchor of the hard charging wall will leave a gap that will be difficult to fill. Their contribution to the winning season is immeasurable and they will be remembered as long as Elmhurst fields a foot- ball team. DEFENSIVE TEAM: Jim Driskill, Rodger Miller, Gary Miller, Dennis Peterson, Phil Cargill, Glen Pomrehn, Dick Kroll, John Neuse, Tom Riess, Ron Teed, Paul Litzinger. Hotle to Ek against Northwestern College for victory number two. Victorious Scores E.C. Sept. 21 Lake Forest 14 47 Sept. 28 Northwestern 20 31 Oct. 5 Earlham 27 7 Oct. 12 111. College 6 14 Oct. 19 Rose Poly 12 47 Oct. 26 St. Procopius 13 41 Nov. 2 Concordia 12 34 Nov. 9 Principia Home Games 24 27 Coach Harris and senior co-captains Don Taylor and Paul Kalkbrenner. Scrimmage like this was usually tougher than varsity competition. Settle Old Scores Set New Records Dean (Mr. Outside) Hackett turns corner for touchdown against St. Procopius.- TEAM: Row 1 : Kramer, Pomrehn, Kloepping, Kalkbrenner, Kroll, R. Miller, Neuse, Schippits, Mali, Fraccaro, Dave Hotle, Grande, Ludwig. Roiv 2: Hem- pem, Driskill, Rodgers, Ek, Hackett, Dennis Hotle, Youngblood, Teed, Gary Miller, Litzinger, Peterson, Rochotte, Marinaccio, Manager: Steve Furman. Row 3: Assistant Coach: Neal Blum, Briggeman, Terrill, Brueseke, Murphy, Taylor, Cargill, Ayers, Ehlinger, Eilers, Riess, Butler, Head Coach: Wendall J. Harris. Hotle, Rodgers and Kroll in of- fensive play that completed many touchdown passes . . . Kroll, voted by his teammates as the most val- uable player of the season, was al- so named to the fourth team of the 8th Annual Peoria Journal Star All-Collegiate Team for the 1963 football season . . . We con- gratulate this 185 lb. guard from Ackley, Iowa, for his outstanding work to help the Jays in their 7 and 1 season. E. C. Jays in Action Our congratulations to Coach Harris on his winning season! Here he is carried on the shoulders of Ek, Rod- gers, Brueseke, and fellow teammates. Inexperience Hurts Matmen WRESTLING TEAM: Row 1: Warren Singleton, Dennis Hotle, Gary Noland, Pete Menconi. Row 2: Karl Ludwig, Cliff Ehlinger, Lee Marinac- cio, Jim Harsh. Jim Harsh, voted most valuable player on the team, is ready for action. Matmen ' s lack of experience only downfall . . . Squad picked up momentum last quarter of season outscoring U. of Chicago 19—13, and North Park 22—10 . . . Coach Harris has high hopes for next year with seven returning lettermen. Warren Singleton working for a pinning combination. Jays Have .500 Season Bruce Murdoch shoots from outside against North Central. Basketball squad gives Coach Schousen his best record in the past five years . . . Bodenstab led the team in scoring with 310 pts. and total rebounds 195 .. . Senior Ken Spiroff won the free throw trophy for the second straight year sinking 46 — 68 for a 67.6% . . • Team decides against giving most valuable player award . . . Steady play of Seniors Tom Riess, Rich Mauer, Ken SpirofT, and Bill Sir did much to help the squad . . . Next year Coach Schousen will build his team on five re- turning lettermen: Seniors, Phil Bodenstab and Bruce Murdock; Junior, Roger Rumpf; and Sophomores, John Dancy and Tom Tyrrell. Here ' s How They Did It i ncnn ' c S rnrphnntn E.C. Dec. 6 Lake Forest 56 77 Dec. 7 MacMurray 84 62 Dec. 11 North Park 60 66 Dec. 13 111. College 62 61 Dec. 14 Carthage 45 44 Dec. 27 Chicago Teachers 70 68 Dec. 28 Aurora 67 83 Dec. 30 Concordia 60 68 Jan. 8 Concordia 49 52 Jan. 11 Kalamazoo 69 72 Jan. 24 Concordia 65 67 Jan. 25 North Central 74 62 Jan. 29 111. Wesleyan 74 48 Feb. 1 111. Chicago 71 100 Feb. 4 Chicago Teachers 94 78 Feb. 8 Lake Forest 58 67 Feb. 11 North Park 55 52 Feb. 15 Carthage 80 56 r CD. 1 Q Til TprVi 111. lecn. 53 62 Feb. 22 Kalamazoo 77 69 Feb. 25 Rockford 51 72 Feb. 29 North Central 96 82 Home Games Tom Riess shoots over outstretched arms of Kalamazoo player. Phil Bodenstah outjumps Tom Guard of North Central and scores on a tip-in. Jays Take Third in Wheaton Cage Classic TEAM WITH TROPHY: Row 1: Cooper, Dancy, Tyrrell, Spiroff, Murdock, Wilde, Manager: Steve Furman. Row 2: Kistner, Bodenstab, Riess, Sir, Benecke, Rumpf, Mauer, Vann. Ken Spiroff passing to " big " man under basket. Tournament Play over Christmas Basketball team takes part in first Annual Chicagoland Cage Classic held at Wheaton College . . . De- feats Auror a and Concordia Teachers of River Forest . . . Claims third place in consolation bracket . . . Jays hold a trophy to be proud of. Bodenstab scores on reverse layup against North Central. Jays on Offense Dancy arches shot over III. College player as Spi- roff (22) and Rumpf (52) look on. Golf team has excellent sea- son .. . 18 — 3 — 1 . . . Most valuable player, Bruce Bullis, led the team with an average of 80 . . . Following closely were Bill Lamb 83, Ed Beaver 84, the team ' s best putter; Capt. Craig Steging 86, War- ren Singleton 86, Steve Bo- land 90, and Bruce Adams 99 . . . The team narrowly missed an invitation to partic- ipate in the N.A.I.A. Nation- al Golf Tournament held in Fort Vorth, Texas . . . Our congratulations to Coach Owen and the team for a fine season. GOLF TEAM: Row 1 : Craig Steging, Warren Singleton, Bruce Bullis, Coach Owen. Roiv 2: Bill Lamb, Steve Boland, Bruce Adams, Ed Beaver. Linksters Almost Make National Tournament Harriers Have Average Season CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Rozv 1: Cliff Pensyl, Bob Mills, Don Stahlhut. Row 2: Mark Wissehr, Art Rock, Clif Campbell, Coach Langhorst. Cross Country team finishes season with 5 — 4 record in duel competition . . . Clifl Pensyl received the most val- uable player award . . . Next year looks bright for Coach Langhorst as he will have the services of four returning let- termen: Cliff Pensyl, Art Rock, Don Stahlhut, and Mark Wissehr. Netmen make good use of new tennis courts . . . Team complies record of 5 wins and 3 loses . . . Senior Bob Hughes, who received the most valuable player award, teamed up with fellow Senior Bill Sir as the number two doubles team . . . Number one player Jan Den- nis and number three player Glen Kistner, both freshmen, did well in singles and teamed up as the number one doubles team . . . Coach Arends could come up with strong squad next year ... He will be fielding young but experi- enced players, namely: Juniors Jim Harsh and Paul Kummer, and Sophomores Jan Dennis, Glen Kistner, and Scott Stratton. Bill Sir serves like a pro to fellow opponent. Netmen Win 5 Out of 8 on New Courts TENNIS TEAM: Row 1 : Bill Sir, Bob Hughes, Jim Harsh. Row 2: Manager, Barry Wilson; Glen Kistner, Scott Stratton, Paul Kummer, Jan Dennis, Coach Arends. TEAM WITH TROPHY AFTER WINNING CHICAGOLAND IN- DEPENDENT MEET. TEAM TALLIED 68 POINTS. Row 1: B. Mills, L. Wolf, T. Riess, D. Stahlhut. Row 2: J. Boland, Coach Langhorst, Mrs. Langhorst, M. Shewchuk, R. Stuerzl. Row 3: J. Johnson, B. Schantz, D. Taylor, Manager: Terry Moye. Cindermen Burn Up Track with 14 — 0 Record Trackmen out do all other sports . . . Ran over colleges such as 111. Wesleyan, Lewis, U. of 111., Lake Forest, Concordia, St. Procopius and others . . . Scoring leaders based on individual points were Tom Riess (123 2), John Boland (100), Lee Wolf (52 2), and Mike Shewchuk (45) . . . Two college records were broken . . . The mile relay team of Wolf, Riess, Stahlhut, and Shewchuk set a new record of 3:25.9 . . . Soph. Lee Wolf easily ran past old record in 440 setting the new one at 49:1 . . . Although the loss of Seniors Tom Riess, Mike Shewchuk, Don Taylor, Ken Strong and Bob Mills will be deeply felt, the remainder of the squad will be returning next year with the hope of equalling this year ' s tremendous season. Riess on way to victory in 120 High Hurdles. I [ TRACK TEAM: Row 1 : Don Stahlhut, Roy Stuerzl, Rumpf, Tom Riess, Hank Wezeman. NOT PICTURED: Bob Mills, Karl Kindt, John Boland, Lee Wolf, Row 2: Roger Miller, Jim Jensen, Jerome Johnson, Mike Shew- Ray Wood, David Ek, Bob Schantz, Don Taylor, Roger chuk, Ted Rodgers, Art Rock, Ken Strong. Elmhurst Takes Sixth in E.I.I. Meet This year ' s E.I.I, saw Elmhurst pick up I3 2 points . . . Riess, most valuable player on team, led the scoring for E.G. with 8 pts. ... J. Boland, M. Shewchuk, and the mile relay team also placed in the meet . . . The " A " Division saw Eastern 111. take 1st with 60 pts. . . . The " B " Division saw Grinnell take 1st place with 58 pts. Special recog- nition should be given to " Pete " Langhorst who again organized the entire meet, making it a tre- mendous success. Half-miler Shewchuk at his best in E.I.I. Meet. High Jumper Jim Jensen strains to clear cross bar. E.I.I. COURT: Queen: Barbara Mowchan, Judie Wiebke, Lesley Evans, Sandy Centner, Sue Vorhees. Nation ' s Best Tom O ' Hare easily wins mile at E.I .1. Anchorman Wolf on final leg of mile relay. Freshman J. Boland leaping his way to 3rd place in E.I.I. Schousen ' s ' 64 baseball squad kept up with past years to tally a 1 1 — 7 record . . . Team hampered by rainy weather, but blue skies per- mitted 18 games . . . Senior men finished season with good records . . . Ken Spiroff led team with B.A. of .321, 20 hits and 2 H.R., along with some excellent pitching; Dave Bowers had B.A. of .292 and played w ell in right field; Steve Grande had B.A. of .227 and led team in R.B.I. ' s with 10; and Ralph Cooper held all honors in his pitching duels with an E.R.A. of 1.23 . . . Needless to say these men will be greatly missed, but without eflforts of fellow team- mates the Jays would have been left scoreless. Murdoch waits with determination for ball that catcher will never receive. Box Scores E.C April 11 Lewis 5 4 April 11 Lewis 1 0 April 14 Wheaton 2 3 April 15 Aurora 1 2 ♦April 23 St. Procopius 1 2 April 25 Kalamazoo 2 7 April 25 Kalamazoo 1 . 2 May 2 111. Tech. 0 6 May 2 111. Tech. 3 2 May 7 North Central 2 7 May 7 North Central 5 3 May 8 Wheaton 9 4 May 11 Chicago Teachers 1 2 May 12 111. Tech 7 14 May 15 111. (Chicago) 6 7 May 19 Lewis 6 4 May 20 Lake Forest 0 1 May 21 Aurora 7 3 Home Games Ken SpirofJ crossing plate after long home run. Baseball Squad Helps Make ' 64 Best Year Ever for E.C. Athletics BASEBALL TEAM: Row 1 : Manager: Steve Furman, Goecks, Mike Cummins, Ron Eppert, Phil Cargill, Bruce Murdock, Danny Mell, Don Eppert, Ralph Cooper, Charles Cap, Ron Radke, Ed Butler, Cliff Ehlinger, Ken Cliff Pensyl, Bill Shigetani, Dave Bowers. Row 2: Bob Spirof?, Steve Grande, Coach Walter Schousen. 87 CHEERLEADERS: Keiko Tajii, Sue Vorhees, Sandy Centner, Barbara Mowchan, Karen Koehler, Kathy Riemer, Susan Henerfauth. Cheerleaders Lead Jays Through Most Successful Season! MISS BLUEJAY AND HER SQUAD: Row 1 : K. Tajii, Advisor: S. Davies, Miss Blue jay, S. Henerfauth. Row 2: K. Koehler, S. Vor- hees, S. Centner, K. Riemer, B. Mowchan. Seven enthusiastic girls boost spirit and pep . . . Results were evident . . . Planning and practice would have been unorganized without the aid of a good advisor . . . Sue Davies did her job well . . . Cheerleaders added other assets to campus life . . . Dances, pep rallies, team send offs, and being an influence to a proud student body . . . Miss Bluejay, new addition to squad, added brighter spirit to games . . . Co-Captains Barbara Mowchan and Keiko Tajii, along with other seniors Kathy Riemer and Karen Koehler, will long be remembered in the line of great cheerleaders . . . Their contribution to the squad will be a difficult one to replace. E-GLUB: Row 1: Ralph Cooper, Bob Hughes, Dean Hac- kett, Steve Grande. Row 2: Warren Singleton, Gary Miller, Dick Kroll, Dennis Hotle, Bruce Murdock. Row 3: Ed Bea- ver, Paul Kalkbrenner, Art Rock, Ed Briggeman, Bob Mills, Dave Bowers. Row 4: Don Taylor, Mike Shewchuk, Craig Steging, Don Stahlhut, Dale Hempen. Paul Litz- singer, Don Eppert. Row 5: Hal Brueseke, Bill Sir, Steve Furman, Barry Wilson, Bill Eilers, Jim Meyers, Ron Eppert. E " Club Challenges Athletes E-Club represents unique challenge to every athlete who wishes to join ranks with the organization . . . Challenges to instill and maintain sportsmanlike conduct on the Elmhurst Campus . . . Club organizes and sponsors many campus activities . . . Kick off Dance, banquets, club-faculty basketball games, car washes, E.I.I, activities . . . Out- standing achievements in intercollegiate athletics recognized by campus at annual athletic convocation . . . E-Club presented annual " Athlete of the Year " award to Tom Riess for his third straight year . . . Closing event of convocation was the presentation of " Hylton-Roberts Award " to Bob Hughes for his outstanding academic as well as athletic achieve- ment . . . With recent increase of interest in athletics, E-Club looks ahead to a bright and growing future. E-GLUB OFFICERS: Row 1: Vice Pres.: D. Kroll; Pres.: S. Grande. Row 2: Treas.: D. Bowers; Gorresp. Sec: S. Furman; Recording Sec: D. I.M. FOOTBALL CHAMPS; SECOND FLOOR NIEBUHR: Row 1 : Bob Mutton, Dave Bowers, Lee Lawson, Dale Mar- shall. Row 2: Tom Bentz, Ron Yunker, John Jeffery, Ed Kur- mann, Dave Wilson. Some Were Lucky Enough to Win! Intramural program grows with addition of ping pong and tennis . . . I.M. heads, Steve Furman and Cathy Zulauf, planned and organized another year packed with co-ed competition . . . Traditional teams of foot- ball, volleyball, basketball, badminton, and softball were organized and played . . . Results of proud win- ning teams were posted immediately after games . . . Both men and women looked forward to final champi- onship games with great enthusiasni . . . Some played for exercise and fun while others were out to win from the start . . . And some did . . . This year ' s unpictured basketball champs were: Women — " The Amazons " ; Men — " Second Floor Irion. " LM. VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS; SECOND FLOOR IRION: Roiv 1 : Paul Anderson, Spencer Browning. Don Stahlhut. Row 2: Bill Eilers. Ken Strong, Phil Cargill, Bill Rabiega. VOLLEYBALL VICTORS; SENIORS: Row 1: Ruth Folk, Dorothy Weselman, Ruth Kolze, Kathy O ' Neill. Row 2: Joanne Gunnemann, MaryAnn Helt, Marilyn Lammert, Shirley Shingu, Mary Broadhead. WRSE- Row 1- D. Emmett, B, McComb, N. Tepas, K. Kalal Dr. Low. Row 2: G. Friebus, M. Fleming, D. Scodellaro, G. Pertl, R. Wittick, J. Magnetta, B. Wilson, J. Melter. WRSE, WRSE FM Campus Radio Provides Music, Discussion, News of Social, Cultural, Athletic Events Barbara McComb broadcasts national, The turntable is basic equipment for engineer Mike Fleming. local and campus news for WRSE. 94 ELM BARK EDITORS: R. Greenwood, photography associate ed. ; J. Terrill, feature ed.; S. Schnell, assistant ed.; L. Urbaniak, business manager ; R. Roussin, news news ed. ; G. Kupperschmidt, sports ed. ed.; Dr. Lipp, advisor; P. Stock, ed. -in-chief ; W. Gruen, Elm Bark Campus Newspaper Featured Articles by Foreign Students, Coverage of National Events ELM BARK STAFF: Row 1: R. Flagman, M. wehr, S. Todd, V. Porter, W. Summers, G. Berg, C. McGawn, M. Chapp, D. Tooker, D. Adams. Row 3: N. Longe, W. Brettman, D. Stahl- Klaus. Row 2: M. Stone, A. Eimer, M. Land- hut, H. Wezeman. 95 Elms College Yearbook Relies on the Photography Staff to Snap Candid Action, Posed Organization Shots ELMS: Row 1: M. Eble, layout ed. ; S. Hohman, typing Spross, C. Hoefer, D. Klaus, M. Meinhardt, business mana- ed.; A. Hansen, photography ed. ; S. Demlow, ed. -in-chief ; ger. Not pictured: J. Wiebke, sports ed.; L. Helm, copy D. Wartenbe, assistant " ed. ; M. Miller, ident. and index ed. ; P. Hylton, advisor, ed. Row 2: C. Barrett, B. Lemmons, R. Froeschner, K. 96 SGA Brought Dynamic Action to Campus Wrote New Constitution, Organized Activity Leaders SGA CABINET: Row 1: D. Plautz, 1st V.P.; W. Singleton, business manager; D. Ford R. Weigand, treas.; J. Tschudy, pres.; K. comm. rep.; R. Brodt, soc. life ch. ; W. Wood, O ' Neill, sec; S. Furman, ath. life ch. Row 2: 2nd V.P. ; B. Hansen, rel. life ch. SGA president Jim Tschudy pre- pares his letter for the home- coming booklet. SENATE- Roiv 1- W. Summers, S. Samonek. R. Lattner. K. Ross, B. Steble, M. McLester, E. Leber, L. Urbaniak. T Carlson K. McSweeney. Row 2: D. Klaus, P. Schwer, Row 4: D. Rasche, S. Hopkins, A. Matthei, P. Anderson, k. Hooton, D. Gumper, D. Benecke, J. Kehl. Row 3: Row 5: D. Dickbernd, Dennis Hatle, D. Plautz. Senate Meetings Air Opinions of Constituents on Important Matters Affecting Campus Government SOCIAL LIFE COMMITTEE: Row 1: L. Helm, S. Mennerick, Dennis Hotle M. Uthlaut S Centner, M. Pohlman, R. Brodt, C. Raitt, K. McSweeney. Row 2: J. Kirby, E. Bnggeman. Row 3: R. Landolt, N. Nicolay. Three SGA Standing Committees Coordinate, Schedule, Review Campus ReUgious, Social, Athletic Events RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE: Row 1: Dr. Stanger, Rev. Schieler, B. Hansen, R. Wells, N. Allison, L. Baum, P. Maack. Row 2: Dr. Limper, K. Kelley, Rev. Goetz, T. Bentz, R. Hanz, Miss Hensley, S. Ritschard. 99 RESIDENT ADVISORS: Row 1: R. Wells, N. Allison. Murdock, K. Spiroff. D. Fredrickson, R. Weigand, E. L. Baum, M. Berg, M. Krage, S. Schaefer. Row 2: B. Long, R. Harbart. Student Advisors Aid and Inform Residents, Council of Dorm Leaders Provides Liaison Between Men ' s and Women ' s Dorms INTERDORM COUNCIL: Row 1 : B. Willin, seke, treas. ; L. Price, pres.; H. Youngblood. Not M. Kneeland, sec; C. Cullom. Row 2: H. Brue- pictured : K. Strong, J. Carlson, R. Stuerzl. ■ : n SHICK RESIDENCE COUNCIL: M. Stone, S. Schnell, R. Peplies. Women ' s Residence Councils Review Infractions LEHMAN RESIDENCE COUNCIL: C. Ta bott, M. Landwehr, L. Hauck. DINKMEYER RESIDENCE COUNCIL: Row 1: A. Weislo, L. Be 2: H. Ambacher, A. Hemess. Hall Councils Basic Governing Bodies, Give Structure and Enforcement DINKMEYER HALL COUNCIL: A. Yoerges, treas. ; K. Maronn, v.p.; L. Price, pres.; B. Willin, sec. SCHICK HALL COUNCIL: Row 1 : L. Baum, dent. Roiv 2: N. Schaefer, -A. Niensted, J. Carlson, A. R. A.: P. Freiberger, treas.: C. Cullom, pres.; S. Gonser, S. Samonek. Schnell, v.p.; L. Nelson, sec; J. Reichhold, head resi- NIEBUHR HALL COUNCIL: Row 1 : J. Bett- R. Wood, R. Wilde, R. Stuerzl, G. Kupper- man, sec.-treas. ; H. Brueseke, pres. ; E. Kurman, schmidt. D. Lambert, head resident. Row 2: R. Nayako, IRION HALL COUNCIL: Row 1: D. Eppert, K. Strong, pres.; D. Eschenbrenner. Row 2: L. Mar- inaccio, G. Stinchcomb, D. Scodel- laro, H. Youngblood, C. Pensyl. LEHMAN HALL COUNCIL: M. Landwehr, v.p.; R. Metzger, sec; M. Kneeland, pres.; E. Politis, treas. Committee of Nine Oversees All Women ' s Govemment COMMITTEE OF NINE: I. Gardner, C. Andres, S. Ritschard, A. Hansen, S. Schnell, S. Maples, B. Tague. Not pictured: R. Nolte, E. Gablcr. J Board Provides Appeal Board, May Take Punitive Action JUDICIAL BOARD: A. Herness, C. Andres, L. Hauck, J. Stephens, J. Streich, M. Stone, M. Helt, Miss Hensley. Debate, Shick Speech Contest, Forensics Enable Students to Gain Practical Experience in Speech Field 1 s Stan Sumner, Al Kanitz and Harold Morris seek information and plan strategy for debates. Harold Morris, junior speech major planning to teach secondary speech and drama displays the trophy he won by placing first in the annual Shick Speech Contest. Committed Groups Study Books with Religious Meaning COMMITTED GROUP: Row 1: D. Tooker. ]. Beerhalter, N. Allison, C. Andres. Row 2: R. Rumpf, Mr. Szillat, R. Allen, K. Grunewald. Bell Ringers Accompany E. C. Choir CHAPEL BELL RINGERS: Row 1: P. Streich, C. Andres, B. Lantz. S. Samnnek, K. Sheehan. R. Hanz. Row 2: A. Herness, B. Linnartz, B. Krejci, D. Hoefer, R. Bonesteel, E. Bohl. The Elmhurst College Choir, Formerly Chapel Choir, Also Acquired New Robes in 1964 THE ELMHURST COLLEGE CHOIR: Row I: K. man, P. Lyke, A. Dempsey, J. Gunneman, R. Bonesteel, Grunewald, A. Kanitz, G. Adams, B. Lantz, R. Hanz, C. C. Lauritzen, D. Secrease, P. Streich, A. Hemess Row 4: Andres, S. Samonek, E. Scheck, P. Gaulke. Row 2: K. M. Krage, C. Stock, A. Remertson, J. Kushman L. Sheehan, C. Zimmerman, A. Knight, K. Uthlaut, J. Ne- Helm, E. Bohl, D. Hoefer, R. Brodt, B. Krejci, R. Hotz. use, S. Maples, B. Linnartz, A. Gonser. Row 3: E. Kol- 107 THE POLYHYMNIA: Row I: R. Juengling, K. R. Martin. Roiv .3: M. Berg, C. Petrzilka, N. Wan- Schoening, D. Wartenbe, R. Lattner, |. Urbank, W. gerin. S. Hopkins, J. Preuss, J. Buchholtz, M. Ruhl, L. Benzel. Roiv 2: D. Allrich, L. Nelson, J- Schmitt. B. Nussman. Not pictured : K. Waltz. Kehl, I. Holub, K. Wojahn, C. Hoefer, S. Schaefer, Elmhurst ' s Women ' s Choir Sings at Chapel Services Poly girls rehearse secular and religious music for weekly and tour presentations. THE GLEE CLUB: Row 1: B. Warren, J. Ayres, J. Fraccaro, R. Aisenbrey, R. Weigand, R. Ran- dall. Row 2: R. Happel, D. Rasche, W. Barrows, R. Harbart, H. Schippits, W. Gruen, K. Ross. Row 3: W. Wood, R. Kroll, R. Brakemeyer, D. Plautz, D. Fredrickson, E. Long, E. Briggeman, J. Tschudy. Row 4: N. Nicolay, H. Brueseke, J. Sur- heinrich, D. Schimelpfenig, J. Bettman, D. Speck- man, G. Maples, A. Weyerstall. Glee Club Gives Concerts in Chicago Area, in Chapel 109 Who ' s Who Selects Outstanding Seniors WHO ' S WHO COMMITTEE: Randy Knudsen and Sue Henerfauth aided in selecting deserving E. C. seniors for the national Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. Orientation Committee Plans Freshman Activities FRESHMAN ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: Row I: B. Mowchan, Mr. Swords, Miss Hensley. Row 2: Mr. Colburn, J. Koob, Mr. Denman. 110 WOMEN ' S UNION CABINET: Row 1: S. Hener- Ruhl, sec. Row 2: C. Zulauf, ath. ch. ; S. Ritschard, soc. fauth, treas.; K. Uthlaut, pres.; S. Schaefer, v.p.; W. ch. ; L. Helm, pub. ch. Women ' s Union Sponsors Circus for Orphans SNEA Brings Lectures, Films on Education STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION AS- Johnson, M. Helt, Dr. Glazebrook. Row 3: D. SOCIATION: Row 1 : J. Goetz, G. Liljestam, L. Proctor, G. Lopatka, C. Ott, A. Yoerges, Mr. Stroettker, V. Holberg. Row 2: M. Furlong, J. Wukasch. E. C. ' s Honor Society Is Composed of Outstanding Scholars from Junior and Senior Classes HONOR SOCIETY: P. Hatmaker, B. Nussman, J. Kirby. HONOR SOCIETY: Row 1 : R. Wise, B. Steble, L. Urbaniak. Row 2: E. Long, R. Randall, J. Tschudy, W. Gruen. 112 PI KAPPA DELTA: Row 1: K. Grunewald, K. Hooton, L. Apicella, S. Tucker. Row 2: H. Morris, A. Kanitz, A. Kay, R. Lloyd. Roiv 3: D. Kaiser, Dr. Low, Mr. Gow, S. Sumner. Pi Kappa Delta Honors Debate, Forensics Participants Pi Gamma Mu Honors Social Science Majors PI GAMMA MU: Row 1: C. Steging, R. Hughes, G. Kupperschmidt, J. Melter, C. Zulauf, W. Ra- R. Wise, J. Hensel, M. Fischer. Row 2: B. Wilson, biega, R. Jorgensen, T. Sheldon. 113 CAMPUS CHEST COMMITTEE: Lois Helm and Ed Long planned the auction, variety show and all other activities connected with Campus Chest week. Campus Chest Raises Money for Cause Decided by Students Business Club Offers Opportunity for Discussion BUSINESS CLUB: Row 1 : M. Meinhardt, Dennis Johnson. L. Howies, Row 2: Mr. Gaz- mararian, A. White, R. Hughes. J. Meyers. Mr. Andrews. Row 3: T. Nagy, R. Weigand. J. Dawson, E. Jolas, B. Wilson. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB: Roiv 1: Dr. DeRoo, R. Stone, C. Van Slyke, Dr. Holbrook. Row 2: P. Knuti, J. McFadden, A. Frost. Psych Club Discusses Clinical Projects Ski Club Gained Practice on Winter Ski Weekends SKI CLUB: Row I: R. Ciucci, H. Ambacher, N. Jamieson, A. Lyford. Row 2: S. Stratton, W. Eldridge, Mrs. Nielsen, Mr. Nielsen, E. Scheck. 115 administration acxx stud ents Dr. Stanger, President of Elmhurst College, handles his administration from an office in Lehman Hall. President of College, Board of Trustees, Active in Decade of Development Dr. Stanger and Louis Macro, contractor , lay the cornerstone for the College Union building. 118 BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Row 1: Dr. L. Hammerschmidt, G. P. Wirth, Jr.; Dr. E. J, Goebel, ' 27; Rev. H. Wintermeyer, ' 34; Dr. R. C. Stanger, ' 18; Row 2: E. Strobel, ' 38: L. H. Goebel; Dr. F. R. Daries, ' 13; Rev. P. Bloesch, ' 35: Rev. C. C. Hoskinson: T. H. Price, ' 35; Dr. E. W. Brueseke, x ' 25; Dr. M. Bass, x ' 21; Rev. W. Borneman, ' 46; E, Baumrucker, x ' 38. Not Pictured: Dr. D. R. Lang, ' 28; A. Morstadt; A. E. Studt; Dr. F. C. Ailrich, ' 33; A. C. Buehler; P. C. Fleer; R. W. Giesecke: Dr. A. Gonser, ' 28; P. Kaiser, x ' 35; F. Kixmiller, ' 12. Board of Trustees Determines Policies, Establishes Financial Program, Governs Development The College Union is the first building established during E.C. ' s development program. 119 Deans Administer Academic Affairs, Aid Students, Admissions Seek New Students, Registrar, Recorder Aid in Course Establishment, Selection mtm -•tr MM Donald Kleckner— Ph.D. 1953 Dean of Collese A.B., Heidelberg College, M.A., Ph.D., Uni- versity of Michigan. William Denman — M.A. 1961 Dean of Students Assistant Professor of Psychology, B.S., Pur- due University, M.A., University of Oregon. Marjorie Hensley — M.A. 1962 Assistant Dean of Students Assistant Professor of Psychology B.A., M.A., George Washington University. Robert Gentry— M.S. 1962 Assistant to the Dean of Students Director of Men ' s Residence Halls, Instruc- tor in Psychology. . .B., Hanover College; M.S. Indiana University. Robert Swords— M.A. 1952 Registrar and Associate Professor in English B.. ., M..A,., University of Chicago. Chads C. Skinner— B.A. 1961 Director of Admissions B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University. Donald Sinclair— B.A. 1963 Assistant Director of Admissions B.. ., Elinhurst College. Edward Johnson— B.S. 1957 Director of Development and Public Re- lations: B.S., Iowa State University. Lynne Dalla — Recorder Charles Andrews— M.B. A. 1963 Instructor in Business Administration M.B. A., Bowling Green State University. Latham Baskervill — M.F.A. 1947 Assistant Professor of Art B.F.A., M.F.A., School of the An Institute, Chicago. Neal Blum— M.A. 1959 Assistant Professor of History B.S.. M.. ., Uni -ersity of Minnesota. James Case— Mus.D. 1961 Assistant Professor of Music B.S.M., Illinois Wesleyan College; M.S.M., Union Theological Seminary; Mus. D., Philadelphia Conservatory. Patricia Clark— M.A. 1958 Instructor in English . .B., Park College; M.A. University of Chicago. Robert Clark— Ph.D. 1962 Assistant Professor of Philosophy A. B., Elmhurst College; B.D., Chicago The- ological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Chicago. 120 The Elmhurst Faculty Is the Backbone of the College 5 Instructors Teach, Advise Co-Curricular Activities Garry Colburn— M.A. 1959 Assistant Professor of Speech B.S., Texas Weseleyan College; M.A., North- western University. Gordon Couchman— Ph.D. 1958 Professor of English B.A., Iowa State University, B.A., B.S., Co- lumbia University, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Arnold Davidson — M.A. 1964 Instructor in English B.A., M.A., University of Chicago. Robert DeRoo— Ph.D. 1950 Professor of Psychology B.S., North Central College; M.A., Ph.D.. Northwestern University. Robert Eaton — M.S. 1954 Assistant Professor of Economics B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers Col- lege; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Alfred Friedli— A.M., Ped.D., 194 7 Professor of Sociology and Education A.B., Central Western College, A.M., Washington University, Ped.D., Catawba College. George Gazmararian — M.B.A. 1961 Assistant Professor in Business Administration, B.S., M.B.A., University Detroit. Ruth Glazebrook— Ed.D. 1962 Professor of Education B.S., E.D., Central Missouri State College; M.A., Ed.D., University souri. Ronald Goetz— M.A. 1962 Instructor in Religion B.S., Northwestern University, St. of Teachers of Mis- B. Har- vard Divinity University. School; M.A. Northwestern John Gow— M.A. 1961 Assistant Professor of Speech B.A., Allegheny College; M.A., State Uni- versity of Iowa. Donna Gras— M.A. 1954 Assistant Professor of French B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers Col- lege; M.A., Northwestern University. William Half ter— Ph.D. 1948 Professor of Philosophy A.B. Elmhurst College; B.D., Eden Theo- logical Seminary; M.A,, Washington Uni- versity; Ph.D., Yale University. Wendall Harris Assistant Professor of Physical Education Mrs. Hernandez Instructor in Piano T. B. Holliday— E.E. 1961 Assistant Professor of Physics B.S.E.E., M.S.E.E., E.E., Purdue University. 121 Many Faculty Members Conduct Research Projects, Write Scientific, Literary Articles, Books, Theses Mirian Howie — M.A. 1962 Instructor in Spanish B.A.. Smith College: M.A., Smith College Graduate School. Mirian Jones- M. A., 1950 Assistant professor of Spanish B.A.. M.A., University of Illinois. John Jump— Ph.D. 1958 Professor of Biology B.A., Swarthmore College; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Maybelle Kohl— Ph.D., 1956 Professor of Business . dministration B.A., University of Wisconsin: M.A., North- western University: Ph.D., Columbia Uni- versity. T. Howard Krueger— Ph.D. 1950 Professor of Music B.M., University of Wisconsin: M.A., East- m an School of Music; Ph.D., State Univer- sity of Iowa. Oliver Langhorst— M.S. 1933 Professor of Physical Education B.S., M.S., University of Illinois. Armin Limper — Ph.D. 1954 Assistant Professor of Christian Education A. B., Elmhurst College, B.D., Eden Theo- logical Seminary; Ph.D. University of Chi- cago. Frances Lipp — Ph.D. 1961 Assistant Professor of English B. . ., Uni -ersity of Michigan; M.A., Uni- versity of Michigan; M.A., University of Cali- fornia: Ph.D.. ' ale University. Donald Low— Ph.D. 1953 Professcir of Speech B..A., M.A., State University of Iowa; Ph.D., Northwestern. Wilmer MacNair— M.S. 1961 Instructor in Sociology B.A., Park College; B.D., Chicago Theo- logical Seminary; M.S., University of Wis- consin. Maude Meyer— M.S. 1939 Assistant Professor of Physical Education B.ED., Northern Illinois State Teachers Col- lege: M.S., University of Wisconsin. Keith Neilson— M.A. 1962 Assistant Professor of English A. B., Princeton University., M.A., Univer- sity of Chicago. Doris Nice— M.A. 1963 Instructor of Math B. A. University of Missouri, M.A. DePauw University. Herman Ogren— M.S.. Ph.D., 1961 Assistant Professor of Biology B.S., University of Wisconsin: M.S., Mon- tana State University; Ph.D., University of Southern California. Harold Owen— A.M. 1956 Assistant Professor of Physical Education A.B., William Jewell College; A.M., Uni- versity of Missouri. 122 E.C. ' s Faculty Are Available for Conference and Consultation, Aid Students with Papers Projects William Peatman— M.S. 1963 Instructor in Chemistry B.A., Harvard University, M.S., Northwest- ern University. Rudolf Priepke— Ph.D. 1960 Professor of Chemistry B.S., Elmhurst College; U.A., Ph.D., Duke University. Rudolf Schade— Th.D. 1946 Professor of History B.S., M.A., Columbia University, B.D., S.T.M., Union Theological Seminary; Th.D., Northern Baptist Seminary. Robert Schieler— B.D. 1959 Chaplain of College Ripon College Eden Theological Seminary; Garrett Theological Seminary. Royal Schmidt— Ph.D. 1948 Professor of Political Science and History B.S., Lewis Institute; M.A., Ph.D., Univer- sity of Chicago. Donald Stoner, B.D. Instructor in Christian Education, B.S. Ed., Ball State Teachers College; B.D., Chicago Theological Seminary. Rudolf SziUat— M.A. 1963 Professor of German B.A., University of Illinois, M.A., North- western University. Dorothea Thorpe— B.Ed. 1957 Instructor of Physcial Education B.Ed., University of California. Gertrude Tripp — B.A. 1957 Instructor of Secretarial Training B.A., University of Wisconsin. Walter Wadepuhl— Ph.D., 1946 Professor of German B.A., College of City of New York; A.M., Columbia University, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Fellow of the International Insti- tute of Arts and Letters. Marie Wellington— Ph.D. 1954 Professor of Spanish, Director of Language Lab A.B., St. Mary-of-the-woods College; M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University. Ann Whelihan— M.A. 1961 Assistant Professor of Speech A.B., Rockford College; M.A., University of Wisconsin. James Williams — A.M. 1960 Instructor in Greek and Religion A. B., Emory University; D.B. Garrett Bibli- cal Institute; A.M., Northwestern University. Mary Zink— M.S. 1958 Assistant Professor of Mathematics B. A. Ed., Iowa State Teachers College; M.S. State University of Iowa. 123 Secretary Kathy Hooton, Coach Wendall Harris, Presi- dent Jim Bracher, Treasurer Ron Wilde and Vice Presi- dent Ray Wood were selected as officers and advisor of the freshman class. Officers Plan Freshman Sponsored Activities Their first registration is usually quite a trial for freshmen. Following orientation, Freshmen become an integral part of campus life. Jeannie Adams Ron Aisenbrey Dick Allen Dorothea Allrich Gary Anderson Richard Anderson John Anstedt Linda Apicella Joel Ayres Bill Baas Karen Baker Alexa Barclay Carol Barrett Dorris Barthold John Bettman Cheryll Blank Karen Bobeng John Boland Steve Boland Rolland Boldon Karen Bozarth James Bracher Randy Brakemeyer Mike Brun Bill Brynjolfsson Donald Burden John Burgher Ed Butler John Cecot Charles Cap Sandy Centner Margaret Chapp 125 Freshmen are enthusiastic Jon Chestnut Jane Christianson Irene Ciangi David Clark Truman Coble Virgilia Cozzani Sue Crosby John Dancy Kathryn DeGraff Jan Dennis John Dietzel Marie Eble Andrea Eimer Carol Evans Becky Fauth Pat Freiberger Terry Freitag Ruth Froeschner Elaine Gabler Joyce Gannon Arthur Geen Steve Geiersbach Erie Gibson Bob Goecks Lynn Goldberg Richard Golden Ann Gonser Leslie Gooding Margaret Griesinger Marj Groover Karl Grube Kay Grunewald 126 I the first week. Then classes start. Ron Gump Dave Gumper Gail Hafner Dale Hahne Nancy Hanks Lois Hauck Nancy Havens Jean Hess Carol Hoefer Sheryl Hohman Kathleen Hooton David Hotle Marge Hurtell Bob Janke Robert Johnston Bob Jordan David Kaeser Ron Cottrell Arthur Kay Carol Kemp Karl Kindt Mary Beth Kirby Debbie Klaus Beverly Klemme Ellen Kolman George Komada Margie Kraft LeRoy Kramer Carol Kramsky Bruce Krejci Nils Krengelis Carole Kulwich 127 Frosh try to appear inconspicuous Diane LaBombard Edward Lackner Jim Langdoc Bonita Lantz Becky Lattner Barb Lemmons Laura Leppla Robert Lindfors Bernie Linnartz Neil Longo Karl Ludwig Linda Lutzow Gilbert Maple Lee Marinaccio Paul Martin Leslie McClain Carolyn McGawn Mary Ann McPherson Mike Meinhardt Rodger Miller Karen Moudry Jacqueline Mraz Tom Murphy Richard Nagel Becky Nelson Ervin Nerius Jonathan Neuse Gary Noland Ruth Nolte Barry Norfolk Richard Nyako Bill Oelhafen 128 but their beanies and " greenness " give them away. Pat Parulis Janice Pederson Cherie Petrzilka Ruth Plagman Elaine Politis Naomi Poltrock Carl Priepke Ron Radke Charles Radloff Theodora Rasch James Rea Cheryl Romaine Ed Roth Roger Rumpf Janet Russel Mike St. Clair Shirley Samonek Joan Sarantos Esther Sauermann Bill Scheib James Schlaf Beth Schmiechen Mary Jo Schmitt Pat Schwer Rosalyn Seader Paree Sekeris Bill Sellar Diptiman Sengupta Kenvi Sheehan William Shigetani Barbara S ' idler Ken Smith 129 Frosh add variety to campus life — bring new talent, fresh ideas, Marilyn Smith Susan Smith Kathy Spross Richard Stauffer George Stehlik Suzanne Stelcher Janice Stephens Frank Stetter Wayne Stevens Gene Stinchcomb Marilyn Stone Scott Stratton Mike Sulli an Wanda Summers Lillian Sutter Barry Sweeny Joyce Taliaferro Norma Sue Taylor Beth Thomas Judith Thomason Donna Tooker Raymond Traugott Sally Tucker Tom Tyrrell Dan Urban Jan Urbank Sue Vorhees Mary Kay Wallace Patti Wanderer Nancy Wangerin Barry Warren Dick Weiland athletic Skill and Spirit. The sophomore class elected Don Stalhut, president; Kathy Xinos, secretary and Dale Hempen, vice president. Officers Provide Organization of Semi-Formal Junior Ruth Hotz accompanied by Jerry Koob and the Kounts entertained at the semi-formal " Pink Champag,ne. " Sophomores return to classes. Paul Anderson Beth Antal Jim Arnolde Dale Balgemann Philip Balsmeier Nils Bangtson Ward Barrows David Barth Joan Beerhalter Tom Bentz Madaline Billingsley Ed Bodene Chester Borowy Karen Bowman Diane Braiden Bob Braude Page Brink Hunter Brown Jane Buchholtz Marjorie Bullamore Larry Bunger Charles Buzek Phil Cargill Joyce Carlson Marchan Carney Michele Cascino Louis Colvis David Crackel Carroll Cullom Ken Dorn Jim Driskill Cliff EhHnger 133 I Sophomores face increasing demands — Bill Eilers Dave Ek Don Eppert Ron Eppert Lesley Evans Diane Foster Gary Friebus Iris Gardner Brian Garrison Sandy Goltl Carol Gould Syhia Gruel Cheri Gutman Roger Hanz Jim Harsh Cheryl Hefner Dale Hempen Dave Hilgenberg Kayleen Hillebrand Dave Hoefer Lois Hogstedt Jim Hiirlbut Joseph Iraccaro John Jeffrey Ernst Jolas Diane Kasjaka Judy Kehl ' Bob Kelly William Kloepping Maureen Knceland Ann Knight James Kolkmeier 134 like those placed upon them by f rosh-soph competition. Monika Kowal Judi Krusinger Ellen Karasek Bill Lamb Russ Landolt Mary Landwehr Gerald Lavengood Gary Lawler Chuck Lockyear Phyllis Maack Dale Mahal Sue Martschinke Alan Matthei Barb McComb Paul McKee Kathleen Mellor Ruth Metzger Fred Meyer Paul Meyer Jim Meyers Marti Miller Tom Moncada Kathleen Moore Terry Moye Cliff Monger Bob Mutton Linda Nelson Harry Nichols Ann Niensted Nancy O ' Steen Cheryl Patton Nancy Payne 135 Sophs ' brains and ingenuity are taxed — Glen Pertle Dave Procter Ruth Rahmeier Cindy Raitt Dave Rasche Richard Ream Carolyn Reid Don Riemer Carmine Robertson MaryLou Rogge Judith Rohrbacher Kurt Rose Becky Roussin Brian Roberge Mary Liz Rutecke Nancy Schaefer Dave Schimelpfenig Harold Schippits Sue Schnell Ken Schultz Donna Schultz Denny Scodellaro Alyce Seegers Margaret Simpson Ron Snavely Don Stahlhut Jerry Stalzer Sandy Stilwell Bruce Stone Judy Streich 136 preparing for the Sophomore Semi-Formal. Bob Strong Vivian Swanson Carol Tabatt Jack Terrill Diana Thorsen Sandra Todd Linda Trimmel Marty Uthlaut Karen Vollertsen Axel Weyerstall Millie Williams Lois Wintermeyer Lee Wolf Mary Kay Worth Cathy Xinos Harold Youngblood Diane Zeumer Diane Zwygart 137 Lois Warkentin, treasurer; Joanne Goetz, secretary; Dave Dickbernd, vice president and Bruce Murdoch, president aided in handling junior goodies and plans for the prom. Officers Manage Most Important Junior Event — the Ballet de Fleurs was held at the M and M Club in Chicago. Juniors make major decisions Susan Adams Carole Andres Harold Bade Ed Beaver Alan Bennett Linda Benzel Marilyn Berg Elaine Bohl Charles Bolinger Ed Briggeman Bobbie Brodt Spencer Browning Harold Brueseke Dennis Carlson Lee Conners Joyce Damm Sherry Demlow Barbara Dennison Dave Dickbernd Alice Drees Donna Due Bill Eldridge Marynelle Engelhardt Dennis Fernandez 139 Juniors are faced with choosing majors, rings, Martha Fischer Dave Ford Mary Forrest Dennis Fredrickson Mary Ann Furlons Jan GaUtz PhyUis Gauike Suzanne George Regina Gilman Joanne Goetz WilHam Grant Dick Greenwood Michael Hahne Alice Hansen Judy Hansen Rich Harbart Janet Harris Gail Hart Sue Henerfauth Annette HernesS Irma Holub Dennis Hotle Ruth Hotz Lee Howies 140 and the theme for the Junior Prom. Dennis Johnson Jean Johnson Karen Johnson Ruth Jordan Ronald Jorgnsen Ruth juengling Kathy Kalal Noel Kalis Georgine Karras Leslie KaufFman Jim Kirby Randy Knudsen Marita Krage Dick Kroll Karen Kruse Marlene Langohr Mary Lauer Eileen Leber Bob Lenz Grace Liljestam Alan Lyford Pat Lyke Karen Maronn Don McCuIlough 141 The class sells " Junior Goodies " Frank Megyery Marilyn Meinhardt Dan Mell Peter Menconi Gary Miller Harold Morris Ann Paziotopoulos Roselyn Peplies Dennis Peterson Don Plautz Sally Ann Pohlman Virginia Polk Ken Poris Carolyn Prehn Robert Prescott Bill Rablega Charles Sands Barb Schaack Sandy Srhaefer Edward Schell William Schmidt Warren Singleton Dean Sproul Carl Stock 142 BH in dorms, at football games and dances. Pat Stock Roy Stuerzl Jerry Suhrheinrich Stan Sumner Joan Thiel Stan Trumbull Larry Vonasch Bill Walker Lois Warkentin Donna Wartenbe Bobbi Wells Judie Wiebke Sue Wiekle Barb Willin Bill Wood Fred Young Carl Zimmerman Cathy Zulauf 14-3 Who ' s Who Nominees Selected, Two Deserving Seniors Jim Tschudy and Ken Ross were selected for Who ' s Who membership. Senior Class Officers Organize, Lead Class in Activities Dale Marshall President David Field Vice President Dorothy Lammert Publicity Chr. Lynne Price Secretary 144 Seniors look forward to graduation and careers. HILDE AMBACHER Mathematics ANITA ANDERSON Speech Correction BONITA BAKKEN Mathematics LARRY BARTON Liberal Arts CARLA BASTIAN Spanish DENNIS BARTLETT Economics LEE ROSE BAUM Christian Education RICHARD BEHRINGER Philosophy FRED BERCHTOLD English TERREN BERG History CHARLES BODENSTAB Business Administration JANICE BOONE Biology DAVID BOWERS Economics MONIQUE BOYD Mathematics MARTIN BRACKEN Speech MARY BROADHEAD Sociology KAREN S. BROWN Education KAREN BUCHHOLTZ Education 145 Senior Class presents graduation gift, plants CATHERINE CARLSON English RALPH COOPER History SUSAN DAVIES English DARLENE DAVIS Education JOHN DAWSON Business Administration ALLAN DEMPSEY History DARAL DeNORMANDIE Education JANE D ' ISA Speech Correction DEE EGGER English RUTH FOLK Education JENNIE FONG Business Administration ELLEN GROENEVELD Education JOANNE GUNNEMAN Education DEAN HACKETT Business Administration LINDA HEERWAGEN History MARY ANN HELT Education JENNIFER HENSEL History CHARLINE HILDEBRAND Mathematics 146 traditional tree, conducts Senior Week activities. BARBARA HOLTZ Education SANDRA HOPKINS Sociology ROBERT HUGHES Business Administration NANCY JAMIESON Education PAUL KALKBRENNER Mathematics ALFRED KANITZ History ROBERT KENDALL Psychology ARDELLE KLAUS History PAUL KNUTI Psychology KAREN KOEHLER Education SUSAN KOKES Speech Correction RUTH KOLZE English JAMES KOOB Philosophy JACK KOSSON Mathematics GERALD KUPPERSCHMIDT History 147 Senior year brings job interviews, student teaching, EDWARD KURMANN History MARILYN LAMMERT Education HAROLD LANDWEHR History LYNDELL LANGE Education MARC I A LA VERY History MARY LITZSINGER Nursing LYNDA LOKAY History EDWARD LONG Philosophy JOHN MAGNETTA Physics SANDRA MALOTTKE English SHARON MAPLES History REBEKAH MARTIN Music Education JOYCE MARTINO Education MARCELLA McLESTER Biology KATHRYN McSWEENEY Spanish ROBERT MELONE Physics JAMES MELTER History JAMES MENNERICK History 148 graduate school applications, marriag DOMINIC MICCOLIS History KENNETH MIES Philosophy JEROLD MILLER History ROBERT MILLS Business Administration BARBARA MOWCHAN Sociology DAVID NAEFE Political Science KENNETH NELSON Business Administration KAREN NOVARRO English; French BARBARA NUSSMANN Mathematics DENNIS O ' BRIEN Music Education KATHLEEN O ' NEILL English ROSALIE OSINSKI Speech Correction VIVIAN PANN History DAVID PAVLETICH Business Administration TED PETERSON Mathematics VIRGINIA PORTER Spanish JOANNE PREUSS Music Education MARY RAIVIO Elementary Education 149 Many Seniors will return to classes in the fall ROBERT RANDALL Psychology DL NNE RESCHKE Elementary Education KATHRYN RIEMER Spanish THOMAS RIESS History MARY LOU RING Elementary Education SHIRLEY RITSCHARD Christian Education LILLIAN ROBERTS Elementary Education MURIEL ROESCH French: English NATALIE ROSE Education KENNETH ROSS Philosophy PENELOPE ROSS Spanish WILMA RUHL German KAREN SCHOENING English GUDRUN SCHOTTLER Education VERNA SCHWAGMEYER Elementary Education SUSAN SCOVVN Education DENNIS SECREASE History ERLA SHARER Christian Education 150 as either students or teachers THEODORE SHELDON History SHIRLEY SHINGU Psychology PHYLLIS SIEGER Speech Correction WILLIAM SIR History DALE SPECKMAN Philosophy KENNETH SPIROFF History BEVERLY STEBEL History CRAIG STEGING Business Administration PAMELA STREICH Music GERALD STRINGER Physics LaVERNE STROETKER Elementary Education BARBARA TAGUE Christian Education KEIKO TAJ 1 1 Elementary Education DONALD TAYLOR Business Administration NANCY TEPAS Mathematics JAMES TSCHUDY Philosophy LARRY URBANIAK Mathematics KATHRYN UTHLAUT Elementary Education 151 E. C. has provided academic, cultural, spiritual and social learning. LORENE VanHOOSE Elementary Education ROBERTA VICTOR English KATHERINE WALTZ Music RUSSELL WEIGAND Business Administration CAROL WEIMER Education AURELIA WEISLO English DOROTHY WESELMAN Elementary Education VLNNI WHEELER Speech and Dramatic Art A. LOYD WHITE Business Administration BARRY WILSON Business Administration GARY WILSON Business Administration WILLIAM WINTER History RICHARD WISE Geography ROBERT WITTICK Business Administration KAREN WOJAHN Elementary Education GEORGE WOOD Chemistry Alvina YOERGES Elementary Education MARVIN ZIELINSKI Psychology 152 ADAMS, Patricia S., Mt. Prospect, 111., Lib- eral Arts. , AMBACHER, Hilda K., Chicago, 111., Math- ematics, Activities: SNEA 1,2,3, Vice Presi- dent 2; Dorm President 3; Residence Council 4; Biology Lab Assistant 2; Biology Dept. Secretary 3,4; Intraniurals 1,2,3,4; Homecom- ing Dance Committee 4; Ski Club 4. ANDERSON, Anita Lynne, San Carlos, Cali- fornia, Speech Correction, Activities; SNEA 1; Dorm Council 3; Intraniurals 3,4. ASCHENBRENNER, William A., Lombard, 111., Psychology. , ,„ , BAKKEN, Bonita Jean, Bellwood, 111., Math- ematics. BARTLETT, Dennis Reed, Northlake, 111., Economics. . BARTON, Lawrence Allan, Riverside, 111., History, Activities; Pi Gamma Mu 4. BASTIAN, Carla Jeanne, Hinckley, 111., Spanish, Activities; SNEA 3,4; Choral Union 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3; Language Lab Assist- ant 3,4. . . BAUM, Lee Rose, Belleville, 111., Christian Education, Transferred from Belleville Junior College 2; Activities: C.C.F. 2,3,4; Vice-Presi- dent 3; Religious Life Committee 3,4, Secre- tary 3, Chairman of Religion-in-Life Week 4; Who ' s Who Committee 3; Women ' s Union Circus Booth Co-chairman 3; Intraniurals 3; Church Vocations 2,3,4; Committed Group 3, 4; Lenten Devotional Booklet Co-chairman 3; Resident Advisor 3,4; Assistant Head Resi- dent, Schick 4. BEHRINGER, Richard L., Elk Grove Town- ship, 111., Philosophy, Activities; Cross Coun- try 1; Elm Bark 2; W.fl.S.E. 3. BENTLE ' V, Thomas F., Des Plaines, 111., BERCHTOLD, Fred A., Chicago, 111., Eng- BERG, Terren George, Berkeley, 111., Physics and History, Activities: Baseball 1,2,3; Hock- ey 2,3,4; Intramurals 3. BODENSTAB, Charles C, Lombard, 111.. Business Administration. BONESTEEL, Robert A., Villa Park, IIU Music, Activities; Orchestra, President 3; Band, Pres. 3,4; Elnihurst College Choir, As- sistant Business Manager 4, Assistant Direc- tor 4; Woodwind Quintet, M.E.N.C. Presi- dent 4, Choral Union. BOONE, Janice L., Elmhurst, 111., Medical Technician, Activities: Choral Union 2; Sen- ate 3. BOOTZ, Cherie Lyn, Evansville, Ind., Span- BOWERS, David, B., New Athens, 111., Eco- nomics, Activities: Baseball 1,2,3,4; E Club 2, 3,4 Treasurer 4; Sophomore Dance Commit- tee 2; Dorm Council 2; Intramurals 2,3,4. BOYD, Monique Rose, Northlake, 111., Math- ematics, Activities: Intramurals 1,2,3; Elms 2, 4; Social Life Committee 2; Senate 3; Epsi- lon Mu Sigma, Secretary 4; Ski Club 4. BRACKIN, Martin L., Bensenville, 111., Speech. BROADHEAD, Mary Beth, LaCrosse, Wis- consin, Sociology. Activities: Dorm Council 1; Women ' s Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Bachelor ' s Holi- day Committee Chairman 4. BROWN, George Arthur, Bensenville, 111., Music. BROWN, K. Sue, Elmhurst, 111., Education. Activities ' : S.N.E.A. 4. BUCHHOLTZ, Karen Ann, Eitzen, Minn.. Education. Activities; Chapel Choir 2,3; Cho- ral Union 1,2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 3,4; Residence Council 3. „ . , BUERGER, Meta Louise, Lake Zurich, 111.. Education; Activities; S.N.E.A. 3 CARLSON, Catherine Louise, West Chicago, 111., English. COOPER, Ralph James, Downers Grove, 111., History Activities: E Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Athletic Committee 4; Intramurals 2.4. COTTLER, David Norman, Elmhurst, III., Business Administration. D ' AIGREMONT, Gilles Pestourie, New York, New York, History. DAVIES, Susan Hall, Maywood, 111., English, Activities: Cheerleading Advisor 3,4; Dormi- tory Secretary 3; S.N.E.A. 3; Women ' s Intra- murals 2,3.4; Dormitory Wing Counselor 4. DAVIS, Darlene, Elmhurst, 111., Education, Activities: Choral Union 3; Intramurals 3. DAWSON, John E., Elmhurst, 111., Business Administration, Activities: Bowling Team 1; Theatre Guild 1.2,3, President 3; Women s Union Circus Lighting Chairman 2; Elmhurst College Theatre Technical Assistant 2; Home- coming Business Manager; Business Club 2, 3 4. ElEMPSEY, Allan James, Baltimore, Md., History, Activities; Chapel Choir 1,2,3,4, Busi- ness Manager 3, President 4; Bell Ringers 1. 2,3; Business Manager 2; C.C.F. 1,2,3, Presi- dent 3; Jr. Goodies Committee 3; Homecom- ing Dance Committee 4. DENORMANDIE, Daral V., Evergreen Park, 111., Education, Activities: Polyhymnia 1; Stu- dent Service Committee 4; Women ' s Union. DIGGELMAN, Carol J., Elmhurst, III., Chemistry. D ' ISA, Jane Blair, Spring Grove, 111., Speech Correction, Activities: Homecoming Show 1; ■Women ' s Union Decorations Chairman for Christmas Tea 1; Nominating Committee 2; Prom Committee Co-Chairman 3; Choral Un- ion 2; Homecoming Court 1,3,4; Prom Court 3; Residence Council 3. EGGER, Dec E., Murphysboro, 111., English. Activities; Cheerleaders, Intramurals. EIERMANN, Robert A.. Maywood. III.. Chemistry. ENGLISH, Patricia B., Villa Park, III., Lib- eral Arts. . ERDMANN, Raymond Erwin, Des Plaincs. 111., Busi ness Administration. FIELD, Dav ' d Grover, Northlake, III., Speech Correction, Activities: Senate 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Campus Chest Committee 3; Homecoming Show 4; Class Vice-President 4; Student Service Committee 4. FOLK, Ruth Anne, Ann Arbor, Mich., Edu- cation, Activities; S.N.E.A. 3; Dorm Council Vice-President 1; Residence Council Chair- man 1; Committee of Nine 1; Women ' s Un- ion 4; Circus Committee Chairman 3; Intra- murals 4. FONG, Jennie, Chicago, 111., Business Admin- istration, Activities: Elm Bark 1,2; Homecom- ing Court 2; WRSE 3; Choral Union 3,4; Women ' s Union Circus 4; Creative Writing Club 4. , FORD David Lawrence, Berkeley, Biology. FURMAN, Stephen J., Villa Park, III His- tory, Activities; Basketball Manager 1,2,3.4; Baseball Manager 1,2,3,4; Football Manager 2,3,4; Senate 1.3; Student Government Ath- letic Committee 3,4, Chairman 4; E Club 1, 2 3 4; Corresponding Secretary 4; Elm Bark 1,2,3,4, Sports Editor 3; Elms Sports Editor 2: Intramurals 2,3,4 ; WRSE 3.4. GORDON, Carole Patricia, River Forest, 111., Business Adm ' nistration. GROENEVELD, Ellen, Jessie, Bellewood, III-, Education, Activities; Chapel Hhoir 1; S.N.E.A. 3,4. , „ , GROTEFELD, William Stewart, Oak Brook, 111., History. . , GUNNEMAN. Joanne Ruth, New Brighton. Minn., Activities; College Choir 1,2,3,4, As- sistant Business Manager 2. Secretary-Treas- urer 3, Choral Union 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; C.C F. 3; Homecoming Seminar Chair- man 4; Winter Retreat Committee 2; Resi- dent Advisor 3; S.N.E.A. 3. HACKETT, Dean Myron, Elmhurst, III.. Business Administration. Activities; Elm Bark Photographer 1,2; E Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1, 2,3.4; Track 1,4. HANSEN, Betty Elizabeth, Elmhurst, III,. Ed- ucation. HATMAKER. Paulette Louise, Downers Grove. III., French. HAYES, Barbara A., Elmhurst, 111., English. HEERWAGEN, Linda Marian, Elmhurst, 111.. History, Activities: S.N.E.A. 4. HELT, Marvann Dorothv, Burlington, Iowa, Education, Activities: S,N,E.A. 3,4; Intramu- rals 3,4: Judicial Board Chairinfin 4; Bache- lor ' s Holiday Committee Co-Chairman 4: Dorm Council 4; Christmas Party Committee. HENSEL, .Jennifer Dona, Rockford, 111., His- tory, Activities: Intramurals 1.2,3; Orchestra 2; WRSE 2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 4; Choral Union 1, 2,3. HILDEBRAND, Charline Faye, Northlake, 111., Mathematics. HOFFMANN, Bonita Anne, Chicago, 111., Education. HOGLUND, Richard Wayne, Park Forest, 111., Sociology, Intramurals 3,4. HOLMBERG, Vicki Carlene, Lombard, 111., English, Activities: S.N.E.A. 3,4. HOLTEN, Terrance C, Berkeley, 111., Math- ematics. HOLTZ, Barbara Cooper, Melrose Park, 111., Elementary Education, Activities: Elm Bark Copy Editor 2,3; S.N.E.A. 1,2,3. HOPKINS, Sandra Lee, Green Bay, Wis., So- ciology, Transferred from University of Wis- consin 2; Activities: Senate 3,4; Social Life Committee, Chairman of Special Event 4; Polyhymnia 2.3,4, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Junior Goodies Co- chairman 3; Elm Bark 2; Church Vocations 2,3,4, Steering Committee 3; Bachelor ' s Holi- day Committee 2,3; National Christian C()l; lege Day Committee 2; Choral Union 2,3; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Women ' s Union Circus Com- mittee 3; Freshman Week Committee 4. HUGHES, Robert Bruce, Hammond, Ind., Business Administration, Activities; Delta Mu Delta Vice President 3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Business Club President 3,4; E Club 1,2, 3 4; Tennis Team 1,2, Co-Captain 3,4; Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. JAMIESON, Nancy Louise, River Forest, 111., Elementary Education, Activities; Synchro- nized Swimming Club 2; S.N.E.A. 1.2; ECOS 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Ski Club Social Chairman 4. „, . th JOHNSON, Anita Faye, Elmhurst, 111., Speech Correction. JOHNSON, Charleen M., Chicago, III., His- tory, Activities: Committee of Nine 2, Chair- man 3. I 17 JUNGFER, Richard William, Alexander, Va.. Sociology. KALKBRENNER, Paul Allen, Cincinnati, Ohio, Mathematics, Activities: E Club 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3, Co-captain 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. KALLERES. Barbara Christine, Glen Lllyn. 111., Education. KANITZ, Alfred Paul, Merrill, Wisconsin, History, Activities: Pi Kappa Delta President 3 4- Debate 3.4; Extempore 3.4; Band 3,4; Choir 3,4; WRSE Engineer 4. r,, t , KEHL. Nancy Young, La Grange, HI., tdu- cation. . KEISOGLOU, Maria, Pontiac, Mich., Edu- cation. KELLER. Gary Martin, Elmhurst, 111., Math- ematics. KENDALL, Robert S., Elmhurst, 111., Psy- chology. KLAUSS, Ardelle Alma, Berwyn, 111., History. Activities: Committed Group 3,4; Religion m Life Week Committee. KNUTI, Paul, Berwyn, 111., Mathematics, Psychology, Activities: Psychology Club 4; In- tramurals 2,4. . KOEHLER, Karen Mae, Quincy, 111., Edu- cation, Activities: Cheerleading 2,3,4, Business Manager 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Elms 2. KOKES, Susan Jane, Riverside, 111., Speech Correction. . ,,,, „ ,. , KOLZE Ruth Helen, Palatine, 111., English Activities: Dorm Secretary 2; Women s Union Athletic Chairman 3; Women ' s Union Circiis Co-chairman 4; Class Secretary 3; Women s Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Bachelor ' s Holiday Elec- tion Co-chairman 4; Cultural Events Com- mittee 4. KOMADA, Paul Charles, Glen Ellyn, HI.. Political Science. . KOOB James Frederick, Bellefontaine Neigh- bors, Mo., Philosophy, Activities: Orientation Committee, Social Life Committee, Church Vocations. KOSSON, Jack Arthur, Oak Park III., Mathematics, Activities: Intramurals 1.2,3,4. KUEPERS, Thomas Berton, Villa Park, 111,, Business Administration. KUPPERSCHMIDT, Gerald L., Peru, 111., History, Transferred from LaSalle-Peru Ogles- by Jr. College 2; Activities: Pi Gamma Mu 3 4; Elm Bark 3, Sports ' Editor 4; WRSE 3; Dorm Council 4; Baseball 3; Intramurals 3, 4 KURMANN, Edward Joseph, St. Louis, Mo History, Activities; Dorm Council Secretary 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; Class Vice President 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. , „ ■ -Kt LAMMERT, Dorothy Carol, St. Louis, Mo Education Activities; Women ' s Intramurals 1, 2 3 4- S.N.E.A. 3; Bachelor ' s Holiday Dance Co-Chairman 4; Class Publicity Officer 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Dance Committee 2. LAMMERT, Marilyn Helen, Chicago Heights 111. Education, Activities: Class Pub- licity Chairman 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Wom- en ' s Union Bachelor ' s Holiday Co-Chairman 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Religious Drama Touring Group 3, LANDWEHR, Harold G., Chicago, 111., His- tory, Activities: WRSE 2,3; Intramurals 2,4; Campus Chest; Dorm Chairman 2; Church Vocations; Glee Club 2; Vesper ' s Committee 2 LANGE. Lyndell, Northlake, 111.. Education. LAVERY, Marcia Jean, Chicago, 111., History. LITZINGER, Mary Clemence, Kirkwood, Mo., Nursing. LOKAY, Lynda, Cicero, 111., History. LONG Edward Samuel, Plymouth, Ind., Phi- losophy, Activities: Senate 1,2, Elections Chairman 2; S.G.A. Business Manager 3; Homecoming Show 2; Women ' s Union Circus Committee 1,2; Freshmen Week Committee 3; Committed Group 3; Intramurals 1.2,3,4; Resident Advisor 3,4; Campus Chest Co- Chairinan 4; Band 4; Glee Club 4. LUKES, William Kenneth, Berwyn, 111.. Chemistry. , ,,,, MACHEN, Winifred, Westchester, III., Nurs- MAGNETTA, John Alan, Elmhurst, III., 15; Physics, Activities: WRSE Technical Engineer 3,4, Executive Staff 4; S.G.A. 2. MALOTTKE, Sandra Fern, Addison, 111.. English. MAPLES, Barbara Sharon, Elmhurst, III.. History, Activities: Choir 1,2,3,4; Committee of Nine 3,4. MARSHALL, Dale Edward, East St. Louis, III., Religion, Activities: Dorm Council 3; In- ter-dorm Council 3; Chapel Choir 2; Intra- murals 3,4; Class President 4; Junior Goodies 3. MARTIN. Mary Rebekah, Rockford, 111.. Music Education, Activities: Polyhymnia 1.2. 3.4, Ass ' t Business Manager 2; Student Direc- tor 3,4; MENC 3,4; Choral Union 1,2,3.4: Homecoming Show 4; Theatre Guild 1; In- tramurals 1.2.3. MARTINO. .Joyce Lucille. Melrose Park, III.. Education. Activities: N.E.A. McLESTER, Marcella Arline. Granite City. III., Biology. Activities: Chancel Players 2.3,4; Homecoming Committee Chairman 2.3; NSA Coordinator 3; Senate 3,4; Theatre Business Manager 3; Theatre 1; Firesides Committee 4. McSWEENEY, Kathryn Lynne, Elmhurst. 111., Spanish, Activities: Senate 1,2; Social Life Committee 4; Prom Committee Chair- man 3; Freshman Orientation 4; Homecom- ing Show 4. MELONE, Robert Clive, Chicago, III., Phys- ics. MELTER, James C. F., Cincinnati, Ohio, History, Activities: W.R.S.E. Producer 2,3.4; Elm Bark 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Athletic Committee 4; Intratnurals 2.3,4. MENNERICK, James Howard, Wood River. III., History. Activities: Senate 1; Class Presi- dent 2; Resident Advisor 3; Who ' s Who Committee 3; Social Life Committee; Cultur- al Events Committee 3,4; Float Committee 1; Homecomin.g Committee 2: Inframurals 3: Co-Chairman S. U. Picnic 3; Campus Chest; Freshman Week Committee 4; Women ' s Un- ion Circus 3,4. MICCOLIS, Dominic Jon, Melrose Park, III.. History. MIES. Kenneth L., Chicago. III.. Philosophy, Activities: Intramurals 1.2; WRSE 3; Arts Festival 1,2. MILLER, David Roy, Brookf eld, III., His- tory. MILLER, Jerold Frank, Glen EUyn, III.. His- tory. MILLS, Robert Lawrence, Elmhurst, II I.. Business Administration. Activities: Track 1, 2,3,4; E Club 3,4: ECOS; Business Club 3.4: Cross Country 1.2,3, MOHAMED, Sally Fae, Villa Park, III., Ele- mentary Education, Transferred from North- western 3. MOWCHAN, Barbara Jean, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Sociology, Activities: Bachelor ' s Hobday Entertainment 2,3; S.G.A. 1,2; So- cial Life Committee 1,2,4, Secretary 3; Cheer- leader 2,3, Co-captain 4; Homecoming Court 2,3, Queen 4; Prom Queen 3; Homecoming Show 4; Theater one Acts 3; E.I.I. Court 2, 3; Elm Bark Staff 1; Intramurals 2,3; Fresh- man Orientation Committee 3.4; Freshman Week 2,3,4; Woman ' s Union Circus 2,3. NAEFE, David Parker, Elmhurst, III., Politi- cal Science. NELSON, Kenneth D., Elmhurst, III., Busi- ness Administration. NESSELER, Frank Joseph, Wood Dale, 111., Mathematics. NIEHAUS, Kenneth Walter, Elmhurst, III.. Business Administration. NOVARRO, Karen Faith, Chicago, 111., Eng- lish French, Activities: Homecoming Show 1,2,4; Polyhymnia 2,3; Women ' s Union Pub- licity Chairman 2; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; Wom- en ' s Union Circus 2; Bachelor ' s Holiday Co- Chairman 3; Ski Club 4. NUSSMANN, Barbara Ann, Upper Mont- clair. New Jersey, Mathematics, Activities: Polyhymnia 3,4; S.G.A. 2; Women ' s Intramu- rals 1,2,3; Choral Union 1,2,3; Dorm Coun- cil 2; Elmhurst Mathematics Society 4. O ' BRIEN, Dennis William, Elmhurst, III.. Music Education. O ' NEILL, Kathleen Jane, Elmhurst, III., Eng- lish, Activities: Chapel Choir 1,2, Secretary 2; Social Life Committee 2,3; Co-Chairman Who ' s Who Committee 3; Resident Advisor 3; S.G.A. Secretary 4; SNEA 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Women ' s Union Circus 1,2;, Retreat committee 2,3; Freshman Week Committee 2, 3. OSINSKI, Rosalie Martha, Rochester, New York, Speech Correction, Activities: Class Sec- retary 2; Winter Retreat Secretary 2; Sopho- more Semi-formal Decorations 2; Resident Advisor 3. OTT, Carolynn Jean, Chicago, 111.. Elemen- tary Education, Activities: Band 2.3,4; Or- chestra 2,3; SNEA 3, Vice President 4; Syn- chronized Swim Club 2,3. PANN, Vivian Shirley, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, History, Activities: Theater Guild 4. PARDUN, David Eu,gene, Forest Park, 111., Business Administration. PAVLETICH. E)avid John. Cicero, III.. Busi- ness Administration, Transferred from Morton Junior College 3, Activities: Business Club 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4. PETERSON, Ted Albert. Broadview, 111., Mathematics, Activities: Math Club 4. POMREHN, Glen E., Chicago Heights, 111., Mathematics. PORTER, Virginia Lee, Roselle, 111., Span- ish, Activities: Cheerleader 1,2; Laboratory Assistant 3,4; Elm Bark 3,4; Bible Study 3,4; Women ' s L ' nion 1.2.3.4. PREUSS, Joanne E., Chicago, 111., Music Ed- ucation, Activities: Polyhymnia 1,3, Secretary 4, Student Conductor 4; Band 2,3,4; M.E.N.C. 2.3,4; Orchestra 2; Choral Union 1,2,3,4; SNEA 4; Prom Committee 3; Bache- lor ' s lioliday Committee 4; Women ' s Union 1.2,3,4. PRICE, E. Lynne. Palatine. 111., Education. Activities: Dorm Council Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4; Interdorm Council 3.4; E.I.I. Court 2; Prom Court 3; Class Secretary 4; SNEA 1,2.3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee Chairman 2. PROKOP. Betty Ann, Elmhurst, III., Speech. RAIVIO, Mary E., Villa Park, III., Elemen- tary Education. Activities: SNEA 4. RANDALL. Robert Lee, Arthur, III., Psychol- ogy. Activities: Class President 1; Student lievelopment Committee 1,2; Intramurals 2, 4; Winter Retreat Workday Chairman 2; Winter Retreat Chairman 3; Campus Chest Chairman 3: Chapel Choir 1,2; Assistant Business Manager 1; Glee Club 3,4; Choral Union 1,2,3; Church Vocations. REGAN, Ellen Jean, Maywood, III., Speech Correction. RESCHKE. Diane Ruth, Villa Park, 111., Ele- mentary Education. Activities: Chapel Choir 1,2; Men ' s Glee Club Accompanist 3,4; Cho- ral Union 1,2,3,4; Prom Chairman 3; Senior Dance Committee 4. RIEMER, Kathryn Ruth, Villa Park, 111.. Spanish, Activities: Choral Union 1; Cheer- leading 2,3.4; Senate 3,4; . thletic Life Com- mittee Secretary 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; Wom- en ' s Union Circus 2; Bachelor ' s Holiday Committee 3. RIESS. Thomas Arthur, Elmwood Park, 111.. History, Activities: E Club 1,2,4, Vice Presi- dent 3; Cross Country 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Bas- ketball 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. RING, Mary Lou, Wright City, Missouri, Ed- ucation. . ctivities: SNEA 1,2,3,4; WRSE 4. RITSCHARD, Shirley A., Monroe. Wis., Christian Education. .Activities: Women ' s Un- ion Social Chairman 4; Committee of Nine 3. Chairman 4; Elm Bark 2; Religious Life Committee 2, ' Vespers Chairman 3, Program Chairman 4. ROBERTS, Lillian Marie, Elmhurst, III., Ed- ucation, . cti ities: SNEA 3,4. ROBERTSON, Burton John, Villa Park, III., Business . ' Administration, ROESCH, Muriel Sheila, Rye, New York. French English. ROSS, Kenneth Milton, St. Louis, Mo., Phi- U)sophy. ROSS. Penelope Alvina. Oak Park, 111,, Spanish, .Activities: Polyhynmia 2; Dorm Council 2. RUHL. Wilma E.. Marthasville, Mo., Activi- ties: Polyhymnia 1, Librarian 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Judicial Board 3; Choral Union 2,3,4; Women ' s Union Secretary 4; Intramu- rals 1,2,3. SCHOENING , Karen Ruth, Peru, III., Eng- lish, Activities: Polyhymnia 3,4. SCHOTTLER, Gudrun, North Riverside, 111., Education. .SCHWAGMEYER. Verna Clark, Oak Park, III., Education, Activities: Choral Union 2,3; .SNEA 2 3 4. SECREASE, Dennis Carl, St. Louis, Mo., His- tory, Activities: Chapel Choir 1,2,4; Glee Club Quartet 3; Social Life Committee 3: Swimnmig Team 2; Freshman Week Commit- tee 3. SHARER, Erla Faye, Park Ridge, 111., Chris- tian Education. SHELDON. Ted Preston. Maywood, III., His- tory. Activities: Pi Gamma Mu 3, President 4. SHINGU, Shirley Y., Webster Groves, Mo., Psychology, Activities; Choral Union 1; Senate 1.2; Intramurals 1.2,3,4; Elms 1,2; Elections Committee, S.G.A. 2. SIEGER, Phyllis Elaine, Glen Ellvn, III., Speech Correction. SIR. Wilbam Frederick. Elmhurst. III., His- tory, Activities: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2, Co-Cai tain 3,4; Intranuirals 3,4 ; E Club 2. 3,4; WRSE 3,4; Sports Information Director SPECKMAN, Dale A., Hamel, 111., Philoso- phy, Activities: Glee Club 1,2, Assistant Busi- ness Manager 3, President 4; Religious Life Committee 3,4; Sophomore Semi-formal Dance Committee Chairman 2; Intramurals 1.2.4; Band 2.3; Orchestra 2,3: Class Vice-President 1: Class President 3: Dorm Council 3. SPIROFF. Kenneth Nicholas, Bensenville. III.. History. Transferred from Eastern Illinois University 2, Activities: Intramurals 2.3; Bas- ketball 2.3.4; Baseball 2,3,4; Junior Prom Business Manager 3; Resident Advisor 4. STEARNS. Barbara. Maywood. III.. Philoso- phy. STEBEL. Beverly Ann. Hillside. 111., History, Activities: S.G.A. 3.4; Interdorm Council President 2; Choral Union; Dorm President 2. STEGING. Craig Lee, Bensenville, 111., Busi- ness Administration, Activities: Golf 2.3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4; Business Club 2,3,4; E Club 3,4; Prom Committee Co-Chairman 3; Intra- murals 4. STREICH. Pamela Ann. Maywood. 111., Music, .Activities: Choral Union 1.2.3.4; Chapel Choir 2.4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; MENC 3,4, Sec- retary 4; Campus Chest Committee 3: Hand- bell Choir 1,2,4; Bachelor ' s Holiday Commit- tee Chairman 4. STRINGER, Gerald Markson, Elmhurst, III., Physics, Activities: Judo Club 4; Orchestra 4. STROETKER, LaVerne Elda, Washington, Mo., Education. Activities: Choral Union 2,3; SNEA 1.2.3; Intramurals 1,2,3. STRONG, Charles Kendrick, Janesville, Wis., Psychology. TAJII. Keiko. Chicago, 111., Education, Ac- tivities: Cheerleading 2,3,4; Captain 4; SNEA 3; Women ' s Intramurals 2,3,4; Dormitory Wing Counselor 3. TAGUE, Barbara Ruth, Kansas City, Mo., Christian Education, Transferred from Kansas City Junior College 3, Activities: Choral Un- ion 3; Committed Group 3; Committee of .N ' ine 4; Dorm Council 4; Orchestra 3; Re- ligion in Life Week Publicity Chairman 4; Dinkmeve Christmas Party Committee 4. TAYLOR, Donald Dean, Warsaw, III., Busi- ness .Administration. Activities: Football 2.3.4. Co-Captain 4; Track 2,3,4; E Club 2,3,4; S.G.A. Athletic Chairman 3; Dorm Council 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Chapel Choir 1: Homecoming Show 1; Freshman Week Com- mittee 3. TEP.AS, Nancy Dorothy, Buffalo, New York, Mathematics, Activities: WRSE 1,2,3,4; One .Act Plays 1; Choral Union 3; Math Club 4. THIELE, Petrina Dunne, Elmhurst, III., Edu- cation. rSCHUDY, James Calvin, Elmira, New York, Philosophy, Activities: Glee Club 1,2,3,4; So- cial Life Committee 3: Elm Bark 3; WRSE 3,4; S.G.A. 2.3, President 4; Lecture Series Committee 3; Choral Lhiion 2; Who ' s Who Committee 3: Church ' ocations 1,2,4, Winter Retreat Chairman 3; Who ' s Who 4. URBANIAK, Larry William. Hillside. III.. Mathematics, Activities: C.C.F. 1, " Treasurer 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Freshman Orientation Committee 2; S.G.A. 2.3.4: WRSE 2.3; Par- ents Day Committee 3; C.C.F. Retreat Com- mittee 3; Elm Bark 4; Elmhurst Math Society 4; Math Assistant 4; Who ' s Who Committee 3. UTHLAUT, Kathryn Louise, Freeport, III., Education, Activities: Chapel Choir 2.3.4: Women ' s Union 1.3. treasurer 2, President 4; Choral Union 1,2,3,4; Senate 3; SNEA 4; Who ' s Who Committee 3; R etreat Commit- tee 2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Lecture Series Com- mittee 1,2.3,4; Firesides Committee 4. VAN HOOSE. Lorene Janet. Elmhurst, 111.. Education. VICTOR. Roberta Lee. Lyons. III.. English. Transferred from Morton Junior Colle.ge 2. .Activities: SNEA 3,4. WALTZ, Katcrine E,, Grand Rapids, Michi- gan, Activities: Polyhymnia 1,2,3, Student Di- rector 4; American Guild of Organists 2,3,4; Committed Group 3,4. WEIGAND, Russell Glen, Lombard, 111., Busi- ness Administration. Activities: S.G.A. 1.2. Ways and Means Committee Chairman 4. Vice-President 3. Treasurer 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Business Club 3.4; Intramurals 3,4; Base- ball 3; Resident Advisor 3.4; Glee Club 4; Choral L ' nion 4; Elm Bark Advertising Man- ager 1.2, Business Manager 3; Freshman Week Committee 3. WEISLO, Aurelia Carol, River Grove, 111., English. Activities: Residence Council 4. WESELMAN, Dorothy Shirley, Western Springs, III., Education, Activities: SNEA 3. 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Co-Chairman Sopho- more Semi-Formal 2; Homecoming Commit- tee 2,4; Bachelor ' s Holiday Committee 1; Homecoming Show 1; Campus Service Group 4. 154 WEZEMAN, Henry, Oak Park, 111., History, Activities: Intrainurals 3,4; Track 4; Elm Bark 4. WHEELER, Viiini Maria, Bronx, New York, Speech, Activities: Elmhurst College Theatre Guild Vice-President 3, President 4; Chan- cel Players President 4; Women ' s Union Vice- President 3: S.G.A. 2,4: Dorm Wini; Coun- selor 3; Freshman Week Committee 4; WRSE 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Show Director 4. WHITE, A. LOYD, Lombard, 111., Business Administration, Activities: Elm Bark 1; Elms 1; Business Club 3, Vice-President 4. WILSON, Barry Dean, Chicago, 111., Busmess Administration, Activities: Delta Mu Delta 3, President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3. Vice-President 4- WRSE 2,3,4; Business Club 4, Secretary- treasurer 3; E Club 2,3,4; Tennis Team Man- ager 1,2,4. WILSON, Gary Lee, Freenort, 111., Bnsmess Administration, Activities: Business Club 3,4; WRSE 4. WINTER, William David, Maywood, 111.. History. WISE, Richard L. Charleston, 111., Geography. Activities: Senate 2; SNEA 3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4; Lab Assistant 2,3,4. WITTICK. Robert Ian, Elmhurst, 111., Busi- ness Administration, Activities: Pi Gamma Mu 4; Business Club 2.3.4; WRSE 2, Technical Engineer, Station Manager 3, Station Man- ager 4; Student Leaders Committee 4; Lab As- sistant 3,4. WOJAHN, Karen Lynne. Gary, Indiana, Edu- cation, Activities: Choral Union 1,2,3; SNEA 4; Polyhymnia 3,4; C.C.F. 1,3, Commission Co-Chairman 2; Senate 1,2. WOOD, George Robert, Addison, 111., Chem- istry. YOERGES, Alvina, M., New York, New York. Education, Activities: SNEA Secretary- Treasurer 2,3. President 4; Choral Union 1.2: Dorm Treasurer 3; Christmas Party General Chairman 4. ZIELINSKI, Marvin V., Villa Park, 111., Psy- chology. Activities: Chanel Choir 1: Dorm Council 3; Psychology Club 4; Choral Union 1. 155 i I U Graduates, Faculty, Guests are addressed in the Chapel by Dr. Stanger. Graduation Day — a Morning Baccalaureate, Afternoon Commencement Exercises Dr. Stanger presents Karen Buchholtz with the final symbol of her four years at Elmhurst. Dr. Low aided Dr. Stanger who pre- sents Bill Gruen with his diploma. Photos on this page by Koehne Studios, Chicago Dr. Theodore A. Distler, President of the Association of American Colleges, presents the Comryiencement Address. Receipt of a Diploma Signifies Four Years of Achievement Photos on this page by Koehne Studios, Chicago Graduates remain standing as classmate Karen Schoening and others receive their diplomas. Student Index A Adams. Bruce ... 82 .Adams, Gladys . . . 95,107,125 . dams, Susan ... 139 Aisenbrey, Ronald . . . 109 Allen. Richard . . . 106,125 Allison, Nancy . . . 99,100,106 Allrich, Dorothea . . . 108,125 Ambacher, Hilde ... 101,115,146 Anderson, Anita . . . 146 Anderson, Gary . . . 125 Anderson, Paul . . . 91,98,133 Anderson, Richard ... 125 Andres, Carole . . . 104,106,107 Anstedt, John ... 125 Antal, Anna ... 133 Apicella, Linda . . . 133,125 Arnolde, James ... 133 Ayres, Joel . . . 75,109,125 B Baas, William ... 125 Bade, Harold ... 139 Baker, Karen . . . 125 Bakken, Bonita ... 146 Balgemann, Dale ... 133 Balsmeier. Phillip ... 133 Bengtson, Nils ... 133 Barclay, Alexa ... 125 Barrett, Carol ... 96,125 Barrows, Ward . . . 109,133 Barth, David ... 133 Barthold, Dorris . .• . 125 Bartlett, Dennis . ... 146 Bastian, Carla ... 146 Baum, Lee . . . 99,100,102,146 Beaver. Edward . . . 82,89.139 Beerhalter, Joan ... 106,133 Behringer Richard ... 146 Benecke, David M. . . . 78,80,98 Bennett, Alan ... 139 Bentz, Thomas . . . 91,99,133 Benzel, Linda . . . 101,108,139 Berchtold, Fred ... 146 Berg, Marilyn . . . 95,100,108,139 Berg, Terren . . . 146 Bettmann, John . . . 103,109,103 Billingsley, Madaline ... 133 Blank, Cheryll ... 125 Bobeng, Karen ... 1 25 Bodene, Edward ... 133 Bodenstab. Charles . . . 146 Bodenstab, Philip . . . 78,79,80,81 Bohl, Elaine . . . 106,107,139 Boland, John . . . 84,85,125 Boland, Stephen . . . 82,125 Boldon, Rolland ... 125 Bolinger, C. Loren ... 139 Bonesteel, Robert . . . 106,107 Boone, Janice ... 146 Borowy, Chester ... 133 Bowers, Dave ... 87.89,91,146 Bowman, Karen ... 133 Boyd, Monique . . . 146 Bozarth, Karen ... 125 Bracher, .James ... 124,125 Brackin, Martin . . . 146 Braiden, Diane ... 133 Brakemeyer, Randall . . . 109,125 Braude, Robert ... 133 Brethauer, Dennis ... 48 Brettman, William ... 95 Briggeinan, Edger . . . 72,75,89,99,109,139 Brink, Margaret ... 133 Broadhead, Mary . . . 91,146 Brodt, Roberta . . . 97,99,107,139 Brown, Hunter ... 133 Brown, Karen ... 146 Browning, Spencer ... 91,139 Brueseke, Harold . . . 75,76,89,100,103,109,139 Brun, Michael ... 125 Brynjolfsson, William ... 125 Buchholtz, Jane ... 108,133 Buchholtz, Karen ... 146 Bullamore, Marjorie ... 133 Bullis, Bruce ... 82 Bunger, Larry ... 133 Burden, Donald ... 125 Burgher, John ... 125 Butler, Edward . . . 75,87,125 Buzek, Charles ... 133 C Campbell, Cliff ... 82 Cap, Charles ... 87 Cargill, Philip . . . 73,75,87,91,133 Carlson, Catherine ... 146 Carlson, Dennis ... 139 Carlson, Joyce . . . 98,102,133 Carney, Marchan ... 133 Cascino, Michele ... 133 Cecot, John ... 125 Centner, Sandra . . . 85,88,99,125 Chapp, Margaret ... 95,125 Chesnut, Jon ... 126 Christianson, Jane . . . 126 Ciangi, Irene ... 126 Ciucci, Ronald ... 115 Clark, David ... 126 Coble, Truman ... 126 Golvis, Louis ... 133 Conners, Leona ... 139 Cooper, Ralph . . . 80,87,89,147 Cottrell, Ronald ... 127 Cozzani, Virgilio ... 126 Crackel, David ... 133 Crosay, Susan ... 126 Cullom, Carroll . . . 100,102,133 Cummms, Bernard ... 87 D Damm, Joyce ... 139 Dancy, John . . . 78,80,81,126 Davies, Susan . . . 88,147 Davis, Darlene . . . 147 Dawson, John . . . 114,147 Degraff, Kathryn ... 126 Demlow, Sherry ... 96,139 Dempsey, Allan . . . 107,147 Dennis, Jan . . . 83,126 Dennison, Barbara ... 139 De Norniandie, Daral . . . 147 Dickbernd, David . . . 98,138,139 Dietzel. John ... 126 DTsa, Jane . . . 53,147 Dorn, Kenneth ... 133 Drees, Alice ... 139 Driskill, James . . . 73,75,133 Due, Donna . . . 52,53,139 E Eble, Marie ... 96.126 Egger, Dee ... 147 Ehlinger, Clifford ... 75,77,85,87,133 Eilers, William . . . 75,89,91,134 Eimer, . ndrea . . . 95,126 Ed. David . . . 72,74,75,76,84,134 Eldridge. William . . . 115,139 Emmett, Daniel ... 94 Engelhardt. Marynelle . . . 139 Eppert, Donald . . . 87,89,103,134 Eppert. Ronald . . . 87,89,134 Eschenbrenner, Daniel ... 103,126 Evans. Lesley . . . 85,134 F Fauth, Rebecca ... 126 Fernandez, Dennis ... 139 Field, David . . . 48,50,51,147 Fischer, Martha . . . 113,140 Fleming, Michael ... 94 Folk, Ruth . . . 91,147 Fong, Jennie . . . 147 Ford. David . . . 97,140 Forrest, Mary ... 140 Foster, Diane ... 134 Fraccaro, Joseph ... 75.109,134 Fredrickson, Dennis ... 100,109,140 Freiberger, Patricia . . . 102 126 Freitag, Terry ... 126 Friebus, Gary ... 94,134 Froeschner, Ruth ... 96,126 Frost, . ' Ivin ... 115 Furlong, Maryann ... 111.140 Furman. Stephen . . . 75,80,87,89,97 G Gabler, Elaine ... 126 Galitz. .Jan ... 140 Gannon. Joyce ... 126 Gardner, Iris ... 104,134 Garrison, Brian . . . 134 Gauike, Phyllis . . . 107,140 Geen. Arthur ... 126 Geiersbach. Steve ... 126 Geor.ge. Palma ... 140 Gibson, Eric ... 126 Gilman, Regina ... 140 Goecks, Robert ... 87.126 Goetz, JoAnne . . . 111,138,140 Goldberg, Lynn ... 126 Golden, Richard ... 126 Goltl, Marilyn ... 134 Gonser, Ann . . . 102.107,126 Gooding, Lieslie ... 126 Gould. Carol ... 134 Grande, Stephen . . . 75,86,87,89 Grant, Mavis ... 140 Greenwood. Richard . . . 95,96,140 Greisinger, Margaret ... 126 Groeneveld. Ellen . . . 147 Groover. Marjorie ... 126 Grube, Karl ... 126 Gruel. Sylvia ... 134 Gruen. William . . . 95,109,1 12 Grunewald, Mary . . . 1 06. 107. 1 1 3,1 26 Gump, Ronald ... 127 Gumper, David ... 98,127 Gunneman, Joanne . . . 48,91.107,147 Gutman, Cheri ... 1 34 H Hackett, Dean . . . 72,75,89,147 Hafner, Gail ... 127 Hahne, Dale ... 127 Halne, Michael . . . 140 Hanks, Nancy ... 127 Hansen, Alice . . . 96,104 Hansen, Bruce . . . 48,97,98,140 Hanson, Judy . . . 140 Hanz. Roger . . . 99,106,107,134 Happel, Richard ... 109 Harbart, Richard . . . 48,100,109,140 Harris, Janet . . . 140 Harsh, James . . . 77,83,134 Hart, Gail ... 140 Hatmaker. Paulett ... 112 Hauck, Lois . . . 101,104,127 Havens, Nancy ... 127 Heerwagen, Linda . . . 147 Hefner. Cheryl ... 134 Helm, Lois . . . 48,99,107,1 1 1,1 14 Helt. Maryann ... 91,104,111,147 Hempen, Dale ... 75,89,132,134 Henerfauth, Susan ... 88,1 10,1 1 1,140 Hensel, Jennifer . . . 1 13,147 Herness, Annette ... 101,104,106,107,140 Hess, Jean ... 127 Hilderbrand, Charline . . . 147 Hilgenberg, David ... 134 Hillebrand, Kayleen ... 134 Hoefer, Carol . . . 96.108,127 Hoefer, David . . . 106,107,134 Hoffmann, Bonita ... 148 Hoglund, Richard ... 148 Hogstedt, Lois ... 134 Hohman, Sheryl . . . 96,127 Holmberg, Vicki ... 111,148 Holtz. Barbara ... 148 Holub, Irma . . . 108.140 Hoo, Robert ... 96 Hooton, Kathleen ... 98,1 13,124,127 Hopkins, Sandra . . . 98,108,148 Hotle, David . . . 75,127 Hotle, Dennis ... 52.72.74,75,76,77,89,98,99,140 Hotz, Ruth . . . 50.52,53,107,140 Howies, Lee . . . 114,140 Hughes, Robert . . . 83,89,113,114,148 Hurlbut, Jim . . . 134 Hurtell, Marjory ... 127 J Jamieson. Nancy ... 115.148 Janke. Robert ... 127 Jeffery, John . . . 91,134 Jensen, James ... 85 Johnson. Dennis ... 1 14,141 Johnson, James ... 84 Johnson. Jean .. . 111.141 Johnson, Karen . . . 141 Johnston, Robert ... 127 Jolas, Ernst . . . 114.134 .Jordan, Robert ... 127 Jordan, Ruth ... 141 Jorgensen, Ronald ... 113,141 Juengling, Ruth . . . 108,141 K Kaiser, David . . . 113,127 Kalal, Kathleen . . . 94,141 Kalis. Noel ... 141 Kalkbrenner, Paul . . . 72,74,75,89,148 Kanitz, Alfred ... 105,107,113,148 Karasck, Ellen ... 135 Karras. Georgine ... 141 Kasjaka, Diane ... 134 Kauffman. Lisle ... 141 Kay. Arthur . . . 1 13.127 Kehl. Judith . . . 98,108,134 Kelley, Kaye ... 98 Kelley. Robert ... 134 Kemp. Carol ... 127 Kendall, Robert ... 148 Kindt, Karl . . . 84,127 Kirby, James .. . 112,141 Kirby. Mary Beth . . . 99,127 Kistner, Glen . . . 78,80,83 Klaus. Deborah . . . 95,96,98,127 Klauss, Ardelle ... 148 Klemme, Beverly ... 127 Kloepping, William . . . 75,134 Kneeland, Maureen ... 100,103,134 Knight, Elizabeth . . . 107,134 Knudsen, Randall . . . 110.141 Knuti, Paul ... 1 15,148 Koehler, Karen ... 88,148 Kokes, Susan ... 148 Kolkmeier, James . . . 134 Kolman, Elien . . . 107,127 Kolze. Ruth . . . 91,148 Komada, George . . . 127 Koob, James 1 10.148 Kosson, Jack ... 148 Kowal, Monika ... 135 Kraft. Margie ... 127 Krage. Marita ... 100,107,141 Kramer, LeRoy . . . 75,127 Kramskv, Carol ... 127 Krejci. Bruce . . . 106,107,127 Krengelis, Nils ... 127 Kroll, Richard ... 52,72,73,75,76,89,109,141 Kruse. Karen . . . 141 Krusinger, Judith ... 135 Kulwich, Carole ... 127 Kummer, Paul ... 83 Kupperschmidt. Gerald . . . 95.103,113,148 Kurman. Edward . . . 91,103,149 Kushman, J. . . . 107 L LaBombard. Diane ... 128 Lackner, Edward ... 128 Lamb, William . . . 82,135 Lammert, Dorothy . . . 149 Lammerl, Marilyn ... 91 Landolt. Russell . . . 99.135 Landwehr. Harold ... 149 Landwehr. Mary . . . 95.101,103,135 Langdoc. James ... 128 Lange. Lyndell ... 149 Langohr, Marlene ... 141 Lantz, Bonita . . . 106.107.128 Lattner. Rebecca . . . 98,108,128 Lauer, Mary . - . 141 Lauritzen, Carolyn . . . 107 Lavengood, Gerald ... 135 Lavery, Marcia ... 149 Lawler, Gary ... 135 Lawson, LeRoy ... 91 Leber, Eileen . . . 98,141 Lemmons, Barbara . . . 96,128 Lenz, Robert ... 141 Liljestam, Grace ... 1 1 1,141 Lindfors, Robert ... 128 Linnartz, Bernie ... 106,107,128 Litzsinger, Mary . . . 149 Litzsinger, Paul . . . 73,75,89 Lloyd, Robert ... 113 158 Lockyear, Charles ... 135 Lokay, Lynda ... 149 Long, Edward ... 100,109,112,114.149 Longo, Neil . . . 95,128 Loptaka, Gail ... Ill Ludwig, Koloman . . . 75,77,96,128 Lutzow, Linda ... 123 Lyford, Alan . . . 96,115,141 Lyke, Patricia . . . 107,141 M Maack, Phyllis ... 99,135 Magnetta, John . . . 84,149 Mahal, Dale ... 135 Malottke, Sandra ... 149 Maples, Sharon . . . 104,107,149 Maple, Gilbert . . . 109,128 Marinaccio, Lee . . . 75,77,103,128 Maronn, Karen . . . 101,102,141 Marshall, Dale ... 91,149 Martin, Mary ... 50,51,108,149 Martin, Paul ... 128 Martino, Joyce . . . 149 Martschinke, Suzanne ... 135 Matthei, Alan . . . 98,135 Mauer, Richard . . . 78,80,81 McClain, Leslie ... 128 McGomb, Barbara ... 94,135 McCullough, Donald ... 141 McFadden, John ... 115 McLester, Marcella . . . 48,50,98,149 McGawn, Carolyn . . . 95,128 McKee, Paul ... 135 McLester, Marcella . . . 48,50,98,149 McPherson, Mary Anne ... 128 McSweeney, Kathryn . . . 98,99,149 Megyery, Frank ... 142 Meinhardt, Marilyn . . . 86,114 Meinhardt, Michael ... 128 Mell, Daniel . . . 75,87,142 Mellor, Kathleen ... 135 Melter, James . . . 94,113,149 Menconi, Peter . . . 77,142 Mennerick, James ... 99,150 Metzger, Ruth . . . 103,135 Meyer, Frederick . . . 135 Meyer, Paul ... 135 Meyers, Jim . . . 89,114,135 Miccolis, Dominic . . . 150 Mies, Kenneth ... 150 Miller, Gary . . . 52,72,73,75,89,142 Miller, Martha . . . 96,135 Miller, Rodger . . . 73,75,128 Mills, Robert . . . 82,84,89,150 Moncada, Thomas ... 135 Moore, Kathleen ... 135 Morris, Harold . . . 105,113,142 Moudry, Karen ... 128 Mowchan, Barbara ... 53,85,88,110,150 Moye, Terry . . . 84,135 Mraz, Jacqueline ... 128 Munger. Clifford ... 135 Murdock, Bruce ... 78,80,86,87,89,100,138 Murphy, Thomas . . . 75,128 Mutton, Robert . . . 91,135 N Naefe, David . . . Nagel, Richard . Nagy, Thomas . . Nelson, Kenneth Nelson, Linda . . Nelson, Rebecca Nerius, Ervin . . Neuse, Jonathan Nichols, Harry . Nicolay, Neal . . Niensted, Ann . Noland. Gary . . Nolte, Ruth . . . Norfolk, Barry . . . Novarro, Karen . . Nussman, Barbara Nyako, Richard . . O O ' Brien, Dennis . Oelhafen, William O ' Neill, Kathleen Oslnski, Rosalie . . O ' Steen. Nancy Ott, Carolyn . . P Pann, Vivian . . Pardun, David . Parulis. Patricia Patton, Cheryl , Payne, Nancy . . Paziotopoulos, Ann Penderson, Janice Peiler, Robert . . . Pensyl, ClifTord . Peplies, Roselyn . Perdriau, Leslie . Pertle, Glen . . . 94.136 Peterson. Dennis . . . 73,75,142 Peterson, Ted . . Petrzilka, Cherie Pla.gman, Ruth . Plautz, Donald 150 . . 128 . 114 . . . 150 , 102,108,135 . . . 128 128 . . . 73,75,107,128 . . 135 . 99,109 . 102,135 . 77,128 128 . 128 . . . 150 . 108,112,150 103,128 150 .. 128 . 52,91,97,150 . . 150 . . 135 111 , 150 . . 150 . . . 129 . . 135 . 135 142 129 129 . 82,87,103,136 . 101,142 . 136 150 . . 108,129 , 95,129 97,98,109,142 Pohlman, Sally Ann . . . 99,142 Politis, Elaine , . . 103,129 Polk, Virginia ... 142 Poltrock, Naomi ... 129 Pomrehn, Glen . . . 72,73,75 Paris, Kenneth ... 142 Porter, " Virginia . . . 95,150 Prehn, Carolyn ... 142 Prescott, Robert ... 142 Preuss, Joanne . . . 108,150 Price, Lynne . . . 100,102,150 Priepke, Carl ... 129 Proctor, David ... 111,136 R Rabiega, William . . . 50,91,113,142 Radke, Ronald . . . 87,129 RadloflF, Charles ... 129 Rahmeier, Ruth ... 136 Raitt. Cynthia . . . 48,99,136 Raivio, Mary ... 151 Randall, Robert ... 109,112,151 Rasch, Theodora ... 129 Rasche, David ... 50,51,89,109,136 Rea, James ... 129 Ream, Richard ... 136 Reid, Carolyn ... 136 Reinertson, Alice . . . 107 Reschke, Dianne ... 151 Riemer, Donald ... 136 Riemer, Kathy . . . 88,151 Riess, Thomas . , . 73,75,78,79,80,84,151 Ring, Marylou ... 151 Ritschard, Shirley . . . 99,104,111,151 Roberts. Lillian ... 151 Robertson, Carmine . . . 136 Rochotte, James ... 75 Rock, Arthur . . . 82,89 Rodgers, Theodore , . . 52,72,75,76 Roesch, Muriel ... 151 Rogge, Marylou ... 136 Rohrbacher, Judy ... 136 Romaine, Cheryl ... 129 Rose, Kurt ... 136 Ross, Kenneth . . . 50,98,109,151 Ross, Penelope ... 151 Roth, Edward ... 129 Roussin, Rebecca . . . 95,136 Ruhl, Wilma . . . 108,111,151 Rumpf, Roger . . . 78,80,81,84,106,129 Russel, Janet ... 129 Rutecki, Mary ... 136 Roberge, Brian ... 136 St. Clair, Michael ... 129 Samonek, Shirley . . . 98,102,106,107,129 Sands, Charles ... 142 Sarantos, Joan ... 129 Sauermann, Esther ... 129 Schaack, Barbara ... 142 Schaefer, Nancy . . . 102,136 Schaefer, Sandra . . . 100,108,111,142 Schantz, Robert ... 84 Scheck, Edward . . . 107,115 Scheib, William ... 129 Schimelpfenig, Roy . . . 109,136 Schippits, Harold . . . 72,75,109,136 Schlaf, James ... 129 Schmidt, William ... 142 Schmiechen, Elizabeth . . . 53,129 Schmitt, Mary Jo . . . 108,129 Schnell, Susan ... 95,101,102,104,136,142 Schoening, Karen . . . 108,151 Schottler, Gudrun ... 151 Schultz, Donna ... 136 Schultz, Kenneth ... 136 Schwagmeyer, Verna . . . 151 Schwer, Patricia ... 98,129 Scodellaro, Denis . .. 94,103,136 Secrease, Dennis . . . 107,151 Seader, Rosalyn ... 129 Seegers, Alyce ... 136 Sekeris, Paree . . . 129 Sellar, William ... 129 Sengupta, Diptiman ... 129 Sharer, Erla ... 152 Sheehan, Kenvi . . . 106,107,129 Sheldon, Ted ... 113 Shewchuk, Michael . . . 84,85,89 Shigetani, William . . . 87,129 Shingu, Shirley . . . 91,152 Sie.ger, Phyllis ... 152 Simpson, Margaret ... 136 Singleton, Warren . . . 77,82,89,142 Sir, William . . . 78,80,83,89,152 Smith, Kenneth ... 129 Smith, Marilyn ... 130 Smith, Susan . . . 130 Snavely, Ronald ... 136 Speckman, Dale . . . 109,152 Spiroff, Kenneth ... 78,80,81,87,100,152 Spoul, Dean . . . 142 Spross, Katherine ... 96,130 Stahlhut, Donald . . . 48,82,84,89,91,132,136 Stalzer, Gerald ... 136 StaufFer, Richard ... 130 Steble, Beverly . . . 98,112,152 Steging. Craig ... 82,89,113,152 Stehlik, George ... 130 Stelcher, Suzanne ... 130 Stephens, Janice . . . 104,130 Stetter, Frank ... 130 Stevens. James ... 104 Stevens, Wayne ... 130 Stilwell, Sandra ... 136 Stinchcomb, Gene . . . 103,130 Stock, Carl . . . 107,142 Stock, Patricia . . . 95,143 Stone, Bruce ... 136 Stone, Marilyn . . . 95,101,104,130 Stone, Ronald ... 115 Stratton, Scott ... 83,115,130 Streich, Judith ... 104 136 Streich, Pamela . . . 106,107,152 Stringer, Gerald ... 152 Stroetker, LaVerne . . . 111,152 Strong, Charles ... 91,103 Strong, Robert . . . 48,137 Stuerzl, Roy . . . 84,103,143 Suhrheinrich, Jerry . . . 109,143 Sullivan, Michael ... 130 Summers, Wanda . . . 95,98,130 Sumner, Stanley . . . 105,113,143 Sutter, Lillian ... 130 Swanson. Vivian . . . 137 Sweeny, Barry ... 130 T Tabatt, Carol . . . 100,101,137 Tague, Barbara . . . 104,152 Tajii, Keiko . . . 88,152 Taliaferro, Joyce ... 130 Taylor, Donald . . . 52,53,72,74,75,84,89,152 Taylor, Norma ... 1 30 Teed, Ronald . . . 73,75 Tepas, Nancy ... 94,152 Terrill, John . . . 75,95,137 Thiel, Joan ... 143 Thomas, Beth ... 130 Thomason, Judith ... 130 Thorsen, Diana ... 137 Todd, Sandra . , . 95,137 Tooker, Donna . . . 95,106,130 Traugott, Raymond ... 130 Trimmel, Linda . . . 52,137 Trumbull, Stanley ... 143 Tschudy, James . . . 97,109,1 12,152 Tucker, Sally . . . 113,130 Tyrrell, Thomas . . . 78,80,130 U Urban, Daniel ... 130 Urbaniak, Larry . . . 95,98,112,152 Urbank, Janice . . . 108,130 Uthlaut, Kathryn ... 107,111,153 Uthlaut, Martha . . . 53,99,137 V Van Hoose, Lorene ... 153 Vann, George . . . 78,80 Van Slyke, Charles ... 115 Victor, Roberta ... 153 Vollertsen, Karen ... 137 Vonasch, Lawrence . . . 143 Vorhees, Alice . . . 53,85,88,130 W Walker, William ... 143 Wallace, Mary Kay ... 130 Waltz, Katherine . . . 153 Wanderer, Patti ... 130 Wangerin, Nancy . . . 108,130 Waricentin, Lois . . . 143,138 Warren, Barry . . . 109,130 Wartenbe, Donna . . . 96,108,143 Weigand, Russell . . . 97,100,109,1 14 Weiland, Richard ... 130 Weislo, Aurelia . . . 101,153 Wells, Roberta . . . 98,100,143 Weselman, Dorothy . . . 48,91 Weyerstall, Axel . . . 109,137 Wezeman, Henry . . . 84,95 Wheeler, Robert ... 131 Wheeler, Vinnie . . . 50,153 White, .A. Loyd . . . 114,153 White, William ... 131 Wiebke, Judith . . . 85,143 Wiehle, Sue . . . 143 Wilde, Ronald . . . 78,80,103,124,131 Will, Carol ... 131 Wiliman, Jane ... 131 Williams, Mildred ... 137 Willin, Barbara . . . 100,102,143 Wilson. Barry ... 83,89,94,113,114,153 Wilson, David ... 91 Wilson, Gary ... 153 Winter, William ... 153 Wintermeyer, Lois . . . 48,53,137 Wirth, Robert ... 131 Wise, Richard , . . 112,113,153 Wissehr, Mark . . . 82,131 Wittick, Robert . . . 94,153 Wojahn, Karen . . . 108,153 Wojnarowski, Edward ... 96 Wolf, Lee . . . 84,85,137 Wood, George ... 153 Wood, Raymond . . . 84,103,124,131 Wood, William . . . 48,97,109.143 Worth, Mary ... 137 X Xinos, Catherine . . . 132,137 Y Yoerges, Alvina . . . 102,111,153 Young, Frederick ... 143 Youngblood, Harold . . . 75,100,103,137 Yunker, Ronald ... 91 Zabarowski, Robert ... 131 Zeumer, Diane ... 137 Zielinski, Marvin ... 154 Zilka, Patricia ... 131 Zimmerman, Carl . . . 48,107,143 Zolezzi, Karen ... 131 Zulauf, Catherine . . . 111,113,143 Zwygartj Diane . .-. 137 159 Administration and Faculty Index Andrews, Mr. Charles — Instructor in Business Administration ... 114,120 Arends, Pr of. C. C— Professor of Speech ... 83 Baskerville, Miss Latham — Assistant Professor of Art ... 120 Blum, Mr. Neal — Assistant Professor of History ... 120 Case, Dr. James H. — Assistant Professor of Music ... 120 Clark, Mrs. Robert — Instructor in English ... 120 Clark, Dr. Robert J. — Associate Professor of Philosophy ... 120 Colburn, Mr. Garry P. — Assistant Professor of Speech ... 110,121 Couchman, Dr. Gordon — Professor of English ... 121 Dalla, Mrs. Franklin — Recorder ... 120 Davidson, Mr. Arnold E. — Instructor in English ... 121 Denman, Mr. William F. — Dean of Students ... 1 10,120 DeRoo, Dr. Robert F. — Professor of Psychology ... 1 15,121 Friedh, Dr. Alfred — Professor of Education ... 121 Gazmararian, Mr. George — Assistant Professor of Business Administration ... 114,121 Gentry, Mr. Robert F. — Assistant to Dean of Students ... 120 Glazebrook, Dr. Ruth — Professor of Education ... 111,121 Goetz, Rev. Ronald — Instructor in Religion ... 98,121 Gow, Mr. John — Assistant Professor of Speech ... 1 13,121 Gras, Mrs. Lucien — Assistant Professor of French ... 121 Halfter. Dr. William J. — Professor of Philosophy ... 121 Harris, Mr. Wendall — Assistant Professor of Physical Education ... 76,121,124 Hensley, Miss Marjorie — Assistant Dean of Students . . . 99,104,1 10,120 Hernandez, Mrs. E. D. — Instructor in Piano ... 121 Schmidt, Dr. Royal J. — Professor of Political Science and History ... 123 Schousen, Mr. Walter J. — Associate Professor of Physical Education ... 87 Sinclair, Mr. Donald W. — Assistant Director of .Admissions ... 120 Skinner, Mr. Chads C. — Acting Director of Admissions ... 120 Stanger, Dr. Robert C. — President of the College ... 98,1 16 Stoner, Rev. Donald G. — Part-time Instructor in Christian Education ... 123 Swords, Mr. Robert W. — Registrar . . . 110.120 Szillat, Mr. Rudolf H. — Instructor in German . . . 106,123 Thorpe, Mrs. George — Instructor in Physical Education ... 123 Tripp, Mrs. L.A. — Instructor in Secretarial Training ... 123 Wadepuhl, Dr. Walter — Professor of German ... 123 Wellington, Dr. Marie — Professor of Spanish ... 123 Whelihan, Miss Ann — Assistant Professor of Speech ... 123 Williams, Rev. James J. — Assistant Professor of Greek and Religion ... 123 Wukasrh, Mr. Harold P. — Assistant Professor of Education ... Ill Zink, Mrs. Frank — Assistant Professor of Mathematics ... 123 Acknowledgements To the many who made this book possible and especially — Edwin Hackleman American Yearbook Company Koehne Studios The S. K. Smith Company Holbrook, Dr. Jack — Associate Professor of Psychology ... 115 Holliday, Prof. T. B. — Associate Professor of Physics ... 121 Howie, Mrs. E. Everett — Instructor in Spanish ... 122 Johnson. Mr. Edward J. — Director of Development and Public Relations ... 120 Jones, Mrs. Miriam B. — Assistant Professor of Spanish ... 122 Jump, Dr. John A. — Professor of Biology ... 122 Kleckner, Dr. Donald C. — Dean of the College ... 120 Kohl, Dr. Maybelle — Professor of Business Administration ... 122 Krueger, Dr. T. Howard — Professor of Music ... 122 Lambert, Mr. Dan — .Assistant Director of Men ' s Residence Halls ... 103 Langhorst, Prof. Oliver M. — Professor of Physical Education . . . 82,84,122 Limper, Dr. Armin H. — Associate Professor of Religion ... 98,122 Lipp, Dr. Frances — Assistant Professor of English . . . 95,122 Low, Dr. Donald R. — Professor of Speech . . . 94,113,122 MacNair, Mr. Wilmer E. — Instructor in Sociology ... 122 Meyer, Mrs. Peter — Assistant Professor of Physical Education ... 122 Nielson, Mr. Keith — .Assistant Professor of English ... 1 15,122 Nice, Mrs. Marvin L. — Instructor in Mathematics ... 122 Ogren, Dr. Herman A. — Assistant Professor of Biology ... 122 Owen, Mr. Harold P. — .Assistant J ' rofessor of Physical Education ... 82,122 Peatman. Mr. William B. — Instructor in Chemistry ... 123 Priepke, Dr. Rudolf J. — Professor of Chemistry ... 123 Reichhold, Miss Judith— Head Nurse ... 102 Schade, Dr. Rudolf G.— Professor of History ... 123 Schieler, Rev. 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