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1 1969 Elms Nearly a century has passed since Elmhurst students first strolled beneath the spreading branches of stately elms. Since the founding of our alma mater, the school has witnessed, as well as experienced, the hand of time which has dealt kindly and generously with our campus. Thus a changing Elmhurst is not a new phenomenon, but the accelerated pace and momentous magnitude of the changing Elmhurst of 1968-1969 are indeed unique in comparison with developments of previous years. Activities Page 18 Athletics Page 88 Faculty and Administration Page 113 Students Page 150 A familiar beloved face departs leaving memories of a dedicated individual who helped to develop the Elmhurst campus into a growing, expanding community. V I The old submit to the new, space is required, buildings fall 11 Needs develop, money is raised and buildings rise iiir III nil III III Hi Field Experience Traditional curriculums become obsolete, and more relevant flexible curriculums become the vogue. 14 Activities 22 WELCOME Mumm OCTOBER 25iy 26iH ' 27iy " A Funny Thing Happened . Old friends meet at A lumni Reunion Homecoming 24 Broadway, in all it ' s musical-come- dy song and glamour, descended upon the Elmhurst mall with the 1968 Homecoming " Broadway Our Way. " From the theatre depart- ment ' s Forum in the gymnasium to Lehmann Hall ' s winning float, " Carousel, " the campus emulated the Great White Way. Friend ' n Lover shattered the Chapel crowd on Friday night, the stalwart Jays sought a victory on Saturday after- noon and Ronnie Rodgers serenad- ed dancers at the Student Ball that evening. Reigning over the week- end ' s alumni strewn activities. Queen Pat Johnson and her court were at their loveliest. 25 V Marilyn Walton entertains at the Dinkmeyer Christmas party. Christmas As is true everyplace else, there was a flourish of activity on campus during the Christmas season. The Annual Festival of Lessons and Carols was presented in Hammerschmidt Memorial Chapel, with Polyhymnia and Glee Club providing the musical selections. The College Union Multi-purpose area came alive at the sounds of the Christmas Cabaret, complete with band and even Santa ' s helpers. Santa was present at the Annual Dinkmeyer Christmas Party to receive gifts from various groups on campus. These were just a few of the events that surrounded the EC campus during the hoUday season. Annual Christmas Service in Hammerschmidt Chapel. 28 BACHELOR ' S HOLIDAY COURT: FRESHMEN: Mike McCargo, Craig Mernitz, SOPHOMORES: Bob Gibbs, George Caesar, JUNIORS: Seth Smith, Mike Marsico, SENIORS: Dean Roberts, Roy Thrasher, King of Hearts Mark Hamilton The weekend before Spring Vaca- tion was devoted to Elmhurst ' s male population and was for many a Bachelor ' s Holiday. From Thurs- day night ' s Variety Show through the activities of the Midwest Jazz Festival and culminating at the fan- tasy-inspired " Alice in Wonder- land " dance, the wallets of Elm- hurst men enjoyed a unique period as untouchable. Centennial Consultation In anticipation of its 100th anniversary in 1971, EC held a Centennial Consultation meeting in mid March. About 130 persons attended, including members of the Board of Trustees, The President ' s Council of Business Associates, alumni, Elmhurst residents, faculty and administrative rep- resentatives, students and parents. Small consultation groups met to discuss topics of interest and also heard three EC grads speak on " Reminiscing. " During the week of April 21-25, the first Interna- tional Studies Conference on Latin America was held at Elmhurst. An event of national interest, the conference received the attention of Washing- ton dignitaries and the endorsement of Illinois Governor Richard OgUvie. On campus, primary sponsorship came from Pi Gamma Mu, social science honorary, and Epsilon Chi, an affiliate of Tau Kappa Epsilon. 34 r. ■ xr— ' 1 Black A rts Festival r The first Black Arts Festival held at Elmhurst was arranged by the Concerned Black Students in order to present program- ming particularly relevant to the Black students at E.C. Among the weekend ' s events were an Afro-fashion show, various Afro-derived music form presentations and discussions, geared to black contributions in the plastic and literary art forms. S.G.A. EXECUTIVE BOARD: Stu Holman, treasurer; Ken Wyant, president; Marilyn Walton, vice chairman of Union Board; Dave Rota, chairman of Union Board; Phyllis Schoewe, secretary; Wayne Kennedy, vice-president. Student Government Association In the fall of 1968, students were appointed by S.G.A. to previously strictly faculty committees. This move was indicative of the increas- ing participation of Elmhurst stu- dents in the actual operation of the college and in the establishment of policies and procedures. In another action, it was decided to receive student government office nomina- tions solely through petitions rather than a nominating committee; thus any tacit " endorsement " was elimi- nated. StUl another successful en- deavor of the S.G.A. occurred in the form of the March Leadership Retreat held at Green Lake Wiscon- sin. However, the thwarted elec- tions brought the S.G.A. activities to a rather abrupt stand still and many problems concerning 1969-1970 programming and bud- geting ensued. S.G.A. UNION BOARD: Jim Peters, athletic life; Marilyn Walton, vice-chairman of Union Board; Dave Rota, chairman of Union Board; Dave Jerger, religious life; Dave Kuebler, cultural-intellectual life. 36 Cultural- Intellectual Life A numerous and varied array of programs were offered by the Cultural-Intellectual Life Committee. In the way of music, the Madrigals of Venice, the Cologne Chamber Orchestra, and the refreshingly amusing, as well as gifted, Los Indios Tabajaras. As for speakers, Ralph de Tolendano, Stanley Kauffmann, and Frank S. Meyer brought their noted abilities before the Elmhurst community in the lecture series. Last but not least, the C-I film series presented movies on Tuesdays and Fridays; " Mac- beth, " " Jules and Jim, " and " The Grapes of Wrath " were among the crowd-drawers. William F. Buckley, Jr. 39 " Impact of Brass ' Harold Betters Quartet Varsity Vagabonds ' I Social Life With a Homecoming con- cert starring " Friend ' n Lover, " Social Life, under the chairmanship of Dean Roberts, opened its sea- son. Besides offering a va- riety of concerts to the campus community, the Social-Life Committee sponsored popular films. " Born Free, " " Alfie, " and " The Carpetbaggers " were among the winners which packed the SCA to capacity. 40 Dr. Paul Ehrlich Religious Life S.T.O.P Another Union Board Committee, Religious Life, directed by David Jerger, presented a lecture series which included such diverse speakers as writer William Stringfellow. Religious Life also collaborated with S. T. 0. P., Students to Terminate Over Population and Pollution, in presenting such noted speakers as Dr. Paul Ehrlich. S. T. 0. P. then became a subcommittee of Student Senate and went on to sponsor a hunger strike in order to bring the problem of world hunger to the attention of EC students. 41 II 1 YAF The Young Americans for Freedom were active in 1968-69 in the area of poHtical programming with a predominantly conservative ideol- ogy. The group sponsored such educational activities as films on current issues and political person- alities, informal lectures and discus- sions dealing with unusual topics such as political assassination, and a right-left debate on the Viet Nam War which pitted Robert Turner against Rennie Davis. Leaders of YAF for 1968-69 were William Mencarow and Joseph Heniff. LEFT TO RIGHT: Glenn Novak, Joseph Heniff, Charles Cosimano, Andrea Dubnick. Young Republicans 42 Men and Women ' s Honoraries LEFT TO RIGHT: Darlene Rinella, Jan Midgley, Mrs. Kirby, Carolyn Andre, Miss Kishi, Judy Kamper, Jan Zwetz, Mrs. Ruffolo, Jean Eyrich, Kay Kupper, Kathy Piatt, Judi Bree. Seven new names were added to the elite roster of the Men ' s Honorary this year, while the Women ' s Honorary found itself tapping sixteen members of the junior class. Members of the organization are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership and major contributions to the college. With the addition of this year ' s members, Men ' s Honorary will be seeking recogni- tion by Omicron Delta Kappa, a national men ' s honor society. The Men ' s Honorary also sponsored what became known as the Kaffee Klatch. These Klatches provided a chance for students and faculty to get together and become better acquainted. ROW 1: Elsa Koenig, Pat Behle, Kerry Tesky, Marilyn Holtzman, Ginger Sepanski. ROW 2: Elite McDaniels, Carol Roos, Karen Kroenig, Pat Deem, Terry Dorgan. ROW 3: Teri Calkins, Pat Kraft, Meril Pattison, Barb Johnson, Ileen Weber. 45 Squires 1 Craig Mernitz 2 Bork Maronn . Dave Kinney 4. Paul Lancaster S. Ron Meyer ,,1 6. Bob Bills 7. Jeff Kling 8. Roger Dahlstrom 9. Randy Riley 10. Ray Lake 11. Terry Templeton 12. Ken Herlien 13. Al Mason 14. Jim Gaw 15. Chris Walker 16. Mark Erickson 17. Wally Trosen 18. John Rooney 19. Steve Fausch 20. Mark Buck 21. Dean Roberts 22. Mike Radzilowsky 23. Jim Thais 24. Ron Vanderstuyf 25. Bob Yeisley 26. Scott Mernitz 27. Jerry Slansky 48 LEFTTORIGHT: Don Bizer, Jim Quilty, Jim Beard, Charlie Stevens, John Corbett, Jim Higginson, Ed Ander- son. Recognized on dress-up occasions by their green emblemed blazers, the Brotherhood of Squires continued to serve the college and community as a service organization. Abiding by tradition, the Squires pledge class was burdened with yellow bricks and instructed to seek " autographs " of Squire regulars. The Squires also fulfilled duties as ushers and as " door-to-door " charity representatives. A new service was offered Elmhurst students in the Squire-sponsored First Aid course. 49 1. Roy Johnson 2. Hank Dembosz 3. Don Rudy 4. Chuck Rakos 5. Gary Zakovic 6. Don Haufe 7. DaveCuUum 8. Peter Lum 9. George Bradshaw 10. Joe Bestwina 11. Pete Mastro 12. Daryl White 13. Bob Merz 14. Bill Backus 15. Terry Scholl 16. John Teschner 17. Jim Templin 18. Bob Quackenbush Praetors In their second year of existence at Elm- hurst, the brotherhood of Praetors grew both in numbers and prominence. Following their stated purpose to serve the campus socially, the Praetors sponsored dances with such groups as the " Flock " and the " Proper Strangers " which enlivened several week- ends. They also provided car-owning stu- dents with a utilitarian service by way of the Pledge Class car washes, and enhanced the Homecoming mall scene with a prize-win- ning float. 50 ROW J: Steve Gallant y, Harry Bucy, Bill Caprel, Brian Benakos. ROW 2: Gerry Warnke, Gordon Hollander, Dennis Kappen, Chuck Purdom. ROW 3: George Bergstrom, Dave Victor, Bob Wick, Bryan Wagner. ROW 4: Rich Hempel, Jeff Thoma, Jim Brusveen. ROW 1: Kriss Herrmnson, Kay Nickerson, Pam Trink, Rhonda Larson. ROW 2: Deb Champion, Beth Reichel, Marianne Hagest, Kathy Zoubek, Anne Fricke, Marcia Mahn, Bert Laveille, Elaine Hnadich. ROW 3: Patty Reiser, Cathy Collins, Judy Fodero, Cathy Mosher, Cheryl Petrowski, Sue Burdick, Diane Vardabs, Joni May field. SEATED: Diane Yarosh, Merlanne Price, Charlie Hall, Miss Kishi, Kathy Krolak, Donna Oku. STANDING: Sally Curtin, Char Blazevich, Paulette Augustine, Carol Gavin, Winnie Farley, Marian Bruss, Carolann Slanina, Sue Hartlein. 52 The Sisterhood of the Adel- phae sponsored many activi- ties and service projects throughout the year. During first semester the Adelphae organized the campus-wide " Ugly Man " contest. The " Ugly Man " with the most votes, Jim Templin, reigned over the dance of the same theme. A service gesture in conjunction with the Praetors was the Birthday Dinner served to campus residents at the dining tables. Later dur- ing the year the Adelphae sponsored the Best Dressed Girl contest. The 1968-69 President was Charlie Hall. The college radio station, WRSE-FM, functioned as a vital medium on the campus of a changing Elmhurst. Broadcasting from the newly constructed production studio, the station offered an admirable roster of varied programming by Elm- hurst students. Beyond such basic operations, the staff sponsored the WRSE party and the hilariously successful Roller Derby. Steering the station were Bob Rodriguez and Bob McGehee as station manager, John Daubenspeck, program director, and Bob Faerber, chief engineer. 55 I ' Nancy puts the damper on a staff meeting disrupted by Karen Dauster and Peg Waara. " Variety " is the only word that comes close to capsuling the activities indulged in by XhtElms Staff. Under the tutelage of editor, Nancy Stephens, the staff affected smooth transitions from layouts to typing, scheduling pictures and writing copy. Adopting a refined professional perfection in journalism as their unanimous ideal, the Elms Staff shared laughs and endured painful error — circumvention amid the weekly shuffling of pictures and inevitable approach of section deadlines. At all times, the Elms Staff strove to represent a " Changing Elmhurst " in an expanded, more colorful annual. 58 Elm Bark Tuesdays at Elmhurst College meant the noon-time arrival of the school paper, the Elm Bark. Despite the perennial accusations of mediocrity, the Elm Bark copies were rapidly claimed and the cafeteria at lunch became an inverted parquet of papers. Indeed, the March 18th issue became a collectors ' item; its controversial cartoon and unprecedented theatre review ignited heated opin- ions. As spring approached, editor John Bizer resigned in a thoughtful editorial and named Bob Ullman as his successor. Carl Foltstad supervises Keith Schram ' s layouts. 60 i Opera Workshop One of the more publicized interim offerings, the opera workshop, was jointly conducted by the music and speech departments. In addition to concentrated studies of opera as an art form born of choral and dra- matic stage forms, the course gear- ed itself toward its public perfor- mance of Mozart ' s " Marriage of Figaro, " an impressive consum- mation of Elmhurst ' s first interim. 63 " Mother Courage Under the charismatic direction of Garry Col- burn, Bertholt Brecht ' s " Mother Courage " was staged in March while preparations were being made for the grand opening of the Mill Theater. When it housed performances of student-di- rected one-acts in May, the Mill was used as a theater for the first time. 64 ' The Lion and the Jewel ' 65 L-R ROW ONE: Kathy Hams, Helen Sterka, Melanie Poltrock, Debra Krauth, Leslie Maclean, Jeanne Baxter, Jane Wehmueller, Jim Janicek, Dennis Dahn, Scott Princen, Charlie Stevens. ROW TWO: Gordon Hollander, Doris Holtgreve, Tom Zappe, Fern Wimberly, John Sims, Phyllis Schoewe, Barb Lewis, John Engman, Theresa Hartigan, June Williams. ROW THREE: Judy DeVore, Dennis Stafiro, Bill Trauth, Sue Brouse, Marilyn Walton, Steve Scott, Carol Woodliff, Sandy Espinosa, Bennie Williams. ROW FOUR: Walter Bruederle, Sharon Patchak, George Jacobs, Don Haufe, John Redfield, Bruce Holman, Henry Schram, Edward Leveille, Dave Vollman. ROW FIVE: Marilyn Hinch- ley, Bob Atkins, John Mieners, John Hollenkamp, Norm Granback, Maurice Wimberly, Bob Chamberlain, Mr. James Sorensen. The fifty piece Elmhurst College Band, under the direction of James Sorensen, professor of music, had an active year. In addition to performing an annual spring concert, the band also made a short tour of Wisconsin. Spectators at the Homecoming game got their first glimpse of the Marching Band, as Mr. Dale Hamilton put them through their paces and directed their formations. Members of the Stage Band were entered in the competition at the Annual Mid-West Jazz Festival sponsored by E.C. Marilyn Walton took first place in vocal division and went on to national competition. Band L-R FIRST ROW: Randy Knowles, Gordon Hollander, Tom Zappe. Bill Trauth, Sue Brouse, Don Haufe. SECOND ROW: Don Kosar, Henry Schram. John Redfield, Dave Vollman, Bruce Hollman. THIRD ROW: Charlie Stevens, Jim Janicek, Scott Princen, Bennie Williams, NOT PICTURED: Leslie Maclean, Norm Granbeck. Stage Band 67 Polyhymnia During the year the Polyhymnia Wom- en ' s Chorus sang many concerts in the Chicago area and also on a north- eastern tour. Noteworthy concerts on campus during the year for Poly were for the Homecoming Chapel Service, the Candlelight Christmas Service, and the Poly-Glee Club Concert on Par- ent ' s Weekend. The specialty groups of Poly are the quartet and the interpre- tive choir. Poly ' s repertoire of secular and sacred music included such pieces as The Miserere by Hasse and the German folk song " Gute Nacht " . Poly was sad to hear of the retirement of Mrs. Viola Repp from the directorship of the chorus after twenty years of devotion to the " Poly girls " . QUARTET; CLOCKWISE FROM TOP, Kathy Friebus, Barb Ashton, Carol Roos, Chris Finger. INTERPRETIVE CHOIR; LEFT TO RIGHT, Karen Dauster, Nancy Hansen, Sue Acke- mann, June Yoshinari, Kerry Tesky, Linda Peterson. 68 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT; Sue Ackemann, Karen Dauster, Karen Kieca, Jan Wilson, Mary Jerome. Nancy Kalk, Mary Steeb, Linda Peterson, Jenny Stephens, June Yoshinari, SECOND ROW: Linda Bennett, Connie Kehl, Marty Schneider, Carol Roos, Judy Kamper, Donna Krueger, Chris Finger, Nancy Knisely, Kerry Tesky, THIRD ROW: Barb Ashton, Arlene Buric, Kathy Friebus, Penny Seibert, Sue Evans, Linnea Balk, Judy Kalkbrenner, Nancy Hansen. FIRST ROW; left to right, Mr. David Austin, director, Don Langbs, Bob Faerber, Dave Rota, Bryan Sickbert, Carl Ramey, Karl Miller, Mark Stahlhut, SECOND ROW; Bill Kesting, Wayne Kennedy, Craig Avery, Ray Christiansen, Chuck Stevens, Earl Schuff, Bob Ullman, THIRD ROW; Mark Buck, Jerry Paul, Paul Fischer, Pete Miller, Bill Fraccaro, Marty Reif, Chuck Wright, Art Wille. Glee Club The Men ' s Glee Club, formed in 1894, is the oldest organization on campus. Under the direction of Mr. David Austin, the Club enjoys singing both sacred and secular music. The Club provides music on campus for various chapel services, and presents a joint concert with the Polyhymnia in May. In addition to Lenten and Christmas concerts in the Chicago area, the group goes on an annual ten day tour in the spring. 70 Poly ' s send-off included love and kisses. From left to right: ROW 1: Marguerite Hinchley, Richard Reinwald, Roseann Hotz, Judy DeVore, Richard Rytel, Virginia Sepanski, ROW 2: Pat Behle, Ken Zimmerman, Lorli Stock, Roger Samonek, Marilyn Behle, Maurice Wimberley, Elsa Koenig, ROW 3: Nancy Pumphrey, Ray Tocco, Carole Eckwall, Pat Freeman, Tom Clouser, Jean Eyrich, Carol Woodliff, Gordon Chamness, Barbara Boatright, ROW 4: Linda Zuehsow, William Gutenschwager, Mary Ellen Biljes, Georgie Elert, Rob Hamm, Sharleen Smith, Margaret Rasche, John Bracke, Terry Schrieber Choir Membership in the College Choir, which is under the direction of Dr. T. Howard Krueger, is open to all students on campus. Also included in the Choir are members of the Chapel Bell Ringers, who are directed by Marguerite Hinchley. In addition to their annual spring tour, the Choir also made an annual winter tour and made other public appearances at area churches during the Lenten season. During the month of January, Choir also made a T.V. appearance as the guest choir on the " Sunday Evening Club " broadcast from Orchestra Hall. 73 LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Kohl, Deb Biersach, Vicki Mather, Leslie O ' Brien, Leslie Anderson, Tara Concklin, Captain Ten Calkins, and Deb Edwards. Cheerleaders As the 1968-69 athletic season drew to a close, the eight cheerleaders were left with many unforgetable memories: the thrill of victory and the bitter taste of defeat. There were good times: the Carthage game and the party at Racine (by invitation only), the numerous " dinner delights " and pep rallies by torch-light. Who could forget Rumble Beat in the bathroom at the football party? However, there were bad times too, like the heartbreak of a losing football season, and struggling for money for new uniforms. Yet, they managed to do their job, to instill a little school spirit in the Elmhurst students. The Shout-Down at North Central College shows the emotions that can be obtained with a little enthusiasm. Long live the cries of " We don ' t mess around, hey! " 74 Coffee House The Harbinger Coffee House has become a place for EC students to relax, converse, study, dance, listen to music — a place to discover there are things to do when you have nothing else to do. Folk music this year was provided by EC students as well as other members of the Coffee House Circuit. In addition to folk music, discussions, films, and poetry readings were sponsored by the " Inner Space. " 77 Junior Dinner -Dance Within the elegance of the Grand Ballroom at the Hotel Knickerbocker, the Junior Dinner-Dance was one of the most successful endeavors of the year. Tuxedos and formals spiced the early May air as did the romance sparked by boutonnieres and corsages. Greetings were forwarded to those attending by M.C. Dave Hager- baumer and Teri Calkins was crowned 1969 Prom Queen. The mood created by dance music and changing colored liglits persisted as most couples ended their evening by attending a late performance at the Happy Medium. 78 79 Spring Weekend Traditionally planned for mid-May, spring weekend festivities lure both parents and alumni. The annual E.I.I, started the weekend with a fifth place win for EC trackmen. " Uncle Pete " was honored at both the meet and alumni banquet. An open house in the Speech Clinic provided an opportunity to view methods and facilities. The annual Poly-Glee Club Concert was enlivened by skits, specialty numbers and marked the end of Mrs. Viola Repp ' s career with her Poly girls. A Sunday afternoon band concert preceded the Honor ' s Day reception in the College Union lounge. Later at the Honor ' s Banquet, Dr. William Barclay received the Distinguished Faculty Award. 83 Gu stave O. Arlt Reflections upon four years are envisioned in faces during Commencement. 86 89 Football The 1968 football season began with a let-down opening defeat to Millikin, but Bluejay optimism remained strong. An " elephant " backfield of junior Mike Marsico and freshmen David Greenstein and Bob Wick formed Coach Harris ' power block. Yet, a Jay victory continued to evade the team, despite star performances by Rick Dorney and Mike McCargo during the Carroll game. Hopes ran high for a seventh consecutive Homecoming victory and the Jays led North Park 12-0 until the second quarter. The Jays scored no more, however, while the Vikings racked up 28 points. Now, the finger pointed to a winless season. It remained memorable as the final season for co-captain, Scott Mernitz, who participated in Jay victories over his four-year career. 90 BACK ROW: Coach Schousen, Pete Sauter, Dave Moyer, Rob Berg- Hawthorne, FRONT ROW: James Bell, Jim Brusveen, Brian Wagm mann. Rick Leonhardt, John Froeschner, Keith Schram, Coach Derek Grove, Pete Lum, Jim Peters. Basketball Coach Walter Schousen began his thirteenth coaching season with Jon Hawthorne as assistant. Hopes ran high with returning lettermen Keith Schram, David Moyer and E.C. ' s Most Valuable Player and last season ' s leading conference rebounder, Jim Peters, again on the court. However, the opening games were disappointing defeats and the spirit of the fans seemed fated to diminish. Yet the season ' s end was brightened by several astonishing victories; the epitome being the " Shoutdown " victory over North Central on February 24th ' s closing game. 94 1968-1969 BASKETBALL SCORES Onnonpn t 64 Concordia Collpffe 71 76 North Park Tnllpap 57 81 Rorkford CoUppp 86 71 111 W6 slf van ITniv j-ijii tt voi y oil v iiiv. 90 74 Carthage College 89 52 North Ppntral PoIIppp 55 74 Augustana College 75 Oo Carroll College U 78 Lake Forest College 57 85 Augustana College 87 80 Wheaton College 98 72 Millikin University 80 66 North Park College 92 78 Carroll College 75 55 111. Wesleyan Univ. 88 79 Wheaton College 76 76 Lake Forest College 74 76 Carthage College 71 76 MiEikin University 82 67 North Central College 64 Elmhurst, after a three year lapse, put a full wrestling team on the mats. Grappling, however, had its ups and downs and the season concluded in mediocrity. Yet the team did not lack powerful matmen and Don " Otto " Elfvin, Dave " Bear " Krepel, and Mike Marsico displayed note-worthy ability. Thus, due to commendable strategy on the parts of individual team members, the team placed second in the MiUikin Invitational, sixth in North Central Invitational, ninth at Wheaton, and eighth in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin. Wrestling FRONT ROW, left to right, Brian Bemkos, Dave Krepel, Rich Lusero. BACK ROW, left to right, Gregg Hoffenkamp, Don Elfvin, Rich Hotz, Mike Marsico, Coach Ulrich. 99 BACK ROW: Bob Ullman, Bob Merz, Coach Langhorst, Larry Ernst, FRONT ROW: John Bizer, Don Bizer, Tony Carberry, John Hall. Country The Bluejays Cross Country team ended the 1968-69 season by taking sixth place in the CCIW meet at North Central College. The final record for the season shows the Jays scoring 18 wins and 26 losses. This was the first year in conference competition for the EC harriers. 101 April 16 Elmhurst EC — 2nd place April 19 Lewis Invitational EC - 5th place April 23 Illinois Wesleyan EC — 3rd place AprO 26 Carthage Invitational EC — 5th place April 29 Lake rorest EC - 1 St place May 3 Beloit Relays EC - 6th place May 9, 10 CCIW Conference Meet EC - 8th place May 17 EII EC — 5 th place J|||||||||| In mid-April the EC track team took part in their first meet of the season, taking second place in a quadrangular meet against Lewis, North Park and Olivet. Adding to the strength of the team were runners Engman, Menzel, Bizer, Radzilowsky, and Hall, pole vaulter Tom Schmidt, high jumper Bergman, and discus throwers Fantozzi and FUipski. Also joining the team this year were outstanding freshmen Jemison, Edwards and McCord. I Saturday, May 17, the 35th Annual Elm- hurst Intercollegiate Invitational Track and Field Meet was held in the misty gloom of the Elmhurst athletic field. Twenty-two midwestern schools from five states participated either in division A or division B. When the afternoon ' s final results were in, Elmhurst finished fifth in Division B. This encouraging climax was largely due to strong perfor- mances by Steve Filipski in discus, Tom Schmidt in pole vault, Harry McCord in long jump and the relay team of Greg Fantozzi, Harry McCord, Mike Edwards, and John Engman. Gracing the festivities was Queen Kay Kupper and her court. Baseball 106 FRONT ROW: Phil Murdoch, Jim Schultz, Bill Caprel, John Cannata, Jim Brusveen, Jim Peters, Lou Miceli. BACK ROW: Coach Jon Hawthorne, Lou Materre, John Chvatal, Dave Victor, Tom Raspanti, Dave Aggen, Chuck Purdom, George Caesar. (Press Publications photo). i EC 9 EC 3 EC 7 EC 0 EC 1 EC 4 EC 2 EC 1 EC 0 EC 5 EC 0 EC 2 EC 2 EC 5 EC 9 EC 4 EC 5 EC 2 EC 3 EC 4 EC 10 EC 7 Maryville 6 Shorter 4 U. of the South .... 0 U. of the South .... 7 Bethel College 6 Bethel College 3 Illinois Wesleyan .... 3 Illinois Wesleyan ... 1 1 Carroll College .... 10 Carroll College 4 Augustana 9 Augustana ...... .4 Millikin 8 Millikin 1 North Park .4 North Park 3 Carthage 2 Carthage 0 Wheaton 1 Wheaton 5 North Central 3 North Central . . . . .2 Backed by pitchers Dave Victor, Barney Schultz, Louis MiceH and Jim Brusveen, the EC Bluejays began another season of baseball. The Jays traveled to Maryville, Tennessee to win their first game 9-6. With the help of Coach Jon Hawthorne, the team was able to sweep twinbills from North Park, Carthage and North Central. Augustana and Illinois Wesleyan proved to be EC ' s most formidable opponents. The team finished the season with 12 wins and 10 losses. 107 109 EC 2 North Central . . .6 EC 2 7 EC 1 5 EC 4 Rockford . . . 5 EC 3 6 EC 2 Millikin .... 7 EC 5 North Park . . . .4 EC 4 111. Wesleyan . . .5 EC 3 6 EC 3 Concordia . . . 6 110 Men and Women ' s Tennis EC 3 Olivet College ... 3 EC 4 Lake Forest .... 2 Millikin Invitational ... 1 st and 2nd singles and 1st dou- bles advanced to third round of elimination tournament. LEFT TO RIGHT: Charlotte Scott, Lulu Santamaria, Deborah Krauth, Miss Hackman, Sandy Janowiak, Karen Loeper. With Ed Ward making his debut as coach this year, the EC Men ' s Tennis team took on teams from the CCIW, as well as non-con- ference teams. Despite a good showing by team members Holman and Wyant, the final record for the netmen shows only one win against nine losses. The Women ' s team fared some better, playing to a tie with Lake Forest and making an excellent showing at the Millikin Invitational. r- i •• ' |-iiiiriiiiii lin liiliii i iiii liriiii iiiiiiii ■tiiiiiiii 111 112 President Donald C, Kleckner 115 I Mr. Stanley Loeb, Book store manager, top left Mr. Robert J. Dugan, mail super- visor and central stores, middle left Mr. James R. Cunningham, direc- tor of college union, bottom left Mrs. K. VanBorg, calendar and reservations, top right Mr. Richard Wedemeyer, director of placement, middle right Mrs. Inga Albright, dietitian, bottom right 125 Mr. Melvin E. George, Head Librarian Art Miss Sandra Jorgensen, left Miss Latham Baskerville, above Descending upon the city of Chicago for its classroom during interim, the art department endured the cruel elements in search of aes- thetic restitution. The department welcomed Mr. John Weber to its undaunted ranks and proudly offered a major in art for the first time. 127 Mrs. Margaret Kerr, top left Mr. David B. Austin, top right Mr. James Sore risen, center left Mr. Paul Westermeyer, center Mrs. Viola L. Repp, center right Dr. T. Howard Krueger, bottom Music Arias from " The Marriage of Figaro " broke the crisp, chill January air as the opera workshop steered toward a public performance of Mozart ' s classic. Another feather was stuck in the hat of the music department which, as always, " coached " our several musical organizations, chaperoned successful tours, and was joined this year by Mr. Sorensen and Mr. Westermeyer. 128 Mr. Garry P. Co lb urn, far left Mr. David John Payne, left Drama In the rumbling wake of the Northwestern raihoad, the drama department happily creates scenery and designs costumes in their spacious quarters at the Mill Theatre. Besides staging and presenting Elmhurst Theatre produc- tions, the drama students try their hands at directing with one-act plays in the spring and present oral interpreta- tions readings at the Harbinger. Education is irrevocably dependent upon communi- cation. Oral communica- tion is demanded from stu- dents and facuhy alike, and it is the speech department alone that seeks to better oral discourse. From the fundamentals through the diversified upper level courses, the speech depart- ment refines our expres- sion and strengthens our presentation. Speech Dr. Donald R. Low, middle Mrs. Linda Lee Ritffolo, left Miss Patricia W. Green, right 129 French With open-armed Gallic warmth, the French de- partment opened its New French novel interim offering to non-French speaking students and thus made available to all Elmhurst a pertinent litera- ture course. Equal warmth was extended to new instructor, Monsieur des Cartiers. Mrs. Donna Gras, top left Mrs. Ariane Devaud, bottom left Mr. Audoin des Cartiers, top right Mrs. Paulette Hatmaker, above 130 Mrs. Cecilia Baumann (left), Mr. John Brauer, Mrs. Elizabeth Ting German and Russian Three new faces composed the German department this year and the new professors sought to continue the long-standing affinity between the German language and Elmhurst College. At the same time, the incorporation of Russian into the modern language offerings reflected the contemporary need for world understanding. Spanish Maintaining its rank as a popular language offering, Spanish instructed students in a language and culture dominating the Iberian peninsula and the South Amer- ican continent as well as a good portion of North America. Not to be forgotten are the Spanish-speaking minorities in our own urban areas. Mrs. Miriam Jones (left). Dr. Marie Wellington, top Mrs. Mirian Howie, above left Miss Marina Darian, above 131 Classics Mrs. Marjorie Levine, right Mr. David S. Lindberg, far right The stalwart columns of crumbling tem- ples and the Blue Agean no longer were confined to Homer ' s epics for the Elm- hurst students who flew to Greece for a study tour. Rev. Williams served as guide on this exceptional interim offering. Latin studies grew once again under Mrs. Levine. Political Science In this past fall of cam- paigns and elections, the presence of an ever- changing world became immediate to a changing Elmhurst. The political science department, for one, must be responsive to and cognizant of such changes and indeed, the department ' s interim of- ferings simply reflected such an awareness. Rev. James J. Williams, right Dr. Royal J. Schmidt, far right 132 History History may deal with the past, but the history de- partment was commen- dably aware of the pres- ent. Joined this year by Mr. Burdick, the depart- ment launched courses concerned with the black race and black nations at interim. Under the chair- manship of Dr. Schade, the history department continued to capsule man ' s saga on earth. Dr. Rudolf G. Schade, top left Mr. Walter E. Burdick, Jr., top right Mr. Daniel Scavone, above Mr. Neal Blum, above right 133 Religion and Theology Philosophy Recognizing the major problems created by a In a changing world and a changing Elmhurst, a changing world, the religion department scaled the vital concern is justly devoted to thought and shaded lanes of Elmhurst for the less inviting theory. In turn, the philosophy department direc- streets and alleys of the inner city. The Servant ted its attention to these always timely realms of and the City interim course provided students with thought and theory in interim offerings like The an admittedly brief but undeniably poignant con- Ideal Society and Theory of Justice as well as the tact with the wider world served by the church. numerous semester pursuits. 135 English Laughter was explored and indulged in the " What is Comedy? " interim course offered by the Enghsh department. How- ever, when the spring semester ground along, English students joined the whole campus in succumbing to " the uncertain glory of an April day, " detected by William Shakespeare in Elizabethan England. Such is the eternal universality of English, and all great literature as tauglit by the English department. 137 Education Taking the future teachers to " where it ' s at, " the education de- partment travelled to urban-subur- ban school systems during interim. Justifiable attention was also de- voted to the new audio-visual equipment located in Old Main 22. The former male bastion of instruc- tion welcomed Miss Heidinger to their ranks. Mr. Alfred S. Moser, top Dr. Peter S. Pierro, above Dr. Walter Smietana, left 139 Psychology Mrs. Mary R. Piech, left The " arena " of such institutions as Hines Veterans ' Hospital served as the valuable field experience positions occupied by psychology students. Asserting itself as a socially directed discipline, psychology masterfully bridged the gap between the classroom and the world. Dr. Darrell Latham, above Dr. Jack D. Holbrook 140 Sociology A social science if there ever was one, sociology deals with man and his society. By instructing people in how to deal with people, the sociology department strives to pave the way to a world in which human dignity will be of prime importance and society will serve rather than hinder man- kind. Mr. Earl R. Elledge, top left Mr. James F. Hayes, left Mr. Ramzan Dossa, above 141 Economics Concerned with the economic awareness of underclassmen and upperclassmen alike, the economics department of- fered introductory courses to the labyrinth of economic problems confronting today ' s world as well as depth courses which focus on key issues. Mr. Steve E. Kontos, top right Mr. Dominic J. Scudiero, left Mr. Joseph F. McManus, bottom center Dr. Maybelle Kohl, bottom right Business Administration In the liberal arts tradition at Elmhurst, an exception was made in deference to practicality with the inclusion of a department of business administration. Offering a progres- sion of courses geared to the successful entry into the business world, the department serves a unique function in preparing students for the work-a-day world. 142 Mr. Frank B. Allen, top left Mr. Keith A. Failon, top right Mrs. Dorothy Faegre, bottom left Mrs. Mary Hart Zink, bottom right Mathematics In this era of the New Math, the Elmhurst mathematics department decided to take a breath- er from their constant involvement with new math trends during interim. At this time, the history of math was viewed in retrospect and, as a result, a better understanding of math as we know it was attained. 143 Geography The geography department continued to expand its course offerings under the groupings of regional systematic and technique courses. From the popular physical geography sections to the more challenging cartography, a progressive spirit was evident; the new weather station is a fine case in point. Mr. Paul F. Ries, top left Mr. John Jurjevich, top right Dr. Karl Robert, bottom left Mr. John E. Bohnert, bottom right 144 Chemistry The test-tube age is very much in evidence on the campus of a changing Elmhurst. Under the gui- dance of the chemistry department, the ever-advancing and consistently more complex world of the labora- tory prepares students in the search for a better world through chem- istry. Physics Recognizing the value inherent in purposeful transfer of knowledge, the physics department proposed an interdisciplinary confrontation with the role of mathematics in science. By calling upon math, chemistry and physics majors to jointly approach the issue, the physics department made a com- mendably significant adaptation of interim innovation. Mr. Robert Glogovsky, Mr. Robert Priepke, Mr. Ralph W. Fogler, Dr. John C. Ganchoff. Dr. Jack Haugsnes 146 Mr. Gilbert K. Boese Biology The windswept acres and the aromatic confines of the animal houses of Brookfield Zoo served as first-hand observatories for biology students of animal behavior in January ' s interim. Tlus course is indicative of the biology department ' s constant adoption of new and instructive meth- ods and equipment. 147 Mr. Harold P. Owen, top Miss Eileen Hackman, above Mrs. Maude Meyer, right Physical Education Continuing to provide Elm- hurst students with valued and varied service courses, the physical education depart- ment this year v as able to offer a major born of a com- plex line of theory and meth- od courses. Mr. Hawthorne and Mr. Ulrich joined the de- partment to aid in implemen- tation of this new program. 149 — 1 SENIORS The four years that loomed so long in Septem- ber of 1965 had vanished, and the seniors wondered whether they really wanted to leave. Had they lived " the best years of their lives " already or were they yet to come? With optimism, the class of 1969, under president Hugh Studebaker, vice-president Carl Follstad, secretary Leslie Anderson, and treasurer John Rooney, left their mark on E.C. and decided to take on the world. James Adams Political Science Diane A frick Speech Correction Robert Allender English Lesley Anderson Elementary Education kJ 152 Carolyn Andre Geography Barbara Ashton Sociology Pamela Asmus Elementary Education Craig Baa b Political Science William Balling Donald Baumann Harold Berg Joseph Bestwina Political Science Philosophy Chemistry Political Science Jerry Bieker John Bizer Ronald Blank Barbara Boatright Business Administration Biology Sociology English 153 George Brads haw History Judith Bree English Barry Brennan Psychology Kerin Brennan Psychology Betty Brooks Elementary Education Ruth Bryant English Paul Cameron Psychology Pamela Carpenter English Judy Charanvas Business Administration William Cherwonick History Armand Ouffo Biology Lawrence Conley History John Crois Economics Ellen Cunningham Elementary Education George Cunningham Economics Rita Cunningham Sociology 154 Wayne Cwik Mathematics Virginia Da mm Elementary Education Kenneth Dewey Geography Harriet Dickey English Jane Diederich Speech Correction Jeanette Eichmiller Speech and Drama Jean Eyrich Christian Education Margaret Finlayson Elementary Education 155 Michael Fleming Economics Judith Fodero English Thomas Foley Business Administration Carl Follstad Biology Charlotte Hall English Mark Hamilton Philosophy Robert Hamm English John Hammond English Donald Haufe Geography Donald Hoffman Business Administration Stuart Holman Business Administration Ernest Hook Business Administration Jan Hootman Elementary Education Richard Hoskins Business Administration Donald Hoy Psychology William Iliffe History Anita Jockheck English Arthur Johnson History Janet Johnson Elementary Education Patricia Johnson Elementary Education 158 159 160 Maryan Koehler French Charleen Kreimeyer Sociology Lawrence Krengel Psychology Kathleen Krolak Spanish Diane Krupicka Psychology K. David Kuebler English Kay Kupper English Darnese Lackey Sociology 161 Christine Lundquist Elementary Education Arnold Mahler History David McConaughy German 1 Laurence Meyer Psychology Robert Maatman Economics Ka therine Marinaccio Elementary Education Sharon McCoy Elementary Education Janet Midgley Physical Education Edith MacKay Psychology George Masek Business Administration Scott Mernitz Geography Peter Miller History Priscilla Maclean Speech Correction Alan Mason English Betty Meyer Sociology Loretta Montanari French 162 John Rooney History Donald Rose Business Administration Shirley Rosner Elementary Education Raymond Rossi Business Administration A J0 David Rota Philosophy David Rutherford Mathematics Richard Rutkowski Business Administration Carol Salerno English Michael Schmidt Psychology Terry Schreiber Christian Education Earl Schuff English Penelope Seibert Sociology Susan Shaffer English Yvonne Simpson Elementary Education Rochelle Sinn Elementary Education Carolann Slanina English 166 167 170 171 Senior Index Ackley, Gary: DesPlaines, 111., Transfer 3; Gamma Theta Upsi- lon, 3, President 4; Young Republicans 3. Adams, James: Lombard, 111., Transfer 3; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; SEA 4. Africk, Diane: Elk Grove Village, 111., Transfer 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 2. Anderson, Lesley: St. Charles, 111., Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Co-Chairman Bachelor ' s Holiday 3; Prom Committee 3; Stanger Hall Program Chairman 4; Soc ial Life 4; Class Secretary 4; Cheerleader 4; SEA 4. Andre, Carolyn: Franklin Park, 111., SEA 1, 2; Greater Elm- hurst 1,2; SGA Constitution Committee 3 ; SGA Committee on Academic Development 3; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Women ' s Honorary 3, Vice-President 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, Secretary 4; Theresa C. Kozell Award 3; Who ' s Who 4. Ashton, Barbara: Parma, Ohio, Lehmann Hall Residence Coun- cil 2, 3; AWS Judicial Board 2; Polyhymnia 1,3, Secretary 4; Resident Advisor 4; Social Action Committee 2; Who ' s Who 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. Asmus, Pamela: Orland Park, 111., Transfer 2; SEA 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. Baumann, Donald: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 2; Religious Life 2; SGA Committee on Academic Development 2; Elms 1; President ' s Graduate Study Committee 1. Berg, Harold: Chicago, 111., Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2; Squires 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3; E-Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Hockey Club 3; Class President 1 . Bestwina, Joseph: Summit, 111., Senator 1, 2; Harbinger 2; Praetors 2, President 4. Bieker, Jerry: Villa Park, 111., Baseball 1, 2, Captain 3, 4; E-Club 2, 3, 4. Bizer, John: St. Louis, Mo., Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2,3; Wrestling 3 ; Elmbark 1 , Sports Editor 2,3, Editor 3,4; Irion Judicial Board 1 ; Residence Council 1 ; Dorm President 2; Interdorm Council 2; E-Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2; Beta Beta Beta 3, President 4; Men ' s Honorary 3, 4; Student Leader 2, 3, 4; Orientation Steering Commit- tee 3; President ' s Advisory Council 2; Class President 3; Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4. Blank, Ronald: Aurora, 111., Transfer 2; Track 2. Borger, Peter: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 2. Bracke, John: St. Louis, Mo., Religious Life 2, Treasurer 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Bell Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Academic Standings Committee 4; Church Vocations 1, 2, 3, 4; Interdorm Council 1. Bree, Judith: Lincoln, 111., Greater Elmhurst 1; Polyhymnia 1; Residence Council 2; AWS First Vice-President 3, President 3; President ' s Advisory Council 3,4; Committee on Student Affairs 3; J-Board 3; Resident Advisor 4; Presidential Awards Committee 4; Women ' s Honorary 4. Brennan, Barry James: Elmhurst, 111., Basketball 4; Track 3, 4. Brooks, Betty Jane: Lombard, 111., Transfer 3; SEA 4. Bryant, Ruth: Lombard, 111., Transfer 2. Cameron, Paul: Elmhurst, 111., Judo Club 1, 2, President 3, 4. Carpenter, Pamela: Indianapolis, Ind., Choir 1, 2, 3; WRSE 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Program Director 2; Sophomore Semi- Formal Committee 2. Cherwonick, William: Riverside, 111., Young Republicans 3, 4; Praetors 3, 4, President 3. Crois, John Henry: Oak Lawn, III., Transfer 3. 1 Senior Index Cunningham, Ellen: Park Ridge, 111., AWS Judicial Board 2; Bachelor ' s Holiday Committee 2; SEA 3,4. Cunningham, Rita Anne: Gurnee, 111., Tutoring 1, 2, 3; Resi- dence Council 2; Choral Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Judicial Board 2; Judo Club 4. Cwik, Wayne Stephen: Harwood Heights, 111., Transfer 2; Bridge Tournament 3. Damm, Virginia: Elmhurst, 111., Bachelor ' s Holiday Committee 2; SEA 2, 3,4. Dewey, Kenneth: Arlington Heights, 111., Transfer 2; WRSE Engineer 2; Psi Chi 2, Program Chairman 3, Vice-President 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Lab Assistant 4; Niebuhr J-Board Secretary 3. Dickey, Harriet: Elmhurst, 111., Elm Bark 1 , 2. Eichmiller, Jeanette: Clarendon Hills, 111., Transfer 3; One Acts 4; EC Theatre Light Crew 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4; SEA 4. Eyrich, Jean: New Ulm, Minn., Elm Bark 1 , Associate Editor 2, 3, 4; Band 1,2; Choir 2, 3, 4, Secretary -Treasurer 3; Bell Choir 2, 3, 4; Collegium Musicum 3, 4; Religious Life 3; Women ' s Honorary 4. Ezurike, Lemchi: Ikperejere, Umuahia, Nigeria, Africa, Trans- fer 2. Fodero, Judith: Chicago, 111., Transfer 3; Judicial Board 3; Resident Advisor 4; Bachelor ' s Holiday Committee 3; Dink- meyer Christmas Party Chairman 3, 4. Foley, Thomas John: Elmhurst, 111., Football 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Senate 4; Praetors 2, Treasurer 3, 4. FoUstad, Carl: Elmhurst, III., Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Prom Committee 3; Class Vice-President 4; E- Club 3, 4; Elm Bark 4; Beta Beta Beta 4. Foskett, William Robert: Elmhurst, 111., WRSE Business Man- ager 1, News Director 1, Announcer 1, Sports Director 3, Production Direction 3, 4; Jazz Festival 3; Stage Band 4. Foster, Gloria May: Chicago, 111., Elms 1; Homecoming Show 3; Tutoring 2; Dorm Secretary 4; Homecoming Dance Com- mittee 2; Young Republicans 2. Fritz, Rebecca: Freeport, 111., Transfer 1; Hall Council 1; Tutoring 1, 2; Elm Bark 2; Junior Year Abroad 3; Senate 4. Geldbach, Carolyn: St. Louis, Mo., Choir 1 ; Campus Awareness 1; Vesper Committee 2; Resident Advisor 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, Recording Secretary 4; Interdorm Council 4. Gerhardt, Lorraine: Lombard, 111., Transfer 3; EC Theatre Costume Committee 3. Gills, John: Elmhurst, 111., AWS Circus Clown 1 ; Intramurals 2; SEA 4; Pep Club 1; Homecoming Clean Up Committee 1; WRSE Engineer 1, 2, Newscaster 2; Wrestling 1; Social Action Committee 1 ; Commuter Float Committee 1 . Glass, Patricia: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 3; Psi Chi 3, 4. Gosh, Mary: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 3; Psi Chi 4. Hackbarth, David: Villa Park, 111., Transfer 3. Hall, Charlotte: Springfield, Va., Elm Bark 1, News Editor 2, Assoc. Editor 3, 4; WRSE 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1 ; J-Board 4; AWS Executive Board 4; Bachelor ' s Holiday Committee 2; Best Dressed Contest Chairman 2, 3; EC Theatre 2, 3; Intramurals 2; Choral Union 2; Adelphae 3, President 4. Hamilton, Joanna: Chicago, 111., Tutoring 1, 2, 3; SEA 4; International Club 2,3, Secretary 2; Elms 3; Union Board 1 ; Wing Rep 3; Winter Retreat Committee 4. Hamm, Robert: Fox Lake, 111., Choir 1, 2, 3, President 4; Bell Choir 1,2,3; Choral Union 1,2,3,4; Interdorm Council 2 ; Cuhural Life 2; EC Theatre 1,3. Hammond, John: Memphis, Tenn., Transfer 2; Religious Life 4; Christian Science Organization President 3, Secretary 4. 173 Senior Index Haufe, Donald: Western Springs, 111., Praetors 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3 , Vice-Presi- dent 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1 . Hoffman, Donald: Addison, 111., Transfer 2; Judo 2, 3; WRSE 2. Holman, Stuart: Villa Park, 111., Irion Judicial Board 1; Dorm Council 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Resident Advisor 3; Class Vice-President 3; Men ' s Honorary 3, 4; E-Club 3, 4; Presi- dent ' s Advisory Council 4; SGA Treasurer 3, 4; Committee on Student Affairs 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4. Hootman, Jan: Piqua, Ohio, Schick Program Chairman 2; Home- coming Committee 3; EII Queen 2; Best Dressed 2; Campus Awareness 3. Hoskins, Richard: Bensenville, 111., Transfer 2; Business Club Vice-President 3, President 4; Ski Club 3, Executive Com- mittee 4; WRSE 3,4. Hoy, Donald: Chicago, 111., Transfer 2; Psi Chi 4. Iliffe, Waiiam: Western Springs, 111., Transfer 3; WRSE 3; Commuter Relations Committee 3, 4; Young Republicans Publicity Director 3, 4. Johnson, Arthur: Franklin Park, 111., Transfer 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Psi Chi 4, Fair Co-Chairman 4; SEA 4; Latin American Week Committee 4. Johnson, Janet: Chicago, 111., Transfer 2; Judo Club 2, 3; Homecoming Dance Committee 3; SEA 3, 4. Johnson, Patricia Gayle: Chicago, 111., Elms 2; Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Homecoming Court 2, 3, Queen 4; Prom Court 3; Sophomore Semi-Formal Committee 2; Wing Rep 2, 3; Dorm President 4; SEA 4; EC Theatre 4; AWS legisla- tive board 3, Executive Board 4; Concerned Black Students 4. Kallman, Paul: Chicago, III, WRSE 1, Business Manager 2, 3; Ski Club 1,2,3,4. Kamper, Judith: Ferguson, Mo., Transfer 2; Polyhymnia 2, Librarian 3; President 4; Hall Council 3; Women ' s Honorary 4. Karau, Betty: Oak Brook, 111., Dorm Secretary 2; Bachelor ' s Holiday Committee 2; Class Treasurer 3; Intramurals 1, 2. Kavanaugh, Judy: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 3; Religious Life 4. Kelleher, Patricia: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 3; SEA 4. Kennedy, Sue-Anne: Wheaton, 111., WR SE 1 ; Cultural-Intellec- tual Life 2. Kennedy, Wayne: EdwardsvOle, 111., Forensics 1; Tutoring 1, Co-Chairman 2; Religious Life 1,2; Dorm Council 2; Home- coming Show 3; President ' s Advisory Council 3; Committee on Student Affairs 3,4; Orientation 3, Chairman 4; Com- mittee on Development 3, 4; Squires 3, 4; Glee Club 4; SGA Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Who ' s Who 4. Kerkstra, James Martin: Blue Island, 111., Cultural-Intellectual Life 1, 2; WRSE 2; Praetors 3, 4. Kesting, William: Ferguson, Mo., Glee Club 1,2,3, Librarian 4; Church Vocations 1, 2, 3, 4; Steering Committee 3, 4; J-Board 3; Pi Gamma Mu 3, Secretary 4. Khomphairi, Nongpaga: Chicago, 111., Transfer 2. Krengel, Lawrence: Elmhurst, 111., CUB Committee 1; Track 1; Homecoming Commuter Float Chairman 1;SCAD 2; WRSE 2; Band 1,2. Krupicka, Diane: Berwyn, 111., Transfer 3; Psi Chi 3,4; Beta Beta Beta 4. Kuklinski, Clarice: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 2; Beta Beta Beta 3, Secretary 4; Lab Assistant 4. Kupper, Kay: Sheboygan, Wise, Women ' s Honorary 4; Resi- dent Advisor 3; Dorm Program Chairman 4; SGA Secretary 3; Class Treasurer 2; Class Secretary 1; Tutoring 1,2; Elm Bark 1; Junior Prom Court 3; Homecoming Court 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4. 174 Senior Index Kuyper, Susan Jean: Chicago, 111., Transfer 3; Women ' s Honor- ary 4. Lackey, Darnese: Chicago, 111., Transfer 3; Religious Life 3. Lomax, Sondra: Poland, Ohio, Wing Rep. 1; Greater Elmhurst 1; Student Leader 2, 3, 4; Dorm President 3; Social Life 2, Concert Chairman 3,4; Homecoming 2, 3; Interdorm Coun- cil 3; AWS Executive Board 3, President 4; Committee on Student Affairs 4; Adelphae 3,4; Young Republicans 3, 4, President 3. Loomer, John: Green Bay, Wise, Transfer 3; Religious Life 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. Lundgren, Ronald Glen: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 2; Commuter Relations Vice Chairman 2, Chairman 3, 4; Praetors 3,4; Senate 3, 4; CUB Committee 2, 3; Cultural-Intellectual Life Agora 4; Faculty-Student Committee on Examinations 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 4. Lundquist, Christine Johnson: ViUa Park, 111., Social Life 2, Excursions 3 ; Dorm Program 3 ; Cheerleader 3 ; Homecoming Committee 3; SEA 2,3; Sophomore Semi-Formal 2; Tutor- ing 2. Maatman, Robert: Villa Park, 111., Judo Club 3, 4. Maclean, PriscUla: Westerly, R.I., Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, President 4; Band 2, 3; Class Secretary 3; Bachelor ' s Holiday 1,3; J,unior Prom Committee 3; Prom Court 3; Homecom- ing Court 4. Marinaccio, Katherine Kimball: Glenview, 111., Transfer 1; Cheerleader 2, 3; Class Secretary 2; Social Life 3; SNEA 3, 4; Prom Court 3;EII Court 2, 3; Best Dressed 3. McCoy, Sharon Christine: Chicago, 111., Literary Magazine 1; Tutoring 2, 3; Intramural Sports 1,2; SEA 1, 2, 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer 4. Memitz, Scott: Hayward, Wise, Football 1 , 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Track 2; Golf 1 ; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Resident Advisor 4; EC Theatre 1; Squires Committee Chairman 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 4; President ' s Advisory Council 4; Lab Assistant 4; WRSE 1 , 2; Gamma Theta Upsilon 2, 3, 4. Meyer, Betty Jane: Joliet, 111., Transfer 3; Dorm Treasurer 4; Arts Committee 4; Homecoming Committee 4. Midgley, Janet: Madison, Wise, WRSE Music Director 1, 2; Women ' s Honorary Treasurer 4; Athletic Life Committee Secretary 3; Who ' s Who 4. Miller, Peter: Lakewood, Ohio, Cultural-Intellectual Life 1, 2, Films Chairman 3; Senate 2; Homecoming Committee 2; J-Board 2; President ' s Council on Campus Development 3; Dorm Council 4; Language Lab Proctor 2. Moyer, David: Hoyleton, 111., Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1,2, 3, 4; Student Committee on Academic Development 2; Residence Council 2; Orientation Committee 3; E-Club 2, Initiation Chairman 3, Treasurer 4; Social Life 2, Business Manager 3; Presidential Awards Committee 4; Academic Standing Committee 4; Men ' s Honorary 3, Vice-President 4; Elm Bark 2, 3, Sports Editor 4; Resident Advisor 3. Novak, Glenn David: North Riverside, 111., Schick Speech Con- test 1; Irioni Pagnai 2, 3; EC Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Chancel Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Tour Manager 2, 3; Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4; Orientation Committee 3; J-Board 3; SGA Constitution Committee 2; Religious Life Vespers 3; Cultural-Intellectual Life 3, Films Chairman 4; Dorm President 4; Senate 4; Chairman Finance Committee of SGA 4; Men ' s Honorary 3, 4; Short Story Contest 2nd Place 3; Poetry Contest 3rd Prize 3; Honor Society 3,4; Interdorm Council 4; Financial Aid Committee 4; Honor Society Committee 4; Who ' s Who 4. Olsen, Robert Arnold: Downers Grove, 111., Transfer 3. " stendorf, David: Godfrey, 111., Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1, President 2; President ' s Advisory Council 2, 3; Orientation Committee 2, 3; Who ' s Who Selection Committee 2; Church Relatedness Committee 3, 4; President ' s Committee on Col- lege Governance 4; Men ' s Honorary 3, President 4; Commit- tee of Student Affairs Ex-Officio 2, 3; Tutoring 1; Who ' s Who 4; Elm Bark Editor 2,3. 175 Senior Index Peters, Thomas: Griffith, Ind., Transfer 3. Peterson, Linda Carol: Chicago, 111., Polyhymnia 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity 2, Assistant Business Manager 3 ; Interpretive Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Choral Union 1,2,3,4. Porter, Janis: Elmhurst, 111., SEA 2, 3 , Vice-President 4. Poteet, David: Lombard, III, Transfer 3. Prather, Philip: Wooddale, 111., Transfer 3. Pumphrey, Nancy: West Seneca, N.Y., Band 1; Choir 1, 3, 4; Bell Choir 1,3; Religious 3; Cultural-Intellectual Life 3; Tutoring 3. Quackenbush, Robert Dean: Elmhurst, 111., Debate 2, 3; Pi Kappa Delta President 3; Praetors 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Transfer 2. Ramsey, Jean: Elmhurst, 111., SNEA 2; Commuter Committee 1 ; Language Lab 3. Rehr, William: LaGrange Park, 111., Transfer 3. Reynolds, Lynda: Leaf River, 111., Band 1, 2; Polyhymnia 2; Residence Council 2. Roberts, Dean Owen: Hatboro, Pa., Squires 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4, President 3; Social 2, Chairman 3,4; Union Board 3,4; Committee on Long Range Planning 4; Residence Council 1, 2; Dorm Vice-President 2;WRSE 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4. Rodriguez, Robert: Lombard, 111., WRSE Engineer 1, 2, 3, Producer 2, 3, Newscaster 1, 2, 3, 4, News Director 3, Assistant Chief Engineer 3, Station Manager 4; CUB Com- mittee 3, 4. Rooney, John: Norwalk, Ct., Athletic Life Committee 2, 4; Squires 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 4; Football 4; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4. Rose, Donald Russell: Maywood, 111., Transfer 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4. Rosner, Shirley: Wooddale, 111., Christian Science Organization 2, 3, Treasurer 4; AWS Secretary 3; Dorm Treasurer 3,4; Elms 2, Editor 3; Tutoring 3; SEA 3, President 4; WRSE News Writer 2. Rossi, Raymond: Highland Park, 111., Transfer 3. Rota, Charles David: New Brighton, Minn., Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Cultural-Intellectual Life 2, 3; Union Board Chairman 4; SGA Executive Committee 4; Commit- tee on Student Affairs 4; President ' s Advisory Committee 4; Honors Committee 4; Men ' s Honorary 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4. Rutherford, David: Rockford, 111., Dorm Secretary-Treasurer 2; Interdorm Council 3; Athletic Life Committee 4; Teacher Education Committee 4. Rutkowski, Richard: Chicago, lU., Schick Speech Contest 1; Intramurals 1; J-Board 2; Dorm Secretary -Treasurer 3; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4; Delta Mu Delta Vice-President, Secretary- Treasurer 4. Salerno, Carol: Franklin Park, 111., Transfer 2; EC Theatre 2, 3; Commuter Relations 2, 3, 4; Campus Awareness 3; Inter- dorm Council 3; Discretion Policy Committee 3, 4. Schmidt, Michael James: Maywood, 111., SGA 2; Baseball 2. Schreiber, Terry Leigh: Tonawanda, N.Y., Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Religious Life 1, 2; Inauguration Committee 1; Resident Advisor 3; President ' s Advisory Committee 4. Seibert, Penelope: Fox Lake, 111., Polyhymnia 1, 2, 3, 4, Public Relation 2, Business Manager 4; Tutoring 2. Shaffer, Susan: Elmhurst, 111., Hall Council 1; SCAD 2; Resi- dence Council 3. Sinn, Rochelle: Kewanne, 111., Transfer 2; Wing Rep 2; Adelphae 3,4. Slanina, Carolann: Berwyn, 111., Transfer 3; Adelphae 4. 176 Senior Index Slansky, Jeny: Brookfield, 111., SGA 1; Golf 2; Dorm Social Chairman 3; Social Life 3, Business Mgr. 4; Theatre One Acts 2; Squires 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3. Smeryage, Georgia Marie: Hoffman Estates, 111., Dorm Council 2; SEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3; Teacher Educa- tion Committee 4; Intramurals 1. Sneden, Roger: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 4. Spain, Carole Jeanne: Darby, Pa., SEA 1; Hall Council 2, 3; Dorm House Manager 3; AWS Legislative Board 2,3; Intra- murals 1. Steele, Linda Janet: Park Forest, 111., Sigma Alpha Eta 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Adelphae 3, Service Chairman 4; AWS Judicial Board 3. Sterly, Donald: Transfer 2; WRSE 3; Beta Beta Beta Vice-Presi- dent 4. Stolt, Linda: Elmhurst, 111., AWS 1, 2, 3, Commuter Board 4; Tutoring 2; SEA 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 3. Storrs, Richard: Solon Mills, 111., Transfer 3; SEA 4; J-Board 4. Strobl, Frederick Michael: ArUngton Heights, 111., Transfer 3; Commuter Homecoming Float Committee 4; Table Tennis Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles Champion 4; WRSE 4. Studebaker, Hugh: Elmhurst, 111., Senator 2, 3; Commuter Relations Committee Chairman 2, 3; EC Theatre 3; Praetors 3,4; CUB Committee 3; Class President 4; Who ' s Who 4. Thomas, Bobbie E.: Elmhurst, 111., Band 3, President 4. Thomas, Deborah Jean: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 3; SEA 3,4. Tovmsend, Dwight D.: Westmont, 111., Transfer 3. Treichel, Robert: Chicago, lU., Football 1, 2. Tucker, Floyd: Cicero, 111., Transfer 3. Vallo, Dirke: West Chicago, III., Transfer 2; SNEA 3, 4. Wegner, Dana: Elmhurst, 111., WRSE 1, 2. Wichman, Barbara: Elmhurst, lU., Transfer 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 3,4. Wille, Arthur: Oconomowoc, Wise, Glee Club 1, Social Secre- tary 2, Tour Manager 3, President 4; Varsity Quartet 2,3,4; J-Board 2; Homecoming Show 2; EC Theatre 2. Williams, Karyn Francis: Chicago, 111., Dorm Treasurer 1; Tutoring 1, 2; Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4; Residence Council 3; Concerned B lack Students 3, 4; Resident Advisor 4; Repre- sentative to Trustee Board 4; Psi Chi 4. Wyant, Kenneth: Lansing, Mich., Senate 1; SGA Vice-President 3, President 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3; E-Club 2, 3, 4; President ' s Advisory Council 3; Men ' s Honorary 3, 4. Wyant, Rebecca Rodes: Buffalo, N.Y., Dorm Vice President 2; Resident Advisor 3; Collegium 3, 4. Yeisley, Robert: Elmhurst, 111., Squires 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Busi- ness Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2. Yoshinari, June: San Francisco, Calif., Polyhymnia 2, Publicity Director 3, Interpretive Choir Director 4, Student Director 4; Residence Council 3; Judicial Board 4; CUB Committee 3. Zwetz, Janet: Washington, 111., Senior Women ' s Honorary President 4; Dorm President 2; AWS Executive Board 2; Interdorm Council 2; President ' s Advisory Council 2; Elm Bark Associate Editor 1, 2. 177 After two years of required courses and introductions to almost every department, the juniors, under the leader- ship of president Michael Radzilowsky, vice-president Merlanne Price, secretary Sandra Janowiak, and treasurer Jane Criss, selected majors of value to their futures. On May 2, the Junior Dinner-Dance was returned to a downtown hotel and " A Toast to the City " was held in the Knickerbocker. A midnight show followed at Happy Medium. 178 JUNIORS Linda Bennett Albert Bergerson Marty Berry Judy Betz Sharon Brasure Marian Bruss Bill Calahan Teri Calkins Joni Campanella William Caprel Tom Carlson Gordon Chamness Gayle Cisar Rolanda Cislak Marcella Clark Sherry Cordes Jane Criss Susan Cullom David Cullum Gregory Cuyjet Bryan Dagenhart Pat Deem Becky Devaughn Barbara Dodds Larry Eckholm John Engman Mark Erickson Candace Ernest Joyce Ferlazzo Joanne Fiene 179 Jill Fraccaro Mark Fransioli Sandra Fujiwara Cynthia Gall Sharon Galuszka Norm Granback Gerrit Greve Jorlyce Gunkel John HaU Nancy Hamilton Terri Hemmert Ric Hempel Thomas Hilton Greg Hoffenkamp Bruce Hohnan H M Ted Garriott f» f David Gaskill Judy Geen i Cynthia Goeman Andrew Goetz Ml t 1 Cathy Hanna Nancy Hansen James Hartigan Robert Heck John Heisler Marilyn Holtzman Roseann Hotz David Jamba Sandra Janowiak David Jerger 180 181 183 184 SOPHOMORES Despite notorious sophomore slumps, the class plodded through their second year with the halfway mark beckoning in the distance. A holiday inspired sophomore semi-formal, " Christmas Caba- ret, " brightened a wintry December and buoyed sagging spirits before finals. The officers are: president, Tim Lee, vice-president Marty Reif, secretary-treasurer June Williams. Duane Berg Rob Bergmann Mary Ellen Biljes Sue Ackemann Dave Anderson Robert Atkins Paulette Augustine Robert Barnhart 185 Ruth Blomquist Anthony Boone Steve Bradford Clarence Brister Steven Brown Maureen Bubert Brad Bushman George Caesar Janice Carter Judith Chapman Rondi Charanvas Peter Cheney Ray Christiansen Kathy Clark Shirley Clark Cathy Collins Tara Concklin Charles Cosimano Jeanne Cotsones Nadine Cushman Roger Dahlstrom Drew Daubenspeck Karen Dauster Bess Devere Carole Eckwall Susan Elenz Donald Elfvin June Elloie Robert Erickson Greg Fantozzi 186 Winnie Farley Melissa Featherston Colleen Fickler Chris Finger Paul Fischer Tab Fulle Frank Furlett Carol Gavin Mark Gehrke Glen Gilchrist Wayne Goranson Carol Graham Bill Gutenschwager Holly Hageman David Hagerbaumer 187 188 190 FRESHMEN " Here ' s to our Alma Mater ... " The singing- clapping of the fight song rang out and another freshman class made it through orientation. The future was made hectically confusing by the rigors of a first registration and the onslaught of first semester finals. To those who returned for a happy new year, a future at Elmhurst became more secure. The class was led by Karl Pitts, president, Tom Clouser, vice-president, and Beverly McKenney, secretary-treasurer. Wayne Allen Paul Amberg Michelle Amelianovich Connie Atwood Cairn Bacon Linnea Balk Jeanne Baxter James Beard John Behan Marilyn Behle 192 Kathy Boston Robert Breidenbaugh Susan Burdick Arlene Buric Debby Burket Brenda Bell Vallorie Belton Deb Biersach Karen Bondegard Paul Boostrom Pam DeNormandie Judy DeVore Donna DeVries Kathryn Duzen Diane Earle 193 Georgiana Elert Wes Emberg Larry Ernst Jamil Essa David Eustice Greg Faber Robert Faerber Steven Fausch Mirean Fisher Francie Fjord Pat Freeman Anne Fricke Emmanuel Gabriel Steve Galantay Alison Gildersleeve Hugh Gillespie Kathleen Glab Hileria Godfrey Sarah Goenne Fon Gordon Kathy Graham Virginia Greco Dave Greenstein Steven Grever Charles Gruber Clarence Haas Carl Hagstrom Sherry Harper Kathy Harris Roger Harris 194 195 197 Sandi Miller Robert Mogge Elsie Moore Laura Nathanson Catherine Naumann Leslie O ' Brien Bill O ' Neill Peter Osebre Karen Ottenstein Kathleen Owens Doug Peine Barbara Perkis Linda Peterson Sharon Pietrowski Vincent Pinelli Jim Quilty Dale Raczkowski Maria Ransom Joe Ratzreck Scott Rieger Randy Riley Joseph Rockey Beverly Ruby March Runner Kathleen Russell Richard Rytel Dianne Samdahl Roger Samonek Bruce Schneider Rich Schram 198 Charles Stevens Kathryn Stone Robert Stott Nancy Szadde Lorraine Taylor Dianne Tucker William VanHowe Diane Vardalas Frances Venzon Linda Vigna Peg Waara David Wakefield Jean Walters Marilyn Walton Gerald Warnke 200 Pat Washington Greg Watson Jane Wehmueller Richard Wente Sybil Wheat Robert Wick Scott Williams Janice WUson Carol Winters Carol Woodliff 201 Index Ackemann. Sue Ann 58, 68, 69, 83, 185 Adams, James W. 152 Africk, Diane 152 Aggen, David John 107 Allen, Wayne C. 192 Allender, Robert 152 Alsaker, Nora 178 Amberg, Paul 192 Amelianovich, Michelle 192 Andersen, Edward 49 Anderson, David 185 Anderson, Lesley J- 74, 75, 152 Andre, Carolyn A. 45, 153 Andry, Russell J. 178 Angelacos, Sandra 178 Ashton, Barbara J. 68, 69, 153 Asmus, Pamela Jean 153 Atkins, Robert Alan 66, 98, 185 Atwood, Constance 192 Augustine, Paulette 52, 185 Austin, John 1 78 Avery, Cheryl 178 Avery. Craig S. 70, 178 Baab, Craig 153 Bacon, Cairn 192 Balk, Linnea 69, 192 Balling, William R. 153 Barnhart, Robert 185 Batura, Thomas 1 78 Baumann, Donald Edward 153 Baxter, Jeanne 66, 105, 192 Beard, James 49, 192 Beck, Mark Richard 1 78 Behan, John 192 Behle, Marilyn 73, 192 Behle, Patricia 45, 73, 1 78 Bell, Brenda30, 65, 193 Bell, James 94 Belton, Vallorie 193 Benakos, Brian 51, 98, 99 Benedict, Polly 1 78 Bennett, Linda 69. 1 79 Berg, Duane William 185 Berg. Harold Edwin 46, 91, 153 Bergeron, Albert 1 79 Berghorn, Douglas 64, 65 Bergmann, Robert A. 46, 94. 185 Bergstrom. George 51 Berri, Denise 64 Berry, Marcia 1 79 Bestwina, Joseph G. 50, 153 Betz, Judith 1 79 Bierker, Jerry Wayne 153 Biersach, Deborah 59, 74, 75, 193 Biljes, Mary Ellen 73,185 Bills, Robert 37,48 Bizer, Donald 49, 101 Bizer, John Robert 44, 46, 61, 101, 153 Blank, Ronald Lee 153 Blazevich. Charlene 52 Blomquist, Ruth 186 Boatright, Barbara 73, 153 Bondegard, Karen 193 Boone, Anthony 186 Boostrom, Paul 1 93 Borden, Dwight E. 153 Borger, Peter John 153 Boston, Kathleen 193 Bourque, Janet May 153 Bowie, Linda 30 Boyd, Frank A. 63, 65 Bracke. John M. 73, 153 Bradford, Stephen 46, 186 Bradshaw, George 50, 154 Brasure, Sharon 1 79 Bree, Judith 45. 154 Breidenbaugh, Robert 54, 56, 193 Brennan, Barry J. 154 Brennan, Kerin Ray 154 Brister, Clarence 186 Brouse, Susan 66, 6 7 Brown, Steven 186 Bruederle, Walter 66 Bruss, Marian 52, 1 79 Brusveen, James 51, 94, 10 7 Bryant, Ruth C. 154 Burdick, Susan 52, 193 BuricArlene 62, 69, 193 Burket, Debra 193 Bubert, Maureen 186 Buck, Mark Earl 48, 70 Bucy, Harry 51 Bushman, Bradford 186 Caesar, George 31, 107,186 Calahan, William 1 79 Caliendo, Bernadine 193 Calkins, Teri45, 74, 75, 79, 105, 179 Cameron, Paul Scott 100, 154 Campanella, Joni 1 79 Cannata, John 107 Caprel, William 51, 107, 179 Carberry, Joseph 101, 103 Cardoni, Robert 193 Carlson, Thomas 1 79 Carpenter, Pamela 154 Carson, Catharine 193 Carter, Janice 186 Chamberlin, Robert 66 Chamnes, Gordon 73, 179 Champion, Deborah 52 Charanvas, Judy 154 Charanvas, Ruangsak 186 Chase, Jody 193 Cheney, Peter 186 Cherwonick, William 154 Christiansen, Raymond 30, 70, 186 Chvatal, John 107 Cisar, Gayle Lynn 1 79 Cislak, Rolanda Lee 179 Ciuffo, Armand 154 Clark, Kathleen M. 186 Clark, Marcella 1 79 Clark, Shirley Ann 186 Clouser, Thomas 73, 192, 193 Coleman, Audrey 193 Collins, Catherine 52, 186 Concklin, Tara Lynn 74, 75, 186 Conley, Lawrence E. 154 Conley, David 193 Corbett, John 49, 193 Cordes, Sherry 1 79 Cosimano, Charles 42, 186 Cotsones, Jeanne 186 Craxton, David 1 93 Criss, Jane 58, 1 78, 1 79 Crois, John Henry 154 Crosby, Pauline 1 93 Cullom, Susan 1 79 Cullum, David 50, 1 79 Cunningham, Ellen E. 154 Cunningham, George 154 Cunningham, Rita A. 154 Curtin, Maureen Sally 52, 79 Cushman, Nadine 186 Cuyjet, Gregory 1 79 Cwik, Wayne 155 Cyranek, Mary Ann 193 Dagenhart, Bryan 1 79 Dahlstrom, Roger 48, 186 Dailey, Peter 91, 193 Damm, Virginia Mari 155 Darmstadt, Jeffrey 193 Daubenspeck, John 54. 55, 186 Dauster, Karen 58, 68, 69, 186 Davis, Joyce 193 Deem, Patricia 45, 79, 1 79 Dekok, Dale, 91, 193 Dembosz, Henry 50, 91 Denormandie, Pamela 193 De Vaughn, Becky 1 79 Devere, Bess Ellen 186 Devore, Judith 66, 73, 193 Devries, Donna 193 Dewey, Kenneth Fred 155 Dickey, Harriets. 155 Diedrich, Jane B. 155 Dodds, Barbara 1 79 Douglas, Cheryl 105 Duzen, Kathryn 100, 193 Earle, Diane 30, 193 Eckwall, Carole B. 73, 186 Edwards, Deborah, 74, 75 Eichmiller, Jeanett 155 Elenz, Susan Elizabeth 43, 186 Elert, Georgiana 73, 194 Elfvin, Donald 46, 91, 98, 99, 186 Elloie, June Marie 186 Emberg, Wesley 194 Engman, John 66, 103, 104, 179 Erickson, John 186 Erickson, Mark Eric 48, 1 79 Erickson, Robert K. 186 Ernest, Candace 79, 179 Ernst, Larry 101, 194 Essa, Jamil A. 194 Eustice, David 194 Evans, Susan 69 Eyrich, Jean Ann 45, 73, 155 Faber, Gregory 194 Faerber, Robert 54, 55, 56, 70, 194 Fantozzi, Gregory P. 103, 186 Farley, Winifred M. 52,187 Fausch, Steven 48, 194 Featherston, Melissa 187 Ferlazzo, Joyce 1 79 Fickler, Colleen K. 187 Fiene, Joanne Lynn 1 79 Filipski, Stephen 46, 103, 104 Finger, Christine 68, 69, 187 Finlayson, Margaret 155 Fischer, Paul R. 59, 70, 83, 187 Fisher, Mirean 194 Fjord, Frances 194 Fleming, Michael J. 156 Fodero, Judith 52, 156 Foley, Thomas John 37, 156 Follstad, CarlH. 46, 60, 152, 156 Foose, Robert M. 156 202 Index Foskett, William R. 156 Foster, Gloria May 156 Fraccaro, William 70, 180 Fransioli, Mark 180 Freeman, Patricia 73, 194 Fricke, Anne 52, 194 Friebus, Kathleen 68, 69 Fritz, Rebecca 37, 156 Froeschner, John 94 Fufiwara, Sandra 180 Fulle, Talbert 187 Furlett, Franklin 187 Gabriel, Emmanuel 194 Galantay, Stephen 51, 194 Gall, Cynthia 180 Gallas, Linda Lee 157 Galuszka, Sharon 180 Garriott, Ted 180 Gaskill, David 180 Gavin, Carol Anne 52, 187 Gaw, James 48 Geen, Judith 180 Gehrke, Mark 187 Geldbach, Carolyn 157 Gibbs, Robert Dale 31, 91 Gilchrist, Glen 187 Gildersleeve, A. 194 Gillespie, Hugh 194 Gills, John Fred 157 Glab, Kathleen 194 Glass, Patricia 157 Godfrey, Hileria 30, 194 Goeman, Cynthia 76, 180 Goenne, Sarah 59, 194 Goetz, Andrew 180 Goranson, Wayne 187 Gordon, Fon Louise 194 Gosh, Mary Russell 157 Graham, Carol 187 Graham, Kathleen 194 Granback, Norman 66, 67, 180 Greco, Virginia 194 Greenstein, David 1 94 Greeve, Gerrit Jan 76, 180 Grever, Steven 194 Grie singer, Margaret 157 Gruber, Charles 194 Gunkel, Jorlyce 180 Gutenschwager, Wm. 73, 187 Haas, Clarence 194 Hackbarth, David 157 Hageman, Holly 187 Hagerbaumer, David 37, 187 Hagstrom, Carlton 194 Hagstrom, Judith 188 Hall, Charlotte 52, 61, 158 Hall, Georgene Ann 188 Hall, John Chris 101, 103, 104, 180 Halverson, Paul 188 Hamilton, Mark Ian 31, 44, 46, 158 Hamilton, Nancy 180 Hamm, Robert C. 62, 63, 73, 158 Hammond, John Charles 158 Hanna, Kathy Jo. 180 Hans, Linda Marie 188 Hansen, David 56 Hansen, Nancy 68, 69, 180 Harper, Sherry 1 94 Harris, James 182 Harris, Kathy 66 Harris, Roger 1 94 Harris, Susan E. 188 Hartigan, James 180 Hartlein, Susan 52, 188 Haufe, Donald S. 50, 66, 67,158 Hayes, Carolyn 57, 195 Heck, Robert 180 Heininger, Marsha 30, 1 95 Heisler, John 76. 180 Hemmert, Terri 57, 180 Hempel, Richard 51, 108, 180 Heniff, Joseph 42, 188 Henson, Randal 1 95 Herlien, Kenneth 48 Hermanson, Kristine 52 Higginson, James 49 Hilton, Thomas 180 Hinchley, Marguerite 73 Hinchley, Marilyn 59, 66 Hobson, Jeffrey 1 95 Hoffenkamp, Greg 46, 98, 99, 180 Hoffman, Donald J. 158 Hollander, Gordon 51, 66, 67, 188 Holman, Bruce 66, 67, 180 Holman, Stuart T. 36, 44, 46, 110, 158 Holtgreve, Doris 66, 1 95 Holtzman, Marilyn 45, 180 Honsa, Roger 1 95 Hook, Ernest Lloyd 158 Hootman, Jan Ruth 158 Hoskins, Richard C. 158 Hotz, Richard Paul 98, 99, 110, 188 Hotz, Roseann 62, 73, 180 Hoy, Donald Arthur 158 Hughlette, Robert 195 Hutchins, Robert 188 Iliffe, William 158 Izor, Paul Herman 188 Jacobs, George 66 Jamba, David 180 Janice k, James 66, 67, 188 Janowiak, Sandra 111, 1 78, 180 Jemison, Steven 103 Jerger, David 36, 44, 180 Jerome, Mary 69 Jockheck, Anita 158 Johnson, Arthur A. 158 Johnson, Barbara 45 Johnson, Bruce 188 Johnson, Eric 181 Johnson, Janey Kay 158 Johnson, Patricia G. 105, 158 Johnston, Roy Allen 181 Jones, Laurence 37 Joseph, Sharon Dee 188 Jozwiak, LeRoy 188 Juske, Henry James 188 Just, Robert Newton 100, 181 Kaan, Ruth Adella 188 Kalbow, Wayne 181 Kalk, Nancy Lou 69, 188 Kalkbrenner, Judith 69 Kallman, Paul J 159 Kamper, Judith 45, 69, 159 Kanger, David Wayne 159 Kapner, Steve 196 Kappen, Dennis 51, 91, 196 Karau, Betty H. 159 Kaszak, Nancy 1 96 Katz, Richard 188 Kayanaugh, Judith 160 Kehl, Constance 37, 69, 196 Kelleher, Patricia 160 Kennedy, Sue Anne 160 Kennedy, Wayne M. 36, 37, 70, 160 Kerkstra, James 160 Kesting. William L. 70, 160 Khomphairi, Nonpag 160 Kieca, Karen 69, 76. 196 King. Kathleen 30. 196 Kinney. David Allen 48, 160 Kirch, Donald F. 189 Klaassen, Susan 196 Kling. Jeffrey 48, 181 Kmoch. Bruce 181 Knapp. Cheryl 196 Knisely. Nancy Lou 69, 196 Knopp. Diane Ruth 189 203 Index Knowles. P. Randall 67, 181 Koehler, Mary an 161 Koenig, Elsa 45, 73, 181 Kohl, Linda 74, 75, 196 Kolseth, Sherrie 196 Koshewa, Carol E. 181 Kraemer, Gary 91, 196 Kraft, Michael 189 Kraft, Patricia 37, 45, 181 Krakora, Linda H. 181 Krauth, Debra 66, 111, 196 Kreimeyer, Charleen 161 Krengel. Lawrence 161 Krengel, Mary 196 Krepel, David 91, 98, 99, 196 Kreutzer, James 110, 197 Krieger, Carolyn 197 Kroening, Karen 45 Krolak, Kathleen 37, 52, 161 Krueger, Donna 69 Krupicka, Diane R. 161 Kucera, Cynthia 181 Kuebler, Kenneth D. 36, 62, 63, 70, 82, 161 Kujawa, Kathryn 197 Kupper, Kay Ann 45, 105, 161 Kurth, John 197 Labovsky, Kathy 197 Lach, Diane 37 Lackey, Darnese 161 Laitas, Jeanne 181 Lake, Raymond 48 Langlas, Donald 70, 82, 181 Lamberty, Maureen 189 Lampman, Linda 161 Lancaster, Paul 48, 189 Langley, James 189 Laporte, Michael 197 Larson, Rhonda 52 Lash, Kerry Jo 189 Leach, Michael 181 Lecky, John 161 LeClerc, Joan 76, 189 Lee, Timothy 185, 189 Lewis, Barbara A. 76, 197 Lewis, Barbara J. 66, 189 Lhotak, Carol 182 Liuzzo, James 197 Livingston, Joe 182 Locke, Katherine 182 Loeper, Karen 111 Lofgren, Janet 161 Lohr, Joseph 161 Lomax, Sondra 30, 161 Loomer, John 161 Lucchesi, James 197 Lum, Peter 46, 50, 94, 181 Lumpkin, Charlois 30, 197 Lundgren, Ronald 37, 161 Lundquist, Christine 162 Lusero, James 91, 98, 99, 197 Maatman, Robert 100, 162 Mabil, Stephen 197 Maclean, Leslie 66, 6 7 Maclean, Priscilla 162 MacFarlane, Bob 189 MacGillis, Thomas 182 Mackay, Edith 1 62 Mackey, Charles 182 Mahler, Arnold 162 Mahn, Marcia 52 Main, Gail 197 Makell, Pamela 37, 65, 189 Marconi, Fran 189 Marinaccio, Katherine 162 Marines, Nicolette 197 Maronn, Bork 48, 182 Marshall, Harold 189 Marsico, Michael 31, 46, 91, 98, 99 Martin, Carol 182 Martin, Melissa 62, 100 Masek, George 162 Mason, Alan 48, 162 Mastro, Peter 50, 182 Materre, Louis 107 Mather, Victoria 74, 75,197 Mattox, Gail 197 May field, Joan 52 McBryde, Maxine 182 McCargo, Michael 31, 197 McClain, Edwin 189 McCord, Harry 103,197 McCoy, Sharon 162 McConaughy, David 162 McDaniels, Elinore 45, 182 McGehee, Robert 54, 55, 189 McKenney, Beverly 192, 197 McLean, Thomas 197 McNelf William 197 McNerney, Christine 197 Mead, Robert 189 Megen, Ronald 197 Meiners, John 66, 197 Melichar, Wm. 197 Mellish, William 197 Menzel, Raymond 182 Mernitz, Craig 31, 48, 91, 108, 197 Mernitz, Scott 48, 91, 162 Merritt, Carol 79 Merz, Robert 50, 101, 189 Messett, Sandra 189 Metskas, Cathleen 62, 64, 65 Meyer, Betty 1 62 Meyer, Lawrence 1 62 Meyer, Nancy 197 Meyer, Ronald 197 Meyer, Thomas 189 Meyers, Ronald 48 Micek, Marilyn 189 Miceli, Louis 107 Middleton, Booker 182 Midgley, Janet 45, 162 Migliore, Brodie 189 Miklos, Gerald 182 Miller, Peter 162 Miller, Raymond 55 Miller, Karl 44, 70, 182 Miller, Sandra 198 Minhinnick. Richard 182 Mogge, Robert 198 Moktarian, Sahla 189 Montanari, Loretta 162 Moore, Elsie 198 Moreau, Tim 189 Mosher, Catherine 52, 59, 189 Moyer, David 44, 46, 60, 94, 96, 163 Murdock, Phil 107,189 Nathanson, Laura 198 Natzke, Kirk 189 Naumann, Catherine 198 Neylon, Gregory 182 204 Nickerson, Kay 52 Nolan, Jeanne 189 Novak, Glenn 30, 37, 42, 44, 64, 163 O ' Brien, Leslie 74, 75, 198 Oku, Donna 52 Olsen, Robert 163 ONeill, William 198 Osebre, Peter 198 Ostendorf, David 44, 163 Ottenstein, Karen 76, 1 98 Owen, David 56 Owens, Kathleen 198 Palm, John 46 Park, Norman 182 Park, Pam 37, 190 Parsons, Christopher 64, 164 Patchak, Sharon 37, 66 Patrick, Lynda 190 Pattison, Meril 45, 182 Paul, Jerry 70, 190 Peine, Douglas 198 Pergander, Leonard 1 90 Perkis, Barbara 100, 198 Perry, Jeffrey 182 Peters, James 36, 46, 94, 95, 107, 182 Peters, Thomas 164 Peterson, Linda 198 Peterson, Linda C. 68, 69, 164 Petrowsky, Cheryl 52, 182 Pharmer, William 182 Phillips, Kirk 190 Phillips, Rosie 190 Pierson, Tamra 164 Pietrowski, Sharon 198 Pinderski, Robert 190 Pinelli, Vincent 55, 198 Pitts, Karl 192 Poltrock, Melanie 66, 190 Posterick, Barbara 190 Pransky, Dennis 164 Pransky, Kathleen 190 Prather, Philip 1 64 Price, Merlanne 52, 1 78, 182 Index Princen, Scott 66, 67, 91, 190 Pumphrey, Nancy 73, 164 Purdom, Charles 51, 107 Pryjma, John 56, 57 Pyrz, Robert 183 Quackenbush, Robert 50, 164 Quilty, James 49, 76, 198 Raczkowski, Dale 198 Radzilowsky, Michael 44, 46, 48, 103, 104, 178, 183 Rakos, Charles 50 Ramey, Carl 30, 70, 190 Ramsey, Jean 165 Ramsson, Robert 165 Ransom, Maria 198 Rasche, Margaret 73, 183 Raspanti, Thomas 46, 91, 107, 183 Ratzreck, Joe 198 Readings, Thomas 165 Redfield, John 66, 67 Reichel, Elizabeth 52 Reif, Martin 30, 60, 70, 185, 190 Reinwald, Richard 73, 183 Reiser, Patty 52, 190 Reiter, Dean 64 Reynolds, Linda 165 Richards, Daniel 91 Richmond, Curt 190 Rieger, Scott 198 Riley, Randy 48, 108, 198 Rinella, Darlene 45, 76, 165 Ritter, Susan 190 Roberts. Dean 31, 48, 165 Roberts, Richard 165 Robertson, Pauline 65, 100 Robinson, Donald 91, 183 Rockey, Joseph 76, 198 Rodriquez, Robert 54, 55, 165 Roefer, David 110 Rooney, John 48, 152, 166 Roos, Carol 45, 68, 69 Roseii, Donald 166 Rosner, Shirley 166 Rossi, Raymond 166 Rota, David 36, 44, 70, 82, 166 Roucka, Bill 190 Ruby, Beverly 198 Rudy, Donald 50, 190 Runner, March 1 98 Russell, Gregory 183 Russell, Kathleen 198 Rutherford, David 166 Rutkowski, Richard 166 Rytel, Richard 73, 198 Saavedra, Richard 190 Sadberry, Arlene 30 Saems, Constance 183 Saenger, Eric 59 Salerno, Carol 166 Sails, Alayne 183 Samdahl, Diane 198 Samonek, Roger 73, 198 Samuelson, Barbara 183 Sanderson, Sandy 64 Santamaria, Lillian 111 Santose, Kristin 190 Sauter, Peter 94, 190 Schirmang, Sandra 183 Schmidt, Michael 166 Schmidt, Thomas 44, 46, 59, 103, 105, 183 Schmitt, Kathryn 183 Schmutzler, Diane 1 90 Schneider, Bruce 198 Schneider, Margaret 69, 183 Schoewe, Phyllis 36, 66 190 Scholl, Terrence 50, 190 Schram, Keith 60, 79, 94, 183 Schram, Richard 198 Schreiber, Terry 73, 166 Schubert, Dan 91 Schuff, Earl 70, 166 Schultz. James 107 Schultz, Nancy 199 Schumacher, Gerald 190 Schutt, Donald 183 Scott, Charlotte 30, 111 Scott, Cynthia 199 Scott, Mattie 199 Scott, Stephen 199 Sebastian, Walter 183 Seibert, Penelope 69, 166 Seiple, Rae 183 Sembly, Emma 199 Sengs tacke, Helena 183 Sepanski, Virginia 45, 73, 183 Seyfert, David 199 Shaffer, Susan 166 Sheehan, Jan 44, 56, 183 Shearin, Moneta 190 Sickbert, Bryan 70, 190 Siml, Anita 183 Simley, Donald 199 Simmons, Deborah 190 Simon ton. Donna 62 Simpson, Yvonne 166 Sims, John 66 Sinn, Rochelle 166 Skala, Gerald 190 Slanina, Carolann 52, 166 Slansky, Jerry 48, 167 Smania, Deborah 199 Smeryage, Georgia 167 Smith, Anita 199 Smith, Bryan 110 Smiley, Clifton 183 Smith, Craig 108 Smith. Daniel 55, 199 Smith, Donna 190 Smith, Semanthie 199 Smith, Seth 31, 103, 183 Smith. Sharleen 73, 199 Sneden, Roger 167 Sonnenberg, Steven 183 Spain, Carole 167 Spearing, Elizabeth 199 Speck, Susan 191 Spies, Jennifer 183 Spikes, Frank 191 Spina, Valerie 183 Spinelli, Michael 1 91 Spriggs, Sharon 199 Stahlhut, Mark 37 44, 70, 183 Stamatakos, Chrys 1 91 Stebel, Marlcne 191 Steeb, Mary 69, 191 Steele, Linda 168 Stephens, Jennifer 30, 69, 191 Stephens, Nancy 30. 58, 191 Sterka. Helen 66, 199 Sterly, Donald 168 Stevens, Charles 49. 56, 57, 62, 66, 67, 70, 200 Stock, Lorli 73 Stolze, Brenda 191 Stone, Kathryn 200 Stonecipher, Joan 168 Stoors, Richard 168 Storoe. Sandra 168 Stott. Robert 200 Strobl. Frederick 168 Stude baker, Hugh 152. 168 Szadde. Nancy 200 Talley, Ruth 183 Tastad, Linda 183 205 Taylor, Lorraine 250 Tazelaar, Helen 184 Templeton, Terry 48, 184 Templin, James 50, 184 Teschner, John 50, 185 Tesky, Kerry 45, 68, 69, 76, 184 Thaagaard, Lynn 108 Theagaard, Lynn 168 Themely, Sandra 191 Thoma, Jeffrey 51, 108 Thomas, Bobbie 169 Thomas, Deborah 169 Thomas, George 3 7 Thrasher, Roy Earl 31 Throne. Joel 184 Tocco, Horatio M. 73 Treichel, Robert C. 169 Trink, Pamela 52, 184 Troka, Jere 169 Tronsen, Alan 58, 59, 184 Trosen, James 184 Trosen, Wallace 48 Trout, Susan 184 Tucker, Dianne 250 Tucker, Floyd 169 Turek, Richard 184 Uebele, Marianne 184 Ullman, Robert 46, 60, 70, 101, 191 Usher, Patricia 76, 191 Vallo, Dirke Martin 169 Vanderstuyf Ronald 48, 169 Vanhowe, William 200 Vardalas, Diane 52, 200 Index Venson, Frances 200 Victor, David 51, 107 Vigna, Linda 200 Vollman, Dave 66, 67 Voltz, Daniel 191 Warra, Peg 58, 200 Wagner, Bryan 51, 94, 184 Wakefield, David 200 Walezak, Patricia 191 Walker, Christopher 48 Walter, Kuston 189 Walters, Jean 200 Walton, Marilyn 36, 66, 200 Warnke, Gerald 51, 200 Washington, Patricia 201 Watson, Gregory 201 Watson, Mary Edith 169 Weber, Grace Anne 1 70 Weber, Ileen 45 Wegner, Dana Marc 1 70 Wehmueller, Jane 66, 201 Wente, Richard 201 West, Alan 184 Westerberg, George 1 70 Wheat, Sybil 201 Whiston, William 46, 108 White, Daryl 50, 1 70 White, Kerry 76 Wichman, Barbara 1 70 Wick, Robert 51, 201 Willard, Patricia 184 Wille, Arthur H. 70, 82, 1 70 Wille, Charlotte 30 Williams, Bennie 66, 6 7 Williams, Constance 191 Williams, June 66, 185, 191 Williams, Karen 191 Williams, Karyn Frances 1 70 Williams, Lynda 191 Williams, Marcia 184 Williams, Scott 201 Wilson, Janice 69, 201 Wilson, Timothy W. 1 71 Wimberly, Fern 66 Wimberly, Maurice 66, 73 Winslow, Janet 184 Winters, Carol 201 Wittenberg, George 184 Wolfe, Elsie Moore 1 71 Wood, Gloria 191 Woodliff Carol 66, 73, 201 Wright, Charles 70, 201 Wyant, Kenneth 36, 44, 110, 171 Wyant, Rebecca Rhodes 1 71 Yarosh, Dennis M. 171 Yarosh, Diane 52, 191 Yeisley, Robert E. 48, 1 71 Yochim, Scott 184 Yoshinari, June 68, 69. 83, 1 71 Zakovic, Gary 50, 184 Zappe, Thomas 66, 67, 184 Zimmerman, Kenneth 73 Zoubek, Kathleen 52 Zuehsow, Linda 62, 73 Zupan, Bruce 201 Zupan, Martin 184 Zwetz, Janet Lynn 45, 1 71 206 i Acknowledgements It required much unseen energy and cooperation to complete this year ' s edi- tion of the Elms. To all those associated with this volume, I express my sincere thanks and appreciation. . Nancy Stephens 1969 Editor The Elms Staff Mr. Joe Feehan Mrs. G. Edward Harris Mrs. " Pete " Langhorst Paul Madalinski — artist E. C. Public Relations Staff Mr. Richard Wedemeyer Photo Credits Compro, Inc. Dave and Marilyn Fornell — color Press Publications Scott Princen Root Photographers Eric Saenger Doug Sengstacke Tom Schmidt Nancy Stephens 207


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