Franklin College - Almanack Yearbook (Franklin, IN)

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basketball Coach Herm Moyer's hoop squad started the season with high hopes and a good deal of talent, and finished in the HCC cellar with a l-20 record. Basketball is funny. There were some individual standouts, some bright team performance, and some "almost won" games. The team's lone win was against one of the tougher conference squads. Freshman Kathy York backs the Grizzlies with an enthusiastic cheer. THE 1966 FRANKLIN BASKETBALL TEAM: First Row: Bobby Hynds, coach Herman Moyer and Mike Green. Second Row: Mike Bohlinger, Randy Richardson, Steve XVitty and Craig Plummer. Third Row: Mike Hall, Hlalt Colin, Rob Billieu, George Leon and Ron Beall. 94 Craig Plummer smree as he shoots over a Georgetown player. Nlikc Hall aims for n nc-eclm-ml um points. GET THAT REBOUND can bc lwnrcl from the crowd as lV:1ll Colcn and fl rixul 'Taylor player fight for the hall. Rlzftgf baseball Coach Herm Moyer added baseball to his coaching duties this year with some suc- cess and a lot of promise for l967. The baseball team played some tough competi- tion, and finished pretty well overall, in, and out of the conference. Hard-hitting Dave Powell was All-Conference and NAIA. Hitting is the name of the game here. Fire! Row: Bob XVhite, Keaney Sloop, John Buerger. Mike Bohlinger, and Bob Miles. Second Row: Gene Ruud, Bob Ernst, Craig Plummer. Frances Schill, Rick Flecker, Dave Powell, Gerald York, and Mike Rose. Third Row: Mike Loveall, Larry Baker, jerry Olson, Bob Sanford, Steve Brackney, Bob O' Neil, and coach Herman Moyer. 96 ' Q J' , T Q- f 1 R' First Row: Neal Newell, Roman Englemann, Steve Mclntyrc, Bob jarvis, Lonnie Boyce, Bob Lightfoot, Bill Carr, Bob Gray, and John Chiarotti. Second Row: head coach Stewart Faught. Greg Simms, Mike lihringer, lid Wooclritk, lid Hendricks, Terry Hoeppner, Larry Goins and Phillip Coleman. v af' '4 fr: by "1 :fri track lt was a fair year for track, livened up by some outstanding performances. Franklin placed third in the HCC meet. with event- winners Lonnie Boyce QIOO-yard Cl21SllD and Bob Jarvis Q440 and 220 yard dashesj named to the All-Conference team. Jarvis' 440 time of 49.7 was a school record. and Bob also set the 220 record. Steve Maeln- tyre set a mile recorcl, and the -HO relay team was second-best in the state, behincl I.U. Senior lohn lllriarotti allows good lorm as lu' lbl'K'lb1Il'l'S for the xllul lllll ment. 97 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: First Row: jim Smith. Mike Eringer, jerry Oleson. Semnrl Row: Coach Coleman, Fred Kreeger, john Blankenbuehler, Bill Carr. 98 cross countr , golf, tenni The cross country team had some stand- outs too, but finished the season with a losing record. The golfers took on a lot of rough competition, and finished with a 4-4 mark. The young tennis team, under student-Coach Mike Ashworth, finished with a l-5 record, but boasted its first Win in three seasons and a lot of future promise over the nets. GOLF TEAM Couch Ray XVebster, Dave Overmyer, Mike it Ashfold Dane DMA md Mlke Love-all, TENNIS TEAM: First Row: If in 1' 1' y Lindermam, john Creighton, Rogcr Coleman. Swrmnl Row: Bob Lightfoot, Chip Hznrrod, .Xlcx Neubcrt, :md Conch Mike A5llWOl'Ih. 99 CI flllCE'1'lC2lLlCl' Susan Hadley during one of the more exciting football games. CHEERLEADERS: Fmt Row: Susan Hadley, Kathy Menges, captain and Ellen Jacoby. Second Row: Dove and Kathy York. 100 A' ,.' av ' fix '93 .f"""'s Ierly Cllurkc returns an serve to score a im fur llClx lcnm. M6113 il1Il'1HllllI'lll lmbketbnll was lame, fast amd funny. - - v-fun larry C.lan'k apnkcs ll lllllll um' during an vullcylmll gmnc for ilu' XXHR. X. illl1'lxIIllll'lll mumpcliliml. I A I IUI 3, 1. My XNJNN ii Who, Where, Why, What, When, how -I X 'NJ R classes Who, Where, Why, What, When, h0W Q L - gm? " -Q l I P xx - . X 3 'I ,filff 1L 'f .5 "4 x v y 1 A X r 5 ay 'I 'wif A vu., 8 Qu .49 'ow 3:55 ,143 1gQg..g f " A ' 5 5521:-I 'V Ig : gwfqf fy 5 .. H --,H es ' 'Ss 1,V,: ,VQ4 .,1, I Rfk 17' 'J - vi . . My Wgmxyvf hx ' x -ur' lu'- vu EJ' 1 Y I Q -C' V L 1 24 'I' J 'rf C' N -1 A X U En I I Q I i vi .3 awww' seniors Senior Class Officers are Don Bozell, President: George Klinger, Vice-Presi- dentg Karen Zeigler, Secretaryg Jim Mar shall, Treasurer. Donald Andrew Adams Chemistry Whiteland, Indiana Alan B. Appleton History Frankfort, Indiana Dennis Bailey Biology Armonk, New York Patrick M. Bajdek Political Science South Bend, Indiana Dorothy Foist Bennett Behavioral Science Franklin, Indiana Norma jean Lee Bishop Education Shelbyville, Indiana Cheryl Bond Behavioral Science Munster. Indiana Donald Paul Bozell Mathematics Edinburg, Indiana Carolyn Braman Education Mitchell, Indiana Michael P. Brunner Mathematics and Economics Bronx, New York Marshall L. Burns Physics Indianapolis, Indiana YVilliam B. Carr History Needham, Indiana Z WWA? ' om it Sharon Chase History Fort Vlayne, Indiana John Edward Craib Psychology Upton, Massachusetts Carolyn Dettmer Education Columbus, Indian a Susan Dunn Education Greenwood, Indiana James A. Dykhuizen Economics Lafayette, Indiana Richard james Edwards Education Cary, Indiana David Emerson French Wlest Concord. lXIassachnsetts Robert David Epstein History Pompton Lakes, New Jersey 108 Thomas A. Clere English New Albany, Indiana lXl2llCl1CI'llflIlCS Helen C. Davis History Clearwater, Florida Psychology Cincinnati. Oh Ronald L. Cole Shelbyville, Indiana Anthony R. DeMello io udith Marion Conquest Behavioral Science Newtonville, Massachusetts YVilliam L. Dennis History Morgantown, Indiana my ,: ...., gy L., S i Yrs- "Tr 8 is N if -gf' A R' gk R54 f' I 1,.,,.-I . N. ' ' f-if Charlotte Anne Erickson Education Franklin. Indiana Richard Fitch Philosophy La Porte, Indiana 66.1 Mary Alice lisslinger Hi5to1'y XVcst Chester. Ohio Richard Flecker Physical Eclufation Alexandria. Indiana Mary Ann Feiler l'll'L'llLl1 Indianapolis. Indiana Glen Michael lfulkcrson History lidinlnirg. Indiana LQ: pf 41:3 of -R? I Ronnie Fiesbeck Biology Hope, Indiana Lyn C. Fnnke Iidufation lndianapoliS, Indiana Frederick S. Ghanayein Biology .XI'lll1l0fC, Pennsylxania Stephen Goukins Ielistury Sl1clhyx'illc'. Indiana Jerry IV. Greenlee Hislol'y Cohnnhns, Inclianzi limina Hainnivr Pliisitail l'illllfilIlUlI l,iHX'l'1'Illl'lJlll'g, lnilian.i Maxine I,. llarclcn lillllilllllill Ilopc. lnmli:in.i Donald Keith llarringt l'lillmisnlmllV Cginlon. lllinuix My A Arnold S. Kaplan Art jersey City. New jersey Georfre Klinver o o Physical Education Gary, Indiana Thomas Keefer Mathematics Garrett. Indiana Richard A. Kruger II Political Science Motion. Indiana xy ,L Gustave P. Kiewra Psychology Garden City Park, New Y Carol Ann Lane French Homewood. Illinois 1 If 9 IC" 110 L ork Robert E. Hempel Physical Education Syossett, New York Richard Herndon Matliematics Hope, Indiana Paul D. Hillis Biology Logansport. Indiana Robert L. Houston French Moores I-Iill, Indiana Juanita Isreal Education Franklin, Indiana Stephanie Johnson History Indianapolis, Indiana Robert Kitchen History Brooklyn, New York Stephen R. Lang Matliernatics Aurora, Indiana Betty G. McKinley English Lawrenceburg, Indiana Paul Madinger English Indianapolis. Indiana james Martin Education Decatur, Indiana Thomas L. Nlillican Economics Alexandria, Indiana Roger F. Mock Mathematics Evanston, Illinois Dorita Nicholai German Trenton, New jersey Carol Anne Lee Spanish Bluffton, Indiana YVanda Leffler Physical Education Aurora, Indiana Bruce Leggat English South Bend, Indiana Alice Lukach Education Newburgh, New York Anne McClelland Sotiology Homewood, lllinois Marilyn McCord English Anderson. Indiana Ricl1ard M. O'Brien Betty Reed Packard George N. Pappas Jr. Allen XV. Pence Psychology English English Union, New Jersey Speedway. Indiana Scarsboro, New York Anna Margo Perry Paul R. Perry Jerry D. Petro Spanish Psychology Mathematics Franklin, Indiana Franklin. Indiana Shelbyville. Illflillllll Elementary Education Shelbyville, Indiana Darrel Rathbun Biology Park Ridge, Illinois Susan Reed Philip Lee Sanborn Frances D. Scl1ill Spanish History Physical Education Peru, Indiana Nyack. New York Crotliersville, Indiana Charlotte A1111 Sellers Alan M. Skolnik Keaney Sloop English Psychology Higtgry Bluffton, Indiana Brooklyn, New York Bargersville, Indiana 112 John Seath jr. History Engelwood, New jersey Barbara Joan Snyder Education Columbus, Indiana Deborah A. Stein Englis Arlington, Virginia Glea Steward English Indianapolis, Indiana Charles Stunipf Economics Indianapolis, Indiana Anne Suhl Spanish New York, New York Robert IV. Thompson Mathematics Floral Park. New York Robert J. Weiss Biology New Cumberland. Pennsylsania ,7 4 43:- 4 IO' ' l Robert Hlayne IVI1ile History Milan, Indiana Susan Xvfllllllllllll History Brownshurg, Indiana 0.x Yfffr-l IZIIIICS lf. xvlllllll' Cox ernment lVellesley Ilills, Maine Karen Zcigler lid lltill inn Hope, Indiana '95 gf--'O 'L larry Xvllllllllh l'l1ysi4s fella-1'srn1x lllc. llllllillll Clleryl Zm'ksml1wcl'1ll lilnglisll tillllllllllllx lncliaxm Caroyn XVil tberger Ct-rinan Milan, Imliana E, +4 140 V , NY M: ..., N i ag yy s VW Q V 0 A- ., f-,,' bl W if if ' ' X ' . ' V A . lx I -I3 ww V- I f b . X A 3. 5 '- ,Z-W .. ,X 9 Q - .bi A .WJ , A f WW if ., 'NC Pr' QDF- .JA .L SCHOOL I ll ' ' 1 YQZIQ if x,' QQ, Ag 'fs M Ei ga im1.m,g Ellery Baker History West Upton, Mass. Michael Green History Indianapolis, Indiana Ronald Nichols History Taunton, Mass. SENIORS NOT John Chiarotti Economics Madison Heights, Michigan William Hamilton Biology Indianapolis, Indiana Cynthia Parks Behavioral Science Rochester, New York NV alter Smoke Philosophy New York, New York PICTURED Richard Edholm Economics New Mfhiteland, Indiana Dennis Natale Biology Brooklyn, New York George Rinker Physics Lafayette, Indiana Virginia Thompson Education Franklin, Indiana Connie Garrett Phipical Education - German Marion, Indiana Neal Newell Psychology Columbus, Indiana William Skrod Economics Staten Island, New York Grizzley Seniors playing their last game for F.C. are: First Row: Larry YVillia1ns, Torn Keefer, Skip Hempel, Rick Flecker and Neal Newell. Second Row: George Klinger, Bill Hamilton, John Chiarotti, and Jim Marshall. Third Row: Pat Bajdek Ed lvoodrick, Chuck Stumpf, and jim Dykhuizen. Cheryl Zuckschwerdt and Betty McKinley put a touch of Christmas in their room. l 14 The B. F. Hamilton Library is il good place Lo study, and Amie Kaplan louncl Lime to 11-lux loo I 1 4' 'FF , - X l :rf .J ' fl? Student teachers Charlotte Erickson and Karen Zl'lglCI' final that ilu-rc arc xnriom types of "tcnchcr's pctsf' junior Class Officers are Jim Harris. Presi dem: Dale YVi:md, Vice-Prcsiclelltz Rob Bil lieu, Secretary: Laurel Vlkillxl, Treasurer. juniors john Allbritten Cheryl Barnard Kathryn Beal Judith Benjamin Alan Bickford Vernon Biederrnan Robert Billieu Karen Bratton Beverly Brown Margaret Bunnell Michael Byrd Catherine Carpenter Sharon Chatham Lynda Clendenning John Cleveland Marcia Coates David Coffin Walter Colin Donald Craig john Crews Pete Decker Joseph Dubes Cecelia Duckworth Scott Fitkin Linda Fletcher joseph Ford Nancy Gerber Elizabeth Guttman 'S juniors James Harris Edwin Hendricks Linda Hendrickson john Hollingsworth Vernon Hood Robert Jarvis Marcia Jaynes George Johns Sarah Killen Dana Klinck Margaret Knight Rebecca Koontz Peter Leland Michael Loveall Connie McAnally Barbara McKinney Scott McKinney Michele Maddock Dianna Marcus Robert Markwalter Alennea Mathis Thomas Mengelt Keith Miles Robert Miles Alex N eubert Philip North James Overmyer Sharon Powell juniors 2 1 fff Phillip Regnaulr .gb Mary Martha Rogers Sherrill Rowland john Russorn Linda Soltis Edie Steiniger Susan Stum Mary jane Tipton Virginia Triassi Laurel Vicari Cheryl XVarder Bonita lVardlow jill YVarren Neal XVelch Dale NViand Sandra Hlilliams Ed Hfoodrick 1, Y52?2g.'I??:2? 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W. , V-Y v Q.. c. -f 1 gl ..., ,.y:1,A Q U 1: e ef sophomores Candy Barnes Gwen Baugh Michele Baum Beverly Beachler Ronald Beall jerry Beasley Jeanne Belcher Trudy Bender John Blankenbuehler Suzanne Boden Rebecca Boyer James Branch Paul Brinkerhoff Barbara Bryan Linda Bryant John Buerger Janice Bursie Randall Cable Daniel Carr Gregory Cassacly Kim Chase Jerilyn Clarke Susan Cole Martha Cragen Phyllis Crain John Creighton Daniel Crull David Czartoryski Lloyd Delay James Delay Royce Delco David Dick Diana Dillon Thomas Douglass George Downer Nancy Drake Mary Eck Michael Ehringer Clarence Epley Kathleen Fisler Sandra Ford Marinda Freeman XVayne Galin Charlene Garrison Alice Gleason Raymon Golclschmiclt jane Grey Patricia Grey Mary Alice Grimit Judith Gum Michael Hall Brenda Harmon Richard Harnois Penny Heeter Saleh Hegelan Sarah Hopkins Paulette Hornsby Andrea Huggins Roberta Illg Ellen Jacoby Katie Sue Jones James Kelley Ronald Kelsay Thomas Kermes Victor Kiplinger Leon Kistler Terry Klinck Roger Kohlmann Nichola Kolisch Kenneth Koppelman David Kronbach Larry Leeds Aron Lifschultz Robert Lightfoot Sandra Lingle Margie McCoy Diane McElrath Terry MacKay Jane Madinger Richard Matthew Mary Meredith Ann Miller Charlene Mills Robert Nichols jarl Olson Robert O'Neil Homer Parkhill Betty Parrett Patrice Parrish Stuart Peckner Caroll Perkins Linda Perry Nancy Peters Christine Raleigh William Rengier Bette Richardson Sharon Roloson Michael Rose Gene Rund Arthur San Filippo Janis Saylor Lynne Schoenleber Evelyn Schueller Jenifer Shinn jane Singer Ann Sleght james Smith Steve Smith Walter Smith Allan Soll Susan Staab Mark Stamm Leslie Thompson Paul Thurston jane Totten Lois Turner Susan Ward WVillard YVells Cynthia Winters Gerald Yentes Constance Yovich Harold Zassenhaus Peter Zecher George Thibodeau i IT! 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P' DS' 'Y ,k9' , 1'3" , 46. lv' F' B1 125 0 Richard Gedney Keith Gerbers James Giansiracusa Louise Gibbard VVilliarn Gibney Mare Glessner Barry Greer Daniel Gribbin Shirley Grider Timothy Griffin Virginia Gritton Marvin Gum Susan Hadley Kathryn Hall Judith Hamilton james Handy David Hanes Herbert Harris Robert Herrod Bernard Heathwood David Hendrix Linda Hensley Katherine Hibbs Alan Hilburg Michael Hill Barbara Hite Mary Beth Hodel Stephen Hougland Lynette Hoyt Stephen Hudson VVilliam Hull John Hynds Nancy jack Linda janke Gary Johnson Janis Johnson Rianne Johnson Michael Kanouse Susan Kaplan Michael Keberline james Keegan Sue Keller Donald Kelley Susan Klein Frederick Krieger Joseph Larnberto Leonard Lansky Arleta Ledbetter Peter Lewis Robert Lindsey Joyce Lindstrom Rufus Little Alan McVVhirter Nancy Madsen Pamela Marsh Kathy Martin Frederick May Rachel Medellin Susan Miles Sandra Miller Alfred Moore Jay Mosberg Arthur Munson Neil Noble Samuel Ogle David Overxnyer James Owens Melody Padgett Robert Pagani Carol Peckinpaugh Miranda Phelps Michael Phelan john Piech Mark Porter Jessica Powers Robert Reece Linda Reed Randall Richardson Howard Roberts Diana Rosenthal David Ross janet Ryan Philip Sanborn Richard Sandstrom Norman Satanoff Richard Schafstall David Schillinger David Schneider David Seely Richard Senker Stephen Setzman Sharon Sheley Harold Shipley jean Skeet Carol Smith jay Smith Robert Southerngill Jonathan Spence Douglas Stinson Russell Tait Michinori Takei Robert Theiss Noel Thomas Stephen Tilden Douglas Tillman Richard Towsley Pamela Trester Diane Trzyna john VanDeun David Vaughn Agnes YV ang Michael XVarner Douglas XVehrle David XVeinstein James XVheeler john XVheeler Bob Yfhite Daniel YVillian1S David YYilson Michael XVilson jon XVinge Chester KVoffard Mark XVohnan Kathleen York Richard Yukes Albert Zabloski Sharon Zuher Davida Levine 5 . advertising I' it it 7 the gm? that only YOU can give. . .YUUR PHOTOGRAPH 'JKA7 OZ 144707 11-C0 For those who tahe great pride in you, there is no more appreciated gyft than your photograph. Come to your Ojicial Photographer when you need distinguished portraits to give on memorable occasions '.s.. 1 Z . oft I1"LC'lCL1'LCL I. e a : e Z .1 Ron Beall, john Buerger and Mike Ruszkowski know where b L h ' m ' L to go for the es anrcu S nn own. For the best in grooming . . . DON'S BARBER and BEAUTY SHOP 34 N. Main St. 736-7512 MAH - JONG FINE PRODUCTS WHEN SHE THINKS OF A DIAMOND YOU THINK OF WILDMAN'S JEWELRY fthen question her thoughty 49 N. Main St. Franklin EARL WILSON'S SHELL SERVICE GOODYEAR TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES 49 E. Monroe Franklin 736-6817 Mr. Lvillilllll Randolph, Vive-President. mu-pls the finished mrmuc rom fn y Bsnttin. Sully is Il lHll'l-IIIHC l'C'tl'pll0llTSl I l t I S ll :nt thc- Bunk. IT'S FUN TO BANK AT THE FRANKLIN BANK 8. TRUST COMPANY A COMPLETE RANKING AND TRUST SERVICE FOR THE COLLEGE STUDENT IIII For exquisite Bracelets, Necklaces, Lockets, Fine Glassware, Endearing Diamonds, Try and Buy at E. O. COLLINS JEWELRY STORE "Friendly Terms" 65 E. Jefferson DEER 81 SON Hardware -- Sporting Goods Housewares - Appliances - T.V. Frigidaire Appliances - Magnavox Kelvinator - Speed Queen 71 E. Court St. Phone 736-6558 Checking over the priming press that helps put out "THE FRANKLIN" are Sherrill Rowland and Margo Perry. FRANKLIN PRINTING SERVICE ROEDER'S OFFICE SUPPLY Serving Franklin College 97 E. Monroe St. Franklin, Ind. Phone 736-6663 MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Joseph L. Bridwell President 38-40 N. Water St. Franklin, Indiana Mutual Building and Loan Personnel are always ready to serve Franklin College Students. 132 It's fun to pretend as Mr. Alexander hands Janice Bursie the keys to a new Chevy. "Thanks again for the pleasure of serving the Students, Faculty, and Officials of Franklin College" SINCE 1907 ALEXANDER CHEVROLET JARv1s ALEXANDER, President W H d CONGRATULATIONS! 1322125 ff 5151 SAGA FOOD SERVICE TRAFALGAR MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE FORPORATION fi "1 4 fi x 48: 'fx r,, ' -L nf ' s KB .5 F I "BE WISE MARTINlZE" 52 N. Main St. Franklin 736-7944 COLLEGE AND COMMUNITY BOOSTERS DE PREZ-SCOTT COMPANY WOODS PONTIAC FRANKLIN CANDY KITCHEN BROWN'S REGAL MARKET LANAIVPS SHOES FRANKLIN AND INGLE RAMRLER GREENWOOD CENTER CITY DRUGS SWANKS DEIvIAREE'S I.C.A. FOOD SERVICE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS VANDWIER FORD SALES MOTHER HUBBARDS 134 index .-1 Abdelnour. Edward D. Adams, Donald Andrew ..AA Aleffi, Janice Mary ............. Allbritten, John Mark Allen, Sheryl Lynn .....,.,.l. Anderson, Roy H. ....,....., . Anderson, Lois Ellen ,..,.... at JJ, Sa. 713 Andrews, Deborah Lynn .......,,,,. Apicella, james Louis .,..,,.... Appleton, Alan B. ....,......... . 134 111. 72 S2 87 Ashworth, James Michael .,..,... 85. B - Bagdon. Richard Timothy bl. Bailey, Dennis ....,.............,......,...... 37 Bailey, Lucinda Garner ..... ................ Bajdek, Patrick M. .... 5-1. 92. 93. 107 Baker, David Russell .,.,....................... Baker, Ellery Edward ....,...., 811. 911. Banks, Cole G. .,............., .....,......... 6 Barnard, 1Vil1iam H. ...,................ 5-1 Barnard, Cheryl Ann ..,, 53, 155. 711. Barnes. Candice Ann ,.,,.......... 55. 73 Barry, Michael joseph .,.............,.......,.. Battin, Sally Anne ....,,,, ..... 1 il 71. Baugh, Gwen ....,.,......,,,.. ................ Baum. Michele Leslie .,......,..,...... 1111. Beachler, Beverly Kaye .... 133, 73. Beal, Kathryn ...,....,,,,.., .,............. Beal, David Clyde ..,..,... ...... 8 5, Beall. Ronald Hogan ....... ....,.. 1 35 Beasley, jerry Phillip .,...,.........,.. 32. Beck, Victor Ira .,.,.....,............ 61 65 Beeson, plane ....,..,,.,...........,...,........,,.... Behny, Thomas Michael ..,..,........ S13 93 1117 125 117 125 83 125 125 125 1117 125 125 1117 73 1111 125 115 137 83 117 121 S2 125 121 121 121 117 125 121 121 125 125 1211 Belcher, leanne .X. .. .,..,,...... ,, 111 Bender, Trudy Lynn ., ,,,. HH, 1.1 Benjamin. Judith ,Xnn .. , . Il Bennett, Dorothy lfoist . Bentl, lidward XN'ayne . Berggren, lfrederitk P. Bickford, .Xlan Kent ,, Biederman. Vernon , , Billieu, Robert Norman Blankenliuehler, -Iohn . 811, Nl. 9191, Sl. 121 121 117 1117 125 12.71 117 117 117 1"1 Bishop, Norma .1ean Lee ..... ,,,,.. 1 117 Blankenhurg, Mary Anne ..,. .,,,. 7 '1 Bockstette, Reinhard ,.......... ,,,t.,,t S 1 Boden, Suzanne li. .,,.........,,,,,,, ,,,.,,. 1 21 Bohlinger. Michael David ..... .,.......... E 111 Bond. Cheryl ..........,,1tt..,...,.., ....,, 7 1, 1117 Bowman. Tommy David .,.......... 815, 125 Boyer. Rebecca .X. .........,.,....,.,.t..... 71, 121 Bozell, Donald Patil ....,..,.....,.. 1311, 87, 1117 Bratkney, Steve ,..,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 111 Braman, Carolyn .....,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 7 5, 1117 Branch, james David ,,,,. .,,. 1 il, 121 Bratton, Karen Martin ..t.., ........,. 1 17 Brinkerholli. Paul Thomas .,........ 82, 121 Brower, Stephen xloseph ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 25 Brown. Beverly Annette .,., ,,,,,,,, , 117 Brown, Pamela ,..,............... ,,........ 7 41, 125 BYOW11, Patrick Moore ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1-113, 125 Brown, Steven .Xllen ........ 8-1, 93, 125 Brownell, 111111121111 Bowker ...,..., 811, 125 Brunner, Michael P. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 117 Bryan. Barhara .-X. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 3, 121 Bryant, Linda Lea ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 77, 121 Buerger, john Robert .... 55, 85, 931 96, 121 Bunnell. Margaret A, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 17 Burns, Marshall L. .... .,.. 5 7. 611. 107 Burr. Kenneth N. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 35 Bursie. Alanice M. .,.,,,.,, ,,,.,., 7 11, 121 Burt, Stuart Jeffrey ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 8 2, 125 Byrd, Michael Rex .,....t.t 59, 69, 117 C Cable, Randall Lane ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,1,, 6 7, 121 Campanola. Arlen Keith ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,' 1 25 Campbell. Ramsey Lee ,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 37, 125 Carey. Lea Diann ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 25 Carpenter, Catherine M. .,,,,,,,,,,, 73, 117 Carr, Daniel ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,, 121 Carr. 11'i1liam B. .... 51. 97, 98, 1117 Carroll, Sharon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,, 51, If 75 Carter, .Xnn Marie ..,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 25 Cast io, Joseph Michael ....... ...... 1 121, 125 Cash. Patil joseph ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 25 Cassady. Cregory Allan .,,,,,, ,,,,,, H 2, 121 Castro, Gloria Emilia ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 ti Chalfin. Mark Boris ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 125 Charamut, Frances Marie ,,,,,,,, 111 71 Chase. Sharon ..,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,11,, ,1,,,,,,,, I 118 Chase. liitn XV. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 5-1, 121 Chatham, Sharon K. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 71, 117 Che1 he, Thomas ,.t,,,,,,,,,,,,, 211. 119, 821, 21111 Chiarotli, blohn M. ..,. 811, 92, 921, 97. 1111, 115 Chiltott, Charles H. ,.,.,. ...,.,....t...,.... 1 25 Clarke. ,lerilyn 41. ...., ,,,, 1 il. 1111, 121 Clere, 'lihomas .X. .......,.,.. 51, 55. 1511, 1118 Clendenning, Lynda L. .,,. 513. 51-1. 75 117 Cleveland. wlohn C. .... 51, 57. 59. 85. 117 Clore, Richard K. .,.,,.,,..,.,,,,,,.,....,,,,,.,,,, 921 Close. llelmorah McDowell ,, ,.,,,,,, ,.,, 7 ti Coates. Mart ia 'lean ..,.. .,, ,, 721, 117 Collin. David Richard .,,. ,. SI, 117. 119 1it111t'll. Rollin ,klilll . . .. .......... H1 Cole. Ronald l.. , , ,11,1 1111. 35. 1118 Cole, Susan lillis ,...,. ., ,,., 111, 1111, 72. 121 Coleman, Bonnie Carol .,,.., ,. . .. 125 Colin, 11'al1er li. ., ,,,,, , 95. 115, 117 Comstock. lames 1-ldward . . 811, 125 Conklin. Ilames David .. .. S7. 125 1.-3 S.: '1'1 t 0 4 Conquest. yludith Marion .... 51 118 721. 11151 Cook, Donald .........,,1..,..,,1...... ...,,,, S 11 125 Coppinger. Kenneth John ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,, S 11 Cragcn, Martha lane ,,.,,,,, ..,., 1 21 Craib, ,Iohn 1-ftlward ....,.. ....,. 1 118 Craig, Donald C. .............. . ..,.,,... ff 117 Craig. Brian Mallory , ,,,,,,,,.,,,,. R1 Crain. Phyllis L. .,.. tifl. 111 118, 77. 121 Creighton, ylohn ,.,,.,........ ,,,,.,,,. 99, 121 Crestenvi, Peter .Xlhert ,,,, S2. 125 Crews, Iohn 11. ..... .,... . , ,,,,, 117 Crull, Daniel XV. ........,,,,, ,,,,,. 1 21 Cuddvre, hlohn Martin ,,,, S2 Cummins. Brainard Lyle .,.... 125 Custer. llohn Patrick ,, ,, S2 Clartoryski, David George ,. Rl, 121 D 11ann, Susan Margaret .. til. 71. 12,3 Davis, Helen C. .. .....,,,,., ........... 7 2. 1118 Davis, Rohert lftlwartl ., .... 32. 911 12.5 Davis. 1Vi1li:nn lelfrey ..,. ,,,,, ,,,,.,,,. 1 2 5 Dawson, Patterson Bee . .. .,.. 125 Decker. Nevin lfranklin 11. ., ,,,,. S5 117 Defuria. 1udith .Xnn .,...,. 711. 125 Delay, Lloyd Clillord ., . .. . 121 Delay. 1ames l.. , 121 Delco. Royte 1nle .. 133, 111, US 7f1. 121 De Mello, .Xnthonv R. . 1118 De Moss, Suzanne , .. lil. 125 Dennis, 1Yi1liam l.. , 119 Sl. 1119 Denslaw, David .Klan . .. 51. 55. 59 Deslioro, 111111111111 Charles 125 Dettmer, Carolyn ,.,...,.. 1991 Devarv, Sandra l.ee 111, 715, 125 l1t' Voss, llolrell .k. . .... . 51 51.5 llitk, llavitl 11. ., , , Sfl. 121. 21111 l1i11on. Diana tlheivl 118 721, 121 l111l'l111lll'L1, l.ll11l.I , 711, 125 11oug1nn.nn, l.in1l.t lv. .. 711. 125 l1ougl.iss. 'lhomas llnrns , , . .... .. 1-1 Dove. latqueline 1e.in 113, 72. 11111 125 l1owner, fiC'l1l1:t' 1,1-on ., 121 l1ownev, Sidney . , 155, 125 llofier, tihatles l'. 125 1 11,1 Hudson, Stephen Arnold ............ 82, Doyle, Alan Robert ..........,................... 18 121 Drake, Nancy Carol .............. 55, 70, Druskis, Laimute Elena ...................... 62 Dubes, Joseph E. ..,...........,...., 54, 85, 117 Duckworth, Cecelia Lee ...... ....... 7 7, 117 Duffy, Bernard John ...... ............. 1 25 Duffy, Thomas Sinclair ...,. ...... 8 4, 125 Dunn, Jerry Wynn .......... ...... 8 6, 125 Dunn. Susan .......................... ....,.. 7 5, 108 Duprau, Robert William ................,. 125 Dyer, Kenneth Peter ,,,.,.,.,,.,..i,,. 82, 125 Dykhuizen, James A. ,..... 83, 93, 108, 110 Dyke, John Mfalton .........1.....,...,,, 80, 125 E Eck. Mary Josephine ........ 68, 76, 121 Eddleman, Judy Evans .........,., 74, 125 Edholm, Richard Lee .................,...... 115 Edwards, Richard James .............. 55, 108 Edwards, Robert VVa1lace ...,...,.,.,.,.. 125 Egloff, Susan Jayne ,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 70, 125 Ehringer, Michael Andrew .... 55, 97, 121 Eisenhower, James D. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 83 Ellisor, Paul .........,,.......,..,.,,,,,,,,,., 85, 69 Emerson, David .,.,,,,,,...,.,,,,,,.,..,,,, 21, 108 Engelmann, Roman Michael .............. 97 Epley. Clarence William ,,,,...,.,,,,, 85, 121 Epstein, Robert David ........ 57, 61, 108 Erickson, Charlotte Anne .......... 109, 115 Ernst, Robert M. .....,...,,t.,, ,,,.,,, 8 0, 96 Esslinger. Mary ..........,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 09 Esposito, Lynda Ann ..,,,,,,.,,,,,.. 70, 125 F Feiler, Mary Ann .........,.. 55, 66, 77, 109 Fiesbeck, Ronnie .................................. 109 Finan, William Francis ...... ...... 1 25 Findley, Merrarose ......... ..1... 1 25 Findley, Merrarose .,.......... ....... 1 25 Fineman, Michael Jay ....... .......... 1 25 Fisher, Richard Stephen .............. 80, 125 Fisher, Richard Stephen ...1......., 80, 125 Fisler. Kathleen Louise ...................... 121 Fitch, Richard ...,..,.....,......... 54, 56, 65, 109 Fitkin, Scott N. ......,.....,................... 117 Flaks, Charles Edward ,...,,,...,,,.,, 20, 125 Flecker, Richard .... 59, 85, 93, 96, 109. 110 Fletcher, Linda Ann ........ 57, 58, 71, 117 Fletcher, Robert Allison ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 86, 125 Ford, Joseph P. Jr. ..,.,... ,,,,. 8 1, 117 Ford, Sandra Eileen ..,..... ..,,,, 7 6, 121 Forsstrom, Barbara J. ..... ....,, 7 6, 125 Foster, Warren Rex ......., .,,,,,.... 1 25 Foust, Stephen Joseph ,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,, 1 25 Franklin, Stanley Ray ....... ,.,,.,. ,,,,. 1 2 5 Freeman, Marinda Y, ,,.,,,...,,,.,,,,, 71, 121 Fulkerson, Glen Michael .,,....,,,,, 87, 109 Funke, Lyn C. .... 54, 55, 58, 61, 68, 73, 109 G Galin, VVayne H. ........... ...,... 6 4, 121 Ganey, Barbara Jean ............,....... 72, 125 Garrett, Connie Lee ........................,,,, 115 Garrison, Charlene Joy ..., 55, 68, 77, 121 Gedney, Richard Horton .......... 84, 126 Gerber, Nancy ..,,................,. 16, 71, 117 Gerbers, Keith Melvin .............. 84, 93, 126 Ghanayem, Frederick S. .............. 83, 109 Giansiracusa, James A. ...... ....,.....,.. 1 26 Gibbard, Louise Hancock .,.,....,...,. 72, 126 Gibney, William Francis ,.....,....... 80, 126 Gilmour, David Proctor ....... ............ 8 2 Gleason, Alice Jeane .......... .,,,,. 1 21 Glessner, Marc Harry .... ,..... 1 26 Goins, Larry C. .............,.,,,,,,. .... 9 3, 97 Goldschmidt, Raymond F. .... ....... 1 21 Gookins. R. Stephen .,........ .......... 1 09 Grady, Victoria E. .......... ....... 6 8 73 Gray, Jane Elizabeth ....... ...,,. 6 4, 121 136 Gray, Patricia Louise ........ 68, 73, Green, Michael R. ............. ,................ . Greenlee, Jerry W. ...... ........,,.. . Greer, Barry R. ..,........... ......... . Gribbin. Daniel James ..... ...... 8 4, Grider, Shirley Jean ....... ...... 6 3, Griffin, Timothy Dale ....,................... Grimit, Mary Alice ................ 67, 77, Gum, Judith R. ......... ....,........ . Gum, Marvin B. ........... ....,. . Guttman, Elizabeth .......... ....... H Hachman, John ....,.,........,.......,.............. Hadley, Susan Elizabeth .,., 54, 68, 100, Hall, Kathryn L. .............. ....... 7 0, Hall, Michael Lee ................,... 95, Hamilton, Judith Ellen ....................., Hamilton, William N. .... 83, 93, 110, Hammer, Donna ......................,...,... 77, Handy, James Bueford ........ 84, 93, Hanes, David Lance .................. 84, Harden, Maxine L. ......................,,.,... . Harmon, Brenda Joyce .... 66, 68, 73, Harnois. Richard Francis Harrington, Donald Keith 24, 55, 65 1 Harris, Herbert Michael ....,.....,......... Harris, James Craig ............ J7. 83, Harrod, Robert Curtis .......... 84, 99, Hatch, Richard S. ................................. . Haughs, Robert Douglas 121 115 109 126 126 126 126 122 122 126 117 81 72, 126 126 122 126 115 109 126 126 109 122 122 64, 109 126 118 126 55 82 Headley, Juliet Craig .......................... Heathwood, Bernard Kevin Heeter, Penny Lorene .................... 65, Hegelan, Saleh Abdul Aziz Hempel, Robert E. Jr. ........ 85, Hendricks, Edwin Ray ............ 55, , 97 Hendrickson, Linda Rey ............ 75, Hendrix, David Edwin ..... ...... 8 6, Henry, Faith Adair ........ ............... Hensley, Linda Dian ...... .................. Hermann, Paul ......... ....... l 6, 69, Herndon, Richard ......,....... 61, 84, Hiatt, Christie Anne .... 15, 55, 64, Hibbs, Katherine Jean .......... 64, 74, Hilburg, Alan Jay ........................ 80, Hill, Michael Denis ............. .............. Hillis, Paul D. ....................,.......,. 87, Hindle, Phyllis Constance ............,....... Hite, Barbara Ann ............................,. Hodel, Mary Beth .................. 66, 72, Hoeppner, Terry Lee .......... 85, 93, Hollingsworth, John David ........ 85, 66 126 122 122 110 118 118 126 76 126 87 110 70 126 126 126 110 55 126 126 97 118 Holmes, John Leslie .......,...................... Holt. W. James ..L ........... ....... 6 5, Hood, Vernon Thomas .................. 64, Hopkins, Sarah Elizabeth .... 68, 72, Hornsby, Paulette C. ......................... . Hougland, Stephen Dungan ................ Houston, Robert L. ........................... . Hoyt, Lynette Elizabeth .... 55, 64, Andrea Louise 64, Huggins, Hull, William Tyson ..... Hynds, John Robert .......................... I Illg, Roberta Louise .... 19, 21, 56, 64, Israel. Juanita ........................,.,,...,,.,,.. Ivey, Arthur Jolm ...........................,..,. I Jack, Nancy Elizabeth .......... 64, 76, Jacoby, Ellen Rae .... 68, 72, 100, Janke, Linda Elaine ................ 14, 72, Jarvis, Robert .... 54, 68, 83, 97, Jaynes, Marcia Ruth .,.,.......... 64, 74, Johns, George F. Jr. .... 55, 56, 65, Johnson, Gary Bruce .......................... Johnson, Janis Lynn ....................,,....., Johnson, Rianne Laura ........ 64, 70, Johnson. Stephanie K. .....l.... 71, Jones, Katie Sue .... 21, 56, 65, 70, Jones, Russell Phillips .......................... Jones, Thomas Marshall ...... ...... K Kanouse, Michael Ray ..................,...,. Kaplan, Arnold S. .... 20, 62, 111, 115 Kaplan, Susan Jo ..........,........,............. Keberline, Michael John .................. Keefer, Thomas C. .... 69, 83, 93, 110 Keegan, James Nelson ................ 82, Keller, Sue Ann .................. 64, 76, Kelley, Donald Wadsworth .............. Kelley, James Alan ...................... 56, Kelsay, Ronald William .................... Kermes, Thomas Chad ..... ...... 6 5, Kerr, Richard Henry ....... ............. Kershaw, Patricia ....... ............... Kiewra, Gustave P. ......... ...... 8 5, Killen, Sarah A. ................... ....... 7 4, Kinnaman, James Nable ...... ............ Kiplinger, Victor Albert ................ 85, Kistler, Leon ................................ 81, Kitchen, Robert A. ............ 57, 80, Klein, Susan Jane ..... 14, 74, Klinck, Dana Scott .................... 57, Klinck, Terry Dale .................... 81, Klinger, George .... 69, 84, 92, 93, 110 93 93 118 122 122 126 110 72, 126 126 122 126 126 121 110 80 126 122 126 118 118 118 126 126 126 110 122 81 82 126 142 126 126 111 126 126 126 122 122 122 82 16 111 118 93 122 122 111 126 118 122 111 Klysz, Terrence john .............,...,.,,..,,,,,,. 93 Knight, Margaret .....,.,..,,,,,, 58, 75, 118 Kohlrnann, Roger Frederick ........ 85, 122 Kolisch, Nicola Anne .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,A, 122 Koontz, Rebecca ....,.,..,,,,,,,,,,, 611, 77, 118 Koppelman, Kenneth R. .. Kosack, Eugene Mark ..... Krieger, Frederick Alvin .... ..... 8 6 Kronbach, David Fisher . Kruger, Richard A. ..,..,...., ,,,,, 8 7 L Larnberto, joseph Ralph ,,,,,, ,,,c., Lane, Carol Ann .....,.,,,,..,,,.., ,,,,,,,, Lang, Stephen R. ......,.,.,.,.,, ,,,,, 8 1 Lansky, Leonard XVi1liam , ,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, Ledbetter, Arleta Sara ....,..... 6-1, 70 , ............,. 80 , 126 122 111 126 .111 111 126 126 Lee, Carol Anne ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 11 Leeds, Larry F. ,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 22 Leffler, 1'Vanda ..,... ,,,,,,, 6 8, 77, 111 Leggat, Bruce .......,....,. ,,,,,,,.,, 5 5, 111 Leland, Peter ....,,....,.....,.,,,,,, 69, 81, 118 Levine, Davida Esther ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,., 1 27 Lewis, Peter Rowland ..... .... 8 6, 126 Lewis, Robert Patil Jr, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 86 Lienberger, Luanne ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 55, 73 Lifsehultz, Aron Samuel ,,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 122 Lightfoot, Robert A. Jr. .... 97, 1151, 122 Lindernian, Emery Lewis 1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 93 Lindsey, Robert Delap ..,..... 6-1, 821, 126 Lindstroin, Joyce Carol ...,.... 6-1, 77, 126 Lingle, Sandra jean .......... 68. 76, 122 Little, Rufus Reid jr. ,..,,...,,,,.,.,.,,, 86, 126 Lombre, Renee Eledra ,...... 6-1, 67 Loyeall, Michael G. ..., 18, 55, 87, 93, 96, Lukach, Alice , .....,,......... . Mc McAna1ly, Connie Lynn ,, 71 58. Mc Carthy, William E. ...... .. 83 McClelland, Anne ,.,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,, 5 5, 71 McCord, Marilyn L. ...... ..,.,.., 5 5 McCoy, Margie Naomi ........ ..... 7 5 McE1rath, Diane ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, " 118 .111 .118 , 2110 .111 .111 .122 017 17, l-- McKinley, Betty G. .... 56, 57, 61, 65, 112 115 -, t McKinney, Barbara .,...... 58, 65, 66 ,118 ...L McQuil1en, XVil1iam H. .................. ..... 8 1 McTamney, Francis Edward ..... .... 8 0 Mt'1Vhirter, Alan Douglas ..., .,.... M 126 Mackay, Terry Alexander ...,,.....,.,..... 122 Maddock, Michele M. ..., 56, 57, 62. 75. 118 Madinger, Paul ....... .,....... 1 12 Madinger, Jane Ann , .... . Madsen, Nancy Jeanne ,.,r 1 Marcus, Dianna ,......, 56 6-1, 71 57. 74. Markwalter, Robert .,,,.,,,,,,,,, 51, 62, Marsh, Pamela Kay ,,,1 ,1.,,,,,,,1.,.., , Marshall, James ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, S 13, Martin, james .......,.,...,...... 16, 69, 84, 122 126 118 118 126 110 112 Martin, John ............................ . Martin, Kathy Lee ...............,....... . Mathis, Alennea ........ 5-1, 58, Matthew, Richard James .......... May, Frederick Bartlett .............. Medellin, Rachel .....r.,,. 111, 66 Mengelt, 711110111215 Patil .......,., 55, Menges. Kathleen ...,.............. 16 Meredith, Mary Clhupp ................ Miles, Keith Edward .......................... Miles, Robert A. .... 82. 513, 96. Miles, Susan Anne .... 1-1, 63 68 7" Miller, Ann S. ...............,,..,,....,.... .. Miller, Sandra Lee .......,.. ....... Millican, 'llioinas L. Mills. Charlene .................... Mock, Roger F. ..................... .. Moore, Allred Shopland ..... .. Moore, Barry ............,,,..,.,,....1... Morris, Robert Henry ...,.......... 65 Mosberg, .lay Stewart .......t.. 16, Munson, Arthur Herbert ........ .. Myers, james Rithartl .......,. N Nagley, james R. ........ Natale, Dennis ........,.......,....,........, Neubert, Alex Carlisle ..1r 35, 65, Newell, Neal .,...................... 93, Nichols, Ronald XV. ......... , Nichols, Robert Ralph jr. Nicolai, Dorita Louise ....,..,, .,., Noble. Neil Mark ..,...,,...... North, Philip Dwight t.... O Obrien, Mithael R. .... ...... . . Olson, llarl C. ............... . Ogle, Samuel 'lilioinas ...,,... bb, 111 1. Oneill. Robert 1,. .... 511, 85. 1121. Uyerniyer, ylaines Edward Overmyer, David Eugene Owens, blames Tlioinas P Packard. 11etty Reed .,,,,,, Padgett, Melody Uloy ,,,t,,... Pagani, Robert Edward ....,,,. ,... Planner, loseph llollinan Pappas, George N. ....... . 83 126 118 122 126 126 118 1011 122 118 118 126 100 126 1 12 122 1 12 126 82 16 126 126 86 67 115 118 115 115 122 112 126 118 112 126 122 loo 118 126 126 112 126 126 8-1 112 I larkhill, Homer David ........,,.,,,,,,,,,,... 122 Parks, Cynthia A, .,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 115 Parrett, Betty .....,.,,,,,,,,,, .,,, 1 9, 76, 122 Parrish, Patrice ..............,,,,,, ,,,., 7 0, 122 Peckiupaugh, Carol L. ..... .... 7 11. 126 Peckner, Stuart Ira ,,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 22 Pente. Allen 1l'a1ker ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 12 Pendygraft, George ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57 Perkins, Cai-011 .,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,, 65, 122 Perry, Anna Margo ...t 56. 57. 58 611, 66, 71 112 Perry, Linda Elizabeth .... 51, 63, 741, 122 Perry, Paul R. .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,,,,,,, 8 -1, 112 Peters. Nancy ,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,1,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 22 Petersen, James Dale ,.,,, ,,,,,,,1,,.,, 4 13 Petro. jerry D. .............,,,.,. ,,,.,, 8 7, 112 Phelps, Miranda ....,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,, 711, 127 Phelan, Michael Leonard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 127 Pieth, John Dixon tt,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 36, 127 Plununer. Craig L. .,.,.........,.,., 85, 81.1, E16 Porter. Mark 111111111111 ,.,. ,,,,,..,,,,,, 1 27 Powell, Sharon Anita ,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ll-1 Powers, jessica Lynne .,.. . 21, 711, 127 R Rabel, Marilyn 'lilieresa ..... .,,,.r, 1 36 Raleigh, Christine Alite .,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,1 1 22 Rathbun, Darrel ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,, 8 -1, 112 Reece, Robert Eugene ,,,, ,, 127 Reed, Linda Louise ...t. ,,.,,,,,,, 1 27 Reed, Susan .,...t.,..,.,,,,,, ,tt,, 7 1, 1111 Regnault, Phillip M. ,t.t,. ..,,,, 8 7, 1111 Rengier, 1Villiam john ,.,,,,, ,,,,1 1 15, 122 Rithardson, Bette ,..,....,..... ,,,.,.,, 7 5, 122 Richardson, Randall B. ,.....,,,..,,, 8-1, 127 Rinker, George A. ...,.,....., 60, 81. 115 Roberts, Howard Etlwin , 'i 811, 127 6.1, at-1, -- , Rogers, Mary Martha .....,.,,.,, 68. 711 Roloson, Sharon l.ee ............ 72. Rose, Michael R. ...,..,,............ 115. 516 Rosenthal, Diana Mikel ..,......,.,. Rowland, Sherril E. .,., 51. 55, 57 721 Ruud, Gene Rolland ,,,, 66. 1111, 116. Russom, blohn Arthur . .,... Rusfkowski, 1N1it1iae1 A. ., , ........ Ryan, Janet A1111 .. ..,.......... 113, 71 .Y Sanborn, Philip 1,ee . .... . ,,,. . 1121 S2l1111S11il1111. Richard Phan .,,, 82. San lfilippo, Arthur Sanlortl. Robert Etlwartl .,......,...,,.,.., Santaw. 1.au'rente lftlwartl ., ,..,..... .. Salauoll. Norman llennis .... 811, 81 Saylor, Ilanis 1,ee ....,..,. ..,,....,... 7 11. 51-hgifstall, Rithartl Alan .,.,. 1151 1211 12I1 127 58. 1151 123 1111 1121 127 127 127 1221 516 81 127 1221 127 1117 Scherer, XVi11iam R. -lr. 69, 83, Schill, Frances D. .......... ....., f 16, Schillinger. David Lee ...,..,.,,,.,,,,....,... Schoenleber, Lynne ,,.,,.,A...,,.,. 68, 71, Schneider. David Arthur ,,,....... Schueller, Evelyn ,,,,,.,,...,.,.. .... 7 5, Scott, Glenn David ,.A,... .............. Seath. john jr. ............. 37, 83, Seely, David Lee .,.....,,,,....,..,.,..... 82. Sellers, Charlotte Ann ............ 60, 63, Senker, Richard R. ....,. ,..,..., , Setlman, Stephen C. ,,,,.,. .,.,i,....... . Sheley, Sharon Kay ..................,... 76, Shepard, Carolyn Marie ...... .,,......., Shinn. Ienilier Ann ..,......,. 55, 65, Shipley, Harold Linwood--1 ...,,,,,,,, Singer, N. jane ...,.,il...,..i Skeet. Jean Marie ..... .,.,.ll Skolnik, Alan M. ...,i Skrod, XVillia1n ..,,.,.ll. ....,l .,.ill.. Sleight, Ann Louise ,,,,,.....,.,,,.,.... . Sloop, Keaney ....,.l,,,,i 86 87, 82, 73, 12, 80, v Smith, james T. ..,,....,...i,,..,, 98, Smith, -lay Philip ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Smith. Stephen A. ,,,. 5-1. 30 67, 69, Smith, X'Valter Lewis ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 82, Smoke, X'Valter B. ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,iii,,,, 3 5 Snyder. Barbara ,loan Soll, Allan Martin ,.,,....... r Soltis, Linda Anne .,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, Southergill, Robert T. Spence, Jonathan King Spiker. john 11'illi:un ..,,,,,i,,ll,,,, Staab, Susan Kay .i.i.. Stamm, Mark David ....... Stanbrough, jerry L. .. Stein, Deborah A. . .,,..,.. . Steiniger, Edeltraud ..,.. Steward, Glea ...,.,......,... 'rl JJ, 69. 71 1 1 93 113 127 123 127 123 81 113 127 113 127 127 127 64 123 127 123 127 113 115 123 113 123 127 123 123 115 113 123 119 127 127 83 123 123 54 113 119 113 Stinson, Douglas Ganfard .................. Stumpf, Charles ........ 83, 92, 110, Stum, Susan ............ 16. 55, 71, 76, Suhl, Anne ..................,........................... T Tait, Russell Earl ........ .............. Takei, Michinori ......... ....... 8 0, Theiss, Robert XV. Jr. .... ....... 6 4, Thibodeau, George M. .......... ..... 8 0, Thomas, Noel Asher lr. ...... .......... . Thompson, Leslie Ann ........,... 73. Thompson, Robert YV. ...... ....... 8 0, Thompson, Virginia .,........ ........ Thurston. Tilden, Stephen Michael .................... Tillman, Douglas Leon .......... 54, 80, 71 Paul Phillip ....,... ........... Tipton, May Jane ........... ...... , Totten, Jane Elizabeth .............. 74, Towsley, Richard Douglas ..,....,.,...... Trester, Pamela Sue ..... .....,., .... 7 + 1, Triassi, Virginia .......,.... ........... Trzyua, Diane May ,,,. 70, Turner, Lois Joy ..... - Tuttle, Valerie A. ........, . V Van Deun, John R. ................ 82, 93, 5.7, Van Deuu, Bryan john M. ............,.. . Van Osdol, Dale H. ....,.....,............,..... . Vaughn, David Lee .......,,.,. 54, 84, Vansworth, lohn Martin .........,.. 82, Vicari, Laurel Anne .,.,,,,,,,,,,, 56, 75, 11' Wang, Agnes Louisa ........ ........ 7 0, Ward, Susan M. ......,... ...... 7 7, 1Varder, Cheryl Marie ..... , ,........... , Xklardlow, Bonita Lynn ....,.....,... 73, Nlarner, Michael Robert .,.... .......,,. XVarren, -Iill Louise .........,. ,.,. 7 1 1Vehr1e, Douglas Gabriel ,.,. y 127 113 119 113 127 127 127 123 127 123 113 115 123 127 127 119 123 12 7 127 119 127 123 21 127 86 87 127 93 119 127 123 119 119 127 119 127 Mfeinstein, David Michael VVeiss, Robert J. ..,,.....,......... ,............ . VVelch, Neal William .... 69, X'Vells. l'Villa1'd Gordon ....... ..... 7 Wheeler, James Michael ...... .......... 1'Vheeler, john lvarren ...., .............. XfVhite, Robert VVayr1e .........,...... 96, Mlhite, Bob Ray ........................ 85, 1Viand, Dale .................... 54, 59, 85, Wilbur, james Frederick .................... Hlilliams, Daniel Richard 86, 1'Villiams, Larry .............. 83, 93, 110, Williams, Sandra C. ........................... . Wilson, David Owen .......................... VVi1son, Michael George ............ 67, Hliltberger, Carolyn ............................ XVinge, jon Clayton ..... .............. 8 2, XVinterS, Cynthia .................... 55, 75, XfVoffard, Chester A. .............,........... . NVohlmuth, Susan .... 16, 54, 57, 68 114, XVo1man, Mark ...................................... X'Voodrick, Ed H. .... 85, 93, 97, 110, Y Yentes, Gerald R. ................ 16, 83, Q York, Gerald ................................ 83 York, Kathleen Sue .... 16, 54, 55, 64, Yovich, Constance .....,.. Yukes, Richard Alan ........ Z 74, 100, 85, 93, Zabaronick, Robert ........... . Zabloski, Albert joseph .... ....... 8 4, Zassenhaus. Harold ......... Zecher, Peter .................. 87, Zeigler, Karen ..,..,................,. 71, 114, Zuckschwerdt, Cheryl .......... 25, 114, Zuber, Sharon L. ........ . 127 113 119 123 127 127 114 127 119 111 127 114 119 127 127 114 127 123 127 73, 201 127 119 123 96 68, 127 123 127 83 127 123 123 115 115 127 138 .t wx... Y. + -. , "5 . -TN Q fwff' ' A .., N ,, U' Lp XV110 we are, where we were, what we were doing and why. 1967 was the year. and who knows how we ever aecomplishecl il all? lim tif -ff. ., A M. ' c N , MLN: 05' . gn, 5 . . 1 L. P O ff, u .nl , -, ,I - 7, I XI., 2 L v .4 Q - Q r, ,gffr .hu - -. . .-W., - '- . 0. 50.51 af VE! . ,' . ' . f' '-.r . ' I ' , '. .-xx. ' V " 'I' 4 ,' " ' '. ' uk Aw x 5.4 , .1 . 1 5 ' 5 - ., , .. . I 'I I .-' " I. 4 . ..., W K l . . ,v. . Hi, DJ In -wil! 1 L ' 'D 's '. ' v I F, .. 4 ' '-, jg . I - ,QQ . , rug, -6 0 . 1 ' - . 4 vm Lk, x 'vi 'I 1 , f-yi... , U 4 ., ,...- , . JA v 4. . ff' n- ., ' 1 . .5 for 'I-JZ" 5-r by . , . v J 'Jw t a ' 1 ij i I. A ' v b- ' f 1 O , I ,,. . . af . , . M 1 ' I L ser, 1 . 5 'ff-C' . J, 5 " I1 -, r ,k- w efuldf' , This fall, Franklin College began an ex- tensive money-raising Campaign to defray costs of a long-range plan of development. This campaign has been Well supported by members and friends of the college com- munity whose efforts will soon be realized in the construction of the Campus Center pictured below. Many needed changes have already been seen in the building rennova- tions on campus. 'WAV "" 'fwx be-73" init?" 3 lfl-nl in ..... , ,...... . I f I i 5 1 i , v . 1 i I 1 1 A . 1 I , I , v 4 R .11 - V: i .,n v-1 n-I-'-'1' :.i : v. - r"-TI V N-I fr "r-::' 1: z' - mfr1z:.1....vn':"':I .:,:..x-111-W' :.L.n-N.-rv":..:.:ful-rm 21--41-"':', ng. ..-1 ':'.., .4 v I '31 -x 1-"":...,1-Hui., 1-" L, :1"'x1,4 zu ' 1-V1 I" 0' 4 . -1 ' " . .1 ' w 1 f f C ', FQ . ' 1 xi QB fx-M Z XX' Who, Where, Why, What, When, how J K L,fx Xf- special events I N f ,ff Who, Where, Why, What, When, how va 'Qs 'lf wp H E r l 4 .gm- 1 v ""'Y1 ,rr .4 W gui A ' E Q cum: ,JA A fr-' sb I ' x ,.... L 1 "F':"4 - , 8 i 2. I QWIOX nf- V, V --.-Q. 54 ' '5' 3759 ? 'F-W ' - -'91 Jw' 'f I Q 54,5-5: X 11. x, x'-f xg N,x ,V ., . ,L .l,'L' . : , . - , .. J. ,'-'Y u. n, .wi ' v f" .f. ',,f- L- 'UU Q4 Q , , .w ww ,f-. ey., I 2, .' um: v first Week The first week on Franklin's campus is a very busy time. Registration, rush. pledg- ing day and then those first classes make students forget they have ever been away! lust two more questions and Susan lilcin will have finished tht- CXll1lllSllllg plziceinent tests. J f A z .ly ga ' A 'hlus 14 DZ :ledges Sue Miles, Rae Meclellin, and Linda anke re- l w . . . . . - pare for an evening of smiles and introductions. 4. Boxes, books, and baggage, all necessities for living in Bryan Hall. Iri-Delts load up for post-pledging parade and a wlnrl around Franklin. 5, , PM K: wu- Iilicrc is zilwaryx :n iilil IIlilllllL' scrzllnlilc Inclnlx' czuli Iligillh i 'P Il . rush lMll'ly :ll lllc I1'aiu'1'l1ily lmuscs. 1'1YCl1 :ll Ll small Sclmul, silllitllls lllf' llfll slmu-cl thc- rig: :Vid illllhlliblll wailing during 1'c'himl1'11 itlll 'Q ff E 'U f U- It's Il proud moment for Chris Hiatt as sllcr dons hcl' '70 Xllcr Il XN'llHiY ll'llJ ilimugli Ilrgmklun, NUl'rlI'lIX IlICIlliM'l'N xml, bc-annie for thc first Lime. :ui ilu' ,f"'H""1l4 New Tri Dclm pledges :irc pcrcliccl :map ncw l0l1YK'lAlilJlC'5 :ns they await the Imcginuing of IJZITZICILN lillktlllgillilll Llic Ulllllllll llily. As Alumni President. Mr. George Rinker has the pleasure of crowning Nancy Gerber Homecoming Queen. Homecoming royalty are Susie Stum, Zeta Tau Alpha, and 'lay Mosberg: Kathy Menges, Unaffiliated VVomen. and Paul Hermann: Kathy York, Pi Beta Phi, and jerry Yentes: Pat Kershaw, Independent Women, and Bob Morris: Sue Mfohl- muth, Delta Zeta. and Bill Dennis: and Queen Nancy Gerber, Delta Delta Delta, with Jim Martin. homecoming Students worked into the wee-morning hours to make this year's Homecoming successful. Floats were better than ever, and townspeople applauded the parade when it passed through the streets. Junior Nancy Gerber, Homecoming Queen, added a pretty touch to the festivities, and fans were exuberant as the Grizzlies won the game over Anderson. 16 The Pi Beta Phi-Sigma Alpha Epsilon utilization of the Sesquicentennial celebration catches the interest of the towns- people of Franklin. The winning float stated: "The Ravens Can't Bear lt" . . they coultln't! lngenuity was demonstrated by the Delta Zetas and Phi Delts in their "Bye Bye Birdie" realization. To the victors belong the spoils! Elntion is obvious as Tri Delta-Lambda Chi lloat chairmen receive their winning trophy. Victory on the field is predicted by the extited spectators. 'Q' Instead of the Red Baron, Snoopy SC1l1'tllCS for Ravens on the Zeta Tau .Xlpha-Kappa Delta Rho lloat. 17 Miss Sara Patridge and Mr. and Mrs. Hicks during one of their many recitals given at lfranklin College. entertainment lecture erie Many well-known lecturers visited Frank- lin this year as part of the college Lecture Series. Students were entertained by popu- lar groups such as the "Kingsmen" and the "Four Seasons". Franklin was proud of its theater department as it presented 4 plays. X'Velded flying machines are among some of the entries at a modern art exhibit held in Stout Hall. Two Foreign newsinen. Ba- ha Musa Tarawally. editor ol' The New Gambia, and lieshi Mohammed Said. nianaging direttor ol the Al .Xyam Press are dismissing their lield with students Mike l,m'e:nll and ixlllll Doyle. 18 The Kingsmcn were among the CIllC1'fZliIllI1k'Ill pmviclecl by X -, 'F thc Flsllllklill College Student Clmlllpil. llcll ,Iam ululi Rulu'1l.u lllg In 5 2- r i...... I 'lxflf' llflllx, x' l':n'l'v1l in 'flu' Iiinlx. cs Iivllx' llHl'll'lIy5 King Ns ng qu IPLWIUIIIIIIIIIK' ul lin' In llllllli J, P Charles lflzxks and Arnold Kaplan are working on props and scenery for the clrznnu llC'IDZll'llllCIll. 20 Arnold lizlplzln before his perforxnunce in Thr Birds Arnold Kaplan and Tom Cheche in The Birrlx. - r I uric Tuttle, Katie lone-N, and Dave linwmm in I'rmI'x 1'llJ'llI1I'.H'. Dave limcrgon and Jcmsiux 1'owc'1's I'u0l'.s Paradise. Ruln-rin Illg Pfllililillg In-r lines lmc'lkm- thc PIU?" prom, dances Various dances rounded out the social life of Franklin students. Campus dances were held such as the Junior Prom and several "Cafe Yanas". Each social organization also planned one formal and one costumed dance. is Z Judy Conquest. Delta Zeta, was selected to reign over the 1966 version of the Junior Prom, "Hop A Go-Go". Candidates for Prom Queen are Carolyn l'Viltberger, FIXV: Susie Dunn, Pi Beta Phi: Judy Conquest, Delta Zeta: Donna Ham- mer, Zeta Tau Alpha: and Margo Perry, Delta Delta Delta. i"""" """'l, x ilk! X swinging build und go-go girls drew l9'1'a11klin students the key for :1 "Calle Yu liznch frzllernity :md sorority held pledge dances for IIlCl11lDCl'S and dates, SlXlL's and Llleir ufl1llJlJCl'Sn relaxed between dances ut "NlL1r1ll1y's Speakeasy." Slmw Slill1lllN'l'9 and Rfmring-'I'w4'nty mln-N-Q nddvd lu the lmlmlwre ill "Xlurpl1y'x," my ' 'we A .1-z n .J-wfv,, ., A-ri: .s. J I , 1 J X 'X , 1 1 'whiff-f .1 .., , r p 1 may ing Dressed in green dresses, Tri Deltas enthusiastically sing "Green, green" and "The green leaves of summer" to win Iirst plate in lXIz1y Sing competition. New members of Blue Key are announced to the college community during the :innuzil springtime affair. rjll Under sunny skies, the college community heard 9 social groups compete in the an- nual May Sing. Members of Tri Delta and U naffiliated Men Won top honors for their singing performances. Senior Judy Roscoe reigned over the day's festivities. Many student-leaders were named to honoraries. Outstanding freshman and sophomore women are linked for Lziurels honorary. It is a first in more ways than won, as Don Harrington ac- cepts the trophy for Best Men's Group in the May Sing. V . , .-...-..-.s..-....,. . M .m..i11- 4-'IJ' Y Y G-1' f- 2, 5?-z3'?i"' f .IU t 41 1-Q X , ,1 Qf .SC u n A - ,ry u If A ghd" TT ki -g Members of the 1966 Mav Queen Court are Sanclv Sells, Tri Delta: Cllervl zllClLSClNX'C1'Ll.f. Unaffiliated KX'ome11: Margie Asp Zeta Tau Alpha: Paige Fulmer, Pi Phig Judy Roseoe, Delta Zeta and Helen Silber, Independent XX'omen. llie 19135-66 Queen and her court. leslivilies. luniur women carry a daisy fhain to make an entryway for Alucly Ruscoe. Delta Zeta. was mlmwen lu reign over Nav Day 05 Honorary degrees at Com- mencement were bestowed by President Haines upon: Dr. Samuel R. Sutpliin. Governor 1 Henry lf. Scliric-ker, Dr. Hol- man Hamilton. and Dr. Ray L. Hellner. i commencement Ninety seniors were presented long-awaited diplomas on june 5, l966. Friends and rela- tives heard Dr. Holman Hamilton give the commencement address, and Dr. Mary S. Owen was the speaker for the l966 Bacca- laureate. Seniors and proud parents lind relief from the everpresent Grzlduzilion Day sun. George Hoge receives his proof ol' four years of nczideniic toil from President Haines and Dean Park. 4.-ew pe K' 6, . L .- .. 8' ' h"oh1'.'-1 ' ' .3 Y," . in '- ,. Q: u . 54515, '- K'-P'-3 ' ,-i. E Franklin College seniors pztrztcle toward the Connnencemel achievements. Spectators to the Clominencemcnt of the Class of '66 had the speclal privilege of watching Governor Roger D. Bflllllgllll present an lronorzny degree to former Governor Henry lf. Schriker. ,- .Ml 4..f4, ,-5. ii f - -.lf A if x, ,ws , X -N .-,v, xr . . -1 I 69' t CY, v. .I ,Jr-i I IVV," 6' n ,,,v- . lnmhf-.. I x .Q '- it tent in great ztnticilmzilion of the Cll1llLlX of their 1lIltlC1'gI'1lllllLllC Crzuluztling Tri Dellzl Seniors gillllL'l' in llie wcllliollsc for sonic lmt minute rerninscing. in 11 - . -uv' rv I ip il- C' I N ht KW 5, ,-5 adm1n1strat1on Who, Where, Why, What, When, how hw A. as L .Nw Nvmx M. ,,,...,.M-N Q N 'N... lr I lf 'S af 0 board of trustees s . x. . - Broclehurst Elsey Honorary Chairman Ellyn L. Brnnigin, Jr. Chnirinnn of the Board Truman D. Hoover William S. Hamilton Vice-Chairman Vice-Cliziirmnn 51 ,L . Joel Hadley Eugene L. Henderson Vice-Chairman Secretary A .,,. A3 " livcrctt Allison Rllfll2ll'Cl B. Curtis 5 N Mrs. Nina Pulliam ,' f Neil E. Firestone w me t'--g iii? A V : fa 'ae r Q 1 .k,,, - Russell Priest X S ' Ralph lXlcQuiston ' "W' 5- - Q. .-. j George B. Elliott 7' 3 1 if 4 Joseph O. Mfayinire George Vandivier Treasurer Arthur XV. Allen Nate Kaufman i .-., t w ' 4 e..zQ A 109 'K 3 4 zfn.-mm-fza A Raymond E. Blackwell X.. Hon, Roger D. Governor of P.. ,.Q Branigin Rev. Tllomrxs L. Bmh Russell R Cfunpbcll Indiana l N, f y P R Q. Q S 'NX if Q Row One: Thomas D. Hathaway lvilliam G. Hibbs Mrs. Edna B. Lucy Row Two: Dr. Hurry E. Mock Oren D. Pritchard Dr. Olie D. Pruett Row Three: Hilbert Rust Clllurles E. Tinkle Robert M. cll'lll'llflL'l4l Rmu Four: Arch C. YVcst Dr. Dallas lVesL Leu 'l'. lVolford ' 'we A .1-z n .J-wfv,, ., A-ri: .s. J I , 1 J X 'X , 1 1 'whiff-f .1 .., , r p 1 ' d t Zh ' Dr. Wesley Haines travelled frequently this year supporting the fund-raising campaign. 1 we ' qu! 1.1 ' Dr. XVeslt'y N. Haines, President ol lcllllllillll College :ls he zniives llonitf 1llilC'1' it lausint-ss trip. l,l'L'SlllL'lll Haines extends 21 greeting' lo some lIlClIllJC'l'S of the Friendly Franklin Fznnily. IH Although he was often off-campus, he and his wife found time to entertain students. l,I'L'blClClll Haines and his tluugliter Debbie take I1 moment to View her yenrbc President and Mrs. Haines discuss their paintings. F i 1 1: I2 1 ,Y x K IZ 1 1 Ar. ' Mrs. Hziinccs rcccivcs zippmvall from Primi- ,,, . nt Haines :ls Ili' l1l5lC'N iifil' umukivs. Hrs. Hxlincs. l'ra-siclcnl Ilnim-s, :ami Uch- lm- L-njoy il'L'NiIiy lmkul umkics. S55 F, we ii V K Y n.. Mr. R. C. Fctterly, Vice-l'resitlcnt for Business Alliairs is also :in lionorary Mrs. 'Tliclma Hartzell, Assistant to the lllC'llllll'l' of the Board of Trustees. lhisiiiess Mzumger. Vi i t Mr. Robert Baker, Business ixtanager Vice-president for Development, Mr. Gael Swing has been Concerned with the public relations and developmental plans of Frank- lin. Mr. Ray Fetterly makes use of his ex- perience as an outstanding business man in his advisory position of Vice-president of Financial Affairs of Franklin College. I3 6 H' gs u. .qmnlf S fx . ,Q X .-' ' 1 sl? tv .J Mr. Rcxford CIiI'PCIllCl', Director ol' lklblicallium und Pulm- - h Q R - lililv 01' lrmnklin C,,l1L.gt.- Mrs. ,Inuc I'ICll14l1. Dxrcclor ui ,Xlumm Rm-Lnlmm. NIT. H1ll'l'S' T. Lovcriclgc. Di1'cLlu1' ul' llla' PIU' Mr. Gzlcl D. Swing. Vice President fur DC'X'Cl1'Dl71llCllI. Plum. 4 ,gg ,2 ' A , .1 if ' . 4 l,, 415 -'1 I .,' fxf' . -,r - 'Twp .,,,- 'ev ,, ,,. , , 3 . I JM. ' ' I 5. v V 1 Wjllvr L. Q -.4 , . .V David C. Naile. Coordinator of Records '15-16" . and Assistgmt Prof, of ljconomicg, KITS. GFHCE ClCVt'lZ111tl, ACZItlC11liC RCLOrCl6I' dean In spite of the many responsibilities as Dean of Students, Dr. Richard Park always has time to spare for students. This year he and his wife hosted a reception for stu- dents on the Dean's List. Students feel at ease with Mr. Jack Mahon, Acting Dean of Students. Mr. Mahon took an active part in guiding and directing student activities. Dr. Richzlrcl M. Park. Dean of Franklin College and Asso- ciate Professor of lXI:itl1emzutics. SS L, ,,,,,,.':-- '? l . Rev. C. D. Kliugk, Director of Church Relations. John Mahon. ,XClillQ Dc-gm of Slumh-nts. U Us lv: af" CHQ QQ' ,gr f..iJ-I DURM BIOTHICRS: Mrs. Hole-n I'clcrs. lbirm-elm' uf .Im-llk-rw: llmxwz Xllw. Ruin' Il.n'is, llilm-cm: nl' lhwgm llull: Mn, .Xu- ncltc Smith, Assistant llircclor of lilwy Hull: Mrs. 'lhclmzi IS, king. llirmmr ul lalm-y Hull: .xml Nhw. l.vn.n XX'ilwn, llil'l'tIuT of Cline Hull. 39 -4., '77 Q: lv., . admission , library , . . . i Members oi the admissions council travel 3 more than 85,000 miles to visit students interested in Franklin College. The new Hamilton library, capablely run by Mr. Ro- bert Coward is popular with new students. Eddv M, 1-em Dem of Admissions, yi- t- 5 , .,,,A, i ,,.,,, X ,,......,.,,.. 'm,,wmi.,g ...sis ., i' , .ff X Mr. Ronald Johnston, .-Xssistzuit Director of Xtliiiissioiis. Miss Ruth .Xune Kennedy :uid Mr. H. lV:1lter Akhurst, Jr., Admission Counselors. 40 ' 1 l ,I-,, . H F" i I Mr. Vicco Von Stralcndorff, Associate Librarizln Dr. Robert Y. Coward, Head Librarian. 1 , jig? . ' 1..- , ' N' -,J .Q -R . 1? - XX: ', I TX YQ LIBR.-XRIANS: Mrs. ,Xlicc Carr, Assiszznn Librnrizm: Mrs. Rim Kemp, Assistzun Supurvimr nl' Cinulntion: Mrs. Hester Cowurcl, Curnlmg Spccirul Colle-ctirms: Mrs. Ruth liuggs, Hvslml SlllN'l'YiNUl' ol' CIi1'Cul:1lim11. humanities The Division of Humanities provides an intensification of the liberal arts educa- tion at Franklin College. Courses stress self-expression, intellectual development, - - P-f.Rl-u.1un1',c1.'-I fH . and a searching for applicable knowledge. ofOphi15QQ?1iyfRe1igHfK,ll mmm O ummmes md Prof Peter -I. Buknlski, Assistant Prof. of Theatre and Speechg Mary E. MacNiven, Assistant Prof. of Theatre and Speech. 42 HCIIII-.Illl'gL'll cvl'lCIJSKll. Xssnmllllt l'1'u1.ul L-L'l'1II.lllI 1111 Iwwpln Htlglll, I'1'oi. of Gcrlnam. F 75 .il 1' vm ,, .Xnitn Burger. Spanish. l,lll'l-liIHC lll5lI'llQlOl' ot Spzmisllz Priscilla Glk.lIll, Asmuligllk' Prof. QI S1DlllliSllI .Xlifizl RI. Phllllil. Assistant 1'ml'. uf Y- ' Nlllfilill Plnlnik, Xxsixlgull l'1'uI', ul lfrtlulug Gzmlnvr l'. .Xxl1lcx', Xwnizm- Prof. nl' F , Q almanack 1967 Dr. Phillip Y. Colt-inztln. cillillflllllll of Eng- I l ish, ,Xssociutc Prof. ol' English: Dr. Dzivil F. Glfnclisli, Associate Prol. of English: Dr l llirlizml Gruhzun. .x55lSlQl'llll Prof. of Eng- ' lish: Glcuclu Harwood. Instructor ol Eug- ish. ll Dr. Xtllilliznn A. Sturm, Roscoe XM Payne Prof. of Philosophy-Religion1 Robert D Lens. Pzxrt-time Lecturer of Philosophy Religion. Aliuf Gill, Instructor ol Englishg Daniel Poe, Instructor of English: Gary Sinnnons, Instructor of English: Thomas K. Ehret, As- sistant Prof. of English. George Bitzer, Instruntor of Musicg Nettie Hicks, Part-time Imtrucmor of Musicg Szuuucl B. I-licks, Instructor of Music. l,uLkc'r. l'1ll'l-lilllt' lIINll'llll1ll' ul ,Xrl: 'l'lmm.us lm .xsxulilllld l'l'uf. nl ,Xl'I. Luigi Clrispium, PA!!!-lillll' lmlrufmr of .Xllg Klum ocial cienees Social Science, the science of people and their relationship to economies, history, and education provides a basis for success- ful living, as well as an adequate know- ledge for a future career. Courses in So- cial Science relate well to Liberal Studies. ' . f . W -1" eff' Dr, I. George Blake, Head Chairman of the Social Sciences and Prof. ol History. 46 1' 'wr Dr. Sharon Chertkolf, Assistant Prof. of Psychologyg George YV. Tsisinanakis, Associate Prof. of Psychology. 1' f Brmc I-Ioibcrg, Assislullt I'1'ul'. u Sun 1 xunlld X out U 4 ll l'U7llfTlNU 1 Alan Rosenbloom. Instruntor of H Prof. of Histoly. gmncry, Instruntm' of Iicluczltiull . H ss' 4 - I -'egg Rohc-rt F. Chupp. Associate Prof. of -Iournalism. lixcmntive Sccrctary of the Indiana High School Press Association. Dr. 'lhchna Tsisinanakis. ,Xssocizlte Prof. of liclucationi Mainric Cilkey, Assistarzt Prof. of History. Gore-rinnent and liclu- lilllfllll Dr. lclancl H. Erickson. Director of 'I'c-achcr lfchualion :incl Prof. of lirlf ucation: Ruth Holland. Part-time Lcc- turer of lichlcation. 48 x i 3 2 frzae 1'-4.5 ur - ' 5-6. -3' Ruth Clallon. Associate Prof. of Physical Education: Stewart R. Faught. Chairman of Physical Education and Prof. of Physical Eclucationg Herman Moyer, Associate' Prof. of Physical Eclucationg Ruymoncl E. Xlfcbster, jr., Assistant Prof. of Physical Education. mp 49 if P 1 ,417 Leslie XV. Burger, Associate Prof. ol Biology: Dr. Roheri J. Trnukle, Associate Prof. of Biology: Dr. Leslie L. Orimqm, Assistznlit Prof. of Biology. Rznymoncl Cowan, Cllanirmzm ol Smic-me zuml Xvfbllzlli' Pro! of l'l1ysiu. natural cience In the Division of the Natural Sciences. the student can pursue knowledge through Class work. resenrcli projects zmcl indepen- dent study. The new l'z1c'ilities of Barnes Science Hull :incl the quziliiiecl professors helperl stuclems prepzirc lor their Czireers. E' 'liliomsls llomlgv. .xN54KllIlL' l'roI'. of Clllclnisiryi l'Al'cmle1'iik llolnl. lll5ll'llllUl' ol fllll'IIllSll'YI l,1lllliClll ll. lll'L!lll'L'gLll'll, ,xsxixlnlll l'l'ul'. ol l'l1Naim. Dr. c.l'llWl1ll'll Pulley, XISIUIIQ l'roI. ul XllllllL'lll.lllANI Xlxm Xltl'-llilklllll, .xNNlNl1llll l'rol'. ol NllllllL'lllQlllKNI I'.mI 'lf NllL:l'lll Instructor ol Nlnllielllzlliu. ...fi ., 3... . . r I V A is--.li Jig. W X ,r Who, Where, Why, What, When, how 0 Who, F' 'S organizations Where, Why, What, When, how 5 I fs Q, 5 v -' - -ing, - Z . . .1 a xx- AJS H ,N 1" -, v , , ,S V' 'T' '53 37 4-fb 995' z, ff :1f1::s:w5:a gs ' X . '- ,- -1 S K -Q A 15 3 Y 5 ,fr I X 4 k'S""'ssqm,., f 7 qw! 9 Q X, Mxzv ' 224 X Psi fi? pm 1 f xg 1 1 x -.,..,,.-..,,-.- Ei 'gf 'ff EEE'-'ff ggss'i 'iff-if r P special events ..... . . . 11 administration .... .... 2 8 organizations . . . . . . . . 50 athletics .... .... 8 8 advertising . . . . . . . 128 index ...... .... 1 35 Who, Where, Why, What, When, how STUDENT COUNCIL: First Row: Susan Strmb, Linn Mzuhis. l.l1lLl2l Perry. Susan xlllilllllllllll. :xml Kathy York. Swfuml Row: klOllll Clcvclzincl, Susan Hadley, Lyn Funlae, Bob -Iaiiwis. Bob Mxnkwultcr, Bob DCVQSS. and Doug 'I'ill- mzin. Third Roni: Bill Bzlrnarcl, Pat Bajdck, Joe Dubes, Sliziron Carroll. Judy Conquest, Dave Vaughn, :ind Duvc Denslaw. STUDENT COURT: Rich- znrcl Filcli. Xlvlllllllll Hlllillflfll. Aclvisur D11 llllylllfillfl Cowl zin, jerry Sllllllilljllgllv Thom- as Clcrc. Slim-irill Rowland, Slcvc- Slllllll, Dulc lViuncl. und XVilli:nn Clzirr. 51 . l 2 lv .Y' WOMEN RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: Relic Su-inigcr, Nam 1 Cold Huy xllll l"cilL'1', Lyn lfunkc. :mal SUSLIII Slum MEN'S HOUSE RESIDENT AS- SISTANTS: lfnsl Huw: Don ll.Ilkl'illg' lllll, Dun Craig, Nlikm' l'1lll'illgl'I', .Klux NL'lllJl'l'l. SVIIIIIII Row: Rimlu ll.llmlv, Rinh lfmlwgllcls, 'lllmllgzs fIll'll'. lllltl liruu' l.UggLll'l. fn ALPHA: Ifiril Row: Dr. Robert 'l'r1in- kle, Cllieryl Zuckscliwernlt, unnl George Rinkcr. SVKUIIII Iimui Dr. Mary Owen, l'rnl. Daniel Poe, Miss Glenda 1-lzirwood, Prol. Mary Mz1cNix'en, Prof. Alicia l'ig1m'z1, Mibs .-Xlicc Gill, Prof. Leslie Burger, :ind l'rul'. Visco von Strfilenclorff. ALPHA PHI GAMMA: National Coed JOLITITIIHSIH Hon- m'g1ry: Betty lXlciKinley, Michele Mziclclock, Lynda Clenden- ning, Lzlnrel Vicuri, Margo Perry, :ind Dianna Marcus. honoraries Oulstumliiig stuclents are tapped for their ucliieveinents in subject matter and overall leadership' lmlllkllll 15 Proud to have SIX THETA ALPHA PHI: Drama Honorary: Roberta Illg, Prof. V V - - liukalski, Dick Fitch, George Johns, Katie Jones, James Kelly, cliapters ol national l1OI1OI'2il'lCS on campus. and prof, Mary MaCNiven. 56 45 'D CHI BETA PHI: National Science Honoraryg Prof. Bueregard, George PCI'lClygTllfI, Prof. Cowan, Marshall Burns, Jim Harris, and Dana Klinck. PHI ALPHA THETA: National History Honoraryg First Row: Linda Fletcher, Sue IVohlmulh, and Shcrril Rowlzincl. Sccnnrl Row: Pete Sanborn, Bob Fpslcin. John Sezlth, Bob Kitchen. and Dr. I. George Blake. THETA SIGMA PHI: National lVomen's Journalism Honorary: Dinnnzi Mur- cus. Lynda Clc-nclenning. Margo Perry, IICIII' McKinley. and Michele Nfaiddock. 4 1 C7 ,---fh..,s 57 41? xx X ' .gy- - . ,, "K, . wi V' NK . N' , Tapping for Laurels during the May Sing festivities. GOLD QUILL: honorary for junior and senior women outstanding in scholarship, activities and leadership: Lyn Funke and Margo Perry. LAURELS: members fhosen by Gold Quill for their achievements in scholarship, activities, and leadership. First Row: Margaret Knight and Connie McAnally. Serum! Row: Sherrill Rowland and Linda Fletcher. Third Row: Linn Mathis, Lynda Clendenning, Barbara McKinney, and Cheryl Barnard. 58 W2 BLUE KEY: nicn's honormy for outstanding junior and seniorsg Pete Sanborn and Rich Flecker. LANCERS: First Row: Dave Dcnslnw, john Clcveland, and Mike Byrd. Swrmfl Row: Stcxc Snlilh, Bob O'Ncil1, and Dale Xvifllld. Donald Bozell Marshall Burns Thomas Clere Ronald Cole ' 7 : 'mfxwf I f ' 1252253 A i Margo Perry George Rinker Charlotte Sellers ho' who i Eleven Franklin College students were cho- sen to appear in the 1967 edition of lNho's Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties. These seniors added much to the col- lege with their leadership ability and talents. 60 3,24 1 A V 5 ' if 9 , C215 inf ,tg 5 Robert Epstein Lyn Funke Richard Herndon Betty Mcliinlcy honor day Undergraduates were rewarded for their success in scholarship and other fields of interest on Honors Day. Dressed in caps and gowns. many Seniors received scholar- ships and assistantships to graduate schools. Hike Mznddock :ind Bob lXllll'lilVZllICT, Co-assistant Editors of the Alxnnnnck. Laiinutc Druskis. Head Photographer Arnold Kaplan, Head Artist. and SECTION EDITORS: Bette Richardson, Lynda Clendcnning, Katie Jones, son. Nicki Nicolai, and Candy Barnes. of the Almanack. Sherrill Rowland, Janice Bursie. Linda Hendrick- Bob Murkwaltcr. Assistant Editor and Margo Perry, Editor publication i l 62 :fo an ' f l A 591 Q., 'A , 1 ' I e' I . , 1-Q-'Q' -,:.-.-' iv- :,,.,m,,L,, maven-rr REPORTERS Phxllis Cruin Lindw Perl", Charlotte Sellers, Editor of The : 4' . , . 5 Franklin, and Shirley Gricler. REPORTERS: Sue Miles, Royce Delco and Bev Benchler. r' J' APOGEE STAFF: llknlly Smoke. 'I'llOIllZ'l9 Cllere. Cheryl ZllCli5ClllK'Cl'llI, Belly Nlnliinley, :mal George Pemlygrull. 63 3 5 1 E I oampu organizations WIND ENSEMBLE: First Row: Lynette Hoyt, Re Shepard. Sefond Row: Kim Chase, Royce Delco, Phil Dave Branch. ne Lombre and Carolyn North, Prof. Bitzer and CHOIR: Fira! Row: Joyce Lindstrom, Sally Battin, Chris Hiatt, Andrea Huggins, Sue Keller and Carolyn Shepard. Second Row: 'lane Maclinger, lllarcia jaynes, Richard jowsley, Dave Krenback, Fraiices Charainur. Rianne Johnson, Becky Koontz, Lynette Hoyt and Roberta lllg: Third Row: Arleta Leclbetter, Jane Gray, -Ierilyn Clarke, Don Harrington, Rich Towsley, Sandy Miller, Susan Dan, Sue Cole, Kathy Hibbs and Pam Marsh. Fourilz Row: Ricliarcl Harnois, Don Cook, John Blankenbuehler, Paul Brinkerlioff. Churk Xlfoffarcl, Dave Branch, Neal Noble, Jim Owens and Jiin Alsicelln. 6-l 'Q WFCI STAFF: Skip -Ioilcs, Yiclor Beck, Ron Beal. ,lim Holt. Cid Downey, Bill Rengicr, and Howie Roberts. RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES BOARD: Ifirsf Rumi: jennifer Shin, Bully Nlakiulcy, Cllicryl B1ll'Il1ll'LI, Cl1u1'lc11u Mills. Carol Perkins. mul Mrs. Cllcvulziml. Swmml Hmw: 'Ibm licrixics. .Klux Ncubcrt. lien Burr, IQLIIIL' jones. Pml. Hicks. Miss Pizmczi. Dink lfilcll. Pcnny Hcctcr, A ' L il . 'inncy Pctc' Sqmliuru, IJUII Harrington. :incl Culc liannks. STUDENT ASSISTANT ADMISSIONS COUNSEL: Fin! Row: Sncvc Slllilll. Becky Boyer, .-Xrlclzx I.c'cllivtu'1'. Susan Kline. :mil .lim Ovcmiycr, Dzivc Ovurmycr, Pam Brown, Dvunis Sulzumli, Slizirun Cllizlsc. Swmlfl Huw: Clllcryl IILll'll1llilI. Sliqmni llliailligmi. :ind Dave Sparks. 65 i!?i'lh- SPANISH CLUB: Frm! Row: july Headley, Marilyn Rabel, and Barbara McKinney. Second Row: Sue Cole, Kathy Martin and Rau Mcdcllin. Thirzl Row: Nlitlwle Baum, Margo PL-rry, Gene Ruud. jerry Olson, and Gloria Castro. Fourth Row: Prof Priscilla Grant, Mrs. Anita Burgur. :ind Prof. .Xlicixi Pianca. FRENCH CLUB: Fin! Row: Brenda Harmon, Mary lfcilcr and Mary Hodcl. Sworn! Row: Prof. .-Xlicin Pianca, Prof. lXlarion Plotnik. and Prol. Gzirdm-1' l'. Ashley. till GERMAN CLUB: Seated: Prof. Griebsch. Standing: Roger Mock Nicki Nicolai, Linda Bryant, Jo Eck, and Kathy Fisler. FORENSIC LEAGUE: Fin! Row: Ramsey Cniuplmcll. Rcuc Loiiilnc. Mary Alice Grliuit, JZITIICS Nziglcy. :incl Mike XVilson. Sffcuml Huw: Rzuulx' flzilmlc, Prof. Daniel J. Rocher, Cole Banks, and Stcxe Smith. DEBATE TEAM: Rgmcly Cgililc. Raiuiscy Campbell, Prof. Daniel Koclivr, Cole Banks. Stcvc Smith. :mil James Nuglcy. i V4 STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: Ffrvl Row: llill Klgzrr. HIVXL' lung. ilgmrlili llrqzinqm. Niiki Niuulgmi, Hairy lic! Nancy flL'lilJl'l', Slmi-on clllllllllllll, :xml lxlillllillll lslnvl, Srirnzd Row: Sui' xvlilllllllllll, KAll't'Il Zl'lgll'l'. 5llN.IIl lhnm, .Xliw llllxlill Xlzirgo l'lIl'l'y. Lyn lfunkc, :uid Nurnizn liislmp. I PEP COUNCIL: Finns! Row: Bob Jarvis, Judy Conquest, Lyn Funke, and Ellen Jacoby. Second Row: Sue Wohlniuth, Kathy York, and Susan Hadley. Third Row: Klan Ryan. Kathy Menges, and Jacqueline Dove. WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION: Ifml Row: Lynne Srhocnleber, Kathy York, Jacqueline Dove, and Susan Miles. SITIJVIII Row: Charlene Garrison, Phyllis Crain, Sandy Lingle, Brenda Harmon, Vicky Grady, and Royce Delco. Third Row: Mary jo lick, lvlllldll Leffler, Sally Hopkins. Mary Martha Rogers, Patricia Gray, Dee Dillon, and Trudy Bender. 08 PANHELLENIC: Firm! Row: Margo Perry, Dianna Marcus, Lyn Funkc, Y'Vzl11clu Lefllcr, Judy Bcnjznnin, :mal Connie Nh.Xnull Sefmzrl Row: Mary Nlilflllll Rodgers, Trish Gray, Sumn Dunn. Maury Alice flfllllll. Linda l'c1'ry. and Nancy Dmkc. I fl -5 1 f 1 1 1 l . INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL: lfinl Rmv: Bill Sllll'I'l'l' Tom CllCCllC, Pete Leland, Bill Dennis. 'l'mn liCl'llL'I'. Mikl Row: John Spikcr. Acting Donn of 5Illllk'lllN ltbllll I. Xl.nlmn Clcorgc Klingcr. lim Martin. :xml Paul lQllimr.' L JUNIOR PANHELLENIC: Fin! Row: Franny Clxznrznnut, Sully Bzlltin, Rizmne ulolmsun. :md Pznn Brown. Seronrl Row: Janis Saylor, Arlctzn I.cclbcltcr, Carol I'c'ckinp:n1gl1, :md Cxlrnl Smith. Third Row: Nancy Klzuk, Rau: Nlcmlullin. Susgm Blilvs, and Susan Keller. 60 Bvrd, Stove Smith, Neal xVL'lCll. und Paul llcrmam. ,Swfmnl ocial organizations Franklin's eight social organizations are all national fraternities. The men reside in their own houses, while the sororities maintain suites in Elsey Hall. Franklin College often turns to these fraternities for help and support in campus activities. Spectators :it the May Sing competition. TU Members of Lambda Chi Alpha during a party held for the orphanage. First Row: Dave Dick and guest. Second Row: Hlilliani McCarthy, Toni Chcche, and C. D. Klinck, Director of Church Relations. All Greeks felt a loss as the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house burnt down. XLQYE wx , 1 . 3 oi, 5.r,L,4'." Susan Stum working on homecoming. Sue Wohlmulli amd olhcr Greeks arc cniuying gm Qliiltlillfllbll in the key. Members of Delta Delta Delta at May Sing. Tl First Row: Linda Esposito, Arleta Leclbetter, Chris Hiatt, jessica Powers, Carol Peckinpaugh, and Patrice Parrish. Second Row: Kathy Hall, Linda Doughman, Susan Egloff, Diane Tryzna, Rianne Johnson, Randy Phelps, and Aggie Mlang. First Row: Nancy Drake, Judy Deiuria, and Cheryl Barnard C Second Row: Janice Bursie and Katie Jones. Founded Boston University, 18885 Frank- lin, 1912. President Linda Fletcher. Edie Steiniger, House Council Pres., KDR Sweetheart. Margo Perry, Pres. Spanish Club, Panhell, and Gold Quill, Who's Who. Nicki Nicolai, S. E. A. Pres. jane Madinger, Choir Pres., Nancy Gerber, Homecoming Queen, Jr. secretary. Firsts in scholarship and Homecoming. '72 xa 'L J 'ez fh ll. - QA Connie xIC.'XllI1llllf'. Karen Zeigler, and Linda Fletcher. Lindu Sollis, Nicki Ninliolzli. Susan Stuzib. :Incl Becky Boyer. - Iicliu Stciuigcr, Mary Klum' '1iilJlHll. Lynn Salim' Sliuron Ciillllilfllll. ,.. lliL'IJL'I'. mul gg: H! L s. 513 i 4 f v 5 I l 1 1 Y I I A - JU fl K '. -' ,s,- ffi 11111-ml Bwml, S11-xic lulmmn. Nunn Clwlwii. Kimi- Xlilllrl- l:nlul,'Sm:u1 Rcccl. ziilcl .fill XX':zl'rm'l1. Nlzlrgu PCIAIX. Marx Xit'I't'tiiIIl. Rimlx I'il'l,'l'llIllll. Iam' xi.llilll- QCII -.y jl -.31 . -lx special events . . . . . . . . 11 administration .... .... 2 8 organizations . . . . . . . 50 athletics .... .... 8 8 advertising .... .... 1 28 index .... .... 1 35 Who, Where, Why, What, When, how ,QI in First Row: Rae Medellin, Jean Skeet, Susan Miles, Ellen Jacoby, Dehbe Andrews, and Lynette Hoyt. Second Row: Linda Janke, Louise Gibbard, Susan Hadley, Carol Smith, Jacqueline Dove, Beth Hodel, and Barbara Ganey. Founded Miami University, 19023 Frank- lin, l920. Presidents Susan Wohlmtlth, Jane Singer. Lyn Funk, Who's Who, Lau- rels, Gold Quill. Sue VVohlmuth, Out- standing DZ Senior, Phi Alpha Theta. Rae M edellin, national most-outstanding pledge award alternate National Awards for best- improved chapter, sorority activities and education. Judy Conquest, Jun. Prom Queen. Judy Roscoe, May Sing Queen. Intramural Archery first. 74 Sharon Roloson, Helen Davis, Susan Cole, and Sally Hopkins ,WV T y f - nz , Q ,sfww .gm .N 'H mvxz ' 493 Q., ' .LN ' L P, 3. 7.12 . il, .rn 'Wea 'J L ll ' - fray-, , . -..xtv :Z K" Cindy Bailey, Leslie 'I-llOlllPSl7ll, Candy Barnci. Bonniu U'arclluw, Royce Delco, and Trish Gray. 2 . 1"ir.st Row: 'l'1'ucly Bcmlm-r and Marcy Kluntfw. Xwrnnl Hum: Mary Marllm Rugcrs, Susan XYul1lnn1ll1. and Slwrrill Row- land. Cow: lircncla Harmon. and Lyn LlClllJL'l'gl'l'. Smmz Row: Vinkl Grady and Lyn Fnnkc. I'l7'Nf I -WH l ,K 1 all Lv, ..,-U .N 'ix- 1 -5 3 egg 1-N Ska' ., A . nl 5- I'lI,Xf limp: lice Dillon. Barbara Bryan, slnclv flllllllllbxl. an lallmv fllll'lJt'l1lL'l'. SVVIIVIII Huw: Bcxcrly SlllgL:l'. lim' n lnlrr .mul lam ' 'Y ,,,.4 First Row: Kathy I-Iibbs, Sally Battin, Kathy York, jan Ryan, and Pam Brown. Second Row: Susan Dann, Judy Eddleman Susan Klein, Pam Trester, Marcia Jaynes, Frances Charamut and Anne Blankenhueler. iD Founded, Momouth, Illinois, 1857. Frank- lin l888. Presidents Sue Dunn, Sharon Carroll. Margaret Knight, secretary, Chi Beta Phi, Laurels, Hoosier Scholar. Laurel Vicari, Secretary-Treas. SEA, Alpha Phi Gamma. Lynda Clendenning, V-Pres Al- pha Phi Gamma. Linn Mathis, Secretary Student Council, Laurels. Sally Battin, Pres. Junior Panhellenic. Linda Hendrick- son, President, Little Sisters of Minerva. Evie Schueler, President of German Langu- age Club. 76 WLAL. Linda Perry, Ann Miller, Sally Killen, jane Totten an Dianna Marcus. is Ni Carolyn Brumzln and Susan Dunn. Bette Riclmardson, Lymlu Cllcmlcnning, :xml Climlx' XvilllL'l'S. f... 3 i , 0 CP' W if S Hichclc Nlnrhlmk. Iivc-lvn Sclmcullcr, Linn Mathis. :md Xlznr- l,:nurcI Vicnri, Slmmn llnrmll. l,iml.n lll'Ilill'i4lxN1lIl. and Mar- QZIYCI Kllighl I gig' N11 77 .44 ' , ,. fy ,fi i Ap, 'L Heyy., 3 5 ,, ' 4, , ,lf fx 'Ii-P4 ,SA fx f ' .ag HF fi' 1 h Q. 'Q ,,.,.l,Q Ev at wif F i .,. E Ifmi Row: Sue Keller, Nancy xlatk, Faith Henry, Sharon Sheley, and Sheryl Allen. Second Row: Sandra Ford, Deborah Close Linda Dornherg, Barbara Forsstrom, Janis Saylor, and Sandra DeVary. ZTA Founded Longwood College, l898g Frank- lin, 1927. Presidents Donna Hammer, Judy Benjamin. Janis Saylor, State Day award for highest Sophomore grade point average. Mary Ann Feiler, while studying in France, was President of the Institute of American Universities in France, served on the Com- mittee of French-American Student Rela- tions in Aix-en-Province. All-Sports I.M. Firsts. 78 Susan Stum, Sandy Lingle, Jo Eck, and Betty Parrett Af- 'weav- big." Diane McElrarh, XVanclz1 Lcfflcr, Susan XV:ml, :md Donna Hammer. Joyce I,inclst1'0m. H4-sky Koontz, Judy Bcnjamliu, Mary A1110 Grimit. :md Linda Bryant. uri fzlhlllillt Cmlliwll. CIumli.n l,lllIxUUllIl. llyl lis Cranial. :xml Xlgny ,xllll lfcilcr. 79 :lv a Ifmt Row: Doug Tilman, Dave Satanoff, Al Hilburg, john Dyke, Bill Brownell, Fred McTammney, Jim Comstock, Rich Fisher. and Mike Tliibocleau. Srmnrl Row: Dave Overniyer, Art Ivey, Harry Roberts. Bob Pagani. Jay Mosberg. Bob Ernst, Bill Gilmey. Mitch Tzikei. and Gene Kossack. K P Founded Middlebury University, l905g Franklin, 1919. Presidents Vfilliam Dennis. john Hachman. James Overyniyer, Alpha Phi Gamma Pres., Fmnklin Editor. Robert Epstein, Phi Alpha Theta, YNho's Wlho in American Colleges. Dave Coffin, Chi Beta Phi. Dave Kitchen, Phi Alpha Theta. Team won football intramurals. Al Skolnik. Bob Kitchen, Larry Baker, and Bob Thompson. 80 W7 N 4 S ' EF' W W' r 'Af X x K, . 3 J 'v J '7 ., . - .I H L, -95. ,i. . I 2 I I NN Q za 4 1- gg s y ff. 'F Ifirxl Huzv: Aliin Apitellzi, Mike Barry, Steve Hudson, -Ion Custer, jay liet-gan, jeff Burt, Dave Gilmour, Bob Davis, and Al Moore. SIWUHII Hunt: Art Munson, Hal Shipley, Jerry Beasley, Barry Moore, Paul Brinkerhoff, Rick Kerr, Greg Cassady, john Van Dt-un, Pete Cresceiui, Rick Sanclstroin, Dave Secly. John XVinge, Pete Dyer, XfValt Smith, Marty Cudclyrre, and 'loin Jones. AA Founded Boston College, 19095 Franklin, 1925. Presidents Ron Cole, jim Harris. 'llom Clere, lfllooclrow Xllilson Fellowship. Bill Barnard, Student Council V.P.. Stu- dent Court. Jim Harris, Class Pres. Jim Eisenhower, Soph Class Pres. National Fraternity Certificate of Excellence in Pub- lic Relations to V.P. Bob Jarvis. Home- coming Float trophy. Intramural Volley- ball, A-League Basketball, Tennis Firsts. S2 First Row: Bob Miles and Doug Haughs. Second Row: Dave Czartoryski, Ed Abtlelnour, and Jack Vzxnsworth. Ken Coppinger, Gerald York, Bob Lindsey, Tom Charlie, mul Ifirxt Rozy: .Iolm Martin, Bob Zzibnronimk, :mal Roy .XIlClL'l'5L'll Nick Nichols. Smmzrl Row: Mike :xNllXYUlilll, Bill lS:iri1n1'nl. -lohn Sliikcr, gmal im Hzirris. I"ir.xl Row: L:u'1'y XVilli:ims. Ron Colc. Tom Kcclcr, Bill Hamilton, :md Bob Jarvis. Srmnrl Row: Frccl Glizuluycn, Chuck Slumpf, jim Dykliuizen, john Sczilli, and John Chizirolli. Bill Mcllnrlliy. Dau' Dick, ,lim lziwulmwvr. Hill Smllvrv. :mal .Iwry Ye-nlmw. N11 l 1-1 1' editor ...... assistants . . . artist ....... photographer section editors business rngr. .... . . . . . . . . . margo perry michele maddock robert markwalter . . . . arnold kaplan . laimute druskis .... .. .linda elendenning katie jones Candace barnes linda hendrickson janice bursie .bette richardson Who, Where, why, What, When, how Who, Where, Why, What, When, how I"1'r,vi Row: David Hanes, Tom Duffy. Dan Cribbin, and Chip Harrod. Setond Row: Keith Gerbers, Steve Brown, Rick Ged- ney. Al Zzibloski, jim Handy, Randy Richardson, Dave Vaughn, and Skip Palmer. A9 Founded Miami University, 1848: Frank- lin, 1860. Presidents George Klinger, Jim Martin. Dick I-lerndon, Fulbright Scholar- ship, Blue Key V. Pres., lNho's Wlro. George Rinker, Franklin Scholar, Alpha, lfVho's lfVho, Chi Beta Phi. John Cleveland, Chi Beta Phi, V-Pres. 'Dave Denslaw, Hoosier Scholar, Sophomore V. Pres., Out- standing Frosh. Dale VViand, Junior V. Pres., Lancers, Chi Beta Phi. B-League basketball, table tennis firsts. 84 First Row: Rusty Rathbun, Dick Herndon, and Rusty Perry Semnrl Row: George Klinger, Jim Martin, and George Rinker First Row: Bob O'Ncil1, Bill Epley, Victor liiplingur, Mrs. Kent, Robert DcVoss, and John Bucrgcr. Sworn! Row: Dick Yukcm, Terry I-Iocplmer, Roger Iiolilinzmu. Mike Rome, Paul Ellisor, :md Craig PILIINIIICII F1'r.vt Row: Gus Kivwrn, Rick Fleaker. :mal Skip Ilciupc-l. Second Row: Tom Rlillicun, Bob XVhitC. and Ed XY0odriLk. lfizzit Rum: Iohn Clcvcluml, Pvlu Du kcr, :incl Ioiin AlIn'itlc11. Swmnl limi Inc Dubfs, Daily' U'i:xl1cl, :incl Dux i'IUliiIlgSXK'0lAlh. First Row: Dun XX'illiams. Fred May. Dick Piech, Fred Krieger, and Dick Senker. Second Row: Jim Myers, Pete Lewis, Bob Fletcher, jerry Dunn, Dave Beal, Dave Hendrix, and Pat Brown. Tl1ir1lRozu: Bob Lewis, Bryan Van Deun, Rufus Little, Tom Bowinzlu, Don Cook, Rick Berggrexi, and Tom Behny. ZAE Founded University of Alabama, l856g Franklin, 1892. Presidents Keaney Sloop, Paul Hermann. Neal Welch, IFC Pres. Bob Markwalter, Student Council Pres. Don Bozell, Sen. Class Pres., Chi Beta Phi Sec., VVho's VVho in American Colleges and Universities. Rufus Little, Jerry Dunn, Pat Brown Frosh Class Pres., Sec., Treas. 75th anniversary on campus, house burnt No- vember Qnd, 1966. Kenney Sloop inspecting house with Prof. Chupp after fire. 86 John Creighton. Bob Nlukxs lltyr Nc nl Xhlnlm md Ruk Hlll 3 lfirsl Rnzvt Jerry Puro IXLHILN Sluop md I lll illllllll from 1 1 Dun Bolell. Dale- X sc R Nl mlm Hamid ZZISSCHIHILIS :I L 9 L.-.A Who, Where, Why, What, When, how N ff! athletics J WC25 fi Who, where, Why, What, When, how S K L1 L! WWW . w N X 1 r ' . an - fl . . -' ' 7 N ,, " I 5 1 1 - v--.. Xxx, x 91 football Franklin's Grizzlies Won a share of the Hoosier College Conference football title for the first time in the league's history in ,66. Coach Stewart "Red" Faught and his team got off to the proverbial slow start, but came back to finish with a 4-l confer- ence record and were 4-5 overall. Chuck Stumpf, John Chiarotti, Mike Loveall, Pat Badjek and Terry Hoeppner were named to the all-conference team, and Loveall was named all-district in the NAIA. Pat Bajdek and John Chiarotti carry Coach Faught off the field . WW? John Chiarotti after a tiring football game. George Klinger takes a refreshing pause during a rough football game. as they receive a dcjectecl look from a Hanover player.


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