Ferris State University - Ferriscope Yearbook (Big Rapids, MI)

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Present 10H AExpress Self . . . And Through Social Interaction Registration and Reunion Open School 133 I; w; a W e' B , , H: Y' . s: -W $ as tag: $15133th l! N. W : Witiagiz germ: 124 maicimsima Class codes are posted on a large screen, n Everyone" was in line to register. am; I Q $.45? 20 After a long summer vacation students and faculty returned fall quarter to be reunited with friends and to begin registration Which again proved to be a very exhausting task for students as well as faculty. Over 7,500 students enrolled for' fall quarter and many of them had to return to the Starr building the following week to take advantage of drop and add. Lines began to form in the early morning and weary students could be seen filing through until late afternoon. Classes were adde ed, dropped, and re-added until the ttperfect" schedule was achieved. Students must make out alternate schedules. Old friends met at IFC Information Day An art show at the new library helped bring returning classmates together. Picking up class cards is a major step in completing a schedule. H Bev Hrabec Reigns Over Festivities The campus sparkled with replicas othreat a weekend of fun and reminiscing. On Friday Voyages" for the 89th Annual Homecoming morning, queen finalists were introduced, and sponsored by the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon. the 1967 Homecoming Book was dedicated to Tourist housing for miles around was being President Spathelf. filled by alumni and students who returned for Queen Beverly and her court ride the royal Hoat. Queen Bev was the highlight of the parade. "3h; The queen candidates were Mary Wendland, Kappa Psi; Theresa Munger, Alpha Phi Alpha; Ruth Wesner, Tau Kappa Epsilon; Nancy Clay, Lambda Chi Alpha; Nancy Dailey, Theta Xi; Kass Farnman, Phi Delta Chi; Beverly Hrabec, Phi Kappa,Theta; Sue Cuthbertson, Phi Sig- ma Kappa; and Sherrie Louckes, Pi Kappa Alpha. 23 Delta Zeta won first place with their Hoat entitled 80n Voyage Santa.H Sigma Phi Epsilon dedicated the Homecoming Book to President Spathelf. Lambda Chi Alpha took second place with Promontory Point," 24 CO-Operation Brings First Place Floats Saturday morning began with the Pushcart Derby followed by the 39th Annual Homecom- ing Parade. Floats were judged on the basis of original- ity, adherence to the theme, and design. This yeafs first place Hoats were ttVoyage in T0- day,s Frontierv by Pi Kappa Alpha and "Bon Voyage Santa? by Delta Zeta. The Ferris-Eastern game drew bands from all parts of Michigan to present a spectacular show. A fitting climax to this gala weekend was the Homecoming Ball where three bands and an organist provided excellent entertainment for all who attended. Pi Kappa Alphzis first place Hoat, uVoyage in Todayys Frontier." Travis, first place display was entitled, hKon Tiki." It took many hours of hard work to build a good displayr 25 Fullback Dennis Bobb MN carries for a good gain against Eastern Michigan in the Homecoming game. A rugged Ferris defense helped contain the explosive EMU team. FSCs drum major, Glen Stromm, leads the band. 26 A spectacular halftime show was presented by high school bands from all over Western Michigan. Ferris Gridders Take on EMU FSC cheerleaders led the huge throng at the Homecoming game. 27 Cheering from the pep rally at Top Taggart Field on Friday evening could be heard over the entire campus. A capacity crowd of alum- ni and students roared with excitement as the final lines of our Alma Mater were sung. The queen finalists were introduced and sec- onds later Miss Beverly Hrabec was crowned 1967 Homecoming Queen. Queen Bev reigned most graciOusly over the games and contests that followed. Contests for the girls included a sack race and jumping rope. The men participated in the greased pole climb and the chariot race. Topping off Friday evening was a pre- Homecoming dance sponsored by Alpha Gam- ma Delta which gave alumni and students a chance to meet. Homecoming-a Weekend to Remember Alumni returned to discover a massive building program had altered the campus, ap- pearance almost month-by-month. Both new and 01d students took part in the myriad of ac- tivities which made Sigma Phi Epsilorfs 89th Annual Homecoming a weekend to remember. Sundayts entertainment was the New Christy Minstrels. 2? One of the contests was the greased pole Climb. 28 Adding humor to the parade was an all down band. Even Dynamite" came to town for the parade Jumping rope was one of the Friday night events. 29 Taggart and E. Mass Tops in U.F. Many students turned out for the United Fund Rally. Girls from the winning dorm were elated over their victory. Brandy,s new master, Kathy Barnes, is proud of her pet. 30 Students at FSC set a fast pace for the 1967 Mecosta County United Fund Drive by ex- ceeding their quota of $7,000. The dormitories accounted for the biggest share of the UF con- tributions with the womerfs dorms topping the men,s. Winning first place trophy in the womerfs division of the campaign was Taggart Hall, which reported $1,407. Second place was won by Puterbaugh with $1,018. East Masselink topped the menys dorms as it turned in $1,100 with Carlisle taking sec- ond place honors with $555.89. Large stuffed animals were presented to the housemothers of winning dorms. Assisting in presentation of awards were Mr. Ray Sho- berg, county chairman of the drive; Terry Kew, campus chairman; Rev. John Nadjowski, pas- tor of St. PauYs Chapel; and Dr. A. R. Win- gerter, Red Cross chairman. Fund-raising activities included burlesque shows, slave auctions, selling taffy apples, and sponsoring dances. All enjoyed the UF car wash. 31 Ray Shoberg, Mecosta County chairman, presents an award to Terry Kew, campus chairman, for heading the record smashing college por- tion of the drive. Apple picking was one of the many fund-raising activities during the UF drive, FSC United Fund Nets $10,010 Father John Najdowski contributed by having his shoes polished, The men of East Masselink took first in their division. Ferris Tops Western in Blood Bank With the assistance of Associated Women Students, Alpha Phi Omega, and students in the Medical Assistant curriculum, the student body led Ferris to a victory over Western Michigan University in the annual Blood Drive. A sample of blood is taken first to insure the health and safety of the donor and recipient. The prospective donor must give his medical history. Over eleven percent of Ferris, students contributed blood, amounting to 827 pints compared to Western,s five percent. More than 500 man hours of student help was contributed during the drive which ran from February 20 through February 22. Ferris, Blood Bank gauge rose steadily during the drive. , ngK I m 14m: 2:350 , 1 :1 no 1250 ' 11m man mm 853 " '25!!! Delta Zeta captured the first place trophy in the first annual Greek Comedy Night, "This Is The Campus That Is," First Greek Comedy Night Is Success Less than a year after Sigma Tau Beta was recognized at Ferris the brothers organized the first annual All-Greek Comedy Night. Each fraternity and sorority was invited to present a satirical skit on some phase of college life. Delta Sigma Phi placed first in the fraternity division with iiA Takeoff 0n the Dirty Doz- en? a satirical portrayal of a courtroom trial in which students judged the administrations unlawful policies. Delta Zeta took first place in the sorority competition With iiCampus Blues? Their performance consisted of several short skits about the Health Center, Pug, housing, and registration presented against background music entitled iiCampus Blues.,, 34 Alpha Phi Alpha's presentation, "A Weekend at FSC," brought the brothers a second place Ki V giggeun. ,- a:vxaigx . wk -: mixizwv"f w h , 9 15 F 4:35" yr 2gvhk r - RH"! 'uu ua'wu-u! ,1 President Spathelf" vowed to return in three days after he Alpha Gamma Delta presented a satire on the dating system at Ferris. was sentenced to hang for his crimes against Ferris students. "Ferris is Heaven" brought the Alpha Xi's a second place during Greek Pi Kappa Alpha presented a skit 0n the problems of registration. Comedy Night, 35 South Camp esidents Have Their Day South Campus Day came to an end with the picnic supper. There was some live entertainment, in addition to radio station WFRS Every spring quarter the Housing Office sponsors a day of fun and activity for resi- dents 0f the South Campus. The events for this yeafs South Campus Day included tug-of- war, a greased pig contest, three-legged races, ttbucketh races, skateboarding, mattress races, and hula dancing. AWS brought a well-known band and vocalist for the residenfs enter- tainment. Concluding the day was a picnic supper served by the food centers. Pig wrestling was one of the main attractions of the day. Bill Martin displays hi5 Skill 00 the skateboard. A tug-of-war contest was held among the dorms. Voting was the first order of business for all who attended this year's Sweetheart Ball. Dancing to the Max Barnes Orchestra was a highlight of the evening, Vicki Mooney Reigns Over Sweetheart Kappa Psi brought the Max Barnes Orchestra and the New Breed to campus winter quarter for the entertainment of all who attended the 18th annual Kappa Psi Sweetheart Ball. Greg Shell, 21 student from Eastern Michigan Uni- versity, provided organ music in the Pug as refreshments were served. Refreshments were served in the Pug and public cafeteria. The 1968 Sweetheart Queen, Miss Vicki Mooney sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon, was crowned by Edward Claus, Dean of Phar- macy. Assisting in the coronation was last yearys llSweetheartf Miss Joanne Lentine, also sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon. Raymond W Starr Chairman Carl J, Davis Delbert D. Long Board of Contro Lawrence W. Prakken Lou M. Dexter James S. Wood Charles E. Fairman President Spathelf Guides Another Year Of Growth Establishing a pace which is most conducive to the growth and general good of the entire campus is a job which Victor F. Spathelf has done well for the past 16 years. Growing from a small, three building, in- dependent institute, Ferris has become a complex of the new: new buildings, new schools, new departments, 21 new name and most importantly, thousands of new students. Much of this growth has been accomplished largely thrOugh the efforts of President Spath- elf and his dedicated administrative staff and faculty. Serving as the Dean of Students at Wayne State University prior to accepting his present position here, the president is well qualified to handle the problems that face Ferris daily. His vitality and spirit has resulted in Ferris continuing as a pace-setter in the development of higher education in Michigan. Through his leadership the school has not only followed the tradition of its founder, Woodbridge N. Ferris but has also sought to pioneer new programs and educational concepts. Excellence is an important word in the life of Victor F. Spathelf and the academic direc- tion of FSC. It is in this spirit of excellence that he has and will continue to serve Ferris State College. Administration Implements Policy A. Stephen Higgens Robert L. Huxol Administrative Assistant Vice President for Instruction John R. Smith Donald F. Rankin Vice-President for Business Operation 44 Dean of Students Ralph L. Erlewine Donald F. Scannell Director of College Relations College Relations Many new responsibilities for Ferris, ad- ministration have developed as a result of the burgeoning population and curricula. New duties included all phases of maintaining a multi-million dollar building complex as well as directing a growing number Of students and faculty. The welfare of the student has always been the most important consideration for all ad- ministrative personnel in the performance of their duties. Retaining the ttcommon touch,, and acces- sibility in dealing with the student body is an important goal of each Ferris administra- tor. John L. Johnson Director of Administrative Studies Professional Services Aid Students srygggfgyw- WW Administration at Ferris covers a broad scope of talents and duties. While some are regulatory in nature, many are set up as an aid to students. Thomas B. McHenry, Counselor of Men, aids the men on campus with their problems. He is also faculty advisor to the Interfraternity Council. Dr. Mary McClelland has been added this year as Counselor for Women. Her many duties include guiding Panhellenic Council. Maintaining relations between alumni and the college is the responsibility of James Hess, Director of Alumni Relations. Robert Large, Placement Director, is the liaison be- tween Ferris Students and the business world. Max Smith, Director of Campus Services, oversees a host of student services. Paul Brum- baugh, Director Of Audio-Visual Services, maintains classroom equipment. Mary MCCleiland Counselor for Women James R. Hess Director of Alumni Relations Thomas B. McHenry Counselor for Men 46 wag W x Max Smith Director of Campus Services Robert A. Large Placement Director Paul B. Brumbaugh Director of Audio-Visual Services 47 William Buckingham Director Of Residence Halls Helen Wild Director of Food Services Many Ta nts Direct Student Life Karl S. Walker Director of Admissions 48 k Admissions Counselors: Vordyn Nelson, Donald Mullens, Thomas Nelson, and William Kirwin. Donald Hecker Director of Academic Counselors Mahlon Herrick Registrar 49 John Ebli Director of Security Jack Jones Director of Physical Plant Mildred Halisey Director of Financial Aids 50 Administration Fulfills Varied Needs ACADEMIC COUNSELORS: Dr. Malcom Salinger, Mr. William Coy, Psychometrist; Mr, Douglas Young, Research and Testing Assistants; Mr. Otis Dickens, Mr. Michael Wirt Student interests and welfare were the prime considerations of Ferris State College administrators. Controlling the registration and orientation of all Ferris students was Mahlon Herrick, Registrar. Mildred Hallisy, Director of Financial Aids, was the center of attention for students who were in need of financial assistance. The Counselors for Admission this year were Karl Walker, Director of Admissions; Vordyn Nelson, Donald Mullins, Thomas Nel- son, Charles Crawford, and William Kerwin. Much of their time was consumed by travel to various high schools for the purpose of reviewing prospective students. Another very important duty was reviewing of applications and deciding on acceptance. Academic counselors handled students, per- sonal problems as well as those concerning academics. Mr. Chester St. Clair, Housing Counselor, coped with all problems con- cerning housing which arose throughout the year. Chester St. Claire, Housing Counselor, 5! Commerce Plans Expansion 0f Facilities Dr. Stephen Turille, Dean of the School of Commerce, reviews letters from prospective students. In December of 1967, the School of Com- merce reached another milestone with the ground-breaking for the new Commerce build- ing. It will be located south of the library on U. S. 131. This will replace the over- crowded conditions in the East building. The school plans to add an insurance pro- gram to its list of two and four-year majors leading to the A.A.S. and BS. degrees. The School Of Commerce courses are de- signed to meet today,s business needs. It Offers a number of Bachelor of Science and Associate in Science degrees in technical related business subjects. Degrees may be Obtained with a major in one of the following areas: accounting, adver- tising, banking, business administration, busi- ness data processing, management, marketing, retailing and secretarial studies. An IBM Computer 360 has been installed as part of the instructional program in busi- ness data processing. Commerce Administrators: Drl Marian Collins. Secretarial; Dr. Keith Lucas, Marketing; Dr. Ben Thomas Assistant Dean; Dr. Lowell Chapman, Accounting; and Dr. Alex Pomnichowski, Business Administration. Mrs Hicks uses audio visual equipment as an aid Jim Price Confers with Dr Johnson Dr Doris Willis is a iine example of the fact that a teacher's work is never ending. in teaching accounting Dr. William Day, Dean of the Department of Education, reviews student records. Education Department Enlarges Enrollment Growth and quality are on-going aims of the Education Department. This year the depart- ment added two faculty members. Mr. Keith Bancroft heads the mathematics department, while Dr. Dwain Ehrlich was added to teach Principles of Secondary Education. The potential teacher begins his student career With liberal arts courses, and in his junior year begins to take his specific major courses. A student entering education may select one of several courses as his selected major. Business, math, science and trade skills are the diversified areas 03ering a teaching degree. Educational programs provide a compre- hensive study in education and lead to a four- year Bachelor of Science degree. During the past .year, the Education Depart- ment participated the annual VICA con- ference, and also in the Business Teachers conference, and Math and Science Teachers conference, as well as hosting workshops and informal discussions on campus. Dr. William Vantrump tLJ and Dr. George Storm confer with students regarding Trade-tech co-opi 54 Pre-registration for an education student means hours of waiting in Dr. Day confers with a secretary and a member of the faculty in order to solve a studenVs problem. line. General Ed faculty provides Close contact with students to fulfill edu- . . cational needs, Students work for an understanding of blology concepts General Ed ucation Keeping a running tab on progress in the School of General Education is one of the many jobs of Dean Farrell. Assistant-Dean Merrill Murray,s main job is to keep informed of stu- dent activity in the School of General Education. Expands Curriculum 57 Over forty new faculty members and three new departments were added to the School Of General Education this year. The School worked hard to meet the demands encountered by a growing student body. General Education is the only division that reaches every Ferris student during some phase of his education. An associate degree is awarded to the student who completes a two year liberal arts program. Expanding the Living-Learning Center Complex, which was begun last year as an ex- periment, was a major concern of the School. The Living-Learning Center has proven to be quite successful. This General Education ex- perimental group finds students living, eating, and attending Classes in the same complex of buildings. Much patience is involved in experiments as shown by Terry Best. School of Health, Sciences, Arts Newest Addition Including ten programs, the School of Health, Sciences, and Arts was the newest addition to the curriculum of Ferris State Col- lege. The School, an outgrowth of the School of Technical and Applied Arts, was created to meet demands in the area of health. The de- velopment of an extensive array of health- related programs was necessitated by state and national needs, as well as by interest in a curriculum which would correlate with the pharmaceutical and scientific aspects of Ferris State College. Plans for the future include a new building for the School, which will contain the most modern equipment so that students become familiar with the latest methods concerning the fields of health, sciences, and arts. Mrs. Arlene Hoover, acting Dean of health, Sciences, and Arts divi- sion supervises studies in one of many labs. A Future Dental Hygienist works with a patient. Students explain techniques of machinery to touring businessmen. A faculty member sets up a lab before students participate to insure perfection in practice. Environmental Sanitation students learn the importance of lecture Classroom lecture provides basis for lab practice as shown by these' soon after they begin their college career. medical assistants. School Of Pharmacy Plans Future Growth The main goal of the Pharmacy School is the training of competent men and women for successful careers in pharmacy. On com- pletion of a five-year program the student re- ceives a BS. Degree in Pharmacy. Completing a successful year as president of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Dean Edward Claus was added to the executive board as an acting member. The 11th annual Pharmacy Week was held fall term. This conference, originally requested by students, involved seniors, pre-seniors and various pharmacy organizations on campus. The topics covered were Chosen entirely by students. Due to Medicare legislation, the school has received financial support for the 8rd Annual Summer Seminar. The program for profes- sional, licensed and retail pharmacists, was designed to aid the small hospital and nursing homes which have no pharmaceutical depart- ments. The seminar ran for three days last July. Future plans include a new building to be Shared With the School of Health Sciences and Close relations are maintained by students and faculty members of Arts the Pharmacy school. Dean Edward Claus keeps Close tabs on his department by making periodic Checks along with his assistant dean, Clark Andreson. 60 Pharmacy students prepare prescriptions in a lab. Precision and concentration is needed as Bob Conway solves a Mary Matthews learns that hours of intense training are necessary problem. for the aspiring pharmacist. 61 T 81 A Presents Unified Curricula Adding twenty-two new faculty members this year, the School of Technical and Applied Arts has followed the general Ferris trend for growth and expansion. Fall term also marked the Opening of the T 81 I Annex which houses three programs; refrigeration, air-conditioning and heating, building construction, and in the future a plastics program. I Honoring his achievements in technical edu- cation, Dean Edgar Stahl was appointed to the State of Michigan Vocational Education Coun- Cil. Remodeling the present Technical and In- dustrial Arts building is the present goal of the school with a projected summer completion date. The school will then move its two re- maining OH-Campus Classrooms, heavy equip- ment and diesel, and the AutO-Body Shop, to the building. Beginning in fall term, the school will offer four new course studies: plastics, mechanical engineering, electrical drafting, and mechani- cal lconstructionl drafting. Dean Edgar Stahl maintains close contact with students and faculty. Fellow students make good experimental subjects for putting new techniques into practice. Students find pre-class preparation necessary As weH as learning how to work a press, the student also gains an understanding of its mechanics. Individual instruction is needed in Order to understand the Finer Students use still-life as a study in color and technique. points Of an assignment, 63 Technical and Applied Arts Faculty Evelyn Anderson William Anderson Edwin Ashton Eddie Birch Charles Boueland Robert Bradley James G. Brand Robert Brawley Mathias Brejcha Joseph Brodowski Robert Carlson Earle Duncan Margaret Eller Douglas Farnham James Fohey john Cahrs Jack Gienapp Philip Ciroux Fredrick Harm James Hagedorn J. Gregory Hannahs Edwin Harmon A. Richard Hegman John Henry Richard Hertz Ansel Hook Hal Hopper John Hulse Nelson Hurst John James Newell Johnson Robert Johnson David Jones Leo Kelly Roger Kennedy Robert Kirchner 64 Glenn Krabec Leroy Larson Norbert Libby Carl Lindenmeyer Paul Lipke Walter McCarty Richard Maliszewski Kenneth Martin Wesley Merriman Phyllis Millard Francis Modlin Hubert Motry Herbert Parsons Marvin Pearson Claude Pepper Norman Peterson Sam Peticolas William Podd John Pozniak Paul Prins Joseph Puchalski Charles Rathgen William Rice James Rosebrook William Sallie Jr. Clifford Samuels John Schauble Robert Severson Donald Shreve Peter Smania William Sneden John Stager Doyle Stewart Eugene Tanner John Tanner Madeline Trimby William Unger Robert Utke Vivien Wisner Max Yeley Garnet Zimmerman Ernest Bahnsen Maxine Bartholomew William Boozer Patricia Brown Charles Christensen John Ekster Richard Hunter Pleasent Lewallen David McMullen Richard Manor Mildred Omlor Patricia Ranck Richard Manor explores a skull with a student. Louise Ryan Grace Siebers Eugene Tombs Nancie Yokom General Education Faculty 67 Robert Andrews Jack Banister Harold Baut John Belanger Norman Bennett Donald Blanding Charles Bown William Brown Glenn Campbell Lewis Carlson Thomas Chulski Gerald Church Marilyn Clark Phillip Clugston Thomas Colladay Lois Conrad Frank Curtis Dacho Dachoff Mickey Dargitz Richard Darmody Clarence DeLong Jay DeMars Paul Devlin William Donahue Stanley Driedic 0910-196m Joseph Dugas Raymond Ebmier Alfred Edwards Roger Elford Cornelius Eringgaard Robert Fergson L. Allen Fickes John Fogarty Robert Friar Joseph Gamble Walter Gillette David Giltner Cordon Colder Bennie Graves Hugh Griffith Herbert Haney Robert Harry Andrew Hart Clyde Heinonen Raymond Helsing Dixie Hess James Howard Ruth Howe Fredrick Howting Lowell Jacobs Fridolf Johnson Thomas Johnson Frank Ireland Frank Karas Irene Kazerovskis John Kelly Robert Kosanovich Dee LaBatt John Ladd G. Olof Larson James Lehnert Jesse Leister Norman Levardson Andrew Lindblom Cordon Lindland C. E. McCoy 1013 McCoy Charles McLanahan John McNamara Richard MCNeill Frank Marquis Cordon Martelle Proctor Maynard Dorothy Milton Russell Moffett Keith Montgomery William Moody Nicholas Musselman Joan Nelson Roy Newton Everett Nienhouse Niell Nutter Melvin Nyman Robert O,Brien 68 Raymond O'Dea aids Don Smith 69 General Education Faculty Raymond O Dea Daniel O,Neill Albert Peets Herbert Peterson Paula Pratt Orville Randle Lloyd Rarig Henry Reitz Alfred Rigsbee William Root Sigurd Rue John Russell Mildred Sandoz Paul Schell Marie Schiffer Bernard Seifer Richard Sessler Raymond Shoberg Charles Smith Elliott Smith Paul Spagnuolo Lucy Stewart Edward Straley Clarence Strawn Joseph Swonk Donald Tallman John Taylor Antonia Ventocilla Opie Wiest Fred Wilson Helen Wilson William Wolfinger Lucille Wright Orville Wright Shirley Young Marvin Zwiers Specialized Education Faculty Delyle Amundson Lyle Brundage June Carr Norma Conklin James Cretcher Richard Cronk Robert Hogenson Nolan Hudson Elmer Junker George Kelsh Kenneth McManis R E. Pattullo Louis Roberts Glen Sands Richard Shanahan Shirley Fehl Theodore Speerman Allan Van Antwerp Lawrence V055 Ralph Alspaugh Ronald Archbold Wendell Armstrong William Bennett Vernon Benson Cordon Casewell B. Lowell Chapman William Cole Marian Collins Mary Jane Cook Andrew DeCraene 7O Ester Frederickson Douglas Froelich Keith Fuller Sanford Halperin Louis Hampel Charles Hannon Warren Jenson Kingsley Keiber Milton Kelly james Kneussl Janet Krubec Jon Larson Faustino Leone Keith Lucas Malcolm Lund Lyle Lunstead Geraldine MacGregnr Fredrick Margrif C, Robert Mohr Earl Monical Charles Mount Jack Nelson John Pepin John Phillips Alex Pomnichowski Pearl Rankin Roland Ream Donna Sams Lewis Scott Joan Sepic Wayne Hagadone leads a Class discussion in Real Estate. Patrick Sheahan Gale Shoemaker Robert Sprague James Taggart James Tyree Irene Usas Louis Warner Doris Willis John Wilson Forest Zimpfer Albert Forlano George Holcomb Karlis Kazerovskis Donald Mileski Norwood Neumann Lloyd Poland Arthur Reid Henry Roth Harry Swartz Dr. Harry Swartz checks an experiment with Richard Hult. Department of Education Faculty Keith Bancroft Robert Hitch Robert Reeve George Storm Willaim VanTrump Harry Vanderbuilt Faculty Not Pictured Commerce Arthur H. Croft Franklin Dye Roland Hicks General Education George Blackford Herbert Carson Bernard Cripps Ben Durian Ronald Ham Charles Hampton Donald Hanzek Peter Holub Charles Horton Jerry Hithll Richard Johnson Hugh Law Glendon Hynes Sam Ketchman Frances McDermott Doris McReynolds Thomas Malloy Mary Marquardt Edmund Nash Edward Newlase Technical and Applied Arts John Crist Edwin Harmon Nelson Hurst Herman Luhrs Health Science and Arts Jacqueline Shroats Victoria Zimelis Music instructors, Dr. Dachoff, Dr. Horton, and Mr Donahue, take a few minutes for enjoyment from their busy daily schedule. Jack McElroy Michael Manbzyn George Nicolas John Norton 73 Edgar Moore Edward Schurr Edwin Wigglesworth Walton Piggott Leland Smith Walter Sonnenburg Harold Tinkle Fern Wiedemann Dean Winkleman Jack Pierson James Shane Kenneth Strickling The new library began serviceing Ferris students in April of 1967. Library in Full Operation . . . Opening its doors to students spring term of the past year, the Ferris library was the newest addition to the campus. Completing many years of careful planning, the Ferris Room has become its most unique aspect. The room gives the colleges history through pictures, books, and artifacts. The library also boasts individual study booths, conference rooms and study aids to help the student in his pursuit of knowledge. The staffing of the library was under the direction of Mrs. Goldie Nott, who with able assistants, managed all aspects of its direction. Miss Goldie Nott, head librarian, displays a treasured work of the Ferris Room. A student uses one of the many new machines as an aid to studying, Individual study booths help in cutting distraction. Moving into the library was a major operation and thus requiried the Tapes aid a student in the all important need for review. aid of many students. 75 Ulrico Schittini, noted painter and muralist, spent five days on campus painting this mural which he donated to the college 1968 Festival Of the Arts Many Ferris students Visited the elaborate exhibit of photography by Ansel Adams, Wynn Bullock and Brett Weston during the Festival of Arts. From a modest beginning 10 years ago the Festival of Arts has become an integral part Of the cultural scene at Ferris State College. Although the arts are not neglected during the rest of the year, the Festival of Arts pro- vides an opportunity to 100k anew at the importance of the various art forms. Planned by a committee of 12 faculty mem- bers and 11 students, this yeafs festival was broadened to include prominent persons in architecture, music, art, photography, and education. The Festival Of Arts serves as a continuous reminder to students, faculty, and Citizens of the area that aesthetic experiences add substance and quality to living. ?Wx A f? Donald Sinta, noted alto saxophone soloist appeared with the Concert - Band in a performance of the Concerto for Saxophone by Paul Cres- a:vgelgt?$1f1:fr21?:ks through the many orlglnal prmts for sale durmg tonh ' The 250-voice Festival Chorus performed the Oratorio u Elijah', by Mendelssohn. 79 The New Christy Minstrels were sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha during Homecoming. Pop Talent Brought to Ferris State Concerts by professional singing groups are an in- tegral part of campus activity. These groups, brought by various fraternities, are used as both money mak- ing projects and student oriented activities. Tau Kappa Epsilon sponsored Sergio Mendes 81 Brasil ,66 which presented a concert of Latin Ameri- can music during spring term 1967. The annual Homecoming concert sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha saw the New Christy Minstrels presenting a bbfolk-rockb concert. An outstanding jazz concert was given by the Ramsey Lewis Trio, sponsored by Sigma Alpha Mu, during Sweetheart weekend. Tau Kappa Epsilon sponsored Sergio Mendes 81 Brazil ,66 which appeared spring quarter 1967. The Ramsey Lewis Trio, sponsored by Sigma Alpha Mu, presented a jazz concert during winter quarter 1968. x13 The Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority sings its way to first place. lpha Cams and Phi Delts in Greek Sin Three sororities and seven fraternities par- ticipated in the annual Greek Sing held on May 6, 1967. Phi Delta Chi retired the first place trophy, having won it for three years in a row. Alpha Gamma Delta won the first place trophy in the sorority division while Delta Zeta placed second. Richard Hult of Phi Delta Chi shows off the Erst place trophy , . Nancy Nagtzaam, Alpha Gamma Delta president, receives their first place hrs fratermty won, trophy. Fine Talent Displayed in CKing and 1, During the spring quarter of 1967, the Ferris Playhouse presented Rogers, and Hammer- stein,s musical comedy, iiThe King and Ln The play is based on Margaret Landons, best selling novel, Anna and the King of Siam. The story tells of the efforts of a widowed English schoolteacher t0 iiWesternize" a 19th century King of Siam. Although he wants to modernize his colorful country, the King can- not quite understand progress, and he clings rather tenaciously to his medieval ideas. The King of Siam shows his anger when Anna refuses to bow. A slave receives a severe tongue-lashing. The King leads his subjects in prayer. 82 Rising from his throne, the king greets Anna. Anna loses her self-compogure over the Kings stubbornness. The wives and children entertain Anna with song. Playhouse Scores Hit With CBlithe Spirit; use a m dwg$ 3? N? m w Ruth, the 1iving" wife, shrieks as Howers Heat mysteriously through the air. After dying in an accident, Ruth Delores Delonghw returns as a ghost to haunt her husband Charles Whillip Clugstom Dr, Bradman Games Middaugm tries to awaken Madame Arcati Charl0tte Mayer who passed out during a trance. 84 Ferris Playhouse scored another success with their portrayal of Noel Cowards, BLITHE SPIRIT during the fall quarter. The T improb- able farcen as labeled by the author, finds a man happily married to his second wife who is suddenly confronted with the ghost of his first wife. The cast included: Michele Milantoni, De- lores Dejonghe, Phillip Clugston, James Mid- daugh, Cheryl Weiss, Charlotte Mayer and Jody Kramer. The play was directed by Dr. Lyle Mayer with technical assistance from Michael Koonce and Edward Zalewski. Ruth and Elvira upset the life of their husband Charles. Madame Arcati helps Ruth find a way to exorcise Elvira. Charles is the center of all the problems when his wives return as ghosts. 85 Ferris Playhouse Presents Unique Play The Broadway hit iiMaraUSadeT, was pre- sented by the Ferris Playhouse to kick off the Festival of Arts winter quarter. Between 1797 and 1811, the director of the Charenton Asy- lum, Monsieur de Coulmier, established regu- lar theatrical entertainments in his clinic as part of the therapeutic treatment of his pa- tients. The notorious Marquis de Sade, an inmate 0f Charenton from 1803 until his death in 1814, wrote and directed many of these entertain- ments. The musical portions, including a gar- ish vocal quartet, organ and mysterious elec- tronically-created music are as different as the play is radical. Marat Sade was the second annual student- faculty production. Its cast included twenty seven students, six faculty members and one faculty wife. The production was directed by Dr. Lyle Mayer. Announcing the scenes and providing sound effects is the Herald tPhiliip Erlewinel The Four Singers, Cucurucu tRichard VillaireL Rossignol tMichele Milantonii, Kokol tWilliam Brown1 and Polpoch tDavid Bondy1 filled in time gaps of the play. 86 Charlotte Corday hConnie Sadled attempts to assasinate Jean Paul Marat hPhillip Clugstonh but is stopped by Marquis de Sade hRonald Haml l. The chief apostle of Jean Paul Marat, Jacques Roux hMichael Mallow gives one of his rabble-rousing speeches. Duperret Ora FadenL the lover of Charlotte Corday, finds her hidden Monsieur de Coulmier hThomas Mallow, director 0f the Charenton knife. Asylum, is attacked by the " Mad Animal" Gohn Fogartw, 87 First place winner, The Kenny Green Quintet, is composed of Oliver Garrison, Kenny Green, Elvin McClure, Ricky Hardacre, Michael Hilyard and Charles Perryi Instrumental Group Wins Talent Show Mike Melfi, a pianist who played classical and contemporary music, placed second. Winners of Ferris State Colleges annual Talent Show sponsored by the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon included over a dozen variety acts. First place was taken by the Kenny Green Quintet. The quintet is composed of Oliver Garrison, Kenny Green, Elvin McClure, Ricky Hardacre, Michael Hilyard, and Charles Perry. Mike Melfi played classical and contempo- rary music on the piano which brought him a second place. Karen Wilhelm placed third with her rendition of TAlfie" and iiWhat Kind of F001 Am I"? The talent was judged by a written audi- ence vote with- trophies awarded to the win- ners. Proceeds from the show go into a schol- arship fund sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. The scholarship is then awarded in the spring to a member of the fraternity who has maintained excellent grades while actively participating in all campus functions. V Hoxsie entertained the audience with various folk renditions. Lynn Sutherton sang the theme song from uValley 0f the Dolls" much to the delight of the audience Linda Evans displays her vocal talents at the Sig Ep talent Show. Nina Bergamier provided a change of pace with her version of 21 bur- lesque dancer. Olaeta Basque festival dancers and musicians of Bilb'io presented a stirring and colorful program describing the unique folk Culture of the Basques, during fall quarter. GEAC Presents Cultural Programs Ferris students were entertained by the Chicago Symphony String Quartet which played a variety of music The Concert Choir, joined by the Men,s Glee Club for two choruses, presented Han- de1,s oratorio, the Messiah, at the Christmas Concert. Soloists in the performance were Sally Caniff' and Darlene Thorstenson, a facul- ty member, Ronald Ham, and Wayne Haga- done, a local businessman. Sounds of Camelot, Brigadoon, and My Fair Lady were heard in the Fall Chorale salute to the successful Broadway musical team of Ler- ner and Loewe, presented by the Women,s Glee Club and directed by Dr. Charles Horton. Guest soloists were Tim Daros, David Kruse, and Mike Koonce. Instrumentalists were Jim Ransford, piano, and Craig Bennett, percus- sron. Paul Roche, noted poet from England, spent three days on campus as "visiting poet." The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Izler Solomon, conductor, presented an enjoyable evening of classical music during spring quarter. 91 The Ferris State College MenTs Glee Club sang in the 20th Annual Christmas Concert. Active Year Typifies Menis Glee Clu This year the Men,s Glee Club completed a season that met with overwhelming response. The Glee Club began the year by singing to a near capacity audience in Starr Auditorium at the 20th Annual Christmas Concert, 21 joint program with the choir. Winter quarter the Glee Club toured the southern part of Michi- gan giving concerts for the high schools in the area. The 2nd Annual Spring Concert was the highlight of the year for the Glee Club. The Ferris Wheels, Barckley Roach, Lonnie Deur, James Ransford, Mike Ehingher sing barbershop favorites. The Changing Times, Carl Wilcoxson, Dick Shovan, Jim Waite, and Dan Pitcher, perform during a concert in Starr Discussing plans for their 196168 activities are David Hoovler, secretary-treasurer; Russ Rhynard, vice president; Barckley Roach, president; William Donahue, director. The Concert Choir presented "The Messiah" at Christmas. Concert Choir Presents Messiah Sally Caniff was one of four soloists during the Choir's presentation of " Messiah." Mike Koonce appears as a guest soloist in ttSalute to Lerner and Loewe." All-College Convocations which were planned and organized by the General Educa- tion Assembly Committee comprised an impor- tant part of the cultural program of Ferris State College. During the year, in addition to the programs pictured, the GEAC featured the Wayne State University Men,s Glee Club prior to their European tour, Godfrey Sperling, Jr., Manager of the Washington News Bureau of the Christian Science Monitor; and Bill Sands, author and noted speaker on American Penolo- gY- Lerner and Loewe Saluted by Choir, Members of the choir presented a choral tribute to Lerner and Loewe. Area bands presented a salute to returning alumni and students Leading the FSC Band for 1967-68 are Drum Major Glenn StrOm and during the 39th Homecoming Majorettes Andrea Reznik and Elizabeth Peacock, FSC B in Action The Ferris State College Marching Band of1967'68 The drum section of the Ferris Band displays their talents during a half-time Ceremony, The 1967-68 Ferris State College Band, under the direction of William Root, con- tinued to uphold high standards of perform- ance throughout the year. Ferris bandsmen were divided into the Marching Band, Concert Band, Varsity Band, and Stage Band. All divisions actively partici- pated in Young Peoples, concerts, tours, half- time performances, parades, and radio broad- casts. Assisting with the growth and development of the FSC Bands was the honorary band fra- ternity and sorority, Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma. Outstanding high school musicians joined Ferris musicians at the annual honors band Clinic during commencement weekend. Even during adverse conditions the band continues with their halftime performance. Drum major Glemm Strom and majorette Andrea Reznik lead the band in their march around the track. Dr William D, Revelli conducted the Honors Band spring quarter. Bands Present M The Summer Band held their first outdoor concert on the sloping lawn of Swan Technical and Ap- plied Arts building. FSC bands presented various concerts on stage in Starr Auditoriume FSC BAND OFFICERS FRONT ROW: Sharon Stine, freshman Class representative; Sue Barling, secretary-treasurer; Dr. Dachoff, Mr. William Root, conductor; Dick Schuberg, upperclassman representa- tive; Dave Underwood, vice-president; Armon Withey, president; Glenn Strom, drum major and freshman representative. The 1967-68 Ferris State College Band under the direction of William Root, continu- ed to uphold its high standards of performance throughout the year. Ferris bandsmen were divided into the Marching Band, Concert Band, Varsity Band, and Stage Band. A11 divisions, actively partic- ipated in Young Peoples, concerts, tours, half- time performances, parades, and radio broad- casts. Assisting with the growth and development of the FSC Bands was the honorary band fra- ternity and sorority, Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma. Outstanding high school musicians joined Ferris musicians at the annual honors band clinic during commencement weekend. FSC bands under the direction of William D Revelli provided musical portions of commencement. Orchestra Returns After 40 Years mewwm Conductor Dacho DachoH works hard to develop an orchestra. After nearly forty years of inactivity, the Ferris State College Orchestra was reorgan- ized in the fall of 1967. Under the direction of Dr. Dacho DaChOH, interested musicians em- barked upon the development of an orchestra and chamber music program. Throughout the year the orchestra studied and performed the masterpieces of the great composers from the Baroque, Classic, Romantic, and Contemp- orary eras. By winter quarter a string quartet was de- veloped within the orchestra. The group played selections of popular chamber music at various campus functions throughout the winter and spring quarters. Culminating the year for the Ferris State College Orchestra was a broadcast spring quarter over the campus and local radio sta- tions in the area. Cellists, Mrs Lloyd Raring and Mark Ladd, go over a few "rough spots" together. The Ferris State College Orchestra puts in many hours of rehearsal before each performance Violinist Karen Hawn concentrates intensely as she practices The Concert Chorus presented its rendition of Mendelssohnhs "Elijahhyh The Womenys Glee helps make up the Festival Chorus which numbered 275 this year. Gerald Smith appeared with the Festival Chorus as the title role in Mendelssohrfs OratoriottElijah." The Ferris Singers, selected from members of the Concert Choir, performed the Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes in the Festival of the Arts Winter Choral Concert. Members Of the group are Karla Brown, Marilyn Cant, Chris Jeffery, Gayle Reed, Darlene Thorstenson, Sally CaniH, Jane Drury, Mary Freeman, Donna Mellon, Jane Miller, Jim Daros, James Heinzen, Pete Maas, Bruce Tagge, Mike Koonce, Dave Kruse, Sam Lyndon, and Denis Stevens. Members of the Concert Choir and the Women,s and Merfs Glee Clubs were joined by vocalists from the Big Rapids area in a 275- voice Festival Chorus rendition of Men- delssohnys ttElijahf, The Winter Choral Con- cert also featured guest soloist Gerald Smith, a faculty member from Northwestern Uni- versity and saw the debut of the Ferris Sing- ers. Concert Chorus Appears in Concert Jim Ransford, who has been piano accompanist for the Women's Glee Club, Merfs Glee Club, and the Concert Choir for three years, pre- sented a joint recital with Dr. Horton in the spring; they performed SChumands " Piano Concerto in A Minor" ACCOUNTING CLUB ROW 1: Keith Fuller, advisor; Judith Smith, secretary; Gary Steensma, treasurer; James Ransford, president; John Saur, viceepresident; Dri Lowell Chapman, advisor. ROW 2: Steven Wyns, Donald Delong, Minor Thomas, Laverne Breuker, Virgil Biggs, David Morrison, Joseph Cote, Michael Rigglei ROW 3: James Meyer, Cary Berner, Roy Zimmerman, Robert Wierzbicki, Harold Merz, Mi- chael Vanderlaan, James Lantz, Marty Lihan, DeWitt Boosel. ROW 4: Tom VanHoutte, Patrick OyDonnell, William Kolinski, Larry Vanliere, Dennis Wolbert, Robert Centner, Andre Re, Steven Levenburg, Rich- ard Monsma, Charles Warren. Future Accountants Hear Speakers Accounting Club members, teachers, and professional accountants met during the year to discuss current accounting problems. Speak- ers came from Flint, Muskegon, Lansing, and Detroit to present the latest accounting meth- ods and demonstrate how theory is applied to work situations giving the members an insight into actual business practices. The club,s active year culminated in the spring with the Club banquet at which time re- cognition and awards were given to outstand- ing accounting students. Mr Raymond Maihofer, C,P.A. for Maihofer, Moore 61 DeLong of Muskegon, discusses Current accounting problems with the Accounting Club. ART GUILD ROW I: Clark Mishler, vice president; Dale Yar- acting advisor. ROW 2: Tim Stevens, David Cage, Joan Priehs, Mar- muth,pub1icity chairman; Linda Gorton, secretary-treasurer; Leo Kelly, guerite Flournoy, Mark Soper, Gayl Casselmon, Art Guild Participates in Festival Of Arts Programs for the members of the Ferris Art Guild included demonstrations by art instruc- tors in artistic creation, silk screen, and life drawings. Club projects included homemade movies, campus art and poster work, visits to surrounding art exhibits, and participation in the Festival Of Arts. The Art Guild, one of the newest groups on campus, has made considerable progress in the past year by becoming very active in all phases of the fine arts on campus. Ron Myers points out various type styles to Judy Cramer. 107 ACSG Forms Campus Improvement Committee Ferris, All College Student Government represents the students and strives to meet the needs of the student body. Communication be- tween students and the administration was an important factor which improved greatly in the past year. Both inadequate housing facilities for Off campus students and dress regulations for women students have been long standing areas of discussion. This year the All College Student Government took definite steps to change these regulations. There was also a suggestion box in the Student Government office in which the stu- dents themselves could express ideas for campus improvements. A new committee for Campus Improvements was formed, and worked with the students and administration to find solutions for Ferris, problems. ALL COLLEGE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ROW 1: James 5, Young, advisor-Assistant Dean of Students; David Fershee, housing chairman; Mike Busch, speaker; Nancy Dailey, secretary; John Cook, chairman-Committee for Campus Improvements. ROW 2: Lynne 108 Vice President, Mike Busch discusses new proposals. Strong, Carole Meyers, Gary Perdew, DiAnne Janus, Jacques Almas- sian, Joel Black, Patty Knapp. ROW 3: Patrick Vollmar, Stuart Wall, Ronald DeMeritt, Judicial Chairman, George Klepser, Allan Hub- bard, Sam Denn, Milt Kley, Bob Schultz. STUDENT SENATE EXECUTIVE BOARD ROW 1: Mark Hart, Gladys Allen, Marcia Hemker, John Robertaccio, Stuart Wall, Cary treasurer, Mike Busch, vice president, Bud MCMullen, president, Miller,Mark Pankner,PaulMarkey,Lawrence Kish. Nancy Dailey, secretary, Mike Kelly, public relations. ROW 2: Dave Fershee, senator, and Mike Busch, vice president, review a newly-made proposal Nancy Dailey, secretary, directs discussion through her notes at a Senate meeting. 109 AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION ROW 1: Donald Mileski, Advisor; Dale Boukma, treasurer; John Stolarski, president; Lani Ochs, corresponding secretary; John Ochs, delegate; Jacques Almassian, vice president. ROW 2: Earl Sawisch, Bruce Campbell, John Dorland, Phyllis Wickstrom, David Johnson, Cary Huiskens, Thomas Silhavy, Peter Berlin, John R Miarka, Ricky Pahl. ROW 3: Ross DeGraaf, Michael Stephan, Roger Byron, Joseph Hawkins, Robert Marr, Robert Clupker, Dennis Kalsow, David Armstrong, Randy Estes, Robert Tebo ROW 4: Dennis Weaver, David Powers, Thomas Needham, Terry Skoglund, Carl VVilberg, Michael Maher, Bri- an Jacobs, Bryon Higgins, Howard Kremer, Robert Corski, Raymond Lull, ROW 5: Doug Ludtke. National Pharmacy Week Held by A. Ph.A Dr, Ben Durian and Dale Boukma exchange comments on topics discussed at the conference. ii , . Mr. John Ochs opened the Pharmacy Week Conference with a presen- tation on the latest pharmaceutical developments. Dr. Karlis Kazerovskis and Dr. Albert Forlano formulate questions to stump the students during the faculty-student debate. Dr. Kazerovskis speaks on the field of pharmacy 20 years from now. Over 300 pharmacy students make up the membership of the American Pharmaceutical Association of Ferris State College. Monthly meetings were held during the school year where such topics as ethics and profession- alism were discussed. Movies concerning great men in pharmacy were shown. A National Pharmacy Week conference was sponsored by A. Ph. A. during which experts in the held of pharmacy presented an all-day program for the pharmacy students. Students listen intently to lectures given during the National Phar- macy Week conference. HI B,NAI ISRAEL ROW 1: Jay Waldman, president; Howard Fink, treasurer; Stan Santow, vice president; Marsha Johnson, secretary, The Ugliest Man on Campus contest, one of the biggest events on campus spring quarter, was sponsored by B,nai Israel with the pro- ceeds going to the Marc Center for handi- capped Children. Activities for the year in- cluded Friday night religious services, guest speakers who presented talks on areas of interest, Visits to cultural exhibits, Bagel Blasts, and service to the college and commu- nitv. ROW 2: Ira Faden, Steven Levine, Helene Steinlauf, Marcia Shapiro, Sandy ZaroH. B,Nai Israel Serves College and Community Btnai Israel members devoted all their attention to one of the many guest speakers who presented talks on various subjects. COLLEGE REPUBLICANS ROW 1: Bruce Campbell, treasurer; Earl Collom, program director; Cary Pardike, chairman; Donald Fry- er, public relations: William Gallagher. ROW 2: John Cleveland, Robert Hawkins, Cara Trefry, Melvin johnson, Russell Hiatt, Wile liam Martin, Patrick Harvey. ROW 3: Morris Johnson, Mike Blanding, William Center, Bill Ryan, Jim Davis, Denis Weiffenbach, Steve Fer- ency, Roger Loe. ROW 4: Thomas Saari, jerry Keizer, Dale Humbert, Douglas Heidman, Rick Brink, Bill Cosgrove, P. Cwinn Pitchford, Timothy Harrington, Karl Finni. ROW 5: Randall Raar, David Bettys, Bruce Fagala, David Egan, Tom Murdock, Roger Reirdorf, James Haven, Brian Ewards, Dean Barker, Phil Berquist. GOP Holds First Information Day The Ferris State College Republicans initi- ated the first annual Information Day and Club Banquet this year for the purpose of better acquainting students with the Repub- lican philosophy and honoring outstanding members. Other activities included a survey to determine presidential candidate popular- ity on campus and a bi-monthly newsletter published for Club distribution. Bringing a wide array of ideas before the members and student body, the club spon- sored prominent speakers on topics ranging from the draft to Republican ideology. The Director of Michigan Selective Service, and the Chairman of the Republican Party in Michigan were among the guest speakers who addressed the Club. Members also had the opportunity to meet with state leaders and legislators to discuss politics and domestic issues informally in their search for a better understanding of government and the problems that will face them as the citizens of tomorrow. 113 Don Fryer and Cary Pardike take a Presidential opinion poll. ASSOCIATED WOMENS SOCIETY EXECUTIVE ROW 1: Cinda ley, public relations; Kathy Klepser, Ward Hall, Dianne Janus, Bradford, treasurer; Susan Pelloni, vice president; Gladys Allen, Clark Hall-Student Senate; Sue Dean, Vandercook Hall; Mary president; Anne Fosler, vice president judiciary; Mary Jane Andres, McClelland, adviser, secretary. ROW 2: Cynthia Hermansen, Henderson Hall; Jane VVest- AWS Serves FSC Women Students ASSOCIATED WOMEN,S SOCIETY JUDICIAL ROW 1: Anne Fosler, chairman; Pam Decker, Karen Kopas. ROW 2: Mary McClelland, adviser; Elizabeth Zsoter, Judith Smith, Audrey Dussel H4 A.W.S. provides refreshments at Smarty Party. The Associated Women Students purpose is to serve all the women students at Ferris State College. During the year the AWS carried on the traditional events such as the Big-Little Sister assembly, the Smarty Party for those women who earn a 8.00 or better, the Door-Decorating contest, the Holly Hop, and the Senior Break- fast for graduating women. The Judicial Board and the Standards Boards are also a branch of the AWS. The Judiciary Board, whose purpose was to handle discipli- nary cases referred to it by the dorms, was made up of a representative from each resi- dence hall. Each dormitory had 3 Standards Board, consisting of a girl from each Hoor, which handled problems concerning late min- utes and write ups. 115 Victor Spathelf congratulates women receiving a 3.00 point or better scholastic average. Smarty Party is sponsored every term by AWS. DENTAL HYGIENISTS ASSOCIATION ROW 1: W. L. Boozer, adviser; Mrs, L Ryan, adviser; Judy Hooper, president; Susan Stumpf, vice president; Barbara Boesenecker, treasurer; Lindee McMullen, secretary. ROW 2: Mary Kudlica, Cindy MaCKellar, Laura Gibson, Judy Bobian, Wendy Pedden, Gail Hodde, Paula Becker, Linda Schmitt, Mary Ogles, Betty Horr, Claudia Chase, Christine DeRousie, ROW 3: Cheryl Boland, Linda Krugel, Gloria Latsch, Linda Batch, Kathy Merkins, Nancy Willert, Lynn Yeater, Diane MCFarlane, Troth Price, Teri Holldwell, Vicki Hoppe, Peggy Malinowski, Dawn VanOrderi ROW 4: Lorraine Crigsby, Kathy Barnes, Ronni Ritter, Linda Moore, Paula Brown, Christine Mason, Cheryl Lovewell, Roberta Arbogast, Diane Pavelka, Alice Beahan, Janice Simmons, Cheryl Peltier, Beth Lalley, Nancy Nagtzaam, Ruth Rowell. ROW 5: Judy Stiler, Roberta Jones, Tina Jagos, Sheryl Couture, Gail Merz, Sue Van Houten, Phyllis Spitzer, Joan Poole, Pamala Crayson, Nancy Young, Cheryl Herringshaw, Jackie Doe, Susan Roudebush, Kathleen Krater, Cherylann Meyer, Nancy Baird, Cathy Lawrence. Dental Hygienists Assn. Begins Third Year Linda Moore puts her dental technology to practical use. Welcoming the third Class of dental hygien- ists t0 Ferris was the American Junior Dental Hygiene Association. The goal of the hygien- ists was to promote better dental health by selling toothbrushes and serving in the Dental Hygiene Clinic which was Open to all students and faculty. The climax of the year came when four members of this yeafs senior Class were Cho- sen to attend the annual American Dental Hy- gienists convention in Washington DC. At a meeting held immediately after their return, the representatives presented a program on the latest ideas and methods in the dental hygiene field. LEADERSHIP CLUB ROW 1: Mrs Dixie Hess, adviser; Thomas Rentz, Helen Rawlinson, Joseph Hawkins, vice-president; Linda Hale, Barckley Roach, secretary-treasurer; Virgil Biggs, Ray Helsing, advis- ort ROW 2: Darlene Thompson, Patsy Foster, Bucky Sawisch, Gina Essenmacher, Jon Merriman, Charles Bowers, Pat Drewett, Suzanne LeDuc, Janet DeLaere, David Reed. ROW 3: Barbara Boesenecker, Doug Tuttle, Linda Ozenghar, Mark Witczak, Kathleen Krater, Gene Kangas, Daryl Weaver, Michael Winter, John Horshok, Ronald Dugas, James Skinner, ROW 4: Lou Rollenhagen, Jim Stuck, David Potter, Dick Pelaere, Bill Stewart, Larry Marfechuk, Donald Anderson, Bob Knapp, Craig Schavilje, Doug Buning. Leadership Members at Work Bill Stewart and Joe Hawkins assist Physical Education classes. H7 Physical education students who have prov- en their athletic ability, character and leader- ship potential make up the Leadership Club. These students have qualified in every phase of assisting the Health and Physical Education Department instructors with Class instruction, as well as intramural activities. Members of the Leadership Club help to build the skill, fitness, and Character of fellow students by showing them new channels for activity during their leisure time. FERRIS DAMES ROW 1: Marilynn Wieneke, Mrs. John Huffman, sponsor, Cynthia Kiblinger, Pat Clark, Sandy Griffith, Paula Ny- strom, Linda Mette, Rita Krol. ROW 2: Debbie Miskowiec, Dawn Lau, Jean Morrical, Chris Schmitt, Joann Leo, Carolyn Richardson, Marilyn DeFore, Gloria Cote, Penny Peabodyi ROW 3: Sherie Zale, Jocklyn Smith, Sharon Venema, Sue Roller, Kristin Horton, Connie Blaszczynski, Sheila Werly, Sue Burr, Jacqueline Baranec, Rennie Ferris Dames Present Latest Fashions The Ferris Dames, a group of student wives, was organized at Ferris in 1956. They are members of the National Association of Uni- versity Dames, and are sponsored by the As- sociation 0f Ferris Women. In keeping with their commitment to com- munity service this year the Dames con- tribued t0 the American Red Cross Diddy Bag project which provides each serviceman in Viet Nam with a Christmas gift. Highlights of this year,s program included a Fall Tea and Style Show, a doctor,s panel, a iiWhite Elephant" sale, and a Children,s Christmas party. Graduation banquets were held in December and May where the wives of seniors received their iiPHT Degree" tPut- ting Hubby Throughi. Corrigan, ROW 4: Mary Laskowski, Jacqueline Cox, Nancy Bishop, Lauren Dalzell, Margaret Stensland, Sharron Desjarlais, Susan Stoudt, Mary Jo Groves, Jan Oleson, Marlene Lahr, Jan Stewart. ROW 5: Jackie Edington, Sue Muscott, Beth Rose, Honey Duprey, Marianne Baerman, Ilona Veine, Carrol Kalsow, Carol Ann Clavier, Paulette Tuesley, Jeanette Krusei The latest lounging fashions were shown. 118 DATA PROCESSING ASSOCIATION ROW 1: Joseph Jacques, vice- president; programs, Frank Moss, vice-president, public relations, Rex Denslow, president; Sharon Fetters, secretary; Armon Withey, secreta- ry-treasurer; Sammel Deschaine, executive vice-president. ROW 2: John Phillips, Peggy Thompson, Joan Hurford, John Allen, Carol Schwenn, Jeff Hanson, Tim Taggart. ROW 3: Mike Judd, David Mul- der, Bev May, Lynnda Harhauzer, Warren Dupuis, Jim Surofchek, Ron Shoemaker, Ron Hnizda. ROW 4: Robert Cameron, Dale Bogard, Dan Willison, Dick Peterson, Chet Jasak, Clifford DeFore, Dennis Core, John Ozdych, Dan Campbelle Data Processing Travels to DOW Chemical Field trips to companies such as Dow Chem- icaL hjonthlental h4ot0rs, and hleneral hdotors added Hethe knoededge 0fthe nuxnbem 0f Ferris Data Processing Association. Their most popular event durhqg the year WQB the IDate hdatch dance heune couplesxverelnatched ac- cording to the calculations of Ferris State hjol- lege,s IBM 1401 computer. VVHHerternlsahfthe arhvalofthe nehIIBhd 360 conunner conuhex and Ulthe sprhggthe second annual F D.PJX banquet was hekito honor outstanding members and discuss plans for next year . m H9 JeH Hanson, Rex Denslow and Sam Deschaine look over new IBM computer. VETS CLUB ROW 1: John Shaltry, Loren Sigilla, David Wood, David Matthews, Hugh C. Crithh, advisor, Bruce Barrie, president, Dennis Whitney, vice president. ROW 2: Johnny Johnson, Daniel Haight, Neil Wood, Robert Majernik, Frank Leiter, Gary Perdew, Wilburn Harris, Bob Parker, Walter Len. ROW 3: Roger Clark, Robin Clark, K John Weborg, Daivd Link, Jim Coombs, Richard Ruther- ford, Jan Fokens, Donald Vincent, Larry Thornton, Donald Cabble, With the increase in benefits under the new GI Bill, the Ferris State Veteran,s As- sociation has quadrupled its membership since the fall of 1966. The organization which began with only ten men in 1968 now has a roll-call of over 200. An Actions Committee was formed this year for the purpose of improving the image of college students in Big Rapids through such deeds as shoveling walks, helping people with groceries, and repairing senior Citizens, homes. The Vets also sent a boy to Boys, State and sponsored a girl as a Future Business Leader of America. The organization promoted the welfare of veteran students and endeavored to provide a basis of mutual interest for them. Not only did the club work to strengthen community- campus relations, but it also participated in all campus events including intramural sports by entering three or more teams in each sport. 120 ROW 4: Fred Bray, Rick Socha, David Morrison, Rich Matzen, Donald Schmidt, Thomas MacQueen, Wayne Croasdell, Jerry Bolton, Hugh Rea, Harry Kuk, Sai Wisneski. ROW 5: Steven Ross, Jerry Gresham, John Kavanagh, Raymond Lull, Joseph Sisung, Gerald Belanger, James Roddy, Douglas Hura, Robert Maihofer, Richard Hawk. You,re lookin' good this year Zelda! VET'S CLUB ROW 1: Wayne Shook, John Cook, George Bryant, David L. Dirkse, John Nibbelink, Harold Fredrickson, ROW 2: Jack Madsen, Melvin Lindeman, Howard Stross, Daivd Fisher, Roger Weaver, Gary Schmidt, Mike Mullendore, Greg Modders, ROW 3: Dennis Crehl, Nathan Frank, Jr, Carry Bradley, William Watt, Fay Fountain, Cliff Nordin, Jim Krause, Clayton Kelly, Robert Van Eyck, Danny Campbell. ROW 4: Bob McIntyre, Clifford Courter, Terry Major, Ronald Novak, Timothy Everett, Michael Ramsey, Thomas Perry, Miles VanOrman, Lionel Bower, Milt Stanton, Fred Haller. ROW 5: Keith Markert, Corey Bouyer, Richard Nilbrink, Richard Simonelli, Ken Frambes, Tom Abrahamson, Freemah Gil- more, George Woods, David Morley, Donald Blough, Robert Glatz Vets Aid Community in Clean-up in Lending a helping hand in a community project is one activity the Vets participate in. 121 Meetings provide an open forum. MARKETING CLUB ROW 1: John Sobocienski, Prof. K. Keiber, advisor, Hugh Ft Broersma, president, Joanne Lentine, secretary, Carolyn Thiele, vice president tmembershipt, Kenneth Bauer, vice president tpublicityk James Jump. ROW 2: Bernard Putt, Duane Fletcher, Mary Ann Mathews, Peg Peck, Karen Jensen, Anne Fosler, Lorraine Duchene, Donna Laizure. ROW 3: David Berry, Jon Merri- man, Jack Van Oeveren, Ronald Smith, Brent Knight, Dean Mure doch, Donald Lightfoot, Cathy Leverenz, Dan Dysarz. ROW 4. Tom Cram, James Bixler, Bill Albrecht, Doug Olin, Rick Rizzuto, Tom Nowak, Dale Perd, Patricia Gamble, Dennis Scramblin, Bill Merrill, ROW 5: Christine Gran, Shari Riggs, Patricia Kuiper, Carolyn Henk, Donald Schmidt, Joe Re Hunter, Joy Snyder, Michael Johnson, Ken- neth Smith, Richard Bosco, Richard Rollert Marketing Club Sponsors Guest Speakers During the past year, six outstanding speakers presented talks in the areas of sales, advertising, sales management, purchasing, market research, and marketing manage- ment. The club co-sponsored an Advertising Agency Day program with Alpha Delta Sigma advertising fraternity. A special panel program composed of six marketing alumni handled the topic ttThe Pitfalls After Gradua- tioneWhat t0 DOEY, In March, twenty-one seniors attended the Industryts New Talent Recruiting conference in Chicago, Illinois. The highlight of the year was the Eleventh Annual Marketing Con- ference and Banquet held in May. Marketing students sign up for membership in the Marketing Club. MARKETING CLUB ROW 1: Karen Burdo, Cathy Sessin, Gordie Hershberger, Arden Cnossen, Donald Sakowski, Donald Vincent ROW 2: Richard Hawk, Ronald Rycus, Gary Mudge, Jerald Rush- more, Walter Hannan, Thomas Prince, Earl Steiner, Steve Potter ROW 3: J. Roger Malette, C. Thomas Foster, Thomas Olkowski, Donald Zale, Hugh King, Dale Dehaan, David Whiting, John Za- Steven Saboff, vice president of Leonard Refineries, receives his plaque from Hugh Broersma, Marketing Club president. wacki, Mike Pchlod. ROW 4: Stuart Wall, Kingsley Keiber, Jr., James Collins, Gary Hartwig, Daniel Woolner, Melvin Seiter, Marc Cutter, Terry Moore, Clare Travis, John Chlystek. ROW 5: Robert King, Scott Michael, F. Bill Pike, Bob Reagin, James Price, David Dirkse, Brent Smith, J. P. Bull, Daniel Cassler. Royce Clay, American Seating Company, opened the panel session on uPurchasings Contribution to Company Profit? SKI CLUB ROW 1: Alferd Rigsbee, faculty advisor; jean Wagenaar, membership chairman; James Sullivan, CO-captain; Dale Humbert, president; Jeffrey Cross, treasurer; Dave Thomas, publicity chairman; Bob Padula, activities chairman. ROW 2: Bill McDaniel, Craig Adams, Mikki Semick, Barbara Fillingham, Barb Kiacz, Brent Bailey, Diane Bullis, Diane Otis, Michael McDonald, Barbara Brisbane, Alicea Ber- ger. ROW 3: Christine Frjad, Debby Stuwe, Darlene Leppek, Jeri Spitzer, Sharon Joyce, Robert Mogg, Tom Puggard, Jim Bagby, Dave Hildreth, Jim Thomas, Thomas Pierce, Robert Cameron. ROW 4: Bob Foster, Al VanHemert, Terry Vericker, Chet Matuszak, Chuck Mehl- berg, George Berry, Nancy Frain, Ray Heminger, Andy Newman, Eric Sturdy, Jim Bradshaw, Dick Riisberg, Marv Wojciechowski. ROW 5: Greg Falconer, Randy Olsen, Cary Nelkie, Ron Martenka, Jerry Keize er, Cary Fischer, JeH Montei, Ken Zoppa, Tim Pierce, Len Bigler, Bob Armock, Vance Ludgin, Ron Johnson, James VanWormer. Ski Club Travels to Boyne Mountain The first snow fall was the signal for mem- bers of the Ski Club to begin preparing for trips to Brady Hills and Caberfae, and for the Ski Team to prepare for competition with oth- er state colleges and universities. Novice mem- bers of the club were given free lessons in preparation for a weekend trip to Boyne Mountain. Incorporated in the Ski Club is the Ferris State College ski team. This yeafs squad was headed by Jay Cooke and Jim Sullivan. The team,s first meet was February 3, and the mem- bers were strong contenders in the league com- petition. 121 Kris Cuske and Sue Hooks prepare to embark on a weekend skiing trips FUTURE SECRETARIES ROW 1: Rinda Person, secretary; Diane Van Conant, vice-president; Patricia Patterson, president; jeanne Lytle, reporter; Janet Wild, treasurer, ROW 2: Lenell M. Slaten, sponsor, Donna Kann, Karen Smith, Patricia Shoemaker, Claudia Noreen, Rob in Gebben, Faustino Leone. ROW 3: Jan Hannewald, Donna Bachelor, Linda Culinski, Marilyn Riley, Pam Weissinger, Karen Brown, Rose- mary Wakulat, Raylene Lober. ROW 4: Mary Ann Hudechek, Linda McIntyre, Jean Ceseski, Lynne Erickson, Sally Van Aartsen, Barbara Bengry, Lois Clark FSA Honors CSecretary 0f the Year, Linda Culinski observes typing techniques of Pam Weissingert Events highlighting the year for the Future Secretaries Association included a field trip to a large corporation, guest speakers from vari- ous business offices, and the annual ttSecretary 0f the Yeaf, banquet and awards night where the top secretarial students were honored. Sponsored by the National Secretaries Asso- ciation of Grand Rapids, the Future Secretaries Association is an organization open to all wo- men on campus who are enrolled in a secretar- ial curriculum. SANITARIANS ROW 1: David McMuIlen, adviser; Larry Thornton, viceepresident; Carl Stapleton, treasurer; Larry Prior, Richard Vin- cent. ROW 2: George Roux, Michael Farnsworth, Donavon Orth, Ger- ald Walker, David Lucik, William Perkins, Edward Ahenburg. ROW The formal meetings of the Ferris Chapter of the Michigan Association of Sanitarians were incorporated into Public Health seminars led by guest speakers from Big Rapids and the surrounding area. These seminars, which provided a profes- sional atmosphere for students in the environ- mental health field, included activities related to Held work, as well as to organizational func- tions. Information from these sessions constituted the basis for the quarterly publication of the ttCollegiate Sanitarianf, the newsletter sent to all Chapter members and alumni. Its main ob- jective was to stimulate the exchange of ideas between the alumni and students. 3: Michael Ulrich, Michael Tillotson, Bernard Baumann, Darwin Root, Russell Vizina, Dale Lipar, Albert Atkinson, Harry Grenawitzket ROW 4: Russell Smith, Ken Kolanowslsi, Ted Crusoski, Walter Teamer, Bar- ry Wyatt, Larry Sims, William Henne, Len Zulewski, Jim Rokos. Carl Stapleton, treasurer, meets with advisors Mr. Richard Hunter and Mr. David McMullen to discuss future programs. SANITARIANS ROW 1: James Webster, Milton Stanton, John A Dm0ur, Ervin Moore, Barbara Loveland, Richard Hunter, advisor. ROW 2: Sharon Densmore, Joanne Skarbek, Floyd Reichow, Loren Sibilla, Eugene Paez, Tom Marcucci, Jef? Gamble, Durwood Zank. ROW 3: Arnold Minarik, Jerry Schmidt, Donald Russell, Lyle Livasy, Donald Edmunds, Abdallah Zakhem, Larry Richards, Thomas Vogel, Grant Carman. ROW 4: Rodney Mosier, Brian Thornberry, J. Hugh McFarlane, William Fekete, Mohammed Jawali, LeRoy Nyman, Cor- don Birnle, Richard Rutherford. Sanitarians Sponsor Seminars Ervin Moore and Larry Thornton use the latest electronic equipment in the field of sanitation. Michael Famsworth and Larry Pryor study the relationship of chemi- cal activity to environmental health. NEWMAN STUDENT FEDERATION ROW 1: Kathy Carey, presi- dent; John Kowalczyk, secretary-treasurer; Pat Swyer, activities chair- man; Karen Gable. ROW 2: Connie Kucinsky, Elena Leone, Dorothea Epple, Gail Kelly, Robert Dutilly, Marilyn Chassar, Janice Jamroz, ROW 3: Carl Donitrouich, Janice Hook, Janet Wright, Sandy Swen- son, Cynthia Ruba, Marx Kwasny, Jane Szot, Jim Suminski. Newman Club Sponsors Folk Mass Newman Student Federationk purpose is to unite and provide a social outlet for Catholic students on campus. At a special meeting fall term, the members heard Rev. J. Brennan, a Maryknoll Missionary, speak on Lima, Peru. Later on in the year, Catholic members of the Ferris State College faculty were invited to participate in a panel discussion, and in January and April, open dances were held in order to raise funds. In the spring, the Newman Club sponsored a pancake supper. Joint meetings were held with the Wesley Foundation for the purpose of establishing a better understanding of reli- gions. A Christmas Party was given at the senior citizenst village during fallquarter. 128 The Newman Club sponsored 3 Folk Mass, along with visiting nuns from Grand Rapids. President, Kathy Carey, discusses proposed activities for winter term. During the Folk Mass, Father John prepares to distribute Communion to those attending. I29 INTERNATIONAL CLUB ROW 1: Malcolm Salinger, advisor; Issam Abi-Ajram, public relations; Mohammad Al-Buloshi, treas- urer; Jay Love, president; Kamel Harami, vice president; Daria Fotinopoulos; secretary. ROW 2: Zahida Niazmano, Homayun Niaz- mano, Bathsheba Ng'andu, Florino Ayila, Abdul Majid Hafez, Fri- day Mulenga, Mohammed Jawali. ROW 3: Khaled Musaid, Rasool Zaier, Alphonsus Iwaugwuo, Jacques Almassian, Abdallah Zakhem, Ibrahim Khowaiter, Lennox August, David Claar. Foreign Students from 1:2 Nations Twelve countries including Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Afganistan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Nigeria, Zambia, Italy, Canada, and the United States were represented by the International Club this past year. Guest speakers consisted of foreign students from each of the countries who showed slides and lectured on their homelands. The purpose of the Club was to stimulate interest in international affairs and to increase respect and understanding among the Citizens of all nations. Creating interest and rapport between the American and foreign students who attended Ferris State College was the main objective of the International Club. 130 Jay Love discusses a presentation on Japan with Kazuo Nagasaka. INTER-RELIGIOUS COUNCIL ROW 1: Ken Kline, religious advisor; Mary Kwasny, treasurer; Roger Reisdorf, Vice president; Kathy Carey, president; Stuart Wahl, IRC senator. ROW 2: Sandy Zaroff, Marcia Shapiro, Margo English, Helene Steinlauf, Marsha Johnson, Stan Santow, Jay Waldman. IRC Begins Social Service Program At Thanksgiving the Inter-Religious Coun- cil co-operated with the Inter-Fraternity Council in collecting canned goods from local parishioners and distributing the goods to needy families. The IRC attempted to begin a social service program in the community which will include a project With the Mecosta County Association for Retarded Children, and the Senior Citizerfs Parkview Village. The Council is composed of various reli- gi0us organizations on campus for the pur- pose of providing religious unity on campus and keeping each other informed on individual organizationk activities. 131 Stan Santow, Marsha Johnson discuss plans to begin a social service for the community through the Inter-Religious Council. SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT ROW 1: Deke Alspaugh, adviser; Steve Wielkopolan, secretary; Richard Cervi, president; Clifford DeFore, vice president; Kenneth Brownell, treasurer; Cordon Caswell, advisor. ROW 2: Gary Hilbom, Jerry Schutte, Andrew Salan, Cary Berger, Richard Rummler, Thomas Kedrowski, Harold Class, Leonard Sheldon, John Fisher. ROW 3: Carl Johnson, Terry Capron, Ronald Viestenz, Robert Camfield, Richard Rozycki, William Cogswell, Thomas Merschel, John Jansen, James Desjarlais, Cordon Elgersma, ROW 4: Charles Harness, Gregory Miskowiec, Roger Corkiewicz, Cordon Evarts, Albert Krzyston, Carl Wieneke, James Roody, Richard Gurniak, Steven Bridge, Alan Moschioni, Peter Stephen. ROW 5: Bernard Maki, Ed Wilson, Fred Becker, Roy Cavan, Dale Johnson, Lawrence Drozan, John Hermanson, Guy Miller, Michael DeFrancesco, John Combs, Ron Morse. SAM Publishes Newsletter Harold Glass, Michael DeFrancesco, John Jansen, and Richard Cur- niak discuss problems of the LINK, the all-Conference newsletter 132 LINK, the Official publication of the Society for Advancement of Management, was expanded to an all-commerce newsletter the past year. Other activities including field trips, round-table discussions, seminars and guest speakers provided the members with an insight into the actual practices of the manage- ment profession. Objectives of S.A.M. are to bring together executives in business and students preparing to go into business, to serve as an effective medium for the exchange and distribution of information on the problems, policies, and methods of industry and management; and to provide students with the opportunity to par- ticipate in the organization planning, direction, and control of the activities of the organiza- tion. John Myaara, Northwestern Medical District agent from Holland, Michigan, spoke to S.A.Mh on the problems of management Students preparing to go into business attend many seminars about policies and methods of industry. Adviser, Deke Alspaugh, adds a touch of humor in a discussion with Tom Spalding and Bill Johnson concerning probable positions . Commonwealth Associates representative, Mr. Charles Weir, discusses . 1n the management field. methods of industry management. 133 SCB Sponsors Cultural Exhibits STUDENT CENTER BOARD ROW 1: Mark Pankner, vice presi- Shirley Fiddler, Rita Alter. ROW 3: Craig Perry, cO-chairman pub- dent; Karen Jensen, secretary; Mark Van Patten, president; Steve licity; Karl Zirkler, Earl Collom, Richard Bolyard, Andre Re, Don- Potter. ROW 2: Leslie Koons, Carylee Ann Kensler, Pat Radtke, ald Fryer. Contemporary Japanese Prints were displayed by SCB. The Student Center Board presented a Japanese contemporary print exhibit, a string quartet and quintet from the Interlochen Music School, and began to work on the creation of a literary magazine for the stu- dents, faculty, and administration. The social and recreational area was represented by the bowling and games tour- nament, and the Student Center Board T. G.I.F. dances. The Student Center Board presented to the students of Ferris State College a well- rounded activity program and attempted to make the Student Center the ttliving room,, of our campus. I34 Chess is a favorite sport for a lot of Ferris students and the SCB gave them a Chance to show their abilities. TGIF dances were sponsored for the students during winter quarter. Euchre, a game constantly played in the dorms, was added to the games tournament sponsored by the SCB. Committee members compile information for new activities showing upros,, and ttcons" of student participation. Andre Re participates in the pool shooting contest sponsored along with other competition 135 STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION ROW 1: Ed Krol, treas- urer; Orin Marvin, vice president; Bud Davis, president; Lynne Kettring, secretary; Dr. William Day, adviser. ROW 2: Helena Schwalm, Patricia Maher, Norma Douglass, Susan Johnson, JoAnn Sciba, James Tripp, Robert Pears. ROW 3: Faith Asplund, Marjorie Van Trump, Janet Gerst, Mary Flanigan, Mary Steiner, Jo Anne Mortensen, Nancy Williamson, Timothy Mikula. ROW 4: Richard Pibal, William Mars, Richard Haass, Harvey Van Patten, Barckley Roach, Bud McMullen, Gene Ball. SEA Benefits Student Teachers Activities during the year for the Student Education Association included movies, speakers, and many discussion sessions with state educators. Mr. Cliff Worden, president of the Michigan Education Association, presented a talk on the beneEts and reasons for belonging to MBA. Later in the year, Mr. Kai Ericson, the assistant executive secretary of the Negotiation Division of MBA, spoke about problems and legal status of student teachers. Closing the year were movies about modern education concepts and education trends in the future. 136 Bud Davis, Ron DeMeritt and Ed Krol plan future S.EA. meeting. TECH TRADE TEACHERS ROW 1: Ward Robbins, Glenn Kebler, Kenneth McCourt, Allan Tucker, Gerald VanderMolen, Bill Podd. ROW 2: Dr. Van Trump, Kenneth Rosendall, Edward Mahowski, Doug Brower, Troy Estes, Frank Honkanen, James Snyder, William Berger, James Block, Dr. George Storm. ROW 3: Charles Corrigan, James Pugh, Bruce Sucholtz, Leon Brink, Michael Cain, Kenneth Susalla, Norm Burr, David Moore, Richard Cramer, David Schlaack, Douglas Powers. ROW 4: Larry Button, Maurice Bowman, Richard Minor, Jack Fox, Cary Watterworth, Loren Van Lente, David Ranger, Dale Lage, Nate Strong, Ron Overbeek, Dean Roesch, Dean Westacott. ROW 5: Gustave VanderVeen, Edmund Feeney, Robert Willison, Kenneth Osentoski, Richard Verplank, Albert Moss, Wayne Hyde, Bruce Lane, Terence Westra, Daniel Stremick, Todd Roset Trade-Teeh Students Represent Varied Skilled Areas Composed of trade-technical education stu- dents representing seven highly skilled areas, the Trade-Technical Teachers Association in- cludes students from auto-service, heavy equipment and diesel repair, machine tool, drafting, printing, refrigeration and air con- ditioning, and radio and TV. Many programs of interest were presented in order to promote the purposes it has set forth in its second year. Guest speakers from various trade-technical schools in the state spoke on student teach- ing, co-operative education, and graduate work. Movies and lectures were presented which instilled interest in the teaching pro- fession and fellowship among future trade- technical teachers. 137 Meetings are held once a week for Trade-Tech members, VARSITY CLUB ROW 1: Walton Pigott, advisor; Ray Helsing, adviser; Clint Draeger, treasurer; Dan Stremick, vice president; Jack Spencer, president; Gene Kangas, secretary; Roger Elford, coach; Bob Leach, adviser. ROW 2: Jim Cowan, El Rico Willis, Warner Cary, Tom L011, John Ely, Pete Maas, Wayne Croasdell, Ronald Du- gas, Caetano Del Giudice ROW 3: Bruce Edginton, Chuck Nook, Varsity Club Unites xmmmxummm Ron Zuhl, Kenneth Green, Roderick Rider, John Ochs, Larry Holder- baum, Mike Cray, Dan Norman, Stan Bator ROW 4: Lou Hollen- hagen, Jim Stuck, John Brender, Charlie Cook, Larry Marfechuk, Mike Romines, Pat Gulvas, Corey Bouyer, Tom Carter, John Robin- son, Bobb Smith Athletes 139 During the past year the Ferris Varsity Club sponsored various activities including the Ferris Invitational Track Meet, the dance that followed, and the Varsity Club alumni coffee hour. They also held a clinic for high school varsity clubs throughout the state which was the first such event of its kind. The organiza- tion also promoted intramural sports and had a closed activity night for members where they could study or participate in recreational activities. WFRS ROW 1: Michael Koonce, treasurer, Keith NeE, program direc- tor, Cheryl Maloney, executive secretary, Stanley Pagonis, station manager, Ken Sanford, business manager, Randall Kapenga, chief engineer ROW 2: Richard Abbott, Shirley Bailey, Ginger Sumner, Pat Stanley, apprentice secretary, Diane Tovey, continuity secretary, Toni Gazall, Randy Larson. ROW 3: Richard Harvey, Larry Boria, Carl Mueller, Mike Adamski, Marc Cutter, assistant business manager, Sam Denn, music director, Thomas Maynard, Edward Jacobson. ROW 4: Al Horne, Jeff Jones, Phil Venables, Cary Schonschack, Peter Cruits, apprentice master, Stewart Kirker, Armon Withey, parliamentarian, Richard Bolyard, James Suminskit WFRS Extends Broadcasting Hours Keith Nthtgets in the groove." With the beginning of a new school year, students were awakened by an unfamiliar morning sound, WFRS. After a survey last year by the radids staff, air times and poli- cies of WFRS were changed drastically. This year WFRS broadeasted from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m. Under Station Manager, Stan Pagonis and Program Director, Keith Neff, WFRS played the type of music the students of Ferris State College wanted to hear. The work of WFRS is not done solely by the DIS and managers. Long hours are spent by stafT members who complete the vast amount of paper work that has to be done be- fore broadcasting begins each day. WFRS also has a group of engineers on its staff who are constantly checking the twenty-one trans- mitters in the dormitories. Diane Tovey and Mike Koonce organize a days schedule. WFRS was on the scene at the Homecoming parade. 141 WESLEY FOUNDATION ROW 1: Rick Brink, Margo English, Donna Laeder, Roger Reisdorf, Chairman; Jeanne Luther, Dale Lynn Horak, Bob French, ROW 2: Ruth Meggison, Heidi Smith, Kathy Kahrt, Elizabeth Norton, Ramona Thompson, Karl Wikman, Nancy Peter- Wesley Foundation The Wesley Foundation otters the students on campus a place to relax, study, or meet with their friends. I42 hansi ROW 3: Linda Moore, Eva Morris, Janet GCTSK, John Eggert- sen, Frank Honkanen, Cary Kolk, William Brinker, Allan True. ROW 4: James Haven, Larry Mallory, Rick Shiley, Alfred Pfeiffer, Bob Precoda, Miles Van Orman, Ken Kline, campus minister. Provides Comfort Throughout the year, the Wesley Founda- tion afforded students many opportunities to attend conferences and meetings in order to better understand Christian ideology, and participate in social and recreational events. The Wesley House provided a place for students to meet, study, discuss problems and issues, and relax. On Sunday nights, the mem- bers attended informal supper meetings. Each Tuesday a CoHee-Coke Hour was held for the purpose of helping members with their academic problems. The Wesley Foundation membership con- sisted of students of all faiths and sought to emphasize a more tolerant viewpoint of religious differences. GAMMA DELTA ROW 1: Bonnie Klink, Karla Weckwert, Camilla Garland, Joyce Schlagrait, Ruth Rolf, William Kglding. ROW 2: Lee Clark, adviser; Jackie Clark, Mary Knoll, Carl Mueller, Bob Krueger, Sallye Herndon, Sharon T Niemi. ROW 3: Scott Michael, Larry Hempel, Michael Lindberg, Joseph Tafel, Steve Potter, Paul Dobosz. Gamma Delta Plans Are Beginning to Be a Reality The Luther House is a fine place for studying and relaxation. The primary concern for Lutheran students of Gamma Delta this year was planning for the new Lutheran Student Center and Chapel. Worship services which had been held in past years in the Green Room were moved to the new location during fall term. Other Lutheran student activities also centered about the new building where ample facilities were provided for meetings, suppers, study- ing, lounging and leisure activities. Gamma Delta sponsored Sunday night ttcost suppers? Christian discussions and social events in order to promote fellowship among its members. FERRISCOPE Relates Yearis Activities tryir The Ferriscope staff worked long hours to put out a comprehensive book describing the yeafs activities. Editor of the 1968 Ferriscope, Jim Gaul talks over picture plans with photographer Tom Avery. 144 Work began on the 1968 FERRISCOPE last spring when James D. Gaul was selected as this yeafs editor-in-chief. During the sum- mer vacation members of the staff laid out pages for the spring sports while weekly meet- ings with the publishefs representative were held in order to set up production standards. Fall term the section editors were picked and they collected candids, copy, group shots, and wrote headlines and outlines for their pages. By spring term all deadlines had been met and the staff awaited delivery of the 1968 FERRISCOPE. Dave Lammers and Mary Ann Mathews use reference books in order to construct a good layout. Copy editor, Becky Johnson, takes a moment to contemplate before writing a block of copy. Dave Hildreth puts much time and patience into drawing his pages. Roger Horten and his assistants plan another sports page for the Torch TORCH Reports Campus News Carroll Williams, editor of this year's Torch, works out plans for an- otherissue. Every Friday morning the Ferris State Col- lege Torch was distributed to dorms, academ- ic buildings, and the Student Center. The in- stallation of a new web press enabled the Torch under the direction of editor Carroll Williams, to run full color ads and expand the number of pages. Much work and research went into each issue in order to uphold the tradition of good journalistic content. On Thursday evening the Torch staft worked for hours pasting up pages and preparing ma- terial for the print shop. Photographers were busy during the week covering all cam- pus functions in order to provide pictures for the news articles and feature stories. Page editors read and revised the reporters, work before giving it to Mr. John F. McNamara, ad- visor for final approval. Gayle Little and Linda Retray go over last minute plans. Chuck Jokel, Don Lorey, and Blanche Warner find hard work is re- warded as the Torch is completed. 31:; Advisor, Mr. John McNamara, critiques an issue of the Torch. A secretary's job is never done as Marcia Hemker types late Copy M7 Bulldogs ROW 1: A. G. Edwards, Trainer; Ron Dugas, George Stev- 30b Weingartz, Emory W8", Ron Bailey, Dale Hippensteel, John ens, Jim Young, Ron Harke, Dan Stremick, Jack Spencer, Bob Orinan, Doug Smith, Rick Floria, Pat Dutkiewicz, Tim Flinn,Cary Smith, Tom Carter, Rod Rider, Coach Leach. ROW 2: Dennis Bobb Warner, Coach Piggott. ROW 5: Tim Schreader, Ben Cadwell, Rick Ralph Snook, Frank Cardenas, Larry Marfechuk, Mike Cobb, John Wahula, Richard Hicks, Dave Thomas, Sam Migaldi, Jack Cushman, Brender, Gene Tutetchi, Charles Nook, Al Beamer, Mike Maidens, Bill Stover, Dave Burtch, Orville Sherrod. ROW 6: Bob Bellgraph, Coach Tallmam ROW 3: Jimmy Cowan, John Robinson, Mike Romines, Don Trumble, Ron Vanover, Dave Hildreth, John Pollack, Willie Doug Keller, Jim Stuck, Dan Norman, Tim Beck, Bruce Cruner, Sanders, Dan Munger, Terry Appell, Terry Page, Mike Tarkowski, John Ochs, Corey Bouyer, Doug Tuttle, Coach Elford. ROW 4: Sylvester Carver. Clinic Greatly Reduces Injuries Coach Bob Leach prepares to send in quarterback Ben Cadwell 150 The scoreboard tells the story of Homecoming as Ferris was edged by top rated Eastern Michigan in the Homecoming game. A Ferris back is tackled from behind by an Eastern player. Players and coaches watch intensely during the kickoE. l5! Bulldog teammates are elated after scoring against Eastern Michigan University. Bulldogs Edged in Homecoming Tilt Eastern Finds the going tough deep in Bulldog territory, 152 The Bulldogs ranked 12th in the nation ac- cording to N.A.I.A. statistics on pass defense. The teammates elected Ron Harke and Jack Spencer to lead the team next fall as co- captains. Ralph Snook, the hard running left halfback was selected the iiMost Valuable" player. Freshman, tackle, Tom Carter was selected "Most Improved? player. Thirty-nine varsity letters were awarded. With 85 lettermen re- turning, the FSC future appears bright. Coach Leach said, TI am not pleased with our record but I am pleased with the progress and improvement shown by the players. We are looking forward to next year? The Bull- dog squad contained only four seniors and three juniors with the rest of the team com- posed of sophomores and freshmen. The highlight of the year was the home- coming game with powerful Eastern Michi- gan University. FSC jumped to a 6-0 lead but lost l8e6 in a hard fought game. EMU ranked 9th in the nation among small colleges at the time. Coach Leach and Tallman discuss upcoming series of plays against Michigan Tech The game for the most part was held in a blinding snowstorm. Bulldogs Battle Hard During Season Tom Carter prepares to make tackle in game against Eastern Michigan. Ron Rider closes in on opposing back. LS3 Ferris players watch the action through a heavy snow storm while teammates battle Michigan Tech. to a 0 0 tie. 154 An Eastern back Ends it hard to score against the Bulldogs. Ferris Fights A capacity crowd watches intently as the Bulldogs battle Eastern Michigan in the Homecoming game. 155 ROW 1: Bob Neumann, team manager; Charles Kelly, Arthur Tetz- ROW 2: Jerry Cross, Charles Cook, Doug MCMullen, John Robinson, laff, Jesse Maugham, Larry Easter, Mike Gray, and Coach Jim Wink. Rich Copeland, Dan Stremick, Bill Hayes, Lloyd Watson. erris Cagers Finish With a 10-12 Recor This yeafs basketball team was hurt by the loss of two regulars which hampered the 0f- fense and rebounding 0f the team. However, with freshmen developing as the season pro- gressed, the cagers posted an improved 10e12 record. The starting lineup consisted of three freshmen and two sophomores. The entire squad was composed of two seniors, five sophomores, and seven freshmen. In opening minutes of the rSC-Concorma game, Jesse Maugham con- nects on a lay-up shot, 156 Larry Easter tries to evade two charging opponents Mike Cray tricks his opponent and drives for a Bulldog goal. First string Cagers shake for luck 157 Ferris Cagers Show Great Improvement Referee calls a foul on Jesse Mangham as his teammates 100k on. Mike Cray steals the ball for the Bulldogs in the Ferris-Concordia game. Art Tetzlaff ShOOtS fOF tWO points against Calvin College. 158 Dan Stremick makes two quick points against Oakland Jesse Mangham makes a diHicuIt hook shot in an attempt to score for Ferris. University The Bulldog bench attentively watches their teammates in action. Cindermen Post 18e10 Record Bob Osborne shows great determination as he concentrates on the Javelin Throw Ferris hurdlers battle for lead in meet with Calvin 160 The 1966-67 varsity track squad enjoyed a very successful season both indoors and out- doors as they compiled a record of 2 wins and 1 loss during the winter months and 18 wins against 10 losses on the outdoor oval. The team traveled to the Monmouth Relays in Monmouth, Illinois; Hillsdale College Relays, Ohio Northern University Relays, and the State NAIA Championship at Eastern Michigan University. Al Moss won the state javelin championship, placed second in the shot put and third in the discus. A total of nine new records were established during the indoor season. When the squad moved outdoors the high jump record set in 1962 was tied at 641, by Woody Carr, 3 soph- omore from Battle Creek. Corey Bouyer, freshman from Detroit, led the cindermen in points during the outdoor season. Bill Hollis breaks tape to win for Ferris Ferris Cindermen ROW 1: Floyd Willis, Pete Maas, Richard Da Dan, Tom L011, Richard Pullen, Steve Berger, Mgr, Jim Berta. ROW 3: Jerry Bernath, Jim Young, Jim Dernn, Ron Dugas. ROW 2: Ass,t Bill Larson, C0. Capt. 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V .2 77 '7'. 5A 7,77,77,77,. ::2.-,2237777L-LV::L-7::.7-: 7 22:8!7LL3:;7'377-EV"3: ' 3" 3'3 7.77 7.77.77.77.77 7, 7., 32'" 77 7.77 a 72.7 7:77.32: 2 72 7. 2., V, 222,3 3.7V :22. 3!, 7 77.27.73, L 772777-777...27777221722773: L ,,LL .7 3 7 .7 .3, 2 777,277 , ,, 772V ,2. 7,777,577,. 7 2, ,73,,2 Runners round first turn in Ferris Invitational haIf-mile. AI Moss strains to throw shot put for another victory. I63 Trackmen gather around awards table to receive honors. FRONT ROW: Andrew Knight, Manager; Harold Bartkowiak, Carl- ton Wayer, james Lantz, Gerald Fuller. ROW 2: Robert Cain, Charles Hurdle, Walter Wisniewski, Charles Hutson, Ron Hardy, David Ren- shaw. ROW 3: Donald Tallman, Coach; Tom Keller, Michael Stacho- wicz, Bruce Kimbell, Pat Culvas, Ken Brownell, Charles Allard, Ron Zuhl. Bulldogs Post 5e12 Season Coach Tallman reported an "about average, year for the baseball team. Freshman Harry Bartkowiak was selected as iiMost Improved" and sophomore Tom Keller voted iiMost Valu- able, player. Keller played shortstop, second base, and outfield. Carlton Wayer, a senior, was voted "Honorary Captain." Chuck Allard received honors as the team,s outstanding de- fensive player, handling twelve chances with only one error. Jim Lantz and Jerry Fuller were the re- turning lettermen and paced the team,s hitting attack with the two leading averages. Lantz who pitched for the Bulldogs, will replace Roy Zenner, a pitching mainstay for four years. Pitcher Walt Wisniewski delivers curve ball to waiting batter. Coach Tallman shows high spirit in a game against Aquinas. I65 First baseman, Charles Allard, makes the play at first. Keller Selected by Mates as MVP Rounding third and ready to score is Mike Stachowicz. 166 A Ferris player is out on a close play. Trapped between lst and 2nd, Aquinas runner is tagged out. Chuck Allard anxiously awaits his turn at bat. 167 Netmen Enjoy Another Successful Season Charles Cook, Gary Schinderle, Mike Bodary, Coach Ketchman, Tom Marquis, Gene Kangas, Roger Dirkse. Mike Bodary tries to ace his opponent in a tight match. Finishing their 1967 season with a record of 7 wins and 2 losses, the Ferris State Col- lege tennis team tied for second place with Central Michigan University in the Michigan NAIA tournament. Three freshmen, two sophomores, and one junior comprised the 1967 team. Mike Bodary and Gene Kangas received special honors, taking first and third re- spectively in the N.A.I.A. singles tournament. Tom Marquis received special recognition when he was named as captain of the team. I68 inksmen east Successful Season Al Blood, Dave Fershee, Art Ross and Dave Tanner all played key roles last season as the Bulldogs rolled to an 8e4 record, and third place in the NAIA state competition. The linksmen were joined in early matches by Jim Pickford and Jerry Bower. Pickford won medalist honors 0n the team in two of the Eve outings. Also shooting fine golf were Jerry Benedict and Ken Walker. Showing good form, Art Ross prepares to tee lo Jerry Benedict, Dave Tanner, captain; John Brower, Cerbe Otto, Art Ross, Al Blood. I69 7 nAXA i? g? moxhxA LAMBDA CHI ALPHA FOOTBALL TEAM: ROW 1 Gary Kamp- Dennis McCart; Mike McDonald; Roger Bauer; Mike Bodary; Tom man; Chuck Faremouth; Don Lightfoot; Bob ScoHeld. ROW 2 Pegg;J0hn Wooden;RichWaller. Intramural Sports opular on Campus The heavyweight division wrestling championship was won by Nate Jim Maday OJ and Ron Copper won the bowling singles champion- Jones and Tim Rabine. ship. John Stern U and Alan Kennedy won first and second place, respectively in Gene Kangas U and Steve Weed won thej smash tourna- the Turkey Trot. ment Championships Winning the IM softball championship was the Buzzards. ROW 1: Jim Bacarella, Bruce Cook, Don Anderson, Larry Drozan, Pat Ron Birmingham, Mike Hilton, Ben Kirchenbaum, Mike Kelly, Jim McKenney, Ron Zagers. Arnold, Dick McConnell, Bob Tauriainen ROW 2: Jim Harshell, I71 Intramural Sports Display Talent The 1968 It M. Basketball Champions, Lambda Chi Alpha: TOP ROW: Roy Iceberg, Gary Hagen, Randy Davis, and Gary Kampman. BOT- Men,s intramural sports at Ferris have grown along with the increasing number of students. The Ferris IM program is one of the leaders among Michigan colleges for per- centage of participation. Approximately 60W; 0f the male students avail themselves of one or more of the 17 different team sports. Over 340 teams participated in touch football, bas- ketball, volleyball, and softball with approxi- mately 3,700 students making up these teams. In addition to the fOur major team sports, 818 students participated in 13 individual sports ranging from archery t0 wrestling. The entire program, under the direction of Mr, Frank Karas, was conducted by student assis- tants. TOM ROW: Scott Render, Mike Johnson, Bill Grosskoph, Mike Bo- dary, and Lynn Kraft The intramural Champion place kickers are Frank Seyka and Ron Stafford. CHEERLEADERS ROW ONE: Delores Hooker,Vi01etRobbins, son, Rosemary Sinicroni, Diane Flesher, Beverly Edwards, Cathy Giles, Judy Fongers. ROW TWO: Pam Shay, Sue Gregor, Juhnita Poplowski, ROW FOUR: Mary Jo Mish, Helen Rawlin- Nancy Rasmussen, Debbie Jean. ROW THREE: Darlene Thomp- son, Terry Doherty Terri Heintz, and Jan Gerst. Cheerleaders Launch Spirit Rosemary Sinicroni cheers Bulldogs on. Spearheading campus spirit was the job of the hardworking Ferris cheerleading squad, a vital part of the student body. The excellent performance of nineteen cheerleaders necessitated the initiation of higher standards in order to determine the ten letter winners. Grade point average was an important factor along with the quality of per- formance. 173 I74 R.H.A. Judge Christmas Decorations RHA ROW 1: Barbara Drobot, Leslie LaHer, Allan Hubbard, presi- dent; Steven Moskowitz, vice president; Martin Lihan, treasurer; Lynnette jirikovic, secretary. ROW 2: Eva Roberts, Alice Bosworth, Carole A, Meyers, Pat Dwyer, Liz Johnson, Kathy Barnes, Phyllis VViCkstrom, Marie Hill, Pat Johnson, Judy Keller. ROW 3: Robert Rizzo, Fred Bunting, Jack Young, Dan Whitman, John R. Miarka, Residence Hall Association sponsored ac- tivities ranging from the Christmas Tree Decorating Contest fall term, to Parents Day spring term. The group has also sponsored several campus-wide activities including movies, and a circus to raise funds for WFRS, the campus radio station. This year the dorms, in connection with RHA, have participated in such activities as Homecoming, the United Fund Drive, and the Blood Drive. The Ferris State College Residence Hall Association is composed of representatives from all dormitory units on campus. The pur- pose of this organization is to CO-Ordinate in- dividual and campus dormitory activities. Terry Crenell, Karl Kirkler, James C, Mehlberg, Bruce H. Campbell, Tony Isom, ROW 4: Thomas Polander, Dave Fisher, Phil Berquist, Dick Ehinger, Stephen A. Valoczki, Thomas Liebing, Cary Doig, Steve Dangel, Paul Coulet, William R. Johnson, Andre Lt Re, James Haven. Mr. Chester St. Claire presented a trophy to the East Masselink rep- resentative for Hrst place in the United Fund Drive, 322.21? ,V ich was judged b tmas tree entrv wh Henderson girls put the Hnal touches on their Chris RHA. , was entered ietv of door decorations A wide var entered in the competition lngs. Jirikovic lead RHA meet and Lvnette Martin Lihan, Allan Hubbard, I77 Brophy Hall Dorm Council: Bill Johnson, president; Ray Bums, secretary; John Meiss- ner, senator; Paul Goulet, vice president; Mike Mayes, senator. When finals are near students often give up Cleaning time for studying. Brophy Hall Takes Third in UF Drive After an 80h; turnover from the previous year, the men of Brophy Hall regrouped to successfully compete in all campus functions. Taking third place in the United Fund Drive, the men continued to participate throughout the year in events such as Homecoming, Winter Carnival, intramural football, basket- ball, and softball. South Campus Day, spon- soring mixers and movies are other events popular With Brophy residents. Dan Breasbois, Bill Stickles, and Bill Boldt play cards in recreation room. Dan Reasor and Jack Yonkers admire Brophy's trophy case. Mrs. Jones serves tea to two Clark residents Placing Hrst with their Homecoming dis- play, llThe Hospital Ship Hope," and third in United Fund Competition, the women of Clark Hall continued throughout the year to suc- cessfully participate in all campus functions. The Christmas Door Decorating Contest also brought Clark a first place. Winter term Clark held a dorm dialog, and A door in Clark won first in the overall campus Christmas Door CO-SpOHSOFCd a party Wlth the men Of Johnson Decorating Contest. Hall. lark Hall Receives Homecoming Honors Clark Hall: Deanna AcMoody, treasurer; Pat Kuiper, Ere marshall; Mrs. Ruth Jones, resident advisor; Carole A. Meyers, president; Bonnie K, Harrison, secretary; Pam Decker, AWS representae tive; Kathy Barnes, vice president. I79 Girls aren't the only ones who worry about hair styles. A new constitution and a judicial board were initiated at Carlisle Hall this year for the purpose of bringing more unity and strength to the dorm. The men of Carlisle participated in all campus events and spon- sored dorm dialogues, films, and discussions. Key words at Carlisle Hall this year were activity and unity. Emphasizing the purpose of a student living in a residence hall, the leaders Of Carlisle established a competitive, The menofCarlislebreakthemonotonyofstudyingbyplayingcards. social, and academic atmosphere. Carlisle Initiates a Judiciary Board Carlisle: Bob Wallace, treasurer; John Miarka, president; Mrs. Densik, advisor; Daniel Whitman, vice-president; Thomas Kedrowski, secretary. Helen Ferris: Nancy Brandt, secretary; Phyllis Wickstrom, vice president; Marie Hill, president; Judy Smith, treasurer. Helen Ferris Sponsors Dorm Dialogue The terrace in front of Helen Ferris is a good place to study during warm weather. 181 For two years, Helen Ferris has been the residence of the Homecoming Queen; Linda Hale, 1966, and Bev Hrabec, 1967. Helen Ferris participated in all the campus activities such as: United Fund Drive, Home- coming, Door Decorating Contest, Winter Snow Carnival and the Blood Drive. Although the dormitory didn,t place in the United Fund Drive, they raised more money than in pre- vious years. The girls also sponsored a dorm dialogue on student marriages and interfaith marriages with Reverend Kline and Father John Nadjow- ski as moderators. Under the guidance of Mrs. Marjorie Me- gowen, the girls of Helen Ferris learned to make dorm life home life. NORTH BOND: Steve Dangel, president; Mrs. Ruth Fair, resident advisor; Travis J. Pelkey, treas- Rick Miller after his nightly shower. urer; Dan Fritsch, secretary; Jack Young, vice president. North Bond Holds Honors Banquet A mixer held in the Living-Learning Cen- ter added $112 to North Bond,s United Fund collection. Teamwork and co-operation were shown when the men of North Bond placed second in the Homecoming tug-of-war, spon- sored a campus-wide euchre tournament, a ski night at Brady Hills, built a snow statue, participated in the Christmas Tree decorating contest, and held an Honors Banquet spring term. A student sleeps after a hard day at college. South Bond Has Another Successful Year South Bond residents mopped Hoors, col- lected pop bottles, sold slaves and sponsored a hootenanny in order to collect money for United Fund Drive last fall term. Winter quarter the men held several closed mixers for the inhabitants of the Living-Learn- ing Center area. Participation in Winter Car- nival and intramural sports was successful for the men of South Bond Hall. SOUTH BOND: Tony Isom, president; Bruce Telfer, secretary; Mrs. Louise Samann, resident ad- visor; Kenneth Lofquist, treasurer; Gary Doig, vice president Hallisy Honors Three Astronauts HALLISY HALL: Lennox August, treasurer; Stephen Valoczki, vice president; Tom Liebing, presi- dent; Robert Brougham, secretary; Mrst Edna Creager, resident adviser. Supporting campus functions comes natur- ally to the men of Hallisy Hall. In order to raise money for United Fund the dorm held a slave auction, and sold tickets for ttBrandyf a large stuffed dog. Their Homecoming dis- play honored United States astronauts Chaf- fey, Grissom, and Young who perished in a tragic fire in their spacecraft. Hallisy also supported the Blood Drive and was an active participant in intramural sports with three football teams taking part. Card playing is part of the recreation in Hallisy Hall. Henderson Active on Campus AC ivities Although Henderson was a girYs dorm for the first time this year, the women immedi- ately organized for active participation in all campus events. They made substantial con- tributions t0 the United Fund Drive and the Blood Bank, as well as building a Homecoming display in keeping with campus tradition. The women,s first attempt at decorating a dorm Christmas Tree brought them second place in the campus competition. A Henderson resident takes a study break. Ironing is a chore that faces girls daily in Henderson. Henderson Hall: Alice Bosworth, president; Fatima Strongbey, secretary; Jo McCormack, vice president; Mrs. Maugual D. Cooper, resident adviser; Charlene Evans, treasurer. 185 Johnson Hall: Robert DiPietro, treasurer; Robert Rizzo, president; Mrs. Totzke, advisor; Gerard Quivones, secretary; Leslie LaHer, vice president. Johnson Hail Becomes Menis Dorm Johnson Hall was a men,s dorm for the first time this year. However, it was united by an unusual spirit which strengthened the academic, social and athletic lives of the John- son dormitory residents. The men of Johnson showed great pride in their homecoming display, iiThe Spirit of St. Louis? Along with selling mugs and sweat- shirts to raise funds, they initiated a tutoring service. The precious study time is interrupted by relaxation in Johnson. Johnsonis remodeled basement accommodated extra students. 186 Puterbaugh Second in United Fund Puterbaugh Hall: Lynda Gilchrist, secretary; Cynthia Kindred, president; Patricia Johnson, vice president; Mrs. Dormhy Powers, resident advisor; Donna Lanzon, treasurer. The girls of Puterbaugh gather to discuss their mail. 187 Puterbaugh, in its second year as a women,s dormitory, is well known around the campus. The women of Puterbaugh were active par- ticipants in all campus events. With the sup- port of Mrs. Dorothy Powers, advisor, the women took second place in the United Fund drive with a collection of $1,018. During the Homecoming Pep Rally, Puterbaugh took first place in the women,s sack race for the second successive year. A member of the dormitory, Theresa M. Munger, was a runner- up for Homecoming queen. East Masselink Wins Tug-Of-War EAST MASSELINK HALL: Jim Mehlberg, president; Mark Wood- ington, treasurer; E. Mae Houston, resident advisor; Fred Engle, secretary;KarlP'ZirklertVice presjdem' The first place trophy in the men,s division East Masselink men along with housemother Mrs. Houston receive Of the United Fund drive was awarded to theUnnaiFmatnth AEast hdasselhlk for their record colkxiion of $1,100. East hdasselh1k hved.u;tto the tnle of thng 0fthe Canqnwh etnch H won hlthe tug-of-war during Homecoming festivities, by Uddng paH in an canunm funcUons such as Winter Carnival, Blood Drive, and intramural sports. The men of East Masselink pulled to a victory during the Homecoming tug-of-wart l88 West Masselink Acquires a New Adviser A disorganized desk seems to be a good place to do work. One Of the Oldest residence hall on campus, West Masselink, has again this year lived up to its tradition of active participation in all campus functions. The men of West Mass were proud of their Homecoming and Snow Carnival displays and of their role in Parents, Day. They also played a major part in United Fund, the Blood Bank, Christmas Basket Drive, and many other events throughout the year. With the aid of a new Residence Ad- visor, Mrs. Edna Grisham, the men of West Masselink made 1967-68 a year to be proud of. WEST MASSELINK HALL: Mrs. Grisham, advisor; Stephen Sabo, treasurer; Bruce Campbell, president; James Hanen, secretary 189 MCNemey Hall ROW 1: Dan Pitcher, treasurer; Terry Crenell, President; Mrsl Marion Irwin, resident advisor; Dale Folkert, treasurer; Dave Tanner, vice president; Timothy Phipps, secretary; not pictured MCNerney Participates in All Activities Placing second in the Homecoming display contest with the llMcNerney Storkf, the men of McNerney Hall continued to work 00- operatively toward being a top dorm on cam- pus. During fall quarter the men provided their dorm with a vacuum cleaner and tables in all of the laundry rooms for the occupants, convenience. Throughout the entire year McNerney 0f- fered top quality movies, and sponsored mixers for entertainment. South Campus Day saw the men actively participating in all events. McNerney residents spend many hours a night studying. Taggart Takes First in Fund Drive Taggart Hall: Pat Dwyer, Vice president; Liz Johnson, president; Marlene Kalcher, secretary; Pat Williams, treasurer. The doors of Taggart are constantly in motion. 191 During fall quarter the women of Taggart won first place in the United Fund drive with their record collection of over $1,400. In Homecoming float competition Taggart resi- dents placed second with their depiction of ttMoby Dick? The women of Taggart also participated in the Christmas door decoration contest sponsored by the Associated Women Students. Winter quarter they built a snow statue, took part in the Blood Bank and joined in the Ugliest Man on Campus. Spring quarter saw ttTaggart Bunniest, participating in South Campus Day competition. errill Hall Sh OWS Spirit on Campus Merrill Hall: Dave Bennett, treasurer; Jerry Karlin, secretary; Bertha Lostutter, resident advisor; David J. Thompson, chief fireman; David L. Fisher, president; Pat Costello, vice president, not pictured. In pursuit of the title ttKing 0f the Rockf the men of Merrill Hall began fall term by actively participating in the United Fund Drive, Homecoming, the Christmas Tree Deco- rating Contest, and held a refreshment hour each night during final exams. Included in their list of winter term ac- tivities were Winter Carnival, and the Blood Bank. Dorm dances and movies were sponsored throughout the year for all the residents of South Campus. Culminating the year, the men of Merrill Hall took part in the varied events of South Campus Day. 192 Doing one's own washing is a necessity of dorm life. Vandercook Hall ROW 1: Sue Mason, treasurer; Barbara Drobot, vice president; ROW 2: Cheryl Sally Jones and Sue Storey Meyer, president; Sue Storey, secretary; Mrs. Gladstone, resident adviser tfar leftl prepare for a costume party Vandercook Hall Hosts Parents, Day Completing a year of events long to be remembered, the women of Vandercook Hall looked back on the highlights with pride. By selling sandwiches, and holding a slave sale and an auction, the women raised money to build their display for Homecoming entitled iiAround the World in Eighty Days? On Homecoming day all parents were invited to attend the Vandereook Parents, Day. At Christmas the women held their tra- ditional candle light sing in the halls of the dorm and presented their housemother, Mrs. Mildred Gladstone, with a Christmas gift. Two residents of Vandercook discuss the latest in hair styles. 193 MILLER HALL: Mrs. Ronta, house mother; Robert Tourisiner, president; Phillip Berquist, vice president; Gerald Kopp, treasurer; Sidney Worthington, secretary. Holding up the wall while waiting for the shower is a favorite pastime in Miller Hall. Miller Initiates New Dorm Council Social communication is Often present in the lounge of Miller. 194 Residents of Miller Hall built a model of the dirig'ible Von Hindenburg for their Home- coming display, as well as participating in the United Fund Drive, Winter Carnival, and South Campus Day. Several mixers were sponsored in order to acquaint the women of Ward with the men of Miller. The initiation of a new dorm council and a Conduct Review Board helped Miller attain more unity and strength through the respon- sibility of handling its own problems. The men of Miller were proud of their Homecoming display, the dirigible Von Hindenberg. Piekell Is CKing 0f the Hill, Pickell Hall triumphantly gained perma- nent possession of the ttKing 0f the Hill,, tro- phy by displaying superior organization for the third consecutive year. It also increased its participation in the United Fund Drive, Homecoming, and Winter Carnival. The men of Pickell sponsored movies and mixers. entered the Christmas Tree Decorating contest, and other social events throughout the year. Study time is often interrupted by a brief, but relaxing break Night snacks are a favorite between studies at Pickell, Pickell Hall ROW 1: Steve Shuman, social Chairman; Tom Polander, Martin, Les Lutz, Robert M. Cannage, Dave Rodgers, David T. Ranger, vice president; Helen R. Greene, resident adviser; Andre L. Re, presi- Morris johnson. Doug York, secretary; not pictured, dent; Edward E. Schneider, treasurer. ROW 2: Jim Hace, William L. 195 Travis Wins Homecoming Display Travis Hall started the 1967-68 year off by taking first place in the Men,s Dormitory Homecoming display with their interpretation of Kon Tiki. The men also participated in the annual United Fund Drive, the Winter Car- nival, and the traditional South Campus Day. Unique among dorms is Travis Hallis inter- dorm sports. Travis was well known on campus for its social functions throughout the year. The dorm sponsored events such as Open and closed mixers, highly rated movies, and other activities for the benefit of the Men Of Travis. Travis Hall ROW 1: Fred Bunting, President; Mrs. Cannon, Adviser; Dick Ehinger; Vice President, ROW 2: Milvin McCrowan, Secretary, Paul Kreutziger, Publicity; Cary Friestrom, Third Floor President, ROW 3: Mark Roy, First Floor Representative; Rich Kizer,rSecond Floor Representative; Tim Mikula, iiTravis News" Editor. ROW 4: Tim Barber, First Floor President; Greg VanDrie, Treasurer; Marvin Wit- tig, Activity Chairman. Travis men find the lounge 3 good place to study. Kon Tiki display won first place for Travisi I96 WARD HALL ROW 1: Janice Pecott, Homecoming Chairman; Mary Jane AchterhoH, United Fund chairman ROW 2: Corinne Winkel. man, treasurer; Karen Smith, secretary; Mrs. Phoebe Kafer, adviser; Judy Keller, president; Eva Roberts, vice-president. Again Ward Is iQueen 0f the Rock, uAnd now, Teddy, after you add the three . iiQueen 0f the R0015, is synonymous with Ward Hall which held this title for the third consecutive year. The women of Ward showed their support of the United Fund Drive by selling stationery and sandwiches, CO-spon- soring slave auctions with Miller, Pickell, and Brophy Dorms, a car wash with Lambda Chi Alpha, and by ironing shirts for the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon. The week before Christmas recess was "good cheer week, in Ward. Christmas spirit was prevalent throughout its halls. The spring quarter was highlighted by the annual schol- arship dinner and participation in South Campus Day. Jan Wendt, Karen Durbin and Carolyn Johnson talk over family events during a marshmallow roast at Campus Heights amilies Enjoy Campus Heights Facilities Stella Avery entertains her son Tom Jr. Karen Durbin roasts marshmallows at a Campus Height bar- beque. Two Campus Heights children go trick-or-treating. Dennis Bobb helps his wife with the dishes. I99 200 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL ROW 1: Lynne Strong, vice president; secretary. ROW 2: Mary Jabrocki, Pat Radtke, Marsha Bailey, Chris- Dee Soltys, premdent; Janet Sourbier, treasurer; Barbara Tooley, tine Cramloy Snyder,Mickey Parent, Panhellenic Council Host to Spring Workshop Freshmen women became acquainted with and suggestions concerning campus activities. Greek life at a tea sponsored winter quarter The annual Panhellenic Banquet Closed by the Panhellenic Council. Spring term the another successful year of sorority life with Council hosted a workshop for all sororities the presentation of awards to the sorority with where guest speakers presented helpful ideas the highest scholastic average. Being an active sorority, Delta Zeta is represented in the softball contest by Sue Bobette Turner presents the Scholastic Award Mazar. for the most improved sorority t0 Carolyn Thiele. Full participation is an outstanding quality for the meetings. women of the Panhellenic Council during their 203 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA ROW 1: Janet Sourbier, treasurer; Emalee Baldwin, 2nd vice president; Nancy K. Dailey, lst vice president; Nancy Nagtzaam, president; Joanne Lentine, rush Chairman; Anne Fosler, membership chairman. ROW 2: Helena Schwalm, Diane Dejohn, Linda Christian, Diane Stewart, Janie Westley, Patricia Pettersctt, Sherry Densmore, Karen Jensen. ROW 3: Camilla War- nick, Patricia Maher, Linda Mekan, Jan Irvine, Linda Fontana, Andrea Reznik, Christine Murphy, Karen Burdo, Linda Rettray, ROW 4: Kathy Barnes, Cathy Sassin, Bonnie Oleson,'Car01 Emery, Shirley Krug, Ann Heafey, Joy Snyder, Mary Jane Andres, Nancy Beers, Shari Riggs ROW 5: Christine L Gran, Bonnie L. Millett, Patricia L Kuiper, Carolyn M. Henk, Barbara Biechler, Marsha Balan, Mary Streeter, Judith L. Halbeisen, Toni Seeleyl Through teamwork and their drive for excellence, the women of Alpha Gamma Delta captured the coveted hrst place trophy in the 1967 Greek Sing competition held last spring. The women were also proud to have one Of their sisters, Julianne Nelson, chosen as ii Greek Woman of the Year? As autumn leaves fell, the Alpha Cams and Pikes co-sponsored their annual iiFashions Style Show? Held during freshman orienta- tion week, the event was presented in hopes of acquainting the new students with current styles and with some aspects of Greek Life w ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 204 e on campus. Homecoming weekend the sisters presented a pre-Homecoming dance in the Dome Room, hosted an alumni tea in their chapter room, and won second place in the float competition with their interpretation of iiThe Good Ship Lollypopf, Twirp Week held during winter term emp- tied the pockets of the women on campus. The Alpha Cams felt it was time for Ferris women to "treat their favorite beaux,, by attending the dance which they sponsored. Sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta placed first in Greek Sing last spring at the beginning of Greek Week. Alpha Cams take time for a relaxing conversation. Linda Christian gives pledges Nondis Field and Jackie Ferguson her signa- ture. 205 ALPHA XI DELTA ROW 1: Marlene Kulcher, recording secretary; Carmen Setta, vice president; Patti Denny, president; 5115 Konkle, treasurer; Dee Soltys, panhellenic president;. ROW 2: Mrs Charles Mount, advisor; Janene Frahm, Jacqueline Kline, Kathy Shirely, Lou Ann Portincas, Judy Drury, Pam Gallup, Carol Schwenn, Mrs, H D. Peterson, advisor. ROW 3: Linda Titus, Linda Neldberg, Pat Radtke, Mickey Parent, Joan Bauer, Annette Cuenther, Marilyn Riley, Karen Kopas, Sara Stimson, Linda Zimmer. ROW 4: Jean VVildie, Gayle Little, Cheryl Fowley, Jan Szucsansky, Nancy Nacdona, Nancy Nicholie, Erika Beck, judi Dippon, Marlene Krawczynski, Linda Metz, Joyce Peckinpaugh. Social activities as well as community services were included in the busy schedule of the women of Alpha Xi Delta. During the winter quarter the women sponsored a iiValen- tine Telegram Service, so that all students would have the opportunity to send a valentine to Tthat special someone? The Children at the Marc Center also received candy and greetings from Alpha Xi,s on Valentines Day. . Other activities included a first in Greek Track last spring quarter, and a third place in Greek Sing. Upon returning to school after w X ALPHA XI DELTA summer vacation, the women built a Hoat which took third in Homecoming competition. The highlight of the year for the Alpha XiTs was their annual winter formal. This years theme was iilsland Paradise? Adding to the excitement of the weekend was a skating party on the eve of the dance. In celebration of the 75th Anniversary one of the sisters was Chosen as iiMiss Diamond Jubileen to represent the Ferris Chapter at the National Alpha Xi Delta Convention in Sun Valley, Idaho. Alpha Xi participates in Greek Sing "Around the World in 80 Days? Sisters gather in the Pug after picking up pledges 207 4' t ' i 32 DELTA ZETA ROW 1: Sandy Pray, recording secretary; Jean Ver- heule, treasurer; Patty Knapp, pledge trainer; Carolyn Thiele, president; Joy Schwartz, vice-president; Carole Meyers, correspond- ing secretary ROW 2: Dr. Doris Willis, advisor; Judy VerMerris, Blanch Warner, Lynne Strong, Mary Ann Mathews, Carylee Kensler, Marcia Hemker, Helen Wild, adivsori ROW 3: Diane Young, Patti Bukowski, Susan Storey, Paula Przekop, Luann Allman, Marilyn Lerash, Linda Myers, Donna Slodowske, Mary Steiner, ROW 4: Shirley Fiddler, Nancy Riblet, Jeannette Yunker, Trudy Williams, Raylene Loher, Cheryl Daly, Barbara Adoree, Laurie Coburn, Marilyn Tafel, Marsha Bailev h e DELTA ZETA At the Panhellenic Banquet last spring the woman of Delta Zeta received the coveted Scholarship Improvement Award. Their social activities included Homecoming where the D25 placed first with their Hoat, iiBon Voyage Santa,H and a first in Homecoming track com- petition. Community projects included co-sponsoring a Halloween party with Pi Kappa Alpha for the Children of Big Rapids, and an Easter program with Sigma Alpha Mu for the bene- fit of the Marc Center. Active participation in all campus events such as Greek Week, Blood Bank, United Fund, and South Campus Day Characterized the women of Delta Zeta throughout the year. Sherry Harris makes coffee for the daily Delta Zeta COHee houri Delta Zeta sisters gather in the Pug after they pick up their winter Marsha Bailey and Sue Storey worked many hours to COHStFUCt the pledges. DZS first place Heat, uBon Voyage Santa." Blanche Warner, Debby Davis, Kathy Gallagher, Amy Conner, Mary Ann Carlson, and Chris Jeffery end Delta Zeta's first place performance in Sigma Tau Beta,s Comedy Night 209 LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA ROW 1: Grace Strohl, historian; Donna Fortune, Verona Wojtkowiak, Laura Shinavier, Rival Niblack, Mary Johnson, corresponding secretary; Joan Spencer, recording Bette Swartz, advisor. ROW 3: Sue Reinking, Marilyn Caut, Louise secretary; Mary Jabrocki, president; Cheryl LeGault, treasurer; Barb Barton, Barbara Hansen, Betty Krans, Nancy Wurm, Sue Wheeler, Tooley. ROW 2: Lois Conrad, adviser; Mrs Edward Claus, advisor; Sarah Best. Sisters Donna Heim and Barb Hansen sell Homecoming mums for the sorority. Lambda Kappa Sigma's Homecoming Hnat captures admiring glances. The women of Lambda Kappa Sigma pride themselves on being the only Chapter of the national pharmaceutical sorority which is both professional and social. The Lambs began their activities with Homecoming by building a Hoat and con- ducting the traditional Homecoming Mum Sale. Proceeds from the sale were directed toward the purchase of a house. Activities continued through the year with the All-Women Pharmacy Tea, Parents, Day Banquet, Winter Carnival Competition, and Greek Week activities. Climaxing the year with an Annual Spring Formal, the Lambs enjoyed the company of returning alumni and experienced the sadness of saying farewell to graduating seniors. 2H Mercedes Spathelf, wife of the president, presents Donna Heim with Scholastic and Pledge trophies. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL ROW 1: T. B. MCHenry, advisor; Hank Pletscher, scholastic chairman; Gary Miller, president; Vic Burwell, Vice president; Jim Smith, secretary. ROW 2: Bucky Saw- isch, George Kent, Thomas A. Marcucci, David E. Marko, Larry Noble, Larry Button. ROW 3: Pete Berlin, William Leon Sohnson, Len Da- mico, Karl A. Kuipers, Patrick J. Short, Albert L. Shindorf, Mike Tooze. ROW 4: Carl Malsom, Dennis Lerner, Kenneth Hall, James W. Wil- liamson, Fred Weston, Robert Brougham. F.C. Promotes High Honor Point Average IFC Coordinates Creek information day. A very important function of the Inter- fraternity Council is the stimulation of high scholastic achievement through the presenta- tion of awards. This goal was proven success- ful by the fact that the overall fraternal aver- age was higher than the all men,s average. Fall quarter, IFC sponsored a Frosh Hop and presented turkeys to needy families in the area. IFC also promoted competition among fraternities by sponsoring Greek Week spring term. A Fraternity Information Day hosted by the Interfraternity Council gave interested men an insight into Greek life on the Ferris State College campus. 212 One of the many things IFC does is to unite Creeks by sponsoring COHee hours. Dennis Lerner presents Sigma Phi Epsilon's president, Jim Ransom, the Lawerence Young Memorial Trophy. IFC members discuss ideas about Closed rush. 213 ALPHA DELTA CHI ROW 1: Carl Walter, treasurer; Bruce Kibler, vice president; Douglas Amstutz, president; Robert VanValken- berg, secretary. ROW 2: Bob Lancaster, Mike Raquette, Jerry Bernath, ADCs work together in their drafting lab. ALPHA DELTA CHI joe Taylor, Bob Croat, Roger Huston. ROW 3: Donald Bosch, Robert Vincenti, Larry Henderson, Daryl Calazen, Lee Schnettler, John Hink- ley, Douglas Pardee. Alpha Delta Chi, professional architectural drafting fraternity, traveled to Chicago early fall term in order for its members to View the variety of architectural designs promi- nent in large cities. Throughout the year many trips were made to regional architects, oHices so the ADCS could see theory put into prac- tice. Floor plans of the new library were drawn by the men for studentst use in locating books. Promotion of the Architectural Drafting program at Ferris State College was the main objective of Alpha Delta Chi. X ALPHA DELTA SIGMA ROW 1: Mike Foley, sergeant at arms; John Sobocienski, corresponding secretary; John Weiszer, presi- dent; Rod Kimberley, vice president; Paul Engel, treasurer; John Kiblinger, recording secretary ROW 2: Roland Hicks, advisor; Dale Members of Alpha Delta Sigma listen intently at one of their evening meetings. Pero, James Gillette, Paul Pawlosky, Walter Len, John Thorpe, Robert Sprague, advisor. ROW 3: Bob Crewson, Doug Brown, Cliftord Defore, Loyd Davis, Dick Spencer, Carl Wieneki, Dennis Spray, Kene neth Bauer. During the past year the Leo Burnett Chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma, a professional adver- tising fraternity, ranked ninth out of 77 Chap- ters in the nation. Promotion for United Fund was handled by the brothers whose spirit and drive made it a great success. The selling of advertising space for the Ferris Torch was included in Alpha Delta Sigmafs campus services. Activities within the fraternity were held trips to ad- vertising agencies, printing companies, news- papers, and advertising departments of large companies. ALPHA PHI ALPHA ROW 1: Albert Wilkins, secretary; Fred Wes- ton, president; Clarence Lyte, vice president; Nathaniel Topp, treas- Brothers talk to rushee at Greek Information Day. ALPHA PHI ALPHA urer, ROW 2: Thomas Chulski, advisor; James Williamson IL, Robert Paar, William Johnson, Kenneth Lamb. The Zeta Beta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, Incorporated, successfully com- pleted its second year on Ferris State Colleges campus. The brothers sponsored their first Homecoming queen candidate, Teresa Munger who earned a position on the Queen,s court. Later in the year the men of Alpha Phi Alpha participated in Blood Bank and Winter Carnival. In the spring the Black and Gold formal entitled hDream Come True, was sponsored by the brothers. Fred Weston, Nathaniel Topp, William Johnson, tTOPt James Waller, Kenneth The Brothers enjoy a nice quite evening studying in their Lamb, and Grant McArn proudly show off their greek letters. dormt The brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha: james Williamson, William Johnson, Clarence Lyte, Nathaniel Topp, Fred Weston, Al Wilkins, Kenneth Lamb, and Robert Paar, pose with their queen candidate, Terry Munger. X ALPHA PHI OMEGA ALPHA PHI OMEGA ROW 1: Terry Broome, second vice president; Dennis Christian, first vice president; Edwin Haapala, president; Robert Osborne, William Gallagher. ROW 2: Steve Cady, Don Tur- A-Phi-O sold chances 0n Brandy for United Fund. bin, Larry Alsgaard, Dennis Kachinski, Marvin Cerbig. ROW 3: Michael Miller, treasurer; Wayne Deschbmi, chaplain; Cary Als- gaard, alumni secretary, historian; Thomas Jeffrey, James Ziegler. For the Xi Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the past year was one of expanding horizons. The brothers were active in many fields of service pertaining to the campus, community, and nation such as United Fund and Peace Corp Week. They also served as guides for student tours, held a car rally, and sponsored the Blood Bank in association with the Red Cross. By upholding the principles of leadership, friendship, and service to others, Alpha Phi Omega has become a leading ser- vice fraternity 0n the Ferris State College campus. OMICRON BETA KAPPA ROW 1: Bud McMullen, vice president; Tallman, faculty advisor; Gary Miller, Mike Bodarv, Dacho DachoH, Pete Berlin, president; Dennis Vicenzi, treasurer. ROW 2: Don facultysecretary. ' X OB K OMICRON BETA KAPPA w Recognition to students who excelled scho- lastically was given winter term by Omicron Beta Kappa Leadership Honor Society. In the spring quarter the fraternity honored the soph- omores who had attained special distinction in one or more of the following areas: schol- arship, athletics, student government, social and religious affairs, publications, speech, music, drama, and other fine arts. Omicron Beta Kappa also initiated an award for the outstanding male student who is ma- joring in less than a four-year program. The society felt there was a need to honor a stu- dent in one of the colleges technical or voca- tional fields because of their significant con- tributions to student organizations, campus life, and the college community. Wm.- Vice President, Bud McMullen, passes out an agenda to members of Omicron Beta Kappa. 219 DELTA SIGMA PHI ROW 1: Terry Green, Doug Warner, Richard Roller, treasurer; Thomas Ferstle, viCe-president; Albert Shindorf, president; Jonathan Hicks, secretary; Paul Modschiedler, Mick Steiner, ROW 2: Richard Martin, john Cleveland, Donald Nace, Daniel OtHara, John Bittner, Dennis Bergevin, Christopher Millar, Skip Abrams, William Coxr ROW 3: Lorne Archer, jim Smith, Joel Black, William Simpson, Douglas Powers, Gary Poole, Tracy Tucker, Roger Bartnick, Charles Samfilippo, Terry Hessler. ROW 4: Thomas Katt, John Scamehom, Ronald Hnizda, Edward Mannino, Lance Ceismar, Larry Bowling, Patrick Short, David Potter, John Kiak, Chuck Wheeler, Michael Dwyer, ROW' 5: Steve Puterbaugh, Chuck Trudell, Dan Jackson, Joe Nagel, Larry Thum, Denny Powers, Douglas Worgess, Don Lentz, David OyFarrell, Greg Kelly, Craig Schavilje, Donald Mann. Delta Sigma Phi, the fraternity of Engineered Leadership, incorporated a balance of study, work, and social activity to emphasize their principles of responsibility, respect for authority, and dedication to higher education. The Delt Sigs were active in all events including Homecoming, United Fund, Winter Carnival, and Greek Comedy night. High- lighting the year for the men was a campus- wide bread sale with the proceeds going to the March of Dimes. X DELTA SIGMA PHI w Dennis Bergevin and Al Shindorf g0 door-to-door during their bread sale. Delt Sigs End there is never a dull moment in a fraternity house. The men of Delta Sigma Phi, spend a quiet Saturday afternoon reminiscing. DELTA SIGMA PI ROW 1: Edward Hanaford, historian; Paul Barker, secretary; David Bird, vice president; Mark Hart, president; Gregory Hushy, second vice president; Charles Warren, treasurer; Donald Kasik, chancellor. ROW 2: Sanford B. Halperin, adviser; Steven Levine, Thomas Cram, David Hamill, Thomas Holbrook, James Bixler, Cyril Adams, Arthur Croft, adviser, ROW 3: Brian Cox, Larry Root, Paul Okuniewski, Barry Brown, Brent Smith, James L. Price, Walter Monroe, James Clark, Charles Teetxel. AZII Serving as ttcampus accountantsn for the United Fund Drive, the men of Delta Sigma Pi displayed their interest in the welfare of the college and community. Tours of business firms were taken each term for the purpose of better acquainting the men with actual business practices. Bi-monthly professional meetings with guest speakers from various types of businesses were held in order for members to discuss the many facets of manage- ment, advertising, retail selling, and finance. Mr. Sanford Halperin was selected as an honorary member, and became a CO-adviser with Mr. Arthur Croft. Both are instructors in the School of Commerce. The Rose Ball ended the year for the men of Delta Sigma Pi. 222 Officers listen intently to Mr Samuel Halperin as he explains a humorous but important part of fraternity work The Pi cane has a rich history. Paul Barker displays one to Sandy Rose Ball queen candidates were presented with roses before the Jasinski. coronation. Walt Monroe explains a financial problem to the brothers during a weekly meeting. 223 e w KAPPA PSI KAPPA PSI ROW 1: James Woern, Advisor; David Pwoers, Pledge Trainer; Robert Arfstrom, Treasurer; Carl Wilberg, President; Peter Berlin, Vice President; Robert Marr, Secretary; John R Kelly, Advisor. ROW 2: Earl Sawisch, Jeffrey Lewis, Robert Hodges, Michael Cote, David Johnson, Gary J. Huiskcns III, Dick Peterson, Jaques Almassian, ROW 3: Thomas 1. Silhavy, Richard Campbell, Roger L. Byron, Michael Salogar, David Wisner, Fred Wiseman, mummy Highlighting the year for the men of Kappa Psi, professional pharmaceutical fraternity, was the annual Sweetheart Ball. Each Februa ary the men host the Ball in conjunction with Valentines Day. Various organizations spon- sor candidates, one of whom is crowned the Ferris State College Sweetheart. Kappa Psi provided a well known band for the listening and dancing pleasure of all who attended. The men of Kappa Psi also made sizeable contributions to the United Fund and Blood Bank which demonstrated their principle of responsibility toward college and community welfare. Kappa Psi pledges clean the furnace as part of their service to the brothers Norbert Laskowski, ROW 4: Dale Boukma, Mike Johnson, Randy Estes, Dave Newhouse, Thomas Heim, Robert Lytle, Thomas Neede ham, Michael Tillotson, Douglas Ludtkc, Richard Files, ROW 5: Terry Littke, Dan Osika, Larry Poel, Bob Skrocki, Mike Wishart, John Stolarski, Bob Gorski, Howard Kremer, Bryon Higgins, David Moulton, William Gaus. W Randv Estes tunes in his favorite cartoon show. term at the Kappa Psi house. id Richard Campbell studies for a m 3th their future home. Kappa Psi pledges p KAPPA KAPPA PSI TAU BETA SIGMA e KAPPA KAPPA PSIeTAU BETA SIGMA ROW 1: William Root, director of bands; Carol Schwenn, secretary and vice president; Pam Decker, president; Jean Ann Ketchman, Bonnie Butler, treasurer; Since their aleiation, the Ferris Chapters of Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma have been pioneering joint activities and meet- ings. Honorary membership was given this year to Mr. William Root, Director of Bands, who is now serving as CO-advisor with Dr. Dacho Dachoff. In January Kappa Kappa Psi-Tau Beta Sigma sponsored a dance in order to raise money for future activities. The musical or- ganizations also sent delegates to the district conference where they discussed problems and shared ideas concerning their honorary society. 226 Dacho DachoH, faculty advisor. ROW 2: Dennis Delannay, Dennis Weaver, secretary, Craig Bennett, vice president, Dennis Kalsow, John Kirk, Armon Withey, treasurer. 5234 Eva; 95,2 ix. Dacho DachoH looks on. OHicers conduct a regular meeting as Dr. PHI GAMMA NU ROW 1: Phyllis Chamberlain, editor; Diane Van- Conant, pledge trainer; .Emalee Baldwin, vice president; Carolyn Thiele, president; Kathryn Ruona, treasurer; Patricia Shoemaker, secretary. ROW 2: Dr. Doris Willis, advisor; Peggy Thompson, Judith Jewell, Carolyn Hill, Joan Hurford, Lorrell Stevens, Dr. Pearl Ran- CNN 9 Joint meetings of the Alpha Nu Chapter of Phi Gamma Nu and other professional hon- orary societies were held throughout the year in order to promote unity and strength on the Ferris State College campus. Phi Gamma Nu encouraged high scholarship, participation in scholastic activities, and achievement in the world of business. During the year guest speakers presented ideas and suggestions concerning the business world. Seminars were held with other Chap- ters for the purpose of discussing problems and functions of the various business helds. Founder,s Day was celebrated February 17 which highlighted the entire year for the members of Phi Gamma Nu. Working together the women of Phi Gamma Nu collected money in order to help a Korean orphan, Jung Sun, finish her education. X kin, Advisor. ROW 3: Barbara Lowry, Marcia Hemker, Kathy Boldt, Faith Asplund, Marjorie VanTrump, Judith A. Smith, Susan L Stet- ler, Mary Flanigan, ROW 4: Kathy Lange, Di Anne Janus, Donna Slo- dowske, Mary Steiner, Lynne Kettring, Martha Kosorac, Kay Knapp, Patricia Patterson, Irene Herremans, PHI GAMMA NU During the meeting of Phi Gamma Nu, the officers discuss their K0- rean Orphan program and future activities. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ROW 1: Brent Knight, rush chairman; Dave Joseph Link, Anthony Paval, Duane R. Cranney, Gregory A. Bemister, Coleman, social chairman; James Maday, ritualist; Roger Bauer, secre- John P. Groves, Terry Minnear. ROW 4: Jeffrey D. Bellfy, Ron H tary; Mike McCarthy, president. ROW 2: Robert Scofield, Robert Brimmell, William A. Markovich, Ronald A Madsen, William Nall, Pears, Bruce Cossar, Cary Pollard, Dennis Cladchun, Dan Dysarz, Richard Waller, Thomas Bower, James Meekhof, Steven T, Brightbill, Mike Larson, Donald Grant Lightfoot, Bill Amato. ROW 3: William A1 Woodward, Pete Pitchfork L. Jarmer, Craig Weidner, Richard Walcott, Charles A Faremounth, LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 9 AX Don LightFoot and John Szhmanski pull Lambda Chi Alphak Chariot ROW 1: Charles A, Mount, Advisor, Michael Johnson, vice president, William Booth, treasurer, Kip Plew, rush chairman, Dean Murdoch, pledge traineri ROW 2: Robert Pears, Jay Li Cooke, Michael J. Adam- ski, Stephen A. Valoczki, John S. Rowlson, Lynn A Kraft, Daniel B. Williams, Scott L. Render, D. Wyllys Fershee. ROW 3: Dan Kolassa, In the fall the brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha returned to find their house at 408 South Mich- igan completely remodeled inside with new drapes, carpeting and furniture adding an atmosphere of comfort and relaxation. Lambda Chi was well represented in the Homecoming Lambda Chi brothers congregate out- side the newly remodeled home. Tom Pegg, Mike Bodary, John Szymanski, Timothy K. Harrington, Larry W. Littlemeyer, John P. Bower, John N. Oleson, Richard O. Crunewald. ROW 4: William Parker Burrer, John Chaklos, Roy Zietz, Mark Hartzfeld, John Bloomquist, Jack Meekhof, Jim Den Bra- ber, Terry Yageman, Gary Hageni festivities as the brothers placed iirst in the chariot race, took second in the Hoat competi- tion and placed their candidate on the Queenis Court. The final intramural football playoffs found Lambda Chi first in competition. Satan, the Lambda Chiis Mascot, 229 PHI DELTA CHI ROW 1: Bob Sarvas, Jim Scarlett, Rex Brown, Gustafson, Patrick N. Dishaw, Lynn Locklear, John L. Vickerman, Dr. Norwood R. Neumann, advisor; David E. Marko, secretary; Karl ROW 3: David Credo, Robert Atkins, Joseph Hawkins, Michael A. Kuipers, president. ROW 2: J, Thomas Morrical, James L. Dunn, Stephan, John Ridgley, David Snyder, John Hall, Ed Horton, David Mohammad M. Al-Buloshi, Ross A, DeGraaf, Issam Abi-Ajram, Art Loudenslager,Jim Steward. X PHI DELTA CHI ROW 1: Tim Hamel, vice president; Roger Gilg, treasurer; Dr, Harry S. Swartz, Jr. advisor; John D. Chinonis, Robert Clupker, Robert L. Miller. ROW 2: George Klepser, Thomas Crook, John Shedd, Jim Mathews, Dennis Vicenzi, Gene Kangas, Ronald Meyer, Robert Capturing Hrst place in Greek Sing for the third consecutive year, the men of Phi Delta Chi also received the IFC scholarship award for actives and the Dr. Karlis Kazerovskis award for pledges. The brothers brought ttThe New Society, to campus last spring for the entertainment of the entire campus. Homecoming saw the brothers participating in all events including the queen contest, float competition, the chariot race, and the greased pole climb. As a service to the college the brothers provided guided tours of the campus for freshmen and parents. During intramural football season Phi Delta Chi gave stiff competition with two teams. Winter quarter found the brothers participat- ing in Winter Carnival, IM basketball, volley- ball, and Greek basketball. In the spring the Phi Delts distributed Easter Seal cannisters throughout the county in conjunction with the National Easter Seal Drive. 231 Meyer, James Youngt ROW 3: Robert D. Siwicki, Kim Tonkavich, Buzz Kugel, Richard M. Peacock, Richard Hult, Brian Jacobs, Bob Phetteplace, Thomas J. Cartmill, Bill Harbrecht, Woody Carr, A welcome sight on a cold wintery day is the Phi Delt house. CIDKC-D Given formal recognition to colonize during the spring of 1967, Phi Kappa Theta, a na- tional social fraternity, distinguished itself through teamwork in social, academic, and athletic competition. A feat never before accomplished by a colony was the crowning of Phi Kappa Thetahs Homecoming candidate, Miss Beverly Ann Hrabec, as Ferris, Homecoming Queen. Since their recognition Phi Kappa Theta,s Scholastic average was one of the highest among frater- nities. The brothers also participated in Greek track, winning two first places; Winter Carni- val, and the Greek Comedy night. PHI KAPPA THETA Studying together means a lot to the brothers of Phi Kappa Theta. Phi Kappa Theta ROW 1: Andy S. Zelinko, sergeant of arms; Vincent Aderente, treasurer; George R. Kent, president; Bill Adams, vice president; Michael P. Hughes, secretary; Bill Allen, pledge masters ROW 2: Reverend Gaspar Ancona, advisor; Patrick J. Usas, adviser; Timothy Thiry, assistant pledge master; Steve K. Wyns, Larry Noble, George Paulin, historian; C A. HTony" Lualdi, Dave Henry, ad- Visor; Hugh E. Law, advisor. ROW 3: Bob Tomalia, A1 Leese, Denny Vasher, Ed Moeller, Dick Bosco, Dan Wheeler, John Houting, Jan Hook, Dave Spratke, Greg Baran, Robert Broughan. The men of Phi Kappa Theta await a Hoat carrying their queen at the homecoming parade. Phi Kappa Theta members along with faculty advisers prepare one Of their famous spaghetti dinners 233 PHI ETA SIGMA ROW 1: Tracy Tucker, secretary; Donald Nace, Behnke, John Saur. ROW 3: Jon A. Wise, Russell Rhynard, Cary Mil- president; Thomas Rynberg, treasurer; Andrew Pearch, vice presi- ler,Wilh'am D. Coodwill,James LaRock. dent, ROW 2: Doug Brower, Ron Baker, Michael Farnsworth, Larry X q, H 2 ;HI ETA SIGMA hhHints on How to Study, was distributed by Phi Eta Sigma to all freshmen in hopes of promoting better study techniques. Other ac- tivities included two banquets held this year for the purpose of inducting members who be- came eligible during the last four quarters. A national honor society for freshmen, Phi Eta Sigma, was founded at the University of Illinois in 1923. The Ferris Chapter was initi- ated in January of 1964. Timothy Sanderson, Tom Rynberg, and Jon Wise discuss plans for promoting better study techniques. 234 "S2" tg; PI OMEGA PI PI OMEGA PI ROW 1: Mary Steiner, treasurer; Lynne Kettring, president; William Mars, vice president; Marge Vantrump, secre- tary; Mary Flanigan, secretary. ROW 2: JOSCph J. Casper, Faith Asp- Bud McMullen, Bill Mars, and Judy Chesley compare notes of past yeafs activities. lund, Emalee Baldwin, Joanne Mortensen. ROW 3: Marianne Jones, Bud McMullen, Orin A. Marvin, Louis Meeuwenberg. This year the Delta Pi Chapter of Pi Ome- ga Pi hosted the Northwestern Business Edu- cation conference fall term and provided tours of the campus for prospective students and interested area teachers. In the spring a farewell banquet was held where events of the year were recapped and plans for next year were made. Pi Omega Pi created and encouraged interest in Business Education through meetings held twice monthly where careers in business were discussed and the members prepared them- selves to meet the problems that will con- front them in the business world. 235 Phi Sigma Kappa ROW 1: Jon I. Larson, adviser; John F. DtAmour, Jon A. Wise, treasurer; Willaim Dt Goodwill, vice-president; Kenneth Hall, president; Fredrick Will, secretary; Ernie Wenger, Cary Miller, pledge master; james Tyree, advisor. ROW 2: Charles Krueger, Don- ald Landon, Joseph Lucidi, Ron Shurter, Jim Gillette, Jim Dallas. ROW 3: Bill Mineau, Frank Leib, Lane Barrett, Al Cunningham, Robert Canifield, John Bush, Ronald Tobaczka, Len Damico, Bob Berndt. ROW 4: Russell Rhynard, Ronald DeMeritt, Richard Kolod- sick, Cary Vaughan, Mykle Jacobs, Tom Brown, David Herbert, Wil- liam Mars, ROW 5: Robert Holben, James Skinner, Richard Kujala, Thomas Bartol, Robert Soneral, Raymond Dickerson, Douglas Cuike- ma, james Savickas, James La Rock, Milo Earls. mm: Qt Q; i; a e . .X de For the third consecutive year the men of Phi Sigma Kappa placed their queen candi- date, Sue Cuthbertson, 0n the queents court. The brothers, first attempt at Hoat building brought them a third place. Doubling its membership within the past year, the Lambda Pentagon Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa sponsored a hayride, Roman Toga party, canoe trip, attended a multi- chapter beach party on Lake Michigan for the purpose of becoming better acquainted with other Chapters, as well as actively participat- ing in all campus functions and events. 236 X PHI SIGMA KAPPA e Phi Sigs enjoy a friendly discussion at IFC Information Day. Jim Johnson signs an egg during pledge-exchange day with Delta Zeta. Tom Bartol displays his winning form at the shot put. Brothers enjoy a football game, 237 PI KAPPA ALPHA Pi Kappa Alpha ROW 1: Joseph Puchalski, adviser; James Pieper, historian; Phil Westendorf, house manager; Cary Long, treasurer; Frank Riley, president; Thomas Mette, vice president; John Hunter, secretary. ROW 2: Charles Patterson, S. Joseph Hudson, Duane Bremer, Thomas Luxmore, Jon Yost, Raymond York, Michael Jalacki, Jeffrey Olson, Robert Hall. ROW 3: Douglas York, F. Jordan Scham- The Pike house in a typical winter scene. beck, Michael Quigg, Clare Travis, James Lipkowitz, Richard Magreta, Gregory Vail, Ken McQuade, Gary Kreh, Gene Dubay. ROW 4: Rick Graves, Paul Rau, Thomas Polander, Robert Viau, David Cage, John Bull, Mike Tooze, Rick Borrell, Ken Tremaine ROW 5: Dick Delaerb, Carl Malsom, Chuck Stahl, John Eickhorst, Fred Trolley, Robert Tischbein, Andre Re, Felix Mmz. Pike brothers admire a paddle showing football victories. Frank Riley discusses the responsibilities of fraternity life with a pledge. At the beginning of fall term the men of Pi Kappa Alpha distributed the Ferris State col- lege student directory to freshmen and return- ing students. As well as constructing a first place Homecoming float, iiVoyage into Today,s Frontier? the Pikes proved to be stiff compet- itors in all areas of intramural athletics. Active participation in all-college events Characterized Pi Kappa Alpha. The brothers made donations to the United Fund drive, Blood Bank, sponsored a man for the Ugliest Man on Campus , and took part in Greek Sing. Highlighting their social year was the All- College Spring Formal which is sponsored each year by Pi Kappa Alpha, and is the only form- al dance open to all Ferris State College stu- dents. Tom Mette and Frank Riley display the trophy for All-College Spring Formal 239 SIGMA ALPHA MU ROW 1: L. Allan Fickcs, adviser; Larry War- ROW 3: Ira J. Faden, Lawrence Jt Friedman, Michael L. Cooper, Shaw, vice prior; Dennis B. Lerner, prior; Vance C. Clowtis, recorder; Bill SChWaFtZ, Kenneth L- Lapides, Daniel J, Rockman, Jay L- Wald- Howard A. Fink, Exchequer. ROW 2: Steven B. Levine, Jerry Vollmar, mant Micheal Rose, Mel Celter, Ronald A Moore, Howard A. Babcock. SIGMA ALPHA MU e The Ramsey Lewis Trio was brought to the Ferris State College campus by the Beta Beta chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu during winter quarter. The men proved their community mindedness with such projects as the annual hSammy Shoe Shine, and an Easter Party for the Marc Center co-sponsered by the women of Delta Zeta. mama to mum mg 1' SRAMSEY 3mg. "m Howard Babcock and Howard Fink sell tickets for the Ramsey Lewis Trio. 240 Sammies paint a sign in preparation for their Ramsey Lewis Trio concert winter quarter. The "Sammy Shine" is an annual fund-raising event for the brothers of Sigma Alpha Mu. 241 SIGMA TAU BETA ROW 1: Bruce Traverse, David Raderstort, presi- Robert Golden. ROW 3: Michael Moran, Gary Lints, Ronald Stam- dent; Robert McCarty, Vice president; Robert S. Agostini, treasurer; bersky, Richard Harding, Keven Kunyon, Richard Crabsky, Bill T. Pelkey, secretary. ROW 2: David Smith, Steve Baranec, Greg Neagle,Dan Fritsch,Tom Rynberg. Krock, Richard Lee, Larry Button, Max Malleck, James Bellinger, SIGMA TAU BETA w Persistence and hard study paid OH for the brothers of Sigma Tau Beta who ranked first among thirteen fraternities with a cumulative grade point average of 2.514 fall quarter. Fol- lowing Closely behind with a 2.512 average was the fall pledge Class of Sigma Tau Beta which ranked first among pledge Classes. In winter quarter the brothers hosted the All-Creek Comedy Night which had the theme iiThis Is The Campus That 153, A11 Greeks on campus participated and the winning per- formers were awarded revolving trophies. The brothers display their Creek Crest. 242 09 X AQ F t ALPHA PHI GAMMA U h Eight members of the 1968 publication staffs were initiated into Alpha Phi Gamma after the annual Publications Banquet spring quar- ter. To become a member of the honorary journalistic co-educational fraternity, one must have served on the general staff of either the Ferriscope 0r Torch for three quarters, held a position as a page or section editor for two quarters, or be editor-in-chief of either publication. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote journalistic achievement and provide a basis of mutual interest for students involved in the various Ferris State College publications. Dave Hildreth puts his journalistic knowledge into practice when working on the Ferriscope. ALPHA PHI GAMMA ROW 1: Fred Baditoi, Becky Johnson, Mary Dennls Hines, Steve Crandall, Carroll Williams, Jim Gaul, John Ann Mathews, Lynette Jirikovic, Rayleen Lober, Judy Halbeisen. ROW McNamara, advisor. 2: Tom Avery, Don Smith, David Lammers, Dave Hildreth. ROW 3: Sigma Phi Epsilon ROW 1: Joseph E. Deupree, chapter counselor; Glenn Dirkse, Red Door chairman; Vic Burwell, comptroller; Gregg Sliwka, vice president; James L. Ransom, president ROW 2: Beer nard Putt, Jack Ostenfeld, Len R. Norkiewicz, Samuel J. Wells, James B. White, Cary Kadlec, James H. Bishop. ROW 3: Doug Olin, Bob Narregan, Dennis Newell, Jack Henry, Len Sheldon, Tom Bar- ron, Mike Bartley, Jim Henderson. ROW 4: Christopher Sheppard, Dave Millerwise, Carroll H. Williams, John Tarantowicz, Chip Klein Don Zale, Mike Neward. XDE g; All Sig Ep activities center around their newly constructed lodge. X SIGMA PHI EPSILON ROW 1: Dennis Hines, secretary, Ronald Viestenz, John Starr, Tom Olkowski, Mike Busch, Keith 0. Fuller, advisor. ROW 2: Donald Bourdon, David Canavan, Bruce Odell, Walter Hechlik, Neil Erics- son, David Waddell, Edward Block, Jim Gaul. ROW 3: Lon Goodwin, Included in Sigma Phi Epsilonts achieve- ments for the 1967-68 year were the Lawrence Young Memorial Trophy which is awarded to the outstanding social fraternity on campus, and the Bunker Trophy given for exceptional athletic participation. The Lynn Riguad Me- morial trophy was presented to the outstanding Greek woman of the term for the first time last spring. At the Sig Ep conclave held in Cleveland last summer, the Ferris State College Zeta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon received the outstanding Chapter award for the third con- secutive year, as well as the scholarship award, Don MCCurdy, Dan Foley, Doug Bird, Bob Canger, Paul Markey, Ron Wall, Mike Ehinger, Bob Seestadt. ROW 4: David Johnson, Pete Cruits, Ron Harke, Scott Vicary, Douglas McMullen, John Sharpe, John Beukema, Robert Nelson, Bob Schultz, Bill Thomsons the best journal coverage award, and the campus fund award. Fall quarter the brothers returned to find their lodge 0n Perry Street completed and awaiting the grand opening celebration. Unique 0n the Ferris campus, the lodge features a large meeting room, a kitchen capable of serving 100 people, a fire place with trophy cases on either side. In addition it has an all-purpose recreation room includ- ing p001, ping pong, a bowling game, several concession vending machines, a juke box; and a Sig Ep library room. Brothers Ron Harke, Creg Sliwka, John Beukema, Joe Ayrault, manager; Walt Hechlik, Bob Canger, Tom Olkowski, Vic Burwell, are elated after receiving a trophy for winning the Greek basketball championship. TAU KAPPA EPSILON ROW 1: Walter Wisniewski, vice president; Harmond Webb, historian; Douglas Waldo, treasurer; Cuy Miller, pledge trainer; Lawrence Kish, president. ROW 2: Michael Mabarak, Timothy Schneider, Ronnie Birmingham, Thomas Calardi, Richard Loznak, Thomas Sweeney, Stephen Hula, James Schmidt. ROW 3: Keith Robb, Gary Goldstein, Richard Joppie, Jack Hartman, Chris Schneider, Steve Miles, Mike Tweedy, Norman Plumstead, Tim VPomaville. ROW 4: Richard Held, Gary Mohr, Robert Anger, Michael Hatch, Connie Hamner, Stephen Nowicki, Joe Duffy, Lee Caus, Paul Bitter, Johnny Yardley. TAU KAPPA EPSILON Being crowned last spring as Greek Track champions was only one of the highlights on the Tau Kappa Epsilon list of achievements. During intramural football the TKE,s experi- enced a single defeat giving them second place for the season. Tau Kappa Epsilon participation was not only athletic; the brothers played a leading role in the United Fund Drive with the larg- est donation among social fraternities on cam- pus. The ttOrder of Diana,, was formed by TKE mothers and sweethearts for the purpose of assisting at open smokers, rush parties, and dinners. 246 TKE Board meets once a week to make plans for regular meetings. ROW 1: Dick Cillissee, secretary; Artil Leo, sergeant at arms; Em gene Pale, chaplain; Gordon Golder, adviser; John Katzenberger. ROW 2: Dick Cagle, Ron Schuring, Tom Stanton, Jim Kiomento, Mike Kelly, John Kucharski, James Brink, Fred Flathau. ROW 3: Patrick Moore, Kyle James, Gene Start, Jerry Fuller, Gerald Walker, Their fraternitfs awards and trophies were proudly displayed at Creek Information Day. James Harz, Bud McMullen, Douglas Gawne, Padraig Calnan ROW 4: Al Smith, Steve Shuman, Mike Eckerly, Milt Kley, Bob Wilkinson, Edward Crowley, Louie Goodin, Edward Zalewski, Paul Ayres, Edgar Lutz, TKE,s scrape and paint a wall at a senior Citizen,s home, 247 - mini: Service was the main objective of the men of Theta Alpha Sigma. The brothers included guiding campus tours, ushering at concerts, and participating in numerous community projects as some of their many activities. Social life added to the brotherhood with a canoe trip on the Pine River, a dunk tank in CO-Ordination with the sisters of Delta Zeta at the Mecosta County fair, 3 hayride, and a ski trip. A constitution was constructed this year which the brothers hoped would be used in the future for other national chapters. THETA ALPHA SIGMA ROW 1: Bruce Dow, sergeant at arms; Bruce Bucholtz, vice president; C. Thomas Smith, president; William Cher- up, secretary; Robert Williamson, treasurer. ROW 2: Claude Pepper, adviser; Doug Shepard, Chappy Cleveland, Richard Evinger, Arnold Krause, Harold Oginski, David Lammersi ROW 3: Mark Frei, Bill Cherup, Bill Dyda, and Jim Pugh display a giant paddle made by Pugh. James Pugh, Jay Scott, Larry Kunze, John Koza, Jack McCord, Ed- ward McKenzie, Allen Burns, ROW 4: Dennis McCourtney, William Dyda, Dennis Banghart, James Stadel, Bruce Lane, Cary Kronene bergi h Through the guidance of Peter Smania7 Claude Pepper, and Kenneth McManis, fraternity advisers, the men of Theta Alpha Sigma have taken steps forward in nationalization. The brothers feel that rides are an integral part of the pledging pro- gram. On the serious side of business a coffee hour was held daily in the Technical and Applied Arts Building. 249 THETA XI THETA XI ROW 1: Robert Gregg, Mick Barney, Jack Moss, vice president; Thomas Marcucci, president; Richard Powell, treasurer; Glenn fey. ROW 2: Dale Bernhardt, Thomas Eddy, Joseph Mackavich, John Ryder, Chuck Shermetaro, Mark Welton, William Hart ROW 3: Barry Wheeler, Patrick Vollmer, Alan Butki, Robert Roberts, Harry Burleson, Don Patterson, Mike Lansing, Greg Butzow. ROW 4: Ber- During fall quarter Nancy K. Dailey, spon- sored by the men of Theta Xi, was elected as a member of the Homecoming Queen,s court. llSalute to Disney" was the theme of the ill- fated Winter Carnival sponsored by the Theta st. The entire campus hoped to participate in all events including the ice and snow sculp- ting contest. However, due to a lack of that "Huffy stufF, all but the Snow Swirl dance had to be cancelled. During intramural football season Theta Xi,s two teams both earned league titles. nard Maki, Charles E. Cios, Jim Levitte, William Stewart, Paul Buc- zko, Allen Wilkins, Paul Ochmanek, Michael Booth, Roy Cavan. ROW 5: Daniel Norman, William Carlson, George Niewiadomski, Michael Trzos, Paul Renico, James Kulibert, Frosty Graves, Phil Young, Hank Pletscher, Tom Kretschman. "Sailing for a Win" was the title of Theta Xi,s entry for Home- coming,67. Thomas Marcucci, Theta Xi President, and Linda Neldbert enjoy the Thomas Eddy and Carol Libby have 3 quiet conversation at the Snow Swirl. Theta Xi House. Brothers discuss some of the work involved in the Snow Carnival. Student Activities Vary Thomas Abrahamson Cyril Adams Larry Adams Duane Addis Karen Adkin Gwendolyn Agee Elizabeth Allen Sherman Allen Douglas Altschwager Richard Ames Cary Anderson Glen Anderson Vicki Anderson Tommie Anglin Keith Ansley Susan Apel Thomas Arbut Sharon Argue Linda Assemany Lennox August Ralph Aurilia Steven Averill Norma Avery Gregory Averyhardt Howard Avildsen Richard Babcock Clarence Baber Donna Bachelor Fred Baditoi James Bagby Big Rapids children were entertained by FSC students. John Bailey Ronald Bailey Robert Baker Ronald Baker Thomas Baker Allen Baran 254 Paul Baran Timothy Baranek Dean Barker Paul Barker Susan Barling Lois Barnard Mary Basner Don Bates John Battle David Bauman Joseph Bauman Linda Baumstark Alan Beamer Paula Becker David Bedford Emil Bellenbaum Susan Beller Vicki Bellville Michael Belt Jo Ann Bennett Robert Bennett Kenneth Beougher Margaret Berch Joseph Berge Randy Berndt Darlene Beyer Barbara Biechler Marlene Binko Douglas Bird James Bixler Larry Bradley Edward Brooks Edward Blake Thomas Blanken Douglas Blasius Diane Block Dale Bogart Kenneth Boggs Gregory Bonaventura David Bondy Susan Booker Gloria Boras William Boros Wayne Bosse Ruth Bosset Thomas Bowler Ian Boyd Arthur Boyer Craig Brackrog Douglas Bradley Learning Is a Lonely The art of drafting is learned through hours of practice. James Bradshaw Dale Brewer s: V. Lawrence Brice , Jo Ann Brilowski w Robert Brooks Linda Brookshire Ronald Bmuwer Clavin Browcr Barry Brown Chester Brown Deborah Brown Ebins Brown James Brown Leeann Bullinger Douglas Burling Woodward Burbank Karen Burdo Constance Burns John Bush Kim Butcher James Butcko Al Butki CCU Dennis Christian Dianne Churchill David Claar Susan Clapp Roger Clark Robin Clark Joyce Clawsnn Larry Clay Cary Clements Michael Cobb Randall Coley Christine Collier Daniel Cameron ation MW Marlene Campbell Sally Caniff Francisco Cardenas John Carney Robert Centner Herbert Chadwick Barbara Cherry Richard Chesley Mary Chew David Christensen 257 A few moments of Anne Foslefs day is spent in serious thought. 258 Thomas Collier Kimberly Collins Earl Collom James Comensuli Douglas Compson Amy Conner Arthur Connolly Celia Cook Debra Cook Thomas Cook Donald Coon Patricia Copeland Gregory Corbin Joel Corbin Dale Corsaut Brian Coulson Kenneth Coulter Bonnie Craig Iris Crawford Patrick Crawford John Crowe Patrick Cunningham Robert Curtis Diane Dagcn Nancy Daily Leonard Damico Susan Dangel Eva Daniel Stephen Daniel Anthony Dascola Warner Davenport Dennis Davis Work, Study, and Social Life Unites FSC Linda Davis Larry Davis VViHiam DeCourcy Gary Dckker Sammy Denn Ronald De Meritt Thomas Des Enfants james Desenherg Lonnie Deur Julia Deveny Dorothy Dickson Phillip Dieck Sally Dieck Susan Dillon Robert Di Pietro Robert Dixon Michael Dubberstein Steven Dobberstein Paul Dobosz John Dochod Ann Donaldson Michael Doty David Doyle Howard Dove Walter Downs Barbara Drexler Jane Drury james Dunn Renae Bunneback Douglas Duvall William Dyda Dale Dykema Linda Dykema Marvin Echols Robert Edginton Jill Edleman David Egan John Eggertsen Charles Ehrlich Nancy EiHer Alvin Eilers Calvin Eller 259 Renee Ely Robert Emelander Fred Engel Beulah Erler Duane Esscnmacher Dumenick Esposito Michael Evans Christine Ezyk Robert Fairbanks Ramona Fairchild Ann Fenton Stephen Ferency7 Barbara Ferries Kathleen Field Theresa Fisher Diane Flesher Donna Fletcher Daniel Florey Frank Flynn Richard Flynn Those who placed in U. F were awarded tigers Keith Ford Meredith Foster Mary Fowler Dale Frank Susan Freestone Michael Frederick Van Frownfelter Donald Fryer Linda Fuller Conradine Cage 260 George Gardiner Michael Gardiner Richard Gardner Camilla Garland Louis Garrison Dudley Cayman Robin Cebben David George Frank German Janice Cerring Michael Giancotti Candace Gibbs Diane Gies Donna Gilbert Raymond Cilby Carl Cildner Caroline Giles Charles Cilkey Carolyn Gilison Betty Cordon Bryan Gordon Lee Goodrich Phillip Crabowski Jeff Graham Barbara Grant Sharon Cray Pamela Crayson David Greene Suzanne Greene Kim Gregg 261 Robert Caldeen Larry Calehouse Jeffery Gamble Susan Creincr Mary Griffin Douglas Cuikema Deborah Gunderson Kristine Guske Students living on the ROCk" enjoy South Campus day, which includes a variety of Lynda Gwyn events such as this greased pig contest Walter Hagen Kathleen Hale David Hamill Donna Hanaford John Handlin Doug Haney Jan Hannewald Ricky Hardacre Rex Harley Benjamin Harris Elizabeth Harris Sally Harry Glenn Haveman Joseph Hawkins Judy Hayter James Hazen Betty Hefferan Beverly Hegeman Ann Heglin Douglas Heidman Charlotte Heine James Heinzen John Heiss Marcia Hemkcr Judy Henderson Ted Henry Thomas Herman Cynthia Hermansen Sallye Herndon Hazel Herrendeen 262 FSC Is Expanding According to Needs Leo Herzog Terry Hesslcr Susan Hilbnrn David Hildrcth Put Hill Dennis Hines Margaret Hirsch Roger Hnag Maurice Hobson Joyce Hodges John Hnebekc Cone Hoekwater Ruth Hoffman Yuvonne Hogan Thomas Hogenson Susan Holihan Wayne Holman Ann Holmden Loretta Holt Donald Hootman Kimberly Hopkins Douglas Howe Mary Hudechex Michael Hudson Mary Huffman Sandra Hull Sheila Hunt Craig Huntley Douglas Hura Thomas Hurst Paul Hutchings Doris Hyde Dennis Iler Lynette Illig Karrie Illner Ron Ingles Jacqueline Jacques james Jannausch Deborah Jean Mark Jenkins Cary jcnsen Carla Jerome Becky johnson Elizabeth Johnson Morris Johnson S 264 The bookstore supplies the students with cl assroom ervices to Students Ronald Johnson William Johnson Darlene Jones Gregory Jones Jeffrey Jones Pamela Jones Phillip Kadzban Mary Kailing James Kaszubowski John Katzenberger Paul Kaufman John Kavanagh Kenneth Keener Fred Keeslar Jerry Keizer Dennis Kellogg William Kelso Sidney Kempf Alan Kennedy Raymond Kennedy Mark Ketcham Jean Ketchman Cynthia King Nancy King John Kowalczgk Lynn Kraft Paul Krause Janice Krauss Lawrence Kunze Richard Kuzma Sue La Belle Terry La Belle Leslie LaHer Paul Lambe Robert Lancaster Andrew Lane Kathlyn Lange Gerrit Lankamp Sally Larsen Frances Larson David Latvis Gregory Laubach Joanna Lauer Donna Lee Suzanne Lee Gary Leinberger Linda Leng Robert Lentz Jeff Kinney Bonnie Klink Gregg Kloustcr Richard Knecshaw Andy Knight Kenneth Knight Mary Knoll Jayne Knudsnn Alan Kocman Linda Koenigbauer Robert Kohl Ted Kordus Freshman Robert Lewis George Lexas Allen Liebau Loraine Lincoln Michael Lindberg Bill Linsley Dennis Lintemuth Victoria Lintz David Little Raylene Lober Larry London James Loree Paul Lorenz Alvin Love Gregory Love Douglas Ludtke John Lupinacci James Lutey Diane Lyon David MacDonald Daniel Malinowski Max Malleck Larry Mallory Dennis Manier Karl Manning Lawrence Marfechuk Dale Marshall Ronald Martenka John Maskill Christine Mason Kathleen Mason Ronald Massad Mary Ann Mathews The new library is a great asset to students. James Mathieson Laurel Matiyow Patricia Matter 266 Robert Maty. Carl Maurer Beverly May Suzanne Mayer Daniel Mayka Grant McAm Craig McClain Carol McClean John McClellan Elvin McClure William McDaniel Connie McDonald David McGowan Antoinette McKenzie Stuart McLean John McLellan James McManus Connie McVeigh Ruth Meggison Timothy Meixner MaryLee Menzel Chantal Merrill Terry Messmcr Phyllis Metsala Carole Meyers Diane Meyers Dennis Mick Suzanne Miklaszewski Alice Miller Earl Miller Richard Miller Students learn basic techniques of omce machines. Cary Mills Norman Mills 439$ John Miscisin Robert Mogg Daniel Member Shelly Moncrief Diane Monette Rick Monk 267 Term Breaks Are Awaited by Students David Moore Donald Moore Dorothy Moore Eva Morris Kenneth Morse Gail Mott Gloria Mounger Charlotte Muir David Mulder Friday Mulenga James Munger Robert Murawsky Carol Muscott Robert Myers Louis Napoli Marilyn Neblock Priscilla Neely Robert Nelson Andrew Newman Bathsheba Ngandu Rival Niblack David Nichols Charles Nook Christine Nordbye Claudia Noreen Don Norton Dwight Notter Thomas Nowak James Oleniczak Mary Olsen Bruce Olson David Opdenhoff james Opperman Paul Osborn Elsie Osborne Feryal Othman Howla Othman David Otto Lorraine Otto April Owen 268 Susan Om jamcs Pace Robert Padula Ricky Pahl Linda Paquin David Purcell Cary Pardike Penny Parker Janice Parks Faye Pamlari Norm Paton Charles Patterson Joyce Pcckinpaugh Janice Pecott Cheryl Pcltier Bruce Perlongo Bernard Perry Thomas Peterson George PfefTer Alfred Pfeiffer Daniel Phillips Alan Picklo Thomas Pierce John Pietsch Thomas Pilarowski Henry Pletscher Joyce Plunkett Lee Pochert James Poellet Linda Pohl 270 Thomas Polander Johnita Poplawski Carole Possehn Lee Postema Michael Poteet David Potter Steven Potter Larry Powell Susan Powell Renee Princinsky Sharon Quail Carol Quillen Linda Quillen George Quimz Gerald Quinones Randall Raur Daniel Reasor Iris Redinger Morton Reed James Reidsma james Reincke Charles Reinke Roger Reisdorf John Rietz Mary Reus Jack Rice Richard Rice William Richards Roderick Rider Michael Biggie Rodney Rigterink Richard Riisberg James Ritzema William Riveria Marc Robertson Ruth Rolf Michael Romines Gary Rose Robert Rosebrock Terry Rosebush Robert Rosenow Dan Ross 4 SITLWTIFS gag y, Steven Ruthlein Susan Roudebush Ruth Howell Jill Royer George Rozsa Jack Russell Christa Rust Norbert Saindon Craig Salmon Johanna Salvati Stefan Sarenius Cathy Sassin James Savickas Corwin Schaaf Don Schaafsma Nancy Schenk Sheila Scherrer Linda Schmitt Edward Schneider Kenneth Schram John Schuch Barbara Schutter Helena Schwalm Raymond Seay Bryan Senholtz Cynthia Sexton Louise Sexton Dan Sharp Stephen Sharp Patrick Sharpe Pamela Shay William Shier Robert Shilander 271 Years on Campus Prove Important VViHiam Shovan Judith Shull Roderick Shumakcr Ronald Shurtcr Cynthia Silkworth Janice Simmons Eltihios Siradakis David Siriuni Rolaync Sloat Cynthia Smith Ronald Smith Vance Smith Kent Snow Paul Snyder Kenneth Soles Alice Sovern Katherine Sowders Philip Spangenherg Sylvia Spigncr Jeri Spitzer David Spratkc Michael Stark Diane St. Claire Dawn Stephens James Steward Marcia Stockwell Ralph Stoddard FSC bookstore welcomes the students back for another term. Ca ry Stoner Ch cryl Stoor Linda Story Glenn Strom 7 , rm? Fatima Strongbey James Suminski William Sunday Kristine Sundquist Bruce Swanson Jerry Swindle Ronald Tabaczka Karen Talerico Kenneth Tankersley Susan Tate Frederick Taylor john Taylor Mary Teenier Wayne Terpening David Terpsma Jackie Terrell Patricia Teter David Thoma Jan Thomas Jerry Thomas Lynn Thompson Patrick Thompson Ramona Thompson Jerry Thornbury Mary Thornton Phyllis Thom. en Robert Tibaldi Thomas Tomasi Christina Tomshack Sharon T Niemi Patricia Travers Robert Trudeau Linda Tschirhart John Ujlaky Ronald Urquhart Charles V anderwoud Carl Vanderzanden James Van Dyke Kenneth Van Houten Miles Van Orman Mark Van Patten Michael Van Setters Jonna Vaughn Robert Viau 273 K m! X5 xwm a M a Timothy Vincent Lonnie Vis Rosemary Wakulat Warren Walcott Loren Walda Sandra Walda Helen Walker Patricia Walker James Waller A busy college life often does not leave time for keeping a room straightened. Donna Walters Rex Waltman Eileen Ward Robert Watkins William Watt Alan Wazny Karla Weckwert Edward Wedge Robert Weed Robert Weingartz Arthur Wessner Ronald West Linda Westbrook Dennis Waymouth Charles Wheeler Larry Whitesell David Whitmer Dennis Whitney Jack Wicke Mary Wicklund Robert Widner Katherine Wierzbicki Wanda Wierzbicki Karl Wikman 274 Christine Williams Stephanie Williams Floyd Willis Ellis Wilson Thaddeus Wilson Jack Wing Laurie Wink Mary Winslow Penny Wirgau Jon Wise Joyce Wiser Terry Wisner Sandra Wohlferd Verona Wojtkowiak Dennis Wolbert Deborah Wolfe David Wondruff Robert Woodwyk Are Vari ed Jw Richard Wree John Yardley Wallace Yerty Diane Young James Young Lignon Young Various organizations sponsor dances throughout the yean Patricia Youngblood Walter Zaggy Marlene Zatarga John Zawacki Marvin Zawideh Ronald Zettel Karl Zirkler Michael Zorn Roland Zuhl 275 276 Graduates Ferris Graduates Named to Whots Who Douglas Brower Teacher Education Jenison A Thomas Dangel Commerce Big Rapids Mary Flanigan Teacher Education Big Rapids Robert Canger Commerce Casstown, Ohio L Donna Fortune Pharmacy Canton, Ohio John Hermanson Commerce Muskegon 3: Charles Corrigan Teacher Education Newaygo Michael Ehinger Commerce West Branch 278 Joseph Cote Commerce Muskegon Hts. A Michael Farnsworth Technical and Applied arts Big Rapids Taken into consideration when selecting students for ttths Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" are the following factors: scholarship, exemplary Citizenship, participation and leadership in extra curricular activities, Character, and prob- able success in life after graduation which would reHect credit upon the students, Alma Mater. Only seniors who receive a baccalau- reate degree upon graduation are eligible for selections. Thirty-six Ferris State College seniors were selected form the Schools of Pharmacy, Com- merce, Technical and Applied Arts, and the Department of Education to be recognized in ttWhOts Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges? Richard Hult Pharmacy Clarendon Hills, Illinois Steven Levenburg Commerce Grand Rapids David Morrison Commerce Grand Rapids Richard Roller Commerce Big Rapids Dale Timmer Commerce Muskegon Ronald Toroni Teacher Education Pontiac 279 NOT PICTURED: Commerce: Hugh Broersma Grand Haven Steven Bullington Plymouth Melvin Deephouse Fremont Andrew Johnson Big Rapids David Miller Sheridan Richard Monsma Grand Rapids James Robbins Muskegon Bruce Roth Elkton Kingsley Keiber Commerce Big Rapids Ervin Moore Technical and Applied Arts Six Lakes Patrick O D0nnell Commerce Saginaw Laura Shinavier Pharmacy Wayne Robert Schmidt Midland Carolyn Thiele Colon Pharmacy: Mary Matthews Big Rapids David Pipe Grand Rapids Teacher Education: Milo Earls Vassar Loretta Hansen Stan wood Frederick Jaeger Big Rapids Alfred McMullen Valley Stream, New York Commerce Robert Anderson Elizabeth Baetckc Donald Bailey Marvin Barhorst Kenneth Bauer Dianne Baumann Phyllis Bell Barbara Bengry Sherry Bernath Gary Berner Earl Bird Eugene Bizek Dennis Bobb Michael Bodary Lawrence Boosel Linda Avis and Tony Pardee End Friday afternoon Orville Borchers Richard Bosco Verna Boyle John Bull Victor Burwell Dennis Calus Robert Cameron Daniel Cassler Jennifer Candle Roy Cavan 280 Grad Richard Cervi Jean Ceseski James Clark Lois Clark Martha Cline Arden Cnossen John Combs Beth Cook Dawn Cook Joseph Cote Robert Crewson Marc Cutter Robert Duck Steven Dangel Thamas Dangel reat time to Hrock out" in the Student Center. Loyd Davis Diane Dawson Clifford DeFore Nancy De Forest M. L De Francesco Ronald Denslow James Desjarlais 281 School of Commerce G 282 Raymond Dickerson Glenn Dirkse Judy Drury Lorraine Duchene Bruce Edington Michael Ehinger Joseph Ely Lynne Erickson Marlene Erxleben Thomas Evans Nancy Fenton Sharon Fetters Howard Fink John Fisher Brian Fitzgerald Freddie Flathau Michael Foley Dale Folkert Judy Fongers Anne Fosler George Foster Richard Calsterer Robert Canger Robert Centner James Gillette Christine Gran Anita Green Richard Curniak Richar Haass John Haggard Charles Halbeisen Kenneth Hall Edward Hanaford Richard Harding Mark Hart John Hermanson Irene Herremans Carolyn Hill Thomas Holbrook Glenn Holevac Karen H012 Betsey Howard 283 The ride board offers students transporta- tion home School Of Commerce Grads Allan Hubbard Carl Hulst Joan Hurford Larry Ihlenfeldt One of the highlights of the Homecoming is the greased pole climb, demonstrated by Jim Lipkowitz, Fred Jex Lynette Jirikovic Dale Johnson Linda Johnson Michael johnson Richard Johnston Nancy Karczynski Donald Kasik Kingsley Keiber Gail Kelly 284 Commerce Graduates George Kent James Kessel John Kiblinger Hugh King Brent Knight Martha Kosovuc Patricia Kuipcr Nancy Kulhanek Joanne Lcntine Timothy LCPage Bruce Leppicn Donna Laizurc Steven Levenburg Richard Lietz Donald Lightfoot Martin Lihan Sheryl Lindenberg Linda Litschewski jay Love Barbara Lowry Richard Loznak Linda Luesing jeanettc Mackavich Connie Malette John Malette Cheryl Maloney Suzanne Mason Theodore Mauscth Deanne McCarty Linda McIntyre Kathleen McKinney William Merrill jonathan Merriman Thomas Merschel Harold Merz James Meyer Gerald Millar Guy Miller Terry Minnear Gregory Miskowiec Edward Moeller 286 L Chool Of Commerce Graduates Richard Monsma Patrick Moore David Morrison Joanne Mortensen Cary Mudge Jeannie Nelson Robert Nelson Kristine Newman Dianne Nickel Cary Nickel Patrick OYDonnell Paul Okuniewski Donna Oleston Thomas Olkowski Robert Olsze Tom Prince and Tom Slusher scramble South Campus Day with greased pig during Patricia Patterson Dale Peru Rinda Person Yvonne Peters Maryann Peterson Frank Pike 287 Trying his best not to wipe out," the skateboard. Commerce Graduates Dale Johnson shows skill on Carolyn Plumb Michael Pohlod Gary Pollard Carolyn Post Bernard Putt James Ransford Kenneth Raymond Richard Reed Donald Rider Marilyn Riley Richard Roller Richard Rozycki Katheryn Ruona Ronald Rycus Donald Sakows ki Lynda Sandstedt Kenneth Sanford Richard Schmoyer Commerce Graduates Kathleen Schneider Sherry Schrader Carol Schwenn Dennis Scramblin Melvin Seiter Susan Sharrard Patricia Shoemaker James Skinner Patricia Slack Donna Slodowske Karen Smith Susan Smith Joy Snyder John Sobocienski Robert Soneral Keith Sonntag Studying dilligently amid psychedelic surroundings is Ron Moore. Jerry Spence Gary Steensma Earl Steiner Susan Stetler Charles Stevens School of Commerce Graduates Lorrell Stevens Lee Stone Ginger Sumner Franklin Tally Dennis Teasdale Ciirolyn Thiele Minor Thomas III Barbara Thompson Connie Thompson Dale Timmer Theresa Trahan Dennis Tynan Diane Van Conant Thomas Van Houtte Larry Van Liere 290 Donald Zale Sandra Zaroff James Ziegler Roy Zimmerman Jerome Wachowicz Jay Waldman Cynthia Walker Robert Wallace Robert Walters Blanche Warner Charles Warren Harmond Webb Pamela Weissinger David Whiting Daniel Whitman Carl Wieneke Robert Wierzbicki George Woods Terry Yageman Collapsing on his bed, Chuck Nook is relieved that ifs Friday 291 Commerce Graduates Deanna Ac Moody Richard Bolyard Leon Brink Douglas Brower Roger Carlisle Judith Chesley Charles Corrigan Emerson Davis Gary Doig Norma Douglass Ronald Dugas David Engemann Ronald Fink Mary Flanigan Joseph Casper Janet Cerst 292 John Hall Gerald Hart William Hayes Ann Heafey Raymond Heminger Thomas Hoag Ellyn Hodges David Hoovler Joanne Jeluso Susan Johnson c 001 of Commerce Graduates William Martin and Tom Wurl enjoy the recreational facilities of PickelFs lounge. 293 Lynn Kettring Edwin Krol Stephen Lites Torn Marquis William Mars Alfred McMullen Louis Meeuwenberg Timothy Mikula Richard O,Brien George Paulin Richard Pibal Richard Powell Lula Richardson Ward Robbins John Robertaccio Todd Rose Jo Ann Sciba Gordie Evart enjoys River Commerce Graduates $358 fishing from the banks of the Muskegon Commerce Graduates Charles Smith Douglas Smith James Smith James Snyder Music aids Roy Iceberg in study. Mary Steiner Cynthia Stephens Eugene Stock Louis Tichelaar Ronald Toroni James Trlpp Gerald Vandermolen Loren Van Lente Gustave Vander Veen James Wagner Stuart Wall Roger Werly Nancy Williamson Robert Willison Andrew Zelinko 295 Pharmacy Graduates Judy Fongers practices a cheer before a game. 296 Issam Abi-Ajram Barb Adoree Robert Arfstrom Robert Atkins John Bedwell Edwin Belfy Dale Boukma Russell Callanan Richard Campbell James Davis Richard Dillon Thomas Dodge John Dorland John Drew Susanne Engemann Donna Fortune William Caus Michael Ciera Arthur Custafson Thomas Heim Cary Hubbard Richard Hult David Powers Robert Richardson John Ridgley James Schlipp Louis Shinavier Robert Siwicki Grace Strohl Peter Tomshack Cordon Tuesley Dennis Weaver Carl Wilberg Trudy Williams Frederick Wiseman John Wishart James Young 297 Richard Jack Brian Jacobs Mary Johnson Dennis Kalsow William Kelly Carylee Kensler David Kruse Martin Kugel Glenn Law Robert Leppard David Loudenslager Raymond Lull Donald Lutz Robert Lytle Robert Marr John Melonakos Robert Neznek Eugene Niedzwieck Nicholas OyRourke Gerald Pawlus Trade and Industrial Graduates Taking advantage ofquiet hours in the dorm, is Kathy Treppa. Byron Smith James Vanderzee Bruce Wagner Dean Ware Steven Wyns 298 Douglas Amstutz Larry Behnke Jerry Bernath Janet Blaauw Charles Bowers Irving Cooper Craig Feneley John Gardner Larry Henderson Arnold Krause Larry Kremer Richard Lessway Robert Lyndon Thomas Molenaar Marinus Musselman Douglas Pardee Peter Redman Larry Ryan Stan Santow Robert Schneider General Education Graduates The Sig Ep victory bell rang in the 39th annual Homecoming. 299 Dorothea Epple Sally CraHius Judith Halbeisen Dale Humbert Bruce Jenema Julie Johnson Kathleen Knapp Valerie Krause Jo Ann Le Roux Judith Luke Diana Mocerin Floyd Roach Stefan Sarenius Lynn Schuneman Jo Ann Spangler David Staples Richard Villaire Kenneth Walrad CTD Graduates Luann Allman Carry Barrow George Berry William Bidwell Linda Blanchard Robert Blomquist Richard Brinker Connie Chapin Mary Choponis Margaret Clinton Ronald Ehlert Regina Essenmacher Shirley Fidler Jan Fokens Mary Fortenbacher Harold Fredrickson Philip Carthe Marion Correl Carole Gottschalk Nancy Hall June Hart John Hospodar Dennis Hoxsie Thomas Hurren Hungry students line up for lunch in the Westview cafeteria. 300 301 Arlan Jackson Marsha Johnson Thomas Johnson John Larrance Patricia Luikis Kay Lundberg Eric Lusch Barbara Lutz Karen Mack Linda Mekan Cheryl Morlock Linda Neldberg Cary Nelkie Ellen Norbey Rand Patterson Louann Portincas Joan Priehs Jeanine Proctor Sue Puckett Alana Ropp Karen Schmiege Susan Seiple Kathy Shirely Joann Stuesser Patrick Thompson Sue Van Dokkumburg Jean Wagenaar Dawn Weiss Sdsan Wellfare Marcia Williams Gerald Wing Barbara Wood Dale Yarmuth Jeannette Yunker Michael Zeider Health, Science and Arts Graduates Rita Alter Roberta Arbogast Sandra Bachard Michele Bantle Sandra Barnes Linda Batch Susan Bator Bernard Baumann Judith Bobian Barbara Boesenecker Nancy Brandt Florence Brown Susan Brown Nancy Cartier Janice Cook Sheryl Couture Donna Davidge Christine De Rousie Barbara Drobot Carol Dueweke Cheryl Emling Michael Farnsworth Suzann Feagins Sharon Fetting Students wait in line to make tuition and housing payments 302 Thomas Kirchner Kathryn Klepser Stella Kozminski Kathleen Krater Linda Krugel Marianne Krupansky Martha Lake Elizabeth Lalley u . v. , .v'ia ::a:ri::::: ;::::: :1 :iwawsygw ?:magy x 52,2333: we" an' Gloria Latsch Marilyn Lerash Cheryl Lovewell Melchior Lumetta Judith Lyons Cynthia MacKellar 303 Health, Science and Arts Graduates 304 Pamela Gallup Kristie Camache Pamela Cautz Joyce Goodsite Nancy Criewahn Elizabeth Cuenther Pamela Guy Betty Hawley Marilew Helmers William Henne Keith HerriH Students returning fall quarter were plagued with parking tickets. Cecille Hire Betty Hoar Theresa Hollowell Judy Hooper Mary Howlett Suzanne Jackson Katerina Jagos Donna Juipe Robert Kakoczki Judith Keller Health, L Cience and Arts Graduates Peggx Malinowski Thomas Marcucci Judith Marko Linda MCMullen Gail Merz Karen Meyering Ervin Moore Linda Moore Nancy Nagtzaam Nancy Nicholi Carol Niehaus Donavon Orth Eugene Paez Linda Pelkey Susan Pelloni judy Pennell William Perkins Joan Poole Larry Prior Linda Querback Carole Riggs Dianne Roat James Rokos Linda Savoie Jerry Schmidt $ Vet Dave Morley displays his M-l4. 306 Joy Schwartz Ed ward Sch wikert Loren Sibilla Yvonne Sigourney Joanne Skarbek Janet Sourbier Vicki Spincich Sandra Sroka Phyllis Spitzer Milton Stanton Mary Steinbauer Deanna Stipe Kathy Stoniaburner Laura Stoye Susan Stumpf Lynn Sutherland Jeannine Swank Karen Swanson Judy Sylvester Marilyn Tafel Health, Science and Arts Graduates Larry Thornton Linda Titus Ronald Tloczynski Susan Van Houten Dawn Van Order Carol Vantine Judy Ver Merris Julie Westerby Nancy Willert Barry Wyatt Ferris veteran, Cary Spaalo, demonstrates karate at A Day in Southeast Asia." 307 Donald Yeley Nancy Young Rebecca Zalai Elaine Zamojski Karl Zank 308 Donx' be avEyH'Iole Qekeh" Now you can have freshly laundered and sterilized linens exchanged each week. 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Phone 796-6474 Accounting Club 106 All-College Student Government 108 Alpha Delta Chi 214 Alpha Delta Sigma 215 Alpha Gamma Delta 204 Alpha Phi Alpha 216 Alpha Phi Gamma 243 Alpha Phi Omega 218 Alpha Xi Delta 206 American Pharmaceutical Association 110 Art Guild 107 Associated Women Students 114 B'Nai Israel 112 Brophy 178 Campus Heights 198 Carlisle 180 Clark 179 College Republicans 113 Data Processing Association 119 Delta Sigma Phi 220 Delta Sigma Pi 222 Delta Zeta 208 A Abbott,R1chard 140 Abi Ajram, Issam 130,230,296 Abrahamson, Thomas 121,254 Abrams, John 220 Acmoody, Deanna 179,292 Adams, Craig 124 Adams, Cyril 222,254 Adams, Larry 254 Adamski, Michael 140,229 Addis, Duane 254 Adkin, Karen 254 Adoree, Barbara 208,296 Ages, Gwendolyn 254 Agustine, Robert 242 Ahenburg, Edward 126 Albrecht, William 122 A1buloshi,Momammad 130,230 Allard, Chuck 164,165,167 Allen, Elizabeth 254 Allen, Gladys 109,114 Allen, John 119 Allen, Sherman 254 A11man,Luann 208,300 Almassian, Jacques 108,110,130,224 Alsgaard, Gary 218 Alsgaard, Larry 218 Alter, Rita 134,302 A1tschwager,Douglas 254 Amato, William 228 Ames, Michard 254 Amstutz, Douglas 214,298 Anderson, Donald 117,171 Anderson, Gary 254 Anderson, Glen Jr. 254 Anderson, Robert 280 Anderson, Vicki 254 Andres, Mary 114,204 Anger, Robert 246 Anglin, Tommie 254 Ansley, Keith 254 Apel, Susan 254 Appell, Terry 150 Arbogast, Roberta 116,302 Arbut, Thomas 254 Archer, Lorne 220 Arfstrom, Robert 224,296 Argue, Sharon 254 Armock, Robert 124 Armstrong, David 110 Arnold, James 171 Asplund, Faith 136,227,235 Assemany, Linua 254 Atkins, Robert 230,296 Atkinson, Albert 126 August, Lennox 130,184,254 Aurilia, Ralph 254 Averill, Steven 254 Avery, Norma 254 Avery, Thomas 144,243 Averyhardt, Gregory 254 Avildsen, Howard 254 Avis, Linda 281 Ayila, Florino 130 Ayres, Paul 247 B Babcock, Howard 240 Babcock, Richard 254 Baber, Clarence Jr. 254 Bacarella, James 171 Bachand, Sandra 302 Bachelor, Donna 125,254 Baditoi, Fred 243,254 Baerman, Marianne 118 Eaetcke, Elizabeth 280 Bagby, James 124,254 Bailey, Brent 124 Bailey, Donald 281 Bailey, John 254 Bailey, Marsha 202,208,209 Bailey, Ronald 150,254 Bailey, Shirley 140 Baird, Nancy 116 Baker, Robert 254 Baker, Ronald 234,254 Baker, Thomas 254 Balan, Marsha 204 Baldwin, Emalee 204,227,235 Ball, Gene 136 Banghart, Dennis 248 Bantle, Michele 302 13rganizaH1n11ndex Dental Hygienists Association 116 East Masselink 188 Ferris Dames 118 Ferriscope 144 Future Secretaries Association 125 Gamma Delta 143 Hallisy 184 Helen Ferris 181 Henderson 185 Interfratemity Council 212 Intemational Club 130 Inter-religious Council 131 Johnson 1 86 Kappa Kappa PsiK-Tau Beta Sigma 225 Kappa Psi 224 Lambda ChiAlpha 228 Lambda Kappa Sigma 210 Leadership Club Marketing Club 122 McNerney 190 Merrill 192 Miller 194 Newman Student Federation 128 North Bond 182 Omicron Beta Kappa 219 Panhellenic 202 Phi Delta Chi 230 Phi Eta Sigma 234 Phi Gamma Nu 227 PhiKapsz Theta 232 Phi Sigma Kappa 236 FiKappa Alpha 238 Pi Omega Pi 235 Pickell 195 Puterbaugh 187 Resident Hall Association 176 Sanatarians Club 126 Sigma Alpha Mu 240 Sigma Phi Epsilon 244 Studentlndex Baran, Allen 254 Baran, Paul 254 Baranec, Jacaueline 118 Baranec, Stephen 242 Baranek, Timothy 255 Barber, Timothy 196 Barhorst, Marvin 280 Barker, Dean 113,255 Barker,Pau1 222,223,255 Barling, Susan 99,255 Barnard, Lois Ann 255 Barnes, Kathleen 30,116,176,179,204 Barnes, Sandra 302 Barney, Michael 250 Barrett, Lane 236 Barrie, Bruce 120 Barron, Thomas 244 Barrow, Garry 300 Bartkowiak, Harold 164 Hartley, Michael 244 Bartnick, Roger 220 Bartel, Thomas 236,237 Barton, Louise 210 Basner, Mary 255 Batch, Linda 116,302 Bates, Donald 255 Bator, Stanley 138 Bator, Susan 302 Battle, John 255 Bauer, Joan 206 Bauer, Kenneth 122,215,280 Bauer, Roger 170,228 Bauman, David 255 Bauman, Joseph 255 Eaumann, Bernard 126,302 Baumann, Dianne 280 Baumstark, Linda 255 Beahan, Alice 116 Beamer, Alan 150,255 Beck, Erika 206 Back, Timothy 150 Becker, Fred 132 Becker, Paula 116,255 Eeuford, David 255,296 Beers, Nancy Jo 204 Behnke, Larry 234 Behnke, William 298 Belanger, Gerald 120 Belfy, Edwin 296 Bell, Phyllis 280 Bellerbaum,Emi1 255 Beller, Susan 255 Bellfy, Jeffrey 228 Eellgraph, Robert 150 Bellinger, James 242 Bellville, Vicki 255 Belt, Michael 255 Bemisl'er, Gregory 228 Benedict, Jerry 169 Eengry, Barbara 125,280 Bennett, Craig 226 Bennett, David 192 Bennett, Jo Ann 255 Bennett, Robert 255 Beougher, Kenneth 255 Batch, Margaret 255 Bergamier, Nina 89 Barge, Joseph 255 Berger, Alicia 124 Berger, Gary 132 Berger, Steve 161 Berger, William 137 Bergevin, Dennis 220 Berlin, Peter 110,212,219,224 Bernath, Jerry 161,214,298 Bernath, Sherry 280 Berndt, Randy 255 Berndt, Robert 236 Berner, Gary 106,280 Bernhardt, Dale 250 Berquist, Philip 113,176,194 Berry, David 122 Berry, George 300 Best, Sarah 210 Best, Terry 57 Bettys, David 113 Beukema, John 245 Beyer,Da1-lene 255 Bidwe11,Willian-1 300 Biechler, Barbara 204,255 Biggs, Virgil 106,117 Bigler, Leonard 124 Binko, Marlene 255 Bird, David 222 Bird, Douglas 245,255 Bird, Earl 280 Birmingham, Ronnie 171 ,246 320 Birnie, Gordon 127 Bishop, James 244 Bishop, Nancy 118 Bittner, John 220 Bixler, James 122,222,255 Bizek, Eugene 280 Blaauw, Janet 298 Black,Joel 108,220 Blake, Edward 256 Blanchard, Linda 300 Blanding, Michael 113 Blanken, Thomas 256 Blasius, Douglas 256 Blaszczynski, Connie 118 Block, Diane 256 Block, Edward 245 Block, James 137 Blood, A1 169 Bloomquist, John 229,300 Blough, Donald 121 Bobb, Dennis 26,150,199,280 Bobian, Judith 116,302 Bodary,Michae1 168,170,172,219,229, 280 Eoesenecker, Barbara 116,117,302 Bogard, Dale 119,256 Boggs, Kenneth 256 Eoland,ChEry1 116 Boldt, Kathleen 227 Boldt, William 178 Bolton, Jerry 120 Bolyard, Richard 134,140,292 Bonaventura, Gregory 256 Bondy, Davia' 86,256 Booker, Susan 256 800521, Lawrence 106,280 Booth, Michael 2250 Booth, William 229 Boras, Gloria 256 Bombers, Orville 280 Boris, Lawrence 140 Boros, William 256 Borrell, Richard 161,238 Bunch, Dave 150 Bosch, Donald 214 Sigma Tau Beta 242 Ski Club 124 Society for Advancement of Management 132 South Bond 183 Student Center Board 134 Student Education Association 136 Taggart 191 Tau Kappa Epsilon 246 Theta Alpha Sigma 248 Theta Xi 250 Torch 146 Trade Tech Teachers 137 Travis 196 Vandercook 193 Varsity Club 138 Vets Club 120 Ward 197 Wesley Foundation 142 West Masselink 189 WFRS 14o Who'sWho 278 Bosco, Richard 122,280 Bosse, Wayne 256 Bosset, Ruth 256 Bosworth, Alice 176,185 Boukma, Dale 110,224,296 Bourdon, Donald 24S Bouyer, Corey 121,138,150,161 Bower, John 229 Bower, Lionel 121 Bower, Thomas 228 Bowers, Charles 117,298 Bowler, Thomas 256 Bowling, Larry 220 Bowman, Maurice 137 Boyd, Jan 256 Boyer, Arthur 256 Boyle, Verna 280 Brackmg, Craig 256 8 Bradford, Cinda 114 Bradley, Douglas 256 Bradley, Garry 121 Bradley, Larry 256 Bradshaw, James 124,256 Brandt, Nancy 181,302 Bray, Frederick 120 Breasouis,Danie1 178 Bremer, Duane 238 Brender, John 138,150 Breuker, Laverne 106 Brewer, Dale 256 Brice, Lawrence 256 Bridge, Stephen 132 Brightbill, Steven 228 Brilowski, JoAnn 4256 Erimmell, Ronald 228 Brink, James 247 Brink, Leon 137,292 Brink, Richard 142 Blinker, Richard 113,300 Brinker, William 142 Brisbane, Barbara 124 Broersma, Hugh 122 Brooks, EdWard 256 Brooks, Robert 257 Brookshire, Linda 257 Pi Kappa Alpha hosted Big Rapids, children at a Halloween party. 191W Jesse Maugham goes up for a rebound. Eroome, Terry 218 Brougham, Robert 184,212 Brouwer, Rona1d 257 Brower, Calvin 257 Brewer, Doughlas 137,234,278,292 Brewer, John 169,222,257 Brown, Chester 257 Brown, Deborah 257 Brown,Doug1as 215 Brown, Ebins 257 Brown, Florence 302 Brown, James 257 Brown, Karen 125 Brown, Paula 116 Brown, Rex 230 Brown, Susan 302 Brown, Thomas 236 Brown, William 86 Brownell, Kenneth 132,164 Bryant, George 121 Bucholtz, Bruce 248 Buczko, Paul 250 Bukowski, Patricia 208 Bu11,John 123,238,280 Bu111nger, Leeann 257 Bullis, Diane 124 Buning, Douglas 117,257 Bunting,F1-edric 176,196 Burbank, Woodward 257 Burdo, Karen 123,204,257 Burleson 250 Burns. Allen 248 Bums, Constance 257 Burns, Raymond 178 Burr, Norman 137 Burr, Sue 118 Burrer, William 229 Burw211,Victor 212,244,280 Busch, John 108 Busch, Mike 109,245 Bush, John 236,257 Butcher, Kim 257 Butcko, James 257 Butki, Alan 250,257 Butler, Bonnie 226 Butler,1.arry 242 Button, Larry 137,212 Butzow, Greg 250 Byron, Roger 110,224 C Cabb1e, Donald 120 Cadwe11,Bennie 150 Cady, Steven 21s Cagle, Richard 247 Cain, Michael 137 Cain,Robert 164 Ca1lanan,Russe11 296 Ca1nan,Pad1-aig 247 Ca1us, Dennis 280 Cameron,Danie1 257 Cameron, Robert 119,124,280 Camfield,Robe1-t 132 Campbe11,Bruce 110,113.176,189 Campbell, Danny 119,121 Campbell, Jon 257 Campbell, Marlene 25 Campbe11,Richa1-d 2247, 225, 296 Canavan, David 245 Caniff, Sally 94,257 Canifield,Robe1-t 236 Capron,Terry 132 Cardenas, Francisco 150,257 Carey, Kathleen 128,129,131 Car1isle, Roger 292 Car1son, Mary 209 Carlson,William 250 Carman,G1-ant 127 Carney, John 257 Carr,Woodrow 231 Carter, Tom 138,150,153 Cartier,NanCy 302 Carth111,Thomas 231 Carver,5y1vester 150 Casselmon,Gai1 107 Cassler, Danie1 123,280 Caude,1ennifer 280 Cavan, Roy 132,250,280 Centner, Robert 257 Carvi, Richard 132,281 Ceseski, Jean 281 Chadwick, Herbert 257 Chaklos, John 229 Chamberlain, th1115 227 Chapin,Connie 300 Chase, Claudia 116 Chassar,M3r51yn 128 Cherry, Barbara 257 Chemp,1Villiam 248 Chesley, Judith 235,292 Chesley, Richard 257 Chew, Mary 257 C11inonis,John 231 Chlystek, John 123 Chopcmis, Mary 300 Christensen, David 257 Christian, Dennis 218,257 Christian, Linda 204,205 Church111,Diane 257 Cios,Char1es 250 Claar, David 130,257 C12pp,$usan 257 C1ark,Jack.ie 143 Clark, James 222,281 C1ark, Lois 125,281 Clark, Robin 120,257 Clark, Roger 120,257 Clark, Fat 118 C13vier,Car01 118 Clawson, Joyce 257 Clay, Larry 257 Clay,N3ncy 23 C1ements, Gary 257 C1eveland, Chappies 248 C1eveland,John 113,220 C11ne,Martha 281 Clinton, Margaret 300 Clowtis, Vance 240 Cnossen,A1-den 123,281 Cobb,Michae1 150,257 Cobum, Laura 208 Cogswe11,William 132 Coleman,Dav1d 228 Coley, Randall 257 Collier, Christine 257 Collier,Th0mas 258 Collins, James 123 Collins,Kimber1y 258 Collom, Earl 113,134,258 Combs, John 132,281 Comensoli, James 258 Compson, Douglas 258 Conner,Amy 209,258 Connolly,Arthu1- 258 Conway, Robert 61 Cook, Bruce 171 Cook, Celia 258 Cook,Char1es 138,156,168 Cook, Dawn 281 Cook, Debra 258 Cook, Elizabeth 281 Cook, Janice 302 Cook, John 121 321 Cook, Robert 108 Cook, Thomas 258 Cooke, Jay 229 Coombs, James 120 Coon, Donald 258 Cooper,1w1ng 298 Cooper, Michael 240 Cooper, Ronald 170 Copeland, Patricia 258 Copeland,Richard 156 Corbin, Gregory 258 Corbin,Joe1 258 Corrigan,Char1es 137,278,292 Corrigan, Rennie 118 Corsagt, Dale 258 Cosgrove,8111 113 Cossar, Bruce 228 Cote, Gloria 118 Cote,'v1ichael 106,224,278 2,81 Coulson,B1-i:m 258 Coulter,y Kenneth 258 Conner, Clifford 121 Couture,Shery1 116,302 Cowan, Howard 150 Cox,B1-ian 222 Cox, Jacqueline 118 Cox, William 220 Craig, Bonnie 258 Cram, Thomas 122,222 Cramer, Richard 137 Crandal1,$tephen 243 Cranney, Duane 228 Crawford,I1-is 258 Crawford, Patrick 258 Credo, David 230 Crewson, Robert 215,281 Croasde11,Wayne 120,138 Crook, Thomas 231 Cross,Thomas 156 Crowe, John 258 Crowley, Edward 247 Crubaugh,John 292 Cu11ns1d,Linda 125 Cunningham,A11an 236 Cunningham, Patrick 258 Curtis, Robert 258 Cushman, Jack 150 Cuthbextson, Susan 23 Cutter, Marc 123,140,281 D Dack,Robe1t 281 Dadan, Richard 161 Dagen, Diane 258 Dailey, Nancy 23,108,109,204,258 Dallas, James 236 Daly,Che1-y1 208 Dalze11,1.auren 118 Damico, Leonard 212,236 ,258 Damour, John 127,236 Dangel, Steven 176,182,281 Dange1, Susan 258 Dangel, Thomas 278,281 Danie1,Eva 258 Daniel, Stephen 258 Dascola, Anthony 258 Davenport, Warner 258 Davidge, Donna 302 Davis, Bud 136 Davis, Debbie 209 Davis, Dennis 258 Davis, Emerson 292 Davis, James 113,296 Davis, Larry 259 Davis, Linda 259 Davis, Loyd 215,281 Davis,Randal1 172 Dawson, Diane 281 Dean, Sue 114 Decker, Pamela 114,179,226 Decourcy,Willia1-n 259 Defore,Mar11yn 119,132,215,281 DeForest, Nancy 281 DeFrancesco, M. J. 132,281 DeGraaf, Ross 110,230 DeHaan, Dale 123 Dejohn, Diane 204 Dejonghe, Delores 84 Dekker, Gary 259 Delaerb, Dick 238 Delaere, Janet 117 Delannay, Dennis 226 Delgiudice, Gaetano 138 Delong, Dona1d 106 Demenitt, Ronald 108,136,236,259 DenBraber, James 229 Denn, Sammy 108,140,259 Denny,Pat1-icia 206 Denslow, Rex 119 Denslow, Ronald 281 Densmore, Sharon 127,204 Demn, Jim 161 Derousie, Christine 116,302 Deschaine, Samuel 119 Deschbmi, Wayne 218 Desenberg, James 259 Desenfanis, Thomas 259 Desjarlais, James 132,281 Desjarlais, Sharon 118 Deur, Lonnie 92,259 Deveny,Ju113 259 Dickerson, Raymond 236,282 Dickson, Dorothy 259 Dieck, Phillip 259 Dieck, Sally 259 Dillon, Richard 296 Dillion, Susan 259 Dinstbier,Fau1 161 DiFietro, Robert 186,259 Dippon,Judid1 206 Dirkse, David 121 1,23 Dirkse, Glenn 244,282 Dirkse, Roger 168 Dishaw, Patrick 230 D1xon,Robert 259 Dobberstein, Michael 259 Dobberstein, Steven 259 Dobosz,Pau1 143,259 Dochod, John 259 Dodge, Thomas 296 Due , Jacqueline 116 Doherty,'1'erry 97 Doig, Gary 176,183,292 Domitrovich, Carl 128 Donahue, William 93 Donaldson, Ann 259 Dorland, John 110,296 Dory, Michael 259 Douglass, Norma 136,292 Dove, Howard 259 Dow, Bruce 248 Downs, Walter 259 Draeger, Clinton 138 Drew, John 296 Drewett, Patricia 117 Drexler, Barbara 259 Drobot, Barbara 176,193,302 Drozan, Lawrence 132,171 Drury, Jane 259 Drury, Judy 26,282 Dubay, Eugene 238 Duchene, Lorraine 122,282 Dueweke, Carol 302 Duffy, Joseph 246 Dugas, Ronald 117,138,150,161,292 Dunn, james 230,259 Dunneback, Renae 259 Duprey, Honey 118 Dupuis, Warren 119 Dussel, Audrey 114 Dutilly, Robert 128 Dutkiewicz,Pat1-ick 150 Duva11,Douglas 259 Dwyer,Michae1 220 Dwyer,Patricia 176,191 Dyda, William 248,259 Dykema, Dale 259 Dykema, Linda 259 Dysan, Daniel 122,228 E Earls, M110 236 Easter, Larry 156,157 Echo1s,Maw1n 259 Ecker1y, Michael 247 Eddy, Thomas 250,251 Edginton, Bruce 138,161 Edginton, Jackie 118 Edginton, Robert 259,282 Edleman,1111 259 Edmonds, Beverley 97 Edmunds, Donald 127 Edwards, Brian 113 Egan, David 113, 259 Eggertsen, John 142,259 Ehinger, Michael 92, 245, 278,282 Ehinger, Richard 176,196 Ehlert, Ronald 300 Ehrlich, Charles 259 E11121, Nancy 259 E11215, Alvin 259 E1gersma,Gordon 132 Eller, Calvin 259 E1y,Joseph 282 Ely, Proctor 138 Ely, Renee 260 Emelander, Robert 260 Emery,1ulie 204 Emling, Cheryl 302 Engel,Fau1 215 Engemann, David 292 Engemam, Susanne 296 Engle, Fred 188,260 English, Margo 131,142 Epp1e, Dorothea 128,299 Erickson, Lynne 125,282 Erigsson, Ne11 245 Erler, Beulah 260 Erlewine, Phillip 86 Erxleben, Marlene 282 Esposito, Domanick 260 Essenmacher, Duane 260 Essenmacher, Regina 117,300 Btes,Rand01ph 110,224 Estes, Troy 137 Evans, Charlene 185 Evans, Linda 89 Evans,Michae1 260 Evans,'1'homas 282 Evaxts, Gordon 132,294 Everett, Timothy 121 Evinger, Richard 248 Ezyk, Christine 260 F Faden,1ra 37,112,240 Fagala, Bruce 113 Fairbanks, Robert 260 Fairchild, Ranona 260 Falconer, Gregory 124 Faremouth, Charles 170,228 Farnham,Kath1een 23 Famsworth, Michael 126,234,278,302 Feagins, Suzann 302 Feeney, Edmund 137 Fekete, W111iam 127 Feneley, Craig 298 Fenton, Ann 260 Fenton, Nancy 282 Ferency, Stephen 113,260 Ferguson, Jackie 205 Fenies,Barba1-a 266 Fenhee, David 108,109,229 Ferstle, Thomas 220 Fetters, Sharon 119,282 Fetting,Sha1-on 302 Fiddler, Shirley 134,208,300 Field, Kathleen 260 Field, Nondis 205 Files, Richard 11 224 Fillingham, Barbara 124 F1nk,Howa1-d 112,240,282 Fink, Ronald 292 Finni, Karl 113 Fischer, Gary 124 Fisher, David 121,176,192 Fisher, John 132,282 Fisher, Theresa 260 Fitlgerald, Brian 282 Flanigan, Mary 136,227,23S,278,292 Fluthau, Freddie 247,283 Flesher, Diane 97,260 Fletc11er,Donna 260 F11nn,TimoLhy 150 Florey. Daniel 260 110113, Ricky 150 F10umoy,Marguerite 107 F1ynn.Fr:1nk 260 F1ym1.Rich3rd 260 Fokens, Jan 120,300 Foley, Daniel 245 Foley,Michae1 215,283 Folkert, Dale 190,283 Fongers,111dy 97,283,296 Fontana, Linda 204 Ford,Kei1h 260 Fortenbacher, Mary 300 Fortune, Donna 210,278,296 Fosler, Anne 114,122,204,283 Foster, George 283 Foster, Meredith 260 Foster, Parcy 117 Foster, Robert 124 Foster, Thomas 123 Fotinopoulos, D. A. 130 Fountain,173y 121 Fowler,M:1ry 260 Fowley,Chcry1 206 Fox, Jack 137 thm, Janene 206 Frain, Nancy 124 Frambes.Kennet11 121 Frank, Dale 260 Frank, Nathan 121 Frederick, Michael 260 Fredrickson, Harold 121,300 Freestone, Susan 260 Frei, Mark 248 French, Robert 142 Friedman, Larry 240 Friestrom, Cary 196 Fritsch, D1111 182,242 Frjad, Christine 124 Frovmfelter, Van 260 Fryer, Donald 113,134,260 Fuller, Jerry 164,247 Fuller, Linda 260 C Cable, Karen 128 Cage, Conrndine 260 Cage, David 107,238 Galard1,Thomas 246 Galazen, Daryl 24 Galdeen, Robert 261 03161101152 Larry 261 GaHagher, Kathryn 209 Gall:gher,VVillir1m 113,218 Gallup, Pamnln 206,304 Galsterer, Richard 283 Gamache, Kristie 304 Gan1ble,1effery 127,261 Gamble,Patricia 122 Ganger, Robert 245,283 Gannage,Robert 195,278 Gardiner, George 261 Gardiner,Michae1 261 Gardner, john 298 Gardner,R1chard 261 Garland, CamiNa 143,261 Garrison, Louis 111 261 Garrison, Ohver 88 Gnrthe,Philip 300 Casper, Joseph 235,292 Cau1,J3mes 144,243,245 Gaus, Lee 246 GauS,VVilliBm 224,296 Caut, Marilyn 210 Gautz, Pamela 304 Gawne, Douglas 247 Cayman, Dudley 261 632311, Antidinette 140 Gebben, Robin 125,261 Geismar,1.:mce 220 Celter, Mel 248 Center, William 113 Centncr, Robert 106,283 George, David 261 Gcrbig, Marvin 218 German, Frank 261 Gerring, Janice 261 Gerst, Janet 97,136,142,292 Giancotti,Micl1ael 261 Gibbs, Candace 261 Gibson, Laura 116 Ciera, Michael 296 Gies, Diane 261 Gilbert,Donn:1 261 Gilby,Raymond 261 6116111151, Lynda 187 Gildner,Car1 261 Giles, Caroline 97,261 Cilg,Roger 231 Gilkey, Charles 261 Gillette, james 215,236,283 Gillison, Carolyn 261 Gillissee, Dick 247 Gilmore, Freeman 121 Gladchun, Marshall 228 Glass, Harold 132 Glatz, Robert 121 Gluch, Robert 231 Glupker, Robert 110 Golden,Robe1-t 242 Goldstein, Gary 246 Goodin, Lewis 247 Goodrich, Lee 261 Goodsite, Joyce 304 Goodwill, William 234,236 Goodwin, Lon 245 Gordon, Betty 261 Gordon, Bryan 261 Core, Dennis 119 Gorkiewicz, Roger 132 Gorre11,Marion 300 Gorski,Robe1-t 110,224 Gonon, Linda 107 Cottschalk, Carole 300 Coulet, Paul 176.178 Grabowski,Pl1illip 261 Grabsky, Richard 242 Craffius, Sally 299 Graham, Jeffrey 261 Gran, Christinc 122202204283 Grant,133rb11m 261 Graves, Mary 118 vaes,R1ck 238 Gray, Michael 138,156,157,158 Gray, Sharon 261 Crayson, Pamela 116.261 Green, Anita 283 Green, Kenneth 88,138 Green, Terry 220 Greene, David 261 Greene, Sumnne 261 Greeve, Ken 161 Gregg, Robert 250,261 Gregor, Susan 97 Crehl, Dennis 121 Creiner, Susan 262 Gremlwitzke, Harry 126 Crene1l,TexTy 176,190 Gresham. Gerald 120 Crie ilhn, Nancy 304 Griffin, Mary 262 Griffith, Sandra 118 Crigsby,1.orraine 116 Croat. Robert 214 Grose,1effery 124 Crosskopf, William 172 Groves, John 228 Gruits, Peter 140,245 Gruner, Bruce 150 Grunewald, Richard 229 Gmsoski, Theddore 126 Cuenthcr, Elizabeth 206,304 Guikema, Douglas 236,262 Gulvas, Gerald 138 Culvas, Patrick 164 Gunderson, Deborah 262 Cumiak. Richard 132,283 Guske, Kristine 124.262 Custafson, Arthur 230,296 Guy,Pame1:1 304 Gwyn, Lynda 262 11 1-1:1ap:lla,Edwin 218 Huass, Richard 283 113C6,James 19S ane7, Abdul 130 Hagen, Cary 172,229 Hagen,VValter 262 Haggard, John 283 11 111617161114 120 Haitt, Russell 113 Halbeisen, Charles 283 Halbeisen,h1djth 204,243,299 Hale,Kath1een 262 Hale, Linda 117 1111111161111 230 Hall, Kenneth 212,236,283 H2111, Nancy 300 11311, Robert 238 Haller, Fred 121 Hamel, Timothy 231 Ham111,David 222,262 Hammond, Frederick 286 Hsmner, Connie 246 Hanaford,Edwa1-d 222,262,283 Handlin, John 262 Hanan, James 189 Haney, Douglas 262 Hannan,1Nalter 123 Hannewald, Jan 125,262 Hansen, Barbara 210 Hanson, Jeffrey 119 Harami, Kamel 130 Harbracht, Bill 231 Hardacre, Ricky 88,262 Harding, Richard 242,283 Hardy, Ronald 164 Harhauzer,1,ym1da 119 Harke,Ron:11d 150,245 Hsrley,Rex 262 Harness, Charles 132 Harrington, Timothy 113,229 Harris,Benjz1m1n 262 Harris, Edwin Harris, Elizabeth 262 Harris, Wilbum 120 Harrison, Bonnie 179 Harry. Sally 262 Harshe11, James 171 Hart, Gem1d 293 Hart, John 293 Hart, June 300 Han,Ma1-k 109,222,283 H3rt,Willia1-njr. 250 Hartman, Jack 246 Hartwig, Gary 123 Hartzfeld, Mark 229 Harvey,Patrick 113 Harvey,Richard 140 Ham, James 247 Hatch, Michall 246 Haveman, Glenn 262 Hanan, Robert 113,142,176 Hawk,R1chard 120,123 Hawkins, Joseph 110,117,230,262 Hawkins, Robert 113 Hawley, Betty 304 Hawn, Karen 101 Hayes, William 156,157,293 Playtex, Judy 262 Hazen, James 262 Heafey,Ann 204,293 Hechlik, Walter 245 Haffemn, Betty 262 Hegeman,Bever1y 262 Heglin,Ann 262 Heidmsn, Douglas 113,262 Heim, Donna 211 Heim,Thomas 224,296 Heine,Cha1-10tte 262 Heintz, Tend 97 Heinzen, James 262 322 Corey Heiss, John 262 Held, Richard 246 Helmets.Ma1-ilew 304 Heminger, Raymond 124,293 Hemker, Marcia 109,147,208,227,262 Hempel, Lawrence 143 Henderson, Jim 244 Henderson,h1dy 262 Henderson,1.:1rry 214,298 chk, Carolyn 122,204 Henna, William 126,304 Henry, Jack 244 Henry,Ted 262 Herbert,D-avid 236 Herman,Thomas 262 Hermansen, Cynthia 114,262 Hermanson, John 132,278,283 Herndon,S:111ye 143,262 Harremans, Irene 227,283 Herrendcen, Hazel 262 Herriff, Keith 304 Herringshaw,Cl1eryl 116 Hershberger, Gordon 123 Hemog,1,eo 263 Hessler, Terry 220,263 Hicks, Jonathan 220 Hicks, Richard 150 Higgins, Bryon 110,224 1411116111, Cary 132 Hilborn, Susan 203 Hildreth, David 124,145,150,243,263 H111, Carolyn 227,283 H111, Marie 176,181 H111, Patricia 263 Hilton, Michael 171 Hilyard, Michael 88 Hines, Dennis 243,245,263 Hinkley, John 214 Hippensteel, Dale 150 Hire, Cecille 304 Hirsch, Margaret 263 Hnizd:1,Ronald 119,220 Hoag, Roger 263 Hoag, Thomas 293 Hoar, Betty 304 Hobson,M:1urice 263 Hedda Gail 116 Hodges, Ellyn 293 Hodges, Joyce 263 Hodges, Robert 224 Hoebeke,Jol1n 263 Hoekwater, Gene 263 Hoffman, Ruth 263 Hogzum Yuvonne 263 Hoganson,'1homas 263 Holben, Robert 236 Holbrook, Thomas 222,283 Holderbaum,1.arry 138,161 Holevac, Glenn 283 Holihan, Susan 263 Holldwell,Teri 116 Hollis,William 160,161 Holluwell,Theresa 304 Holman,Wayne 263 Holmden,Ann 263 Holt, Loretta 263 H612, Betsy 283 HomkanemFrank 137,142 Hook, Janice 128 Hooker, Delores 97 Hooks, Susan 124 Hooper,judy 116,304 Houtman, Donald 263 Hoover, David 93 Hoover, William 183 Hoovler, H. David 293 Hopkins, Kimberly 263 Hoppe,Vicki 116 Bowyer, FSC track star, completes another successful relay, Horak, Dale 142 Home,A1 140 Hon: Betty 116 Horshok, John 117 Horton, Edward 230 Horton, Kristin 118 Horton, Roger 146 Hospodar, john 300 Howe, Douglas 263 Howlert,Ma1-y 304 Hoxsie, Dennis 89,300 HrabeC,Beve1-1y 23,233 Hubbard, Allan 108,176,177,284 Hubbard, Cary 296 Hudechek, Mary 125,263 Hudson, Michael 263 Hudson,Sha1-on 238 Huffman, Mary 263 Huiskens, Cary 110,224 Hula, Stephen 246 Hull,Sand1-n 263 Hulst,Car1 284 Hult, Richard 81,231,279,296 Humbert, Dale 113,124,299 Hunt, Sheila 263 Hunter, John 238 Hunter, Joseph 122 Huntley,Craig 263 Hum, Douglas 120,263 Hurd1e,Charles 164 H11rford,Joan 119,227,284 Hurren, Thomas 300 Hurst,Thomas 263 Husby, Gregory 222 Huston,Roger 214 Hutchings, Paul 263 Hutson,Cha1-1esjr. 164 Hyde, Doris 263 Hyde, Wayne 137 1ceber,Roy 172,295 Ihlenfeldt, Larry 284 Her, Dennis 263 Illig, Lynette 264 Illner, Karrie 254 Ingles, Gilbert 264 Irvine, Janet 204 Isom, Tony 176,183 Iwaugwuc,A1phonsus 130 J Jabrocld, Mary 202,210 Jack,Richa1-d 297 Jackson, Arlan 301 Jackson, Danny 220 Jackson, Suzanne 304 Jacobs, Brian 110,231,297 Jacobs, Mykle 236 Jacobson, Edward 140 Jacques,Jacque11ne 264 Jacques, joseph 119 Jagos, Katerina 116,304 Jalacki,Michae1 238 James,Ky1e 247 Jamrdz, janice 128 Jannausch, James 264 Jansen,Jol1n 132 Janus, Di Anne 108,114,227 Jarmer, William 228 Jasak, Chester 119 Jasinski, Sandra 223 Jawali, Mohammed 127,130 Jean, Deborah 97,264 Jeffery, Christine 209 Jeffery, Thomas 218 Jeluso, Joanne 293 Jenema, Bruce 299 Jenkins, Mark 264 Jensen, Gary 264 Jensen, Karen 122 ,134,204 Jerome, Carla 264 Jewell, Judith 227 Jex, Fred 284 Jirikovic, Lynette 17,6,177,243,284 Johnson, Becky 145,243,264 Johnson, Carl 132 Johnson, Dale 132,284,288 Johnson, David 110,224,245 Johnson, Elizabeth 176,191,264 Johnson, Jim 237 Johnson, John 120 Johnson, Julie 229 Johnson, Linda 284 Johnson, Malsha 112,131,301 Johnson, Mary 210,297 Johnson, Melvin 113 Johnson, Michael 122,172,224,229,284 Johnson, Morris Jr. 113,195,264 Johnson, Patricia 176,187 Johnson, Robert 124 Johnson, Ronald 264 Johnson, Susan 136,293 Johnson, Thomas 301 Johnson, Wilham 176,178,216,217,264 Johxmon, Richard 284 Jokel,Cha1-1es 147 Jones,Dar1ene 264 Jones, Gregory 264 Jones,1effrey 140,264 Jones, Marianne 235 Jones, Nate 170 Jones, Pamela 264 Jones, Roberta 116 Jones, Sally 193 Joppie, Richard 246 Joy, Glenn 250 Joyce,Sh31-on 124 Judd, Michael 119 Juipe, Donna 304 Jump, James 122 K Kachinski, Dennis 218 Kadlec, Gary 244 Kadzban, Phillip 264 Kailing, Mary 264 Kakoczki, Robert 304 Kalcher, Marlene 191 Kalding,William 143 Kalsow, Carrol 118 Kalsow, Dennis 110,226,297 Kanpman, Gary 170,172 Kangas, Eugene 117,138,168,171,231 Kann, Donna 125 Kapenga, Randall 140 Karczynski, Nancy 284 Karlin, Jerome 192 Kasik, Donald 222,284 Kanubowski, James 264 Katzenberger, John 161,247,264 Kart, Thomas 220 Kaufman, Paul 264 Kavanagh, John 120,264 Kebler, Glenn 137 Kedrowski, Thomas 132,180 Keener, Kenneth 264 Kees1ar, Frederick 264 Keiber, Kingsley 123,279,284 Keizer,Jer1'y 113,124,264 Keller, Douglas 150 Keller, Judith 176,197,304 Keller, Tom 164,166 Kellogg, Dennis 264 Kelly, Charles 156 Kelly, Clayton 121 Kelly, Gail 128,284 Kelly, Gregory 220 Kelly, Michael 109,171,247 Kelso, William 264,297 Kempf, Sidney 264 Kennedy, Alan 171,264 Kennedy, Raymond 264 Kent, George 12,285 Kensler, Caryla 134,208,297 Kessel, James 285 Ketcham, Mark 264 Ketchman, Jean 226,264 Kettring, Lynne 136227235293 Khowaitar, Ibrahim o Kiacz, Barbara 124 Kiak, John 220 Kibler, Bruce 214 Kiblinger, John 215,285 Kiblinger, Cynthia 118 Kimball, Bruce 164 Kimberlay, Rodney 215 Kindred, Cynthia 187 King, Cynthia 264 King, Hugh 123,285 King, Nancy 264 King, Robert 123 Kinney, Jeffrey 265 Kiomento, James 247 Kirchenbaum, Ben 171 Kirchner, Thomas 303 Kirk, John 226 Kirker, Stewart 140 Kirkler, Karl 176 Kish,Law1-ency 109,246 Kizer, Richard 196 Klein, Chip 244 Klepser, George 108,231 Klepser, Kathryn 114,303 Kley, Milton 108,247 Kline, Jacqualine 206 Klink, Bonnie 143,265 Klooster, Gregg 265 Knapp, Kathleen 227,299 Knapp, Patricia 108,208,209 Knapp, Robert 117 Kneeshaw, Richard 265 Knight, Andrew 164,265 Knight, Brent 122,228,285 Knight, Kenneth 265 Knoll, Mary 143,265 Knudsen, Jayne 265 Koeman, Alan 265 Koenigbauet, Linda 265 Kohl, Roberc 265 Kolandwski, Kenneth 126 Kolassa, Dan 229 Kolinshi, William 106 Kolodsick, Richard 236 Konkle, Susan 206 Koonce, Michael 95,140,141 Koons, Leslie 134 Kopas, Karen 114,206 Kopp, Gerald 194 Kordus, Theodore 265 Kcsovac, Martha 227,285 Kowalczyk, John 128,265 Koza, John 2 8 Kozminski, Stella 303 Kraft, Lynn 172,229,265 Krans, Betty 210 Krater, Kathleen 116,117,303 Krause, Arnold 248,298 Krause, James 121 Krause, Paul 265 Krause, Valerie 299 Krauss, Janice 265 Krawgzynski, Marlene 206 Kreh, Gary 238 Kramer, Howard 110,224 Kramer, Larry 298 Kretschman,Kar1 250 Kreutziger, Paul 196 Krock, Gregory 242 Krol, Edwin 136,293 Krol, Rita 118 Kronenberg, Gary 248 Kmeger, Charles 236 Krueger, Robert IL 143 Krug, Shirley 204 Krugel, Linda 116,303 Krupansky, Marianne 303 Kruse, David 297 Kruse, Jeanette 118 Krzyston, Albert 132 Kucharski, John 247 Kucinsky, Connie 128 Kudlica,Ma1-y 116 Kuge1,Martin 231,297 Kuiper, Patricia 122,179,204,285 Kuipers, Karl 212,250 Kujala,Richa1-d 236 Kuk, Harry 120 Kulcher, Marlene 206 Kulhanek, Nancy 285 Kulibert, James 250 Kunyon, Keven 242,265 Kunze, Lawrence 248 Kuzma, Richard 265 Kwasny, Mary 128,131 L Labelle, Sue 265 Labelle, Terry 265 Ladd, Mark 100 Laeder, Donna 142 Lafler, Leslie 176,186,265 Lage, Dale 137 Lahr, Marlene 118 Laizuge, Donna 122 Lake, Martha 303 Lalley, Elizabeth 116,303 Lamb, Kenneth 216,217 Lambe,Pau1 265 Lammers, David 79,145,243,248 Lancaster, Robert 214,265 Landon, Donald 236 Lane, Andrew 265 Lane, Bruce 137,248 Lange, Kathlyn 227,265 Lankamp,Cer1-it 265 Lansing, Michael 250 Lantz, James 106,164 Lanzon, Donna 187 Lapides, Kenneth 240 Larock, James 234,236 Larrance, John 301 Larsen, Sally 265 Larson, Frances 265 Larson, Michael 228 Larson, Randal 140,141 Larson, William 161 Laskowski, Mary 118 Laskowski, Norbert 224 Latsch, Gloria 116,303 Latvis, David 265 Lau, Dawn 118 Laubach, Gregory 265 Lamar, Joanna 265 Law, Glenn 297 Lawrence, Cathy 116 Lee, Donna Sue 265 Lee, Richard 242 Lee, Suzanne 265 Legault,Chery1 210 Leib, Frank 236 Leinberger, Gary 265 Leiter, Frank 120 Len, Walter 120,215 Lang, Linda 265 Lentine, Joanne 122,204,285 Lentz, Donald 220 Lentz, Robert 265 Leo, Amil 247 Leo, Joann 118 Leone, Elena 128 LePage, K. Timathy 285 Leppard, Robert 297 Leppek, Darlene 124 Leppien, Bruce In 285 Lerash,Mari1yn 208,303 Lerner, Dennis 212,213,240 Leroux, Jo Ann 299 Lessway, Richard 298 Levenburg, Steven 106,279,285 Leverenz, Cathy 122 Levine, Steven 112,222,240 323 Levitte,Jan1es 250 Lewis, Jeffrey 224 Lewis, Robert 266 Lexas, George 266 Libby, Carol 251 Liebau,A113n 266 Liebing, Thomas 176,184 Lierz, Richard 285 Lightioot, Donald 122,170,228,285 Lihan, Martin 106,176,177,285 Lincoln, Loraine 266 Lindberg, Michael 143,266 Lindeman, Melvin 121 Lindenberg,Shery1 285 Link, David 120 Link, Joseph 228 Linsley, Bill 266 Lintemuth, Dennis 266 Lints, Gary 242 Lintz, Victoria 266 Lipar, Dale 126 Lipkowitl, James 238,284 Lites, Stephen 293 Litschewski, Linda 285 Littke,Terry 224 Little, David 266 Little,Gay1e 147,206 Littlemeyer, Larry 229 Livasy, Lyle 127 Lober, Raylene 125,208,243,266 Locklear, Lynwood 230 Lee, Roger 113 Lofquist, Kenneth 183 Loll,Thomas 138,161 London, Larry 266 Long, Gary 238 Longley,Holly 298 Loree, james 266 Lorenz, Paul 266 Lorey, Donald 147 Louckes, Sherrie 23 Loudenslager, David 230,297 Love, Alvin 66 Love, Gregory 266 Love, Jay 130,285 Loveland, Barbara 127 Lovewell,Chery1 116,303 Lowry, Barbara 227,285 Loznak, Richard 246,286 Lucidi, Joseph 236 Lucik, David 126 Ludgin, Vance 124 Ludtke, Douglas 110,224,266 Luduc, Suzanne 117 Luesing, Linda 286 Luikis, Patricia 301 Luke, Judith 299 Lu11,Raymond 110,120,297 Lumetta, kTElchior 303 Lundberg, Kay 301 Lupinacci, John Jr. 266 Lusch, Eric 301 Lutey, James 266 Luther, Jeanne 142 Lutz, Barbara 301 Lutz, Donald 297 Lutz, Edgar 247 Lutz, Les 195 Luxmore, Thomas 238 Lyndon, Robert 298 Lyon, Daine 266 Lyons, Judith 303 Lyte, Clarence 216,217 Lytle, Jean 125 Lytle, Robert 224.297 M Maas, Peter 138,161 Mabarak, Michael 246 MacDonald, David 266 Mack, Karen 301 Mackavich, Jeanette 286 Mackavich, Joseph 250 MacKellar, Cynthia 116,303 MacQueen,Thomas 120 MadayY James 170,228 Madsen, Ronald 121,228 Magreta, Richard 238 Maher,Mjchae1 110 Maher, Patricia 136,204 Manowski, Edward 137 Maidens, Michael 150 Maihofer, Robert 120 Majemik, Roben 120 Mnjor,Ten'y 121 Maki, Bernard 132,250 Malette, Connie 286 Malctte, 101m 123,286 Malinowski, Daniel 266 Malinowski, Peggy 116,305 Malleck, Max 242,266 Mallory,La1-ry 142,266 Malloy, Michael 87 Maloney,Chery1 140,286 Malsom, Carl 212,238 Mangham, Jesse 156,158,159 Manier, Dennis 266 Mann, Donald 220 Manning, Karl 266 Mannino, Edward 220 Marcucci, Thomas 127,212,250,251,302 Mariechuk,1,awrence 117,138,150,266 Markert, Keith 121 Markey,Pau1 109,245 Marks, David 212,230 Marko,Judity 305 Markovich, William 228 Marquis,Tom 168,293 Mart, Robert 110,224,297 Mars, William 235,236,293 Marshall, Dale 266 Martenka,Ron31d 124,266 Martin, Richard 220 Martin, William 37,113,195,293 Marvin,0rin 136,235 Maskill, John 266 Mason, Christine 116,266 Mason, Suzanne 193,286 Massad,Ron21d 266 Mathews, James 231 Mathews, Mary 122,208,209,243,266 Mathieson, James 266 Mattyow, Laurel 266 Matter, Patricia 266 Matthews,David 120 Manhews, Mary 61,145 Matz, Robert 267 Matzen,Richard 120 Maurer,Car1 267 Mauseth, Theodore 286 May, Beverly 119,267 Mayer, Sulanne 267 Mayes, Michael 178 Mayka, Daniel 267 Maynard, Thomas 140 McAm, Grant 267 McCan, Dennis 170 McCarty, Deanne 286 McCarthy, Michael 228 McCarty,Robert 242 McClain, Craig 267 McClean, Carol 267 McClellan, John 267 McClure,Elvin 88,267 McConnell, Richard 171 YV'IcCord,Jac1-: 248 MCCOrmack, Jo Ann 185 McCourt, Kenneth 137 McCourmey, Dennis 248 Registration was one of the favorite subjects at the lst annual Creek Comedy Night. MCCurdy, Donald 245 McDaniel, William 124,267 McDonald,Connie 267 McDonald, 1V1ichael 124,170 MCFarlane, Diane 116 McFarlane, John 127 McGowan, David 267 McIntyre, Linda 125,286 McIntyre,Robe1-t 121 McKenney,Pamck 171 McKenzie, Antoinette 267 McKenzie, Edward 248 McKinney, Kathleen 286 McLean,Stuart 267 McLellan,John 267 McManus, James 267 McMullen, Alfred 135,219,294 McMullen, Douglas 109,156,235,245, 47 McMullen, Lindee 116 McQuade, Kenneth 238 MCVeigh,Connie 267 Meekhof, Jack 229 Meekhof, James 228 Meeuwenberg, Louis 235,295 Meggison, Ruth 142,267 Mehlberg, James 176,188 Meissner, John 178 Meixner, Timothy 267 Mekan, Linda 204,301 Melfi, Michael 88 Melonakos, John 297 Menzel,Mary1ee 267 Merkins,Kath1een 116 Merrill, Chantal 267 Merrill, Wi1liam 122,286 Meniman,John3than 117,122,286 Merschel, Thomas 132,286 Men, Gail 116,305 Men,Har01d 106,286 Messmer,Terry 267 Marsala, Phyllis 267 Matte, Linda 118 Metre, Thomas 238,239 Metz,1.inda 206 Meyer,Chery1:mn 116,193 Meyer, James 106,286 Meycr,Robert 231 Meyer, Ronald 231 Meyering, Karen 305 Meyers, Carole 108,176,179,208,267 Meyers, Diane 267 Miarka, John 110,176,180 Michael, Scott 123,143 Mick, Dennis 267 Middaugh, James 84 Migaloi, Samuel 150 Miklaszewski, Suzanne 267 Mikula, Timothy 136,196,294 Milantoni, Michele 85 Miles, Steve 246 Millar, Christopher 220 Millar, Gerald 286 Miller, Alice 267 Miller,Ear1 267 Miller, Gary 109,212,219,234,236 Miller, Guy 132,246,286 Miller, Michael 218 Miller, Richard 266 Miller, Rick 182 Miller, Robert 231 Millerwise, David 244 Millen,Bonnie 204 M1113, Gary 267 Mills,Norman 267 1VIinarik,Arnold 127 Minezlu, William 236 Minnear, Terry 228,286 Minor, Richard 137 Miscisin, John 267 Mish, Mary 97 Serenading fraternity sweethearts is an integral part of college life. Mishler, Clark 107 Miskowiec, Gregory 132,286 Miskowiec, Debbie 118 Mocerin, Diana 299 Modders, Gregory 121 Modschiedler, Paul 220 Moeller, Edward 286 Mogg, Robert 124,267 Mohr, Gary 246 Molenaar, Thomas 298 Member, Daniel 267 Moncrief,5he11y 267 Monerte, Diane 267 Monk, Rick 267 Monroe,Walter 222,223 Monsma, Richard 106,287 Montei, Jeffery 124 Mooney,Vicki 38 Moore, David 137,268 Moore, Donald 268 Moore, Dorothy 268 Moore, Ervin 127,279,305 MoorE, Linda 116,142,305 MoorE,Patrick 247,287 Moore, Ronald 240 Moore, Terry 123 Moran,Michae1 242 Morley, David 121,306 Morlock,Chery1 301 Morrical, Jean 118 Morrical, Thomas 230 Morris, Eva 142,268 Morrison, David 106,120,279,287 Morse, Kenneth 268 Moxse, Ronald 132 Mortensen, Joanne 136,287 Moschioni,Alan 132 Mosier, Rodney 127 Moskowitz, Steven 176 Moss,A1bert 137,161,163 Moss, Frank 119 Mass, Jack 250 Mott, Gail 268 Moulton, David 224 Mounger, 616116 268 Mroz,Felix 238 Mudge, Gary 123,287 Muel1er,Ca1-l 140,143 Muir, Charlotte 268 Mulder, David 119,268 Mulenga, Friday 130,268 Mullendore, Michael 121 Mungar, Dan 150 Munger, James 268 Munger, Theresa 23,217 Murawsky, Robert 268 Murdoch, Dean 122,229 Murdock, Thomas 113 Murphy,Christine 204 Musaid, Khaled 130 Muscott, Carol 268 Muscott, Sue 118 Musselman,Na1-inus 298 Myers, Linda 208 Myers,Robert 268 N Nace, Donald 220,234 Nacdona,Nancy 206 Nagel, Joe 220 Nagtzaam, Nancy 81,116,204,305 N311,William 228 Napoli,Louis 268 Narregan,Rcbert 244 Neagle,William 242 Neblock, Marilyn 268 Needham, Thomas 110,224 Neely,Priscilla 268 324 Neff, Keith 140 Neldberg, Linda 206,251,301 Nelkie, Gary 124,301 Nelson, Jeannie 287 Nelson, Robert 245,268,287 Neumann, Robert 156 Neward, Michael 244 Newe11,Dennis 244 Newhouse, David 224 Newman, Andrew 124,268 Newman, Kristine 287 Neznek, Robert 297 Ngandu, Bathsheba 130,268 Niazmand, Homayun 130 Niazmand, Zahida 130 Nibbelink, John 121 Niblack, Rival 210,268 Nicholie, Nancy 206,305 Nichols, David 268 Nicke1,Dianne 287 Nickel, Gary 287 Niedzwiecki, Eugene 297 Newiadomski, George 250 Nilbrink, Richard 121 Noble, Lawrence 212 Nook,Char1es 138,150,262 Norbey, Ellen 301 Norobye, Christine 268 Nordin, Clifford 121 Noreen, Claudia 125,268 Norkiewicz, Leo 244 Norman, Dan 138,150,250 Norton, Dan 268 Norton, Elizabeth 142 Notter, Dwight 268 Novak, Ronald 121 Nowak, Thomas 122,268 Nowicki, Stephen 246 Nyman, Leroy 127 Nystrom, Paula 118 O Obrien, Richard 294 Ochmsnek,Pau1 250 Debs, John 110,138,150 Ochs, Lani 110 OdeH, Bruce 245 Odonnell, Patrick 106,279,287 Ofarrell, David 220 Oginski, Harold 248 Ogles, Mary 116 Chara, DaniPl 220 Okuniewskj,Fau1 222,287 Oleniczak, James 268 Oleson, Bonnie 204 Oleson, Jan 118 Oleson, John 229 Oleston, Donna 287 Olin, Douglas 122,244 0115, Diane 124 Olkowski, Thomas 123,245,287 Olsen, Mary 268 Olsen, Randall 124 Olson, Bruce 268 Olson, Jeffery 238 Olsze, Robert 287 Opdenhoff, David 268 Opperman, James 268 Orinan, John 150 Orourke, Nicholas 297 Orth, Donavon 126,305 Osborn, Paul 268 Osborne, Elsie 268 Osborne, Robert 160 Osem'oski, Kenneth 137 Osika, Dan 224 Ostenfeld, John 244 Othman,Ferya1 268 Othman,How1a 268 Otto, David 169,268 Otto, Lorraine 268 Overbeek, Ronald 137 Owen, April 268 028, Susan 269 Oxdych, John 119 Ozenghar, Linda 117 P Paar, Robert 216,217 Paco, James 269 Padula,Robert 124,269 Paez,Eugene 127,305 Page, Terry 150 Pagonis, Stanley 140 Pah1,Ricky 110,269 Palmer, Mark 109,134 Paquin,Linda 269 Parce11,David 269 Pardee, Douglas 214,298 Pardee, Tony 281 Pardike, Gary 113,269 Parent, Michele 202,206 Parker, Penny 269 Parker, Robert 120 Parks, Janice 269 Parolari, Faye 269 Paton,Norm 269 Patterson, Charles 238,269 Patterson, Dona1d 250 Patterson,Pat1-icia 125,227,287 Patterson, Rand 301 Paulin, George 294 Pav31,Anthony 228 Pavelka, Diane 116 Pawlosky,Pau1 215 Pawlos, Gerald 297 Paze,Eugene 247 Peabody,Penny 118 Feacock,E1izabeth 96 Peacock, Richard 213 Pearch,Andrew 234 Fears,Robe1t 136,228 Peck, Margaret 122 Peckinpaugh, Joyce 206,269 Pecott, Janice 197,269 Pedden,Wendy 116 Pegg, Thomas 170,229 Pelaere, Dick 117 Pelkey, Linda 305 PELkey, Traver 182,242 Pelloni, Susan 114,305 Peltier,Chery1 116,269 Penne11,Judy 305 Pepper, Claude 248 Perdew, Gary 108,120 Perkins, William 126,305 Perlongo, Bruce 269 Pero,Da1e 122,215,287 Perry, Bernard 269 Perry, Charles 88 Perry, Cmig 134 Perry, Thomas 121 Person, Rinda 125,287 Peterhans, Nancy 142 Peters, Yvonne 287 Petersen, Thomas 269 Peterson, Maryann 287 Petenon, Richard 119,224 Peterson, Thomas 269 Pettersch, Patricia 204 Pfeffer, George 269 Pfeiffer, Alfred 142,269 Phetteplace, Robert 231 Phillips,Danie1 269 Philhps, John 119 Pibal, Richard 136,294 Pickle, Alan 269 Pieper, James 238 Pierce, Thomas 124,269 Pierce, Timothy 124 Pietsch, John 269 Pike,F1-ank 123,287 Pilarowski, Thomas 269 Pitcher, Daniel 93,190 Pitchford, Peter 113,228 P1etcher,Duane 122 Pletscher, Henry 212,250,269 Flew, Kenneth 229 P1umb,Carolyn 288 Plumstead, Norman 246 Plunkett, Joyce 269 Pochext, Lee 269 Podd, William 137 Poel, Larry 224 Poellet, James 269 P0111, Linda 269 Pohlod, Michael 123,288 Polander, Thomas 176,195,238,27O Pollack, John 15C Pollard, Gary 228,288 Pomaville, Tim 246 Poole, Gary 220 Poole, Joan 116,305 Poplawski, Johnita 270 Portincas, Lou Ann 206,301 Possew-n, Carole 270 Post,Car01y-n 288 Poteet, Michael 270 Potter, David 117,220,270 Potter, Steven 123,134,143,270 Powe11,Lar-ry 27D P0we11,Richard 250,294 Powell, Susan 270 Powers, David 110,137,297 Powers, Dennis 220 Powers, Douglas 220 Pray, Sandra 208 Precoda, Robert 142 Price, james 53,123,222 Price, Truth 116 Priehs, Joan 107,301 Prince, Thomas 123,287 Princinsky, Renee 270 Prior, Larry 126,305 Proctor, Jeanine 301 Puekop, Paula 208 Puckett, William 301 Puggard, Thomas 124 Pugh, James 137,248 Pullen, Richard 161 Puterbaugh, Stephen 220 Putt, Bernard 122,244,288 Pwoers, David 224 Q Quail, Sharon 270 Querback, Linda 305 Quigg, 811611361 238 Quillen, Carol 270 Quillen, Linda 270 Quinones, Gerald 27o Quiroz, George 270 Quivones, Gerald 186 R Raar, Randall 113,270 Rabine, Timothy 170 Raderstorf, David 242 Radike, Patricia 134,202,206 Ramsey, Michael 121 Ranger, David 137,195 Ransford, James 92,103,288 Ranson1,James 213,244 Raquette, Mike 214 Raske, David 161 Rasmussen, Nancy 97 Rau, Paul 238 Rawlinson, Helen 97,117 Raymond, Kenneth 288 Re,Andre 106,134,135,176,195,238 Rea,Huth1-. 120 Reagin, Robert 123 Reasor,Danie1 178,270 Redinger, Iris 270 Redman, Peter 298 Reed, David 117 Reed, Morton 270 Reed, Richard 288 Reichow, Floyd 127 Reidsma, James 270 Reincke, James 270 Reinke, Charles 270 Reinking, Sue 210 Reirdorf, Roger 113 Reisdorf, Roger 131 ,142,270 Reitz, John 270 Render, Scott 172,229 Renico,Pau1 250 Renshaw, David 164 Rena, Thomas 117 Rettray, Linda 147,204 Reus, Mary 270 Reznik, Andrea 96,97,204 Rhynard, Russell 93,234,236 Riblet, Nancy 208 Rice, Jack 270 Rice, Richard 270 Richards, Larry 127 Richards, William 270 Richardson, Carolyn 118 Richardson, Lula 294 Richardson, Robert 297 Rider, Donald 288 Rider,Rode1-ick 138,150,153,154,270 Ridgley, john 230,297 Riggle, Michael 106,270 Riggs, Carole 305 Riggs, Sharon 122,204 Rigterink, Rodney 270 Riisberg, Richard 124,270 Riley,F1-ank 238,239 Riley, Marilyn 125,206,288 Riston, John 151 Ritter, Paul 111 246 Ritter, Ronni 116 Ritzema, James 270 Riveria, William 270 Rizzo, Robert 176,186 Rizzuto, Richard 122 Roach, Floyd 93,94,117,136,299 Roat,Dia1me 305 Robb, Deith 246 Robbins, Violet 97 Robbins, Ward 137,294 Robextaccio, John 109,294 Roberts, Eva 176,197 Roberts, Robert 250 Robertson, Mare 270 Robinson, John 138,150,156 Rockman, Daniel 240 Roddy, James 120,132 Roesch, Dean 137 Rogers, David 195 Rokos, James 126,305 8011, Ruth 143,270 Rollenhagen, Louis 117,138 Roller, Richard 122,220,279,288 Roller, Sue 118 Romines, Michael 138,150,270 Root, Darwin 126 Root, Lawrence 222 Ropp,A1ana 301 Rose, Beth 118 Rose, Gary 270 Rose,Michae1 240 Rose, Todd 137,294 Rosebrock, Robert 270 Rosebush,Ter1-ance 270 Rosendall, Kenneth 137 Rosenow, Robert 270 Ross, Arthur 169 Ross, Dan 270 Ross, Steven 120 Rothlein, Steven 271 Roudebush, Susan 116,271 Roux, George 126 Rowen, Ruth 116,271 Rowlson, John 229 Ray, Mark 196 Royer, Jill 271 Rozsa, George 271 Rozycki, Richard 132,288 Ruba, Cynthia 128 Rummler, Richard 132 Ruona, Kathryn 227,288 Rushmore, Jerald 123 Russell, Donald 127 Russe11,Jack 271 Rust, Christa 271 Rutherford, Richard 120,127 Ryan, Larry 298 Ryan, William 113 Rycus, Ronald 123,288 Ryder, John 250 Rynberg, Thomas 234,242 S 53311, Thomas 113 Saba, Stephen Jr. 189 Sabler, Connie 87 Saindon, Norbert 271 Sakowski,Dona1d 123,281 831311, Andrew 132 Salmon, Craig 271 Salogar, Michael 224 Salvati, Johanna 271 Samfilippo, Charles 220 Sanders, Willie 150 Sanderson, Timothy 234 Sandstedt, Lynda 288 Sanford, Kenneth 288 Santow, Stan 112,131,298 Sarenius, Stefan 271,299 Sawas, Ruben 230 8355111, Cathy 204,271 Saur, John 234 Savickas, James 236,271 Savoie, Linda 305 Sawisch, Carl 110,117,212,224 Schamehom, John 220 Scarlett, James 230 Schaaf, Corwin 271 Schaafsma, Don 271 Schanbeck, F. Jordan 238 Schavilje, Craig 117,220 Sheldon, Leonard 132 Schenk, Nancy 271 Scherrer, Sheila 271 Schinderle, Gary 168 Schlaack, David 137 Schlagrait, Joyce 143 Schlipp,1ames 246,297 Schmidt, Donald 120,122 Schmidt, Gary 121 Schmidt, jerry 127,305 Schmiege, Karen 301 Schmitt, Linda 116,271 Schmitt, Chris 118 Schmoyer, Richard 288 Schneider, Chris 246 Schneider, Edward 195,271 Schneider, Kathleen 289 Schneider,Robe1-t 298 Schneider, Timothy 246 Schnettler, Lee 214 Schonschack, Gary 140 Schrader,She1-ry 289 Schram, Kenneth 271 Schreader, Tim 150 Schuberg, Richard 99 Schuch, John 271 Schultz, Robext 11', 108,245 Schuneman, Lynn 299 Schuring, Ronald 247 Schutta, Jerry 132 Schutter, Barbara 271 Schwalm,He1ena 136,204,271 Schwartz, Joy 208,306 Schwartz, William 240 Schweun, Carol 119,206,226,289 Schwikert, Edward 302 Sciba, Jo Ann 136,294 Scofield, Robert 170,228 Scott, Jay 248 Scramblin, Dennis 122 Scramlin, Joyce 289 Seay, Raymond 271 Saeley, Toni 204 Seestadt,Robe1-t 245 Seiple, Susan 301 Seiter,Me1vin 123,289 Semick, Mildred 124 Senholtz, Bryan 271 5255111, Cathy 123 Setta, Carmen 206 Sexton, Cynthia 271 Sexton, Louise 271 Seyka, Frank 172 Shaliry, John 120 Shapiro, Marcia 131 Sharp, Dan 271 Sharp, Stephen 271 Sharpe, John 245 Sharpe,Pat1-ick 271 Shanard, Susan 289 Shay, Pamela 97,271 Shedd, John 231 Sheldon, Leonard 244 Shepard, Doug 248 Shepherd, Ronnie 161,162 Sheppard, Christopher 244 Shermetard, Charles 250 Sherrad, Susan 289 Sherrod, Orville 150 Shier, William 271 Shilander, Robert 271 Shiley,Richa1-d 142 Shinavier, Laura 210,279 Shinavier,1,ouis 297 Shindorf,A1bert 212,220 Shirely, Kathy 206,301 Shoemaker, Patricia 125,227,289 Shoemaker, Ronald 119 Shook, Wayne 121 Short, Patrick 212,226 Shovan, William 93,272 Skull, Judith 272 Shumaker, Roderick 272 Shuman, Steven 161,195,247 Shutter, Ronald 236,272 Sib1113,Loren 127,302 Sigilla, Loren 120 Sigoumey, Yvonne 307 Silhavy, Thomas 110,224 Silkworm, Cynthia 272 Simmons, Janice 116,272 Simonelli, Richard 121 Simpson,VVi111am 220 Sims, Larry 126 Sinicropi, Rosemary 97 Siradakis, Eftihios 272 Siriani, David 272 Sisung, Joseph 120 Siw-ickj, Robert 231,297 Skarbek, Joanne 127,306 Skinner, James 117,236,289 Skoglund, Terry 110 Skrocld, Robert 224 Slachter, Patricia 289 Sliwka, Gregory 244 Sliwoski, Ruben 201 5103:, Rolayne 272 Slodowske, Donna 208,227,289 Slusher, Tom 287 Smith, Allen 247 Smith, Brent 123,222 Smith, Byron 298 Smith,Cha1-1es 248,295 Smith, Cynthia 272 Smith, David 242 Smith, Donald 243 Smith, Douglas 295 Smith, Heidi 142 Smith, James 295 Smith, James 220 Smith,Jock1yn 118 Smith,Jud1th 106,114,181,227 Smith, Karen 125,197 Smith, Karen 289 Smith, Kenneth 122 Smith, Robert 56,138,150 Smith, Ronald 122,272 Smith, Russell 126 Smith, Susan 289 Smith, Vance 272 Snook, Ralph 150 Snow, Kent 272 Snyder, David 230 Snyder, James 137,295 Snyder, Joy 122,202,204,289 Snyder, Paul 272 Sobocienski, John 122,215,289 Sacha, Frederick 120 Sohnson, William 212 $0125, Kenneth 272 Soltys, Dorene 202,206 325 Sonera1,Robert 239,289 Seper, Mark 107 Sourbizr, Janet 202,204,306 Sovem, Alice 272 Sowders, Katherine 272 Spaalo, Gary 307 Spangenberg, Philip 272 Spangler, Jo Ann 299 Spence, Jerry 289 Spencer, Jack 138,150 Spencer, Joan 210 Spencer, Richard 215 Spigner, Sulvia 272 Spincich, Vicki 306 Spiczer, Jeri Jo 124,272 Spitzer,Phy11is 116,306 Spratke, David 272 Spray, Dennis 215 Sroka, Sandra 306 St. Clair, Diane 272 Stachowicz, Michael 164,166 Stadel, James 248 Stafford, Ronald 172 Stahl, Charles 238 Stambersky, Ronald 242 Stanley, Patricia 140 Stanton, Milton 121,127,306 Stanton, Tom 248 Staples, David 299 Stapleton,Car1 126 Sfark, Michael 272 Starr, John 245 Start, Eugene 247 Steensha, Gary 106,289 Steinbauer, Mary 306 Steiner, Earl 123,220,289 Steiner, Mary 136,208,227,235,295 Steinlauf, Helene 112,131 Stensland, Margaret 118 Stephan,Michae1 110,230 Stephen, Peter 132 Stephens, Dawn 272 Stephens, Tim 107 Stern, John 171 Stetler, Susan 227,289 Stevens, Charles 289 Stevens, Cynthia 295 Stevens, George 150 Stevens,LorrB1l 227,290 Stewart, Bill 117 Steward, James 230,272 Stewart, Diane 204 Stewart, Jan 118 Stewart, William 250 Stickles, William 178 Stiler, Judy 116 Stine, Sharon 99 Stinson, Sara 206 Stipe, Deanna 306 Stock, Eugene 295 Stockwell, Marcia 272 Stoddard, Ralph 272 Stolzrskj, John 110,224 Stune, Lee Stonebumer, Kathy 306 Stoner, Gary 272 Stoor,Chery1 272 Storey, Susan 193,208,209 Story, Linda 272 Stoudt, Susan 118 Stover, William 150 Steve, Laura 306 Streeter, Mary 204 Stremick,Danie1 137,138,150,156,159 Strohl, Grace 210,297 Strom, Glenn 26,96,97,99,272 Strong, Mary 208 Strong, Nathan 137 Auto mechanic students are instructed in the latest developments. Strongby, Fatima 185,273 Stress, Howard 121 Stuck, James 117,138,150 Stuesser, Joann 301 Stumpi, Susan 116,306 Sturdy, Eric 124 Stuwe, Deborah 124 Sucholtz, Bruce 137 Sullivan, James 124 Suminski, James 128,140,273 Sumner, Ginger 140,290 Sunday, William 273 Sundquist,Krist1ne 273 Surofchek, James 119 Susana, Kenneth 137 Sutherland, Lynn 89,306 Swank, Jeannine 306 Swanson, Bruce 273 Swanson, Karen 306 Sweeney, Thomas 246 Swanson, Sandy 128 Swindle, Jerry 273 Swyen, Pat 128 Sylvester, Judy 306 S1ot,Janz 128 Szucsansky, Jan 206 Szymanski, John 229 T Tabaczka, Ronald 273 Tafel, Joseph 143,306 Tafe1,Ma1-ilyn 208 Taggart, Tim 119 Talerico, Karen 273 Tally, Franklin 290 Tankersley, Kenneth 273 Tanner, David 169,190 Tarantowicz, John 244 Tarkowski, Michael 150 Tate, Susan 273 Taurianinen, Robert 171 Taylor, Frederick 273 Taylor, Joe 214 Taylor, John 273 Teamer,Walter 126 Teasdle, Danni: 290 Tebd, Robert 110 Teenier, Mary 273 Teetzel, Charles 222 Telfer, Bruce 183 Terpening, Way-ne 273 Terpsma,David 273 Terrell, Jackie 273 Tete1,Patricia 273 Tetzlaff,Arthur 156,158 Thei1e, Carolyn 122,203,208,290 Thomas, David 124,150,273 Thomas, James 124 Thomas, Jan 273 Thomas,Jerry 273 Thomas, Minor 106,290 Thompson, Barbara 290 Thompson, Connie 290 Thompson, David 192 Thompson, Darlene 47,97 Thompson, Lynn 273 Thompson, Margaret 227 Thompson, Patrick 273,301 Thompson,Peggy 119 Thompson, Ramona 142,273 Thomson,Wi11iam 245 Thornberry,Brinn 127 Thornbury, Jerry 273 Thornton, Larry 120,126,307 Thornton, Mary 273 TGIF dances take up a vacant Friday afternoon. Thorpe, John 215 Thorsen,Phy1hs 273 Thum, Larry 220 Tibaldi, Robert 273 Tichelaar, Louis 295 Tillotson,Michae1 126,224 Timmer, Dale 279,290 Tischbein, Robert 238 Titus, Linda 206,307 Tloczynski, Ronald 307 T Niemi, Sharon 143,273 Tobaczka, Ronald 236 Tomasi,Thomas 273 Tomshack, Christina 273 Tomshack, Peter 297 Tonkavich, Kim 231 Tooley, Barbara 202,210 Tooze,Mike 212,238 Topp, Nathaniel 216,217 Toroni, Ronald 279,295 Tourisiner, Robert 194 Tovey,D1:me 140,141 Trahan, Theresa 290 Travers, Patricia 273 Traverse, Bruce 242 Travis,C13re 123,238 Trciry, Caroline 113 Tremaine, Kenneth 238 Tripp, James 136,295 Trolley,Fred 238 Trudeau, Robert 273 de211, Charles 220 True, Allan 142 Trumble, Donald 150 T1705, Michael 250 Tschirhart, Linda 273 Tucker,Allen 137 Tucker,Tracy 220,234 Tueslcy, Gordon 297 Tuesley,Paulette 118 Turbin, Donald 218 Turnen, Babette 211 Tutetchi,Eugene 150 Tuttle,Doug1:Ls 117,150 Tweedy, Michael 246 Tynam, Dennis 290 1' Ujlaky, John 278 Ulrich, Michael 126 Underwood, David 99 Urquhart,Ronald 273 A Alspaugh,R31ph 70,132,133 Amundsen, DeLyle 70 Anderson, Clark 60 Anderson,Evelyn 64 Anderson, William 64 Andrews, Robext 67 Archbold, Ronald 70 Armstrong,Wende11 70 Ashton,Edwin 64 B Bahnsen, Ernest 66 V Vail, Gregory 238 Valoczki, Istvan 176,184,229 Vanaartsen, Sally 125 Vanconant, Diane 125,227,290 Vanderlaan, Michael 106 Vandermoan, Gerald 137,295 Vanderveen, Gustave 137,295 Vanderwoud, Charles 273 Vanderzzmden, Carl 273 Vandemee, James 298 Vandokkumburg, Sue 301 Vandrie, Gerrit 196 Vandyke, James 273 Vaneyck, Robert 121 Vanhemert, Alex 124 Vanhouten, Kenneth 273 Vanhouten, Susan 116,307 Vanhourte, Thomas 106,290 Vanlente, Loren 137,295 Vanliere, Larry 106,290 Vanoeveren, Jack 122 Vanorder, Dawn 116,307 Vanornlan, Miles 121,142,273 VanoveI,Ron 150 VanpattEn, Harvey 136 Vanpatten, Mark 134,273 Vansetters, Michael 273 Vantine, Carol 307 Vantrump, Marjorie 136,227,235 Vanvalkenburg, Roben 214 Vanwormer, James 124 Vaughan, Gary 236 Vaughn, Ionna 273 Veine, 110113 118 Venables, Phillip 140 Venemn, Sharon 118 Verheule, Jean 208 Vermerris, Judy 208,307 Verplank,Rich3rd 137 Viau, Robert 238,273 Vicary,Har1-y 245 Vicenzi, Dennis 219,231 Vickerman, John 230 Viestenz, Ronald 132,245 Villaire, Richard 86,299 Vincent, Donald 120,123 Vincent, Richard 126 Vincent,Timothy 274 Vincenti, Robert 214 Vis, Lonnie 274 Vilma, Russel 126 Voge1,Thomas 127 Vollmar, Gerald 108,240 Banister, Jack 67 Bancroft, Keith 73 Bartholomew, Maxine 66 Baut, Harold 67 Bourland, Charles 64 Bennett, Donald 67,161 Bennett, Norman 161 Bennett, William 70 Benson, Vernon 70 Bentz, Harry 64 Birch, Eddie 64 Blanding, Donald 67 Boozer, William 66,116 Berta, James 161 Bourland, Charles 64 Bown, Charles 67 Bradley, Robert 64 326 Vollmer, Patrick 250 W Wachowicz, lemme 291 Waddell, David 245 Wagenaar, Jean 124,301 Wagner, Bruce 298 Wagner, James 295 Wahl, Stuart 131 Wahula, Richard 150 Waite, Jim 93 Wakulat,Rosema1-y 125,274 Walcott, Richard 228 Walcott,Warren 274 Walda, Loren 274 Walda, Sandra 274 Waldxnan, lay 112,131,291,240 Waldo,Doug1as 246 Walker, Cynthia 291 Walker, Gerald 126,247 Walker,He1en 274 Walker, Joanne 100 Walker, Patricia 274 W311, Emory 150 Wall, K. Stumt 108,109,123,295 Wall, Ron 245 Wallace, Robert 180,291 Waller, James 274 Waller, Richard 170,228 W31r3d,Kenneth 299 Walter, Carl 214 Walters, Donna 274 Walters, Robert 291 Waltman, Rex 274 Ward, Eileen 274 Ware, Dean 298 Warner, Blanche 147,208,209,291 Warner, Douglas 220 Warner, Gary 138,150 Warren, Charles 106,222,291 Warnick, Camilla 204 Warshaw, Larry 240 Watkins, Robert 274 Watson, Lloyd 156 Watt,William 121,274 Watterworth, Gary 137 Wayer, Carlton 164 Wazny, Alan 274 Weaver, Daryl 117 Weaver, Dennis 110,226,297 Weaver, Roger 121 Webb,H2rmond 246,291 Weborg, Karl 120 Webster,lames 127 Weckwext,Ka1-la 143,274 Wedge, Edward 274 Weed, Robert 274 Weed, Stephen 171 Weidner,Criag 228 Weiffenbach, Denis 113 Weingartz, Robert 150,274 Weiss, Dawn 301 Weissinger, Pamela 125,291 Weiszner,10hn 215 Welllare, Susan 301 Wells, Samuel 244 Walton, Mark 250 Wendlzmd, Mary 23 Wenger, Ernie 236 Werly, Rober 295 Wer1y,Sheila 118 Wesner, Ruth 23 Wessner,Arthur 274 West, Ronald 274 Westacott, Dean 137 Westbrook, Linda 274 Westerby,1u11e 307 Westley, Jane 114,204 Weston, Frederick 212,216,217 Weston, Richard 238 Westra, Steven 137 Weymouth, Dennis 274 Wheeler, Barry 250 Wheeler, Charles 220,274 Wheeler, Sue 210 White, James 244 Whitesell, Larry 274 Whiting, David 123,291 Whitman, Daniel 176,180,291 Whitmer, David 274 Whitney, Dennis 120,274 Wicke, jack 274 Wicklund, Mary 274 Wickstrom, Phyllis 110,175,181 VVidner, Robert 274 Wielkopolan, Steven 132 VVieneke,Car1 132,215,291 Wieneke1 Marilynn 118 Wierzbicki, Katherine 274 Wierzbicld, Robert 106,291 W'iErzbicki, Wanda 274 Wikman, Karl 142,274 Wilberg,Car1 110,224,225,297 Wilcozson,Car1 93 Wild, Janet 125 Wildie, jean 206 Wilkins,A1bert 216,217 Faculty and Administration Index Brand, James 64 Brawley, Robert 64 Brejcha, Mathias 64 Brodowski, Joseph 64 Brown, F. Patricia 66 Brown, William 67 Bmmbaugh, Paul 47 andage, Lyle 70 Buckingham, William 48 C Campbell, Glenn 67 Carlson,Lewis 67 Carlson, Robert 64 Wilkins,A11en 250 Wilkinson, Robert 247 VVill,Freder1ck 236 Willert, Nancy 116,307 Williams, Carroll 146,243,244 Williams, Christine 275 Williams,Danie1 229 Williams, Marsha 301 Williams,Patricia 191 Williams, Stephanie 275 Williams, Trudy 208,297 Williamson, James 212,216,217 Williamson, Nancy 136,295 Williamson, Robert 248 VVillis,Floyd 161 ,275 Willison,Danie1 119 Willison, Robert 137,295 Wilson, Edward 132 Wilson, Ellis 275 Wilson,Thaddeus 275 Wing, Gerald 301 Wing, Jack 275 Wink, Laurie 27s Winkelman, Corinne 197 Winslow, Mary 275 Winter,Michae1 117 Wirgau, Penny 275 Wise, Joe 275 Wise, Jon 234,236 Wiseman, Frederick 224,297 Wiser, Joyce Wishart, 224,297 Wisner, David 224 Wisner,Terry 275 Wisneski, Sylvester 120 Wisniewski, Walter 164,246 Witczak, Marek 117 Withey, Armon 99,119,140,226 Wittig, Marvin 196 Wohlferd, Sandra 275 Wojciechowski, Marvin 124 Wojtkowiak, Verona 210,275 Wolbert, Dennis 106,275 Wolfe, Deborah 275 Wood, Barbara 301 Wood, David 120 Wood, Neil 120 Wooden, John 170 VVoodington,Mark 188 Woodruff, David 275 Woods, George 121,291 Woodward,Alan 228 Woodwyk, Robert 275 Woolner, Daniel 123 Worgess, Douglas 220 Worthington, Sidney 194 Wree, Richard 275 Wright, Janet 128 Wur1,Thomas 293 Wurm,Nancy 210 Wyatt, Barry 126,307 Wyns, Steven 298 Y Yageman,Te1-ry 229,291 Yardley, john 246,275 Yarmuth, Dale 107,301 Yaater, Lynn 116 Yeley, Daniel 307 Yemy,VVaHace 275 Yonkers, Jack 178 York, Douglas 195,238 York, Raymond 238 Yost,Jon 238 Young, Diane 208 Young, Jack 176,182 Young, James 150,161,231,297 Young, Jane Young, Lignon 275 Young,Nancy 116,307 Young,Philip 250 Youngblood, Patricia 275 Z Aagers, Ronny 171 Zaggy, Walter 275 Zahrt, Kathleen 142 Zaier, Rasool 130 Zakhem, Abdallah 127,130 Zalai, Rebecca 307 Zale, Donald 123,244,291 Zale,Sherie 118 Zalewski, Edward 247 Zamojski, Elaine 307 Zank, Karl 127,307 Zaroff, Sandra 112,131,291 Zatarga, Marlene 27S Zawacki,john 123,275 Zawiden, Marvin 275 Zeider, Michael 301 Zelinko, Andrew 295 Zettel, Ronald 275 Ziegler, James 218,291 Zietz, Roy 229 Zimmer, Linda 206 Can, June 70 Caswell, Gordon 70,132 Chapman, P. Lowell 52,70 Christensen, Charles 65 Chulski, Thomas 67,216 Church, Gerald 67 Clark, Lee 143 Clark, Marilyn 67 Claus, Edward 60 C1ugston,PhiHip 67,87 Cole, William 70 Colladay, Thomas 67 Collins, Marian 52,70 Conklin, Norma 70 Conrad, Lois 67,210 Cook, Mary Jane 52,70 Cooper. Mauqaul 185 Cooper, Max 45 Coy,W1111am 51 Creager, Edna 184 Cretcher, James 70 Cripps, Bernard 73 Croft, Arthur H 222 Crank, Richard 70 Curtis,F1-ank 67 D Dachoff, Dacho 67,73,98,99,101,219, 226 Dargitz, Mickey 67 Darmody, Richard 67 Davis, Carl 42 Day, Donald 54,55 Day, William 54 DeCraena, Andrew 70 DeLong,C1arence 67 DeMars, Jay 67 Densik,Erma 180 Deupree, Joseph 244 Devlin, Paul J. 67 Dexter, Lou 42 Dickens, Otis 51 Donahue, William 67,73 Driedric, Stanley 67 Dugas, Joseph 67 Durizm, Ben 110 Duncan, Earle 64 Dye, Franklin 73 E Eb11,John 50 Ebmeier, Raymond 67 Edwards, A. C. 56,67,150 Ekster, John 66 Elford, Roger 67,138,150 Eller, Margaret 64 Eringaard, Cornelius 67 Erlewine, Ralph 45 F Fair, Ruth 182 Fairman, Charles 42 Famham, Douglas 64 Farrell, James 57 Fehl, Shirley 70 Ferguson, Robert 67 Fickes,A11an 67,240 Fohey, James 64 FogartY, John 67,87 Forl:no,A1ben 72,111 Fuller, Keith 71 ,106,245 Frederickson, Esther 71 Friar, Robert 67 Froelich, Douglas 71 C Cuhrs, John 64 Gamble, s. JOSEPh 67 Cerheb, Robert 42 Gienapp, Jack 64 Gillette, Walter 67 Giltner, David 68 Giroux, Philip 64 Golder, Gordon 68 Graves, Bennie 68 Green, Helen 195 Grisham, Edna 189 Griffith, Hugh 68,120 H Haan, Frederick 64 Hagedorn, James 64 Hallisey, Mildred 50 Halperin, Sanford 71,222 Ham,Rona1d 5,87 Hampel, Louis 71 Hampton, Charles 73 Haney, Herbert 68 Harmon, F. Charles 71 Dorm life includes late-night hootenannys. Hanzek, Donald 73 Harmon, Edwin 64 Harry, Robert 68 Hart, Andrew 68 Hecker, Donald 49 Hegman, A. Richard 64 Heinonen,C1yde 68 Helsing, Raymond 67,117,138,161 Henry, John 64 Herrick, Mahlon 49 Hertz, Richard 64 Hess, Dixie 68 Hess, James 46 Hicks, 53 Hicks, Roland 73,215 Higgins, Stephen 44 Highfill, Jerry 73 Hitch, Robert 73 Holcomb, George 72 Hook, Ansel 64 Hopper, Hal 64 Hoover, Arlene 58 Horton, Charles 73 Houston, E. Mae 188 Howard, james 68 Howe, Ruth 68 Howting,Frede1-ick 68 Hudson, Nolan 7O Hulse, John 64 Hunter, Richard 65,127 Hurst, Nelson 64 Huxol, Robert 44 Hynes, Glendon 73,138,150 Ireland, Frank 68 Irwin, Marion 19o Jacobs, Lowell 68 James, John 64 jensen, Warren 71 Johnson, Fridolf 68 Johnson, John 45,53 Johnson,Newe11 53,64 johnson, Richard 73 Johnson, Robert 64 Johnson, Thomas 68 Johnson,Willi:11-n 133 Jones, David 64 Jones, Jack 50 Jones, Ruth 179 Junker, Elmer 70 K K6121, Phoebe 197 Karas, Frank 68 Kazerovskis,1rene 68 Kazerovskis, Karlis 72,111 Keiber, Kingsley 71,122 Kelly, john 68 Kelly, Leo 64,107 Kelly, Milton 71 Kelsh, George 70 Kennedy, Roger 64 Ketchman, Sum 73,168 Kirchner, Robert 64 Kerwin, William 49 Kosanovich, Robert 68,168 Krabec, Janet Miller 71 Krabec, Glen 65 Kneussl, James 71 L LaBatt, Dee 68 Ladd, John 68 Large, Robert 47 Larson, G. Clef 68 Larson, Jon 71,236 Larson, Leroy 65 Law, Hugh 73 Leach, Robert 138,150,153 Lehnert, James 6 Leister, Jesse 68 Leone, Faustino 71,125 327 Levardsen, Norman 68 Lewallen,P1easant 66 Libby, Norbert 65 Lindblom, Andrew 68 Lindenmeyer, Carl 65 Lindland, Gordon 68 Lipke,Pau1 65 Long, Delbert 42 Lostutter, Bertha 192 Lucas, Keith 52,71 Lund, Malcolm 71 Lunsted, Lyle 71 M MacGregor, Geraldine 71 Malisiewski,Richa1-d 65 Malloy, Thomas 73,87,216 Mgndzyn, Michael 73 Manor, Richard 66 Marquardt, Mary 73 Marquis,F1-ank 68 Margrif, Fredrick 71 Martelle, Gordon 68 Martin, M, Kenneth 65 Mayer, Charlotte 84 Mayer, Lyle 86 Maynard, Proctor 68 McCarty,Wa1ter 65 McClelland,Ma1-y 46,117 McCoy,C1 E. 68 McCoy, 1013 68 McDermott, Frances 73 McElroy, Jack 65 McHenry, Thomas 46,212 McLanahan, Charles 68 McManis, Kenneth 65,70,249 McMullen, David 66,126 McNamara, John 68,147,243 McNeill, Richard 68 McReynolds, Doris 73 Merriman, Wesley 65 Mileski, Donald 72,110 Millard, Phyllis 65 Milton, Dorothy 68 Modlin, Francis 65 Moffett, Russell 68 M6111, 6. Robert 71 Monical, Earl 71 Montgomery, Keith 68 Moody, William 68 Motry, Hubert 65 Mount, Charles 71,206 Mullens, Donald 49 Murray, Merrill 57 Musselman, Nicholas 68 N Nash, Edmund 73 Nelson, Jack 71 Nelson, Jean 68 Nelson, Thomas 49 Nelson, Vordyn 49 Neumann, Norwood 72,230 Newlase, Edward Newton, Roy 68 Ngidowski, John 32,129,233 Nicolas, George 73 Nienhouse, Everett 68 Nott, Goldie 74 Nutter,Nei11 68 O O'Brien,Robe1t 68 O'Dea, Raymond 69 Omlor, Mildred 66 O'Neill, Daniel 69 P Parsons, Herbert 65 Panulo, R. E. 70 Pearson, Marvin 65 Peets,A1bert 69 Pepin, John 71 Pepper,C1aude 65,249 Peterson, Mrs. H. D. 206 Peterson, Herbert 69 Peterson, Norman 65 Peticolas, Sam 65 Phillips, John 71 Piggott, Walton 73,138,150 Podd, William 65 Poland, Lloyd 72 Powers, Dorothy 187 Pomiak, John 65 Prakken, Lawrence 42 Pratt, Paula 69. Prins,Fau1 65 Puchalski, Joseph 238 R Ranck, Patricia 66 Randle, D. Orville 69 Rankin,Dona1d 44 Rankin,Pea1-1 71,227 Ranta, Grace 194 Rarig, Lloyd 69 Rathjen, Charles 65 Ream, Roland 71 Reeve, Robert 73 Reid, Arthur 72 Reitz, Henry 69 Rice, William 65 Rigsbee,Alf1-ed 69,124 Roberts, Louis 70 Root, William 69,97,99,226 Rosebrook, James 65 Roth, Henry 72 Rue, Sigurd 69 Russell, John 69 Ryan, Louise 66,116 S Salinger, Malcolm 51 Sallie, William 65 Samann, Louise 183 Sams, Donna 71 Samuels, Clifford 65 Sandoz, Mildred 69 Sands, Glenn 7O Scannell, Donald 45 Schauble, John 65 Sche11,Paul 69 Schiffer, Marie 69 Seifet, Bernard 69 Sepic, Joan 71 Sessler, Richard 69 Severson, Ruben: 65 Shanahan,Richa1-d 70 Sheahan, Patrick 72 Shoberg, Raymond 69,208 Shoemaker, Gale 7 Shreve, Donald 65 Siebers, Grace 66 Sinania, Peter 249 Slaten, Lanell 12S Smania, Peter 65 5mith,Charles 69 Smith, Elliott 69 Smith, John 144 Smith, Leland 73 Smith, Max 47 Sneden, William 66 Sonnemburg, Walter 19 Spagnuolo,Pau1 69 Spalding, Tom 133 Spathelf,V1ctor 24,115 Speerman, Theodore 70 Sprague, Robert 72,215 St Claire, Chester 51. Stager, John 65 Stahl, Edgar 62 Starr, Raymond 42 Stewart,Doy1e 66 Stewart, Lucy 69 Storm, George 54,73,137 Straley, Edward 69 Straw'n, Clarence 69 Swartz, Harry 72,231 Swonk, Joseph 69 T Taggaxt,1ames 72 Tallman, Donald 69,150,153,164 Tanner, Eugene 66 Tanner, John 66 Taylor, John 69 Thomas, Ben 52 Tinkle, Harold 20 Tombs, Eugene 66 Tonke, Jane 186 Trimby, Madeline 66 Turille, Stephen 52 Tyree, James 72,236 U Unger,William 66 Usas, Irene 72 Utke, Robext 66 V VanAntwerp, A1311 70 Vanderbuilt, Harry 73 Van Trump, William 54,73,137 Ventocilla, Antonia 69 Voss, Lawrence 70 1V Walker,Kar1 48 Warner, Louis 72 Wiedemann, E. Fem 73 Wiest,0pie 69 Wigglesworth, Edwin 73 Wild, Helen 48,208 Willis, Doris 53,72,208,227 Wilson, Fred 69 Wilson, john 72 Wilson, Helen 69 W1nk,James 156 Winkleman, Dean 73 Wirt,Michae1 51 Wisner, Vivien 66 Woem, James 224 Woliinger, William 69 Wood, James 42 Wright, Lucille 69 Wright,O1-ville 69 Y Yeley, Max 66 Yokum, Nanci 66 Young, Douglas 51 Young, James 108 Young,Shi1-1ey 69 Z Zimmerman, Garnet 66 Zimpfer, Forest 72 Zwiers, Marvin 69 1968 Ferriscope StafiC Another year comes to a Close with the dis- tribution of the 1968 Ferriscope in which we have tried to capture some of your most mem- orable moments as students of Ferris State College. Publication of a book such as this calls for long, tedious hours of hard work, and the co- operation of all who were involved is greatly appreciated. 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