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

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A 'h rs' -wh'-s'13JF-wwf? V" Ep' I L.M. Dexter, Treasurer Clifford Smart Ferris State College is governed by a Board of Control which has general supervision over the institution and controls and directs institutional expenditures. Members of the Board serve eight-year staggered terms as ap- pointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the State Senate. I l Steven L. Thomas Delbert D. Long ADMlNlSTRATION!21 The President of Ferris State College Robert L Ewigleben "These pages of the Ferriscope present a depiction of people working together to make Ferris work. This por- trayal sets the record straight by demonstrating that a College progresses through human interaction and not simply through the construction of new buildings and the launching of new programs. "Reflected here also is the fact that not all learning takes place in the classroom. "lt pleases me greatly that these pages clearly indicate that Ferris again had another year where the quality of human interaction further enriched the lives of all who contributed to it." 22!ADMlNlSTRATlON f x College Relations and Development Flight: Stanley Dean, Vice President for College Relations and Development Below: Donald Scannell, Director of College Relations ,.. 24!ADMINISTRATlON J V NWN .. James Hess, Director of Alumm Affairs Robert Leach, Director of Development Personnel I I l Administration Eugene Bychinsky, Vice President for Personnel Administration ZSIADMINISTRATION ,A.,.,-- I i . 1 Academic Affairs Clockwise: James Farrell, Vice President for Academic Af- fairs: Karl Walker, Director of Admissions, Records and Registration: George Holcomb, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs and Educational Planning: Donald Priebe, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairsg Nlahlon Herrick, Registrar. ,Y L a, 26 fADMINISTRATION K Q? C i -1 'Z .4 Admissions Office ADMINISTRATIONI27 AIP, Business Operations Clockwise: George Hartford, Jr., Vice President of Business Operations: Edward Zant, Director of Food Services: Ralph Erlewine, Controllerg Helen Wild, Administrative Assistant: William Buckingham, Director of Auxiliary Ser- vices: Michael Gattie, Assistant to the Vice President for Business Operations. , .5 xx r .x ii- J .Wi ' 1 'F I Us 1477 f1'95 1 xc 1' le E - -1 4- - I ,V , - W - . xx m .W f ,:.,:::.-Wg ' ij .L lif fi'-2. ' ff. ' A 7' 3 Q Ein r" W -KWH' "ilu . . .Nui V ,u , - ' ' Q! V 1 if ff ' V5 5 -"'5:5:s -"Q Q "" r ' , -rr"" . fl- .1-...uf 1 ADMlNlSTRATlONf29 Student Affairs Clockwise: Edward Linta, Vice President for Student Af- fairsg Robert Large, Director of Placement and Career ln- formationg Ronald Kopita, Psychological Counselor: Robert Kern, Director of Resident Hall Services: Mary McClelland, Dean of Women: Thomas Walsh, Dean of Men. pi SOIADMINISTRATION l. ,JJEKPT 136'- L53?"l"'i' ,-1-,W ,,,, , N ry, s s-if 'H Q, ,HT-,-. ,. ,, ...,.. mar ADMINISTRATIONIS1 Student Affairs Clockwise: Daniel Burcham, Director of Student Development Servicesg Jack Ebli, Director of Campus Security and Trafficg Roger Peterson, Hearing Officer: Robert Hamel, Rehabilitation Counselorg Leland Spangler, Director of Student Activities: John Case, Assistant to Director of Stu- dent Development Services. IG S455 32fADMlNlSTRATlON ka LIU! s e ' W" .ig 8,1 fl no "1.,.- .- .. :SH fa 1 E5 J ye . 32 ' r .ll-E 5 ' 'It fW'53lJl'5"M'b H FM 532-Q I if Ai I IC I .,.. ADMINISTRATIONISS s J J? 34!ACADEMlCS ZACZAUDEMHCS School of Allied Health Aaron L. Andrews, Dean Arlene A. Hoover, Associate Dean The School of Allied Health offers a wide variety of programs keyed to the ever-changing needs in the health field. The student is exposed to a laboratory situation backed by extensive offerings in biology, chemistry and physics. The diversity of programs, which range from Food Service Management to Nuclear Medicine Technology, attracts students from all over the state. 35 SSIACADEMICS pe-2" 1 .4 ..-f-"M K6 --.Q V ' V Tg.......-. ,Y .1-1 Z , nu, V . 1 ,Q a-up-19" uf 9' wgy, 'fi' ...L-25 251.1 I ' ' x , 1 3553 , "?i'QW4 -f ' ., 1:1 K, ' tgMT:Il,,':'.1' LIC .19 if VP L 3 t5 4 R: V 1 Q- ,:'?fi..,fff - 15+ T95 is 'iii' " 3, 'f?f237:fff 5 ' -i'i'Q'fif 'zum L- 'ang - ',4,'UJ'.iI1. .1 Q- ,iw L 1 L, . '-2 U ACADEMICSIS7 .,, ,. I 54' ha' , i ,l . X !"1 1 l 1:2 1 if X School of Allied Health-Faculty Armbruster, Edward Barnes, William Basel, Denise Blackwood, George Booth, John ,.fl,,,'t, I ,- . 2, 1 Yi , V vis, " Q Lyn i I Dudek, Richard Ells, Michael Feehan, Barbara Fleming, John GGOYQS, Sandra V 4 e i s B N- Gregarich, Harold Grekowicz, Fia Hamel, Mary Harrott, Alfred 'K , R X, V14 A, . i r Q B ff nr 1 ,ul - Y H -:lg -X J I T A V ,I 4 A M I .Vt V . " - li Y- 7 YA ,JF as K? .. 4 --M I 1 at Atv! Q . Xe L4 .. 2 ll!-ag l IA A 'tv ' QE.. .fu-vt B 'P i..,,1'-a.fbz? ,i,.A. i A f'i-an rl? 7 Q' ,TJ X iii' 'ffl' , ,...-gh A . Av .TA - gg Xa , ' "'--"""Q..1.,iiH . K. 38!ACADEMlCS V L 2 J iii .J J J' 'H Kohs, James LaMarche, Barbara f 1 A Landis, John Manor, Richard bf 1,- A-5 Mogg, Jeanne Moody. Sandra f v I 1 ' ' I Perialas, Stephen Pierce, Linda Ravell, Janet 1 Lp- ', I mm: J vi ij- Vandermolen, Janet in' ,, ,1 fif. ff.-we 1 we I :?5'7.s' 'Til--FI.: Texley, Helen TiIl0iSOrl, Michael VanMeter, Lois Yoderwise, Pat ACADEMlCSl39 School of Allied Health-Graduates Adams, Theodore Adlam, Bobbi I A1 Asplund, Linda Barnes, Brenda Bero, Kari Besey, Kevin Bradford, JoAnne Brodoski, Michael Cetnar, Karen Champney, Joan 401 ACADEM ICS Aldridge, Kathleen Allor, Clyde Andrzelewskl, Nancy Beall, Lindy Beckwith, Dan Bernthal, Barb Bird, Stephanie Bonkowski, Julie Brabbs, Jeffrey 5 Brown, Roy W. Butcher, Marcia Calhoun, Kim , p Chase, Linda Cimala, Vlrgll E. Clark, Jan Clevenger, Deborah A. Cook, Catherine B. Decker, Paula Eardley, Debra Foco, Sheryl Hall, Jackie Comer, Linda ff is Czulinskl, Craig Devos, Debbie Ebel. Marsha H Ford. Connie Hayes, Phillp A. Congioloso, Pamela A. Daly, Marge DeWitt, Laura Ehrlich. Dianne Gautraud, Margaret if Haynes, Nelson x 51 Conlin, Paul W. ll Dasen. Joanne Dickerson, Dolores fr Erbes, Dawn M. George, Anthony Henderson, Vicki Consiglio, Stephanie Davis, Debby Discher, Mary C. Fluette, Edwin Gravlin, Julia Herringshaw, Donna ACADEMICSI41 School of Allied Health-Graduates Herzina, Sue B '!7"1' Hulka, Janet Johnson, Klm M. Joynt, Carla Kell, Kristie 42!ACADEMICS Hlbberd. Joseph H. JR Hunsanger, Danette 'L- Johnson, Paul Kastner, Kathi Killgore, Karen Hildebrandt, Lynn Jazdzewski, Joan M. Jolin, Jeri Kearney, Mary Klein, Phyllis Holmstrom, Carol Hopwood, Dennls Johnson, Anne B. Johnson, Debra Jones, Janice Jones, Laurie Keevan. Kathleen Kldle, Kathryn Knight, Llsa Kondzlela, Deborah is Kosydar, Nanette Krake. Renee Kramer, Brenda Krauss. Cassie Kulling. Gerald Kurilchik, Marie Kzeski, Cindy Langston, William Ss his ,X Sal ell q Leonhard, Nell Little, Pamela Lucas, Pamela Maher, Mary K. Martinie, Vlckl Jo McDonald, Keri McFarland, James Meyers, Steven Michael Mitchell, Linda Moore, Terry Morse, Brenda Moulton, Clndi J. Nave, Janice Nelson, Douglas Jr. Nelson, James D. Nemefh, Pamela Krauss, Nancy Larson, Cindy Markiewlcz, Daniel S. Millhouse, Debbie .ill Myles, Vlckl Nleml, Margaret 43lACADEMlCS School of Allied Health-Graduates Nix. ROQBI' L- O'Bl'i6l'1, Beverly Ogden, Kelly Onthank, Clifford Owcarz, Ron Q"-v Park, PeQ9Y Patrick, Ellen Paul, Lorraine Peron, Lori Quellhorst, Susan S . Rappaport, Mark Rada, Robert Rlzley, Kathy Robbins, Klm Roberts, Cathleen Ross, Leslie A. Royer, Jill Sadowy. Carol Sanford, William Schell, Davld 5 xl Scheurer, Sue A. Schlafley. John Schrlpsema, Kathleen A. Selby, Deb Smith, Pamela 44lACADEMlCS Tl" 1 Q 'gm' Sprenger. Sharon Siefarliak. Cheryl , ,, r ' Mill 2754 4 ' X' - 'i. ' x , .- - 1 V . A f Stapler. Mary Jo Stevens, Diane f l ., "ff" ,, aQ 4, x I Stone, Larry Sullivan, Patricia -+"7" ,T Surian, Sue Vanderwal, Mary VanNatter, Mary Jo Veen, Janet wade, James A An Watkins, Rebecca Watson, Kim Welsh, Mary Ann White, Donna Williams, Merrilyn 5 X! NV' it I Winters, Katharine Wren, Robin Ygung, pamela K, Zander, Linda ADACEMICS!45 School of Business Dr. Benjamin F, Thomas, Dean lrlghtj Dr. Jack G. Barnhill, Assistant Dean lleftj The School of Business offers courses designed to meet the educational and vocational needs of the individual in a rapidly changing, complex business society. The courses in the business curricula fall into four broad categories: general education: basic courses in the various functional areas of business: professional-technical courses in the academic major areag and elective courses. 46!ACADEMlCS I .BJ ,g-tg .lg dia- ""-1 ACADEMlCS!47 S C h oo I li Boras, William Chapman, Lowell rg "f is el 39 J, s 1 irq l E l r '11, ' - .-if' 5 951 -if 1- 1-.zyf ,5?E?i5 'lx -I ' a Heisler, Alan Jasrrzernbski, Paul A sd V ' A J 7 Lindsey, James Lucas, Keith Nelson, Jack Burrows, Vernlta Pomnichowski, Alex Rankin, Pearl 48!ACADEMICS of Business- Faculty li K ' f 'x lil X N X X -COOK. Mary Jane Heeter, Douglas Junker, Elmer Keiber, Kingsley Kesler, Virgil B .- N 4 in 'kia xi' I . A af '51 Lund, Malcolm Lunsted, Lyle Montgomery. John 53 i 3 Q X' J' 'r f 51.4 r Rose, Clarence Rudolph. Eleanor Samsr Donna .2 Scheerens, Joseph Ruls, Rebecca ,711 Van Beek, Harvey 'ga' f-. . ',,,-1" ,d.',',,, 59 ADACEMICSM9 School of XX Ainsworth, Leo Anderson, David Augustin, Diane Balconi, Susan Bernthal, Beth Bien, Stanely Bolton, Barbara A. Bowles, Craig B. Brown, Douglas Budreau, Robert W. SOIACADEMICS Business-Graduates ATIUSFSOU. Kathy Asbury, Denise Atkinson, Dennis -AL , l , fl? 'L Jlj-,1 l il, ' '. ' Bartlett, Sandra Beadle, Jlll M. Benson. Patrlcla i. V i ,tr J J i v Biefi. SUSBU Biven, Joyce Boersema. Edward N. Bradley, Barbara J. Breiner, Deborah Bfinkef- Kifsten Burmeister, Debra Burnaby, Constance Burnside. GSW 4' l 1.5 l l l 0 Ojmm Buwolda, Don Cannon, Dannie Carey. Jeryl A. Clayton, Nancy Cleveland, Steven Cook, Kenneth "fr" -' Cowden, Elaine Curley, Carol Dale, Laurie -, K K 1 'PQ Delbler, Shelley D. DeMarco, Lou Jr. Dentel, Sheri 'S' 3 , J' Doonan, Marla Dykman, Kenneth Echtlnaw, Brian TIA l Ericson, Keith Erwin, Angela Fenton, Roberta Carley, Patricia Anne Cornell, Patricia Daniels, Leslie Diclcirison, Ardis Epstein, Nancy Fetterley. Dixie HCT Claxton, Cheryl Cota, Pamela Davenport, Sharon 3' 4- . ,J Q Doane, Joyce Erickson, Ron Fischer, William J. ACADEMICSIS1 School of Business-Graduates Fisher, Brenda Flusty, Richard Foley. Jane Fox, Erik . V. 'r A Freiburgef, KI-Ifi Frierson, Bernita Gates, Terry Gay' Robert Gray, Michael A. Greene. M3l'93f9f Griffin, Karen Gross, William i va -' I1 I ,Q Guillard, Theresa Hall, Roy L. Halverstadt, Kim Hannaford, Cheryl Harper, Douglas R. Harris, Marie Haupricht, Jamie Hicks, EZBII 52lACADEMlCS Frandsen, Margaret Glendening, Brent L. Grunst, David Happie, Brian l l Hoch, Laurie X 'Q-XF HOWHYCL Thomas V- Howe. Gloria Hubinger. David Johns. Richard R. Johnson, Susan Jgnes, Deborah fr? Keathley, JOVOHS Keifer, Barbara Keitz, Sally T ir:- -v 1 l. Kennedy. Louis Keranen, Cheryl Ann Knieper, Janis B I, . . 1-4 Kuciemba, Denise Lacina, Dorrie Laird, Kathleen A. Lemcool, Michael Lemnah, Stephan Lenhart, Betty Hunter, Patricia Jacks, Terry Joseph, Cynthia Karle, Roberta Keller, Kevin Kelly, Colleen Koch, Linda Kramer, Gary S. Lamie, Thomas F. Leckie, Beth 4.-'J Lewis, Earnestlne Y. Lewis, Linda ACADEMlCS!53 School of Litwaitis, Jeanne Maher. Sharon Mattson, Nancy McEachran, Mary Ellen Meredith, Diane 54lACADEMlCS Lockwood, Denise Malburg, Roberta Sue Mauro, Karen McHale, Timothy Mieske, John Business-Graduates i Lumsden, Maureen Manley. Teri Mays. Fiuth Ann ,V ,H-IJ, fn. McHenry, Mark Miller, Kay Lutz. Lynda Martin, Bruce McCain, Bertha Joyce McKIIlop, Bruce Nave, Thomas Lyon. Cheryl Marzec, David McComb, Karen Mekash. Dale Nowakowski, Jan 0'Connor. Tim Osburn, Bradley Ostrander, Marcia Q Palmatter, Robert Parker, Linda Prafl0. MiCh89l D. Pellerarl. David Reruslii, Glenn J. Peters, Joel C. Pollch, Susan Postema, Cindy Prevost, David W. Ramsden, George Ranger, Rebecca Rauch, Carl T., III Richard, Bryan W. Rlckert, Kristina Rlsher, Belinda all x 5 .5 Oumedian, Daniel A. Passino, Judy Piche, Lynn Prince, Dean Redder, Sandy Robinson, Clarence Page, Dorothy Pease, Colleen Poellet, Julie Pringle Walter R+ I - ru, b V . -.A ,Ju . , , .,, ,Q . Reed, Linda Rodriguez, Karen ACADEMlCS!55 School of Rogers, Claraetta Rose, Sonia Shifey. Jane Shreve, Ruth Smitha, Michael Sprague, Deborah 'R l Stoutmeyer, John W. Stuits, Jerry Szankln, Patricia Teneygck, Jim 56fAcADEMlos' Business-Graduates , 6 nr J", J if Schlehuber, Brenda Senchuk, William Sherwood, Robert Slater, James Smith, Bruce Smith. Michael Stanley, Mark Stenger, Patti Stokes, Mark Sullivan, Kristin Sundeck, Carol Swiderek, Cathy Thompson, Robert Tovlnlttl, James Tweed, Robert Vandawater, Diana Vanderwal, Dale VanWyk, Wllllam VerMurlen, Deborah Wheatley, Thomas Woitowicz, Gall Ellen l x I' Vandemark, Terrie Q'- N! ,E,l ' 'l " , . VanNatter. Gregory M. . 'r 5 l--!'-'H .lb i age verney, John E. -X - , Wall, James Warren, Lorelei Wenger, Kay E. Westra, David V , X' .l Wielfaert, Ken Wlersma, Thomas, J. wmmarth, william Wilson, Sabrina ,W Ks ae,, Nl Zamborowskl, Dennls A. ACADEMlCS!57 School of Education 81 Learning Resources Dr. Thomas G. Cook, Dean fleftl Dr. Charles F. Ritchie, Associate Dean The School of Education and Lear- ning Resources provides teaching instruction in the fields of Allied Health, Business, Community School, Mathematics, Science and Trade-Technical Education. Also in- cluded are careers in the fields of Learning Resources, Library Technology and Media Technology. In addition to the course re- quirements in professional educa- tion, a requirement in youth-related experiences is an integral part of the current philosophy in the prepara- tion of teachers. ,.-ge-If-5 ri' Ifxr 'iff ---41-iw 75. we i tax . -f l .1. l- : ' 1, . , le- 1 51' W lg.- 58lACADEMlCS X !'M,.. ini I n I s-1, R 1 n .R C. 'A' fn l yas -. 4 QQ, s ow. vt -M C G ,x t xt Axxf 6-. X xp X.-9 el 3 V9 . -F ! o 34, 9 1 V! Mn Xt ' Qin X -, k Q mg ax lug XX QA- 4 . 5:0 ,M 1 DUI I ,Y . ff- In X' H' ' V ., ,Mi Hfls.,-H, mm Ni , Q ' Lai' N' 5- -f- 1. ACADEMICS!59 School of Education and Learning Resources-Faculty Bancroft. Keith Breault, James C. Breault, Keitha Breitenwischer, Ann Brister, Frank R. ,, ,L V ' ,.,.,,fQ QW " ' 1-If tj, x5 :V L q V A Doneih. John Ebmeler, Ray Griffin, Edward Harris, Richard HOSKSSWIS. Paul as 1352 V 'ni K 'X Hurt, Geraldine Krumlns, Sara Madigan, George H. Makonnen, Llnda Martin, Larry 60!ACADEMlCS 'VL-l Perring, Richard Son, Lark L. Storm. George Trlmby, Madeline VanTrump, W.F. Warner. Richard School of Education and Learning Resources Graduates Beck, Gloria Emery, Larry o 1 l 'z r V 'lr r It . +0 1, I x ff I z, tl U' f I2 r I I 1 'I School of Education and Learning Resources-Graduates 1 Lutz, Karen Mast, Michael Misner, James, Jr. Mourer, Lyle, Jr. MUFPNY- Marcia A 'i VE! uni IQ ,IQ ll Peters, Nancy I- Il ""1vf A ""'.. ,cl Nm' Q- ll 1: ff""".:'QW ..,'f-Qu. - ' I f u ll Y H1 ,, gil L L 1' li ' B Re, Francis J. Searles, Steve NZ" X , -!,, B Sieveri. Terry 62lACADEMlCS -r x'1 . ,V ' Snyder, Terie, L. Stephen, Janet I M . Taylor, Vlcky Vanderberg, Scott A fi Wells, Denise Zawtocki, Ann , 571 A G' .1 - Q 1 lx -r' 3 , ' ,.., I ,x,L,. I ,Rl f,4. aw". ,gh X f, , 96,4 W 'M fi -.xv ' f.. - -gif., Q f xx! . 6 H- H ll x 4 x9 . X U. iq vs. ' wg, mx xx f 46 W .U Qu X, 9-1 uw.. N 3. ' lx I I' 'i if .1 K-9 W 1 . X . 0 6 x X 9 'xi , an' , Qi 'Nl "Ng 3 Q f 1 lu. .",-X N9 'Q su- ,N -.- : -X A 0 .Q .qi 4 1 S. all' -, Q Q U N, -H-N". :xx I V ifls., Wx Q X ,ml ' f MEZZ' I .sf-gin 5 e f - k if A - 'T is, V Qf - I ACADEMICSIGS School of BC General Education Dr. Donald G. Butcher, Dean fleftl Dr. Keith Montgomery, Associate Dean The School of General Education offers courses designed to provide intensive training leading to the associate and baccalaureate degrees in selected career fields ap- propriate to general education. The school also provides specialized and advanced courses essential to the programs in the other schools of the institution. Upon graduating, the stu- dent will have obtained a broad un- derstanding of many different fields of knowledge. 64lACADEMlCS lx P oiglbng 'T 'W --un f ACADEMICS!65 School of General Education-Faculty ll ! " f J-, l- ' . l , 2 - W 1 - 1.-1, V r Q5 -?'m,1.' f IL Bond, Charles Carter, Robert Dachoff, Dacho DSVGHPOFL D980 Elford. Roger Garrlson, Dean Harry, Robert Hart, Andrew Helsing, Raymond Hess, Dixie ' ' l Q V ' f I N- f-f , X- ' Hogenson, Robert Horne, Patricia Hudson, Nolan Rx. 66lACADEMlCS 'Q VL ,. V P 711' .1 T 1 , H, 1 J Johnson, Fridolf Johnsgn, Thgmag Kilgallen, Mary Ladd, John Lehnert, James Lindblom, Andrew ,WA Wilma McGinnis. George McNamara, John Linebaugh, William Lyon, James ...- Jn -,,. ' ,.., ll -- 1 -V A ' ' v--.M rn.,' ' McNeill, .Richard -E . .-FL. .1 - ' ", f-lm" xjfwj .u'f""'f-V Y ii? w- u-ri, E. - M UFIYOB, William , .v --1 ' ...H , ,N ' '.'f'., 1. ,5' fl , ' , :, , Q Y xml ik I fx qxm' I 1' gixi . Parker, Gloria Sands, Glenn . ' 1' ' 'gg , "Nl, . TEES- -A 1,.- 4 A 1 ' fy -'lv , , .- - gp 11. K , J, vw, li- g . ,i,m:Qi y::jf- "" 1 1 . -gi: x ,4':i?,Q . xi -V .. ' ' f All gfgi 1 Musselman, Nioholas we RUSSGII, John Shoberg, Raymond ACADEMlCS!67 School of General Education- Faculty R 6. xgl -M- ll I SP89"U0'0- Pau' Stapler. Harry Taylor. John van Antwerp, Alan vanaerploeg, John Ventocilla, Antonio Voss, Lawrence Wales, George Wood, Edward York, Frank 68lACADEMICS Wlest. Opie '5 mr' sal ,s .Ji .,as,, 9 E l 'lflrft 2 :isa Wisner, Harold School of General Education- Graduates Q ...Q AIIBV, Pamela Anderson, James Anderson, Jill Bascom, George Bayee, Alayne Bomar, Bill G. , ... ka .xg ,450 l. ' A " of 17 so Carlson. Susan Carter, Pamela Coe, Cathy Craig. M8f98"9f Cullen. Daniel Denomy, Joseph N' A Elliott, Lois ' Fairfax, Denise Ferguson, Robert A Anderson, Linda Brown, Richard T. Coggins, Andrew, Jr. Dills, Nancy Fick, Susan Baker, Charlene Calhoun, Christie Collins, Tyrone Dodge, Laura Fiddler, Flick ACADEMlCS!69 ' Gillespie, Douglas Harris, Cindy J0l'19S, KUVI Kramer, Joy L. Luther, John McKenna, Kathy 70lACADEMlCS ls. School of f K Gen. Ed. - I Graduates Harrison, Brenda Hawkins, Jeanette Jackson. Ch8I'l9S JONES. H68 Wenonah v , 4 LAL Y Keena, Denise Kelly, Steven Kendziorski, Melvin Kennedy, Sandy Kuemin, Jeanne ' Lake, Crystal Lee, Denise Lendzion, Alan Lyzenga, Thomas MacGregor, Diane Madden, Ann Marie McCorry, James W. Mickle, Lauren Mikula, Joan Mitchell, Bonnie ' Morris, Teresa R. Mulu, Pamela Reid, Catherine Scott, Marlon Stephenson, Wade J. Turner, Timothy Whaley. Timothy R. Nelson, Tommie Richards, Susan Simpson, Dawn St. Onge, Dlane VanderMoIen, Roger Williams, Rlchard Pryor, Rosemary Rodemeyer, Mark l Smith, Sherry Lee Stroop, Kathy Vandervoort, Donald Wise, Elizabeth Purbrick, Carol 1' 74 1 .Jr Rood, Faith A. Snyder, Robert Sweeney, Cornelius, Jr Waller. Steven N. WlS6h88I'f, JSHSUS Reamsma, Sheryl Scott, Douglas Spencer, Alan Syrjala, Debbie Warczinsky, Cheryl Young, Lee ACADEMICSIT1 School of Optometry Jack W. Bennett, O.D., Dean The College of Optometry was es- tablished to meet the needs of op- tometric manpower for the State of Michigan and conducts comprehen- sive programs of education in op- tometry. To be admitted, a student must complete 90 quarter hours of pre-professional courses. The Doc- tor of Optometry Degree requires, in addition, four years of study in the professional optometric curriculum. 72!ACADEMlCS f-'aff E . 5 E. ACADEMICSl73 School of Pharmacy Dr. lan Mathison The School of Pharmacy is ac- credited by the Michigan Board of Pharmacy and by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Educa- tion. The Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy is awarded upon successful completion of two years of pre-pharmacy curricula and three years of pharmacy education. This curriculum prepares students for positions in the community, hospital and pharmaceutical industry. 74!ACADEMlCS fe-ug 'TN fi 72:sg3 3 I I nga' ACADEMICS!75 Moore, Karen 76!ACADEMlCS School of Pharmacy- Faculty Dakkurl, Adnan Juhl, Randy P. Mitala, Joseph 1 , w '41 Rath, David W., Dr. Roth, Henry Swartz, Harry Turner. James School of Pharmacy-G raduates u", ,. N A 4' J A .'.". 4 V Adams. Clark Allan. Marshall Baburlan, Zarouhi Baker, Richard P. Baldwin, Diane Bartos, Dlana Beck, Debra Benedettl, David M. Benton, Lewis C., Jr. Bianchi, Leo G. 73 5 A! . 1 -'iw 'L ,Lg J D, . Blcklng, John Bllyea, James - Blomquist, John Boesnecker, Ken Bovee. Gregory 5. . 'I-11+ l. X ,,g--KV - 7 ' , f" ' . ':'13"3f gl. Q f 'an .1 by , J. Boyd, Catherine L. Boyd, Madeline ' Boyer, Charles Brown, Barry Brown, Kenneth D. K ,,, , rf Bryan, Dana Burnett, Mark W. Callahan, Marianne Chapman, Donna D. Camden, Jon ACADEMICSI77 We School of Pharmacy-G raduates C0wd6l'I. Larry Cooley, Frederick C. Crawford, Michael Crowe, Mercyanna Downing, Deborah M. E 9+ Fagerman, Kenneth Froehllch, Mary C. Fyke, Michael Giordano, James J. Grenn, Marianne Grekowicz, Randy Gysin. Kathy VA 5 ' - at ...gh-1" v I5 Z ' ' Y ., Haddix, Keith 78lACADEMlCS H' i' Hivala, Karen Horina, Dennis ' a i, r. 'F' ' 1-"' . in Ingram. Rick Johnston, Charles Ketchel. Richard Killlngbeck, James fl Klaasen, Thomas Kops, David E. . g-,AIWE5 J .,f'-""' Kossick, Joyce Krels, Mark Lewis. Keith J. Lewis, Marilyn K. Lipiec, Steve ,, 71.--. , 'or- .,.-1' limi X l Luea, Mark G. Mahar, Arthur Mercier, Sheryl Mlttlestat, Mark G. Moscicki, Wanda ACADEMICSl79 School of Pharmacy-C3 raduates rv: I . . H ri., 'ul ,-L 4? .5I.-m L Mussner, Dennls I TL' ,. 'rw 'E , N A f .515 rind I A ll ,L r 'A 4, 5 ' ' 1' -'., ,Au 4 :qgl : . .4 .r - H.: -' ' '21 ' , V' fi'I,',:1?' . r ' " X , ' lx ' -f if -- ' .21 1 Ostlund, James R. Rolls. Donald Ross, Wayne Sanford, Martha BOIACADEMICS Murphy. Keflnefh N8Sh. Suzanne Newbound, Laurie O'Brien, Daniel ,.,.-XA xx X Penegor, Gerald Poirier, David Posar, Todd Provost, Gene Eggs,-gs 1 Hi . mu N .-,--e ,f sa-x -1-up 4 'ff' 1 A Schinlel. Th0fT18S Schneider, Joan Schowalter, Greg Seabolot, Victoria Skupinski, Timothy i za 15 if B Skupny, Curtis W. Southall. Nathan Stevens, Chuck Sveska, Kim J. Tiberg. MiCh8el nl A? 1' Nz, ' 5 if TOOISY, Terry Vande Bunte, Mike Vandergouw, Hans Wagner, Chris wan, Rwanda L, Whiteside, Scott ' i winn, Nancy E. 'J Y s .1 if ' ,ff a irf 9' as we i V -If -4? 515 , V' Zieiinski, David Wickstrom, Joy Yehl, Judith A. ACADEMICSI81 School of Technical and Applied Arts Dr. Clifford L. Larsen, Dean fleftl John C. VanderMolen, Associate Dean The School of Technical and Applied Arts offers specialized studies to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for a particular curriculum. The school is divided into six departments: Automotive, Construction, Electrical and Elec- tronics, General, Graphic Arts and Industrial. ln addition, the school offers two off-campus adult training programs-the Automotive Mobile Training Program and the Job Train- ing and Safety Program. X 82!ACADEMlCS JA' if ,Y 3 .1 Q ACADEMlCSl83 School of Technical and Applied Arts Allen, Robert Bingman, Thomas fi 1 N ' : L . -,3.fY'-il wlswb- x :J 1 lid . h L Wif i-1'f w w. ff,-. . nm. A E! Cushway, Charles Q Y' H XE Ericson, Gilbert Qi iii g li X, : ' it-'Q-'lk t -if 'rf-1-,- ' ffff' it 'J-U - L '- if 'Nf:'v3fIf: fsf- Gahrs, John 84lACADEMlCS Bechelli. Gordon Brand, James 'yi 5' Ellison. Donald V 1, .1 j- ,I ,j'I"1j' : -, 3 .. ,.,....., Farnham, Douglas Guy, Phillip l i 5 ywlir -rim 1 'J v' Faculty Beeslev William Bigelo, James Brejcha, Mathias p JT BX R Brown, Leigh J. Bryce, Clayton . yr 'QV , in .X .I V .J H . 1 7 TE' 'P rr,- K ,, -jx' A ' 1, '- JL, . , A, ,. I e w . .L Henry, David Hopper, Hal Horner, Dwight James, John , 69.55 he -E v i Jarvi Ray Jones David gli, Larson, LeRoy Lawrence, Fred Justin. Frank Kebler, Glenn Kelly, Leo M at -v 54 in 'N . 4, ,., . .1 ei:-.rl Sifzliailq ri E' PH . ' EK "' if , nl? 5g- 1 11155 , , Lindback, Bertil MacDonald, Keith Maliszewski, Richard ,,,. - -7 r.,:..,,, ,W-. ACADEMICSIBS School of Technical and Applied Arts Faculty Rick, Jens ' i hif i ' A. , lr ,..1 5 :A:,?A:-T I fi .L sd ' ,A-J ll Samoluk, John Samuels, Clifford BSIACADEMICS 'Yi' ' K3 ' l Martin, Kenneth Norrington, James ' Papo William Pepper, Claud Peticolas, Sam Richards, Lester Schauble, John , . '- , 2, ,X ' YK Sneden, William Stechschulte Robert Stevens, Russell .4-nl. - , o' 1 .., Q, 1 Q 4 V'-. I . W N 6 Stnckllng Kenneth Utke, Robert Wagner Larry Wiltse, Emery Wojciakowskn Joseph C Zellar, Paul School of Technical and Applied Arts Graduates AI'lgl6l'O, Luis AI'lth0l'ly Afend, Th0ITlaS, J. Auram, Denise Bacon, David Bailey, pascal Baranowski, Keith E. Bartlett. Roy Beemer, Daniel Bylsma, Ken Cain, Frederick L. BSIACADEMICS Chamberlain, David Conan, Bruce Conley, Joseph Darling, Steven Desdardins, Glen DeVore, Gordon Elliott, Richard Engi, John W. Fauble, Michael K. X A . I Findlay. BFUCB Fischer, Stephen L. Fredrickson. Robert Garcia, Luis Gaspar, Johathan E. Grevelding, Bill y . - , V ,J4 . fd ,YA -. I W 1- ... ,ff CPN .f --f-M' ,, -agyeff 1-if Gugel, Jonathan Haddick, Lynn iff if Harris. Thomas Harrison, Joel Hart, Brian Hess, Fred ACADEMICSl89 School of Technical and Applied Arts -Graduates Hill- CfaiQ Holman, Beth Hughes, John Hutson, Ann Hyder, Marvin ! I VR? : W 1 1--54 ' L 13 1:"l-' ' " K 'f v- .-. J: , ie-fy. ' i ' v l - Yjj' . ii ' , , ., ,R -1 2 January, Jerald Jedlowski, Annette Kern, Steve Kibiloski, Clyde ll Knieper, Rodney Knight, Lynda Lindenmayer, John Mackey, Douglas W. 90lACADEMlCS ,A Ostoin, Carl Perry, George Petrucci, David Pifer. Steven Posthumus. Joy Prlester, Earl A. wi Mbekeani, Zandi l. McHenry, Larry Mikolaizik, James D. ,f ,V Miles, Ellen Mitchell, Robert H. Morris, Paul D. MONOH, B arbara Murray. Billy W. Olson, Marvin -in iff .afs::.1fi i' i. QL ff . T gym , . r H2515 : ' ACADEMICSIQ1 School of Teclnnican and Applied Arts Graduates Pl'ZybylSKi. Kevin Quinn. COHSKHNCG Reichert, George H. Flitsema, James G. Roberts, Andrew Roberts, James L. Root, Victoria Roznowski, Clarence Sanford, John Sherburne, Richard Stoddard Rick 7 , l . . 01 1,5 ' U . 8 . K Q -Q . . . G -. I Temples, Jill Thomas, Ginny A. 92lACADEMlCS 2 ew! 5 x ' A , 5 -. .. 5 1 ff? f if I 315 24 Ji Upham. Brenda Veine, Leonard Jr. Weingart, Arnold R. Weller, Mark Wells, James Wlghtman. Thomas . ,L . is i Willmann, Mark Wyman, Tom Q .,',x . ' -df ,,, g1f,,,,g., ,urgf rl 'C -rg . N ,X I .M 'x ' It . V , a.-H - 'N-A ' 'S 1- 9 .-H1 . .":".-. l I ! -... QW K 'rar-'I ACADEMlCSl93 Robert H. Geiman, Director of the Library The Ferris State College library is centrally located on campus and serves all divisions of the college. It is a second home to many students offering information in any area of study that is needed. Librar ee-'T n -.- -54 -.. Us FZ? Kylix ,lir- 2 5 .. S. ...,,, 94lACADEMlCS Student Health Center Dr. Fred Blrkam, Medical Director of Student Health Center ' K. The Student Health Center is maintained by the college for the benefit of Ferris students. it is well-staffed and equipped offering emergency care, clinic services and in- patient facilities. ACADEMICSISS 961 EVENTS EVENTS Homecoming ,ggawfzg will-it-fx14.,,,, . , E if Sli!! ' ' '.'f"f?'F?g'!-.l',, -awgwmwf f. EV 1g5.F.f.2- ifig N f.-. L,.w1- - - -2 ' K- , - , ,1 ff" .,.. f,itv ff'f-Si "4,"' 'z jiw . " Qs,-. , - 4 1 47 - 25453553 V Q21 . ' ,"f'M4,:-1.-,Q YI " "-1- 'L .4 lv-f -ln -1' 'iv , , fu. s, 4 1 as. f 1' 5' 'W' 981 EV ENTS wr 'S T' , 198 .. i ' give! Yr . , ' - .AL .4ff,ff1 I 5 ': :L 31 Rig -- f ,, 'J L 7?g'-Tiff 'I"1 W' Y' '.Ff'ff'. 7 '55 F , W ' A fi 3511 li-51.2 ' - W4 + V' ' -' 1. " -' , 1 1:-z . if' - -"' 'J 1, ., ii.,-'--r-?,--ff--12115 ': wi -5? gi g - 1 .A Y ' iL:.L:f i: ..V' glefii-1'A'1,gifi?51', "J??fii1i1'LTfFZ5 U5 ' -- ., . 'K i-vU::g',w1i'4 'Lug tjf Q', If w-151.-TSM. J! grgfggk-f-f.,. Aga- ,.,.i'?-:,1.::igQ. ,x 1 Q -. f'fff??9!!FQQMicPQQff W. Y "'-' .:,,. '..--- ' :bf Rf 'H w.,5-,,E1- H 5. A ' ,- I Lage: Lag .4 ,....z' .V fir- 'T 1 i-F25 '. L 5WQf'5,,ixzZ1,- Lviagibjj EVENTS!99 100! EVENTS I The VViId West . . . M, EVENTS! 101 ygV 13 Q56 P- ' QE uweswuwmisk VmWWqi93'5"1B EZ? W 115 'D ,p'wP""' 465 1o2fEvENTS A Football Game V E -.vu lg ' n ' A'33l:If3'i.1g.'- "xx- 'H - HHN v 1 ,. 1, -st- ,ff I - , ,N um' Wm a ,ti I X 4 . '- Nu ' akdl H547 Q - -3 ' ,, ' . "'l,L7i ' I EVENTS! 1 03 ww Rev. Tang Expounds . . . , V .,.,Y,. , .,,,-i, fm 1 04! EVENTS Father Emery Tang lectures at Starr Auditorium IVI r. Fingers Astounds In a lecture sponsored by the Young Catholic Students Organization, Father Emery Tang presented his views on faith and deeper meanings in life. Father Tang, noted writer and TV personality, spoke at Starr Auditorium on Oct. 3. Less formal settings highlighted Irv Weiner's fMr. Fingersl sleight-of- hand tricks and stories. Mr. Fingers entertained students on campus Nov. 15 and 16, and did a show in Starr Auditorium on Nov. 17. EVENTS! 105 " I :, f--.. ri ,. l , -, U G: ,2A? r S - ,iii uf'-'UL -' This year's Femur Follies proved to be both a show- case for local college and community talent and a good money raiser for Mecosta County General Hospital, sponsor of the show. The October 29-30 performances, in Starr Auditorium, netted 83,800 for the hospital. 1 061 EVENTS Most appropriate entertainment for the winter season was presented at the ice Arena. The Holi- day Ice Review, featuring magic shows and ice ballets, was presented there on December 16. Holiday Ice Ftevievv EVENTS! 107 The GECC-sponsored U.S. Navy Band concerts went over well with Ferris audiences. The band, com- posed of members from almost every state were led by Commander Ned Muffley and performed in Starr on October 28. 108! EVENTS 'af yr., 1 'a 1-,mg ..,. ,- I' . .5 - 7 ,,,.t-:fu 5 A .fra r ' . I 1 s Navy Ban Bandorama FSC's finest gave their all in the tenth annual Ferris Bandorama on November 18. The stage, concert, and marching bands played pop- ular music for a capacity crowd in Starr Auditorium. The concert choir was featured this year with several selections from "Fiddler on the Roof." EVENTS! 109 Natalie Cole breezed into Big Rapids on November 15 and wowed the crowd with her show at Starr. Natalie's repertoire ranged from soul to rock, and her vocal range proved to be poetry to the ear. 1 1 Ol EVENTS 4-35, , .5 li- ll Stupendous guitar playing was the order of the night as Rory Gallagher performed in Starr Auditorium. Gallagher, one of the nation's top five guitarists, presented his own brand of music to the Ferris audience on November 4. .wiv ,gun ' Q- ,W jnffi ,Q - P N Q, 6. , as t aiii t 1,"".9 H-gy 3 N Q'-L. 'YF' MQ' it it gi- 'S Y, ,EV E 1 . kVwi,l,, , . "1"'1.- 2 Rory Gallagher EVENTSI111 F Ax uname-ww if, l 4 X glam 94 Bluegrass fans flocked to see the Williams Family and Cabbage Crik perform in Starr on December 10. GECC sponsored the three-hour pickin' and grinnin' fest, which was free to the public. EVENTSI1 13 Senior Citizens Celebrate Christmas et Ferris ,, .R X-4 Cabbage Crik Cabbage Crik, the versatile bluegrass band, performed before an appreciative audience at Starr on December 10. EVENTSl115 1 1 61 EVENTS 5 ,-,! -5 f' 1 4! . I I f Ax 'Z f--5 114' 4? t . .K , . 1' .-s- .1 Y-N Q Y 8' l. I -4 1 all . I. f ff! Q iiili g ' if V T1 5 C-I fi, W 5 ru , A W 569 'WW' "1t1':-- 4- , West Campus Days 118!THE ARTS 'LFLFJE ZALRWS Community College Orchestra 1- 3- , 5 1 A . ' f I E?-'..Jffew 2 ninzli- A ,L A , -4 THE AFlTS!121 122lTHE ARTS The FSC Pep Band plays at all home basket- ball games during pre-game and halftime. The bandsmen created this special group to provide color and spirit at all home games. K FERP3 - l 9 'fm FSC " Pep" Band . K, THE ARTSX1 23 Ferris State Concert Band FSC Concert Band is under the new direction of Krive from Muskegon. The band has performed at Bandorama in the fall, the Festival of Arts Winter and at the Commencement exercises in the llllg. 'T' -5 a . .--0 T 'v 466'-' THE AFiTS!1 25 Ferris State Marching Band An appearance at a Chicago Bears' game highlighted a busy year for the Ferris Bulldog band. The group also performed at Ferris football games, pep rallies and Bandorama. Director William Root transfered to Grand Valley State College after the first quarter after serving as Director of Bands here at Ferris for ten years. Right: Band Director Bill Floot smiles after a fine halftime perfor- mance. Below: The FSC Band stops during halftime for a family portrait. 126lTHE ARTS Maybe there is still hope left in game Now that we've got the ball, run No, the other way! I l X Top: Trombone player, Chris Carmen displays expert musicianship while Sharon Johnson and Linda Jackson back him up. Bottom: Drum major George Flamsden salutes the flag for the national anthem. THE ARTSX1 27 The Concert Choir, under the direction of William Donahue, started out this fall with the "Choral Collage," then presented Winter Choral Concert in February. April featured concert tours to various high schools and the "FSC Choral Festival." The choir finished up the year with the "Pops" concert in May. 128!THE ARTS THE ARTS! 1 29 "Fall Choral" started out the busy schedule for Men's Glee Club, followed by the "Spring Concert" and mini-tours around the county. It is under the direction of William Munroe. lVlen's Glee Club .L 130!THE ARTS Collegiate Singers The Collegiate Singers specialize in public per- formances of a jazz-rock-pop nature. They per- formed at the "Choral Collage" in November and the "Spring Concert" in March. The talented choir also traveled to area high schools for many performances in the spring. gli. f f . .-.' -l.'I elif ,U at r , THE ARTSH31 Festival of the Arts This year's Festival of the Arts was an exceptional one. Among the many activities, Visiting Artist, Chris Stoffel Overvorde qrightl demonstrated woodcut printing and silk screening techniques. Guest Architect, Robert Blaich discussed new architectual potential for the future. The Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra gave a special concert with Theo Alcantara conducting. And the FSC Concert Band performed featuring guest trombonist, John Swallow. .Q A . , r. ' Dr , - V ., Ir- . .K cis iw 1 1, "S z-ZF. A se gwl XX j ' I' .. ft- s 1 ?"l'i 5.3 1 J' , 5. v 'iii Y l if if Q wh 4 I " fin 'lie to 5. ' l f 4 gl 5 ld , I 1' , X 5 Al i X ggiii: la rv' xvx 1:41 132lTHE ARTS s -I' .I I-, sw 1 . 'ii ' , xx., THE ARTSI1 33 Ferris Playhouse Presents 'Our Tovvn' 5 , . K an - sf' 4 ."Tv is .,.,.. ,. ,. . v- - Q- -V -- v- .. A-'nov-...1 -:,.,f:-1 f -, .g was-,...,. . I:-,L A , . W,-wawvv' N., w ' 'N Y N , , .,.,,.,..:.-., , , I ,.,.. L. , 1 .W-"' -33-f--.43 . - . , M -- . W J ,Q .1 ' . ' ,, fmt"--55-17. IE' "" Q, - - Q ,.5. -V W . T - ' r- ,Hl H 'f -.fe sr. ' ' . .-5' :- 1 k x 134lTHE ARTS Mew . ,R . ?, . ..lig- .e 'I - ' F m y ., 1 .l E.Eq.:. I is 5: I , 5 . M' s ....,. -1 .., is 4 ,V ' Q g 2 , Q-if -5 "s.J f -- ' i- 4 - ' ig mm f 5 f ' .. Q. ' L . A aww. - ' .V 'a ' fx Q- . 5 if 5 1 A ' A I .yi fl Stage Manager ....... Dr. Gibbs ............... Jo Crowell, Si Crowell .... Howie Newsome .. Mrs. Gibbs ..... Mrs. Webb .... George Gibbs Rebecca Gibbs Nally Webb ..... Emily Webb ...... Vlr. Webb ............... Noman In The Audience . Simon Stimson vlrs. Soames ..... Donstable Warren . Baseball Players .. Sam Craig ........ loe Stoddard ..... People of the Town . . . .Larry Owens ........Jlm Bilyea .....Don Morrison John Clary . . .Kathy Van Meer . . . .Marla Bolzman Tom Spiroff . . .Laurie De Corte .....DanieI Grable ....Beth Campbell .....Ftandy Slager ....Susan Salesky .Robert Herrington .......Sue Ripepe Victor Riggen .Richard Sowinski, Jeff Brabbs ....Dennis Pennell .........Bob Carr . . . .Neal Toivonen, Dennis Mori, Karen McComb, C. J. Allor, Maria Grimaudo, Mike Valentine, Jim Evans, Gary Jones Romeo and Juliet Fi 4+ Students and faculty have combined over the years to put on successful, entertaining dramas and musicals here at Ferris. One of these is the Annual Fall Play. This year's feature was the production of Shakespeare's love story, Romeo and Juliet. 1361 THE ARTS Prince Escalus. .. .... Kenneth Gallagher Paris .......... ........ B en Valchine Montague .... ' ..... Dennis Bensko Capulet .... ..... L arry Owens . . . . .Tom Spiroff . . . . . . .Jim Bilyea . .. . ...Tom Bishop . . . .Kelvin Eichinge . . . ...Phil Clugston Romeo ..... Mercutio ..... Benvolio ....... Tybalt ............. Friar Lawrence ..... Friar John ....... ..... De nnis Mori Abraham ....... .... S teve Nelson Balthasar ..... .... De nnis Mori Peter ....... ..... J ohn Cla Gregory .... ...... B en Gam Sampson ......... ..... J ohn Schlafle Apothecary ........ ...... R alph Erlewin Lady Montague .... ........ M arla Bolzma Lady Capulet ..... .... K athleen Van Mee Juliet .......... ...... B eth Campbel Nurse ........ ..... C harlotte Bier Flosaline .... .............. K aren McCom Ursula ....... .............. M onica Zuchowsk Hermione .... ................ S heryl Reamsm Officers .... ...... L oren Quador, Mike Valentin Pages .... ..... M itch Montgomery, Sara Prie Antony ..... ..................... M ike Gova , -Ss w XX 5 w , V 4 i fxp f , f' fi- X . nb X sw ,Q , 4 -G 1 e, ' I s ,, -0-, x I h f .gi A ff? 53 fi -f,. ,K Q "4 is 2 254551 ,, ' 1W'f+? X 2' as Y Pr A ,. it I 5 ::' QQ Y - THE AF'lTS!137 The Art Center I X. N 1 'A' 38 S THE ARTS!1 39 1401 S PO RTS SEQQDLRTS I st mf' Quarterback Steve Duchon throws for six points. Just out of reach, Tommy Harris turns up field 142! SPORTS . l""' .nv ' J , ' V - .. A - . kr . Y. -vt. - 4,4 383 Bob Granberry checks to make sure Hlllsdale Is stopped for good. Seeing opposition ahead, Greg makes a sharp cut. ,I '1 ,rg Q 49 J I Bill Burd shows emotlon at the Victory Bell. FS C G ri dders Set Nineteen New Marks Post 5-5 Record Picked to finish last in pre-season evaluations, the '76' Bulldogs roared out of the starting gate knocking off two successive GLIAC contenders. Coming off a winless 0-10 1975 season the about face was remarkable. The result of that turn-around effort was apparent in the 41-3 rout of Northeastern lllinois in the early season. The victory brought many people to realize that the Ferris Bulldogs meant business, especially when they downed expected conference leaders Wayne State l20-12l, and Grand Valley Q26-231. ROW: Tom Harris, Roger Mousseau, Tom Prichard, Bill Schei- Bob Granberry, Steve Duchon, Head Coach Nick Coso, Blll Burd, McDonald, Dave Ash, Jeff Applegate, Greg Kowalczyk, Mark SECOND ROW: Chuck Evans, Tim Stanoal, Mike Govan, Mark Bob Outman, Tom Jendrowski, Mike Quador, Eddie Braden, uzma, Jeff Pierce, Dennis Kieleszewski, Bruce Smith. THIRD ROW: Brown, Pat Patterson, Charles Paul Smith, Timc Nicholaou, Doug Scott Myers, Joe Busonick, Milton Hall, Craig Lineberry, Mike mpson, Ernie Hudson, Jeff Pulllns, Darwin Breault. FOURTH ROW: Mike Pawuette, Tom Boykin, Tony Carroll, Steve Snyder, Dave Cannon, John Grab, David Sall, Willie Buie, Everrett Hicks, Bob Williams, Vito Lena, Dan Delamarter. FIFTH ROW: AssistantCoach Judd Folske, Assis- tant Coach Eldon Houston, Equipment Manager Neil Williams, Athletic Trainer Allyn Miller, Norm Vandermee, Terry McBride, Rich Haller, Tom Fertig, Bob Alger, Student Trainer Eric Podehl, Assistant Coach Jack Hinkle, Assistant Coach Roger Elford, Athletic Director Herbert Peter- son, and Sports information Director Tim Pendell. SPORTS! 143 ,fl 2 Willie Buie watches with antlcipation whlle the Ferris Danny Delamarter boots a record 50-yard field goal In the Bulldog win over Gr defense works. The season brought many surprises to other GLIAC coaches who recalled the O-10 record of the previous season. Because of the tremendous competition, spirit, and endurance exhibited by the Bulldog gridders all season, they posted a 2nd place GLIAC finish and just missed a chance to be in a four-way tie for first place in the Great Lakes conference. This was not to be because Northwood Institute defeated Saginaw Valley in a tight game 14-7. The last game of the season topped the Bulldog turnaround when they romped over St. Nobert College 42-0. "l'm very proud of our kids and their accomplishments this season," said Head Coach Nick Coso. "lt's basically the same group of guys that went winless last year, but they turned it all around and set records against mostly higher division schools." The '76' Bulldogs set or tied 19 grid records during the season. Many of these records were set by junior star running back, Chuck Evans who was elected to both NAIA and NCAA first All-American teams. In addition, Evans was selected as "Bulldog of the Week" six times while gaining 1,509 of his 2,515 career yards. 144!SPOFlTS Qilii Mike Thompson iTEl and Mike McDonald fTl clear the way touchdown. fo ,-. and FERRKS ui in fl .- K! .1 '. ' ""'5 N I-American Looks for Daylight ' 'W-1 Becoming Ferris' first lfirst-teaml All-American, Charlie Evans ran for 13 touchdowns while gaining 1,509 yards. !':5""5e an L . 7 W J 5, ' J , . , l ' 1 -. -, , fl - - 'Q ki XIV 1, A ' -'l. . I V X ' 1 A l ri! Y X 'E rv -'IU' 1' l I 9 5 Y Y V Q v .Qt 3 fill' pvlvpi I: , ,i 3.9. 'r'ifi'i!,4 ' -V 1 .11 is 4 wk X' L 1? A 0 I . y 3 aj. x '1 - 'V a ' . . " s ' 'V' t q r e i -, wr x -' - l its 1, V s 1,1 m, p 5' 1 Q 'S "' - - ' fM'ffif '11 f . iv, all il 4 girl? 17 1 .J an 5. 1. 'll , ,ah X, hm l L , I4 Hx A 4 ' - .x A x f 4 , U , X J , E 'iff' ' ' , at - v , -ST H - 1 A 1 Al .,.-'J .Ii F , J rr' .1 - Il F, 'H , J' lunn "-ianrh 'fn -' , .. --F -B X, "F -'yi .1 - ' 'Q,,.'fi 'kr ,f ir ff ...Z . A ls' xv- Q hu- 2.1 .ii ' .,,.. Q-fig I . ,A Q ,, .r.1. up Alvquih, ,, .',.,, , .s Q-Q.g,i,5,, ., ,F -.sm 'a5l""'X14,. 1 -l,- r M- . f 'vm :ff football team ls not complete wlthout the help of athletic trainers Doc" Miller and Eric "Cadillac Jack" Podehl. Ferris' blocklng specialist Tommy Prichard trys for another. SPORTS! 145 Nlck Coso won NAIA Coach of the Year honors with his team's dramatic turnabout. Steve Duchon, Bulldog quarterback, became the new FSC air king by tallying 126 pass completions with 8.24 yards per pass. ln the offensive department, the linemen who made it possible for Chuck Evans and Steve Duchon to post their records include: Bob Outman QGJ, Roger Mousseau QGQ, Eddie Braden QU, Mike McDonald QTL and Mike Thompson tTEj. Defensively for the FSC Bulldogs Greg Jurgonski led the team with 77 tackles and 41 assists followed by Bob Granberry with 51 tackles and 30 assists. The captains of this year's squad were Steve Duchon and Mike McDonald foffensivej, Bill Burd and Bob Granberry fdefensivey. Head Coach Nick Coso was named NAIA Coach of the Year and also shared GLIAC Coach of the Year honors. 146lSPORTS I v Ji With his receiver in sight Scott Myers gets ready to load. 4 S HU 4? A , Q ,, I Q .3 H - My-5. ' i , Getting the Bulldogs out of the deep, Joe Busonlck booms aw 8 X ', l 1 s ' f ' L' 4 ' K I. l ., 5.. . .gg . - A' Q 1 v , -Q as ,. A.,.' ' ' "B, wa 1 'ie ,iq T K. liifqhgise a q milf- . J V! L "i5?' -w4'5 g- 1. tv - J! YN' 'id l' K4 ..- I In nh- .' . Y. 'W l: .1-. w e fra is , 'l fi ' .5 s" ' ff, . J i- " ' fp g f :' ,JI rig 2,2 55? QQ '97-' '5""N1'kr'1--vi la' 564 Y J 9 If If' I " ' K N 1 ' f ' - ' ' ' r " ' - "3 1 4 ' U , Q Pr., sl: ' l Ll I I 1 K 1 5 -, , 1' . 7 , .,.. , - 'H X - if ' 1 ' 4 B- M 'lf "" l 9 f 1 , l PWA:-Q I g - . , , 1 H v 1. Y- V - W 1 af W' va.. .""" 1 5 A ' -ml, , h , . , , 1, 'L' Hz- L. g 7 ., ' ' " 3 7: "M".i fefi w 'F' . WP? .. -,.1.f- , ' ,-. l- -ff, .- . --. . W -I 1 51 , , 3, W . - Y A W in - ' " ' 1 - 12314 . NM I 2:35--,J . ' Q' ' fffqss vifef- -F-f1:Q...iT'iu' ,. I - , , , -.1 ,. -f JSA .-- ... 1-. . . A-fe.. s,-is aus. . '5Qf 1 ,.,,, In , -,dk -, pl - f , J- .- ..q,9lw, ., ' it . , mq1gAiT?g.,glEaif'-,W ,.l'.. ' -- . .V - 1 H h ., ,, - , U. , ' - - 9 .L vm - ,.,.-,,- ' .4 '- f -- l fam - . -le-, J .',, fag-.fer .. lv, . ,si-1 l an upset game, the Bulldog defense gave Grand Valley problems all game. The defense was always ready. I -.nn -la 11 -'1 1 1-I -.1 L11 553 .Fl 1 HE E??'f?+ Scoring 211 points this year, this scene was a common one for the offense. SPORTS! 147 'Q aw., . 1 , Ni 4. . . 1 .A 71-ri'E5,:?Lsi""'v':l:f-Q'...?U ., 5 , .-1 . '- fa: , 1+ , ' " .. ,l ' "flak" ' 4- 1, l A N , 'Ln "ek 'H -53- ' , .I - . L"V1fA -, ' -WI' - :ii 1,,-"'-n- 9 ' ' ff. 3 ' 'R' ' . 1 '- 5.-I ifofiiliijfiiftvz Ms. ' .1'4f3?fs'? 'VET ' .Qi quail' ,. Ee. as f .-- .g. 10517 5. 454 nic' 'wg A Sluggers GLIAC Champions 3rd Time BACK ROW: Fion Dillman, Head Coach Walt Piggott, Mark Newcom,Tim Neil Lewis, Ted lciek, Ed White. FRONT ROW: Dan Boylan, Bill Nickels, Pat McAllen, Greg Rambo, Joe Compton, Jim Schmitt, Kirk McDonald, Mike Love, Eric Hunting, Captain Mark Letavis, Pat Hooker, Assistant Coach Judd Folske. MIDDLE ROW: Larry Hailey, Kirk Trierweiler, John Gottschalk, Don Britton, Steve Rennhack. Kammer, Mark Caswell, Fred Morley, Tom Wallace, Rob Schurkamp, The 1976 Ferris State baseball team finished another fine season under the coaching of Walt Piggott. The Bulldog sluggers earned their third consecutive CLIAC and District 23 championship. Turning in fine performances and gaining honors for the team were first baseman Joe Compton who was named a second team NAIA All- American and a second team Academic All-American: also designated hitter John Gottschalk was named a first team Academic All-American. As a team the Bulldogs broke 16 school records and tied three others enroute to their successful 28-12-1 gift 57""'-rife? Q-Q season record. -Y' 5' "ii " so S. A' of --f- Nell Lewis throws his curve ball. 148!SPOFtTS. Mark Letavis reaches for a tag at third base. Piggott confers with Mark Letavis and Richard at Th9'fT'IOUI"Id. Joe Compton reaches for the ball which arrives too late. SPORTSH49 Katie Ryan tells the winning story with a victory smile. Softball Team Goes 4-8-O for Season The Ferris State women's softball team completed the 1976 season with an overall record of 7 wins and 12 losses. The state tournament accounts for 1 win and 2 of those losses. Conference record of 4-8 was good for a third place finish behind Grand Valley and Wayne State. There were 18 players awarded varsity awards. The softball team as a whole in the 1976 season had 123 hits in 525 times at bat. ln the balls and strikes department, the team took first base 69 times as opposed to striking out only 30 times. The Bulldogs finished at .234 for the season's batting average. Together the softball team stole bases 18 times. Katie Ryan led the Bulldogs' with 20 hits and was ac- countable for three of the 18 stolen bases. Karen Diedrich had the highest batting average twith ten or more at batsl at .365. Lois Hallifax was given the "good eye" honor for reaching first base at the op- posing pitchers sacrifice. Those receiving special awards were Gail Wojtowicz tCaptain awardl, Sue Walker tMost lmprovedj, Don- na Songer fMost Valuablel, and Vicki Kooiman fManagerJ. 150!SPORTS SF The much sought after home run hit is about to be a realization for Johnson. ,Z is jp. 'wi Gail Woltowicz becomes as solid as a rock as the Bulldog's catcher. .JW 1: . -Aisha su l,JE.i . wa .. 1 .-we 4,4 . fl! no doubt in Chris Davenport's mind that the LSSC After sliding into third Jean Jackson looks for another chance to advance. is out. Coach Monica Roberts, Donna Saunger, Lois Halllfax. ROW 2: Chris Davenport, Carol Bogard, Debbie Kathy Gromak, Karen Diedrich. ROW 3: Jean Jackson, Deb LeBlanc, Janie Robbins, Pam Jacobs, Gail Craig Johnson-trainer. ROW 4: Shelly Cobe, Vicky Johnson, Cathie Roberts, Sue Walker, Katie Ryan, Langin. SPOFlTSl151 in-ll.. Netters Place 5th I ri District 23 For Ferris Coach Dick Young and the members of the Men's Tennis team the 1976 men's tennis season was a bit of a disappointment by ending the year with a 2-7 record. The Ferris netters placed fifth out of eight teams in the 7th Ferris State College Invitational. In post- season play Ferris tallied 8 pts. in the tough competi- tion at the NAIA District 23 championship in which Alma College placed first and 5 pts. in Great Lakes Conference championship to place fifth in both tournaments. F"""" I ' Y .--""' L-. I." +4""""""7' ' .....- ff--'-""" ,,,...-... .v-v""' ,. . . ..v--.-- . ,Q """' E .....v+ Phil Chigi waits anxiously for the ball to return. o FRONT ROW: Dan Constaneda, Joe Alolvares, Phll Chigi, Dave Duane McKown, Ed Erickson, Bruce Martin, Coach Richard C. Smith, Rick McDonald. BACK ROW: Dave Fisher, Mike Ryan, Young. 152!SPOFlTS t"iN h""Wi.l' N.,-.4 .- -3 7 - "3 J-L' f ' 'IF' 5""'ffi!.,,g! ,551 'M 'fllwvwrfzfrm H nggg-if M' ,iw li "'- vv-'M-f G A0-0-o-A 9-4 -y-4- -0-vyem 1 0-Q-4-9+-+4-. I v-wr'-+-wsu-v ,-..-.-+n9+- , n... -.-4. ,Ar """'-' .4 ---1-4-or-v 4. Q..-5... .- 0 . .-.. Duane McKown shows an experienced backhand Outdoor Thinclads Take 2nd in NAIA District 23 F r' ' ' 5. l ., Q.- FIRST ROW: Steve Fountain, Bob Ewigleben, Kelsey Smith, John Dawe, Bill Marlin, J8I'l16S SCl'ii6f6f. Mike Marlin- THIRD FlOW2 Phil Tony Fleming, Bob Shemanski, M. Kanazo, Paul Delong. SECOND ROW: Dan BHKGLCHHFISY Evans. Randy Speckhard, Kim AI'n0ld. Greg Kevin Berg, Mark Herzog, Cindy Armock, John Hoekenga, Steve Nolan, Rex Schuberg, C0aCh Flay Helsing. John Dawe takes 5 between races, 1541 SPORTS Blll Hall hands off to teammate Hex Schuberg. Bob Ewigleben takes his last lap. Rex Shuberg breaks the string. The 1976 outdoor track team proved again their strength by finishing 2nd in the GLIAC and NAIA District 23. Under the coaching of Flay Helsing, the Bulldogs were able to win four out of their five dual meets, and they impressed their home fans by beating out six other teams to take first place honors at the FSC Invitational. The team's strength was in the running events. The runners were led by Tony "The Flea" Fleming who became Ferris State's first NCAA All- American at the Division Ill National Outdoor Track Championships. afgia , f ' gf it Z ' . v . ,yi-5.LH.k:15-5-4.1-a l f " 1 L L ' ,J IE' 4 .., ,. fa, ... vi 7 T ..- I 2' Bill Martin jumps the obstacle in the steeple chase. SPORTSI1 55 Basketball Team Victorious ir11976-197 P fin ER S YR Ferris State 1976-77 basketball team includes: tStandlng left to rightl JV coach Gary Waters, assistant coach Dean Davenport, Ted Bee, Dennis Bale, Andrew Clark, John Davis, Dan Murnane, Flon Hudson, Rim Herman and coach Jim Wink. tKneeling, left to From the season opening 72-69 upset over Mid-America Conference power Central Michigan down to the last game of the season, a 84-71 victory over Northern Michigan that clinched second place in the GLIAC, it was a "something special" season for the Ferris State cage squad which posted a 19-8 record. "We had a good bunch of kids who worked very hard and worked well together," explained Coach Jim Wink whose teams have amassed a 291-148 record over 18 seasons. Led by seniors Ted Bee and Tim Coletta who both made the All-NAIA District 23 and All-Conference squads, the Bulldogs turned a previous season 12-16 into a big winner. ERRI5- S ERR rightl Mike Stodola, Mike Ftekowski, Rocky Hester, Tim Byron Kramer and Bernard Walsh. Not included in photo Charley Lawrence, Marlon Mitchell and Bob Fowler. S I f s 1 561 S PO RTS --.-f? ' mx- , -.Q .- 3 . - .- 'Q if - 3 I 3-it-L Je " ' t A- ,V Eu' , . Y- .. ,Lift ', can X -' L bneii- if in ,., ' 'Y '-. -V 5 . 1 -f wg Z-,L--f , - .- T rf ,-'Lf '-,.-A .' - ' I Tim Herman gives Andrew Clark a helping han if 63 3A ev L-2 l -4. Dennis Bale shows a definite edge in rebounding on this Cen- tral player. Coach Jim Wink and Mike Stodola show the enthusiasm at Ferris games. Ccnffla' HQRRIS 40 -xml Hard-drlvlng Ted Bee moves to the basket against Central Michigan. SPORTS! 157 Ferris Upsets Central Michigan In Gpening Game Ferris Bulldogs show enthusiasm after upset vlctory agalnst Central. fER H 2 Q Tim Coletta makes his move around an opponent. A FERH Ev ilu-v Dan Murnane drives toward the basket. S 1HHH .1 -'JJ .,-ff ., - N-,Z 5,- Marion Mitchell takes a long outside jump shot. SPORTSH59 Cagers Gain Strength From Enthusiastic Crowds 160lSPORTS f - Q . . 4' ' but - f, -x I ...-. . HL.-Qi r fain, H E'40ff A s it s fs? ', I 'ir is, EVE! Ted Bee looks across court for a shot or a pass. On. The Pep Band keeps the spirit g I g .4-a-n"'B Tim Coletta shoots one of several crucial freethrows during the Spring Arbor games. 'ERR a 4'S N . Ted Bee drives to the outside while being carefully guarded. Marlon Mitchell shows the anguish of being fouled. SPORTSH61 Harriers Place 7th in NCAA r " W C F KNEELING: Gene Hardman, Randy Speckhard, Steve Fountaln, Dave Kennedy, Steve Ford, Coach Ray Helslng. STANDING: ITS . 'SC :fa Brad Vanderlaan, John Fox, Mlke Martln, Bill Martin, Dave Baker, Bob Ewlgleben, John Dawe, Blll McClintock. Ferrls runner John Fox shows a look of determination on the Ferris verslon of "Agony Hlll" 162!SPORTS The cross country runner is taken through all klnds of terraln as Br Vanderlaan flnds out. ni ,z..'f" 1" Fountain looks for the next opponent to overcome. 1 1 I V' X' fit I 341'-f l Y M f it Lg '--V35 , ,si ,glf - 1' Z, i f V 5 1 -ui -"ls 'f - . "Mc, ,' f' f I WT- 5? I 3'-qv '.,Q ' V ,- it Vg, xi I P '- Dave Baker strives to flnish as he sees the end in sight. Running the course many times by himself Bob Ewigleben leads the pack The Ferris State College cross-country team made its best national showing in the school's cross- country history at the NCAA Division Ill Cham- pionships in Cleveland, Ohio, by finishing seventh. "We are very proud of our team," said Ferris coach Ray Helsing. The top finisher out of the 42 team field was North Central College UIIJ with 120 points. Ferris State was seventh with 281 points. The Bulldog's Bob Ewigleben fsenior, Big Rapidsl missed All-American status by two seconds when he finished 26th with a time of 25.55. The top 25 striders in the event are selected All-American. Other Ferris State finishers were: Dave Baker f35thi in a time of 26:06, Mike Martin f91stl in 26:31, Steve Fountain i107thl at 26:37, Bill Martin f113thJ in 26:38, and Steve Ford f176thl and Bill McClintock f241stl. Last year the harriers placed 25th in the NCAA event out of 40 teams. The Bulldogs finished the season with a perfect 4-0 dual meet record with wins in the Ferris State, Hope, and Grand Valley lnvitationals, third place in the Great Lakes Conference and second in the NAIA District 23 championships. SPORTSH63 FIRST ROW: Marion Lucke, Pam Priest, Laurie Diephuis, Deb Sprague, Carol Bogard, Diane MacGregor, Katy Shuster SECOND ROW: Coach Monica Folske, Gail Wojtowicz, Cathie Roberts, Sharon Denniston, Julie Apei, Mary Jo S Greta Johnson, Cindy Plemmons. 5 SAW' 69961 th Q. . -, .4 3 The nucleus of the 1976 Volleyball team, Coach Monica Folske. Ghosh 164!SPORTS Concentration is necessary as Mary Jo Stepler conveys in her tepler ln action at the net Greta Johnson discovers how heights works to an ad- vantage. Freshmen Spikers Add Strength The Ferris State College volleyball teams, coached by Monica Folske, finished the 1976 season at 11-9 overall and 8-4 in the Great Lakes conference. The GLIAC final record was good enough to place the spikers in second place right behind unbeaten Grand Valley. Much of the team's success was attributed to an outstanding group of freshman led by Laurie Diephuis who received honors as the team's Most Valuable Player. Another freshman, Marion Lucke took the honors for Most Improved Player. This years squad had 14 varsity letter winners led by Cap- tain Cindy Plemmons. Cathie Roberts demonstrates her blocking ablllty. SPOFtTSl165 F "Nf"ff it KNEELING Left to Flight: Sue Walker, Deborah LeBlanc, Kathy Left to Right Ivy Horwitz, Debra Flltz. LSSIIG Speff. Connie CYOOK. Stroop, Kathy Buko, Carolyn Fuener, Vicki Shoemaker. STANDING Coach Harold Wisner. lt was a good season for the Ferris State College women's tennis team. The squad finished the season 8-3 overall and with a 7-3 record in con- ference action which was good for third in the tightly- contested Great Lakes Conference tennis cham- pionship. Two of the teams three losses were to cross-state rival Wayne State who won first place honors in the GLIAC conference. The 1976 team coached by Harold Wisner was led throughout the season by Kathy Stroop who earned Most Valuable Player honors. Deb LeBlanc took the honor for being selected captain by her teammates. Other awards were given to Connie Crook iMost lm- proved Playerl and lvy Horwitz iPresident's Academic Awardl. 166lSPORTS Connie Crook watches intently where she has placed the ball. Women Netters Look Good: Post 7-3 Season I 1 W- Yr Q 5' we 6 4 I , ' lf in Q 4 PF! Ai , . .L 9 it v u L ,,--pq .. . 4 . .. 1, 1 ,l law- 32517 " ,...f -. : All-l" -gs-tl .,. - . .- - fw ,. , ge . """""4,,-..,.' fa, .A-f : ,,F5Y'f1s" '1f"i'.?,3: ..-:,,,.u: 5 .1: , ,gf fx-oi.,:f1iJ.', Carolyn Fuener keeps her eye on the ball as she serves SPORTSH67 l l 1, , , , , -- .i FIRST ROW: Larry Wiernlk, Ray Samora, Mark Stanley, Skip Spencer, Jlm Heyboer, Rick Roman, Bob Rada, Mark Lehman, Steve Agema, Brian Smith. SECOND ROW: Brian Erdman, Ithley Van Hoop, Melvin Cljntle, Ron Hesse, Mike Dlendorf, Dave Steward, Mark Siegel, Mike Ely, Rob Carr, Sixto Laker, Rick Khouri, Bob Pupel, Dave Wagner, Tony McCrimmon, Charles Robertson, Coach. - 1. I f :- I e .H rf' f-df Jr. ' .i W .,,, i Y . y X ' X79 ' , L if X Wd, 5 51.45 Q . ,- 168lSPOFlTS Ray Samora outwlts his opponent for ball possession. t v - , Nw.- '+-'N-A 4 Dave Wagner demonstrates one of the Important aspects soccer, ball control. 53?-T5 .itaii ai, .. Q65-'f ,,.,.,,,, P 1 V f ' ,. " - 1 :',,:" .- - l 3, --'...---4 x f-'-:f-2,1--' . -mac , .fa -T' U . --' - wr V." - --E- .f 1 - M I M 1...- B - 5- - - ,. Mark Siegel dlSplayS 100W 6ff0I'! while ln h0t pUl'SUl'l of Flatt- I , Y F ' l 1 2 T at ' f ali-'Els a-Us V "-T """'y, l A vin Cljntje, San Chan, Mark Lehman and Bob Fteda confer on the ldog game winning strategy. Soccer Club l-las Winning Season Beginning the third year of competition the Ferris State Soccer Club sought to improve on its previous two year record of O-14-2. And improve they did by ending the 1976 season with a 6- 2-1 record. "lt just has been an excellent season," reflected Coach Charles Robertson. Steady improvement together with team spirit and enthusiasm combined to make this a fine season for the soccer club. Freshman Melvin Cijntje led the Ferris State Club with 10 goals in 9 games followed by Ron Hesse with five. Statistics also show the Bulldog kickers outscored their opponents 24-17. SPORTS!169 170!SPOFiTS 1- L T0 Fl: Scott Erickson, Baker Maddera, Claude Christensen, Ed Gore, Frank Floss. Golfers Take 'lst in District 23 The golf squad improved their mark from last year with the help of three returning Iettermen and two golfers from the Professional Golf Manage- ment program at Ferris. The bright spot of the season was Ferris beating out nine other teams to take first place honors at the NAIA District 23 tourna- ment held at Ferris' Katke Golf Course. While Ferris also finished third in the GLIAC they failed to make the cut for the NAIA Nationals. Baker Maddera prepares to follow through after hlttlng the If -Less . ,4 , -,. T... IH Golfers have to go to practice any way they can. 4,-rf-f --1.Lfr-f-r-:T-E-.4-...V-x---J-v + -Aff-if--f. -7: . f -T , , - ' 3 .g1u,I,..',1-. . y -- iigsf' , 1' ' -W ' 5375 'E J 4 A Jlm Lasowskl winds up his drlvlng swing. 4 Coach Jim Wink tries to Improve hls game. SPORTSI171 1 72! S PORTS FRONT: Deb Sprague, Sharon Solack, Denise Martin, Mary Pratt, Chris Davenport, Leanne Manoski. BACK: Coach Folske, Sandy Siegert, Paulette Hendricks, Tanya Johnson, Sue Topolnicki, Brenda Hoffner, Linnell Jones, Assistant Doyle, Manager Cathie Roberts. Aw toxin Paulette Hendricks, shoots for two, despite being closely guarded. .. With outstretched hands, Sue Topolnicki shows defensive effort. f3"" ' DO Jones shows her iumping ability, as she takes a lump Women Cagers Face Challenging Season "I said at the beginning of the season that this is the best women's basketball team we've put on the floor at Ferris, and l still think so," said Coach Monica Folske. After an 8-7 season and a fourth-place Q6-6l finish in the potent Great Lakes Conference, nothing happened to change Folske's mind. ln five of the seven losses this season, the women's squad lost by only an average of four points. Some outstanding players from this season's team spell a bright future for the Bulldogs. All- time leading scorer Tanya Johnson, came on strong, while rookie Linnell Jones led the pack in scoring with an 18.4 average. Sophomore stars included Brenda Hoffner and Sandy Siegert. v i l' tearing through the defense, Brenda Hoffner completes this . n 1 ,Q l llel A place where games can be won or lost, Chris Daven- port shoots from the free throw line. SPORTSH73 Coming off "the best indoor track season ever," in 1976 which saw 11 records broken and three trackmen named All-Americans, head coach Ray Helsing looked for a tough season. Helsing predicted, "Because of our youth and inexperience, we'll get stronger as our season goes along." But the team jelled quickly and just into the second meet the Bulldogs' qualified two members for the NAIA national meet, pole vaulters Dave Dickmeyer and Dana Hill. ln all, the Ferris State team added three others to the NAIA meet. Bill Hall 1600 yard runj, Steve Fountain imile runj and Dave Baker itwo-mile runj also qualified for national competition. During the season the Bulldog tracksters placed well in some of the early meets jEastern Michigan University ln- vit., Western Invitational, and the Michigan State Flelaysj and finished a respectable 4th in the NAIA District 23 meet. The hand-off can mean the difference between first and third place. Kurt Brlntllnger and Mike Pavlovich complete a clean exchange. 174lSPOFlTS Kurt Brlntllnger ls thinking "kick, kIck," to complete his jump. Gary Traylor strains for those extra inches as he flys through the air ln t long jump. in ll ml rs' " f rand ni 5 lv, Eg: Tl?AL':' S THA? 3 nfl", ROW lL-Rl James Johnson, Tim Michell, Dennis Ftennhack, Mlke Guelde, Mike Kelly, Bill Hall, Steve Mitchell, 2nd Hinsdale lasst. coachl, John Klever, Steve Fountain loo Greg Jensen, Dana Hall, Kurt Brintlinger, Matt Edlnger, Gary Dave Baker fco-captainl, Phil Delong, Dan Yuhn, Steve Ford, Dave 71 .ar- Edlnger uses a good follow through for extra distance. pawn,- Bob Titus, Bill McClintock, Flandy Speckard, Keith Morrell lasst. coachl. 3rd ROW-Mitch Morey, Dan Webb, Jim Dattie, Dave Mohre, Dale Lee, Mike Pavlovich, Bill Martin, Paul Schulz, Gene Hardman, Ray Helsing fcoachl, Steve Noland lasst. coachl. Stamina is the key to a good distance race as Mike Martin knows. SPORTSX1 75 Q v:f.'J'g"i50 ' - -1 'Q 1 1 -f :Pl '. .f L5 ' 5 ,s 4 ' ' aiu l , 1 1 Ferris Iceman eek Post-Season Tournaments In only their second year of varsity competition, the Ferris State icemen received an invitation to participate in the NAIA nationals in Superior, Wisconsin. The freshmen-dominated squad was ousted by a team from Gustavus Adolphus but Coach Rick Duffet said, "We'll be back," as he looked to the next hockey season. The 1976-77 icemen compiled a 17-4-1 record. Added to his rookie season record, ice mentor Duffett has given the team a 32-10-1, 2-year record. Two stars who will be missed next year are goalie Dave Swierpel and senior center Neal Leonhard. . There's no stopping Ed Turner as he winds up for this slap I. " a. imc:-1 X Dan Olmstead tenses for an ensuing face-off. .19 176lSPORTS Bulldog icemen storm ROW-QLeft to Righty Dan Villenauve, Chuck Hasse, Brian Norm Gomolak, Dave Swierpel, Neal Leonhard, Scott , Jerry DiRusso, Keith Bullard. MIDDLE ROW fLeft to Righty Miller, mgr., Paul Stevens, mgr., Tim Swailes, Ted Zofchak, Merritt, Ed Turner, Ron Andrejewski, Tim Smith, Dave Short, Trembath, assistant coaches Paul Jollineau and Dennis 'L X 1 V-Y, Olmstead. TOP ROW-fLeft to Righty Equipment mgr. Laurie Faith, Bob Heath, Danny Olmstead, James Enright, Robert Bray, Steve Lozon, Nelson Yanick, Dan Locke, Dan Heileman, Dave Little, Perry Zoldak, Ken Gaetano and coach Rick Duffett. Not pictured-Jim Capy, Gary Chiccarelli, Rick Maki. Jef" A . x X ,N 1, ,- ,AJ Q ,, Lf Ted Zofchak gets ready to control a faceoft. , ff 3 , 2--,Y X f"' iid 2' . vi Steve Lozon reacts with the usual jubllation after another Bulldog goal. SPORTS!177 Exif' 1-t ' ,.?'i'l':F'1'5 Lvffii' ' I lj rj -v '41 - rl, F 'f,I'Y Chuck Hasse looks on as a puck gets by Rlck Mahu. ,o-msg, '-X .. 3 0 3 'LEM , 'xi' 5 V , 0: X 1 '-4' , ,, V W 'Q 'F Ed Turner gets the crunch treatment from two opposing players. 178!SPOFiTS 9 -unf- In if vt' 4 Ted Zofchak QGTS F93 lcemeri Skate to Victory Coach Jim Duffett looks with concern as he changes lines. . U1-A .7 'x R -1-in-unq... "MA , .I f. - s..-4 51' N w-1 g A 1. wad' Q a slap shot. Dave Swierpel stands guard over his goal. SPORTSH79 Grapplers F-Rebuild and I-lang Tough l- 'I' fl-ry FRONT ROW: Fred Rieth, Cralg Robinson, Leon Scott, Dave Harr, Jim 0'Shea BACK ROW: Ed Rugenstein, Ronald Matten, Don Dobbink, Bill Tulip, Jim Johnson, Paul Sipiala, Paul Nolton A solid crew of eight returning lettermen and a promising crop of freshman were the nucleous of the 1976-1977 Ferris State College wrestling team. "This is the most returning lettermen we've ever had," commented Bulldog wrestling mentor, Tom Kerns. Looking for one more monogram was veteran Senior Steve Ley, a 3- time letter winner, who was lost early in the grappler's season. Ley just missed all- American honors last season. Head Coach Tom Kerns, who started the Ferris State wrestling program in 1969, with a 7-1 record and a District 23 title led this year's 36- member squad. Regulars included Paul Deprola, Craig Robinson, Ron Matten, Ed Rugenstein, Jim O'Shea, Fred Reith, Bill Williams, Mark Candy, Perry Fisk, and Paul Notton. 180lSPOFtTS Ed Rugensteln, Ferris heavyweight, tries to fllp and pin his opponent Perry Fisk puts a painful move on his opponent. Jim O'Shea tries a move which might pin his opponent. Blind wrestler, Paul Sipiala, suceeds in staying on top. SPORTSH81 Tenkers Set New Records 'VP V157 ' " ' V at-i s- o- ' --:gg-. w .J 1 1.. ' -4-f-V " .' fre-t-ff' V rem- 7 ,Q -- at ' -'fd' .k5 h .f " -: ""':... A N 'gc' 2 ykgyt ., 4. V 5, t gr r t 1-f-Yf.fI.t2f-:ms r ' " H 3- -' ., - M1 ."+. . 1 .Je ,- 1 '-'v .51 f-...- AH ' l'1ii.0'l 'Pdf' X vmz' ' ffhx, 3 We.-1. .H Lffs-sin-., ff ,, A ' ' n L ' -2F.x.5Fss:.'g.k.., - . x '2- Bob F-leda splashes home in the challenging, butterfly event. S :if 1-4LN-":e- wl"' -1? ,"'7!L?i?l55':,-,-:':'-V-'57 - N 'Q -Y xt ga' S".--G-'N Q- -L 1 n "if f ' Tj ,'. '- "" 1. -faal 'if T-"K X15 ,' 'W-1-. ' " :j e V, '-T 1 ,ar ,Vw --"..fa-nut 'i ' .' -'Q , " "'e"' Je- i ,.,....h , - -., A-1 f- ' gf? "' at -' "' -ei 'ti-. 'K' ar' ,gnc A 5-. 182!SPOFlTS Barry Popma cheers on hls fellow teammates. Bob Rucha uses that extra effort to touch the wall flrst. ROW: Pete Dyas, Dan Magennls tAsst. Coachi, Jon Joyce, Dave Rod Stewart, Bob Fieda, Ken Wilson, Jerry Novakoskl, Bob Flucha, Barry John Matson, Gayle Perron, Steve Burciaga, Carolyn Gilfreld Popma, Greg Saxton, Bruce Wyckoff, Bob Hall, Brett Stevens, Paul Coachj, Judy Katona, Craig Nichoson, Mark Szublnski. SECOND Bomers, Brad Erdmann, Phil Clelland, Dennls McEwan, Kerry Kreuger, Tom Love, Dave McGrath, Kevln Stokes iMgr.i, Steve Converse, Neal Barror, Dave Holman. Mind and body FSISXSUOFI Is llT'lp0Ff8nf before 8 l'8C6. "Our goal this year is to beat our best times and qualify some people for the nationals", said Ferris State swimming coach, Carolyn Gibfreid as the 1976-77 season got un- derway. With 15 returning lettermen and some sparkling freshmen, the swimmers looked forward to a com- petitive year. The Bulldogs tankers set new school and pool records. Freshmen Phil Clelland started early, destroying previous marks in 200 yard individual medley and the 500 yard free style. Senior Barry Popma received the distinction of representing Ferris State at the NAIA nationals. Many other individual stars led the Bulldogs squad to their best dual meet record in FSC swim- ming. The 9-3 finish saw no less than 26 records broken or tied. SPORTS! 183 6 X BVd . ' V IR u t 'Z gil -.1--3 qik, - , RPABSX Veteran skler Bob Cole demonstrated his ablllty ln the men's giant slalom. Sometimes more than the sklis hit the slopes, as Sheri Dentel finds out. 1841 EVENTS Chris Richards employs the leaning technique to reduce valuable 1 Z ii ll Brian Groenevelt, Tom Morris, Sue Gruisinger, Herb Olson, Sheri Dentel, Chris Richards, Coach Gordon Llndland at the starting gate, a Ferris skier gets ready for a flashing run the slalom course. The Ferris State ski team, coached by Gordon Lindland, showed steady improvement throughout the whole 1977 season. Competing as far away as Lacrosse, Wisconsin and as near as Thompsonville, Michigan the ski team took on tough challenges in the multi team meets. ln the nine-meet season, the Bulldog skiers placed sixth or better racing against schools like University of Minnesota at Duluth, University of Michigan, Michigan State, Northern Michigan and many others. The meets consist of each team racer taking a number of runs in both giant slalom and slalom competition. The men and women on the team skied in both. Team members include: James Berry, Robert Cole, Bryan Groenevelt, Steve Hovie, Thomas Morris, Herbert Olson, Christine Richards, Michael Slonaker, Patrick McNamara, Craig Dudley, Susan Gusinger, and Sheri Dentel. SPORTS! 185 Fall Spirit 1976 Fall Cheerleadlng Squad-Richard Walczak, Sue Wlnston, Connie Accorsi, Jan Vohlken, Debbie Redmond, Michele Townsend, Sue Mahoney, Kendall Reeves, Cathy Cook, Mark Szubinski. The cheerleader advisor is Denise Kruger. ii we 5 I 1 nl' ' SK 9. i -L T F. if "'f,l . ,i 13. ll B K fx O . l X, J 'r X F The Bulldog cheerleaders prepare for the 1976 Homecoming Parade. 186!SPORTS ,rl ' v 9 are N1 . - f iii X l.f Debbie Redmond and Richard Walczak demonstrate the Bulldog spirit. . A New and Beautiful Spirit ard work, conditioning and endless practice produce the nlished routines of the varsity cheerleaders. Each girl ust pass a competitive screening before joining the elite uad. yan? IME .jd 7 - ----- - ' 5 -- Y-...,,-, , ' rx ,, V 'wh l L 'if sp "1 'ii fs. -11- The "pyramid mount" ls one of the Bulldog cheerleader specialties. 1976-77 Ferris State Winter Cheerleaders Mary Porter Jan Vohlken Sue Mahoney Jeanne Dunlap Sylvia Nichols Michelle Townsend Sue Winston Sue Denis SPORTS! 187 1976-1977 Scoreboard FSC 4 10 4 8 21 8 14 3 14 10 '23 4 3 8 22 5 11 8 0 5 10 188lSPOFlTS 1976 Football FSC OPP. 7 UW-Platteville 20 41 Northeastern IL 3 38 St. Joseph's 30 20 Wayne State 12 26 Grand Valley 23 14 Hillsdale 36 0 Northwood 23 7 Michigan Tech 39 24 Saginaw Valley 23 42 St. Norbert 0 3-2 12nd Placej in GLIAC 1976 Baseball Tri-State Tri-State St. Joseph's St. Joseph's Indiana Tech. indiana Tech. Taylor Univ. Taylor Univ. Grand Valley St. Grand Valley St. Wayne St. Wayne St. Calvin Calvin Hope Northwood Northwood Notre Dame Spring Arbor Spring Arbor Grand Valley sr. 2 8 OPP. 10 2 1 6 2 2 9 4 9 3 6 4 9 5 12 4 4 0 10 5 4 6 8 1 6 4 3 8 8 17 10 6 4 8 2 5 6 0 9 1976 Women's Softball FSC OPP 9 Calvin 0 Calvin 0 Grand Valley 1 Grand Valley 1 Wayne State 0 Wayne State 8 Calvin 3 Grand Valley 4 Wayne State 26 Lake Superior 16 Lake Superior - 1 1 Wayne State 3 Wayne State 7 Grand Rapids JC 7 Grand Rapids JC 1 Grand Valley St. 0 Grand Valley St. 16 Lake Superior St. 11 Lake Superior St. 3rd in GLIAC Grand Valley St. Oakland Oakland Wayne State Wayne State Northwood Northwood Aquinas Alma Alma Oakland Oakland Central Mich, Hillsdale Hillsdale Spring Arbor Aquinas Aquinas Lewis Univ. Anderson 28-12-1 overall Dist. 23 winner l 34, 3 4 2 0 7 7 5 l 5 15 10 O 4 8 2 7 1 7 3 7 10 'fx .ff f i ' ' . fi .4 4 ,... .-1, X f 1976-1977 Scoreboard 1976 Cross-Country FSC 24 Spring Arbor 16 Grand Valley 20 Aquinas 19 Detroit 'lst FSC lnvt. 1st Hope lnvt. 1st Grand Valley lnvt. 2nd in District 23 3rd in GLIAC Conf. 7th in NCAA Div. Ill Championships 15th in Notre Dame lnvt. 1976 Outdoor Track 1st FSC lnvt. 1st at Findlay, Ohio 2nd Hillsdale Relays 2nd NAIA Dist. 23 2nd GLIAC Conf. OPP. 35 42 41 43 1976 Men's Tennis FSC OPP. 1 Northwood 8 7 Aquinas 2 0 Eastern Mich. 9 0 Henry Ford C.C. 9 9 Aquinas 0 O Alma 9 0 Wayne State 9 2 Spring Arbor 5 2 Hillsdale 6 5th in district 5th itiel in GLIAC 5th in FSC lnvt. SPORTSI1 89 190!S PO RTS Soccer Club 1976 Alma College Northwood Central Michigan Delta Calvin College Grand Valley Calvin Northwood Grand Valley 1976-197 Alma lnvit 5th place 321 321 Bay Valley lnvt. 2nd place Furniture City Invt. lst place WMU Invt. 5th place 344 1-2 overall lst in NAIA District 23 3rd in GLIAC 0 2 0 1 3 2 5 4 0 7 8 5 6 0 6 0 6 3 8 2 6 3rd in GLIAC 1976 Golf Saginaw Valley Northwood Inst. Grand Valley Women's Tennis 1976 Lake Sup. St. Northwood Muskegon C.C. Grand Valley Eastern Mich. Lake Sup. St. Wayne St. Muskegon Hillsdale Northwood Wayne State Oakland U. 7 Scoreboard Women's Basketball FSC OPP 92 Montcalm C.C. 38 60 Grand Valley 69 64 Oakland 69 75 Wayne State 59 74 Sag. Val. COTJ 70 70 Northern Mich. 52 81 Lake Superior 74 80 GRJC 65 55 Grand Valley 58 67 Oakland 70 91 Wayne State 60 74 Lake Superior 69 61 Saginaw Valley 59 66 Northern Mich. 63 66 Eastern Mich. 68 is-e in GLIAC, 4th placel January 15 22 29 February 5 12 19 25 26 V A March 15 19 24 Hockey FSC OPP. 4 UM-Dearborn 2 8 UM-Dearborn 0 1 Northern Michigan 14 5 Ul-Chicago Circle 5 10 Ul-Chicago Circle 4 19 NE Illinois 3 19 NE Illinois 1 11 UM-Dearborn 1 15 Lewis 3 13 Lewis 0 6 Lake Forest 2 0 Lake Forest 6 4 Chicago State 2 8 Chicago State 7 3 Ul-Chicago Circle 1 2 Ul-Chicago Circle 4 4 Lake Forest 0 3 Lake Forest 2 8 Lewis 1 2 Chicago State 1 6 Chicago State 3 3 Gustavus Adolphus 1First round 10 NAIA National Championshipst Indoor Track Eastern Michigan Invitational Spring Arbor Invitational andfor University ot Michigan Ferris Open Meet Western Michigan Invitational Michigan State Relays NAIA Dictrict 23 at Spring Arbor Eastern Michigan Track Classic andlor NAIA Nationals at Kansas City Ferris Classic GLIAC at Ferris Eastern Michigan Relays I I' 1976-1977 Scorebcard QMS ' -.951 FSC W W W W W L W L L 10919901-TITS 1976 Volleyball 1976-1977 Scoreboard Wrestling FSC 3 SW Mich. Tourn. 13 Olivet 32 Lewis 0 Grand Valley 49 Alma 40 Moody 47 North Park 23 Carthage 20 Sag. Val. 6 Lake Superior 3 Michigan Tech 39 Hope College Placed 9 of 6 GVS Tournament Placed 6th within GLIAC Hillsdale Northern Michigan Lake Superior Wayne State Delta College Central Michigan Northern Michigan Wis.-Stev. Pt Lake Sup. St. Swimming FSC 67 Calvin 73 Albion 114 GRJC 72 Oakland C.C. 69 Kellogg C.C. 65 Calvin 40 GRJC 62 Alma 91 Lansing C.C. 91 Kellogg C.C. 57 Alma 32 Kalamazoo Finished 9-3 in duals if 4. West. Mich. Hillsdale Wayne State Grand Valley Alpena C.C. Delta College Schoolcraft C Oakland Oakland Grand Valley 1976-1977 Scoreboard FSC Men s Basketball Central Mlchlgan Northeastern OPP Central State tOHl Aurora QILJ Saginaw Valley Aquinas St Olaf KMNJ St Cloud QMNJ Northern Colorado Grand Valley Oakland Spring Arbor Hillsdale January 15 22 29 February 5 12 19 26-27 Skiing Crystal Mtn. Lacrosse, Wis. Pine Mtn. Crystal Mtn. Cliff's Ridge NCAA Quallfie Crystal Mtn. f 98 74 97 51 69 63 77 92 96 86 88 58 84 76 6th Sth 4th 4th 4th 1 Oth 3rd Northwood Wayne State Saginaw Valley Northern Mich. Lake Superior Grand Valley Oakland Wayne State Hillsdale Northwood Lake Superior Saginaw Valley Northern Mich. Saginaw Valley 70 77 81 50 63 B9 72 64 78 81 85 70 71 78 sf-31' SPORTSH93 194!SPORTS .1iwQg'fI I-IVI Gaining Everybody's Interest The most popular activity on the Ferris State cam- pus is the intramural sports program. Hundreds of teams fdorms, fraternities, sororities, in- dependentsi compete with each other for fun and physical fitness. Teams take part in sports such as touch football, tennis, bowling, softball, basket- ball, track, swimming, hockey, and broomball. Along with rising participation in Co-Ed sports a new game has been introduced, broomball. Broomball is played on the ice, with a ball the size of a softball and the players use a broom to ad- vance the ball. The players are only allowed to wear tennis shoes. SPOFlTS!195 'Q' ' flings?-2!Yf?'l ' , lg wigs.. ' Ma we Q 5532 W me , H5922 sl. Intramural Sports Have Participants . . "' 11Ts"'11 fkggfm As Well As Spectators it A KV,: . 198lSPORTS Participate In Farris Intramurals .32 For An Adventure In College Life dnl Xrr -7 1 S.. wx- " ab, . zf"' ,L Lx A 'W ...f..i,,L X f wif 1752553 ' 3 J Q N. , , H f' -,,x,. ', 1 . U f. af 'va As P22 ' u N. 5- :-f" - 'lx . , -.. '.: a 'M -'-k n x. N -. .1 - a 'K -.,1,- . n fi, -fi J . ,r 4 ,M X L , . 2. , -. f 5 I Ji!! ' . ..-,WI--,f. Y L SPORTSI1 99 200!STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LLLILEUE. Agn Pix: , ,.' 1 .5 -' N a 4" fs hw w - 1 'r wi '- ' ar- AP ,wk Y . l '.. n. .ji 4 r - - QQ' V ,xr , s9h, ,. ,rf 'Ft' -f vr "W d"1 H' f ..-flAX,, 1 3, YJ, 1 . 'Ha pl , .W- , "5 V. K., u .,.. ,. 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N ir' , ' 511: , ,V w ESX v.iF3'fr lx Y' u - 1'i"v , sz ,in S I , +1 +I- Q- gd' '1 , 'Nfi V "' 1'-""" A kb 3 fl ww' A! gil A H. ,-1,2 A-f ,, I 22 W 41.34,-new 721. fi, ' 3 ' 'V , 1 4, Q. 'L 1 ss ip Ikill 'Q . sul flu: 1 I' .JFS -. ' 'W -XX they had me standing on my ovvn. -by John Lodge STUDENT LIFEl221 222!ORGANlZATIONS HRGZFAMNIHZLATUQDMQFS3 l 1 I ',.. Q W. ! FIRST ROW: E. Yvonne Lewis, Nancy Leeman, Diane Sawyer, Tami Doons, Kim Halverstadt, Mary Ellen McDonald, Sue Ander- son-Secretary, Terry Eagle, Phil Janness-V.P. SECOND ROW: Teri Spears, Ty Collins, Joe Hibberd, Jack Wen-Treasurer, Ed Mitchell-Pres., Thomas Walsh-advisor. THIRD ROW: Al Hass, Jim Davis, Al Whitmyer, Roger Swartz, Paul Green, Dale Schiff, Grunst-Administrative Assistant. FOURTH ROW: Mike Sawyer, Howard, Pat Hudson, Doug Dobbie, Steve LaPonsie, Steve Martin, Jackson. Action in Governmen Associated Student Government is the voice of the students on campus. lt consists of elected senators representing each academic school. The group is headed up by an executive board which includes an elected presi- dent and vice-president plus appointed officers. ASG conducts its business through six committees. Each senator must be a member of one committee, but the committee membership is not restricted to only senators. Any student can be a member of any senate committee. ASG holds campus-wide elections for Pres., V.P., and senate each spring. Elections are preceded by a 3-week campaign during which hopeful candidates spend much 224lORGANIZATIONS Characterizes AS time, effort and money to obtain victory. ASG is perhaps the one student organization wh strength can be most accurately and directly measured its student support. It exists to stimulate stud fellowship and student activities. Thoughts and ideas exchanged among the group to provide Ferris stude with the best possible living conditions, curricula, facu and educational facilities. ASG Executive Committee Takes e Break et Schubergs silgfl ,Lg 5 s 5.4 ti ' .ifffr s z Ii Y I W x w 4' is 1 ! 4:-r J "S- ANDING Phil Janness-Vice-President, Brad Lonsberry-Com- Walsh-Advisor, Dave Grunst-Administrative Assistant, Sue Ander- Director, Lori Jorgensen-Treasurer. SEATED: Tom son-Secretary, Ed Mitchell-President. ORGANIZATIONS!225 Inter-Varsitv En riches lts Mem bers' Lives ROW 1: Dave Darby, Diane Brown, Mary Williams, Doug Gillespie. ROW Fish' Delofes G90f99r Kay COOK. Paul JBHSOTI. Paul Stevens. ROW 2: Diane Slnsabaugh, Rochelle Provencher, Sue Loney, Linda Asplund, Dan- Jeff Wood- Kris Kuna- Jim Hayward, SUB AFFHDFUSTGF. Bill Debbie Johnson, Barb Nutter, Vicki Place, Dan Biller, Mark Locker. Mike Bouthmief- ROW 51 Mike Ve"M9"9Sr Phi' HaY9Sr KHTIW Row az Gloria Henry, Suann Feakken, Sherri Zlegner, Janet coupii, Deb John Swuimeyer, Sue Martin. member Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is a branch of an national organization in existence at Ferris for 12 The group's aim is to enrich the religious, intellectual, social life of its members. It is involved in spreading beliefs to the students on campus. Besides the meetings ICF has Bible studies, weekend and retreats. 226!ORGANIZATlONS w , nf .3-'G V 9' 1 gif:-fgtm if ROW 1: 1. Tom Giles, 2. Denise Wolfe, 3. Tim Gray, 4. Keith Tallmadge-Treasurer. ROW 2: 5. Barry Walters, 6. John Boyle, 7. Frank Wilson, 8. Woodle Capron, 9. John Green, 10. Steve Chenoweth-President. ROW 3: 11. Carmi Bond, 12. Jeff Duncan, 13. Russ Davies, 14. Russ Fransted. ROW 4: 15. Jeff Sowers, 16. Kevin Kane, 17. Cathy Cuneo. Golf Through Education Association was founded and organized by the first PGM class in 1975 at Ferris. A small number of in- terested students formulated the ideas behind the PGMSA and it has grown with much enthusiasm since its conception. Golf Management is developed to promote the academic achievement, golfing skills, and social welfare of its members. I3 8 I7 fi 3 The Professional Golf Management Student C7 5 2 4 I - I0 For the year the group had lectures, films, field trips, a PGM book exchange, study sessions, and social events. ORGANIZATIONSIZ27 Public Administration Forum Students enrolled in a General Education Administration program are eligible to join the Public Administration Forum. The club has given insight to these students as to what they can expect upon graduation in their chosen endeavors since its founding in November of 1971. Besides operating the coffee shop in the Starr Building on the second floor, the Public Administration Forum planned club parties, spring banquets, and offered assistance to underprivileged children in Mecosta County. Cindy Fick-Treas., Andy Coggins-V.P., Flick Minkin-Pres., Sue Gillespie-Sec. 'F af: I4 QA J' SEATED: Cindy Fick, Sue Gillespie. STANDING: Rick Mlnkln Ron Johnson Andy Cogglns Mike Loucks Al Lendzion Kim Novara, Tim Fohey, Dr. Hodges, Tyrone Collins. 228!OFlGANlZATlONS The Young Catholic Students is a religious organization rvhose purpose is to enrich the faith and life of Catholic and non-Catholic students alike at Ferris' State College Lhrough spiritual activities, educational programs and social functions. Anyone who desires to join is welcome. The group purpose centers around what the students are nterested in. g foung Catholic Students is a new group on campus that started last fall with about ten members and the help of father Paul. Their membership has increased to forty nembers and is still growing. prayer workshop, retreats and Bible studies were some the spiritual activities the members participated in. programs included three-week classes on Morality and special films and speakers. also enjoyed a Christmas party and caroling, entry. 5?- YCS Centers suppers, tobogganing, and building an ice car- C n .--.lx TED Left to Right: Dee Eagle, Mary Reilly, Mary Fran Kearney, Joan Robin Jarrad, Larry Jensen, Cathy Gember-Chairman of Programs, Joe Zummo-Chairman of Spiritual Activities, Willison--President, Marianne Horvath-Chairman of Social Pat Andrie. Rochelle Provencher, Anita Drouse, Marie Becky Chaney. STANDING Left to Right: Mary Witucki, Sister -Q.f'?t2r pw' 1 4, t -4 Jane Sugrue-Advisor, Terry Eagle, Cathy Swiderek, Sue Polich, Sandy Peffer, Jami DaDan, Greg Huss, Ken Wielfaert, Dolores George, Pat McKenna, Dr. Gordon Golder-Advisor, Father Paul Milanowski. NOT PICTURED: Carolyn Allen, Tom Arend, Dianne Balk, Laurie DeCorte, Beatrice Deel, Maureen Doyle, Brian Harms, Marie Kurilchik, Roland Lee, Lynn Maizer, George Oberdorf, Tom Peck, Anne Marie Westlund. OFtGANIZATIONS!229 ROW l: Alan K. Gunnill, Jane Wiers, Nancy Galvin, Terry Eagle, Pam Young, Marion Scott, Lynn Dassel. ROW ll: Ellen Kulie, Cindy R. Cleveland, Emma Moragne, Advisor, Shari Srmek, Diane Coleman, Lynne Gosline, Julie Williams, John McSweeney. ROW Ill: Robert Jeffs, Donald Jelen, Sheryl Scarlett, Karen Sherman, Irene Schiler, Leonard W. Harris, Marie E. Kurilchik, Roy W. Brown, Bruce Hamilton. FS EA Continues As a Forward Moving Organization 230!OFtGANlZATlONS i l l The Food Service Executives Association is a professiona organization with National and International affiliations. Their purpose is to combine learning experience in an tracurricular atmosphere and to serve as a social sion of the Food Service and Hospitality programs. The most popular activity of the FSEA is their sales held each quarter. A wine tasting night is also planned for winter quarter. The two highlights for quarter are the annual spring banquet and Restaurant Association Show held at McCormick Place Chicago. A member must be a student in the Food Service Hospitality Management programs and carry a 2.0 point average. ln 1967 the students in the Food Service program saw need for a social extension. They organized under name of Epicureans which means "one of refined taste eating and drinking." Miss Mildred Omlor was the advisor. Then in 1972 with the help of Mrs. Ruth organizer, Mrs. Emma Moragne, advisor, and students they sought alfilliation with a National tion. They received a Junior Branch charter through West Michigan Branch of Food Service Association that year with 28 charter members. Since time the club has continued to be a forward n organization and a positive influence on students in Food Service and Hospitality Management Programs. FIRST ROW: Tom Cruikshank, Mike Hutchins, John Thomas Weber, Soloman Harge-Vice President, Antonio Ven- tocilla-Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mr. Russell Moffett-Sponsor, Ellen Marie Krulchlck-Secretary, John Verhey-Treasurer, Gary Kramer, Ann Marie Madden-President, George Anthony, Beth Bernthal. I . x I 'kzfwlilaa A ROW: Sue Fick-Secretary, Jeff Frazier-Vice President, Bob Stllson-President, Ann Marie Treasurer, Mike Brengoid. SECOND ROW: Marsha Wood, Bill Rogers, Kelly Benjamin, Jim Princer, Robert THIRD ROW: Mr. Norman Peterson-Advisor, Alan Frelberg, Stuart Vinsky, Arnold Lomas, Lorri Marty, Avery NOT PICTURED: Dr. E. G. Nash-Advisor Ferris Economics Club American Chemical Society ORGANlZATlONS!231 . -lm gpquuyupuu .,.l . 'l tl SEATED: Brent Glendening, President: Sue Heartwell, Sec.: Gene Peters, Treas.g Ben Bradford, Pres.-electg Ken Lutze. 1. Cedric Flounory 2. Lisa Slocum, V-P 3. Sue Johnson 4. Sharon Scholz 5. Jan Antcliffe 6. Anita Drouse 7. Alyce Wheeler 8. Arbls Dickinson 9. Bob Quick 10. John Verhey 11. Walter Pringle 12. Dave Pelleran 13. Mark Farrill 14. Dawn FD PA First-Hand Experience for Data Students 232!OFlGANIZATIONS Q-i, . Zimmerman 15. Bonnie Bartlett 16. Gloria Howe 17. Mary Westhouse 18. Tim Pieroe 19. Jim Owens 20. Mlke Coger 21. Ken Hiusman 22. Dwight Wyngarden 23. Jim Wall 24. Kevin Cramer 25. Brenda Owens 26. Barb Kneisel 27. David Ray 28. Fioy Hall 29. Jeff Hall 30. Tom Wierdsma 31. Gary Alflen The members of the Ferris Data Processing Association improve their understanding of Data Processing in the business world by exposure to people in the field. FDPA is kept abreast of all the latest improvements and dis- coveries in Data Processing through lectures, outside professional speakers and personal observation in the Western Michigan area throughout the year. Since data processing is such a fast-growing career field this is help- ful to the students. This year they visited the Whirlpool Corporation in Benton Harbor and Steelcase in Grand Ftapids. Besides these projects they are also involved in many social events. k A ,s 127 q an zil , ll ll 3 I3 3118 E zz l 2 8 C1 lo Jisitation to Whirlpool -' . -ff' 5-if fl I ef: iifizt- ' LJ:-',11jf,L 'J f1 1 KQQ5 ? it -:T-:.,, qi! 4 J .,1. , N rv IJ " 1. gf ADMINISTRATION!233 Alumni Board Serves All Students 'wr 'USL sb 03-,ivy 5Q""n,,a 15 H? 2 'th dtex? - " s",,H'nK,'1, ,, X 9'-4s . 1??Q-11- SITTING: Bob Leach-advisor, Martha Burkett, Dorothy Page, Bonnie Beyer, Dave Webster. KNEELING: Jim Hess, advisor. 3FlD ROW: Malburg, Sue Marker, Laura Francis. 2ND ROW: Mlke Stodole, Carol Wisniewski-President, Marcia Ostrander-Secretary. Ron Owcarz. Rod 234!OFlGANlZATlONS Krawczyk, Kurt Jones-Treasurer, Jon Dennison, Dennis Kimmel, McSweeney, Bob Wilcock. Coordination of activities between students and Q... ...... the main purpose of the Student Alumni Service Boa The group was organized so that students can assist various college functions that involve alumni and prom the college as a whole. This year SASB conducted a Christmas party along wit carolling session. Also sponsored was a movie, Hap Hour, design stationery, and hosted the second ann Max Smith Memorial Loan Fund supper. Members h high school students on campus and lend their services work in the tent at homecoming. The Service Board ha Spring reunion plus various fund-raising activities. 'if 3' 14,5 fl. 1' Marge Daley, Peggy Parks, Richard Flusty, Llnda Mitchell, Merle Hansen, Janette Anderson, Mary Leone. ROW 3: Mr. Boyd Halstead, Ad- , Cleste Conflittl, Clndy Hill, Janice Nave. ROW 2: Dan Smith, visor, Gary VanDyke, Robert Henderson, Michael Brodoskl, Craig Zyskowski, John Schlafley, Louis Boggs, Fred Kasprlak, Clndy Czulinski, Steve Myers, Rich Jones, Rick Divine. romote Optics Officers: Carl Zyskowskl. Linda Mltchell-Treasurer, John Schlafley-Vice Michael Broadowski-President, Janice Nave-Secretary, Celeste Representatlve. pthalmic Dispensers The Student Association of Opthalmic Dispensers is now in to its third year. The professional and social organization consists of students enrolled in the Health Optics program. Guest lectures in varied aspects of optics were held this year by the group. The philosophy of SAOD is to promote professionalism and com- munication between students at Ferris and op- ticians. OFtGANlZATlONSl235 Torch Steff Members Utilize Journelistic: FRONT ROW: Kathy Sheldon, Barry Drue-Copy Editor, Laura Kalm- bach-Lively Arts Editor, Laura Dodge-Editor-in-Chief, Sandy Kennedy-News Editor, Jon Denison-Sports Editor, Cindy Harris-Feature Editor, Alayne Bayee. SECOND ROW: Linda Lee Strieby, Edd West, Sheri Carmody, Mark Harris, Scott Randle, Kevin Pleger. THIRD ROW: Debi Craft, Sherri Laakso, Kathy Voet, Cathy Beduhn, Kim Ronan, Gale Scannell, Marla Muehlenbeck. FOURTH ROW: Marlon Powe, Tom Bishop, Mike Gallagher, Kelly Blair, Laurle Bolyard, Mark Kaufman, Steve Savickas, Lynda Angel. BACK ROW: Talents Stapler-Adviser, Debbie Kimar, Jack Kleeves, John Beaderstadt, Barber, Mike Hanley. i K ff .ff 5 f-4-1. 236lOFiGANIZATlONS Q7 1 f La., . Z lbkd f., r vr"'r,q ,,. WY .1-2 LJLNJLJLU g.. 9' 5.- 1 , l l Kalmbach, Lively Arts Editor, with reporter Ralph Jennings. 'f' 'I ,ali News Editor, Sandy Kennedy discusses assignments with the Torch news staft. E 'K ' :fbi ,fig E -.i 5 MMT' L, ij-if 1 :Tb .,r ' 'C -'L ,u-'I' ' A j' Si-252..'f. if Q..-f: t 3 isa 1 lrnlj'-' -Q--,L Q ,- U' I? 'ul "' '-' -.. I - u ri 4. ,L , -, - 1 X , 'Q'v1'-n -- 'f- I l , ' , L I nu.--o,'L .Ze 1 ' ' ,--..s,,,. T, ,Q - u , Q gl- L ltr ,I f ' g 1 o .. 0 ' ,B 2 . 2 ' f ' 7 AV' .sf -'. Jon Denison, Sports Editor, confers with Feature Editor Cindy Harris. ORGANIZATIONSI237 ' 5 . I il A Za - 1 1 4 '-., "Q-'aw , . x , S , 9 ' C ,Z B Editor-ln-Chief, Laura Dodge, Feature Editor, Cindy Harris, and News Edltor, Sandy Kennedy review the Torch fresh from the presses. Ferris Weekly is a Mejor Source of information Over the years, the Ferris Torch has evolved into an award-winning weekly newspaper averaging 16 pages each issue. The Lively Arts, News, and Feature columns inform Ferris students of all on-campus happenings, and are a major source of infor- mation. Letters to the editor give students, faculty, and local residents a chance to publicize their opinions and ideas on virtual- ly any subject. Through work on the Torch and a ten-week internship, journalism students acquire 30 weeks of actual newspaper experience in their first year of the Journalism Associate program. During this time they learn such skills as typing, photography, ad layout, and design, and reporting techniques. Some students have even taken charge of local newspapers during their internship. 238lOFlGANlZATlONS fav- V' jj Copy Editor, Barry Drue, and Advisor Harry Stapler listen to an editorial critique of paper. froofreeding is the final ep before the staff n sit back and relax if -i I ngll 4- -in-L-g51l?i5'9'j:'mEi'VJ , N , 14.-if .,, - x , h A ' ,Y X - r Y i Steve Savickas checks his story. Torch photographer Jim Neiderheide takes a break. A ,-,V V QF '- S3 "'x.xV Reporters critique the paper before It is sent out. E I ORGANlZATlONSl239 Ferrisoope Staff Dravvn From IVlam Curricula Editor-In-Chief Mark Weller , - Hz H , Eff-vi, ff. K 'VN' 1 1, ' f ...i i J , J 9 f 5 'av Y E ,SK Associate Editor .Joel Harrison 240lOFlGANlZATIONS ff- ',fil'lif'i JW! I 5 9 A, 3 , A , I-,f 1 5' ' 'T psf' ,, -ran! ....-----5 ' 1 ,,,,...,.y-:--f- Photo Editor Mike lller Business Manager i Bonnie Nlelburg Advisor John lVlcNemere ORGANIZATIONSX241 Ferriscope Staff All Contributing To The Finished Product Producing the Ferriscope takes many hours of hard work by the entire staff. Two full quarters are necessary to complete a review of the previous academic year. Scheduling ap- pointments for pictures, writing copy, and drawing layouts must all be completed before the all-important deadlines. The 17- member staff comes from various curricula as diverse as jour- nalism and X-ray technology. Each of the staff members devotes much of his time and patience to help deliver a top- quality yearbook. Below: Jill Farrand, arts editor keeps an optimistic outlook. , V 'L . 1 if Lg 3 1- ' r its 5 -if , ' A .5 l 5,2 VV ,, . , A. . g ' l W 'I . if . .Y . , ' nf 1' - - 1 e.Q,.4..l,: A t ...fx ugh X t H! 5 f . x gt- , .. Right: Dennis Letner and associate editor Joel Harrison listen in at a Ferriscope meeting. 242!ORGANlZATIONS Photographer Mike Greenlee and events editor Kathy Evans play opposing views. Checking over prints. Zbi- Olmsted and Kevln Glnter, co-edltors of the sports Edltor-in-Chief Mark Weller assists academics edltor Tanya Y - e -L Aslan, Ellyn Cabage, Greeks edltor frames herself. ,,,- . writing copy. Frazer. 5-. Kevin Ginter after meeting a deadline. Kathy Hlbbard and organizatlons editor Lexie Oslund schedule phone calls. ORG-ANlZATlONS!243 ll Ski Clu Provides Fu For the Weekend V .. .. as ROW 1: Diane Balls-Treasurer, Michelle Crose-Secretary, Kim Halloway-Vice President, Joan Emahiser-President. ROW 2: John McNamara-Advisor. Members are: Diane Bailey, Sue Bemis, Gail Connell, LeeAnn Crowley, Leslie Cunningham, Birdie Fenton, Shelly Johnson, Sue Johnson, Ellen Meikle, Gloria Olinik, Norma Oliver, Amy Schwartz, Pattie Shapiro, Judy Shepler, Peggy Stephan, Brenda Stucker, Lynn Ries, Cindy Burgess, Jim Balis, Steve Bandy, Dave Becker, Rod Beyer, Ben Brainard, Cary Cavallaro, Cliff Clare, Craig The Ski Club, which has been in existence for six years, provides recreation ski week-ends and trips at the lowest possible cost to its members. Membership is open to anyone interested in skiing and is not limited to students, but is open also to the faculty and administration. Planned trips this year are one week-end at Crystal Mountain, two week-ends at Boyne Mountain and a week at Vail, Colorado. 244!ORGANIZATlONS . ,. if 1 a Cousineau, Randy Crossen, Greg Dedamos, Craig Dudley, Robe Ferguson, Don Fountain, Bill Fox, Joe Hamilton, Al Jensen, Bruce .Jon son, Mark Kenner, Kevin Kerbyson, Blll Kulback, Elton LaBare, Da Marshall, Doug Marshall, Brian McDonald, Rlchard Nlcholls, Pet Noblit, Doug Nolan, Doug Osborn, Ron Owcarz, Todd Parent, Georg Persons, Doug Prince, Glenn Rittenger, Mark Schwal, Jerry Swltc Steve Sztkowski, Jerome Tanski, Owen Weldlg, Barry Zlotogurg, Lar Zuikovick, Carl Zyskowskl, Paul Green, Bill Kraft, John Lindenmayer ,,., .i,? n,ilr,.xi ll' l Wil ma After the Slopes- VVir1e and Cheese X K. 9 n A IZATlONSl245 V74 SAIVI--Training and Practice in Management ROW I: Brenda Fisher, Jan Connelly, Bruce Claycomb, Roberta Karle, Society for the Advancement of Management is professional business organization. Its main goal is t provide a bridge between the theoretical training of th classroom and the practical world of business. Member strive to exchange ideas on management and also prac tice management through the operation of a coffee sho on campus. They plan field trips, banquets and hav speakers each quarter. Any Ferris student is eligible t join with a 2.0 average. Doug Harper, Daniel Grable, Val Susalla, Melvin Spicer. ROW Il: Marilyn Krook, Darcy McCandless, Margaret Fay, Deb Breiner, Wendy Willison, Robyn Marschner, Cheryl Hannaford, Bob Quick, Jeff Lovelly. ROW lll: Lisa Slocum, Paul Miehlke, John Lindquist, Stan Perry, Althea Spencer, 246lOFtGANlZATlONS Angela Erwin, Sharon Wilson, Blair Entenmann, Bob Baumgartner, P. Lunsted. ROW IV: Leslie E. Daniels, Sue Heartwell, Bruce Lou DeMarco Jr., Kenneth Dykman, Bernard Melanson, Sue Mark Kucharek, William Rush. Printer's Club lVlake Impression Doppel 15. Kevln Ketch Not plctured: Flon Llnske, Treasurer, Clndy Cranmer, Harold Green, Neva King, Doug Conway, Joe McComer, Don Schreiber, James Roberts, Fred Sharp, Gary Abraham, Kim Lutz, Mark Laufbaum, Annette Jedlowski. The Printer's Association was organized to create an effective means of communication with the printing industry and to unite prin- to all Graphic Reproduction, General Printing, and Printing Management students. '7 ll ting students. Membership is open 9' ffl I2 Members participated in several fund-raising events this year in- cluding sponsoring Happy Hour at the Alibi and showing the movie "Harrad Summer." The club also works for Ferris doing assembly and finishing of each quarter's schedule books so that its members can take several field trips and have guest speakers. A spring picnic and other social events are also held. ORGANIZATIONSIZ47 Veterans' Association 1 3 ' x"T - .1 r ,, gig. i E V34 1 J in lf". , , 4 -Q 5 lp! l l 1-1, i lzrg , i i ' . lwtg ., . I js' , , J 1 , . . l 'J .L tl 4 is QQX3 Mb W ' Q I ...A 4. 'B I. ,. 33 we. SITTING: Gary Smith, Jim Wehert, Gary Gillespie, Jim Whalem, Steve Mead, Gail Bond, Jim Bradley, Jim Harkins, Marshall Dubln, John Perry, Fran Coburn, Cedric Floonory, Fred Seymour, Dick Johansen, Troupe, Jim Ward, Ted Adams. Tom Keating, Bill Ewald, Vick Ulrich. STANDING: Leo Ainsworth, Butch Planned activities by the Veterans Association included a e Homecoming dance and party, casino party, and ZeIda's Homecoming appearance. Other functions were the annual canoe trip, a snow sculpture for the Winter Carnival plus a Christmas party for children of Big Rapids. The Veterans conducted a voter's registration period also. The full-time activity of the association is to help with the transition of veterans from military to college life. Vet's Officers. SEATED: Cedric Flounory-V.P., Steve Perry-Pres., Jlm Whalen-Trees., Marshall Dubin-Sec. STANDING: Leo Ainsworth-Exec. Board, Jim Harklns-Exec. Board, Jim Ward-Exec. Board, Gary Gillespie-Exec. Board. 248lORGANlZATlONS Q -es- Al Palmer Chief Engineer Vance Bowers Station Manager Zane Baburlan ROW 3 Don Rolls Clint Keene Ralph Mason Ernest Jeppesen-Executive Secretary, Mike McDonald-Treasurer. 2: Dan Kamradt, Terry Sieland, Betsy Holobaugh, Janet Batanni, the campus radio station provides Ferris students campus news, weather and music pluslexperience in field of broadcasting. was started 21 years ago in the basement of Helen by a few students broadcasting to that dorm. lt was moved to Masselink Commons then to the Rankin nter where it broadcast to all dorms with In 1971 it was moved to its present location Campus Security and in 1973 enlarged its facilities present size of the main broadcast room, produc- room, library, engineer's room, three offices and a Thomas, Andrew Coggins, Scott Smith. Not pictured: J.J. Duling-- Program Director, Alan Nash-Business Manager, Dick Wendt. VVFFIS-Ort the Air WFRS accepts new students at the beginning of every term to work toward becoming a member that same term. Students must have at least a 2.0 average, be a full-time student and have a willingness to work toward the im- provement of WFRS. This year they had a "Give a Damn-Give a Kid a Christ- mas toy drive for underpriviledged Mecosta County children and their annual Alumni Spring Banquet. ORGANIZATIONS!249 AVVS Seeks Awareness for Today's Women Emphasis is placed on the woman and her role and needs in today's society by the Associated Women Students. AWS does not restrict its membership to women alone. Men have been welcome to join since 1974. This past year AWS events included speakers such as Dr. Keys, a psy- chologist, on the subject of "Sex and the Single Student" and "Assertive Living" was a speech made by Gloria 5 1 c.. fi 'D I Ll L 3 250fOFlGANlZATlONS Parker, academic counsellor. Other talks on plann parenthood, childbirth, open marriage, and wome careers were given. This financially independent organization also held a Christmas party for the Mecosta County Senior Citizens group. 1. Dr.,Mary McClelland-Advisor, 2. Sharon Sprenger 3. Dianne Sa 4. Peggy Lanham 5. Pam Milu 6. member 7. Marlon Scott 8. Sue H man 9. Cindy Zimmer 10. Janis Veenstra 11. Debbie Parker W 1: Dorrle Laclna-Secretary. Carol Curley-Treasurer, Llnda Beuerle-2nd Vice President, Nancy Matt- , Denise Kuciemba, Donelda Budd, Vernon L. Benson, Advisor. ROW 2: Jill Beadle, Chris Schiefer, Jane ey, Susan Marker, Dianne Carl, Jerry Robinson, Marcia Murphy. ROW 3: Karen Lee, Cindy Postema, Sandy , David D. Nelson, Gary S. Teat. AIVIS- Fielates Classroom Training Open to all men and women students enrolled in the School of Business and the School of Educa- tion, the Administrative Management Society has grown rapidly since its beginning in 1970. Last year it became the third largest AMS chapter in the United States with a membership of fifty-four. A professional organiza- tion, the Administrative Management Society was formed to assist students in becoming aware of current and future needs of business and industry and to give the student broader opportunities for understanding Ad- ministrative management. These goals are achieved by relating classroom training to business prac- tices. Regular monthly meetings include guest speakers. AMS has taken field trips this year to Sentry ln- surance, the Amway Cor- poration and held a Christmas party as well as various fund-raising events. OF'iGANlZATIONS!251 lVl RA-New Group l-las A Successful First Year Ferris Medical Records Association is a professional an social organization. lt requires that the individual has a interest in the medical records profession in order to join This is the first full year of the gro,up's existence. The senior students in the program thought it would b beneficial if an organization was started on campus. ln lat September 1976 the first meeting was called and thing progressed from there. Now there is an opportunity for in terested students to get to know one another and shar common interests and educational experiences. The group's purpose is to promote creativity in th medical records profession, create fellowship among it members, expand public awareness of the Ferris Stat Medical Records program, and promote knowledge of th field outside the classroom. The activities for this year included guest speakers, info mative sessions, and social functions. ROW 1: Sally Manyak, Jill Callahan, Paula Decker, Sue Surian, Kari Bero, Linda Asplund, Sharon Sprenger. ROW 2: Joyce Shanholtz, Deb- bie Johnson, Debbie Clevenger, Janice Jones, Karen Duflo, Phyllis YL7 'CI' 252!ORGANlZATlONS Kleln, Diana L. Blohm, Jlll Royer. ROW 3: Cheryl Anderson, Steele, Leslie Ross, Kathy McKenna, Diane Wisniewski, Sue Bev O'Brien. Becky Walton 2. Dennls Pennell 3. Cheryl Moore 4. Kathi Kastner 5. m Armstrong 6. Vlckle Klein 7. Shelly Cooper 8. Stan Whlttaher 9. ickey Morey 10. Kathy Lorenz 11. Lynn LaBare 12. Tina Fllckert 13. nifying and providing its residents with fa constructive, ucational social life since the early 1960's, RHA was rmed as an umbrella group of A.S.G. Any interested rson can go to meetings and can become a voting presentative by being chosen by his or her dorm coun- l. e Residence Hall Association is involved with Bulldog- formation Service, the FlHA Dating Game, breakfast ovies, dinner entertainment and competitions between rms such as Christmas decorating contests. They have so brought back a program called STT fStop That Thiefi e to the increasing number of bicycle thefts on campus. e of the association's important jobs is the reviewing of e present dorm visitation hours. Tami Downs 14. Jeff Wlerenga 15. Sue Hooker-Secretary 16, Gloria D'Angelo 17. Tom Moreau 18. Klm Halverstadt-President 19. Ron Ow- carz 29. Fran Williams-Treasurer 21. Christopher Neilson-V.P. Residence Hell Association En riches Dorm Life I I I 5 4 e " , ,5 u, fs 7 'wg ' I0 OFtGANlZATIONSl253 Accounting Club Provides Current information enrolled In any accounting program to oroaoen tneir knowledge of accounting and business. The club offers students information about professional accountancy. The members learn of the positions available to them in the business fields. Occasional guest speakers provide current information about the business world to the group. FAC also plans trips each term such as touring the Carling Brewery. Par- ties are given by and for the club. 254lOFlGANlZATIONS ...........,, ...., .,., ..... ., ..,c.g......., .,..... ......., .....-..... ........,..,-.. .,.,-..,.... Richard Campbell, Dan Cannon, David Carlson. Nick Christensen, Ma Clouse, Steve Coates, Ken Cook, Kevin Craft, Gary DeBoer, Joy Doane, Deborah Duby, Larry Dutklewlze, Dave Erler, Brenda Fisher, E Fox, Terri Frostick, Klm Glenapp, George Golenblewskl, Mary Gro Richard Haller, Susan Hallquist, Cheryl Hannaford-Treasurer, Ca Hay, Jerl Hlll-Secretary, Cheryl Howard, Tom Howard, Ken Hulsm Cindy Hunt, Greg Huss, Kim lgnash, Barbara Kelfer, Jlll Kirkendall, Kolkman, Tom Lampen, Mark LaPlne, Karen Liesmer, Kel Loomis-President, Ken Lutze, Doug McChesney, David McClain, T McHale, John Mleske, Dan Missad, Gary Olmstead-V.P., Fl. Otterstetter, Linda Parker, Susan Reed, Chris Rogers, Steve Ro Roger Routt, James Rutkowskl, Forest Sattler, Lucy Scheman Michael Sells, Blll Senchuk, John Shoup, Joe Sledenstrang, Caro Skinner, Gary Smith-V.P., Mark Stokes, Joan Stormer, Dla Stringham, Jlm Syson, James Teneyck, Larry Tyrell, Thomas VanH Scott Van Poperlng, Marc Verheoef, Kim Vlrkler, Tlm Westdeorp, Da Westra, Pam Wleland, Kathy Williams, Bruce Wynalda. Advisors: Dr. Lowell Chapman, Mr. Keith Fuller, Dr. Hazel Halnlng, Dr. Herbert Voe Entertainment Committee Varied Programs FRONT ROW: Pat DeKleva, Chrls Berke, Jlm Nelson, Rosey Pryor. STANDING: Kenny Gallagher, Leland C. Spangler-Advisor, Pat Hudson, John Ziebart, Dave Grunst, Chris Nielson, Mike Hamilton, Terrl Cooke, Barb Yahn, Greg Goodall, Debbie Karrle The 1976-77 Entertainment Committee includes a group of students at Ferris State College who find and schedule entertainment for the students' enjoyment. Summer Cinema, which was shown on the football field, and Saturday Cinema were free movies shown during the year. Two concerts presented were Rory Gallagher and Natalie Cole. A magician, Mr. Fingers, two ice shows and several speakers were some of the features that rounded out this year's programs. . ' ..,-if Mr. Fingers in action. OHGANIZATIONS!255 Canoe Club Has Varied Interests A 1 kiRIght to left: Rlck Nlmtz, .lim Cutler,fBrad Houghton, Mlke Kusmlrowlcs, Dave Schell, Rob Cherba, Bob Baxter. Not plctured: Nancy Mattson 2561 ORGANIZATIONS Another first year organization on campus is the Fer Canoe Club. Any person with an interest in canoei kayaking, or cross country skiing is welcome to join. The club was founded to give the students of Ferri chance to learn how to canoe, kayak, and cross-coun ski along with practical use of the rivers and forests of country. There is a training program during the winte the college pool. Many one and three day trips have ta place over the past year. The Canoe Club also builds m of their own canoes and kayaks. mrs:-1'5f"1e-,. E 6- ,.,'1,f-x,-- f-- -T1 -1' ffxfii e, T. H Pfi ' ri-:T ,f 'V - ' '- . f , , . ,sl T ls . 'l li . . 1: Clndy Walls. ROW 2: Sue Condou, Martha Burkett. ROW 3: Mark Bohland, Sommers, Larry Konyha, Linda Wickens, Harly Blake. ROW 4: Dan Blller, Johnson, Doug Gillespie, Norb Mueller, Steve Slivensky, Joe Knol. N evv G roup Expresses Religion In Song -s,n 4-.Q i l N The Ferris Gospel Team is a self-supported organization. The members entertained audiences in churches around the state. They also sang at the Baptist Convention held in Detroit. Their philosophy is to glorify God with music. No previous experience is necessary to join the team except to have a strong spiritual background. OFiGANlZATIONS!257 FEHA Tops in Participatio X FERRIS -E ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION FRONT ROW: Deb Allison-Treasurer, Karen Kilgore, Dan Marklewlcz, Neal Leonhard, Gordy Block, Joe Hlbberd-Vice President, Maureen Davis, Mary Steiner-Secretary. SECOND ROW: Nelson Haynes, Sue Scheurer, Betty Wernette, Ron Owcarz, Tom Natsch, Michael Bladwin, Reed Sneller, Becca Kelm, Dan Beckwith-President. THIRD ROW: Kevin Besey, Todd Wllllams, Matt Kobylarz, Kurt Mosher, Ed Fluette, IG ' I RFQ 258lOFtGANlZATIONS V Ei L Randy Vertalka, Mr. Michael Ells-Advlsor. NOT PICTURED: Ewigleben, Nancy F. Hendershot, Bruce Abbgy, John Cole, Mary son, Mike Guisfredi, Marilyn Allemeir, Randy Emeott, Doug Brian McKenzie, Rich Bayle, Tom Rademacher, Wayne Potter, Chan, John Armburster, Dan Lyon, Lin Comer, David Eighmey, Thoune. The Ferris Environmental Health Association is with the Michigan and the National Environmental Asociations. Seminars are conducted to help keep in touch with current events in the field, harmonious and cooperative efforts for better ding, and encourage more efficient scholastic mance of members. This year FEHA had a Fall Picnic, led support of the tle Bill lProposal AI, participated in the Parade, sponsored a Happy Hour at the Alibi, had a Potluck with a guest speaker, and joined sports. The group planned a career seminar, movies a speakers, the sixth aluminim recycling drive plus cr country skiing, skating, and bowling parties. FIRST ROW: Chris Bowers, Dr. Roger Peterson, hearing officer, Carol Wisniewski, Lynn Haddick. SECOND ROW: Tom O'Brien, Ron Maki, Jim Tovinitti, Jerry Seldell. Provides Student Input to the System he Board of Justices is an integral part of the campus udicial system. Consisting of 10 full-time students, the embers serve on the college-wide Committee ol iscipline, which makes recommendations on student isciplinary cases to the Vice-President for Student Af- airs. he Board is an important facet of all students' lives as the embers provide student input within the system. The embers will also serve as chairpeople for the Regional Hearing Boards, a new aspect of the Ferris judicial system. Board membership is open to all students. Prospective members are interviewed and recommended by the Associated Student Government to the Hearing Officer. He in turn interviews and approves the applicants, and ASG then appoints the new members to the Board of Justices for one year tenures. ORGANIZATlONS!259 Members Further Their Spiritual Accomplishments rv .1 - . - . .--N .-..--.--,-, Y , ROW 1: Jeannete Hawkins, Andrea Southall, Sylvia Fife, Marian Fruge, Ronnie Pouncll, Gloria Reed, Yvonne Lewis, Neroml Jackson. ROW 2: Betty Prince, Linda Anderson, Bonita Bonner, Diane Jones, Yvonne Calhoun, Betty Rambus, Bernlta Frlerson, Carla Pruitte. ROW 3: Allegra 26OlOFiGANIZATlONS Howard, Wenonah Jones, Merrilyn Wllllams, Dlane Arnold, Llnda Evan Gloria Beck, Wllbert Reed. ROW 4: Nathan Southall, Chrls Powell, Jeral January, David Mitchell, Jeff Willlams, Andrew Cogglns, Tony Dabne Ralph Jenning. A non-denominational Christian organization, Youth Am bassadors for Christ was formed to promote Jesus Chri at Ferris State College and to have a Christian Fellowshi on campus. Through Bible study and worship service YAC furthers spiritual accomplishments. Youth Ambassadors was founded in 1974 by Yvonn Coleman Lewis and began with only nine people. This year members have had a Revival and seminar, bake sale and a food and clothing drive. Advusor-Dr. Charles Hurt fr, . J. , . NMR . ,.. m- 1' -1.1-Ng 'MEL ' 17,-W 1 tgp: Biff? .A fs. 'wh I-. gk ff' rhhk' Z,-,V OHGANIZATIONSl261 IVIAA Seeks Professional Involvement The Medical Assistants' Association establishes a social contact between first and second year students at Ferris. Help in the promotion of the program is another of its functions. Their agenda consisted of many projects including the Swine flu clinic, the January blood drive, and the sponsorship ofa needy family for Christmas. The group also visited the Greenridge Nursing home. Other activities included a Happy Hour, raffles, and a TG with the Pl Kappa Alpha fraternity. All of these projects lead to a good basic social and professional background for the medical assistants. FRONT TOP ROW, L. to R.: 1. Vlckl Henderson 2. Jan Clark 3. Shirley Phillips 4. Hollie Rledl 5. Joni Keilman 6. member 7. Shelly Lubbers 8. Jennifer Orr 9. Donna Walters 10. Margie Eberle 11. Carroll Shearer 12. Kim Precord 13. Jamie Hamel 14. Carol Sadowy 15. Sandy Price 16. Bobbie Adlam 17. Becky Granger 18. Deb Kimble 19. Sue Birdsall 20. Linda Zander 21. Theresa Miller 22. Sandy Royek 23. Mary Vandenivall 24. Linda Cook 25. Chris Suchowolec 26. Peggy Gautraud 27. Zula White 28. Joanne Dasen 29. Deb Eardley 30. Laurie Jones 21. Beth VanAelst 32. Meridee Benford 33. Joan Champney 34. Jan Johansen 35. Deb Crafts 36. Linda Ferris-Advisor 37. Dolores Dickerson 38. Kathy Nor- ton-Historlan 39. Becky Watkins 40. Cindy Kzeskl-Secretary 41. Mary Ann Welsh 42. Nancy Morlock-advisor 43. Chrls Chivis-President 44. Cindy Praay-Vice-President SIDE ROW: 45. Brenda Dulaney-Advlsor 46. Kathy Achtabowski 47. Mary Discher 48. Carla Joynt 49. member 50. member 51. Jean Stoll 52. Roseann Spencer 262lOFlGANIZATlONS '49 Q ,Jw APHA is one of the largest organizations on the Ferris ampus. The Student American Pharmaceutical Associa- on is open to all members of the School of Pharmacy and re-pharmacy students. lts purpose is to further the in- rests of the profession. he activities the group participated in were the Poison revention week, SAPHA Fall Seminar, and an ducational seminar for nursing students from Grand apids Junior College. They also sponsored a drug ducation team and a Pharmacy Fun Night. Sandy Klipfel, 2. Sherry Blustein, 3. Deb Buck, 4. Mike Miller, 5. Carole ress, 6. Debbie Erickson, 7. Joanne Justice, 8. Blll Boyce, 9. Don Flolls, . Mary Stock, 11. Keith Smith, 12. Kelly Callahan, 13. Marty Howard, . Carol Francis, 15. Jim Davis, 16. Jan Bleri, 17. Martha Sanford, 18. ave Kreling, 19. Bob Wilcox, 20. Randy Dahlquist, 21. Jim Vanderlinde, . Dennis Kimmel, 23. Andy McNabb, 24. Flandy Grekowicz, 25. Judy hl, 26. Chris Wagner, 27, Suzette Ripepe, 28. Jim Middleton. SAPHA Sponsors Educational Activities fl , ' 1 A W 5 b fo ' Iv fb '71 I? AU 65677 l 7 26' gg, R7 88 ORGANIZATlONS!263 get BOTTOM ROW: Jim Neiderheide, Paul Dobbs, Kristi Lovejoy, Member, Brian Keelan, Joe Miller, TOP ROW: Tim Nelson, Member, Blll Roe, Dale Pearson, Gall St.0nge, Kari Prather. Ferris Parachuters Compete in Nationals 264!OFtGANlZATlONS The Ferris Skydiving Club promotes parachuting in area of the state The club receives no financial . ....,.,,... from Ferris and must rely entirely on its own efforts t raise the money needed to compete and maintain th skydiving equipment. This past winter six members co peted in the Collegiate National Parachuting Competitio held in Deland, Florida. The skydivers sponsored a happy hour at the Alib movies, and skydiving exhibitions to raise funds to su port the team for the 1977 Nationals. The home airport ' presently at Evart, Michigan. H11 -n i- . n Lui, -. g.q1..fQX :I-mf? ' f I ..1-iii :N ' '-8'-B1-' Scenes ' - '-11,3 . i'fz,.7,x.-: L I " 'tial ' ,f '-.' "'-32.5" "V '41-'-4, AHL'--.VF-","e u ..rw,g1f4'k5r.-'1'-, . f'?h5L1f-..:,'-,.f. -Q., ,,- ,, , wiv: 5' if 112'-.L-i'5'-2-.f -'25-ff ' x 3 I a C e f A I , ff Q. ' ' T- .T"z"",g" ' '--fix "..- 'T"'1,. -' 3' ? YLQFYZR ' ' ' J' ' - - --f :Q .3 jr., fi tix, ,apr 4, 4 -.- .. N A 'Il' ' -rv.-,.5.L-G-.5 F, W ,-f I Q. ,Av ,WL v ' ., ,-- NM!!-'Q-.,: , Q. .P .us-1 .' " HE. 7-4 ff'-' Y -'H - -fr 1 --A "' ' ... If f .. ' . - - ' , X 352' W -J' ...X . ' W E 'V ij' ,F V I -1' - Q ' ., L K 1 f- . i . WQW ff' , 9 P.- , , X rn is' 'e .,' 'Q AW-Ei prrv wmv wl- .HL H' ' ... :Cain l ORGANIZATIONS!265 FW i I l ROW 1: Alvin Beltlnck-V.P., Paul Morris-Treasurer, Michael W. Hughs-Master At Arms. ROW 2: Jameslnglese, D.W. Hardin, Bradlsh-President, Mark Willmann-Public Relations, John Mackey. ROW 3: Michael Stolke, Verne L. Lake, Leonard Velne, Jr. 266lORGANIZATlONS Activities Aimed For The College Community The Automotive 81 Heavy Equipment Technology Servic Organization aims its yearly activities towards the needs the AHT students, not to mention those of the college an community. Through club functions, the members hopet develop brotherhood and gain managerial experience. variety of activities have been held during the year. .Tapping Tops JADHA Year he Junior American Dental Hygiene Association is a rofessional organization whose purpose is to reflect the :udents' goals of service to the public through their ducational knowledge and learned skills. Dental Hygiene fudents offer the opportunity to all students and the com- uunity to have services done at the clinic at minimal cost. offers direction and leadership with a preview of ygienists' services to the profession. ADHA works in conjunction with the State and National ntal Hygiene Association. Its members must be Dental giene students. t year JADHA members: Connie Accorsi, Pamela Antlshln, Jana ch, Karen Bozek, Anne Bremer, Linda Brown, Karen Brownson, rle Burns, Janet Burtch, Renee Cam pau, Barb Carlton, Rita Cochran, nne DeAgostino, Chris Doerr, Debbie Eastman, Marsha Elchert, Ann co, Beth Godby, Susan Grlffore, Mary Hahn, Eve Hansen, Ann ens, Cathy Hill, Linda Hilt, Drls Hund, Linda Jacobs, Carol Javezian, borah Karie, Kathleen Kill, Kim Kjerrumgaard, Georgiana Krawchuk, et Krevinghaus, Betty Krupp, Linda Lewandowskl, Alexis Ligner, cy Little, Susan Manhard, Karen Miller, Lorl Mitzel, Kayleen Meyer, ry Moore, Debbie Moratti, Marsha Penn, Elaine Peterson, Pattie ves, Nancy Rothfuss, Janette Schwanke, Carol Sharpe, Pat ollnski, Deb Stowell, Janet Swartz, Nancy Vermeer, Debble Vincent, y Videan, Pamela Voss, Diane Welnert, Deborah White, Theresa Members are involved in community projects such as Children's Dental Health Week and gain field experience by visiting area schools and nursing homes. By having guest speakers and social and educational activities the students are exposed to some of the other aspects of den- tistry. At the end of the year, a capping ceremony gives dental hygienists a feeling of accomplishment. Capping sym- bolizes either the successful completion of the first or se- cond year ofthe curriculum. The lavender stripes that the second year students receive along with a certificate degree enables them to practice. Wilson, Sue Winston. 2nd year JADHA members: Beth Berman, Barb Bernthal, Ruth Binder, Julie Bonkowski, Jackie Butcher, Marcia Butcher, Karen Cetnar, Cheryl Cheshire, Lisa Clemens, Wanda Colbert, Pam Congioloso, Sheryl Cummer, Debby Davis, Debbie Devos, Connie Ford, Orna Hanft, Sue Herzina, Lynn Hildebrandt, Danette Hunsanger, Jeri Jolin, Kathryn Kidle, Debbie Kondziela, Nan Kosydar, Kim Johnson, Jackie Laird, Cindy Larson, Sheree Law, Sue Lewlnskl, Pam Little, Barb Lyons, Debra MacDonald, Vicki Martinie, Diane McCallum, Barb May, Angela Neumann, Denise Newcomer, Kelly Ogden, Ellen Patrick, Lori Peron, Kathi Quinn, Cathie Roberts, Mary Saari, Pam Smith, Laurie Staf- ford, Diane Stevens, Mary Jo VanNatter, Cindy VanWalIaghen, Kim Vin- cent, Annette Tedesco, Linda Vlfalbrecq I-""' fl., ,,.,, ,f---Sr, M----' " ' "' rf' "EL-ggus..-,H.g'csi1',. . L-.,f-.Q5q'iL ' :vw an-rx, X ' I TT: " ' Q'-QNX, L ' "Qi 'W .:.'ffifQ4'j'3fi:"Q:v,Egf-xx ' ' .mggiffi-.fiflel ll.. -t 1: " 7 i -V 1----A -' ,Y .. -:- , f -' J. . ,. J. -' ,- - ---pw... r f-N ,V , . B , ., -. L -.5'?1K.'5. W-. 1. .' , U , . Y ,,.,A , gg mv,-.., - sf' hr- ' J nv - .,.-fe,-.N Y - -we A Y. ..-.4 ., ..-..-f... .,--- - -ff it 11 - ,. ,,. . . fs, -.t ,L I --+L---'M " : Wa- ,.-..4L1.,,.. :- g,,,. ,1w1.. ORGANlZATIONSl267 Marketing Association Develops Business Practices :gag ll vggfq 3... :if 'E The American Marketing Association presents to its members sound, honest business practices. lt also promotes friendly relations between faculty, businessmen, and members of the organization. The group helps market-retailing students develop a knowledge of their field and the career opportunities available. AMA had guest speakers this year from Farm Bureau ln- surance Company, The Better Business Bureau, and the Carling Brewing Company. The association also won a trophy for Best Theme for a float during Homecoming 1976. They sponsored a roast beef picnic that was open to the public and planned a spr- ing trip to Chicago for its members. 268!ORGANlZATlONS Members: Mike Bell-President, Marcle Cragg-Vice President Lanham-Secretary, Greg VanNatter-Treasurer, David E. Norman L. Benzing, Rlck Bettinger, Craig Bowles, Lynn Lynette Carter, Chris Dagget, Anita Davgavletis, Marla Jean Larry Farris, Maureen Gannon, Susan Gasperosky, Angelo Rhonda Haller, Doug Harper, Jlm Hemlock, Larry Jasper, Kathy son, Ron Jones, Roberta Karle, Steve Lapp, Rodney Latimer, Lawrason, Michelle Mahoney, Cindy Manville, Pat Mclntyre, McEachran, Jim Meles, Dale Metkash, Pam Millard, Cheryl Moore Nelgh, Dennis Neinhuis, Wm. Norman, Nancy Persson, Teresa mond, Mark Ritter, Renee Schlpper, Pam Scott, Bruce Smigh, Stanley, Kris Sullivan, Lee Tanls, Julie Taylor, Llnda Thompson, Vandawater, Dave Vandermere, Larry Webb, Greb White, Workman. ames Get Involved n Various Functions Seated: Janlna VanHoop, Vlvlan Clgnkle, Mary Terleckl, Sue DePIonty. Standing: Lenny Laker, Carol Money, Donna Gurk, Dawn, Sue Ftutkowskl, Denlse Taylor. rted here on campus by a faculty member, Ferris mes is an honorary organization to educate and enter- the spouses of students. ir activities consisted of raffles and visiting the enhouse. A bake sale for Christmas presents to ad-start" children and a fund raising fashion show for rity were some of the other events held this year. ORGANIZATlONS!269 Ralph Mason, Barb Crowder, Larry Schutt, Kurt Haveman, Mike VanWyngarden, Linda Grudt Bob Pletlla Bill Dau Marty Howard, Tyrone Collins, John Bozlcevlch, Dave Bush Student Managers Help Rankin Flun Srnootnly 270!OFlGANIZATlONS 4-of ,41- The Main Office YJ , Pniilkf Linda Grudt makes rounds in the LUV truck. PF gf., 9 Q-J' ,li v- 'L . Nh.. e Student Managers Associatian was formed under the pices of the Auxilliary Services Department of Ferris te College, the FSC Public Safety Director, and the ector of Rankin Center. The organization provides a ial setting for its members when off duty and also ns activities to be held in Rankin Center. Last year, for mple, the managers held a Rankin Center open house ing fall quarter and a birthday party for the Center in spring. job of student manager itself includes relaying gripes, ises, and faults in the system to the administration. ...... Bob Pietila fills out the night's report. At Campus Dispatch Dave Bush also answers the phone. The Job Encompasses All of FSC Specifically, student managers supervise the Rankin Center public areas every evening and all day Saturday and Sunday. They serve as dispatchers for Campus Security between the hours of 5 pm and 8 am, plus all day on weekends when full time office personnel are off duty. Student Managers also supervise the Saturday free movies and the weekend dances in the Dome Room. They are on call 24 hours in the event of campus emergencies and also work Saturday and Sunday in their Light Utilities Vehicle KLUV truckl checking for open doors and windows of the education buildings. ORGANIZATIONSIZ71 272!GREEKS P1 '1 J I fi . Y J. ie ily 2 1 , Y. I...-HQ 274lGREEKS X-. Q Interfraternity Council K-8 'Q' X I V. I ,, -Q 4 'uhwixh J J wmv"- . . ,f,:.,riJA"'7L, ' I .5 '- Ax g'..'La Y- , Ng . D' , xy . 4541 ' 4 . I -.Nga ,I X - A- -wrfz . 1 .f-fn. w,'..3,x. Y - ' ' ff 5 gwfriff ,A my ,N . . ,, ,..f Q W , ,f Q ,iff , - " .f' ,VW The lnterfraternity Council is a governing body designed to promote good relations between the campus and the students, and to help fraternities with their problems. IFC sponsors greek bowling, a ski-meet, a football tournament, and is active in cleaning up local parks. This council was incorporated at Ferris in 1967. All 16 fraternities at Ferris are automatically members of IFC. ROW 1: David Waters, Marty Howard, Lynn Haddick, Dr. Peterson, Phil Seemann, John Linden- mayer, Jim Tovinitti, Kenneth Milhouse, Steve McBride, Christopher Frierson. ROW 2: Steve Lewis, Chris Bowers, Marty Schultz, Kevin Goldstein, Jay Montrose, Bernie Thomas, Rick Light, John Lovelette, Anton Sheridan, Mike Shaw, Jerry Roussau. ROW 3: Mike Anderson, Phil Batchelder, Steve Waller, Dennis Patrick, Jim Taylor, Ron Linske, Bob Graham, Shane Diehl, Bob Quick. ROW 4: Clyde Hardman, Mike Allen, John Potter, Jim Remp, Mike Reinbold, Rick Davis, Ken Murphy, Glen Harrison, Larry Putvin. ROW 1: David Waters, Treasurer: Dr. Peterson, Advisor, Lynn Haddick, Secretary. ROW 2: Marty Howard, Administrative Vice-President: John Lindenmayer, Rush Chairman, Jim Tovinitti, Presi- dent: Phll Seemann, Executive Vice-President. GREEKS!275 .,-:.11:f7j'f'T?'5f if,-gi, 4- 17 ff gqQ,3..g :..-- Pg wibroww , I -, i. mia, ' 1 at L. , M. 1.- E -S. 276lGREEKS S '7 lc n 'vs LJ' YQ? Q, E' . K-J 'X-J ir, '-..-J WIS K-SW:-fb sf 'w 'Q J . ' Q J -9" Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, a social sorority, is designed to promote sisterhood, instigate goodwill between the community and the campus, and provide leadership and social life for its members. This organization was started by ten women at Lom- bard Colleges in 1893. Alpha Xi Delta collects for UNICEF, provides a Thanksgiving dinner for needy families, holds an annual Jail 81 Bail, and a winter formal to help support Pittman Hall, a girls home. A 2.0 H.P.A. is required for membership. 1ST ROW: Bonnie Spencer, Milkl Verba, Francine Higgins, Cindy Gorczyca, Karen Queen. 2ND ROW: Karen Keopke, Peggy Sherwood, Jackie Sanborn, Pam Gates. 3RD ROW: Debbie Cheles, Debbie Downing, Deb Beck, Anita Hattner, Jane KurdleMeyer, Connie Dyer, Karen Ralph. 4TH ROW: Cindy Downing, Trish Gengle, Diana Bartos, Sue Piesko, Romana Kulesia, Luanne Ellstrom, Mary Berdan, Kelly Leach, Nancy Hudee. GREEKSIZ77 Phi Delta Chi, the professional phar- macy fraternity, is dedicated to ad- vancing the science of pharmacy and its allied interests, and to foster- ing and promoting a fraternal spirit among its members. The group sponsors a Christmas party for underprivileged children, Jail 8 Bail, fund raising for Easter Seals, Homecoming, Spring weekend, and the Phi Delta Chi- American Red Cross Blood Drive. The Alpha Xi chapter of Phi Delta Chi was founded in 1950 by their eleven charter members. They now have an active brotherhood of 48, giving their local chapter an accumulative membership of 461 brothers. Members are required to be phar- macy or pre-pharmacy students with a 2.5 HPA. 278lGREEKS 1--F4 Phi Delta Chi x Q f 1 X 'I ' I , 1 r 1 1 7 J f' 'fl , . l f' I l H A all ont of house: Bob Wllcox, Steve Duk, Dave Empey. ROW 1: Dave Krel- Seemann- ROW 35 DOUQ BOUCNSY- John Bozlcevlch. JGFVY PBUSQOIW Aff g, Barry Brown, Dave Haudek, Jim Taylor, Bop Bodjanacl Paul Jenson' Corker, Mike Traill, Joe Borgman, Dan Grassley. HOW 4: Jim Buchalski, e Samojedny, Greg Wilson, Mike Colllns, Pat DeRosa, Fred Brown- Gary Osburn, Kevin Supinger, Mark Posvlstak, Earl Lyden, Bob Pawlus, ld, Jlm Miller. ROW 2: Dennis Rennhack, Marty Howard, Phil Dick Gfabllef. Bill BOYCS. Tim Fiifenbefg- GREEKSl279 8 I' Delta Zeta AL.. 4 V s 'fa s"s'v"b Aqg: 1 -L 5 4 s.usn.vft h Q, The Delta Zeta sorority is the largest sorority nationally. The DZ's are a social sorority organized with the basic goals of obtaining closer sisterhood between people of varied backgrounds, and curricula. They have raised about five thousand dollars for MOARC this year. Raising money for deprived children in Mecosta County is another one of their many projects. The group also participates in many campus activities. LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Koch, Terri McCririck, Ftoseann Puliese, Cindy Toti, Cheryl Lyon, Cyndi Vallie, Cindy Lannin, Nancy Case, Nancy Peters, Terri Whiting, Lynn Haddlck, Margaret Folske, Mary Lou Leeman, Tanya Freeman, Mindy Tanner, Julie Gogolin, Nancy Callihan. MISSING: Kathy Kill, Janet Swartz, Debbie King, Teresa Morris, Lynda Knight, Cindy Cox, Jozann Ducap, Phyllls Millard, Mary Mong, Pam Antishin, Renee Compeau, Sue Frank, and Ellico. GREEKSIZ81 I uf 'Wa 'mv lr .I Ns? 282!GREEKS 45 -Asahi' I-3 Theta Alpha Sigma Theta Alpha Sigma is a service fraternity whose goal is to provide service to the school and community and to bring about better relationships. This group participates in all college activities servicesg the Blood Drive, the Elks Club Christmas Program, the United Fund, and Alumni Dinners. Members must be students in Technical and Applied Arts and maintain a 2.00 HPA. Theta Alpha Sigma was started in 1966 by concerned students and teachers. It was originally known as TISO-Trade 8l Industrial Service Organization and went greek in 1968. The organization later became a national fraternity. TOP ROW L TO R.: Joe Darden, Kevln Armstrong, Chan Jones, Ron Darden, Rod Knieper-V.P. 2ND ROW L TO Fl: Bill Jacobs, Dale Hutchins, Tom Harkless, Mlke Dlendorff, Lloyd Flnkey, Mike Kushmlrovic, Todd Conte, Pascal Bailey. KNEELING L TO R: Fluss Peck-Sec., Lee Du- quette-Pres, Jerry Stowkowlac, Steve Post, Harry Stuart-Sgt. of Arms, Bob Baxter. Dogs: Boozer and Kelly GFlEEKS!283 4 1 l f 1 f t Phi i Beta Sigma Since established at FSC in 1973, the goal of the men of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, has been to promote brotherhood, scholarship, and service, with such projects as S.A.D. Week, R.l.F., and Black History week. Phi Beta Sigma was founded in January, 1973 at Howard University. 284!GREEKS Angelo Hudson. Tim Pea, Al Bennett, Willie Stewart, Steve Mar Rodney Stewart, Cephas Heard, Joel Harrison, Charles Malone, He Matlock, Kevin Lewis, Ezell Hicks, Jimmy Hill, Al Clark, Mike Anders Arnett Headhington, Steve Waller, Jeff Ursery, Phil Batchelder, Dar Gaines. E- N if ' t- a-if 4 Q v - GREEKsf2s5 Zeta Tau AI ph 3 dl fb iii: 35 an 286lGREEKS Zeta Tau Alpha is a social sorority, which means involve- ment in campus and community activities as well as par- ties. Their national philanthropy is NARC iNational Association for Retarded Citizensi. This year's activities include: collecting pennies for MOARC during the homecoming parade, an alumni tea, Parent's Day, Founder's Day, banquet, cosponsoring with the brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha a Halloween Party for the children of Big Rapids, Helping the underprivileged watch Holiday On Ice, White Violet Formal, State Day, attending plays and numerous raffles and parties. Zeta is fun! Zeta is forever! FRONT ROW: Sally Workman, Marg Twombly, Kathie Germain, Deb Erickson, Pat Hunter SECOND ROW: Suzette Ripipe, Pat Cowan, Lucy Schemanski, Diane Romanowski, Judy Holmes, Pamela Jacobs, Connie Palmer, Carol Reed THIRD ROW: Kristina Solomonsin, Miss Joan Nelson, Dawn Zimmerman, Jeri Jolin, Sandy Dees, Carla Vine, Nanette Ridenour, Darcy McCandless FOURTH ROW: Fran Williams, Sue Walker, Leslle Paul. GFlEEKS!287 Phi Kappa Theta 288!GREEKS 'qv F!- 'I J' 6 ,lv is x,...-f' M1115-Q f' NN s I ' v . Phi Kappa Theta is involved in making campus living more enjoyable and bringing about a better understanding of the community around them. They also encourage brotherhood and instill leadership into interested men on campus. Some of their projects this year were a Senior Citizens dinner, all-Greek drinking contest, the Winter Carnival and related Ferris and community activities. ROW ONE: David Kogut, Dan Mendenhall, Steve Case, Andy Konyha, Michael Caputo. Kenneth Smith, Joseph Mendenhall, Ed Bakhart, ROW TWO: Tom Horn, Jay Montrose, Dan Maxey, Tom Weybright. GFiEEKSf289 Sigma Alpha IVI Sigma Alpha Mu, a social fraternity, was founded nationally in 1909 and locally in 1962 to promote brotherhood and greek organizations, to provide social ac- tivities and functions, and to interact with other organizations, fraternities and sororities. This group sponsors the Ugliest Man On Campus contest, the Sammy Shine, Annual Spring Weekends, and Homecoming activities. All donations for these events are given to MOAFIC, Mecosta-Osceola Area Retarded Citizens. Alpha Sigma Mu has been the winner of the IAX Blood Drive for the last two years, and had the highest greek grades last year. They have also been award- ed the Lawrence Young Award, which is symbolic of the outstanding fraternity on campus. Members must have a 2.00 HPA and be in good standing with the college. ROW 1: Steve Gao, Bob Simpson. ROW 2: Henry Hedden, Flon Linske, John Lindenmayer, Don Buchowski. ROW 3: Dale Bunner, Bob Quick, Ron Gorlewskl, Larry Putvln, Dan Gorblnski. GFlEEKS!291 Alpha Kappa Alpha TOP LEF'I' TO RIGHT: Leslie Daniels, Wenonah Jones, Sylvia Fife, Gloria Beck. BOTTOM LEFT TO RIGHT: Jeanette Hawkins, Yvonne Lewis, Chrlstie Calhoun. Missing: Margaret Henderson, Beverly Mathis, Mecedes Bradley 292lGREEKS Alpha Kappa Alpha is a social sorority. lts purposes are cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical sta dards, to promote unity and friendship among colle women, to study and help alleviate problems concerni girls and women, to maintain a progressive interest college life and to be of service to all mankind. This sorority sponsors dances, bake sales, and commu ty services. lt was first begun in 1908 by seven you women, and has grown to a membership of more than 6 000. The Zeta Epsilon Chapter was formed at Ferris 1971. Members must have a 2.00 HPA. is-3 Chi is an honorary pharmacy society whose goal is to high scholastic achievements. society helps staff the reading room in the Pharmacy IIID uilding, works with Planned Parenthood on Contracep- e Clinics, and gives tours of the Pharmacy Building on areer and Parents Day. Members are required to be in e top twenty-percent of the pharmacy class. W 1: Robert D. Gazsi, Marshall K. Lohman, Kenneth D. Brown, Dana Bryan, Randy Grekowicz. ROW 2: Stephen M. Lund, Daniel L. iddleton, John W. Bicking, ROW 3: Kim J. Sveska, Mark G. Mittlestat, eg Schowalter, Greg Bovee, Larry Cowden. Fiho Chi i 'vi ff GREEKS!293 2941 G REEKS R-,n I 1 Plni Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma is a scholastic honor society for freshmen. Their purpose is to reward and encourage freshmen scholarship and have them participate in all types of college activities. Their activities include participation in co-ed sports, a recognition banquet and community and social service as well as various other fund-raising projects. Requirements for Phi Eta Sigma include freshman status with a minimum load of 12 credit hours and a GPA of 3.5 or above. Phi Eta Sigma was founded in 1923 at the University of Illinois and national pansion began in 1926. At the present time there are 125 chapters and group is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. X' lVlu Gemma Chi Gamma Chi, the honorary choral fraternity, recognizes uals who demonstrate a high standard of Members of Mu Gamma Chi create an at- of spirit and fraternity: they support, stimulate, promote the development of musical activities at S.C. The group holds an annual Spring Banquet and an spring picnic for all members of the FSC choral Money-making projects are developed to funds for supporting school activities, as well as active members. Members must have com- one quarter's membership in one of the regular choral organizations have an academic cumulative A. of 2.00, and an H.P.A. of 3.00 in the choral 1ST BOW: Cathy Canham-Recording Sec., Laurie Newbound. HOW 2: Marla Grimaudo, Barb Crowden, Karen McComb, Dawn Zlmmerman, Marshall Allan, Aimee Luea-Treasurer, Cyndy Sprentall, Don Strlzkl, Joyce Day, Jan McComb. FlOW 3: Jim Bllyea, Ken Wlelfaert, Mike Willmann, Ted Abbgy, Mike Fyke, Alan Nash-Corresponding Sec., Michael Miller-President, Bob Sherman, Clyde Allore, Doug Scott. V ,...,,T.,g gk A -,fg,M:.g.tQ1l,YH- lf".-. -H ,I, GFlEEKS!295 Phi Sigma Kappa QU! FM' REALTY BIG R.llC'r 'IE E6 LEFT TO RIGHT: John Lovelette, Tom Valley, Tony Drew, Bud Hecholy, Brad Bennett, Jim Remp, Rich Randolph, Jim Tovinittl, Rich Visco, J. D. Scheerens, Gil LeBlanc lkneelingi. Jim Lindsey, THE GEEK. 296!GFlEEKS Phi Sigma Kappa is a social fraternity whose purpose is to form a common affiliation among all types of students. The group sponsors a Valentine's Day Party at Greenridge Nursing Home, parties, a movie and does, work for MOARC, Mecosta Osceola Area Retarded Citizens. Phi Sigma Kappa was founded nationally March 15, 1873, and in 1965 locally. Members must have a 2.00 HPA. Dmicrori Delta Kappa e Ferris State College Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa is atively new to our campus. The National Honorary adership Fraternity replaced a local honor society in the rly 1970's and only in the last three years have women en invited as members. w members are nominated by dean's, faculty, and stu- nt organizations then screened by present members h the guidance of faculty advisors. The members are osen for leadership qualities shown through olarship, athletics, religious and social service, mass dia, journalism, speech and the creative and perfor- ng arts, in combination with scholastic standing in the per one-third of their class. November, several faculty and student members nded the Providence lX Conference at Olivet College. two-day conference included representatives from hurst College, Hillsdale College, Northern Illinois University, Olivet College, Purdue University, University of Illinois. and Wayne State University. Several guest speakers were also greeted by the group to better inform them of different areas and functions of the college. Preliminary work was also done for a lecture series to begin next year. BACK ROW: Anton Sheridan, Mr. Robert Large--faculty advisor, Cat Boyd, Deborah Buck, Suzette Ripepe, Margaret Frandsen, Stephen Ehardt, Mr. James Wink-faculty advisor, John Gottschalk. MIDDLE ROW: Thomas Ewald, Charles Woolley. Marla Bolzman, Carol Wisniewski, James Taylor, Fred Cooley. FRONT ROW: Carol Vine, Bon- nie Malburg-President, Debbie Erlkson. MISSING: Dorothy Page, Tim Rlfenburg, Michael Sanborn, Bob Wllcox, Kenneth Murphy, Gary Brion, Christine Wagner, Dacho Dachoff-faculty secretarty, John McNamara and Richard Santer-faculty advisors. GFlEEKS!297 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon is a social fraternity started in May of 1967 by Bruce Traverse of the local Sigma Tau Beta. On September 15, 1973, the group became the Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The brothers and sisters planned many activities throughout the year such as: marches for Muscular Distrophy, canned food drives, the Mecosta County Boat Regatta and Happy Hours at the Alibi. BACK ROW-Left to Right: Scott Leach, Lisa Martin, Rich Parent, Nancy Schweitzer, Dave Gilllkin, Bill Michaels, Rob Light, Cheri Schlipp. 4TH ROW-Gregg Davis, Laura Weiss. SRD ROW-Rick Light. 2ND ROW-Clyde Hardman, Sue Surian. 1ST ROW-Bernie Thomas, Nancy Krauss. MISSING-Jane Krygier, Kelvln Curtis, James O'dell, Dennis Madigan, Warren Avey, Paul Jackson. 298!GFiEEKS Tau Kappa Epsilon u Kappa Epsilon is a social fraternity whose purpose is stimulate scholarship, develop character, promote therhood, and create and maintain an environment in ich sacred and enduring friendships may be formed. me of the activities which have been planned by the n of Tau Kappa Epsilon are a Bike-A-Thon, T.G.'s, vies, spring weekend, and homecoming activities as Il as participation in intramural athletics. mbership is open to any male student enrolled at Ferris o shall carry at least a 2.00 G.PA., and comply with the s of Ferris and the by-laws of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Theta Psi chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity was med in 1962 with Dr. John Taylor as their advisor. ROW 1: Rick Kour, Frank Fortelka, Terry Jelneck, Rick Uldricks, Mark Merritt. ROW 2: Terry Kucia, Bob Claudill, Randy Sheppard, Bill Dalton. ROW 3: Dave Carrier, Dennis Patrick, John Allison, Tony Barras, Kirk Hamilton, Bill McElroy, Bob Beene, Loren McFadden, Jeff Fischer, Den- nis Miller, James Foster. ROW 4: Don Cooper, Buck DeLaplaine, Pat Wenn, Mike Eilander, Mike Ballinger, Jerry McMillan. GFtEEKS!299 Delta Sigma Phi Little Sisters 'Q QD , Y'-or J! L 'gift ILL HQEECIZZET Sgvlol-JMaril3fvn IXOOK, Shgfilyng fafllilieb Viggo' The Delta Sigma Phi Little Sisters organization is a war s. - an ea erwax ue acon e I6 - - ' ' s t h Schippes, Sue Garvelink. THIRD ROW-Linda Jacobs, Sally Christoff, tsrog SAW fse ptljrpftgse E10 in 'Em to the Deb Brower, Julie Williams, Sally Christoft. She e Tjhlalihc ap Er' I 'tt ed 'Stars promote lgma I FOUQ SOCIG an pf'Ogl'am SOOIGREEKS friendliness and cooperation. The organization, in 1971, helps with Homecoming and celebrates Sisters Founder's Day annually. Members are hold a 2.0 honor point average and be ambitious and hard-working. elta Sigma Phi hink Big, Be A Delt Sig!" ST ROW! Shane Di6hl. Jim ViCk6fS. Kevin 0'Nl8ll9y. Bob Zlf1Ski. Quinn, Keith Nichols, G. W. lthe dogt. THIRD ROW: Jack Potter, Mike hard Stover, Brian Sulzer, Ted Carlton. SECOND ROW: Mike Coates, Allen, Elton Snuffy, Razmus Smith, Greg Frltspatrlck Boggs, Tom Tylenda, Tim Grimes, Mike May, Jack Shanholtz, Dan GREEKSISO1 Chi Gamma lot FRONT ROW: Wayne Zigler, Gale Shoemaker-Advisor, William Halm-Advisor, Willlam Ewald, Ron Carrier, Joe Hibbard. LEFT SIDE: Tom Karaslenski, Kurt Mosher, Jim Sims, Wayne Kohn, Bill Whit- myer-Sgt. at Arms, Leo Ainsworth-President. RIGHT SIDE: Kevin Craft, Steve Cadleux, Robert Tenbush, Tom Ewald-National President, Greg White-Vice President, Jim Bradley-Secretary. Missing: Charles Laudeman, Ben Bradford, Christopher Carman, Norman E. Grinnell, Larry Hincks, Doug Larson, Jim Misner, Shelby Money, Alan Obenauf, Randal Witherspoon, Jack King. GREEKS!302 Chi Gamma Iota is a veteran's scholastic honor soci whose purpose is to promote scholastic achievement a civic responsibility. This national veteran's organizati has planned a fund-raising event for the American Can Society and their annual eucher tournament for this ye Ipha Psi Omega, a National Honorary Dramatic Fraterni- , is designed to acquaint students with the theater. It was arted on campus in 1946, and restarted in 1968 by con- erned students. is group sponsors a 3-week pledge period and the ception for alumni at Homecoming. embers must have a 2.00 HPA, and participate in two ayhouse productions. Alpha Psi Omeg . 'Af B Y X J, L' W- mv. L 'f"- F UP STAIRCASE FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Leslle Vulllemot, Pam Mulu, Carol Purbrick, Suzette Ripepe, Mark "Rocky" Williams, Sheryl Reamsma, Larry Owens, Donna Diehl, Mae Thomas, Denise Awram-Secretary, Marla Bolzman-Vice-President, John Schlafley-President, Neil Toivonen-Treasurer. GFtEEKS!303 Kappa Kappa Psi-Tau Beta Sigm were ,V l ' l 1 I 'a""'O-+- -.l Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma, founded in 1966 ROW ONE! Sue FliChardS,l Jerry ITSG, Denise Kuclemba ROW on FSC Campus, are honorary band organizations. Their neV'e Kees' Jeenne '-'n"'e'ne' Cnne LYON' Se"en Ben' Seny . . . Sheryl Graham, Laurle Stafford, Lois Elliott, Marge Daly, Kathy purpose 'e 19 Prennete band and 'nnema' fenewenm' Flow THREE: Steve Wolff, Howard Klmball, Becky Smith, Carol Cu Membefshlp 'Includes two terms In the FSC band and Tom Lampen, Marv Benoit, Craig Wilson, Jim Chapman, Ward W special recommendation by the director. Allan Flachsmann, Sheri Hayes Not pictured: Steve Lapp, Mark .lun Loraine Deeg, Flollln Seneglaub, David Stone. 304lGREEKS Dhi Gamma Nu Thi Gamma Nu is a professional sorority for those in the eld of business. They stress the bond of Sisterhood, par- lcipation in school and community activities, and the en- ouragement of high scholarship and professionalism . . Founder's Day, business tours, scholarship dinners, oeakers, adopt-a-grandparent, service projects . . . UN! Their motto is "TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS". 49 1.- '..c 38 Q4 Ag: J' " ' x ROW 1: Sharon Hoffman, Ruth Ann Mays, Judy Oumedian, Judy Passino. ROW 2: Deb Breiner, Yvonne Lewis, Dorothy Page, Lynnette McDaniel. ROW 3: Nancy Peterson, Diane DeFelice, Penny Frandsen, Mrs. Ruis. ROW 4: Karen Pierce, Sally Junker, Sue Rybinski. ROW 5: Lisa Slocum, Mary Ann Shotwell, Norma Oliver. ROW 6: Cathy Balkon, Valorie Platt, Kathy Larson, Kay Wenger, Mr. Lindsey, Cathy Swiderek. Not pictured: Bev Oprea, JoAnn Hickman, Karen McDonald, Patti Hen- ning, Lynn Behrendt. s XE' ,fya , 15 "?' -fx ff 6 1-F. ,vw fx 3 C -"f""" aneexsfsos Delta Sigma P --A-.mu . V A , 'E - 'SL "f is 4 r 's .J , , - pm , , if M wx MW ' . Q ' w, SOSIGREEKS ssl 'i s ae sm 'sail R Delta Sigma Pi was begun in 1959 by Arthur H. Croft, an accounting professor, to give business students a chance to be involved in activities outside the classroom. His in- tent was to give students a chance to put their business education to work before entering the job market. Through Delta Sigma Pi's professional and social ac- tivities, they have maintained this founding objective. Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity. Its purpose is to foster the study of business through speakers, tours, professional activities and social events. Their tours included trips to Meijer's, Stroh's, Rapid Star, and the waste water treatment plant in Muskegon. The group sponsored the faculty cocktail hour for the School of Business faculty career day, and the Homecoming alumni get-together. Members must be enrolled in a four-year curriculum in the School of Business and maintain at least a 2.0 overall gradepoint. Delta Sigma Pi: 11 Tony Gabel, 21 Stan Bein, 31 Dick Noreen, 41 Jim Jaworski, 51 Charles Vandvren, 61 Ron Kirkpatrick, 71 Gary Mohr, 81 Dennis Atkinson, 91 Dale Bugby, 101 Larry Owens, 111 Craig Poddig, 121 Bob Forsman, 131 Bill Willmarth, 141 Wayne Szymczyk, 151 Dennis Nienhuis, 161 Brain Hass, 171 Tony McCrimmon, 181 Dave Bealer, 191 Flay Freshour, 201 Mike Chmura, 211 Dave Templeton, 221 Dave Carlson, 231 Randy Schoof, 241 Jay Taylor, 251 Dave Booher, 261 Mark Stanley, 271 Lou Demarco, 281 Dave Brownell, 291 Dave Miller, 301 Tony Curtis, 311 Bob Bray, 321 Randy Fleiten, 331 Gary DeBoer, 341 Mike Trisch, 351 Bob Pietala, 361 Brian Echtinaw, 371 Dan Oumedian, 381 Joe Pray, 391 Mark Feldsten, 401 Mark Carey, 411 Jim Heyboer, 421 Ron Erickson, 431 Terry Gates, 441 John Pace, 451 Mike Smokovich. l Q3 Nsea tksxxqql nggk 'I 37 4445 . '3 f ll- P ,. .. , ao 9' rm ai 3' SY- 35 A - 37 '35 35 W Kf 34 38 13 f 'V 44 40 4l f"' f GREEKSXSO7 I , , I . -1 Z ia ft.. G S ff, 3 ' 1 . E ,Q Ya 2 ,bl E 4 g 'Q wuz" E.. V ' 'O Kiki.- -45. .nllxwf ' lrvl X .W ,., Mui : 3081 G REEKS Alpha Sigma Ch Alpha Sigma Chi is Ferris' professional law enforcement frater- nity. Its aim is to promote high stan- dards within law enforcement and criminal justice fields. Alpha Sigma Chi has had a number of guest speakers, parties and fund- raising projects, all for the benefit of its membership. Requirements for membership are that a student must be pursuing a degree in law enforcement and must maintain a 2.00 honor point average to continue active status. FRONT ROW: Mark D. Rodemeyer, prof. vice presidentg Cheryl Warczinsky, Sergeant-at- Armsg Dawn Simpson, president, Janette Wiseheart, secretary: Denise Lee, social vice president, and Don Vandervoort, treasurer. ROW 2: Leo Hagar, Joseph R. Denomy, Diane L. MacGregor, Melvin J. Kendziorski, Denise D. Keena' and Douglas M. Scott. ROW 3: Richard Randolph, Mlke Fitzsimons, Grant S. Sowa, William Burd, Roger VanderMolen and Kathleen Nickels. ROW 4: Terry Nerbonne, advisor, Edward Hillyer, Edward L. Hay, Teresa Langln. James Anderson, Don Kitchen and Alan L. Lawson, advisor. GREEKSl309 Lambda Kappa Sigma Lambda Kappa Sigma is a social and professional sorority to promote the profession of pharmacy among women. This sorority has sponsored ,the Homecoming Mum Sale, the Valentine Day Parties, the Spring Weekend Canoe trip and a Professional Project for Hygeia Day! Nationally, Lambda Kappa Sigma was founded by Ethal J. Heath in 1913 in Boston Mass. Locally it was the first sorority at Ferris, colonizing in 1953. This group also in- itiated the formation of Ferris' Panhellenic Council. Members must be women, enrolled in pharmacy or pre- pharmacy and have a 2.00 HPA. Leslie Shaffer, Cat Boyd, Chris Richards Cathy Marazita, Margie Markiton, Marilyn Keating, Bonnie Jo Vincent, Joann Pera, Debbie Norris, Cindy Flichlie, Laura Faith, Laura Glasser, Cindy Plemmons, Marilyn Bakhaus, Teresa Zellmer, Liz Hoddy, Mrs. Betty Swartz, Lori Purnell STOIGREEKS gl T7 an GPN! our xt., - ,ls A 1? lf! Q . rf- , 1 f 412-fiff ,ztw - -f , GREEKSIS11 312!GREEKS Kappa Psi The men of Kappa Psi, consider ourselves to be a ver closely knit group of men who promote the profession pharmacy through such activities as diabetes screening hypertension clinics, SAPHA and the Drug Educatio team. They are also quite active socially: They sponsor Winter Carnival and the Schlitz Gusto Games as well participating in Homecoming, Greek Week and campus-wide activities. The fraternity was chartered as the Gamma Chi Chapter Kappa Psi in 1952, and presently has an membership of 32 brothers, 19 of whom live at the nity house located at 119 S. Warren. FRONT ROW: Half Baked, Wop, Muddy, G.G., Huggy Bear, Buzzard, Skippy, Uncle Carl, Iso Propyl and Runtabaggie. BACK Spoon, Twerp, Prolong, Buck, Doc "K", Lars, Killer, Chester Molester, Doc Death, Red Dog, Hugh Boy, Goober, E.P., Rosebud Roadie. lpha Delta Sigma pha Delta Sigma is a professional advertising club ose purpose is to get students together to participate in rious projects having to do with their future profession. e group plans activities throughout the year suchas eakers, field trips, Ad Recognition Week, parties, a flyer oject, as well as other money-making functions. The ly requirement for Alpha Delta Sigma is to have some erest in business or advertising. if ti In window: Chuck Weighman, Jlm Slater, Jerry Stuits. From left to right Gary Burnside, Duane Gilbert, Beth Holman, Bob Greiner, Peggy Fay Laurie Hoch, Marcia Ostrander. Q1 x, K' '35 GREEKSl313 314!GREEKS Ca . sf K , , aw if fl, dfll Q i f' Q -l D- pf" Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha is a social fraternity designed to establish fraternal brotherhood and promote the improvement of education among its members. This fraternity sponsors a Christmas party for Greenridge Nursing Home, a March of Dimes Walkathon, a Fall Community Clean-up and contributes donations to the blind. Lambda Chi Alpha is the fourth-largest fraternity in the nation and is also one of the youngest. lt was founded nationally in 1925, and was es- tablished at Ferris in 1963. A 2.00 honor point average is required for membership. BOTTOM HALF, LEF'l' TO RIGHT: Marty Shultz, Mark Neville, Chrls Bowers, Todd Bed- nis, Dave Guelde, Art Garcia, Robb Granger, Dave Short, TOP HALF, LEFT TO RIGHT: J.D. Crowe, Louls Boggs, Mark Newcombe, Randy Wenzel, Bob VanNorman, Jerry Houk, Don Dynamil, Jim Berry, Bruce, Bond, Timo Nlcholaou, Randy Ellder, Doug Shetzou, Mark Snhmeedlch, Tom Shinzel, Chuck Bollman, Steve Brozowski, Kurt Cassel and George Nledson. Not In picture: Dan Scott, Jim Purdy and Chuck Alcanter GREEKS!315 Q. -L E- i- x Q , if 1, ,, M.. -w -,f' -..N-' ,Q - 'S' A 1 , ! N' v'1'f-fF"9 . V' J' v ? Panhellenic Counci . E r " ., .saggy ai.: 7 Q-12 XP fy. ! -jv.',' 1 , -' TT' 12' ' . TH- .71 . E ni 4- 1 ...X ,,.. raw, Y 1131. 31 GIGREEKS Panhellenic Council is composed of all social sororities on campus. The purpose of the organization is to promote friendship and unity within the sororities and to govern all activities. One must hold membership in one of the social sororities to join the organization. LEFT TO RIGHT: ROW 1: fKNEELINGl Kay Wenger-Secretary, Darcy McCandIess-President, Marilyn Keating, Kathy Germain. ROW 2: ISITTINGJ Lynn Haddick-Vice President, Margie Markiton-Treasurer, Dr. Mary McClelland-Advisor, Marie Deyman, Dorothy Paige, Janie Kurdelmayer, Yvonne Lewis. BACK ROW: Gwen Gladney. GFiEEKSl317 The IVIen Of Pi Kappa Alph Top to bottom-Left to right: George Wilkins, Mike Reinbold, Al Ten- brink, Reid Miller, Paul Stevens, Andy Flltter, Stuart Williams, Mike Hogan, Dave Anderson, Tim Nowicki, Scott Mazur, Mike Rose, Dave Lang, John Fortuna, Larry Kohanski, Don Dibble, Chip Bennis, Bob Led- ford, Tom Bader, John Masters, Bill Baumgartner, Tom Phelps, James Good Friends . Good Times . . Good Memories . It all begins at the "PIKE HOUSE" 318lGREEKS Crocenzi, Perry Eric Davis, Ron Watson, Kevin Couslneau, Gary Mike Goan, Duane Ruge, Russ Verba, Steve Lowry. Missing from Charles Schnetzler, Brian DesErmia, Doug Kniff, AI Schafer Lindstrom, Mark Ritter, Jim Perlberg. f X of -.,,. wg . If -LL! 1.3 ff" 6-R ifjil ss.-Q Pi Kappa Alpha is an international college social fraternity, and the first to appear on the campus of Ferris. The men of Pi Kappa Alpha strive to build a better personal character of themselves and those around them by enhancing the social life of every member in the organization. Pi Kap- pa Alpha means sponsoring some of the best parties on campus, par- ticipating in community projects, striving for superior scholastic per- formance and V belonging to a brotherhood that helps develop a well-rounded man of the future. They believe that brotherhood is just another word for friendship, but friendship is enhanced when a member of the winning team. GREEKSIS19 W ty 4... L, 4. V'-,a G.. ef-.fqtgvta-DLA, 0 V,' U ' u F-1 320lGREEKS C T'f 1317 'I .5 gf 'b 1 L ga, K, W 5 fb 4. 4 4. 74 M 13- ,G 'S D , Q0 'Lvl fo . ' 1 ci' Q Q qfl?,f 764 Pi Omega Pi BACK ROW: John Doneth, Robert Herrington, Mark Louma, Hitch. FRONT ROW: Susan Sommers, Drew Condon, Mary Pi Omega Pi was organized on the Ferris campus June 11, 1961, to encourage high ethical stand business and professional life. Each candidate must enrolled in a business teacher-education currict member must be at least a sophomore with a 3.00 N Phi Alpha is a social fraternity whose purpose is to unity among all people and sponsor good will to men. ha Phi Alpha sponsors many activities throughout the r such as: the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial gram in April, the Black and Gold Ball in May, par- pation in the Big Brothers program and the awarding a S500 scholarship to a needy, black student each F. ha Phi Alpha was the first black college fraternity, nded in 1906 at Cornell University in New York. They e over 500 graduate and undergraduate chapters rldwide and a total of 60,000 members. fag' '-3' ' X in Nth T?-4' -s, V33 Fat s,,'j' xr.-sstf? f :Q .1 41. a --"fx r F'MW:"' Yin V. I . ,vw - , .,i,3f- .Y . , 4' i.fi5P if Left side: Bryon Love-Treasurer, Jerry Flussaw-Vlce president, Christopher Frierson-President. Right side: Kenneth Milhouse-Secretary, Charles Jackson Jr., Rickey Locke-Angel Coor- dinator. Missing: Bruce Mosley, Gary Taylor, Keith Morrell, Darryl Butler, Willie Mitchell, Arther Mallory, Mr. Robert Williams-advisor. Alpha Phi Alpha GFlEEKS!321 A Abbgy, Ted 295 Abraham, Gary G. 247 Accorsi, Constance 186,267 Achtabowski, Kathy 262 Achterhof, Tracy 254 Adams, Clark 77 Adams, Theodore 40,248 Adlam, Bobbi 40,262 Agema, Steven 168 Ainsworth, Leo 50,302,248 Alcant, Chuck 315 Aldridge, Kathleen 40 Alfen, Alger, Allan, Allen, Allen, Allen, Alley, Gary 232 Robert 153 Marshall 77,295 Carolyn 229 Mlchael 275,301 Shirley 251 Pamela 69 Allison, Deb 258 Allison, John 299 Allor, Clyde 40,135,295 Allshouse, Kurt 254 Anderson, Cheryl 252 Anderson, David 50,268,318 Anderson, James 69,309 Anderson, Janette 235 Anderson, Jill 69 Anderson, Kathy 50 Anderson, Linda 69,260 Anderson, Michael 275,284 Anderson, Susan 224,225 Andrie, Patricia 229 Andrzejewski, Nancy 40 Andrzejewski, Ronald 177 Angel, Linda 236 Anglero, Luis 88 Antcliffe, Jan 232 Antishin, Pamela 267,281 Apel, Julie 164 Applegate, Jeffrey 153 Arend, Thomas 88,229 Armbruster, Sue 226 Armock, Cynthia 154 Armstrong, Kevin 283 Armstrong, Tom 253 Arnold, Dianne 260 Arnold, Kim 154 Asbury, Denise Ann 50 Ash, David A. 153 Asplund, Linda L. 40,252,226 Atkinson, Dennis M. 50,307 Augustin, Diane Kay 50 Auram, Denise 88,247 Avram, Denise M. 303 Ayotte, Randi M. 61 Babcock, James F. 254 Baburian, Zarouhi S. 77,249 Bacon, David L. 88 Bader, Thomas E. 318 Bailey, Dianne M. 244 Bailey, Pascal 88,283 Bakale, Matthew C., Jr. 254 Baker, Charlene R. 69 Baker , Dan 154 Baker, David M. 162,163,175 Baker, Richard P. 77 Bakhart, Ed 289 Bakhaus, Marilyn K. 310 322!lNDEX Balconi, Susan Kay 50,300 Baldwin, Diane L. 77 Baldwin, Michael 258 Bale, Dennis R. 156,157 Balis, Diane L. 244 Balis, James L. 244 Balk, Dianne M. 229 Balkon, Cathy L. 305 Ballinger, Michael J. 299 Bandy, Stephan P. 244 Baranowski, Keith E. 88 Barber, Davld L. 236 Barnes, Brenda L. 40 'Barras, Clifford A., Jr. 299 Bartlett, Bonnie 232 Bartlett, Roy F. 88 Bartlett, Sandra M. 50 Bartos, Diana M. 77,277 Bascom, George 69 Batanni, Janet 249 Batchelder, Phillip 275,284 Baumeister, Judith M. 61 Baumgartner, Robert O. 246 Baumgartner, William 318 Baxter, Robert S., Jr. 256,283 Bayee, Alayne F. 69,236 Beaderstadt, John H. 236 Beadle, Jill M. 251 Beagle, Patrick J. 50 Bealer, Dave 307 Beall, Lindy L. 40 Beck, Debra S. 77,277 Beck, Gloria M. 61,260,292 Becker, David G. 244 Beckwith, Dan R. 40,258 Bedenis, Todd S. 315 Beduhn, Cathleen M. 236 Bee, Theoddre J. 157,160,161 Beeken, Owen J. 247 Beemer, Daniel R. 88 Beene, Bob 299 Behrendt, Lynn D. 305 Behrens, Amy Jo 251 Bein, Stan 307 Bell, Michael B. 268 Bell, Sarah G. 304 Beltinck, Alvin V. 266 Bemis, Susan Lynn 244 Bender, Rhonda L. 251 Benford, Meridee 262 Benedetti, David M. 77 Bengel, Brian 177 Benjamin, Kelly L. 231 Bennett, Alphonzo O. 284 Bennett, Brad 296 Bennis, George F., Jr. 318 Benott, Marvin V., Jr. 304 Bensko, Dennis W. 136 Benson, Patricia A. 50 Benton, Lewis C., Jr. 77 Benzing, Norman L. 268 Berdan, Mary 277 Berg, Kevin 154 Berke, Chris 255 Bergstrom, David H. 254 Berman, Beth E. 267 Bernthal, Barbara A. 40 Bernthal, Bethany M. 50,231,267 Bero, Kari Jean 40,252 Berry, Jim 315 Besey, Kevin D. 40,258 Bettinger, Rich V. 268 Beuerle, Linda M. 251 Beyer, Rodney L. 244,234 Bianchi, Leo G. 77 Bicking, John W. 77,293 Biem, Stanley D. 50,254 Bierce, Charolette 136 Bieri, Janet L. 263 Bieri, Susan M. 50 Biller, Dan 226,257 Bilyea, James C. 77,135,136,295 Binder, Ruth F. 267 Birch, Jana C. 267 Bird, Stephani A. 40 Birdsall, Sue 262 Bishop, Thomas W. 136,236 Biven, Joyce D. 50 Blair, Kelly S. 236 Blake, Harly 257 Block, Gordy 258 Blohm, Diana Lee 252 Blomquist, John E. 77 Blustein, Sheri L. 263 Bodjanac, Robert L. 279 Boersema, Edward N. 50 Boesnecker, Kenneth O. 77 Bogard, Carol S. 61,151,164 Boggs, James M. 301 Boggs, Louis E. 315,235 Bohland, Mark 257 Bollman, Chuck 315 Bond, Carmi 227 Bond, Gail 248 Bolton, Barbara A. 50 Bolyard, Laurie K. 236 Bolzman, Marla J. 135,136,297,303 Bomar, Billy G., Jr. 69 Bomers, Paul D. 183 Bond, Bruce H. 315 Bonkowski, Julia E. 40,267 Bonner, Bonita Ann 260 Booher, Dave 307 Borgman, Joseph E. 279 Bouchey, Douglas W. 279 Bouthiller, Mike 226 Bovee, Gregory S. 77,293 Bowers, Christopher D. 259,275,315 Bowers, Vance C. 249 Bowles, Craig B. 50,268 Boyce, William A. 263,279 Boyd, Catherine L. 77,297,310 Boyd, Madeline 77 Boyer, Charles F. 77 Boykin, Boylan, William T. 153 Daniel P. 148 Boyle, John 227 sozek, Karen 267 sozlcevicn, .John 279 Brabbs, Jeffrey 40,135 Braden, Eddie 153 Bradford, Ben 302,232 Bradford, Joanne 40 Bradish, Michael 266 Bradley, Barbara 50 Bradley, James 302,248 Bradley, Mercedes 292 Brainard, Benjamin 244 Bray, Robert 177,307 Breault, Darwin 153 Breiner, Deborah 50,246,305 Bremer, Anne 267 Brinker, Kirsten 50,251 Brintllnger, Kurt 174,175 Brion, Gary 297 Britton, Donald 148 Broaoski, Mlchael 235 Broddski, Michael 40 Brower, Debra 300 Brown, Barry 77,279 Brown, Diane 251,226 Brown, Douglas 50 Brown, Kenneth 77,293 Brown, Linda 267 rown, Richard 69 rown, Roy 40,230 rown, Willie 153 rownell, Dave 307 rownfield, Fred 279 rownson, Karen 267 rozowski, Steven 315 rueback, Lynn 268 ryan, Dana 77,293 uohalski, James 279 uchowski, Dan 291 uck, Deborah 263,297 udd, Donelda 251 udreau, Robert 50 ugby, Dale 307 ie, Willie 144,153 ko, Kathy 166,167 llard, Keith 177 nner, Dale 291 rciaga, Steven 183 rd, William 153,309 rgess, Cynthia 244 rkett, Martha 234,257 rmeister, Debra 50 rnaby, Constance 50 rnett, Mark 77 rns, Lorrie 267 rnside, Gary 50,313 rtch, Janet 267 sh, David 271 sonick, John 153 tcher, Jacquelyn 267 tcher, Marcia 40,267 tler, Daryl 321 wolda, Donald 51 lsma, Ken 88 C bage, Ellynn 243 dieux, Stephen 302 in, Frederick 88 lhoun, Christie 69,292 lhoun, Kim 40 lhoun, Yvonne 260 llahan, Bonnie 101 llahan, Jill 252 llahan, Marianne 77,263 llihan, Nancy 281 mpau, Renee 267 mpbell, Beth 135,136,254 nham, Cathy 295 nnon, Dannie 51 nnon, David 153,254 nute, Sharilynn 251,300 pron, Woodie 227 puto, Michael 289 rey, Jeryl 51 ey, Mark 307 l, Dianne 251 ley, Patricia 51 lson, David 254,307 lson, Susan 69 lton, Barbara 267 lton, Ted 301 man, Christopher 127,302 michael, Cheryl 61 mody, Sheri 236 r, Robert 135,168 rier, David 299 roll, Anthony 153 er, Lynette 268 er, Pamela 69 e, Nancy 281 e, Steven 289 Cassel, Kurt 315 Caswell, Mark 148,153 Cavallaro, Cary 244 Cetnar, Karen 40,267 Chamberlain, David 88 Champney, Joan 40,262 Chaney, Becky 229 Chapman, Donna 77 Chapman, James 304 Chase, Linda 40 Cheles, Deb 277 Chenoweth, Steve 227 Cherba, Robert 256 Cheshire, Cheryl 267 Chigi, Phil 152 Chivis, Chris 262 Chmura, Mike 307 Christensen, Claude 170 Christensen, Nick 254 Christoff, Sally 300 Cijntje, Melvin 168,169 Cimala, Virgil 40 Clare, Cliff 244 Clark Alpha 284 Clark Alphonso 284 Clark Andrew 156 Clark Bill 226 Clark Jan 40,262 Cooley, Frederick 78,297 Cooper, Donald 299 Cooper, Sherry 253 Corker, Arthur 279 Cornell, Patricia 51 Cota, Pamela 51 Cousineau, Craig 244 Cousineau, Kevin 318 Cowan, Patricia 287 Cowden, Elaine 51 Cowden, Larry 78,293 Cox, Cynthia 281 Craft, Debra 236 Craft, Kevin 254,302 Crafts, Deb 262 Cragg, Marcella 268 Craig, Margaret 69 Cramer, Kevin 232 Cranmer, Cynthia 247 Crawford, Michael 78 Crocenzi, James 318 Crook, Connie 166,167 Crose, Michelle 244 Crossen, Randy 244 Crowden, Barb 295 Crowe, JD 315 Crowe, Marcyanna 78 Crowley, Lee Ann 244 Clary, John 135,136 Claudhill, Bob 299 Claycomb, Bruce 246 Clayton, Nancy 51 Clemens, Lisa 267 Cleveland, Cindy 239 Cleveland, Steven 51 Clevenger, Deborah 41,252 Clouse, Mark 254 Clugston, Phil 136 Coan, William 318 Coates, Michael 301 Coates, Steven 254 Cobe, Shelly 151 Coburn, Fran 248 Cochran, Rita 267 Cochran, Robert 231 Coe, Cathy 69 Coger, Mike 232 Coggins, Andrew 69,249,260,228 Colbert, Wanda 267 COIe, Robert 184 Coleman, Diane 230 Coletta, Tim 156,159,161 Collett, Bruce 88 Collins, Michael 279 Collins, Tyrone 69,224,228 Comden, Jon 77 Comer, Linda 41 Compeau, Renee 281 Compton, Joe 148,149 Condon, Drau 320 Condon, William 61 Condou, Sue 257 Conflitti, Cleste 235 Congioloso, Pamela 41,267 Conley, Joseph 88 Conlin, Paul 41 Connell, Gail 244 Connelly, Jan 246 Conslglio, Stephanie 41 Conte, Todd 283 Converse, Stephen 183 Conway, Douglas 247 Cook, Catherine 41,186 Cook, Kay 226 Cook, Kenneth 51,254 Cook, Linda 262 Cooke, Terri 255 Cruikshank, Thomas 231 Cullen, Daniel 69 Cummer, Sheryl 267 Cuneo, Cathy 227 Cunningham, Lesli 244 Curley, Carol 51,251,304 Currie, Peter 251 Curtis, Tony 307 Cutler, James 256 Czulinski, Craig 41,235 D Dabney, Tony 260 Dadan, Jami 229 Daggett, Christine 268 Dahlquist, Randolph 263 Dale, Laurie 51 Dalton, William 299 Daly, Margie 41,304,235 Dangelo, Gloria 253 Daniels, Leslie 51,246,291 Darby, Dave 226 Darden, Joseph 283 Darden, Ronald 283 Darling, Steven 88 Dasen, Joanne 41,262 Dattie, Jim 175 Daugavietis, Anita 268 Davenport, Christine 151,172,173 Davenport, Sharon 51 Davies, Russ 227 Davis, Deborah 41,267 Davis, Gregg 298 Davis, James 263,224 Davis, John 156 Davis Maureen 258 Davis Perry 318 Davis Rick 275 Dawe, John 154,162 Day, Joyce 295 Deagostino, Deanne 267 Deboer, Gary 254,307 Decker, Paula 41,252 Decorte, Laura 135,229 Dedamos, Gregory 244 Deeg, Loraine 304 lNDEX!323 Deel, Beatrice 229 Dees, Sandra 287 Defelice, Diane 305 DeKelva, Pat 255 Deibler, Shelley 51 Delamarter, Daniel 144,153 Delaplaine, G.B. 299 Delong, Paul 154 Delong, Philip 175 Demarco, Lou 51,246,251,307 Denis, Suzanne 187 Denison, Jon 236,237,234 Denniston, Sharon 164 Denomy, Joseph 69,309 Dentel, Sheri 41,184,251 Derosa, Patrick 279 Desermia, Brian 318 Desiardins, Glen 88 Devore, Gordon 88 Devos, Debra 41 Dewitt, Laura 41 Deyman, Marie 229,317 Dibble, Donald 318 Dickerson, Dolores 41,262 Dickinson, Ardis 51,232 Diedrick, Karen 150,151 Diehl, Donna 303 Diehl, Shane 275,301 Diendorf, Michael 168,283 Diephuis, Laurie 164 Dill, John 61 Dillman, Ronald 148 Dills, Nancy 69 Dirusso, Jerry 177 Discher, Mary 41,262 Divine, Rick 235 Doane, Joyce 51,254 Dobbie, Doug Dobos, Paul 264 Dodge, Laura 69,236,238 Doerr, Christine 267 Dodnan, Marla 51,268 Doons, Tami 224 Doppel, Kathleen 247 Downing, Cindy 277 Downing, Deborah 77,277 Downs, Tammi 253 Doyle, Maureen 229 Doyle, Paul 172 Drew, Anthony 296 Drouse, Anita 229,232 Drue, Barry 236,238 Dubbink, Donald 180 Dubin, Marshall 248 Duby, Deborah 254 Ducap, Jozann 281 Duchon, Stephen 142,153 Didley, Craig 244 Duflo, Karen 252 Duk, Stephen 279 Duncan, Jeff 227 Dunlap, Jeanne 187 Duquette, Leland 283 Dutkiewicz, Lawrence 254 Dyas, Peter 183 Dyer, Connie 277 Dykman, Kenneth 51,246 Dynamil, Don 315 E Eagle, Dee Ann 229 Eagle, Terry 229,230,224 Eardley, Debra 41,262 Eastman, Deborah 267 324!INDEX Ebel, Marsha 41 Eberle, Margie 262 Echtinaw, Brian 51,307 Edinger, Matt 175 Edwards, Mary Lou 300 Ehardt, Stephen 297 Ehrlich, Diane Sue 41 Eichinger, Kelvin 136 Eilander, Michael 299 Eilder, Randy 315 Elchert, Marsha 267 Ellett, Robert 247 Ellico, Ann 267,281 Ellico, Patricia 281 Elliott, Lois 69,304 Elliott, Richard 89 Ellstrom, Luanne 277 Ely, Michael 168 Emahiser, Joan 244 Emery, Larry 61 Empey, David 279 Engi, John 89,247 Enright, James 177 Entenmann, Blair 246 Epstein, Nancy 51,251 Erbes, Dawn 41 Erdmann, Bradley 183 Erickson, Ed 152,153 Erickson, Debbie 263,287,297 Erickson, Erickson, Ronald 51,307 Scott 170 Ericson, Keith 51 Erler, David 254 Erlewine, Ralph 136 Erwin, Angela 51,246 Evans, Charley 145,153,154 Evans, James 135 Evans, Kathleen 242 Evans, Linda 260 Ewald, Bill 248 Ewald, Thomas 302,297 Flachsmann, Allan 304 Fleming, Tony 154 Flourney, Cedric 232,248 Fluette, Edwin 41,258 Flusty, Richard 52,235 Foco, Sheryl 41 Foley, Jane 52,251 Folske, Margaret 281 Fohey, Tim 228 Ford, Constance 41,267 Ford, Stephen 162,175 Forsman, Bob 307 Fortelka, Francis 299 Fortuna, John 318 Foster, James 299 Fountain, Donald 244 Fountain, Steven 154,162,163,175 Fox, Bernice 61 Fox, Erik 52,254 Fox, William 244 Francis, Carol 263 Francis, Laura 234 Frandsen, Margaret 52,297,305 Frank, Susan 281 Fransted, Russ 227 Frazer, Tanya 243 Frazier, Jeffrey 231 Fredrickson, Robert 89 Freeman, Tanya 281 Freiberg, Alan 231 Freiburger, Kurt 52 Freshour, Ray 307 Frierson, Bernita 52,260 Frierson, Christopher 275,321 Froehlioh, Mary 78 Frostick, Terri 254 Fruge, Marian 260 Fuener, Caroline 166,167 Fyke, Michael 78,295 Ewigleben, Robert 'l54,155,162,163 F Fagerman, Kenneth 78 Fairfax, Denise 69 Faith, Laura 177,310 Farrand, Jill 242 Farrill, Mark 232 Farris, Larry 268 Fauble, Kenneth 89 Fay, Margaret 246 Feakken, Suann 226 Feldsten, Mark 307 Fenton, Roberta 51,244 Ferguson, Robert 69,244 Fertig, Thomas 153 Fetterley, Dixie 51 Fick, Cindy 228 Fick, Susan 69,231 Fiddler, Rick 61 Fife, Sylvia 260,292 Findlay, Bruce 89 Findlay, Gary 318 Finkey, Lloyd 283 Fischer, Stephen 89 Fischer, William 51 Fish, Deb 226 Fisher, Brenda 52,246,254 Fisher, David 152,251 Fisher, Jeftery 299 Fisk, Perry 181 Fitzpatrick, Gregory 301 Fitzsimons, Michael 309 G Gabel, Tony 307 Gao, Stephen 291 Gaetano, Kenneth 177 Gaines, Darrell 284 Gallagher, Kenneth 136,255 Gallagher, Michael 236 Galvin, Nancy 230 Games, Ben 136 Gannon, Maureen 268 Garcia, Art 315 Garcia, Luis 89 Garvelink, Susan 300 Gaspar, Jonathan 89 Gasperosky, Susan 268 Gates, Pam 277 Gates, Terry 52,307 Gautraud, Margaret 41,262 Gay, Robert 52 Gazsi, Robert 293 Gee, Douglas 153 Gamber, Catherine 229 Gengle, Trish 277 George, Anthony 41 George, Delores 226 George, Delvras 229 Germain, Kathleen 287,317 Gienapp, Kim 254 Gilbert, Duane 313 Giles, Tom 227 Gillespie, Angelo 268 Gillespie, Douglas 70,226,257 Gillespie, Gary 248 Gillespie, Sue 228 illikin, Dave 298 inter, Kevin 243 iordano, James 78 Iadney, Gwen 317 lasser, Laura 310 lendening, Brent 52,232 odby, Beth 267 ogolin, Julie 281 oldstein, Kevin 275 olenbiewski, George 254 omolak, Normand 177 odall, Greg 255 rbinski, Dan 291 rczyca, Cindy 277 rlewski, Ronald 291 rman, Brian 70 sline, Lynne 230 ttschalk, John 148,297 upil, Janet 226 van, Michael 136,153 ab, John 153 able, Daniel 135,246 abner, Dick 279 aham, Robert 275 aham, Sheryl 304 anberry, Robert 142,153 anger, Becky. 262 anger, Robin 310 assley, Daniel 279 avlin, Julia 41 ay, Michael 52 ay, Tim 227 een, Harold 247 een, John 227 een, Paul 244 eene, Margaret 52 eenlee, Michael 242 eenwald, Liz 70 einer, Robert 313 kowicz, Randy 78,263,293 nn, Marianne 78 velding, William 89 ffin, Karen 52 ffore, Susan 267 maudo, Maria 135,295 mes, Tim 301 nnell, Norman 302 mak, Kathy 151 ss, Mary 254 ss, William 52 dt, Linda 271 nst, David 52,225,224,255 elde, David 175,315 gel, Jonathan 89 illard, Theresa 52 nnill, Alan 229 in, Kathy 78 H dick, Lynn 89,259,275,281,317 dix, Keith 78 ar, Leo 309 n, Mary 267 ley, Larry 148 I, Jacqueline 41 I, Jeff 232 I, Milton 153 I, Robert 183 I, Roy 52 I, William 175 ler, Rhonda 268 ler, Richard 153,254 lifax, Lois 150,151 loway, Klm 244 Hallquist, Susan 254 Halverstadt, Kim 52,253,224 Hamel, Jamie 262 Hamilton, Bruce 230 Hamilton, Joseph 244 Hamilton Kirk 299 Hamilton Mike 255 Hanft, Orna 267 Hanley, Michael 236 Hannaford, Cheryl 52,246,254 Hansen, Cindy 235 Hansen, Eve 267 Happie, Brian 52 Hill, Craig 40 Hill, Jeri 254 Hill, Jimmy 284 Hillyer, Edward 309 Hilt, Linda 267 Hincks, Larry 302 Hinsdale, Grover 175 Hivala, Karen 79 Hoch, Laurie 52,213 Hooker, Kirk 148 Hoddy, Elizabeth 310 Hoekenga, John 154 Hoffman, Sharon 305 Hoffner, Brenda 172,173 Hardin, Dale 266 Hardman, Clyde 275,298 Hardman, Gene 162,175 Harge, Solomon 231 Harkins, Jim 248 Harkless, Thomas 247,283 Hogan, Mike 318 Holaski, HOIITIBD, Greg 154 Beth 90,313 Holman, David 183 Holmes, Judy 287 Harms, Brian 229 Harper, Douglas 52,246,268 Harr, David 180 Harris, Cindy 70,236,237,238 Harris, Leonard 230 Harris Marie 52 Harris Mark 236 Harris, Thomas 142,153.89 Harrison, Brenda 70 Harrison, Glen 275 Harrison, Joel 89,240,242,284 Hart, Brian 89 Hass, Al 224 Hass, Brian 307 Hasse, Charles 177,178 Hattner, Anita 277 Holmstrom, Carol 42 Holobaugh, Betsy 249 Hooker, Susan 253 Hopwood, Dennis 42 Horina, Dennis 79 Horn, Thomas 289 Horvath, Marianne 229 Horwitz, Ivy 166 Houck, Jeff 315 Houghton, Bradley 256 Houtman, Sue 250 Howard, Allegra 260 Howard, Cheryl 254 Howard, Martin 263,275,279,224 Howard, Thomas 53,254 Howe, Gloria 53,232 Haudek, David 279 Haupricht, Jamie 52 Hawkins, Jeannette 70,260,292 Hay, Carol 254 Hay, Edward 309 Hayes, Philip 41,226 Hayes, Shari 304 Haynes, Nelson 41,258 Hayward, Jim 226 Headington, Arnett 284 Heard, Cephas 284 Heartwell, Susan 246,232 Heath, Robert 177 Hecholy, Bud 296 Hedden, Henry 291 Heileman, Daniel 177 Hemlock, James 268 Henderson, Margaret 292 Henderson, Robert 235 Henderson, Vicki 41,262 Hendricks, Paulette 172 ' Henning, Patricia 305 Henry, Gloria 226 Herman, Timothy 156,158 Herringshaw, Donna 41 Herrington, Robert 135,320 Herzlna, Susan 42,267 Herzog, Mark 154 Hess, Frederick 89 Hesse, Ronald 168 Hester, Theron 156 Heyboer, James 168,307 Hibbard, Kathleen 243,247 Hibberd, Joseph 42,302,224,258 Hickman, Joann 305 Hicks, Everett 153 Hicks, Ezell 52,284 Higgins, Francine 277 Hildebrandt, Lynn 42,267 Hubinger, David 53 Hudee, Nancy 277 Hudson, Angelo 284 Hudson, Earnest 153 Hudson, Pat 224,255 Hudson, Ronald 156 Hughes, John 90,266 Huisman, Kenneth 254,232 Hulka, Janet 42 Hund, Kristine 267 Hunsanger, Danette 42,267 Hunt, Cyndi 254 Hunter, Patricia 53,287 Hunting, Eric 148 Huss, Gregory 229,254 Hutchins, Dale 247,283 Hutchins, Michael 231 Hutson, Ann 90 Hyder, Marvin 90 lciek, Thaddeus 148 lgnash, Kim 254 lller, Michael 241 lnglese, James 266 lngram, Richard 79 J Jacks, Terry 53 Jackson Charles 70,321 Jackson, Dave 224 Jackson, Jean 151 Jackson, Linda 127 Jackson Neromi 260 Hiikens, Ann 267 Hill, Cathy 267 Hill, cindy 235 Jacobs, Linda 267,300 Jacobs, Pamela 151,287 lNDEXl325 Jacobs, William 283 Janness, Phil 225,224 Janson, Paul 226 January, Jerald 90,260 Jasper, Larry 268 Javezian, Carol 267 Jaworski, Jim 307 Jazdzewski, Joan 42 Jedlowski, Annette 90,247 Jeffs, Robert 230 Jelen, Donald 230 Jelenek, Terrance 299 Jendrowski, Thomas 153 Jennings, Ralph 237,260 Jensen, Allan 244 Jensen, Gregory 175 Jensen, Larry 229 Jensen, Paul 279 Jeppesen, Rebecca 249 Johanson, Dick 248 Johanson, Jan 262 Johns, Richard 53 Johns, Susan 53 Johnson, Anne 42 Johnson, Bruce 244 Johnson, Dave 257 Johnson, Deborah 42,252,226 Johnson, Greta 164,165 Johnson, James 175 Johnson, Kathy 268 Johnson, Kim 42 Johnson, Kim 267 Johnson, Paul 42 Johnson, Ron 228 Johnson, Shelley 244 Johnson, Sheryl 127 Johnson, Susan 53,244,232 Johnson, Tanya 172 Johnson, Johnston, Jolin, Jeri Jollineau, Vickie 150,151 Charles 79 42,267,287 Paul 177 Jones, Avery 231 Jones, Chancey 283 Jones, Deborah 53 Jones, Diane 260 Jones, Gary 135 Jones, Hae 70 Jones, Janice 42,252 Jones, Kurt 70,234 Jones, Laurie 42,262 Jones, Linnell 172,173 Jones, Rich 235 Jones, Ronald 268 Jones, Wenonah 292,260 Jorgensen, Lori 225 Joseph, Cynthia 53 Joyce, Jon 183 Joynt, Carla 42,262 Jungck, Mark 304 Junker, Sally 305 Justice, Joanne 263 K Kahler, Mark 61 Kalmbach, Laura 236,237 Kammer, Kirk 148 Kamradt, Robert 249 Kapenga, Kathy 226 Karrie, Debbie Kazazo, M. 154 Karasienski, Thomas 302 Karie, Deborah 267 Karie, Roberta 53,246,268 326!lNDEX Kaspriak, Fred 235 Kastner, Kathi 42,253 Katona, Judith 183 Kaufman, Mark 236 Kearney, Mary 42,229 Keathley, Jovona 53 Keating, Marilyn 317 Keating, Tom 248 Keelean, Brian 264 Keena, Denise 70,309 Keene, Clinton 249 Keevan, Kathleen 42 Keifer, Barbara 53,254 Keilman, Joni 262 Keitz, Sally 53 Keller, Kevin 53 Kelly, Michael 175 Kelly, Steven 70 Kelm, Becca 258 Kendziorski, Melvin 70,309 Kennedy, David 162 Kennedy, Louis 53 Kennedy, Sandra 70,236,237,238 Kenner, Mark 244 Keopke, Karen 277 Kerbyson, Kevin 244 Kern, Stephen 40 Ketch, Kevin 247 Ketchel, Richard 79 Khouri, Richard 168 Kibiloski, Clyde 90 Kidle, Kathryn 42 Kidle, Kathryn 267 Kieleszewski, Dennis 153 Kill, Kathleen 267,281 Killgore, Karen 42,258 Killingbeck, James 79 Kimar, Debra 236 Kimball, William 304 Kimble, Deb 262 Kimmel, Dennis 263 King, Deborah 281 King, Jack 302 King, Neva 247 Kirkendall, Jill 254 Kirkpatrick, Ron 307 Kitchen, Donald 309 Kjerrumgaard, Kimberly 267 Klaasen, Thomas 79 Kleeves, Jack 236 Klein, Phyllis 42,252 Klein, Vickie 253 Klever, John 175 Kimmel, Dennis 234 Kline, Kris 226 Klipfel, Sandra 263 Kneisel, Barb 227 Knieper, Janis 53 Knieper, Rodney 90,283 Kniff, Douglas 318 Knight, Lisa 42 Knight, Lynda 90,101,281 Knol, Joe 257 Kobylarz, Matt 258 Koch, Linda 53,281 Kogut, David 289 Kohanski, Larry 318 Kohn, Wayne 302 Kolkman, William 254 Kondziela, Deborah 42,267 Konyha, Andrew 289 Kooiman, Vicki 150 Konyha, Larry 257 Kops, David 79,304 Kossick, Joyce 79 Kosydar, Nanette 43,267 Kour, Rick 229,299 Kowalczyk, Gregory 142,153 Kraft, William 244 Krake, Renee 43 Kramer, Brenda 43 Kramer, Byron 156 Kramer, Gary 53,231 Kramer, Joy 70 Krane, Kevin 227 Krauss, Cassandra 43 Krauss, Nancy 43,298 Krawchuk, Georgiana 267 Krawczyk, Gary 234 Kreis, Mark 79 Kreling, David 263,279 Kress, Carole 263 Krevinghaus, Janet 267 Krook, Marilyn 246,251,300 Krupp, Betty 267 Kucharek, Mark 246 Kucia, Terry 299 Kuciemba, Denise 53,251,304 Kuemin, Jeanne 70 Kulback, William 244 Kulie, Ellen 230 Kulesia, Romana 267 Kulling, Gerald 43 Kurdelmeyer, Jane 317,277 Kurilchik, Marie 43,229,230 Kusmirowicz, Mike 256,283 Kuzma, Thaddeus 153 Kzeski, Cindy 43,262 L Laakso, Sherie 236 Labare, Lynn 244,253 Lacina, Dorrie 53,251 Laird, Jackie 267 Laird, Kathleen 53 Lake, Crystal 70 Lake, Verne 266 Laker, Sixto 168 Lamie, Thomas 53 Lampen, Tommy 254,304 La Ponsie, Steve 224 Lang, David 318 Langin, Teresa 151,309 Langston, William 43 Lanham, Peggy 268,250 Lapine, Mark 254 Lapp, Steven 268,304 Larson, Cynthia 43,267 Larson, Douglas 302 Larson, Kathleen 305 Lasowski, James 171 Latimer, Rodney 268 Laudeman, Charles 302 Laufbaum, Mark 247 Law, Sheree 267 Lawrason, Kurt 268 Leach, Kelly 277 Leach, Scott 298 LeBlanc, Deborah 151,166 LeBlanc, Gil 296 Leckie, Elizabeth 53 Ledford, Robert 318 Lee Dale 175 Lee Denise 70,309 Lee Jerry 304 Lee Karen 251 Lee, Roland 229 Leeman, Mary 281 Leeman, Nancy 224 Lehmann, Mark 168,169 Lemcool, Michael 53 -emnah, Stephen 53 ena, Vito 133 endzion, Alan 70,228 enhart, Betty 53,251 .eone, Mary 235 -eonhard, Neal 43,177,258 .estan, Canice 251 .etavis, Mark 148,149 -etner, Dennis 242 ewandowski, Linda 267 ewinski, Susan 267 -ewis Earnestine 53 -ewis Keith 79 ,ewis Kevin 284 ewis Linda 53 ewis Marilyn 79 ewis, Neal 148 ewis, Steven 275 ewis, Yvonne 260,292,307,317,224 iesmer, Karen 254 ight, Richard 275,298 ight, Rob 298 igner, Alexis 267 indenmayer, John 90,244,275,291 indquist, John 246 ndstrom, Walter 318 neberry, Craig 153 nske, Ronald 247,275,291 piec, Steven 79 ttle, David 177 ttle, Pamela 43,267 ttle, Stacy 267 twaitis, Jeanne 54,304 cke, Daniel 177 MacGregor, Diane 70,164,309 Mackey, Douglas 90,266 Madden, Ann 70,231 Maddera, Charles 170 Magennis, Daniel 183 Mahar, Arthur 79 Maher, Mary 43 Maher, Sharon 54 Mahoney, Michelle 268 Mahoney, Susan 186,187 Maizer, Lynn 229 Maki, Ronald 259 Malburg, Bonnie 247,234 Malburg, Roberta 54,241,297 Mallory, Arthur 321 Malone, Charles 284 Mandell, Michael 247 Manhard, Susan 267 Manley, Teri 54 Mandski, Leanne 172 Manville, Lucinda 268 Manyak, Sally 252,304 Marazita, Catherine 310 Marker, Susan 251,234 Markiewicz, Daniel 43,258 Markiton, Marjorie 310,317 Marschner, Robyn 246 Marshall, Douglas 244 McEachran, Mary 54 McElroy, William 299 McEwan, Dennis 183 McFadden, Loren 299 McFarland, James 43 McGrath, David 183 McHale, Timothy 54,254 McHenry, Larry 91 McHenry, Mark 54 Mclntyre, Patrick 268 McKenna, Kathy 70,229,252 McKeown, Kenneth 152 McKillop, Bruce 54 McKown, Duane 153 McMillan, Jerald 299 McNab, Andrew 263 McSweeney, John 230,234 Mead, Butch 248 Meikle, Ellen 244 Mekash, Dale 54 Melanson, Bernard 246 Meles, James 269 Mendenhall, Dan 289 Mendenhall, Joseph 289 Mercier, Sheryl 79 Meredith, Diane 54 Merritt, Mark 299 Metkash, Dale 268 Martin, Bruce 54,152 Martin Denise 172 Martin Lisa 298 Martin Michael 154,162,175 Martin Steven 284,224 Martin Sue 226 cke, Rickye 321 cker, Mark 226 ockwood, Denise 54 hman, Marshall 293 mas, Arnold 231 ney, Susan 226 nsberry, Bradley 225 omis, Keith 254 renz, Kathy 253 thian, Richard 149 McComber, Joseph 247 tze, Kenneth 254,232 McDonald ucks, Mike 227 uma, Mark 320 ve, Bryon 321 ve, Michael 148 ve, Thomas 183 vejoy, Kristi 264 velette, John 275,296 velly, Jeffery 246 wry, Steven 318 zon, Michael 177 bbers, Shelly 262 cas, Pamela 43 cke, Marlon 164 ea, Aimee 295 ea, Mark 79 msden, Maureen 54 nd, Stephen 293 nsted, Mary 320 ther, Mancll 70 tz, Karen 62 tz, Kimberly 247 tz, Lynda 54 den, Earl 279 on, Cheryl 54,281 on, Christine 304 ons, Barbara 267 zenga, Thomas 70 cDonald, Debra 267 Martin, William 154,155,162,175 Martinie, Vicki 43,267 Marty, Lorri 231 Marzec, David 54 Mason, Ralph 249 Mast, Michael 62 Masters, Clement 318 Mathis, Beverly 292 Matlock, Henry 284 Matson, John 183 Matton, Ronald 180 Mattson, Nancy 54,251,256 Maurd, Karen 54 Maxey, Daniel 289 May, Barbara 267 May, Machael 301 Mays, Ruthann 54,305 Mazur, Scott 177,318 Mbekeani, Zandi 41 Mcallen, Patrick 148 McBride, Steven 275 McBride, Terry 153 McCain, Bertha 54 McCallum, Diane 267 McCandless, Darcy 246,287,317 McChesney, Douglas 254 McClain, David 254 McClintock, William 162,175 McComb, Jan 295 McComb, Karen 54,135,136,295 McCorry, James 70 McCrimmon, Tony 168,307 Meyer, Kayleen 267 Meyers, Steven 43,235 Michaels, Bill 298 Michell, Timothy 175 Mickle, Lauren 70 Middleton, Daniel 293 Middleton, James 263 Mlehlke, Paul 246 Mieske, John 54,254 Mikolaizik, James 91 Mikula, Joan 71,229 Miles, Ellen 91 Milhouse, Kenneth 275,321 Millard, Pamela 268 Millard, Phyllis 281 Miller, Christopher 177 Miller, Dave 307 Miller, Dennis 299 Miller, James 279 Miller, Joseph 264 Miller, Karen 267 Miller, Kay 55 Miller, Michael 263,295 Miller, Reid 318 Miller, Theresa 262 Millhouse, Deborah 43 Minkin, Rick 228 Miraett, Todd 177 Mlsner, James 62,302 Mitchell Bonnie 71 Mitchell, Edward 225,224 Mitchell, Gerald 260 Mitchell, Linda 43,235 Mitchell, Marlon 159,161 Mitchell, Robert 91 Mitchell Steven 175 Mitchell, Willie 321 McCrirlck, McDaniel, McDonald McDonald, McDonald Terri 281 Lynnette 305 Brian 244 Kerin 43,305 Mary Ellen 224 McDonald Michael 144,249 McDonald Rick 152 McDonald Roger 153 ,-William 148 Mittlestat, Mark 79,293 Mitzel, Lori 267 Mohr, Gary 307 Mohre, David 175 Money, Shelby 302 Mong, Mary 281 Montgomery, Mitch 136 Montrose, Jay 275,289 Moore, Cheryl 253,268 Moore, Mary 267 Moore, Terry 43 McEachran, John 268 Moratti, Deborah 267 INDEX!327 Moreau, Thomas 253 Morey, Mitchel 175 Morey, Vicky 253 Mori, Dennis 135,136 Morley, Frederic 148 Morrell, Keith 175,321 Morris, Paul 91,266 Morris, Teresa 71,281 Morrison, Donald 135 Morse, Brenda 43 Morton, Barbara 91 Moscicki, Wanda 79 Mosher, Kurt 302,258 Mosley, Bruce 321 Moulton, Cynthia 43 Mourer, Lyle 62 Mousseau, Roger 153 Muehlenbeck, Marla 236 Mueller, Norb 257 Mulu, Pam 71,303,250 Munsher, Dennis 80 Murnane, Daniel 156,159 Murphy, Kenneth 80,275,297 Murphy, Marcia 62,251 Murray, Billy 91 Myers, Scott 153 Myles, Vicki 43 N Namel, Susan 101 Nash, Alan 295 Nash, Suzanne 80 Natsch, Tom 258 Nave, Janice 43,235 Nave, Thomas 54 Neiderheide, James 239,264 Neigh, Dale 268 Neilson, Christopher 253 Neinhuis, Dennis 265,307 Nelson, David 251 Nelson, Douglas 43 Nelson, James 43,255 Nelson, Steven 136 Nelson, Timothy 264 Nemeth, Pamela 43 Neumann, Angela 267 Neville, Mark 315 Newbound, Laurie 80,295 Newcom, Mark 148,315 Newcomer, Denise 267 Nicholaou, Timoleon 153,315 Nichols, Richard 244 Nichols, Sylvia 187 Nicholson, Craig 183 Nickels, Kathleen 309 Nickels, Timothy 148 Niedson, George 315 Nielson, Chris 255 Niemi, Margaret 43 Nimtz, Richard 256 Nix, Roger 44 Noblet, Peter 244 Nolan, Douglas 244 Nolan, Steve 154 Noland, Steven 175 Nolton, Paul 180 Noreen, Dick 307 Norman, William 268 Norris, Deborah 310 Norton, Kathy 262 Novakoski, Terrence 183 Novara, Kim 228 Nowakowski, Jan 54 Nowicki, Timothy 318 328llNDEX Nutter, Barb 226 O Obenauf, Alan 302 Oberdori, George 229 Obrien, Beverly 44,252 Obrien, Daniel 80 Obrien, Timothy 259 OConnor, Timothy 55 Ogden, Kelly 44,267 Olinik, Gloria 244 Olivares, Joseph 152 Oliver, Kim 251 Oliver, Norma 244,305 Olmstead, Allen 177 Olmstead, Daniel 176,177 Olmstead, Gary 254 Olmsted, Thomas 243 Olson, Marvin 91 Omalley, Kevin 301 Onthank, Clifford 44 Oprea, Beverly 305 Orr, Jennifer 262 Osborn, Douglas 244 Osburn, Bradley 55 Osburn, Gary 279 Oshea, James 180,181 Oslund, Lexie 243 Ostlund, James 80 Ostoin, Carl 91 Ostrander, Marcia 55,313,234 Ott, Sandra 251 Otterstetter, Robert 254 Oumedian, Daniel 55,307 Oumedian, Judith 305 Outman, Robert 153 Owcarz, Ronald 44,244,253,234,258 Owens, Brenda 232 Owens, Jim 232 Owens, Lawrence 135,136,303,307 P Pace, John 307 Page, Dorothy 55,297,305,317,234 Palmatter, Robert 55 Palmer, Alec 249 Palmer, Connie 287 Parent, Richard 244,298 Park, Peggy 44,235 Parker, Debbie 250 Parker, Linda 55,254 Partlo, Michael 55 Passino, Judy 55,305 Patrick, Dennis 275,299 Patrick, Ellen 44,267 Patterson, Pat 153 Paul, Leslie 287 Paul, Lorraine 44 Pavlovich, Mike 174,175 Pawlus, Robert 279 Pawvette, Mike 153 Pea, Timothy 284 Pearson, Dale 264 Pease, Colleen 55 Peck, Russell 283 Peck, Thomas 229 Peffer, Sandra 229 Pelleran, David 55 Penegor, Gerald 80,279 Penn, Marsha 267 Pennell, Dennis 135,253 Pera, Joann 310 Pelberg, James 318 Pelleran, Dave 232 Peron, Lori 44,267 Perron, Gayle 183 Perry, George 91 Perry, Stanley 246 Perry, Steve 248 Persons, George 244 Persson, Nancy 268 Peruski, Glenn 55 Peters, Gene 232 Peters, Joel 55 Peters, Nancy 62,281 Peterson, Elaine 267 Peterson, Nancy 305 Peterson, Phil 154 Peterson, Susan 246 Petrucci, David 91 Phelps, Thomas 318 Phillips, Shirley 262 Platt, Valorie 305 Piche, Lynn 55 Pickett, Janice 251 Pierce, Jeffrey 153 Pierce, Karen 305 Pierce, Tim 232 Piesko, Sue 277 Pietila, Robert 271,307 Pifer, Steven 91 Place, Vicki 226 Pleger, Kevin 236 Plemmons, Cynthia 164,310 Poddig, Graig 307 Podehl, Eric 153 Poellet, Julie 55 Poirier, David 80 Polich, Susan 55,229,251 Popma, Barry 182,183 Porter, Mary 187 Posar, Todd 80 Post, Stephen 283 Postema, Cynthia 55,251 Posthumus, Joy 91 Posvistak, Mark 279 Potter, John 275,301 Pouncil, Ronnie 260 Powe, Marlon 236 Powell, Christopher 260 Praay, Cindy 262 Prather, Kerry 264 Pratt, Mary 172 Pray, Joe 307 Precord, Kim 262 Prevost, David 55 Price, Sandy 262 Prince, Doug 244 Prichard, Thomas 145,153 Priebe, Sara 136 Priest, Pamela 164 Priester, Earl 91 Prince, Betty 260 Prince, Dean 55 Princer, James 231 Pringle, Walter 55,232 Provencher, Rochelle 229,226 Provost, Gene 80 Pruitt, Carla 260 Pryor, Rose 71,101,255 Przybylski, Kevin 92 Pugliese, Rosanne 281 Pullins, Jeff 153 Pupel, Robert 168 Purbrick, Carol 71,303 Purdy, James 315 Purnell, Lori 310 Putvin, Lawrence 275,291 Q Jador, Loren 136,153 Jeen, Karen 277 lellhorst, Susan 44 lick, Robert 246,275,291,232 linn, Constance 92 iinn, Daniel 301 iinn, Kathleen 267 R lph, Karen 277 mbo, Gregory 148 mbus, Betty 260 msden, George 55,127 ndle, Donald 236 ndolph, Richard 296,309 nger, Rebecca 55 ppaporl, Mark 44 uch, Carl 55 y, David 232 , Fran 62 amsma, Sheryl 71,136,303 aves, Patricia 267 a, Robert 44,168,169,182,183 der, Sandra 55,251 mond, Deborah 186 d, Carol 287 d, Gloria 260 d, Linda 55 d, Susan 254 d, Wilbert 260 ves, Kendall 186 chert, George 92 d, Catherine 71 lly, Mary 229 nbold, Michael 275,318 ten, Randy 307 owski, Michael 156 p, James 275,296 nhack, Dennis 175,279 nhack, Steven 148 hard, Bryan 55 hards, Christine 184,310 hards, Susan 71,304 hlie, Cynthia 310 hmond, Teresa 268 kard, Vicki 55 kert, Kristina 55,253 enour, Nanette 287 dl, Hollie 262 s, Lynn 244 h, Frederick 180 nberg, Timothy 279,297 gen, Victor 135 epe, Suzette 135,263,2B7,297, 03 er, Belinda 55 ema, James 92 enger, Glenn 244 er, Andreau 318 r, Mark 268,318 , Debra 166 ey, Kathy 44 bins, Jelalne 151 bins, Kim 44 erts, Andrew 92 erts, Cathleen 44,151 ,164,165, 72,267 erts, James 92,247 inson, Clarence 55 inson, Craig 180 Robinson, Jerry 251 Rocheleau, Marie 235 Rodemeyer, Mark 71,309 Rodriguez, Karen 55 Roe, William 264 Rogers, Christine 254 Rogers, Claraetta 56,251 Rogers, William 231 Rolls, Donald 80,249,263 Roman, Richard 168 Romanowski, Diane 287 Ronan, Kimberly 236 Rood, Faith 71 Root, Victoria 92 Rose, Michael 318 Rose, Sonia 56 Rose, Steven 254 Ross, Frank 170 Ross, Leslie 44,252 Ross, Wayne 80 Rothfuss, Nancy 267 Rousseau, Jerry 275 Routt, Roger 254 Royek, Sandy 262 Royer, Jill 44,252 Roznowski, Clarence 92 Rucha, Robert 182 Ruge, Duane 318 Rugenstein, Edward 180 Rusch, John 182,183 Rush, William 246 Russaw, Jerry 321 Rutkowski, James 254 Ryan, Kathleen 150,151 Ryan, Mike 152 Rybinski, Susan 305 S Saari, Pamela 267 Sadowy, Carol 44,262 Salesky, Susan 135 Sall, David 153 Samojedny, Joseph 279 Samora, Raymond 168 Sanborn, Jackie 277 Sanborn, Michael 297 Sanford, John 92 Sanford, Martha 80,263 Sanford, William 44 Sattler, Forrest 254 Saunger, Donna 151 Savickas, Steven 236,239 Sawyer, Diane 224,250 Sawyer, Mike 224 Saxton, Gregory 183 Scannel, Cale 236 Scarlett, Sheryl 230 Schafer, Alan 318 Scheerens, JD 296 Scheible, William 153 Schell, David 44,256 Schemanski, Lucy 254,287 Scheurer, Sue 44,258 Schiefer, Christine 251 Schiffer, James 154 Schiler, Irene 236 Schipper, Renee 268 Schipper, Thomas 81 Schippers, Debbie 300 Schlafley, John 44,136,303,235 Schlehuber, Brenda 56 Schlipp, Cheri 298 Schmitt, Jim 148 Schneider, Joan 81 Schnetzler, Charles 318 Scholz, Sharon 232 Schoof, Randy 307 Schowalter, Gregory 81,293 Schreiber, Donald 247 Schripsma, Kathleen 44 Schuberg, Rex 154,155 Schultz, Martin 275 Schulz, Paul 175 Schurkamp, Robert 148 Schual, Mark 244 Schwanke, Janette 267 Schwartz, Amy 244 Schweitzer, Nancy 298 Scott, Daniel 315 Scott, Douglas 71,309,295 Scott, Leon 180 Scott, Marion 71,230,250 Scott, Pamela 268 Seaboldt, Victoria 81 Searles, Steven 62 Seemann, Phillip 275,279 Seidell, Gerald 259 Selby, Debra 44 Sells, Michael 254 Senchuk, William 56,254 Seneglaub, Rollin 304 Seymour, Fred 248 Shaffer, Leslie 310 Shanholtz, Jack 301 Shanholtz, Joyce 252 Shapiro, Patrice 244 Sharp, Frederick 247 Sharpe, Carol 267 Shaw, Mike 275 Shearer, Carroll 262 Sheldon, Kathryn 236 Sherwood, Peggy 277 Semahski, Bob 154 Shepler, Judy 244 Sheppard, Randy 299 Sherburne, Richard 92 Sheridan, Anton 275,297 Sherman, Karen 230 Sherman, Bob 295 Sherwood, Robert 56 Shirey, Jane 56 Shoemaker, Vicki 166 Short, David 177,315 Shotwell, Mary 305 Shoup, John 254 Shreve, Ruth 56 Shultz, Marty 315 Shuster, Catharine 164 Shwedel, Susan 252 Siedenstrang, Joseph 254 Siegal, Mark 168,169 Siegert, Sandra 172 Sieland, Theresa 249 Sievert, Terry 62 Silvensky, Steve 257 Simpson, Dawn 71,309 Simpson, Robert 291 Sims, James 302 Sinsabaugh, Diane 226 Sipiala, Paul 180,181 Skinner, Carolyn 254 Skinzel, Tom 315 Skupinski, Timothy 81 Skupny, Curtis 81 Slager, Randal 135 Slater, James 56,313 Slocum, Lisa 246,305,232 Smith, Becky 304 Smith, Brian 168 Smith Bruce 56,153,268 Smith Charles 153 INDEX!329 Smith, Dan 235 Smith, David 152 Smith, Gary 251,254,248 Smith, Keith 263 Smith, Kelsey 154 Smith, Kenneth 289 Smith, Michael 56 Smith, Pamela 44,267 Smith, Razmus 301 Smith, Scott 249 Smith, Sherry 71 Smith, Timothy 177 Smitha, Mike 56 Smokovich, Mike 307 Smolinski, Patricia 267 Sneller, Reed 258 Snuffy, Elton 301 Snyder, Robert 71 Snyder, Steve 153 Snyder, Terie 63 Solack, Sharon 172 Solomonson, Kristina 287 Sommers, Susan 320,257 Songer, Donna 150 Southall, Andrea 260 Southall, Nathan 81,260 Sowa, Grant 309 Sowers, Jeff 227 Sowinski, Richard 135 Spears, Teri 224 Speckhard, Randall 154,162,175 Spencer, Alan 71 Spencer, Althea 246 Spencer, Bonnie 277 Spencer, James 168 Spencer, Roseann 262 Sperr, Leslie 166 Spicer, Melvin 246 Spiroff, Thomas 135,136 Sprague, Deborah 56,151,164,172 Sprenger, Sharon 45,252,250 Sprentall, Cyndy 295 Srmek, Shari 230 Stafford, Laurie 267,204 Stanley, Mark 56,168,307 Stanley, Wayne 268 Stanoal, Tim 153 Steele, Janice 252 Stefaniak, Cheryl 45 Steiner, Mary 258 Steinmetz, David 183 Stenger, Patricia 56 Stormer, Joan 254 Stoutmeyer, John 56,226 Stover, Richard 301 Stowell, Debra 267 Strieby, Linda 236 Stringham, Diane 254 Stroop, Kathy 71,166 Stowkoviac, Jerry 283 Stuart, Harry 283 Stucker, Brenda 244 Stuits, Jerry 56,313 Suchowolec, Chris 262 Sullivan, Kristan 56,268 Sullivan, Patricia 45 Sulzer, Brian 301 Sundeck, Carol 56 Supinger, Kevin 279 Surian, Sue 45,252,298 Susalla, Valerie 246 Sveska, Kim 81,293 Swailes, Timothy 177 Swartz, Janet 267,281 Swartz, Roger 224 Sweeney, Cornelius 71 Swiderek, Cathy 56,229,305 Swierpel, David 177,179 Switch, Jerome 244 Syrjala, Debra 71 Syson, James 254 Szankin, Patricia 56,251 Sztkowski, Steve 244 Szubinski, Mark 183,186 Szymczyk, Wayne 307 T Tallmadge, Keith 227 Tamm, Terrence 247 Tanis, Lee 268 Tanner, Mindy 281 Taylor, Gary 321 Taylor, James 275,279,297 Taylor, Jay 307 Taylor, Julie 268 Taylor, Vicky 63 Teall, Donna 247 Teat, Gary 251 Tedesco, Annette 267 Temples, Jill 92 Templeton, Dave 307 Stephan, Peggy 244 Stephen, Janet 63 Stephenson, Wade 71 Stepler, Mary 45,164 Stevens, Brett 183 Stevens, Charles 81 Stevens, Diane 45,267 TenBrink, Al 318 TenBusch, Robert 302 Teneyck, James 56,254 Thomas, Bernard 249,275,298 Thomas, Ginna 92 Thomas, Mae 303 Thomas, Terri 101 Stevens, Steward, Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, Paul 177,318,226 David 168 Mark 153 Rodney 183,284 Willie 284 Stilson, Robert 231 Stirizki, Don 295 Stock, Mary 263 Stoddard, Rick 92 Stodola, Michael 156,234 Stoike, Michael 266 Stokes, Kevin 183 Stokes, Mark 56,254 Stoll, Jean 262 Stone, David 304 Stone, Larry 45 Stonge, Diane 71 Stonge, Gayle 264 33O!lNDEX Thompson, Linda 268 Thompson, Michael 144,153 Thompson, Robert 56 Tiberg, Michael 81 Titus, Robert 175 Toivonen, Neal 135,303 Tooley, Terry 81 Topolnicki, Susan 172 Tott, Cindy 281 Tovinitti, James 56,259,275,296 Townsend, Michelle 186,187 Traill, Michael 279 Traylor, Gary 174,175 Trembath, Mark 177 Trierweiler, Patrick 148 Trisch, Mike 307 Troupe, John 248 Tulip, William 180 Turner, Edward 176,177,178 Turner, Timothy 71 Tweed, Robert 56 Twombly, Marguerite 287 Tylenda, Thomas 301 Tyrell, James 254 U Ursery, Jeff 284 Uiloriks, Ricky 299 Ulrich, Vick 248 Upham, Brenda 93 V Valchine, Benjamin 136 Valentine, Michael 135,136 Valley, Thomas 296 Vallie, Cynthia 281 Vandawater, Diana 57,268 Van Aelst, Beth 262 VandeBunte, Michael 81 Vademark, Terrie 57 Vanderberg, Scott 63 Vandergouw, Hans 81 Vanderlaan, Bradley 162 Vanderlinde, James 263 Vandermee, Norman 153 Vandermeer, Davld 268 Vandermolen, Roger 71,309 Vandervoort, Donald 71,309 Vanderwal, Dale 57 Vanderwal, Mary 45,262 Vandvren, Charles 307 VanDyk, Gary 235 Vanhall, Thomas 254 Vanhoop, lthley 168 Vanmeer, Kathleen 135,136,304 VanNatter, Mary Jo 45,267 VanNatter, Gregory 57,268 Vannorman, Robert 315 Vanpopering, Scott 254 VanWallaghen, Cynthia 267 VanWyk, William 57 Vathill, Robert 247 Veen, Janet 45 Veenstra, Janis 250 Veine, Leonard 93,266 Verba, Milki 277 Verba, Russel 318 VerHey, John 57,231,232 Verhoff, Marc 254 Vermeer, Nancy 267 Vermeres, Mike 226 Vertalka, Randy 228 Vermurlen, Deborah 57 Vickers, James 301 Videan, Judith 267 Villenauve, Daniel 177 Vincent, Bonnie 310 Vincent, Deborah 267 Vincent, Kimberly 267 Vine, Carla 287,297 Vinsky, Stuart 231 Virkler, Kim 254 Visco, Gerald 296 Voet, Kathleen 236 Vohlken, Janice 186,187 Voss, Pamela 267 Vuillemot, Leslle 303 Yanick, Nelson 177 W ade, James 45 agner, Christine 81,263,297 agner, David 168 albrecq, Linda 267 alczak, Richard 186 lker Susan 150,151,166,187 ll James 57,232 llace Tom 148 Iler Steven 71,275,284 lls Cindy 257 Ish Benard 156 lters Barry 227 lters Donna 262 lton Becky 253 rczinsky Cheryl 71,309 rd, Jim 248 rren, Lorelei 57 ters, David 275 tkins, Rebecca 45,262 tson, Kimberly 45 tson, Ronald 318 atherwax, Janet 300 bb, Daniel 175 bb, Larry 268 ber, John 231 bster, Dave 234 hert, Jim 248 idig, Owen 244 ighman, Charles 313 inert, Dianne 267 , ingart, Arnold 43 iss, Laura 298 ller, Mark 93,240,243,351 lls, Denise 63 lls, James 93 lsh, Mary 45,262 nger, Kay 57,305,317 n, Jack 224 nn, Patrick 299 nzel, Randall 315 rnette, Betty 258 st, Edward 236 stdorp, Timothy 254 sthouse, Mary 232 stlund, Anne 229 stra, David 57,254 ybright, Thomas 289 alem, Jim 248 n, Robert W. 84 rews, Aaron L. 36 bruster, Edward 38 croft, Keith C. 60 nes, William 38 nhill, Jack G. 46 el, Denise 38 Whaley, Timothy 71 Wheat, Ward 303 Wheatley, Thomas 57 Wheeler, Alyce 232 White, Deborah 267 White, Donna 45 White, Edward 148 White, Gregory 268,302 White, Zulu 262 Whiteside, Scott 81 Whiting, Teresa 281 Whitmyer, Al 224 Whitmyer, Bill 302 Whittaker, Stanley 253 Wickens, Linda 257 Wickstrom, Joy 81 Wieland, Pamela 254 Wielfaret, Kenneth 57,229,295 Wierdsma, Tom 232 Wierenga, Jeffrey 253 Wiernik, Lawrence 168 Wiers, Jane 230 Wiersma, Thomas 57 Wightman, Thomas 93 Wilcook, Bob 234 Wilcox, Robert 263,279,297 Wilkins, George 318 Williams, Frances 253,287 Williams, Jeffery 260 Williams, Julie 230,300 Williams, Kathleen 45,254 Williams, Mark 303 Williams, Mary 226 Williams, Merrilyn 45,260 Williams, Richard 71 Williams, Robert 153 Williams, Stewart 318 Williams, Todd 258 Willison, Wendolyn 229,246 Willmann, Mark 93,266 Willman, Mike 295 Willmarth, William 57,307 Wilson, Cralg 304 Wilson, Frank 227 Wilson, Gregory 279 Wilson, Kenneth 183 Wilson, Sabrina 57 Wilson Sharon 246 Wilson, Theresa 267 Winston, Susan 186,187,267 Winters, Katharine 45 Wirth, Nancy 81 FACULTY INDEX Bechelli, Gordon V. 84 Beegle, William 84 Bennett, Arthur 84 Bennett, Jack 72 Bigelow, James 84 Bingman, Thomas 84 Birkam, Fred 95 Wise, Elizabeth 71 Wiseheart, Janette 71,309 Wisniewski, Carol 259,297,234 Wisniewski, Diane 252 Witherspoon, Randall 302 Witucki, Mary 229 Wojtowicz, Gail 57,150,151,164 Wolfe, Denise 227 Wolff, Steven 304 Wood, Jeff 226 Wood, Marsha 231 Woolley, Charles 297 Workman, Sally 268,287 Wren, Robin 45 Wyckoff, Bruce 183,246 Wyman, Thomas 93 Wynalda, Bruce 254 Wyngarden, Dwight 232 Y Yahn, Barb 255 Yehl, Judity 81,263 Young, Lee 71 Young, Pamela 45,230 Yuhn, Daniel 175 Z Zamborowski, Dennis 57 Zander, Linda 45,262 Zawtocki, Ann 63 Zellmer, Teresa 310 Ziebart, John 255 Ziegner, Janet 226 Zielinski, David 81 Zigler, Wayne 302 Zimmer, Cindy 250 Zimmerman, Dawn 287,232,295 Zinski, Robert 301 Zlotogura, Barry 244 Zofchak, Theodore 177,178 Zoldak, Perry 177 Zuchowski, Monica 136 Zuikovick, Carl 244 Zummo, Joseph 229 Zyskowski, Carl 244,245 Blackwood, George 38 Bond, Charles 66 Booth, John C. 38 Boras, William 48 Brand, James G. 84 Breault, James 60 Breault, Keitha 60 INDEXl331 Brejcha, Mathias F. 84 Brister, Frank 60 Brown, Leigh 84 Carter, Robert 66 Case, John 32 Chapman, Lowell 48 Cook, Mary Jane 48 Cook, Thomas A. 58 Coso, Nick 153 Cushway, Charles 84 Dachoff, Dacho 66,120,297 Dakkuri, Adnan 76 Davenport, Dean H. 156,166 Davis, Carl 20 Dean, Stanley 24 Dexter, L.M. 21 Doneth, John 60,320 Dudek, Richard 38 Duffett, Richard 177,179 Dulaney, Brenda 262 Ebli, John 32 Ebmeier, Raymond 60 Elford, Roger 66,153 Ells, Michael 38,258 Ericson, Gilbert 84 Erlewine, Ralph 28 Farnham, Douglas 84 Farrell, James 26 Feehan, Barbara 38 Ferris, Linda 262 Fleming, John 38 Folske, Judd 148,153,164 Gahrs, John 84 Garrison, Dean 66 Gattie, Michael 28 Gelman, Robert 94 Gerholz, Robert 20 Gibfried, Carolyn 183 Golder, Gordon 229 Gregorich, Harold 38 Grekowicz, Ann 38 Griffin, Edward 60 Halstead, Boyd 235 Hamel, Mary Ann 38 Hamel, Robert 32 Harris, Fran 20 Harris, Richard 60 Harrott, Alfred 38 Harry, Robert 66 Hart, Andrew 66 Hartford, G.A. 28 Heeter, Douglas 48 Heisler, Alan 48 Helsing, Ray 66,154,162 Henry, David 85 Herrick, Mahlon 26 Hess, Dixie 66 Hess, James 25,234 Hinkle, Jack 153 Hitch, Robert 320 Hodges, Malcom 228 Hoeksema, Paul 60 ,Hoeksema, Walter 40 Hogenson, Robert 66 Holcomb, George 26 Hoover, Arlene 36 Hopper, Hal 85 Horner, Dwight 85 Houston, Eldon 153 Hudson, Nolan 66 Hurt, Charles 60 James, John 85 Jarvi, Ray 85 332llNDEX Jastrzembski, Paul 48 Johnson, Craig 151 Johnson, Fridolf 67 Johnson, Thomas 67 Jones, David 85 Juhl, Randy 76 Junker, Elmer 48 Justin, Frank 85 Kebler, Glenn 85 Keiber, Kingsley 48 Kelly, Leo 85 Kern, Robert 30 Kesler, Virgil 48 Kilgallen, Mary 67 Kohs, James 39 Krive, Kent 125 Kruger, Denise 186 Krumins, Sara 60 Ladd, John 67 LaMarche, Barbara 39 Landis, John 39 Large, Robert 30,297 Larsen, Clifford 82 Larson, LeRoy 85 Lawrence, Fred 85 Leach, Robert 25,234 Lehnert, James 67 Lindback, Bertil 85 Lindblom, Andrew 67 Lindsey, James 48,296,305 Linebaugh, William 67 Linta, Edward 30 Long, Delbert 21 Lucas, Keith 48 Lund, Malcom 48,251 Lunsted, Lyle 48,246 Lyon, James 67 MacDonald, Keith 85 Madigan, George 60 Makkonen, Linda 60 Maliszewski, Richard 85 Manor, Richard 39 Martin, Kenneth 60,86 Martin, Lawrence 60 McClelland, Mary 30,317,250 McGinnis, George 67 McNamara, John 67,241 ,244,297 McNeil, Richard 67 Miller, Allyn 145,153 Mitala, Joseph 76 Moffett, Russell 231 Mogg, Jeanne 39 Montgomery, John 48 Montgomery, Keith 64 Moody, Sandra 39 Moore, Karen 76 Moragne, Emma 230 Morlock, Mary 262 Munroe, William 67 Nash, Edmund 231 Nelson, Jack 48 Nelson, Joan 287 Nickel, Ronald 74 Norrington, James 86 Papo, William 86 Parker, Gloria 67 Pendell, Timothy 153 Pepper, Claude 86 Perialas, Stephen 39 Perrin, Richard 60 Peterson, Herbert 153 Peterson, Norman 231 Peterson, Roger 32 Peticolas, Sam 86 Pierce, Linda 39 Piggott, Walton 148,149 Podehl, Eric 145 Pomnichowski, Alex 48 Prakken, Lawrence 20 Priebe, Donald 26 Rankin, Pearl 48 Rath, David 76 Ravell, Janet 39 Richards, Lester B6 Rick, Jens 86 Ritchie, Charles 58 Roberts, Monica 151,172 Root, William 126 Rose, Clarence 49 Roth, Dale 76 Rudolph, Eleanore 49 Ruis, Rebecca 49,305 Russell, John 67 Samoluk, John 86 Sams, Donna 49 Samuels, Clifford 86 Sands, Glenn 67 Santer, Richard 297 Scannell, Donald 24 Schauble, John 87 Scheerens, Joseph 49 Shaw, Richard 87 Shoberg, Raymond 67 Smart, Clifford 21 Sneden, William 87 Son, Lark 60 Spagnuolo, Paul 68 Spangler, Leland 32,255 Stapler, Harry 68,236,238 Stechschulte, Robert 87,247 Stevens, Russell 87 Storm, George 60 Strickling, Kenneth 87 Swartz, Harry 76 Taylor, John 68 Texley, Helen 39 Thomas, Benjamin 46 Thomas, Steven 21 Tillotson, Michael 39 Trimby, Madeline 60 Turner, James 79 Utke, Robert 87 VanAntwerp, Alan 68 VanBeek, Harvey 49 VanderMolen, John 39,82 VanderPloeg, John 68 VanTrump, William 60 Ventocilla, Antonia 68,231 Voss, Lawrence 68 Wagner, Larry 87 Wales, George 68 Walker, Karl 26 Walsh, Thomas 30,225,224 Warner, Richard 60 Waters, Gary 156 Wiest, Opie 68 Wild, Helen 28 Williams, Neil 153 Wiltse, Eery 87 Wink, James 156,157,158,171 297 Wisner, Harold 68,166 Wijiakowski, .Joseph 87 Yoderwise, Pat 39 York, Franklyn 68 Young, Dick 152 4-225 6 8 9 0 1 2-233 4 5 6-239 4-275 6-277 8-279 0-281 2-283 4-285 6-287 8-289 0-291 2 Associated Student Government lntervarsity Public Administration Forum Young Catholics FSEA Ferris Economic Association American Chemical Society Ferris Data Processing Association Alumni Board Opthalmic Dispensers Torch lnterfraternity Council Alpha Xi Delta Phi Delta Chi Delta Zeta Theta Alpha Sigma Phi Beta Sigma Zeta Tau Alpha Phi Kappa Theta Sigma Alpha Mu Alpha Kappa Alpha Ftho Chi ORGANDUUWONS 240-243 244-245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 Ferriscope Ski Club SAM Printer's Club Veteran's Association WFRS AWS AMS MRA Resident Hall Association Accounting Club Entertainment Committee Canoe Club GREEKS Phi Eta Sigma Chi Gamma Iota Phi Sigma Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon Delta Sigma Phi-Little Sisters Delta Sigma Phi Mu Gamma Chi Alpha Psi Omega Kappa Kappa Psi 257 258 260-261 262 263 264-265 267 268 269 270-271 305 306-307 308-309 310-311 312 313 314-315 316-317 318-319 320 321 Ferris Gospel Team FEHA Youth Ambassadors for Christ MAA SAPHA Ferris Skydivers JADHA American Marketing Association Ferris Dames Student Managers Phi Gamma Nu Delta Sigma Pi Alpha Sigma Chi Lambda Kappa Sigma Kappa Psi Alpha Delta Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Panhellenlc Council Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Omega Pi Alpha Phi Alpha lNDEXl333 x s 1 T 5 3' 'ff .TQ ' :fr 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X! x 1 1 J 1 V n - A K ad on' ifjyou will for a few nutes the ramblings of a retiring itor. l will restrain from ilosophizing about the relevance this yearbook and keep my com- nts to the many thank yous l feel we to people for helping me not ly this year, but in all my years re at Ferris. an't thank everyone on an in- idual basis, but the entire staff serves special mention. l'm not aggerating when I say this book s the result of a team effort. e enjoyed my year as editor-in- ief of the Ferriscope. l'm proud the book we've produced and I cerely hope you enjoy and ap- eciate what we've done. itor-in-Chief R .fyf-,nfl ,V 7 ,' J, A ,f A 77 FEFIRISCOPE 1-f.,d'1"., ,.. 4,5535 " - . ,qw qu It .:.,,g"'5 ENDINGS!351 352lENDINGS


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