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THE ELMS ' 70 Elmhurst College Elmhurst, Illinois Volume 52, 1970 Marilyn Hinchley, Editor Richard Wedemeyer, Advisor The Year... 14 Administration and Academics ... 44 Activities ... 98 Sports ... 1 50 Students ... 1 80 For all. The eye perceives; The final score. The glorious victor. And the agonized defeated. We see It all, and yet none. And you, the athlete. Are the power, and the skill, and the grace; We see It all, and yet none. We destroy the old. And build the new; It is here that our eyes have seen. It is here that we have lived And had being; It is here that we have learned And gained Knowledge. It is here that we Have experienced life; In the eyes of God. Chris Jans begins her first climb to Stanger fourth floor. Class of ' 73 Embark On College Careers Niebuhr R.A. ' s Paul Lancaster, Dave Hagerbaumer, and Tom Neu, welcome their ne 16 A new freshman receives her folder from Doris Holtgreve at the registration table in the College Union Building. The whirl of activities which constituted Freshman Orientation 1969, began with President Kleckner ' s welcoming speech to the freshmen and their parents. The stu- dents were then rushed from their good- byes and set through the paces of tests, meetings, and activities, highlighted by the Chicago excursion, the special produc- tion of TWELFTH NIGHT, and Studs Terkel ' s talk on his book, DIVISION STREET: AMERICA. As the freshmen turned their backs on the headaches of button raids, class registration, and cries of " Hey, Frosh, where ' s your button? " they faced the new perils of student life on the Elmhurst College campus. Two freshman girls explore Elmhurst College campus, showing off their new identification buttons. 17 Homecoming ' 69 — It All Happened At The Zoo Alumni returned October 17, 18, and 19 to a big weel end of festivities. The fun began Friday night with the Harold Bet- ters Concert. During intermission Teri Calkins began her reign as Homecoming Queen. Although the Jays fell to Carthage 28-0, the half time band performance lifted the spirits of the crowd. Niebuhr Hail picked up the trophy for the best float while Praetors landed second place. Josef ' s Restaurant was the scene of the Dinner-Dance, featuring the Ron Phelps orchestra. The annual Homecoming Chap- el Service marked the end of the weekend events. Mosier sidearms a Carthage defender for long yardage. 21 22 1 Let Us Mourn On October 15, 1969 Elmhurst College students joined thousands across the na- tion in a Day of Mourning for the Ameri- can Servicemen killed in the Viet Nam Conflict. Classes were cancelled and stu- dents were able to attend the various events on campus. Among the activities were faculty-led seminars on subjects such as, " Liberal Arts and the Moral- Political Issues, " " The Viet Nam War and the National Mood, " and " Alternate Ways to End the War. " Speakers included Mr. Joseph Tuchinsky, Director of the Midwest Committee for Draft Counseling and Father Pietra, a member of the " Chi- cago 15. " To further support their cause, EC students took part in an orderly march through the city of Elmhurst car- rying signs and chanting. Climax of the day ' s events was the appearance of NBC newscaster Floyd Kalber, who presented his views concerning the Viet Nam War. Margaret Rasche reads the names of United States Servicemen wlio have been l illed in the Viet Nam War. Floyd Kalber speaks as Mr. Elledge of the Sociology Dept. looks on. Students begin their march through Elmhurst demanding withdrawal of American troops from Viet Nam War. 25 E.G. Hosts Midwest Intercollegiate Jazz Festival On April 10 and 11, Elmhurst College once again sponsored the annual Midwest Jazz Band Festival with Barb Lewis acting as student director. Competition was in three categories with eight bands competing in the Big Band category, three combos and four entries in the vo- calist division. Winners were Bowling Green State — Big Band, University of Illinois — combo, and DeDe Garrett from Illinois as vocalist. In conjunction with the festival, a jazz seminar was held for high school students on Saturday morn- ing featuring outstanding professionals in the jazz field. Leslie MacLean accepts award for best rhythm section player. The champ in the big band division was Bowling Green State University. Bill Cutenschwager hosts the Consul Generals of Argentina, Colombia and Venezuela at a panel discussion. Elm hurst Goes Latin For Three Days The Second Annual International Studies Conference was held at Elmhurst College from March 16 to 18, 1970. Joint spon- sorship was again provided by Epsilon Chi, an affiliate of Tau Kappa Epsilon and social science honorary. Pi Gamma Mu. Contributing to the theme, " Evolu- tion or Revolution " guest speakers in- cluded professors. Dr. Sue Gross and Dr. George Blanksten, Peace Corps official, Robert White, banker, Bruce Marshall, and the consul generals of Argentina, Venezuela and Colombia as a panel dis- cussion. E. C. Joins Nation In Observance Of Earth Day Earth Day, a national event decrying mans ' pollution of his environment, was observed on April 22 at Elmhurst College and across the nation. A day-long sched- ule of activities was sponsored by the Elmhurst College Geography Club and S.T.O.P. Programs ranged from an IMBC film and a multi-media presentation to participation by junior high students and a debate between C.A.P. (Campaign a- gainst Pollution) and representatives of the Commonwealth Edison Co. The Union Lounge draws people to its displays and booths. Concerned students select some brochures devoted to Earth Day. Father Woods discusses a bit before his multi- media show. 29 her date, Keith Weiland. Tom Raspanti shows off tokens of his reign as JE QSS. Scarface ' s Place Scene Of Dance Disguised as Scarface ' s Place, the new snack bar was the scene of Bachelor ' s Holiday on April 11. E.G. girls brought their favorite " gangsters, " who were given cigars and guns to well equip them for the evening. Music was provided by the " Cost of Living. " After the " raid, " the court was introduced and Tom Raspanti reigned as the " boss " for the night. Eager E.C. girls and their dates do their thing on the dance floor. 31 I Second Century Fund Drive Kicks Off Spirit ran high as the Second Century Kick-off rally officially opened the stu- dent fund-raising campaign. President Kleckner was on hand to lend support to the featured speakers. The band did its part by playing the fight song over and over. Student Chairman Mike Connelly explained to the balloon-carrying crowd the system of " share " certificates and urged all students to contribute. To date the students have pledged more than $4700 over a three-year period. President Kleckner urges support from the stu- dents. Resident chairman Jim Peters, left, looks over statistics with Student chairman Mike Connelly. Balloons marked the spirit of the fund drive. Lehmann Hall Captain Pat Usher, left, confers with Pat Kraft McCown, Captain of Shick Hall. 32 Emcee Bryan Dagenhart also performed. Harbinger Sponsors Folk and Rock Festival Wilder Park was the setting on IVlay 9 of the Folk and Rock Festival sponsored by the Harbinger Coffeehouse. Emceed by Bryan Dagenhart, the festival consisted of many area singers as well as former Na- tional Coffeehouse Circuit singer Don Crawford and Ann Mortifee, co-host for a national Canadian television show. Also appearing were Jeff King ' s " The Band that Plays the Blue, " " Expresso Flower " and Bruce and Nancy Carlson. The Festi- val was well attended and highly success- ful, pointing to the possibility that it may become an annual event at Elmhurst. Jan Thomas strums his guitar. The band performs outside for B.C. students. Spring is Here on E. C s Campus Spring at Elmhurst means concerts, and banquets, and awards. This year was no exception. The band performed an open- air concert of light music in the mall. The parents on hand for the official Spring week-end were entertained by Polyhym- nia and the Glee Club. Participants in the Sunday chapel service heard an inspiring sermon by " Chaplain Bob. " At the an- nual Honors banquet, the Presidential award recipients and members of Who ' s Who in American Universities and Col- leges were honored with certificates. An appropriate end to the activities was the awarding of The Distinguised Faculty award to Dr. Schade of the History Department. The Glee Club also entertained on Spring Week-End. 34 35 Moneta Shearin, John Spooner, Queen Rosie Phillips, Gerald Archer, Pamela Makell. Retiring queen Teri Calkins places crown on Rosie Phillips. Two Bands Provide Dance Music For All Tastes The Spring Formal was held at the M M Club in the Merchandise Mart with a " Candlelight Cruise " theme. Although a p roposed boat ride was cancelled due to the weather, an evening accented by small candle favors was enjoyed by all. Queen Rosie Phillips reigned as Ralph Berger ' s Orchestra and a soul group, " The Four Naturals, " added the musical touch to the dance on May 1. The junior class spon- sored the big event by the sale of junior goodies and also a contribution from Social Life; plus history was made with the serving of liquor for the first time at the Elmhurst Prom. Mike Marsico and Danielle Folsom share the spotlight at the M M Club. Music provided by " The Four Naturals " en- livens the posh Candlelight Cruise. 38 Dr. Phillips speaks to the candidates. Dr. Kleckner passes out those coveted sheepskins. Channing E. Phillips Speaks at Baccalaureate Service The dignitaries assemble on the platform to begin the ceremony. First Woman Addresses at Commencement On the on-again, off-again rainy afternoon of May 31, 437 received their degrees. The Baccalaureate service in the morning fea- tured all three campus choral groups sing- ing spiritual music written by Dr. Carl F. Mueller. At the Commencement exer- cises. Dr. Mueller was presented with the Alumni Merit Award. Four persons re- ceived honorary degrees including Rev. Channing E. Phillips, who spoke at the Baccalaureate on " Woodstock or Good Stocks. " History was made as Mrs. Cynthia Clark Wedel, President of the National Council of Churches, became the first woman to address an Elmhurst Commencement crowd. As the carillon chimed " The Heavens are telling the Glory of God, " it was all over; only memories and tears were left. President Endorses Shared Government ' Twas a good year! Endorsement of shared government was a step forward in recognizing students ' desires to share in all aspects of college life. Selection of a contractor for the new A.C. Buehler Li- brary prompted the tearing down of the President ' s old home on Prospect Street. Moving into their new home on Cottage Hill Avenue, Dr. and Mrs. Kleckner were able to relax and entertain in more space. Elmhurst College President Urges Creation of A Human World At Convocation Dr. Kleckner, chatting with senior Jim Trosen, always finds time to stop and discuss problems with students on the Elmhurst campus. I Dean Robert Clark Strives For Academic Excellence In EC Curriculum Dr. Clark presents his talents to the Elm- hurst College community in two ways: as a teacher of the Interdisciplinary course. Ideas and Methods, as well as an adminis- trator. In addition to hiring teachers and presiding at faculty meetings. Dean Clark oversees the entire academic program at Elmhurst College. Concerned with main- taining the high academic standards of the college. Dr. Clark works to keep the curriculum in pace with the modern trends in higher education. 48 Mr. Ray R. Ramseyer, Vice President for Development Mr. Trevor Pinch, Business Manager Rev. Roy Gieselmann, Purchasing Agent 50 Rev. Roger K. Lewis, Asst. to President for Church Relations 51 Mr. Richard Wedemeyer, Dir. of Student Aid, with Marilyn Hinchley, ELMS Editor. Admissions And Financial Aid Serve Students The Admissions Department, headed by Mr. Chads Skinner and Mrs. Mary Green, assumes the responsibility of selecting students for acceptance to Elmhurst Col- lege. Admissions informs prospective stu- dents of requirements in testing, appli- cation forms, transcripts, and fees. Planning for Freshman Orientation keeps the Admissions staff and students busy for months. Students concerned with financial problems receive consultation and assistance from Mr. Richard Wede- meyer, Director of Student Aid. Many persons combine their efforts to insure the future of new and returning E.G. stu- dents. 52 Public Relations Office Communicates Mr. Russell Wiegand, Assistant Director of Development, helps Steve Schultz, a student photographer, to type a news press release. i Mr. Gerald Rasa of the News Bureau. The Public Relations Office, located in the lower level of Lehman Hall, is a hub of communication. News releases con- cerning concerts, sports events, theatrical productions, and student honors are sent out to newspapers around the country. A record of each student ' s home town newspaper is kept so that the " folks back home " will be informed of activities at Elmhurst College. The office employs sev- eral students as photographers and assis- tants to help publicize campus events. The office also provides information that draws the Elmhurst community into the life of the college. Alumni are also in- formed of current events. The office reaches everyone related to E.C. 53 Mr. C. Neal Davis, Dean of Students Assistant Dean of Men, Mr. Ed Ward chats with John Cannata in the Union. Dean of Students Office Serves the EC Student In addition to co-ordinating the housing facilities at Elmhurst, the Dean of Stu- dents personnel provide assistance in a broad range of areas. These include co- operating with the Health Service and Counseling Center as well as with the Placement Office, College Union, and Fi- nancial Aid Office to serve the student in his many needs outside the classroom. 55 Mr. James Cunningham, Director of College Union Mrs. Opal Van Borg, Conference and Calendar Coordinator Mrs. Jeanne Spencer, Union Hostess Mrs. Ann Reschke, Switchboard Operator i Union Expands To Better Serve E.C. Students Returning students in the fall of 1969 found the main floor of the Union greatly changed from the past year; the mail- room, T.V. room, and placement office replaced the old pool room. As a result, a spacious and carpeted new games area opened after interim in conjunction with a new shack bar. The shack bar suggests Piper ' s Alley of Chicago ' s Old Town with its brick work and darkwood booths and tables. These facilities are located in the sub-basement of the Union. A final change in the Union occurred in the cafe- teria which extended into the former snack bar, introduced varied board plans and instituted a system of meal tickets, with one-servihg dining. 56 Mrs. Ellen Dunning, College Nurse Mrs. EInor Currie, Supervising Nurse Health Service And Counseling Center Serve Physical And Psychological Needs of E.C. Students The basement of Niebuhr Hall is known to all students who are taken ill or injured while on campus. For there one finds the Health Service which provides 24-hour medical service to the campus community and administers flu immunizations before the December " sick-in " before exams be- gin. Having recognized the need to talk over problems, the new Niebuhr Coun- seling Center was opened to provide ver- bal therapy with the help of trained counselors to all members of the Elm- hurst College community. Dr. Alice K. Murata, Coordinator of Counseling Services 58 Mr. Mel George, head librarian, instructs Shahia Moktarian in the use of the phonograph. Elmhurst Collegi Mrs. Shirley Grobe, Miss Carol Jonas, Mr. Glen Kistner students are always welcome to use any of the lib E.G. Library Looks to the Future The College Library is at once dreaming of its new home for which ground was broken on the site of President Kleckner ' s former home on Prospect Avenue and maintaining its present structure south of the Union. Indeed, the library offers stu- dents sizable collections of periodicals, records and bound volumes as well as a xerox copier and study area. The library staff is always available to students for any assistance that might be desired and is able to open the doors of libraries of several other institutions in the Chicago area for the further efforts of researching E.C. ' ers. ' s study areas. 59 Dr. Andrew Prinz, director of Urban Studies Program. College Initiates Urban Studies W ss Delores Hamilton, coordinator of Afro-American Studies. The Urban Studies Program, by next year, will be a cross disciplinary major consisting of courses from Metropolitan government. Urban geography. Urban his- tory. Modern Communities, and also field work in Urban Studies. The emphasis of the study will be affective rather than on cognitive learning, allowing for more in- volvement rather than classroom work. The studies prepare for work in urban centers and government social work or teaching. A major in Urban Studies can also be applied toward graduate work. In the future, additional courses from geog- raphy, history, sociology and political science will be added along with field experience in a government or public agency. 60 ' ' ' »«■ ■ 1 . m Language Lab Aids E.G. Students The Language Lab, located on the lower level of Lehman Hall, serves the college in many capacities. With modern recording equipment and a wide selection of tapes, students of foreign language can practice grammar and pronunciation drills; music students can choose from a wide range of modern and classical selections, to aid them in musical analysis and apprecia- tion, during library periods. Mrs. Gertrude Tripp, Director of Language Lab Placement Office Serves All Students If you ' re looking for a job, Mrs. Linda Bruemmer, new head of the Placement Service, is the one to see. Although many students think the department is mainly concerned with finding jobs for seniors upon graduation, many other services are available to all students. Full year em- ployment for graduates and summer em- ployment for undergraduates is offered. An interesting program has been designed for interim in which the student may earn pay and college credit for his job. The Placem ent Service is located in the Union. Mrs. Linda Bruemmer, Placement Director 61 Kathy Kujawa refers to diagrams during Embryology lab session. Left, Mr. John Honour Students Explore Life Throughout the year, biology students explored the world of plant and animal life in the classroom and in the labora- tory. Then during Interim, they had a chance to observe ecological situations first-hand in Florida. Minute life forms enlarged to visible size in the Electron Microscopy course. Offerings ranging from Principles of Biology, Botany, and Zoolo- gy to advanced studies in Animal Histolo- gy, Genetics, and Embryology reveal that the dynamic pace of science is evident in the up-to-date curriculum offered by the Biology Department at Elmhurst College. 62 Dr. John Jump Dr. Earl Meseth 1 63 Maureen Bubert operates the department ' s teletype machine. The Business Department Prepares Students For The Future Combining experience and actual business practices, Elmhurst business majors enjoy the benefits of a progress-oriented depart- ment. Emphasizing the new trends in busi- ness and marketing, students become more aware of the demands of a busi- ness-centered society with such courses as data processing and income taxation. An outstanding example of this progressive attitude was the opportunity for students to visit and view the workings of com- puter operations in a large Chicago bank during the January Interim this current year. Mr. Vikram Dutt John Zemblidge carefully uses a pipette during his experiment. Chemistry Challenges Students Every year beginning chemistry students search for the solutions to many unan- swered questions. In the lab and in the classroom they learn techniques which will allow them to arrive at these solu- tions and at the same time consider new problems and formulate new questions. This cycle of questions and answers and more questions is never ending for the serious chemistry student as he proceeds from Elementary Chemistry, to Quantita- tive Analysis, to Organic Chemistry all the way to Physical Chemistry and Inde- pendent study. The Interim period pro- vided chances to gain valuable experience through courses in Computer Science and Radio Chemistry. 66 67 Dr. Rudolf G. Schade Mr. Walter E. Burdick Students of History Delve Into Past From the time of t he Greeks and Romans to the recent past, history challenges the student to explore and draw responsible conclusions from the facts presented. In- cluded in the departmental offerings are Medieval History, The Age of Absolutism, History of Russia, as well as the United States in the Twentieth Century. During interim, students were given insight into the Nature of Revolutions in Modern Times and the Near East in Recent Times. Mr. Neal Blum I 68 r Rev. James Williams Mr. David Lindberg, left, talks with Dr. Royal Schmidt Classics Present Ancient Greece And Rome The Classics Department offers the stu- dent the challenge of Latin and Greek. Basic understanding of grammar as well as of culture of ancient Greece and Rome are emphasized. The course in the Greek New Testament provides the opportunity for students to compare various transla- tions. During the Interim, students learn- ed about ancient coins and Greek mythol- ogy. Political Science The Political Science Department pre- pares students in the pre-law curriculum as well as those interested in government service. A special feature is the Washing- ton Semester Plan through which stu- dents spend a semester in the nation ' s capitol. One can see the American govern- ment in action. Offered during January were Democratic Pluralism and Extremist Politics and the United States and Latin America. Relevancy Key To Russian Studies Students at Elmhurst are fortunate in having the opportunity to study the lan- guage and customs of the Soviet Union. The relevancy of the Russion language is unquestionable today. Not only are cour- ses in basic Russian grammar available, but also upper-level courses in conversa- tion and composition and contemporary Russian literature. Miss Marina Darian 69 The English Department Holds Many Opportunities For Students The English Department of Elmhurst Col- lege offers a wide variety of courses. Students enrolled in the department are able to take courses studying literature from Medieval and Renaissance ages through modern styles. For those intent on improving their own writing skills, other courses in expository and creative writing are offered. The new Interim term provided a chance for students to partici- pate in such unique courses as Russian Literature, What is Satire?, and Literary Criticism in the ' 60 ' s. The recent inclu- sion of a study of Black Literature ex- emplified the English Department ' s desire to increase their excellence. Dr. Gordon W. Couchman Mrs. Barbara Swords Miss Huguette Theodore 70 -1 Dr. Donald R. Low Mr. Donald Juday Speech Department Offers Specialization In Four Areas The Speech and Drama department offers the E.C. student four possible majors including: Public Speaking, Speech Cor- rection, Dramatic Arts, and General Speech. The department also offers prac- ticum courses for work in Forensics, Ra- dio, and Theatre. Housed in the recently renovated Mill Theatre, the Speech and Drama department has produced many and varied student acted and directed plays and one acts for the enjoyment of the college and the entire Elmhurst com- munity. 72 Dr. Susan Nathanson counsels speech correction major Barb Samuelson. Speech Correction Clinic Serves College And Community The speech correction curriculum pro- vides the prospective therapist with the theory of remedying speech disorders in victims of stroke, cerebral palsy, cleft palate, stuttering, and the mentally re- tarded while the Speech Clinic offers students opportunities to use their skills in practical situations. The clinic offers free therapy to any EC student needing improvement in general articulating skills. Clinical help is also available for the hard of hearing and the deaf. A new addition to the clinic is the audiometer, which is used to detect hearing deficiency. Connie Dunning operates language master to improve pronunciation. Nora Alsaker uses paper men to illustrate a point as Miss Patricia Green looks on. Mrs. Linda Ruffolo shows Richard Budzik how to operate audiometer to test Dave Cavallo ' s hearing. from varied theory and method courses Mr. Kenneth Spiroff, Mr. Richard P. Ulrich, Mr. Jon A. Hawthorne. Mr. Jerol E. Andres offered . Mr. Harold P. Owen Dr. Ervin Schmidt Mrs. Carol Collins counsels one of her students. Education Department Prepares Students For Careers In Teaching The Education Department continues to function as one of the most dynamic on the Elmhurst campus. Indicative of this highly instructive and always adaptive approach to teacher education, the in- terim offerings involved participation of students in actual school environments and also allowed investigation of the of- ten neglected area of adult education. A special honor came this year in the form of national accreditation; this distinction was granted to a few select schools across the United States. Miss Maryann Heidinger 78 Dr. Ashley Rose Narrow streets are characteristic of the ancient city of Jaffa. Rev. Donald Stoner Theology Students Learn About Biblical Heritage In Israel In addition to preparing pre-theology stu- dents for advanced work, the Theology Department seeks to enlighten all stu- dents of the relationships between Chris- tian faith and the contemporary world through the required course. Biblical Faith and Modern Man. For those stu- dents who seek a deeper understanding of the Christian faith, the department offers doctrinal courses, such as Contemporary Christian Thought and courses with Faith and Culture. Included in this group are Ethics, and Theology and the Arts. An entire curriculum designed for those who wish to enter the field of Christian Educa- tion is available. A highlight of the de- partment ' s offerings this year was the in- terim trip to Israel. Twelve students, along with Dr. Rose, toured Jerusalem, the Jordan River Valley, the Dead Sea, and the Sea of Galilee. Emphasis was on how the cultures of these lands contri- buted to the Biblical heritage that has been passed down to us. Keith Weiland and Rich Reinwald enter the Holy Sepulchre Church, which is located in Jerusalem. J y Tiede and Rich Reinwald inspect the rocky shore of the Dead Sea. Dr. Peter Schmiechen . Ariane Devaud E.G. French Students Go To France In January 1970, nine Elmhurst College students along with Mr. Audion des Cartier, spent three weeks touring France. Fascinated by the historical charm and the exciting night life of Paris, they toured Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and the cafes of St. Ger- main des Pres. After six days in Paris, they went through the Loire River Valley in the south of France. While in Payri- card, they had many chances to use their French as well as enjoy French-cooked food. Kathy Labovsky and Marilyn Micek enjoy a hearty laugh with their bus driver, left, and waiter. Mrs. Paulette Hatmaker O i Medieval ruins still attract tourists throughout Southern France. 82 Spanish Students View Spain During Interim The Elmhurst College Spanish depart- ment continues to serve the student who is fulfilling the one year language require- ment. In addition, those whose interests extend beyond the language requirement find varied courses through which pro- ficiency in conversation, writing and read- ing may be attained. Joining forces with Illinois Wesleyan University, nine stu- dents spent the Interim in Spain. They visited the Prado in Madrid, the Royal Palace, cathedrals in Toledo, and Seville as well as a lace factory in Granada and a wine industry in Jerez. Students had the opportunity to use their Spanish first hand in the shops and hotels. Mrs. Miriam Jones, Dr. Marie Wellington, Mrs. Jeanine Kallal Mrs. Marian Howie 84 Mr. John Brauer Mrs. Cecilia Bauma Students Of German Learn Language, Customs The German department hoped to take a group of students to the Fatherland over interim for invaluable exposure to the native tongue in the native land, but with great disappointment the trip failed to materialize. Hopes remain high, however, that a future interim will find E.G. stu- dents on the banks of the Rhine as the department continues to offer a wide variety of courses devoted to German literature and thought throughout the year. Dr. Burton Siegel Mrs. Emily Kirby Students Explore The Mind Exploration into the human mind and human behavior is the task of serious students of psychology. Among the many aspects of the science, Elmhurst offers experimental, clinical, and physiological studies. This interim the department joined forces with other departments to offer the students Psychology and Art and Psychology and Religion. Also of- fered was a course aimed to explore as- pects of group dynamics. Mrs. Jean Tracy discusses program witfi Tony Neylon. Mrs. Diane Mufson 87 Math Deals With Real And Abstract Students with a yen for the abstract and unknown find challenging courses in the E.C. Mathematics Department. In addi- tion to providing majors with a solid background in math through such courses as Calculus, Algebraic Structures, Differ- ential Equations, the department serves the non-majors who require a basic under- standing of mathematical concepts for their chosen fields. A special course for elementary education majors dealing with theory enables future teachers to grasp the true concepts of simple math equa- tions. The interim offerings this January included Introductory to Computer Sci- ence and Mathematics for Liberal Arts. Mr. Donald Mason Mrs. Dorothy Faegre 89 Mrs. Kerr enjoys listening to Mrs. Rogers at the piano. Elmhurst College ' s Music Department tries to serve every student at some time during his years at E.C. The music major and the general student can take courses involving Music Theory, History and Literature of Music, Music Education, and Applied Music. There is a style of music to satisfy every person ' s desires, from classical through church, to contem- porary. Choral and instrumental organiza- tions are available for those desiring added study and musical performances. Mr. Paul Westermeyer Mr. David B. Austin tA.,iiiimiiii —1 m I ir ft Dr. Karl Robert Mr. John Jurjevich Above, center: The entire group takes a look at the banana docks in Oracabeza. The market place in Montego Bay attracts many people on market day. 92 TALL Geography Department Spends Interim In Jamaica During the 1970 Interim, the Geography De partment sponsored a trip to Jamaica and Puerto Rico in cooperation with Car- roll College. Thirteen students from Elm- hurst spent fourteen days in the Carib- bean, enabling them to compare the cul- tural variations between the two islands. Not only did the students learn through actual experience, but they also returned with healthy suntans. In other areas, the Geography Department offers varied re- gional, systematic, and also technical courses which fulfill the social and natu- ral science requirements. Students can sit in the classroom and " take tours " throughout the world by studying the physical as well as cultural aspects of Europe, Soviet Union, Africa, or Asia. Two students inspect the rocks at Gelena Point. Mr. Paul Ries Mr. Jofin Bofinert 93 Dr. Charles England Dr. William Halfter Philosophy Induces Thoug ht All candidates for a degree at Elmhurst are required to receive an exposure to philosophy in the introductory course. For those students who thereafter choose to either major in the subject or to simply further pursue man ' s heritage of great thought, the department offers investiga- tions into ethics, esthetics, and other areas of contemporary and ancient philo- sophy. Similarly, the January interim was adapted to wider studies into such areas as oriental philosophy and seminars de- voted to provocative topics as Archaic Myth and Modern Science. The depart- ment strives to provide students with courses that incorporate all aspects of thought. E.G. Explores Economy For the student who heeds the challenge and inherent calculated competition of America ' s affluent society, the Econom- ics Department provides investigation in- to the complex factors upon which the nation thrives and functions. Thus offer- ings range from banking, labor and fi- nance to international economics in order to include the vast intricacies of a human economy. Mr. Robert Eaton 94 Nancy Kalk leads children in song at the Head Start Sociology Students Put Their Knowledge Into Action Program in Biloxi. The Sociology and Theology Depart- ments sponsored a new and unique in- terim this January. Seven students spent the month working at a U.C.C. mission in Biloxi, Mississippi. Besides doing various tasks around the Back Bay Mission, the students were given an opportunity to participate in the local Head Start Pro- gram, to go out into the community and meet people, and to attend the congres- sional hearings that took place in Biloxi the first week. Donald Langlas joins the children at daily nap time. Opportunities For Self- Expression Provided By Art Department The urge to create, whether with clay, pen and ink, or even marshmallows and straws is satisfied by the in-depth curri- culum of the Art Department. Recently expanded to a major, practical as well as theoretical and appreciative courses are offered. This year marked the beginning of African Art and African-American Art offerings. Students enrolled in the interim took part in field trips to supplement classroom lectures on the art of Japan. Mr. Theodore Halkin Mr. John Weber Miss Sandra Jorgensen encourages painter Richard Klingenmaier. Pat Behle, left, and Ruth Talley Berghorn learn to stimulate a child ' s interest in art with marshmallows. Art enthusiasts transfer to paper their impressions of model Sue Koch. The many moods of Father Groppi . . . Father Thomas Hayes, counsellor to deserters in Sweden. 4 Brother Joakim Marterano, Servite from St. Dominic ' s Church in Chicago. Rev. Jesse Jackson of Operation Breadbasket in Chicago. Religious Life Sponsors Retreat, Speakers The Religious Life committee sponsored a number of speakers as well as other forms of programming. Among the speak- ers were Columbus Salley and Ron Behm who spoke on " New Perspective on Black Theology, " Rabbi Richard Rubenstein, who dealt with " Technology and Eros, " Dr. Clark Pinnock who lectured on " Sit- uation Nonethics, " Dr. Fee of Wheaton College who discussed a " Gospel for Modern Man, " and Dr. Joseph Fletcher of the Episcopal Theology Seminary, who spoke on " Situation Ethics. " Other pro- grams included the Mid-Winter Retreat at Tower Hill Camp at Sawyer, Michigan where sensitivity training was practiced and the 400 Years of guitar concert by Gale Hunt and Leon Berkowski whose profits went to the Pan-American Health Service of Honduras. Dr. dark Pinnock, " Situation Nonethics, " of the Trinity Seminary. Mr. Columbus Salley spoke on " New Perspec- tive on Black Theology. " 101 C-l Life Sponsors Varied Programs The Cultural-Intellectual Life Committee fulfilled its traditional contribution to the campus activities by providing a wide and commendable variety of programming. This year ' s events included a production of " Cyrano de Bergerac " by the Pacific Repertory company, a lecture by the noted sociologist Dr. Bruno Bettelheim, and films ranging from the award-winning " A Man for All Seasons " through Poe ' s " The Raven " to the camp operetta " Naughty Marietta. " Don Bizer served as chairma n in ' 69-70. Dr. Bruno Bettelheim The Brash-SchreJter Bvo 102 1 Social Life Presents The Delfonics The Social Life Committee was con- cerned with the notoriously " ailing " social life on the E.C. campus. Remedies were offered in various guises: concerts by several top recording groups like the Delfonics and Tennyson Stephens, excur- sions to concerts and theatre offerings in Chicago, such as " Hair. " Two all-night parties in the Union, a weekend series of recent films including " Rosemary ' s Baby " and " Blow-Up, " and the much- publicized Preservation Hall Jazz Band helped to liven up the social scene. The campus seemed to respond favorably to the varied and active therapy. In charge of events this year was June Williams. Tennyson Stephens jazzes it up! And the beat goes on . Chris McNemey " clowns " around with children at the annual AWS circus. AWS Sponsors Sex Seminars The Associated Women Students experi- enced an extremely active year in 1969-70. In the fall a men ' s and women ' s fashion show was presented, and a series of sex education seminars were afforded the campus. In the spring the annual AWS circus entertained a host of young chil- dren as Rosie Phillips concluded her term as prexie. Experts spoke at the sex seminars. " Reproductive Processes " A speaker from Planned Parenthood. STOP Initiates Seminar on World Problems Students to Terminate Overpopulation and Pollution began its second year under the direction of a steering committee composed of Rich Katz, Mary Steeb, Nancy Kalk and John Meiners. Sponsor- ing was provided by STOP for speakers from the Isaac Walton League and Plan- ned Parenthood which included a film, " The Squeeze, " plus a debate on the DuPage County sewer bond issue for the benefit of students and the public. Join- ing forces with the DuPage County Inter- collegiate Eco-action Committee, STOP conducted Earth Day programming both at Elmhurst and at the Yorktown Shop- ping Center. Another major off-campus effort involved assisting the Campaign Against Pollution in Chicago fight Com- monwealth Edison, one of the city ' s big- gest polluters. A printed booklet dealing with the problems of Hunger, Poverty, and Overpopulation was the result of the student-initiated Interim seminar. An engrossed spectator, Connie Kehl. Mrs. Hastings of Planned Parenthood. l lr. John n torris, left, of the DuPage County Public Works, presented the affirmative while Mr. Robert Palmer, Elmhurst City Manager, took the negative stand on the DuPage County Sewer Bond issue. 107 108 Teh Calkins studies the latest edition of the Elm Bark Scott Princen, photographer, watches as Keith Schram, sports editor, does the layout. The campus newspaper, the Elm Bark, flourished during the first term, suspend- ed operations over the January interim, and made a delayed and rather sporadic return during the last term. Under the editorship of Bob Ullman, the Elm Bark provided news of athletics, social and academic events as well as an outlet for campus opinion. National news was also reported by the Elm Bark, with the last issue being devoted entirely to the United Strike Campaign. 109 World travellers Marilyn Micek, Marilyn Hinchley, and Kathy Labovsky pool their memories of their Interim abroad for the language layouts. Elms Presents An Eye On Elmhurst In their twice weekly meetings, the Elms staff pondered pictures and created copy to be ultimately designed into six-on-two modular column layouts patterned after Look and Life; this format was initiated into the Elms by editor-in-chief, Marilyn Hinchley. Following Marilyn ' s innovative pace, her fellow workers strove to com- pile an attractive, comprehensive annual reflective of an ever-growing Elmhurst and a quality-oriented yearbook staff. By literally keeping their corporate " Eye on Elmhurst, " the 1970 Elms staff produced a book as colorful and diverse as the new decade it opened at Elmhurst College. Scoff Mcllvain, Peg Waara. Alan Tronsen, and Dave Cavallo remember editor Marilyn Hinchley on her birthday with a chocolate cake. Peg Waara helps head copy writer Alan Tronsen meet the literary demands of the Elms. 110 1 ROW 1: Andy Szymanski, Pob Stott, Russ Andry, Gerry Skala, Bob Pindurski, Jim Balis, Jeff English, Steve Suslik, Tom Spriggs, Joel Throne, Bob Greig, Dan Smith, John O ' Bryan, Eric Keller, Kevin Kerrigan, Don Robinson, Tom Good. ROW 2: Jim Milkert, John Johnson, Richard Kirkbride, Don Hunsberger, Joe Smetana, Paul Umbeck, Larry Reynolds, Don Grote, Dave Jamba, Gary Kraemer, Tim Marsett, Bob Hutchins, Dale DeKok, Dr. Rose, Jim Sedgvi ick. TKE Goes National Starting their second year on the E.C. campus, the TKEs, Tau Kappa Epsilon, went national as of IVlay 2-3 as the Nu Zeta Chapter. Throughout the year, the TKEs aided the cancer and leul(emia drives, held several dances, and organized a Christmas party for the Elmhurst Me- morial Pediatrics Ward. A major evening of the year was the Installation Banquet at Josef ' s Restaurant. TKEs and their dates socialize at one of the popular TKE dances. 112 ROW 1: Joni Mayfield, Patsy Reiser, Elaine Hnatelc, Rlionda Larson, Kris Hermanson, Pat Kostal, Winnie Farley, Cathy Mosher, Bert Leveille, Donna Oku. ROW 2: Paulette Augustine, Judy Fodero, Kay Nickerson. ROW 3: Diane Vardalas, Merlanne Price. Not pictured: Sue Burdick, Char Blazevich, Sally Curtin, Carol Merrit. Hard work paid off as the float, " Ears to Victory " placed third. Retarded youngsters enjoy the annual Adelphae Thanksgiving party. 114 1 Ugly Man King Jim Templin rejoices with Mer anne Price and Catliie Mosher. Adelphae Participates In Social, Service Functions In their third year, the Adelphae followed a calendar crowded with activities. A- mong the social occasions were the hay- ride, the Pizza Hut parties, and the Christ- mas party. In the area of social service, Adelphae participated in the Leukemia and Heart Fund drives and sponsored a picnic for inner city children as well as a Thanksgiving party for handicapped chil- dren. Several events were, of course, limited to members only as was a cos- metics demonstration conducted by Yardley of London. PLEDGES: ROW 1: Robin Calkins, Kathy Harris, Jeanie Nolan, Jan Bloebaum. ROW 2: Kathy Goeke, Betty Hanfelder, Sandy Sexton, Fay Zuckerman, Lois Hayward, Mary Mazurk, Lin Schultz, Gloria Finn, Aea Chipain, Linda Cangiano, Pat McSweeney, Cindy Satterfield. Not pictured: Daphne Harris. Carol Stears receives her pledge pin. 1. Alison Gildersleeve 2. Shah la Moktarian 3. Karen Kroening 4. Carol Stears 5. Pam Par k 6. Ingrid Tschaker 7. Carole Carlson 8. Arlene Buric 9. Corie Becker 10. Judy Hagstrom 1 1. Lee Savitt 12. Joan Martin 13. Kathy Kinn 14. Gloria Wood 15. Diana Repa 16. Kaye Weideman 17. Peg Waara 18. Linda Stafford 116 O.D. Completes Second Year At E.G. The sisterhood of Omicron Delta spent its year in a bustle of activities. Their easy victory in the football game with Adel- phae proved to the O.D. girls that they had a promising year ahead of them. Omi- cron Delta involved themselves with such service projects as collecting for muscular dystrophy, selling doughnuts, and walk- ing for hunger. Their Christmas party. Spring Holiday, and dance were some of the social activities that added fun and enthusiasm to O.D. and helped establish them as a firm part of E.G. O.D. relaxes in the snack bar after a meeting. 000 O.D. sells doughnuts at the station. The girls listen intently at a meeting. Gifts are exchanged at the Omicron Delta Christmas Party. . Gary Cannata 2. Jerry Warnke 3. Jeff Lawrence 4. George Bergstrom 5. Jeff Thoma 6. Dave Holmes 7. Hank Dembosz 8. Mike Dougherty- 9. Jim Temp in 10. Tim Brennan 1 1. Dwayne Buturusis 12. Don Rudy 13. Gary Zakovic 14. Jim Condos 15. Bob Merz 16. Pete Mastro 17. Dave Greenstein 18. Dave Cullum 19. Pete Lum 20. Jim Brusveen 21. Bob Miller 22. Wally Kuston 23. Frank Cadematori 24. Cfiuck Purdom 25. Bill Caprel 26. Denny Kappen 27. John Teschner 28. Joe Scavuzza 29. Gordy Hollander 30. Bob Wick 31. Dan Richards 32. Dave Victor 33. Tom Ebsen 34. Mr. Chuck Schmidt, advisor 35. Mike Werner The Third Millenium was one of many dances sponsored by Praetors. 118 Praetors Contribute To E.C. Social Scene The Brotherhood of Praetors, in their third year of existence, firmly estab- lished themselves in all phases of cam- pus life. The " kick-off " dance was the first of three successful dances which enhanced the social life on the cam- pus. The Praetors did well in competi- tive fields, too, decorating Homecom- ing with a prize-winning float for the third consecutive year, and winning several intramural championships. It was a year of change for the organiza- tion. They adopted the Greek letters nPA as their initials and ratified a new constitution. Yet tradition was not forsaken as the Praetors continued monthly blasts. COMBINED PLEDGE CLASSES: SEATED: Gary Cannata, Dan Richards, Dave Holmes, Dwayne Buturusis, Frank Cadematori. STANDING: Bob Miller, Jim Condos, Wally Kuston, Jeff Lawrence, Mike Dougherty, Dave Greenstein, Tom Ebsen, Joe Scavuzza, Mike Werner. ' K V Members of the Praetors Softball team relax in the mall between innings. The Praetors ' Homecoming float copped an enviable second place. Alumni and active members get together annu- ally at a Homecoming dinner for a look at the organization ' s scrapbook. •I 1. Ed Andersen 2. George Wallies 3. Terry Templeton 4. Steve Cochran 5. Chuck Forster 6. Larry Evans 7. Justin Yedor 8. Mark Buck 9. Jim Evans 10. John Corbett 11. Jim Trench 12. Waily Trosen 13. Bob Dobsen 14. Tom Raspanti 15. Chris Bauch 16. Dennis Chun 17. Jim Quilty 18. Denny Patterson 19. David Cavalio 20. Steve Golden 21 . Mark Spetly 22. Dick Smith 23. Ron Meyer 24. Paul Lancaster 25. Jim Kreutzer 26. Carl Mueller 27. Tom Van Balkenburgh 28. Rod Smith 29. Scott Kerber 30. Dan Pletcher 31 . Kevin Herron 32. Steve Wohl 33. Ned Maida 34. Greg Makismuk Paul Lancaster, Terry Templeton, and Sunshine usher at the Jazz Festival. 120 Wally Trosen attempts to get a point for the Squire ' s volleyball team. Christmas Party Highlights Squires Activities Recognized on dress-up occasions by their green-emblemed blazers, the Broth- erhood of Squires continue to serve the college and community as a service orga- nization. This year, the Squires experi- enced the largest pledge class in their long and established existence. The Squires initiated activities such as the March of Dimes, The Food Drive for the Uptown Center, and several other service projects. Social highlights of the year included Homecoming activities, the annual boat ride and the Spring Social. Squires who initiated intrafraternal academic competi- tion were awarded the " Torch " for high academic achievement. Diversification, leadership, and scholarship will insure this group a predominant place on the Elm- hurst campus for years to come. V Roger Dahlstrom, disguised as Santa Claus, entertains at the party. Marguerite Hinchley leads members of Squires in " Joy to the World " on handbells. 121 Mother ' " Guys and Dolls " One-Acts " Family Reunion " Highlight Interim The Elmhurst College Theatre began its 1969-1970 season with the Homecoming production of " Guys and Dolls. " Follow- ing that highly acclaimed musical, the next offering was T. S. Eliots " Family Reunion " with the playlet " This Property is Condemmed. " In January, the student- directed one acts were the product of a one month interim course. Later in the semester, the Chancel Players toured with " Family Reunion " to San Antonio, L.S.U. and Oklahoma State. Frank Boyd served as student director to a company which performed to over 2,000 people on the tour. Then in May the season closed with the comedy " Oh Dad Poor Dad . . . " using a three slide stage. 123 ROW 1: Terri Glendon, Ted Hatmaker, Margue- rite H inch ley, Tom Clouser, Judy DeVore, Don Bizer, Pat Behle, Sarah Goenne. ROW 2: Deb- bie Vandermeer, Rich Reinwald, Pat Freeman, Ken Zimmerman, Leslie Kauppala, Jay Tiede, Marilyn Behle, Maurice Wimberly, Carole Eck- wall. ROW 3: Kathy Carson, Rick Rytel, Mavis Lund, Bruce Brieschke, Rita Walker, Georgy Elert, Jim Werner, Cathy Earnest, Ken Pagny, Diane Volkening. ROW 4: Chris Jans, Paul Izor, Mary-Ellen Biljes, Kathy Kinn, Bill Guten- swager, Sharleen Smith, Jeff King, Kathy Haef- ner, Debbie Eckman, Gordon Chamness, Joan Martin. Choir members prepare to load the tour bus. Chris ' s enthusiasm typifies that of Choir. 124 Choir Goes East on Spring Tour Elmhurst College Choir under the direc- tion of T. Howard Krueger maintained its yearly calendar, highlighted by the Christ- mas tour, local lenten concerts and a Spring Tour to New England. However, a feature did attach itself to Choir in the form of one quarter hour credit to participants. Pat Behle served as president and Marguerite Hinchley led the Chapel Bell Ringers through 69-70. Carole and Kathy join the other members, ready for Spring Tour. The Chapel Bell Ringers form an integral part of the Choir. 125 1 Mr. Austin . . . singing all the way! Glee Club Goes East On Tour The Men ' s Glee Club added another year and another chapter to its long history as an organization on the Elmhurst campus. Mr. David Austin continued to serve the men as director and accompanied them on their April tour through the Ohio Val- ley. The season also included a number of Chicago area concerts in which the Glee Club performed both sacred and secular music with skill and the fervor of mascu- line voices in song. The group ' s theme song, " Elmhurst Forever, " typifies their SP " " ' - Glee Club members plus one take part in jam session before departure. Mark Buck sports his special hat, a traditional garb for club members. 127 FRONT ROW- Barb Bought Karen Kieca, Karen Dauster, Connie Kehl, Nancy Kalk, Sue Ackemann. ROW 2: Mary Steeb, Sharon Dotson, Mary Jerome, Connie IVIueller, Chris Finger, Sharon Joseph, Carol Chamberlain,Jan Wilson. ROWS: Carta Sickbert, Nancy Gartner, Arlene Buric, Jan Woodward, Judy Kalkbrenner, Anne Fricke, Barb Lewis. Carol Stears sends off Kathy Billingham. 128 Poly Girls Greet New Director The Polyhymnia women ' s choir began its first season under the direction of Paul Westermeyer and the Poly girls were at once impressed with their new leader. Thus the traditional quality of musical performance was maintained and the series of local concerts and the annual spring tour — this year to the northern great plains — again highlighted a year of Polyhymnia activities. Do you know where we are going? All are packed to leave. Barb Lewis and Linda Bennett get the bus ready. 129 ROW 1: Debbie Krauth, Leslie Maclean, Gor- don Hollander, Bill Stonitch, Kathy Goeke, Hae Holt, Carol Chamberlain, Kathy Goebel. ROW 2: Peg Colligan, Mary Beth Rich, Paul Wolfe, Darlene Danks, Fern Wimberly, Sharon Tapp, John Engman, Christie Staddle, Barb Lewis, Georgi Elert, Phyllis Schoewe. ROW 3: Jeanne Baxter, Cheryl Knapp, Marilyn Walton, Quilton Lang, Janis Huntley, Mr. Robert Moore, Dick Staddle, Bob Atkins, Richard West, George Jacobs, Bonnie Benning, Gene Buer, Pat Lay. ROW 4: Leroy Klemm, Richard Hansen, Greg Russell, Mike Carstens, Norm Granback, Mr. James Sorensen, Joan Miners, Jay Tiede, Gary Ofenloch, Bob Chamberlain, Bruce Holms, John Redfield, Dennis Dahn, Vic La Verde, June Williams, Scott Princen. Standing at attention, the Band awaits the football team. Band members practice to perfection. 130 1 L Band Presents Diversified Activities The Elmhurst College Band brightened the football season with its half-time marching routines; the culmination of these efforts was the Homecoming show, " Talk to the Animals. " As the year prog- ressed, the annual Winter and Spring con- certs offered entertainment to the college community. In March, a recruiting tour through Wisconsin and Illinois displayed E.C. ' s band ' s prowess to high school audi- ences, and the traditional open air con- cert on Spring Weekend concluded an eventful year for the high-spirited band. The Band adds spirit to home basketball games. 1 f 1 m mmwmm 131 Marilyn Walton completed her second year as vocalist for the group. Jazz Band Participates In Interim Workshop Under the direction of Mr. Robert Moore, the Elmhurst College Jazz Band functions as part of the concert band. In addition to touring with the band, the Jazz Band participated in the Midwest Intercol- legiate Jazz Festival held at Elmhurst. A special Jazz Workshop was conducted during Interim in which professional jazz musicians taught in seminars. A highlight of this year ' s activities was the assistance by Richard Abrams, a noted Black jazz musician. 132 ROW 1: Scott Princen, Kevin Kerrican, Tom Raspanti, Gregg Hoffenkamp. Tom Schmidt, Craig Mernitz, Phil Murdocl , Keith Schram. ROW 2: Greg Stack, Bob Gibbs, Don Elfvin, Terry Stephens, Will Eagleson, Russ Weigand, advisor. ROW 3: Ron Stuart, Don Stuart, Steve Bandy, Greg Gills, Dave Caraker, Mike Radzi- lowsky. Dale DeKok. ROW 4: Vic Mills, Jim Roberts, Steve Bradford, Bob A tkins. E-Club Honors Uncle Pete Among the many service projects con- ducted by the E-Club were the organiza- tion and publishing of the football and basketball programs as well as ushering at the basketball games. The Playboy Dance will be held in the fall, the football raffle came on Homecoming weekend, and the weekly meetings were on occasion con- ducted at Shakey ' s. Thirteen pledges joined the group, and all members attend- ed pro-basketball games, in the spring, E-Club organized the student workers for the E.I.I, and selected the queen and her court. A major presentation by the group came in the form of the sign on the victory bell that designates the Langhorst Athletic Field in honor of Uncle Pete Langhorst, longtime coach at Elmhurst. Keith Schram and Craig Mernitz decide on placement of letters for the naming of the a, after Uncle Pete Langhorst. 134 R. Stuart, G. Stack, and D. Stuart obediently respond to initiation pranks. 135 1. Hal Holt 10. Terri Glendon 2. Barb Lewis 11. Linda Reinshagen 3. Gerrit Greve 12. Ross Peckat 4. Jim Higgenson 13. Lou Tarsitano 5. Kerry Tesky 14. Pat Usher 6. Joe Rockey 15. Kathy Duzen 7. John Heisler 16. Jim Quilty 8. Cindy Goeman 17. Joani Mortin 9. Bruce Benkhart 18. Karen Kieca Nancy Carlson 136 Gale Hunt Students find the Harbinger relaxing after a hard day of study. 137 The Harbinger is also used for intensive lectures and discussions. Harbinger Presents Its Various Sides There are many faces to Harbinger Coffee House— many moods, people, types of music, topics of discussion. In one day the basement of Kranz Hall may see professors and students lecturing, discus- sing, listening, in an air thick with smoke and comments. Films and slide-projector presentations are given while everyone lounges on the pillows ... or gazes at the multi-colored carpeted floor or at the latest poetry written on the wall. Later in the day, a rock band may be rehearsing and at night during the week, all sorts of meetings are held . . . but on weekends the Harbinger features music and enter- tainment from folk to rock-amid pil- lows, cigarettes, cider, and animal crack- ers. The Harbinger also sponsors a hugh annual folk festival in the spring and is always a place to do your own thing. Gerrit Greve served as the general mana- ger through the 1969-1970 year. B.C. Geographical Society Officers: LeRoy Jozwial , President; Judy IHagstrom, Treasurer; Scott Kolar, Vice-President. BACK ROW: Mr. John Jurjevich and Dr. Karl Robert, Advisors. Geographical Society Co-Sponsors Earth Day The Elmhurst College Geographical Soci- ety sponsored a series of slide-lectures that dealt with areas of the world such as West Germany, Latin America and Africa; John Jurjevich of the E.C. faculty pre- sented his own slides of Africa. There was also a field trip to southern Wisconsin plus an aerial trip over the glaciated topo- graphy of that area. The society also joined S.T.O.P. to co-sponsor Earth Day activities on the E.C. campus in April. Young Republicans Attend Convention The Elmhurst Young Republicans spent an active year in 1969-1970; members of the group attended the Illinois College Republican Federation convention in Springfield and the Midwest College Re- publican Federation at Indianapolis. Other activities included the selling of honorary memberships to local stores and politicians and publishing a club newslet- ter. The group participated in the cam- paigns of Gene Hoffman, State Represen- tative and Senator Jack Knueffer and Young Republicans: SEATED: John Thoma, Charles Cosimano. Al West, Pam Park. STANDING: gained field experience. Nicholson, Bonnie Hayes, Stephanie Owen, Susan Elenz, Ron Martin. 138 1 SEA TED: Marilyn Walton, C I; Marilyn Hinch- Greve, Harbinger, Maureen Bubert, Secretary; Chairman; Drew Daubenspeck, ley. Elms; Mary Ellen Biljes, Religious Life; Mr. Bob U II man. Elm Bark; Dave Hagerbaumer, Bizer, C-l. Jim Cunningham, C-l. STANDING: Gerrit Union Board Sponsors " The First Edition " Nancy Kaszak and Floyd Jeter consult their notes before Nancy ' s speech. Ann Smurlo delivers the affirmative. Debate Team Takes Third In EC Tournament Backed by their new coach, Mr. Donald Juday, the E.C. debate team advanced to the quarter finals of the Illinois Forensic Association tournament, defeating five colleges. In the oratory section. Bob Aid- rich took fifth place with his speech dealing with racial problems. This year marked the induction of six new mem- bers into Pi Kappa Delta. The debate team hosted a twenty-two-school tourna- ment at Elmhurst, copping third place. Samuel Palermo was presented with the best speaker award. This year ' s topic was Resolved: That the federal government should grant annually a specific percent- age of its income tax revenue to the state governments. Members of the debate team include Nancy Kaszak, Ann Smurlo, Christ Troupis, John Meiners, Kenneth Threet, and Kathy Goeke. SEA OFFICERS: STANDING: LeRoy Jozwiak, Vice-President; Len Pergander, President; Pam Wilson, Social Chairman; Russ Andry, Publicity Chairman; Helena Sengstacke, Membership Chairman; Debbie Bluett, Secretary-Treasurer. SEA TED: Dr. Peter Pierro, Advisor. Dr. Martin Sikorski, " Perceptually Handicapped. f 9 f •« V I " ■J ... SEA Prepares Teachers The Student Education Association, made up mainly of education majors, seeks as its aim the professional dev elop- ment of teachers. To achieve this goal, various programs are presented through- out the year. Featured this year was a two-part series on sex education in the schools. Mr. Thomas Sutton spoke against such a program, and Mr. Al Boyson voiced in favor. Dr. Ray Traub lectured on the integration policy in Evanston, Illinois schools. Dr. John Gibson pre- sented a program on Vocational Educa- tion. " Mock " teacher interviews were set up to aid students in gaining poise at job interviews. An annual banquet-seminar is held in which students can speak with alumni and learn of their experiences. This year the officers attended the Stu- dent Illinois Education Association con- vention held in Springfield. The SEA typifies Elmhurst ' s ability to prepare Phil Coran presents a musical night. Black poetess, Carolyn Rogers, reads and dis cusses her art with students. B.LO.C. Meets Interests, Needs Of Black Students Among the programs sponsored by B.L.O.C. were Phil Coran, a musician from Malcolm X Community College, Gylan Kahn, a black poet, Mrs. Betty Shabazz, widow of black leader Malcolm X, and several political awareness films including " American Revolution No. 2. " The O ' Hare Congress Inn was the scene of " Onyx " a dance held during Home- coming Weekend. A tutoring project in the inner city grew out of the interim course, " Black Empowerment. " Other events included a trip to the opening cere- monies of the Malcolm X Liberation Uni- versity in Durham, North Carolina, poetry readings in the Harbinger and in- tramural activities. 142 Reception Is Highlight Of Black Arts Fair During March a reception for African artist Osse Osadebe was held in conjunc- tion with a display of his paintings an d artifacts. Hailing from Nigeria, Mr. Osadebe depicted the folk lore and archi- tecture of his native land. Many E.G. stu- dents attended the reception and got a chance to visit with the artist. Interest ran high during the month-long display, as many paused between classes to take a look. Artifacts of Osse Osadebe on display. Students enjoy the paintings of young Blacl artists from tiie Art Institute of Chicago. 143 Drew Daubenspeck, Station Manager; Dan Smith, Program Director; Laurie Zielinsid, Music Director. Bob McGehee, Production Director. WRSE Innovates Split Broadcasting On AM and FM WRSE-FM, the campus radio station, of- fered another innovative year of broad- casting frorn the college union radio sta- tion. Programming was expanded to Sun- days and split broadcasting was initiated by airing dinner music on FM and rock music on AM from 5:00 to 6:45 P.M. A major non-radio project was the free, and therefore highly successful, WRSE party. Under the direction of Drew Dauben- speck, station manager; Dan Smith, pro- gram director; and Mike Fitzgerald, the chief engineer, WRSE offered varied musical fare, the nightly College-Com- munity hour, " Super Saturday " , and sportscasting for each of the various ath- letic seasons. Terri Hemmert, Leading D.J. 145 SEATED: Mr. Charles Schmidt, Dean Durst, STANDING: John O ' bryan, Vince Pinelli, Peg Dean Davis, Nancy Schultz, Joyce Davis. Warra, John Daubenspeck, Mr. James Cunning- ham, Dr. Pierro, Rev. Schieler, Justin Yedor, Al Wagner. Peg Warra, Nancy Schultz, and Joyce Davis, listen intently to discussion. Campus Life Council Fills Government Gap Dean Davis ponders a point made by a student member. 146 ROW ONE: Steve Jemison, Doug Peine, Sharon Tapp, Mrs. Linda Buffalo. ROW TWO: Dr. Jotin A. Jump, l lr. David Lindberg, Dr. Royal Schmidt, Dr. Karl Robert, Mike Edwards. Joint Council Discusses Campus Issues ROW ONE: Pat Usher, Dr. John Ganchoff, Mrs. Rev. James Williams, Dr Rudolf Priepke, Dr. Robert DeRoo, Seth Smith, Mr. Robert Jeanine Tracy, Tony Boone, Rev. Donald Robert Clark, Rita Winters, Cathie Mosher, Dr. Swords. Stoner, Mrs. Paulette Hatmaker. ROW TWO: 147 One girl finds out that even the art of knitting can be a learning game. Two eager students keep Dan Bloesch on his toes for Saturday tutoring. Volunteers Reach Out The Volunteer Council originated on the Elmhurst campus as a result of the very successful evening of entertainment pre- sented by E.C. students at the U. of III. Hospital. The original project was the product of efforts by Brenda Stoize and Nancy Kaszak, and the large-scale project was headed by Brenda and Ann Smurlo. The expanded program includes the Sat- urday morning tutoring project and work with the DuPage County Mental Health Society, Ray Graham Rehabilitation Cen- ter and at the nearby Elmhurst Y.M.C.A. Sharon Tapp spends a rewarding time with three young girls and knowledge. A tableful of youngsters and Judy Miniclier tackle their studies. FIRST ROW: Mari Jo Baker, Sue Ackemann, SECOND ROW: Diane Yarosh, Nancy Kalk, THIRD ROW: Ram Makell, Joan LeClerc, Rosie Marilyn Holtzmann, Sue Ritter, Sandi Themely, Phyllis Schoewe, Pat Deem, Gloria Wood, Paul- Phillips, Kathy Clark, Sharon Galuszka, Jewel Pat Behle, Karen Kroening, Cathy Gottfred. ine Robertson, Kay Nickerson, Karri Jo Lash. Koopman, Pat Kraft McCown, Patricia Owens. Honoraries Bestow Award On Dr. Schade Ken Zimmerman, Thomas Schmidt, Greg Parsons, Mr. Robert Swords, Karl Miller, Tom Neu, Dr. Barclay, Tom Raspanti, Keith Schram. 149 W Jays Break Losing Streak! Vic Mills throws the perfect pass to an anxious Ted Mosier. Newcomers dominated both the offensive and defensive line-ups during the 1969 football season as the Bluejays fought back to a 4-4 record with four straight wins at the end of the year. But the leaders in statistics, for the most part, were old-timers. Ted Mosier, a speedy senior halfback, used the patented EC quick pitch to perfection, rambling for 745 yards in 100 carries for a neat 7.45 average gain. He also scored a record- tying ten touchdowns and totaled 62 points. Senior Don Robinson ' s 14 pass completions netted him a team-leading 291 yards via the airways in a season when no less than ten men attempted passes for the Jays. Chuck Purdom was on the receiving end of 16 of those tosses for 354 yards to reign as the team leader in those departments. On defense, Ham- merin ' Hank Dembosz accounted for 88 tackles and 92 assists. The senior line- backer led Elmhurst in both areas. Jim Roberts and Jim Evans, a pair of new- comers to the EC scene, intercepted two passes apiece while letterman Steve Filip- ski recovered three opposing team fum- bles. A hugh Homecoming crowd wit- nessed the Bluejays thirteenth consecu- tive loss, a 28-6 thrashing at the hands of Carthage, the eventual undefeated CCIW champions. From there, co-captains Dembosz and Mike Marsico and the rest of the Jays ripped through four oppo- nents, starting with Albert Lea, 18-7. In that one, Mosier equaled his three-touch- down performance of the losing cause at Carroll. Millikin fell, 32-13, as EC put an end to a string of 32 consecutive CCIW losses dating back to 1957. The Jays ' 52-16 clobbering of North Central repre- sented Elmhurst ' s greatest scoring out- burst since 1930. In the final game of the year at North Park, Coach Wendall Harris ' wishbone— T attack " snowed " the hosts under, 30-27 for a fitting end to a great comeback season. ROW 1: Doug Gorhman, Kevin Kerrigan, Larry Reynolds, Rick Lucero, Will Eagleson, Ted Mosier, Clarence Brister, Chuck Purdom, Don Robinson, Mike Redding, Leonard DeGan, Mike Werner, Dave Ohrn, Jim Roberts. ROW 2: Doug Daniels, Paul Stockert, Dave Chierco, Bill Caprel. Tony Graham, Rodney Moore, Duane Buturusis, Joe Smetana, Ken James, Tony Boone, Dave TerHark, Harold Towry, Jim Robinson, Frank Cademar- tori, Jim Evans, Coach Andres. ROW 3: John Bud is, Dan Smith, Hank Harrison, Tom Raspanti, Dennis DelNagro, Mike Marsico, Greg Hoffenkamp, Craig Mernitz, John Spooner, Don Stuart, Bob Gibbs, Ron Stuart, Vic Mills, Eric Keller, Bob Miller. ROW 4: Coach Spiroff, Steve Filipski, Redmond Clark, John Engman, Bob Atkins, Hank Dembosz, Tony Campanella, Steve Millard, John Tritt, Mike Dougherty, Dave Caraker, Bruce Kepner, Jim Olsen, Dennis Kappen, Dave Holmes, Steve Bandy, Tim Marsett, Coach Harris, Coach Ulrich. 152 153 I Co-Captains Marsico And Dembosz Lead Jays To 4-4 Season Engrossed in the action, John Spooner is una- ' of Coach Warren Phillips ' presence. Clarence Brister cashes in on running room for long yardage. We don ' t mess around! 155 Blue Machine Boasts A 17-16 Record E.C. ' s Blue Machine finished a winning season in Cross Country with 17 wins and 16 losses. Competing against strong teams, such as North Park, Augustana, and Carthage, the harriers placed 6th out of nine teams at the CCIW Conference Meet in Davenport, Iowa. The big runners for the Blue Machine this year were Jim Dowding and John Hall, who led the squad all season with first and second team places respectively. The team was very well rounded and had a lot of spirit which contributed to their success this season. Student Coach Pete Lum. John Hall and Steve Jemison pace each other during the Concordia meet FIRST ROW: Larry Ernst, Jim Dowding, John ROW: Coach Jon Hawthorne, Steve Jemison, Hall Bob Ullman, Larry DeRoo. SECOND Arney Phillips, Don Bizer, Terry Stephens, and 158 ROW 1: John Froeschner, Jim Peters, Jim Brusveen, Bill Hitt, Joe Siemianowski, Steve Elmhurst Opponents 67 Rockford 70 67 Augustana 79 85 Concordia 81 72 Carroll 70 76 Coe 65 68 Cornell 70 77 Millikin 76 78 Lake Forest 45 89 Carthage 85 60 Illinois Wesleyan 68 71 Lake Forest 48 68 North Central 70 72 III. Institute 65 of Technology 57 North Park 61 65 Augustana 84 83 Millikin 103 66 Illinois Wesleyan 77 91 Carthage 85 90 Wheaton 102 81 Carroll 74 63 North Central 68 74 North Park 88 Cochran. ROW 2: Keith Schram, Cat Saunders, Rick Leonhardt, Duane Thomas, Jim Trench, Steve Millard. Steve Millard defies opposing team member while looking for a man open. 159 Jays Win 10! Eight returning lettermen were joined by five bright newcomers as the basl etball Bluejays fought to a 10-13 record. EC ' s 5-1 1 CCIW mark was, however, not good enough to pull them out of a tie for the conference cellar. Jim Peters capped a brilliant career by adding three more honors to his repertoire: EC ' s Most Valu- able Player, CCIW First Team Ail-Star, and CCIW Free Throw Champion. His 21.7 season ' s average led the Jays again and he was joined by two others in double figures. Derrik Grove, who was unable to play the second semester, popped in 18.8 points per game and John Froeschner 10.5. Peters also led again in rebounds with 260. Cal Saunders, a fresh- man, pulled down 228, including a high of 21 against Augustana. Sophomore Jim Brusveen led the Bluejays in assists, handing out 74 passes for baskets during the year. Elmhurst scored at a 73.8 clip, but did allow their opponents to score 74.7 per contest. Peters and Keith Schram were the only seniors on the team, making next year ' s hopes even brighter. ROW 1: Doug Gorham, Greg Stack, Mark Harrison. ROW 2: Ron Stuart, Brian Benakos, Greg Gills, and Ron Stuart. Spetly, John Tritt, Mike Marsico, and Hank Rick Lusero, Keith Blake, Greg Hoffenkamp, Mike Marsico rides his opponent Wrestlers Cop Third In CCIW The 1969-70 wrestling season began at a slow pace for E.G., but picked up during January to go on to have the best season in its past thirteen years. Several new school records were set by our guys, along with the first two conference cham- pionships captured by Mike Marsico and Hank Marrison. With Greg Hoffenkamp and Mike Marsico ending their wrestling careers at Elmhurst College this year, the team closed its season with confidence of equal success the next season. 162 1 Tennis Team Grabs Third In CCIW Meet Coach Ed Ward ' s tennis team scrambled to a 10-8 dual meet record and grabbed third place in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin tournament at the season ' s end. Bob Shannon capped a fine 17-4 singles season with a first place finish in the CCIW affair. He and his doubles partner, Jim Kreutzer accounted for many of EC ' s points throughout the spring. Shannon was 12-9 in doubles play while Kreutzer notched a 13-8 mark in such action. Chuck Radulski managed a 9-4 singles mark as the Jays ' number three player. Second to Shannon ' s 17 wins was Rich Hotz, who garnered 10 wins to offset 11 losses during the campaign. 165 ROW 1: Sammy Green, Dan den, Don Stuart, Harold Towry, Larry Ernst, Terry Stephens, Freeman Jardan. ROW 2: Coach Andres, Art Dannenberg, Henry Johnson, Pat Lay, Gary Ofenloch, John Engman, Ron Stuart, Redmond Clark, Steve Filipski. Terry Stephens runs in a close race. Ted Mosier competes in the long jump com- petition for the Jays. 166 High-flying Art Dannenberg broke several Elmhurst records this year. Jays Take 2nd in E.I.I. February 27 North Central Quad 3rd Place March 1 1 Carthage Quad 4th Place March 14 Midwest Indoor Track Meet 6th Place April 1 1 College of DuPage 75 Elmhurst 61 April 15 Elmhurst 86% Olivet 60 ' A Carroll 54 North Park 36 Judson 16 April 18 III. Wesleyan Invitational 3rd Place April 21 Millikin 71 Elmhurst 69 Olivet 59 Ceo. Williams 51 Judson April 25 Carthage Invitational 4th Place April 28 Illinois Wesleyan 2 Elmhurst 71% Concordia 59 Geo. Williams 36 ' % Lake Forest 25 May 2 Beloit Relays 440 IH Art Dannenberg 1st Place 480 Shuttle Hurdle Relay 1st Place , Art Dannenberg Harry McCord Sam Green Harold To wry May 8 and 9 CCIW Con fere nee 5th Place May 16 Elmhurst Intercollegiate Invitational nt Place B Division 167 E.I.I. Court: Sherrie Kolseth, Jeanne Baxter, Jan Bloebaum, Laurie Swanson, Helen Radzilowsky. The E.C. cindermen turned in a com- mendable performance this year. The mile relay team consisting of Engman, McCord, Edwards, and Johnson placed 2nd in the CCIW meet with a new school record of 3:24.3. Steve Filipski nabbed 2nd place in the shot put and discus competition while Art Dannenberg was 5th in the 120 yard high hurdles and number one in the 440 yard intermediate hurdles. At the E.I.I. John Engman placed 2nd in the long jump as Filipski took the honors in the discus and shot put. Strong finishes by Iden, Johnson, Towry, and Dannenberg enabled Elm- hurst to grab 2nd place in the meet with 37 points. Steve Filipski gets more than a medal from Jan Bloebaum for his first place finish. 168 Johnson, Dannenberg MVP ' s Henry Johnson is first to break the rope in the mile relay. Mike Edwards hands off to Pat Lay for another lap in the mile relay. Sammy Green displays his style in the broad jump competition. It ' s up and over again for Don Stuart. 169 Vf--, ROW 1: Craig Arend, Peter Drogos, Craig Mernitz, Coach Owen. ROW 2: Bill Whiston, Craig Smitti, Paul Wukasch, Randy Riley. Linkmen Post 5-3 Dual Record Returning lettermen Bill Whiston, Craig Smith, Randy Riley, and Craig Mernitz along with some newcomers, managed to squeeze by Carthage and rout Lake Forest during the 1970 season. Five golf- ers qualified for the CCIW meet, resulting in an eighth place finish for the Jays, out of nine places. The linkmen ' s total strokes of 672 was not enough for a high finish. At the meet, Craig Arend shot a two-round total of 160; second best for EC was Pete Drogos with 164 followed by Paul Wukasch with 173. Despite the disappointing finish in the CCIW, the Jays posed their best record in recent years, boasting a 5-3 dual meet record. Most valuable player for the campaign was Sophomore Pete Drogos. 170 ROW 1: Bob Miller, Rick Leonhardt, Jim Roberts, Lou Materre, John Cannata, Jim Brusveen, Dave Aggen. ROW 2: Dave Victor, Skip Haak, John Chvatal, Dan Lacine, Joe Siemianowski, Larry Reynolds, Keith Blake, Coach Havnhorne. Jim Brusveen brings in a run! Elmhurst Oppon 8 Georgia State 4 6 Atlanta Baptist 2 4 Berry 3 4 The Citadel 1 2 The Citadel 1 5 South Georgia 0 7 Abraham Baldwin 8 6 Aurora 3 8 Carthage 2 6 Carthage 8 0 III. Wesleyan 1 5 III. Wesleyan 8 3 Augustana 1 3 Augustana 2 0 Carroll 3 2 Carroll 4 1 Millikin 0 5 Millikin 4 0 North Park 1 2 North Park 4 6 Lake Forest 5 4 North Central 3 3 North Central 2 1 Wheaton 2 3 Wheaton 4 172 Baseball Team Ranks Fifth Riding the strong right arm of Jim Roberts, the baseball Bluejays rang up a fifteen win season. Elmhurst dropped ten contests during the spring, including nine losses in their sixteen-game CCIW sched- ule. The Jays ' 7-9 league mark left them in a fifth place tie in the nine-team con- ference. Roberts led EC in seven pitching departments. He allowed only five earned runs to cross the plate during 73 2 3 innings of work for a remarkable 0.63 earned run average. He started and com- pleted nine games while racking up 67 strike outs. His six wins led the staff, although junior Rick Leonhardt had the best winning percentage with his 4-0 rec- ord. Senior Dave Victor ran second to Roberts in innings pitched, ERA (2.18), strike outs (40), starts (7), and complete games with six. Another good pitching job results in a strike out. ' Roberts also led in seven hitting depart- ments, topping the team in at bats (80), hits (19), runs (14), doubles (3), triples (2), home runs (2), and total bases (32). Chuck Purdom copped the batting title with a .310 average and led the Bluejays with a .404 slugging percentage. The junior outfielder injured his leg with 1 3 of the season remaining. The only other player to lead in two areas was Bob Mil- ler. His 23 walks and 42 times on base gave him the lead in those phases of the game. The Jays regular catcher, John Chvatal, led the team in stolen bases. Freshman Joe Siemianowski drove home 13 teammates, leading EC in RBIs. Also, his 18 hits gave him a close second to Roberts. Skip Haak tied Roberts for the lead in triples with three. Coach Jon Haw- thorne ' s club loses only two members, co-captains Dave Victor and John Can- nata from this year ' s cast. Thanks to fast action by catcher Larry Reynolds, an opposing team runner is out at home. 173 Janice Dawson, Linda Kohl. Deb Biersach, captain, Vicid Mattier, Kathy Labovslcy, Jofin Zemblidge, Laurie Swanson, Leslie O ' Brien, and Sherrie Kolseth. We Don ' t Mess Around — Hey ! ! The cheerleaders put in many long hours of practice throughout the entire football and basketball seasons in an attempt to look their best. Working to solve the problems of creating an enthusiastic school body, they tried their hardest to stimulate spirit at the games. Their new uniforms enhanced their appearance on the court and with cries of " We don ' t Mess Around " this year ' s squad cheered the Jays on to many a victory. Let ' s have a " V " for victory. Jays! I 174 175 Athletic Life Sponsors Intramurals Interest ran high in this year ' s Intramural programs. Under the direction of Athletic Life Chairman Harry Bucy, the IM pro- gram consisted of flag football, basket- ball, volleyball, and softball. The big win- ners were Praetors in football. Playground in basketball, and faculty in volleyball. In the women ' s division, headed by Debbie Krauth, BLOC was the champ in basket- ball and volleyball. The E.C. Athletic Life Committee also sponsored busses to away games as well as excursions, enabling fans to see the Chicago Bulls and big name teams, such as Duquesne vs. Notre Dame and Loyola Ramblers vs. the UCLA Bruins. Debbie Gage awaits results of shot. 177 Women ' s Team Competes In Invitationals The women ' s Tennis team completed a successful season competing against teams from throughout the state. Starring as E.C. ' s exceptional talent on the court, Charlotte Scott took second place at the Chicago Circle Campus Invitation Sec- tional Meet and reached the quarter finals at the Millikin University Invitation. Competition in the latter contest includ- ed 100 girls from 20 colleges in Illinois, in girls from twenty colleges and universities in Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa. ROW ONE: Charlotte Scott, Cindy Scott, Miss Eileen Hackman, Nancy Richards, Debbie Krauth, Paulette Augustine, manager, Sandy Janowiak, Kris Hermanson. Charlotte Scott shows the form that enabled her to make quarterfinals. Elmhurst 4 Olivet 4 Aurora 3 Lake Forest Opponents 1 1 1 Sandy Janowiak does her own thing on the tennis courts. 178 Karate Club Provides Enjoyment In Club Members warm up with a kick maneuver. Fl ' d Sherman attacks Instructor Gerdy. FRONT: Richard Gerdy. ROW 1: Michael Weinberger ROW 2: Arney Phillips, Richard Kirkbride, Jerry Miklos, and Art Dannenberg. Leach, Dale Sherman, Richard Sherman, Karl 179 SENIORS Senior Class Officers: Seth Smith, Vice-President; Teri Call ins, Secretary; Pat Kraft, Treasurer; Mil e Radzilowsky, President. The opening of the new decade also opened a new chapter in the lives of the class of 1970. For the survivors of the freshman class of 1966 and others who have joined the class through the four years since, the Elmhurst experience can be summarized as a source of fond memories as well as a preparation for future careers, educational pursuits and a personalized life-style. Ruth Allison Nora Alsaker Russell Andry Sandra Angelacos Elementary Education Speech Correction Business Administration Elementary Education 182 Patricia Behle Polly Benedict Linda Bennett Albert Bergeron Elementary Education Speech Correction Biology Geography Ruth Talley Berghorn Judy Betz Leronna Brackin Sharon Brasu re Elementary Education Psychology Biology Physical Education Timothy Brennan Steven Brown Marian Bruss Bernard Buchanan Psychology Mathematics Elementary Education Biology Paula Calabrese William Calahan Teri Calkins Thomas Carlson Sociology Psychology Mathematics Business Administration 183 Kay Carpenter Robert Chamberlin Gordon Chamness Rondy Charanvas History Music Physics Sociology Rolanda Cislak Melody Cismesia Marcella Clark Sherry Cordes Spanish Elementary Education Elementary Education Spanish Robert Crozier History Susan Cullom English David Cullum History Sally Curtin Elementary Education Gregory Cuyjet Patricia Deem Albert Deibert Valerie DePinto Psychology Elementary Education Psychology Elementary Education 184 Barbara Dodds Physical Education Sandra Doenges Biology Daniel Drake Business Administration Lawrence Eckholm English Sharon Ehlers Elernentary Education Dale Eltoft Psychology John Engman English Rosemary Episcope Elementary Education Mark Erickson Political Science Candace Ernest Sociology Mary Jo Faye Elementary Education Joyce Ferlazzo Speech Correction Joanne Fiene Elementary Education Eugenia Flickinger English William Fraccaro Psychology Mark Fransioli Business Administration 185 Marlene Fredette Speech and Drama Steven Fry Biology Sandra Fujiwara Elementary Education Cynthia Gall Speech Correction Linda Gallagher Psychology Michael Gallagher Political Science Theodore Garriott Sociology David Gaskill Theology Judith Geen Richard Geib Sam Giarratano James Goebel Speech Correction Chemistry Philosophy Psychology Cynthia Goeman Norman Granback Charles Guengerich Jorlyce Gunkel Sociology History Chemistry Speech 186 Jacquein 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English Carol Merritt Psychology Cathleen Metskas Speech and Drama Keith Meyer Psychology Louis Miceli Psychology James Mickey History Booker Middleton Economics Gerald Miklos Chemistry Robert Karl Miller Philosophy 191 Marcia Milligan English Barbara Murphy Elementary Education Matthew Thomas Neu Biology Paul O ' Brian Elementary Education Thomas O ' Grady Sociology Donna Oku Spanish Stanley Orr Physics John Palm Business Administration Norman Park History Linda Partridge Sociology Dennis Patterson Political Science Meril Pattison Sociology Jeffrey Perry History James Peters Political Science Cheryl Petrowsky English Beverly Powell Sociology 192 Robert Pyrz Mathematics Michael Radzilowsky Mathematics Margaret Rasche Speech Correction Thomas Raspanti Biology Richard Reinwald Political Science Linda Riley Elementary Education Donald Robinson Chemistry Richard Ryberg English Alayne Sails Sociology Barbara Samuelson Speech Correction Saundra Sandvig Elementary Education Mary Schierenbeck Elementary Education Sandra Schirmang History Thomas Schmidt Biology Kathryn Schmitt Sociology Diane Schmutzler Elementary Education 193 Margaret Schneider Speech Correction Ronald Schoenbeck Physical Education Keith Schram Mathematics James Schultz Business Administration Virginia Sepanski Ashwin Shah William Siebert Anita SimI Mathematics Business Administration Business Administration Speech A Richard Singer Clifton Smiley Craig Smith Seth Smith Business Administration Psychology History Sociology 194 Steven Sonnenberg Psychology Valerie Spina Political Science Mark Stahlhut Sociology Pamela Strangeman Elementary Education Andrew Swiston Political Science Linda Tastad Music Mary Taylor English Helen Tazelaar Elementary Education Terry Templeton English James Templin Business Administration John Teschner Political Science Kerry Tesky Sociology James Thies Psychology Jeffery Thoma Business Administration John Thoma Political Science George Thomas Physics 195 Ken Thompson Richard J. Thompson Richard Tousignant Joel Throne Business Administration Economics Political Science History Richard Turek Marianne Uebele David Victor John Vrtiak English Elementary Education History Business Administration Nancy Wagner Patricia Walezak Yoshinari Watanabe lleen Weber Psychology English English Theology 196 199 202 SOPHOMORES David Aggen Paul Amberg Edward Andersen Connie Atwood Kathy Babych Carin Bacon Margaret Barry Chris Bauch Jeanne Baxter iVIarilyn Behle Kay Barney Denise Berri Deb Biersach Donald Bizer Paul Boostrom Helene Bralles Robert Breidenbaugh Jean Bryan 205 207 David Owen Leana Page Doug Peine Barbara Perkis Sharon Pietrowski Vince Pinelll Jim Quilty Maria Ransom John Redfield Gloria Rembert Susan Rice Dan Richards 1 211 FRESHMEN Jennifer Albee Laurabeth Ausili James Balis Scott Ballard Steve Bandy Barnette Gamble Gregory Black Daphne Blackburn Debbi Blair Keith Blake Jan Bloebaum David Bolin 212 Leonard DeGan Robert Dobson Robert Doner Elizabeth Downie Perri Ducklow John Dykes 213 Cathy Earnest Debbie Eckman Keith Ersfeld Margaret Eschenbrenner Gayle Fanter Susan Felski Kathy Goepel Steven Golden Charles Golly Tony Graham Sammy Green Stephani Griffiths 214 215 Cheryl Novak 217 John O ' Bryan Gary Ofenloch Jim Olsen Deborah Olson Alice Opryszek Robert Orpet A glimpse at student government. Daniel Rubino Dawn Rutkowski Cindy Setterfield Walton Seabrooks Dale Senese Sandi Sexton Joe Siemianowski Mark Simpson Ed Siwek Calvin Saunders Janice Schultz Steve Schultz Karl Seyfert Mark Shoop Caria Sickbert Richard Smith Rod Smith Ann Smurlo 219 Caroline Theus Kay Thiele Albert Thomas Duane Thomas Terr i Thompson Sharon Thurman Jay Tiede Jim Trench Christ Tropis Carol Tockstein Harold Towry Debra Vandermeer Marianna VanTellingen Tom VanValkenburg Lynne Varney Sandra Vistain Rita Walker Kaye Weideman Dori Weil Pam Weir Jim Werner Mike Werner Sharon Tuzik Brenda Veals Kathy Ventura Yvonne Walker Jerome Watkins Felicia Watson William Weber Richard West 221 Dave Wetzel Greg Wilharm Ruth Willis Rita Winters Bon Ita White Paul Wolfe Keith Wojtal Jan Woodward William Young Tom Zafiratos Lani Zdvoracek John Zemblidge Ed Zibrlda Donna Zielinski Denise Zolotar Fae Zuckerman 222 Senior Activities Alsaker, Nora: Northbrook, 111., Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4. Andry, Russell: Chicago, III., Newman Club 3, 4; TKE 3, 4; Student Committee on Academic Development 3; Library Committee 4; Student Education Association, Chairman 4; Transfer Orientation Committee 3; III. Young Rep. College Federation 3, 4. Angelacos, Sandra: Oak Park, III., Adelphae 4; Residence Council of Stanger Hall 3; Homecoming Court 3, 4; Bachelor Holiday Chairman 2; Second Century Fund Committee 4. Austin, Jane: Oak Park, III., Omicron Delta 3, 4; S.E.A. 4; Religious Life 1,2,3; Jr. Class Treasurer 3; Prom Court Co-Chairman 3; Elms 3. Austin, John: Oak Park, III., SCAD 2; WRSE 2. Avery, Cheryl: Reading, Massachusetts; Resident Council 3; Tutoring Project 1 , 2. Batura, Thomas: Argo, 111., Basketball 1, Intramural 1,2,3,4. Behle, Patricia: Baxter, Iowa, Choir 1, 2, 3, President 4; Bell Choir 1; Women ' s Honorary 4; Student Leader 3. Benedict, Polly: Rochester, New York; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; PASSION 3; Tutoring Project 1; Hall Government; WRSE; Wing Rep. 1; Legislative Board AWS 1 . Bennett, Linda: Canton, 111., Beta Beta Beta 3, Secretary 4; Polhymnia 3, 4; Tutoring Project 1 . Bergeron, Albert: Elmhurst, 111., Veteran ' s Club 3, 4; Geography Club 3, 4. Berghorn, Ruth: West Palm Beach, Florida, Theta Alpha Phi 3, President 4; Chancel Players; Recipient Presidential Award. Betz, Judy: Dupo, III., IDC 1, 2; CSA 3, 4; Resident Advisor 3, 4. Brackin, Leronna: Bensenville, III., Tri Beta. Brasure, Sharon: Hoffman Estates, III,; Transfer - Elgin Community College; Omicron Delta 4; Choir 1 , 2; SEA 4. Brennan, Timothy: Indianapolis, Indiana, Praetors 1, 2, 3, 4; Second Century Fund Committee 4. Brown, Steven: Lombard, 111., Freshman Orientation Committee 2; Se- nior High Day 2, 3. Bruss, Marian: Lombard, III., Adelphae; SNEA. Buchanan, Bernard: Bloomingdale, III., Tri Beta 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Honorary 4; Honor Roll 4; Biology Lab Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. Calahan, William: Niles, III. Carlson, Thomas: Broadview, HI. Carpenter, Ray: Villa Park, 111. Calkins, Terl: Rushville, New York; Women ' s Honorary 4; Elmbark 3, 4; Resident Advisor 4; Cheerleading 1,2,3, Captain 4; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Universities 4. Chamberlin, Robert: Des Plaines, III., Jazz Band. Chamness, Gordon: Belleville, III., College Choir 3, 4; Religious Life 3, 4. Charanvas, Rondy: Bangkok, Thailand; Campus Crusade for Christ 4; International Student Organization 4. Cislak, Rolanda: Glen Ellyn, III., Student Education Association 3, 4. Cismesia, Melody: Berkeley, III., Transf er 2; SEA 3, 4. Clark, Marcella: Westchester, 111.; Elms 3; SEA 3, 4;Young Republicans 3; Commuter Float Committee 3, 4. Cordes, Sherry : Freeport, 111. Crozler, Robert: White Plains, New York, TKE 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Student-Faculty Committee on Buildings and Grounds 3, 4. Cullom, Susan: Michigan City, Indiana, Cheerleader 1,2; PASSION 2, 3; S.T.O.P. 3; Teacher Education Committee 4; Choral Union 3. Cullum, David: Villa Park, 111., Transfer 2, Western Illinois University; Praetors Social Chairman 2, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Basketball 3; Development Committee; Second Century Fund; Sports Announcer WRSE 4. Curtin, Maureen: Laurelton, New York; Adelphae, Social Chairman. Cuyjet, Gregory: Bayonne, New Jersey, Foreign Relations Committee of BLOC 3; Entertainment Committee of Harbinger 3. Deem, Patricia: Webster Groves, Missouri; Choir 2, 3; SEA 3, 4; Resident Advisor 3; Women ' s Honorary Historian 4; Freshman Orientation 2; AWS; Judicial Board Rep. 1,2,3. Deibert, Albert: Westmont, 111., Transfer; Psi Chi; Sigma Pi, Publicity Chairman. De Pinto, Valerie: Melrose Park, ill., SEA 4. Dodds, Barbara: Elmhurst, III., Transfer 3. Doenges, Sandra: Glen Ellyn, III. Drake, Dan: Lake Zurich, III., Intramurals 3; Delta Mu Delta President 4. Eckholm, Larry: Chicago, III. Ehlers, Shari: Rockford, ill., SEA 4. Eltoft, Dale: Lombard, 111. Engman, John: Lombard, 111., Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1 ; Football 2, 4; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4. Episcope, Rosemary: Westchester, III.; Adelphae; SEA. Erickson, Mark: Lombard, III.; Squires 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 4; Football 1 , 2; Second Century Fund 4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. Ernest, Candace:Arlington Hts., III.; Religious Life Committee 4; Schick Hall Residence Council 2; Student Leader 3; Prom Court 3; Orientation Committee 4; Homecoming Court 4; Omicron Delta 3, Secretary 4. Faye, Mary: Schiller Park, III.; Transfer Northwest Missour i State College. Ferlazzo, Joyce: Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Sigma Alpha Eta, Sec; STOP; Tutorial Project; PASSION. Fiene, Joanne: Downers Grove, HI.; SEA. Flickinger, Eugenia: Downers Grove, 111. Fraccaro, William: Matteson, 111., Glee Club; Senate 1, 2. Fransioll, Mark: Elmhurst, 111., Transfer 1 ; Business Club 1, 2, 3. Fredette, Marlene: Oak Lawn, 111., Theta Alpha Phi 3, Sec. 4; Chancel Players 2, 3, Secretary 4. Fry, Steven: Wheaton, III.; Tri Beta. Fujiwara, Sandra: St. Charles, 111.; Athletic Life Committee; Polyhymnia; PASSION; Asisstant Music Director; Engineer WRSE. Gall, Cynthia: Forest Park, HI.; Sigma Alpha Eta President 4; Tutoring Project 2. Gallagher, Linda: Hinsdale, 111.; Transfer Rosary College 1; Psi Chi 3, 4. Gallagher, Michael: Oak Park, 111., Praetors Social Chairman, Secretary; Second Century Fund; Pi Gamma Mu. Garriott, Ted: Homewood, 111., Transfer 3; George Williams College. Gaskill, David: Bensenville, III., TKE Treasure 3, 4; SEA 4; Commuter Relations Committee; Football 1; Transfer Orientation Committee 3. Geen, Judith: Elmhurst, III., Sigma Alpha Eta Treasurer 3, Vice President 4. Geib, Richard: Franklin Park, HI. Giarratano, Sam: Chicago, 111., Transfer Loyola University; Praetors; Second Century Fund; Baseball Team. Goebel, James: Chicago, 111., Transfer 2 Parson ' s College; Psi Chi 3, 4. Goeman, Cynthia: Villa Park, III., Freshman Council 1; STOP 3, 4; Tutoring Project 2; Harbinger Operating Manager 1, Head Waitress 2, 3. Granback, Norman: Lombard, 111., College Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band 2, 3. Guengerich, Charles: Des Plaines, 111. Gunkel, Jorlyce: Des Plaines, 111., Commuter Relations Committee Trea- surer 3, 4. Gustafson, Jacqueline: Glen Ellyn, 111., Transfer. Hajny, Susan: Hinsdale, 111. Hall, John: Elmhurst, 111., Track 2, 3, 4; Elmbark 4; Cross Country 3, Captain 4. Hansen, Nancy: Chicago, ill., Polhymnia; Sigma Alpha Eta, Correspond- ing Secretary. Harris, Gregory: Arlington Heights, 111., Transfer Carrol College, Intramu- rals 2, 3; Phi Gamma Mu. Hartigan, James: Arlington Heights, 111., Golf, Psi Chi. Hayes, Bonnie: Winfield, 111., French Club 1, 4; Young Republicans 3, Secretary 2, 4; Internal Vice President 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2; Advisory Council on Graduate Studies 4; YAF Secretary 3. Heck, Robert: Freeport, 111. Heise, Barbara: Westmont, III. Heisler, John: West Chicago, 111., Coffee House 3, Trees, 4. Hemmert, Mary: Piqua, Ohio; WRSE 1,2,3, 4; Schick Hall Trees. Henning, Mark: Elmhurst, 111., Baseball 2. Hilton, Thomas: Bensenville, III. Hinchley, Marguerite; Hillside, HI., Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Bell Choir 2, Director 3, 4; Choral Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Elms 1, 2; Homecoming Committee 3; MENC 4. Hinchley, Marilyn: Hillside, HI.; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Elms 1, 2, 3, Editor 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges 4. 223 i Senior Activities I.; Transfer University of Illinois; Theta Alpha Transfer Whitewater State Universi- II.; Letterman ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Men ' s 3, 4; Wrestling 1 , 2, 3, 4. Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Band 1,2,3, 4. Hitchcock, Kay: Peoria, Phi, Chancel Players. Hnatek, Elaine: La Grange Parl , I ty; Adelphae 3, 4. .Hoffenkamp, John: Villa Park, I Honorary Society 4; Football 1 , 2, Holman, Bruce: Claredon Hills, III. Holtzman, Marilyn: Downers Grove, III.; Women ' s Honorary 4. Hotz, Roseann: Chicago, III.; Freshman Council 1; Social Life Commit- tee 2; Sophomore Class Secretary 2; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Omicron Delta 4; Resident Advisor 4. Howard, Joy: Elmhurst, III.; Omicron Delta 3, 4; Spanish 1 , 4; Commuter Relations 1 , 2; Ping Pong Tournament 2, 3. Jamba, David: Binghamton, New York. Jerger, David: Elmhurst, III.; Honorary 3; Religious Life 2, Chairman 3; Honor Society 3, 4. Johnson, Eric; Lombard, III. Johnson, Marie: Elmhurst, III.; Cheerleader 1; Homecoming Court 1; Homecoming Committee 2; Prom Queen 3; Voice Recital 4. Johnston, Roy: Elmhurst, III.; Praetors 1,2,4, Sergeant At Arms 4. Jones, Eugene: Cortland, New York; Cheerleading 1, 2. 1. ; SEA.; Graduate Study Comm. Christian Science Organization. II.; Omicron Delta 4; Choir 1, 2, 4; Bell 2, 4; International Club 1,2,4; Intramu- Kalinowski, Jessie: Elmhurst, I Karling, Francine: Chicago, III. Kinn, Kathy: Mt. Prospect, I Choir 1, 2, 4; Choral Union 1, rals 1 , 2, 4. Kling, Jeffery: Downers Grove, III., Transfer Hope College 1; Football 1 Track 1,2; Choir 2, President 3; Resident Advisor 3; Squires. Klingenmaier, Richard: Elmhurst, III.; Transfer Morton Junior College Veteran ' s Club Vice President 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu. .; SEA 3; Judo Club 1, 2, 3; Karate Club 3 Kmoch, Bruce: Lombard, Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. Koenig, Elsa: Havertown, Pennsylvania, Choir Committee. Kolar, Scott: Glen Ellyn, III., Transfer 2; Gamma Theta Upsilon Geo- graphical Society, Vice President. Koshewa, Carol: New Albany, Indiana. Kostal, Patricia: Downers Grove, III., Adelphae 2, 3, 4; Transfer 2; Intramurals; Scholastic Chairman 3. Kraft, Patricia: Hillside, III.; Psi Chi, 3, Secretary 4; Women ' s Honorary 4; Schick Hall Chairman; Second Century Fund; Student Campaign 4; Senate 3; Commuter Relations Committee Secretary 2, 3; Campus Awareness Chairman 3; Class Sec. 4. Krakora, Linda: Cleveland, Ohio; Psi Chi 3, Treasurer 4; PASSION 2, 3; Polyhmnia 1 , Kroening, Karen: Westchester, III.; Student Government Association 2; Women ' s Honorary 4; Panhellenic Award 3. Kucera, Cynthia: Riverside, III. Laitas, Jeanne: Metamora, III., Polyhmnia; Religious Life Committee 1; Band Sec. 2; Transfer Orientation 2. Lake, Raymond: Lombard, III,; Squires 1, 2, 3, President 4. Lammers, Lois: Dubuque, Iowa; SEA 4. Lange, Robert: Schoumburg, III. Larson, Linda: North Lake, II Laskowski, Eugene: Hillside, Latoria, Claudia: Villa Park, III. Leach, Mike: Oak Lawn, III., Elm Bark 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 2, 3; Karate Club 2, 3, 4; Young Amer. for Freedom 3, 4, Chairman 4. Transfer 3; SEA 4. .; Lab. Assistant 3. Transfer; Student Council; Cheerleader; Lima, Ruthanne: Glen Ellyn, Class Secretary 1,2. Lindblom, Linda: Addison, III. Livingston, Joe: Melrose, Park, III,; Honorary Society. Lulay, Gail: Villa Park, III, Lum, Peter: Garden City, New York; Praetors; Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Track 2, 3, E-Club. Lundgren, Ronald: Elmhurst, III. Lynch, Linda: Villa Park, III.; Psi Chi 4, Sec. Treas. 3; SEA 4; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Dean ' s Honor Roll 4. MakI, Donald: La Grange Park, III, Maronn, Bork: Blackburn, Missouri; Squires 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Senate 1, 2; Men ' s Honorary 3, 4; Freshman Council Chairman 1; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. Marsico, Mike: Elmwood Park, III.; Football 1, 2, Co-Captain 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; E-Club 1, 2, Pres. 3, Pledge Master 4; Sophomore Class Vice President; Academic Standings Committee 4. Martin, Carol: Rushville, New York, Martin, Melissa: Stevens, Pennsylvania, Judo Club 1, 2, 3; AWS 2; Tutoring Project 1, 2. Martin, Robert: Downers Grove, III.; SEA; Men ' s Honorary Pi Gamma Mu. Marvin, Mae: Downers Grove, III.; Transfer 2; Lyons Township Jr. Col- lege; SEA. Mastro, Peter: Oak Brook, III., Praetors; Football, WRSE; Second Cen- tury Fund, Mc Bryde, Maxine: Chicago, III.; Omicron Delta. Mc Daniels, Elinore: Needham, Massachusetts. Mc Masters, Cheryl: River Forest, III.; Transfer 3 Chicago City College; Elmbark; Tutoring Project; Homecoming Committee. Menzel, Raymond: Elmhurst, III.; Track Team 2. Merritt, Carol: Glenview, III.; Adelphae. Metskas, Cathleen: Bensenville, III.; Theta Alpha Phi Chancel Players; Who ' s Who in Amer, Colleges and Universities. Meyer, Keith: Park Ridge, III., Transfer 2; Young Republicans 3; Chris- tian Science Organization President 4; Religious Affairs Committee 4. MIcell, Lous: Lombard, III,; Men ' s Honorary; Beta Beta Beta; Psi Chi Vice-President; Baseball, Mickey, James: Chestertown, Indiana, Track 1; E-Club; Elm Bark; Campus Crusade for Christ, Cross-Country 1 . Middleton, Booker: Memphis, Tennessee, Black Leadership Organization; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Miklos, Gerald: Westmont, III.; Karate Club, Milligan, Marcia: Elmhurst, III. Miller, Robert: St. Charles, Mo.; Men ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Honorary 3, President 4; Glee Club Historian 2. Murphy, Barbara: La Grange, III. Neu, Matthew: Elmhurst, III., Tri Beta 2, 3, President 4; Men ' s Honorary 4; Resident Advisor 4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1 . O ' Brian, Paul: Normal, III.; SEA. O ' Grady, Thomas: Glenview, III. Oku, Donna: Bensenville, III., Adelphae 2, Secretary 3, Academic Chair- man 4; Transfer — Wayne State University. Orr, Stanley: St. Andre Sao Palol, Brazil, Campus Crusade for Christ; Camera Club. Palm, John: Elmwood Park, III.; Football, Wrestling, E-Club. Park, Norman: Berwyn, I II.; Transfer Morton College. Partridge, Linda: West Seneca, New York. Patterson, Dennis: Lindenwold, New Jersey; Squires 1,2, 3, 4; Committee on Student Affairs 2; Senate 1; Pi Gamma Mu; J-Board; Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universities Vice Chairman, Union Board. Pattison, Meril: Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania; Judo Club 2; Foreign Films 3; Cultural Life 1, 2; Elmbark 2; Senate Committee 1, 2; Yoga Club 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Psi Chi 3, 4; Women ' s Honorary 4. Perry, Jeffery: Summit, New Jersey; Praetors. Peters, James: Cicero, III.; Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Athletic Life Chairman; Union Board; Second Century Fund; Activities Council Chairman, E-Club. Petrowsky, Cheryl: Melrose Park, III., Transfer; Aws; Adelphae. Powell, Beverly: Chicago, III. Pyrz, Robert: Argo, III.; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 224 Senior Activities Radzilowsky, Michael: Chicago, III.; Squires; E-Club; Men ' s Honorary; Irion Hall Vice President 2; Junior Class President; Senior Class President; Track Team; Football Team; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Graduate Study Com. Rasche, Margaret: Belleville, III.; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3; Senate 1, 2; Cultural-Intellectual Life Committee 2; Union Board Sec. 3. Raspanti, Thomas: New Berlin, Wisconsin; Squires 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Resident ' Advisor 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; E-Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Men ' s Honorary 4; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Dorm Council Repre- sentative 1 ; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. Reinwald, Richard: Defiance, Missouri; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Riley, Linda: Bensenville, III.; SEA. Robinson, Donald: Rockford, III., TKE Historian 3, President 4; Resident Advisor 4; Football 1,3,4. Ryberg, Richard: Elmhurst, III. Sails, Alayne: Newtown, Pennsylvania, Pi Gamma Mu 3, Sec. 4; Sym- phony Orchestra 1 , 2; Planning Committee for Latin Amer. Con. Samuelson, Barbara: Chicago, III., Transfer 2; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, Recording Secretary 4. Sandvig, Saundra: Downers Grove, III.; Transfer William Jewell College; SEA. Schierenbeck, Mary: Addison, III., Transfer. Schirmang, Sandra: Franklin Park, III.; Commuter Relations 2, 3. Schmidt, Thomas: Elmhurst, III.; Men ' s Honorary 3, Sec. Treasurer 4; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, Vice President 4; E-Club 2, 3, 4; Elm Bark Photographer 3, Elms Photographer 3; Lab. Assistant 3, 4; Track and Field 1,2,3, 4. Schmitt, Kathryn: Kankakee, III., Polyhmnia 1, 2; Dorm Vice President 2; Resident Advisor 3; Admission ' s Committee 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges in Universities 4; Co-Chairman of Orientation 4. Schmutzler, Diane: Jefferson City, Missouri, Associated Women ' s Stu- dents 1, Vice President 2, 3; Religious Life Committee 1; AWS Judicial Board 1; Chairman 2; SEA 4; WRSE 1; Graduate Studies Committee 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. Schneider, Margaret: St. Louis, Missouri; Polyhymnia 1, 2, Assistant Business Manager 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4. Schoenbeck, Ronald: Elmhurst, III. Schram, Keith: Frankfort, III.; E-Club 2, Magister 3, Treasurer 4; Men ' s Honorary 4; Interdorm Council President 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; SEA 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate Parlia- mentarian 2. Schultz, James: Elmhurst, III.; Varsity Baseball 1, Co-Captain 2, 3, Captain 4; MVP 4; Intramurals 3, 4. Schumacher, Gerald: Villa Park, III.; Student Education Association. Sebastian, Walter: Lansing, III.; TKE; Golf 1 , 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4. Seiple, Rae: Elmhurst, III. Sengstacke, Helena: Chicago, III.; Delta Sigma Theta; AWS Legislative Board 3; AWS Judicial Board 4; Wing Representative 3; SEA Membership Chairman 4; Transfer — Kendall Jr. College, Evanston. Sepanski, Virginia: Lombard, III.; Women ' s Honorary President 4; Elm- hurst College Choir 3, 4; Handbell Choir; Chapel Bell Ringer; Resident Advisor 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; Program Chairman of Schick Hall 2; Inter Dorm Council Secretary 3; Home- coming Committee Secretary 3. Shah, Ashwin: Ahmedabad Gujarat, India. Siebert, William: Western Springs, III. SimI, Anita: Wheaton, III., AWS Executive Board 3; SEA 3; EC Theatre 3, 4; Judo Club 1,2; Class Council 1 . Singer, Richard: Glencoe, III. Smiley, Clifton: Elmhurst, III., Freshman Council 1; Commuter Relations Committee Assistant Chairman 3. Smith, Craig: Elmhurst, III.; Praetors 1, 2; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; TKE 3, Academic Chairman 4; Football 1; WRSE 1, 3; Elmbark 2, 3; Young Republicans 2. Smith, Seth: Scarsdale, New York, Judicial Board 1,2; Senator 1; Track 2; Resident Advisor 3, 4; Resident Advisor Coordinator 4; Vice-President Senior Class 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Sonnenberg, Steven: Crestwood, Missouri. Spina, Valerie: River Grove, III.; Pi Gamma Mu Vice President 1; Schick Hall Secretary 2; Schick Hall Wing Representative 1; Religious Life Committee 3. Stahlhut, Mark: St. Louis, Missouri, Men ' s Honorary 3, 4; Men ' s Glee Club 1 , 2, Tour Manager 3; Senate 1 , 2. Strangeman, Pamela: Hebron, Indiana, SEA; Religious Life; Tutoring Project. Swiston, Andrew: Villa Park, III.; Pi Gamma Mu Program Chairman 3, 4. Tastad, Linda: Rochelle, III.; Polyhumnia 1; Collegium Musicum 2, 3,4; MENC 4. Taylor, Mary: Oakbrook, III.; SEA 2, 3, 4. Tazelaar, Helen: La Grange Park, III.; SEA 3, 4. Templeton, Terry: Burlington, Iowa, Choir 1, 2, 3; Brotherhood of Squires 2, 3, Vice President 4; Cultural Intellectual Life 1; President of Niebuhr Hall 2; Drom Council of Irion 1. Templin, James: Northbrook, III.; Praetors 2, 3, 4, Social Committee 2, 3, Publicity Committee 4, Historian 3, 4; Irion Hall President 3; Dorm Council 2, 3; Social Life 2; J Board 3; Irioni Pagni Editor 2, 3; Intra- murals 1, 3, 4; Ugly Man 3, 4; Second Century Fund 4; Interdorm Council 3; AWS Circus 2. Teschner, John: Scarsdale, New York; Praetors 1 , 2, President 3. Tesky, Kerry: Merrill, Wisconsin, Women ' s Honorary Treasurer 4; Pi Gammu Mu 4; Illinois Sociological Association 4; Psi Chi 4; Symphony Band 1 , 2; Polyhymnia 1,2,3; Coffee House 2, 3, Secretary 4; Elmbark 1 . Thies, James: Elgin, III.; Squires 3; Choir 1 ; Campus Crusade for Christ 3, Thoma, Jeffrey: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Praetors 3, 4; Varsity Golf; Intramurals. Thoma, John: Lombard, III.; Young Republicans 4; Circulation Manager for Elmbark 1; Official Delegate from Elmhurst to Mock Con-Con Con- vention 3. Thomas, George: Franklin Park, III.; Epsilon Chi Vice President; Student Senate; Committee on Student Affairs. Thompson, Kenneth: Des Plaines, III.; TKE. Thompson, Richard: Elmhurst, III. Throne, Joel: Union, New Jersey; President and Vice President Epsilon Chi; Pi Gammu Mu; SEA; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Intramurals; Social Com- mittee. Tousignant, Richard: Western Springs, III.; Veterans Club; Honor Roll 1968-69. Trink, Pam: Chicago, III.; Adelphae; SEA. Tronsen, Alan: Elmwood Park, III.; SEA 3, 4; Young Republicans 1 ; Elms Yearbook 3, 4; Honor Society 4; First Prize Poetry Contest 3. Trosen, James: Burlington, Iowa, START 4; Men ' s hfonorary 4; Senate 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges an Universities 4; Resident Advisor 4. Turek, Richard: Brookfield, III.; Dean ' s List 1968 and 1969. Uebele, Marianne: Chicago, III.; SEA. Victor, David: Lyons, III.; Praetors 3, Academic Chairman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; SEA 3, 4; Men ' s Honorary 4; Second Century Fund; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3, 4. Vrtiak, John: La Grange Park, III.; Transfer University of Illinois. Wagner, Nancy: Chicago, III.; Psi Chi 3, 4; Freshman Council 1 . Walezak, Patricia: St. Louis, Missouri. Weber, lleen: Benton Harbor, Michigan, Women ' s Honorary 4; Residents Council 1; Resident Advisor 2, 3; Religious Life Committee 1; Cultural Intellectual Life Committee 3; Presidents Commission on College Gover- nance 4. Welch, Richard: St. Petersburg, Florida, Racism Study Committee 3; Religious Affairs Committee 4; START 4. Wells, Cecil: Aurora, III. West, Alan: Ballwin, Missouri. Willard, Patricia: Elmhurst, III. Williams, Elizabeth: Glen Ellyn, III.; SEA; Young Republicans; Transfer — Carthage College. Winslow, Janet: Bedford, Massachusetts. Wittenberg, George: Schiller Park, III.; Lab Assistant Chem Lab 2, 3, 4; ACS Student Affiliate. Yoshinari, Watanabe: Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Zappe, Thomas: St. Louis, Missouri; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band; Sax Quartet; Chancel Players; WRSE 1, 2, 3; Theater 3, 4. Zupan, Marty: Gurnee, I II. . 225 Faculty and Administration Index Albright, Mrs. Inga B. 57 Anderson, Mrs. Patricia A. 73, 122 Andres. Mr. Jerol E. 77, 152, 166 Austin, Mr. David B. 91, 127 Barclay, Dr. William R. 71, 149 Baumann, Mrs. Cecilia L. 86 Blum, Mr Meal R. 68 Bohnert, Mr. John E. 93 Brauer, Mr. John A. 86 Breummer, Mrs. Linda 61 Burdick, Dr. Walter E. Jr. 68 Clark, Dr. Robert J. 48, 147 Collins, Mrs Carol M. 78 Couchman, Dr. Gordon W. 70 Cunningham, Mr. James R. 56, 139, 146 Cunningham. Mr. Wence Jr. 54 Currte, Mrs. EInor 58 Darien, Miss Marina 69 Davidson, Mr. Arnold E. 71 Davis, Mr. C. Neal 55, 146 De Roo, Dr. Robert F. 147 Devaud, Mrs. Ariane 82 Dunning, Mrs. Ellen 58, 74 Durst, Mr. Gary M. 54, 146 Dutt, Mr. Vikram 65 Eaton, Mr. Robert C. 94 Ekren, Miss Marguerite M. 71 Elledge, Mr. Earl R. 25, 95 England, Dr. Charles D. 94 Faegre, Mrs. Dorothy G. 89 Failon. Mr. Keith A. 88 Fantozzi, Mrs. Marge 57 Feldman, Dr. Michael 79 Ganchoff, Dr. John C. 67, 147 George, Mr Melvin R. 59 Gieselmann, Rev. Roy 50 Glogovsky, Dr. Robert L. 66 Gorsic, Dr. Joseph 63 Green, Mrs. Mary 52 Green, Miss Patricia W. 75 Grobe, Miss Shirley Jean 59 Hackman, Miss Eileen M. 76, 178 Haifter, Dr. William J. 94 Halkin, Mr. Theodore 96 Hamilton, Miss Delores 60 Harris, Mr. Wendall 76, 152, 154 Hatmaker, Mrs. Paulette V. 82, 147 Hawthorne, Mr. Jon A. 77, 156, 157 Heidenger, Miss Maryann 78 Honour, Mr. John H. 62 Howie, Mrs. Marian B. 84 Johnson, Mr. Roy G. 51 Jonas, Miss Carol Jean 59 Jones, Mrs. Miriam B. 84 Jorgensen, Miss Sandra A. 96 Juday, Mr. Donald 72 Jump, Dr. John A. 62, 147 Jurjevich, Mr. John 92, 138 Kallal, Mrs. Jeannie 84 Kerr, Mrs. Margaret 91 Kirby, Mrs. Emily B. 87 Kistner, Mr. Glen A. 59 Kleckner, Dr. Donald C. 20, 32, 35, 46, 47 Kohl, Dr. Maybelle 64 Krueger, Dr. T. Howard 90 Lewis, Rev. Roger K. 51 Leader, Mr. Robert M. 71 Lindberg, Mr. David S. 69, 147 Low, Dr. Donald R. 72, 122 Marquard, Miss Barbara R. 54 Mason, Mr. Donald K. 89 Meseth, Dr. Earl H. 62 Miniclier, Miss Judith 19, 54, 148 Mittermeyer, Mr. Frank 63 Moore, Mr. Robert 130, 132 Moser, Mr. Alfred S. 79 Mufson, Mrs. Diane W. 87 Murata, Dr. Alice K. 58 Nathanson, Dr. Susan 74 Owen, Mr. Harold P. 77, 170, 171 Pierro, Dr. Peter 79, 141, 146 Pinch, Mr. Trevor 50 Priepke, Dr. Rudolf J. 66, 147 Prinz, Dr. Andrew K. 60 Ramseyer, Mr. Ray R. 50 Rasa, Mr. Gerald 53 Reschke, Mrs. Ann 56 Ries, Mr. Paul F. 93 Robert, Dr. Karl A. 92, 138, 147 Rogers, Mrs. Sharon Lynne 91 Rohden, Mr. Robert 73 Rose, Dr. Ashley S, 80, 112 Ruffolo, Mrs. Linda Lee 75, 147 Ryan, Mr. Robert 51 Schade, Dr. Rudolf 35, 36, 68 Schieler, Rev. Robert 81, 146 Schmidt, Mr. Charles A. 73, 118, 146 Schmidt, Dr. Ervin 78 Schmidt, Dr. Royal J. 69, 147 Schmiechen, Mr. Peter 81 Schousen, Mr. Walter 76 Scudiero, Mr. Dominic 64 Siegel, Dr. Burton 87 Skinner, Mr. Chads 52 Sorensen, Mr. James 90, 130 Spencer, Mrs. Jeanne 56 Spiroff, Mr. Kenneth 77, 152 Stoner, Rev. Donald 80, 147 Sweeney, Dr. Robert 63 Swords, Mrs. Barbara 70 Swords, Mr. Robert W. 49, 147, 149 Theodore, Miss Huguette 70 Tracy, Mrs. Jeanine 87, 147 Tripp, Mrs. Gertrude 61 Tyrell, Mr. Frederick 79 Ulrich, Mr. Richard 77, 152 Van Borg, Mrs. Opal 56 Ward, Mr. Edward 55, 164 Weber, Mr. John P. 96 Wedemeyer, Mr. Richard 52 Weigand, Mr. Russell 53, 134 Weiss, Mr. Donald 49 Wellington, Dr. Marie 84 Westermeyer, Mr. Paul 91 Williams, Rev. Jannes J. 69, 147 Zink, Mrs. Mary Hart 88 Student Index Ach, Richard A. Achatz, Richard J. Ackemann, Sue Ann 128, 149, 198 Ackerman, Allan J. Adams, Ann Adams, Deborah Adams, Roy Jackson Jr. Aggen, David John 172, 205 Akerman, Laurel M. Albee, Jennifer J. 212 Albrecht, Roger Alexander, Scott M. Allen, James Odon Allen, Wayne C. Allison, Ruth 182 Alsaker, Nora 75, 182 Amano, Janie E. Amberg, Gary Amberg, Paul 205 Amundsen, Gary Paul Andersen, Edward 120, 204 Anderson, Ann Anderson, Helen Anderson, Keith Androeli, Randall Andry, Russell J. 112, 141, 182 Angelacos, Sandra 23, 182 Archer, Gerald A. 37 Arend, Craig J. 170 Armosky, Helene Armstrong, Paul Arvanitakis, Greg Asimakopoulos, George Atkins, Robert 130, 134, 152, 198 Atwood, Constance 204 Augensen, Harry J. Augustine, Paulette 114, 1 78 Ausili, Laurabeth 212 Austin, Jane Criss 182 Austin, John 182 Avery, Cheryl D. Avery, Craig S. 126, 182 B Baar, Peggy A. 212 Babych, Kathleen R. 205 Bacon, Cairn 205 Bahl, Kristina A. 122 Bailey, Michael P. 122 Baker, Mari Jo 149, 198 Baker, Ronald G. Balfus, Susan Balis, James 112, 212 Ballard, Richard 212 Bandy, Helen D Bandy, Steven 134, 152, 212 Barkley, Ronald Barnett, Paul Barnhart, Robert 176 Barr, Margaret Barron, Robert Mark Barry, Margaret 205 Basta, Calvin Batura, Thomas 182 Bauch, Chris 120, 205 Baver, Roseanna Baxter, Jeanne 23, 30, 130, 168, 205 Bean, James Beard, James Becker, Cornelia 116, 212 Beecken, Timothy Beeskow, Suzanne Behan, John Behle, Marilyn J. 124, 205 Behle, Patricia 97, 124, 149, 183 Bell, Brenda Bell, James Bell, Patricia 198 Belton, Valloire Benakos, Brian 162 Benedict, Polly 183 Benkhart, Bruce 136 Bennett, Gary Bennett, Linda 129, 183 Bennett, Lorraine Benning. Bonnie 130, 212 Bepko, Loretta Berchicci, Irene Berg, Duane 36, 198 Bergeron, Albert 1 83 Berghorn, Douglas 1 22 Berghorn, Ruth Talley 97, 122, 183 Bergmann, Robert Bergstrom, George 1 1 8 Bergstrom, Patricia Bermann, Janet A. Bermea, Barbara Berney, Kay 205 Berri, Denise 122, 205 Best, Paul Betz, Judy 183 Bierma, Richard Biersach, Deborah 174, 205 Biljes, Mary Ellen 124, 139, 198 Bill, Douglas 212 Billingham, Kathleen 128, 212 Bills, John E. Bills, Merrilyn Bills, Robert Birdsong, James 212 Bizer, Donald 108, 124, 139, 156, 157, 205 Black, Gregory 212 Blackburn, Daphne 212 Blair, Deborah 212 Blake, Keith 162, 163, 172, 212 Blanford, Mary Lou Blatt. Catherine Bliznick, Peter 122 Bloebaum, Janis 23, 115, 168, 212 Bloesch, Daniel 148 Bluett, Deborah 141, 198 Boettcher, Katherine Boldon. Marilee Bolduc, John Bolin, David 212 Bolin, Janet Bond, Kirk Bondegard, Karen Bongiovanni, Carl Boone, Anthony 147, 152 226 Boostrom, Paul 205 Boostrom, Robert Bought, Barbara 128, 213 Bovlnet, Jannes Bowers, Betty Bowie, Linda Bowman, Gail Boyd, Frank 122 Bracliin, Leronna 183 Brackin, Mary Bradford, Peggy Bradford, Stephen 134, 198 Bradley, John Bralles, Helene 205 Brasure, Sharon 183 Breidenbaugh, Robert 205 Brennan, Timothy 1 18, 183 Brewer, Sylvester 198 Brewington, D. L. Brieschke, W. Bruce 124 Brister, Clarence 152, 154, 155 Brooks, Darryl Brophy, Jean Brotherton, Lanette 213 Brown, Diane 198 Brown, Joan Brown, Luther 213 Brown, R. J. Brown, Robert Brown, Steven 183 Bruce, Wendy 213 Bruns, Cynthia 213 Bruss, Marian 183 Brusveen, James 118, 159, 172 Bryan, Harriet 205 Bubert, Maureen 65, 193, 198 Buchanan, Bernard 183 Buchholz, James Buck, Mark Earl 120, 126, 127, 198 Bucy, Harry Budis, John 152 Budzik, Richard 75 Buer, Gene 130 Burdick, Susan 1 14 Buric, Arlene 116, 128, 205 Burgener, Betty Burke, Richard Burke, Wendy Burket, Debra 205 Burton, Linda Bush, Alan 213 Bushman, Bradford 198 Bushman, Daniel 213 Butts, Robert Buturusis, Dwayne 118, 119, 152, 198 Buzzard, Jane 198 Bynum, Arnita c Cademartori, Frank 118, 119, 152 Caesar, George 198 Caesar, Mary Calabrese, Paula 183 Calahan, William 183 Caliendo, Bernadine Calkins, Robin 115, 213 Calkins, Teri 20, 23, 37, 108, 109, 182, 183 Cameron, J. R. Campagna, Carl Campagna, James Campanella, Joni Campanella, Tony 152 Campbell, Daniel Campbell, Gordon Campbell, Jannes Cangiano, Linda 115 Cannata, Gary 1 1 8, 1 1 9, 206 Cannata, John 55, 144, 172 Canuto, Phillip 213 Cappetta, Richard Caprel, William 36, 1 18, 152 Caraker, David 134, 152, 213 Carberry, Joseph Carby, Robert Cardamone, Mike Carder, Craig Carlson, Carole 116 Carlson, Robert Carlson, Thomas 183 Caro, Laura Carpenter, Evelyn 184 Carr, Patricia Carrow, Mark Carson, Catharine 124, 206 Carstens, Michael 126, 130 Carter, Janice Carter, Margaret 122, 206 Carto, James Cartwright, Stephen Castelo, Charles Cavallo, David 75, 110, 120, 206 Cervenka, Michael Chamberlain, Carol 128, 130 Chamberlin, Robert 130, 184 Chambers, Thomas Chamness, Gordon 124, 184 Chapman, Barbara Chapman, Gary 213 Chapman, Martin Charanvas, Rondy 184 Cheatwood, Ricardo Chierico, David 152 Chipain, Aea 115 Chiusolo, Joseph Christensen, H. B. Christiansen, Raymond 126, 198 Chun, Dennis 120, 213 Chvatal, John 172 Ciarrachi, Dan Cisco, Raymond Cislak, Rolanda 184 Cismesia, Melody 184 Clark, Carol Clark, Carolyn Clark, Cynthia Clark, Gradie Clark, Kathleen 149, 198 Clark, Marcella 184 Clark, Redmond 152, 166 Clark, Ruth Clark, Shirley 199 Clement, Carol Clouser, Thomas 124 Cochran, Steve M. 159 Cochran, Steven J. 120, 213 Colby, Merry Lee Coleman, Audrey 206 Colligan, Margaret 130, 213 Collins, Alfreda 213 Colonius, Cyril 126, 213 Colquhoun, Janet Condos, James 118, 119 Conley, David 199 Connelly, Michael 32 Cordes, Sherry 1 84 Corbett, John 120, 206 Corey, Walter Cosimano, Charles 138, 199 Cotsones, Jeanne 199 Crabb, Cheryl Crain, Harriet 206 Craxton, David 206 Cribaro, Josephine Cripe, James Crowel, Terry Crozier, Robert 184 Culler, Joan Cullom, Richard 144, 213 Cullom, Susan 184 Cullum, David 118, 144, 184 Gulp, Helen Curry, Willie Curtin, Maureen 184 Cuyjet, Gregory 184 Cyganek, Susan 213 D Dagenhart, Bryan Dagenhart, Melissa 199 Dagiel, Judith Dahlstrom, Roger 121 Dahm, Dennis 130 , 213 Dahm, Robert Dailey, Peter 206 Dalton, Paul Damanis, Luis Daniels, Douglas 152, 213 Danko, Darlene 130, 213 Dannenberg, Arthur 166, 179, 198 Darmstadt, Jeffrey Daubenspeck, John Drew 39, 139, 145, 199 Daulton, Terry Dauster, Karen 128, 199 Davidson, Cathy Davis, David Davis, Joyce 146 Davis, Kathleen 206 Davis, Marjean Dawson, Janice 174, 213 Dean, George DeBiak, Gail 213 DeBoo, Margaret 213 Deem, Patricia 149, 184 DeForest, Roger DeGan, Leonard 152, 213 Deibert, Albert 184 DeKok, Dale 112, 134, 206 Delgado, Luis Della-Vedova, Marilyn DelNegro, Dennis 152 Dembosz, Henry 118, 152 Denormandie, Pamela DePinto, Valerie 184 DeRoo, Robert 1 57 Derrico, Thomas DeVere, Bess 199 DeVere, Mary DeVore, Judith 124, 206 DeVries, Craig DeVries, Donna 206 Dew, Donna Dietle, David Dietzen, John Dillenbeck, Amy Dobson, Robert 120, 213 Dodds, Barbara 76, 185 Doenges, Sandra 185 Dohm, Jacqueline Dokters, Aldis Dolan, Kathleen Domansky, Renee Domino, Gracelia Donahue, Michael Donegan, Martin Doner, Robert 213 Dore, Michael Dorgan, Terry Dorney, Richard Dorsey, Willian Doss, Jean 1 99 Dotson, Sharon 1 28 Dougherty, Michael 118, 119, 1 52 Douglas, Cheryl Dowding, James 156, 157 Dower, Patricia Downie, Elizabeth 213 Doyle, William Drake, Daniel 185 Dreyfus, Bruce Driscoll, Kathleen Drogos, Peter 1 70, 206 Dubnick, Andrea 206 Ducklow, Perri 213 Duco, John Dulisch, Thomas Dunderdale, Paul Dunn, Michael Dunning, Constance 74 Dunning, Thomas Dunphy, Timothy Duzen, Kathryn 136, 206 Dykes, John 213 E Eagleson, William 134, 152 Earhart, Rebecca Earle, Diane Earnest, Cathy 124, 214 Ebsen, Thomas 118, 1 19 Eckford, Janice 206 Eckholm, Lawrence 185 Eckman, Deborah 124, 214 Eckwall, Carole 124, 199 Economos, Patricia Edmondson, Wiley Edwards, Calvin Edwards, Deborah Edwards, Michael 147, 169 Eggers, Christine Ehlers, Sharon 185 Elenz, Susan 138, 199 Elert, Georgiana 124, 130 Elfvin, Donald 134, 199 Elloie, June 199 Elmen, Patricia Elsken, Martha Eltoft, Dale 185 Elworth, Nancy 207 Emberg, Wesley Emrick, Richard English, Jeffrey 112, 207 Engman, John 130, 152, 160, 185 Entler, Scott Episcope, Rosemary 185 Erickson, Allan Erickson, Mark 185 Ernest, Candace 23, 185 Ernst, Larry 157, 166, 207 Ersfeld, Keith 214 Eschenbrenner, Margaret 214 Evans, James 120, 152, 207 Evans, Lawrence 1 20, 207 F Faber, Gregory 207 Faerber, Robert 1 26, 207 Falcinelli, James Fanio, Karen Fanter, Gayle 214 Fantozzi, Gregory 199 Farley, Winifred 114, 199 Farquharson, James Faust, Robert Fawell, Beverly Faye, Mary 185 Felski, Susan 214 Ferlazzo, Joyce 185 Ferrer, Gloria Feuerbacher, Edward Fiaico, Cynthia Pick, Michael 199 227 Fickler, Colleen Fields, Everett 214 Fiene, Joanne 185 Filipski, Steve 152, 166, 168 Finennan, Darrell Finger, Christine 128, 199 Finn, Gloria 115, 214 Finneran, Kathleen Fischer, George Fischer, Mary Ann Fischer, Paul 126, 199 Fish, Ralph Fisher, Mirean 207 Fitch, Sharon Fitzgerald, Michael 144 Fitzharris, Tim 214 Fladung, Cathy Flickinger, Eugenia 185 Flint, Steven Fliss, James 214 Flowers, Stephen Flynn, Curtis 214 Fodero, Judith 114 Folsom, Danielle 38 Fonda, Pamela Fonda, Susan Forster, Charles 120, 214 Foster, David Foster, Janet Fowler, Janet Fraccaro, William 126, 185 Fransioli, Mark 1 85 Fredette, Marlene 122, 186 Freeman, Patricia 124, 207 Freese, Edward Fricke, Ann 128, 207 Fridell, Connie Friedberg, Ann Fritsch, Joan Fritz, Thomas Froeschner, John 159, 160, 161 Froeschner, Miriam 214 Fry, Steven 186 Fujiwara, Sandra 39, 186 Furlett, Franklin 199 G Gabler, Richard Gagepain, Urban Gage, Deborah 1 77 Gaidzik, David Gajda, Jerome Gajewski, John 207 Gall, Cynthia 186 Gallagher, Linda 186 Gallagher. Michael Galuszka, Sharon 149 Gamble, Barnette 212 Garcia, Peter Gardner, Merry Gargano, I ris Garofalo, Angela 199 Garriott, Theodore 186 Gartner, Nancy 1 28, 214 Gasior, Janet Gaskill, R. David 186 Gatziolis, Frances Gavin, Barbara Gaw, James Gaw, Sally 199 Gaynor, Helen Geen, Judith 186 Geib, Richard 186 Geib, Thomas Gerardi, Gerald Gartner, Nancy Geritano, Chris Gerlach, Mary 21 4 German, Harold Giacobbe, Thomas Giandonato, James Giannoules, Peter Giarratano, Sam 186 Gibbons, Frank Gibbs, Robert 134, 152, 199 Gildersleeve, Alison 1 16, 207 Gills, Gregory 134, 135, 214 Glasbrenner, Mary Glendon, Teresa 124, 136, 214 Godfrey, Hileria Goebel, James 186 Goebel, Lawrence Goeke, Kathryn 115, 130, 214 Goeman, Cynthia 136, 186 Goepel, Kathleen 130, 214 Goetz, Andrew Goelz, Richard Goenne, Sarah 124, 207 Golden, Steven 120, 214 Golly, Charles 214 Good, Thomas 1 1 2 Goodman, Lawrence Goranson, Wayne Gordon, Fon 207 Gordon, Jean , Gorham, Douglas 152, 162 Gorny, Matthew Gothard, Stephan Gottfred, Catherine 149 Gottschalk, Timothy Graf, Jean Louise Graham, Anthony 152, 214 Graham, John Graham, Rodger Granback, Norman 130, 186 Graves, Carolyn 30, 207 Graves, William 30 Gray, James Greco, Virginia 207 Green, Sammy 166, 169, 214 Greenstein, David 118, 119 Greve, Gerrit 136, 139 Greig, G. Robert 112 Grever, Steven Gricius, Victoria 207 Griesinger, Margaret Griffiths, Stephanie 214 Grimm, Sandra Grippo, Charles Grote, Donald 112 Grove, Derrik Gruber, Charles Grudnik, Henry Guengerich, Charles 186 Guerra, Anthony Gugelar, Alice Guikema, Rolland Guill, Jeanne 214 Gulbrandsen, Douglas Gunkel, Jorlyce 186 Gurgone, Michael Gustafson, Jacqueline 187 Gutenschwager, William 28, 124, 199 Gutke, Carolyn Gutwein, John Gutzmer, Jacquelyn 207 H Haak, Randall 172 Hackler, Eileen 214 Hadley, Robert Haefner, Kathy 124 Haerr, Bruce Hagerbaumer, David 16, 139, 199 Hagist, Marian Hagstrom, Carlton 207 Hagstrom, Judith 116, 138, 119 Hahne, Dale Haight, Mary 214 Hajny, Susan Hall, John 157, 187 Halloran, Thomas Hallbeck, Walter Halverson, Paul 36, 199 Hamilton, Antoinette 207 Hamilton, Harold Hamilton, Nancy Hammond, Helen 207 Hanegan, Robert Hanfelder, Betty 115, 214 Hanke, Eleanor Hanna, Cathy Hanna, Randall Hans, Linda 199 Hansen, Arthur Hansen, David 122 Hansen, Nancy 1 87 Hansen, Richard A. 130 Hansen, Richard G. Hansen, Ronald Hansen, William Harder, Ronald 214 Harris, Daphne 214 Harris, Gregory 187 Harris, James Harris, Kathy 115, 122, 207 Harris, Roger Harris, Susan 199 Harris, Thomas Harrison, Henry 152, 162 Hart, Paulette Hartigan, James 187 Hartlein, Susan Hartley, Karen 21 5 Haskins, Vernice Hathaway, Sarah Hatmaker, John 124 Haude, James 207 Haverkampf, David Hawkins, Martina 215 Haworth, Bobbie Hayes, Bonnie 138, 187 Hayes, Carolyn 207 Hay ward, Lois 115, 207 Hearn, David 126 Heck, Robert 187 Hecker, Alice Heekin, Emmett Heimburger, Susan Hein, Holly 215 Heininger, Marsha 207 Heise, Barbara 187 Heisler, John 136, 187 Hellrung, Kermit Hemmert, Mary T. 145, 187 Hempel, Richard Heniff, Joseph 200 Henning, Mark 187 Henriksen, Bruce Henson, Randal Herman, William Hermanson, Kristine 114, 178, 200 Hermen, Lawrence Herrera, Guillermo Herron, Kevin 120, 215 Herzberg, Robert 215 Hester, James Heuser, Adele Hiatt, Richard 200 Higginson, James 136, 207 Hilbert, John Hildreth, Michael Hilker, Walter Hill, Sharon Hilton, Thomas 187 Hinchley, Marguerite 121, 124, 187 Hinchley, Marilyn 52, 110, 111, 139, 187 Hirst, Evangelyn Hitchock, Mary Kay 187 Hitt, William 159 Hnatek, Elaine 114, 188 Hobson, Jeffrey 207 Hockmuth, John Hoffenkamp, John Greg 134, 152, 162, 163, 188 Hoglund, Gerald Holas, LaVerne Hollander, Gordon 1 1 8, 1 30, 1 32, 200 Holman, Bruce 130, 188 Holmes, David 118, 119, 152 Holt, Charles H. 130, 136, 215 Holtgreve, Doris 17, 207 Holtzman, Marilyn 149, 188 Honsa, Roger Hopkins, Mary Horn, James Horwarth, Garry Hotchkiss, Nancy Hotz, Richard 164, 165 Hotz, Roseann 188 Houlihan, Terence Howard, Ann Howard, John 215 Hradsky, Michael Hrynchuk, Halya Hubeny, Catherine Hughlette, Robert Hulsberg, Joann Hunsberger, Don 215 Hunter, Colin Huntley, Janis 130, 215 Hutchins, Robert 112 Hutchison, Dwight Hyde, Laura Lee 200 I landola, John Iden, Daniel 166, 215 Israel, Phyllis Iveson, Nancy Izor, Paul 124, 200 J Jackson, Glen Jackson, Patricia 207 Jacobs, George 130, 207 Jacob, James Jamba, David 1 12, 188 James, Frances James, Kenneth 152 Janowiak, Sandra 178, 188 Jans, Christine 16, 124, 215 Jardan, Freeman C. 166, 215 Jemison, Steven W. 147, 157 Jenkins, Barbara 215 Jennings, Gregory Jerger, David Paul 188 Jerger, Jennie L. Jerome, Mary Agnes 1 28, 208 Jeter, Floyd W. 140 Jewell, Robert J. Jezowski, Joseph 200 Jivoff, Melanie Ann Johansen, Jerry Ray Johansen, Mark R. 215 Johnson, Barbara K. 188 Johnson, Beth Ann Johnson, Bruce A. 200 Johnson, Eric C. 188 Johnson, Gary R. Johnson, George B. Johnson, Henry 166, 169 Johnson, John C. 1 12 Johnson, Judith May 228 Johnson, Lawrence L. Johnson, Loretta C. Johnson, Marie 188 Johnson, Margaret L. Johnson, Richard P. Johnson, Susan J. 21 5 Johnson, Vicki L. 215 Johnston, Douglas A. Johnston, Harry G. Johnston, Roy Allen 188 Jones, Carl J. Jones, Caroll M. Jones, Eugene 188 Jones, Laren Louise Jones, Lawrence F. Jones, Renee M. 215 Joseph, Sharon Dee 128, 200 Jouse, Louise A. Joyce, James Paul Jozwiak, Le Roy 138, 141 Jurras, Sheila G. 200 Juske, Henry James 200 Juszczyk, Janina K Kaan, Ruth Adella 200 Kadisak, John Ed Kaiser, Janet A. Kalal, Joseph W. Kalbow, Wayne R. Kaleta, Mary Ellen 208 Kalinowski, Jessie 188 Kalk, Nancy Lou 95, 128, 149 Kalkbrenner, Judith 128, 208 Kalvans, Andrew Kamowski, Michael A. Kappen, Dennis M. 118, 152, 208 Kara, Randall F. Karabis, Darlene 215 Karau, Dean R. Karch, James P. Karcher, Kathleen M. Karling, Francine A. 188 Karm, Guy M. Karpiel, Richard A. Karrow, Gary Steven Kasmer, Edward C. Kaszak, Nancy L. 140, 208 Katch, Daniel R. Katz, Richard Lynn Katzbeck, Joseph E. Kauppala, Leslee L. 124, 216 Keating, Jacalynn J. Keene, Chauncey B. Keesee, Georgetta M. 216 Kehl, Constance 107, 128, 208 Keller, Anthony C. Keller, Eric M. 112, 152, 216 Kelly, Clfatis Kemp, Doris Kemp, Thomas D. Kepner, Bruce F. 152, 216 Kerber, Scott L. Kerrigan, Kevin R. 112, 134, 152, 216 Kessler, June M. Kettern, Andrew Kevil, Charles P. Keyes, David G. Kieca, Karen Ann 128, 136, 208 Kieft, Gerald N. Kim, Seung S. Kim, Yong Hak Kineses, Susana K. King, Jeffrey A. 124, 216 King, Susan Muriel 216 Kinn, Kathy 116, 124, 188 Kinney, Susan Kinzer, Dean Kirkbride, Richard 112, 179,216 Kitun, Michael Klein, Barbara Klein, John Klemm, Leeroy 130, 216 Kling, Jeffrey 189 Klingenmaier, Rich 96, 189 Klink, Edward Kmoch, Bruce Alan 189 Knapp, Cheryl 130, 208 Knopp, Diane 200 Knowles, P. Randall 189 Kobierowski, Donald Koch, Mary Koch, Susan 23, 97,216 Koenig, Elsa 189 Kohl, Linda 174, 205, 208 Kolar, Scott 138, 189 Kolseth, Sherrie 23, 38, 174, 168, 208 Koopman, Jewel 149 Koriath, Gail Koshewa, Carol 189 Kosky, Robert 200 Kostal, Patricia 114, 189 Kowalevuski, Douglas 216 Koziol, Ronald Kozy, Mary Kraemer, Gary 112, 208 Kraft, Patricia 32, 149, 182, 189 Krakora, Linda 189 Kratina, Victoria Krauth, Debra 22, 130, 178, 208 Kreiss, Cynthia KremI, Gale Krengel, Mary Krentz, Timothy Krepas, Carole 208 Kreutzer, James 120, 164, 208 Kreznor, William Kroening, Karen 149, 189 Kucera, Cynthia 189 Kucera, Jonathan Kueker, Marilyn Kufke, Bette Kuhn, Kathleen 200 Kujawa, Kathryn 62, 108 Kuring, Suzanne Kurth, John 208 Kurtz, Richard 216 Kust, Robert Kuston, Walter 118, 119 L Labovsky, Kathy 82, 110, 174, 208 Lach, Diane Lachine, Jeffrey Lacine, Daniel 111, 172, 216 Ladof, Katherine Lagerholm, Dale Lagerlund, Terrence Laitas, Jeanne Lynn 189 Lake, Raymond 1 89 Lammers, Lois 189 Lamphere, David Lancaster, Paul 16, 120, 200 Lancman, Walter Landem, Christine 216 Landerholm, Jerome Lang, Quilton 130 Lange, Marilyn Lange, Robert 189 Langille, Susan Langlas, Donald C. 95 Langley, James B. Laporte, Michael J. Larsen, William Larson, Daniel E. Larson, Linda K. 190 Larson, Paul A. Larson, Rhonda M. 1 14, 208 Lash, Karoline Jo 149, 200 Laskowski, Eugene J. 190 Latoria, Claudia J. 190 Latoria, Frank P. 216 Latoria, Lynn C. Lawrence, Ethel M. Lawrence, Jeffrey A. 118, 119 Lay, Patrick A. 130, 166, 216 Leabru, Donald A. Leach, Michael Will 179, 190 Le Biedz, Sandra E . 216 Lecard, Marc L. Leclerc, Joan Marie 149, 200 Lediner, Wolfgang Lee, Timothy Warren Leonhardt, Ricky D. 159, 172 Leslie, Dorothy W. Leubner, Penny 209 Le Van, Thomas M. Leveille, Bertha E . 114 Lewis, Barbara Ann 136, 209 Lewis, Barbara Jean 128, 129, 130, 201 Liftzau, John R. Lima, Ruthanne 190 Lindblom, Linda M. 190 Lindelsee, Lynne D. Lisowski, Mark N. Liuzzo, James G. Livingston, Joe D. 190 Locke, Katherine Lombardi, Richard A. Loomer, John Arthur Lopresti, Joseph Lopresti, Margaret Lott, Nathaniel 216 Lotts, Holly Lotz, Walter Charlie Lo Verde, Vitto P. 130, 133 Lucchesi, James A. Lucero, Rick 1 52 Ludders, Donna Lee Luehrsen, Sandra L. 217 Lulay, Gail C. 190 Lum, Peter D. 118, 157, 177, 190 Lumpkin, Charlois 209 Lund, Mavis R. 124, 217 Lundgren, Ronald G. 190 Lung, Shou 209 Lusero, James F. 162, 209 Lynch, Linda Diane 190 M Mabil, Stephen MacGillis, Thomas Mackey, Charles 190 Mackowiak, William Mac Lean, Leslie 27, 130 Madalinski, Paul Madden, Willa Magifra, Melvin 21 7 Maida, Edward 120, 217 Main, Gail Maisttison, Lon Makell, Pamela 37, 149, 201 Maki, Dopald Maksimuk, Gregory 67, 120, 217 Maksinski, Carol Maksinski, Steven Malcomson, Joan Maleenont, Pracha Maleenont, Prasan Mangan, Frank Mangos, Harry Marconi, Francine 201 Marines, Nicolette Markendorf, John 217 Marks, Martin Marks, Rosalie Maronn, Bork 190 Marsett, Tim 112, 216, 152 Marsico, Michael 38, 152, 162, 190 Marten, Ronald 138, 201 Martin, Carol 190 Martin, Joan 116, 124, 217 Martin, Melissa 190 Martin, Robert 191 Marvin, Mae 191 Massard, Richard Mastro, Peter 118, 144, 191 Matejka, Judith Materre, Louis 1 72 Mather, Victoria 1 74 Mathis, Joy Howard 191 Mattingly, John 209 Mattox, Gail May, Richard Mayfield, Douglas Mayfield, Joan 1 14 Maziarek, Janet Maziarek, Michael 209, 217 Mazurk, Mary 115, 217 McBryde, Maxine 191 McCargo, Michael McCord, Harry Ed McCurdy, Joanne McDaniels, Elinore 191 McDermott, Thomas McDowell, Mary McElroy, Robert 126, 145, 201 McGill, Larry McGregor, Craig McGrory, Mary McGuinn, Bruce McGurgan, Rosemary Mcllvain, Scott 1 10, 217 McKay, Susan 217 McKenney, Beverly 205 McKewen, Barbara McManigal, Madelyn McManus, Donald W. McMasters, Cheryl 191 McMillion, Doris 217 McNerney, Christine 106, 209 McSweeney, Patricia 1 15 McWright, Greg 217 Mead, Robert Megen, Ronald Meiners, John 209 Meister, William Meitz, Edward Melichar, William J. 209 Mellish, William 209 Mencarow, William Menzel, Raymond 191 Mernitz, Craig 134, 152, 170, 171,209 Meronfk, Margaret Merrifield, Scott Merritt, Carol 191 Merz, Robert 118 Messett, Sandra Messina, Robert Messino, Rita Metcalfe, Alix Metskas, Cathleen 191 Metzinger, Paul H. Meyer, Keith 1 1 Meyer, Nancy 122, 209 Meyer, Ronald 120, 209 Meyer, Thomas 201 Meyers, Ronald 201 Micek, Marilyn 82, 110, 201 Miceli, Louis 191 Miceli, Rosemary Micheletto, Ronald 209 Michonski, James W. 229 Mickey, James 191 Middleton, Booker T. 191 Mihalic, Jonna 21 7 Mikita, Anne 201 Miklos, Gerald 179, 191 Milkert, James 112 Millard, Stephen J. 152, 159 Miller, Elizabeth Miller, Gale 217 Miller, Glen 217 Miller, Robert Karl 35, 126, 149, f91 Miller, Robert R. 118, 119, 152, 172, 173 Miller, Sandra Lee Millhauser, Karl 217 Milligan, Marcia 192 Mills, Victor 134, 135, 152, 317 Milos, Eugene Mines, Kathleen 217 Minneci, Charlene 209 Mokhtarian, Shahia 59, 201, 716 Mogge, Robert Molenda, Constance Moline, Keith Mollihan, Francine Mongan, John Mooers, Richard Moore, Elsie 209 Moore, Gayle Moore, Rodney 152 Moore, William D. Moran, Mary Elizabeth 122, 201 Moreau, Timothy 201 Moreno, Felicia Morris, Robert Morrow, Wanda Mosher, Catherine 114, 147, 201 Mosier, Theodore Ed 21, 152, 153, 166 Moskal, Paul 217 Moulthrop, David Mraz, Allen Mueller, Carl E. Mueller, Connie 128, 217 Muledy, Timothy Munger, Kathleen Murdock, Philip 134, 201 Murphy, Barbara 192 Musa, Craig Allen N Naber, Edward C. Nacker, Neicy Nagel, Katherine 217 Nagowski, Thomas Nahurska, Anna 201 Naidenovich, Marcel Naumann, Bruce 217 Neiler, Daniel Nelson, Ronald Neu, Matthew Thomas 16, 149, 192 Neukom, Shelley 67 Newman, Roya Neylon, Anthony 87 Neylon, Gregory Nichild, Robert Nichols, Maria Nicholson, John 138 Nickerson, Arilla 114, 149 Mickey, Karyl Ninnis, Wilfred 164, 165 Nolan, Jeanne 115, 201 Nordstrom, Dale Norfold, Barry 209 Norris, William North, Rachel Novak, Cheryl 217 Novak, Martin Novatny, Lois Novosad, Margaret Novotny, Richard OBrian, Paul 192 O ' Brien, Betty OBrien, Leslie 174 O ' Brien, Thomas O ' Bryan, John 112, 146, 218 Odom, Thomas Ofenloch, Gary 130, 166, 218 OGrady, Thomas 192 OhI, Patricia Ohrn, David 152 Oku, Donna Jean 114, 192 Olaughlin, James Oleksak, Marilyn 201 Olsen, Dale Olsen, James 152, 218 Olson, Deborah 218 Opryszek, Alice 218 Orpet, Robert 218 Orr, Stanley 192 Osborne, Jane Osebre, Peter Ostrand, Dean Ott, Edith Overton, Lydia Owen, David Wm. Ill 210 Owen, Josephine Owen, Stephanie 138, 218 Owens, Bernice Owens, Dale Patrice 149, 201 Page, Leana Mae 210 Pagliard, Vivian Pagny, Ken 124 Palermo, Samuel Palm, Johb 192 Park, Norman 192 Park, Pamela 116, 138, 202 Parker, Karen Parrilli, Christopher Parry, Rosanne Parsons, Gregory 149, 202 Partridge, Linda 192 Patchak, Sharon Paterson, John Patterson, Dennis 120, 192 Pattison, Meril Lee 192 Paul, Jerry 126, 202 Pavlicek, Larry Pearson, David Pearson, Elizabeth Pearson, Gwen Peckat, Ross 1 36 Pedersen, James Pedley, John Peine, Douglas 147, 210 Pellegrini, Roy Pellico, Anthony Percival, Deborah 218 Pergander, Leonard 141, 202 Perkins, Carey 21 8 Perkis, Barbara 210 Perretti, Patrick Perrigo, Lynn Perrin, James Perry, Jeffrey 192 Perry, Robert Peters, Constance Peters, James 32, 158, 159, 160, 192 Peterson, Randall Patterson, Garry Peterson, William 202 Petit, Robert Petrella, Pat 218 Petrone, Gregory Petrowsky, Cheryl 192 Pharmer, William Phillips, Arney 157, 179, 218 Phillips, Christine Phillips, Kirk Clyde 202 Phillips, Rosie Mae 37, 38, 106, 149, 202 Pieper, Patrick Pietrowski, Sharon 210 Pifer, Janet Pinderski, Robert 112 Pinelli, Vincent 122, 146, 210 Plaisted, Frederick Fletcher, Daniel 120, 218 Poloncasz, Ronald Poole, Bruce 218 Poole, Glen 218 Pope, Davie Powell, Beverly 192 Powers, Maralyn Prather, Paul Pratt, Allen 126, 218 Pratt, Bruce Prescott, Gerald Preuss, George 21 8 Prevoles, Nancy Price, Kathleen Price, Merlanne 114, 202 Priehs, Timothy Princen, Scott 30, 109, 110, 111, 130, 134, 202 Profeta, Shirley 218 Pruce, Robert 218 Phyjma, John Purdom, Charles 118, 144, 152 Pyrz, Robert 193 Quilty, James 120, 136, 210 Rackard, Linda B. 218 Raczkowski, Dale J. Radulski, Charles A. 164, 165 Radzilowsky, Helen 168, 218 Radzilowsky, Michael 134, 182, 193 Ragnetti, Dorothy L. Ragusin, Rachelle M. 218 Ramey, Carl E. 126, 202 Rankin, Sue A. 218 Ransom, Maria F. 210 Rapp, Laurence M. J. Rasch, Christine D. 218 Rasche, Margaret R. 25, 193 Rasmussen, Richard Raspanti, Thomas J. 30, 31, 120, 134, 135, 149, 152, 193 Rathje, Kenneth J. Rawlings, Ronald K. Ray, Barney C. Rayner, Robert A. Redfield, John Robert 23, 210 Redding, Michael J. 152 Reed, Martha M. Reed, Robert D. Reeves, James A. Jr. Reichert, Robert J. Reid, David Lee Reif, Martin C. 126, 202 Reinshagen, Linda K. 136, 218 Reinwald, Richard W. 81, 124, 193 Reiser, Patricia A. 114, 202 Reiter, Carrine Ann Rembert, Gloria J. 210 Rempert, Bruce M. Renzas, James H. 218 Repa, Diana M. 116, 218 Reschke, Michael W. 126, 218 Reynolds, Lawrence 112, 152, 172, 173 Rhinesmith, Nancy M. 202 Rice, Susan L. 210 Rich, Mary Beth Richards, Daniel A. 118, 119, 210 Richards, Nancy 178 Rieger, Scott C. Riley, Linda Mae 193 Riley, Randy James 170, 172 Ripani, Janet M. 210 Ritter, Susan E. 149, 202 Roberts, Jimmy 134, 152, 177, 218 Roberts, William T. 172 Robertson, Pauline 149, 202 Robertson, Tamara L. 218 Robinson, Donald G. 112, 152, 154, 193 Robinson, James C. 152 Robinson, Raymond E. Robinson, Rondi D. Rocca, Nancy Ann Rockey, Joseph N. 136 Rodefeld, Bill 126 Rodda, Avice May Rodina, Michael L. 202 Roefer, David M. Ronzo, Margaret M. Rorge, Judy Lynn Roschmann, Tamara J. Rose, Michael Rose, Robin D. Rosema, William G. Ross, Emnna L. Rotermund, Gretchen 210 Roth, Sharon Marion Roucka, William G. 202 Rouse, Elliott L. 218 Rubino, Daniel A. 219 Ruby, Beverly Ann 202 Rude, Susan Blake Rudny, Thomas A. Rudy, Donald Victor 118, 202 Riesch, Lenore C. Runner, March Mary Russel, Gregory A. 130 Russell, Nancy May Russell, Patrick E. Rutkowski, Dawn M. 219 Rutter, Carole J. 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Schultz, Donna Jean Schultz, Jannes 194 Schultz, Janice K. 219 Schultz, Linda 115, 210 Schultz, Nancy Joan 57, 111, 146, 210 Schultz, Steven 111, 219 Schuize, Sharon Schumacher, Gerald 194 Schuster, James Schutt, Donald Schwartz, Amy 210 Scott, Charlotte 1 78 Scott, Cynthia 178 Scott, Mattie Sue 210 Scott, Stephen 210 Seabrooks, Walton 219 Sebastian, Walter 194 Sechrist, Mary Jo Sedowick, James 1 1 2, 1 1 3, 202 Seegers, Gregory Seemann, Subanne Seifried, John 202 Seiple, Rae Ellen 194 Selden, Bonita Sembly, Emma 210 Senese, Dale 219 Sengstacke, Fred Sengstacke, Helena 141, 194 Seniwongse, Thippav Sepanski, Virginia 194 Septon, Melvin 202 Sexton, Sandra S. 115, 219 Septon, Melvin Seyfert, Karl 219 Shaddle, Christi Shaddle, Richard Shade, Robert Shah, Ashwin 194 Shannon, Robert 164 Sharp, James Shaw, Joan Shaw, Richard Shearin, Moneta 37, 202 Sheehan, Jan Sherman, Richard 179 Shields, James Shively, Clarence Shoop, Mark 219 Sickbert, Bryan 126 Sickbert, Caria 128, 219 Siebert, William 194 Siemianowski, Joseph 159, 160, 172, 173, 219 Sievert, Emily Silanskis, Robert Silbert, Louis Silver, Susan Silverstine, Jerome SimI, Anita 194 Simley, Donald 210 Simmen, Dinah 108 Simmons, Deborah 37, 202 Simpson, S. Mark 219 Sims. Angela 203 Singer, Richard D. 194 Singh, Sartaj Sinn, Richelle Sipos, Marianne Siwek, Edward 219 Skala, Gerald 112, 203 Skarr, William Skruddys, Aidas Sladek, David Slatin, Jori Ann Slaon, Phillip Slowik. David Small, Linda Smania, Deborah Smetana, Joseph 22, 112.1 52, 203 Smiley, Clifton 194 Smirl, Lillian Smith. Anita 210 Smith. Brenda 210 Smith, Bryan Smith, Craig 170, 172, 194 Smith, Danny 112. 145. 152 Smith, Donna Lee 203 Smith, Eileen Smith, George Smith, Harry Arthur 203 Smith, Joyce Smith, Kathryn F. Smith, Richard S. 120, 219 Smith, Roderick N. 120, 219 Smith, Sandra L. 210 Smith, Semanthie B, 203 Smith. Set Sumner 147, 182, 194 Smith. Sharleen R. 124. 210 Smith. Shawn Daniel 210 Smotherman, William Smurlo, Ann E. 140, 219 Snyder, Jolayne V. Sonnenberg, Steven 195 Soofi, Madjid Sorensen, Bernita K. Spang, Susan Tina Spearing, Elizabeth Speck, Susan Joanne 203 Spetley, Mark J. 120, 162. 220 Spielman. Donald R. Spina. Valerie Ann 195 Spooner. John C. 37. 152. 154 Spriggs, Sharon E. 220 Spriggs, Thomas C. 1 1 2 Springer, Elsa L. Stack, Gregory J. 134, 135, 220 Staddle, Dick 130 Staddle, Christie 130 Stafford, Linda Sue 1 16 Stahlhut, Margaret 220 Stahlhut. Mark E. 195 Stanga. Maria E. 203 Stankus. Randall M. 220 Stanley. Mark E. Stapleton. Betty K. Stauber. Gregory C. Stears, Carol S. 116, 128 Stebel, Marlene M. 203 Stedronsky, Thomas J. 210 Steeb, Carol Roos Steeb. Mary K. 128. 203 Steeves. William A. Stefany. Richard W. Stehlik. Joann Stehman. Denise S. Steiner. Martha M. Stellato. Sam J. 220 Stemwedel, Alb. J. Jr. Stenberg. Paul M. Stephens, Jennifer 203 Stephens, Nancy L. 36, 122, 203 Stephens, Terrence 134, 157, 166. 220 Stermer, Mary V. Stevens, Charles Jr. 126 Stewart, Bruce E. Stewart, Lynn M. 210 Stock. Susan Stocker, Burcy I. 203 Stockert. Paul E. 152, 220 Stoize, Brenda Kay 203 Stone, Gregory D. Stone, Katherine B. 211 Stonitch, William J. 130, 220 Stott, Robert C. 112, 211 Strangeman, Pamela A. 195 Strompolos, Elaine Stuart, Donald 134, 135, 152, 162, 166, 169, 220 Stuart, Ronald 134, 135, 152, 162, 166, 220 Sullivan, Kathleen Suit, Lorraine 203 Sumner, Janet R. Sundstrom, David M. Suslik, Stephen L. 112, 211 Swanson, Barbara L. 203 Swanson, Doris L. Swanson. Elizabeth A. Swanson. Laurie A. 23. 168. 174 Sweeney. Kathryn 220 Swiston, Andrew 195 Sydnor, Sheila V. Szymanski, Andrew 112, 220 T Tabers, Katherine E. 220 Tancredi, Ray L. Tapio, Richard C. 164, 165, 220 Tapp, Sharon L. 130, 147, 148, 220 Tarabilda, James T. Tarsitano, Louis R. 136, 220 Tastad, Linda E. 195 Tatter, Robert E. Taylor, Lorraine 21 1 Taylor. Mary Mowery 195 Tazelaar. Helen P. 195 Templeton, Terry 120, 195 Templin, James H. 114, 118. 195 Tennial. John S. Terhark, David L. 152, 220 Teschner, John H. 118, 195 Tesky, Kerry Ann 136, 195 Themley, Sandra H. 149, 203 Theus, Caroline J. 221 Thiele, Kay P. 221 Thies, James Paul 195 Thoma. Jeffrey P. 118. 195 Thoma. John Earl 138, 195 Thomas, Albert D. Jr. 221 Thomas, Duane L. 159, 221 Thomas, George A. 195 Thomas, John J. Thompson, Kenneth R. 195 Thompson, Richard J. 195 Thompson, Richard J. Thompson, Terri Lee 221 Thornton. Paul E . 37, 154 Threet, Kenneth W. Throne, Joel K. 112, 195 Thrun, Robert H. Thurman, Sharon 221 Tidey, Christine M Tiede, Loren J. 81, 124, 130. 221 Tiedt, Jill D. 211 Tocco, Horatio M. Tockstein, Carol A. 221 Tomasek, Margaret A. Totzke, Mark A. Tousignant, Richard 196 Towrv, Harold R. 152, 166, 221 Townsend, Lee R. 203 Trakselis, Loanne Treichel, Robert C. Trench, James 120, 159, 221 Tripp, Terrance P. Trink, Pamela R. 196 Tritt, John R. 152, 162, 211 Tronsen, Alan Ralph 110, 118, 196 Trosen, James F. 47, 120, 196 T ' osen, Wallace Jr. 121. 211 Trost. Jean Lydia 204 Troupis, Christ T. 221 Trout. Susan Renee 196 Tsohakert, Ingrid B. 116 Turek, Richard T. 196 Turner, Gary Smith Tuzik, Sharon A. 221 Tylkf, Bruce K. Tyrpin, Terry E. u Uebele, Marianne E. 196 Uhl, Consuelo J. Ullman, Robert Otto 108, 109, 126, 139, 157, 204 Umbeck, John A. Umbeck, Paul F. 1 12 Uselding, Robert 21 1 Usher, Patricia L 32, 136, 147, 204 V Valenta, George E. Vana, Andrew R Vandermeer, Debra K. 124, 221 Vanhowe, William Jr. 21 1 Van Tellingen, Marianna 221 Van Balkenburgh, Thonnas 120, 221 Vardalas, Diane K. 1 14 Varney, Lynne A. 221 Vaughn, Regina J, Veals, Brenda L. 221 Venticinaue, Philip Ventura, Kathy L. 221 Venzon, Frances Ann 21 1 Vernardos, Stephanie Victor, David D. 118, 172, 196 Vigna, Linda Ann 21 1 Vingren. Scott C. Virruso, Michael L. Vistain, Sandra L. 221 VI k, Geary Vogt, Brian Robert Vogtritter, Lorel J. 21 1 Voland, Geofrey P. Volkening, Diana L. 124 Volkman, Donna L. Volpert, Thomas Jr. Voltz, Daniel M. Vratny, Teddy F. Vertiak, John Allen 196 w Waara, Margaret M. 110, 116, 146, 211 Wager, Cindy C. Wagner, Alan 146 Wagner, Bryan Wagner, Nancy Ellyn Wagstaff, Edna T. Wakefield, David L. 211 Walezak, Patricia J. 196 Walker, Christopher 126 Walker, Rita F . 124, 212, 221 Walker, Yvonne D. 221 Wallies, George R. 120, 20 4 Wall is, George H. Walton. Marilyn A. 26, 130, 132, 139, 211 Wander, Paul W. Warnke, Gerald William 118 Warren, Viette E. Warren, Warren C. Washington, Patricia 211 Watanabe, Yoshinari 196 .Watkins, Jerome 221 231 Watson, Felicia C. 221 Watson, Grace T. Watson, Gregory Watson, Jacquelein Watson, Michael T. Weaver, William D. Weber, Grace Anne Weber, lleen Wilma 196 Weber, Richard Mark Weber, William H. 126, 221 Weger, Thea N. Weglarz, James R. Wehmueller, Jane L. 21 1 Weideman, Kay D. 116, 221 Weiger, Alan W. 122, 21 1 Weil, Dorian E. 221 Weiland, Keith R. 30, 81, 204 Weir, Pamela J. 221 Welch, Richard B. 197 Wells, Cecil S. 197 Wemple, Howard H. Werner, James E. 124, 221 Werner, Michael D 118, 119, 152, 221 West, Alan Marshall 138, 197 West, Richard G. 130, 221 Wetzel, David E. 222 Wexelberg, John R. Wheat, Sybil Jean 205 Whiston, William C. 170, 172 White, Bonita V. 222 White, Daryl Walter Wick, Robert Austin 118 Wiedenbeck, Joyce C. Wielunski, Andrew Wielunski, Walter 204 Wilcox, Donald E. Wilharm, Gregory G. 222 Willard, Patricia M. 197 Wille, Charlotte, L. 204 Wille. Richard Williams, Bennie 21 1 Williams, Constance 204 Williams, Elizabeth 197 Williams, June R. 37, 130 Williams, Lewis R. Williams, Lynda T. 204 Williams, Marcia C, Williams, Solomon Willis, Ruth E. 222 Wilson, Christine C. Wilson, Delbra Kay Wilson, Janice 128, 211 Wilson, John C. Wilson, Pamela A. 141, 204 Wimberly, Fern M. 124, 130 Wimberly, Maurice S. Wind, Thomas J. 204 Winslow, Janet 197 Winters, Carol Jean 211 Winters, Rita 147, 222 Wisniewski, Peter F, 211 Wittenberg, George 197 Wlodek, Michael Wohl, Stephen George 1 20, 21 1 Wojtal, Keith A. 222 Wolf, Lawrence E. 204 Wolfe, Paul 8. 130, 222 Wollenberg, M. G. 122 Wood, Gloria Kay 116, 149,204 Woodland, Vernice A. 212 Woodliff, Carol J. Woodward, Janet H. 128, 222 Wooten, Helen M. Wright, Charles A. Wright, Gregory R. 63 Wright, Jane Ann Wukasch, Paul R. 170, 171, 172 Wutke, Mary F. Y Yarosh, Diane Irene 149 Yedor, Justin 120, 146, 164, 211 Yost, Michael W. Young, Jacquelyn R. Young, Janet Marie Young, Kenneth W. Young, William M. 222 Yu, Helen Chao-Pao z Zafiratos, Thomas 222 Zakovic, Gary S. 118 Zappe, Thomas Leo 23, 122, 133, 197 Zarit, Jeffrey S. Zdvoracek, Jerryle 222 Zeis, Carolyn B. Zeissler, Paul R. Zelinski, Patricia Zemblidge, John H. 66, 174, 222 Zilbrida, Edward A. 222 Zidek, Lawrence J. Zielazinski, Virginia Zielinski, Donna D. 222 Zielinski, Laurie M. 145 Zimmerman, Kenneth 124, 149, 204 Zolotar, Denise E. 222 Zoubek, Kathleen A. Zuckerman, Faebeth 115, 222 Zuehike, Jeanne M. Zupan, Bruce 21 1 Zupan, Martin Jr. 197 I ' d like to thank the Elms staff, and the many photographers who made this book what it is. I ' d particularly like to thank my staff for the birthday party and the cake. It made this job well worthwhile. I ' d also like to thank Al Tronsen, our head copy writer, Mark Buck, who wrote the opening section copy, and Keith Schram without whom the sports section would be very inadequate. 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