Franklin College - Almanack Yearbook (Franklin, IN)

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Below: Stan Worthington keeps an opponent from slipping off the mat. Wrestling: Hopson, Kane,BassIer Lead Grizzlies to 1 17 Victories in Four Years Grizzly grappler Arnie Brown of the 134 pound class attempts to put an opponent in a cross-body-ride situa- tion. Above: Arnie Brown ion topi forces an opponent into a leg-split position. Front, left to right: Mike Doan, Arnie Brown, Stan Dennis Murk, Kevin Kane, John Jackson, Mike Hepp- Worthington, Vip Hopson, Mike Warner, and Bob Wat- ner, Dave Suhre, Chuck Ray, and Boyd Mozingo. ness. Back, left to right: Brian Meeks, Max Bassler, Boyd Mozingo appears to be the victim of an opponent's cross-body- ride. Four years ago, Harold "Butch" Lawson took over as head coach of the Franklin College Grizzlies. With him began three freshmen: Vip Hopson, Kevin Kane, and Max Bassler, on their wrestling careers. These three, with the help of Coach Lawson, built a wrestling dynas- ty in four years that Franklin College had never seen before. ln these four years, FC won 117 meets, tied two, and lost 18. Included in wins were district championships, Little State titles, and other invitational crowns. The 1973-74 season was no different as the Grizzlies compiled a 33-3 win-loss record en route to the Little State tourney, Franklin Invitational crown, and runner- up in the North Central Invitational. No varsity wrestler had a losing season this year as the Grizzlies cruised their way to an impressive dual meet record of 8-2, losing only to Purdue by five points and to Wabash by one point. Despite Spring Fever, Spring Sports Receive Attention ,fb .'1, .ses E9- Below: The golf team awaits its next match. Left to right: Art Beer, Coach Noel Marquis, Jeff Lewis. Back, left to right, Fred Weest, John Manion, Joe Bath, Bob Claxton. . U 3 l S4 ,tg .Q , -. 51, . . 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Tennis team, left to right, Jim Boyce, Coach St. Clair, Jim Griggs, Stu Mathis, Bob Walters, Dave Broashears, Bruce Johnson Baseball team, left to right lfront rowl Mike My- ers, Carl Allen, Don Hunton, George Metz, Greg Seamon, Ron McBride, Bruce Hensley. lback rowl Bob Gibson, Bill Kaminski, Doug Conrad, Joe Cirillo, Steve Austin, Ron Freese, Mike Wisley, Mark Andrews, Jeff Brown, Jed Beadles. v "' Y A K -in Sports Are Noi Only Recreational, 4 J A Q T., 3 3 .,r . , L . , ""' -z. 4: AV af 5 X 21' 30- , 36, ,""'35 -',..x.f 1. .A ., 'sank-hifi'-' 'in So - H 'Y'-W7 ball but Also an Important Part of Any Academic Program Martial Arts 3. '5 . 7'3- Lfi . 'af- s J I -ff., , . ,fm ' 191 A X 2' MA , . Vi.,- . K , Basketball . .... , 2.11, W A Intramurals Provide Fun Times .. 5 1 r ep, lbs: 'Nga 96. A I. ifx ,, I 1 a -, x , 3 S : I , , Q , . f 3' an -, v ' , -:r x - fl 1 . - ' ,-' .- - 5' , , K 3 . '. 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Southeast Earlham Anderson Bellermine Rose-Hulman St. Joseph Urbana Wright State Marian David Lipscomb Northern Kentucky State I.S.U. Evansville Indiana Central NAIA Pre-tourney Piayoff Huntington 80 80 83 90 61 74 70 69 61 57 70 67 72 106 73 46 87 87 74 78 67 76 Cross Country Fi nal Record 2-6 Huntington lLl Marian lWl Wabash lLl Rose-Hulman lLl Marion lLl DePauw lLl IUPU lFort Waynel lLl Marian lWLl MEN'S SPORTS Wrestling Team Record 8-2 FC One 35 Anderson 8 42 Huntington 3 35 DePauw 11 42 Danville 0 46 St. Jose ph 0 42 Danville 3 27 Taylor 9 18 Purdue 23 19 Wabash 20 21 Indiana Central 18 1st in Franklin Invitational 2nd in Northwood Invitational 1st in Little State Tourney 120 teamsl Baseball FC Opp 1 Evansville 3 4 Evansville 3 3 Indiana Central 9 2 Indiana Central 14 3 Marion 8 8 Marion 3 3 Depauw 5 8 DePauw 7 7 Thomas-Moore 20 5 Thomas-Moore 4 lthe above is a partial season recordl Volleyball Athletic Summary Basketball FC Opp. 35 Indiana State 60 45 Taylor 25 40 Indiana Central 42 42 Vincennes 43 56 Hanover 27 58 Manchester 38 Marian Omg 44 Burner 28 Marian 6 42 Ball State 36 A 48 Indiana Central 42 Marian 5 Tourney Q eo Burner 17 IU Normal 10 44 Indiana University 46 IU Normal 13 49 Indiana Centrall 36 IU Normal 14 38 Indiana University 78 IU Normal 15 IU Normal 15 IU Normal 15 Hanover 7 Hanover 6 Nlarian 5 Marian 3 Earlham 4 Earlham 11 Indiana Central Sportsday Huntington 15 Huntington 15 Indiana Central 15 Q Indiana Central 15 Anderson 15 Anderson 15 lVlarion 15 lVlarion 15 Butler 12 Butler 3 Butler 19 FC Opp, Butler 15 1 Indiana Central 0 2 Purdue 3 3 Butler 2 0 DePauw 4 1 Hanover 1 1 Indiana University 2 2 Marion 1 0MEN'S SPCRTS .,.........-....... .. 990 ... 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K f 1 5 Q" f Qg ui cN G i Q ' '., -, 6 , 5, Q "L f 2 y F 0 W I , 0 i xxx 1 Z jiuw ' In , w, - 1 'H TW? V GS? 6 , ff? - The Element of Change Begins With Sludenlsp Q-,aj Student Congress President Monica Cham- berlain and Vice-president Bob Walters participate in groundbreaking activities. Be- low: The library parking lot at night-is FC really empty??? Environment Helps Form Ideas lnlo Life Styles Qvlnm F S , qi . Vx :I -. 'R 'X Left: Zac conducts a meeting of the FRANKLIN staff, assigning stories and beats. Below left: A familiar sight in the Key at night. Below right: Connie Allen fills spare time by painting landscapes. ,yin Seniors The FC "Marx Brothers" harass Dr. Thomas Ehret s-..-ni" Jo Ann Anderson Cincinnati, Ohio English si. Ruth Ann Anderson Shelbyville, Indiana Psychology Doris Jean Arnette Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Spanish 11 l Annette Atkinson Janice Marie Baer Scituate, Mass. West Layfayette, Indiana Chemistry Elementary education Connie Jean Baker Joanne Elizabeth Barber West Terre Haute, Ind. Burnt Hills, New York Mathematics Sociology Jennifer Ruth Bean Donna Louise Beeler Valparaiso, lndiana Franklin, Indiana Philosophy Sociology, Social studies Ellen Suzanne Bailey Kettering, Ohio Elementary education I 5 7 'f A if ' 1 . , ., 1 . V ' ,311 f f I af, f I 1 M, -, 4: 2 . 125: ' 'df 53? , My- ---"1 ' Z,.1p,,,f ,- -L'-1,1 23,mnug,Qq' I 'f' ' T ' .V V :- ' ' 'f e.21a..I,1f:, ff ' '- -, 1' 1-':2'.'e:-'f.2:':'-L1 12.1179-:-'3 'm f ' f ,. . A " .:Qwr.-Qs:-:::?kii5:gn5:P.,,. g Mmyw-:muh -' '. V ,:2a.f:1e.:f- 0-"Q-1 -24 :1.',12255" , Qifzifh ,, . "-,-.1 1 ' " f, 'A' F. " ., f' . ' I , rw 'g,,ff""f' ,gf ,wx -.8 ,,,,,.,,,, ,,.f1 , fry? Max F. Bassler Gary, lndiana Business Administration, Economics Debra Lynn Bevins Indianapolis, Indiana English, Philosophy 4 H vi,-.2-L' . -V.:-f 5.51, , ,fj,3.. . gr ' af f' an if 3 , UI-Q. ,l i V ' V, x 4 E., . f ff',,gf45.5 vs., .' , 74,.cf:-.-.sas ,,, N. , L., A ,, A A , , ,. - , g ' , -J iri. .- - V "- . 'af W Wh .Aw ,muse , 'Vi . l ,KI X7'x,.'?i5 l I 'I " ' 2 11, of -if Q , 1 'U swf. John Bonham Des Moines, Iowa 31 Sw f s-amy, A ' Spanish-Economics ,wi Douglas Bresson Is anything REALLY free? Ask Zac, the people's man. Shelbyville, Indiana Political Science Thomas Cirigliano Joseph Cirillo Steven Cohen Cincinnati, Ohio Indianapolis, indiana Brooklyn, New York Journalism-Political Science Journalism-Political Science Political Science -... .wr . mfs... .. ni - ,Q .QI .. . .- . . - --3,9 H eww 5 s af ff . Fr i qw ' af' .1 . X v, , Ea., Zi, it X s , X NL ,Q F :WL w A . 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Political Science i Patricia Carolyn Cook Granville, Ohio Physical Education Della Marie Davis Washington, Indiana Sociology Tess Marie Deem Vincinnes, Indiana English Sya Dertouzos Leonia, New Jersey English Ronald Arthur Doyle indianapolis, indiana Journalism Robert Graham Evans Louisville, Kentucky History F Christi Fieids Claudia Fischer Keith Fleming Huntington, Indiana Silver Spring, Mafwand Whiteland, Indiana physicai Education Psychology-Sociology Business Jacqueline Funke Barbara Goodman Stephanie Haas Indianapolis, Indiana Franklin, Indiana Concord, California Elementary Education Elementary Education Sociologv 1 1 X 'N if. Mafk Herzog Susan Hittle I-Ynbfookf New York Indianapolis, Indiana BIUIOQY Physical Education vm Vw 'Iv eg Wqggpi- mr., 2 I eq X ww 1 X X ' X35 94 E bg-gf' ff? .- il Li' I I 34, 14 I ES" . li ix X -' Hfiwllllllfl- Volney Hopson Sandra Jones Beech Grove, Indiana Dyer, Indiana Physical Education Physical Education Denise Kennedy Connie Knisley Gary, Indiana Hellam, Pa. English Elementary Education Helen Kunkel Jan Latella Grandstand, New York POFT Chester, New York Business Physical Education Kevin Kane Indianapolis, Indiana Physical Education Kathleen Krieger Batesville, Indiana Spanish Pen ny Lovell Plainfield, Indiana Spanish Every h human being t is intended to have a character of his ownp to be what no other is, to do what no other can do Bill Lowe Noren Walter Lush Lana Lou Maschino Rochester, Indiana Palmyra, New York Columbus, Indiana Journalism, Political Science Art Education Elementary Education Raymond John Matlosz Christopher L. Meehan Daniel E. Moore Hillside, New Jersey Indianapolis, Indiana Lafayette, Indiana Sociology, Psychology Business, Economics Political Science Will seniors ever see the finished product? yi' ill' .fiiirim izuiiasisii Pm'siui.i isuucinuw auiinmrs Peggy-Ann Moore Brooklyn, Ohio Chemistry lv ei , YQ? ff 'V' Charles Moser Wh iteland, Indiana French Darlene Neff Nineveh, Indiana Art Patrick Nelson Timonium, Maryland Sociology ff-Q5 ' x ', ,Q , - 455 ,iii .ru if , 'f"H'-9' . g..1.v ' A hopping, wild Saturday night at Franklin College. Claudia Netherton Julius Obadina Florissant, Missouri Ute, Nigeria ElBmef1T6fY EUUCHUOU Business SL Economics Jeff O'Brien Philip Pappas Danville, Indiana Scarborough, New York Political Science English 'Qa- -.....,,,..uc fsnwf Steven Pavy Jack Petersen James Quigley IFIUIBUHDOIFS. Indiana Staten Island, New York Franklin, Indiana Art Physical Education Art Rhonda Robertson Susan Sanderson Linda Schiesser Munster, Indiana New Canaan, Connecticutt Merrillville, Indiana English-Secondary Education English English-Journalism Theresa Skirvin Rebecca Smith Dorris Allan South Nashville, Indiana Michigan City, Indiana New Haven, Indiana Journalism-Political Science Business Sociology Lavonne Strachman Daniel Strobel Karen Sturdy Franklin, Indiana Batesville, Indiana Beverly Shores, Indiana Journalism-History Psychology Art Education Dee VanCamp Donald Woebbeking Ann Wolf South Bend, Indiana Woodburn, Indiana NOVTIIPOYO, Massachusetts Physical Education Ch9fTliS'ffY Chemlstfv Donald Wyckoff Rosemary Yant Jennie Zink Altamonte Springs, Florida Morgantown, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Biology Physical Education Physical Education Sandra Zurroff Flivervale, New Jersey Elementary Education Deborah Brown Seymour, Indiana Elementary Education ,Z The rebirth of Franklin College? What lies in the future? ,,,.t 120 I qwuun... Juniors Student Congress president Monica Chamberlain intently listens to meet- Jeffrey Adams Chuckwudike Allen Derrick Anderson Chinonyelu Aneke Philip Arnold Jack Asher Deborah Bohm Snyder Deborah Booker Marcia Busenbark Barbara DeNoyer Paul DePass Joan Field Thomas Firestone Mary Galles Brenda Hale David Hay Michael Heppner Diane Knapp Garry Lacy Jeff Lewis David Lyon Ruth Miller Margaret Noblitt Gary Pate ' 5 - yy , aff 1 if E, 5 we i , 1 , W 1' ev- 344--V ., V .,..4"1"- 'AV ...J'l'br-- D Juniors Tom Martin, Joe Bath, and Gary Pate take a break from the rigors of football . and indulge in sideline viewing of the game. .W Q ? '- Q 55 nge. '5 V JamesSaunders X Vg fz, .A fy J 5 X, . avi: Elaune Wllson 'ww' Jerry Wnlson --ww ,., . Q N Diane Nluth gets assistance from Zoe Ann Taylor in the watermelon-eating contest of the Watermelon Bust. .sa 1, P ,JM S? welll' i""'-f 2? . ,.q,,,,q-.W 42. Qiv Sophomores Sara Alam Sue Alexander Connie Allen Linda Asher "" i .N 1 1 Jeffrey Ballinger Joseph Beam Aster Bekele Dave Broshears 2' mix H. "1" .,. 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'. 1,1 4.95 -4 lf if ufi x- - -ne 75:1 - A-12, f . , ' full. ' ' - 'gy , 55 . zmfmm, 11. ii i Bin Anderson 45,1-jk .g, ' Jed Beanies Amy Bohn S' 2 s g l l Q23 , ,f ee. V ., exe km A-if ! I ee , :J- :Je Freshmen: The beginning of four years of study at Franklin College. Melody Acton Nasreen Akhtar Carl Allen Nancy Allin Patricia Branstetter Teresa Bright Michael Burton George Callon Judith Claycombe Douglas Conrad Diane Conway Craig Crawford Carolyn Crooks Velma Davidson Neil Dixon Sandra Durkes Julie Dygert Laurie Egdorf Bradford Emons Laurie Engelman Joe Erickson Robert Essex Jean Everett Paul Fedorchak Wil' 'QW9' N HT ' 'K44 1. 'UN ,AXA ."""'Ui , N' 'we' mv A: I3 'Www fil!"""' 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'E B.. ,IN 01451 lil? -FMA! .WWW J., Age., "WK .1 .5 4, .. .,,. 1 1,,,. 6 I, Rufus Schumacher Douglas Scudder Janet Smith Amy Snyder Mary Stauffer Janet Stephic Cherie Stone WW' Michael Strzelecki 2' , -me -..a,,........., 4 '41 1 ,Q Q. arm fA 3 f gi 4 'I I fry' , A. 1, . if Ei, 4' '. A "lc, , mi 3 HW" ff . ..-I Becky Tames Donald Tingle Bonnie Tracy Cindy Tribby Robert Vest Debra Waltz Robert Watness Fred Weest Pamela Whittenba rger Nancy Williams Paula Ziegler Terri Zuffa 4 l s 5 if Right: The Watermelon Race is about 4 to begin! Below, left: Franklin Col- g lege was the scene of a city-wide emergency drill last fall. Below, right: Junior Elaine Wilson also doubles as a nurse for the campus comm unity. Students Create Change at Franklin College -ul 1 'ffl x Y X 4 Qu F - " Q. 34,4 wmv A iHUll! imma-mwml' 4 Winter Term: A Creation of Ideas and Actions Winter term offers students to "get away" from the rigors of academic studies as they can choose to take a course not in their major, or not even in the academic area. Students may even create their own courses if they desire. Above left: Dr. Yu-long Ling demonstrates a self defense technique and, above, right: the self defense class warms up for practice. Lower left: Lee Ann Wise creates a pot in crafts lclose-up, center rightl. 'Lower left: The hi-fi class builds stereos. S i W,,,M ' E X3 L, -'ff -ir .. X , Q: 1. - E sig X i .X x N. i iii' it H. s' g . sg. .. V li ' S , . 5, z Q ' , , a .c . ,O 5 1973 Queen candidates were: seated, ll to rl Lou Craig, Delta Zeta, Elaine Wilson, independent, Jamie Speas, Pi Beta Phi, Standing ll to rl Chris Lee, Franklin Independent Women, Linda Scheisser, Zeta Tau Alpha, and Jan i Latella, Delta Delta Delta. Homecoming Isn't Homecoming Without a Queen MA 2 'f"faf Q It M g, Awww Q5 . 'Wa l ,",f,J."-iff , if ,still e 0' 'S r ,Q O -w 1 .4 4 , Q' Pi 'ji- :-' - if Queen Jamie Specs 10 Below left Remember the old journalism building? It exists as such no longer Publication staffs now make their home in the basement of Cline Hall Right: The very first step in the birth of the new gymnasium . . . groundbreak- Above, left: For a time, gas stations took to closing on Sundays. Right: Remember when gasoline was 39.9d a gallon? It really wasn't that long ago! If Z -4-.e.J'5l-ww ' ' Mwww,,,,. -qAv1.mww if -r' , .L ,..,.,.... ., 4 , , . ,.M.s..,.M, m..i.,...,,..f,,,,,-,.,,w. e. v .,, wg: if , , fn f y f .,, i . ,IX ,A Met., ,, ,UU A I .nawxamv LZHZQL.. Above, left: Remember Christmas parties and decora- tions??? . . . and, above, right: Saga's famed Ice Angel sculpture? ln the spring, Larry Brown, ad manager of the DAILY JOURNAL, headlined one of the journalism coffee seminars lcenter, lefti. Memories of 1973- 74 Yesterday Molds Today and Tomorrow Below, left: Steve Cohen practices his music and be comes a one-man band. Below, right: The "Briggsy Bunch" defeats the "Pigs" in the SEB-sponsored College Bowl. , . -r ,. .J . ' A M , is ' Ui' 1 ' ' Y.. - M ' -' B "Benicimin Franklin" Comes to Visit Benjamin Franklin visited Franklin College! . . . well, actually it was Sam Kressen, who played the role of Franklin in the musical "1776." 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S '.'.,f's'4h,4kl?.4 , 3 ,qw :E -ff' 9' ' -gy in ' -'Ziff' 11:9 1 -" ' 4 , f. . .U ,Z1.'12,, Q 1 . -aff 1 Honors Day award winners were lbottom, left to rightl Sam Hicks, Susie Hittle, Karen Sturdy, Debbie Bevins, Mike Lucas, Jo Ann Barber, Vickie Ford, Nancy Allin, Charles Hadley, Lavonne Strachman, Barbara DeNoyer, Joyce Kramer, Butch Gibson. Center left to right: Connie Baker, Brenda Snyder, Flay Manley, Tom Cirigliano, Vip Hopson, Bill Smith, Keith Fiedler. Top, left to right: John Bonham, Julius Obadina, Denise Ken- nedy, Steve Gonzenbach, Bruce Records, Dan Callon, and Gary Music professor Sam Hicks is presented with a surprise award by John Bonham and the "Keys" on Honors Day. Lacy. Deb MacNab clowns around in her cap and gown on Honors Day. Honors Day 1 974 Commencement: "Your Education Never Stops" lleft photol Seniors make their last "march" on campus as a group lleft to rightl Donald Wyckoff, Sandra Zuroff, Laurel Cannon Woebbeking, Ann Wolf and Tom Wilson. ' lleft, middle rowl James Gallaway, class president, responds to acceptance of class of 1974 into the alumni asso- ciation. lright, middle rowl Jennifer Bean re- ceives her diploma and congratula- f tions from President Haines. lbottom photol Dr. Harvey C. Jacobs '38, editor of THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS tells graduates that "your edu- cation can continue to grow, but it's up to you." i"""" Q 5 FRIENDLY FQSTERS X f gy ' 702 w.Ad sf. cams J "friendliest burgers in L Qs' 4 1 . 1 5 m town" i 24 HOUR SERVICE LANAM5 SHQES All Welcome 72 Jefferson Street Franklin wfimxfu M E.-,Egg-gewvf.m:a K QQV, ' r BANK f it AND TRUST COMPANY 55. E. 1753 N. Court Main STUCKERS LIQUORS FRANKLIN SKATE n N 5 5 5 5 A Franklin 738-3775 U.S. 31 North NORTHWOOD PLAZA Franklin 738-2545 Q.-, 1 The Rivalry of Football . it 3, L1'zQ1,g.A ' A Picnic on the Gross gm.. 5, Y ff' 1 A 'Z . W ' H 44, S, if "f W-M, ' - ' M A I ,.,. , ' wwf- ' l , 3 t 'Q 4 A Concert .nil . f-eff" E . -Iiifg - - js H-grass ,ls . 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Z1 ,O In 'Za Z .f . -- .r 4---.-. 5 1 .....2'.:7::EEfgEIT , A ka. :::7-1."T!'u..' -.fvggllnlllv-'--.. .T i , '.- -u- gnu .lil:'2!2?i - Fe .pn .vnnwxu rg "Ulf , mn un. 1 ..1.-zvrl 1-uw. Q. , 1,157 Il- 11:1m111 .Mahi :gr .,y"t2 ?, f Miz? -ylggvgggrl-'Ei-..: q55..1 I3 '12 'f fa -:E:::llil!:11qL 5 Z-Lulx. - -.iariiin l .YS RIT5 597 Banfa Sf. Franklin WILDMAN'S Air COI"lCIIIIOI'I8CI H01 Water he and TV ceramic tile bat JEWELER5 TEARMAN MOTEL 49 N' Main Franklin, Indiana Franklin 736-7533 P 36. MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN iAssoclATloN FRANKLIN BANK COMPANY BCOSTE RS Cinderella Bridal and Flower Shop Franklin Candy Kitchen Kentucky Fried Chicken Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Ray R. Raufeisen's 66 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tanyika Inn A A A 'i The world is round ' and the place which may seem like the end may also be only the beginning. -Ivy Baker Priesf G92E-l QE1i INDEX Advertisements 144 g Album 107 ig Q1 Seniors 1 10 . Q Juniors 121 5 ,I Sophomores 1 24 T ,. Freshmen 130 E " Events 30 Q2 Faculty and Administration 12 I Q9 Greeks 61 . Q Opening 1 - gi Organizations 35 Q Sports 85 , S Q Q . Q . S Q Q3 . I 1 ' Franklin College 1973-74 has begun its own renaissance: not only with the annual influx of new students and staff who bring their new ideasg but also with new cur- ricula changes-the conversion to the "six schooI" systemp the renovation of existing buildingsp the con- struction ofthe new gymnasium. Franklin College is constantly undergoing change . . . who can tell what the school will be in five years, or even next year?? One thing is certain-this change-this renaissance-will re- flect and include the ideas and attitudes of those who attend. vlf. Victoria Ford-editor-in-chief Ann Helm-organizations Bill G. Lowe-photography Karen Edwards-organizations Derrick Thomas-assistant editor Jane Redicker-faculty Andy Henderson-album editor Terry Skirvin-business manager David Hay-greek editor Paula Gibbs-business manager Karen Sturdy-artwork Kim Johnson-business manager Alberta Hohn-sports editor Dr. John Jenson-faculty adviser frenwrw END 4 'vw ITU, I ll v, E! I 5 .4v', 1 , 1 1 'U j 0 K 1 ' i n 1 N s+.l I f I -Of- 5 M' n , -7 fz l-' , l I' f ,, L 1 V4 , 1 pl 'AH . X , T 1 A - l ,4 'f A - 352 , I. .Z 31,34 ,1 ,I , - ., -'Huh . X 1 . 5- f 19- 71 Ir' :nie K.. 5' 5 V ," gg I .h ff: A ' Align' f'5+g3.f?g, 1 1 4? :Q 2 1 milf gwyfzv Q Q f ' :f iq" li: Q. 2 7, n ,,:- I' , X I 1-7,-.1 . Vi V Y I '.if'- ,b I V pl 1 III A: 1 I it S ' 'V v' . ' . ' . f awaa2:fvi 1" ' rw f aa mm ' 25 ' Oak W ' x J U " A. - .x . ln- I ' -,J Ny' EQ, X 5wQS34g,flH:2?p . Qi, ,J N-?v'3MSS'x4.Av-"3fY0"'5J WN" wi V W Eslfxgr.,NS'fh g,.lY x,qlg5gfeFo1Xw Qqpjv 3 Xv 'wo '-'::g'.,.4Q . QQ.Zi'gg:fp':'3'f'3Zf',,Qlx.'.q 5-,Qy . 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University. 1 . fa. s if -s ,Nw 1. 5 1 .75M"' s -Q "Y ,. ' . Y 'T Q- Qlggva, 'Q get 3. J lib. if ,fi Dr. Wesley N. Haines, president of Franklin College is a busy man, always very much in demand by many people. In his tenth year as president Dr Haines is con stantly making public appearances speaking on behalf of Franklin College, and promoting the college to pro spective students. ln the fall of 1973 Dr Haines of ficiated at the groundbreaking ceremonies for the new gymnasium and fieldhouse President Haines holds the following degrees: A.B Brown University B D Col gate Rochester Divinity School and Ph D Harvard Above left President Haines officiating at the gymnasium groundbreaking cere mony Above right Dr Haines confers with one of the FC students Left One of the Marx Brothers lB J Ouigleyl tries to intimidate our presiden Faculty: Discovering, Motivating, Inspiring Below: Luigi Crispino, Assistant Pro- fessor of Arty Dr. John Jenson, As- sistant Professor of Journalismg Left Top to Bottom: Raymond Cowan, Professor of Physicsg Sally Eagle, ln- structor of Foreign Languagesp Rob- ert Chupp, Associate Professor of Journalism. -',, Q, -2 it l .Na- Above: Dr. Robert L. Holbert, As- sociate Professor of Chemistryp Jim Huff, Instructor of Psychologyg Right top to bottom: Samuel B. Hicks, As- sistant Professor of Nlusicp Thomas K. Ehret, Associate Professor of English. are A W P sf ff ,,, ,. , V in ef aaras a People: P M 5 f, f? ko od 2 W j Wor mg Insl e f ' , 24 A rr and Cut 3.1 iw! ,.Q.,ei' 1'- qe, ,: Ln.: .:4f:, -1 f Q' ., Above: Dr. Thomas Howald, Assis- tant Professor of Philosophy 84 Re- Iigionp Right top to bottom: Donald Simonson, Assistant Professor of Chemistryg Dr. Joseph Doran, Asso- ciate Professor of Sociologyg Thomas R. Hodge, Associate Professor of Chemistry. fl sf r' A 2 if f 'x I If ff' 1 . , ...A "W " f' . , .....,. ,,,. , .,..,...,.,., , ts X J 4 , ff 1 f 19 y, 4, 2,,Z,fs,., , 5,093 , W. 4 A .4,,,. 5:,? 1:11-5: :-3:4-L1-'4-I-'S-57147-:-L.-',-27-Fgivp 057 - 5 9'.':5,'M2::v'-"Agp 11 .' lvasigixyg,.3,,.:.g.f.:,2:,1,.m.,g.?564g:, .. -.3,5,52,:,5 I wiv 117' W , ,Q ,ff : . mem' ,Q wr 1 f A z f 1 f I 7 ' x C 4 6 ff 1 , 1 2 1 Above: Dr. Thomas Till, Assistant Professor of Economics: Dr. Robert C. Toole, Associate Professor of Historyp Right top to bottom: Dr. Yu-Long Ling, Assistant Professor of Political Scienceg Dr. James L. IVlcKnight, Associate Pro- fessor of History. 'W QSZWW .9,i9""" 40? - t Faculty: Ready and Willing to Assist Students f f...4F-f', ..V'-zz., -,rx "Ns, -I Ill Above: Robert Bennett, Assistant Professor of Artg Right Top to Bot- tom: Dr. George Launey, Assistant Professor of Economicsp Daniel Poe, Assistant Professor of Engiishg Richard Swan, Associate Professor of English. NL R" Above: Dr. Leland Erickson, Pro- fessor, Director of Teacher Educa- tion, Right Top to Bottom: Dr. Jo- seph S. Height, Professor of German Dr. Virupaksha Kothandapani, Assis- tant Professor of Psychology. 3 s s . jg -ffm- if . tif? PNK Q 3. QW we -s K .m BN Q ' 'f -L TV' 5- Diem- W2 NE i 'YF' u sg 1, sk: s' fs if M Q X fig.,-Q i Sf? Q i .115 Q4 9 ,, 4 K Q 'Wx 'Egg 29 rs asks if -2 'R' vi vb Q 3. ssh NS 51- Many Faces, Various Moods of FC Faculty Above: Harold Lawson, Assistant Professor of Men's Phys- ical Education: Dr. Paul Nugent, Associate Professor of Mathematics: Right: Dr. Thelma Tsismanakis, Associate Professor of Education: Center: Dr. Barry Knisley, Assis- tant Professor of Biology: Below: Kenneth Swanson, Instruc- tor of Sociology: Far Right Top to Bottom: Gladys Swan, Assistant Professor of English: Dr. Richard Graham, Associate Professor of English. - is Q 6' . . I G X . 41-mx!-f .ji I., .E a I i!5Q:?:?'f L 4 L . ,1 . sq ,, 1,-,, J,,lxgf5ffisf'ii-rf ,, me , Q xxx-,Q,.f W LX w:.5,:ngQsf,.1 f- bw, ' Niwsgg . Q f - hz .'. Ti Q ' '-QL mul. -vg- Mgv' . X Q f X i if W, X X N X Q 1 ..., ...., . In x , N4 i r. . Y Q X X A 4' 'X' , .aw-1 iii Y, X, ,ia Coaches, Educators Develop SNP" Above Top to Bottom: Noel E. Mar- quis, lnstructor of Mathematics, Carole L. McKinney, Instructor of Psychol09Y2 Right Top to Bottom: Doreen St. Clair, Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Donald L. Jones, Instructor of Business, Ruth Doub Callon, Associate Professor of Physical Education, Director of Wom- en's Athletics. t If -ga? ff Students' Bodies, Minds ,M V+ XL 795' Q5 A Est --. K2 1 V f. ji, . K' ff il 25 H V fx N: Left Top to Bottom: Alicia Margarita Pianca, Associate Professor of Spanish: Randy Head, Assistant Coach of Bas- ketball and Baseball, Director of IVlen's lntramuralsg Right Top to Bottom: Edward L. Thompson, Assistant Profes- sor of Physical Education, Stewart Fl. Faught, Professor, Physical Education, Director of IVlen's Athletics. People: Working Together "QF Xe nf' X' x"NrxxA. N-f w- vg . L Far left Top to Bottom: Mary E. lV!acNiven, Associate Pro- fessor of Theatre-Speech, Marjorie J. Gilkey, Associate Pro- fessor of Education, Political Science, Left Center Top to Bottom: John C. Shelley, Jr., Instructor of Philosophy and Religion, William Ritz, Assistant Professor of History, Glenda H. NlcKnight, Assistant Professor of English, Chairman, Hu- manities Division, Right Center Top to Bottom: Gardner Pierce Ashley, Associate Professor of French, lVlontell E. Og- don, Professorial Lecturer in Economics, Above Top to Bot- tom: Robert lVl. lVlurphy, Roscoe W. Payne Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Rodney Taber Hood, Professor of Nlathematics. , -7 fz l-' , l I' f ,, L 1 V4 , 1 pl 'AH . X , T 1 A - l ,4 'f A - 352 , I. .Z 31,34 ,1 ,I , - ., -'Huh . 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Maharry, Registrar and Assistant Academic Dean, Assist- ant Professor of Physics: Far Right Top to Bottom: John Qhiarotti, Vice President of Financial Affairs, Assistant Professor of Economics, Dr. Richard M. Park, Provost of the College, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Professor of Mathematics. I-1 ,1 w- , 1 -ya. ff fr.. " .5 . figur- Q, 12-' air -fv . 411, zs. .-,3:- Ni? g -. az' ,Q Lay 3 ,,, . iA 8 9 fy if lx- 'fx ,, xg: N93 K:-gr - 'x xl X ,.,,, ,.., M V " ' J- "1 NW ,U ':, Q' 7. '. . x . -. 3 ,4f'Y L . . f ' Q w U , ,, , 'S fx Deans, Administration and Staff Are Available to Help Make Left: Byron Waterman, Dean of Stu- CGFITSF fight M555 MHVY Ann Collier. dent Life and Director of Residential Assistant to the Student Life. Bottom Living. Center left: Gregory Blimling, Fi0b6I't COWard, Head Librarian. Assistant to the Dean of Student Life. PM Students' Lives Easier Right: Miss Sally Battin, Director of Special Services. Center left: Dr. Wil Iiam Province, Director of Health Ser- vice. Center right: Peter Phelps, Di- rector of Publicity and Publications. Bottom left: Robert H. Foster, Di-: rector of Accounting. Bottom Right: Darrell Westfall, Nlanager, Saga Food Service. , -'flT15A'Q-Qx'f-,fy SN? t "r:,. if ' l i , 3553 3 f S is me 3 ig 1 5,1 Q Ei E557 ef? 24,61 125' -gr: : -l 2 v as ' fs: 'W' Campus Events Occupy FC Students' Time Right: Dean's Day Out was a new event which' attempted to improve relation- ships between students and administra- tion. Below left: The big snow during Winter Term entertained everyone who didn't have to drive! Below right: Loud- on Wainwright lll performed in concert. f ff i FC Offers Various Social and Cultural Evenfs During the winter months of spring semester, Franklin College offered various social and cultural events for its students and the community. Gwendolyn Brooks labove, right and leftl, noted Black poet, appeared on campus to give formal and informal readings of her writings. She also received an honorary degree from the college. The String Bean String Band lleftl again came ' to FC and entertained for Winter Weekend. A Black fashion show lbelow, leftl was part of Black Awareness Weekend. Concert pianist David Bean lbelow, rightl performed in concert for the college community. W f Xvr. 31 A ,, Q , he ,. rw ,G Q, :f Q' 45, , I I TJ, "-' 6 Alt l Ei: Qhll Eu y ,in ., 2533, ,, .ms- . ,V .,:, . Fluff V" , ff fee, 3 4 in 35 6 -'gy everyone gets web Spring Fever Day even Dean Blimling 0 If fun In the creek the raft race CI Day fo Enioy Spring 1 "'YfF'wf5f ' ff .,,,C!""' R.,-xg X "Y, U-af n"""f' 559' f'A' rrp-Q 1' N Q . aww 1- M I , .. ,A rv , ' 'QA 1 W. A V- an . , I ' .- 5 1-we X ,aw- N ...iw 7, .- hwy, 4 ,,:. 1 ... eg, 'f Q - N f' ' JZ 2' Q' ' 22' if s A. ,. ' " xx. -'f : fe ' 4 1-ms:-A ' R' ' I n :ML f- ' ' N: - X -kmwgzgn . . 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L ., 6 H JW! fq7l"Z.::' L .. Almanack '74 fl , if .r -s 1 fix F' v ttaq ,ir L A i 5-N-15, ,i ef .- 'Wg -1 ' '. 3, 'wiv 'Vs fr?- ,-4 e K. ... ' .M 'Nha ..-., ,5 .. " " --.4 -,ws I ,g - , , 1. ,-.fa ,, . . r' , ,n,,a ' . ' Q A v . A -.wi X ' X , . " A --'-nw ' 'M' .- 1-' '-Www In --'iff' .-Q as '- -'- ,G - 4 ' , 'A-.fs . 4 , -W 1' ',,.f. K f' 1 ' N' 1 W ' ' 1, . M' f as-am -, W 5 W- ui, . ,,... "" ff :gl-.',A 5- f . , X .I gf W ,5Q.' l gl. 1974 Almanack staff: Deb Adnson Sue Alexander Patricia Branstetter Carolyn Crooks Julie Dygert Karen Edwards John Essex Jean Everett Claudia Fisher Vickie Ford Paula Gibbs David Hay Ann Helm Andy Henderson Alberta Hohn Kim Johnson The editorial staff for the 1974 Almanack consisted of: lclockwise, beginning at topl David Hay, greek section: Andy Henderson, album section: Karen Edwards, organizations: Jane Redicker, faculty: Der- rick Thomas, assistant editor: Ann Helm, organizations: Vickie Ford, editor-in-chief: and Alberta Hohn, sports. Bill G. Lowe Jane Redicker Derrick Thomas Terry Skinlin Cindy Story Bob Weiss Nancy Williams Pam Wittenbarger Nancy Yoder The Franklin 1973-74 .gl wg 4 r 1 1.3 'ST i '4'f'Y7' The editorial staff for the 1973-74 Franklin included: lclock- wise, beginning at topl Bob Walters, sports editor: Victor Zach- arie, managing editorg Vickie Ford, copy editor: Lavonne Strach- mann, editor-in-chief first semester: and Terry Skirvin, business manager first semester and editor-in-chief second semester. The Franklin Staff 1973-74 Dave Bass Stephen Clendenning Pat Conant Carolyn Crooks Bob Essex Jean Everett Paul Fedorchak Vickie Ford Paula Gibbs Tom Hale Jeanna Holliday Sharon Isenhower Kim Johnson Bill G. Lowe Marcus Mims Michele Omahana Randy Rexroat Marcy Shanks Debra Shaw Peggy Shidaker Terry Skirvin Joe Spaulding Cherie Stone Lavonne Strachmann Becky Tames Malcolm Turner Bob Walters Bob Weiss Pam Wittenbarger Victor Zacharie Organizations Involve Students in FC Activities Franklin College offers a variety of extracurricular clubs and organiza- tions to involve interested students. Among those activities are Student Congress, the student government body: and the Student Education Association, an organization of educa- tion majors. JK Above: Student Congress, lleft to rightl Gabi VonStrahlendorff, Carolyn Crooks, Mal- colm Turner, President Monica Chamberlain, i2nd rowl Stu Mathis, Chris Williams, Bev Fuller, Sandy Zuroft, Debbie Booker, Heather Gray, Steve Cohen, Joe Trask, Greg Blimling, David Hay, i3rd rowl Mark Messick, Terry Nash, Bob Walters, Pat Nelson, Noren Lush, Peggy-ann Moore, Mary Ann Collier. Above: Student Education Association, iist row, left to rightl Jan Baer, Cathy Shaw, Tina Shook, Linda Schiesser, Lana Maschino, Rhonda Robertson, Karen Edwards, i2nd rowl Barbara DeNoyer, Mrs. McKinney, Sandy Zuroff, Penny Nail, Kathy Haynes, Peggy-ann Moore, Debbie Fraley, Teri Kuehn, Dr. Tsismanakis, Jody Staples, Diane Ison, Connie Baker, i3rd rowl Kathy Krieger, Sherry Ringer, Brenda Snyder, Joe Spaulding, Dennis Swick, Maurice Rush, Dorsey Rush, Terry Van Lieu. 'cz The 1973-1974 Apogee staff, the staff of the college lit- A erary magazine, included lbottom row, left to rightl: Steve Cohen, co-editor, Thane Peterson, Monica Cham- berlain, Rhonda Robertson, Dave Bass, ltop row, left to rightl Michele Omahana, Karen Sturdy, co-editor, Deb McNab, and Elaine Wilson. Numerous Honorories Loud Gold Quill and Laurels members lthe women's scholastic honorariesl in- clude lseated, left to rightl Connie Baker, Vickie Ford, Karen Sturdy, and Elaine Wilson. lStanding, left to rightl Linda Schiesser,Sandy K. Jones, Brenda Snyder, Brenda Quigley, Jackie Funke, and Deb McNab. Lancers is the honorary for freshman and sophomore men lleftl. Current Lancer members are lleft to rightl Ar- nie Brown, Bob Walters, Greg Hay- worth, Mike Wisley, and Al Thomp- son. Blue Key, for junior and senior men, include lleft to right, seatedl Jeff Brown, Steve Gonzenbach, Jim Gallo- way, and Mike McClure. lStanding, left to rightl Dr. Noel Baker, advisor, Chris Meehan, Vip Hopson, Max Bass- ler, Tom Martin, Charles Hadley, and Julius Obadina. Deserving FC Students Left: Who's Who for 1974 includes Linda Naile lseatedl, Emily Andrews, Christi Fields, and Lana Nlas- chino. Below: Chi Beta Phi, the math and science hon- orary, has members who include lleft to rightl Prof. Raymond Cowan, Prof. Robert Lovell, Dennis Swick, Karen Sturdy, Annette Atkinson, Barbara DeNoyer, Bob Zerr, Connie Baker, Brett Deepe, Greg Rice, Bruce Records, and Dr. Rodney Hood. J gi QF? -4 i l 'GQ Y. ,M-f xl Communications Honorories Women in Communications, Inc., The Women's journal ism honorary, are lleft to rightl LaVonne Strachman, Terry Skirvin, Sandy K. Jones, Vickie Ford, Emily An- drews, Rhonda Robertson, and Linda Schiesser. Mem bers of the coeducational journalism honorary, Alpha Phi Gamma, are lleft to rightl Victor Zacharie, Emily Andrews, LaVonne Strachman, Linda Schiesser, Sandy K. Jones, Rhonda Robertson, and Terry Skirvin. Phi Omega Psi is the radio and broadcast honorary whose mem- bers include ltop row, left to rightl Prof. Raymond Cowan, Andy Henderson, Victor Zacha- rie, Brenda Quigley, Joe Beam, and Peter Phelps. lBottom, left to right! John Dickerson, Steve Clendenning, and David Dicke. The 60-Hour WFCI Cancer Marathon Nets S1 500 ew 'N 43 p. ! l RA's, SEB Try to Make College Life More Pleasant The Franklin College Student Entertainment Board is run by Cleft to rightl Emily Andrews, John Manion, Steve Cohen, Vip Hopson, Victor Zacharie, and Bob Weiss. The Resident Assistants of Franklin College in- clude lleft to rightl Dave Bass, Vip Hopson, Karen Sturdy, Emily Andrews, Bob Walters, Chuck Moser, Derrick Anderson, Rhonda Robertson, and Bruce Records. r te 'X .1 3 iiulixfiiii 59,71 .,.,.-x--vw--u-va-19's3 Legal Questions of Campus Life Are Solved by Student Court and Student-Faculty Court Left: Student-Faculty court includes lleft to rightl Max Bassler, Dr. Thom- as Ehret, Dick Rantet, and Dr. David Maharry. 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Sheila Moore, Peggy-ann Moore. lTop row, left to rightl Bruce Records, Prof. Thomas Hodge, Prof. Donald Simonson, and Annette Atkinson. Students to Pursue Interests i f Below: International Club members DF- YU'l0fl9 I-ing, "HBCU", Bill FIOW' include ileft to rightl: Chino Aneke, ers, Nasreen Ahktar, Phil Arnold, Ati Janet Smith, Prof. Gardner Ashley, Salmassi, Chu ks Allen, Laurie Engle- Aster Bekele, Vicco VonStrahIendorff, man, Dr. Rodney Hood, lVlrs. Robert Kathleen Kortokrak, Karl Buschmann, lVlurphy, Dr. Robert Nlurphy. Left: The members of the Black Student Union are ltop, left to rightl Denise Kennedy, Thomas Skaggs, Bobby Braggs, Eric Calvin, Hose White, Jeffrey Smith, Lee Alexander, Derrick Anderson, Diane Conway, Derrick Thomas. lStairs, top to bottoml Wanda Wat ters, Jeanna Holliday, Francette Kennedy, Marcus lVlims, Debbie Booker, Joe Beam, Joe Roundtree. , v-M Q . nga., 1 gy '- Fmmgibflctaentaz ,yi Above and right: Scenes from the play "Rosencranz and Guildenstern" starring Nathaniel "Butch" Gibson, Connie Allen, Dennis Swick, and John Lafredo. Members of Theta Alpha Phi, the theater honorary, include, left to right, Professor Mary Mac- Niven, Spencer Maus, Helen Kunkel, and Rhonda Robertson. Fine Arts .Jw Are on Important Port of Franklin College 35 Left: A scene from the Franklin Col- lege Singers production of "lf They Could See Us Now," featuring Barb Toole and David Hay. Below: The Franklin College Choir lseated, left to rightl: Barb Toole, Vicki Newsome, Ellen Sommers, Cathy Cutler, Laurie Egdorf. lSecond row, left to rightl Phil Wagoner, Bev Fuller, lVlelody Ac- ton, Debbie Bevins, Jody Staples, Jo Ann Barber, Barbara DeNoyer, Terri Hiers. lBack row, left to rightl David Hay, John Bonham, Jerry Wilson, Dennis Swick, John Lafredo, Joyce Kramer, Dick Fagg, Steve Clendenn- ing and Prof. Sam Hicks. 3 L I May Sing 1974. . . I 2 Q- swf' Winners in the novelty category were Zeta Tau Alpha, led by Carolyn Crooks. The novelty entry of Delta Zeta was led by Barb Toole. j l Steve Gonzenbach directed the entry The novelty entry of Delta Delta Delta was led by Tere- of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. sa Hagee. Pi Beta Phi's entry was supervised by co-song leaders lVl. J. Madigan and Terri Zuffa. Changing ci FC Tradition The 1974 edition of May Sing, the annual song-fest event, this year closed the Greek Week festivities. High- lights of the occasion were the crowning of Tri-Delt Heather Gray as May Queen, the announcements of Gold Quill, Laurels, Blue Key, and Lancers member- ships, and, of course, the singing. This year competition was divided into two categories: novelty and tradition- al. Winners in the traditional category were the women of Franklin Independent Women and Unaffiliated Wom- en, winners in the novelty division were the women of Zeta Tau Alpha. The 1974 May Sing Queen candidates were: lleft to rightl Sandy Durkes lDZl, queen Heather Gray lDDDl, Nasreen Akhtar lunaff.l, Karen Patterson lZTAlp Becky James lPBPl, Wanda Walters lunaff.l, and Jeanna Holli- day iFlWl. The Franklin Inde- pendent Women and the Unaffiliated Wom- en, led by Bev Ful- ler, won the tradition- al category. lx la: .' Phi Delta Theta, directed by Phil Wagoner, entered the traditional category. Lambda Chi Alpha, directed by David Hay, also entered the traditional divi- sion. Music Interests FC Students Above: Palmyra entertains students in the lobby of Elsey Hall. Right: The Normal Lunch Revue, which in- cludes Joe Trask lpicturedl was declared the winner of 1:he 1974 Franklin Follies. Runners-up included B. J. Quigley and the combo of Sally Battin and Debbie Booker. Below: Jazz guitarist Sandy Nasson conducts a guitar workshop in the Campus Center. if -w-L--,U-gy. l l l Darrell Westfall Ends Five Years of Saga Service at Franklin College Darrell Westfall completed five years of service as mana- ger ofthe Franklin College Saga Food Service. A tea was held in his honor. Below left: Darrell chats with Dr. Erickson. Left: Dr. Wesley Haines quotes from Darrell's "Memory Book." Below right: Wayne Brewer, the new Saga Food Manager, prepares a barbeque for the stu- dents. l nj ll - , .... M , .1 lj Welcome to Franklin 4 4? 5 n . 3 , .f if 'Qld' . agfafwd a .1 5 ,J 2 ive, ' 44 rg: AWS tg! W . "VA, jfs:-5, s I . ' ' , 'ff leg! ,v' u , fx' '4 1 1 .D I ". fo mf' .,k, 1 ., - "Z-I Q , 17, ,225 k, 5 .Z 465- 1.4. 1 ,Q 4, . se. .ff 1 s 5. Welcome to Yourself Renaissance . . new beginning a rebirth new ideas new out looks a new way of living S xl x, There is a destiny that makes us brothers: None goes his way alonep All that we send into the lives of others Comes back into our own. -Edwin Markham 5 5, 5 O' - NN. x x sr " , -1,.,-.tw .bf N K . N r , ' Pigs' 93:51-' 'Rx e . Q- X kfii-+3 . , ff? gig.. . ,f-:iii 14- N-N., ,. "S: . x x- ' S X, -wf -X.:-:ki ,-X -. LM :- NW . .. ,fx fvgx xi me W X x INR 2 X 4 X x f -I fn.. f 3, 1 , . '1'Cv1-v9"iWi'f'YT'Y'-b,.:'-.nk F1951 f V , -e I o ' If you have a friend on whom you think you can rely you ore o lucky man! Alun Price Q vi 1 . .. ws. x..- K, X x 9 S -z:,g.:5. 4 x Q ,L 1 ,1.,3x?:.' . -. 4.1: ne-::x4s1.g:,s5ssig V KS E2 Z ,- '- lj? . f." 'v ...A 'Y iigs' N 4. XY . X 4 We wi:- EH ' N If all our dreams were hills to climb, cmcl circles without reason -R. McGuinn Alf! 'rr ' ' i ss 3 The Building Process Vw i Is Slow and Tedious A s i buf Continues. f xx ..,,, y 'bmw-W A -1 ,Q If That That Is, Isn't Thai That Isn'f, Is. Isn't If? X X-,zllg l X r-'K - Z6 fy Rex T+L H 4,- Xxx X 42. 1 W Z 5Qg!!1. --" J X f OE ff ' x 3 .N I A J 'W f N LW V f Q! A -mo UY7 N QQ? Ef -1- 1? XX I K' Q f W X We Jr! av . ny, 1 " ' ff W I 4 fin Qh QQQQ 5 X I K'.fJ'2-5' fm .1 ' Pg QA f' Q , nh, it "U" 'IIVI if f AAA!! If R fl f Z v if 5 yy f x ' - ,zflgki ,,, J 5 iwfmrlfwy x ' 1. Diane lson 2. Connie Baker 3. Dedra Montgomery 4. Becky Stolz 5. Linda Naile 6. Becky Fee 7. B. J. Flichmann 8. Judy Claycombe 9. Brenda Snyder 10. Debbie Kuehn 11. Terri Kuehn 12. Linda Scheisser 13. Kathy Jackson 14. Penny Nail ' 15. Debra Fraley 16. Jan Baer 17. Melissa Miller 18. Linda Kress 19. Cathy Shaw 20. Carolyn Crooks 21 .Susan Wakefield Q 22. Kathy Krieger 23. Velma Davidson .,,,, , A ,... 24. Vicki Michael " 25. Mary Jo McClelland 26. Emily Andrews 27. Melody Acton W 28. Karen Edwards 29. Sue Eldon 30.Tina Shook . 31. Sandra Jones 32. Jody Staples Q--......... 4 I Zeta 7 27 ,Q 'O I fl! Q3 I If Tau W' ' 1 12 I l 87 Alpha lj Lf 5Q N I O ' 4 ! ZTA Zetas are involved in many campus activities such as Cheerleaders, Franklin College Singers, and yearbook. Theyare also represented in campus honoraries includ- ing' Women in Communication, Laurels, Gold Quill and Alpha Phi Gamma. Zetas belong to Little Sisters of Minerva, Crescents, and Little Sisters of the Sword. This year's major service projects entailed raising donations for the National Association for Retarded Children. .0.0 Q O O 0 e 0 0 9 U 0 Q Q Q- 0 5 0 O Q 0 Q Q 0 Q e 4 0 Q Q 4 h.O. as v 0 Q 4' O Lambda Chi Alpha FRQNKHN AXA The annual Watermelon Bust of the Lambda Chi's is the opening Greek activity on campus following rush. Chi's are involved in Student Congress, WFCI, yearbook, sports, karate, and choir. "Choppers" do volunteer work at Gateway and at the close of first semester, the annual Christmas party is given for underprivileged children. P' '- XA X.-,tix 44-.4 . J'-Fiesri? J N' 93.4, lr ,sg ' c if 1 Xi 'N-s-N. . ed 5'-4.45. 3, H 54' 'HI 7' Z . in 3 J as 95 03 79113 le 4-if Andy Albano Andy Henderson Scott McCluckie James Taaffe Robert Feemster Paul Depass Mark Warner Steve Plummer Mark Axelberg Bob Carmony Tom Derrico Dennis Shelton Gary Venable Rod Lewis Tony Newland Doug Mickey Mark Murray Jim Saunders "Otto" Chris Meehan Dan Calkins D. Alcorn Hay John Essex Thomas Pedigo 25. Stan Worthington D. Timothy Hebble Bruce Johnson Phill Johnson Jim Galloway Bob Wolf jr Franklin College begins its own renaissance. . . ax ' E ..fg1.,,f A f g .. N E . A ct-' A l I . . N, , A---:SL , - . - s .Q +1.,.- 1, " S3 Becky James Kathleen Haynes Sara Powell Paula Ferguson Nancy Williams Betty Dehoney Jamie Speas Karen Sturdy Ann Helm Ellen Dethlefs Vickie Ford Sandy Zuroff Ruth Haymaker M. J. Madigan Paula Ziegler Sue Pauley Terri Zuffa Jean Everett Rosemary Yant Janet Broadhead Kathleen Hodgen Jacquelin Bean la 33 135 C5 11 53 l f nfl M el . Cindy Story Alberta Hohn Linda Perry . Julie Dygert Michele Omahana Becky Smith . Connie LaManna Nancy Yoder Brenda Quigley Jennifer Voyles Ruth Anderson j--.ft 5 + S - 'i fl! A ' . -1" . '-" ' we ., F'Tl"' ,s .Pg swf F -. ., f ' 33, 5-1, z - 'v uf fw.g,.,-, 1- . . .I 3,7 4, , 35: -, , pf., ,-yf,g,3,.f I b 75 ,753 4 gs , wi, in isp M " A." , V : ' " "-' -+- ff " P Y f , 4 ' 'if' "ref 4 1' i'. " 1 71 - P - ,f-P N, "nfl" Wfn 9' 2 f f 2 F , f 1 4 1 1 f on G ipiefi e 'fi X P z . Q 2 ? 1 A 1 Q ' 'L P' f f 'jf'f"'f 1 i P 'P it l -. Q , : . Y , ,f , . V 3 . A 4 I .: 1' ghd 1-12.1 4 ' ' :sq un-.5 lr' W As, an, 1 'Hain J . Major service projects of the Pi Phi's include volunteer work at Gateway, preparing an annual Thanksgiving basket for needy families, and supporting a Korean orphan. Pi Phi's are involved in cheerleading, choir, newspaper, yearbook, Apogee, theater, dorm council, student court, student congress, Circle K, WFCI radio, and WRA. ln addition, Pi Phi Jamie Speas was the 1973 Homecoming Queen. Pi Phi's are also members of Laurels, Gold Quill, Women in Communication, Little Sisters of lVlinerva and Little Sisters of the Sword. Pi Beta Phi i fbi! Phi Delta Theta Phi Delts are annually involved in such service projects as Gateway and campus clean-up. Phi Delta Theta is rep- resented in sports and such organizations as Student Congress, Apogee, Franklin College Singers, Chi Beta Phi, and Lancers. . wr l lj N VZQOQB i5 1 . , Q 51 5 2- ' J' .ab 34 l lo icq ,MAQ33 jlp Qi' N W li ' N Q A' . Bob Becht Keith Thompson Mike Doane Tim Messer Don Woebbeking Steve Brummett David Broashears Wayne Eddy Ken Andrews Jim England Dan Callon Jeff Ryan Greg Phillips Jack Petersen .Steve Teets Phil Wagoner .Stu Mathis Mark Schoenleber Mark Scheumann B. J. Quigley Tim Thomas Dan Helm Barry Maxwell Bob Wampler .Scott Seright Bob Murphy .John Andresen Mike Schmidt Bill Smith Louis Mohr Mike Fiedler Greg Rice Harry Furrer Dan Moore Bruce Rainey . John Lafredo Ritchie Knox Della Zeta Delta Zetas are represented in Laurels and Gold Quill as well as choir, newspaper, cheerleading, and RAB. An- naul events including the Flame Fantasy and the Pump- kin Serenade. Their major service project involves aiding deaf children. DZ's also are active in the Franklin Col- lege chapter of Young Democrats. Jan Stephic Darlene Ernest Andrea Kopil Bonnie Tracy Cindy Tribby Amy Snyder Patty lhnat Laurie Egdorf Sherry Slaton Diana Cross Jennie Zink Jackie Funk Penny Raider Joan Serverson Sue Alexander Debra Shaw Lou Craig Frances Otter 2.8, 'fy qw 1 V Qyigli-3 's I .5 cl' i-'ww muy.. 5' of ,wb A53 -. ,. sums. 1- w"'a:'m?sr'x--gwwwf-iff .H .. V X . N -My-.. In ,kv-I 1-4 N-N Uv H in . .. 1 , ' AE SAE's are active in college sports as well as at Gateway Learning Center. Organizations involving SAE's include Circle K, WFCI, Student Congress, Blue Key, Lancers, and language clubs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon sm nxif . QW ' 'wMf""M' tW D 'I ,Q 9 9-6:30111 IQJ J123 3 'fo 45 'lil i l Q 'll X l3 lb ill aejfl Steve Mayfield .Jerry Vanlieu .Tom Martin Bob Heuchen Tom Wilson Jay Hunsucker Dennis Murk Bob Dine Mike Wisley Charley Hadley John Auld Matt Kelley Al Thompson Mike Heppner Joe Bath Dennis Cook Bill Brasaemle Mark Messick Joe Lee Jim Griggs Terry Nash Jim Crouch Bob Weiss Gary Anderson Don Hunton Jeff Raufeisen James Combs Dave Lett Steve Fisher Bob Messick Bob Claxton Dave Abel Kent Tresslar Dave Suhre Ray Manley Rick Martinez Alex Cannon Kirk Miller Bob Butt Jeff Craver Steve Gonzenbach Keith Holland Gary Cooper James Wedding Laurel Cannon Claudia Netherton Susan Poland Sherry Ringer Christine Watts Donna Beeler Barbara Hegg Cathy Cutler Mary Galles Pat Conant Mary Ann Scharschu Teresa Hagee Marcy Shanks Marcia Busenbark Nancy Allin Becky Faulkner Diane Muth Tri Deltas are involved with such service functions as typing for the business office, recruiting for student admissions, and preparing food baskets for needy fam- ilies. 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Little Sisters Give Frcits ci Feminine Touch Crescents of Lambda Chi Alpha labovel are lleft to right, seated on floorl Jan Latella, Becky Tames, Cindy Tribbey, Amy Snyder, Debra Shaw, Jackie Funke. lLe1"t to right, second rowl Pat Cook, Sandy G. Jones, Karen Morton, Andrea Kopil, Karen Leaf, Annette Atkinson, Colleen Fisher, Velma Workman, Peggy-ann Moore, Paula Gibbs, and Sandy Durkes. Little Sisters of the Sword lPhi Delta Thetal include ltop, left to rightl Linda Mullendore, Terri Zuffa, Vickie Rainey, Nancy Allin, Sharon Murphy, Amy Bennett, Karen Patterson, Teresa Hagee, Vicki Jones. lBottom, left to rightl Kathy Haynes, Nancy Williams, Patricia Branstetter, Deb Adnson, Bonnie Tracy, and Becky James. Little Sisters of Minerva lSigma Alpha Epsilonl are lkneelingl Jan Stephic and Jane Redicker. lStanding, left to rightl Cherie Stone, Karen Edwards, Kim Johnson, Jennifer Voyles, and Mary Jane lM.J.l Madigan. 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Belovv: The Little Brothers of Pi Beta Phi is a self-formed organization including all those bound to a Pi Phi by lavaliering, pin- ning, engagement, or marriage. Left to right are James Taafe, Mark Nlellencamp, Gary Venable, Andy Henderson and B. J. Quigley. an" ia xt Q9 9 I',s,-FQ ,KK Uv' '0 FlW's participate in such campus activities as theater, choir, newspaper, and Apogee. They are also represented in such organizations as WFCI, dorm council, SEA, and French Club. FRANKLIN INDEPENDENT WOMEN 3 57 Q Lil 7 lo fi ' iii im 1. Terri Long 2. Janet Smith 3. Chris Lee 4. Juliette Majot 5. Denise Kennedy 6. Cathy Rosicg 7. Laurie Engleman 8. Jeanna Holliday 9. Crystal Krupchak 10. Peggy Shidaker im. ff E-'gg tif?" ' W 5 if Yi r., sfffiee X X ??'J"if" as-if O M 5 4, If I I 12. I 7 Franklin Independent Nlen were reorganized at the close of the 1972-73 school year. FlNl's are active in campus X X activities such as WFCI radio, SEB, sports, Young X Democrats, newspaper and international club. 1 I ,Z ' gg 1 1, '7 ' 1 2 3 4 5 6. .Joe Beam Marcus Mims Bill Kaminski . Paul Fedorchak Robin Fleichard Tom Hale Greg Smith Phil Arnold Bill Flowers 10. Phil Warrenburg Ray Campisi Ron Wininger FRANKLIN INDEPENDENT MEN AW Greeks and Independents Together Reflect Right: The diligent, industrious Inter Fraternity council hard at work! Be- low: The finished view of the Phi Delta Theta house after undergoing extensive renovations and remodeling during the summer and early fall of 1973. S ar. the Attitudes of Franklin College Students A We W " If ,., ?'QA : ' ' . v , V ,'.,fg3'4' F Z1 , .5 'af' ' A we H S lf t-t' bc. 53 ' W, 4. 335.5 N ,A 1:1 '5 .L .. ,N V , 'ta-'A :B""' v- ,M ',,. f 4 'W ve t K4 'f ? tr-1 ww 1 9' 4 V' .MW gil, ,,.1r,gg..11f- ,I My gf? .14 M515 :'3WS.' 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"W-wiv , 1 T'f"' figs? f, x Zrfl 'y . but ca being and b coming Matthew Arnold .kc .ff Z 4,1 ' r . Q X. 4 1 K 24' .. ":"fEI.I2 it ,bf A ' 3'-9'kc.L: kv X. z ' .. awaanf-QWWMQ' K, 1 ,. 1, 4 5 if rf P I f ' A 'ff ,.Manni"5 4, .Y ,A 5 Senior Ron Doyle Leads Grizzly Team to S 1" , -.L h - , " 'lkflk U, .,5r't,.--' -, 33 Left' Quarterback Joe Bath attempts short Outstanding end Tom Martin reaches for 1 lf 3 ' Q gaun on a fourth down play. an Important pass. M Brit.. s xt , , . Q f- . U-4. -4 Y - 'iz J- rn., fl, -1,4u'..J , . 6. 5-4 Season With 0ver 1000 Yards in Rushing Ya., 4, A' T -',. 'bf-P' , 57" Above: Ron Doyle blocks while Keith Fiedler maneuvers for a touchdown. Below left: Outstanding rusher Ron Doyle scrambles for a first down against Earlham. Below right: Mike McClure escapes a would-be tackler to avoid a Grizzly turnover. Q , ig is The highlight of this year's football season was the retiring of senior full- back Ron Doyle's number 34. ln addi tion to having a brilliant four-year career, Doyle also broke or matched nine records during the 1973 football season. sy 1 ig! Record-breaking Ron Doyle lrightl rushes for his 'l000th yard in FrankIin's game against Earlham. Below: Offensive players rest while defensive tries to regain possession of the ball. W s .sHf'5g, -se" 'Y W 4' ,M Q 31 I' .b a-,ij ,u. Left to right: Row 1-Bill Bollier, Keith Fiedler, Keith Thompson, Randy Racine, Steve Gonzenbach, Jeff Craver,Steve Welchans, Ron Doyle, Gary Cooper. Row 2-Coach Harold Lawson, Mike McClure, Terry Ruzckowski, Steve Harris, Dave Lyon, Gary Pate, Jay Hunsucker, Larry Edmond, Joe Bath, Tom Martin, Tim Messer. Row 3-Coach John Chiarotti, Mark Montgomery, Jeff Lombard, Keith Holland, Craig Miesse, Steve DeVore, Jim Connell, Dick Martin, Greg Seamon, Brad Butler, Coach Phil Heller. Row 4-Jim Andrews, Carl Allen, Dennis Cooke, Greg Haworth, Brian Meeks, Joe Lee, Fred Weest, Kevin Mc- Barnes, Bob Becht, Coach Flick Flecker. Row 5-Rick Martinez, Greg Phillips, Ken Andrews, Mike Wisley, Dave Bass, Jon Wagner, Bill Schwab, Mark Alex- ander, Mark Schuman, Coach Stewart "Red" Faught. i - 'll Bfiw -1 l t- ' .. 1 -4- .- if S S. pjalw FS? CC Team Spirif High Despite Cff Season Although the Franklin harriers won two dual meets against Marian, they finished their season with a 2-6 win- loss record. Coach Noel Marquis feels that Grizzly runners were good in 1973, although not enough for the larger school competition they faced. A better 1974 season is anticipated. Above left: The 1973 Grizzly harriers, seat- ed, ll to rl: Steve Mayfield, Boyd Mozingo, Mark Goggin, Mark Quear. Standing ll to rl: Tom Pedigo, Bill Thompson, Stan Worthing- ton, Dave Suhre, Coach Marquis. Below left: Mark Ouear and Stan Worthington run ning the course. Below right: Steve May- field surges ahead ofa Marian opponent. 2 i sf -.VF t ., LV? ' ' Z , - V22 ,, f w Hiffle Heads Scoring on Field Hockey Team Above: Molly Matthews battles against ln- diana University opponent for control of the ball. Right: Susie Hittle dodges a Ma- rion defender to score the final goal. Women's field hockey finished their season with a 4-3-1 win-loss-tie rec- ord. After being rained out for the scheduled game, the field hockey team ended the year with a win against Marian College, Indianapolis. Right: The 1973 Women's Field Hockey Team-lkneeIing,l to rl Cindy Story, Vicky Newsome, Pat Cook, Susie Hittle,AJenny Zink. Standing, I to r, Mrs. Doreen St. Clair lcoachl, Mary Jo McClelland, Dedra Mont- gomery, Sandy Jones, Debbie Waltz, Joyce Kramer, Judy Claycombe, Carolyn Crooks, Molly Matthews, Linda Naile. Below: Judy Claycombe passes to Susie Hittle, attempt- ing to avoid an interception. A The 1973-74 basketball team: ll to rl John Albright, Larry Hackett, Steve Austin, Bob Heuch- an, Gary Krager,Scott Seright, Dan Helm, Greg Cruiser, Barry Maxwell, Thomas Skaggs. Grizzly Basketball Season Proves Successful r, l it l :1 i t X X Y x X 4 , X X ,tv X .b ,..,,,, X V , . 4 as ?s.X,N og.. f ,Q -s ,wwf N is 'I' X I 1: S! V N t ii Far Left: Larry Hackett races down the court toward the Grizzly goal. Near left: Dan Helm stretches in a two- point goal attempt 2 A Q S SF? 3 3 2? Q "-5? "" vi? S- 24, M A1 af. .. h.,Q:, Y . , 3 ' 1, :-153,45 " r - ,fu . 'nz' :Sf-' ' - .-'x1nix.'w ?-g-SV - .F A x 3 vmisi W 5 ,..,.---A a Highlight of Grizzly Basketball Season Definitely one of the high points of the basketball season was capturing the Tri-State Tournament. Flight, Dan Helm and Scott Seright were the Grizzly's contribution to the All- Tourney Team. Far below, basketball team captain John Albright receives the Tri-State Tournament trophy. Above: Dan Helm struggles for the rebound from a Thomas-More play- er. W- Volleyball Teo After losing its first invitational the women's volleyball team bounced back to end its 1973 season with a nine game winning streak. The team hosted a four-way invitational Novem- ber 14 at FC. Winning first place, the team beat IU, Normal, Hanover, and Marion. Above: Jan Latella sets volleyball for team- mates to spike. Right: Dedra Montgomery slaps opponent's return back over the net. m Finishes on Winning Streak The 1973 Women's Volleyball team-lkneel- McClelland Alberta Hohn Molly Matthews ing, l.to r.l Sandy Jones, Tina Shook, Susie Dedra Montgomery Sue Pauley Debbie Hittle, Jan Latella, Judy Claycombe. lStand- Jones ing, I to rl Coach Doreen St. Clair, Mary Jo


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