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ELMHURST COLLEGE ELMHURST ILLINOIS CO-EDITORS; RUTH FROESCHNER CAROL HOEFER BUSINESS MANAGER: MARILYN MEINHARDT ADVISOR: MR. K. NEILSON DEDICATION The ninth president of Elmhurst College, Dr. Robert C Stanger, has been associated with the College much longer than his eight years as president. As his father was a member of the Elmhurst faculty, he was born and raised on the campus and was thus instilled with a sincere interest in it. He graduated from Elmhurst College in 1918 and received further education from Eden Seminary, Yale Divinity School and the University of Chicago. Before assuming the duties of president, Dr Stayiger served as a minister at three prominent churches and as a teacher of religion and ancient history on this campus. Since assuming the Presidency of Elmhurst College in August 1957, Dr Stanger has continued in his sincerity to bring Elmhurst to its greatest potential Vie initi- ation of the Decade of Development under his administration is an outstanding ex- ample of his many accomplishments. As President he has performed the varied duties of his office with efficiency and genuine interest To you, Dr Stanger, we dedicate the 1965 ELMS in acknowledgment of the lead- ership you have given Elmhurst College during your years as her President 5 The faculty and administra- tion through their diverse interests are sources of inform- ation and guidance for the Ehnhurst student in his aca- demic and social ventures. FACUCTY AND ADMINfSTRATI BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dr. Fred C. Allricli, Vice Chairman Dr. Michael Baas Mr. Ervin Bauiiirucker Rev. Paul C. Bloesch Rev. Wesley V. Bornemann Dr. Edward V. Brueseke Mr. A. G. Buehler Dr. Frederick R. Daries Mr. Raymond H. (iiesecke Dr. Erwin J. Goebel, Chairman Mr. Louis H. Goebel Dr. Albert G. Gonser Dr. Louis M. Hammcrschmidt Dr. Charles C. Hoskinson Mr. Paul E. Kaiser Mr. Fred S. Kix miller Mr. Ardiur H. Morstadt Mr. Thomas H. Price Mr. Eldred (]. Strobel Mr. Allrcd E. Studt Rev. Herbert H. W ' intermeyer, Secretary Mr. George P. Wirth, Treasurer Dr. Donald C. Kleckner Dean of the College Mr. William F. Denman Dean of Students I READY, WILLING, AND ABLE Miss Marjorie Hensley Mr. Robert W. Swords Rev. Robert D. Schieler Assistant Dean of Students Registrar and Director of Summer Session College Chaplain C. C. Arends, M.A. Professor of Speech David B. Austin, M.M. Director of Glee Club, Instructor in Voice Archie Bakay, M.B.A. Assistant of Business Administration William R. Barclay, Ph.D. Professor of English George W. Barger, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology Latham Baskerville, M.F.A. Assistant Professor of Art Michael S, Black, Ph.D. Part-time Instructor in Psychology Neal R. Blum, M.S. Assistant Professor of History Patricia Clark, M.A. Instructor in English Robert J. Clark, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy Edith Cole, M.A. Instructor in Speech Gordon W. Coucinnan, Ph.D. Professor of English Arnold Davidson, M.A. Instructor of English Robert Francis DeRoo, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Ariane DeVaud Instructor in French Geart B. Droege, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of German Robert C. Eaton, M.S. Assistant Professor of Economics Elsa Chandler Fischer Instructor in Piano Alfred Friedh, A.M., Ped.D. Professor of Sociology and Education; Dean Emeritus George Gazmararian, M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Business Administration Rutli Glazebrook, Ed. D. Professor of Education Ronald G. GoeU, M.A. Instructor in Religion John Gow, M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech Donna Glyndon Gras, M.A. Assistant Professor of French William J. Halfter, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy Wendall Harris, M.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Marie Stange Hernandez, B.M. Instructor in Piano Theodore B. Holliday, E.E. Associate Professor of Physics Marian B. Howie, M.A. Part-time Instructor in Spanish Miriam Bonifield Jones, M.A. Assistant Professor of Spanish John A. Jump, Ph.D. Professor of Biology Maybelfe Kohf, Ph.D. Professor of Business Administration T. Howard Krueger, Pli.I). Professor of Music Oliver M. l,anghorst, M.S. Professor of Physical FLducation Armin H. Limper, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Religion and Christian Education David Lindstrom, B.D. Part-time Instructor in Sociology Donald R. Low, Ph.D. Professor of Speech Maude J. Meyer, M.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Harold Mohamed, M.A. Assistant Professor of Geography Keith T. Neilson, M.A. Assistant Professor of English Doris R. Nice, M.A. Instructor in Mathematics Harold P. Owen, M.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Educatioi William Peatman, M.S. Instructor in Chemistry Devona Price, M.A. Part-time Instructor in Education Rudolf J. Priepke, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Clayton Reed, M.M.E. Assistant Professor of Music Rudolf G. Schade, Th.D. Professor of History Ervin H. Schmidt, Ph.D. Professor of Education t4 Royal J. Schmidt, Ph.D. Professor of Political Science and History Donald G. Stoner, B.D. Part-time Instructor in Christian Education Walter Wadepu hi, Ph.D. Professor of German Marie A. Wellington, Ph.D. Professor of Spanish Ann T. Whelilian, M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech James ]. Williams, A.M. Assistant Professor of Greek and Religion lames Wyly, Mus. A.D. Assistant Professor ot Music Mary Zink, M.S. Assistant Professor ol Mathematics 1 s Shirley Grobe, Assistant Librarian; Grace P. Dunnivant, Circulation Head; Mr. Edward J. Johnson Director of Development and Public Relations Mrs. Wilma Goldsborough Assistant to Director of Public Relations Rev. Roy Gieselmann Director of Alumni Affairs Mrs. Gertrude Tripp Director of Language Laboratory and Central Services Mr. John C. DeLaurenti Director of Evening Session and Elx- tended Services Mrs. Lynn Dalla Recorder ( Kitchen staff members George Jacobsen, Mildred Weishuit, Evelyn Heine, Roger Carlson, xMabel Cork, C Dunne, and Inga Albright. PHYSICAL WELL-BEING, Health Service staff - Mrs. Donna Froeschner, nurse; Judy Reichhold, head nurse; Barb Bartel, nurse; Held Martin, psychologist; and Dr. Samuel Lewis, physician. Head Residents Ron Ohl, Dan Lambert, Linda Snyder, Lee Baum, and Judy Reichhold. DORMS WELL-LED Resident Advisors Carroll Cullom, Russ Landolt, Mary Kay Wallace, Hal Youngblood, Joyce Carlson, Don Stahlhut, Roz Peplies, Paul Litzsinger, Nancy Allison, Denny Hode. Many activities - all geared to the various student body interests - are to be found each year at Elmhurst College. The school year begins with Fresh- man Week in the fall, and then the tra- ditional Homecoming Weekend. In the winter are many events, most important of all the festivities of the Christmas season. Spring brings Bachelor ' s Holi- day, followed by such occasions as Parent ' s Weekend, the E.I. I., the Wo- men ' s Union Circus, the Junior Prom, and, most important to seniors, grad- uation. Throughout the year there are also a number of dances, concerts, films, and assemblies, all a very important part of life at Elmhurst College. (finely Raitt, Ron Wilde, and Marty Udilaut lead the " green " Irosh in an opening hootenanny. FROSH MEET E.G. 22 The start of a new school year is anticipated most, perhaps, by the trosh coming to the college campus for the first time. The frosh, with their blue and white beanies, are looking forward to four years of study and a degree. But before the study, the freshman must be orientated to the campus and college life. After numerous tests, discussions, and the convocations, there were my- riads of dances, games and bull sessions. Frosii week committee once again challenged the frosh to a tug ol war. Although the frosh won during orientation week, die sophomores won later on in the year. 23 SOCIAL LIFE PRESENTS.... The LETTERMEN, a nationally famous recording group, sing out in their Socail lil e Concert which was an evening full of fine entertainment. capacity audience burst out in applause when the SEREX 1) 1 1 ' ■ SINCiERS entertained with " lieans in Your Ears " and " Don ' t Let die Rain Come Down " in the second Social life Concert of die year. 24 1964 25 Displays incorporating nursery rhymes carried out this year ' s theme " Forever Young. " The communters once again won the trophy for the best display. Following the homecoming show, a pep rally " fired up " the team. Students and Alumni enjoyed an evening together amid an atmos- phere of castles and (laming torches. W i i 27 th a specially designed set providing the background, John Pantermuehl and Carol Jan I ' rbank and Ann (;onser are deeply engrossed in amsky entertain the campus in Tennessee Williams " " A Streetcar Named Desire. " trying to solve a problem in the language laboratory. WORK... AT PLAY... Mr. Honour hosts firesides for a group of students which proves to be an evening ol hvcly dl.stiiNsion 29 The night before vacaUon, not a creature was stirring in chapel as the Polyhymnia presented an interpreti dance of " Silent Night. " 30 Uncle Pete " Langhorst as Santa Glaus presented faculty members witli their Chrisunas gifts. CHRISTMAS !! This year Choral Union, directed by T. Howard Krueger presented Handel ' s " Messiah tor lluir .innu.il Christmas Oratorio. Dr. James Wyly and Mrs. I ' . Krueger accompanied the group. 31 Dick Gregory talked with many of the people who attended his lecture afterwards in the lounge ot the union. He answered questions of the group and also elaborated on some ol his views. COMEDIANS TO Comedian Dick Gregory spoke in his usual casual manner about civil rights, an extremely controver- sial subject. A Pulitzer Prize Winner, Gwendolyn Brooks renewed student interest in poetry with her: readings and comments. Dr. Bob Bradbury captivated his audience with his lecture on " Playboy ' s View of Sex. " Many private discussions followed in the dorms after his presentation. 32 Many speakers from all differents walks of life visited our campus this year and spoke about issues which were significant tor the student body and for the community. Sever- al presentations on civil rights were given while others spoke on " Playboy ' s View of Sex " , poetry, mountain climbing, and the plight of the Democratic Party in predomin- ately Republican DuPage County. Some of the people who spoke on campus are pictured on these two pages and are representatives of many others who inspired students and faculty and stimulated serious thought among them. lOUNTAIN CLIMBERS! Jerry Ziegler, a Democratic candidate in Republi- can DuPage County, spoke about his political par- ty and his fight for office. Dr. David Dingman told of his exciting partici- pation in the latest American expedition up Mount Everest. All who heard the lecture left the Chapel filled with deep admiration for Dr. Dingman and the others in the expedition. 33 SNOW CAME . . . While Kathy was getting ready to throw a snowball, Ellen Sim- chuk, her roommate was also packing one to throw back. There is a fight in the making. 34 As snow falls on Schick Hall, severaJ girls seem to be rushing back to keep their hair from getting too straight. 35 Rev. Bob McDonald prepares to lecture the Greenlake retreaters on the theme, " You and Me. " The Rev. Bob McDonald led this year ' s Religious Life Retreat at Green Lake, Wisconsin, on the theme: " You and Me. " The retreaters searched their hidden selves in order to find out who they were and, at the same time, searched others for the same reason. They were trying to discover means to communicate with all people by understanding both the other per- son and themselves. Despite temperatures ranging to twenty below zero, the southern Wisconsin countryside provided the group with midnight hikes, toboggan rides and many snowball fights. After an hour or two outside, everyone was ready to sit around the tire, sing hymns and play indoor games till the early hours of the morning. RETREATERS DISCOVER " YOU AND ME 99 Lou Colvis and the Denisons providei an evening ol song after which Paul Ar derson called in a lively square danc 36 After the call came out from Martin Luther King, Jr., to join in a part of what was to be an historic civil rights demonstration, campus leaders imme- diately started to organize a group of students and faculty members to go to Selma, Alabama. In a matter of two days, there was a list of over twenty students who were willing to leave school at a mo- ments notice for Alabama. Finally the time was set and the students and faculty members left, but those who stayed behind were also going to do their part. They organized a sympathy demonstration which was held in downtown Elmhurst. Over one hundred students and town ' s people marched to the court- house to hear the inayor and a student, Harv Mor- ris, speak. Dr. Couchman, Elmhurst faculty member, talks to the sympathy demon- strators at the city hall. WE MARCHED TOWARD EQUALITY! is I crvi The march complete witli police escort proceeds toward down- town Elmhurst. Students and town ' s people sing freedom songs as they stand at the city hcill. " God Needs Men, " the dieme of the Religious Emphasis Period, was chosen to emphasize the fact that people too often view the Church as a shelter or bulwark behind which hide. Christian commit- ment to act for the Church rather than to build a fortress around it was stressed. Highlights of the Period were " Monsieur Vincent, " a French film about a priest ' s work with the poor, " Black Like Me, " a speech on die book of the same name by John Howard Griffin; " For Heaven ' s Sake, " a student-directed musical satire by Helen Kromer; and a Chapel Service Sermon by Chaplain Schieler. John Howard Griffin spoke to a packed chapel as he opened Religious Emphasis Week with Black Like Me. " GOD NEEDS MEN " ne Verdict oj (hie was presented by Carole Stevenson, Lee Marinacdo, BUI Wood, Bob Mutton, Gary Friebus, Peter Vestal, Chuck Lockyear, Charles Meyer, and Charles Rondi. 38 The opening event of Bachelor ' s Holiday was a wheel chair basketball game. The cast of the Variety Show lines up to give themselves a The Squirt pledges proved lo be charming young ladies .is tluy d.uiml great big hand. at the X ' ariety Siiow. 41 As Gary Miller ' s Band played, Dr. Donald Kleckner can be seen looking over the students at die famous Elmhurst " Playboy Club. " THE " E " CLUB TRIES TO MATCH An evening of dancing and floor show entertainment helped create die nightclub atmosphere. The " bunnies " at this club turned into vested waiters. Bob Bottoms, John Mathe, Rich Gerber, Mike Jones, Ken Aim, and David Allen. HUGH HEFNER It was a busy evening at the VAuh and the dance floor was crowded. 45 Faculty and Administration membe rs served as officials for the thirty-first annual Elmhurst Liter-collegiate Invitational. Here they await the running of the next race. E.I.I. GREETS PARENTS With a bright sun and a strong wind, die members of the court from left to right Karen VoUertsen, Sue Vorhees, Queen Linda Benzyl, Mary Beth Kirby, and Jeannie Adams seat themselves. 47 The winner of tlie campus chest tricycle race, Dennis Hotle, and members of the Squires ride tlie car that was about to get smashed for a quarter a try. CAR SMASH AND ENTERTAINING CONCERT Polyhymnia and Glee club joined hands for dieir annual concert which helped to enter- tain parents for their weekend. 48 PRESIDENT GREETS PARENTS AND SCHOLARS! President and Mrs. Stanger greeted all parents, freshman scholars, and Elmhurst scholarship recipients. The reception in the lounge was followed later by a banquet lor tlie scholars. Inga tame up witli shrimp cocktail, stuffed potatoes and roast beef. 49 President Kleckner introduces his family - Charlotte, Celeste, Dan, and Mrs. Kleckjier - to the student body in j assembly. i i NEW PRESIDENT | :i Kleckner, succeeding former President Stanger, is greeted cordicilly to his new position. 51 Queen Karen Vollertsen ( Uic ' fii Karen ' ollfrtstn and escort I ' aiil Ijtzsinger lead the grand March with alleiulaiit Joyce Carlson and es- cort llal onngblood next to theni. THE GRAND BALLROOM OF THE KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL WOMENS ' UNION PRESENTS... A CIRCUS! In the Choir ad Religious life ( " ominittee Booth, a spook house, Don Sinarto was Dratula! The Schick booth, run here by Kathy Spross was a lishing pond. A pole with a hook on the end wasputoverthe screen and when it was brought back, il con- tained a pri c. I lie II csliMu ii h.ul .1 j)ic iliK i i nil. Ill iiig llic u lii|i|iiii ( n 59 At the speakers ' table are Dr. Low, Mrs. Kleckiier, Dean Kleckiier, Mrs. St anger, Dr. Stanger, Mr. Baum- rucker, Mrs. Baumrucker, Dean Hensley, Linda Benzel, Dick KrolL SENIOR BANQUET Dr. Stanger, President of the college. Mr. Baumrucker, President of the Alumni Association. Dr. Low, Advisor to the Class of 1965. Richard KroU, President of the Class of 1965. 62 SPEAKERS At the close of their fourth year at Elmhurst College, the seniors join in a banquet inaugurating them into a new role as alumni of Elm- hurst College. This is one of the last big events for seniors as they come together for a formal dinner accom- panied by reminiscing, speech-mak- ing and looking ahead to the years to come. In appreciation ot the guidance he has provided, Dr. Donald R. Low is presented widi a gilt by Dick Kroll. On one of their last evenings together as a class the seniors enjoy a hne dinner in CUB ' s private dining On the morning of Sunday, June 5, 1965, the seniors assembled in their robes and processed into Hammerschmidt Chapel for the Baccalaureate Service. At this solemn occasion they listened to words of wisdom and encouragement to send them on past the doors of Elmhurst College. LAUREATE I I 65 Graduation Day is a day to be looked forward to for all college students. Finally it has come for the Class of 1965; on Sunday, June 6, 1965, they gathered for the pomp and ceremony of graduation. Each student has earned his diploma and this is the time for congratulations to be sounded as he formally re- ceives it. After the afternoon is over, the graduates are no longer consid- ered college students and now they have greater responsibilities and graduation becomes something to be remembered. The graduates process past friends and relatives on grad- uation afternoon. GRADUATION The Mall provides an ideal setting on a sunny Sunday alternoon tor the momentous occasion ol graduation. The passing of another year has brought growing prestige to Elmhurst athletics. Unlike the losing records of the past, the 1964-65 Jays finished with six winning teams and only two losing ones. Cross Country, the often forgotten sport, stands out as the team with the best record of the year-- 13 - 1, followed closely by football ' s 7 - 2 record. Special recognition must be given to each coach for his devoted interest in his team as players as well as stu- dents and individuals. The cheerleaders and their sponsor, likewise, deserve special recog- nition for their enthusiastic work. Recording another victorious season for the Jays gives Elmhurst an even brighter future in athletics. Zf to Jorz; ,• Lee Marinaccio, Rich Grobe, Rodger Miller, Denny Hotle, Dick KroU, Gary Miller, Jon Neuse, Karl Ludwig, [oe Fraccaro, Tom Gardner, Paul Minarik, Goach Harris. Row 2: Joel Ayers, Manag- er; Dave Hode, Bill Exhani, Hal Schippits, Bill Kloepping, Paul Litzsmger, Jim Karr, Lance Hittman, Gliff Ehlinger, Warren Phillips, Steve Grande, Leo Boughton. Row 3: Ed Briggeman, Jack Terrill, Tom Barber, Bill Eilers, Skip Knapp, Ron Teed, Dave Ek, Bob Treichel, Denny I ' eterson, Tom Topel, Ted Rodgers. Bob Kostal receives touchdown pass as teammates Ek, Briggeman, Kloepping, and Rodgers look on. Coach Harris again must be congratulated for coming up with a winning season, especially the fourth quarter victory over the undefeated Winona State. Lead by tri-captains Miller, KroU, and Hode, the Jays rushed for an impressive 2412 yards as compared with only 1016 yards for the opponents. Most valuable player was Dave Ek who was also elected team captain for next year along with Harold Schippits. From left to right, Row 1: Warren Phillips, Ed Briggemaii, Jon Neuse, jack Terrill, Dick Kroll, Hal Scliip- pits, Ted Rodgers. Row 2: Gary Miller, Dave Ek, Denny Ilode, Ron Teed. UNSTOPPABLE JAYS OFFENSE ON THE MOVE Miller blocks lor Ek ' s end run. Offense again was dominated by an inside-out- side combination ol l)a ' e Kk and Bob Kostal witli 8f8 yards and 772 ards respectivelw Ron and (iary Miller loUowed vvitli 350 yard.s and 280 yards respectively, iiob Kostal led the scoring w illi 9 touclidovvns lor 63 points toUowed b) ' Rodgers with 24 points and Kk with 2 ' . . TOUGH DEFENSE ALLOWS ONLY 75 POINTS Marmaccio tackles break away runner. Although often unnoticed the Jays ' defense sparkled through the season. They allowed only 208 yards per game and only 10 touch- downs in the 9 games compared with the Jays ' 25. The defense was high-lighted by Sam Grano ' s 51 tackles, Dave Hode ' s 48, and Paul Litzsinger ' s 35. Dennis Hode and Paul Litz- singer led in pass interceptions with two each. From left to right. Row 1: Rodger Miller, Tob Barber, Jon Bill Kloepping, Rich Grobe, Dick Kroll, Denny Peterson, Neuse, Cliff Ehlinger. Row 2: Lee Marinaccio, Denn y Hotle, Paul Utzsinger. From left to nght. Row 1: Coach Langhorst, Dan Urban, Jeff Swartout, Cliff Pensyl. Ron, 2: Art Rock, Don Stahlhut, Lee Wolf, Paul Anderson. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM RUNS UP 13-1 RECORD 13 - 1 RECORD Opponent ' ' ' ■ " O ' Beloit 25 31 Rockford 43 16 23 Lead by freshman Jeff Swartout, the Cross North Central 36 Country team ended with the best record of 41 19 the year. Jeff finished first for Elmhurst in each of the seven meets of which three were first Lake Forest 39 20 f . fjis best time was 16:36 j5 which was followed by Stahlhut ' s 16:39, Rock ' s Rockford 46 %Al, Wolfs 16:44, and Pensyl ' s 16:59. Most ,. 40 17 valuable player award went to Swartout. Widi Concordia J ■ ' i . a t only one member of the team graduatmg, Art Ilhnoi5 Tech 50 15 yg j- should be anodier winning 24 season for the Harriers. Augustana 31 V 38 19 Knox Concordia 42 1 A 44 16 Aurora Jim Harsli conquerors Carthage opponent. NEW MAT BRINGS VICTORY Hob Kostal takes down oppoiienl. Coach Harris used tlic experienced vvresders oi last year ' s beginners along with ireshnian standouts to build a winning team. This year ' s 8 - 4 record tor the niatmen will, perhaps, be the turning point lor the luture success ol our wresders. Team cap- tain, Jim Harsh, led the victorious team as he wrest- led in the 147 weight class. Jim was closely lollowed by Ireshman Bob Kostal in points, as Hob will be remembered tor his rugged pin against his 1 ' . ol (Chicago opponent. Other standouts were Ireshman, Gary Tebo; sophomore, (Jary Noland; and junior. Hal Schii)pits. One ol the more exciting li ' .tltircs ol the season was when our inatmen placed lourth in the Lake Forest tournameiU. (loach Harris .tnd the team again nnisl be comnu iKlcd lot a good season. Coach Harris watches Gary Noland practice escape. John Hadley and Gary Tebo try out new mat. WRESTLER ' S IN ACTION Harold Schippits and Karl Ludwig push their weight IHir Coach Harris points out take-down hold to sophomore Gary No- land, and junior, [ini Harsh. Leo concentrates on the basket. 8 - 15 RECORD Opponent Varsity Concordia 92 82 Hope 93 102 North Park 75 69 Illinois College 67 89 MacMurray 65 54 Wheaton 75 61 St. Procopius 105 94 Concordia 89 64 Carthage 84 56 lUinois College 70 81 North Central 93 64 Augustana 75 66 Kalamazoo 75 76 Hope 92 75 North Park 73 57 Lake Forest 70 74 Kalamazoo 89 77 North Central 76 89 Rockford 73 97 Millikan lOl y2 Illinois Tech 72 66 Lake Forest 87 91 Carthage 97 75 JAYS SET SCORING MARK , iiderin in makes rimiiing jump shot as ( pi)t)iieMls look on ■ ( p. Boughton jumps as Murdock, Keller, Rumpf, and Dancy wait for the tip. Coach Schousen gives last minute orders to the team. Jays set three new scoring records in a losing season. Leo Boughton set the scoring mark at 43 points against Illinois College only to have it tied by Don Anderman two months later against Lake Forest. Leo also set the field goal record at 21 in his 43 point performance. The high powered of- fense scored 75.1 points per game while yielding 83.8 points per game to opponents. The Jays shot 61.76% from the line and were led by Don Ander- man ' s 80%, thereby winning the free throw award. Anderman and Boughton were chosen valuable players. The loss of both these players during the season drastically handicapped the Jays - especially Anderman ' s broken collar bone in the early stages of the season. Boughton led the team ' s scoring witli 404 pomts and 22.4 points per game average. Next followed Knapp and Dancy with 246 and 223 points repsectively. Captain Bruce Murdock again lead the defense and set up the high scoring offens e with his dogged playing. Coach Arends continues to have a winning tennis team as the Netmen were able to defeat both Aurora and St. Pro- copius twice. Leading the team in both singles and doubles was Paul Kummer and Glen Kistner. As a duet this team was seldom defeated. The second doubles team was Scott Stratton and Bob Kostal, and third team was Mike Jones, Dave Gumper or Gene Stinchcomb. Kummer was number one singles followed by Kist- ner, Stratton, Kostal, Gumper, Jones, and Stinchcomb. Scott Stratton was elected captain of next year ' s team. From left to right. Row I: Dave Gumper, Mike Jones. Row 2: Coach Arends, Scott Stratton, Glen Kistner, Gene Stinchcomb. RACKETMEN HAVE 6-5 SEASON 6- 6- 1 RECORD Opponent Lake Forest 7 Rockiord 4 North Park 6 Aurora 2 St. Procopius 1 Rockford 9 Aurora 3 St. Procopius 2 North Park 6 Illinois Tech 4 Lake Forest 6 Concordia 3 Paul Kummer serves victory ball to opponent. Varsity 2 4 3 6 8 0 6 7 3 5 3 6 13 - 9 RECORD Opponents University of Illinois 17 North Central 6 Augustana 11 Carroll 8 Eureka 12 Normal 16 1 2 Northern 17 Carroll 12 St. Ambros 15 Carthage 550 Illinois Wesleyan 540 North Central 430 Milhkan 559 North Park 587 Rockford 513 Shinier 581 Wheaton 540 Roosevelt 448 Illinois Tech H Varsity 7 11 7 10 6 1 1 2 1 6 3 427 427 427 521 521 517 517 517 397 13 Ed Beaver improves swing in C.U.B. basement. LINKSTERS WIN 13 OF 22 MATCHES As Coach Owen said, the golf team must have run into the pro-tour this year. Competition was tough and perhaps out of the Jay ' s class, especially Normal, North- ern, and St. Ambros. The Jays, however, continued their string of winning seasons. Bruce BuUis was the top golfer with a 78 average and was voted MVP as well as captain. Art Zitt was second widi 79.9 followed by Warren Singleton ' s 81, and Lynn Weesner ' s 88. Ed Beaver received the outstanding putters award, while Steve Boland was chosen next year ' s captain. The team ' s record was good enough to compete in the Na- tional Tournament in Rockford where over 200 golf- ers compete. Perhaps our team will reach its peak in the June Tournament. From left to right: Coach Owen, Steve Boland, Warren Singleton, Bruce BuUis, Lynn W ' ecsner, Ed Beaver, and Art Zitt. With only five returning lettermen, the Jays lacked experience toward the open- ing of the season but gained consider- able poise by the end of the campaign. The pitching, which is the cronic weak- ness for the Pillsockers, became the strength this year as Cliff Ehlinger won 3 and lost 2 with a 5.08 ERA, Cliff Pen- syl won 1 and lost 0 with a 3.00 ERA along with several brilliant relief appear- ances, and Carl Reed won 1 and lost 6 with a 4.00 ERA. Carl was the hard-luck pitcher of the year as he lost a two-hitter to IIT. The anemic bats were paced by Ehlinger ' s 292, Becker ' s 256, Peterson ' s 239, and Litzsinger ' s 234. Ehlinger led in total hits with 12 as Litzsinger and Becker followed with 11 each. Ehlinger and Litzsinger each hit 6 RBI ' s while Murdock and Becker each hit 5. Mur- dock led the team with 8 stolen bases and 16 walks. Most valuable player was Wil- li Shigetani and honorary captain was Dennis Peterson. The seniors, Dennis Peterson and Bruce Murdock, should be recognized for their invaluable work. Cliff Pensyl has good cut at fastball. PILLSOCKERS WIN 5 OF 13 GAMES Pensyl makes diving tag on base runner as Becker backs up throw from Shigetani. Mason husdes back to first on a pick-ofT attempt. • 1 Murdock returns after telling Reed how to pitch to the next batter. From left to right. Row 1: Dennis Peterson, Jerry Becker, Cliff Pensyl, Paul Litzsinger, Willi Shigetani, Bruce Murdock, Carl Reed, Etenny Pietrini. Roiv 2: Coach Schousen, Cliff Ehlinger, Paul Minarik, Mike Mason, Ron Radke, Steve Fucile, Ron Wilde, Coach Spiroff, Joel Ayres, Manager. From left to right, Row 1: Hal Brueseke, Lee Wolf, Coach Langhorst, John Fulton. Row 2: Don Stahlhut, Mike Shewchuk, John Boland, Terry Moye, Manager. Row 3: Dave Ek, Don Hello, Kurt Kunze, Warren Phillips, and Paul Anderson. TRACKMEN BREAK 5 RECORDS BELOIT RELAY TEAM; Lee Wolf, Don Stahlhut, Coach Lang- horst, Mike Shewchuk, and Don Bello. The Cinder men did not display much depth, but what they did have accounted for the setting of five school records. Dave Ek provided the only new field record in the shot put with a 46 ' 2 " distance, Lee Wolf broke his own 880 record in a time of 1:56.3, while the 440 relay team (Mark Wissehr, Lee Wolf, John Boland, and John Fulton) set the record with a :44.4 time. The team composed of Don Bello, Don Stahlhut, Mike Shewchuk, and Lee Wolf tied the mile relay record with a 3:25.2 and broke the 2 mile relay with a record time of 8:10.4. For the first time at Elmhurst the intermediate hurdles were run and Mark Wissehr holds the record with a: 41.9. These records as well as the tournaments show the true caliber of our team. The two mile relay team finished first in the Wabash Re- lays and second in the Beloit Relays; also the Jays fin- ished first in the Chicagoland Independent at Concordia. John Boland, who usually took first, or second places in 100, 220, and broad jump, as well as being anchor man for the 440 relay team, was the most valuable player. From left to right: Lynn Engman, Freya Barger, Sandy Centner, Beth Schmiechen, Sue Vorhees, Marty Uthlaut, Sandy Beecher. CHEERLEADERS LEAD JAYS TO ANOTHER VICTORIOUS SEASON Team morale, student enthusiasm, and faculty in- terest are vital factors to a winning team. These factors were gready helped this year by the eight hard work- ing, ambitious cheerleaders and their advisor, Judy Wiebke. Besides their cheerleading duties in football and basketball, the cheerleaders organized pep rallies, dances, team receptions and send-offs, and helped de- velop the athletic image on campus. Sue Henerfauth is the only senior and must be remembered for her faithful service. Along with Sue were one junior, three sophomores, and three freshmen - the youngest squad in years. Youth and vitality gave Elmhurst one of the best squads to cheer our teams to victory. Row 1: Sue Vorhees, Sandy Beecher, Freya Barger, Sue Henerfauth. Row 2: Lynn Eng- man, Beth Schmiechen, Sandy Centner, Mar- ty, Uthlaut. Fro?n left to right. Row 1: Denny Hotle, Steve Grande, Cliff Pensyl - Vice President, Dick Kroll - President Joel Ayres, Karl Ludwig. Row 2: Bill Exham, Paul LiUsinger - Secretary, Glen Kistner, Rich Grobe, lioger Miller, Willi Shigitani. Row 3: " Gov. " Hylton, Ed Beaver, Tom Tyrrell, Dale Hempen, John Dancy. Row 4: Leo Boughton, Jim Karr, Lee Marinaccio, Jon Neuse, Steve Boland. Row 5: Scott Stratton, Hal Brueseke, Jack Terrdl, Ed Briggeman, John Boland - Treasurer, Harold Schippits. " E " CLUB MEMBERS SERVE CAMPUS Coach Harris and Coach Schousen present Press Publications award to outstanding student - adilete ol die year, Dick Kroll. " E " Club members show athletics can do more for campus than participate in a par- ticular sport. The club sponsored one of the most successful dances of the year - the Playboy Dance, as well as the Kick-Off Dance in September. Other school services include the distribution of programs and ushering for football and basketball, print- ing oi the newsletter, judging events for KII, and organizing the athletic convocation. 01 the 86 letter winners, Dick Kroll was select- ed by Karl Schindl and the coaches as the athlete who contributed most to the student body. The " Hylton Robert.s Award. " al tiiough not given this year, should prove a definite stimulus for athletic scholarship in the future. Dick Kroll, president til llie club, must be congratulated lor his leadership. Now, the club looks for strong leadership from next year ' s president, Clill i ' en.svl. CO-EDS PARTICIPATE IN IM PROGRAM Dink Finks battle volleyball opponents. Irion 2 scores from outside. Irion 2: Dan Eschenbrenner, Dave Proc- ter, Ed Scliell, Bob Voustra, Steve Boland, John Boland, Ralph Seyinore, Dave Clark, Bob Goecks. Irion 2: Ratu 1: Ralph Seymore, Mike Jones. Rmv 2: Russ Landolt, John Boland, Mike Meinhardt, Steve Boland. Another successful year in Intramurals saw a growing number of students participate in sports. Irion 2 got off to tfieir winning ways by winning the football championship as well as the highly competitive " A " basketball championship. The Nie- buhr Reds (first floor) won the " B " division champ- ionship in basketball. Volleyball had two divisions - red and blue - which found Irion Reds (third floor) champion of the first and Niebuhr Colts (second floor) tied with the Squires for winners of the second division. Softball was won by Niebuhr 2. Women ' s IM. was less extensive, with only basketball and volleyball being played. Shick Sharpshooters won the basketball championship while the Amazons won the volleyball championship. ORGANIZAl Organizations on Elmhurst ' s campus found a new asset this year. The College Union Building offered meeting rooms and areas to all organizations who wished to make use of them. More specifically it provided new and better places for the SGA office, the Union Board office, the W.R.S.E. studios, and the " Elm Bark " - Elms office. This building en- hanced the workings of E.G. student organiza- tions as the different groups continued to rend- er services and add activity to the campus. Union Board: Left to right: Melisse Thomas, Dr. Robert Clark, Lois Helm, Mr. Robert F. Gentry, Harbart, Roberta Brodt, Jerry Suhrheinrich, Roberta Wells. STUDENTI Executive CotywVttee: Dennis Hotle ■ Treasurer, Paul Anderson - Senate President, Judith Kehl - Secretary, David Dickbernd - President, Richard Harbart - Union Board President. GOVERNMENT SENATE Paul Andeison-President Marilyn Berg Karen Bowman James Bracher Mary Casto Clifford Ehlinger Sandra Gold Robert Grothe David Gumper- Parliamentarian David Hoefer Michael Jones Judy Kehl-Secretary Arnold Koraith Becky Lattner Janet LaVine Jane Leabhard David McCurdy Sandranne Milleitner Rodger Miller Barbara Parker Christine Rasche Edward Schell Ronald Stone Scott Stratton Jean Tschudy SOCIAL LIFE COMMITTEE Row . Sandra Centner, Marty Uthlaut, Mary Beth Kirby, Eileen Leber, Harold Schippits, Jon Neuse, Cindy Raitt, Elaine Politis, Susan Henerfauth. Row 2: Marilyn Berg, Lois Helm, Neal Nicolay. STUDENT LEADERS CO- CULTURAL LIFE COMMITTEE Row 1: Patricia Stock, Carl Zimmerman, Roberta Brodt, Paul Meyer, Roger Rumpf. Row 2: Mr. William Peatman, Dr. Robert J. Clark, Catherine Zulauf, Bonita Lantz, Dr. Rudolf Schade. A 1 HLETIC LIFE COMMITTEE Row 1: Patricia Lyke, Janet Russell, Margaret Griesinger. Roiu 2: John Boland, Michael Meinhardt, Ronald Wilde. ORDINATE CAMPUS LIFE RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE Row 1: Nancy Allison, Ruth Juengling, Joan Beerhalter, Kaye Kelley. Row 2: Rev. Robert Schieler, Roselyn Peplies, Kay Grunewald, Lee Baum, Roger Hanz, Roberta Wells, Thomas Bentz, Dr. Armin H. Limper. INTER-DORM Judicial Board members Barbara Beam, Mary Jo Schmitt, Phyllis Gaulke, Chairman Loralee Olliger, Miss Hensley, Barbara Lem- mons, Annette Herness, Phyllis Maack. 100 Inter-Residence Hall Council members Sandy Gold, Linda Snyder, President Hal Brueseke, Ron Ohl, Dave Allen, Lois Hauck, Pam Martens and Ann Gonser. OPERATION Government within dorms is admin- istered and enforced through these coop- erating groups. The Committee of Nine and Judicial Board work strictly with women ' s government. They may be busy discussing the merits of different rules, whether to enact them or dispose of them. If the punishment fits the crime the ju- dicial Board may take action. The In- ter-Residence Council is a meeting of the minds of the people who administer the separate dorms - a place to discuss problems, get new ideas and bring about co-operation. to 1 All dorms need leadership to plan dorm life and set up regulations for living in the individual dorms. Whether it ' s planning for an open house, deciding dorm policy, working on a special event, or bring- ing about co-operation within the dorm, the dorm councils keep busy. Each dorm council is made up of elected officers and representatives to guide the dorm ' s activities. DINKMEYER COUNCIL: Row 1: Loralee OUiger, Secretary; Lmda Snyder, linda Benzel, President. Row 2: Marlene Langohr, Sandy Cold, Joyce Danim. Row 3: Karen Morlde, Sandy Todd, and Mary- nelle Engelhardt. DORM SCHICK COUNCIL; Row 1: Barb Lemnions, Vice- President; Shirley Samonek, President; Sue Grove, Secretary; Ann Gonser, Treasurer. Row 2: Diane Kraus, Gloria Schwind, Jean Stupecky, Ellen Kol- nian, and Karen Wiessner. IRION COUNCIL: Dave McCurdy, Steve Boland, Gene Stinchcomb, Secretary-Treas- urer; Gary Tebo, Dan De Michael, Kurt Traugott, Dave Allen, and Dan Eschen- brenner. LEHMANN COUNCIL: Row 1: Donna Shank, Elaine Cabler, Secretary; Ruth Nolte, Vice-President; Ix)is Hauck, President; Judy Frazer, Treasurer; Ellen Simchuk. Row 2: Kenvi Sheehan, Jane Willman, Pam Martens, Donna Langlas, and Carol Grossen- COUNCILS TO SERVE GREATER ELMHURST GREATER ELMHURST is a relatively new organization. This group had as its main interest the making of Elmhurst into a greater school. They looked for new ways of improving Elmhurst traditions and for new ways of letting other people know what Elmhurst College is all about. It worked very closely with many administrative divisions of our school to further Elmhurst College. One of this group ' s undertakings was helping to produce a very successful Honors Day and Parent ' s Week-End. Mem- bers of the group seated clockwise around the table are: John Kuechmann, Jack Ter- rill, Coordmator for Development; Carolyn Stahlhut, Art Kay, Marty Uthlaut, Coor- dinator for Alumni; Rev. Gieselmann, Director of Alumni Affairs; Barb Dammen, Ed Johnson, Director of Development and Public Relations; Susy Martschinke, Coordinator for Admissions; Mary Ann McPherson, Chads Skinner, Director of Admissions; Kadiy Hooton, Secretary; Jim Bracher, Jean Tschudy, Don Smarto, Judy Kessler, Dave Kinsman, and Charles Lockyear, President. 104 ELMHURST HOMECOMING COMMITTEE An event that is as big as Homecoming takes a lot of preparation and liard work. These people arc the committee which put on one ot the biggest and best homecomings. Row 1: Mrs. Maude Meyer, Hob Strong, Ellen Karasek, Cathy Xinos, Cheryl Patton. Row 2: Bob Mutton, Peggy Simpson, Linda Benzel, Jane Buchholtz, Dennis Fredrickson, Diane Braiden, Bill Wood, Jim Harsh, Don Stahlhut, John Jeffrey, and Pete Langhorst. UNITING IN CAREER INTERESTS BUSINESS CLUB: Row 1: Mr. Gazmararian, John Drummond, Rodger Miller, Paul Minarik, Marilyn Meinhardt, Dennis John- son, Lee Howies, Bill Schmidt, Kathy Ahlman, Mike Mason, San- dy Groner, and Dr. Kohl. Row 2: Tom Hood, Donald McCul- lough, Charles Sonlltner, Alan Bennett, Rich Anderson, Harold Warp, Stephen Combs, Lynn Weesner, Stephen Combs, Ernst Jo- las, and John Thackery. SNEA: Row 1: Mary Ann Furlong, Joann Goetz, jean Johnson, Kllen Karasek, Marjorie BuUamore, Vivian Swanson, Jennifer Oberg, and Dave Proctor. Row 2: Nanq- Kehl, Dr. Schmidt, Mrs. Forrest, Don McGibbon, Grace Liljestam, Bob I nz, Marty Uthlaut, Carol Tabatt, Diane Braiden, Ruth Rahmeier, Cathy Xinos, Margaret Mitchell, |udv Rohrbacher, Lois Warkentin, and Nancy Payne. CHURCH VOCATIONS: Clockwise around table: Barbara Piatt, Judy Southard, Susy Martschinke, Bruce Krejci, Kay Grunewald, Karen Baer, Bill Kruse, Pat I.yke, Rev. Schieler, Guest Speaker, Rich Harbart , Roselyn I ' eplies, Bruce Hansen and David Hoefer. There are three groups on campus which are organized to allow members to discover and discuss topics pertaining to their vocational interest fields. These are the Business Club, the Student National Edu- cational Association and Church Vocations. Each group plans its yearly program to allow students of similar interests to get together and dis- cover what lies ahead for them in their chosen profession. 107 POLYHYMNIA WOMEN ' S CHOIR Row 1- Miriam Melegrito. Becky Utuier, Ruth Juengling, Linda Benzel, Donna Wartenbe, Donna Tooker, and Bobbi StalTord. Row Jean Stupecky, Sandy Schaefer, Judy Schaefer, JoAnne Umbert, Judy Kehl, Carol Hoeler, Judy Kessler, and Gail Lopatka. a- J.Judy Jackson, Sue Drese, Pam Martens, Jean Tschudy, Kathy Hooton, Mary Jo SchmitI, and Angela Heinrich. 108 Polyhymnia raises their voices in song at the Pro- testant Orthodox Center at the New World ' s Fair. 1964-1965 has been a busy season for The Polyhymnia Women ' s Choir. They have sung at Chapel services on campus, Christmas and Lenten concerts at local churches and have enjoyed their annual spring tour. The members of Polyhymnia have put forth a lot of work and have gained much in musical knowl- edge as well as fun and fellowship. The high point of the year for the choir was their spring tour which took them to the World ' s Fair, Niagara Falls, and the states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and Michigan. " Poly Cirls " iiave a variety ol talent. Happiness is Polyhvnniia. THE ELMHURST COLLEGE CHOIR Row 1: Shirley Samonek, Kenvi Sheehan, Ann Knight, Miriam Gerber, Ann Gonser, Judy Streich, Kay Grunewald, Phyllis Gaulke. Row 2: Ellen Kolman, Carole Stevenson, Carolyn Lauritzen, Alice Reinertson, Judy Soudiard, Lois Helm, Bobbie Brodt, Betty Grosser, Mary Bowers, Jane Schowalter. Row 3: Annette Herness, Marty Krage, Roger Hanz, Carl Zimmerman, Bernie Linnartz, Jon Neuse, Gary Marburger, Ken Fletcher, Karen Baer, Ruth Hotz. Row 4: BUI Johnson, Steve Hepner, Dave Hoefer, Bob Bottoms, Bruce Krejci, Roger Horn, Carl Stock, Don Smarto, Tom Uphaus, Bill Kruse, and Tom Mattern. 110 Row 1: Kenvi Sheehan, Ken Fletcher, Marty Krage, Tom Mattern, Miriam Gerber, Mary Bowers. Row 2: Don Smarto, Annette Herness, Bob Bottoms, Tom Uphaus, Steve Hepner, Bruce Krejci. THE E.C. BELL CHOIR The Elmhurst College Choir is a group of approximately forty mixed voices. As do die odier campus vocal groups, the choir also serves both the college and die surrounding community. This year the choir remained several davs after the close of school to sing at the grad- uation exercises. Several of the active members also participate in the organi- zation known as die Bell Choir. (Jetting ready. HI Row 1: Ward Barrows, Dick KroU, Ron Aisenbrey, Barry Warren, Gary Tebo, Rich Harbart. Row 2: ] Fraccaro, Jerry Suhrheinrich, John Hadley, Dick Gerber, Dave Schimelpfenig, Stuart Ramsey, Don Rieme Dick Happel. Row 3: Dave McCurdy, Randy Brakemeyer, Neal Nicolay, Ed Briggeman, John Bettma Tom Bentz, Denny Fredrickson, Axel Weyerstall, Marten Hausernvnn. GLEE CLUB For many years an organized group of men ' s voices, called the Glee Club, has served the Elmhurst College campus and community in numerous capacities. Under the direction of Mr. David Austin, the group not only serves in regular chapel service worship, but also participates in other campus events. Highpoints of its yearly activities are the annual spring concert and its much enjoyed Christmas carol ing. 1 12 BAND Elmhurst ' s band is a fairly recent addition to the college ' s numer- ous organizations. The band ' s main function during the past year has been to participate at both football and basketball athletic events. Though the band was small in its number of active members, it helped enliven student spirit. Elmhurst College Band holds an informal practice session. ELMS Karen VoUertsen, Paul Utzsinger, Carol Hoefer, Ruth P ' roeschner, Keith Karau, Mr. Neilson, Sue Stoker, Marilyn Meinliardt, Carol Barrett. E.G. LITERARIES PROVIDE VIEWS OF CAMPUS LIFE 114 THIS Marc Knorr, Neil Longo, Pat Stock, Cathy Zulauf, Miss Snyder, Marilyn Meinhardt, Ron Kennedy, Stan Schmidt, and John Cecot. ELMBARK Row 1: Sandy Todd, Donna Tooker, Debbie Klaus, Barb Vegter, Dorris Barthold, Wanda Summers, Ellen Kolman. Row 2: Art Kay, Don Stahlbut, Rodney Rodriquez, Ron Kennedy, Gary Marburger, atid Paul Mey- er. The Executive Committee: BQl Sellar, Glen Pertle, Dr. Low, Barb Schmitt, Anne Hoffman, Tom Teuber, Bud Radloff. WRSE BROADCASTS SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND ATHLETIC EVENTS A live broadcast from the new studious. The brand new WRSE console gets a work out. 1 16 I WOMEN ' S UNION Row 1: Joan Beerhalter, Carroll CuUom, Bonnie VVillin, Carolyn Lauritzen. Row 2: Ann Conser, Margaret Griesinger, Dr. Wellington, Jan Russell, Phyllis Breitenbach. FOR WOMEN SPONSORED EVENTS 117 Chie Ohteki, Rich Nyako, Soren Mygind, Cooper Spence, Kazumi Umemula, Sherry Bohn, Miriam Mele- grito, Delores Hamilton, Hock Yeoh, Lou Colvis, Harold Karut, Lois VVarkentin. FOREIGN STUDENTS FIND UNION IN THE INTERNATIONAL CLUB ' ACTORS IN TRAINING Row 1: Bob Grotlie, Ray Mulcahy, Marianne Pitello, Camille Sautel, Lynn Engman, Bud Radloff. Row 2: Professor Arends, Pat ZUka, Bob Humphries, Chie Ohteki, John Fulton, Bob Peterson, Diane Stanke, Gary Friebus, Carol Kramsky, Tom Gardner, Jean Campo, Neil Longo. 119 Row 7.- Mr. Ohl, Jim Harsh, Lee MarinaccicBiU Baas, Don Riemer, Rodger Miller, Al Matthei, Dale Hemp- en, Fred Meyer, Bob Mutton, Mark Wissehr, Mr. Lambert. Row 2: Lee Wolf, Terry Moye, Rich Anderson, Bill Eilers, Jack Terrai, Lee Howies, Scott Stratton, Dave Gumper, Mike Meinhardt, Kurt Traugott. SQUIRES.. ..AND PLEDGES Roger Horn, Dave Hode, Tom Mattern, Barry Warren, Dave Schimelplenig, Dave Allen, Joel Ayres, Bill Johnson, Ron Gump, Bob Herbster, John Hadley. Carl Zimmerman, Pat Stock, Bobbi Wells, Bobbi Brodt, Lois Helm, Cathy Zulaul, Marilyn Berg, Donna Wartenbe, Sherry Demlow, and David Dickbernd. " WHO ' S WHO " OUTSTANDING SENIORS BETA BETA BETA: Fred Young, David Ford, Nancy Payne, John Boland, Joseph Bastian, Robert Eier- man, Guest, Dale Mahal, Guest, Linda Apicella, Dr. Jump, Paul Kummer, Margaret Brink, Paul Ander- son, William Walker. HONORARY SIGMA ALPHA ETA: Row 1: Sherry Demlow, linda Benzel, Sue Adams, Karen Maronn. Row 2: Iris Gard- ner, Sandy Schaefer, Wanda Summers, Lois Wintermeyer. Row 3: Donna Tooker, Anne Reeder, Peggy Simp- son, Jane Buchholtz, Kathy Hooton, Cheryl Patton. GAMMA THETA UPSILON: Row 1: WUliam Rabiega, Don Hyers, Bruce HuIIls, Mi. Moluinied. Row 2- Carl Stock, Bob Prescott, Ed Schell. SOCIETIES I ' l KAl ' l ' A DELI A: Sandy Todd, An Kay, Sailcy I utktr, Staiilt-y Sunnur, Mr C.w, l)r Kic kiu r, Il.i Morris, Dr. Slanger, Dave Kaiser, Kalliy Iloolon, Carol (;rossenbaciicr, Anna Slicrliiirjii. " Student days will soon be over for our happy throng. " This line from the Alma Mater is especially meaningful for graduating seniors. However, all freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors as they grow and learn in their days at Elmhurst College acquire many last- ing friendships and memories. Without the stu- dent body there could be no Elmhurst Col- lege. The students with all their activities and accompanying exuberance create the real Elm- hurst. ■ I Sherry Bohn James Brasen Phyllis Breitenbach Judy Carlson Mary Casto Gary Charneia Jean Chase Roberta Clevenger Christine Curschmann Barbara Danimen Kathy D arias Jean Davia Dan DeMichael Harriet Dickey Pam Dietrich Sue Drese John Drummond Sharon Ehlers Lynn Engman Pat Pick Jeanne Finley Ken Fletcher Judy Frazer Steve Fucile Mike Gallagher Miriam Gerber Richard Gerber Lynne Goodbread Ricahrd Grobe Sandra Groner Carol Grossenbacher Linda Grotefeld Karen Bobeng John Boland Steve Boland Mary Bowers Karen Bozarth Jim Bracher Randy Brakemeyer Mike Brun Gerald Bunts Charles Cap William Castellano Sandy Centner Margaret Chapp Jane Christianson Irene Ciangi Dave Clark Charles Corley Ron Cottrell John Dancy Gregory Dedic Kathy DeGraff John Dietzel Marie Eble Andrea Eimer Elaine Gabler Ruth Froeschner Dave Gerfen Eric Gibson Ann Gonser Leslie Gooding Margaret Griesinger Kay Grunewald David Gumper Kathy Harris Jean Hess Carol Hoefer Sue Hoffman Sheryl Hohman Carol Holland Kathy Hooton David Hode Dottie Huson Gail Jacoby Robert Janice Vivian Johnson Robert Johnston Mike Jones Robert Jordan David Kaiser James Karr Art Kay Carol Kemp Mary Beth Kirby Glen Kistner Deborah Klaus Beverly Klemme Cheryl Kloer Hugh Knapp Ellen Kolman Carol Kranisky Bruce Krejci Jeanne Kuhn fim Langdoc Bonnie Lantz Becky Lattner Jane Leabhard Barbara Lemmons Priscilla Lester Larry Lindblom Robert Lindfords Bernie Linnartz Bob Lloyd Neil Longo Karl Ludwig Linda Lutzow Nanette Mackerey Lee Marinaccio Tom Marquardt Paul Martin Leslie McClain Carolyn McGawn Mary Anne McPherson Michael Meinhardt Carlos Melia I Rodger Miller James Morgan Soren Mygind Becky Nelson Ervin Nerius Jonathan Neuse Bill Oelhafen Maribeth Osborn Glen Pas vo gel Robert Peck Jan Pederson Dennis Pietrini Naomi Poltrock Ron Radke Stuart Ramsay Jan Russell Shirley Samonek Bill Scheib Richard Schindler Beth Schmiechen Mary [o Schniitt Patricia Schwer Charlene Scott Paree Sekeris Donna Shank Kenvi Sheehan Dale Sherman Bill Shigetani 136 Barb Sindelar Ken Smith John Spilker Kathy Spross Rich Stauffer George Stehlik Wayne Stevens Gene Stinchcomb Marilyn Stone Scott Stratton Wayne Strauch Wanda Summers Donna Tooker Kurt Traugott Sally Tucker Dan Urban Sue Vorhees Mary Kay Wallace Patti Wanderer Nancy Wangerin Barry Warren Ron wade Carol WUl Jane Willman Mark Wissehr Raymond Wood Karen Zolezzi 137 Phyllis Maack Gary Marburger Suzanne Martschinke Alan Matthei Barbara McComb Ruth Metzger Fred Meyer Paul Meyer Martha Miller Margaret Mitchell Donald Moore Kathy Moore John Moraitis Karen Morkel Terry Moye Robert Mutton Juniors Joe Fraccaro and Dale Hempen have a cold walk with Freshman Jean Chase. 4f 1 J 1 Joan Thiel, Treasurer; Warren Singleton, Vice President; Richard Kroll, President; Judy Wiebke, Secretary and Dr. Low, advisor. CLASS OF SIXTY-FIVE NANCY JEAN ALUSON Allentown, Pnnsylvania Philosophy CAROLE M. ANDRES Peoria, Illinois Christian Education EDWARD ARNOLD BEAVER Elmhurst, Illinois Mathematics NILS ARVID BENGTSON Roselle, Illinois Mathematics ALAN LEE BENNETT Elmwood Park, Illinois Business Administration LINDA JOYCE BENZEL Nampa, Idaho Speech Correction MARILYN ANN BERG Chicago, Illinois Education MARTHA CAROLE BLUST Chicago, Illinois History PHIUP CHARLES BODENSTAB Lombard, IlUnois Chemistry DORTHY BOGAN Elmhurst, Illinois Enghsh ELAINE MARIE BOIIL Grant Park, Illinois Music CHERIE LYN BOOTZ Evansville, Indiana Spanish RICHARD DEAN BRANDAU May wood, Illinois C hemistry EDGAR EUGENE BRIGGEMAN Detroit, Michigan History ROBERTA RU TH BRODT Chicago, Illinois Education SPENCER V. BROWNING Chicago, Illinois Sociology HAROLD EDWARD BRUESEKE South Bend, Indiana History JOSEPH MICHAEL CERIALE Chicago, Illinois Sociology JOYCE L. DAMM Palatine, Illinoi s Education SHERRY LYNN DEMLOW Muskego, Wisconsin Speech Correction DAVID ELROY DICKBERND Old Monroe, Missouri Philosophy KENNETH MARVIN DRAGANSKI Bensenville, Illinois Mathematics ROBERT A. EIERMANN Bellwood, Illinois Biology WILLIAM ELLSWORTH ELDRIDGE Downers Grove, Illinois Business Administration DENNIS FRANKLIN FREDRICKSON Buffalo, New York Philosophy MARY ANN FURLONG Des Plaines, Illinois Education BETTY GARDIAKOS Chicago, Ilhnois English PHYLUSGAULKE Elmhurst, Illinois Speech PALMA SUZANNE GEORGE Chicago, Illinois EngUsh HUBERTINAGILL Bensenville, Illinois French REGINA CATHERINE OILMAN Chicago, Illinois English JOANNE RUTH GOETZ Des Plaines, Illinois Education STEPHEN LEONARD GRANDE Chicago. Ilhnois Business Administration RICHARD GREENWOOD Chicago, Illinois Psychology BETTY C. HANSEN Elmhurst, Illinois Education RICHARD WILLIAM HARBART Parma, Ohio English 148 GAIL KAREN HART Itasca, Illinois Education PAULETTE L. HATMAKER Downers Grove, Illinois French LOIS ELIZABETH HELM Canal Fulton, Ohio Education SUSAN ANN HENERFAUTH St. Louis, Mssouri Education ANNETTE ELAINE HERNESS Wood Dale, Illinois Education ROSECLAIR HESLER Elmhurst, IlUnois History IRMA JEAN HOLUB Benton Harbor, Michigan Music DENNIS EUGENE HOTLE Elmhurst, Ilhnois Psychology RUTH CAROL HOTZ Indianapolis, Indiana History 149 KAREN VICTORIA JOHNSON Lombard, Illinois English RUTH HELEN JORDAN Wheaton, Illinois Psychology RONALD ALEXANDER JORGENSEN Elmhurst, Illinois Political Science RUTH JUENGLING Chicago, Illinois Christian Education NOELJAMES KALIS Berwyn, Illinois Mathematics LISLE J. KAUFFMAN Elhurst, Illinois Philosophy NANCY YOUNG KEHL La Grange, Illinois Education JAMES PATRICK KIRBY Elmhurst, Illinois Physics YIOLA G. KIRKOPOULOU Washington D.C. Education CAROLYN KISH Fairfield, Connecticut Education RANT). L1. IRWIN KNUDSEN Indianapolis, Indiana English KAREN MARIE KOL .OW Elmhurst, Illinois Education 150 MARITA R. KRAGE Addison, Illinois History KURT KEITH KUNZE Clinton, Wisconsin Political Science ALLAN H. LAMMERS Western Springs, Illinois English MARY ANN LAUER Downers Grove, Illinois Education CAROLYN LEE L URITZEN Old Monroe, Missouri English EILEEN C. LEBER New Orleans, Louisiana English ROBERT ALAN LENZ St. Louis, Missouri History GRACE EDITH LILJESTAM Lombard, Illinois History ALAN ROBERT LYFORD River Grove, Illinois History PATRICIA CAROL LYKE Seneca Falls, New York Christian Education JOAN MARELLA Elmhurst, Illinois Enghsh KAREN HELEN MARONN Milwaukee, Wisconsin Speech Correction 15 1 DONALD BRUCE MC CULLOUGH Park Ridge, Illinois Business Administration MARILYN EUZABETH MEINHARDT St. Louis, Missouri Business Administration MIRMM DIZON MELEGRITO Marawi City, Philippines Christian Education DANIEL BURTON MELL Wauconda, Illinois Business Administration GARY LEE MILLER Tonawanda, New York Business Administration HAROLD ROBERT MORRIS Crown Point, Indiana Speech BRUCE LEIGH MURDOCK Des Plaines, Illinois Education THOMAS RUSSELL NAGY Elmhurst, Illinois liberal Arts NEAL RICHARD NICOLAY St. Louis, Missouri English KENNETH WALTER NIEHAAS Elmhurst, Illinois Business Administration LORALEE GAY OLLIGER Elm Park, IlUnois Education JOHN PAUL PANTERMUEHL New Orleans, Louisiana Speech 152 ROSELYN MARIE PEPLIES St. Louis, Missouri History DONALD MELVIN PLAUTZ Des Plaines, Illinois Chemistry KENNETH EARL PORIS Lombard, Illinois English ROBERT FRy NK PRAST Chicago, Illinois Chemistry CAROLYN DAWN PREHN Bellwood, Illinois Education ROBERT A. PRESCOTT Elmhurst, Ilhnois Geography WILLIAM ALBERT RABIEGA Chicago, Ilh nois Geography CAROLYN ELIZABETH RElD Mount Prospect, Illinois Education ARTHUR C. ROCK Villa Park, Illinois H istory ALICE T. ROLAND Melrose Park, Illijiois Education CHARLES CLINTON SANDS Miami, Florida English SANDRA CAROLYN SCHAEFER St. Louis, Missouri Speech Correction JANET ELIZABETH SCOTT Oak Park, Illinois Education. WARREN GEORGE SINGLETON Creve Coeur, Missouri Mathematics WILLL M EDWIN STEBEN Lombard, Illinois Business Administration CARL WESLEY STOCK Jamestown, Missouri Geography PATRICIA ELLEN STOCK St. Louis, Missouri English GERALD RICHARD STOLT Elmhurst, Illinois Business Administration RONALD E. STONE Elmhurst, Illinois Psychology ROBERT W. STRONG Quincy, Illinois Philosophy ROY G. STUERZL Chicago, Illinois Mathematics JERRY WILLIAM SUHRHEINRICH Evansville, Indiana History MARGARET MARIAN TAYLOR Winfield, Illinois Sociology JOAN EILEEN THIEL Chicago, Illinois Education LAWRENCE OWEN VONASCH Lombard, Illinois Political Science WILLIAM HOWARD WALKER Glen Ellyn, Illinois Biology LOIS ANN WARKENTIN West Chicago, Illinois Education DONN ' A LEE WARTENBE St. Louis, Missouri Mathematics ROBERTA JO ANN WELLS Des Moines, Iowa Christian Education JUDITH ANN WIEBKE Eitzen, Minnesota Education BARBARA LYNN WILUN Chicago, Illinois Education EDWARD LEE WOJNAROWSKI Villa Park, Illinois Psychology WILLIAM MORGAN WOOD Maywood, Illinois Philosophy FREDERICK LOUIS YOUNG Maywood, Illinois Biology CARL ALTON ZIMMERMAN Sandusky, Ohio Philosophy CATHERINK I.KK ZUIAUF Rockledge, Florida Sociology 155 INDEX ADAMS, Bruce Daro, Villa Park, 111., Chemistry Activities: Golf 1. ADAMS, Susan Adair, Western Springs, 111., Speech. ALLi Y, Scott Burr, Lombard, 111., Business Ad- ministration. ALLISON, Nancy Jean, AUentown, Pennsylvania, Philosophy, Activities: Band 2; Choral Union 2; Religious Ltle Committee, Social Lile Chairman 3, Worship Subcommittee Chairman 4; R.A. 3,4; Creative Writing Assc. 3,4. ANDERSON, Leland John, Oak Park, 111., Chem- istry, Activities: WRSE 3,4. ANDRES, Carole M., Peoria, 111., Christian Ed. Activities: Committee of Nine 3; Judicial Board 3; Elmhurst College Choir 4; Committed group 3; Homecoming Committee 4; R.A. 4; Handball Choir 4; Choral Union 4. ARENDS, David A., Elmhurst, 111., History, Activities: Pi Gamma Mu 4. BARG, Wayne Philip, Lombard, 111., History. BEAVER, Edward Arnold, Elmhurst, 111., Math and Physics, Activities: Golf 2,3,4; E Club 3,4; Math Club 3,4; WRSE 2,3, Executive Staff 4. BENGTSON, Nils Arvid, Roselle, 111., Madi. BENNETT, Alan Lee, Elmwood Park, 111., Bus. Ad., Activities: Pi Gamma Mu ' 2,3,4; Delta Mu Delta President 3,4; Business Club 3,4; Foren- sics 1; Orchestra 1,2; Band 1,2. BENZEL, Linda Joyce, Nampa, Idaho, Speech Correction. BERG, Marilyn Ann, Chicago, 111., Education, Activities: Polyhymnia 3,4; Elm Bark 2,3; So - cial Action Committee 3, Secretary 4; Senate 4; Who ' s Who 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; R.A. 3; Chorual Union 1,2,3,4; SNEA 3,4; Prom Com- mittee 3; Committee of Nine 2, Committed Group 2, Elmhurst Tutoring Project 4, Project Mental Health 2. BLUST, Martha Carole, Chicago, 111., History. BODENSTAN, Philip Charles, Lombard, 111., Chemistry. BOGEN, Dorothy V., Elmhurst, 111., English, Activities: SNEA. BOHL, Elaine Marie, Grant Park, 111., Music, Activities: Elmhurst College Choir Accompanist 1,2,3, Ass ' t. Director 3,4; Handbell Choir 2,3, Director 4; Choral Union 1,2,3,4; Band 3, Vice President 4; MENC 3, Secretary 1,2; American Guild of Organists 3, Secretary 1,2; Vocal and Instrumental Accompanist 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 4. BOLINGER, Charles Loren, Wheaton, 111., So- ciology. BOOTZ, Cherie Lyn, Evansville, Indiana, Span- ish, Activities: Polyhymnia 3; Retreat Committee 3; Firesides, Co-Chairman 3. BRANDAU, Richard Dean, May wood, 111., Chemistry, Activities: Elmbark 3. BRIGGEMAN, Edgar Eugene, Detroit, Mich., History, Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Social Life CommUtee 3; E Club 1,2,3, Parliamentarian 4; Prom Committee 3; Women ' s Union Circus 3; Choral Union 2,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. BRODT, Roberta Ruth, Chicago, III., Education. BROWNING, Spencer V., Chicago, III., Sociol- ogy- BRUESEKE, Harold Edward, South Bend, In- diana, History, Activities: Track 1,2; Choral Union 1,3; Debate 1,2; WRSE 1, Chief Engineer 2; Football 2,3; Niebuhr Hall Dorm CouncU Treasurer, President 3, President 4; Inter- Dorm Council Treasurer 3, President 4; Glee Club 3; Religion- in- Life- Week Committee 3; Women ' s Union Circus 3; Campus Chest Variety Show 3; E Club 1,2,3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4; Greater Elmhurst 3; Homecoming Dance Committee 4; Social Life Committee 4; F eshmen Week Com- mittee 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; EC Young Demo- crats 4. BULUS, Bruce Richard, Melrose Park, III., Geo- graphy. CERIALE, Joseph Mchael, Chicago, Sociology. CHILTON, Edward Morgan, Oceanside, N.Y., Psychology. CHRISTENSEN, Christine S., Elmhurst, 111., Education. CHRISTENSEN, Robert Melvin, N. Riverside, 111., Pol. Sci. COMBS, Stephen Dies, Evansville, Ind., Econom- ics. CURRAN, Catherine H., Elmhurst, 111., Edu- cation, Activities: Newman Club. DAMM, Joyce L., Palatine, 111., Education, Activ- ities: Intramurals 2,3,4; House Council 3,4. DEM LOW, Sherry Lynn, Muskeog, Wisconsin, Speech Correction, Activities: Intramurals 1,2,3; Elms 1, Editor 3; Schick Hall President 2; Com- mittee of Nine 2; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, President 4; Interdorm Council 2; Homecoming Commit- tee 3; Who ' s Who 4. DICKBERND, David Elroy, Old Monroe, Mo., Philosophy, Activities: Senate 1,2,3, President of Student Government 4; C.C.F. treasurer 2; Class Vice President 3; Homecoming Committee 2; Campus Chest Committee 3; Who ' s Who 4; Who ' s Who Committee 2,3; Church Vocations 3; WRSE 1; Mental Health Project 2,3; Intra- murals 1,2,3. DRAGANSKI, Kenneth M., Addison, 111., Math, Activities: Football 1; Softball 2. EHLEN, Genita Louise, St. Louis, Mo., Sociol- ogy, Activities: Pi Gamma Mu 3,4. EIERMANN, Robert A., Bellwood, 111., Biology. ELDRIDGE, Waiiam E., Downers Grove, III., Bus. Ad., Activities: Football 3, Elmbark 3; Ski Club President 3,4; WRSE Publicity Director3,4. EMMETT, Daniel Joseph, Glen EUyn, Bus. Ad. ENGELHARDT, Marynelle, St. Louis, Mo., Ed- ucation. ENGLER, David Eugene, Elmhurst, III, Phil- osophy. FERNANDEZ, Dennis James, River Forest, UL, Pol. Sci., Activities: Baseball 1; Senate 3. FISCHER, Martha Thierolf, Rome, N.Y., Speech, Activities: Pi Gamma Mu 3; Theatre Guild 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Elmhurst Col- lege Theatre 1,2,3,4; Ehnhurst College Chancel Players 3,4; Homecoming Show Director 4; In- tramurals 1,2,3,4. FITZGERALD, Anthony James, Addison, III., Economics, Activities: Pi Gamma Mu 1. FORD, David Lawrence, Berkeley, 111., Biology and Math, Activities: Senate 2; WRSE 3,4; Stu- dent Gov ' t Cabinet 4,5; Charter Member Biolo- gical Honorary 5; Chairman Commuter Home- coming Float 2,3,4; Freshman Week Orientation Committee 3,4; NSA Regional Observer 3, Re- gional Delegate 4; Student Service Steering Com- mittee 4; Intramurals 3,4. FORREST, Mary Grace, Lombard, 111., Edu- cation, Activities: SNEA 4. FREDRICKSON, Dennis Franklin, Buffalo, N.Y., Philosophy, Activities: Glee Club 1, Li- brarian 2, Bus. Manager 3, President 4; Fresh- man Week Committee 3; Homecoming Com- mittee, Dance Chairman 4; Sophomore Semi- Formal 2; Women ' s Union Circus 1,2; R.A. 3; Homecoming 1; Athletic Department Ticket Man- ager 1,2,3,4; Activities Coimcil 4. FROESCHNER, Paul Henry, Elmhurst, UL, So- ciology. FURLONG, Mary Ann, Des Plaines, 111., Edu- cation, Activities: Choral Union 2,4; SNEA 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4. GALITZ, Janice Marie, Elk Grove Village, UL, Education. GARDLAKOS, Betty, Chicago, UL, English. GAULKE, PhyUis, Ehnhurst, 111., Speech. GEBALA, AUan Edmond, Northlake, UL, Chem- istry. GEORGE, Palma Suzanne, Chicago, UL, French and English. GIBSON, Janet W., Hinsdale, UL, Education. GILL, Hubertina, Bensenville, UL, French. OILMAN, Regina Catherine, Chicago, UL, Eng- lish. GOETZ, Joanne Ruth, Des Plaines, UL, Educa- tion, Activities: SNEA 1,2,3, Secretary-Treasur- er 4; Elmhurst Tutoring Project 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 3; Directing Class One Acts 2; Homecoming Committee 4. GRANDE, Stephen Leonard, Chicago, 111., Bus. Ad., Activities: Football 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Captain; E Club President; Intramural Athletic Committee; WRSE 1; Elms 1; President ' s Coun- cil for Student Affairs. GREENWOOD, Richard. Chicago, UUnois, Psy- chology, Activities: Track 1; Elmbark Photo Editor 3,4; Elms Photo Editor 3,4. GROTEFELD, Wilham Stewart, Oak Brook, UL, History. HAHNE, Michael James, Lombard, Ul., Physics. HANSEN, Betty C, Ehnhurst, 111., EducaUon, Activities: Newman Club 4; " Midsummer Night ' s Dream " 3; SNEA 3,4. HARBART, Richard Wdham, Parma, Ohio, Eng- lish, Activities: Homecoming Show 1; Women ' s Union Circus 1; Freshman Week Committee 2; Social Life 2,3; Intramurals 1; R.A. 3; Home- coming Committee Vice-Chairman 3; Glee Club 1,3,4, Publicity Director 2; CUB Planning Com- mittee 2; WRSE 1; Rehgion-in-Life 3; Union Board President 4; Committee on Student Af- fairs 4; Who ' s Who Nominating Committee. HART, Gail Karen, Itasca, UL, EducaUon, Acti- vities: SNEA 2,3,4. HATMAKER, Paulette L., Downers Grove, UL, French. HELM, Lois Elizabeth, Canal Fulton, Ohio, Ed- ucation, Activities: Elmhurst College Choir 1,2, Publicity 3, Vice President 4; Choral Union 1, 2,3,4; Bell Choir 1,2,3; Elms 1,3, Copy Editor 3; Elmbark 2, Proof Editor 3; Schick Hall Vice President 2; Retreat Committee 2,3,4; Freshman Week Committee 3; Campus Chest Co-Chairman 3; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Social Life Com- mittee 3, Chairman 4; Women ' s Union Publicity Chairman 3, Bachelor ' s Holiday Event Chair- man 3, Circus Clown Co-Chairman 3; Intra- murals 1,2; Homecoming Show 3; Who ' s Who Committee 3. HENERFAUTH, Susan Ann, St. Louis, Mo., Education. HERNESS, Annette Elain, Wood Dale, UL, Ed- ucation, Activities: Elmhurst College Choir 2, 4, Librarian 3; Chapel Bell Ringers 2,3,4; Chor- al Union 1,2,3,4; Judicial Board 3,4; Residence Councd 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; SNEA 1,3,4. LIESLER, Roseclair, Elmhurst, 111., History. HOLUB, Irma Jean, Benton Harbor, Michigan, Music Education, Activities: Polyhymnia 1,2,3; Choral Union 2,3,4; MENC 2,3,4; SNEA 4. HOO, Robert, Malaysia, Biology. HOTLE, Dennis Eugene, Elmhurst, UL, Psy- chology, Activities: Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1; Wresding 3,4; E Club 1,2,4, Secretary 3; Student Gov ' t Treasurer 4; Social Life 3; Glee Club 2; Chancel Players 3; Com- mittee on Student Affairs 4; Choral Union 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Who ' s Who Com- mittee 3; W.U. Circus 1,2; Jr. Prom 3; R.A. 3,4; Bachelor ' s Holiday Court 1,4. HOTZ, Ruth Carol, Indianapolis, Ind., History and Music, Activities: Dorm Council 1; Inter- dorm Council 1; College Choir 1,2,3,4; Home- coming Show 3; Freshmen Week Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Prom Queen 3; Homecoming Court 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Intramurals 2,3, 4; Choral Union 1,2,3,4; Campus Chest Variety Show 2,3, Co-Chairman 4; Greater Elmhurst 3,4; Jr. Goodies Co-Chairman 3; Bachelor ' s Holiday Activity Chairman 2, Freshman Ini- tiation Committee 2. HOWLES, Lee P., Chicago, 111., Bus. Ad., Acti- vities: Business Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Intramurals 4; Squires 3,4. JENSEN, James Peter, Franklin Park, 111., Eng- hsh. JOHNSON, Dennis Andrew, No. Riverside, 111., Bus. Ad., Activities; Intramurals 1,3,4; Busi- ness Club 3; President 4; Economics Club 4; Activities Council 4. JOHNSON, Jean Dorothy, Chicago, 111., Edu- cation, Activities: Student Tutoring Project 4; Theatre 1,2,3; Theatre Guild I, Business Mana- ger 2; Rehgious Drama Tour 1; SNEA 3; Pro- gram Chairman 4; Intramurals 1,3,4. JOHNSON, Karen Victoria, Ix)mbard, 111., Ed- ucation, Activities: SNEA 4. JORDAN, Ruth Helen, Wheaton, 111., Psychol- ogy- JORGENSEN, Ronald Alexander, Elmhurst, Ill- inois, Pol. Sci., Activities: Pi Gamma Mu 3, Secretary Treasurer 4. JUENGLING, Ruth D., Chicago, 111., Christian Education, Activities: Polyhymnia 2, Dbrarian 3, Publicity 4; Religious life Comm. 4; Social Action Comm. Chr. 4; Choral Union 2,4; Church Vocations 2; Committed Group 2. KALAL, Kathleen Almalita, Melrose Park, 111., English, Activities: WRSE Publicity Director 3,4. KALIS, Noel James, Berwyn, 111., Math. KARRAS, Georgiiie Maria, Melrose Park, 111., Education, Activities: Freshman Week Commit- tee 3; Who ' s Who Committee 3. KAUFFMAN, Lisle J., Arlington Heights, 111., Philosophy. KEHL, Nancy Y., LaGrange, 111., Education, Activities: SNEA 3,4. KELLEY, Kaye Anne, Lombard, III, History, Activities: SCA 3; Religious Lite Committee 3, 4; Newman Club 4; fudo Club 4; WRSE 3,4. KINSMAN, David Hawley, Fairfield, Connecti- cut, Psychology, Activities: Church Vocations 1; C.C.F. Social Action Co-Chairman 1; Choral Union 1; Homecoming Show 1; Greater Elm- hurst 3,4; Freshmen Week (Committee 4. KIRBY, James P., Elmliurst, 111., Physics, Activ- ities: Honor Society. KIRKOPOULOU, Yiola G., Washington D.C., Education. KNUDSEN, Randall I., Indianapolis, Indiana, English, Activities: Who ' s Who CommittceChair- man 3. KOiaOW, Karen .Marie, Elmhursl, III., Edu- cation. KRAGE, Marita Kulli, Addison, III., History, ctivities: Senate 1; Elmliurst College Choir 1,2, 4, Secretary- ' I ' reasurtr 3; Intr.muirals 2,3;(:hris- tian Social Action Connnittec 4; K.. . 3. KROLL, Richard I ec, Ankeny, Iowa, History, Activities: Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Glee Club 1,2,3, Social Chairman 4; E Club 1,2, Vice Prcsidcnl 3, President 4; Class President 4; Rel. Life Connnittee 1 ; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Swim- ming Team 1; W.U. Circus Clown Committee Chr. 2; Who ' s Who Committee 3; S(;A Athletic Connnittec 2. KUN .E, Kurt Keith, Clinton, Wis., Pol. Sci. b MMEKS, Allan IL, Western Springs, III., English, Transferred from Kipon College 3. LAUEK, Mary Ann, Downers Grove, 111., Edu- cation, Activities: Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Sop. Semi-Formal (loinmittee 2. LAURITZE.N, Carolyn U-e, Old .M oiiroe, Mo., English. LI ' :BER, Eileen Claire, Metairie, La., English, Activities: Senate 1,2,3; Choral Union 1; Intra- murals 1; Elmbark 1,3, Proof Editor 2; Fresh- men Week 3, Chairman 4; Homecoming Com- mittee 2; Bachelor ' s Holiday Dance Chairman 2; Social Life Committee 4. LENZ, Robert Alan, St. Louis, Mo., Historv. Activities: Basketball Manager 1; Dorm Coun- cil 1,2,4; Dorm Judicial Board 4; Pi Gamma Mu4. LILJESTAM, Grace Edith, Lombard. III., Edu- cation. LUKES, William K., Berwyn, III., Chemistry. LYFORD, Alan Robert, River Grove, III., His- tory, Activities: Ski Club Officer 3,4; Elmbark 3; Elms 3; SNEA 3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 4. LYKE, Patricia Carol, Seneca Falls, N.Y., Chris- tian Ed., Activities: Athletic Life CommUtee Sec- retary 4; Choral Union 1,2,3,4; Church Voca- tion 1,2,3, Committeeman 4; Elmhurst (College Choir 3; Women ' s Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Social Action 3; Vespers Worship Steering Committee4. MARELLA, Joan E., Elmhurst, 111., English, Activities: Newman Club Secretary 4; Choral LInion 4. MARONN, Karen Helen, Mdwaukee, Wis., Speech Correction, Activities: Elms 1; Intramu- rals 1,2; Homecoming Committee 3; Dinkmeyer Hall Vice President 3; Sophomore Semi-Formal Committee 2; Sigma Alpha EUi Corresponding Secretary 3, Treasurer 4. MA THE, John L., Highland Park, Ul, Bus. Ad. MCCULLOUGH, Donald Bruce, Park Ridge 111., Bus. Ad. MCFADDEN, John Hugh, Harrisburg, Pa., Psychology, Activities: Psych Club 4, President 4; Rehgion iji Life Week Drama 3,4; Psi Chi 4; Intramurals 3,4; III. Intercollegiate Council on Human Relations 3. MEGYERY, Frank Chauvet, Hillside, 111., Biol- ogy- MEINHARDT, Marilyn E., St. Louis, Mo., Bus. Ad., Activities: Elms, Business Manager 3,4; Business Club 3, Vice President 4; This, Bus. Manager 4; College Theatre 1; Choral Union 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MELEGRITO, Miriam Dizon, Philippines, Christian Education. MELL, Daniel Burton, Wauconda, HI., Bus. Ad., Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; E Club 1,2,3,4; Irion Hall President 4; Dorm Council Chairman 4; Judicial Board Chairman 4. MILLEITNER, Sandranne, VUla Park, 111., Pre- Law, Activities: Pi (Jamma Mi 4; Agora Co- Chairman 4; Senate 4; Ski Club 3,4; Young Republicans 3,4; This Public Relations Editor 4. MILLER, Gary L., Tonawanda, N.Y., Speech, Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Drama Tour 1,2,3, 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; E Club 1,2,3,4. .MOESE, [eanne, .Vlaurie, .VIedinah, 111., English. MORRIS, Harold Robert, Crown Point, Ind., Speech, Activities: Baseball 1; Int ramurals 1,2; WRSE 3,4; Debate 2,3,4; Pi Kappa Dclui Re- porter 2,3, President 4; Winner Schick Speech Contest 3; SNEA 4; Theatre 4; Retre at ( ' om- mittee4; C.C.F. 2; Committed (;roup 2. MUNGER, CliHord Dale, .Milwaukee. Wi.s., Re- ligion, Activities: Choral LInion 3,4. MURD(X:K, Bruce Leigh, Des i ' laines, III., Ed- ucation. NA{;Y, ' Thomas Russell, Ehnhursl. III., Vxu- nomics. Activities: Business Club, Economics Club, i ' i Gamma .Mu. NICOLAY, Neal Richard, St. Louis, Mo., Eng lish. ActiviUes: Glee Club 2,3,4; Social Ijfe 3,4; Elmbark 1,2,3; Elms 1,2; Dorm Council 4. NIEHAUS, Kenneth Waller, Elmhursl, 111 , Bus Ad. NORMAN, Martha Unilse, Elmhursl, III,, Biol ogy- 0LLI(;ER, Loralee (;ay, Elmwood Park, HI,, English, Activities: Elmbark 3; Dorm Secretary 4; Judicial Board Chairman 4; SNFv 3,4; Transferred from Carthage College 3. OTTENS, Richard B., Broadview, 111.. Econom- ics. PANTERMUEHL, John Paul, New Orleans. La., Speech. PEPLIES. Roselyn Marie. St. Louis. Mo., History. PETERSEN, Roberta Willers. Oak Park, III. Historv. PETERSON. Dennis H. Villa Park. 111.. Uberal Arts. PLAU17, Donald Melvin, Des Plaines, III., Chemistry. POLE TCZ, Ronald. Xorthlake, III.. Pol. Sci. POHLMAN. Sally Ann, Oak Park, III., Educa- tion. Activities: Band 1.2; (h-chestra 1.2; Social Lile 3; SNEA 4; Freshmen Week Committee 3. PORIS, Kenneth Earl, Lombard. III.. English. PRAST. Robert Frank, Chicago. III.. Chemistry. PREHN, Carolyn Dawn, Bellwood. III., Educa- tion. PRESCOTT, Robert Alan, Elmliurst, III., Geo- graphy. Activities: Pi (Jamina Mu 3. ' ice Resi- dent 4; Elmbark 4; Baseball 1; Gamma Theta LIpsllon, Secretary 4. RABIEGA. Wilham. Chicago. 111.. ( ographv. Activities: Debate 1; WRSE 1; Elmbark ij ; Theatre Productions lji,3,4; Theatre Guild 1,2. 3. Vice President 4; Chancel Players 1,2,3.4; Forum 3; This Editorial Board 4; Intramurals 2,3; " P.K. " wrote hood, designed set and tech- nical director 3; Mossback Society 3. ' ice Pres. 2. Pres. 4; Pi (lamma ,Mu 3,4; Gamma Theta Upsilon President 4. REIT), Carolyn E., Ml. Prospect, III., Educa- tion, .Activities: Swim Club 2; HomecomingShow 3. ROCK, Arthur C., VUla Park, 111., History, Acti- vities: E Club 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3, captain 4; Homecoming Commit- tee 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROIANI), Alice T., .VIelrose Park, III.. Educa- tion. SANDS, Charles Clinton, Miami, Ha., English. SCHAACK. Barbara I e, Elmhurst, III.. Edu- cation. SCHAEreR, Sandra Carolyn, St. Louis, .Mo., Speech Correction, Activities: Polyhymnia 1,2, Asst. Bus. Mgr. 3. Bus. Mgr. 4; WRSE 1,2; R.A. 3; Women ' s L ' nion ' ice President 3; Schick Speech Contest Finalist 3; Elmbark 1; Intra- murals 1,2,3; Sigma .Alpha Ela Program Chr. 3,4; Choral Union 2.4; W.I " . Circus Clown 3; Bachelor ' s Holiday Entertainment Coiuin, Chr 3; Campus Chest Varietv Show 1.3. SCIIAN ' TZ. Robert Edwin. Si, Louis. .Mo.. So- ciology. SCHELL, Edward |olin Lombard, III., Historv. .SCIIOLEFIELD, Ronald [,, Chicago, III.. Biol- ogy. SCHWARZ. Philip Robert. Addison. III., liislorv. SCO TT. Janel Eliziibeth. Oak Park. III.. Edu- cation, Activities: E II Court 1.2; I lometoiuing Court 2.4; Senate 2; Prom Court 3; SNEA 4, SERAXKO, William IVler, Fori i P.uk, III,. Bus, . d, SI. ' GLE TON, Warren (icorge, Creve Coeur, Mo., . ladi.. Activities; E Club 2,3.4; Sludeni (Jov ' l Business .Mgr.; Wresding 1.3; (;olf 1,2. 3,4; Class Vice I ' rcsideni 4; .Math Club 3,4. SNI DER, [ames IL, ' illa Park, III,, English. SONLITNER, Charles Tlioiu.is. lUrwvn. Ill, Bus. Ad, SPROUT, Dean ll.uiullmi. T.il.iiinc. Ill . Biol- ogy- STEBE.X, William Kdwiii. Luiib.ird. III. Bus Ad, S TEPIKX, William |,,lm, l.von.s, HI.. History. STEPIXSK ' i ' . II, lie, Id I-.,, I.a(;raugc, ill,. Bus. . d, S TEW. R T, |aiiu-s l.crov. West Chiiagc, 111 . Bus. Ad. 1S7 STOCK, Carl W., Jamestown, Mo., Geography, Activities: College Choir 1,3,4; Senate 1; Bell Choir 1; Choral Union 1,3,4; Class Officer 1; Pi Gamma Mu 3, President 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, Vice Resident 4; Dorm Council 4; Retreat Committee 4; Homecoming Show 4; In- tramurals 1,2,3,4. STOCK, Patricia Ellen, St. Louis, Mo., Eng- lish, Activities: Elmbark 3; Literary Magazine editor 4; Tutorial Project 4; Committee of Nine 4; Cultural Life Committee 4; Homecoming Book Editor 2; Class Secretary 1; Senate 1,2. STOLT, Gerald Richard, Elmhurst, 111., Bus. Ad. STONE, Ronald E., Elmhurst, 111., Psychology. STREETER, Allan Wallace, Elmhurst, 111., His- tory. STRONG, Robert William, Q uincy, 111., Philo- sophy, Activities: Irion Dorm Council 1; R.A. 2; Homecoming Publicity Chr. 2; Class Officer Publicity 2; Homecoming Bus. Mgr. 3,4. STUERZL, Roy George, Chicago, 111., Math., Activities: Dorm Council 3; Interdorm Council 3; Madi Club 3,4; WRSE 3,4; Track 3,4; Ath- letic Comm. 4; Tutorial Project 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Homecoming Show 4; Variety Show 3; E Club 4; Transferred from U of I 2. SUHRHEINRICH, Jerry William, Evansville, Ind., History. SUMNER, Stanley E., Chicago, 111., History. SWANSON, Ted Arthur, Elmhurst, III, Psy- chology. TAYLOR, Margaret M., Winfield, 111., Sociology. THIEL, Joan Eileen, Chicago, 111., Education, Activities: Dinkmeyer Treasurer 4; Class Treas- urer 4; SNEA 3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Transferred from Wright Jr. College 3. THOMPSON, Evelyn G., Villa Park, 111., Edu- cation. VANT, Victor Louis, Chicago, III, Biology. VESELY, William Anthony, Berwyn, III, Bus. Ad. VONASCH, Lawrence Owen, Lombard, 111., Pol. Sci., Activities: Pi Gamma Mu 3,4; Transferred from North Central College 2. WALKER, William Howard, Glen EUyn, 111., Biology, Activities: Beta Beta Beta President 4. WALLACE, Jean W., Elmhurst, III, Education. WARKENTIN, Lois Ann, West Chicago, III, Education, Activities; Dorm Council 1,3, Secre- tary 2; Intramurals 1,2; Orchestra 1,2; Class Treasurer 3; Homecoming Show 4. WARTENBE, Donna Lee, St. Louis, Mo., Madi, Activities: Polyhymnia 2,3, President 4; Senate 1,2; Homecoming Committee Booklet Co-Chair- man 2; Choral Union 2,4; Math Club 3,4; In- tramurals 1; Who ' s Who 4; Elms 1,2, Assistant Editor 3. WEESNER, Lynn Bradford, Oak Park, 111., Bus. Ad. WELLS, Roberta Jo Ann, Des Moines, Iowa, Christian Ed. WIEBKE, Judith Ann, Eitzen, Minn., Educa- tion, Activities: College Choir 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; W.U. Circus Publicity Co-Chr. 2; Fresh- man Week Committee 2; Choral Union 1,2; Residence Council 2; Homecoming Show 3; Prom Committee 3; Prom Court 3; E II Court 3; Class Secretary 4; Elms Sports Editor 3; SNEA 4; Cheerleading Advisor 4; Bachelor ' s Holiday Committee 3; W.U. Christmas Tea Refreshment Chr. 3; Sophomore Dance Committee 2. WILKIN, Judy E., Oak Park, 111., Speech, Transferred from Eastern Illinois University. WILLIN, Barbara Lynn, Chicago, IlUnois, Edu- cation, Activities: Women ' s Union Vice Presi- dent 4; Dorm Secretary 3; Interdorm Council 3; Intramurals 2,3; Tutoring Project 4; SNEA 2,3,4; Judo Club 4. WOJNAROWSKI, Edward Lee, VUla Park, 111., Psychology. WOOD, William Morgan, Maywood, 111., Psy- chology, Activities: Glee Club 1,2,3; Homecom- ing Committee 3,4; Tutoring Project 4; SGA 2nd Vice President 3; Greater Elmhurst 3; R.A. 4; Parent ' s Weekend Committee 2,3; Niebuhr Dorm Council 2; Commuted Group 3; WRSE 1; Intra- murals 2; Committee on Student Affairs 3. YOUNG, Frederick Louis, Maywood, III, Biol- ogy, Activities: Beta Beta Beta 4. YOUNG, Sandra E., Hinsdale, 111., English. ZIMMERMAN, Carl Alton, Sandusky, Ohio, Philosophy, ActiviUes: Bell Choir 1; College Choir 1, Asst. Bus. Mgr. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Presi- dent 4; Senate 2,3; Cultural Life Committee 2, 3,4; Campus Chest Bus. Mgr. 2,3; Homecom- ing Committee 3; Dorm Council 3; Choral Un- ion 1,2,3,4; Tutoring Project 4. ZULAUF, Catherine Lee, Rockledge, Fla., Sociol- ogy, Activities: Schick Hall Vice President 1; Senate 1,2; Freshmen Week Committee 3; Cul- tural Life Committee 3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 2; WRSE News Editor 2; Athletic Chairman W.U. 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; This Art Editor 4; Who ' s Who 4. FACULTY INDEX Albright, Mrs. Inga ... 18 Arends, Prof. C. C. . . . 11,84, 119 Vustin, Mr. David ... 11 Bakay, Mr. Archie ... 11 Barclay, Dr. William ... 11 Barger, Dr. George ... 11 Bartel, Miss Barbara ... 18 Baskerville, Miss I tham ... 11 Baum, Miss I ee Rose ... 19, 99 Biehl, Anita ... 16 Black, Dr. Michael ... 11 Blum, Mr. Neal ... 11 Bryan, Beverlee ... 16 Clark, Patricia ... 11 Clark, Dr. Robert . . . 11, 96, 98 Cole, Mrs. Edith ... 1 1 Couchman, Dr. Gordon ... 11, 37 Dalla, Lynn D. ... 17 Davidson, Mr. Arnold ... 12 DeLaurenti, Mr. John ... 17 Denman, Mr. William ... 10 Devaud, Mrs. Ariane ... 12 Droege, Dr. Geart ... 12 Dunnivant, Grace ... 17 Fischer, Mrs. Elsa ... 12 Friedli, Dr. Alfred ... 12 Froeschner, Donna ... 18 Gazmararian, Mr. George ... 12, 106 Gentry, Mr. Robert ... 16, 26, 96 Gieselmann, Rev. Roy ... 17, 104 Glazebrook, Dr. Ruth ... 12 Goetz, Rev. Ronald ... 12 Goldsborough, Wilma ... 17 Gow, Mr. John ... 12, 123 Grant, Jane ... 16, 26 Gras, Donna ... 12 Green, Mary ... 16 Grobe, Miss Shirley ... 17 Halfter, Dr. William J. ... 13 Harris, Mr. Wendall ... 13, 72, 78, 91 Hensley, Miss Marjorie ... 10, 6 ' 2, 101 Hernandez, Marie ... 13 Holliday, Mr. T. B. . . . 13 Honour, Mr. John ... 29 Howie, Marian ... 13 Hylton, Mr. Percy . . . 17,91, 138 Johnson, Mr. p:dward ... 17, 104 Jones, Mrs. Miriam ... 13 Jump, Dr. John ... 13, 122 Kleckner, Dr. Donald C. . . . 10, 42, 50, 51, 62, 123 Kohl, Dr. Maybelle ... 13, 106 Krueger, Dr. T. Howard . . . 13, 31 Umbert, Mr. Dan ... 19, 103, 120 kmghorst. Prof Oliver ... 13, 31, 76, 88, 105 l ewis. Dr. Samuel ... 18 limper. Dr. Armin ... 13, 99 Lindstrom, Mr. David ... 13 Low, Dr. Donald ... 14, 62, 63, 116, 145 Martin, Dr. Reid ... 18 Meyer, Maude ... 14, 105 Mohamed, Mr. Harold ... 14, 123 Neilson, Mr. Keith ... 14, 114 Nice, Doris ... 14 Ohl, Mr. Ronald ... 19, 101, 120 Owen, Mr. Harold . . . 14,85 Peatman, Mr. William ... 14, 132, 98 Price, Devona ... 14 Priepke, Dr. Rudolf ... 14 Reed, Mr. Clayton ... 14 Reichhold, Missjudity ... 18, 19 Schade, Dr. Rudolf ... 14, 98 Schieler, Rev. Robert ... 10, 106, 99 Schmidt, Dr. Ervin ... 14, 107 Schmidt, Dr. Royal ... 15 Schousen, Mr. Walter ... 81, 82, 87, 91 Sinclair, Mr. Donald ... 16 Skinner, Mr. Chads ... 16, 104 Snyder, Miss linda ... 19, 101, 102, 115 Stanger, Dr. Robert ... 4, 8, 45, 49, 62, 69, 123 Stoner, Rev. Donald ... 15 Swords, Mr. Robert ... 10 Thorsen, Ella ... 17 Tripp, Gertrude ... 17 Wadepulh, Dr. Walter ... 15 Weiss, Mr. Donald ... 16 Wellington, Dr. Marie . . . 15, 117 Whelilian, Miss ;Vnn ... 15 Williams, Rev. James ... 15 Wyley, Dr. James ... 15, 31 Zink, Mary Hart ... 15 STUDENT INDEX A AJams, C, |caiiMit - - - 41). IJil Adaiiis, Siisuii . , ]22 Alilmail. Kalliryii . . , Kid Aiscnbrcy, Kuiialil ... lllf. I VI Aldtn, I ' ristilla A. . . . 126 Allcii. David ... 43. 101. 1(0. 1211, V2h .Mlisun, , a(Ki . . I ' J. UU, 145 .MIrkli, Dollic . . l:i2 .Mm, KfiiULlli ... 43, 132 .Vndcriiiiiii, Donald ... 7a, 80 36,76, 8S,W),97, 122, 138 . . 106, 12(1, 132 . iiderson, Paul , . . iider,so(i, Kidiard . iidris, Carok- ... 145 .Vnlal.Aniia K. . . 138 . |jicdla, I.Llda . , . 122, 132 . sliton, Barbara ... 126 Ayrcs, Jod ... 72, 87.91, 12(1, 132 I! liaas, William , 120 llacr, Karen . . , 106. 110, 126 ll.iker, l-rank ... 132 lianks. .Sut ... 126 harber, rlionias Harger, Frcya . Barren, Carol,. Ilarroivs. Ward . . llartfl, Barbara . . liarihold, Dorris . Baslian, Joseph . . BalUn, James , , . Beam. Barbara , . Beardslcy, Clirisdne . . . 25, 126 Beaver. Kdward . 85. 91, 145 Becker, I ' lnlip |. . . 132 Becker, Uidiard . Beexher, ,Sandra Beerhalter, Joan Bello, Donald . , liengtson. Nils , . Beimed, Alan . . Bentz, Tliomas . Beii zel, I.ijlda . . Berg, Marilyn . . Betimann, John . Blusl, Manila , , . Bobeng, Karen . . Bodeits(ab, Bhilip . Bogen, DoroThy , . . 146 Bohl, Elaine ... 146 Bohn, .Sherry . . . 118, 127 Boland, John ... 47. 58, 88, 89. 91, 93. 99, 122, 132, 133 Boland, .Sd-phen . . . 85.91, 93, 102, 132, 133 Bou(z, Cheric ... 146 . 43, 110. Ill 72,79.81.82.91, 138 110, 111, 133 . 97, 138 . , 72, 74 . 90, 126 . 114, 132 . . 112, 138 . . 126 115. 132 100. 126 . 86, 87 . . . 90, 126 . . . 99, 117. 138. 143 . 88, 126 . 146 . 106. 146 . . 99. 112, 132 . 25, 40, 46, 62, 102. 105, 108, 122, 146 . 97, 98. 121. 146 . . 39. 112. 132 . 146 . . 133 146 BoKoins. Koberl Boiigli(on, l£o . Bowers. ,Mary . Bowman. Karen Bozanli. Karen . li racher, James . Braidcn, Diane . Hrakemeyer. Randall Urandau. Richard . . llrasen, James . . . i: Rreilenbach, Bliyllis . Brcdman, William . . Ilrlggcnian, Edgar , Brhik, Margaret . . , Brodi. llobcrla ... 6 Browning, Spencer . . lirueseke, Harold . . Brun, .Michael ... 133 liuchho|[2,Janc . . . 105, 122, 139 Bullaniore. Margoric . . . 107. 139 97, 104, 133 105, 107, 138 39, 112, 138 117. 127 72.73.91, 112, 146 98. 110, 121, 146 91, 101, 103, 147 115 Bu ' lls, liruce , . Bums, (icrald . Iliaek, Charles C Cain. James . . Canipo.Jean . Cap. Charles . Carlson, Joyce Carlson, Judy . Ciarney, ,Marcbun . . Caslellano, William , Casio, Mary , . , 97, Cecol.Joliii . , . (lenlner, Sandra Cerlale, Joe . . . C ' liapp, Murgari Cliarndia, Cary Chase, E. Jean . Clirlsdansoii, Ja Ciangi, Irene . , , 133 Clark, David ... 93. 1 Clevciigcr, Robena . . . Colvls, EonlsJ, . , , 36, Combs, Slepheli . . . 10 ( orley, Charles ... 13! Collrdl, Uoiiald ... 13 Cullom. Carroll ... 19 Ciirschiuann. (Iirlsline . 85. 123 . 133 119 133 - 19. 53. 54. 139 127 . 25.90.98. 133 . 127 127, 141 . . . 133 127 II n, |o 102, 147 llammen, Barbara , . . 104, 127 Dancy,Jobu . . . 80.82,91. 133 Darlas. Kathleen ... 34, 127 . 1.11 127 Ch.irlcs . 139 Demlow. Sherry . . . 121. 122. 147 DeMichad, Danid . . . 102. 127 Denk, .Monika ... 139 Dew, Charles ... 139 Dickbernd. David . . . 96. 121. 147 Dickey, llarriel . . 127 Dldzd.John ... 133 Ditlrich. I ' ainela . 127 Draganski, Keniielli . . . 147 Drese. Susan 108, 127 llruininiiiid, Juhii . 106, 127 Eblc. .Marie Elders, Sharon . Ehlinger, ClilTord Eiernian, Robert pollers, William . . ICimer, .Andrea . . Ek. David ... 7: Eldridge. William ... 147 Kliglehardt. .Maryndl . . , 100, 102, 14 ' Engman, l.ynn , , , 90, 119. 127 I jchcnbrenner, Danid ... 93. 103 Evans, lisley ... 53. 139 Eshau, William , , . 72, 91 K Easano, Joseph . . . Eick, Patrician . . . EInlcy, C. Jeannie . Eischer, .Martha . . Eilzgerald, Anthony Hadung. I-eoiiora . Hetcher. Denton . . Eord, David , . . i; Eorresl, ,Mary , , . l- ' osler. Diane ... 1 Eraccaro. Joseph Era .er.Judy , . . . 72 . 74, 87, 97, 139 . 122, 147 72, 120, 138 133 73,88, 89, 139 139 59, 127 , , , 72, 103, 112, 139, 141 103, 127 Eredricksoii. Dennis , . . 105. 112, 148 Eriebns, Cary ... 38, 119 . 114, 133 . 87. 127 . 88.89. 119. 139 Eroeschner. Iluih . Eucile. .Steven , Euiton. John . . Eurlong, .Mary 107. 148 C , 100, 122. 139 ... 72, 119 . 100. 110. 148 148 . 100. no. 111. 127 . 43, 112, 127 107, 148 . 97, 101, 102, 139 , 29, 101, 102, 110, 117, 133 . . 133 . . 72,91, 148 Cablcr, Elame . . . 103, 133 flallagher, Midiad ... 127 Cardiakos. Betty . . . 148 Cardner. Iris . Gardner. IJoyd T. Caulke. I ' hyllLs . . Ceorge, Paliiia . . Cerber, Miriam . . (rf- ' rber, Richard . Cerleii, David . . . Cill, llubertina . . Cilmaii. Regiiia , . Coecks. Robert . . Coelz, Joanne . Cold, .Marilyn . Coiiser. Ann . . . Coodbrcad. I.yni Cooding. Ix ' slie . Craiide, Stephen , Cranger, Patricia , , . 139 Crcenwood, Richard . . . 148 Grieslnger. .Margard ... 99. 117. 133 Grobe. Ridiard ... 72. 74.91, 127 Croner, Sandra . . . 106, 127 Crossenbacher, Carol . . . 100, 103, 123, 127 (irosser. Belly ... 110. 139 Grolcfdd. I.lnda ... 127 Grothe, Robert . . . 97, 1 19 Grove. Susan ... 102 Grud, Sylvia . . . 139 Gruneliald. Mary Kay ... 99. 106. 110. 133 Gump, Ronald , , . 120 Gumpcr, David ... 84, 97, 120. 132. 134 Gurgone. Barbara ... 128 II lladley. John . . . Ilaiiilllon. Delores Hansen, llelty . . . Ilan.sen, Bruce . , Han ., Rt.ger ... I llappd, Richard . Harbart, Richard . llarland, Barbara Harris. Kalliv . . . Harsh, l.tnu-; , . , 78. 112. 120. 128 . . . 118. 139 . 96. 107. 112. 148 78. 105. 120, l-lll 149 140 llalhaway, Xaiicy .128 Hatniaker, I ' aiilelle 119 Haiick, hob . . . 101, 1113 Hiiuscrman, . laruii . , 1 12, 128 Hedi-en, Sharmi Dlaiir 128 llelnrleh, , ngela ... 1118 Hehel, Allien . 1411 Hdm, IzjIs . , , 96, 98. 1 HI, 121, 149 I U ' inpeii. Dale Heuerraulll, Siisai] Ilepiier. Steven . , Ilerh.sUT. RoIkti , I lerncs.%. . iinellv Heslet. Hosi-ehm Hess, lean . V Hlllman. Lince Hoelet, Caiol . Hiielet, Diivid . Ilollman. .Viiiu 91, 1211, 138, no. 141 90, 98, l l ' l I HI. I 111. 128 120. 128. 129 . 101, nil. 111. 149 . 149 108, I I I. I I I 97. 107. 1 10. 1411 . 1(1(). 140 ■n 1(14, 1(18. 122. 123, 114 11(1, 120, 128. 129 , 72. 120. 134. 135 , , 19. 48. 71. 72. 73, 74, 91, 96, 149 25, 110, 149 , 106, 120, 149 119, 128 108, 128 HolTiiian, Susan llohman, Slieryl llolhmd, Carol . llolub, Irina , , Hood. Tom . . . liootou, Kadilee Horn. Roger . . Hotle, David . . Ilode. Dennis . . Motz, Ruth . . Howies. I,ec . Ilmnphrits. William I luson. Dorothy . . 1 lyres. .Mben . , , 1: llysler, Gliristine . . J Jackson, Jcun ... 1 Jackson, Judy . Jacoby, (Jail . . Janke. Koberi . . JefTrey.Joliii . . , Johnson, Dennis Johnson. Jean . Johnson, Karni Johnson, Vivian Joluison. Willian; Johnson. William Johnsioii. Uubcrl . , 134 Jolas, Krnsl . . . 106, U(l Jonts.Micliai:[ . . . 43. B4. 93.97. 134 Jordan, Hubcri . , - 134 Jonlan, Kulh ... 150 Jorgenson. Ronald . . . 15U Jucngling, Kuih , , . 99, 108. 150 K Kachians, Thomascen . . . 12H Kaiser. David . . . i: !3, 134 Kalis, Noel . , , 150 Kanlner. Kichard .128 105, 140 . , lOG. 149 - 107, 149 , 110. 120, 126. 128 Karasek. Kllen . Karau, Keiili . , Karr. James. , Kami, Harold . KaulTmiin, l.isle Kay, . rthnr . . Kedzie, Thomas Kehl. Judy . Kehl, Nancy Keller, Ered Kelley, Kaye . . . Keiiip. Carol . . . Kendall, , rdiur . Kennedy. Boiiald Kessier, Judy . . Kinner. Richard . Kinsman, David Kirby. James , , . Kirby, .Mary Beth , Kirkopoulou, Viola Kish, Carolyn , , , Kistner, Glen . . . Klaus, Deborah . Kleninie. Beverly Kloepplng. Willlti Kloer. Cheryl , K napp. Hugh . Knight. Elizabeth . iiii Knorr. Marc ... 115 Kinidson, Randall . Kodl. Barbara .11 Kolman. Ellen . Kolzow. Karen . Kondralh. Gilll . Korlath. . rnold Koslal, Robert . Knige, Mariut , KriiniNkv. Carol , 105, 107, 14(1 114, 128 72, 91, 134 . 118 . . 150 104, 115, 123, 134 . , 128 96, 97. 108, 140 , 107. 150 . 80, 82, 83 104, 108, 128 150 150 83, 84, 91, 134 .115, 134 134 72. 81, 83, 134 1 10, 140 102, 110, 115, 134 38, no. 111. 1. ' . 29. 119. i: 4 Krans. Diane . Krejel. llniiT . . . Kroll. RIdianI Kruse. Willi . K rnsinger. J udy Kiiecbniann. join Knhn, |canne . Kuiuinei, Paul HI2 106, 110. 111. 134 . 40. 45, 62, 63, 71. 103. 1116, no. 128 ' 2, 73, 74, 91, 112, 14.5 l.tiinberl, joanne l.amillets. All.in UinileiiiekT. Cay Dindult. Russell . Utngdoe. lames Ijinghi.T. .Marleir btnghts. Duinm Uinl . Bunllii l.ntlner. RelHxtn 81. 122 88. 1,50 III), 128 98. I I I 97. IIIK. 1.15 l.a . Mar l.aiirll eTi, ( ' luolyii l,aveiigiiod, (k ' r,ilil l.a Vine. |..ncl l.a«ler. Gary . 1 Lrahhard. |nne U-her, Kiteeil ... 9 l.cniniiini. Hnrhara l.eliz. Iloliett ... I l.cter. Prlscllla kivt . IVlcr . . M I.IIJvstaiii.Gran- l.liidbloni. UiTTN l.lndloitl. . iin . . IJIIilhirs. Unbelt no. I 17. I ' ll 159 STUDENT INDEX Uimaru. Ilmi;ml . . . 110, 135 I.llzsiliger, I ' uiil . - . 19, 54.72, 74, 87,91, 114, 14(1 I Joy J, l!obi:n . . , 135 lackycar. C.l.iirlcs ... 35, 104. 140 Kongo, Xdl ... 115. Hi). 135 l.opalka, Call , . . 108 Uidifig, Koloman Karl ... 72. 78. 91, 135 IaiIzow. l.iiida ... 135 l.yforcl, .Man . . 151 l.ykt. I ' iilrida . . 99. 106, 151 M .Maiitk. I ' liyllis . 100. 141 . ladim-y. X.uMl . . 135 .Malial, Dale . . . 22 .Marbiirger. Cary - . . 110. 115. 141 .Martlla, Joau , , . 151 Mariiiacdo. Itt . . . 28. 38.72. 74. 91, 120, 135 Maroiiil. Karen ... 122. 151 Marqnardt, ' rlionias . . . 135 Martens, I ' amela . . . 101, 103. 1118, 128 Marlin. I ' aiil ... 135 Marlscliinke, Siiz;inne . . - 104. 141 Mason. .Michael ... 86, 87, loti, 128 Malhe, John ... 43 Mallcni, Thomas . . . 1(13. 110. 111. 120. 126. 128 Maichei. .Man . , . 120. 141 McCalllsler, Kathleen . . . 129 McClain. Leslie ... 135 McComb, llarbara ... 141 McCuUongh, Donald . . . 106. 152 McCurdy. David ... 97. 102. 112. 129 McKwan, linda . . . 129 McGau-n, Carolyn ... 135 McCibbon, Donald , , , 107 McPhcrson, ' Mary . . . 104. 135 Mdnliardt, .Mardyn . . . 106. 114. 115. 151 .Mdnliardt, Midiad . . . 93, 99, 120, 135 Mdegrilo. Miriam . . . 108. US. 152 Melia, Carlos . . . 135 Mdl, Danid ... 152 Merrifield, Deimis ... 129 iMdzger. Ruth . . . 53, 141 Meyer, Charles ... 38 Meyer, Vrci . . . 120, 141 .Meyer, I ' anl , . . 98. 115, 141 MiUeilner. Sandranne ... 97 Miller, Gary .,, 71.72. 73. 152 Miller, Manila ... 141 Miller, Uodgcr . . . 72.74. 91. 97. 106. 120. 136 Minarik. I ' anl . . 72, 87, 106, 129 Mitchdl, Margard , . . 107, 141 Mitchdl, .Mary - 129 Moore, Donald . . , 141 Moore, Kathleen . , , 141 iMoraitis. John ... 141 .Morgan, James ... 136 .Morkd, Karen , , . 102, 141 .Morris, Harold . . . 123. 152 Moyc, Terry ... 88. 120. 141 Muehler. Diane ... 129 Mueller, l.aura ... 129 Mulcahy. Kiiymond . . . 119. 129 .Murdock, llruce . . . 81,82,87, 152 Mutton. Robert ... 38. 105. 120. 141 Mygind. .Soren . . 118. 136 N Nackcr, Wayne ... 129 Nagy, Thomas ... 1 52 Nardone, I ' anl ... 129 Nelson, I.iiida ... 142 Nelson, Uebceca ... 136 Nerius. Krvin . . . 136 N ' ciise. Jonathan . . . 72,73,74,91,98, 110, 136 Xicasuo, Alfonso ... 129 Xicolay, . ' eal , . . 39. 98, 103, 112, 152 .Niehaas, Kenneth . . . 152 Niensted. . nn . . . 142 .Xoland. Cary ... 78 Nolle, . nnelte . . . 142 Nolle. Ilulh . . . 103 .Nollrott, Karen . . 129 Nyako, Uicliard .118 t) (Ibcrg.Jennlfcr . , . 107. 142 Oberklither, Jaiid . . . 129 Oelhafen. WUIiam , . . 136 Ohlekl, Chie . . . 118, 119. 142 Ollendorf, Thomas ... 129 OUiger. Loralee . . . 100. 102. 152 Osborii, .Marlbcth . . . 136 Ottoman, Susan . . . 142 !■ l ' iice,J. I ' arker . . . 129 I ' agenkop. Diane ... 129 I ' aiiterimidil.Jolin . . . 29, 152 I ' arker. liarbara ... 97 I ' asvogd. Clenn , . . 136 I ' attoii. Cheryl . . . 105, 122 I ' ayiie. Nancy . . . 107. 122, 138, 142 I ' cck, Uobcrt ... 136 I ' edersoii, Janice ... 89, 136 I ' dler, Koliert ... 136 I ' de, licverly . 129 I ' elezyiiski, Waller ... 28 I ' ensyl, Clillord . . 76. 81. 86. 87. 91. 142 replies, Carol , , 129 I ' epllcs. Uoselyn . . . 19.99, 107, 1.52 I ' erdriau. Usile ... 142 I ' erde. Cleii ... 116. 142 IMcrson. Dennis ... 72. 74. 87. 142 I ' elerson. Robert ... 1 19 I ' hlllips. Warren . , . 72.73.83.88. 129 I ' idrinl. De s ... 87. 136 I ' ilello. .Marianne ... 119. 130 I ' latt, llarbara , , . 106, 130 I ' lauly., Donald . . . 1.53 I ' oilis, K.liiinc ... 98 I ' oltrock. Naomi . . . 136 I ' oiiiiaii. .Mary . . . 130 rope. Henry . . . 142 I ' ordier, I.ynn ... 142 I ' oris, Kenndli . . , 153 I ' rasl, Itoberl , . , 153 I ' rdin, Carolyn ... 153 I ' rescolt, Uobcrt . , . 123. 153 I ' ricc, Corddl . . . 130 I ' rocler. David ... 93. 107, 142 II Habiega, Williaiii . . . 123. 153 liadke, Ronald ... 87, 136 RadlolT. Charles . . . 116, 119 Ralimdcr, Until , , . 107, 142 Raitt.Cynlhia . . . 22.98 Uanisay, , Smart ... 112. 136 Rtisehc, Christine , . . 97. 126, 130 liaiiskin, John . . . I JO Reed. Carl ... 87 Ueeder. . iine . . . 122 lieid. Carolyn ... 153 Rehi, ' ictoria . . . 130 Reincrtson. .Mice ... 110 Riclcnberg. I.inda . . . 130 Riemer, Donald ... 112. 120. 142 Hill. Jon , , 45, 136 Roberge. Brian . , . 142 Robertson, Carmine . . . 142 Robinson. Kdidi . . 136 i Rock.Ardiur ... 76. 153 Rodgers, Theodore ... 72. 73 Rodriguta, Rodney ... 115. 130 Rohll ' ing, Christian . . . 129, 142 Rohrbachcr, Judidl . . . 100. 107. 142 Roland. .Mice . . . 153 Rook. Darrd ... 130 Root, Daniel . . , 136 Rnmpf. Roger . . . 80. 82. 83. 98. 103. 142 RnssdI.Jand . . . 99. 117. 136 .S Salamon, Jacob ... 130 .Samonek, Shirley . . . 102, 110, 136 Sands. Charles ... 153 Sautel, Camillc ... 1 19. 130 Sayles, .Vniia . . . 142 Sdiacfcr, Judith , , . 108, 130 .Schaefer, Sandra . . . 108. 122. 153 Schaiiti!. Robert ... 89 Sclieck, Edward . . . 142 Schdb. WUIiam , . , 136 Schdl, Edivard , , , 93, 97. 123 Scheu. Luda ... 142 Schiindpfenig. R. David ... 112, 120, 143 Schmdler. Richard . . , 136 Sdiippits, Harold ... 72, 73, 78, 91, 98 Sdimidl, Judith , . . 130 Schmidt, Stanley ... 115 Schmidt. William . . . 106. 143 Schmleclien, Elizabeth , . . 28, 90, 136 Schmllt, Barbara ... 116. 130 Scbmitl. Mary Jo . . . 100. 108. 136 Schnell. Susan . . . 143 Schowalter. Jane . . . 110. 130 Sdiwer. I ' alrlcia ... 136 Sdneind, Gloria . . . 102. 130 Scott, Charlcnc , . . 136 Scotl.Jand ... 25. 153 Scoville, Michael ... 130 Sekeris, I ' arcc ... 136 Sdlar. William ... 116 Seranko. William ... 143 Seymour, Ralph . , . 93 Shade. Usa ... 130 Shank, Donna . . . 103. 136 Sharp, Susan . . . 130 Shcelian, Kenvi , , . 103. 110. 111. 136 Sherburne. Anita . . . 123. 130 Sherman. Henry , . . 136 Shewdiuk. Michael , . . 88 Shigclani, William ... 40. 87. 91, 136 Silverbcrg, Sandra ... 39 Slmchuk, Ellen ... 34, 103, 130 Simpson, Margard . , . 105, 122, 143 Sinddar. Barbara . . 137 Sines, Evdyn . . . 130 .Singleton. W.irrcn ... 85. 145. 154 Smarto. Donald . . . 59. 104. 110. 111. 130 Smetaiia, Conille , . . 130 Smith, Joy ... 143 SmUli, Kenneth ... 137 Sonlitiicr. Charles . . 106 Southard, Judith . . . 106. 110. 130 Spcnce, C;oopcr . - 118 Spcrandeo. William 130 Spllker. John ... 137 SplrolT. Kcnncdi . . 87 Spross, Kalhcrlne ... 59. 137 Sprudi, Uurel ... 59. 130 SlalTord, Robena , . . 108. 143 Slahlhul, Carolyn . . . 104. 130 Stahlhul. Donald . , , 19.76. 88.89. 105. 115. 143 Stahiikc. Diane ... 119 Slalzer, Gerald . . . 143 Si.cullcr. Richard ... 137 Steben. William ... 154 Stehiik, Ceorge . . . 137 Stelnboch, Kalhryn . . . 143 Stevens, Wayne ... 137 Stevenson. Carole . . 38. 110 Stiller. Karin , . , 130 Stinehcomb,Cene ... 84. 102. 137 Slock. Carl . . . 110. 123. 154 Slock, I ' atricia ... 98. 100. 115. 121. 154 Stoker, Susan , . . 114 Stolt. Gerald ... 154 Stone. .Marilyn . . . 137 Stone. Ronald ... 97. 154 Strand, William ... 143 Slralton, Scott ... 28. 84. 91. 97. 120. 137 Slrauch. Wayne ... 137 Strclch, Judith ... 1 10. 143 Slrodtman, James . . - 130 Strong, Robert , . . 105. 154 Sluerzl, Roy ... 154 Stupecky.Jean . . . 102. 108. 130 Suhrheuirich. Jerry . . . 67.96. 112. 154 Summers. Wauda ... 115, 122. 137 Sumner. 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