Franklin College - Almanack Yearbook (Franklin, IN)
- Class of 1979
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Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1979 volume:
Banboye Steve Mainsah
96 X Juniors
LEFT: Sitting under a tree outside Elsey Hall
makes a peaceful spot for Dorsey to play her
Mary Joan Panuska
Juniors X 97
BELOW A bench on the mall makes a place for Scott Brown to get some ot his studying
finished RIGHT Barth Fisher sneers at a trisbee opponent while playing on the lawn behind
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John Bloemeke cheers on the
Grizzlies at a football game
Juniors f 99
Mary Jane Burnett
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January 4, I979
100 X Sophomores
We just can't know what lies ahead
From day to passing day
What changes God is planning
In His wise and loving way , . .
We just can't know the reasons
Why our sorrow has to be
Why we must lose the ones we need
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We just can't know-but we can trust
And faith can help us find
Our way to those "tomorrows"
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his philosophy of life"-to always wear a smile.
103 X Sophomores
ABOVE: Bruce Flint plays a game of
slush frisbee, RIGHT: While strolling
down the mall, Jane McCormick and
Charlene Stewart laugh over the
104 1 Freshmen
happenings of the day.
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Freshmen X 105
Valerie Brown and Steve Corya pose after Miss
Brown was crowned Homecoming Queen by
Denise Marulic, 1978 Queen.
Although October 14 began gray and rainy, the
clouds made way for the sun just in time for the
Homecoming game and ceremonies.
Parachutists from KelIy's Field near Mooresville,
Indiana opened the pregame ceremony with jumpers
from the sky bringing the game ball with them. The first
Homecoming float FC had had in years was one
specially designed and constructed by the Independent
Bryan Men ClBlvl'sj forthe Queen candidates. Valerie
Brown was crowned 1978 Queen by her successor
Denise lvlarulic. The Delta Delta DeltafSigma Alpha
Epsilon decorations, "Trap Those Tigers By Their
Tails," won first place honors. Pregame and halftime
music was provided by the Seymour High School band.
A late game scoring explosion by the Georgetown
Tigers ended any hope for a Grizzly win. Holding a 14-7
lead, the Tigers scored 22 points in the last nine
minutes leaving FC at the very short end of the 36-7
score. Grizzlie halfback Brad Angle scored the only
Franklin points on a second quarter one-yard run.
Earlier in the day, students and alumni were honored
and recognized for their achievements at a special
convocation. Paul Cummings, a student alumni
favorite, was one of the six to receive a Distinguished
Alumni Citation at the program.
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Hall, Karen Kowatch and Julie
Wells spend the aflernoon making
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RIGHT A group ol freshmen share
experiences alter leaving classes they had in
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110 1 Faculty
Dr. Gardner P. Ashley Donald Bird
Assoc. Professor of French B Assist. Professor of Journalism
Jack Bookbinder Steve Browder
Assist. Professor of Psychology Assist. Professor of Biology
Dr. Thomas D. G. Burgess Ruth Callon
Assist. Professor of Psychology Assoc. Professor of Physical Ed.
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Assist. Professor of Accounting Chaplain Assoc. Professor of Journalism
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Professor of Physics
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Assist. Professor of Art
Dr. Robert E. Dargitz
Assist. Professor of Sociology
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Assoc. Professor of English
Dr. Leland EFiCkSOl1 Stewart Faught
Professor of Education Professor of Physical Ed.
Majorie J. Gilkey
Assoc. Professor of Political Science!
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Dr. Richard Graham Samuel B. Hicks
Assoc. Professor of English Assoc. Professor of Music
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Assoc. Professor of Political Science Professor of Mathematics
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Thomas R. Hodge
Professor of Chemistry
Dr. J. T. Howald
Assoc. Professor of Philosophy
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Faculty X 115
Music To Watermelons
To Ropes: Homecoming Week '78
Following on the heels of Fall Fever Day, Homecoming
Week 1978 had a variety of activities for all students.
Horseshoe Camp was the site of an Octoberfest Monday
night. Haywagons provided transportation to the camp while
a German band played music for those in attendance. The
annual Lambda Chi Alpha Watermelon Bust brought
students to the mall Tuesday. Fienee Dewey was named Miss
Watermelon Bust. Seed spitting contests, a watermelon toss,
and relays were just a few of the activities. The powderpuff
football game scheduled Wednesday had to be cancelled
due to rain. The game was later rescheduled and won by the
juniorfsenior women. Students filled the Franklin Fioom to
watch the antics of the six-man Rotagilla Band Thursday.
This group from Florida gave a short concert. The cold water
of Province Park's creek was all that stood between rival
teams from the four residence halls. Friday night's and
Saturday morning's trials did not see too many trips into the
cold water-only two winners: Elsey third north and Bryan
third. A short pep session and bonfire followed Friday's
rounds. Homecoming day had its own traditional activities.
The week ended with an SEB-sponsored dance at the
Columbus Holiday Inn.
FllGHT: The flames from Friday night's bonfirefpep rally took the chill off the
air. A small number of students attended the event.
ABOVE: Bunny Nash, Lynda Cutter, Becky Buening, and Diana Bordenkecker CElsey second northj
feel the strong pull of rival Elsey third north during the finals of the Tug-N-Glug. Third north took the
title. RIGHT: Jim Talhelm heads home during his leg of the watermelon relay race.
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Assist. Professor of Chemistry Assoc. Professor of Economics Assist. Professor of Political Science
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Robert Lovell Glenda McKnight
Instructor of Physical Ed. Assoc. Professor of English
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Dr. James L. McKnight
Professor of History
Dr. Paul Nugent Dr. Montell E. Ogdon
Assoc. Professor of Mathematics Professional Lecturer, Economics
Assist. Professor of Matne
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Assoc. Professor of Physical Ed.
Daniel E, Poe Anne Shelley
Instructor of Education
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Assist. Professor of Philosophy instructor of English Assist. Professor of English
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Dr. Edwin Penn, President ofthe College
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Assoc. Professor of History
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Dr. Jonn Howard Burkett, Dean of Students
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Woki Lamanna Michael Zarr
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Administration X 121
Dir. of Data Processing
Frank Bentz Michael Brandt
Vice President for Development Archivist
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Janice Bullman John M. Chiarotti
Public Belations Vice President of Finance
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Woe President for Admissions and Robert Y. Coward Julie Davis
Financial Aid Head Librarian Dir. of Campus Center
Bonnie Drane Gary Garotfolo Jane Hackett
Switchboard Dir. of Financial Aid Admissions Counselor
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Joan l-lilleary Yuriko Ling J. Stuart Mill ll
Admissions Counselor Computer Programmer Dir. of Business Affairs
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Dir. of Physical Plant Assist. Librarian Nurse
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Bernice Reid Maureen E. Sexton
Switchboard Admissions Counselor
Vicco VonStralendor'rt Danny Wheeler
Assoc. Librarian Computer Programmer
Special People f 125
ABOVE: RotagiIIa's drummer shows his stuff on an improvised set of drums.
LEFT: J. J. Atwood and Russ Gam bear down for the Bryan
second team in the Tug-N-Glug. Bryan third won the men's
division, BELOW: Marcia Perrings and Tim Parks do their part
for the ZTA-PDT 24-hour Cart-A-Thon to raise money for the
National Association of Retarded Citizens,
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ABOVE: Ari ingenious group of Hoover halt
residents found and unveiled the Junior Rock for
the 1928 class' 50th anniversary,
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BELOW: A bit ot Christmas came to FC via the presentation of Charles Dickins'
A Christmas Carol. Students Patty Sexton and Dan LeClerc are pictured with
children of the faculty, RIGHT: WFCI kept students entertained with the likes ot
disc jockeys such as Gary Scudder and Larry Bradley.
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who served as Orientation Leaders. ABOVE: Ala
Grease, SEB sponsored a '50's DJ dance in
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Hulman opponent. The Soccer club boasted the
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Nadine Poland, Ken lnskeep, Denise Garau, Kim Gross, Jean McErIane, Amy Taylor. BACK BOW
.M Jefl Madsen, Patty Fleener, Mark Bolinger, Dennis Carey, Keith Miller, Mary Ferris Kathy Lay
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STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT BOARD. Cathy
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Garau. BACK ROW: Sam Cook, Steve Pizarek, Rodger Pelo, Keith Whiting, Faizul Huq,
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BELOW: Orientation Leader Jeff Madsen aids a new
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Bourquin, Jeanne Fitzgerald.
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RESIDENT ASSISTANTS. FRONT ROW:
Patty Sexton, Andrea Balmer, Greg Cataldi,
Dan LeClerc, Debbie Denslaw, Sue
Pardieck, Vicki Lamanna. BACK ROW: Cliff
Heise, Karen Kissick, Kathy Yagelski, Todd
Nobbe, Dave Kysar, Scott Brown, Tim
Leonard, Jim Records, Mike Zarr.
YOUNG DEMOCRATS. FRONT ROW: Carol Colza
Karen Wyrobeck, Carol Pizker. BACK ROW: Sandy
Heath, Larry Drake, Rodger Peio, John Schoentrup
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ALMANACK. FRONT ROW: Lisa Marion, Sandy Heath, Amy Taylor, BACK ROW:
Mary Jane Burnett, Andrea Brown, Brenda Sefton, Rhonda Baim.
LEFT: Photographer Mike Butt utilizes a new
technique to photograph an album cover for
THE FRANKLIN. FRONT ROW, Dennis Carey, Shari Smith, Kathy
MacDonald, Ken lnskeep, Cheryl Michel, Jean McErlane, Beth Vandivier,
Marsha White, Cindy Heflin, Debbie Albertson, Melinda Macy. BACK ROW,
Mary Kay Ferris, Keith Miller, Mike Butt, Terry Vick, Gary Schenkel
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Vandivier, Lu Young, Jeanne Fitzgerald, Cheryl Michel, Mary Kay Ferris.
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Jean McErIane, Val Brown, Melinda Macy,
Mike Rosenfeld, Mark Bolinger. BACK ROW:
Doug West, Greg Smith,
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SOCIOLOGY CLUB, Becky McKain, Zoe Davis,
Paula Young, Fanny Ivanhoff, Dr, Robert Dargitz. A fi
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Brown, Gwen Harvey, Gay Valentine,
Sandy Heath, Gary Bottoms. BACK
ROWt Jeff Madsen, Terry Wellsand,
Bruce Flint, Tim Fuller, Keith Miller,
Steve Pizarek, Tom Roberts, Ed
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Harvey, Cheryl Hanlon, Jenny Brown,
Gay Valentine, Sandy Heath, Amy
Taylor, Deb Hommell. BACK ROW:
Pat Cowger, Steve Pizarek, Art
Dougherty, Terry Wellsand, Prof. Ray
ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS. FRONT ROW:
Rich Braessler, Rodger Pelo, John Markwalter.
BACK ROW: Paula Young, Melinda Macy, Sue
Vlhlhite, Bob Relos.
Environmental, Radio X 133
FC SINGERS. FRONT ROW: Julie
Wells, Mary Lou Carpenter, Lisa
Rosenberger, Lyn Park, Paula
Mitchell, Rita Williams, Pam
McPike, SECOND ROW: Becky
Horstman, Carol Williamson, Barb
Moon, Hyacinth Joseph, Laura
Hale. Tl-llRD ROW: Roger King,
Bruce Kittie, Rick Swift. BACK
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KITES. FRONT ROW: Lyn Park, Paula Mitchell, Becky Tucker, Rita Williams,
Kelli DeMott. BACK ROW: Becky Horstman, Julie Wells, Lisa Rosenberger,
Mary Lou Carpenter.
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GATHERING. FRONT ROW Kelli DeMott, Mary
Meyer, Lyn Park. SECOND ROW Lisa
Flosenberger, Paula Mitchell, Julie Wells BACK
ROW. Darrell Patton, Mike O'Dell, Bruce Kittie,
Bob Park, Gary Scnenkel, Jim Cruser.
KEYS Sam Hicks, Lloyd Hunter, Vicco
VonStralendorft, Lewis Washington, Julie
Wells, Jim Cruser, Bob Park, Richard Park
Gathering, Keys f 135
BELOW: Looks like a great new dance-think they're good enough for "Saturday Night
Fever"'? RIGHT: One of the few serious moments of the concert. BOTTOM: Hats, tuxedos,
satin, suspenders, T-shirts and tennis shoes all characterized the one and only Rotagilla
10 f Flotagilla
INTERNATIONAL CLUB. FRONT ROW: Nizam Chowdhury, Faizul Huq, Scott Brown, Steve Mainsah, Faruque Ahmed, Tan Nguyen, Mamum Rahman, Greg
Cataldi, Larry Gates. BACK ROW: Dr. Yu-Long Ling, James Curry, Kathy Carlson, Leif Carlson, Chizuko Kudo, Gardner Ashley, Rodney Hood, Vicco
VonStralendortt, Robert Coward, Rodger Pelo, Ejaz Chowdhury, Tom Hasewinkle, Harry Mitsushima, Keith Whiting.
International Club, Women's FCA
WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN
ATHLETES. FRONT ROW: Colleen Sexton, Janet
Muston, Lu Young, Paula Nugent, Lisa Sellers, Amy
Taylor. BACK ROW: lllene Jaynes, Arnie Petre,
Cathy Callon, Melinda Macy, CoCo Albertson.
136 f Int'l Club, Women FCA
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Terri Gerth, Sue Anne Miller, Denise Marulic. BACK ROW: Melinda Macy, Leda Phenis, Vicki Larnanna.
BELOW: Janet Muston struts her stuff in the
DZ Gong Show take-oft of Steve Martin's
"King Tut." Panhel sponsored the show.
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INTRAFRATERNITY COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Bill Holt, Scott Bailey, Mike Definer, Terry Vick. BACK ROW: Tim McCullough, Sam
Cook, Chester Dickerson, Jon Dixon, Jim Price, Leroy Belcher, Mike Rosenfeld.
Panhel, IFC X 137
CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP. FRONT ROW: Liz McNamee, Don
Martin, Illene Jaynes, Becky Tucker, Larry Drake. BACK ROW: Paula
Nugent, Kathy Laskowski, Chris Sokolek, Pam McPike, Gwen Harvey, Lisa
O'Neil, Trish Doherty, Karen Poling, Lori Payton.
BELOW: Soccer player Rodger Pelo clears the ball from becoming a possible
Rose Hulman score.
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Amy Taylor. BACK ROW: Pat Callahan, Solomon Chu, Rodger Pelo, Keith Whiting, Muhammad Islam, Basem Shammas, Dave Matikke, Tom Hasewinkle, Scott
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STUDENT CONGRESS EXEC BOARD. Larry
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STUDENT CONGRESS. FRONT ROW: Sandy Heath,
Larry Bradley, John Gipson, Jett Cooksey, Lu Young
Mike Urban, John Burkett. BACK ROW: Illene Jaynes'
Tom Roach, Toni Witherby, Scott Kroening, Sue
Vthlhite, Bob Relos, Rick Richmond, Brent Peters.
Student Congress, Judicial Board
Student Congress J board'! 139
JUDICIAL BOARD. Jon Robison Val Brown John
Markwaiter, Vickie Kirby, Tom Roberts Keith Miller
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RIGHT: Books-a neccesity-were the biggest expenditure ofthe year.
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Music has always been a part of people's
lives. There are so many types with which
we can identifyg everyone has their own
favorites. Students at Franklin College were
exposed to all types of musical events this
year, but the one which can probably be
termed most 'unique' was the performance
by Fiotagilla Cthat's alligator spelled back-
wardsj. This group of zany guys from Flo-
rida offered one and a half hours of musical
comedy entertainment during homecoming
week in the Franklin Ftoom.
ABOVE LEFT: Rotagilla performers used a variety of
instruments to exhibit their musical talent. ABOVE: ls
that Jimmy Carter at Franklin College? LEFT: The band
'gets down and gets funkyi
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KAREN BROWN DIANA HUFF QATI-iv SEAMQNDS
NANCY BUSENBARK FANNY ivANHoFF MARGQ THQMAS
CAROL COLZA CAROL KARST GAY VALENTINE
Thanks for four beautiful years of love and devotion. We'II miss you.
"A little seed, alittle careg CHERYL ANDERSON PAULA MITCHELL
some sun, some rain-
a flower there. BRENDA BRENNAN BUNNY NASH
A little deed, a love to share,
some smiles, some tears- TRISH DOHERTY LORRAINE RITCOCK
a friendship rare."
We love you,
Your Sisters RHONDA MCKITTRICK
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RAT BERRY MARK MCCORD
MARK BOLINGER RIP TOUSELL
TIM GARNER KEVIN WIDDISON
JIM LEWIS Forever Yours in ZAX,
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CHRIS POE MARK ZIMMERMAN
TERRY VICK Y.I.T.B.,
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D, MICHAEL DAVIS KEVIN MCCULLOUGH
GREG EVANS TIM MCCULLOUGH
GARY FISHER RANDALL L. PEASE
Zeta Tau Alpha
KATHY TUCKER Remember . . . Zeta Belongs To You.
DIANE M. WRIGHT
LU ANN YOUNG
RIGHT: Gary Teegarden peers through the
chicken wire at the next egg-thrower. PDT
sponsored the Egg-the-Phi booth at Mardi Gras.
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, UNICEF for the DZ's and Phi Delt's. ABOVE: The infamous Igloo
I Brothers appear again, this time in Mardi Gras as "Kissable
I BacheIors." Joe Lesko and Steve Vernasco are only two ol the
il Hoover Hall band who stole the show at the Panhel Gong Show.
148 ! Craziness
FIIGHT: The 50's hit FC and Cheryl Michel. SEB
sponsored the dance.
Zaniness lnvades The Minds Of All
ABOVE: Some people will do anything to save 256 at the door to Mardi Gras . . . Andy Golba and Jack Botilla
slicked-down as a couple of card sharks. ABOVE RlGHT: "l'm just a girl who can't say no." lllene Jaynes
performed this tune at the CCF Variety Show.
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ABOVE: The SAGA sickness of '78 was
an illness of great concern to all. The
lBM's protest the action taken with an
"eat-in." Willard Moore, Jeff Madsen,
Tim Fuller, Larry Gates, Dennis Carey,
and Rodger Pelo catered their supper
One never knew just what
"wild 'n crazy" thing would
happen next. Almost once every
week, the statue of Ben Franklin
would have another intriguing
message pertaining to the
College. lt is reported that Ben
has grown 6" wider in the past
year from the numerous coats of
paint applied to him. The movie
"Halloween" inspired a visit to
Elsey from the Trust-ala spook
apparel. Residents would go on
TP sprees in Elsey keeping the
RA's on their toes. Fraternity and
sorority dances allowed people
to get wild with a reason. But
most people didn't need a
reason-they're just naturally
Craziness ! 149
RIGHT: Penny Phelps and Jeannine Swain enjoy the spring weather
Q between classes. BELOW: Rotagilla Band entertained the likes ot Steve
T Pizarek and Gay Valentine, plus a room full of others.
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150 X Doubling-Up
ABOVE: Two characters-Kim Carroll and Jana Anderson-watch the
crowd before class.
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Country Club. Marsha White listens to one ot Dr, George l.auney's "mind-blowing"
stories, RIGHT: Senior Night at Short's brought the old and new together. Kenny
Horton and Kevin Goen enjoy the celebration.
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before class. BELOW: Graduation Marshals Bob
Park and Melinda Macy "hoId up" the
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and professing his "winning" of the diploma.
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weather got a little nice.
BELOW: Senior wrestler and co-captain Todd Nobbe psyches-up prior to
the Indiana Central match.
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against Rose Hulman.
BELOW: Jim Wall gave a bit ol himself lo the
SAE-sponsored Blood Drive,
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Variety Show. Mohawk also performed in the Follies and at Spring Fling Day,
individuals X 153
FllGHTl Greg Smith and Dale Schmaltz leave Barnes Hall.
BELOW: "lt's over, it's over now." Terry Vick shows the proud
For those who graduated this year is f'jQ1-li-3 W
very easily identified. But there were '
other things which happened that will
become special in memories. The
changes in personnel, in
administrative posts and the faculty.
Spring Fling and its "aftermath" The
special friendships made and
strengthened. The realization that "we
are all in this together," this being
The people of FC made '78-'79, and
they will continue to make the future.
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ABOVE: The cool fall
afternoons were great for
kicking up a storm. Willard
Moore and Flodger Pelo
practice. RIGHT: For the
album. April Gausman, Cathy
Seamands, Carol Karst, and
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LEFT: Paul Cummings receives a special
recognition award at Commencement from
President Penn. BELOW' "Can you say
incredulous look?" Mary Kay Ferris smiles for
photographer Lu Young.
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ABOVE: Student Congress brought out the snow cone machine for Spring Fling. Cotton Candy was also offered. Julie Reynolds, Gary Teegarden, and Tom
Roach enjoy the free refreshments.
Closing X 155
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Abel, Philfgh 40
Addis, 65tar1ne 30, 41 , 50, 31, 104
'Ahl'1'1Gd, Farruque 48, 136, 138
Ahmed, Moin 32
Albertson, Co Co 36, 39, 67, 73, 74,
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Brown, Andrea 43, 33, 1 6 , 131
Brown, Brenda 28, 29, 50
Brown, Bruce 35
Brown, Jenny 21, 40, 50, 95, 133
Brown, Karen 28, 29, 49, 86, 129, 154
Brown, Scott 48, 95, 98, 130, 136,
Brown, Valerie 6, 7, 28, 29, 129, 132,
, Deborah 94, 131
Brummett, Jeff 41, 79
Anderson, Cheryl 31, 40, 41 , 86, 137 Buening' Becky 8, 69, 76
Af'ld9fSOl'l, Jana 30, 60, 67, 104, 150 Bultmany Ed 52, 105, 133
Af1dGfSO'1 -1911.531 56 , , ,,,eurnei1, Mary J. 41 , 51, 100, 131
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741 104 A 1, be ' Btirpo, Vince 40, 79
Anderson- Kel'l!1g,59, ' ,A . B eribark, Nancy 28, 49, 87
A0916 Bled 71 555 sp y Darlene 43, 50, 100
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Bell, ben 1, caiaiqr, Greg 53, 62, 95, 130, 137
Berry, Beth 281356 Caudill, Dean-n 38, 41 , 81 , 105
Berry, Pat 72 ,,,11 . cnamberaeindy 43, 51, 105
Billheimer, Polly 38, Cheek, Mary 50
Billings, Scott 40. , choke, Vicki 51 , 53, 67, 76, 77, 105
Bingham, Ginger Chowdury, Ejaz 1136, 138
Birge, Mick 48, 56 ,'. Chowdury, Nizafh 136
Bisong, Martha 50 W M Christman, Diafie 28
Blain, Phil 20, 49, 56 M '.ChriS1iar1, 36, 37, 56
Blevins, Dave 41 , 56 'T 1
Blomeke, John 37, 94, 99 ' r
Bodnar, Jim 41,56
Boggs, Roger 56
Bolinger, Mark 34, 86, 128, 132
Bordenkecker, Diana 8580, 50, 81 , 94
Borkowski, Robert 94 Q
Botilla, Jack 48, 56, 104, 149
Bottoms, Gary 32, 133
Bourquin, Ruth 25, 28, 29, 67, 129
Bowling, Kathy 86 3
Bradley, Larry 17, 36, 37, 94, 139
Braessler, Rich 53, 64, 95, 133
Brennan, Brenda 25, 30, 50, 86
Britton, Bill 40, 56, 105
Brock, Ginger 41
156 X Index
Christian, Micikey 105
Chu, Ekokcg552, 100, 138
Clay, Cheigyl 28, 53, 100
ClemonsgfGordon 53, 64
Cohen, Mark 37, 152
Colby, Teresa 33
Cole, Trace 48
Collier, Carmen 31 , 36, 51 , 81 , 100
Colza, Carol 28, 130
Compton, Mike 48
Conrad, Steve 87
Cook, Pat 48, 56
Cook, Sam 37, 129, 137
Cook, Steven 53, 95
Cooksey, Jeff 5, 36, 139
Cooper, Tim 56
Culver, Judy 1
Culver, Rick 48
Cutter, Lynda 8,
Davis, Zoe 53, 95,
Definer, Mike 23,
beiagrange, Mikel'2i3', 72, 87 ' 1
Demaree, Bob 34
DeMott, Kelli 100, 134, 135
iDenslaw, Debbie 4, 16, 51, 130
Dewey, Renee 14, 30, 31, 41, 81, 95
Dickerson, Chester 40, 85, 137
Dickerson, Mava 28, 41 , 81 , 85
Dillon, Andrea 28, 54, 81
Dixon, John 41 , 95, 137
Doherty, Trish 33, 138
Doles, Dan 105
Donaher, Trish 30
Dorsey, Pamm 66, 95
Dorulla, Bill 56, 57
Douda, Tom 34, 95
Dougherty, Art 32, 53, 133
Downey, Cathy 50
Drake, Loran 87, 130, 138
Drew, Sheryl 95
Due, Jim 40
Dyer, Laura 87
Donahue, Kathleen 39, 100
Dooley, Shirley 39
Eaton, Greg 56
Elbracht, Dena 51
Elliott, Mark 58, 87, 70
Evans, Greg 40, 87
Ewick, Belinda 38, 105
Farrington, Bill 36, 100
Farmer, Jeff 56 V
Fergason, 39, 87
Ferris, iviary g 42, 50, 101, 129, 131
Fenker, Mike 84
Fenwick, S 3-40, 81
Hasevvinkle, Tom 48, 49, 96, 136, 138
Hayes, Bob 66
Heath, Sandy 88, 130, 133, 139
Hefley, Karen 30, 53, 88
Heflin, Cindy 18, 42, 51, 96, 131
Heingartner, Kirt 48, 64
Henderson, Beth 101
Kleber, Chris 53, 79, 106
Kiisurich, George 40, 56, 106
Knott, Kim 50
Kovatch, Jim 26, 53, 96
Kovvatch, Karen 33, 43, 51, 106, 107
Krull, John 53,101
Kudo, Chizuko 136
Kuehn, Jeff 35
32, 33, 101
Lay, Kathy 39 89, 128
Dan 20 24 53
Joe 53, 56
Jim 18, 34
Index 7 157
McEvilly, Shelly 14, 30, 31 , 53, 96
McGriff, Ron 34
Mclntire, Donna 90
McKinney, Amy 28, 41 , 53, 81, 102
McKittrick, Rhonda 30, 90
McNamee, Liz 33, 102, 138
McPike, Pam 37, 51, 102, 134, 138
McSurdy, Debbie 31, 102
Meeke, Brian 35
Melvin, Karen 30,131
Merrick, Polly 52
Michel, Cheryl 42, 90, 131,154
Miles, Terri 50, 102
Miller, Debbie 33, 106
Miller, Keith 4, 52, 85, 102, 128, 131,
Miller, Suanne 39, 50, 102, 137
Miranda, Magda 36, 50, 106
Mitchell, Beth 42,,58, 76, 102
Mitchell, Paula 311'r-51901-134, 135
Mitsushima, Harry 97, 136,
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Miyat, Anthony97 "li
Moenter, Keith 48, 79
Moistner, Debbie 41, 97
Moody, Kim 28, 41, 50, 76
Moon, Barb 41, 102, 134, 152
Moore, Richard 106, 159
Moore, Willard 48, 49, 90, 138, 149
Morrison, Doug 41
Morrison, Rebecca 90
Mueller, Hank 41
Murnan, Shelly 28 ,
Muston, Janet 30, 69, 74, 137
Muth, Dave 36
Myers, Sarah 38, 41 , 51, 106
Napariu, Phil 53, 64, 97, 128
Nash, Bunny 8, 30, 31 , 36, 50, 90
Newman, Dave 53, 64, 65, 91
Newport, Cathy 4, 28, 36, 50, 106
Nguyen, Tan 53,136,138
Nobbe, Todd 70, 91, 130, 153
Norwaish, Tammy 97, 134
Nugent, Paula 33, 42, 136, 138
O'Dell, Mike 135
Olson, Mark 41 , 81
O'Neill, Lisa 33,138
Panuska, Mary J, 3, 28, 50, 97
Paquette, Karen 28, 41, 51 , 54, 74,
Pardieck, Sue 27, 60, 61, 91, 130, 151
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Park, Lyn 102, 134, 135
Park, Robert 134, 135, 151
Pelo, Rodger 5, 49,
136 138 1
Brent 53, 107
Poling, Karen 51 , 138
Poling, Wanda 41 ,
Porter, Keith 36, 48, 107
Potter, Tena 43, 50, 58, 59, 67, 82
Powers, Cindy 98
Rnloe, Jim 15, 22, 36, 37, 91, 137
Pries, Barb 31
Proctor, Darrell 102
Queener, Allison 26, 42, 50, 102, 128,
Rahman, Mamum 136
Raines, Walt 34, 55
Randolph, Betty 67, 76, 102
Ray, Robbie 53, 56, 98
Records, Elizabeth 91
Records, Jim 48, 49, 130, 132
Reece, Randy 64
Reid, Joe 56, 107
Relos, Bob 20, 32, 33, 53, 62,
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Renfro, Jan 107
Reynolds, Julie 41 , 50, 155 '
Rhodes, Dave 56
Richards, Cheryl 103
Richards, Thomas 103
Richardson, Jeff 107 is
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Schaefer, Mike 2
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Scollard, :Tom 41 , 56
Scott, Sue 38, 50
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Sokolek, Chris 33, 92, 138
Sons, Tom 36, 48
Stanfield, Susan 43, 83, 109
Stephenson, Kevin 64, 66
Stevens, Kevin 41, 79 -
Stevenson, Kevin 48
Stevenson, Mark 32, 62, 109
Stweart, Anne 2, 5, 52
Stewart, Charlene 28, 41 , 50, 104
Stokesberry, John 92
Stolarz, Jim 48, 56
Stovall, Deb 30, 53, 99
Such, Dave 48, 56, 79, 109
Swain, Jeannine 38, 53, 76
Sweeney, Cathy 58, 76
Sweeney, Kim 60
Swift, Rick 34, 134
Talhelrn, Jim 8, 53, 64
Taylor, Amy 33, 43, 50, 103, 1
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Urban, Mike 15, 36, 49, 72, 109, 139
VanDenburgh, Peg 55, 60, 69, 109
Vick, Terry 37,
Walker, Sandra 103
Wall, Jim 41,153
Walters, Joe 37
Vlhnegar, Doris 93
Vththerby, Toni 42, 47, 74, 139
Wojkovich, Marcia 28, 29, 51
Wood, Dean 56, 109
Woodling, Bruce 52
Woodrum, Loretta 52
Woods, Barb 26, 42, 43, 50, 128
Woods, Mary 50
Wray, Steve 56
Wright, Cheryl 30
Wright, Cindy 20, 31, 36, 50, 99
Diane M. 93
Karen 93, 130
Kathy 93, 130
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I 979 Alma hack Stats
Amy Taylor, Rhonda Balm-Co-Editors
Mary Jane Burnett
Mary Kay Ferris
Lu Ann Young
Thanks To: Newstoto Yearbooks, Dick Kennard
Franklin College Public Relations
Prof. Robert Chupp-Advisor
People of Franklin College
LEFT: The Greek Week cleaning crews made use ot the campus trash
receptacles. As the Muppets put it on the "Sesame Street Fever" album
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enjoy the autumn beauty. Shelly McEvilIy was caught one fall
morning. RIGHT: Renee Dewey and Patty Fleener share
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With an Indian Summer lingering into mid-
October, students found it hard to study when
warm temperatures and sunshine beckoned
them outdoors. Activities ranged from football
to tennis to reading under a tree to walking
around campus. Fall Fever day may have
officially come October 6, but many unofficial
"fever days" were proclaimed earlier.
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- t- before tossing to his partner. BELOW: Mike urban
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courts in the warm weather.
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Indiana ChiIdren's Museum touchable kits, which
are available for teaching purposes, to FC Public
Relations intern Debbie Denslaw. BELOW: Jeni
Sipes found out how bad the weather can reaily be
when she had to cali a tow truck to pull her car out
of the snow.
Snow, Travels, lniernships
Highlighi Winier Term '79
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their WT experiences. Keith Miller and
Greg Smith spent part ot Christmas
vacation and all of January
backpacking through 10 countries in
Europe. Six others, Nancy Fox, Fanny
lvanott, Randy Mason, Arnie Petre,
Patty Sexton and Page Townsend
accompanied associate Spanish
professor Alicia Pianca and retired FC
professor Myra McFadden on a
historical yet fun-filled trip to Puerto
ABOVE Diane Timbrook spent the month at Center Grove Middle school inthe PE. courses. ABOVE
LEFT Larry Bradley listens to the comments ot his Indiana State House advisor. LEFT: lcicles hung from
the Chapel Barnes Bryan and the Gut giving FC that "Winter Wonderland look.
Vthnter Term f 17
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Maryj holds in a duet with Margo Whitley CMme.
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brought laughter and old fashion romance to the FC
stage. Two of the nights were standing ovations. The
forest rangers, young ladies, indians, and the heroes and
villains sang and told of life in the Colorado Rockies.
Renee Dewey directed the fall semester production of
Charles Dickens' immortal "A Christmas Carol." Students
worked with children of the faculty to bring the seasonal
show to the stage. Patty Sexton and Dan LeClerc starred
as the Crachet parentsg Lazlo Pinnyei portrayed Scrooge.
"Three Rms Riv Vu" was the work of director Laura
Dyer, and was presented in early February. Bunny Nash
and Kent Robinson starred as two young people caught in
an unusual circumstance in an empty apartment.
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of West Chester Finishing School lament an afternoon without male
companionship. Laura Hale, Becky McCain, Terri Gerth, Cindy Heflin, Lisa Kitchen,
and Patty Fleener sing.
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ABOVE: Jeff King CCorporal Billyj tries to talk with Lewis Washington CChief Brown Beary.
Rangers John Markwalter and Roger King await the results. LEFT: Nancy Twinkle and
Corporal Billy had their own little romance going through the play. Bunny Nash and Jeff
King portray the couple.
ABOVE RIGHT: "Underneath the Colorado
moon . . Captain Jim Warrington courts Little
Mary. Bill Cox and Rita Williams played the roles.
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Sun 8: Heal Mark Spring
BIGHTQ Professor Alicia Pianca Cpicturedj and Professor Gardner Ashley teamed for a humorous
skit in the CCF Variety Show, BELOW: Frisbee golf was the craze as even tour near-graduates will
profess. Greg Smith, John Markwalter, Doug West, and Bob Belos pose before their final round.
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ABOVE: ll only Lu Young, Cathy Callon, Tom Roberts, and Phil Blain knew dealer Dan LeClerc was
about to throw a two of spades . . .
20 X Spring
ABOVE: Cindy Wright enjoys a soda while imprisoned
in the Panhel Jail. Undoubtedly, her roommate sem her
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ABOVE. Shorts Tavern closed their doors, but not
before SEB sponsored a Senior Night. Randy Pease
and Phil Abel reminisce about new and old times.
LEFT: "There goes a 10 in that red Chevy." Kathy
Laskowski and Lori Payton of The Swingers perform
in the CCF Variety Show
lt began with the long, cold weeks of waiting for the
snow to melt and Spring Break to arrive-the
phenomenon of l'Spring Fever." The "illness" peaked
upon the return from a week in Florida, Texas, or home.
The seven weeks until summer loomed ahead Activity
on the Mall increased The books came outdoors with
the Frisbees and suntan lotion. Elsey, Cline, and Bryan
beach populations swelled to capacity as people hit the
"sand" The Wright Brothers entertained Spring Fever
night after Horseshoe refreshments during the day.
Student Congress added to the Spring hysteria with an
unprecedented Spring Fling Day, Greek Week, Franklin
Follies, and Finals came much too quickly. And, in a
bewildered voice, people wondered where the second
semester had gone.
LEFT: WFCI-FM's annual Cancer Marathon moved
to Elsey lobby in '79. lllene Jaynes looks over the
album selection for sale to raise money in the
Marathon. Jenny Brown aids Jaynes.
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Saturday morning was campus clean-up time.
Elizabeth McDonald, ABOVE, and B. B. Schmid
police the tennis court area. Tom Robertson and
Mike Rosenfeld, RIGHT, give the sign a coat of
22 f Greek Week
Greek Week Action
Squeezed between the books and May
Sing practices, Greek Week added yet
another dimension to Greek and
From Monday's relay races to
Sunday's May Sing, competition and
good fun reigned. There were the
usual tricycle malfunctions, colds from
apple bobbing, dramatic softball
catches, and the beautifying of the
campus. But added to all this was the
constant threat of rain which
eventually cancelled the picnic and
Delta Zeta and Lambda Chi Alpha
claimed first places in May Sing.
Nancy Glover, Ken lnskeep, and Jim
Price were chosen as Outstanding
Greeks, DZ Ellen Richert was May
ABOVE: Vickie Kirby and several other students
enjoyed the teeter-totters. RIGHT: A May Sing tradition
was revived with the Daisy Chain. The women were
chosen from their respective sororities and
independent groups for the leadership they had given.
Lu Young and Nancy Glover were two of the 10 Greek
and Independent women on the Chain.
The end ofthe week brought the rain, but that
didn't dampen peoples spirit. LEFT: lt was a
chilly departure from the shores of Sugar Creek.
The SAE's and DZ's were the ralt race winners.
BELOW1 Mike Deffner rests before the
downpour which cancelled the rope pull and
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IZ8 Students Become 5g,ffj,g.5-ft., f
Franklin Alumni May 26th
For the 145th time, Franklin College
conducted its Baccalaureate and
Commencement exercises. Franklin
alumnus Dr, J. Ralph Beaty spoke at
Baccalaureate service where he
challenged students to seek the "third
choice" in their lives. Dr. I. George
Blake led the dedication ofthe Robert
Homer Kent memorial Chapel window.
The Gathering also sang in the
Dan LeClerc, representing the Class
of 1979, reminded people not to forget
the past. LeClerc also read a special
congratulatory letter from President
Jimmy Carter. Bachelor's degrees and
Academic Honors were given to the
118 Spring graduatesg 10 students
received their degrees December 10.
Honorary degrees were awarded to
the Rev. Dr. J. Ralph Beaty, Thomas
W. Braden, and Commencement
speaker George Doup.
Dr. George V. Launey was awarded
the Roger D. Branigin Excellence in
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ABOVE: Dr. George V. Launey was awarded the
Roger D. Branigin Excellence in Teaching Award at
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ABOVE: At the request of Senior class TOP: The "Third Choice" was the topic
representative Dan LeClerc, President Jimmy Baccalaureate speaker Dr. J. Ralph Beaty
Carter sent his words ot encouragement to the ABOVE: George Doup was awarded an
graduates. Honorary Doctor ot Law Degree. Doup was also
the Commencement speaker
LEFV: For the 145th tame. graduates turned thelr tasslesto torn the alumnl
ranks. Ruth Bourquln and Brenda Brennan follow Dan LeClerc rn the
symbollc gesture BELOW' lt may have taken Sherry Rumble a but longer to
get her degree, but her smlle was matched vvrth her 128 classmates happy
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ABOVE Jeanne Fitzgerald, Nancy Fox, and Tim Garner all check
the looks ol their diplomas, LEFT Presldent Penn and Ken lnskeep
exchange not only a dlploma, but a lew comments as well.
Commencement f 25
BELOW: Tim Leonard of Trust II answers trivia questions in the College Bowl. ' -
Mike Schaefer, Don Bell, and Jim Kovatch await Leonard's answer. RIGHT:
Marchelle Peyton, Barb Woods, Allison Queener, and Beth Slack take-in the fall
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LEFT: The SAE cannon symbolically signals a
Grizzlie touchdown. ABOVE: Marc Flucker, LCA
was named Panhel's "King of the Road."
LEFV: RA Sue Pardieck absorbs the last ot the
summers sunshine, BELOVV: Elsey RHAC
Sponsored an "Apple Night" near Halloween,
Nancy Glover attempts the marshmallow game.
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T Tri-Delis Ca pture Homecoming And Scholarship
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i TOP ROW: Carol Colza, Margo Thomas, Diana Hutt, Karen Brown, Carol
Karst, Valerie Brown, Gay Valentine, Denise Garau, Nancy Busenbark.
SECOND ROW: April Gausman, Cathy Seamonds, Ruth Bourquin, Fanny
lvanhoft. THIRD ROW: Leda Phenis, Judy Youngblood, Kathy Valentine,
Denise Marulic, Mava Dickerson, Lori Long. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Silliman,
Beth Vandivier, Brenda Brown, Venetia Hubbard, Karen Paquette, Mary
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Cathy Newport, Amy McKinney, Jeni Sipes, Beth Berry, Diane Christman,
Liz Lynn, Jame McCormick, Charlene Stewart. BOTTOM ROW: Debbie
Mays, Marcia Wojkovich, Shelley Murnan, Andrea Dillon, Meg Beach, Karen
Simone, Kim Moody, Julie Pajor,
ABOVE: Ruth Bourquin was awarded a Harvard
University Law School Scholarship and the highest FC
Academic award at Commencement.
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Homecoming was the time for the
women of Delta Delta Delta. Paired
with the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity, the Tri-Delts won first place
in the Homecoming house
decorations. Sister Valerie Brown was
also chosen Homecoming Queen,
Several service projects were
undertaken by both the DDD 14-
member pledge class and the active
chapter. The 24-hour Bock-A-Thon
and stationery sale benefited the 95200
annual scholarship and the DDD
national philanthropy. The pledge
class also held their dance, "Academy
Awards," at Fox Cliff.
The Franklin chapter was the winner
of the State Scholarship award for Tri-
Delta chapters. Liz Lynn and Karen
Brown were recipients ofthe chapter's
Little and Big Sponsor Scholarship
The women of Delta Delta Delta
were active in several campus
LEFT1 The Tri-Delts rocked the night away to
raise money for the S200 FC scholarship
Brenda Brown winces as she opens another
LEFT: Marcia Wojkovich prepares for a
squirt gun shower in the DDD Mardi Gras
Delta Delta Delta f 29
FRONT ROW: Rhonda McKittrick, Deb Stovall, Ginger Bingham, Diana Karen Melvin, Lorraine Pitcock, Brenda Brennan, Tammy Baker, Terri Gerth
Bordenkecker, Karen Hetley, Diane Glougie, BACK ROW: Colleen Sexton, Renee Dewey, Nadine Poland, Monica Lorenz, Shelly McEvilly, Gwen Smith
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FRONT ROW: Kim Carroll, Trish Donaher, Elizabeth
McDonald, Ellen Richert, Roxanne Addis, Jana
Anderson SECOND ROW: Julie Wells, Deanne
Caudill, Karen Kenley BACK ROW: Jenny Foster,
B, B Schmid, Cheryl Wright, Janet Muston.
The May Sing stage was transformed
into a Florida beach as the Delta Zeta
women sang their way to a first place
finish. Sister Ellen Richert reigned as May
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF with the Phi
Delta Theta fraternity and Christmas
caroling, plus participation in the WFCI-
FM Cancer Marathon and KDR Dance
Marathon were some activities the DZ's
were involved in.
Bunny Nash was honored as
Outstanding DZ Senior at State Day. The
Psi chapter also won commendation for
Membership quota and Most Efficient
The 16-member pledge class treated
the members to a Barroom Brawl. Pledge
Elizabeth McDonald was recipient of the
Kathy McGinnis Memorial Award.
Roxanne Addis was Outstanding Pledge,
Karen Kenley won Pledge Scholarship.
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thoughts about the Homecoming game.
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some rays and talk between classes. BELOW
Renee Dewey lets the crowd know just who
scored the last touchdown rn womens IM
football. Jenny Foster, Nadlne Poland, Shelly
McEvrlly, and Dlana Bordenkecker head
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FRONT ROW: Barb Pries, Cheryl Anderson, Arnie Petre. BACK BOW' Patty Fleener, Cihdy Wright, Paula Mitchell,
Deb McSurdy, Bunny Nash, Carmen Collrer.
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Delta Zeta f 31
RIGHT Worknng on theur second place
Homecoming decoratlons are Dave Lawson
and Moun Ahmed, The KDR's teamed wlth
the Pu Beta Phu women
FRONT ROW Gary Bottoms, Rat Cowger.
Gary Schenkel, SECOND ROW' Art
Dougherty. Bob Relos, John Warner BACK
ROW' Ken Inskeep, Mark Stevenson, Dave
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FRONT ROW: Debbie Miller, Barb Jones, Liz McNamee, Trish Doherty, Lo
Payton. BACK ROW: Paula Nugent, Chris Sokolek, Karen Kowatch, Amy
Taylor, Lisa O'Neill, Julie Wells, Leanne Sauer, Teresa Colby.
Sponsoring their second dance Marathon, the Kappa
Delta Rho fraternity raised over S900 for the Franklin area
Senior Citizens. The men also conducted weekly Sunday
services at Homeview Nursing Home as well as tutoring at
Webb Elementary school.
The Epsilon colony of KDR was awarded two National
awards: Scholarship and special recognition for the first
Dance Marathon. Campus-wide, KDR's had the second
highest Greek GPA., and led the FC fraternities in
scholarship. Combining with the women of Pi Beta Phi, the
men placed second in Homecoming decorations. The
chapter also participated in Mardi Gras, Campus Clean-up,
and May Sing.
Ken lnskeep of KDR was named Co-Outstanding Greek
Man of the year.
Several picnics and weekly social hours were held with the
brothers and Little Sisters of the Light.
LEFT: Senior KDR Bob Relos bags some big
game trash during campus clean-up.
Kappa Delta Rho f 33
LEFT: Dave Lawson and Teresa Colby ready the cards
and big bucks at Mardi Gras. Jeff Madsen is the dealer
f, FRONT ROWt Rick Swift, Ron McGritf, Ralph Feeney. BACK ROW: Darrell
l Patton, Jeff King, Jerry Culver.
Al 1 Scott Bailey, Larry Lux, Mark Bolinger, Jim Lewis, Tim Garner.
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FRONT ROW, Mike Kieffer, Wall Raines, Mike Rosenfeld. BACK ROW: Bob Demaree, Glen Baker,
Bill Holt, Marc Rucker, John Hartnett, Tom Douda.
Q, ABOVE: Glen Baker shows the form needed in the LCA
i ' Watermelon seedspitting contest during the
T Homecoming Week Watermelon Bust.
1 341 Lambda Chi Alpha
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Belcher sprint down Jefferson St. during the
LCA Run For Those Who Can't,
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The brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha donned
white shirts and narrow ties and then sang their
way through a collection of "Blues Brothers"
hits to capture first place in May Sing
LCA sponsored the Bun For Those Who
Can't and a Homecoming lvlum sale in the tall.
With the ZTA's, the men trick-or-treated for
UNICEF. Boy's Club work, a Founders Day
celebration, and an Easter Egg Hunt for faculty
children rounded out the Chi's service
The brothers won first place in "A" league
llvl football as well as a first place finish in llVl
wrestling. Several Chi's participated in
theatrical and musical productions.
Lambda Chi Alpha X 35
TOP TO BOTTOM' Keith Porter, Gary Scudder, Tim Parks, Bill Farrington, Tom
Sons, Dave Muth, Mike Urban, Jeff Cooksey,
BELOW. The Phi Delt ll brain machine was put to the test during the College
Bowl Matt Carrico, Dave Christian, Larry Bradley, and Jim Price composed the
FRONT BOW: Meg Beach, Colleen Sexton, CoCo Albertson, lllene Jaynes,
Becky I-lorstman, Cindy Wright, Nadine Poland. BACK ROW: Andrea
Brown, Mindie Jewell, Cathy Newport, Paula Young, Pam McPike, Liz Smith,
Carmen Collier, Arnie Petre, Bunny Nash, Kim Smith, Magda Miranda,
36 f Phi Delta Theta
FRONT BOW. Jim Price, John Blomeke, Larry Bradley, Art Webb,
Dave Gemmer, Gary Teagardin, Bob Smith, Kevin l-loltsclaw BACK
BOW: Sam Cook, Terry Vick, Gary l-lammond, Joe Walters, Chris
Poe, Dave Christian, Barth Fisher, Roger King, Rick Richmond, Steve
Marcum, Doug West
Tops Phi Della
A lOOfMi initiation and the initiation of Dr. Thomas
Howald are two of the Phi Delta Theta's highlights. The
chapter also took trips to the Clyde Beatty Circus,
Bradford Woods, and participated in the Indiana Delta
All-Phi basketball tourney.
Along with the full initiation, the PDT pledge class
was the top ranked Greek pledge class in scholarship.
The entire chapter was second in fraternity GPA. A
National award in both Scholastic achievement and
Chapter Improvement were earned by the men.
Phi Delt Jim Price was named Co-Outstanding Greek
Man of the year. Tim Park's received the chapters
Outstanding Pledge award.
The brothers participated with the Zeta's in the
Homecoming Cart-a-Thong trick-or-treating for UNlCEF
was done with the DZ's. Greek Week softball was won
by the PDT's and Pi Phi's. Phi Delta Theta placed
second in May Sing.
Monthly birthday dinners, cookouts, and socials
were conducted with the Little Sisters ofthe Sword.
LEFT: The patented Mark Cohen cream caught many people off-
guard at Mardi Gras as the Phi Delts once again sold contracts to
cream pie one's favorite person,
Phi Delta Theta f 37
Twenty-four hour marathons
seemed to be an integral part of the Pi
Beta Phi chapters life. With the Sigma
Alpha Epsilon fraternity, the women
played volleyball to raise money for
Muscular Dystrophy. Over S400 was
raised by PBP for their national
philanthropy Arrowmont in the 24-
hour Games Marathon. Elsey Hall's
laundry room also got a new coat of
paint as a Pi Phi service project.
Nancy Glover of PBP was named
Outstanding Greek Woman of 1979.
The sisters took the Greek Week relay
races, softball, and trivia bowl with
Kappa Delta Rho, Phi Delta Theta, and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, respectively.
Their "Fiddler on the Roof" rendition
placed second in May Sing.
The 15-member pledge class gave a
surprise Christmas party for their
members in addition to their pledge
dance. Joni Anderson was named
RIGHT: Outdoor studying wasn't confined to any
one group of people. Jean McErlane takes time
to smile for photographer Kent Robinson,
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FRONT ROWz Beth Gilliland, Sue Scott, Debbie Kehrt, Joni Anderson, Wellman, Kim Smith, Nan Scanlan, Mindie Jewell, Janet Robertson,
Belinda Ewick, Polly Billheimer, BACK ROW: Sarah Myers, Jennifer Jeannine Swain.
38 f Pi Beta Phi
FRONT ROW: Stacie Fisch, CoCo Albertson,
Kim Gross, Kathleen Donahue. BACK ROW:
Cheryl Rodgers, Sharon Geurts, Sue Anne
Miller, Janet Petersen, Shirley Dooley.
LEFT: Nancy Glover rises to the occasion during
College Bowl to answer one ol the many
questions. Karen Kissick, Kim Gross, and Jean
McErlane enjoy Glover's answering style.
Pi Bela Phi
FRONT ROW' Jean McErlane, Nancy Glover,
Karen Kissick. BACK ROW: Holly Fergason,
Kathy Lay, Vickie Vandivier.
Pi Beta Phi X 39
SAE s Big Winners In
Greek Week Ac+ivi+ies
ABOVE The SAE s teamed wnth Pu Beta Phu to raise money for Muscular
Dystrophy wuth a 24 hour volleyball marathon. George Klisurich dinks the
ball as Mark Olson prepares to block.
FRONT ROW: Jim Bodnar, Kevin Yoas, Faizul Hug, Bill Avery, Kevin Stevens, Dave Blevins, Doug Morrison, SECOND ROW: Mike
Fenker, Hank Mueller, Peter Cangany, Woody Atwood, John Dixon, Morey l-lamilton, Mark Olson, Lazlo Pinnyei BACK ROW: Jim
Wahl, Mike Deffner, Jeff Brummett, Brian Houston, Tom Scollard.
The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
braved the cold water of Sugar
Creek to win the Greek Week raft
race. With the DZ's, the SAE's won
relay races, Pi Beta Phi-SAE
combined for the Trivia Bowl title.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity sponsored the annual
Blood Drive on campus and is
sponsoring the Campus Foster
Child for a month. With the PBR
women, the men raised money for
Muscular Dystrophy with a 24-hour
Intramural athletics featured
several SAE championship teams: B
league football, B and C league
basketball, A league softball, and IM
track. SAE's were also involved in
several campus activities.
Homecoming house decorations
with DDD produced a first place
trophy. Brad Burpo was named
FRONT ROW: De Anne Caudill, Roxanne Addis, Terri
Gerth, Lynda Cutter, Mary Burnett. SECOND ROW:
Amy McKinney, Ginger Brock, Sarah Myers, Carrie
Topel, Wanda Poling, Brenda Kight, BACK ROW: Liz
Lynn, Kim Moody, Jane McCormick, Kathy Silliman,
FRONT ROW: Fanny lvanhoff, Karen Paquette, Julie
Reynolds, Leda Phenis, Gwen Smith, Mava Dickerson,
Carol Karst. BACK ROW: Venetia Hubbard, Renee
Dewey, Sharon Geurts, Monica Lorenz, Barb Moon,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon X 41
Hoagies: Zeta Tau Alphag
ZTA Sisters 2 "We Are Family"
FRONT ROW: Beth Mitchell, Marcia
Perrings, Allison Oueener, Kathy Tucker,
SECOND ROW: Brenda Sefton, Lu Young,
Cheryl Michel, Rita Williams. THIRD ROW:
Paula Nugent, Jenny Brown, Cindy Hetlin,
Jeanne Fitzgerald, BACK ROW: Toni
Witherby, Cindy Lester, Cathy Callon,
Melinda Macy, Vickie Kirby, Mary Kay Ferris.
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42 f Zeta Tau Alpha
women graduated. R
ABOVE: Sisters Beth Slack, Nancy Liston, and Barb Woods
"Hoagie Sale" is the term most synonymous
with the women ot Zeta Tau Alpha. The 15-
member pledge class held numerous sales to
raise money tor their pledge function-"Y'All
Come"-and a special Big Sister Week.
Service projects were carried on by the
women. The Homecoming weekend Cart-A-
Thon with Phi Delta Theta fraternity, trick-or-
treat for UNICEF with the Lambda Chi Alpha
fraternity, canned food drive at Thanksgiving,
and the May sponsorship ofthe Campus
Foster Child were just a tew ot the projects
The Beta Theta chapter won honors both
Nationally and Statewide. The National
Activities Award was given to the FC chapter at
the 1978 summer convention. Lu Ann Young
was named top Senior Woman at ZTA State
Day, the FC group won the Scholarship Award
at the state level. The pledge class was top
GPA winner ot the sororities on campus.
Melinda Macy was tabbed as Most Panhellenic
Woman. Amy Taylor was Outstanding ZTA
LEFT Christmas is a special time of the year for ZTA
pledges. Kathy MacDonald opens the gift Santas elf-
Barb Woods-sent her,
FRONT ROW: Lisa Sellers, Darlene Bush, Paula French, Becky Horstman, Karen Kowatch, Marchelle Peyton. BACK ROW: Andrea
Brown, Amy Taylor, Kathy MacDonald, Tena Potter, Cindy Chambers, Susan Stantield.
Zeta Tau Alpha f 43
Are We Becoming Too Much
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Of A uitcase nstitution?
5 CEditor's Note: The following has been reprinted with the number of out-of-state students decreases. Freshman
, I permission from TI-IE FRANKLIN, Volume 74, Number 5, Mindie Jewell, native of Columbus, said, "It's only a twenty
. Cctober 20, 1978. Teresa Colby is the by-lined writer.j minute drive, so l go home about twice a week, and
. sometimes on the weekends I go to work and to do my
Q I Franklin College has long been considered a "suitcase Iaundry."
y college," a college whose students migrate to and from their Nolan Cooper, vice president for admissions and financial
A homes every weekend. On Fridays the students load up their aid, added that 19 percent of the Franklin student body are
I cars with dirty laundry for mom and an empty wallet for dad, commuters.
and on Sunday nights they unload their cars and cram for Many of the "suitcase" students are freshmen. The main
Monday's exams. reason most freshmen go home appears to be a certain
Many students questioned recently in a man-on-the-street amount of homesickness. Says freshman Debbie Miller, "I
poll believe Franklin falls into the category of "suitcase leave because I want to see my boyfriend, and I just like to go
colleges" and a majority believe so because they themselves home."
I are Hsuitcase students" or had been told that Franklin is a Another freshman, Marchelle Peyton, said, "When nothing
, suitcase school. is going on here, like a home football game, I usually go
I I Student Entertainment Board director Mike Zarr said SEB home to be with my parents."
has been trying to keep more students on campus during the In many cases, as students get older they go home less
weekends by scheduling more activities. "We plan to have at often. Most upperclassmen agree that they stay at schools
least a movie every weekend," Zarr said. on the weekends simply because they have more to do here.
Student Congress President Scott McKain said SEB is Senior Chris Sokolek said that she finds that "more and more
doing a better job than last year and added that attendance you just need to be on campus."
at SEB events has improved over previous years. Karen Kissick, also a senior, said, "Most of my friendsare
Yet a number of students continue to be homeward bound here, and after a time you outgrow your parents."
i on weekends. Junior Kathy Watt added, "I don't have a way home
I i One contributing factor to FrankIin's "suitcase" image is because I don't have a car, so I do things here with my
that an increasing number of students are from Indiana while
ABOVE: Come Monday morning nary a parking space was to be found, but from Friday afternoon until late Sunday night, persons could pick from a variety of
44 f Suitcase College
parking spaces due to the mass migration away from Franklin College to home.
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Commuters make up almost W of
the Franklin College student body.
These students range in age from
the usual 18 year-old freshman to
the not-so-unusual 45 to 50 year-
old adult who has returned to
school to get their degree. Many
commuters leave from their homes
to get to classes before most on-
campus dwellers have turned the
alarm off for the FIRST time.
Surrounding Johnson County has
the largest number of commuters,
but others come from Columbus,
Greenfield, Shelbyville, and other
towns nearby and tar away.
Fraternities and sororities have
their share ofthe commuting
membership. Other campus
organizations and activities have an
active commuter participation.
Theatre, music, publications, and
the myriad of things to do are
covered by the commuters as well
as the on-campus population.
Franklin College otters a useful
alternative to the completion of a
college degree with their strong
46 f Commuters
ABOVE: For most commuting students, their cars become the store place of books, lunches, coats, and chaos
Toni Witherby also utilizes her Gremlin's root in unloading books for the day
Commu+ers Juggle Classes,
Homelife, And Work To AHend FC
ABOVE: Students vveren't the only people
who had to commute to Franklin College.
LEFV: The benches in front of the library
were a popular meelrng place lor commuters
and on-campus students.
Commuters f 47
FRONT ROW: Harry Mitsushima, Willard Moore, Mike Compton, Mick Birge, Chris Poe, Jeff Atwood, Scott Brown CRAJ, Keith Porter,
Dave Kysar CRAJ, Keith Moenter, BACK ROW: Alan Routier, Terry Wellsand, Matt Seifert, Brent Sewell, Dave Phenis, Martin Hanson, Pat
Cook, John Snavley.
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ABOVE: Jim Records congratulates teammate Dennis Carey after
the IBM's claimed College Bowl in the Fall. Larry Gates and Tom
Hasewinkle also celebrate the win.
FRONT ROW: Jack Bottilla, Mike Delagrange, John Williams, Doug
Vanderkolk, Randy Schlundt, Brad Riley. SECOND ROW: Tom
Kapitan, Dave Such, Farruque Ahmed, Greg Hofield, Trace Cole.
THIRD ROW: Jeii Warner, Kevin Yoas, Tim Dant, Joe Galovic,
FOURTH ROW: Cris Cormican, Todd Nobbe CRAJ, Brian Beckham,
Tim Garner, Kevin Stevenson, Jim Stolarz, Jelt Phillips. BACK
ROW: Jamie Pierce, Kirt Heingartner, Rick Culver CRAJ, John
LaGrange, Mark Zimmerman, Tom Sons.
48 1 Bryan, Park Street ,
CLOCKWISE: Karen Brown, Lisa Kitchen, Lisa Rosenberger, Margo
Thomas, Nancy Busenbark, Margo Whitley, April Gausman, Cathy
FRONT ROW1 Jeff Madsen, Kent Robinson, Rodger Pelo, Tom Hasewlnkle,
Tim Fuller, Harry Mitsushima. BACK ROW: Dennis Carey, lngemar Harris,
Vlhllard Moore, Don Bird, Keith Whiting.
LEFT2 Bryan Beach became quite popular as
li ,. soon as the temperatures made sunbathing
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Bryan Has Variety
FRONT ROW: Tim Fuller, Dennis Carey. SECOND ROW: John Warner,
Jeff Madsen, Tom Hasewinkle, Jim Records CRAJ, Phil Blain, Jett Warner,
Mike Urban. BACK ROW: Tom Williamson, Joe Galovic.
Bryan, Park Street f 49
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FRONT' Brenda Sefton, Mary Cheek. SECOND
ROW Terri Miles, Tena Potter, Janet Petersen, Sue
Anne Miller, Julie Reynolds. THIRD ROW: Carol
Williamson, Kerri Perkinson, Magda Miranda, Kim
Smith, Beth Berry BACK ROW, Andrea Balmer
CRAJ, Steph Howard, Kathy Tucker, Cathy Newport,
Kim Gross, Sue Scott.
FRONT ROW. Mary Woods, Page Townsend, Carol
Karst, Karen Kissick CRA7, Kathy Watt SECOND
ROW Deb l-lomrnel, Kathy Valentine, Fanny
lvanhoft, Brenda Brennan, Lorraine Pitcock, Patty
Fleener, Charlene Stewart. BACK ROWi Jeni Sipes,
Denise Marulic, Venetia Hubbard, Kim Moody,
Gwen Harvey, Jane McCormick, Darlene Bush,
Jenny Brown, Mary Jo Panuska, Nan Scanlan,
FRONT ROWi Beth Slackylllene Jaynes, Joni
Anderson, Karen Kenley, Bunny Nash, Amy
Taylor. SECOND ROW Marchelle Peyton,
Lu Young, Nadine Poland, Brenda Brown,
Allison Oueener, Jenny Foster, Cathy
Downey, Mary Kay Ferris, Diana
Bordenkecker BACK ROW: Jeanne
Fitzgerald, Barb Woods, Roxanne Addis,
Cheryl Anderson CRAJ, Kim Knott, Cindy
50 X Elsey
BELOW: Elsey Second North's "Nut House" was well-protected by RA
Cheryl Anderson. Anderson was often victim to SPOR activity.
Elsey Women Sun
Cn "Private" Beach
FRONT ROW: Karen Paquette, Pam McPike, Karen Kovvatch, Carmen Collier,
Sindy Heflin, Celeste Sexton, BACK ROW: Kim Carroll, Terri Gerth, Karen
FRONT ROW: Shari Smith, Viclgi Choka, Paula French, Nancy Liston, Martha Bisong, Sarah Myers, Marcia Perrings, Mindie Jewell, Liz
Smith, Lisa Marion, Rhonda Balm, Andrea Brown, BACK ROW: Marcia Wojkovich, Hyacinth Joseph, Diane Timbrook, Jean McErlane, Lisa
Sellers, Mary Roehrs, Cindy Chambers, Dena Elbracht, Mary Burnett, Beth Vandivier, Brenda Kight, Deb Denslaw CRA,RAJ.
Elsey X 51
BOTTOM: Polly Merrick, Zoe Davis, Ruth Garriott, Paula Young. BACK
ROW: Kathy Laskowski, Lori Payton, Anne Stewart stand-in, Sue Wilhite,
BELOW: Lori Long completes one ot students favorite chores-the laundry.
FRONT ROW: Bruce Woodiing, Solomon Chu, Jett Scalt, Tom Roberts. SECOND ROW: Don France, Greg Cataldi QRAJ, Scott I
Kroening, Kevin Richwalski, Keith Miller, Kirk Badgero, Jon Robison, Ken Horton. TOP: Faizul Huq, Gary Lewis, Todd Yates, Ed
52 I Cline, Hoover
Buttman, Don Martin, Tom Roach, Gary Schenkel, Kevin Goen.
FRONT ROW Cheryl Clay, Tonya Smith.
Liz Lynn, Amy McKinney, Jeannine Swain.
Gwen Smith SECOND ROW: Penny
Phelps, Patty Sexton LRAQ stand-in, Sharon
Geurts, Monica Lorenz, Little McEvilIy,
Wanda Poling, Shelly McEviIIy BACK
' ROW. Tammy Baker, Sue Trolanowski.
Karen Hefley, Deb Stovall.
FRONT ROW. Dave Newman, Ken Inskeep, Art Dougherty, Joe Carrigan
SECOND ROW Gordy Clemons, Rich Braessler, Mike Huebner, Doug
West. THIRD ROW Steve Vernasco, Joe Lesko, Joe Hartman BACK
ROW Jim Talhelm, Bruce Flint, Steve Corya, Brent Peters, Tim Leonard
CRAJ, Rick Culver
FRONT ROW' Don Bell, Jeff Anderson, Steve
Cook, Bob Relos, Greg Smith, John Markvvalter.
Phil Napariu, Terry Jobe, Mike Hudson, Tim
Jobe, BACK ROW' Mike Definer, Jim Kovach,
Chris Kleber, John Schoentrup, John Krull, Mike
Schaefer, Robbie Ray, Tan Nguyen, Mike White,
Rick Malone, Dan LeCIerc CRAD.
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BELOW: Congratulations were in order for Rick Malone C435 following his
successful field goal kick against Indiana Central. RIGHT: Kathi Gray and Judi
Warren trap the Ball State ballhandler with their press. The women came from
54 X Sports
behind to beat the Cardinalettes.
LEFT: Dale Schmaltz holds his position before
turning the tables on his opponent. ABOVE: What's
spirit without cheerleaders? Steve Marcum, Andrea
Dillon, Art Webb, and Karen Paquette arouse the
LEPF: Chi quarterback Wall Raines rolls around end
as faculty player Dan Wheeler chases him down.
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RIGHT: A double rainbow arches above Shirk Hall after an early morning rain.
BOTFOM: Illene Jaynes, Joni Anderson and Ann Stewart enjoy a break between
classes on a sunny tall afternoon. BELOW: Junior Mike Schaefer's tug-of-war
efforts end up slightly dampened with a fall in Hurricane Creek.
2 f Opening
lniuries Plague Grizzlies:
'Optimism' ls Key
Injuries contributed to the record, many personal bests were Collegiate Conference. Individual
disappointing 1-9 season record attained. John Williams was selected performances by fullback Joe Galovic
posted by the Grizzly football team. to the All-Conference squad along and offensive linemen Randy Pease,
The entire defensive line as well as with being named Honorable Mention Russ Gant, Jeff Farmer, and Mark
other team members tell victim to NAIA All-American Punter. With 43 Zimmerman were also bright spots in
injuries all season. pass receptions to his '78 season, Jeff the year.
Despite the overall poor team Atwood was named All-Heartland
RIGHT: Jett Atwood holds as Rick
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4 Randy Pease, Russ Lindner, Russ Gant, Mark Elliott, Jeff Phillips, Dave Coach Stewart Faught. FIFTH ROW: Coach John Chiarotti, Bill Whitley, Bill
Blevins. SECOND ROW: Roger Boggs, Pat Cook, John Williams, Jett Atwood, Avery, Jim Bodnar, Kevin Yoas, Bill Dorulla, Dave Rhoades, Rich Godan,
John Hall, Joe Galovic, Jack Botilla, Tim Sharpe, Brian Beckham. THIRD Todd Angleton, Coach Dana Standeter. SIXTH ROW: Coach Bill Unsworth,
ROW: Tom Scollard, Greg Hofteld, Robbie Ray, Dave Such, Brad Angle, Mark Keasling, Tom Kapitan, Joe Reid, Steve Teagarden, Jim Stolarz, Phil
Woody Atwood, Dean Wood, Martin Hanson, Brad Riley, Basem Shammas. Blain, Bob Cox. BACK ROW: Steve Wray, Kevin Beanblossom, Joe Lesko,
FOURTH ROW: Bill Britton, Rusty Cullom, Joe Hartman, Rick Malone, Jeff Mick Birge, Mike Detfner, Eric Hunsucker, Rick Culver, Greg Eaton.
56 f Football
LEFIT Woody Atwood turns the corner looking tor yardage against Indiana
Central, BELOW: While the defense prepares for the next play, Bill Dorulla
looks for the signal.
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ABOVE: Co-Captain Steph Howard comes out on defense.
Sue Goembel, Mary Boehrs, Marcia Perrings fhiddenj, Tena
Potter, and Mary Freeland defense the goal area,
58 f Field Hockey
FRONT BOW: Tena Potter, Beth Mitchell, Pam Jewell, Nancy Liston, Kim Carroll, Judi
Warren. SECOND BOW: Coach Jenny Johnson, Sue Goembel, Joni Anderson, Jennifer
Wellman, Steph Howard, Mary Boehrs, Diane Timbrook, Vicki Choka. BACK ROW: Cathy
Callon, Melinda Macy, Cindy Lester, Mary Freeland, Cathy Sweeney, Marcia Perrings.
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season. The year ended for the Grizzliettes with a loss to Indiana
University in the State tournament and a 5-9-1 record.
Kim Carroll, freshman, led the team in scoring. She was followed
by Judi Warren. Diane Timbrook's speed was noted as an asset to the
squad. Coach Jenny Johnson felt individual improvement was the
biggest gain of the '78 season.
Senior Co-Captains Steph Howard and Mary Freeland graduate
leaving Johnson with 17 experienced players.
LEFT: Speedy Judi Warren chases down the ball, Joni Anderson is a ready assistant.
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LEFT: Mary Roehrs sets for defense while Jennifer Wellman attempts the
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FRONT ROW' Peggy VanDenburgh, Sue Pardleck, Tammy Schumm,
Jana Anderson, Paula French, Karen Kenley. BACK ROW: Lisa Sellers,
Coach Mark Britner, Lisa Fisher, Nan Scanlan, Kim Sweeney, Colleen
60 X Volleyball
ABOVE: Jana Anderson C145 sets for Lisa Sellers C41 Both freshmen provided
strong off-the-bench strength.
FC Athletic Squad
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LEFT: Colleen Sexton C233 was FC's
powerspiker. Senior Sue Pardieck C33 readies for
defense. BELOW LEFT: First-year coach Mark
Britner talks to his squad between matches.
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assumed by Paula French.
1 371 - ' l? Franklin's volleyball squad not only
adapted to both a new coach-Mark Britner
-and six freshmen, but the team had the
best overall won-loss record ot any FC
athletic team in '78-79.
Outstanding character, cooperation, and
a superior attitude among team members
were listed by Britner as the keys to the 28-6
year. The Grizzliettes played their season
best against Vincennes in the District
Two ofthe 11 starters, Sue Pardieck and
Lisa Fisher, graduate leaving a solid nucleus
of experienced players behind them.
Volleyball X 61
RIGHT1 Freshman Kevin Huneck nears the finish
line in the DePauw dual meet. LOWER RIGHT1
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: FRONT ROW-Pat
Cowger, Don Pittman, Gary Gosch. BACK BOW-
Coach John Carlson, Bob Relos, Mark Stevenson.
, Greg Cataldi, Kevin Huneck, and John Warner were
absent BELOW: John Carlson acted as "part-time"
cross country coach.
62 f Cross Country
ABOVE: Senior Bob Relos exhibits concentration and determination during a home meet.
Key To Success
For the first time in quite a while, the
cross-country team has become a
competitive squad for Franklin College.
The '78 season was the harrier's best
since 1971 . The team finished with a 5-5
record and 1Oth out of 17 teams at the
Little State meet.
Team captain Bob Relos proved to be
the 1121 man throughout the season.
Relos gave an outstanding performance
at the Grace Invitational placing 12th,
and finished well in Little State
competition. Relos was voted Most
The strength of the team was based
upon letter winners Pat Cowger, lvlark
Stevenson, Don Pittman, and Kevin
Huneck. Cowger, eligible this season
following transfer, was stiff competition
for Relos. Sophomore Pittman placed
13th in the Heartland Conference meet.
Runners Gary Gosch Cseniory, Greg
Cataldi Cjuniorj, and freshman John
Warner all credited the team's success.
Although it was his first year at
Franklin, Coach John Carlson
contributed much to the team. "Without
his hard work and dedication, we could
not have made it this far," faculty advisor
Robert Lovell commented. "With his
guidance, this is only the beginning of a
great cross-country squad."
Cross Country f 63
Ten+h Year For Winning
FC Basketball Season
BELOW: Sophomore Randy Reece was one of FC's top scorers for the season. Reece was voted team MVP.
64 I Men's Basketball
FRONT ROW: Dan Masariu, Coach Bob Lovell, Mike Hall, Stuart Mill, Gary Lewis, Kevin Stephenson, Dave Newman. BACK ROW:
Mike l-ludson, Joe Carrigan, Kirt Heingartner, Phil Napariu, Doug West, Rich Braessler, Gordy Clemons, John LaGrange, Randy
Reece, Jim Talhelm, Steve Vernasco, Jeff Warner.
For the tenth year in a rovv., Franklin
Colleges Grizzly basketball team put
together a winning season. The 15 vvin-
tO loss record included victories over
nationally ranked Tri-State, Northern
Kentucky State, and St. Joseph,
All-District Gordy Clemons and All-
District Honorable Mention Doug West
both suffered injuries midway through
the season causing the Grizzlies to use
the strength ot their bench, The basically
inexperienced team pulled together for
what Coach Bob Lovell termed an
"extremely successful year."
Sophomore Randy Reece was voted
MVP in this the sixth straight year
Franklin has been ranked the top NAIA
Men's Basketball f 65
Franklin College Reflects Many Identifies
When trying to remember what Franklin College was like in
1978-79, many years from now, surely everyone will think of
something different. Some will think of friends, their favorite
activity, or maybe a song that was special. Still others will say, "I
remember the time when . . Every student, faculty member,
and administrator will have one special thought in mind which
will help them identify with this yearg something to set this year
apart, making it unique from all the others.
Identity is an important factor in life-everyone wants to be
an individual yet still be a well-liked part of the student body.
Trying not to be like everyone else, to do something
outstanding, while joining in the fun and being part of the gang.
Yes, everyone at Franklin College has their own identity, just as
they each identify with different aspects of the college.
The following pages of the 1979 Almanack attempt to show
the individuals and activities which will help students remember
the yearg to identify with the events that made this year different
from all others, both past and future.
LEFT: The Bell Tower of Old Main is a symbol of FC to
the students, alumni, and friends. ABOVE: The annual
RHAC Tug-n-Glug pulls the residents together. Gay
Valentine and Mary Joan Panuska pull for Elsey second
Opening 7 3
FRONT ROW Mike Hall, Kevin Anderson, Bob Hayes, Coach Stuart Mill.
BACK ROW: Gary Lewis, Greg Harcourt, Rick McCarty, Rich Byrd, Jamie
Pierce, Randy Schuldt, Andy Golba, Kevin Stephenson.
ABOVE: Andy Golba looks inside against a tight DePauw defense. The JV's
came from behind to win the game.
66 X JV Basketball
ABOVE: Mike Hudson hangs before releasing this fast break triggered layup
Hudson split time between Varsity and JV.
Men, Women JV Squads
End With Seven Wins
Both the men and women's Junior Varsity basketball
teams gave players the chance to gain the needed
experience for college ball.
Men's MVP Jeff Warner led a highly talented group to a
7-3 season. Coach Stuart Mill pointed to three games
where FC came from behind to win in a dramatic style:
Indiana Central Cearly in the seasonj, Anderson, and
DePauw. Randy Schuldt was tabbed for his performance
against Anderson where he exploded for 25 points and 18
rebounds. A full JV schedule is planned tor next season.
Buth Bourquin took the reins of the vvomeri's JV team.
Players Lisa Sellers, Vicki Choka, Mary Boehrs, and Kim
Carroll performed well in first year play. Sellers was moved
to the Varsity team for State Tourney. Hustle characterized
the squad which finished the year at 7 wins and 4 losses.
LEFT: Mary Roehrs uses a head fake to elude her defender. Floehrs was
a strong competitor for Ruth Bourquin's JV squad.
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FRONT ROW: Celeste Sexton, Lisa Sellers, CoCo Albertson, Sue Goembel, Tena Potter, Paula French. BACK I
ROW: Coach Ruth Bourquin, Betty Randolph, Vicki Choka, Jennifer Wellman, Mary Roehrs, Jana Anderson, Kim
Carroll, Joni Anderson.
LEFl': Kim Carroll was the hot-shooting guard for the JV's all
season. Here she shoots from the right side of the key.
JV Basketball X 67
RlGHT: Junior guard Judi Warren begins ner patented drive down the
lane: this play was successful lor the Grlzzliettes. Warren was also team
68 1 Women's Basketball
BELOW: On the steal, Kathy Roberts tucks-up and
heads-up. Roberts is the lone graduating player.
RIGHT: Tammy Schumm added needed rebounding
power and speed to the team,
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I3-5 Year For Women
The reign of the Franklin women's
basketball team on the state title came to
an end when they lost to the Butler
Bulldogs in the small college tourney.
Coach Ruth Callon's squad finished the
season at 13-5.
FC did defeat Ball State's varsity team
before a packed home crowd. The
Grizzliettes came from behind to pull off
the victory. The women also stayed close
to Mt. St. Joe, a large, ranked school.
The only real injury which affected
FC's playing ability was to Pamm Dorsey
who injured her knee during Christmas.
Coach Callon pointed to the strength of
the bench. Both freshmen Janet Muston
and Peggy VanDenburgh added to the
depth. Muston and teammate Colleen
Sexton set and tied the scoring record at
28 points in a single game.
Only one senior-Kathy Boberts-
leaves, but six juniors will be lost the
following season. The JV program and
recruited players are expected to fill the
void to be created.
LEFT: Kathi Gray blocks out her Ball State opponent allowing Becky Buening to
go in for two points. All-around team play and a vocally enthusiastic crowd
pulled the squad from defeat to beat BSU.
FRONT BOW: Kathi Gray, Peggy VanDenburgh, Becky Buening, Cindy Lester,
Colleen Sexton, Janet Muston. BACK BOW: Pamm Dorsey, Judi Warren,
Tammy Schumm, Jenay Craig, Diane Timbrook, Kathy Roberts, Coach Ruth
Women's Basketball f 69
RIGHT: Senior Todd Nobbe sets his ower stance a ainst his Indiana Central
Wrestling in the 190 lb.
division, senior Mark Elliot
placed sixth in the NAIA
Tournament. With his
performance, Elliot gained
All-American status. Elliott
wrestled the entire tourney
with injuries to his knees
Elliot had a 19-5 record
going into the Nationals. l-le
was District and FC
Tournament champ, and
finished second in Little
70 X Wrestling
ABOVE: Dale Schmaltz begins his round in the Heartland Collegiate
Grizzly Grapplers Boast Individual Champs
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Injuries and a tough schedule plagued the FC wrestling
team of Coach Bill Unsvvorth.
"We didn't have one meet where we had a full team,"
Coach Unsvvorth commented.
Despite all the adversity, senior lvlark Elliot was named All-
American in the 190 lb. class, Todd Nobbe and Scott Billings
were 158 and 150 lb. Little State Champions, respectively,
and wrestlers Dale Schmaltz, Kevin Stevens, and Bill Cullom
placed well in District and Conference competition.
Tearnwise, the grapplers finished 5-6 in dual meets,
champions of their own Invitational, and second in NAIA
District 21 tourney. Franklin was also recognized as one ot
the top 40 NAIA teams in the country.
LEFT: Setting the opposition down, Dale Schmaltz
has the upper hand in this match.
Wrestling X 71
Steve Vernasco, Bob Smith, Doug West, Brian Salwowski, Mike Hale.
72 X Tennis, Golf
Brad Riley, John Williams, Dave Gemmer, Don France, Coach Doreen St, Clair, Pat Berry, Mike
Delagrange, Tim Fuller, Scott Bailey, Mike Urban.
RIGHT: Sue Rider scoops a line shot during warm
Tennis, Golf Team
LEFT: Steve Vernasco was top finisher for FC in many meets.
Vernasco was named both All-Conference and District. BELOW:
Number one singles player CoCo Albertson finished the year with
a 9-4 record.
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seasons. The women posted a 6-4 season, with CoCo
Albertson finishing at 9-4. Sue Rider, Kathy Tucker, Nancy
Glover, and Jeanne Fitzgerald graduate leaving seven
women for the fall campaign. St. Clair's men placed fifth in
the Heartland Collegiate Conference. Squad MVP Tim
Fuller placed fourth in the Conference singlesg Fuller
teamed with Mike Urban for a fourth place doubles finish
in the same meet. Three men graduate.
Golfer Steve Vernasco was named to the All-
Conference and All-District teams. Vernasco was also
medallist in two tournaments. Coach Robert Holbert's
team had its ups-and-downs between bad weather,
injuries, and illnesses. Senior Doug West and Vernasco
were named Co-MVP's.
Tennis, Golf ! 73
BELOW: Greg Smith clears the bar in the IU All-Comers Meet, Smith set the
record in high jump at 6'53A". RIGHT: Joni Anderson reaches for that extra foot
in the long jump,
74 f Track
FRONT ROW: Coach Judy Morrell, Janet Muston, Joni Anderson, Karen
Paquette, Celeste Sexton. BACK BOW: Colleen Sexton, Coach Ruth Callon
Toni Witherby, Brenda Kight, De Julian, Karen Kenley, Kathy Roberts,
Melinda Macy, Arnie Petre, Nan Scanlan, CoCo Albertson.
LEFT: Bob Relos hurdles the water hole in
the steeplechase. Relos holds the record in
the event. BELOW LEFT: Karen Kenley
pushes out of the blocks in the 880 relay.
BELOW: CoCo Albertson was the tracksters
long distance specialist.
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made of. Senior Bob Relos set the
Steeplechase record in an event he never had
the chance to practice. Most of the women's
track records were set during the latter portion
ot the season.
A short season for the men combined with
poor weather made meets and performances
sometimes disappointed. Runners Woody
Atwood and Rick Culver were recipients of the
Most Valuable Runner award.
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information, while Steve Anderson CRIGHTJ poses
for the infamous ID photograph,
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Saturday night came alive with the Orientation groups providing entertainment
ABOVE: Keith MilIer's group presented the "Fat FamiIy's Family Portrait." RIGHT
Patty Sexton and Debbie Denslaw add some Fi.A.-inspired Conehead humor
4 f Orientation
RIGHT: Betty Randolph watches the runners as she
crosses the plate. Randolph was atop RBI hitter,
FRONT ROW: Beth Slack, Kim Moody, Lisa Sellers, Paula French, Becky Buening, Betty Randolph, Lisa
Fisher, Sue Goembel. BACK ROW: Jennifer Wellman, Coach Jenny Johnson, Marcia Perrings, Cathy
Sweeney, Pam Jewell, Kathy Tucker, Vicki Choka, Mary Roehrs, Diane Timbrook, Cindy King, Steph
Howard, Jeannine Swain, Beth Mitchell.
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76 f Softball
hurler for Coach Jenny Johnson
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ABOVE: Vicki Choka slides under the Butler throw on a second base steal. RIGHT: Catcher
Marcia Perrings hustles out of the batters box.
The addition of enthusiastic players and a
pitching machine to Coach Jenny Johnsons
softball program brought good results.
FC fared well against Ball State's Junior Varsity
squads turning triple and double plays. The
modified round-robin tourney hosted by Franklin
gave them three victories in the final 11-7 record.
Betty CBootsj Randolph and Beth Slack were
keys to the experience gained by the young
softball squad. Cindy King, Slack, and Randolph
combined to hit over 100 RBl's. A tough outfield
of Vicki Choka, Mary Roehrs, Lisa Fisher, and
Becky Buening gave solid defense.
18 players are expected to turnout for the 1980
season. Three graduate leaving talent and depth
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78 X Baseball
Three Victories For Baseball Team
ABOVE: The mound came to be the convention and conference headquarters for
Coach Lovell to settle the defensive and pitching problems. RIGHT: Jeff Brummett
fires across the diamond.
With only three victories in '79, Coach Bob Lovell and the
Grizzly baseball team have only optimism for the future. The year
past was seen as a "learning season" for all.
Pitchers Keith Moenter and Mike Schaeffer were listed by Lovell
as outstanding contributors to the season. Brian Houston had the
lowest earned run average ofthe hurlers. Vince Burpo Chighest
batting averagej, Greg Sciarra, and Gordon Cox provided the
Grizzly offensive punch with their bats.
Two players will be lost from the '79 team.
LEFT: Brian Houston had the lowest earned
run average for the FC team.
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FRONT ROW: Chris Kleber, Greg Sciarra,
Keith Moenter, Dave Such, Mike Schaelter,
Coach Bob Lovell, Jelt Brummett, Joe
Hartman, Vince Burpo. BACK ROW: Mark
Fox, Kevin Stevens, Dan Masariu, Andy
Golba, Glen Baker, Gordon Cox,
Baseball X 79
Cheering 81 Dancing The Games Away
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ABOVE: The Homecoming crowd enjoyed the
cheerleaders. Venella Hubbard also just missed
RIGHT: Roxanne Addis, Mava Dickerson, and
Amy McKinney have on their "Boogie Shoes" to
Sugar Bear down at the basketball games.
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Both the male and female contingent of the cheering squad tried to rouse the crowd. Karen Paquette,
Craig Timberlake, Andrea Dillon, Venetia Hubbard, Steve Marcum, Renee Dewey, Art Webb, Sonny
Fenwick, Ellen Flichert, Mark Olson, and Elizabeth McDonald make up the group.
FRONT ROW: Cathy Callon, Diana Bordenkecker,
COCO Albertson, Laura Hale, Carmen Collier. BACK
ROW: Roxanne Addis, DeAnne Caudill, Sharon
Geurts, Karen Simone, Liz Lynn, Debbie Mays, Terri
Gerth, Mava Dickerson, Amy McKinney.
Sugar Bears X 81
RIGHTL Womens basketball was popular on both
the IM and recreational levels. Lisa Sellers leaps for
the rebound as Tena Potter and Mary Roehrs wait
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ABOVE' Cheryl Rodgers of Pi Beta Phi warms her Joe
Namath arrn up before the big game.
RIGHT: Catcher Tom Roach never had a chance at this
pitch as LCA batter Steve Lewis powers the hit to deep
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ABOVE: Spectators enjoyed IM's as much as the participants, Susan Stanfield and
Rick Richmond take in a ZTA flag football game. RIGHT: President Penn threw-out
the first pitch of the men's IM softball season
Intramurals X 83
The Indian Summer weather allowed Don Pittman QBELOVVJ and Mike Fenker
CRIGHTJ to catch some rays and enjoy the outdoors betore all the winter snow.
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Kim Carroll "horses" around at the park. ABOVE:
Lewis Washington guards the Chi walk.
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LEFT: Sibling rivalry? Chester and Mava Dickerson
ham-it-up between classes. BELOW: Keith Miller
takes a break from work on his Photography I
People X 85
LEFT: President Edwin Penn joined the volleyball scene
with other faculty and students. ABOVE: Freshmen wait as
Cathy Seamonds affixes SAGA numbers to lD's.
LEFV: John Warner sends the volleyball while Dave Giddens and Jeff Cooksey
serve as back-ups. Students and faculty joined inthe games. BELOW:
Sophomore Ann Stewart begins the first of many trips to Cline Third.
Upperclassmen returned Sunday afternoon.
l've finally gotten everything
moved into my room. My roommate
is pretty decent as are the other
guys on my floor. Saturday
afternoon we had to take these
tests. Come to college and the first
thing they do is give you a test!
Orientation is o.k. We had some
skits with our groups last night-
everyone got a little crazy, The
administration filled us with fun-
facts about our class: 217
freshmen, 23 transfers, etc. My ID
photo looks like it is for the Post
Office. Had an all-campus cook-out
tonight. I just got back from a
dance. A good time scoping the
females. Even had "older" women
ask me to dance! Got to go.
Registration in the morning. Write
so l'll get mall. Send stamps and
your "collegiate" son,
Orientation 1 5
Crown Point, lN
Andrea Sue Balmer
Cornelius Mark Bolinger
Kathy D. Bowling
New Port Richey, FL
Karen Lee Brown
Neshanic Station, NJ
ABOVE: Kathy Tucker and Sue Rider get ready to
chow-down at the Watermelon Feast.
86 f Seniors
ABOVE: While eating at SAGA,
year he will eat there.
Bob Relos' face lights up when he realizes that this is the last
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Nancy Ann Busenbark
Michael Gene Butt
South Whitley, IN
Stephen M. Conrad
William Ftoy Crawford
D. Michael Davis
North Vernon, IN
Mikel Robert Delagrange
Loran A. Drake
Laura Beth Dyer
Mark Dayle Elliott
Gregory D. Evans
Holly Anne Fergason
Seniors I 87
88 X Seniors
Lisa Ann Fisher
Jeanne Marie Fitzgerald
Lawrence E. Gates
April Louise Gausman
Nancy L. Glover
Gary G. Gosch
Jeffrey Alan Grant
Sandra Jean Heath
Karen Sue Hetley
Debora Jean Hommel
Kenneth Lee Horton
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Stephanie Ann Howard
Diana Sue I-Iutf
Brenda Leigh Isley
Janeen Therese Crocke
Fanija Y. Ivanotf
Carol Ellen Karst
Karen Lynn Kissick
Lisa Ann Kitchen
Kathryn M. Lay
Kevin Dan LeCIerc
Seniors f 89
90 f Seniors
Lori A. Long
John Kenneth Markvvalter
Elden Duane McDaniel, Jr.
Jean Elizabeth McErIane
Donna Carole Mclntire
Rhonda Sue McKittrick
Cheryl Ann Michel
Fort Wayne, IN
Paula Lee Mitchell
Willard Ralph Moore, Jr.
Rebecca Diane Morrison
Bunny S. Nash
Todd William Nobbe
Susan G. ardieck
David W. Phenis
Katherine Lorraine Pitcock
New Port Richey, FL
James Christopher Price
Robert William Relos
North Liberty, IN
Steven I-larold Rogers
Jon Colby Robison
Lisa Kay Rosenberger
Sherry Ann Rumble
Gary James Schenkel
Catherine Diane Seamands
Cheryl Lea Smith
Gregory Scott Smith
John D. Snavley
Christina Marie Sokolek
Kathryn Marie Tucker
Mark L. Tyler
Victoria Ann Vandivier
Terrance J. Vick
Douglas Brian West
Marsha Brooks White
Kevin Robert Widdison
Loretta Kay Woodrum
Diane M. Wright
Karen Mary Wyrobek
Kathleen Lynn Yagelski
, Ginger Bingham
ABOVE: Bill Whitley concentrates on what he should do for the weekend RIGHT Before
Basic Reporting class, Co Co Albertson looks over the assrgnment she has prepared
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