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Digitized by tlie Internet Arcliive in 2015 littps: details millidel 1959mill ■ ■ A. contents ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS ATHLETICS PEOPLE ADVERTISING activities The student ' s social life is a long-remembered part of his college days. . . The Homecoming dance, the exchanges, the bridge games in the SUB — all these are a part of the fun. the festivi- ties, and the frolic of life on the Millikin campus. « 16 » s.. Frosh Arrive . . . There ' s no place like home! But I don ' t wanna take Organ Freshmen received their first impres- sion of Millikin — an impression of fun and light-hearted spirit — at the annual Freshman Camp held this year at Al- lerton Park. On their arrival at Millikin they were greeted with rush week — for the girls a week of parties and nervousness with an emphasis on the social graces; for the boys a week of friendly handshakes, pats on the back, and free meals. m Seniors ' ' Mouc In The freshmen first learned that there was more to Millikin than fun and parties when they fought the registration line. They were then ready for the serious business of study as the first week of classes began. So, Ah sez to him. Ah sez. Waltz me around again, Willy! The Big Listen! " Baby, It ' s Cold Outside " " Thru the Years " was the theme of the total- ly musical Homecommg Show, produced by Carol Mccvon and Judy Eskridge. A bonfire and pep rally followed on the east campus. Pat Norton and Roma Bradley, dressed as blue- birds to follow the Homecoming theme, " A Bird ' s Eye View of Our MU, " led cheers along with the cheerleaders both at the pep rally and at the game the next day. The Big Blue dropped a 12-6 heart-breaker as North Central scored a touchdown in the last 20 seconds of play. At half time, Carole Brooks was crowned as 1959 Homecoming Queen and trophies for float and house decorations were awarded. The sophomores were victorious once again as the traditional freshman-sophomore games kicked off the Homecoming weekend. The vic- tory was the second in a row for the class which as freshmen had won in 1958. ' Once in Love with Amy " You and the Night and the Music . . . Homecommg Havoc Begins « 20 » Confusion and Queen Reign Carole upholds Millikin tradition. Reward for those sleepless nights! Karla Fleck and Terry Gibbons served as Homecoming co-chairmen. 21 Chicken Wire, Scissors, Paint . . . We Decorate Zeta " Chick " Pulls First. Tekes— " 100 Proof. " Tau Kappa Epsilon, Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi Beta Phi, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon won trophies under the new Homecoming house and float decoration rules. Under the new rules, men ' s and women ' s or- ganizations compete f o r separate trophies in each division. The TKE house decora- tion was a Tennessee mountain scene with an old corn liquor still and moonshiner. The theme was " We ' re Still Brewing for You, Alums. " SAE " Roars " to First! Pi Phi ' s " Win-de " prize. -.ill .-ifiiSsi Zeta transformed their front lawn into a chicken yard w ith a henhouse and a huge worm - seeking chicken making appropri- ate noises. The theme was " Welcome Back to the Henhouse. " Pi Beta Phi won the float division with the theme " North Central ' s in Dutch! " Their float was gaily dec- orated with traditional Dutch tulips, windmill, and costumed Dutch girls. SAE captured the men ' s trophy with a gigantic, realistic lion illustrating the theme, " We ' re Lion for Them. " « 23 Charm, Beauty . . ♦ Pat Aukland, junior from Loda, rep- resented Alpha Chi Omega. She was also selected for " Who ' s Who " and was assistant editor of the Decaturian. She has sandy hair and bright hazel eyes and is a secretarial science major. Linda Laue, senior from Effingham, was the President of Delta Delta Delta. An English and history student, Linda has hazel eyes and long blonde hair usually seen in a pony tail or in a French roll at the back of her head. She was selected for recognition in " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. " LINDA LAUE Delta Delta Delta « 24 Portrait of Our Court Alice Coberly, a junior from Decatur, is also a music education major and a close friend of Helen Dicken. The presi- dent of Millikin Independent Associa- tion, Alice has light brown hair and hazel eyes. ALICE COBERLY Millikin Independent Association Helen Dicken, senior from Decatur, was the representative of Zeta Tau Al- pha. This brown-haired, blue-eyed girl is a voice and music education major. HELEN DICKEN Zeta Tau Alpha 25 » Sparkle, Sophistication . . . it of Our Queen Queen Carole Brooks, Pi Beta Phi sen- ior from Flora, is the third consecutive member of her sorority to win the hon- or. Last spring Carole ' s sorority sisters selected her as Pi Beta Phi " Sunshine Girl. " No title could be more fitting. Her bright, friendly smile is a fixture around the campus. The brown - haired, blue - eyed girl was selected for " Who ' s Who In Amer- ican Colleges and Universities, " was vice president of Student Council, and was a Big Blue cheerleader for two years. She is majoring in elementary education. active student A peppY cheerleader . . . « 26 » A gracious Queen. Campus Chest Millikm ' s 1959 Campus Chest Week was a social and educational success. Tom Forester was awarded the Ecumenical Work Camp Scholarship, and funds were donated to the National Scholarships and Service Fund for Negro Students and to World Universi.tY Ser- vice. Co-chairmen Sandy Bertash and Barb Butler stressed the educational aspects by bringing representatives from each of these organizations to speak at chapel. The social highlight of the week was the live jazz concert— the first of its kind on the Millikin campus. Bob Scobey ' s Frisco Jazz Band featuring vocalist Clancy Hayes pleased a crowd of over 500 with two hours of rollicking San Francisco style jazz. Other events includ- ed a carnival, " The Big Top, " and a " Campus Chest Candyland " dance. Alpha Kappa Lamb- da won the trophy for raising the most money at the carnival, and Tau Kappa Epsilon ' s Bryce Boston was crowned Mr. Campus Chest. Cha, Cha, Cha. Bob Scobey " entertains « 2S Religious Emphasis Week this year was shorter than lost year but more intensive. Co- chairmen were Mary Gage, junior from Deca- tur, and Jane Unzicker, junior from Champaign. R. E. Week started with a Student-Faculty Discussion on Sunday night at the home of President and Mrs. Paul L. McKay. Other events on the three-day program included a religious art exhibit, religious books reviews and sales, informal coffee hours, chapels, and devotions. The 16th Century morality play Everyman was presented by the drama department on Tues- day afternoon. The R. E. Week theme, " Com- manded for a Journey " was taken from this play. Mary Gage and Jane Unzicker served as co-chairmen of R. E. Week, « 30 » Religious Emphasis Week Speaker for this year ' s Religious Emphasis Week was Dr. H enry Hitt Crane, a native of Danville, 111. Dr. Crane was educated at the Boston Latin School, Connecticut Wesleyan University, Bos- ton University School of Theology, and Harvard University. Dr. Crane was minister at the Central Meth- odist Church in Detroit for twenty years — the longest pastorate in the history of that church — before retiring in 1958. Dr. Crane is one of the best-known pacifist leaders on the continent. « 31 » Fads and fashions The year 1960 brought many new fads and fashions to the M. U. campus —of which the following were not typ- ical! However, these styles were " dis- covered " in 1960. Who knows for ' 61? Sports cars became the rage! --pi Now, what do you suppose they ' re doing? Hemlines went UP! Life went on as usual . . . « 32 2 r Well, how corny can you get? You tell the funniest jokes! Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota, Millikin ' s nation- al professional music frater- nities, sponsored the produc- tion of Puccini ' s opera, " La Boheme, " which was pre- sented in English on March 24, 25, and 26. For the first time in the school ' s history, the annual opera was entire- ly managed and produced by students. La Boheme « 34 All the World ' s a Stage « 36 » Jean Burkhalter, senior from De- catur, portrayed the lead role of Joan of Arc in the Town and Gown production of Jean Anouilh ' s " The Lark. " Don Turner, senior from Deca- tur, played the male lead of War- wick. Town and Gown ' s second pro- duction was a night of one-act Eu- gene O ' Neill plays: " The Long Voyage Home, " " He, " and ' The Rope. " The Millikin drama department also performed the 16th Century morality play " Everyman " during Religious Emphasis Week. Dr. Jere Mickel played Everyman. Hark, hark, the Lark! Millikin, through the Fine Arts Series, once again offered quality entertainment at bargain prices. The famous Juilliard String Quartet opened the series with a program of chamber music on October 30. Arnold Moss and the Shakespear- ean Festival Players presented " The Tempest " in modern dress and without props on Novem- ber 13, followed by Spanish dancers Susana y Jose on December 9. On February 19, soprano Beverly Bower, substituting for soprano Saramie Endich, en- tertained a Fine Arts crowd. Pianist Rosalyn Tureck closed out the series with a March 16 performance. Susana y lose Juilliard String Quartet Through membership in the many organiza- tions on campus, the Milhkin student has an opportunity to develop his talents, his interests, and his abilities for leadership. The wide range of clubs on campus illustrates the diversity of interests found in the modern student. « 40 » Row 1: Brooks, A. Dren- nen, Fleck, C. Frede M. Ahlenius, M. Gage, B Patterson, C. Mavon, P- Aukland. Row Z: H. Mickel, R. Rain, I Neis, D. Ast, E. Belcher, C Cox, T. Chamblin, L Laue. Absent: J, Hagebush, F. Mc- Taggart, D. Myrick, H- Patrick. WHO ' S WHO Phi Kappa Phi is one of the two national honor fraternities in the country, the other being Phi Beta Kappa. To be eligible for membership in this highest honorary organization, a student must have high scholarship and good charac- ter. Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities is an honor society composed of stu- dents who have shown strength in character, citizenship, scholastic ability, leadership, and responsibility. Candidates for " Who ' s Who, " nominated by the Student Council, are judged by a committee selected by the Dean. This list must be approved by the National Headquar- ters of Who ' s Who before membership is at- tained. PHI KAPPA PHI Row 1: L horn. Lou Dr. Nichols, Dr. O ' Nan, Mr. Talbot, Dean Bur- Dr. Kern, Dr. Maxwell, Mrs. McNabb. Mr Absent: R. Fritts, P. Modes, A. Kramer, J. D. Myrick. « 42 » P. Mic Snyde Hageb kel, D, ush. Mr Hess ■. Hillger, S. Hood, , D. Ast, Dr. Brew Dean Plo ' 2r, B. Cha nges n. Dr. Gage. PI MU THETA Row 1: C. Frede, M. Ahlenius, Dr. Nichols, B. Patterson, P. Modes. Row 2: J. Hagebush, B. Barrett, L. Laue, S. Hood. Absent: M. Mickle, J. Williams, S. Habbe. Pi Mu Theta is the senior women ' s honorary fraternity. Members are elected on the basis of scholarship, service, and leadership. The pri- mary function of the organization is service. This year ' s members ushered at baccalau- reate and commencement services. They also sold mums at Homecoming and programs at University Sing. With the proceeds from these sales they pur- chased a reference book for the school and in- creased their scholarship to $75. This scholar- ship is awarded each semester to worthy junior woman. The recipient this year is Miss Barbara Cassell. Marliere Noack Ahlenius served as presi- dent and Dr. Doris Nichols as advisor. PHI CHI ALPHA Phi Chi Alpha is the senior men ' s hon- orary fraternity with the purposes of prcmoting scholarship, leadership, and character. Only seniors with an over- all average of 3.0 are eligible for mem- bership. Dave Ast, Dick Johnston, Bob Gebhart, and BUI Chan served as of- ficers; and Dr. Daniel Gage served as faculty advisor. Seated: B. Chan, B. Gebhart, D. Ast, R. Johnston. Standing: C. Cox, B. Witzgall, H. Knutson, D. Gardner, D. Myrick, L, Whitehurst. Absent: D. Troutmon, Dr. Gage. « 43 » CHI ETA RHO Seated: J. Prange, R. Large, A. Voudrie. Standing: Belt, Mi H. Knutson, Dr. Paine. Alpha Epsilon Rho, a national fraternity, acted as the center of all broadcasting activi- ties in radio and television at Millikin. All stu- dents with a professed interest in broadcasting may become Monitors of the chapter. Chi Eta Rho is an honorary accounting fra- ternity. To be a member one must have a 2.5 average in six hours of accounting. To receive an honorary pin a member must have 15 hours with a 2.5 average. ALPHA EPSILON RHO Row 1: D. Lauerman, J. Zarcone, Neis. W. Speaks, K. McBam, J. Row 2: S. Mumma, H. Dicken, J. Vernon, J. Burkhalter, A. Given, B. Weddeles. Row 3: B. Golchert, M Johnson, B. Franklin, R. Hebenstreit, L. Quinten- I, A ' j h n ' aer, N. Tingley. PI KAPPA DELTA Illinois Tau is the Millikin chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary forensic fra- ternity. This year members participated in invita- tional meets at Bradley University and at Illmois State Normal University, at the Illi- nois State Debate League, the Illinois State Oratorical League and the joint Illinois- Missouri province meet at Central College. OFHCERS President Jack Taylor Vice President Al Aspengren Secretary-Treasurer .... Don Wilbur SIGMA ZETA What is paper chromatography? And what goes on at the University of Michigan Biological Station during the summer? These and other interesting topics are discussed at the monthly Sigma Zeta meetings by prospective scientists, led by faculty members and specialists, as the students seek to widen their knowledge of sci- ence outside the classroom. Sigma Zeta meetings are open to all stu- dents interested in science, but in order to be initiated as a member of this national fraternity, the students must have at least junior standing, a 3.0 grade average in science subjects and a 2.75 in all other courses. The fraternity advisor is Dr. James Drennan. V Front: R. Shulke, C. Cox, K. Carson, J. Leap, L. Sweigert, D. Hinton, C. Kotz. Back: Dr. Dennis, C. Flake, T. Bell, R. Klabunde, J. Troxell, A. Boards, F. Eager, Dr. Drennan. « 45 » SIGMA ALPHA WiW IOTA President . . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . , OFFICERS Deanna Valasich . . Helen Kolberer . . . Alice Coberly Jean Rice Nu Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, Women ' s Professional Music Fraternity, strives to en- courage musicianship on the campus, m the community and throughout the world. Nu Chapter ' s activities include musicales, T.V. and radio shoM s, projects for Foundation, co-sponsorship of University Sing and contem- porary programs. This year SAl has fulfilled another chapter project by purchasing a Charles Fredick Stein Baby Grand Piano for the Chapter Room. The highlight of the year is co-sponsorship with Phi Mu Alpha of the annual Millikin Opera. The opera. La Boheme, was given on March 24, 25, and 26. Row 1: J. Reiners, B. Garrett, berer, H. Dicken. Valasch, L. Brooks, H. Kol- Row 2: M. Mickel, A. Drennan, A. Coberly, A. Paul, S. Hood, R. Leur, I. Rice. Row 3: K. McNeil, C. Figley, M. Chaney, P. Eversole, J. Un- zicker, I. Kette.lkamp, P. Major, B. Bradley. « 46 s PHI MU ALPHA OFHCERS President Frank Post Vice President Larry Ball Secretary Bob Nelson Treasurer Roger Davenport Phi Mu Alpha, men ' s professional music fraternity, was founded on Oct 6, 1898. The fra- ternity welcomes any man interested in music, even though he is not enrolled in the School of Music Beta Theta chapter at Millikin was estab- lished on Oct. 17, 1929. The four principles of Phi Mu Alpha are to advance the cause of music in America; to pro- mote the general welfare of students of music; to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. During this, its 30th anniversary year, the local chapter entertained the sororities and residence halls with the first serenade in four- part harmony to be presented by any fraternity on campus. The members of Beta Theta were hosts to the province convention and presented a classical concert and an American Contem- porary program. This fraternity collaborates with Sigma Alpha Iota, women ' s professional music sorority, on many projects. In I959-I960 these two organiza- tions sponsored a freshman mixer for new music students, presented a Christmas Eve radio pro- gram of their own recorded choral music on Row 1: D. Cope, L. Mauzer, B. Byrkit, D. Kirk, G. Warnick, R. Beja. Row 2: Dr. Miller— faculty advisor, D. Craig, H. Peterson, R. Davenport, L. Ball, F. Post, M. Borens, R. Pugstey, B. Nelson, S V ilkerson. Seated: F. Post, L. Ball. Standing: R. Davenport, S. Wilkerson. local station WSOY, sponsored the annual Millikin Sing, and climaxed the year ' s achieve- ments with a complete presentation of La Boheme. Row 3: L. Coverstone, D. Branthaver, C Peterson D. Waters, F Plattner, ]. Walker, P. locca, P. Beadles, F. Coleman, Mr. Ted Bell — faculty advisor. Not Pictured: D. Reich, T. Anderson, B. Nilles, S. Schmidt, D. Livinaslon MILLIKIN BAND Blow, Gabriel, Blow! This has truly been a " new " year for the Millikin University Band. The new di- rector, Dr. J. Roger Miller, the new style of marching, the new enthusiasm of the members, the new support of the football fans and concert-goers have all contribu- ted to make this one of the best years in the history of the band. This band is comprised primarily of freshmen and sophomores; and as a con- sequence, gives every indication of get- ting even bigger and better. Membership to the Marching Band and the Concert Band is open to all students regularly en- rolled in the University. .0 « 48 » MILLIKIN CIVIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA II I ' ! The Millikin - Civic Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Paul Skinner, is com- posed of about sixty members selected from University music students who earn credit and ■ from professional and amateur musicians from Decatur and surrounding areas. The group plays three concerts each year plus doing its part in concerted production of operas and oratorios. It performs music from the classic and contemporary literature in the orchestral repertoire and often features import- ant guest soloists as v ell as single players from its own ranks. In recent years, the Symphony has played in other nearby towns and is broadcast yearly by local radio stations as an integral part of oratorio presentations. Follow the leader! UNIVERSITY CHORUS 5 i J Hi ' si ' " ' The membership of the Millikin Univer- sity Chorus consists of townspeople and students. Under the direction of Richard Hoffland, the chorus annually presents ' The Messiah. " t: MM? Row 1: M. Nein, N. Booth, C. Figley, E. Stuart, N. Meyers, J. Kettelkamp, C. Jewell, N. Culbertson, K. Brittain, J. Un- zicker, H. Dicken, B. Yoder, E. Borchers. Row 2: D Valshic, A. Paul, K. Weidbush, M. Schneller, P. Howatt M. Werries, M. Chaney, B. Atchison, A. Drennan, J. Henriing, K. Vork, B. Petterson, G. Knobloch, P. Major, J. Bretz, J. Wentz. How 3: F. Coleman, D. Kirk, J. Beadles, G. Piper, L. Mousir, R. Pugsley, J. Hill, T. Chilton, B. Bailey, J. Longenbough. Row 4: J. Stockman, L. Shaller, J. Fhnt, K. Pirtle, D. Cope, L. Ball, D. Boyd, N. Tingley, D, Walker. The Millikin University Choir, composed of fifty members, is under the direction of Mr. Richard D. Hoffland who completes his first year as choral director and chairman of the Sacred Music Department. Membership in the choir is open to all Uni- versity students who can qualify musically and who are able to maintain an adequate aca- demic record. Mr. Hoffland carefully selects his personnel from those who audition. This past season the choir had unusual suc- cess in its tour of Illinois, singing both at high school assemblies as well as concerts in church- es. In addition, the choir has appeared before local civic clubs and weekly chapel services. A CAPPELLA CHOIR « 50 » TAU CHI PI Seated: E, Tripp, S. Collins, Miss Sparks B. Hood, S, Thomason. Standing: P. Thompson, J, Mick. Dechant, L. Stivers, J, Bennett, land, N. Bradley. ason, R. P. Auk- Tau Chi Pi IS an organization open to anyone enrolled in a course in Secretarial Science. The members prepare them- selves for future work in the business world by hearing speakers from different busi- nesses in Decatur. The faculty advisor is Miss Sparks. S. E. A. has the responsibility of helping to prepare its members to become qualified teach- ers. The organization is designed to acquaint students who are considering teaching as a career with the profession. Highlights of the group ' s program talks given by student teach- ers about their experiences in practice teaching. Row 1: H Penken, N. Parkinson, I. Kettelkamp, M. Thomas ' , N Booth, I- Hartke, C. Smith, C. Thompson, C. Harrison, L. Skadden, S. Gaskill. Row 2: J. Benson, T. Booker, J. Shurtleff, B. Barfh, S. Czer- wonky, S. Hones, P. Wells, J. Ahlenius, J. Stanowicki, B. Rachford. Row 5: B. Kerrigan, E. Berg, D D. Maxey, C. Davelis, G. Radunz, B. Ater, D. Davie, STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Row 3: J Johnson, C. Schroeder, S. lenne, B. Dudley, L, Chap- man 1 Eichel, B. Wright, C. Prudik, M. Ahlenius, H. Patrick, K McNeil, G. Knobloch, J. Heinlein, B. Bohmer, C. Rankin, N. Kelly. Row 4: Dr McClure, C. Findlay, J. Aukland, M. Grillin, M. Hewett, R. Gollas, R. Walfe, L. Musso, C. Hadley, S. Pharis, E. Tripp, V. Propst, L. Laue, B. Kern, C. Butt. Lanckton, R. Holler, J. Williams, :.onnon, B. Bailey, B. Chan, M. B. Cassell. ; Row 1: M. Clamitz, J. Ward, S. Skidmore, N. Dehner, J. Aukland, S. Gaskill. Row 2: D. Lauerman, L. White, B. Witzeman, N. Parkinson, S. Phans, Dr. O ' Nan, S. Czerwonky. LA SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA La Sociedad Espanola is an organization for second year and advanced Spanish stu- dents who are interested in furthering their knowledge and appreciation of Spanish and Latin American customs and culture. The varied programs consist of movies, slides, music, and addresses. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Row 1: J. Hefti, M. Gage, B. Witzeman, K. Fleck, J. Esk- ridge. Row 2: Dr. Ross, R HoUingsworth, L. Lorenz, E. Wilson, D. Behrend, S. Skidmore, C. Kaley, Dr. O ' Nan. Le Cercle Francois is an organization for French majors and minors and those students who are interested in the language. The major event of the year for the members is International Night. This year it was held on February 11. Three speakers presented lectures in three different languages — French, German, and Spanish. The students helped plan the program and helped with the coffee hour, and some participated in the program. An Easter party was also held for members of Le Cercle Francois. Refreshments and en- tertainment were provided. « 52 LA TABLE FRANCAIS This year Le Cercle Francais has spon- sored luncheon conversations in the SUB. The students eat together and speak in French throughout the noon hour. This gives them a chance to make a practical application of the French language. Seated: M. Gage, B. Witzeman, C. Kaley, S. Skidmore, Dr. Ross. Standing: E. Halbrooke, J. Hagebush, S. Schmidt, Dr. O ' Nan. Conant Society is open to upperclass students interested in literature, whether they are English majors or not. Each year Conant holds a series of meetings in which programs are given by members or invited speakers. It aims to devote at least one of its meetings to a subject outside literary topics. Usually one or more of its meetings is open to invited guests. Its special project consists of sponsoring an annual writing contest which is open to all students. Meetings are held in fraternity houses and the home of the sponsor, Dr. Ruth Maxwell. Officers for the year were President, Patricia Modes; Vice-President, Robert Campbell; Secretary, Judy Hagebush; and Treasurer, Don Fleming. CONANT SOCIETY Row 1: M- Dongoski, B. Campbell, D. Fleming, P. Modes, Dr. Maxwell, J. Hagebush, J. VonAusdole. Row 2: B. Butler, S. Bertash, M. Toyota, C Mavon, S. Czer- wonky, J. Benson, L. Laue, C. Frede, B Kerman NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS Seated: J. Hill, D. Turner, ]. Burkhalter, B. Speaks. Standing: Dr. Mickel, B. Golchert, A. Drennan, T. Mc- Vety, J. Parrish. Tower Club is composed of all Millikin stu- dents interested in art. This year under the leadership of its officers and new advisor, Pro- fessor Russell Housman, Tower Club made it- self known on campus by participating in the Campus Chest carnival, decorating at Christ- mas time, and by taking an active part in Student Council. National Collegiate Players is an honorary dramatics fraternity. NCP is calculated to bring together a closely-knit group of theatre lovers and has proven itself to be a valuable asset to the college campus. Row 1: D. Arenz, L. Wilson. D. Stephens, H. Christenson. Row 2: C Boise, M. Schneller, M. Reid, M. Hewett, J. Pollock, B, Newman, M. Krause. Row 3: J. Burkhalter, A. Given, P. Cherry, Y. Okubo, S. Bertash, D. Olson, L. Skadden. Row 4: Mr. Housman, B. Cart- wright, I. Fink, B. Krehemker, R. Gabel. TOWER CLUB « 54 » HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club is com- posed of women, majors or non-majors, taking home economics courses. The club ' s act ivities for this year were the Freshman Tea, Halloween party for or- phans, a cookie sale, the annual Senior Banquet, and the style show for moth- ers. Jo Anne Pankey served as president and Mrs. Bertha Pharis as advisor. The Home Economics Club proudly presented a plaque to the Home Eco- nomics Department in memory of Miss Viola Bell, who retired in 1956 as Head of the Home Economics Department. Row 1:.B. Mavne, J. Johnson, B, Borders, N. Booth, T. Ward. Row 2: C. Hadley, B. Kern, B. Laufman, J. Koch, ]. VanAusdale. Row 3: J. Pankey, B. Thursby, M. Galloway, M. Hayes, S. Harrison. Row 4: Mrs. Pharis, B. Earth, A. Donovan, Mrs. Voelcher. RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE The Religious Life Committee is the co-ordinating group for the re- ligious life on the Millikin campus. Under its direction are Freshman Camp and Religious Eiriphasis Week. Seated: Dr. Doubleday, Mrs. McNabb. Standing: Dean Burhorn, Sondra Gaskill, R. Ram. Absent: B. Borders, L. Skodden, C. Brooks. 55 » Seated: J. West, M. Galloway, J. Pollock. Standing: B. Bailey, C. Larson, S. GaskiU, Mrs. McNabb. Millikin ' s Religious Life Committee is com- posed of four elected students and four fac- ulty members. The purpose is to lead, pro- mote and plan religious activities on campus. The committee operates on a commission basis. One student member advises each commission. The worship commission is m charge of morning devotions and special vesper ser- vices. Discussions and special events are planned by the discussion and fellowship commission. The service commission plans and executes worthy projects. The service commission conducted the Asian Book Drive, Kemmerer Orphanage Picnic and an International Night. The devotions committee plans morning devotions which are held in Malone Cha pel. They have provided vesper services for spe- cial times at Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter. RELIGIOUS LIFE SERVICE COMMISSIONS Row 1: J. Kolb, B. Yoder, P. Major, M. Ahlenius. Row 2: B. Borders, L. Skadden, L. Lorenz. 56 Seated: L. Brooks, S. Denman, J. Hartke, J. Koch, E. Sweigart, M. Weber, J. Leap. Standing: B. Bates, I. Aukland, S. GoskiU, K. Lyerla, F. Soger, M. Thoraas, T. Booker, D. Wilson. R.W.A.C. is the governing body for the five women ' s residence halls. Representatives from each of these halls and from the women ' s fra- ternities make up the membership of the Coun- cil. This group seeks to promote the welfare of women students through their disciplinary act- ion, hall parties, and orientation activities. This year Maddy Weber was president first semester and Sondy Gaskill second semester. Faculty Advisors are Mrs. Ruth Walker and Mrs. Bertha Pharis. RESIDENT WOMEN ' S ASSOCIATION HOUSEMOTHERS The housemothers strive to keep a " homey " atmosphere in the dorms and to give the girls the fundamentals of i Row 1: Dr. Nichols, B. Borders, L. Laue, C. Mavon, C. Frede. Row 2: McTaggart, Dean Kerns, Mr. Cramer, D. Ast, B. Stoutenborough, K. Pirtle, H. Longerich, Mr. Gray. PUBLICATIONS BOARD Publications Board is composed of the ed- itors, business managers, and advisors of stu- dent publications and the publications photog- rapher. Dean of Students, Byron L. Kerns serves as chairman. The board discusses and works out solutions to problems in connection with the publications. PUBLICATIONS EDITORS Seated: L. Laue, C. Frede. Standing: B. Borders, C. Mavon, F. STUDENT DIRECTORY The Student-Faculty Directory is published in the fall of each school year through the co- operation of the Admissions Office and the Di- rectory Manager. The booklet features names, addresses, and telephone numbers of all MiUi- kin students and faculty. Organizations are listed at the end of the directory with their respective presidents and secretaries. Linda Laue served as editor this year. Linda Laue, Editor Who ' s the lucky girl? STUDENT HANDBOOK The Student Handbook is edited each year primarily to inform new students of the stand- ards, activities, organizations, and other impor- tant aspects of Millikin life. The Handbook is distributed each year in the fall. The editor this year is Barbara Borders. The faculty ad- visor is Dean Byron L. Kerns. B. Rachford, B. Borders, D. Wallin Barbara Borders Editor 59 DECATURIAN The Decaturian, under the leadership of Advisor Robert V. Cramer, Editor Fred McTag- gart, and Business Manager Dave Ast, con- tinued to injorm, instruct, and entertain the Millikin community. The accomplishments of this year ' s Dec staff included obtaining a Millikin mascot and re- cruiting the largest journalism class in over ten years. At the MacMurray College Newspaper Con- ference at Jacksonville, attended by four Dec staffers and Advisor Robert Cramer, profess- ional newsmen from the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Daily News, and the St. Louis Globe- Democrat gave favorable criticism to Dec news and feature stories, editorials, and make-up. Through its editorial columns, the Deca- turian spearheaded a drive to improve school spirit and to improve cooperation among cam- pus organizations. The Dec gave full support to the 15-Point Development Program for Excel- lence and printed periodical progress reports. Valuable assistance was given by Assistant Editor Pat Aukland, News Editor Emilyann Berg, Society Editor judy Aukland, and Sports Editor Tony Chamblin. Fred McTaggart, Editor Leo Renfrew, Feature Editor Pal Aukland, Assistant Editor Judy Aukland, Society Editor Emilyann Berg, News Editor Tony Chamblin, Sports Editor Sharon Jenne, Circulation Editor MILLIDEK The 1960 Millidek is designed with you, the student, in mind. It was our intention to portray the typical college student in all aspects of his life on campus — living, working, playing, wor- shipping. Each part of the student ' s life tends to mold him into what he will become in his adult years. Many new features have been added to this year ' s yearbook to make it a book which will appeal to the modern student. The use of a four color process picture and the running of three colors in the opening section have added im- mensely to the quality of the yearbook. In addition, the faculty section has been changed to include an individual informal picture of every faculty member and personnel employee. The Homecoming portion of the book has been enlarged to include two separate pages for the Homecoming Queen, and a special ' Tads and Fashions " section has been added. Further- more, the 1960 Millidek has given greater cov- erage to such cultural activities as the opera, the Town and Gown plays, and Fine Arts. We, the staff of the 1960 Millidek, hope that these changes and innovations meet your ap- proval. c c EDITORS Carol Frede and Carol Mavon Left to right: G. Williams, B. Borders, S. Hanes, P. Cherry, B. Hood, N. Bradley, J. Aukland, M. Hewett, B. Cassell. BUSINESS MANAGERS Klondis Pirtle. Glen Elms ORGANIZATIONS EDITORS Barbara Cassell, Sondra Gaskill ACTIVITIES EDITOR Judy Aukland CLASS EDITORS INFORMAL EDITORS Jeanne Gross, Georgia Williams Marjy Radunz, Martha Hewett FACULTY EDITORS Barb Borders, Barb Barth COPY EDITOR AND ADVISOR Dr. Nichols, Fred McTaggart OPENING SECTION EDITORS Sharon Skidmore, Bev Hood SPORTS EDITOR Jim Flint PHOTOGRAPHER Henry Longerich 63 » STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council, the governmental body of Milli- kin, serves as a bridge between students and faculty for discussion of problems and conflicts. Under the leadership of President Ed Belcher, Council sponsored the annual Student-Faculty Re- treat and discussed a revision in its Constitution. It also provided activities for the entire student population: All-School Mixer, " Toddlers ' Trot, " novel- ty dance. Homecoming, the valentine dance " Rhap- sody m Red, " the Spring Fever Dance, and the Junior-Senior Prom. Carole Brooks, as vice president, handled social events. Carole Brooks, Vice President, Ed Belcher, President First Row: M. Weber, C. Schroeder, N. Lukacs, E. Bel- cher, C. Brooks, W. Stoutenborough, N. Bradley, K. Fleck. Second Row: B. Bohmer, S. Logan, L Skadden, J. Pan- key, S. Gaskill, S. Denman, D. Hallihan, M. Don- gowski, D. Fantus, G. Davis. Third Row: C. Kaley, F. McTaggort, W. Bailey, J. Fink J. Shurtleff, D. Hicks, D. Larson, A. Ammann. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Row 1: B. Briggs, B. Dillingham, B. Devlin, A. Ammann, J. Nies, E. Belcher, J. Taylor. Row 2: S. Czerwonky, R. Wallin, J. Wauchope, C. Burns, D. Lauerman, Dr. Kerns, Mr. Edwards, Mr. Glasscock. Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of the presidents, faculty advisors, and two other representatives from each men ' s Greek-letter social organization. At monthly meetings, such matters as rush rules, men ' s intramurals, and inter- fraternity relations in general are discussed and administered. Each year, the Council holds a dance. Panhellenic Council is comprised of the president and rush chairman of each of the four women ' s social fraternities on campus. It functions in determining rush procedures and rush rules. Later in the year the Council works to develop Panhellen- ic relations by sponsoring a Panhell- enic banquet, a slumber party, and a dance. An annual function is the information tea given in the spring for senior girls from Decatur high schools to acquaint them with Pan- hellenic on a local and national basis. Seated: Mrs. Pharis, J. Hagebush, H. Pat- rick, L. Laue. Standing: C. Mavon, L. Satterfield, D. Law, J. Heinlein, Absent: J. Crowhurst. 67 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL ALPHA CHI OMEGA The Alpha Chi Omega girls returned from a relaxing summer to their house newly decorated with wrought ironwork. They began a colorful and active year in September with a successful rush. The new pledges and actives worked hard to make their annual All-School Street Dance a popular event in October. Homecoming was an especially busy and exciting event. Pat Aukland was selected as our queen candidate, and our float received second place in competition. Carol Mavon, our president, was author of the entire Homecoming Show this year. About 35 underprivileged children were special guests at the annual Christmas Party given by the Alpha Chis with songs, refreshments, and gifts for the children. All the girls were busy during the year in school activities. Carol Mavon served her second year as co-edit or of the Milli- dek. Linda Stivers was elected president Wait . . . Don ' t lead that King! About time for a live. of Tau Chi Pi, secretarial science organi- zation. Carol Mavon and Pat Aukland were elected to Who ' s Who. Cleo Figley was given lead in the opera, La Boheme. Marie Galloway served as chairman of the Worship Commission. We wish to thank sincerely our house- mother, Mrs. W. D. Peel; Dean and Mrs. John Burhorn, our faculty advisers; and Mrs. James Hazelrigg, our chapter adviser, for all their help this year. OFHCERS President Carol Mavon Vice President Beverly Ater Secretary Linda Stivers Treasurer Pat Aukland Row 1: P. Aukland, B. Ater, C. Mavon, Mrs Peel, A. Paul, C. Figley, S. Lee. Row 2: J. Clough, M. Radunz, J. Hehmeyer, G. Williams, D. Behrend, M. Galloway, S. Michl, L. Stivers, M. Krause, M, Werries, S. Collins, J. Crowhurst, J. Kettlekamp. Row 3: C. Boice, S. Shrout, M, Schneller, J. Koch, K. Wenger, P. Norton, J. Reiners, S. Sappenfield, B. Bohmer, S, Harrison, v. Williamson, V. Day, J. Bretz, 69 DELTA DELTA DELTA The school year 1959-1960 brought the Tri Deltas back from a summer trip to Wisconsin for a national Delta Delta Delta Leadership School, where they tied for the largest delegation in attendance. The year was a busy one for all the girls who participated in many school activi- ties. Sharon Jenne and Jan Stemheimer were chosen as Big Blue cheerleaders. Barbara Cassell was elected as junior class treasurer. Tri Deltas who served on publications were Carol Frede, co-editor of the Millidek; Linda Laue, editor of the Student Directory; and Barbara Borders, editor of the Student Handbook. Linda Laue, Carol Frede, and Marliere Ahlenius were elected to " Who ' s Who. " Sandra It ' s off to the races! After game chatter. « 70 » Hanes headed the WAA intramural pro- gram as the all-school manager. Leah Skadden was a member of the Religious Life Committee. Many others also held of- fices in campus organizations. Our sincerest thanks go to our house- mother, Mrs, Picknell, and to our faculty advisors, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Krows, and to our chapter adviser, Mrs. C. R. Flint. OFFICERS President Linda Laue Vice President Carol Frede Secretary Barbara Cassell Treasurer Sandy Hanes Row 1: M. Ahlenius, M Griffm, J. Johnson, C, Frede, L. Laue, Mrs. Bryan, L. Giller, S, Jenne, B. Kern, J. Walker. Row 2: P Cherry, N. Bradley, C. Schroeder, S. Brumley, B. Borders, B. Rachford, S. Hanes, L. Skadden, B. Thursby, J Heinlein, B. Cassell, A. Given, B. Hood, J. Wentz. Row 3: L. Dunscomb, J. Steinheimer, B. Coffman, A. Dashiell, C Larson, J Hartke, C. Gerhardt, D. Davie, D. Olson, J. Bean, I. Aukland, L. Musso, C. Findlay, K. Berryhill, C. Roltgen, I. Pollock, C. Thompson, L. Litchfield, I. Stonowicki, S. Briggen, B. Atchison, C. Rankin. « 71 » PI BETA PHI Pi Beta Phi began their 1959-1960 year by pledging twelve lovely girls. The many hours of work for Homecom- ing were all made worthwhile when Karla Fleck, Homecoming Co - chairman, pre- sented us with a first-place trophy for our float. The biggest highlight of the week- end came when last year ' s queen, Linda Brown Plambeck, crowned Carole Brooks Homecoming Queen. Since Carole is the third consecutive Pi Phi Homecoming Queen, the trophy was retired. The Pi Phi ' s were active on campus with Carole Brooks, Karla Fleck and Bev- erly Bray as cheerleaders and Roma Brad- ley as atlernate. Mary Gage served as Junior Class vice - president and Karla Fleck served as secretary. Sherry Skid- more was vice-president and Deanna Law was secretary of the Sophomore Class. Beverly Bray was elected vice-president and Pioma Bradley was elected treasurer of the Freshman Class. Carole Brooks served as Vice-President Pi Phi smiles! ! ! Have wire, will stuff! 72 of Student Council; Mary Gage as Reli- gious Emphasis Week co-chairman; Barb Butler and Sandy Bertash as co-chairmen of Campus Chest Week; and Judy Hage- bush, President of Panhellenic Council. We were honored to have Carole Brooks, Ann Drennan, Judy Hagebush, Betty Pat- terson, Karla Fleck, and Mary Gage elec- ted to " Who ' s Who, " To close this year we extend our most sincere thanks to our housemother, Mrs. Erwin, and our advisors, Mr. and Mrs. " Hank " Gill, for all of the kind considera- tion and guidance they have given us. OFHCERS President ludy Hagebush Vice President Betty Patterson Secretary Ann Drennan Treasurer JoAnne Benson Row 1: E. Berg, M. Boersma, S. Bertash, B. Bates, K. Fleck, M, Gage, B. Butler, J. VanAusdale, V. Pilcher, Row 2: A. Drennan, C. Brooks, J. Bruns, B. Mayne, J. Gross, J. Benson, Mrs. Erwin, B. Patterson, J. Hones, J. Burkhalter, B. Witzeman, S. Ferguson, ]. Hubbard, J. Balous. Row 3: P Major, B. Yoder, J. Eskndge, S. Krai, S, Skidmore, N. Dehner, J. Rizzuti, S. Carrick, C. Smith, D. Law, C. Baldwin, V, Crouch, N. Guy. Row 4: R Bradley, B. Bray, M. Gross, N. Meyers, R. Milholhn, N. Rice, M. Hayes, P. Howatt, C. Jewell, K. Lyerla. fS M . 0 M « 73 » ZETA TAU ALPHA After returning from a summer filled with study, activities, and fun, the Zetas began their fall semester. With pep, en- thusiasm, and hard work, we proceeded to capture first place in Homecoming house - decoration competition, women ' s division. Informal house dances, such as " Au- tumn in New York, " kept our social cal- endar filled. Our annual tree trimming party and Christmas dinner ushered in the holiday season. Highlighting the end of the first semester was the formal dance, " Crystal Castle, " a traditional event. Second semester, two informal dances, a faculty buffet, and the annual scholar- ship dinner marked the calendar of events. Prominent in many activities, the Zetas led the way in various phases of campus life. Helen Patrick, chapter president, was elected to " Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities; " Jane Unzicker was co-chairman of Religious Emphasis Week and chaplain of SAL Other Zetas in positions of leadership Meanwhile, back in the chicken wire! Midnight snack. « 74 » were Barbara Barth, treasurer of SEA; Sue Logon, treasurer of WAA; Joan Ben- nett, treasurer of Tau Chi Pi; Joy Pankey, president of Home Ec Club; and Bonnie Kerrigan, vice president of Young Repub- licans Club and Zeta Scholarship winner. We wish to thank Mrs. Scherer, our chapter advisor; and Mr. and Mrs. Brown, our faculty advisors, for their help and cooperation throughout the year. Their efforts were deeply appreciated. As the school year comes to a close, many of the Zetas are looking forward to the International Convention which will be held June 21-26 m Quebec at the Cha- teau Frontenac. OFHCERS President Helen Patrick Vice President Joy Pankey Secretary Camille Smith Treasurer June Unzicker « 75 » Oh, did you )ust get pinned? OK, who ' s been using my soap? ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA Beginning the year with a fine pledge class, Pi chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda continued strong nationally and locally in their house on Oakland Ave. Nationally, the fraternity was presented the National Achievement Trophy and the Campus Activities Award. It is the second time the chapter has won each honor. Bob Grenier was awarded a scholar- ship from AKL ' s national Scholarship Foundation. Locally, AKL retired the Interfraternity Council Scholarship Trophy by having the highest scholarship among the fraterni- ties for the third consecutive year. The fraternity ' s Campus Chest booth — " Pop the Prof " — raised the most money at the carnival and won a trophy for the house. The brothers of AKL had another active year on campus. Three men were elected to Phi Kappa Phi, four men elected to Phi Chi Alpha, one man elected to National Collegiate Players, and David Myrick and Cliff Cox elected to " Who ' s Who. " Steve Czerwonky served as president of SEA and La Sociedad Esponola. And in the house, two annual parties were held — " The Roman Toga Party " and " Go to Hell with AKL. " The chapter had a spring formal as well as pledge dance and date nights. In April the brothers went to Purdue to participate in AKL ' s annual Tri-State Weekend. In August representatives will attend the National Conclave in Estes Park, Colorado. V OFFICERS President Bob Golchert Vice President Steve Czerwonky Pledge-Master Jack Wauchope Social Chairman Bob Grenier Treasurer Dave Myrick Row 1: D. Williams, E. Davila, L. Coverstone, R. Frystk. Row 3: J. Walker, B. Bailey C Cox, B. Chan, B. Dillingham, Row 2: S. Swayze, S. Czerwonky, B. Golchert, J. Wauchope, " ' f,? ' ' ' S Vu Witzgall. Row 4: R. Winters, D. ElUson, B. Schenk, R. Wall, D. Taylor, K. Grenier, J. Franklin. « 77 » I DELTA SIGMA PHI Alpha Lambda chapter of Delta Sigma Phi opened the 1959-60 school year by pledging 30 men. At the end of the se- mester, 21 were initiated into the chapter. Social highlights of the year included the annual fall hayride, a pledge dance, a winter dance, a spring formal, and our annual " Sailors ' Ball. " The chapter held " open house " after Millikin home basket- ball games. Delta Sigma Phi was well-represented in campus activities and organizations. Ed Belcher headed the student body as Stu- dent Council president. Bill Stoutenbor- ough served as treasurer of Student Coun- cil. Konnie Pirtle was elected president of the Junior Class and Jerry Domescik head- ed the Sophomore Class. Three Delta Sigs — Belcher, Tony Chamblin, and Fred Mc- Taggart — were chosen for " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. " On publications, McTaggart served as editor of the Decaturian, and Pirtle and Glen Row 1: S. Schmidt, D. Brobst, L. Neuzel, R. Brooks, D. Rayhill, S. Rakow, D. Rutz. Row 2: J. Quiram, R. Oriman, R. Lents, D. Farris, J. Herriford, D. Walker, J. Johnson, D. Bunting, J. Stockman. Row 3: R Breyer, E, Inskip, D. Maxey, R, Hazelrigg, R. Kla- bunde, D. Fear, R. Koch, S. Hengst, ]. Wilhams, « 78 » Elms as co-business managers of the Milli- dek. Elms was also president of the M Club, Ken Hartrich captained the track team and Butch Ernst the baseball team. Many others held offices in other campus organizations. For the 1959-60 year, Dave Lauerman served as president and John Prange as treasurer of Alpha Lambda chapter. Fac- ulty advisor was Professor Tom Storey; alumni advisor was Bob Briggs. OFFICERS President Dave Lauerman Vice President Jack Taylor Secretary Jim Hoffman Treasurer John Prange How 1: J. Prange, R. Nelson, R. Vest, R. Ford, E. Lents, D. Smith, G. Konrad, G. Elms, K. Hamburg, M. Vogt. Row 2: R. Martin, J. Domescik, J. Billington, W. Stoutenbor- ough, K. Pirtle, D. Lauerman, J. Ahlenius, J. Hoffman, R. Holler, D. O ' Donell, J. Taylor. Row 3: B Ernst, R. Upper, T. Lents, R. Besalke, K. Hartrich, D. Upper, W. Hicks, F. McTaggart, V. Cina, J. Talbert. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Sigma Alpha Epsilon had a successful and enjoyable year. Don Schwarz led the way with a summer clean up program at the house which resulted in a new paint job for many of the rooms in the house. Terry Gibbons for the second straight year was rush chairman, and his efforts paid off with a fine pledge class. The pledge class took charge of building the Homecoming float and came up with a winner. Their huge lion was realistic, and it carried the theme " We ' re Lion for Them. " Chuck Burns completed his second term as President. Elmer " Turk " Edwards serv- ed his thirteenth year as chapter advisor. Row 1: I. Lash, L. Augsburgar, L. Frus, J. Nies, (Pledge Train- er), Mrs. Alatha Applegate, B. Barton, J. Staedke, B. Davidson. Row 2: L. McKinlay, A. Curtis, R. Harrison, M. Hones, G. Rick- ard, B. Barnett, J. Kolb, E. Galapeaux, F. Winert. Bow 3: B. Armstrong, L. Hoffman, D. Savage, P. Wincup, J. Chlumsky, M. Constance, P. Piech, B. Campbell, W. Chase, L. Wilson. OmCERS President Chuck Burns Vice President Dick Vlk Secretary Jack Suter Treasurer Chuck Davelis Row 1: D. Fleming, Tom Weyher, D. Bunting, C. Davelis, D. Vlk, Mrs. Alatha Applegate, C. Burns, J. Suter, G. Lonnon, R. Rain, R. Smith. Row 2: L Schaller, J. Nies, T. Carlson, G. Fleetwood, D. Roth, D Dunscomb, R. Gendry, D. Ast, R. Jorstad, D. Davis, N. Tingley, I. Harlin, D. Sebok, J. Hyink, ]. Smith, G. Wes- oloski . Row 3: T. Copper, D. Gill, L. Larson, I. Orndorff, C. Bach, J Hughes, D Gendry, C. Gustaison, L. Moore, J. Andrews, J. Riddle, T. Gibbons, D. Soelle, R. Riedel. « 81 » TAU KAPPA EPSILON The first semester at Tau Kappa Epsilon was marked by a busy schedule of social events and activities. The Takes took first place in Homecoming House decoration competition and won the intramural foot- ball championship. Bryce Boston reigned as Mr. Campus Chest at the Campus Chest dance. The annual TKE Harvest Hop, the College o f Complexes dance, house dances, and exchanges rounded out the semester. Second semester, the Tekes celebrated their fifty-first year at Millikin. The acti- vities schedule included the annual Fes- tival of the Red Carnation and the Spring Formal. With all these activities the men of TKE were also very active in campus work, with Bryce Boston as Senior Class « 82 » president and Ken McBain as Co-chairman of Freshman Camp. Bill Cartwright, Jock Fink, Tom Forester, and Henry Longerich held other offices and positions on cam- pus. Mrs. Gloria Graham, with all her south- ern hospitality, returned as housemother. OFFICERS President Ken McBain Vice President Denny Crowell Secretary Bryce Boston Treasurer Bob Weber Row 1: B. Devlin, R. Wallin, R. Weber, C. Querrey, Mrs. G. Graham, K. McBain, B. Boston, G. Davis, L. Walkmgton. Row 2: R Gabel, W. Sevenno, T. Christianson, L. Lenzin, R, Row 3: D. Ryan, T, O ' Brien, J. Oxley, J. Seaman, H. Longerich, Berg, W. Cartwright, R. Rogers, D. Boyd, M. Springer, R. Allen, A. Johanson, E. Wilson, S. Wilkerson, G. Liles, R. Ryan, W. Snell, J. Mulligan, D. Edmunds, A. Kunz. R. Lyman, T. Forester. « 83 » MILLIKIN INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION The Millikin Independent Association started the year off with many projects for the future. Our Homecoming Queen can- didate was Alice Coberly. Our main interest is Tuck Soo who was adopted in the fall of 1958. He is 11 years old and is in the 5th grade. Each month we send him $10 for his food and school- ing. This year we gave " An Evening with the Living Theatre " for Tuck Soo ' s bene- fit. Already plans are being made for next year ' s benefit show. It is our desire to help this young man to achieve his ambitions in life and to make available to him the opportunity of college education. It is MIA ' s hope that other organizations will become interested and concerned about our little friends across the sea. They need you, and believe it or not, you need them. Our deepest thanks go to our advisor, Mr. William Williams whose help has given us so much encouragement to do all the better. Showing everyone his birthday presents. Sharing the candy with his friends. Opening 1959 Christmas presents. Thanking us for the first money to him. « 84 » UPSILON EPSILON TAU Upsilon Epsilon Tau (VET) is a service organization open to all veterans on the campus. Though still a comparatively young organization, VET, has tried to par- ticipate in as many v -orthwhile undertak- ings as possible. Service is the motto, and the members do their best to live up to it. The main social functions of the VETs during the school year are the Annual Christmas Dance in December and the Founder ' s Day Banquet each spring in May. OFFICERS Seated: James Mitchell, Vince Ermovick. Standing: Larry Whitehurst, President Charles Hood. How 1: W. Butler, L. Whitehurst, C. Hood, J. Mitchell, V. Er- movick, Row 2: E. Svoboda, A, Voudrie, ]. Treve, D. Evans, L. Krause. Row 3: W. Fuson, D. Resler, H. Watslawek, D. Clifton. « 86 » JUNIOR PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Row 1: B. Ziebell, D. Janssen, Hewett, C. Gerhardt. Row 2: N, Rice, J. Reiners, Davie, A. Dashill, S. Sappenfield. Junior Panhellenic Council is composed of the president, social chairman, and Junior Panhellenic representative of each of the pledge classes. Junior Panhellenic Council promotes co-operation among pledge classes as it works together on its annual service project on campus and in making bids for the dance which Panhellenic Council sponsors. ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega is an international organization of college men who as- semble in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law to develop friendship and promote service to humanity. Seated: T. Christiansen, B. Cartwright, D. Ryan. Standing: J. Oxley, L. Krutzinger, J. Lindquist. athletics Athletics provide a wholesome outlet for the active student ' s energies and also serves as a basis for school spirit and enthusiasm. « 88 s COACHES Ralph Allan Don Shroyer Chuck Ross « 90 In 13 seasons at MUlikin, Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach Ralph Allan has had the distinction of taking two teams to NAIA small-college tournament in Kansas City. In 1951, Allan ' s team took second place m the tournament. Coach Allan has also guided the Big Blue to five College Conference of Illinois championships. A star halfback for Millikin in his college days, Don Shroyer has coached Big Blue foot- ball teams for the past four years. A perfection- ist. Coach Shroyer believes m a rigid training program and feels that desire is an important characteristic of any athlete. Chuck Ross was a welcome addition to the Millikin coaching staff in 1959-1960. A former professional boxer, Ross organized and coached Millikm ' s first wrestling team which finished with an undefeated season and a fourth-place in the College Conference of Illinois meet. Ross also coached baseball and was assistant foot- ball coach. Chuck Davelis " M " CLUB Row 1: R. Johnston, B. Berg, D. Farris, J. Talbert, K. Hart- rich, R. Smith. Row 2: B. Severino, J. Hoffman, J. Billington, J. Dom- escik, T. Wehyer, D. Vlk, D. Maxey. Row 3: D. Ryan, R. Jorstad, V, Trantina, G. Elms, T. Taylor, B. Grimes, T. Carlson. I960 ' MAN The Millidek has selected Chuck Davelis, senior from Argo, as " M " Man for 1960. The award is based on athletic ability, scholarship, sportsmanship and extracurricular activities. Davelis, the only senior on this year ' s foot- ball squad, was also captain and leading pass receiver for the Big Blue. He lettered all four years and was a regular three seasons. Dave- lis also was chosen by the Decaturian as Line- man of the Year. Davelis is also a trackman. He runs the 440 and 220 and anchors the mile relay team. Foot- ball Coach Don Shroyer uses agile Davelis at halfback on defense to take advantage of his speed and height. Chuck is a physical education major and wants to be a high school coach and history teacher. He ' s treasurer of his senior class and of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and is a member of the " M " Club. Chuck Davelis, Varsity Captain Row 2: D. Kraakevik, D. Rutz, K. Hartrich, D. Soelle, J. Domescik, D. Farris, C. Davelis, L. Neuzel, D. Coughlin, B. Vanderwater. Row 1: J. Lash, L. Frus, R. Roush, B. Severino, B. Arm- strong, T. Simons, S. Rakow, J. Purcell, D. Munn. Row 3: B. Ekiss, M. Constance, B. Martin, D. Maxey, T. Tincher, R. lorstad, R. Koch, D. Vlk, S. Lee, }. Hoff- man, M. Mead, Assistant Coach, Ross. « 92 » Get that dog off the field! arvin Maxey Dick Vlk Bill Severino Jerry Lash Bench-warmers whoop-it-upl The overall record of two victories and six defeats does not give a true picture of the 1959 football season. With two except- ions, Millikin was a freshman-sophomore team facing varsity competition. Coach Don Shroyer had a small squad of 26 boys and, of these, only two were upper- classmen — senior. Chuck Davelis and junior, Kenny Hartrich. Another junior, Dick Vlk, sat out most of the season with on injury. 95 « 96 » Row 1: Jan Steinheimer, Sue Barnett, Maddy Weber. Row 2: Sharon Jenne, Karla Fleck, Bev Bray, Carole Brooks. Fight For The Blue The cheerleaders this year tried to add a new wrinkle to Homecoming by adding the " Blue Birds " and increasing their cheering squad for the big game. The students enjoyed this addition. The basketball season saw another new addition to the cheering squad — new uniforms! The girls tested the new all-white skirts and sweaters for the student body, and they were well-liked. ' Birds ' -eye view " « 99 » In basketball, as in football, inexperience was the main factor in a disappointing season. Captain Tom Taylor and Glen (Bunny) Elms were the only seniors on the squad. Moreover, Elms used up his college eligibility at the end of the first semester. Juniors, Vic Trantina, Bruce Grimes, and Tony Lents, and freshman Steve Hengst, along with Taylor and Elms, were the mainstays of the team. Several freshmen showed promise for future years. The Big Blue finished the season with an impressive victory over Lake Forest — probably one of its best performances in the past three years. • ■ : ; Tom Taylor, Captain and Coach Ralph Allan Row 1: B. Boston, I. Taylor. Row 2: T. Taylor, S. Hengst, E. DeWerff, D. Fear, D. Row 3: M. Waller, M. Lents, E. Ronsopher, V. Trantina, Waters, G. Elms. T. Lents, B. Grimes, Coach Allan. « 100 » How about a boost? Millikm 62 Millikm 77 Millikin 75 Millikm 82 Millikin 65 Millikin 64 Millikm 98 SCORES Alumni 74 Quincy 90 MacMurray 84 Augustana 89 Wesleyan 74 Elmhurst 66 McKendree 109 Millikin. . Millikm 97 Millikin . Millikin. Millikm. Millikin. Quincy Tournament 84 Western Illinois 105 Quincy 86 Christian Bros 94 Normal 95 Wesleyan 69 (overtime) North Central 96 83 82 Millikin M Mill M Millikin Millikin kin. kin . kin . kin . kin . llikin. illikin . ikin. ikin . 77 81 78 86 75 77 85 76 82 91 50 MiUikm 102 SCORES Quincy 76 Eastern 94 Illinois College 71 Normal 112 Carroll 79 (overtime) Augustana 82 Eastern 81 Lake Forest 93 Carroll 93 MacMurray 93 North Central 97 Elmhurst 70 Lake Forest 79 Overall: 5-21; CCl: 1-10 « 101 » « 102 » I can ' t believe it was a strike! gyj gy l l New baseball Coach Chuck Ross had a nucleus of six returning lettermen this spring. This nucleus includes Captain Butch Ernst, Jerry Domescik, Delmar Rutz, Ron Smith, Bruce Grimes, and Garry Lonnon. A squad of 24 turned out for the first practice. « 106 » April — 9 Augustana (2) There 14 Illinois College (2) There 16 MacMurray (2) Here 18 Eastern (2) Here 23 Carroll (2) Here 30 Elmhurst (2) Here May — 7 Lake Forest (2) There 10 Illinois Wesleyan (1) There 13 Quincy (1) There 17 Illinois Wesleyan (I) Here 20 North Central (2) There Have a seat! Row 1: M. Waller, E. Ransopher, D. Williams, B. Grimes, T. Lents, B. Lents, L. Rule, ]. Purcell. Row 2: B. Householder, B. Ernst, D. Rutz, J. Klumski, G. Lonnon, L. Chapman, B. Snell, V. Gurley. Row 3: D. Arenz, L Hoffman, R. Smith, K. Curry, J. Hoffman, R. Jorstad, W. Berry, D. Siweck, C. Ross. « 107 » TRACK Lacking experience, Millikin had to depend heavily on untried freshmen and sophomores for the 1960 track team. Don Shroyer, coaching track for the first time, had three lettermen. Bob Berg, who runs the 440 yard dash; Chuck Davel- is, also a 440 man; and Ken Hartrich, who throws the javelin and runs the 220. Ken Hartrich, Captain Row 1: T. Simons, B. Shenk, K. Hartrich, A. Raduenzel, H. Hartley, J. Staedke. Row 2: R. Koch, L. Quintenz, E. DeWerff, D. Bunting, T. Weyher, J. Rush. Row 3: D. Ferris, L. Frus, J. Al lan, B. Berg, D. Fear, B. Severino, C. Davelis, L. Emmert. « 109 » Four minute miler Bet I can beat you to chapell « 110 » Coach Richard Paine had the biggest Big Blue golf sguad in many years. However, out of a squad of 14, only three were returning letter-winners. They were Captain Milt Bow- an, Gail Hupp and Jim Engle- man. Pat Kaiser, who played golf at Millikin in 1955, returned to bolster the squad. Milt Bowan, Captain Tougher-than-average type shot! GOLF « 112 » ENNIS Two returning letterwinners — Captain Dick Dunscomb and Jim Talbert — formed the nu- cleus of the Millikin tennis team this year. Other squad members were Steve Hengst, Art Ammann, Tom Cooper, Dave Probst, and Phil Cushing. The team played eight dual meets and competed in the College Conference of Illi- nois meet at Augustana. Dick Dunscomb, Captain Row 1: I. Talbert, A. Am- mann. Row 2: S. Hengst, D. Duns- comb. « 113 W. A. A. LETTER SWEATER WINNERS Row 1: M. Griffin, N. Par- kinson, B. Warick. Row 2: J. Walker, L.Laue, H. Patrick, B. Earth. The main activity of the Women ' s Athletic Association is the sponsoring of the women ' s in- tramurals program. Many sports, such as softball, bowling, basketball, and badminton, keep every- one busy throughout the year. In the spring hon- ors are presented to W.A.A. members on the basis of the number of points that have been achieved. Also at that time a traveling trophy is presented to the organization with the greatest number of points. Sandra Hanes served as president and Dorothy McClure as faculty advisor. J- ilT.M ; I { OFFICERS AND INTRAMURAL MANAGERS Row 1: V. Pharis, S. Hanes, C. Sadargus. Row 2:.G. Williams, J. Hefti, S. Logan. Row 3: S. Michl, N. Dehner, D. McClure. Dick Ryan, Captain The cross-country team is in its sec- ond year at Millikin. The sport was first run in inter-collegiate competi- tion in the 1890 ' s, and since that time has enjoyed a steady increase in popularity. Now, virtually every col- lege in the nation takes part in some form of cross-country running. This year the C. C. I. held the first cross-country conference meet on November 14, at Scovill Golf Course. Carroll, North Central, Elmhurst, Augustana, and Millikin competed in the conference. By next fall, all of the colleges in the C. C. I. will field cross-country teams. The team is coached by Ralph Allan. CROSS-COUNTRY Who ' s ahead? Row 1: B. Nelson, R. Byrkit, J. Hale. Row 2: B. Stoutenborough, J. Steadke, D. Ryan, R Allan. people Dr. Paul L. McKay, Ed Belcher — these are names which represent two segments of the people found on Millikin ' s campus. The two seg- ments, however, are not separate ones, for the faculty and students must each contribute its share toward making life at Millikin what it is — the studying of problems, the exchanging of ideas, and the sharing of ideals. « 118 » As leader of Millikin ' s " Design for Academic and Physical Excellence, " President Paul L. McKay is effi- cient, dedicated, and capable. The new men ' s dormitory and the student center, which will be completed next fall, are tangible evidence of Dr. McKay ' s leadership. Construction work on the new women ' s dormitory was started early largely because of the efforts of Dr. McKay. More intangible is the intellectual and spiritual leadership that McKay has provided. He has opened his home to the Millikin community for Student-Faculty dis- cussions; he has stressed high academic and spiritual standards; and he has commanded the respect and ad- miration of all who have had the good fortune to come into close contact with him. DEAN C. L. MILLER « 120 » DEANS As Dean of Students, Dr. Byron L. Kerns has the task of coordinating and supervising the extracurricular activi- ties, housing, the counseling program (including orientation and testing) and numerous other phases of student ac- tivity. DR. BYRON L. KERNS GLEN R. SMITH Dean of Business and Industry lOHN F. BURHORN Dean of Chapel HARRY B. WELLIVER Dean of School of Music BERTHA PHARIS Dean of Women « 121 » MUSIC DEPARTMENT Elizabeth Travis Herbert Norville Clyde Hess Walter Emch Paul Skinner Richard Hoffland J. Roger Miller Wesley Snyder Harry Welliver HISTORY DEPARTMENT Daniel Gage Willis Walker C. L. Miller Eugene Beisner BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT William Anderson Clyde Dennis Ted Bell ALUMNI OFFICE Wayne W. Krows Elizabeth Dyer Lillian Woltmann Robert Francis, Public Relations Robert Cramer, Publicity LIBRARY STAFF Beverly Moss Dorothy Moss Mary Jean Weir BUSINESS OFFICE Gertrude Munch Elizabeth Barbee Helen Dienelt Jackie Lindsay Elmer Edwards « 129 ALLAN ALEXANDER Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois DAVID AST Business Decatur, Illinois GEORGE BALER Music Decatur, Illinois SUE BARNETT (KIRBY) Education Decatur, Illinois BARBARA BARRETT (HICKS) Nursing Education Champaign, Illinois BARBARA BARTH Education Decatur, Illinois DAVID BAULOS Business Decatur, Illinois JAYNE BAULOS Education Decatur, Illinois JOANNE BENSON Education Round Lake, Illinois ■ TERRY BLACK Art Decatur, Illinois CAROL BOOKER Education Collinsville, Illinois BRYCE BOSTON Physical Education Granite City, Illinois DON BOWAN Education Decatur, Illinois PATRICK BOYLSON Business Urbana, Illinois CAROLE BROOKS Education Flora, Illinois LORNA BROOKS Music Belvidere, Illinois NANCY BROWN Biology Decatur, Illinois JAN BRUNS Education St. Louis, Missouri « 131 » Seniors Let ' s burn the evidence DAVID BUNTING History Cranbury, New Jersey lEAN BURKHALTER Speech Decatur, Illinois CHARLES BURNS Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois ROBERT CAMPBELL English Decatur, Illinois THOMAS CARLSON Business San Diego, California WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT Industry River Forest, Illinois TONY CHAMBLIN Engineering Decatur, Illinois WILLIAM CHAN Education San Francisco, California ROBERT CLARKE Speech Maroa, Illinois THOMAS COOPER Engineering Administration Rochelle, Illinois DON COSGROVE Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois CLIFFORD COX Chemistry Lawton, Iowa CHARLES DAVELIS Physical Education Argo, Illinois DONALD DAVIS Business Decatur, Illinois FRED DAVIS Business Morrisonville, Illinois « 132 » HELEN DICKEN Music Decatur, Illinois ANN DRENNAN Music Cottage Hills, Illinois DOROTHY EDKHARDT Religious Education Macon, Illinois JERRY EDMONSTON Business Decatur, Illinois IRMA EICHEL Education Decatur, Illinois GLEN ELMS Engineeering Administration Chicago, Illinois JIM ENGLEMAN English Decatur, Illinois VINCENT ERMOVICK Industry Decatur, Illinois DONALD EVANS Industry Macon, Illinois PHYLLIS EVERSOLE Music Shelbyville, Illinois SUSAN FERGUSON Art Decatur, Illinois JOHN FINK Art Decatur, Illinois GARY FLEETWOOD Business Blue Mound, Illinois DONALD FLEMING Business Decatur, Illinois RICHARD FORD Biology Decatur, Illinois RONALD FOX Industry Decatur, Illinois CAROL FREDE English Decatur, Illinois PATRICIA FUNK Secretarial Science Moweaqua, Illinois 5 if • , % 1 i i . f V h 135 » WILLIAM FUSON Industry Decatur, Illinois RICHARD GARDNER Business Decatur, Illinois DAVID GENDRY Business Administration Decatur, Illinois TERRY GIBBONS Chemistry Decatur, Illinois RICHARD GILL Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois LOU ANN GILLER Music Palmyra, Illinois ROSALIE GOFFAS Education Decatur, Illinois ROBERT GOLCHERT Speech Chicago, Illinois MEREDITH GRIFFIN Physical Education Moline, Illinois GERALD GROSS Industry Springfield, Illinois JEANNE GROSS Education Chicago, Illinois JUDY HAGEBUSH English Decatur, Illinois KERRY HAMBURG History Danville, Illinois JUDITH HANES Education Decatur, Illinois DELORES HICKS Education Decatur, Illinois CHARLES HOOD Industry Decatur, Illinois SHAREVE HOOD Violin Decatur, Illinois WILLIAM HURT Industry Decatur, Illinois « 134 • m " s ■Sr. Seniors Mother ' s little helpers. SHARON JENNE Education Highland, Illinois lUDY R. JOHNSON Education Belleville, Illinois rUDY V. JOHNSON Home Economics Western Springs, Illinois JAMES JOHNSTON History Clinton, Illinois RICHARD JOHNSTON Business Dixon, Illinois BARBARA KERN Home Economics Decatur, Illinois DARRELL KLOCKENGA Business Lincoln, Illinois HERBERT KNUTSON Business Roselle, Illinois JEAN KOLB (HUBBARD) Education Wilmington, Illinois HELEN KOLBERER Music Arenzville, Illinois JERRY KONRAD Business Decatur, Illinois WILLIAM KREHEMKER Art Chicago, Illinois ALLEN KUNZ Business Alton, Illinois RONALD LARGE Business Taylorville, Illinois LESLIE LARSEN Chemistry Round Lake, Illinois « 135 » DAVID LARSON Business Decatur, Illinois LINDA LAUE English Effingham, Illinois NANCY LENOVER Physical Education Decatur, Illinois NORMAN LENTS Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois TERRY LEWIS Industry Decatur, Illinois GARY LONNON Education Cerro Gordo, Illinois ROSE LUEHR Music Decatur, Illinois PATRICIA MADE3 English Harristown, Illinois CAROL MAVON Education Homewood, Illinois BARBARA MAYNE Home Economics El Paso, Illinois MEREDYTHE MICKLE Musi; Lynchburg, Virginia DOROTHY MOODY Education Decatur, Illinois WILLIAM MUELLER Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois JAMES MULLIGAN Engineering Ad ninistration Decatur, Illinois LEON MUZZY Industry Decatur, Illinois « 136 » DAVID MYRICK Business Decatur, Illinois [OSEPH NIES Business Chicago, Illinois MARLIERE NOACK (AHLENIUS) Education Decatur, Illinois HELEN PATRICK Education Decatur, Illinois BETTY PATTERSON Music Moline, Illinois ARDETH PAUL Music Arlington Heights, Illinois RICHARD POTKAFKA Business Decatur, Illinois rOHN PRANGE Business Mt. Olive, Illinois SUZANNE PRICE English Decatur, Illinois [ERRY PRYDE Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois RONALD RAIN Religious Education Alton, Illinois DONALD RAYHILL Industry Pana, Illinois JOSEPH RAYHILL Industry Pana, Illinois DAVID RESLER Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois lEAN RICE Music Decatur, Illinois [OHN RIDDLE History Decatur, Illinois RICHARD RYAN Chemistry Decatur, Illinois RUSSELL DUANE RYHERD Business Decatur, Illinois 1 ■ « 137 » CAROL SABLOTNY Home Economics Decatur, Illinois JOHN SEAMAN Psychology Belleville, Illinois RICHARD SEBOK History Decatur, Illinois lANET SHURTLEFF Education Decatur, Illinois DALE SMITH Business Wood River, Illinois STANLEY SMITH Physical Education Lincoln, Illinois ELLANORA STUART Music Utica, Illinois JACK SUTER Business Decatur, Illinois EDWARD SVOBODA Industry Mt. Olive, Illinois THOMAS E. TAYLOR Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois MARGARET TIMBERLIN Physical Education Decatur, Illinois NORMAN TROLIA Philosophy Decatur, Illinois DAVID TROUTMAN Biology and Chemistry Decatur, Illinois MASAKO TOYOTA English Decatur, Illinois RICHARD VEST History Decatur, Illinois DEANNA VLASHICH Music Gillespie, Illinois MARVIN VOGT Business Belleville, Illinois ALFRED VOUDRIE Business Decatur, Illinois « 138 » Seniors Time out for refreshment! lUDITH WALKER Physical Education Shelbyville, Illinois LINDELL WALKINGTON Business Carmi, Illinois RICHARD WALLIN Economics and Finance Glendale, Missouri RICHARD WARNICK Business Administration Decatur, Illinois BEVERLY WARRICK Physical Education Paris, Illinois PHYLLIS WELLS Education Dalton City, Illinois THOMAS WEYHER Business LaGrange, Illinois LARRY WHITEHURST Business Decatur, Illinois THELMA DORIS WISEMAN Education Decatur, Illinois BARBARA WITZEMAN Modern Language Springfield, Illinois BARRY WITZGALL Education Decatur, Illinois « 133 » Juniors John Ahlenius Richard Allen Arthur Ammann Evenlyn Antrim Alfred Aspengren Beverly Ater Patricia Aukland Charles Bach James Barnfield Barbara Bates Edwin Belcher Emilyann Berg Sandra Bertash Beverly Bettenhausen Barbara Borders David Boyd William Boyd Barbara Butler Barbara Cassell Linda Chapman Thomas Christiansen Alice Coberly Jerry Connors Dale Craig Dennis Crowell Stephen Czerwonky Dawn Davie Dale Day Mary Sue Dealey Ruth Dechant Sheri Denman Barry Devlin Bruce Dillingham James Donahoe Marilyn Dongowski 141 » ■■■■■■ 2. f s ! ■ — . - - - - - : i t : " ' ■ r- mm. 1 fi i j uniors HHHHHIiHBBI . . 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' 1 - ■ ' i •a ■ " X ' i James Druessel Richard Dunscomb David Edmunds David Ernst Karla Fleck James Flint Rodman Gabel Mary Gage Jerry Gardner Ron George Ronald Griffin Bruce Grimes Charles Gustaison Sandra Hanes James Harlin Darlene Harris Donald Haworth Judith Heinlein Gerald Hendricks Judy Hennigs Paul Higar Ronald Holler Gail Hupp Jill Jones Keith Judge Carolyn Kaley Dave Lauerman Tony Lents James Lindquist Loretta Jo Liptak Nancy Lukacs Lowell McKinley Fred McTaggart Martin Murphy Robert Nelson « 142 » Sophomores 3 A ' ' mi — — mmmm i 1 f y ■ 1 Jack Anderson lames Andrews Connie Ashburn Judith Aukland William Bailey , P Carolyn Baldwin Larry Ball Philip Beadles Diane Behrend Joan Bermett 1 ; John Billington Carol Boice Terry Boston James Boyd Robert Braden cecKy uraaiey Nancy Bradley Dave Brobst Roger Brooks William Burgis Carol Butt Harold Campbell Hartley Carlton Sharon Carrick Jamene Cattinari f 1 Marilyn Chaney Walter Chase Paula Cherry Henry Christensen Vincent Cina Ji4 Sharon Clements Janet Clough Wayne Collins Marcia Conway Judith Creech Sophomores Vicki Crouch Philip Gushing Ernie Dash Alice Dashiell Roger Davenport Garry Davis Nancy Dehner Sherilyn Dick Robert Dobbels Kent Dobson Jerry Domescik Roberta Dudley John Eaton Judy Eskridge David Fantus Don Farris Carolyn Findlay Clark Flake Thomas Foerster Gerald Freeman Marie Galloway Betty Garrett Sondra Gaskill Robert Gendry Andrea Given Peggy Jo Good Kay Gray Beverly Gulick Nancy Guy Carole Hadley Dana Hallihan Joann Hartke Ronald Hayes Jeannette Hefti Judith Hehmeyer « 147 » • ' f ■ • -1 i lili t .. ' mk t W I % t... ri ' - i . f i ■ 1 si Darrell Helm Fred Herzon Jimmy Hoffman Beverly Hood Marylan Hubbard James Hughes John Hyink Ron James Ryan Jorstad Norma Kelly Roger Kendall Mary Janes Kennedy Joy Kettelkamp Ulrich Klabunde Herbert Klebe Dean Lanckton Larry Lanter Leo Lenzen Charles Liles Thomas Link Sue Logan Henry Longerich Robert Lyman John Mack John Modes « 148 i Patricia Major Kenneth McBain Karen McNeil William McQueen Suzanne MichI Larry Moore Stephen Mumma James Myers Jean Myers Terri Nepil Richard Newbould Rita Nielsen Thomas O ' Brien Don O ' Donnell Jan Oxley Terry Petersen George Peterson Victoria Pharis Drury Piech Carole Prudik James Quiram Marjorie Radunz David Reed Patrick Reed Jean Reiners Harriet Renken JoAnne Rizzuti Ellen Rogers Richard Rogers David Roth Del Rutz Douglas Ryan Walter Sadowski Lynda Satteriield Jo Saum 1 % % ■ f ™ 1,,,,. !■ r - j jjt « 149 » mi ( . f Lee Schaller Carolyn Schroeder Jerry Siloski Edward Sirovatka - Sharon Skidmore hi ' ■II— M 1 J Mhb t Robert Smith Ronald Smith Mary Jane Smithson Arline Soards Douglas Soelle Libby Spaninger William Stoner Bill Stoutenborough Stuart Swayze James Talbert Shirley Thomason Phyllis Thompson Patricia Tilley Donald Upper Ronald Upper Anita Vandermark Jerry Ward Hannes Watzlawek Madeleine Weber Jean Wentz 1 George Wesoloski Larry White Kristin Wiedbush James Williams Edward Wilson Larry Wilson Beverly Wright Betty Yoder Janice Zelnick Sophomores « 150 » « 151 » Kathleen Brittain Nancy Brubaker ( Helen Burgett Sandra Burgner Robert Byrkit Sharon Cady Larry Calvert Bruce Campbell Richard Campbell Gary Catlin V 7 ■ t Larry Chapman Jerome Chlumsky Miriam Clamitz Richard Clark Darryl Clausing ■ Ralph Coate Barbara Cofiman Michael Constance Nancy Garwood David Cope s ' if] Rosalind Cordts Lynn Coverstone David Cox Paula Craycroft David Crow ■ -- , ■ s 4 f -1 Allan Curtis Robert Davidson Eliud Davila Kenneth Davis m Virginia Day Earl DeWerff Linda Dunscomb Mary Kay Durbin William Ekiss — — " " ■ III 153 » Dee Anne Ellison Dennis Ellison Leonard Elnert Lila Eyer Carol Farkas Vernon Fitch Ann Fitzjarrald Margaret Fox John Franklin Larry Frus Ronald Frystock Edward Galapeaux Judie Cook Ron Gaul Carol Gerhardt Ken Grenier Kaye Grimes Maria Gross William Hale Ronnie Handshy Michael Hanes Thomas Hargis Virginia Harms Susan Harrison Marjorie Hastings Jean Hayer Mareta Hayes Linda Hays William Haywood David Hazelrigg Frederick Heinkel Mercedes Heinzman Martha Hewett Larry Hoffman Rita Hollingsworth I « 154 » Michael Lents Robert Lents Janet Leyden Linda Lloyd Phillip Longmire Leith Lorenz Kay Jeanne Lyerla John Madsen Janet Maue Len Mauzer Lester Meyer Jean Mickelson Rita Milhollin Barbara Miller Sharon Mitchell Marilyn Mullins Morrill Munyon Linda Musso Nancy Myers Dennis Neal Mary Lou Nein Larry Neuzel Barbara Newman Robert Nilles Patricia Norton Yoshiko Okubo Donna Olson Roger Ortman Kathleen Oyler Mati Palm-Leis Gary Palmquist Karen Patterson Vicki Pilcher George Piper Fred Plattner « 156 » Joy Pollock Paul Primm Verna Probst John Purcell Al Raduenzel Steven Rakow Carolyn Rankin Edwin Ransopher Nancy Reed Marcy Reed James Reinhold Larry Reitsel Nancy Rice Carolyn Roltgen Larry Rule Joyce Santeler Sharon Sappenfield Christine Saudargas Dewey Savage Robert Schenk Joandel Schmidt Marian Schneller Elizabeth Schweigerdt Sheila Shrout Terry Simons Freshmen If I had my way « 157 » — _i i- ' 1 ? [ ..J Diane Simonsen Janice Smith Gerald Spence John Staedke Judith Stanowicki - • If Of Patricia Stebbins Mary Jo Steinbach Ron Steinberg Jan Steinheimer Nancy Stewart Sharon Stiegemeier :v m 1 John Stockman John Strocher Calvin Stuckemeyer Juanita Stutz SB Don Tate Carilyn Thompson Thomas Tincher Jesse Tipton Jack Usborne 1 Gilbert Veach Julia Vernon Paul Viehmann Betty Vitek Karen Vork I 1 jpijllill a JBIBI James Walker Michael Waller Jean Ward Darrell Waters 1 David Webb 1 ' 1 1 1 . Ir 1 i Bruce Wedeles Fred Weinert Kay Wenger Carole Wessler Joyce West « 158 » « 159 » WHY THEY FLUNKED WHY THEY FLUNKED HISTORY 12 APRIL 17. I960 Give all the dates since the beginning of Time naming four or five important events that occurred in each. BIOLOGY 11 SEPTEMBER 29, 1959 Give the classification of the animal kingdom. FRENCH 38 FEBRUARY 13. 1960 Trace, analyze, compare and contrast the concept and the representation of the idea of Love in Homer, Sophocles, Plato, Seneca, Dante, Cervantes, Shake- speare, Alfred de Musset, Alfred de Vigny, Baudelaire and U. S. Doss with special emphasis on the influence of each of the previous authors on the style and thought of Lamartine. MATHEMATICS 12 FEBRUARY 20, 1960 2a ' 3 4n- 8a I ' 4 f 2mn 362b ' + _ 4a 00 —2 • (0) ' r, 2b J + p ' + p ' . . . p — 1 3arm Explain. PHILOSOPHY 11 OCTOBER 20, 1959 Explain using certain existentialistic postulates the relative values of cosmo- logical forces acting upon the epistemological concepts of antediluvian man in relation to the Homeric myth and as opposed to the Platonic concept of Justice. Be concise. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DECEMBER 19, 1959 What v as the major influence on your life, philosophy, religion, and cosmo- theory that this course permanently left with you after our study of the function of riboflavin on the human liver? 160 WHY THEY FLUNKED WHY THEY FLUNKED GERMAN 122 MARCH 17, 1960 " The immediate effect of this transaction is a transfer and decrease of the balances with European banks of U. S. Banks, or, a decrease and transfer of U. S. balances with foreign banks, or, an increase of balances of reserves of European banks with European banks, or a decrease and transfer of reserves of American banks with American banks. " Translate using Past Tense throughout. PSYCHOLOGY 3G MAY 10, 1960 Is the relation between Freudian principles of interrelated philosophic phe- nomena relative to the consideration of super-cranially motivated field mice acting in a sphere of primordial frustration consistent with the Levinian theory of subjunctive impression? Concentrate and answer. Remember: The oversexed monkey didn ' t get the banana. LOGIC 58 MARCH 11. 1960 AvB Tf AvB „ . AH A some B If and g WHY A ' — B ' Assuming that post hoc, propter hoc, and Carthaginem delendam. esse, why is the above a ridiculous statement? PHYSICS 11 NOVEMBER 19, 1959 PART I, First Question: With the equipment in front of you, construct a successful radio station. CHEMISTRY 44 FEBRUARY 23. 1960 Give all the stereoisomeric, optical, structural and geometrical isomers and mirror images and all their glycocydes, furanoses. Alpha and Beta manoses fructoses and leucose sugars in the storeroom. « 161 » SENIOR ACTIVITIES AHLENIUS, MARLIERE NOACK Campus Chest Committee; Conant; Canterbury Club; Fresh- man Camp Treasurer; SEA; Homecoming Show; IntramuraU MiUidek; P. Mu Theta, President; Pi Mu Theta Scholarship Who ' s Who; Religious Emphasis Week Committee; WAA Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain. AST, DAVID Junior Class Treasurer; Business Manager of e Decaturian; Interfraternity Council Treasurer; Intramurals; Phi Ohi Alpha, President; Publications Board; UYF; Varsity Basketball; ScoviU Prize; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Corresponding Secre- tary, Scholarship Chairman. BAKER, GEORGE Choir; Student Council; Phi Mu Alpha, Secretary. BARNETT, SUE Campus Chest Committee; Cheerleader; SEA; Homecoming Committee; Jr., Sr. Prom Committee; Delta Gamma; Pi Beta Phi Social Member. BARRETT, BARBARA Freshman Camp Counselor; RWAC; University Nurse. Intramurals; Pi Mu Theta; BARTH, BARBARA Campus Chest Committee; Canterbury Club; Freshrnan Camp Counselor; SEA, Treasurer; Home Economics Club MUlidek; Religious Emphasis Week Committee Studen Council Social Committee; WAA; Zeta Tau Alpha, Pubhc Relations Chairman, Ritual Chairman. BAULOS, DAVID L. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BAULOS, JAYNE GANSCHINIETZ Alpha Epsilon Rho, Monitor: SEA; Intramurals; lunior Pan- hellenic Council; MiUidek; WAA; Pi Beta Phi. BENSON JO ANNE Campus Chest Committee; Cheerleader; Chorus; Conant; SEA- Millidek; Religious Life Commission; Student Handbook; Student Council Committee; Jr., Sr. Prom Committee; Home- coming Show; Student-Faculty Retreat; Pi Beta Phi, Treas- BLACK. TERRY Campus Chest Committee; Interfraternity Council; Intra- murals; Milhdek; Tower Club, President; Town and Gown, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Vice-President, Pledgemaster, So- cial Chairman, Recording Secretary, Chaplain. BOOKER, CAROL TIMM Campus Chest Committee; SEA, Secretary; Homecoming Committee; RWAC; WAA. BOSTON. BRYCE Adpha Phi Omega; Campus Chest Committee; Senior Class President; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Com- mittee; Intramurals; Varsity Basketball; Young Republicans, Mr. Campus Chest; Assistant Basketball Coach; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Intramural Manager, Chaplain. BOWAN, DONALD W. SEA, Mathematical Association of America; National Coun- cil of Teachers of Mathematics. BROOKS. CAROLE Campus Chest Treasurer; Cheerleader; Chorus; Committee on Chapels and Assemblies; Freshman Camp Counselor; SEA- Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Programs Com- mittee- R. E. Week Committee; RWAC; Student Affairs Corn- m t ee- Student Council, Vice-President; Student Handbook; UYF WAA- Homecoming Queen; Who ' s Who; Homecoming Show- Organist for Morning Devotions ' Co-Chairman ot Discussion and Fellowship Commission; Religious Life Com- mittee, Secretary; Student-Faculty Retreat; Student Council Publicity Committee; Pi Beta Phi, Intramural Manager. BROOKS. LORI , , Chorus; RWAC; Sigma Alpha Iota; Milhkin Independent Association. BROOM. ROBERT Campus Chest Committee; Chi Eta Rho; Intramurals; Student Council; Town and Gown; MiUikm Independent Association. BRUNE. DONALD W. Upsilon Epsilon Tau. BRUNS, JANICE SEA- Intramurals; Tau Chi Pi; WAA; Milliden Committee; Pi Beta Phi, Pi Phi Times Correspondent. BURKHALTER, JEAN Alpha Epsilon Rho; Conant; SEA; Homecorning Committee; Opera, Make-up; Tower Club; Town and Gown; Young Democrats; National Collegiate Players, Deutsche Verem; Assistant in Speech Department; Pi Beta Phi, Program Chair- man, Assistant Rush Captain. BURNS. CHARLES Interfraternity Council, Intramurals; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Warden, President. CARTWRIGHT, WILLIAM Alpha Phi Omega; Campus Chest Committee,- Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Committee; Millikm Indus- trial Society; Young Republicans; Tau Kappa Epsilon, So- cial Chairman. CHAMBLIN. ROBERT TONY Alpha Epsilon Rho; Conant; Debate; Decaturian, Sports Editor, Business Manager; Sports Publicity Director Intra- murals; La Sociedad Espanola; ' M C ub. Publications Board; Student Directory; Varsity Football; Varsity Tennis; Delta Sigma Phi. COX, CLIFFORD Fine Arts Committee; Intramurals; Le Cercle Froncais; Phi Chi Alpha; Programs Committee; R. E. Week Committee, Si ma Zeta; Town and Gown; UYF; Religious Life Com- mittee; Worship Commission; German Club, Treasurer; Alpha Kappa Lambda, Treasurer, Chaplain, Historian, Projects Chairman, DAVELIS, CHARLES Campus Chest Committee; Class Officer, SEA; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; " M " Club, UYF; Varsity Footbal Captain; Joe Catlin Award; Al Conference Football; All State Football; Varsity Track; Young Republicans; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer, Pledge Trainer, Activities Chair- man. DICKEN. HELEN Campus Chest Committee; A Cappella Choir; Opera; R t. Week Committee; Sigma Alpha Iota; Assistant m the School of Music; Homecoming Queen Candidate; Zeta Tau Alpha, Song Director, Skit Chairman. DRENNAN. ANN Alpha Epsilon Rho; A Cappella Choir; Chorus; Freshma Camp Counselor; Homelcoming Committee; Intramurals, Milhdek; Opera; Sigma Alnha Iota, Music Director; Town and Gown; National Collegiate Players; Who s Who; Dean s List; Homecoming Show; Sentle Music Scholarship: Music Educator ' s National Conference; Pi Beta Phi, Song Director, Recording Secretary. ECKHARDT. DORTHY SEA; La Sociedad Espanola; R. E. Week Committee. EICHEL. IRMA PRUSS Chorus; SEA; Campus Christian Fellowship, Secretary. ELMS. GLEN Campus Chest Committee: Homecoming Committee; Intra- murals; " M " Club, President; Millidek, Co-Business Mana- aer- R E. Week Committee: Varsity Basketball; Young Republicans; Deha Sigma Phi, Pledge Master, House Man- ger. ENGLEMAN. JAMES Campus Chest Committee; A Cappella ,Choir; Conant; De- bate; Fine Arts Committee; Intramurals,- M Club; Millidek; Phi Mu Alpha; Pi Kappa Delta; R. E. Week Cominittee; UYt; Varsity Golf; Varsity Tennis; Homecoining Show; Co- Chairman of R. E. Week: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Activities Chairman. « 162 » ERMOVICK, VINCENT JOSEPH Millikin Industrial Society, President; Upsilon Epsilon Tau, Secretary-Treasurer. EVANS, DONALD Intramurals; Millikin Industrial Society, Upsilon Epsilon Tau. EVERSOLE, PHYLLIS Band; Opera; Orchestra; RWAC; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treas- urer; Student Council; Band and Orchestra Assistant. FERGUSON, SUSAN Newman Club; Homecoming Committee; Tau Chi Pi; Tower Club; Town and Gown; Pi Beta Phi, Historian. FLEETWOOD, GARY Campus Chest Committee; SEA; Young Republicans; Ger- man Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FLEMING, DONALD Conant, Treasurer; Intramurals; Millidek; Tower Club; Na- tional Press Photographer ' s Association; Illinois Press Photographers Association; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FORD, RICHARD Varsity Football; Delta Sigma Phi. FOX. RONALD Honor Roll, Tau Kappa Epsilon. FREDE, CAROL Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Secretary oi Junior Class, Conant; Denominational Club; SEA; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Le Cercle Francois, Vice-President; Millidek, Editor; Panhellenic Council; Pi Mu Theta; Publica- tions Board; WAA; Ecumenical Workcamp; Pi Mu Theta Scholarship; Delta Delta Delta, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, Assistant Rush Chairman, Who ' s Who. FUSON, WILLIAM Intramurals; Millikin Industrial Society; Sigma Alpha Ep- silon. GARDNER, RICHARD D. Phi Chi Alpha. GENDRY, DAVID Alpha Phi Omega; Intramurals; Varsity Basketball, Mana- ger; Homecoming Show; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alumni Chairman. GIBBONS. TERRY Campus Chest Committee; A Cappella Choir; Class Officer; Debate; Fine Arts Committee; Freshman Camp Counselor, Homecoming Co-Chairman; Intramurals; Student Affairs Committee; Student Handbook; Student-Faculty Retreat; Honor Roll; Sigm.a Alpha Epsilon, Corresponding Secretary, Rush Chairman. GILL. RICHARD Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Freshman Camp Coun- selor; Millidek; Publications Board; Young Republicans; Football Manager; Constitution Committee; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GILLER, LOU ANN Alpha Epsilon Rho; Cheerleader; Choir; Chorus; SEA; Home Economics Club; Intramurals; UYF; WAA; Homecoming Show; Delta Delta Delta, Historian, Song Leader. GOFFAS. ROSALIE SEA GOLCHERT. ROBERT Alpha Epsilon Rho, Monitor; Campus Chest Committee; Conant; Decaturian; SEA; Homecoming Show; Intertraternity Council; La Sociedad Espanola; Opera; R. E. Week Com- mittee; Tower Club; Town and Gown; National Collegiate Players; Milliden Committee; Religous Life Service Com- mission; Alpha Kappa Lambda, President, Vice-President; Secretary; Social Chairman. GRENIER. ROBERT Campus Chest Committee; Denominational Club; SEA; In- tramurals; Deutsche Verein, President; R, E. Week Com- mittee; Student Council; Tower Club; Young Republicans; Alpha Kappa Lambda, Corresponding Secretary, Rush Chair- man, Social Chairman, GRIFFIN, MEREDITH Denominational Club; SEA; Homecoming Committee; Intra- murals; R. E. Week Committee; UYF; WAA; Delta Delta Delta, GROSS, GERALD Millikin Industrial Society; Student Council; Upsilon Epsilon Tau. GROSS. JEANNE Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Homecoming Committee; SEA; Intramurals; Millidek Staff; Panhellenic Council, WAA; Jr., Sr. Prom Committee; Student Council Election and Social Committees; Honor Roll; UYF; Pi Beta Phi, Assistant Treasurer, Rush Chairman, Social Etiquette Chairman, Ac- tivities Chairman. HAGEBUSH. JUDITH Co-Chairman of Campus Chest; Class Officer; Conant, Vice President, Secretary; Canterbury Club, President; Fresh- man Camp Counselor; Homecomina Committee; Junior Pan- hellenic Council, Secretary; Who ' s Who; Le Cercle Fran- cois, President; Panhellenic Council, President; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta; R, E. Week Committee; Retreat Leader; Assistant in English Department; Gorin French Award; Scovill Award; AAUW Scholarship; Pi Beta Phi, President, Pledge Trainer, HAMBURG. KERRY La Sociedad Espanola; " M " Club; Cross Country; Delta Sigma Phi. HANES. JUDITH Denominational Club; SEA; Homecoming Committee; Intra- murals; WAA; Young Republicans; Pi Beta Phi, Settlement School Chairman; Social Chairman; Corresponding Secretary. HICKS. DELORES SEA,.; Intramurals; Student Council; Millikin Independent Association, Vice President, Executive Secretary. HILL, JAMES A Cappella Choir; Chorus; Opera; Town and Gown; Na- tional Collegiate Players; Millikin Independent Association. HOOD. SHAREVE Opera; Orchestra; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta; Student Council; Sigma Alpha Iota, Social Chairman; Scovill Prize. HUBBARD. JEAN KOLB Campus Chest Committee; Newman Club; SEA; Homecom- ing Committee; Intramurals; Tower Club; WAA; Pi Beta Phi, Magazine Chairman, Censor, Social Chairman. HURT. WILLIAM Alpha Phi Omega; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Millikin Independent Association, Treasurer. JENNE. SHARON Campus Chest Committee; Cheerleader; Chorus; Decaturian Circulation Manager; SEA; Intramurals; Millidek; Opera; R. E. Week Committee; UYF; WAA; Homecoming Show; Delta Delta Delta, Corresponding Secretary. JOHNSTON, RICHARD Phi Chi Alpha, Vice President; Varsity Track, Cross Coun- try; Assistant in Business Department. KERN. BARBARA Canterbury Club; SEA; Home Economics Club; Intramurals; Millidek; Publications Board; Delta Delta Delta, Social Chairman, Recommendations Chairman. KLOCKENGA. DARRELL Intramurals SENIOR ACTIVITIES « 163 » SENIOR ACTIVITIES KNUTSON. HERBERT Chi Eta Rho: Homecoming Committee Alpha; Assistant Epsilon, Secretary Intramurals; Phi Chi Business Department; Sigma Alpha KOLBERER, HELEN Band Chorus; Denominational Club; Intramurals; RWAC; Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice President; Student Council; WAA; Band Assistant. KREHEMKER, WILLIAM Campus Chest Committee; Interfraternity Council; Intra- murals- R E. Week Committee; Tower Club; Varsity Track; Alpha Kappa Lambda, President, Scholarship Chairman, Intramural Chairman. KUNZ, ALLEN Freshman Camp Counselor; Intramurals; Town and Gown; Young Republicans; Homecoming Show; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Intramural Manager. LARGE, RONALD Chi Eta Rho. MICKLE, PENNY Orchestra; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Pi Mu Theta; RWAC; Sigma Alpha Iota, Program Chairman; Student Coun- cil; Town and Gown; UYF; R. E. Week Committee; Home- coming Show; Student-Faculty Retreat; Scovill Prize; Min- turn Scholarship. MUZZY, LEON Millikin Industrial Society; Millikin Independent Association. MYRICK. DAVID Chi Eta Rho; Interfraternity Council; Intramurals; Orchestra; Phi Chi Alpha; Phi Kappa Phi; Student Council; Varsity Basketball; Scovill Prize; Alpha Kappa Lambda, President, Treasurer; Pledgemaster. NIES, JOE Alpha Epsilon Rho, President; Campus Chest Committee; President of Sophomore and Junior Class; Newman Club; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Committee; Inter- fraternity Council, President; Intramurals; Who ' s Who; Honor Roll; I.M. All Star Basketball Team; Student Direc- tory; Student Handbook; Tower Club; " loung Republicans; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice President, Pledge Trainer. LARSEN, LES Campus Chest Committee; Homecoming Committee; Intra- murals; R. E. Week Committee; Sigma Zeta, Secretary- Treasurer; Student Handbook; Town and Gown; Varsity Football, Manager; F reshman Chemistrv Award; Chapel Renovation Co-Chairman; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LARSON, DAVID Campus Chest Committee; Committee on Chapels and As- semblies; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Com- mittee- Interfraternity Council; Intramurals; R. E. Week Committee; Student Council; Student-Faculty Retreat, Pro- grams Chairman; Buildings and Grounds Committee, Chair- man; Chairman of Morning Devotions Committee; Canter- bury Club, President; Phi Kappa Sigma. LAUE, LINDA Campus Chest Committee; Secretary of Sophomore Class; Conant; Canterbury Club; SEA; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Le Cercle Francais; Millidek; Panhellenic Coun- cil- Pi Mu Theta- Publications Board; Student Directory, Student Handbook; WAA; Who ' s Who; Homecoming Attendant; R. E. Week Committee; Homecoming Honor Roll; Psi Psi Psi International Scholarship Delta Delta Delta President, Corresponding Sec- Editor; Queen Show; Award; retary. LENOVER, NANCY SEA; Intramurals; WAA; Tennis Tournament. LENTS, NORMAN Intramurals; Delta Sigma Phi. LONNON, GARY Campus Chest Committee; Conant; SEA; Intramurals; " M " Club: Student Affairs Committee; Varsity Baseball; Young Republicans; Homecoming Show; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Ac- tivities chairman. MADES, PATRICIA Conant, President; Pi Mu Theta, Secretary-Treasurer; Conant Writing Contest, Winner; Millikin Independent Association, President, Vice President. PATRICK, HELEN Campus Chest Committee; Freshman Camp Counselor; SEA; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Junior Panhellenic, Vice President; Millidek; Panhellenic Council, Vice-President; R. E. Week Committee; Tower Club, Secretary; WAA; Student-Faculty Retreat; Zeta Tau Alpha, President, Vice- President, Pledge Trainer, Intramural Manager. PATTERSON. BETTY Campus Chest Committee; A Cappella Choir; Conant; Fresh- man Camp Counselor; Opera; Pi Mu Theta, Vice-President; Co-Chairman of R, E. Week; Town and Gown; UYF; Campus Chest Scholarship; James Miller Scholarship; Chairman of Religious Life Committee; Who ' s Who; Student-Faculty Re- treat; Pi Beta Phi, Vice-President, Chaplain. PAUL. ARDETH Band- A Cappella Choir; Chorus; SEA; Intramurals; Opera; R. E. Week Committee; RWAC; WAA; Alpna Chi Omega, House President, Song Leader. PIERCE. ROBERT Varsity Tennis; Phi Delta Theta. PRANGE. JOHN Chi Eta Rho, Vice-President; Intramurals; cans; Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer. Young Republi- HAIN, RONALD Campus Chest Committee; A Cappella Choir; Chorus; Vice- President of Sophomore Class; Committee on Chapels and Assemblies; Co-Chairman of Freshman Camp; Homecoming Committee; Interfraternity Council; Intramurals; La Sociedad Espanola, Secretary; Programs Committee; R. E. Week Committee; Student Council; UYF; Who ' s Who; Varsity Football; Varsity Tennis; Homecoming Show; Student- Faculty Retreat; Religious Life Committee; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ' Vice-President, House Manager, Song Leader, Social Chairman, Chaplain. RAIfHILL, DONALD Intramurals; Millikin Industrial Society; Upsilon Epsilon Tau, President; Delta Sigma Phi. MARTIN. JOSEPH " M " Club; Varsity Golf. MAVON. CAROL Chorus- Conant; Decaturian; Newman Club; Homecoming Committee; Junior Panhellenic, President; Millidek, Editor; Panhellenic Council, Secretary; Publications Board; Town and Gown, ' Who ' s Who; Homecoming Show; Alpha Chi Omega, President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Sec- retary; Social Chairman. MAYNE. BARBARA Band- Campus Chest Committee; SEA; Intramurals; Home Economics Club; R. E. Week Committee; Town and Gown; WAA; Homecoming Show; Pi Beta Phi, Magazine Chairman, Intramural Manager. RENFROW, LEO Campus Chest Committee; Decaturian; Student Council; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Young Republicans. RESLER, DAVID Intramurals; " M " Club; Millikin Industrial Society; Student Council; Upsilon Epsilon Tau, Vice-President; Varsity Foot- ball; Phi Delta Theta. RICE, JEAN Band; Chorus; Opera; Orchestra; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treas- urer; Student Council; Band and Orchestra Assistant. RIDDLE, JOHN Debate; Student Handbook; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 164 RYAN, RICHARD Alpha Phi Omega; Newman Club; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; " M " Club; Sigma Zeta; Varsity Track; Young Democrats; Cross Country, Captain; Deutsche Verein, Vice- President; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian. HYHERD, R. DUANE Upsilon Epsilon Tau SEAMAN, JOHN Alpha Phi Omega; Chorus; Intramurals; Le Cercle Francais, Treasurer; Student Council; Town and Gown; Young Repub- licans; Homecoming Show; Student Council Social Com- mittee; Religious Life Commission; Tau Kappa Epsilon. SEBOK, RICHARD Campus Chest, Treasurer; A Cappella Choir; Debate; New- man Club; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Com- mittee; La Sociedad Espanola; Student Council Social Committee; Usher, Fine Arts; Homecoming Show; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Song Leader, Social Chairman. SHURTLEFF, JANET SEA; Intramurals; Junior Panhellenic Council; Student Council; WAA; Zeta Tau Alpha. SMITH. M. DALE Intramurals; Millidek; Student Affairs Committee; Town and Gown; Delta Sigma Phi. SMITH, STANLEY L. Upsilon Epsilon Tau STUART, ELLANORA A Cappella Choir; Chorus; Opera; RWAC; Tower Club; UYF; Millikin Independent Association. SUTER, JACK Campus Chest Committee; Newman Club; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Student Council; Student Hand- book; Honor Roll; Chairman Elections Committee; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, Activities Chairman. SVOBODA, EDWARD Millikin Industrial Society, Secretary; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Honor Roll. TIMBERLIN. MARGARET HARGREAVE SEA; Intramurals; WAA; Tennis Tournament; Illinois Asso- ciation for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; Delta Delta Delta, Historian. TROLIA, NORMAN Chorus; German Club. TROUTMAN, DAVID Phi Mu Alpha; Sigma Zeta, Vice-President; Conant Poetry Prize; Biology Prize; Scovill Award. VEST. RICHARD Alpha Epsilon Rho; Decaturian; Homecoming Committee, R. E. Week Committee; Varsity Tennis; Delta Sigma Phi. VOGT. MARVIN Intramurals; Young Republicans; Delta Sigrna Phi, Pledge Master, Intramural Manager. VOUDRIE. ALFRED Intramurals; Upsilon Epsilon Tau. WALKER. JUDITH Intramurals; RWAC; WAA; Tennis Tournament; Illinois As- sociation for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; Delta Delta Delta, House President. WALKINGTON, LINDELL Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Freshman Camp Coun- selor; Intramurals; Homecoming Committee; Homecoming Show; Morning Devotions Committee; Tau Kappa Lpsilon, Commissary Manager, Chaplain. WARNICK. RICHARD Intramurals; Upsilon Epsilon Tau. WARRICK, BEVERLY SEA, Historian; Intramurals; Student Handbook; WAA; Ten- nis Tournament; Illinois Association of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. WELLS. PHYLLIS Chorus; Conant; SEA, Publicity Chairman; WAA; Home- coming Queen Attendant; Millikin Independent Association. WEYHER. TOM Decaturian; Intramurals; " M " Club; UYF; Variety Basket- ball; Varsity Track; Student Council Social Committee; Homecoming Show; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Intramural Man- ager. WHITEHURST. LARRY Intramurals; Phi Chi Alpha; Upsilon Epsilon Tau, Vice- President, Treasurer; Honor Roll. WILLIAMS. JUDITH DOORE SEA; Pi Mu Theta; Honor Roll; AAUW Scholarship. WISEMAS. DORIS SEA WITZEMAN, BARBARA Campus Chest Committee; Cnorus; Fine Arts Committee; SEA; Intramurals; La Sociedad Espanola; Le Cercle Francois Vice-President; RWAC; Tau Chi Pi; WAA; Departmental Assistant; Honor Roll; Pi Beta Phi, House Manager, Schol- arship Chairman. WITZGALL. BARRY Campus Chest Committee; Conant; Debate; Newman Club, State Vice-President; SEA, President; Interfraternity Coun- cil; Intramurals; Student Council; Tower Club; Young Re- publicans; Honor Roll; Alpha Kappa Lambda, Secretary, Rush Chairman, Intramural Manager, Projects Chairman. « 165 SENIOR ACTIVITIES The Association of Commerce is a " Self- help " organization whose " city building pro- gram " helped build Decatur into the hometown of your college years. Upon graduation, you enter community life via business, industry, or the professions. You enter this life at the start of a new decade. This decade must face significant and world developments. To you as a modern student vnll fall a share of responsibility to meet new de- mands for leadership. You have the training and abilities. Stand up to these demands. Congratulations to you 1960 Millikin gradu- ates as the profile of a modern student. 166 » THE BANK WITH TIME FOR YOU . . ... to help you enjoy the facilities of . . . 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MAIN ST. 89 YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE • Diamonds e Watches • China • Crystal • Fashion Jewelry • Linens • Perfumes • Handbag;s Sterling and Plated Silverware POST ' S DIAMONDS Are ' Registered ' For Your Protection You Are Invited to Join POST ' S STERLING SILVER CLUB Bridal Registering Service Available Over 100 Choice Sterling Patterns to Select From There ' s No Extra Charge for Post ' s Liberal Payment Plan! H. POST SONS Jewelers for Over 89 Years Merchant at Prairie Phone 3-9781 Decatur, Illinois « 183 » Best Wishes for Success from BLACK COMPANY SPORTING GOODS THE NORMAN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY FASHION HEADQUARTERS • TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOP jor sports and casual clothes • THE SALON SHOPS for dresses, coats, and suits • THE ACCESSORY BAR for smart accessories, lingerie • MILLINERY SALON for the smartest hats in town Compliments of BEATRICE FOODS CO. Meadow Gold Milk and Ice Cream Decatur, Illinois Phone 5241 340 North Main 125 East North DECATUR - - ILLINOIS Phone 5376 Compliments of WOARE BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Brick and Builders Supplies 1600 N. Calhoun St. Phone 4404 Decatur, Illinois TURNER CLEANERS Phone 8-2631 646 EAST WOOD ST. Decatur, Illinois ' Where Dry Cleaning MEAISS Something « 184 » Compliments of THE DECATUR PAPER HOUSE, INC. DECATUR, ILLINOIS NO TOWN BANK OF DECATUR The law of nature is, that a certain quantity of work is necessary to prcfluce a certain quantity of goods of any kind whatever ; If you want knowledge, you must toil for it. If you want food, you must toil for it, and if pleasure, you must toil for it. ' ' — John Riiskin Every facility of this Modern Bank is at your disposal as cm assist in your toils. Member: Federal Reserve System • Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. « 186 » FASHIONS for Junior Misses and Tall Girls Decatur s Leading Specialty Store MARKS BROS. JEWELERS Illinois Largest Credit Jewelers . . . Famous For Finest Diamonds Since 1895 Nationally Advertised • WATCHES • RADIOS • ELECTRIC APPLIANCES • TELEVISION Tape Recorders, Typewriters, Cameras 331 No. Water Decatur, Illinois PHONE 5123 S E M M E L ' S LADIES ' READY - TO - WEAR 288 N. Park Phone 2-6641 HOTEL ORLANDO 160 South Water Street {at Wood ) Phone 5305 SO i fK ANt )[ FURS SUITS - CLOTH COATS SPORTSWEAR - DRESSES 253 North Mam St. Decatur s Oldest Furriers « 187 » just cant beat that A " Jfk CASUAL Pleasing You O Pleases Us Compliments PHIPPS CASUALS 230 S. OAKLAND AVE. (Blue Mill Bldg.) CAMPUS STYLE SHOP • Sports Coats and Slacks Our Specialty • Fine Clothes Stressing Quality and Value • We Rent Formal Wear SWARTZ RESTAURANT Phone 8-8312 « 189 » Compliments of SVENDSEN FLORIST .1- AUvVd. Ol-lUIJ clllU. Greenhouse Z1 3Z iNorth Broadway F. T. D. Quality - Service Phone 2-1582 Established 1919 LANDHOLT AUTO REFINISHING PAINTING - TRIMMING Body and Fender Repairing 745 E. Prairie Ave. Decatur, Illinois HECHT ' S GROVE ' S RESTAURANT Junior and Women s r or Apparel - Sportswear FINE STEAKS AND LJlldvli,rN DlNNEKh 335 N. WATER Phone 5064 Decatur, Illinois Routes 51-48-121 Decatur, Illinois ORNAMENTAL Metalworks Company • Recreation Equipment • Wrought Iron Railing • Porch Columns Post Lamps • Cast Iron Lawn Furniture • Weathervanes • House Numbers and Markers • Estate Plaques Mail Boxes 420-440 S. Franklin Decatur, 111. PHONE 8-3446 Try SUNREAM . . . and Compare ' Now — ' ' Batter Whipped ' ' IT ' S HEAVENLY BREAD « 190 » STUDENTS Are Always Welcome at soy CflPITflL BflOK " ]yr| W 7 is the time to plan for the future with an economy TT cheeking account. ' T 17 A T?1 F future with a savings account (free ljJ_jr J l coin banks). l% fi TJX? than all, just come in and visit with us at 1501 E. iTlUXVJLlj Eldorado. DECATU S MOST CONVENIENT BANK ' ' Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Compliments of McMANUS GREENHOUSES Flowers and Corsages For Any Occasion 1106 W. Pershing Road Phone 8-0996 Quigles FASHIONS FOR THE HOME Phone 8-7741 329 N. Main Decatur Charleston 17th Ave. - - Mattoon « 191 » Just say . . . " I ' LL MEET YOU AT THE COLLEGE SUPPLY STORE ' ... as traditional as Aston Hall ... a meeting and shopping place for your collegiate needs " The Meeting Place of Millikiii ' s Students " COLLEGE SUPPLY STORE Telephones 5345 - 5346 DECATUR For the WAREHOUSE CO. SMARTEST FEET on campus R. C. Shumate Harry (Skinny) Taylor wear shoes from • TRANSFER • MOVING • STORAGE RAUPP ' S Licensee Bonded, Insured Carriers 139 NORTH WATER 555 E. Wood St. Decatur, Illinois « 193 This Engravings in the ] QAn MIT T inVK 1960 MILLIDEK furnished by . . Printed by HUSTON-PATTERSON CORPORATION DECATUR, ILLINOIS B RNGRAVING | ELECTROTY£» COMPANY MM Sunshitte QuAinv DAIRY PRODUCTS designs and Sure Sign of Flavor huilds homes for delightful living . . • • . . . checked and double checked for PURITY, QUALITY and FLAVOR 1805 S. Franklin St. Decatur, 111. PHONE 8-4601 725 EAST PRAIRIE « 194 » Marvel -Schebler Products Division BORG-WARNER CORPORATION CONGRATULATIONS 1960 GRADUATES oi MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY « 195 » • • • CONGRATULATIONS and best wishes To the Class of 1960 and the staff and students of Milhkin University Mutual Iivsurajvce Compaivy James S. Kemper, Chairman Hathaway G. Kemper, President B. C. Dahlmann, Executive Vice-President Executive Offices: 666 NORTH WATER STREET . DECATUR, ILLINOIS • PHONE 2-8521 CONGRATULATES THE ' 60 GRABS and welcomes you to DECATUR ' S FINEST RESTAURANT THE BLUE MILL Since 1927 « 196 » Be Ready For Any Special Occasion . . . depend on SANITONE ' ' Soft Set " Dry Cleaning by SchudeW • One day dry cleaning • One hour dry cleaning PHOm . . SCHUDELS ' . . 4275 Drive-in at West Main and Church Drive-in at North Water next to Kroger THE WINERY RESTAURANT and BAR Specializing in CHAR-BROILED STEAKS and ITALIAN SPECIALTIES Welcomes Millikin Students 1093 W. Main St. Telephone 9-1413 Best Wishes To 1960 Grads MILLER - O ' NEILL 120 W. Prairie FLOOR COVERINGS and DRAPES « 197 » Maybe you should empty it first. Hurry, I have to get to chapel. Where are the sergeants-at-arms? Where do I go from here? Well, All Ri ghtll And then he said . . . Get off my finger. But those aren ' t my feet. « 198 » THE MILLIDEK STAFF wishes to acknowledge the cooperation and support of the following individuals who have helped make the 1960 MILLIDEK possible: Larry Wells, Capitol Engraving Company, for his " professional " advice. Dr. Doris Nichols, for her excellent critical assistance. Lynn Hiser, Huston-Patterson Corporation, for his printing advice. John Piper Studio for their excellent pictures, their complimentary prints, and their co- operation in getting them to us on time. The Faculty and Student Body for their coop- eration and support throughout the year. All of our advertisers, whose cooperation made this book possible. 199 Em,

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