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MLLIKIM UNIVERSITY UBK f WKATWit ILLINOIS MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY DECATUR, ILLINOIS « 2 » trips to the corner for a good " contemporary " laugh . Activities 10 » ActluitieA, « 19 » « 21 » RudJt Week Soon after arriving at Millikin, students are caught up in the whirlwind activities of Rush Week. For the girls, there is a round of parties which take them back to the " roaring twenties " and the " gay nineties, " or transport them to oriental lands, tropical islands, or even to heaven. For the boys, there are swimming parties, pizza feasts, conversations, and free meals. Although the week is physically and emotionally tiring, it is fun. It is also a chance to meet new people and renew old friendships. Both the men ' s and women ' s fraternities on Millikin ' s campus are national organizations. Rush rules are set up for the girls by Panhellenic Council and for the boys by Interfraternity Council. How many meals does this include? • r ' is -: i i Welcome, Brother. « 22 » The annual Freshman get-acquainted week- end, sponsored by the Religious Life Commit- tee, was held at Allerton Park on September 10 and 11. Games, singing, dancing, discus- sion groups, and faculty talks provided an entertaining and informative week-end at camp. Co-chairmen were Barb Borders and Garry Davis. Aw, shucks! 24 There she is cMamecamiH It eeJzend Duke Ellington entertains. n The most exciting week-end at Millikin was held October 28 and 29. For weeks before the date, students slaved on house decorations and floats. The theme this year was " Welcome Alums. " Zeta Tau Alpha and Tau Kappa Ep- silon took first place in the house division, and Delta Delta Delta and Delta Sigma Phi submit- ted first-prize winning floats in the Saturday morning parade. Friday morning found the freshmen once again victorious in the Freshman-Sophomore games. The homecoming show had a beatnik theme. It was followed by a pep rally and snake dance. The main event was the Big Blue ' s 18-13 victory over Wesleyan in the Home- coming game. To end the perfect week-end, Duke Elling- ton and his band played for the Homecoming dance at Eisenhower High School gymnasium. Co-chairmen of this year ' s successful " Symbols of ' 60 " Homecoming were Don Schwarz and Zeta Tau Alpha Tau Kappa Epsilon m mm it •O f i £ v 4 3£ Delta Delta Delta P li e- Winning Qludi Delta Sigma Phi Quk Queen Queen Kctrla Fleck, a modern language major, has a long list of activities to her credit. She has been a Millikin cheerleader for four years, was elected to Who ' s Who in her junior year, and has served as secretary-treasurer and president of both Newman Club and French Club, secretary of her sophomore and junior classes, and vice-president of Student Council. Karla was general co-chairman of the 1959 Homecoming, and Homecoming Show co-chair- man in her sophomore year. She has been an assistant in both the language and dance de- partments and is currently a dance instructor at the Clinton Fine Arts Center. Her Pi Phi offices include pledge class schol- arship chairman, rush captain, publicity chair- man, and pledge trainer. She is the fourth consecutive Homecoming Queen from her so- rority. « 32 » QcuptnuA, Glued Week And here ' s a little something ior your trophy case. It ' s a raid. This year ' s Campus Chest Week was launched with Tom Foerster ' s chapel talk and the showing of his slides from Europe. The surprise " hold up " was a big success! The " bandits " even hit the SUB and got the chapel- cutters. Friday night ' s carnival in the gym was well attended, and the AKL ' s William Tell booth won the trophy. At the " Roaring 20 ' s " dance in the University Center on Saturday night, Tom Foerster was crowned " Mr. Campus Chest. " Money raised will go to send two M.U. students to Work Camp in Europe this sum- mer. Roz Cordts and Vince Cina were selected later in the year to represent us. " Be Thou My Vision " was the theme of this year ' s Religious Emphasis Week, held Febru- ary 19-22. Many programs, chapels, and de- votions filled these four days. An excellent movie and a special choir program were added this year. Dr. Paul Freed, the guest speaker, is a graduate of Millikin and a former 01 of the Decaturian. The good attends chapel programs confirmed the effei of his talks. Afternoon coffee hours provide time to chat with Dr. Freed. Students have the opportunity to buy inspirational books. « 37 » 7 e 9wi4i ie bbci la and 7 e 3utcaiii PoJzeSi tf-lat As I was saying . . . Must you leave? This year, Millikin ' s national professional music fraternities, Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota, sponsored two one-act operas, " The Impressario " and " The Outcasts of Poker Flat. " The operas were presented March 23, 24, and 25. Millikin ' s presentation of " The Outcasts of Poker Flat " was the second time this new opera had been produced. jb iama By, Jaiutt and Q m Town and Gown has been busy this season producing plays for Millikin ' s theater-going student body. Shakespeare ' s " Romeo and Juliet " was presented October 15 and 16, fol- lowed by Anton Checkhov ' s " The Cherry Or- chard, " November 11 and 12. On February 17 and 18, three one-act ploy, were presented — " The Clod " by Lewis Beach, " Suppressed Desires " by Susan Glaspell, and " The Valiant " by Robert Middlemass and Hol- worthy Hall. Closing the season was Town and Gown ' s production, " Sunrise at Campobello, " April 28 and 29. I know you need a new pair of shoes. Last-minute cramming. If you won ' t let me marry her, I ' ll poison myself. « 43 » New York Woodwind Quintet fyine Anti Belief Cleveland Playh For the low price of $4.50, Millikm students enjoyed six top performances during the 1960- 61 school year. The Cleveland Playhouse touring theater opened the series on October 14 with a presen- tation of Shaw ' s Candida. November 4, David Abel presented a violin concert, and on Decem- ber 2, Red Camp, jazz pianist, entertained Mil- lion ' s audience. Marais and Miranda, folk balladeers, appeared February 15; the New York Woodwind Quintet presented its program on March 10. The Fine Arts series concluded April 14 with literary critic and lecturer Virgilia Petersen. lor ' ' ■n ■ f Student GommMI Row 1: B. Bray, M. Dongowski, K. Gray, J. Steinheimer, S. Denman, S. Mattern, N. Kelm. Row 2: L. Coverstone, J. Bretz, N. Lukacs, E. Belcher, K. Fleck, L. Schweigerdt, E. Berg. Row 3: G. Davis, J. Flint, J. Staedke, D. Wilson, B. Lenz, B. Newbold, D. Schwartz, D. Fantus. Millikin ' s student government was headed this year by President Ed Belcher and Vice President Karla Fleck. The council planned the annual Student-Faculty Retreat around the theme of Aldous Huxley ' s book Brave New World Revisited. In its weekly meetings, Stu- dent Council discussed and solved many cam- pus problems. I OFFICERS E. Belcher, President; K. Fleck, Vice President; N. Lukacs, Secretary; B. Stoutenborough, Treasurer. Row 1: Dean Miller, Dr. O ' Nan, Mrs. McNabb, Dean Kerns, Dr. Maxwell, Mrs. Deininger, Dean Smith. Row 2: Mr. Emch, Dr. Weatherbee, Dr. Walker, Mr. Paine, Mr. Gaston. Row 3: D. Craig, Mr. Hess, Mr. Sappington, F. McTaggart, C. Querry, Dr. Gery, Mr. Snyder. Membership in Phi Kappa Phi, a national honor fraternity, is based upon high scholastic achievement and good character. Members are selected twice each year. Student Council sponsored the All-School Mixer; the " Sock-Hop, " Homecoming; the Val- entine dance, " Cupid ' s Capers; " the Spring Fever Dance, " Isle of Green, " and the Junior- Senior Prom. Whob Who. Row 1: N. Lukacs, B. Butler, K. Fleck, P. Aukland. Row 2: S. Pharis, B. Cassell, S. Hanes, J. VanAusdall, B. Borders, P. Major. Phi M c heta Pi Mu Theta is an honorary sorority for senior women, promoting scholarship, leader- ship, and service. Among the projects of this organization is the awarding of a $50 scholar- ship each semester to a worthy junior girl. Row 1: S. Hanes, F. Sager, B. Cassell. Row 3- R Pugsley, B. Stoutenborough, D. Lauerman, E. Bel- cher, K. Pirtle, F. McTaggart. Candidates for this organization are nominat- ed by Student Council, judged by a committee selected by the Dean, and finally approved by the National Headguarters of Who ' s Who. Judg- ing is on the basis of character, citizenship, scholarship, leadership, and responsibility. The students ' names are placed in the annual pub- lication, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. " Row 2: E. Ashley, P. Aukland, K. Fleck, J. VanAusdall, M. Dongowski, Dr. Nichols, B. Ater. Row 1: F. McTaggart, K. Pirtle, D. Lauerman, E. Belcher. Row 2: D. Craig, R. Pugsley, A. Myers, B. Turner, L. McKinley. PUi Qlu Alpha Phi Chi Alpha is a senior men ' s honorary fraternity with membership based on scholastic achievement. Ecch member must maintain an overall 3.0 average and have completed sixty- eight academic hours. 7a« e U Pi Tau Chi Pi is open to any student enrolled in a course in secretarial science. Its aims are to discuss business and its problems, and to train organization members for future work in the business world. Row 1: R. Dechant, S. Collins, D. Compton, S. VcmLyssel. Row 2: N. Bradley, C Roltgen, Miss Sparks, S. Thomason, J. Lehn. Row 3: P. Aukland, J. Mickelson, E. Krause. Row 4: L. Stivers, J. Rogers, M. Keest, P. Thompson. « 51 » Row 1: S. Mumma, D. Lauerman, C. Guotafson. Row 2: R. Furner, ]. Williams, J. Bean, D. Williams, T. Boston. Alpha Zftillott R ta Alpha Epsilon Rho is a national radio and television fraternity. Millikin ' s Alpha Kappa Chapter assists in all broadcasting activities. Any student with a professed interest in broad- casting may become a member. ' It Happened in the Highlands. ' Pi Kgamxcl jbelta Row I: D. Ellison, I Taylor, K. Kelley. How 2: D. Edmunds, Mrs. Gage, D. Knifong, Speaks, T. Endean, A. Aspengren. Pi Kappa Delta is the national forensic or debate fraternity whose purpose is to stimu- late progress in and further the interests of inter-collegiate speech activities. This year the Illinois Tau Chapter at Millikin participated in various forensic meets, and our students were highly rated. University Sing, sponsored by Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha, was held the week-end of April 7 and 8. The fraternity division winner was Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and the Pi Beta Phi sorority won b oth the women ' s division and the Millikin song trophies. " This is the Army " 9oia Sigma Alpha Iota, women ' s professional music fraternity, encourages musicianship on the campus, in the community, and throughout the world. Membership in the fraternity is based on musical and academic excellence. Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha, men ' s professional music fraternity, co-sponsor the annual University Sing which was held April 7 and 8. SAI also helps sponsor Millikm ' s Lan- tern Parade in honor of the graduating seniors. This year, the fraternity, co-operating again with Phi Mu Alpha, sponsored two operas, " The Impressario " and " The Outcasts of Poker Flat. " ■ I Jane Unzicker President Pat Major Vice-President Jean Reiners Secretary Becky Bradley Treasurer Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 K Backs, C. Morrill, P. Major, J. Kettelkamp. J. Unzicker, M. Schneller, M. Hastings, M. Chaney. Reiners, D. Janssen, C. Smith. Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 B. Garrett, B. Bradley. C. Wessler, G. Knobloch. R. Barrow, M. Nein. Row 4: S. Denman, C. Harrison. Row 1: R. Steinberg, L. Mauzer, P. Allen, R. Pugsley, L. Ball, E. McCarty. Row 2: J. Anderson, H. Hayden, D. Cope, R. Byrkit, S. Schmidt, D. Kornelly, R. Davenport, S. Mallinson, M. Sawkiw. Row 3: Mr. Snyder, M. Borens, R. Harrison, P. Beadles, D. Craig, B. Oman, E. Folkers, D. Kirk, S. Autor, D. Parshall. Row 4: P. Iocca, B. Nelson, T. Orndorff, F. Coleman, R. Wil- liams, D. Waters, F. Plattner, ]. Walker, R. Webb, C. Mills. Row 1: Mr. Snyder, S. Schmidt, M. Borens. Row 2: D. Cooe, R. Pugsley, B. Nelson. Row 3: F. Coleman, F. Plattner. PUi Mu Alpha Phi Mu Alpha Smfonia was founded on Millikin ' s campus October 17, 1929. The fra- ternity is open to men interested in music even though they are not enrolled in the School of Music. The fraternity aims to promote the gen- eral welfare of students of music, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to advance the cause of music in America, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. Mr. Wesley Snyder was the 1960-61 faculty adviser for the group. This year Beta Theta chapter presented an evening program of music which was very well received by the Millikin audience. The songs presented were both religious and popu- lar. Phi Mu Alpha co-sponsors the annual Millikin Sing with Sigma Alpha Iota. « 55 » MdUktit Band Under the direction of Dr. J. Roger Miller, Dean of the School of Music, Millikin ' s band has presented a chapel program and several evening concerts. The band has also enter- tained in Decatur public schools. In the fall, the band marched and played at Millikin home football games; they provided fine half-time entertainment for the crowd. Membership in the band is open to all Millikin students. The band practices every day at 3:15. Its repertoire includes both classical and popular music. Dr. J. Roger Miller, M.U. ' s marching and concert band at work. MilLhin - Qiaio The Millikin-Civic Symphony Orchestra is composed of Millikin students who earn credit and of professional and amateur musicians from Decatur and surrounding areas. Mr. Paul Skinner is the orchestra director. The group presents several concerts each year and also does its part in the production of the school operas and oratorios. Music from both classical and contemporary literature is performed. Occasionally guest soloists are fea- tured in the programs. The orchestra and the University Chorus in their presentation of " The Messiah " are broadcasted by local radio stations . « 57 MillikUt if. GluUn, Under the direction of Mr. Richard D. Hoffland, the Millikin University Choir provided special music for chapels and gave several evening concerts for Millikin audiences. The annual choir tour was enlarged this year to include appearances in Wisconsin and Iowa. While on tour, the choir cut a long play record, " Adoramus Te, " for a professional recording company. The Religious Life Committee is the co-ordinating group for the religious and the city of Decatur. Both townspeople and students are members of the chorus which meets once a week. Its annual presentation is Handel ' s " The Messiah. " University Chorus is directed by Richard D. Hoffland. Student ducat ian Ab aciatian The purpose of the Student Education Association is to help its members be- come qualified teachers. Highlights of the group ' s program are talks given by professional educators and by Millikin ' s student teachers. Row 1: T. Simons, C. Jones, J. Williams, B. Bailey, D. Clausing. Row 2: D. Wilson, A. Ross, J. VanAusdall, M. Heben- streit, Dr. McClure. Row 3: K. loiner, J. Cook, R. Milhollin, B. Bates, M. Boersma, J. Ahlenius. Row 4: D. Allen, S. Pharis, S. Thomason, S. Stiege- meier, M. Walker, R. Bradley. Row 5: K. Grenier, D. Edmunds, L. Cearlock, I. Stein- heimer, P. Hopp. Row 6: J. Koch, J. Stanowicki, C. Thompson, M. Jenner, S. Sappenfield. Row 7: J. Hutton, M. Kennedy, I. Crowhurst, B. Moose, B. Bohmer, N. Niklich. Row 8: J. Aukland, S. Lindholm, J. Stahl, J. Clough, D. Olson, C. Findlay. Row 9: S. DeWitt, K. Patterson, B. Bormann, S. Lutz, L. Chapman, E. Rogers. Row 10: B. Coffman, D. Helm, R. Coate, M. Hager, G. Williams, M. Galloway. Row 11: B. Cassell, B. Rachford, B. Armstrong, J. Hein- lein, B. Thursby, D. Bell, C. Rankin, B. Gulick. Conant Society is a literary group open to upperclass students with an in- terest in literature. Activities of the group for this year included talks by faculty and students, a Christmas Party, a banquet, and a program of talks by graduate stu- dents. Row 1: S. Bertash, J. Hayes, N. Guy, S. Skidmore, J. Aukland. Row 2: N. Lukacs, Dr. Maxwell, M, Dongowski, S Logan, C. Smith, B. Butler. Row 1: E. Berg, K. Fleck, S. Tomlinson, C. Sco tt, K. Backs. Row 2: Dr. O ' Nan, B. Bauman, R. Hollingsworth, S. Skidmore, L. Lorenz, K. Kelley. Le Cercle Francais is an organization for students enrolled in intermediate and advanced French courses. Programs include films and conversations in the language. The club helps plan and present Millikin ' s annual Internation- al Night. This year the program was presented on February 27. It featured Spanish dances and German and French lecturers. Jla Saciedad La Sociedad Espanola is composed of students in intermediate and advanced Spanish classes. Its meetings are de- signed to further the students ' knowledge of the culture of Spain and Latin America and to give them practice in speaking the language. Members of the club help plan International Night. Row 1: R. Allen, S. Pharis, S Mumma, Miss Ganos. Row 2: S. Skidmore, J. Rogers, E. Krause, R. Hollings- ■1 mmsmmmmm Plu meaa Row 1: B. Shank, A. Raduenzel, M. Sawkiw, D. Furner, D. Neuses. Row 2: B. Lyman, B. Burgiss, C. Querrey, T. Christianson, D. Ryan. Row 3: S. Madsen, T. Hargis, D. Edmunds, D. VanHarn, J. Bead- les, T. Blackley. Alpha Phi Omega is an international or- ganization of college men who assemble in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law to develop friendship and promote service to humanity. German Club has been the most active language club this year. In its meetings, mem- bers have learned about Germany, its culture and customs, directly from members who have lived and traveled in the country. Qesimaa Gluh Row 1: Mr. Steinbergs, W. Heckel, E. Read, L. Lorenz, J, Alfeld. Row 2: J. Rogers, B. Smith, B. Gulick, B. Duewer, G. Hupp, J. Walker. « 61 » National Collegiate PlaqeSiA, National Collegiate Players is a national honorary dramatics fraternity which promotes an appreciation of the drama. It was founded at Millikin in 1957. Row 1: J. Zarcone, B. Speaks, D. Turner. Row 2: T. McVety, T. Boston, R. Hebenstreit. Row 1: J. Hewett, N. Kelm, E. Roasch K. Matthews S Gore, P. Morrow, M. Reid, S. Sappenfield, N. Stewart, M. Schnel- ler, C. Boice. Row 2: Mr. Housman, S. Janvrin J. Szydlowski, B. Corn ah an, T. Roberson, S. Madsen, J. Amato, M. Hanes, B. Burgiss, P. Jackson. Row 3: R. Osth, H. Russell, K. Backs C Yarrington C Wolfe G. Trueblood, D. Hertzberger, L. Neuses, P. Cherry, C . McMinn, T. Housman. Row 4- K. Foster, S. Clover, B. Bryan, H. Christenson, L. Staedke, Y. Ferrall, J. Wolfe, B. Grimes, G. Dunham, D. Deering, D. Olson. Row 5: J. Butt, A. Raduenzel, S. Johnson, D. VanHarn, J. Kolb, J. Allen, D. Arenz. aw i Club Tower Club is composed of students in- terested in art. This year the club sponsored a trip to the art museum in St. Louis and a Film Festival, free to the public, at which six films were shown. « 62 » cMame £cana nicd. Gtui The Home Economics Club is composed of women enrolled in home economics courses. The club ' s activities for the year included a cookie sale, a style show for mothers, various demonstrations and field trips, and the giving of gifts to the Macon Acres Home and the Opportunity Home. The club ' s gift to the Home Economics Department this year is a punch bowl and cups. Row 1: S. Smith Brubaker, B. B. Howard, L. Satterfield, Bettenhausen. Edwards, N Row 2: Mrs. Pharis, A. Dashiell, M. Pankey, Mrs. Voelcker. ay, J. Saum, J. Row 3: M. Hayes, J. Crowhurst, L. Pence, C. Hadley, V. Pharis, E. Rogers, B. Thursby, B. Borders, S. Harrison, K. Butler. The Religious Life Committee is the co-ordinaitng group for the religious life on the Millikin campus. Under its direction are Freshman Camp, Religious Emphasis Week, Morning Devotions, special vesper services, and the Asian Book Drive. Row 1: Dr. Wing, Mrs. McNabb, Dr. Doubleday. Row 2: J. Unzicker, M. Galloway, N. Guy, T. Foerster. Rnw 1- C Rothe T Winter S. Hockett, R. Dechant. Ill I V. T R H F° r h y r sta n k Y ' B B GuHct N. McClelland, K. How Cl Scott A. ' Gatewood, M. Galloway, N. Springer. Grenier. Row 1- N Guy, K. Joiner, C. Rankin. Row 2! D. Craig, B. Gage, J. Williams, D. Kmfong. One student member of the Religious Life Committee advises one Religious Life Commis- sion. There are three of these sub-committees: the worship commission, the discussion and fellowship commission, and the service com- mission. The worship commission plans morning devotions which are held in Malone Chapel and provides vesper services at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. The discussion and fel- lowship commission sponsors student-faculty discussions on alternate Fridays. The topics discussed have ranged from contemporary music to the South American situation. The service commission conducts the Asian book drive. Row 1: Mrs. Under wood, Mrs. Cho- dcrt, Mrs. Lytle, Mrs. White. Row 2: Mrs. Shriner, Mrs. Jeflers, Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Childress. The housemothers try to make a home away from home for Millikin ' s girls. They are ready to help with problems and give advice when needed. A dadatian The Resident Women ' s Association Council is composed of representatives from each wom- en ' s residence hall and from each of the women ' s fraternities. This group enforces order in the dormitories, provides for social activities, and helps orient new students. Row 1: R. Dechant, B. Arnett, S. Denman, R. Cordts, L. Schweigerdt. Row 2: J. Cook, J. Hufnagel, A. Soards, J. Kettelkamp, A. Gatewood, M. Salisbury, T. Sage, J. Saum. . A Row 1: E. Berg, J. Hein- lein. Row 2: S. Skidmore, J. Auklctnd, F. McTaggart. Publication Zditail Publicatiand, o a i Publications Board, composed of Dean Byron L. Kerns, the editors, business managers, photographer, and advisors of student publi- cations, handles all publication problems. This year the board made a study of the salaries of the publication personnel. As a result of this study, salaries were ad]usted. « 66 » Student 3)t fitabif The Student-Faculty Directory z published in the fall of each year through the co-opera- tion of the Admissions Office and the Directory Editor. The booklet contains names, addresses, and telephone numbers of all Millikin students and faculty. Organizations are listed at the end of the directory with their presidents and secretaries. Judy Heinlein, Editor Paula Cherry, Assistant Emilyann Berg. Editor More complete than my " little black book. The Student Handbook is edited each year primarily to inform new students of the stan- dards, activities, organizations, and other im- portant aspects of Millikin life. The handbook is distributed each year in the fall. Student JiandLaak Row 1: P. Morrow, B. Coffman, P. Finney, S. VanLyssel, E. Berg, M. Dongowski. Row 2: Mr. Cramer, J. Beadles, R. Hollingsworth, V. Williamson, S. Gore, B. Speaks, J. Billington, F. McTaggart C. Liles. Fred McTaggart. Editor I think it shoud be done this way- Emilyann Berg Managing Editor Marilyn Dongowski News Editor Charles Liles Business Manager Judy Aukland Feature Editor Dave Lauerman Sports Editor Carole Hadley Circulation Manager Pat Aukland Associate Editor Virginia Williamson Society Editor The Decaiurian, as Millikin ' s student news- paper, continued to fulfill its three-fold task of informing, instructing, and entertaining the st udent body. Under the leadership of Adviser Robert V. Cramer, Editor Fred McTaggart, and Business Manager Charles Liles, the " Dec " earned a first-class honor rating in the annual critical survey of the Associated Collegiate Press. As a molder of student opinion, the " Dec " called for an emphasis on campus-wide co- operation and a de-emphasis on rivalry and trophies. It heartily backed President McKay ' s attempts to build Millikin into a center of academic excellence. The editorial staff included Pat Aukland, Associate Editor; Marilyn Dongowski, News Editor; Emilyann Berg, Managing Editor; Judy Aukland, Feature Editor; Virginia Williamson, Society Editor,- Dave Lauerman, Sports Editor; and Carole Hadley, Circulation Manager. Maren Allen and Barbara Borders OPENING SECTION EDITORS Joann Hartke and Nancy Guy ACTIVITIES EDITORS Da a vie. Sue Logan. Diane Behr f.ibby Schweigerdt. and Kay Gray CLASS EDITORS Marie Galloway and Diane Janssen GREEK SECTION EDITORS Emilyann Berg and Roz Cordts ORGANIZATION EDITORS Alice Dashiell FACULTY EDITOR Mike Waller and Carolyn Roltgen SPORTS EDITORS Mr. Kreuger FACULTY ADVISOR Henry Longerich and Bob lones PHOTOGRAPHERS It is our hope that you will keep the 1961 Millidek as your permanent record of that won- derful year at Millikin when — the new Univer- sity Center opened, the Big Blue had a winning football season, famous Duke Ellington enter- tained at the Homecoming Dance, enough money was raised during Campus Chest Week to send two M.U. students to Europe, a Millikin graduate was the excellent R.E. Week speaker, the A Cappella Choir cut professional records, and President McKay represented Decatur and helped win the title of All-America City at the contest in Arizona. « 71 » pankellentc Council Pctnhellenic Council develops cooperation among Millikin ' s sororities. The council spon- sors the Panhellenic banquet, a slumber party, and a dance. Its most important function, how- ever, is determining rush procedures and ac- quainting girls with Panhellenic on a local and national basis. Panhellenic Council is com- posed of the president and rush chairman of each woman ' s fraternity. Jan and Sue check rush rules. Row 1: S. Collins, J. Heinlein, S. Bertash, S. Logan. 2: B. Butler, C. Smith, Mrs. Pharis, J. Crowhurst, B. Cassell. « 74 » fjunio.1 Panlvellenu l utuUl Row 1: Mrs. Pharis, S. Hockett, Y. Ferrall, B. Howard, J. Gentala. Row 2: B. Bauman, S. Smith, C. Hendnx, L. Staedke, J. Crow- hurst, J. Hutton, N. Niklich, V. Kraser, J. Logan. Junior Panhellenic Council is invaluable in promoting cooperation among the pledge classes of the four sororities on Millikm ' s cam- pus. The council is composed of the president, social chairman, and Junior Panhellenic repre- sentative of each pledge class. Besides help- ing the Senior Panhellenic Council with its annual dance, the council sponsored " get- acquainted " cozies for all the pledges. Row 1: J Kettelkamp, J. Reiners, D. Behrend, J. Saum, E. Ashley, C. Figley, J. Hehmeyer. Row 2: S. Collins, L. Stivers, P. Aukland, Mrs, Peel, J. Crow- hurst, G. Williams, M. Galloway. The 1960-61 school year brought the Alpha Chis back to campus with many ideas and experiences to share from their recent National Convention. This 75th-anmversary convention was held at French Lick, Indiana. Official del- egate was President fan Crowhurst. Judy Bretz served as one of the official convention pages. The annual All-School Street Dance held in honor of the fifteen new pledges was a suc- cessful event of the year. Jan Crowhurst was gueen candidate for the 1960 Homecoming. Alpha Chi ' s entry in the float competition received second place. Christmas time brought the annual party for 40 underprivileged children. Songs, gifts, and refreshments were presented to the young guests. All of the Alpha Chis were busy on campus this year. Diane Behrend was elected co-editor of the Millidek. Georgia Williams served as Row 3: M. Hubbard, J. Clough, J. Bretz, M. Schneller, B. Boh- mer, J. Koch, S. Sappenfield, P. Norton, V. Williamson, V. Day, E. Krause, C. Boice. president of W.A.A. Marie Galloway was pres- ident of Home Economics Club and a member of the Religious Life Committee. Linda Stivers served as president of Tau Chi Pi. Pat Aukland was elected to Who ' s Who for her second year. Bev Ater was elected to Phi Kappa Phi, senior honorary; Bev, Pat, and Eloise Ashley were members of Pi Mu Theta, senior women ' s honorary. Bonnie Brooks was elected treasurer of the Freshman Class; Pat Aukland served as vice president of the Senior Class. Lyn Crossman served as alternate cheerleader for the Big Blue. Special thanks for wonderful help during the year go to our housemother, Mrs. W. D. Peel; Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes, our faculty advisors; and Mrs. James Hazelrigg, our chap- ter advisor. 76 Row 4: B. Linder, B. Wick, L. Crcssman, C. Hendrix, S. Filitti, C. Combear, E. Stringer, S. Smith, C. Evans, F. Mericle, S. Vaughn, B. Brooks, L. Winings, B. Howard. Jan Crowhurst, President This is " Help Your Houseboys Week. " Lead the fourth high in your long, strong suit. « 77 » 1 f Row 1- S Hemes B. Rachford, B. Borders Mrs. Picknell, B. Casseil J Seinlein, D. Davie, B. Thursby. Millikin Tri Deltas returned from the sum- mer vacation with renewed enthusiasm for campus and chapter activities. The four dele- gates from Delta Epsilon gave a lively descrip- tion of Tri Delta ' s National Convention at Lake Placid, New York. Tri Delta girls held many important posi- tions on campus. Barb Borders was Freshman Camp co-chairman. The Big Blue were cheered on by Ian Steinheimer, Jo Alfeld, and Lou Cearlock. In the fall elections, Ian Steinheimer and Carolyn Rankin were chosen treasurer and secretary of the sophomore class; Barbara Cas- seil was elected secretary of the senior class. Tri Deltas serving on school publications were Judy Aukland, Millidek co-editor and Deca- turian feature editor; fudy Heinlein, Student Directory editor. At Homecoming, Tri Deltas won first place in the Women ' s Float Division with their float, " Sew up I.W.U. " Ian Steinheimer was crowned Row 2: J. Steinheimer C. Larson S ■ Briggen C Gerhardt J Sweetheart Queen at the Valentine ' s Dance held in February. AERho chose lackie Bean as their official delegate to their National Con- vention at Columbus, Ohio. fudy Aukland and loann Hartke were the recipients of the Pi Mu Theta scholarship for junior women. Tri Deltas holding offices in Pi Mu Theta were Sandra Hanes, president, and Barb Casseil, secretary. Barbara Borders, Barb Casseil, and Sandra Hanes were elected to Who ' s Who. Many Tri Deltas served on other school committees. The sincere thanks of all Tri Deltas go to Mrs. Picknell, our gracious housemother, to Mr and Mrs. Wayne Krows, our faculty ad- visors, and to Mrs. Velma Redlich, our chapter advisor, for all of their help during the year. Through sharing in work and play, the members of Delta Delta Delta had a year full of fun and fellowship. « 78 Row 1: P. Major, V. Crouch, S Krai, N. Dehner, S. Camck, S. Skidmore, C. Smith, C. Baldwin. Row 2- V Pilcher K Fleck, B. Bales, B. Butler, Mrs. Erwin, S. Bertash J Van Ausdall, M. Boersma, E. Berg. The inspiration of the Pi Beta Phis for this 1960-1961 school year was the Philadelphia Bowl awarded at convention this past summer. This award ranks Illinois Eta as the third best chapter in the nation. Motivated by the Philadelphia Bowl, they began a year of achievement by pledging seventeen worthy young women; soon followed Homecoming, when Karla Fleck became the fourth consecutive Pi Phi Homecoming Queen. When class officers were announced, Barbara Moose became freshman class treasurer, Nan- cy Dehner became junior class treasurer, and Sharon Skidmore became junior class vice- president. Later in the year, Sandy Bertash, Karla Fleck, and Janet Van Ausdall were initiated into Pi Mu Theta; Sandy Bertash, Barbara But- ler, Karla Fleck, Janet Van Ausdall, and Pat Major were elected to Who ' s Who. The chap- Row 3: S. Klingler, P. Morrow, J. Cook, M. Rejd, P. Howatt, R. Cordis, R. Milhollin, N. Rice, M. Gross, M. Hayes, N. Myers, K. Lyerla, R. Bradley. ter as a whole retired the Panhellenic Scholar- ship Cup after three years of hard study. Bev Bray served as co-captain of the cheer- leaders with Karla Fleck and Judy Hutton on the squad; Nancy Guy and Sandy Bertash were members of Religious Life Committee; Pat Major was co-chairman of Religious Emphasis Week. In the publication department, Sherry Skid- more served as co-editor of the Millidek; Emily Berg was editor of the Student Handbook. Rosalind Cordts was president of RWAC; Karla Fleck was Student Council vice-president; Yvonne Ferrall was president of Junior Pan- hellenic Council; Barbara Butler was treasurer of Senior Panhellenic Council. A warm " thank you " goes to our house- mother, Mrs. Erwin, and to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Housman, who joined Pi Phi as faculty ad- visors this year. Row 1: J. Cattinari, S. Logan, C Hadley, C. Smith. Mrs. Houghton, J. Unzicker, L. Satterfield, S. Phans. Row 2: M. Konvicka, K. Patterson, P. Craycroft C Harrison, E. Borchers, L. Chapman J. Pankey, J. Hufnagel Span inaer D. Tanssen, V. Phans, C. Holhe, E. Rogers, J. inger, D. Jansse Cochennour. After returning from International Conven- tion held at the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec, Canada, the Zetas settled down to an active year beginning with a very successful rush. Homecoming was an especially busy and exciting time. Jane Unzicker was our Home- coming Queen candidate, and Diane Janssen was co-chairman of the Homecoming Show. The highlight of Homecoming Week came when it was announced that Zeta Tau Alpha had won first place in house decoration com- petition, women ' s division, for the second con- secutive year. The annual Christmas tree trimming party and Christmas dinner were the highlights of the holiday season. Second semester brought with it informal dances; the formal dinner-dance, " Spring Pre- lude " ; the Steak and Beans dinner; and the annual faculty buffet. Many important campus positions were held this year by Zetas. Jane Unzicker was president of SAI; Sue Logan was co-chairman of Religious Emphasis Week, second semester president of Conant Society, and secretary of W.A.A. The co-chairmanship of Campus Chest was held by Libby Spaninger. Other positions of leadership were held by Diane Janssen as Student Council representative of the Sopho- more Class and Carole Hollie as vice-president of W.A.A. Sue Pharis was elected to Phi Kappa Phi and to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, and Camille Smith served as president of Panhellenic Council. As we close this year we wish to thank our housemother, Mrs. Houghton; our chapter ad- visor, Mrs. D wight Nelson; and our faculty advisors, Dr. and Mrs. Oren McClure, for their help and encouragement. J 82 » Row 1: R. Winters, B. Dillingham, J. Druessel, S. Czerwonky, Alft.Ua Kaftfuz JlamLda Dave Williams, President D. Williams. This past year at the AKL house has been very outstanding. When the actives returned to Millikin in September for rush week, they were successful in acquiring a good group of pledges. As usual, during Homecoming Week, the AKL ' s barely finished their house and float decorations, but they had a good time anyway. The Alpha Kappa Lambda house certainly was noisy the nights they held their annual Toga Party, Go to Hell with AKL, Spring For- mal, and other fraternity dances. The usual shower was given to those ' lucky " brothers who were pinned this year. AKL ' s took part in more committees and organizations on campus than ever before. With this increased participation in university activities, distinguished dinner guests, return- ing alumni, a Campus Chest trophy, numerous chapter house improvements, the AKL Olym- pics, and a growing national fraternity, this year has really been tremendous. 84 Row 2: D. Ellison, D. Knifong, B. Bailey, J, Tolch, T. Endean, J. Franklin, K. Grenier, R. Frystak, D. Crow, L. Coverstone. Row 3: D. Taylor, D. Parshall, R. Larson, K. Kimmel, B. Webb, A, Kaiser, T. Sims, D. Bruhn, C. Jones, J, Trueblood. In one ear and out the other. Nighty-night. « 85 » Jim Hoffman. President Row 1: F. McTaggart, J. Hendricks, K. Hartrich, B. Nelson, Ahlenius, K Pirtle, E. Belcher, B. Rezek, T. Lents, Taylor. Alpha Lambda chapter of Delta Sigma Phi opened the 1960-61 school year by pledging 39 men. At the end of the semester, 24 men 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 " Sail- ors ' Ball. " The chapter also held some " house dances " after Millikin home basketball games. Delta Sigma Phi was well represented in campus activities and organizations. Ed Bel- cher headed the student body as Student Council president again this year. Bill Stouten- borough served as treasurer of Student Coun- cil. Konnie Pirtle was elected president of the Senior Class; Jerry Domesak headed the Junior Class; and Jim Bader led the Freshman Class. Six Delta Sigs — John Ahlenius, Ed Belcher, Dave Lauerman, Fred McTaggart, Konnie Pir- tle, and Bill Stoutenborough — were chosen for " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. " On publications, Fred McTaggart served as editor of the Decaturian, and Konnie Pirtle as business manager of the Millidek. Del Rutz was president of the " M " Club. Ken Hartrich captained the track team; Rutz, the baseball team; Domescik, the football team; and Steve Hengst and Jim Talbert, the tennis team. Dave Lauerman headed Alpha Epsilon Rho; Fred McTaggart led Phi Chi Alpha; and John Ahlenius was president of Student Edu- cation Association. Many others held offices in other campus organizations. For the 1960-61 year, Jim Hoffman served as president and Bill Stoutenborough as treas- urer of Alpha Lambda chapter. Faculty ad- visor was Professor W. A. Sappington; alumni advisor was Paul Cowgill. Row 1: R. Schmitz, G. Workman, G. Brooks, L Barry, D. Bell, J. Holmes, M. Lents, B. Vanderwater, P. Blankenbura F ' Bright, M. Elrod. Row 2: L. Baker, B. Lurkins, L. Marsh, M. McNamara, R. Ort- man, A. Ritz, D. Wulf, D. Enslow, B. Abene, T. McNeely, K. Scott, B. Ames, J. Bader, A. Domescik. Row 3: J. Stockman, J. Barry, M. Kullik, D, Peel, R. Radcliff, C. Reid, T. Reilly, M, Murphy, ]. Bertsche, Z. Sadauskas! B Johnson, F. Clark, L. Rule, K. Giffhorn. I Siama Alpha Zfliioti Chuck Bach, President Illinois Delta chapter of Sigma Alpha Ep- silon had a successful and productive year. The SAE ' s opened the year by pledging 32 men, of whom 18 were initiated the following February. By winning the intramural football championship and the scholarship trophy for the first semester, the SAE ' s versatility was shown. The Sig Alpha ' s success was carried over into both campus offices and athletics. Class officers included Pete Geraci, Freshman Class vice-president; Larry Hoffman and Bob Arm- strong, Sophomore Class president and vice- president; and Ryan Jorstad, Junior Class treas- urer. Prominent in campus activities were Larry Moore, Campus Chest co-chairman; Don Schwarz, Homecoming co-chairman; and Don Row 1: D. Schwarz, R. Jorstad, C. Bach, Mrs. Brinkhoff, A. Ammann, L. Schaller, D. Dunscomb. Arenz, Tower Club president. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was also well represented in the Blue ' s successful athletic year. Ryan Jorstad and Dick Vlk were football co-captains. John Staedke was cross-country captain. Filling out the slate were Ron Smith, baseball co-captain; and Bob Armstrong, wrestling captain. The " Untouchable Shuffle, " pajama dance, and spring formal were prominent SAE activi- ties along with the second semester celebra- tion of the chapter ' s fiftieth year on campus. The Sig Alphs also welcomed their new housemother, " Mom " Brinkhoff, into the chap- ter. E. " Turk " Edwards again served as chap- ter advisor, and Dr. M. ' Hillger was faculty advisor. « 88 » I Row 2: B. Armstrong, S. Phoenix, D. Savage, H. Campbell, R. Kopecky, J. Mades, G. Richard, P. Wincup, J. Chlumsky, J. Bayless, E. Dash, J, Harlan, T. Pawlowski, L. Hoffman. Row 3: G. Wesoloski, R. Smith, J. Kolb, D. Arenz, L. Frus, J. Staedke, J. Hughes, I- Andrews, C. Gustafson, L. Moore, B. Davidson, M. Hanes, J. Orndorff, E. Galapeaux. Row 1: J. Hendrian, K. Becker, D. Sexton, Mrs. Brinkhoff, R. Smith (pledge trainer), D. Siweck, D. Schawitsch. Row 2: B. Hughes, D. Hale, I. Hohenberry, D. Schmidt, B. Scherer, M. Fisher, J. Winholtz, B. Stoner, G. Underwater, B. Becker, C. Thies, T. Cooper. Row 3: D. Bliss, F. Cycholl, D. Mullendore, E. Constance, B. Newbold, J. Rush, C. Thorns, L. Foster, M. Thompson, P. Geraci, J. Imming, D. Kornelly. lau Kofifia £pd Ion Barry Devlin. President Even before {all semester began, the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon were busy working for Millikin. Teke Tom Foerster was the represen- tative sent abroad from Millikin to work with other students of the world at an Ecumenical Work Camp in Switzerland. Furthermore, Gar- ry Davis served as co-chairman of Freshman Camp. During the fall season, the Tekes filled their calendar with various activities and social events, including the annual College of Com- plexes and Harvest Hop dances. The Home- coming house decoration competition trophy was taken for the second consecutive year by the Tekes under the capable leadership of Tom Christianson. Representing Tau Kappa Epsilon, Tom Foerster was crowned Mr. Cam- pus Chest at the annual Campus Chest dance. Second semester, the Tekes found their representative, Howard Wehr, " Pancake King of Decatur, " and Teke president, Barry Devlin, « 90 » Row 1- T Foerster, B. Weber, D. Rogers, C. Querrey, Mrs. Graham, B. Devlin, T. O ' Brien, B. Haywood, T. Christianson was elected king of the annual all-school Sweetheart Dance. In the state-wide Tau Kappa Epsilon basketball tournament, the Mil- likin Tekes entered the semi-finals before being eliminated in the twelve-team tournament. At the beginning of the semester, 25 men were initiated into Tau Kappa Epsilon, bringing the total chapter strength to 79 men. The chief social events of the spring were The Festival of the Red Carnation and the spr. ' ng formal as well as numerous house dances and exchanges. During the busy sea- son, the Tekes also adopted a young female dog as their mascot. Throughout the year, Tau Kappa Epsilon was led by Barry Devlin as president and Corwin Querrey as vice-president. These men were assisted by Tekes ' able and gracious housemother, Mrs. Gloria Graham, and " Grandma " Sloan, who completed her four- teenth year as Teke cook. Row 2: F. Herzon, W. Sadowski, R. Steinberg, G. Catlin, D. Clausen, V. Fitch, D. Day, D. Wallin, B. Wedeles, B. Burgiss, T. Hargis, T. Simons, S. Johnson, H. Longerich, D. Ryan. Row 3: B. Lyman, K. McBain, D. Edmunds, H. Christensen, B. Smith, D. Allen, J, Beadles, V. Trantina, E. DeWerff, D. Waters, N. Springer, C. Liles, G. Davis, B. Severino, J. Ward, J. Oxley. Row 1: K. Steffan, J. Amato, S. Clemens. Row 2: T. Blackley, G. Gilleland, T. Roberson, D. Cope, Mrs. Graham, T. O ' Brien (pledge trainer), A. Raduenzel, H. Russell, T. Walden. Row 3: H. Wehr, B. Carnahan, M. Hager, J. Harris, B. Shank, C. Winings, B. Byrkit, S. Clover, J. Keeley, D. Neuses, J. Hanson, J. Slifer, S. Madsen, F. Fletcher. Row 4: T. Schindler, M. Sawkiw, D. Herzberger, J. Polacek, B. Posegate, A. Eickstaedt, R. Harrod, B. Jones, B. Blake- man, B. Ritter, R. Stupp, R. Baker, E. Alexander, D. Martin, D. Jester. Millikin 9adefie Jtent Allocation Row 1: M. Gottlieb, D. Wilson, M. Nein, D. Bishop, A. Ross, J. Davidson, G. Benham. Row 2: J. Drnec, E. Sirovatka, M. Lowe, H. Hayden, J. West, K. Kelley, R. Schaller, D. Reed, B. Buchinger. The Millikin Independent Association held their meetings this year in the new University Center lounge. The MIA Homecoming float theme was " Eat ' Em Up, " and it featured a big falcon, Millikin ' s new mascot. Their Homecom- ing Queen candidate was sophomore Karen Vork. The group sponsored several record dances and informal get-togethers during the year. For the third year, the Millikin Independent Association carried on their charity project, the support of Tuck Soo, a twelve-year-old or- phan. Each month they sent him $10 for his food and schooling. Most of the money they raise each year goes to their little sixth-grade friend. OFFICERS Dave Bishop, Diane Wilson, Mary Lou Nein, Anne Louise Ross 92 Row 1: R. Fatheree, J. Greve, L. Krause, B. Hebenstreit. Row 2: D. Gollan, T. Sparks, L. Slider, G. Williams, J. Myers. Upsilon Epsilon Tau (VET) was organized on Millikin ' s campus in 1955. It is a service organization open to all veterans at Millikin. The organization enables its members to par- ticipate in social and cultural activities on campus and informs them of current veteran affairs. The VETs sponsor a Christmas dance. Their Founder ' s Day Banquet is held in May. Jerry Greve, President « 94 » Rush registration. Interfraternity Council is composed of the faculty advisor, the president, and two other representatives from each men ' s social frater- nity. The council administers fraternity rush week and men ' s intramurals. It also deter- mines fraternity relations with the university, the public, and each other. This year the coun- cil ' s annual dance was held in January in the University Center. 9n£eAjftozteA4utu Gounod Row 1: L. Moore, K. McBain, S. Czerwonky, J. Hoffman, T. Hargiss. Row 2: B. Devlin, J. Druessel, R. Winters, J. Talbert, C. Bach, J. Domescik. j In fourteen seasons at Millikin, Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach Ralph Allan has had the distinctiion of taking two teams to NAIA small-college tournament in Kansas City. In 1951, Allan ' s team took second place in the tournament. Along with guiding the Big Blue to five College Conference of Illi- nois championships, Allan has recorded 199 victories in his fourteen seasons as basketball coach. A star halfback for Millikin in his college days, Don Shroyer has coached Big Blue foot- ball teams for the past five years. An advocate of rigid training and desire, Coach Shroyer led the Big Blue to a 6-2 record last season. In his second year on the Millikin coaching staff, Coach Chuck Ross, a former professional boxer, coached the Big Blue wrestling team to second place in the College Conference of Illinois meet. He also proved to be very instru- mental in football, serving as assistant coach. Coach Ross also coached baseball. Don Shroyer Chuck Ross Bruce Grimes 1961 " M F Man The Millidek has selected Bruce Grimes, senior from Decatur, as " M " Man for 1961. The award is based on athletic ability, scholarship, sportsmanship, and extracurricular activities. Bruce, captain of this year ' s basketball team, was the leading scorer with 520 points on the season. He ended his career as seventh leading scorer in Millikin ' s history; his season total was the third best output by a Millikin player. He lettered in all four seasons and was very instrumental in leading the Big Blue to their first winning season in four years. Grimes is also a baseball player, roaming right field for three years and also doing a bit of pitching. Bruce is an art major, and upon graduation he will strive for his master ' s degree. He is a member of " M " Club, Tower Club, and has served as a youth counselor in his church. The " M " Club is an organization of all var- sity lettermen. The officers are president, Del Rutz; vice-president, Tony Lents; and treasurer, Jack Billington. One of the many activities of the " M " Club is selling used books at the be- ginning of each semester. Row l: D. Walker, A. Raduenzel, T. Cooper, B. Arm- strong, T. Simons, L. Frus, R. Schmitz, B. Ernst, D. Farris. Row 2:.S. Hengst, J. Bader, G. Gilleland, C. Siebel, C. Thies, J. Holmes, D. Bell, L. Chapman, R. Jorstad. Row 3: D. Waters, J. Williams, K. Hartrich, B. Vander- water, L. Rule, J. Hoffman, R. Koch, J. Domes- cik, B. Byrkit, J. Billington. Row 4: L. Crites, B. Stoutenborough, V. Trantina, J. Staedke, T. Lents, D. Rutz, M. Lents. V t. t ' A - ft i Row 1: C. Siebel, G. Brooks, J. Anderson, D. Rutz, B. Vanderwater, T. Simons, P. Geraci, D. Vlk, F. Clark, K. Hartrich, J. Hohenberry. Jk 1 Row 2: C. Thies, T. Smith, B. Armstrong, R. Schmitz, J. Domescik, A. Domescik, B. Severino, L. Neu- zel, L. Marsh, F. Davis, D. Bell, D. Farris, D. Wulf, J. Hoffman. QoottJJ, This is the way it ' s done. SCORES Millikin 7 Illinois Normal 0 Millikin 20 Wayne State University 7 Millikin 44 North Park 7 Millikin 38 Augustana 14 Millikin 13 Lake Forest 6 Millikin 18 Illinois Wesleyan 13 Millikin 6 North Central 33 Millikin 6 Carroll 7 mm-- « 100 » Bob Martin Al Domescik Don Farris Millikin compiled a 6-2 record during the 1960 football season. Led by quarterback Del Rutz and halfback Teddy Smith, the Big Blue gridders overran most of their opposition. The highlight of the season was an 18-13 victory at Homecoming over arch-rival Illinois Wes- leyan. Defensive halfback Kenny Hartrich and tackle Ryan Jorstad were named to the first team in all C.C.I, conference selections, while Rutz, defensive end Chuck Siebel, and middle guard Craig Thies were named to the second team. Other outstanding players were Jerry Domescik, Bob Martin, Bill Severino, Stan Lee, and Rich Schmitz. Coach Shroyer anticipates another great season ahead, for he will lose only three letter- men. « 103 » It ' s not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game. « 104 » Who ' s got the ball? There ' s someone following y ou - Chuck Siebel Pete Geraci Jim Hoffman Ray Radliff Bruce Vanderwater Tom Brennan « 10G » Row 1: J. Steinheimer, L. Cearlock, J. Hutton. Row 2: K. Fleck, B. Bray, J. Alfeld. Our six cheerleaders and two alternates are elected by the entire student body after an assembly at which each candidate leads two cheers. The girls lead cheers at all football and basketball games, build enthusiasm for Home- coming, and go to Freshman Camp to teach pep songs and cheers to the new students. B-I-G B-L-U-E. Big Blue. « 107 » Row 1: D. Walker, J. Imming, T. Lents, J. Bader, M. Lents, B. Ritter. Row 2: B. Grimes, J. Bertsche, G. Gilleland, D. Waters, E. DeWerff, D. Gulick, S. Hengst. Bruce Grimes, Captain For the first time in four years, Millikin had a winning basketball season. Much of the credit goes to Athletic Director and Head Bas- ketball Coach Ralph Allan. Leading the Big Blue to a 14-13 record was Captain Bruce Grimes. Along with setting many Millikin records, Bruce also was named to the all C.C.I, team. Other mainstays of the squad included seniors Tony Lents and Vic Trantina, who be- came ineligible at the end of the first semester; sophomores Don Walker, Steve Hengst, Earl DeWerff, and Darrell Waters; freshmen Gary Gilleland and Jim Bader. The Blue finished with a 4-6 conference record. 108 SCORES Millikin 72 Millikin . . 87 Millikin 68 Millikin 80 Millikin 79 Millikin 102 Quincy 80 McKendree 78 North Central 85 Elmhurst 70 William Penn 65 Illinois College 73 Monmouth College Tournament Millikin 72 Monmouth 81 Millikin 99 Iowa Wesleyan .... 72 William Penn Tournament Millikin 86 Missouri Valley .... 70 Millikin 84 William Penn 104 Millikin 98 Augustana 76 Millikin 70 Illinois Wesleyan . . 79 Millikin 79 Millikin 71 Millikin 78 Millikin 71 Millikin 67 Millikin 71 Millikin 82 Millikin 100 Millikin 75 Millikin 82 Millikin 88 Millikin 83 Millikin Ill Millikin 76 Millikin 94 Eastern State 89 Illinois College 59 Quincy 91 Lake Forest. 83 Carroll 75 Illinois Wesleyan ... 75 Carthage 71 North Central 78 Lake Forest 88 Augustana 74 Carroll 74 Elmhurst 92 Carthage 100 Eastern State 93 Alumni 86 Go get it. Earl. Vic Trantina Don Walker Tony Lents One of the most impressive victories of the season came in the William Penn Holiday Tournament when the Big Blue defeated a great Missouri Valley quintet, 86-70. In the only other holiday tournament at Monmouth College, Captain Grimes scored his career high of 37 points. Bruce ended the season with 520 points, excluding the alumni game. His was the third best season in Millikin ' s history, and he was the seventh greatest scorer. Another impressive feat is that of two soph- omores, Walker and Hengst. Between the two of them, they have totaled well above 1200 points in their first two seasons at Millikin. « 111 » So who ' s playing without shoes? Baseball Coach Chuck Ross had a nucleus of six returning lettermen this spring. They include Co-Captains Del Rutz and Ron Smith, Jerry Domescik, Bruce Grimes, Larry " Lash " Rule, and Larry Chapman. After a successful season last year, Coach Ross looks forward to an even better season. Gone is star pitcher Dick Williams, but Tony Lents and Ryan Jorstad still remain. Ross will have to rely on freshmen to take up the slack in the pitching department. Even so, Millikin should field another great team. « 114 » Millikin Millikin 15 Millikin 13 Millikin 3 Millikin 6 Millikin 1 Millikin 5 Millikin 3 Millikin 7 Millikin 15 Millikin 5 Millikin 4 Millikin 10 Millikin 2 Millikin 6 Millikin 1 Millikin 0 Millikin 3 SCORES 5 -I960 Augustana 4 Augustana 7 Illinois College 3 Illinois College 0 Eastern 5 Eastern 5 MacMurray 8 Carroll 2 Carroll 4 Elmhurst 5 Elmhurst 0 Illinois Wesleyan .... 6 Quincy 1 1 Illinois Wesleyan .... 1 1 Lake Forest 7 Lake Forest 11 North Central 3 North Central 0 Coach Ross and Captain Ron Smith Row 1: I. Imming, C. Weiner, D. Siweck, I. Trimmer, D. Schawitsch, R. Smith, T. Lents, A. Domescik. Row 3: Coach Ross, A. Ritz, G. Gilleland, D. Gulick, R. Jorstad, B. Grimes, B. Ritter, V. Gurley. Row 2: I. Domescik, J. Hoffman, C. Siebel, L. Marsh, L. Rule, L. Chapman, R. Lunn. Co-Captains Bruce Vanderwater and Bob Armstrong In their first full season of intercollegiate wrestling, the Big Blue did a tremendous job in compiling a 10-2 record in dual meets. Coach Ross worked endlessly with his boys, some who had never wrestled before. Leading the team were co-captains, soph- omores Bruce Vanderwater and Bobby Arm- strong. Vanderwater was defeated only twice while Armstrong did an excellent job in his weight class. Both took second place in the conference meet. However, the most outstanding grappler was a freshman, Terry Cooper. Cooper was defeated only once and took first place in the 123 lb. class in the conference meet. One outstanding note — all members of the team will be back next yearl « 117 » After a great track season last year, Coach Shroyer is looking to an even better one. Re- turning this season are Dennis Bunting and Russ Koch, high jumpers, dash man Larry Frus, hurdlers Earl DeWerff and Al Raduenzel, dis- tance man John Staedke, Terry Simons on the weights, and Captain Ken Hartrich. Three freshmen, Larry Barry, John Polacek, and Ken Spitzer, will figure heavily in Shroy- er ' s plans. All are distance men, and all will be a welcomed addition to the squad. Coach Shroyer and Captain Ken Hartrich The Happy Sprinter! from here. Millikin ' s golf team, bolstered by Captain Milt Bowan, returning lettermen Jim Williams, Jim Smith, Gail Hupp, and Pat Kaiser, and rookies Dick Enslow and Dave Miller, put Mil- likin back into the eyes of the link advocates of the C.C.I. Completing a successful season, graced by good weather, Coach Richard Paine looks for- ward to an even better year in 1962. 121 « 122 » The intramural program at Millikin sponsors seasonal games for both men and women. In the women ' s division, each sorority and the independent girls have teams which compete for the travel- ing trophy awarded each spring to the group with the most points. Softball, bowling, deck tennis, basketball, and badminton keep everyone busy all year. Each men ' s fraternity and an indepen- dent team also compete for a traveling trophy. Competition runs high in football, basketball, volleyball, and softball. WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL MANAGERS « 124 » The cross-country team this year at Millikin won a large majority of its dual meets. The team, captained by John Staedke, was led by three {reshmen — Larry Barry, John Polacek, and Ken Spitzer. Barry set a new record at the Scovill course, bettering the old one by 40 seconds. At the conference meet held at Carroll, the Big Blue took second place. John Staedke, Captain to r.) D. Hatten, J. Bader, J. Staedke, B. Stoutenborough, K. Spitzer, J. Holmes, L. Barry, J. Polacek, Coach Allan. 125 » Dr. Paul L. McKay, President of Millikin University, has in- spired Millikin in its greatest period of improvement. Dr. Mc- Kay initiated the campus build- ing program, which produced the new University Center and men ' s residence hall. Far from neglecting the intellectual spirit of Millikin, President McKay has stressed, above all, aca- demic excellence. Improve- ments have been made in the adult education program, the library, and the public rela- tions program. DEAN C. L. MILLER « 128 » Without capable, willing leaders, a university cannot function smoothly. Millikin is fortunate to have leaders who are able to supervise and co- ordinate both curricular and extracurricular activities and still be available as friends and counselors to the student body. DEAN BYRON L. KERNS GLEN R. SMITH J. ROGER MILLER BERTHA PHARIS Dean of Business and Industry Dean of School of Music Dean of Women « 129 » MUSIC DEPARTMENT Richard Hoffland Wesley Snyder Walter Emch Kenneth LaRowe Paul Skinner Hubert Norville Elizabeth Travis Gigante Martha Maas Clyde Hess Margaret Strahl J. Roger Miller Wilna Moffett HISTORY DEPARTMENT Daniel Gage Eugene Beisner Willis Walker C. L. Miller BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT William Anderson Clyde Dennis James Heffern « 131 « 133 » Dora McClure Ralph Allan Chuck Ross Don Shroyer ART DEPARTMENT RELIGION AND SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT Russell Housman Max Taylor Don Faith Marguerite Berg Gail Olsen Lucien Kapp R- R- Brewer Edward Wing Not pictured: Lael Smith, Lorrin Kreider « 134 » « 135 » JOHN AHLENIUS Education Decatur, Illinois RICHARD ALLEN Education Decatur, Illinois ART AMMANN Business Decatur, Illinois BEVERLY ATER Mathematics Decatur, Illinois PAT AUKLAND Secretarial Science Loda, Illinois CHUCK BACH History Decatur, Illinois BARBARA BATES Education Brentwood, Missouri ED BELCHER Business Hammond, Illinois BEVERLY BETTENHAUSEN Home Economics Manhattan, Illinois EMILYANN BERG French Decatur, Illinois RICHARD BERGANDINE English Decatur, Illinois SANDRA BERTASH Sociology Chicago, Illinois RONALD BESALKE Business Decatur, Illinois MARYELLYN BOER3MA Education Chicago, Illinois BARBARA BORDERS Home Economics Belleville, Illinois WILLIAM BOYD Business Taylorville, Illinois DALE BROWN Business Decatur, Illinois BARBARA BUTLER Biology Sterling, Illinois « 139 » BARBARA CASSELL Education Decatur, Illinois LARRY CHALCRAFT Business Decatur, Illinois LINDA CHAPMAN Education Decatur, Illinois SIMON CHOI Industry Seoul, Korea TOM CHRISTIANSON Sociology LaGrange, Illinois SUE COLLINS Secretarial Scienca LaGrange Park, Illinois 1961 Senior DALE CRAIG Music Taylorville, Illinois JAN CROWHURST Education Western Springs, Illinois STEVE CZERWONKY English Wilmette, Illinois DAWN DAVIE Education Oak Park, Illinois DALE DAY Business Administration Decatur, Illinois MARY SUE DEALY Nursing Education Maroa, Illinois SHERI DENMAN Music Farmington, Missouri BARRY DEVLIN Biology LaGrange Park, Illinois JIM DONAHOE Business Decatur, Illinois « 140 » MARILYN DONGOWSKI, English— Decatur, Illinois JIM DRUESSEL, Music— Collinsville, Illinois DAVE EDMUNDS, Chemistry— Blue Mound, Illinois LEE GOTTLIEB. Chemistry— Birmingham, Michigan JERRY GREVE, Business — Decatur, Illinois BRUCE GRIMES, Art— Decatur, Illinois JIM HARLIN. Business Administration— Decatur, Illinois CHARLOTTE HARRIS, Physical Education— Decatur, Illinois KEN HARTRICH, Physical Education— Decatur, Illinois ROBERT EDWARDS, Sociology— Decatur, Illinois KARLA FLECK, French— Decatur, Illinois JIM FLINT. Business— Forsythe, Illinois CHUCK GUSTAFSON. Industry— LaGrange, Illinois CAROL HADLEY, Home Economics— Lombard, Illinois SANDRA HANES, Physical Education— Decatur, Illinois RONALD HAYNES. Business— Decatur, Illinois JUDY HEINLEIN, Education— Shelbyville, Illinois JERRY HENDRICKS, Business— Decatur, Illinois « 141 » Can you keep a secret? Good food and sweet music. RON HOLLER. Education — Decatur, Illinois GAIL HUPP. History— Decatur, Illinois BETTY JACOBSEN. English— Decatur, Illinois LAWRENCE KRAUSE, Industry— Decatur, Illinois DAVE LAUERMAN. Speech— Mascoutah, Illinois TONY LENTS, Business— Decatur, Illinois FRED McTAGGART. English— Decatur, Illinois TOM McVETY, Industry— Decatur, Illinois VIRGIL MERRITT. Business— Taylorville, Illinois RITA JOHNSON, Medical Technology— Minier, Illinois JILL JONES, Education— Mason City, Illinois HILLIS KISSEE. Medical Technology— Decatur, Illinois ERNEST LITTLE, Psychology— Decatur, Illinois NANCY LUKACS, History— Decatur, Illinois KEN McBAIN, Business — Homewood, Illinois CAROLYN MORRILL, Music— Sturgis, South Dakota MARTIN MURPHY, Business Administration— Decatur, Illinois ALLEN MYERS, Industry— Decatur, Illinois « 142 » ROBERT NELSON Music Kankakee, Illinois ROBERT NEILSEN Business Decatur, Illinois DENNIS NO ON AN Business Decatur, Illinois HARRY OLLER Sociology Taylorville, Illinois JOE ORNDORFF History Mattoon, Illinois JAN OXLEY Business Decatur, Illinois 1961 SencoM JOY PANKEY Home Economics Deca tur, Illinois NANCY PARKINSON Spanish Oak Park, Illinois SUSANNA PHARIS Spanish Decatur, Illinois STEPHEN PHENIX Business Decatur, Illinois KLONDIS PIRTLE Business Sparta, Illinois FRANK POST Music Decatur, Illinois RICHARD PUGSLEY Music Athens, Illinois CORWIN QUERREY History Chicago, Illinois BETSY RACHFORD Education Oak Lawn, Illinois « 143 » TOM REILLY Industry Tampa, Florida BILL REZEK Business Administration Decatur, Illinois GLENN RICKARD Industry Decatur, Illinois RICHARD RIEDEL Business Decatur, Illinois ANNE LOUISE ROSS Education Oak Park, Illinois LYNDA SATTERFIELD Education Pana, Illinois SHASHANA SCHAAR Business Decatur, Illinois LEE SCHALLER Biology New Athens, Illinois DON SCHWARZ Industry Decatur, Illinois CHARLES SHURTLEFF Business Decatur, Illinois ED SIROVATKA Business LaGrange Park, Illinois LEE SLIDER History Decatur, Illinois MARION SLIFER Sociology Assumption, Illinois TED SMITH Business Decatur, Illinois WILLIAM SPEAKS Speech Decatur, Illinois « 144 » Careful, it ' s hot. You ' re not watching the birdie! LINDA STIVERS. Secretarial Science— Mt. Pulaski, 111, TOM TANKERSLEY, Business — Macon, Illinois JACK TAYLOR, Business — Decatur, Illinois JIM TOLCH, Business — Effingham, Illinois DICK TOLLY, Physical Education — Moweaqua, 111. ELWOOD TRYON, Business— Woodstock, Illinois EOB VON BEHREN, Business — Decatur, Illinois DAVE WAHL, Industry— Decatur, Illinois CLEO WARD, Music — Aurora, Illinois MEG THOMAS, Education— Granite City, Illinois BARBARA THURSBY, Home Economics— Palmyra, [11. JERRY TOBIAS, Speech— Decatur, Illinois JANE UNZICKER, Music— Champaign, Illinois JAN VAN AUSDALL, Home Economics- Springfield, Illinois DICK VLK, Industry— Decatur, Illinois JERRY WARD, Business — Decatur, Illinois GEORGIA WILLIAMS, Physical Education- Chicago, Illinois DIANE WILSON, Education— Decatur, Illinois JOHN ZARCONE, Speech— Decatur, Illinois « 145 » r flunio.1 GLu-1961 Ryan Jorstad, Treasurer; Sherry Skidmore, Vice-President; Nancy Dehner, Secretary; Jerry Domescik, President And you doubled four hearts? So, what ' s funny? ITT Hi tilt. Bill Abene, Bob Ames, Judy Auklcmd, Bill Bailey Carolyn Baldwin, Phillip Beadles, Diane Behrend, Del Bell Bob Berg, Jack Billington, Carol Boice, Bob Braden Beckv Bradley, Nancy Bradley, Margaret Bruce, Harold 1 Campbell Bob Carlson, Hartley Carlton, Sharon Carrick Jamene Cattinari, Marilyn Chaney, Paula Cherry Hank Christensen, Vince Cina. Sharon Clements Darrell Clifton, Rachel Clifton, Janet Clough « 147 1961 i ■ w " " . • J I ' jPj ■ J %o y ' V J 1 Jenny Cochennour, Jerry Connors, Judy Creech. Vicki Crouch Ernie Dash, Alice Dashiell, Gary Davis, Ruth Dechant Nancy Dehner, Robert Dobbels, Kent Dobson, Jerry Domescik Barbara Duewer, David Fantus, Don Farris, Carolyn Findlay Clark Flake, Nancy Flamm, Tom Foerster Richard Furner, Marie Galloway, Betty Garrett Bob Gendry, Peggy Good, Richard Gora Kay Gray, Beverly Gulick, Martin Hager 148 Joann Hartke, Derald Hartley, Joyce Hayes, Judy Hehmeyer, Darrell Helm, Jim Hofiman, Carole Hollie Marilyn Hubbard, Jim Hughes, Stanley Johnson. Howard Kasch, Norma Kelly, Mary Jane Kennedy, Joy Kettelkamp Herb Klebe, Evelyn Krause, Dean Lanckton, Charles Liles, Sue Logan, Henry Longerich, Bob Lurkins Bob Lyman, Mike McNamara, Bill McQueen, John Mack, John Modes, Pat Major, Larry Moore Kitchy-kitchy-koo. Dear Mom, You should see all the neat Freshman Camp! guys at Steve Mumma, James Myers, Dennis Neal, Gary Palmquist, David Patrshall, Tom Pawlowski. Victoria Pharis Drury Piech, Carole Prudik, Pat Reed, Jeanne Reiners, Dick Rogers Ellen Rogers, Del Rutz Doug Ryan, Meta Salisbury, Richard Schmitz, Dennis Schwartz, Bill Severino, Dick Sexton, Sharon Skidmore Jim Smith, Marcia Smith, Ron Smith, Mary Jane Smithson, Arline Soards, Libby Spaninger, Norm Springer All we need now is a chauffeur. So that ' s the way you got all those trophies. t M ' Fred Stein, Bill Stoutenborough, Jim Talbert, Phyllis Thompson Leonard Tlapa. Vic Trantina, Don Turner, Don Upper Ronald Verardi, Marcia Walker, Hannes Watzlawek, George Wesoloski Larry White, Jim Williams, Ed Wilson, Rick Zellmann, Janice Zelnick 1961 Aw, c ' mon you guys! I5l Larry Hoffman, President Jan Steinheimer, Secretary Bob Armstrong, Vice President Carolyn Rankin, Treasurer He went Ihat-a-way! Maren Allan. Richard Allen, Don Arenz Betty Atchison, Karen Backs, Bob Barton Wayne Baughman, Jack Beadles, Jackie Bean Sylvia Beatty, Naomi Becker, David Bishop David Bliss, Betty Bohmer, Nancy Booth, Terry Boston Roma Bradley, Bev Bray, Judy Bretz, Sandy Briggen Dave Brobst, Roger Brooks, Dennis Bunting, Helen Burgett Bill Burgiss, Bob Byrkit, Richard Cornfield, Gary Catlin 1961 153 » l jj t V - • 1961 Larry Chapman, Tim Chilton, Jerry Chlumsky Darryl Clausing, Barbara Coffman, Franklin Coleman Wayne Collins, Bill Compton, Joy Connors Mike Constance, Judie Cook, Dave Cope Roz Cordts, Lynn Coverstone, Paula Craycroft, David Crow Vic Cushing, Bob Davidson, Virginia Day, Earl DeWerff Sherry DeWitt, Kay Durbin, Jim Edwards, Dee Ellison Dennis Ellison, Terry Endean, Vernon Fitch, Bob Flamm 154 » Fred Fletcher, Ed Folkers. Jerry Freeman. Larry Frus. Ron Frystak, Ed Galapeaux. Nancy Garwood Carol Gerhardt. J. D. Good. Clair Goodman. Ken Grenie . Maria Gross. Franz Grossman. Jerry Gulledge Vern Gurley, Mike Hanes. Tom Hargis. Carlo Harrison, Sue Harrison. Marjorie Hastings. Jean Hayer Mareta Hayes. David Hazelrigg. Bill Hebenstreit. Margaret Hebenstreit. Wolfgang Heckel. Steve Hengst. Bill Heywood « 155 » One freshman against the world. A sparkling conversationalist! Charles Hill, Larry Hoffman, Rita Hollingsworth, Phyllis Hopp, Bill Householder, Pat Howatt, Harold Hunt Gaylen James, Ken Keisling, Dan Knifong, Gail Knobloch, Sharon Knox, Judy Koch, Russ Koch Jack Kolb, Sue Krai, Barbara Kretzer, Melba Largent, Carol Larson, Jerry Lash, Stanley Lee Bob Lents, Mike Lents, Leith Lorenz, Roger McNeely, Steve Madsen, Bob Martin, Leo Martin « 156 » Jean Mickelson, Barbara Miller. Linda Musso Nancy Myers, Don Neece, Mary Lou Nein Larry Neuzel, Doug Nichols, Pat Norton Tim O ' Brien, Dona Olson, Roger Ortman Karen Patterson, George Peterson, Vicki Pilcher, George Piper Fred Plattner, Tom Pritts, Al Raduenzel, Carolyn Rankin Dave Reed, Marcy Reid, Nancy Rice, Dan Riggle James Roberts, Carolyn Roltgen, Larry Rule, Jack Rush 1961 , m ' , • • ,3 - m . Zigmas Sadauskas. Walter Sadowski, Sherry Sappeniield Bob Schenk, Joandel Schmidt, Sam Schmidt Marian Schneller, Libby Schweigerdt, Phil Scott Sheila Shrout, Jerry Siloski. Terry Simons Dave Siweck, Jim Slifer, Bob Smith, David Spearman John Staedke, Judy Stanowicki, Sharon Steigemeier, Mary Jo Steinbach Ron Steinberg, Jan Steinheimer, Bill Stoner, John Strocher Tom Taylor, Shirley Thomason, Carolyn Thompson, James Turner 1961 £ap.Uama ied. 7 ,11 1 % i AM 1 is «ss « 158 » Barbara Moose, Treasurer; Bonnie Brooks, Secretary; Pete Geraci, Vice-President; Jim Bader, President Edward Alexander, Joanne AHeld, John Allen, Rosalie Allen John Amato, Barbara Arnett, Walter Artze, Steve ftutor Jim Bader, Tom Bahlow, Lyle Baker, Lynn Barckley Jim Barry, Larry Barry, Barbara Bauman, Ken Becker Marianne Becker, Juanita Bellamy, Sharon Bernardini Jerry Bertsche, Terry Blackley, Jim Blakeman Beth Bormann, Barbara Boyer, Tom Brennan Fred Bright, Bonnie Brooks, Gary Brooks 1961 A v 01% ■ . : , . « ' ' - " ' ' ' jib ' - 0 161 » Terry Cooper, Betty Cordes, Ian Craw David Crews, Marianne Curtis, Fred Cycholl Janet Davidson, Larry Davis, Delores Deering Philip Delaney, Al Domescik, David Drobisch « 162 » Julie Edwards, Allen Eickstaedt, Sherdel Engleman, Dick Enslow, Eugene Ernst, Jan Eveland, Vicki Ewing Mary Farley, Marian Faser, Merton Ferguson, Yvonne Ferrall, Sharon Filitti, Pat Finney, Mike Fisher Katherine Foster, Larry Foster, Margaret Fox, Beth Gage, Virginia Galbreath, Elizabeth Gardiner, Beryle Gardner Ashlin Gatewood, Joan Gentala, Pete Geraci, Jean Gerber, Karen Gettinger, Ken Giiihorn, Gary Gilleland Don ' t be angry! Go, Willie! Judith Good, Susan Gore, Lyn Crossman, Linda Grunden, Dick Gulick, Pam Hamman, John Hanson Gary Harris, Jim Harris, Larry Harris, Thomas Harrod, Don Hatten, Roberta Hauser, Jerry Hawbaker Harold Hoyden, Jean Hayes, Tom Heffernan. Rich Heiden, Jim Hendrian, Carolyn Hendrix, Dan Hertzberger Carolyn Hill, Loren Hiser, Sue Hockett, Jim Holmes, Jane Horaney, Barbara Howard, Bill Hughes For overdue books, we charge Ah, life wasn ' t like this in Ramsey! men Karen Kelley, Karen Kelson. Nancy Kelm Michael Kerr. Allen Killpatrick. David Kirk Marilyn Konvicka, Don Kornelly, Vicki Krazer Mike Kullik, Linda Kummer, Charles Lamont 165 » f Ralph Larson, Harold Lee, Barbara Linder, Sue Lindholm Judy Logan, Jeanne Lombardo, Mike Lowe, Mike Lukens Susan Lutz, Karen McClellan, Nancy McClelland, Georgia McConnaughay Janet McMillen, Tom McNealy, Sue McWhirter, John Mallinson Larry Marsh, Bill Martin, Paul Martin Sharon Mattern, Emma Jean Maxwell, Carol Meek Faith Me icle. Walter Moore, Barbara Moose Pam Morrow. Carl Mueller, Daniel Mullendore « 166 » Sue Munsie, Richard Neuses, Bill Newbold, Nicky Niklich, Yoshiko Okubo, Bruce Oman, Lynn Padgitt Jeanine Pass, David Peel, Ruth Ann Pfotenhauer, Karen Pierceson, Sharon Pitchiord, John Polacek, Bob Posegate Linda Provow, Sandra Puntil, Roberta Quigley, Ray Radliif, Sharon Reed, Lois Rettberg, Robert Ritter Al Ritz, Evelyn Roasch, Mary Roche, George Roberson, Bill Rochkes, Mary Ann Robinson, Carol Rothe Pepsi, please. But I ' d rather have a Coke. Hazel Russell. Terry Sage. Larry Salefski. Don Sanner. Stephen Sanner, Dewey Savage, Lyle Schaller Rosalinde Schaller. Dale Schawitsch. Todd Schindler. Marilyn Schlueter. Cyndy Schmohe. Crystal Scott, Kent Scott Louise Scroggins, Carol Sells. Jim Seman, William Sherer, Carole Shoger. Linda Short. Jerilyn Shorten Chuck Siebel. Pat Slagel. Barbara Smith. Sandy Smith. Rose Spalding, Jim Spawr, Ken Spitzer 1961 i. Lynn Staedke. Judy Stangley. Ken Steffan. Kay Stewart Nancy Stewart, Jack Stockman, Jeanne Stahl, Joanne Stoller J Liz Stringer, Paula Stroyeck, Paula Sturgeon, Marilyn Swanson Sue Swartz. Joyce Szydlowski, Sharon Tapp. Chic Thorns Murray Thomson, Joseph Trimmer, Glendora Trueblood Joseph Trueblood, Elmer Turner, Clarke vJhler Gary Underwager, Joan Usinger, Dave VanHarn Sandy VanLyssel, Sandra Vaughn, Paul Viehmann 169 Sally Vogel, Tom Walden, Don Walker, Richard Ward, Robert Webb, Fred Weinert, Carolyn Whilaker Larry White, Barbara Wick, Bob Williams, Joan Wills, Don Wilson, James Winholtz, Linda Winings Judy Winter, Dale Woodall, Gary Workman, Don Wulf, Christine Yarrington, Wayne Zientara Do-si-do your partner. w w O It E-h g UJ In O oj x S u to O 2d u M P O o UJ Oh U Dm « K M U Dm Dm W u oo oo 2 O 1-3 55 Dm u Dm Dm H lo o oo cn o «! H J W Q «; H -J U Q m H H ►J W W Q Q X £ PS U C ' h PS 3 2 Dm i—3 w o 2 w Q «5 U PES UJ P o K 2 O mJ PS J? ;- Dm 2 £ ps B?2 3 2 O H 00 co cn o mm cs £ 2 ►J PS ►J o i 0 2 mJ K 00 H PS Dm W 03 o 53 g 2 tf d a; «S 2 J J K 1 2 O i-H h 5 O w lj n K 8 u - j 0 oo mJ •-J ffi PS U H U 2 2 U u o u , 00 H hJ 55 h n n f m cfl c « Senior Activities AHLENIUS. JOHN SEA, Publicity Co-Chairman, President; State SEA Conven- tion Co-Chairman; Sigma Zeta; German Club; Canterbury Club; Delta Sigma Phi, Sergeant at Arms, Homecoming House Dec. Co-Chairman; Football; Track; Intramurals; Parent ' s Day Co-Chairman; Freshman Camp Counselor; R. E. Week Committees; Biology Scholarship Award. ALLEN, RICHARD HEYL SEA; R. E. Week Committees; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Song Leader; A Capella Choir; Campus Chest Committees; Cam- pus Chest Overseas Workcamp Scholarship; Assistant in Chemistry Department. AMMANN, ART Student Council Committees; Beta Alpha; Interfraternity Council, Treasurer, Secretary; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice- President; Tennis; Homecoming Committees; Campus Chest Committees; " M " Club; Young Republicans. ATER. BEV LORA1NE French Club; WAA; SEA; Alpha Chi Omega, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer, First Vice-President, Scholarship Chairman; Millidek; Student Council Committees; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta; Scovill Award; Buck Scholarship. AUKLAND, PAT Senior Class Vice-President; Student Council; Student- Faculty Retreat Secretary; Tau Chi Pi, Student Council Representative, Vice-President; Beta Alpha; Alpha Chi Omega, Treasurer, Vice-President; Millikin Band; Deca- turian, Activities Editor, Feature Editor, Assistant Editor; Student Handbook; Pi Mu Theta; Scovill Award; Millikin Scholarships; Delta Delta Delta Scholarship; Homecoming Court. BACH, CHUCK E. Freshman Class President; Interfraternity Council; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Social Chairman, Warden, Vice-President, President; Homecoming Committees; Freshman Camp Coun- selor. BARTLEY, HOWARD J. Millikin Industrial Society; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Track; Homecoming Show; Town and Gown. BATES, BARBARA DIANE SEA; WAA; Conant; Pi Beta Phi, Intramural Ma nager, House Manager, Vice-President, Censor; Student Handbook; Student Council Committees; R. E. Week Committee; Cam- pus Chest Committees; Homecoming Secretary; Freshman Camp Counselor; RWAC; Homecoming Show. BELCHER, EDWIN D. Student Council, Secretary, President; Beta Alpha; Religious Life Commission; United Campus Christian Fellowship National Convention; Delta Sigma Phi, Honor Pledge, Sec- retary, Social Chairman, Alumni Chairman, Commissary Manager, Convention Delegate; Band; Young Republicans, Treasurer; Student-Faculty Discussions Chairman; Student Affairs; Student-Faculty Retreat Chairman; Homecoming Committees; Campus Chest Committees; Religious Em- phasis Week Committees; Phi Chi Alpha; Who ' s Who; Ecumenical Work Camp Scholorship; Marvel-Schebler Schol- arship; Assistant in Business and Alumni Offices; King of Hearts; Freshman Camp Counselor. BERG. EMILYANN Student Council; Student Council Committees; French Club; SEA; University Youth Fellowship; Pi Beta Phi, Corres- pondent, Historian, Assistant Rush Captain, Treasurer, Ad- visory Board, Executive Council Secretary; University Chorus; A Capella Choir; Publications Board; Decaturian, Proof Editor, News Editor, Managing fcditor; Student Hand- book Editor; Summer Decaturian Editor; Millidek; Home- coming Committee; Campus Chest Committee; WAA; As- stant in Modern Language Department and Publicity Office. BERTASH, SANDRA Student Council, Social Committee; Conant, President; Tower Club; Young Democrats; International Organization Society; AERho, Monitor; Religious Life Committee, Dis- cussion and Fellowship Commission Chairman; R. E. Week Publicity Chairman, Finance Committee; Pi Beta Phi, Mag- azine Chairman, Social Chairman, Rush Captain; Town and Gown; Variety Show; University Chorus; Millidek; Home- coming Shows; Campus Chest Co-Chairman, Show, Com- mittees; Chairman of Sweetheart Dance; Pi Mu Theta; Who ' s Who; Washington Semester Candidate; Student- Faculty Retreat Discussion Leader; Sociology Assistantship; Delegate to Mock Political Convention; Panhellenic Council; Student Chairman of Senior Citizens Institute. BESALKE, RONALD Delta Sigma Phi. BORDERS. BARBARA Religious Life Committee; Service Commission Chairman; Worship Commission; Delta Delta Delta, Assistant Treas- urer, House President, Marshall; Millidek, Co-Editor Fac- ulty Section, Co-Editor Opening Section; Student Handbook Editor; Publications Board Secretary; Campus Chest Com- mittee; R. E. Week Committee; Parents ' Day Committee; Homecoming Show, Homecoming Queen Candidate; Who ' s Who; Home Economics Club; Home Economics Department Assistantship; Freshman Camp, Co-Chairman, Counselor; WAA; SEA. BOWAN, MILTON Golf. BROWN, DALE Town and Gown Publicity Manager; Delta Sigma Phi, Sec- retary; University Chorus; Baseball Manager; Decaturian, Drama and Literary Editor; Bridge Tournament Chairman; Campus Chest Committee. BUCHINGER. ELOISE ASHLEY Spanish Club; Tower Club; SEA; Alpha Chi Omega, Intra- mural Manager; WAA; A Capella Choir; Pi Mu Theta. BUTLER, BARBARA German Club; Conant; Newman Club; Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Treasurer, Activities Chairman, Pi Phi Times, Assistant Treasurer, President; Town and Gown; Homecoming Show; Freshman Talent Show; Variety Show; Campus Chest Co- Chairman; Freshman Camp, Registration; Who ' s Who; Dance Scholarship; Assistant in Biology and Dancing; Panhellenic Council, Treasurer; Student-Faculty Retreat; International Night; Parent ' s Day Guide. CASSELL. BARBARA EILEEN Junior Class Treasurer; Senior Class Secretary; SEA, Vice- President; WAA; Conant; Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Chap- lain, Recording Secretary, President; Panhellenic Council, Secretary; Homecoming Show; Millidek, Organizations Co- Editor; Freshman Camp, Secretary; Homecoming Commit- tee; Campus Chest Committee; Parent ' s Day Committee; Prom Committee; Pi Mu Theta Scholarship, Secretary- Treasurer; Scovill Award; AAUW Scholarship; Student- Faculty Retreat. CHAPMAN, LINDA ANN SEA, Publicity Committee, Nominating Committee; WAA; Zeta Tau Alpha, Activities Committee, Ritual Committee, Magazine Committee, Scholarship Committee, Skit Chair- man, Assistant Scholarship Chairman. CHRISTIANSON, THOMAS H. Spanish Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Assistant Social Chair- man, Assistant Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms, Activities Chairman, House Decorations Chairman; Young Republi- cans; Alpha Epsilon Rho; Alpha Phi Omega; Tower Club, Intramurals. COLLINS, SUE Tau Chi Pi; Home Ec. Club; Beta Alpha; Religious Life Service Commission; Alpha Chi Omega, Activities Chair- man, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman; Student Handbook Committee; Millidek; Campus Chest Committee; Parent ' s Day Committee, WAA; Homecoming Show; Junior Pan- hellenic; Senior Panhellenic; Sweetheart Candidate. CRAIG. DALE A. Methodist Men ' s Club Scholarship; Sentel Scholarship; Dewein Scholarship; Mueller Scholarship; Millikin Scholar- ships; Assistant in Sociology and Music Departments; Scovill Prize; Phi Chi Alpha; Pi Kappa Lambda, Certificate of Honor; Piano Guild, Critic ' s Circle Rating; Finalist, St. Louis Symphony Young Artists Auditions; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Phi Mu Alpha, Historian, Scholarship Chairman; Solo Recital; Town and Gown; University Chorus; Band; Dance Revue; Homecoming Show; Campus Chest Talent Show; Religious Life Commission. CROWHURST. JANICE L. SEA; Home Ec. Club; Tau Chi Pi; Religious Life Service Commission; Religious Life Worship Committee; Alpha Chi Omega, Intramural Manager, Rush Chairman, President; Student Handbook; Millidek; Student Council Committee; Campus Chest Dance Co-Chairman; Parents ' Day; Junior Panhellenic; Senior Panhellenic, Vice-President; Home- coming Show; Homecoming Queen Candidate; Campus Chest ' Queen Candidate; WAA. « 172 » CZERWONKY, STEVE Student Council, Treasurer; Interfraternity Council, Treas- urer, President; SEA, President; Spanish Club President; Conant, Treasurer; Tower Club; Canterbury Club Vice- President; Alpha Kappa Lambda, Steward, Songleader, Publicity Chairman, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, Student Council Representative, IFC Representative; Publications Board, Treasurer; Student Affairs Committee. DAVIE. DAWN Student Council Social Committee; SEA, Convention Chair- man- Town and Gown; Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Social Chairman, Outstanding Pledge Award, Social Chairman; Milhdek, Senior Class Editor; Campus Chest Committee; Junior Panhellenic; Freshman Camp Counselor. DAY. DALE Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian, Intramurals; Student Council Social Committee. DECHANT. RUTH Physical Education Majors Club; Tau Chi Pi, Secretary; Religious Life Committee; Worship Commission; Alpha Xi Delta; Religious Life Publicity Chairman; Homecoming Show- Stunt Show; Parents ' Day Committee; Chairman of Morning Coffee Hour; Student-Faculty Retreat; R. E. Week Committee; Freshman Camp Counselor; R.W.A.C. Senior Representative. DEININGER. JANE Phi Kappa Phi; Scovill Award; Intermediate French Prize. DENMAN, SHERI Student Council; Dorm President; RWAC Representative, Vice-President; R. E. Week Committee; Opera; A Capella Choir; Choir Board; Vesper Committee; Sigma Alpha Iota, Songleader. DEVLIN. BARRY Interfraternity Council, President, Secretary; Student Af- fairs- Young Republicans; Alpha Phi Omega; Sigma Zeta; Newman Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon Rush Chairman, Coun- cil Representative, Sergeant at Arms, President; Home- coming Show; Homecoming Committee; Co-Chairman of Campus Chest Dance; Biology Assistantship; Freshman Camp Counselor. DILLINGHAM, BRUCE Student Council Representative; Worship Commission of Religious Life Committee; Alpha Kappa Lambda Vice Pres- ident Scholarship Chairman, Treasurer, House Manager; Interfraternity Council, President; School Photographer; Freshman Camp Committee; Homecoming Committee. DONGOWSKI, MARILYN Student Council; Conant, Secretary; Decaturian, News Edi- tor; Pi Mu Theta; English Department Assistantship. DONOVAN. ANNAMARY Home Economics Club, Vice-President; Newman Club; Little Theater. DRUESSEL. JIM Alpha Kappa Lambda, Secretary, Songleader, Interfra- ternity Council Representative, President; A Capella Choir; Millikin Band; University Chorus; Operas; Decorations Committee; Fine Arts Committee; Student Host of Band Contest; Parents ' Day; Music Scholarship. DUNSCOMB, RICHARD Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, Songleader; Band, Or- chestra, A Capella Choir; Varsity Tennis, Captain; Home- coming Committee; Campus Chest; Parents ' Day; M Club; Homecoming Shows; Buildings and Grounds Com- mittee. EDMUNDS. DAVID Sigma Zeta; German Club; Student Education Association; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Debate; Student Council Social Com- mittee; Parents ' Day Committee; Young Republicans, Dele- gate of Political Convention. ERNST, DAVID " M " Club; Delta Sigma Phi, Pledge Master; Baseball Letterman, Captain. FLECK. KARLA Sophomore and Junior Class Secretary; Student Council, Vice-President, Publicity Committee; I rich Club, Secre tary-Treasurer, President; Newman Club, Secretary-Treas urer, President; Pi Beta Phi, Publicity Chairman, Ru;;h Captain Pledge Supervisor, Convention Delegate, Execu- tive Council, Advisory Council, Outstanding Sophomore Award of Eta Chapter and Iota Province, Social Com- mittee; Operas; Cheerleader, Co-Captain, Captain, Fresh- man Camp Counselor; WAA; Panhellenic Council; Home- coming General Co-Chairman; Homecoming Show Co- Chairman; Pi Mu Theta; Who ' s Who in American Colleger; and Universities; Homecoming Queen; Miss Decatur Press Photographer; McCaslin Scholarship; Miller Scholo- Language Department Assistant; Dance Assistant. FLINT. JAMES P. Student Council, Chairman Constitution Committee; Alpha Tau Omega; Operas; University Chorus; A Capella Choir, President, Choir Manager; Homecoming Show; Milhdek Sports Editor; Homecoming General Co-Chairman, Uni- versity Sing, Master of Ceremonies; Freshman Camp Counselor. GILBERTSON, CELIA University Nurse. GORDY, JACK. Canterbury Club; Delta Tau Delta; Football; Track GOTTLIEB. MARILYN German Club; Athenians; Millikin Independent Association. GREVE. JERRY Upsilon Epsilon Tau, President. GRIMES, BRUCE Basketball, Captain; Baseball; Max Poscover Award; Steagle-Sarran Scholarship; Nolan Scholarship; Art Depart- ment Assistantship; " M " Club; Tower Club. GUSTAFSON. CHUCK Millikin Industrial Society; Freshman Camp Counselor, Chairman of Recreation; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Warden House Manager, Chairman of Homecoming House and Float Decorations; Homecoming Committee; Parents ' Day Committee; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Honor Active. HADLEY. CAROLE Home Economics Club; WAA; Student Education Associa- tion; Zeta Tau Alpha, Social Chairman, Historian-Reporter, House President; Decaturian Circulation Manager; R. L. Week Committee. HAN. JAMES Chemistry Assistantship; Physics Assistantship. HANES. SANDRA Student Education Association, Vice-President; Women ' s Athletic Association, Treasurer, Vice-President, Manager; Delta Delta Delta, Intramural Manager, Treasurer Vice- President, Pledae Trainer; Women ' s Tennis Team; Milhdek Staff- Freshman Camp Recreation Co-Chairman; Student Council Social Committee; Campus Chest; Carnival Co- Chairman; Freshman-Sophomore Games Co-Chairman; Parents ' Day Committee; Pi Mu Theta, Vice-President; Women ' s Physical Education Department Assistantship. HARLIN. JIM Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A Capella Choir; University Chorus. HARTRICK. KEN " M " Club; Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-President; Football; Track, Captain; Joe Catlin Award. HEINLEIN. JUDY Student Education Association; Treasurer; Convention Com- mittee- WAA, Service Commission; Delta Delta Delta, Ser- vice Projects Chairman, Rush Chairman, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, Pledge Activity Award; University Chorus; Speech Contest; Homecoming Show; Student Directory Manager; Publications Board; Milhdek Staff- Homecoming Queen Committee Chairman; Campus Chest Publicity Committee; Junior Panhellenic Council; Panhellenic Council; Parents ' Day Coffee Committee Chair- man; Freshman Camp Counselor. £enioi Activities « 173 » Senior Aciioiiiel HENDRICKS. JERRY Delta Sigma Phi, Chaplain; Business Manager of Town and Gown; Homecoming Decorations Committee; Co-Chair- man of Homecoming Ticket Sales. HOLLER. RONALD Student Education Association; Delta Sigma Phi; Football Manager; Conant Poetry Contest. HUPP. GAIL German Club; Golf. JONES. JILL Education Department Assistantship. KISSEE. HILLIS Track; Xi Nu. KONRAD, JERRY Alpha Epsilon Rho; Newman Club, Vice-President; Delta Sigma Phi, Social Chairman; Student Council Social Com- mittee. LAUERMAN. DAVE Student Council; Pi Kappa Delta, President; La Sociedad Espanola; Alpha Epsilon Rho, President; R. E. Week, Co- Chairman of House and Dorms Committee; Delta Sigma Phi, President, Rush Chairman, Songleader, Convention Delegate; Forensics; Decaturian, Music Editor, Assistant Sports Editor, Sports Editor; Homecoming Dance Com- mittee; Phi Chi Alpha; Who ' s Who; WCIA Award; For- ensics Award; Freshman Camp; Assistantship in Broad- casting Department. LENTS. TONY " M " Club, Vice-President; Delta Sigma Phi, Pledge Class Vice President, Social Chairman; Basketball; Baseball; Student Council Social Committee; Business Office Assist- antship. LUKACS, NANCY Student Council, Secretary; Student Affairs Committee, Secretary; Student Council Constitution Committee; Student Council Social Committee; C.C.I. Convention Delegate; Le Cercle Francais; Conant; Finance Committee; Publicity Committee; International Relations Club; Young Democrats; Student Education Association; R. E. Week Committee; University Chorus; Student-Faculty Retreat Arrangements Committee Chairman; Parents ' Day Co-Chairman; Home- coming Judging and Awards Chairman; Recipient of Wash- ington Semester Award; Who ' s Who; History Department Assistantship; English Department Assistantship; Student Council Elections Committee; Homecoming Show. MCBAIN. KEN Alpha Epsilon Rho, Secretary-Treasurer, Vice-President; Fellowship and Discussion Committee of Religious Life Committee Chairman; Tau Kappa Epsilon, President, Sec- retary, Treasurer, Social Chairman, Songleader; University Chorus; Homecoming Ticket Committee; Homecoming Pa- rade Committee; Parents ' Day; Campus Chest; Broadcast- ing Department Assistant; Interfraternity Council, Treasurer; Freshman Camp Co-Chairman. MCTAGGART. FRED Senior Class Treasurer; Student Council; Student Council Publicity Committee; Conant Society; International Rela- tions Club; Le Cercle Francais; Delta Sigma Phi, Editor; Decaturian, Sports Editor, Assistant Editor, Editor; Millidek, Sports Editor, Copy Editor; Campus Chest Publicity Co- Chairman; R. E. Week Publicity Committee; Homecoming Parade Committee; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Chi Alpha, President; Who ' s Who; Junior Marshall for Commencement; Conant Society Writing Contest Prize; General Motors Scholarship; Scovill Award for English. MYERS. JIM Upsilon Epsilon Tau. NELSON. BOB Delta Sigma Phi, Honor Pledge, Songleader; Phi Mu Alpha, Honor Pledge, Secretary, Alumni Secretary; Opera; Band; Orchestra; Cross Country. ORNDORFF, JOE R. E. Week Committee; Religious Life Committee; Discus- sion Leader; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Activities Chairman; Town and Gown; Phi Mu Alpha; Campus Chest Committee; Homecoming Committee; Freshman Camp Counselor; Intra- murals; Student-Faculty Retreat; Fine Arts. OXLEY. JAN Interfraternity Council; Student Council; Beta Alpha; Alpha Phi Omega; Young Republicans Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Class President, Honor Pledge; Intramurals; Campus Chest Decorating Committee; Freshman Camp Counselor. PARKINSON. NANCY Spanish Club; Tau Chi Pi; Student Education Association; W.A.A. PHARIS. SUSANNA Student-Faculty Retreat; La Sociedad Espanola, President; Conant Society; W.A.A.; Student Education Association; Zeta Tau Alpha, Pledge Scholarship Award, Float Co- Chairman, Ritual Chairman, Corresponding Secretary, Standards Chairman, Service Chairman, Scholarship Chair- man, Zeta of the Month, Pledge Trainer; Library Com- mittee; Fine Arts Committee; Pi Mu Theta; Phi Kappa Phi; Who ' s Who; Library Assistantship. PHENIX. STEVE Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Baseball Manager; Homecoming Show; Young Republicans. PIRTLE. KLONDIS Sophomore, Junior, Senior Class President; Young Repub- licans; Delta Sigma Phi, Alumni Chairman, Social Chair- man, Chapter Editor, Corresponding Secretary, Songleader; Intramurals; A Capella Choir; Chorus; Opera; Fine Arts Head Usher; Publications Board; Business Manager of the Millidek; Campus Chest Committee; Freshman Camp Coun- selor; Homecoming Committee; Homecoming Show; R. E. Week Committee; Millidek Committee; Student Council Com- mittee; Phi Chi Alpha; Business Department Assistantship. PUGSLEY. RICHARD Pi Chi Lambda; Phi Xi Alpha, Vice-President; Dean ' s List; Schmick Scholarship; Phi Mu Alpha, Executive Alumni Secretary, President; A Capella Choir; University Chorus; Operas. QUERREY. CORWIN Spanish Club; Tower Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, Pledge Trainer, Vice-President; Freshman Camp Counselor; Phi Kappa Phi; Scovill Prize; Intramurals; Young Repub- licans; Alpha Phi Omega. RACHFORD. BETSY Student Education Association, Publicity Chairman; W.A.A.; Resident Women ' s Association Council; Religious Service Commission; Delta Delta Delta, Marshall, House President; Handbook Committee; Millidek Staff; Parents ' Day Com- mittee; Freshman Camp Counselor; Dean ' s Office Assistant- ship. REILLY, TOM Beta Alpha; Millikin Industrial Society; Newman Club; Delta Sigma Phi. RICKARD. GLENN Millikin Industrial Society; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Baseball. ROSS. ANNE LOUISE Student Education Association; Millikin Independent Asso- ciation, Executive Secretary, Recording Secretary, Vice- President; University Chorus; Student Council Social Committee. SATTERFIELD, LYNDA Student Education Association; Home Economics Club; W.A.A. ; Zeta Tau Alpha, Rush Chairman, Secretary, Home- coming House Decorations; Panhellenic; Band; Drum Ma- jorette; Orchestra; Ensemble; Intramurals; Student Council Buildings and Grounds Committee. SCHAAR. SHASHANA Phi Kappa Phi. SCHALLER. LEE Student Council Social Committee; Le -Cercle Francais; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Corresponding Secretary; Phi Mu Alpha, Treasurer; Band; A Capella Choir; Orchestra; Dance Review; Homecoming Committee; Parents ' Day Committee; Campus Chest; Building and Grounds Committee; Young Republicans. « 174 » SCHWARZ. DON Student Council; Student Council Financial Committee; Millikin Industrial Society, Corresponding Secretar y; New- man Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Co-House Manager, Grounds Manager, Rush Chairman; Homecoming Show; Homecoming Parade Co-Chairman; Homecoming Co-Chair- man; Campus Chest Jazz Concert Co-Chairman; Intramurals; Freshman Camp Counselor. SHURTLEFF, CHARLES Beta Alpha; Epsilon Tau. SLIDER, R. LEE Upsilon Epsilon Tau. SMITH. CAMILLE WAA; Band; Orchestra; Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary, House President, President; Operas; Panhellenic Council, President; Band Assistant; University Chorus. SMITH, TED Tau Kappa Epsilon; Football; Track; Football Conference All-Star Team; Sports Scholarship. SNELL, WILLIAM Tau Kappa Epsilon; Baseball. SPEAKS, WILLIAM Conant; Tower Club; National Collegiate Players, Secre- tary-Treasurer; Pi Kappa Delta, Monitor; Newman Club, President; Decaturian; Town and Gown; J. Ben Wand Award for excellence in acting; Forensics Competitions. SPRINGER. NORMAN Religious Life Worship Commission, Chairman; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain, Scholarship Chairman; A Capella Choir; Operas; Homecoming Show; Parents ' Day Committee; Re- ligious Emphasis Week Committee; Student Council Social Committee; Fine Arts Committee; Henderson Chemistry Prize; Henderson Scholarship; Assistant in Chemistry De- partment. STIVERS. LINDA Tau Chi Pi, Secretary, President; Beta Alpha; WAA; Alpha Chi Omega, House President, Secretary, Treasurer; Na- tional Secretaries Association Scholarship; Secretarial Science Assistantship. SUTTON, RONALD L. Town and Gown. TANKERSLEY. RALPH La Sociedad Espanola. TAYLOR. TOM Basketball. THOMAS. MEGAN R. WAA- SEA- Religious Life Committee; University Chorus; R W A C. THURSBY. BARBARA JEAN Home Ec. Club, Secretary; WAA; SEA; Delta Delta Delta, Activities, Crescent Fund and Service Projects Chairman, Chaplain; Campus Chest Committees; Homecoming Show; Freshman Camp Counselor. TRYON. ELWOOD CHARLES Delta Sigma Phi, Pledge Vice-President; Football; Golf; Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer. TURNER, BRUCE C. Phi Chi Alpha; Delta Theta Tau Scholarship. TURNER. DONALD E. Tov n and Gown; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; University Choru;:; Forensics Competitions; Wrestling; Acting Award; National Collegiate Players; Pi Beta Kappa. UNZICKER, JANE Sigma Alpha lota, Chaplain, President; WAA; Reliaious Life Sub-Committee; Religious Emphasis Week Co-Chair- man- Religious Life Committee; Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer, Skit Chairman, Songleader, Vice-President; Intramurals; Band; Homecoming Show; Majorette, Captain; Orchestra; Choir- Operas; Opera Board; Freshman Camp Songleader; Student-Faculty Retreat; Fine Arts Committee; Homecoming Queen Candidate; Music Scholarship. VAN AUSDALL. JAN Freshman Class Treasurer; Home Ec. Club; SEA; Conant; WAA; Pi Beta Phi, Secretary, Pledge Supervisor; Home- coming Show; Intramurals; Student Handbook Staff; Par- ents ' Day Committees, General Co-Chairman; Student Council Publicity Committee; Who ' s Who; Pi Mu Theta; S. A. E. Sweetheart; Queen of Hearts. VOLKER, LORETTA Campus Nurse. VLK. DICK Millikin Industrial Society; " M " Club; Religious Emphasis Week Committees; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Warden, Vice- President, President; Football, Co-Captain; S. A. E. Dad s Day Co-Chairman. VON BEHREN, BOB Tau Kappa Epsilon Social Member; Basketball; Assistant in Business Department. WAHL, DAVID Upsilon Epsilon Tau. WALLIN, DICK Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian, Interfraternity Representa- tive; Student Handbook Staff; Campus Chest Committee; Alpha Phi Omega; Young Republicans; Homecoming Show. WARD, CLEO L. WAA; Sigma Alpha Iota, Social Chairman, Sergeant at Arms; Religious Life Worship Committee; Alpha Chi Omega, Songleader, Second Vice-President, Secretary; Operas; University Chorus Soloist; Student Council Social Commit- tee; Sentill Scholarship; Minturn Scholarship; Cox Schol- arship. WARD, JERRY L. Tower Club; Young Republicans; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge President, Social Chairman; Town and Gown; Homecoming Committee; Library Committee; Parents ' Day Committee. WILLIAMS, GEORGIA Student Council; Millidek Committee; SEA; IAHPER; WAA, Secretary, President; Alpha Chi Omega, Warden, Pledge President, Carnation Girl, Second Vice-President; Millidek, Co-Class Editor, Faculty Editor; Homecoming Show; Cam- pus Chest Committee; WAA Blazer winner; Freshman Camp Counselor; Student-Faculty Retreat. ZARCONE. JOHN M. National Collegiate Players, President; Town and Gown; Operas; Forensics Competitions, Forensics Numeral. Menial Ictiuitiel « 175 » CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK, GRADUATES OF 1961 City building, briefly stated, is the program of Decatur ' s Association of Commerce. During your college years you have seen various aspects of this program grow from progressive thinking into construc- tive action. Millikin University and you, her students and graduates, are part of this unfolding program of developing community values. Increasingly, to men and women who have shared the advantages of university living, falls the respon- sibility of helping to build the communities of which you are a part, starting with Decatur, The All- America City. Significant world developments, as well as this task of city building, demand your attention for solution. University men and women, carry forward your job in the city where you are a citizen. Help give the lead- ership which you alone can give. In so doing you reflect the spirit of your alma mater — Millikin University. « 177 » " THE SIGN OF TIMELY SERVICE " Indicates One Stop Banking IS AVAILABLE TO ALL STUDENTS AND UNDERGRADUATES Every banking service is at your disposal. Our officers will be happy to help you with any financial problem. The National Bank of Decatur Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation « 178 » With Over Fifty Years Experience And Over $30,000,000 Assets . . . MUTUAL Has Been Providing Decatur and Central Illinois with Two Vital Services . . . ENCOURAGING THRIFT . . . PROVIDING HOME FINANCING Mutual Home S Savings Association 135 East Main Dial 429-2307 " Knowledge is more than equivalent to force " SAMUEL JOHNSON DAWSON WIKOI I FUNERAL DIRECTORS DECATUR ARGENTA « 179 » Upon Graduation FROM MILLIK11S UNIVERSITY . . . Will you: • MAKE LOTS OF MONEY? • GET MARRIED? • HAVE CHILDREN? If you do, have your pictures made at the JOHN PIPER STUDIO 172 E. NORTH DECATUR, ILLINOIS PHONE 429-5121 Specializing in Quality Photography Compliments of Nicholson, Clark and Co. Bur dick Plumbing and Heating Co. INSURANCE 728 So. Main St. Telephone 429-4365 DECATUR, ILLINOIS 114 N. Water St. Decatur « 180 » MUELLER CO. Prepares for the Future With Expansion The Class of 1961 Prepares for the Future With Education Whether in business or in life careful planning and preparation are necessary for success. Mueller Co., which is expanding to meet the future needs of the water and gas industries, salutes the Millikin graduates of 1961 who are preparing to meet the needs and challenges of the world through education. MUELLER CO., DECATUR, ILL Factories at: Decatur, Chattanooga, Los Angeles; In Canada: Mueller, Limited, Sarnio, Ontar,i The shaded areas show the %b million office and manufacturing buildings which are going up now. « 181 » Congratulations from Compliments of — ( J ' C Ck £ x rt - ■ " ■ " ' ' § HEINKEL " Decatur ' s Largest, Friendliest Store " PACKING CO. Telephone 429-4391 GEORGE S. WALKER, Inc. Congratulations from I lav ■ " ft 1 k n at jt w « k " » rf 1 1 — 1 j v 4 fc -§ s m -» j k X lllillDlIly tlllCl nCallll ; WAGNER CASTINGS GO Phone 429-7175 RAYCRAFT CONGRATULATIONS DRUG CO. v . gj From I s s A r U 0 U S I FURNITURE X " .J Mil ICS. ft J. J. vJj Dm. ? 1LC Featuring .... • Finest of Cosmetics NATIONALLY ADVERTISED • Complete Prescription LINES Service 237 North Main Ph. 429-4923 « 182 » NOW OPEN 11 A.M. TO 1 A.M. SEVEN DAYS A WEEK RUSSELL ' S PIZZA DRIVE-IN SPECIALTIES Pizza of All Kinds Made to Order Call in Advance for Pick-Up Orders Spaghetti Sauce Prepared by Mama Saputo RUSSELL ' S SPECIALIZES IN SPAGHETTI PIZZA Country Boy Sandwiches TRY THEM ALL — THEY ' RE DELICIOUS 1070 West Pershing Road Phone 877-3131 Congratulations, Graduates of 1961 SAVE AS YOU EARN with FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Macon County 155 W. Eldorado Street BROWNIE COAL COMPANY COAL High Grade Coals For Loss Phone 429-5131 840 N. Morgan Decatur, Illinois « 184 » Wherever thirsty people are... Bottled under authority of the Coca-Cola Co. by The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Decatnr ROBY ROBY James E. Roby Verne E. Roby Class of , 43 REALTORS " Complete Line of Real Estate Service " SALES - LOANS INSURANCE - BUILDERS 252 E. Main St. Phone 428-3451 Colonial CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRABS Thanks for the past patronage . . . and hope it will continue in the future WALTER T. AUER FRED S. COX Phone 423-7223 Ph. 423.9127 Ph. 422.0740 Mason Standard Service 1096 W. Main Deeatur, 111. Tires - Batteries - Accessories Complete Motor Tune Up Brake Service Licensed and Insured EICHENAUER ELECTRIC SERVICE Fine Lighting Fixtures - Adequate Wiring SUNBEAM GENERAL ELECTRIC TOASTMASTER G.E. LAMPS (Large Selection) Your Electic Service Center Since 1942 Oakwood Shopping Area Phone 429-4229— Days Night— 429-6402, 877-7543 Service on All Appliances PEERLESS Household Cleaners Decatur ' s Only Exclusive Household Cleaners Rugs, Drapes? Slip Covers, Bed Spreads, Table Cloths, Lamp Shades, Blankets Furniture, Wcdl-to-Wall Carpeting Phone 423-7703 519 N. Monroe St. « 186 » TAKE A BIG STEP TOWARD FINANCIAL SECURITY . . . BANK AND SAVE AT THE MILLIKIN Start saving now . . and add to your savings account regularly for real security. Visit our bank soon. Experience for yourself the helpful, personal service that has been a Millikin Bank tradition for over a century. A COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Savings Accounts Checkmaster Accounts Checking Accounts Bank-by-Mail Sidewalk Teller Windows Complete Loaning Service Safe Deposit Boxes Travelers Checks Free Customer Parking The ILLIKITM ATIONAL of Decatur MBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. s of Service to Decatur and Central Illinois Congratulations from Wishing you every success ill Telephone 429-4201 DAY or NIGHT MO RAN j4nd SPenb N. WATER ST. AT ELDORADO DECATUR .. ILLINOIS There ' s a RIGHT WAY to do EVERYTHING . . . you ' re right when you build with wood •4 Homes of wood are the standard of America . . . and when you check all of wood ' s advantages you ' ll see why. No other building material gives you so much for so little cost . . . beauty . . . economy . . . indi- viduality . . . long life . . all these features are yours in the home you build of wood. We are " old hands " at this business of home building. So let us help you with your plans when you build. 2320 N. Oakland Plenty of FREE Parking Space Ph. 877-5700 FREE DELIVERY SIMS Lumber Co. DECATUR, ILL. « 189 » Compliments HUNTER - POGUE LUMBER CO. 705 V OAKLAND Tel. 428-3487 Compliments of Marion S. Clesson Plumbing and Heating Phone 429-7422 235 S. Main St. Decatur, 111. DECATUR WE SERVE YOU Safety . . . Courtesy Service ( ORIGINAL SPECIALIZED AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND SERVICE Automotive, Carburetor, Electrical, and Speedometer Service, Power Mowers, Magnetos, Gasoline Engines DECATUR - MEDART DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. formerly Decatur Battery Service 343 E. MAIN PHONE 429-2355 imams FOR IMPORTANT CLOTHES Formals Ready -t o-W ear Sportswear Jewelry Millinery 135 E. Prairie Phone 423-3644 Compliments of I M0ML-PAR15 CLEANERS L AUNDERERS 90 » Those bricks are sure hard on a guy ' s feet! Let ' s go blow the whistle! Don ' t you have a clothesbrush? Blow, Gabriel, Blow! But before we announce the trophy winners . . . America as first seen by Columbus. Liberation of the Freshmen! Santa Claus is coming to town. And I thought girls were gossips! Freshman Camp brings out the enthusiasm oi the new students. NOW it ' s my turn . Now, it ' s my turn to earn my place in our community ... in our country. Someone before me h ad his turn . . . someone built the schools I attended . . . someone subscribed to the hospital building fund . . . someone worked on the fund drives for church and charity . . . on Scout committees ... on the thousand and one civic affairs that weave strength and character into this country of ours. Someone ... in fact, many . . . were good citizens before me. Now, it ' s my turn to take up the responsibilities of citizenship. I know I will be a good citizen only if I make up my mind to be . . . that I will reap the rewards of good citizenship only if I invest in them . . . that I and millions like me will determine the kind of community and country we will live in. Strong communities mean a strong Nation. CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO. PHONE 429-5429 730 SO. MAIN DECATUR " For a Job to be W ell Done " EVERYTHING IN ROOFING AND SHEET METAL Industrial Commercial Residential Farm Compliments of SWAIN MYERS SALES CO. DESIGNERS and SUPPLIERS Complete Food Service Equipment and Fixtures for Schools, Restaurants, Institutions, Clubs, and Drug Stores 544-552 N. MAIN ST. 90 YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE Diamonds Watches Oiina Crystal ■ Fashion Jewelry ■ Linens ■ Perfumes ■ Handbags ■ 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 90 Years Merchant at Prairie Phone 423-9781 Decatur, Illinois « 193 » Compliments of BRINTLINGER ' S FUNERAL HOMES 500 West Main St. - Decatur and Cerro Gordo, Illinois BLACK COMPANY SPORTING GOODS 340 North Main 125 East North DECATUR - - ILLINOIS Phone 429-5376 Compliments of if ■ W MAIN AT PRAIRIE WOAKE FASHION HEADQl An 1 tKs BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 0 TOWN AND COLNlRi SHOP Brick and Builders Supplies for sports and casual clothes • THE SALON SHOPS for dresses, coats, and suits 1600 N. Calhoun St. Phone 429-4404 • THE ACCESSORY BAR for smart accessories, lingerie Decatur, Illinois • MILLINERY SALON for the smartest hats in town Compliments of BEATRICE FOODS CO. Meadow Gold Milk and Ice Cream Decatur, Illinois Phone 429-5241 TURNER CLEANERS Phone 428-0851 646 LAhl WUUJ 51. Decatur, Illinois ' Where Dry Cleaning MEANS Something " « 194 » Compliments of THE DECATUR PAPER HOUSE, INC. DECATUR, ILLINOIS " Luck is what happens when Opportunity Meets Preparation. " Leterman-Harper Every facility of this Modern Bank is at your disposal as an assist in your toils. Member: Federal Reserve System • Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. « 196 » FASHIONS for Junior Misses and Tall Girls Decatur ' s Leading Specialty Store Congratulations From Your Alums MONSON FUNERAL HOME 239 W. Prairie Phone 428-4429 SEMMEL ' S LADIES ' READY - TO WEAR 288 N. Park Phone 422-6641 JNeumode cKosiertf Shop Phone 422-1755 117 N. Water St. PHONE 429-5305 •f-louRAns - " I I On THE COMER LORISTS GHEE HOUSES HOTEL ORLANDO 160 South Water Street (at Wood ) Phone 429-5305 253 North Main St. visit the Red House 239 South Oakland 197 just can ' t beat thatA e P " KING-LAR Compliments COMPANY of 2020 E. Olive Phone 429-2323 SWARTZ DECATUR, ILLINOIS RESTAURANT Heating T FNNOX Pooling « 199 » Compliments of SVENDSEN FLORIST Flower Shop and Greenhouse 2702 North Broadway Ph. 877-4767 F. T. D. Quality Service Phone 422-1582 Established 1919 LANDH0LT AUTO REFINISHING PAINTING - TRIMMING Rdnlv and Fpnder ReiMiiring 74o L. rrairie Ave. uecatur, Illinois HFTHT ' S 11 Hi i i a. o GROVE ' S RESTAURANT .f unior ana tf oiiieii For Apparel - Sportswear FINE STEAKS AND CHICKEN DINNERS 335 N. WATER Phon? 877-5064 Decatur, Illinois Routes 51-48-121 Decatur, Illinois LOOKING? See the difference at FLORA JEWELERS Try SUNBEAM " ... and Compare Vow — " Batter Whipped " IT S HEAVENLY BREAD « 203 STUDENTS Are Always Welcome at SOy CAPITOL BIK IVO ' V ' IS l ' me to an or tne uture w ' tn an eeonom y cheeking account. £ T A " DTVT to save for the future with a savings account (free £jJ_Jx J l 1 coin hanks). A lt fi kT T7 than all, just come in and visit with us at 1501 E. W MUlllii Eldorado. DECATUR ' S MOST CONVENIENT BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Ph. 428-7781 Compliments of McMANUS GREENHOUSES Flowers and Corsages For Any Occasion 1106 W. Pershing Road Phone 877-1150 FASHIONS FOR THE HOME DECATUR 329 N. Main Ph. 428-7741 MATTOON Charleston 17th Ave. Ph. Adams 4-746+ « 201 » MILLIKIN ' S COLLEGE SUPPLY STORE Always Has a Complete Line of School Supplies In Addition To New and Used Text Books FOR ALL COLLEGE COURSES We buy your old textbooks COLLEGE SUPPLY STORE For the SMARTEST FEET on campus wear shoes from Sunshine Quality jjj ) Cbekd DAIRY PRODUCTS Sure Sign of Flavor . . . checked and double checked for RAUPP ' S PURITY, QUALITY and FLAVOR 139 NORTH WATER 725 EAST PRAIRIE « 203 » designs and builds homes delightful living .... 1805 S. Franklin St. Decatur, 111. PHONE 428-4601 Best Wishes To 1961 Grads MILLER - O ' NEILL FLOOR COVERINGS and DRAPES Best Wishes for Success from THE NORMAN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY " Better Foods Priced Right 9 ' IN IN SPRINGFIELD DECATUR 709 W. Jefferson 1355 N. Rt. 48 2830 S. MacArthur 2280 E. William Compliments of the HOUSE OF PLENTY KING at MONROE Complete Party Room Facilities For Any Occasion Your Hosts: Steve, Angelo, Jim Ph. 423-9353 MACON MUSIC " Your Musical Department Store " 227 N. Main 234 Marvel-Schebler Products Division BORG-WARNER CORPORATION CONGRATULATIONS 1961 GRADUATES of MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY « 205 » CONGRATULATIONS . . . and best wishes To the Class of 1961 and the staff and students of Millikin University Mutual insurance Company James S. Kemper, Chairman Hathaway G. Kemper, President B. C. Dahlmann, Executive Vice-President Executive Office: 666 NORTH WATER ST. ■ DECATUR, ILLINOIS PHONE 422-8521 " Mac " and " Don CONGRATULATE THE 61 GRADS and ivelcome you to DECATUR ' S FINEST RESTAURANT THE BLUE MILL Since 1927 « 206 » 129-5345 — Telephones — 429-5310 DECATUR WAREHOUSE CO. R. C. Shumate Harry (Skinny) Taylor TRANSFER JVlUVIiMj STORAGE Agents for United Van Lines Licensed, Bonded, Insured Carriers 555 E. Wood St. Deeatur, Illinois for extra-curricular activity . . . browse at SMARTWEAR FOR JUNIORS 147 North Water Street CompHments SCHUDEL ' INC. Decatur ' s Leading Dry Cleaner This and Launderer Since 1910 1961 MILLIDEK Printed by Engravings in the UTTCTAAT 1 A r F r F17 ' l?d fclV HU h 1 UlN -Jr A 1 1 J JtY UrN 1961 MILLIDEK furnished by . . CORPORATION DECATUR, ILLINOIS ■ ENGRAVING 1 mm ELECTROTYW W COMPANY 1 P SPRINCFI ELD, ILL. « 207 » THE MILLIDEK STAFF wishes to acknowledge the cooperation and support of the following individuals who have helped make the 1961 MILLIDEK possible: Larry Wells, Capitol Engraving Company, for his invaluable assistance. Mr. William Kreuger, for his excellent critical assistance. Lynn Hiser, Huston-Patterson Corporation, for his printing advice. John Piper Studio, for the excellent pictures, their complimentary prints, and their co- operation. The Faculty and Student Body, for their sup- port and cooperation. All of our advertisers, whose cooperation made this book possible. « 208 »

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