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1962 MI LLIDEK MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY DECATUR. ILLINOIS Activities . ♦ Organizations Greeks . ♦ . Athletics ♦ . People . ♦ . Advertising . » ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 17 45 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ■ ♦ . . . ♦ 69 93 121 ♦ « ♦ ♦ ♦ 175 Under the able leadership of Presi- dent Paul McKay, Millikin has seen rapid development in recent years. In September women students moved in- to Walker Hall, the new addition to Aston Hall. The interior of Aston was completely remodeled and ready for occupancy during the second semester. A sign of things to come is the Twenty- Year Plan, formally announced in De- cember, which provides for a new fine arts building, a field house, and an athletic field. Other anticipated de- velopments include faculty housing and additional classrooms. « 4 » Endless Education In spite of the many distrac- tions, education is the primary concern of Millikin students. A visitor to the campus would see that knowledge is gained in many, many ways, and that ingenious students can find more places to study! Knowledge through books or discussion ♦ ♦ ♦ . ♦ ♦ to the Lantern Parade and Commencement. « 12 » Immeasurable Friendships As Dean McPeek and Coach Allan prove in the picture at the right, the friendships made during college years are indeed immeasurable! Some will grow and deepen, while others will fade into the past; but all of them will con- tribute to the wonderful memories of Millikin U. Friends come in ♦ ♦ ♦ « 13 » 14 » « 15 » « 17 All aboard! Co-Chairmen Carolyn and Lynn " Many Millikins " was the theme of Fresh- man Camp in 1961 which was held at Allerton Park on September 9 and 10. This annual event, sponsored by the Religious Life Com- mittee, gives all freshmen an opportunity to meet Millikin through their classmates, upper- classmen, and faculty members. The camp schedule included worship, discussion and recreation. At the conclusion of the camp, it was difficult to tell who had the most fun — the freshmen; the counselors; or the co-chair- men, Carolyn Rankin and Lynn Coverstone. « 18 Freshmen play games, . . . move into their new homes. and attend mixers. Rush Week Every year rush week is hectic, tiring, excit- ing, and fun. The 1961 rush week was no ex- ception. Many opportunities were provided for the rushees to meet the actives at evening openhouses, invitationals, and preferentials. Themes added continuity to each organiza- tion ' s rush parties — rushes traveled from Ger- many to Scotland and from dreamland to fairy- land. Songs, refreshments, skits, and conversa- tion made two hours seem like two minutes. The results of the 1961 rush week were suc- cessful, for many friends were made that will last a lifetime and many memories were cre- ated that will last just as long. « 20 » Although the men ' s rush week on Millikin ' s campus is less formal than the women ' s, it accomplished the same purpose. Men have an opportunity to meet each other and decide with whom they wish to be brothers. As you can see from the pictures above, the boys go in for skits and songs and conversation almost as much as the girls do. In addition, there are free meals and football games, handshakes and friendly greetings. All this is preliminary to joining a fraternity, to pledging oneself to brotherhood. « 21 » Parents ' Day September 30, 1961, was Millikin ' s third Parents ' Day. Co-chairman were Barbara Flint and Jim Hoffman. Betty Atchison, Judy Hutton, and Bonnie Brooks served as chairman of the sub-committees. Many activities were planned for the parents — registration and coffee, faculty visits, campus tours, an assembly, and a Stu- dent Council-President ' s Reception in the Uni- versity Center. At the assembly, President Mc- Kay, faculty members and student leaders in- terpreted the nature of Millikin ' s educational curriculum and activities to the parents. The big event of the afternoon was the Big Blue ' s victorious football game with Carthage Col- lege. Co-Chairmen Barb and Jim Student Council-President ' s Reception Parent ' s Day assembly program The Moose family attended the football game in the afternoon. « 23 » The Queen was presented during half-time of the Homecoming Game. Our 1961 Homecoming Queen was pre- sented in Chapel during the Homecoming As- sembly on October 19. The announcement came as a surprise to everyone, and was made earlier than usual to give the queen an op- portunity to reign over the entire weekend. Joann is a history major, and plans to teach in the secondary schools. She has served her sorority as president and 2nd vice-president, has been a member of Pi Mu Theta, Conant Society, Panhellenic Council, S.E.A., Student Council, R.W.A.C., Junior Panhellenic Council, and has served on Campus Chest, Fine Arts, Homecoming, and Parents ' Day committees. Joann is crowned by last year ' s queen, Karla Fleck. « 25 » « 26 » « 27 Alpha Chi Omega ' s " Millikin Mart " . inning House Decorations Tau Kappa Epsilon ' s " Welcome Back Better-Than-Average Type Alums " . While Diane Janssen and Don Arenz, co- chairmen of " Advertising Fun in ' 61 " , were leading Millikm through a swinging week- end of fun, the Big Blue added another win to its undefeated football season by trouncing Lake Forest 47-7. The Freshmen " froggies " again were forced to continue wearing their beanies as a result of losing to the Sophomores in the Frosh.-Soph. games. Friday night, October 20, was the suave homecoming show — a take-off on radio and television advertising. During and after the show the house decoration judges chose Alpha Chi Omega and Tau Kappa Epsilon as the winners in their respective divisions. Saturday morning the Homecoming Parade resulted in Delta Delta Delta and Delta Sigma Phi winning the float contest under a theme of Beat Lake Forest. That same night, Stan Ken- ton played to a full house in the Eisenhower High School Gymnasium. Joann Hartke, Mt. Olive Tri Delt, was the charming and beautiful Homecoming Queen of Millikin ' s 1961 Homecoming festivi- ties. Throughout the entire week, Joann was a sparkling reminder of Millikin ' s new Pro- gressive outlook and spirit. Co-Chairmen Diane and Don. « 31 » Carnival in gym Campus Chest Week « 32 » Co-Chairmen Libby and Al Mr. and Miss Campus Chest ■ 3{ J |« ; ■ ::, - Campus Chest was held February 23-24 this year. Co-chairmen Libby Schweigerdt and Allen Killpatrick worked very hard to raise money to send two Millikin students, Stuart Wil- kerson and Libby Schweigerdt, to ecumenic- al work camps and to make a contribution to WUS. It was decided by the Millikin Student Council that the World University Service do- nation should be designated to La Universidad de San Cristobal de Humanaga in Ayacucho, Peru. This university was founded in 1677, but had been closed from 1886 to 1959. To raise funds for these worthwhile projects, Campus Chest pledges were made by Millikin students and faculty, a carnival was held with each social organization constructing a booth, and the annual Campus Chest dance was held in the University Center. « 33 » Generation without a cause? Student-Faculty Retreat Co-Chairmen Jack and Gary The theme of this year ' s Student-Faculty Retreat was " Generation Without a Cause. " A movie by the same title was shown which raised questions about the purpose of our generation. The movie served as a spring- board, not an authority, for the weekend. Discussion groups and summary panels were the real essence of the retreat. Millikin students and faculty spent two days of brain-storming and idea-clashing deciding whether or not we need or have a cause or multiple causes. No conclusions were reached, but many thought-provoking ideas were presented. « 34 » Millikin ' s foreign students chat with consuls from Chile, France, and Germany. On February 8, International Night speakers came from Chile, France, and Germany. Elaine Miller, a former Millikin student who has traveled and studied in South America, also spoke. Following the speeches, there was a panel discussion on the significance of Berlin, the Peace Corps in Chile, and France ' s future in Algeria. International Night reception. International Night « 35 » F ' i Religious Emphasis Week RE Week Dedication Service A hard-hitting play, The Sign of Jonah, thought-provoking sermons, dis- cussions, personal meditation — all these combined to make Religious Emphasis Week 1962 a stirring and meaningful experience to MU students and faculty. The Sign of Jonah was performed by the dramatic department and asked the question " Who is responsible for man ' s inhumanity to man? " The R. E. Week speaker, Rev. Richard M. Gilbert, presented a series of stimulating sermons on the R. E. Week topic " Is There a Future? " As a culmination to R. E. Week, a dedication service was held Wednesday evening at Westminster Presby- terian Church. « 36 » Personal conference with Rev. Gilbert. Religious Emphasis Week Speaker, Rev. Richard Gilbert. Co-chairmen, Dave Cope and Beth Gage. Town and Gown Drama Town and Gown Drama was very busy producing plays for Millikin ' s theater-going audiences. Julie Haydon, Broadway actress, came to M.U. to star as Olivia in Shakespeare ' s Twelfth Night early in November. In February, Town and Gown produced four one-act plays ranging from a surrealistic drama to a more conventional and highly poetic work of William Saroyan. Spring brought M.U. ' s version of Bus Stop, starring Marilyn LaMarsh and Larry Henry. " Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. « 38 » Fine Arts The performers engaged for the Fine Arts Series were all fine artists in their fields. Eliz- abeth Gigante opened the Series with a piano concert. In November, the Zachary Solov Ballet Ensemble presented ballets not appearing in the repertory of any other company. Julian Bream, guitarist and lutenist, presented a unique program on instruments which had never been presented in a concert in Decatur. A capella singing in the European tradition was heard when the Het Nederlands Kamer- koor Choir came to Millikin. Huston Smith, lecturer on philosophy, was on campus for two days to end the 1961-62 Fine Arts Series. The Zachary Solov Ballet Ensemble Julian Bream, lutenist « 40 » Finian ' s Rainbo w Described as a story of dreams, loves, and elf magic which unfolds with an Irish flair in dance and song, Finian ' s Rainbow was first presented on Broadway in 1947. The light musical comedy was presented March 22, 23, and 24 at Millikin, sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota music fraternities. Billboard Rawkins, the terrible politician Og, a leprechaun, and Sharon, an Irish lass Sharon and Finian, the warm-hearted, enterprising Irishman ' If This Isn ' t Love ' « 42 k University Sing Zeta Tau Alpha, " Our M.U. College Years ' « 43 » « 44 » 1 ORGANIZATIONS « 45 Student Council The Constitution of the Student Council de- fines its purpose as: first, to provide a co- ordination organization for student activity and opinion; second, to carry out the will of the student body within the limits of Stu- dent Council activity; third, to maintain a high standard of student body conduct. Student problems should be taken to the Student Council. Providing communication lines between the administration and the stu- dent body is the most important single function of the Student Council. The Council carries out the will of the stu- dent body through elections, communication between individual students and individual Council members. The Student Council is the model for student conduct. Council members must constantly watch their actions, remember- ing their effect on campus conduct. OFFICERS B. Bray, Vice President; T. Foerster, President; K. Darst, Secretary; J. Staedke, Treasurer. Row 1: P. Smith, B. Weinberg, C. Thompson, J. Hutton, J. Alfeld, B. Brooks. Row 2: J. Bruniga, N. Kelm, T. Foerster, K. Darst, B. Bray, J. Staedke, C. Scott, L. Schweigerdt. Row 3: G. Bowen, D. Parshall, M. Lukins, R. Hollingsworth, V. Ewing, D. Janssen, S. Logan, D. Cope, A. Killpatrick, B. Pechinski. « 46 » he ' s Who Candidates for Who ' s Who are nominated by Student Council, judged by a committee selected by the Dean, and finally approved by the National Headquarters of Who ' s Who. Judging is on the basis of character, citizenship, scholarship, leadership, and responsibility. The students ' names are placed in the annual publication, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities " . kMm Row 1: D. Janssen, S. Skidmore, J. Clough, N. Guy, B. Bray, S. Logan, L. Spaninger, R. Hollingsworth. A chapter of the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi was established at Millikin University in 1949. The national society was founded in 1897, with original chapters at the University of Maine, the University of Tennes- see, and Pennsylvania State University. The primary objective of Phi Kappa Phi is to recog- nize and encourage superior scholarship in all fields of study. The constitution provides that an undergraduate student may be considered for election only if he is in the top five per cent of his class as a senior; and that no more than ten per cent of a class may be elected, Row 1: S. Schaar, B. Duewer, J. Reiners, Dr. O ' Nan, Dr. Max- well, Mrs. McNabb. Row 3: Dr. Brewer, Dr. Gery, V. Cina, Dean Row 2: B. Stoutenborough, J. Billington, P. Major, J. Hartke, J. Steinheimer, C. Rankin, T. F oerster, V. Cina. while less may be chosen if the chapter so decides. Good character is an essential sup- porting attribute to those elected to member- ship. The Millikin chapter of Phi Kappa Phi nomi- nates each year a candidate who competes tor one ot the $2500 fellowships offered by Phi Kappa Phi for the first year of graduate work. Furthermore, the chapter brings to the cam- pus an outstanding scholar, scientist, philo- sopher, or creative artist who addresses the members and their guests. In the recent past, Dr. Harold Urey, the discoverer of heavy hydrogen, and Dr. William Albright, Spence Professor of Semitic Languages at the Johns Hopkins University, have spoken before the Millikin chapter. Row 2: Dr. Gage, Mr. Gaston, B. Bradley, J. Clough, B. Gulick, Dean Smith, Mr. Paine. Dr. Walker. Denns, Mr. Krows, Dean Kerns, Mr. Ploenges, Mr. Sappington. Phi Chi Alpha Phi Chi Alpha is a senior men ' s honorary fraternity with membership based on scho- lastic achievement. Each member must main- tain an overall 3.0 average and have com- pleted sixty-eight academic hours. This year ' s president is Vince Cina. Pi Mu Theta Pi Mu Theta, honorary fraternity for senior women, was founded at Millikin in 1912. Mem- bers are elected on the basis of scholarship, service, and leadership. Several worthwhile service projects are carried out during the year, the most outstanding of which is the awarding of a $100 scholarship each semester to a worthy junior woman. Row I: J. Wolf, J. Reiners, J. Clough, Mrs. Pharis, B. Gulick. Row 2: B. Bradley, C. Wolfe, P. Major, B. Garrett, M. Salisbury, S. Logan, S. Skidmore, M. Hendricks, N. Guy, J. Hartke, A. Dashiell. « 49 » Ta u Chi Pi Tau Chi Pi is an organization open to any student enrolled in a course in secretarial science. The organization aims to train its mem- bers for their future work in the business field. Business and its problems are discussed, and gua- lified people from the Decatur area are asked to speak concern- ing the business world and its future. Row 1: N. Bradley, R. Dechant, C. Roltgen, P. Thompson. Row 2: S. Deeters, M. Novak, Miss Sparks, K. Matthias, K. Lepp. Row 3: B. Webb, M. Hauff, M. Keest, J. Lang, J. Rogers, ]. Zelnick, E. Krause, P. Hoeltgen, R. Yochum, S. Thomason. Alpha Epsilon Rho, national Radio-Tele- vision fraternity, grants charters on campuses where the work in broadcasting is considered to be outstanding. Some students in Alpha Kappa chapter work as staff members at WTVP; others assist with the Telecourse on WCIA; still others work at radio stations; and all are involved with the two-camera closed circuit operation on the campus, where the Alpha Epsilon Rho specific project for the year has been the use of the CU in televised teaching. Assistance with this project has been given by the In- dustrial Engineering department. Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 S. Smith, S. Janvrin. M. Steinbach, T. Skoczek, J. Cochennour, J. Kettelkamp, T. Christianson, D. Noonan, M. Gendry. L. Reitzel, Mrs. McNabb, D. Breedlove, K. Scott, C. Lamont, B. Berg. S. Mumma, J. Williams, L. Henry, R. Craig, L. Neuzel, J. Franklin, T. Boston. I Row 1: M. Allan, P. Finney, M. Miller, K. Kelly, C. Yar- rington. Row 2: G. Davis, N. Boyer. Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta is a national forensic fra- ternity. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate progress in and further the interests of inter-collegiate speech activities. Member- ship is gained by participation in a specified number of speech events. This year Millikin ' s Illinois Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta at- tended several speech meets, and received several high ratings. Conant Society is a literary group open to upperclass students with an interest in litera- ture. Meetings are held once a month on Tues- day evenings. Programs include talks by facul- ty and students, reading, and discussions on literary topics. Row 1: D. Olson, L. Lorenz, S. DeWitt, B. Coffman. Row 2: J. Alfeld, C. Smith, J. Hartke, S. Logan, Dr. Maxwell, E. Krause. Row 3: M. Allan, N. Garwood, N. Guy, R. Hollingsworth, P. Craycroft, C. Farkas, K. Patterson. Student Education Associat ion Since most teachers belong to national, state, and local education associations, it is desir- able that they be oriented to the program of the National Education Association and to the activities of their State Education Association while still attending college. The Millikin Stu- dent Education Association fulfills this need. Its members have opportunity to work with other professional people and to develop lead- ership by such participation. Through the Stu- dent NEA Code of Ethics, standards and pat- terns of conduct are learned by future teach- ers while they are still undergraduates. Row I: F. Mericle, S. Davis, K. Joiner, T. Pharis, B. Johnston, J. Saum, M. Dever, J. Koch. Row 2: B. Under, T. Simons, D. Helm, M. Bailey, L. Cassell, C. Thompson, S. Lindholm, M. Smith. Row 3: L. Chapman, M. Hager, J. Clough, J. Bretz, S. Shrout, S. Sappenfield, M. Hendrix, B. Gulick, S. Skidmore, K. Darst, M. Brown, G. Burry. Row I: S. Janvrin, K. Matthias, M. Clamitz, M. Connors, J. Koch, D. Behrend, K. Darst, M. Krause, E. Buchinger, A. Raduenzel. Row 2: S. Doty, P. Craycroft, S. McWhirter, N. Kelm, H. Ham- mond, J. Edwards, J. McConnell, A. Smock, R. Osth, C. Boice, N. Bendell, P. Cherry, D. Olson, B. Burgis. Row 3: D. Miller. I _ _ ■ Tower Club is sponsored by the Art Department and is under the ower Hub direction of Mr. Klaven. Tower Club sponsors an annual film festival,, which consists of outstanding art films that are surrealistic, realistic, etc. This year ' s Tower Club officers are Co-presidents, Ray Osth and Carol Boice, Secretary — Nancy Kelm, Treasurer — Dona Olson. « 52 » National Collegiate Players National Collegiate Players is a national honorary dramatics fraternity which promotes an appreciation of the drama. It was founded at Millikin in 1957. Row I: How 2: T. Skoczek, M. Steinbach, J. Bean. Dr. Mickel, T. Boston. Home Economics is the field of knowledge and service pri- marily concerned with strengthening family life through edu- cation and research. The Home Economic Club carries on many projects throughout the year. Last fall many hours were spent making aprons which were sold to the faculty and ad- ministration. Some of the monthly meetings this year consisted of visits to the Illinois Power Company, the Sunshine Bakery, St. Mary ' s Hospital, and Quigle ' s Furniture Store. In the spring the Foods Class baked and sold cookies to the Millikin stu- dents. The club also has one philanthropic project each year, which is either a visit to the Children ' s Opportunity Home or Macon Acres. Membership is open to both majors and non- majors. Home Economics Club Row 1: L. Bullard, C. Hollie, P. Bruce. Row 3: A. Dashiell, S. Lefever. Row 2: L. Short, S. Smith, S. Hudson, J. Edwards, L. Ludwig J Row 4: J- Hem. V. Pharis, S. Harrison, K. Butler, M. Galloway, Saum, S. Mattern, K. Patterson. N. Brubaker, C. Meek, L. Butts, M. Clamitz, M. Kemp, P. Kirby, Mrs. Pharis, Mrs. Voelcker. Row I: S. Bradley, B. Gourmel, L. Lor Le Cercle F r a n c a i s Row 2: B. Bauman, P. Han, V. Ewmg. Le Cercle Francais was organized prior to World War I and at that time was affiliated with the Alliance Francaise. Its primary purpose always has been to promote the use of spoken French in informal meetings and to provide programs in French. Going beyond an interest in the French language, the members of Le Cercle Francais are concerned with Euro- pean problems and often have contributed small but tangible gifts to Europe: during World War I, the members " adopted " three French war orphans; during World War II, old clothing was collected and sent to various European countries; and for the last few years, the members have actively helped present an International Night program. Alpha Phi Omega is the largest national fraternity in the United States. More than 300 chapters compose the only national fraternity dedicated to service to the school, com- munity, fraternity, and nation. The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is to assemble college men in the fellowship of Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship, and to promote service to humanity. Alpha Phi Omega performs such service projects as the campus visit of the Red Cross Bloodmobile, ushering, parade directing, Queen ' s Float for Homecoming, Scout camp leadership, and many other things. Although Alpha Phi Omega is not a social fraternity, parties are held for social develop- ment and fun. Eta Epsilon Chapter on the Millikm campus is very active and is growing more popular every semester. a Phi mega Row 1: A. Killpatrick, T. Roberson, J. Usborne, D. Grubb, A. Martin, S. Janvrin, W. Danzer. Row 2: W. Collins, J. Trowbridge, K. Scott, J. Pease, D. Cozad, P. Scott. Row 3: C Flake, R. Harrison, A. Eickstaedt, R. Wing, L. Reich, K. DuBois. Row 1: H. Reichenbach, R. Shively, K. Blair, S. Livesey. Row 2: M. Reichenbach, B. Gourmel, E. Fischer, Mrs. Reichenbach, P. Allen, R. Wing. Row 3: E. Kaufman, W. Heckel, R. Leung. German Club Sigma Zeta The German Club is open to all students enrolled in Ger- man classes at Millikin and all other students interested in the language. It provides an opportunity to learn about the culture of the country and to practice speaking the language outside of the classroom. Sigma Zeta is a national science honorary society whose members represent majors in all the fields of science who have maintained a 3.0 grade point average in their respective cur- riculum. Pi chapter of Sigma Zeta, together with their officers, Vince Cina, president; Darrell Helm, vice-president; and Eliza- beth Schweigerdt, record. -secy. -treas.; have presented numer- ous scientific films for student viewing and have assisted with the Illinois Association of High School Science Teachers con- vention, held in Mankato, Minnesota. Pi chapter sent four representatives to the convention, two of whom presented stu- dent research papers. All in all, Pi chapter of Sigma Zeta at Millikin has attempted to encourage student interest in the sciences. Row 1: E. Schweigerdt, P. Hopp, J. Cattinari. Row 2: B. Compton, Mr. Anderson, M. Salisbury, G. VanLear, T. Foerster, J. Drnec, Mr. Drennan, V. Cina. illikin Band One of the most active musical organizations on campus is the University Band conducted by Dr. Theodore Thorson. Open to all students, the 1961-62 band numbered 66 members with full concert instrumentation. The primary function of the band is to perform the finest in symphonic band literature. In addition to its role as a concert organization, the marching band and pep band appear at football and basketball games. Over and above its University con- cert schedule, the 1961-62 band toured Central and Western Illinois in March, and presented a number of concerts in local schools during the year. « 56 » The Millikin Symphony Orchestra is composed of Millikin students and townspeople, under the di- rection of Mr. Paul Skinner. This year the orchestra combined with the University Chorus for a Christ- mas program; gave its annual concert in February; and played with Norman Lockwcod, contemporary composer who visited the campus, and his choir in a concert of contemporary music. « 57 » Millikin Choir Membership in the University ' s choir is composed of 45 students of which about one- half are majoring in music. The remaining members are from the Liberal Arts or the Business School of the University. Any student may audition for the choir; however, only those who qualify musically and who are able University Chorus The University Chorus meets once a week for a two-hour rehearsal and is largely re- to maintain an adequate academic record are accepted. The choir strives for the highest artistic excellence as it performs representative choral literature of all periods. Each year the choir takes a tour, which in 1962 was to the East coast. The purposes of these tours are to further provide a musical stimulant for singers and to serve as an extension group to the Presbyterian churches from a church-related University. The choir has two long-play records available, both pressed by Columbia. sponsible for two concerts a year, one usually with the University ' s orchestra. The chorus pre- pares major choral works, in which it is aided by the many adults from the community who join it in singing great classical literature. Membership is open to anyone, both stu- dents and community, for credit or non-credit. « 58 » Row 1: A. Soards, C. Schmohe, H. Elam, C. Meek, M. Walker, B. Coflman, C. Allan. Row 2: L. Barckley, B. Downs, P. Hopp, L. Kummer, E. Maxwell. ndent Women s Association The Resident Women ' s Association Council is composed of representatives from each of the women ' s residence halls. This organization has four main purposes: to foster a feeling of unity among the resident women; to provide an organized method of self-expression for the group; to furnish a means for promoting better group living conditions in resident halls; to organize a social program for resident women. FT others 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. Sis Row I: Mrs. Wyrick, Mrs. Lytle, Mrs. Chodat. Row 2: Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Jeff, Mrs. White, Mrs. Noel. « 59 » Religious Life Committee Row 1: S. Logan, V. Ewing, M. Galloway, Mrs. McNabb. Row 2: Dr. Gage, Mr. Skinner, Dean Moore. The Religious Life Committee is in charge of all student religious activities on the Millikin campus. It sponsors the daily Morning Vesper program, the annual Religious Emphasis Week, World University Service giving, the Asian Book Drive, deputation teams to area churches, Friday afternoon discussion groups. This year it initiated the Sunday evening campus fellowship group called the " Seekers. " « 60 » 1 Religious Life Commissions DISCUSSION AND FELLOWSHIP COMMISSION Row 1: L. Jones, R. Hollingsworth. Bow 2: V. Ewing, N. Baldwin, B. Gage, C. Rothe. SERVICE COMMISSION WORSHIP COMMISSION Row 1: A. Michael, B. Linder. Row I: M. Galloway, P. Finney, S. Vogel. Row 2: S. Munsie, B. Gulick. Row 2: J. Gerber, M. Enderli, J. Hawkins, J. Gentala. Publications Photographers The photographers of the various school publications are responsible for both taking and developing all the pictures that are used in the Millidek, the Decaturian, and the Student Handbook. This year Henry Longerich and Bob Jones served as publications photograph- ers. Publications The Publications Board is composed of Dean Byron L. Kerns, the editors, business managers, photographer, and advisors to stu- dent publications. An executive committee responsible to the Student Council, the Publications Board deals with the area of student publications. The Board reviews applicants for publica- tion positions and recommends to the Student Council which applicants are qualified and preferred. Photographers Bob and Henry Row 1: D. Behrend, S. Skidmore, R. Hollingsworth, P. Finney. Row 2: Mr. Redford, B. Stoutenborough, E. Dash, Dean Kerns. « 62 » Claudia Smith, Handbook Editor Chuck Jones, Student Directory Editor Student Handbook The Student Handbook is published dur- ing the summer and is sent to all freshmen and new students. The handbook informs stu- dents of the standards, activities, organizations, and other important aspects of Millikin life. Student Directory The Student-Faculty Directory contains the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all Millikin students and faculty. It is published each year through the Admissions Office. A student is elected editor and manager — he sells advertising and assembles the information on Decatu ria n The Decaturian, Millikin ' s weekly student newspaper, strived to represent the attitudes of, as well as inform, instruct and entertain, the Millikin family. Under the supervision of Co-Editors Rita Hollingsworth and Pat Finney, Adviser Jerry Redford, and Business Manager Bill Stouten- borough, the " Dec " became a crusading news- paper. Attempting to mold student opinion and action, the " Dec " called for an end to apathy, better channels of communication at MU, im- proved relationships between students, faculty and administration, a more active Student Council, and a de-emphasis on " activitism. " The newspaper expanded to promote cre- ativity and interest in world affairs. Valuable assistance was given by Carol Allan, feature editor; Karen Lepp, news editor; Mike Waller, sports editor; Judi Gibbons, circu- lation editor; Carol Farkas, proof editor; Karen Schroeder and Jim Tolly, lay-out editors. Co-Editors Rita Hollingsworth and Pat Finney Row 1: J. Gibbons, K. Mathias, K. Schroeder, K. Roots, K. Tyson, K. Lepp, S. DeWitt, C. Allan. Row 2: J. Rogers, J. Fitch, B. Downs, M. Allan, C. Farkas, L. Reitzel, J. Beadles, F. Stein, J. Smith, T. Buckner, R. Haynes, I. Tolly. Millsdek In our opening section we have tried to show the unlimited possibilities for expansion, education, activities, and friendships that are found on our campus. We hope that this sec- tion will serve to record as many memories for you as they do for us. We wish to thank our faculty advisor, Dr. Hillger, and the willing workers on our staff this year. Sherry Skidmore and Diane Behrend, Co-Editors Ernie Dash, Business Manager « 66 » ■ !%. 1 z f§ ? Kay Darst, Opening Section Judie Hehmeyer. Copy Editor Sheila Shrout, Larry Hoffman, Linda Cassell Greek Section and Senior Activities Carolyn Roltgen, Leith Lorenz, Barb Linder, Cindy Schmohe, Margot Brown, Faculty Section Sarah Gillogly, Martha Orr, Production Staff Judy Lacey, Lois Wilcox, Jane Poynter, Jean Coffey, Typists Carla Harrison, Phyllis Hopp, Organizations Section Loreta Cearlock, Jim Harris, Sports Section Nancy Dehner, Julie Vernon, Bonnie Brooks, Class Informals « 67 » That Wonderful Year 1961-1962 was just that for Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega. Our 19 new pledges brought much spirit and enthusiasm into the chapter. Homecoming brought hard work, but our efforts were rewarded with the first place trophy for Women ' s House Decorations. Mary- Ian Hubbard and Jo Saum were co-chairmen. At Christmas time we held our annual party for underprivileged children. The young guests enjoyed songs, games, gifts, and refreshments. In March, Sharon Mattern was chosen " Miss Outdoors " at the Sportsorama. " Activity-wise " on campus were the follow- ing girls: Diane Behrend served her second year as co-editor of the Millidek; Sharon Sap- penfield was President of Panhellenic Council; Jeanne Reiners was Secretary of Sigma Alpha Iota; Judy Bretz was Secretary of W. A. A. and co-chairman of Student Activity Night; Marie Calloway was a member of the Religious Life Committee; Bonnie Brooks and Judy Bretz were co-chairmen of the Sweetheart Dance; and Carol Boice was co-president of Tower Club. Members of Pi Mu Theta were Jan Clough, President; and Jeanne Reiners, Vice-President. Jan and Jeanne were also elected to Phi Kappa Phi and Jan to Who ' s Who. Class offices held by Alpha Chi ' s were Freshman Vice-President, Judee Crowhurst; Secretary, Mary Lou Hauff; Treasurer, Marthe Howell; Senior Secretary, Norma Kelly; Treas- urer, Marie Galloway. Our appreciation for their help during this year goes to our housemother, " Mom D. " ; Mrs. James Hazelrigg and Mrs. Richard Deckert, Chapter Advisors; and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald SheUon, Faculty Advisors. Row 2: J. Howanic, B. Linder, B. Brooks, S. Shrout, J. Bretz, M. Schneller, J. Koch, S. Sappenfield, P. Norton, I. Hawkins, S. Davis, J. Hulburt, L. Winmgs, S. Vaughn, S. Filitti, S. Mattern, S. Smith. Row 3: J. Crowhurst, W. DeVos, M. Orr, M. Howell, K. Tyson, M. Hauff, D. Van, I. Bunce, I. Poynter, B. Cook, B. Thomas, S. Thompson, J. Coffey, A. Michael. i 71 s ■ The 1961-62 school year brought many honors and varied activities to all the Deltas. The year began by pledging sixteen lovely young women. Millikin Tri Deltas Janet Steinheimer and Loreta Cearlock were chosen as varsity cheer- leaders and Joann Alf eld as an alternate cheer- leader. Carolyn Rankin served as Freshman Camp co-chairman. Jean Gerber was chosen to serve on the Student-Faculty University Center Board. Junior class officers elected in the fall were Carolyn Rankin, Vice President- Carolyn Roltgen, Treasurer; Janet Steinheimer, Secretary. Joann Alfeld was elected Secretary of the Sophomore class. Pat Hoeltgen served as Secretary of the Freshman class. Homecoming brought two trophies to the Tri Delta House. President Joann Hartke Row 2: R. Hauser, L. Provow, B. Atchison, J. Steinheimer, C. Roltgen, D. Olson, L. Musso, J. Vernon, C. Gerhardt, C. Rankin, S. Munsie, L. Cassell, L. Cearlock, S. Lutz. reigned as Homecoming Queen over all the week end activities. Tri Deltas won first place in the women ' s Float Division for the second consecutive year with their float " Chop Down Lake Forest. " Alice Dashiell served as president of the Home Economics Club and Linda Short served as vice president. Betty Atchison was crowned Campus Chest Queen at the dance climaxing Religious Emphasis week. Jackie Bean starred with Broadway actress Julie Haydon in Shake- speare ' s TWELFTH NIGHT. The sincerest appreciation of all the Tri Deltas go to our gracious housemother, Mrs. P. G. Picknell, and to our faculty advisors, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Krows, and to our chapter ad- visor, Mrs. Velma Redlich. Row 3: M. Robinson, D. Hill, C. Karowsky, S. Olson, L. Brun- inga, K. Goltz, S. Snider, V. Nelson, S. Frahm, S. Lindholm, P. Grove, P. Hoeltgen, K. Roots, K. Matthias, L. Richie, J. Lacey. Ending their fiftieth year on Millikin ' s cam- pus, the Illinois Eta chapter of Pi Beta Phi had a most successful year. Returning to our newly redecorated house in September was a joy and a real inspiration for our week of r ush during which twenty young women were pledged to the wine and silver blue. On campus the Pi Phis were busy as usual. Beverly Bray served as vice-president of Stu- dent Council and as co-captain of the Big Blue cheerleaders. Darlene Heit, Judy Hutton, Judy Kay Powel, and Barbara Carlin were elected to the squad. Nancy Guy, Pat Major, and Sherry Skid- more were initiated into Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Mu Theta. Beverly Bray, Nancy Guy, Pat Major, and Sherry Skidmore were elected to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. Nancy Guy was a member of the Religious Row 3: B. Lenz, S. Klingler, B. Gage, P. Morrow, L. Staedke, K. Joiner, N. McClelland, P. Hamman, J Hutton, M. Swan- son, P. Watson, M. Brown, B. Flint, L. Richardson. Life Committee. Barbara Flint served as co- chairman of Parents ' Day, and Beth Gage was co-chairman of Religious Emphasis Week. Claudia Smith was editor of the Student Hand- book; Sherry Skidmore served as co-editor of the Millidek. Rosalind Cordts was busy telling the campus and the community about her sum- mer in Europe as a Campus Chest work-camp scholarship recipient. Judy Hutton was chosen " Queen of Hearts " at the annual Sweetheart Dance. A Christmas caroling party and a date din- ner highlighted the Christmas season. With the spring came a formal and dinner at the De- catur Country Club. Our new housemother, Mrs. Cottle, brought a " home-like " atmosphere to the Pi Phi House. We wish to thank Mrs. Cottle, our faculty ad- visors, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gery, and our chap- ter advisor, Mrs. James McKinney, for their help and encouragement this year. Row 4: P. Lawler, R. Schlotzhauer, D. Heit, B. Carlin, C. Wil- son, J. Goold, L Downs, L. Wilcox, M. Suter, R. Smith, N. Cope, B. Clarke, S. Gillogly, J. Powel. « 75 s I Saddened by the sudden death of our sorority sister, Lynda Satterfield, the Zetas re- turned to the busy college life challenged to excel in chapter and campus activities. The year started off right in the class officer elections when Vicki Ewing was elected Vice- President and Pat Finney was elected Treas- urer of the Sophomore Class. Tori Pharis served as Vice-President of the Senior Class. Homecoming was hectic but successful with Diane Janssen as co-chairman. 1962 is a special year for the local chapter because Zeta Tau Alpha celebrated its 50th anniversary at Millikin. The Zetas kept busy with many positions of leadership this year. Vicki Ewing and Sue Logan were appointed members of the Relig- ious Life Committee; Pat Finney was elected Co-Editor of the Decaturian and chairman of Row 2: B. Johnston, B. Gardner, C. Nulf, K. Patterson, C. Har- rison, C. Farkas, V. Phans, J. Cochennour, C. Hollie, S. McWhirter, V. Ewing, P. Craycroft, N. Stewart, B. Boyer, M. Dever, J. Gentala. Student Activities Night; Sue Logan served as President of Conant and Carole Hollie as Sec- retary of Home Economics Club. Zetas holding offices in W. A. A. were Carole Hollie, President; Sue McWhirter, Sec- retary; and Beryle Gardner, Treasurer. Jamene Cattinari was elected to Sigma Zeta and served as Treasurer of Panhellenic Council. Georgiann Martin was President of Junior Panhellenic Council. Sue Logan and Jamene Cattinari were chosen for Pi Mu Theta. Libby Spaninger, Diane Janssen and Sue Logan were elected to Who ' s Who. Sue was also initiated into Phi Kappa Phi. Most deserving of our thanks this year are our housemother, Mrs. Houghton; our chapter advisor, Mrs. Dwight Nelson; and our faculty advisors, Dr. and Mrs. Oren McClure, and Dr. and Mrs. Ted Thorson. Row 3: L. Gardner, P. Finney, J. Williams, S. Norton, T. Skoczek, M. Jordan, M. McClure, L. Jones, J. Zelnick, C. Chapman, M. Henderson, G. Martin, J. Fitch, D. Hunt, M. Faser, B. Bauman. 77 Alpha Kappa Lambda Row Is C. Jones, D. Parshall, W. Bailey, R. Frystak, R. Wall. Officers: Norman Boyer, David Taylor, Lynn Coverstone, John Franklin, You lead, and I ' ll trump. Saturday night fun with the boys. This past year at the AKL house has been very outstanding. When the actives returned in September for Rush Week, they were suc- cessful in acquiring a good group of pledges. As usual, during Homecoming Week, the AKL ' s barely finished their house decoration and float. They had a good time anyway. The Alpha Kappa Lambda house certainly was noisy the nights they had their annual Toga Party, Go to Hell with AKL, and other fraternity dances. The year came to a rousing close with second annual AKL Olympics Day Row 2: D. Taylor, G. Dunham, K. Grenier, J. Franklin, B. Ford, R. Larson, J. Trueblood. which ended with an all-school dance. The usual shower was given to those " lucky " brothers who were pinned or engaged this year. The AKL ' s continued to take part in cam- pus committees and organizations. They also honored their retiring faculty advisor, Dean Ploenges. With increased participation in uni- versity activities and a growing national fra- ternity, it can truly be said that " AKL is on the move. " Row 3: R. lostes, B. Cushing, K. Kimmel, L. Leonard, M. Dun- can, N. Boyer, J. Kaylor. « 79 » I Delta Sigma Delta Sigma Phi — The Fraternity of Engi- neered Leadership — has spent the 1961-62 school year in its traditionally successful fash- ion. Comprised of leaders in education, ath- letics, and social activities, we of Delta Sigma Phi continue to grow under the guidance of sincere brotherhood. With a definite program to stimulate and promote scholarship, we find that we have time to enjoy the opportunities afforded by a college education. Five Delta Sig ' s were elected to " Who ' s Who " this past year. They are Jim Hoffman, Bill Stoutenborough, Vince Cina, Jerry Domescik, and Jack Billington. Delta Sig ' s also captain a large majority of the athletic teams of Millikin University, with AU- American halfback Jerry Domescik in football, Steve Hengst in basketball, Del Rutz in base- ball, Jim Talbert in tennis, Jim Williams in golf, and Bruce Vanderwater in wrestling. Socially, we of Delta Sigma Phi enjoyed a winter Pledge Dance, our annual Carnation Ball, and the ever-popular Sailor ' s Ball. In addition, we gathered many times " just for fun " on hay-rides, house parties, receptions, and seasonal parties. Under the philosophy that Delta Sigma Phi helps us to realize the real value of college life, we strive — as a fraternity — to become better men. Officers: Dennis Bunting, Bill Stoutenborough, Jim Talbert, Robert Lurkins Row I: K. Newcomb, M. Petersen, D. Blue, B. Young, B. Ben- nett, L. Reitzel. Row 2: D. Burk, T. Ashman, S. Helm, D. Martin, D. Hayton, F. Krietemeyer, R. Jones. Row I: D. Upper, D. Hazelrigg, R. Lurkins, L. Rule, B. Stouten- borough, J. Talbert, D. Bunting, J. Freeman, B. Martin, V. Cushing, B. Young, J. Williams. Row 2: R. Schmitz, M. Waller, D. Bell, D. Farris, J. Domescik, D. Brobst, D. Rutz, S. Mumma, B. Ames, B. Abene, J. Hoff- man, ]. Billington, D. Wulf, F. Seman, M. Lents, K. Giffhorn, R. Rogers. Row 3: G. Workman, D. Walker, D. Peel, J. Barry, R. Radliff, D. Enslow, J. Bertsche, S. Hengst, V. Cina, R. Koch, C. Siebel, G. Brooks, J. Bader, A. Ritz, L. Neuzel, M. Lukens, L. Reitzel. Sigma Alpha Eps i Ion In order to develop intellectual achieve- ment, provide strong leadership, and to active- ly promote a true spirit of brotherhood, the Illinois Delta chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon started the new school year with an excellent pledge class of twenty-five men. The house itself was prepared for the year by the mem- bers of the Minerva Club who refurnished much of the house. Thus, with a fine pledge class and a redecorated house, SAE tackled the new year. Among the leaders on campus, SAE con- tributed Don Arenz, vice-president, who was co-chairman of Homecoming for 1961. In the Student Council, John Staedke was elected to the office of treasurer. Still on the money front, Ernie Dash served as Business Manager of the Millidek. Elected to " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities " was Ryan Jorstad who was co-captain of the 1961 undefeated Big Blue football team. In golf, Jim Smith swung his way to captain. The undefeated cross-country squad was co-captained by John Staedke, and Bob Armstrong was co-captain of the wrestling team. Rounding out SAE ' s list of athletic captains was Larry Frus, co-captain of the track team. E. M. (Turk) Edwards resigned as chap- ter advisor after thirteen years of faithful serv- ice. Stepping into his shoes was Ray (Bud) Downey. Dr. M. Hillger was again faculty ad- Officers: George Wesoloski, Don Arenz, Pete Wincup, Roy Osth 1 Row 1: D. Garver, F. Cycholl, P. Wincup, Mom " B, " J. May D. Keller, F. Begeman. Row 2: B. Zikmund, D. Troemper, R. Paquette, R. Bumgardner Row 1: K. Becker, H. Lee, M. Thompson, D. Riggle, J. Kolb, B Keiss, T. Heffernan. Row 2: L. Hoffman, B. Armstrong, R. Osth, R. Jorstad, Mrs Brinkhoff, G. Wesoloski, D. Arenz, C. Thies, D. Siweck. Row 3: R. Haynes, J. Bayless, J. Humphrey, J. Smith, J. Chlum- sky, R. Schmidt, E. Constance, J. Hughes, B. Newbold, J T. McCawley, B. Taylor, F. Nejdl, J. Trimmer. Row 3: J. Brissenden, J. Pfotenhauer, S. Polleck, B. Madigan, P. Staley, B. Shuttle, S. McCluggage, M. Skirha, J. Downs. Hendrian, J. Imming, P. Wincup, M. Hanes, J. Staedke, B. Pappas. Row 4: D. Hale, T. Cooper, B. Hughes, L. Frus, J. Hohe nbary, E. Folkers, D. Rothe, B. Gendry, J. Andrews, B. Davidson, D. Schawitsch, J. Winholtz, F. Cycholl, J. Mades. Ta u Kappa Epsilon In 1961-62, as in the past, the Men of Tau Kappa Epsilon were active in school affairs. Tom Foerster served as President of the Stu- dent Council; Teke Dave Cope was selected as Co-chairman of Religious Emphasis Week and as President of the junior class; Henry Longerich was Publications Photographer; John Ragsdale was elected Vice President of the freshmen class; and Tekes Jim Harris and Ron Steinberg were elected as class representatives to the Student Council. During the fall the Tekes excelled socially and scholastically. Such dances as the " Her- vest Hop " , " Pilgrim ' s Peagle " , and " Fraternity Fling " were attended with enthusiasm and were described as " cool " . In the field of scholarship, the Tekes won the IFC Scholar- ship Trophy for the second consecutive se- mester. And, with Yogi Bear supporting the theme, the Tekes retired the Homecoming House ' Decorations Trophy by winning it for the third year in a row. Spring Semester, the Tekes continued to work for Millikm and for their fraternity. After completing pledge requirements 24 men were initiated into the chapter, bringing the total strength to 86 men. Then, the Tekes won the coveted Campus Chest Award for raising the most money in the annual drive, and Teke_ Bill Severino was chosen " Mr. Campus Chest " . In the state-wide Tau Kappa Epsilon basketball tournament, the Millikm Tekes arabbed first place in the 12 team competition. To do so they defeated strong fraternity squads from Eureka, Knox, NIU, and Wesleyan. Big Blue Varsities were aided by Tekes all year Four men played football for Millikin, including All CCI and All NAIA star Bill Severino. Eight Tekes suited up for basketball, including two starters. Three Tekes were varsity wrestlers. Another half-dozen men made the track squad. However, as always, the high point of every spring is University Sing. For the second time in three years the Tekes were victorious in the event. Socially the year was climaxed by the Festival of the Red Carnation and the Spring Formal. Also, there were numerous exchanges, house dances, and outdoor blasts. Two men served as President during the school year. Denny Crowell led the men throughout the first semester, and Jack Beadles finished out the year. These men had the close co-operation and support of their charming and gracious housemother, Mrs. Gloria Graham; and Teke cook, " Grandma Sloan " , who finished her fifteenth year in her position. m Officers: Bill Haywood, Garry Davis, Dennis Crowell, Henry Longerich Row 1: D. Heiss, J. Keyes, D. Park, J. Punis, Mrs. Graham, G. Davis, D. Preston, J. Mitchell, L. Rodney. Row 2: J. Butt, V. Sloan, S. Newell, R. Swolley, A. Smock, J. McFadden, J. Brockway, B. Bowen, R. Amato, B. Knutson, T. Grenias, J. Hopkins, B. Hawkins, D. Cope. Row 1: H. Russell, D. Clausing, D. Ryan, J. Amato, K. Steffan, V. Fitch. Row 2: B. Burgis, T. Blackley, B. Haywood, D. Crowell, Mrs. Graham, G. Davis, T. Simons, H. Longerich, R. Steinberg. Row 3: T. Wehr, P. Allen, D. Cope, B. Wedeles, B. Byrkit, S. Clover, C. Winings, J. Harris, A. Raduenzel, J. Keeley, S. Row 3: R. Richardson, J Thompson, P. Rosenquist, J. McCon- nell, B. Jones, N. Bristow, N. King, H. Hayward, G. Ander- son, T. Robinson, A. Demange, N. Bendell, ]. Otto, T. Schindler. Johnson, S. Wilkerson, J. Hanson, D. Callaghan, B. Weber, H. Klebe, Row 4: B. Lyman, B. Carnahan, B. Posegate, G. Gilleland, D. Van Harn, B. Smith, J. Beadles, D. Waters, B. Jones, R. Stupp, B. Ritter, J. Polacek, D. Herzberger, M. Hager, T. Foerster, B. Severino. Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota, women ' s professional music fraternity, encourages musicianship on the campus, in the community, and through- out the world. Membership in the fraternity is based on musical and academic excellence. Nu Chapter this year had 30 members. Mrs. Elinor Gage was our faculty advisor. Sigma Alpha Iota sponsors many worth- while activities, both on and off campus. This year, SAI and Phi Mu Alpha co-sponsored the Broadway musical Finian ' s Rainbow, which was held March 22, 23, and 24; the annual University Sing April 6 and 7; and the Lantern Parade in honor of the graduating seniors. MB Row 1: J. Reiners, C. Morrill, B. Bradley. Row 2: M. Chaney, M. Hastings. Row 1: W. DeVos, J. Gentala, K. Newcome, R. Hauser, J. Pass, G. Knobloch, M. Nein. Row 2: D. Janssen, S. Vogel, M. Schneller, J. Kettelkamp, B. Bradley, E. Maxwell, J. Sydlowski, R. Eckert, M. Hastings Row 3: B. Brooks, G. McConnaughay, R. Buttel, B. Garrett, C. Wessler, C. Harrison, C. Morrill, J. Reiners, B. Barrow, F. Cheng, M. Chaney, M. Howell. « 86 » Row 1: F. Contrems, J. Foster, T. Blackley, J. Pedigo, N. Bald- win, N. Boyer, G. Messerly, B. Shepherd, J. Hendricks, J. Briscuso. Row 2: J. Trowbridge, P. Iocca, H. Hayden, B. Webb, J. Us- borne, F. Coleman, G. Anderson, J. Sutton, B. Byrkit, S. Malinson, T. Roberson, G. Moore, R. Clayton, R. Steinberg. Row 3: M. Borens, D. Workman, M. Armistead, G. Haist, L. Martin, B. Williams, F. Platiner, J. Walker, R. Harrison, B. Oman, C. Mills, M. Hanes. Phi Mu Alpha OFFICERS 1961-1962 President Franklin G. Coleman Vice President Roger N. Davenport Secretaries Harrold Hayden, Steve Mallinson, Jim Walker Faculty Advisor Wesley H. Snyder Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national men ' s music fraternity open to any student interested in music. The fraternity aims to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit, and to promote loyalty to the alma mater. Founded in 1929, Beta Theta Chapter now has forty members and ten pledges. It is recognized for its men ' s chorus, The Sinfonians, directed by Milton Borens. In addition to the annual fall concert, this year the chorus presented eight concerts on a three day tour of central Illinois. The twenty-eight voice group also made a long-play Delta record. The chapter ' s Brass Choir also made numerous appearances this year. Phi Mu Alpha co-sponsored the University Sing, and the annual spring musical, this year, Finian ' s Rainbow. Revenues from the musical were added to a scholarship fund established last year, from which Sinfonia gives an annual $100 award to a new music student. At the annual province workshop, held this year at Millikin, Beta Theta was awarded the Charles E. Lutton Award as outstanding among the twelve chapters in the province. illikin Independents In March 1962, the Millikin Independent Association was officially disbanded. At that time a group of unaffiliated students met to discuss the formation of a new association. It was then decided that a new group would be formed to be known as the Independent Stu- dent Association, whose function woul d be to provide social, governmental, and educational opportunities for all independent students on the Millikin campus. Upon matriculation, all students hold membership in this association and will continue to hold it until that time when they desire and obtain affiliation with a Greek social organization. Neither attendance at meetings nor active support are required of members of this loosely structured association which is directed by an Executive Board that consists of independent representatives to Stu- dent Council. The Chairman of the Executive Board is Rita Hollingsworth. During its first month of existence, the ISA held its first social function — an all school " Jam Session " . It is the hope of ISA to successfully provide an op- portunity for all students to participate in activities at Millikin and thereby strengthen the Millikin family. Nurses This group of nurses from Decatur and Macon County Hospital are closely affiliated with Millikin. The girls are working on a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, and take one year of their work at Millikin. They also come to our campus for laboratory study. The nurses participated in our Homecoming this year by entering a float in the parade. The appropriate theme was " Suture ' em " , and depicted an operation on a Lake Forest football player. Row 1: J. Logan, P. Stroyeck, C. Hendiix, J. Stutz, L. Eyre, J. Maue. Row 2: C. Shoger, S. Knox, S. Engleman, V. Galbreath, S. Hockett, M. Curtis. Row 3: T. Sage, J. Kellar, A. Kempshaw, K. Gettinger, L. Crossman. Interf raternity Council Bow 1- K Steffan R Frystak, J. Beadles, J. Staedke, S. Mumma Row 2: I Kolb ' P. Wincup, J. Talbert, B. Stoutenborough, Dean Kerns, L. Coverstone. Interfraternity Council is composed of the faculty advisor, the president, and two other representatives from each men ' s social fra- ternity on campus. The council administers fraternity rush week and men ' s intramural rules. It also determines fraternity relations with the university, the public, and each other. Each year the council holds a dance, which this year was in the University Center. « 90 » Row li Row 2: Row 3; J. Bretz, B. Brooks. S. Logan, S. Sappenfield, J. Cattineri. C. Farkas, N. McClelland. Panhellenic Council The Millikin Panhellenic Council is com- posed of three representatives — the president, the rush chairman, and a Panhellenic dele- gate — from each Greek organization. The Dean of Women is the advisor for the group. The council has legislative power only in for- mulating rush rules. However, it discusses problems of mutual interest and suggests policies to be adopted by each organization. Sharon Sappenfield served as president this year. Junior Panhellenic Council Junior Panhellenic is composed of the pledge class president, social chairman, and Junior Panhellenic representative of each social organization. This year Junior Panhellenic members organized the annual Panhellenic dance. The group also held an Easter egg hunt for the children of the faculty and administra- tion. Georgiann Martin served as president this year. Row 1: B. Lenz, J. Crowhurst, G. Martin, S. Lindholm. Row 2: C. Wilson, L. Downs, S. Norton, K. Matthias, C. Karowsky, D. Van, M. Hauff. ATHLETICS I I « 93 » Our six cheerleaders and two alter- nates are elected in the fall by the entire student body after an assembly at which each candidate leads cheers. The main duties of the girls through- out the year are to lead cheers at all football and basketball games, to build enthusiasm for Homecoming, and to go to Freshman Camp to teach pep songs and cheers to the new students. The girls add pep to the Homecoming Parade. J. Powel, L. Cearlock J. Alfeld J. Steinheimer, D. Heit B. Carlin J. Hutton, B. Bray Cheerleaders Coaches Ralph Allan In fifteen seasons at Millikin, Athletic Di- rector and Head Basketball Coach Ralph Allan has had the distinction of taking two Big Blue teams to the NAIA small-college tournament in Kansas City. In 1951, Allan ' s team was runner-up in the tournament. Along with guid- ing the Big Blue to five College Conference of Illinois championships, Coach Allan has re- corded 206 victories at Millikin as basketball mentor. In addition, Coach Allan serves as head cross-country and tennis coach. A star halfback for Millikin in his college days, Don Shroyer led the Big Blue gridders to an undefeated 8-0 record and their first College Conference of Illinois championship in 19 years. An advocate of desire and rigid training, Coach Shroyer also serves as head track coach. In his third year on the Millikin coaching staff, Coach Chuck Ross led the Millikin base- ball team to the College Conference of Illinois title. Ross, a former professional boxer, also proved instrumental in football, serving the Blue as assistant coach. In addition, Ross coached the Millikin wrestling team. Don Shroyer Chuck Ross « 95 » Row 1: S. Hengst, D. Enslow, L. Chapman, I. Hoffman, L. Rule, D. Bunting, D. Farris. Row 2: D. Walker, M. Constance, D. Bell, K. Spitzer, J. Bader, J. Staedke, V. Gurley. Row 3: J. Polacek, R. Schmitz, R. Lunn, A. Domescik, T. Simons, B. Armstrong, C. Thies. " M " Club The " M " Club is an organization of all var- sity lettermen. One of the primary activities of the group is selling used books at the be- ginning of each semester. 1962 " M " Man The Millidek has chosen Jerry Domescik, senior from Auburn, Illinois, as the 1962 " M " Man. The award is based on athletic ability, scholarship, sportsmanship, and extracurricular activities. Jerry, co-captain of this year ' s champion- ship football team, was awarded the N.A.I. A. scoring championship by scoring 120 points, and was placed on the N.A.I. A. first team and the All Conference Team. He has also played baseball for four years at Millikin. During his four years at Millikin, Jerry has been president of his Sophomore and Junior Classes, was elected to Who ' s Who, served as president of Interfraternity Council, and was a Freshman Camp Counselor and a mem- ber of Sigma Zeta. His major is biology and he will enter Vanderbilt Medical College next year for graduate work. Row 4: B. Vanderwater, D. Gulick, T. Cooper, M. DeHe- sus, D. Siweck, D. Keller, J. Ragsdale. Row 5: E. DeWerff, L. McCrary, G. Gilleland, A.Raduen- zel, B. Stoutenborough, J. Billington, D. Schwartz. Row 6: R. Schmohe, B. Bennett, B. Severino, T. Ashman. 96 Row 1: K. Spitzer, M. Cannon, L. Barry. Row 2: R. Henke, J. Bader, J. Staedke, J. Polacek, Coach Allan. Cross-Country Following right along with Coach Shroyer and his football team, Coach Ralph Allan guided another team to a conference champi- onship. This was won by the Big Blue Cross- country team. John Staedke was re-elected as captain. With the backing of such runners as Larry Barry, Ken Spitzer, and John Polacek, who placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd respectively in the conference meet, Millikin carried away the trophy. Captain John Staedke « 97 » Squeeze play. The Big Blue compiled the following scores in their championship season and brought home the C.C.I, first-place trophy. Millikin 22 Millikin 32 Millikin 72 Millikin 39 Millikin 47 Millikin 27 Millikin 19 Millikin 47 Illinois College .... 16 Carthage College . .20 North Park 0 Augustana 7 Lake Forest 7 Illinois Wesleyan ..16 North Central 0 Carroll 13 Row 1: Coach Shroyer, D. Rutz, B. Armstrong, R. Schmidt, C. Thies, D. Farris, R. Jorstad, J. Domescik, J Hohenbary, S. Lee, A. Domescik, J. Hoffman, B. Ray. I Co-Captains Ryan and Jerry Collision ahead! Row 2: M. Farr, B. Bennett, J. Hawbaker, R. Schmohe, Koch, H. Clifford, L Pfotenhauer, J. May, J. Brissen- R. Lunn, D. Munn, B. Jones, J. Buchanan, T. Simons, den, M. Constance, B. Vanderwater, B. Severino. L. Neuzel, ' D. Bell, A. Raduenzel. Row 4: B. Zikrhund, . Wagner, D. Blue, F. Davis, R. Rad- Row 3: D. Troemper, B. Madigan, E. Constance, R. lift, X Brennan, C. Siebel, B. Martin, M. DeHesus. mwm « 100 » ..■.■.••. ' ■) ' ■ ' " .V ' ' Wis Who ' s got it? J. Hoffman R. Radliff R. Lunn R. Schmidt D. Beli « 101 » The referee ' s closin ' in. T. Brennan J. Hawbaker C. Thies D. Munn B. Bennett « 103 » Row 1: V. Sloan, I. May, E. Ransopher, R. Henke, D. Cook, R. Bumgarner, B. Hawkins. Row 2: T Kaufman, G. Gilleland, D. Danforth, B. Ritter, S. Helm, S. Hengst, E. DeWerff, D. Gulick, L. McCra- Basketball Despite the great efforts of Coach Ralph Allan and the members of his team, Millikin ' s season ended in a seven win and an eighteen loss record. Don Walker was the sixth highest scorer in Millikin ' s history. Other mainstays of the team were upperclassmen, Earl DeWerff, Steve Hengst, Dick Gulick, Gary Gilleland, and freshmen John Ragsdale, Roger Bumgarner, Doug Keller and Rich Henke. Don Walker was named to the C.C.I, second team. Gulick gets the ball and keeps it. ry, N. Bristow, J. Ragsdale, T. Ashman, D. Walker, D. Keller. Captain Steve Hengst 1961-1962 SCORES Millikin 77 Millikin 74 Millikin 75 Millikin 40 Millikin 67 Millikin 64 Millikin 58 Millikin 85 Millikin 69 Millikin 97 Millikin 69 Millikin 65 Millikin 78 Millikin 94 Millikin 81 Millikin 67 Millikin 71 Millikin 54 Millikin 95 Millikin 66 Millikin 64 Millikin 51 Millikin 57 Millikin 74 Millikin 85 Washington U North Park Eastern 111. U Auguslana Carthage Illinois College North Park Monmouth Coe College North Central Elmhurst College . . . Carroll Illinois College Indiana Central McKendree College . Wesleyan North Central Elmhurst College . Carthage Lake Forest Carroll Augustana Wesleyan Eastern 111. U Lake Forest Dramatic play under the basket. « 105 » Wrestling Coach Chuck Ross ' s wrestling team com- piled a 9-9 record in dual meets this season. The Big Blue grapplers were led by co-captain Bob Armstrong, who finished with a 19-4 record, including a record 11 pins. Two other outstanding wrestlers were Terry Cooper and Mike DeHesus. Cooper compiled a 17-9 record and won the 123-pound class title in CCI com- petition. DeHesus also posted a 17-9 record. This is how you begin. Row 1: T. Cooper, M. DeHesus, D. Bell, B. Armstrong, T. Simons, B. Vanderwater, B. Shively. Row 2: Coach Ross, M. Cannon, C. Thies, J. Waggoner, M. Farr, F. Campbell, T. Holtzclaw. « 110 » B a s e b a I Millikin fielded another great team again last year. Coach Chuck Ross and his team finished the 1961 season with a championship. Chuck Siebel, Al Ritz, and Larry Rule, who was the leading N.A.I. A. hitter in Illinois, were the big assets to Coach Ross. Coach Ross has a good returning nucleus of hitters, but the pitching will be weak this season. What this new season will bring is hard to say, but Coach Ross and his team will give the game their best. Time will tell. « 111 » 196 1 BASEBALL SCORES Millikin 1 Millikin 2 Millikin 6 Millikin 5 Millikin 3 Millikin 4 Millikin 4 Millikin 2 Millikin 2 Millikin 6 Millikin 8 Millikin 3 Millikin 6 Millikin 3 Millikin 2 Millikin 15 Millikin 9 Carson Newman ... 7 Navy Pier 7 Illinois College ... .4 Carthage 2 Carthage 5 Wesleyan 3 Carroll 2 Carroll 0 Augustana 0 Augustana 3 Lake Forest 1 Wesleyan 5 MacMurray 5 Quincy 4 Navy Pier 2 North Central 0 North Central 0 This is how it ' s done. Good for anoher winning season. Track Coach Don Shroyer welcomes back ten lettermen of last year ' s track squad and is looking forward to a great season. A sad note, however, is the loss of captain- elect Larry Frus, who will not be competing this season because of an aggravated injury. Returning are juniors Russ Koch, John Staedke, Earl DeWerff and Terry Simons; and sophomores Larry Barry, Jim Bader, Jerry Haw- baker, Bob Posegate, John Polacek, and Ken Spitzer. New freshmen who should give the team a shot in the arm are Tom Ashman and Benny Bennett. The discus throw I 1 Another track event, the javelin hurl. 114 Row 1: K. Spitzer, T. Simons, B Shively, V. Sloan, B. Ray, M. Cannon, A. Rodney, M. Armistead, L. Barry. Row 2: D. Munn, K. Lewis, J. Hawbaker, J. Bader, E. DeWerff, B. Severino, D. Danforth, H. Clifford, J. Mitchell, T. Ashman, J. Staedke. Track meet highlights the afternoon. 115 Row 1: I. Ludwa.D.Scha- witsch, J. Hildebrand, J. Billington. Row 2: S. Lee, J. Williams, E. Watkins.E. Kaufman. What a follow-through! Millikin ' s golf team, without any returning lettermen, will be bolstered by a group of link rookies. Trying to bring Millikin another College Conference of Illinois championship, will be seniors Jack Billington and Steve Mumma; junior Elmer Watkins; sophomore Dale Scha- witsch; and freshman Jerry Hildebrand. Coach Richard Paine ' s squad will play a nine match schedule. 116 I Tennis Coach Ralph Allan ' s tennis squad boasts only one letterman, Captain Steve Hengst. Rounding out the roster are sophomore Tom McCawley and freshmen George Clucas and Lynn McCrary. The Big Blue netters will be seeking a College Conference of Illinois title. T. McCawley, L. McCrary, S. Hengst, G. Clucas Captain Steve Hengst 117 » Intramurals Arline Soards, W.A.A. Girl MEN ' S INTRAMURAL MANAGERS Row 1: R. Frystak, B. Gendry. Row 2: M. DeHesus, M. Waller. WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL MANAGERS AND W.A.A. OFFICERS Row 1: J. Lacey, C. Har- rison, B. Boyer, S. Klin- gler. Row 2: C. Hollie, B. Bau- man, L. Musso, B. Gard- ner, A. Soards. I As you can see by the pictures below, basketball is one of the most popular intramural sports. Other sports played during the year are softball, volleyball, badminton, deck tennis, and bowling for the girls, and football, volleyball, bowling, and baseball for the men. Social organizations and inde- pendent Millikin students sponsor teams which compete for a traveling trophy. President President Paul L. McKay has just completed his fifth year as the head of Millikin University. During this past year, the twenty-year ex- pansion plan for our campus was revealed, showing the great strides that Millikin has made under his capable leadership. Mrs. McKay is also very active on the cam- pus. She lent her able assistance this year at Homecoming time when she served as an advisor for the queen ' s committee. The President and his wife hold a tea at their home each fall, to which all students and faculty are invited. This gives everyone an opportunity to become better acquainted with President and Mrs. McKay, and it is always a well-attended affair. PRESIDENT McKAY President and Mrs. McKay Administrators Without capable, willing leaders, a uni- versity cannot func tion smoothly. Millikin is fortunate to have leaders who are able to supervise and coordinate both curricular and extracurricular activities and still be available as friends and counselors to the student body. C. L. MILLER Dean of the University R. WAYNE GILL Business Manager « 123 » ROBERT E. FRANCIS WAYNE W. KROWS Director of Development Director of Alumni WALTER B. GRAY JERRY REDFORD Director of Admissions Public Information and Publications LAEL SMITH Religion WESLEY SNYDER Music MISS MARGARET SPARKS Secretarial Science MISS MARGARET STRAHL Music MAX F. TAYLOR Art THEODORE THORSON Music « 132 » RONALD M. SHELTON Mathematics DON SHROYER Physical Education PAUL SKINNER Music DOUGLAS R. SMITH Biology WILLIAM L. WILLIAMS EDWARD WING RICHARD M. YEAR WOOD Industry Religion History, Political Science « 133 » Personnel Juanita Appelt Carol Berg Jewell Broughton Eloise Clark Sandra Coover Dorothy Drennan Nancy Duske Patricia Garaicoa Sandra Hoffman Ruth Ann Hollar Wilma Howenstine June Hundley BILL A BENE Engineering Administration C1ik-u |o, Illinois ROBERT AMES Industry Decatur, Illinois JACK ANDERSON Music Education Decatur, Illinois JIM ANDREWS Biology Decatur, Illinois Virginia Armstrong Education Decatur, Illinois SUE KRAL BACH Education Decatur, Illinois BILL BAILEY Engineering Administration Knoxville, Illinois MARCIA WALKER BAILEY Education Dubuque, Iowa CAROLYN BALDWIN Music Education Springfield, Illinois KRISTIN BALL Music Education Decatur, Illinois LARRY BALL Music Education Decatur, Illinois JERRY BAYLESS Music Education Decatur, Illinois DIANE BEHREND Education Decatur, Illinois DSL BELL Physical Education Nashville, Michigan BOB BERG Business Decatur, Illinois JACK BILLINGTON Business Springfield, Illinois CAROL BOICE Art Cairo, Illinois TERRY BOSTON Speech Girard, Illinois 137 ROBERT BRADEN Business Springfield, Illinois BECKY BRADLEY Music Education Kirkwood, Missouri NANCY BRADLEY Secretarial Science Geneseo, Illinois DAVID BROBST Business Decatur, Illinois ROGER BROOKS Physical Edlcation Decatur, Illinois MARGARET BRUCE Home Economics Decatur, Illinois BILL BURGIS Industry Chicago, Illinois GLADYS BURRY Education Decatur, Illinois KAY BUTLER Home Economics Decatur, Illinois HAROLD CAMPBELL Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois RODERICK CARLIN Industry Bement, Illinois HARTLEY CARLTON Industry Decatur, Illinois SHARON CARRICK Sociology-Psychology Riverside, Illinois JAMENE CATTINARI Chemistry Nokomis, Illinois MARILYN CHANEY Piano Decatur, Illinois PAULA CHERRY KRAUSE Art Petersburg, Illinois VNCENT CINA Biology Garden Grove, California SHARON CLEMENTS Physical Education Decatur, Illinois 138 » Take it from the " M " Men. DARRELL CLIFTON Business Clinton, Illinois JANET CLOUGH Education Decatur, Illinois JENNY COCHENNOUR Music Education Decatur, Illinois BILL COMPTON Chemistry Decatur, Illinois JERRY CONNORS Industry Decatur, Illinois JOY CONNORS Education Decatur, Illinois DON COUGHLIN History Collingdale, Pennsylvania JUDY CREECH Physical Education Decatur, Illinois DENNIS CROWELL Business LaGrange, Illinois KAY GRAY DARST Education Decatur, Illinois ERNIE DASH Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois ALICE DASHIELL Home Economics Hinsdale, Illinois « 139 » ROGER DAVENPORT Music Argentct, Illinois FRED DAVIS Business Morrisonville, Illinois GARRY DAVIS History Newton, Illinois NANCY DEHNER Psychology-Sociology Lincoln, Illinois JERRY DOMESCIK Biology Auburn, Illinois BARBARA DUEWER Psychology Loami, Illinois DAVID FANTUS Business Accounting McHenry, Illinois DON F ARRIS Business Springfield, Illinois RAY FATHEREE Industry Decatur, Illinois CAROLYN FINDLAY Education South Holland, Illinois CLARK FLAKE Chemistry Decatur, Illinois TOM FOERSTER Biology Chicago, Illinois MARIE GALLOWAY Home Economics Pawnee, Illinois BETTY GARRETT Music Education Lake Villa, Illinois MARY MARGARET GENDRY Music Education Decatur, Illinois ROBERT GENDRY Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois DAVE GOLLAN Business Decatur, Illinois RICHARD GORA Business Chicago, Illinois « 140 » JUDY HEWETT History Decatur, Illinois JIM HOFFMAN Engineering Administration Anchor, Illinois DAN HOLDEN Business Park Ridge, Illinois CAROL HOLLIE Home Economics Chicago, Illinois MARY HOOD Nursing Decatur, Illinois MARYLAN HUBBARD Psychology Grayslake, Illinois JIM HUGHES Business Prospect Heights, Illinois RYAN JORSTAD Business Brookfield, Illinois JUDY KAISER Art Decatur, Illinois BEVERLY GULICK Mathematics Decatur, Illinois VERN GURLEY Business Round Lake, Illinois NANCY GUY Psychology Springfield, Illinoi:; MARTIN HAGER History Springfield, Illinois JOANN HARTKE History Mt. Olive, Illinois DON HAWORTH Religion Assumption, Illinois RON HAYNES Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois JUDIE HEHMEYER Mathematics Decatur, Illinois DARRELL HELM Education Decatur, Illinois 141 » NORMA KELLY Education Decatur, Illinois JOY KETTELKAMP Music Education Nokomis, Illinois HERB KLEBE Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois MARY EVELYN KRAUSE Art Decatur, Illinois DEAN LANCKTON Education Decatur, Illinois STANLEY LEE Physical Education Barnes Corners, New York CHARLES LILES Engineering Administration Round Lake, Illinois SUE LOGAN English Riverside, Illinois HENRY LONGERICH Chemistry Belleville, Illinois FRED LUCKENBILL Business Decatur, Illinois BOB LURKINS Engineering Administration Springfield, Illinois BOB LYMAN Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois KEN McBAIN Business Decatur, Illinois JAMES McCORMICK Engineering Administration Hinsdale, Illinois MIKE McNAMARA Physical Education Decatur, Illinois JOHN MACK Industry Des Plaines, Illinois PAT MAJOR Music Education Decatur, Illinois BOB MARTIN Physical Education Lawrenceville, Illinois « 142 » LARRY MOORE History East Alton, Illinois STEVE MUMMA Spoech IVcalur, Illinois, DENNIS NEAL Business Taylorville, Illinois DOUG NICHOLS Biology Decatur, Illinois BILL NOVAK Business Glen Ellyn, Illinois MARY O ' CONNELL Education Decatur, Illinois ROY OSTH Art Chicago, Illinois DAVE REED Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois PAT REED Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois LEE RODRIGUEZ Physics Decatur, Illinois ELLEN ROGERS Education Decatur, Illinois LARRY RULE Business Decatur, Illinois DEL RUTZ Physical Education Highland, Illinois DOUG RYAN Business Decatur, Illinois lit. JO SAUM Home Economics Batavia, Illinois RICH SCHMITZ Engineering Administration Belleville, Illinois DENNIS SCHWARTZ Business Carlinville, Illinois BILL SEVERINO Physical Education Chicago, Illinois DAVID SEXSON Psychology-Sociology Blue Mound, Illinois CHARLENE SEXTON English Decatur, Illinois JERRY SILOSKI Industry Decatur, Illinois SHARON SKIDMORE French Decatur, Illinois BOB SMITH Industry Decatur, Illinois JIM SMITH History Decatur, Illinois MARCIA SMITH Education Decatur, Illinois MARY JANE SMITHSON Chemistry-Biology Wood River, Illinois ARLINE SOARDS Medical Technology Tuscola, Illinois LIBBY SPANINGER Biology Brookfield, Illinois SHELDON SPAULDING Industry Glenview, Illinois FRED STEIN Sociology Dorsey, Illinois BILL STOUTENBOROUGH Business Illiopolis, Illinois « 144 » JIM T ALBERT Biology Decatur, Illinois PHYLLIS THOMPSON Secretarial Science Decatur, Illinois LEN TLAPA History LaGrange, Illinois DON UPPER Business Decatur, Illinois GEORGE VAN LEAR Chemistry Decatur, Illinois ELMER WATKINS Education Taylorville, Illinois HANNES WATZLAWEK Biology Decatur, Illinois BOB WEBER Engineering Administration Oswego, Illinois BRUCE WELLS Industry Dalton City, Illinois GEORGE WESOLOSKI Business Justice, Illinois LARRY R. WHITE Psychology-Sociology Decatur, Illinois JIM WILLIAMS Speech Decatur, Illinois ED WILSON English Illiopolis, Illinois CAROL WOLFE Art Decatur, Illinois JOHN WOLFE Psychology-Philosophy Decatur, Illinois BOB YOUNG Biology Chicago, Illinois RICK ZELLMANN Business Decatur, Illinois JAN ZELNICK Secretarial Science LaGrange Park, Illinois Carolyn Rankin, Vice-President; Dave Cope, President; Carolyn Roltgen, Treasurer; Jan Steinheimer, Secretary. Juniors Time out for a snack between classes. Ait 4ti Ron Frystak Roger Gadberry Nancy Garwood Ken Giffhorn Tom Grenias Margaret Griffin Maria Gross Franz Grossman Jerry Gulledge Mike Hanes Carla Harrison Sue Harrison Marjorie Hastings Bill Haywood Dave Hazelrigg Wolfgang Heckel Steve Hengst Charles Hill Larry Hoffman Phyllis Hopp urnors « 148 » Lihl ; l ■ Steve Madsen Mike Mains Charles Mann Leandra Melgreen Rachel Mershon Jean Mickelson Linda Musso Mary Lou Nein Larry Neuzel Dona Olson Karen Patterson Fred Plattner Juniors Al Raduenzel Carolyn Rankin Nancy Rice Dan Riggle Carolyn Roltgen David Roth John Russo Sharon Sappenfield Marian Schneller Verna Schultz Ken Schwartz Libby Schweigerdt Frank Seman William Sheppard Sheila Shrout Terry Simons 4a 5 ' It « 150 » 0 i Dave Siweck Toni Skoczek David Spearman Gerald Spence Jean Spence John Staedke Mary Jo Steinbach Ron Steinberg Sharon Stiegemeir Jan Steinheimer Nancy Stewart Bill Stoner Mi ! Q 4tm K 1 ._L 7_ ■Hi Shirley Thomason Carolyn Thompson Jim Turner Jack Usborne Julie Vernon Don Walker Jim W. Walker Roger Wall Darrell Waters Bill Weinberg Karl Weinner Kay Wenger Joyce West Stuart Wilkerson Pete Wincup Robert Wing A A Mr 151 » Vicki Ewing Marian Faser Sharon Filitti Pat Finney Mike Fisher Barb Flint Larry Foster John Franklin Barb Freischlag Jane Friesting Beth Gage Elizabeth Gardner Dan Garver Joan Gentala Jean Gerber Steve Clover Dan Comp Marie Connors Ed Constance Terry Cooper Betty Cordes Delos Cozad Janet Craw David Crews Fred Cycholl Janet Davidson Larry Davis Martha Dever Karl Dexheimer Jim Disbrow Ken DuBois John Duddleston Linda Dustin Julie Edwards Dick Enslow Sophomores 154 » Gary Gilleland Susan Gore Richard Grady Jim Griggs Richard Grubb Dick Gulick Sidney Hamman John Hanson Jim Harris Larry Harris Derald Hartley Jerry Hawbaker Harrold Hayden Tom Heffernan William Heiss Jim Hendrian John Hendricks Dan Herzberger Steve High Eugene Hinton !i 1 ! ' 1 Tfr. t.. W lit m I 1 Hr . - 1 - f i i Elwin Hogan Jim Hohenbary Bill Hughes Jan Hulburt John Humphrey Judy Hutton Paula Imel Jerry Imming Bari Johnston Bob Jones Allen Kaisor Carol Karowsky « 155 » Sophomores Mike Lukena Sue Lutz Karen McClellan. Nancy McClelland Georgia McConnaughay Steve McGuire Tom McNealy Sue McWhirter Emma Jean Maxwell Carol Meek Faith Mericle Glenn Meserli Walter Moore Pam Morrow- Rick Mraz Carl Muller Gerald Keeley Marilyn Keest Karen Kelley Michael Kerr Al Killpatrick Ken Kimmel Mike Kullik Linda Kummer Ralph Larson Harold Lee Barb Linder Sue Lindholm « 156 » Dan Mullendore Sue Munsio Bill Newbold Niki Niklich Bruce Oman Jeanine Pass John Pease Dave Peel Jim Pfotenhauer John Polacek Bob Posegate Linda Provow Sandra Puntil Roberta Quigley Larry Reitzel James Richter Bob Ritter James Roberts Mary Roche Dick Rogers Jackie Rogers Carol Rothe Hazen Russell Dale Schawitsch Todd Schindler Marilyn Schlueter Cindy Schmohe Bill Schoettle « 157 » ill Jj i • Hi • ™ | .it, I i Carolyn Whitaker Larry White Robert Williams Jerry Willson Don Wilson Jim Winholtz Clifford Winings Linda Winings Gary Workman Gary Wright Don Wulf Christine Yarrington Ruth Yochum Wayne Zientara mi 1 «-y t , si One man ping-pong Sophomores « 159 » Carol Allan Pamela Allen Ron Amato Gary Anderson James Andrews Joe Armon Richard Breedlove Fred Bright Jim Brissenden Norman Bristow John Brock-way George Browning Linda Bruninga Jerran Bunce 161 M l r f ! • Rose Marie Buttel Linda Butts Donatella Capuccio Barbara Carlin Carol Chapman Jim Chippendale Fred Christner Ron Clayton George Clucas Jean Coffey Mark Connors Frank Contreras Betty Cook Beverly Cook Nancy Cope Danielle Cozad Donna Creech Larry Gripe Dave Crittendon Judee Crowhurst Kay Cunningham Elsie Curry Brian Cushing Larry D. Davis Sadie Deeters Michael DeHesus Al Demange Wendy DeVos Susan Doty Bette Downs James Downs Freshmen « 162 » « 163 Freshmen Howard Hoyland Suzanne Hubbell Don Huddleston Susan Hudson David Hullinger Diana Hunt Joe Hunt Bob W. Jones Nancy Jones Roger Jones Martha Jordan Edwin Kaufman Doug Keller Robert Keller Martha Kemp John Keys Mary Ann Henderson Rich Henke Eartha Hess Donna Hill Sue Hinton Pat Hoeltgen Steffanni Holliger Tom Holtzclaw Jack Hopkins Susan Hough Jean Howanic Marthe Howell r I Mil 7 Mk- « 164 » Tom King Peggy Koch John Koehler Tom Kullik Brian Knutson Judy Lacey Marilyn LaMarsh Jean Lang Pat Lawler Cheryl Lefever Larry Leonard Karen Lepp Allen Lewis Mary Jane Lewis Steve Livesey Jane Looit Charles Lowe Barbara Lukas Sam McClugage Maryann McClure Joe McConnell Lynn McCrary Wilson McDonald Mike McKee Linda McMillan Everett McNeese Jim McQuality Delbert Martin J| • I ; HP : - P . : m • Georgiann Martin Larry Martin Gerald Marietta Kathy Mathias John May Tom Mead Priscilla Meils Amy Michael Cynthia Mickel Carlene Miller David Miller Jim Mitchell Ron Mitchell Terry Moore JoAnn Musso Vicki Nelson Keith Newcomb Karen Newcome Steve Newell Sue Norton Marcia Novak Susan Olson Martha Orr Jeffrey Otto Rod Paquette Don Park James Peppier Martin. Petersen Don Pistorius Judy Kay Powel Jane Poynter ' It Freshmen « 166 » « 167 » i J M Marilyn Stewart Richard Sudkamp Mary Ann Suter Ron Swolley r ■ m i Elaine Szydlowski Wayne Thom Barbara Thomas James R. Thompson i Jn WBBm Jim Thompson Pat Thompson Sandy Thompson Jim Tolly -: t V ' Br Dan Troemper John Trowbridge Lyle Tutterrow Kathy Tyson o .1 M A s Michael Ujert Deborah Van Don Van Lyssell Judy Waggoner Senior Activities ABENE. WILLIAM Religious Emphasis Week 3; Chorus 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi. BAILEY. MARCIA Decaturian 4; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec ' y 4; Intramurals 2; R.W.A.C. 4; Band 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Gamma Phi Delta (Dubuque) 1.2; Iota Chi Sigma (Dubuque) 1. BALDWIN. CAROLYN Campus Chest Committee 2; Student Handbook 4; Pi Beta Phi, Recording Secretary; Homecoming Show 2, 4; Music Educators National Conference; Choir 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; W.A.A. 3, 4. BALL. KRISTIN A Capella Choir; Band; Operas; Fine Arts Committee; Solo Recital; Choir Council. BALL. LARRY Student Council; Phi Mu Alpha; Vice-President, Warden A Capella Choir; Dance Revue; Campus Chest Talent Show Band; Homecoming Shows; Operas; Fine Arts Committee University Sing Coordinator. BEHREND. DIANE Illinois State Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Millikin Advisory Board 4; Millidek Co-Editor 3, 4; Publications Board 3, 4; Religious Emphasis Committee 1, 2; Campus Chest 1, 4; Alpha Chi Omega, Warden, Recording Secretary; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Tower Club 3, 4; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student-Faculty Retreat 4. BELL. ADELBERT Intramurals 3; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity ' Track 1, 2, 3, 4; " M " Club 2, 3, 4 ; Delta Sigma Phi. BERG. ROBERT Boss Memorial Scholarship; Campus Chest Committee 2 Freshman Camp Counselor 3; Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 1, 2; Wrestling 2; " M " Club 1, 2; Tau Kappa Epsilon. BILLINGTON. JOHN Who ' s Who 3; Campus Chest Committee 3, 4; Decaturian 1, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Committee 4; Freshman Camp Coun- selor 3; Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Religious Emphasis Committee 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Choir 3; Debate 4; Denominational Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Vars- ity Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Football 1; Varsity Golf 2; Varsity Track 1; " M " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi. BOICE. CAROL Religious Emphasis Committee 3; Images and Industry Seminar, Chairman 3; Religious Life, Art Chairman 2; Alpha Chi Omega; S.E.A. 4; Tower Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Registration; W.A.A. 3. EORENS. MILTON Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Opera 1, 2. 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Sinfonians, Director; Male Chorus, President. BOSTON. TERRY Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest Show 1; Town and Gown 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4, Vice President; Opera 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Assistantship 2, 3, 4; Theatrical Lighting and Production 1, 2, 3, 4; National Collegiate Players 3, 4. BOYER. WILLIAM Varsiiy Track 1, 2, 3; " M " Club 1, 2, 3; BRADEN, ROBERT E. Phi Chi Alpha 4, Vice President; Phi Kappa Phi 4. BRADLEY. NANCY Illinois State Scholarship 1, 2, 3; Student Council, Publicity Chairman 2; Religious Emphasis Committee, Mimeograph Chairman 3; Homecoming, Queen Chairman 3; Millidek 2; Decaturian 1; Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer, House President; Tau Chi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 4; W.A.A. 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2. BRADLEY. REBECCA Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Iota 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, President; Pi Mu Theta 3, 4; Fine Arts Committee 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. BROOKS. ROGER Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3; Assistant Basket- ball Coach; Delta Sigma Phi. BRUCE. MARGARET Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4. BURRY. GLADYS S.E.A. 4; Choir 4. BUTLER. KAYE Home Economics Club 3, 4. CAMPBELL. HAROLD Campus Chest Committee 3; Religious Emphasis Committee 3; Tower Club 2, 3; Young Republicans 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CARRICK. SHARON Campus Chest 2; Homecoming Committee 1, 2; Religious Emphasis 3; Millidek 3; Pi Beta Phi, President 4; junior Pan- hellenic Council 1; Panhellenic Council, Secretary 4; De- nominational Club 1, 2, 4; Le Cercle Francais 4; Tower Club 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. CATTINARI. JAMENE Henderson Chemistry Award 2; Pi Mu Theta 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 4; Religious Emphasis Committee 2, 3; Campus Chest Committee 2, 3; Panhellenic Council, Treasurer 4; Zeta Tau Alpha, Corresponding Secretary, Assistant Treasurer, Treas- urer, President; Band 1. CHERRY. PAULA Illinois State Scholarship; W.C.I. A. Award; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Millidek 2, 3; Parent ' s Day 3; Student Direc- tory 3; Student Handbook 3, 4; Delta Delta Delta, Corres- ponding Secretary 3; Panhellenic Council 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4; Band 1; Tower Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3. CHANEY. MARILYN S.A.I. Alumni Scholarship 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Sigma Alpha Iota 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer. CINA. VINCENT Henderson Organic Chemistry Award 2; Scovill Award in Science 3; European Workcamp Scholarship 3; Who ' s Who 4; Campus Chest Committee 2, 3, 4; Committee on Chapels and Assemblies 3, 4; Fine Arts Committee 1, 2, 3; Freshman Camp Counselor 3; Religious Emphasis Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Phi Chi Alpha 3, 4, President; Sigma Zeta 2, Vice-President, 3, President 4; Denominational Club 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; German Club 1, 2; Biology Assistantship 2, 3, 4; Workcamp Scholarship Committee 4; Residence Hall Counselor 3; Resi- dence Hall Council, Treasurer 3; Delta Sigma Phi, Historian 2, Recording Secretary 3. « 170 Senior Activities CLEMENTS. SHARON W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. CLIFTON. DARRELL Upsilon Epsilon Tau 2, 3, 4, Vice-President. DOMESCIK. JERRY Who ' s Who 4; All American Football Team 4; II. A. I. Illinois Collegiate Football Team; Class Officer 2, 3; Froshman Camp Counselor 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Inter- fraternity Council 4, President; Intramurals 4; Varsity Ease- ball I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain; " M " Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CLOUGH. IANET Scovill Award 3; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 4; Homecoming Queen ' s Court 4; M.U. Scholarships; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Pi Mu Theta, Presi- dent 4; Freshman Camp, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Religious Emphasis Committee 2; Homecoming 3, Secretary 4; Campus Chest 2; Junior Panhellenic Council 1; Alpha Chi Omega, Recording Secretary; S.E.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. COCHENNOUR, JENNY Opera 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Band 2, 4; Choir 1, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Zeta Tau Alpha. COMPTON. BILL Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 4. COUGHLIN. DON Intramurals 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3; Varsity Track 2. CREECH. JUDITH Band 1, 2; P. E. Department Assistant 4; Majorette 1; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DARST. KAY GRAY Homecoming Queen ' s Court, 4; Homecoming 2, 3, 4; Re- ligious Emphasis Week 3, Student Council 3, Secretary 4; Parent ' s Day 4; Student-Faculty Retreat 4; Millidek 3, 4; Tower Club 4. DASH. ERNIE Illinois State Scholarship; Homecoming Committee 4; Milli- dek 4, Business Manager; Publications Board 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3, Vice President. DASHIELL. ALICE Illinois State Scholarship; Glenview-Skokie Valley Alumnae Scholarship; Campus Chest Committee 4; Freshman Camp Counselor 4; Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3; Millidek 3; Re- ligious Emphasis Committee 3; Denominational Club 1, 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, President; Le Cercle Francois 2; Tower Club 4; Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer 4; Pi Mu Theta; Junior Panhellenic Council 2; W.A.A. 1. DAVIS. GARY Student-Faculty Retreat Committee 3; Campus Chest Com- mittee 2; Freshman Camp Counselor 2, 3, 4; Religious Em- phasis Committee 2; Student Council 2, 3; Parent ' s Day Committee 2; Debate 4; S.E.A. 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Tower Club 3; Young Republicans 2; Tau Kappa Epsilon. DAVIS. ROBERT Upsilon Epsilon Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. DECHANT, RUTH Freshman Camp Counselor 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Religious Emphasis Committee 4; Student Council 2, Tau Chi Pi 2, Secretary 3, President 4; R.W.A.C. 4; Tower Club 3. DEHNER. NANCY Campus Chest Committee 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; Millidek 1, 2, 3; Town and Gown 1, 2; Freshman Camp Counselor 3; Class Secretary 3; Chorus 1; Denomina- tional Club 1, 2, 3; La Sociedad Espanola 1, 2; Tower Club 3; Pi Beta Phi; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DUEWER. BARBARA Chorus 1, 2; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, Secre- tary 4; MIA 1, Vice-President 2. FATHEREE. RAY Upsilon Epsilon Tau 3, 4, President. FINDLAY, CAROLYN Campus Chest Committee 1, 2, 3; Freshman Camp Coun- selor 2; Delta Delta Delta, Secretary; Chorus 1; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. FLAKE. CLARK Band 1; Alpha Phi Omega 4; Sigma Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. FOERSTER. TOM Work Camp Scholarship; Mr. Campus Chest 3; Campus Chest Committee 2, 3, 4; Freshman Camp Counselor 2, 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Student Affairs Committee 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4, President; Student-Faculty Council 2, 3, 4; Religious Life Committee 3, Chairman; Men ' s Dorm Counselor 3; Men ' s Dorm President 3; Biology Department Assistant 2 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon. GENDRY. MARY Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Alpha Chi Omega, Scholarship Chair- man, Publicity Chairman; Opera 1, 2; Campus Chest 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; Chorus 4; Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, Rush Chair- man. GENDRY. ROBERT Homecoming 4; Millidek 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GOLLAN. DAVID Chorus 2, 3; Upsilon Epsilon Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, President. GULICK, BEVERLY Freshman Math Award; Scovill Award; Pi Mu Theta 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; German Club 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2. GUY. NANCY Who ' s Who; Campus Chest Committee 2, 4; Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3; Millidek 3; Student-Faculty Retreat 3; International Night 1, 2; Religious Emphasis Committee 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Parent ' s Day Committee 2; Pi Beta Phi Historian; Pi Mu Theta; Chorus 1; Conant 3, 4; Young Republicans 4; W.A.A. 3, 4. HAGER, WILLIAM S.E.A. 3; La Sociedad Espanola 4; Young Democrats 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon. HARTKE, JOANN Illinois State Scholarship; Pi Mu Theta Scholarship 3; Home- coming Queen 4; Pi Mu Theta 4; Panhellenic Council, Vice President 4; Conant Society, Vice President 4; Campus Chest Committee, Publicity Chairman 3; Millidek, Co-ed Activities 2, 3; Fine Arts Committee 3; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Home- coming Committee, registration 2, 3; Parents Day Commit- tee 2, 3: R.W.A.C. 2; Millikin Student Alumni Advisory Board- Student Council 2; Junior Panhellenic Council, Ad- visor 4- Delta Delta Delta, President 4, II Vice President 3. HAYNES, RON Decaturian 4 ; Intramurals 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HELM, DARRELL G. S.E.A 2, 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4, Vice President; Student Ed- ucation Association 4, President; Anatomy and Physiology lab assistant 4. 171 Senior Activities HENDRICKS, MARY JEAN Pi Mu Theta 3, 4. HEHMEYER. JUDITH Decaturian 1; Millidek 3, 4; Alpha Chi Omega, Lyre Editor 2, Treasurer 4; W.A.A. 1, 2. HEWETT, JUDITH French 2 prizes. HOFFMAN. JIM Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; Fresh- man Camp Counselor 4; Parent ' s Day Co-Chairman 4; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; " M " Club 2, 3, 4; Intrafraternity Council 2, 3; Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary 2, President 3. HOLDEN. DAN Intramurals 3, 4; Varsity Wrestling 3, 4; " M " Club 4. HOLLIE. CAROLE Zeta Tau Alpha, Corresponding Secretary 3; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Home Ec Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4. HUBBARD, MARYLAN Alpha Chi Omega, Worship Committee 3; Religious Em- phasis Committee 4; Home Ec Club 3; Intramurals 3, 4; W.A.A. 3, 4. KETTELKAMP, JOY MARY Music Scholarship; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Student Council Committee 2, 3; Town and Gown 3, 4; Freshman Camp Counselor 3; Campus Chest Committee 1, 2; Fine Arts Com- mittee 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Opera 1, 2; Religious Em- phasis Committee 3; Alpha Chi Omega, Secretary, Chaplain; R.W.A.C. 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Iota 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Song Leader; Band 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. KLEBE, HERBERT Young Republicans 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon. JORSTAD, RYAN Football, All Conference 3; Class Treasurer 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; " M " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer 3, President 4. KRAUSE, MARY EVELYN Alpha Chi Omega, Chaplain 3, Historian 4; La Sociedad Espanola 3; Conant 4; Tau Chi Pi 3, 4; Band 1; Tower Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Seminar 2; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4. LOGAN. SUE Pi Mu Theta 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Who ' s Who 4; Home- coming Queen Candidate 4; Campus Chest Committee 3; Freshman Camp Counselor 2; Homecoming Committee Co- Chairman 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Re- treat 2, 3; Religious Life Committee 4, Secretary and Student Council Representative; Religious Emphasis Committee 2, 3, Co-Chairman of Religious Emphasis Week 3, Chairman of Devotions Committee 2; Decaturian 2; Zeta Tau Alpha Con- vention Delegate 3; Panhellenic Council 2, 3, 4; Conant 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Tower Club 2; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 2. LONGERICH. HENRY Henderson Award in Chemistry 2, 3; S.E.A. 3; Publications Photographer 1, 2, 3, 4; Publications Board 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigm a Zeta 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Housemanager 2, Historian 2, Treasurer 4 LUCKENBILL. FRED J. Alpha Phi Omega 1; Upsilon Epsilon Tau 4; Newman Club 4, Vice President; Millikin Independent Student Association; Denominational Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2. LURKINS. ROBERT Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi. McCORMICK. JAMES Zeta Psi (U. of Illinois). MACK, JOHN Student Affairs Committee 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Residence Hall Council 4, Vice President; Millikin Industrial Society 2; Intramurals 2, 3. MAJOR, PAT Pi Beta Phi outstanding pledge award; Pi Phi pledge scholarship award; National Piano Guild recording festival cash award; Scovill Award; WDZ Award for highest grades in freshman class; Frances Falvey Award for highest grades in sophomore class; Sental Scholarship; Sigma Alpha Iota pledge scholarship award; Who ' s Who 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Pi Mu Theta 3, 4; Student Council 2; Campus Chest Committee 2; Freshman Camp Counselor 3; Homecoming Committee 1; Junior Panhellenic Council 1; Religious Life Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Social Chairman 4; Opera 1, 2; Co-Chair- man Religious Emphasis Week 3; Pi Beta Phi, pledge presi- dent, publicity chairman, scholarship chairman, treasurer, song leader. MORRILL, CAROLYN Pi Mu Theta 4; Student Council 1, 2 Dakota Wesleyan U.; Sigma Alpha Iota 3, 4; Denominational Club 1; Young Re- publicans 1; Band 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Theory Assistant. MUMMA. J. STEPHEN Campus Chest Committee 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Town and Gown 2, 3, 4; La Sociedad Espanola 3, Secretary Treasurer; Intramurals 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 4; Delta Sigma Phi. NICHOLSON. VIRGINIA Pi Beta Phi; Student Education Association 4; W.A.A. 4. OSTH. RO Y Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Tower Club 3, 4, President; Young Republicans 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer. PECHINSKI, ROBERT Student Council 4; MIA 3, 4, President. PHARIS. VICTORIA Chorus 1; Vice President Senior Class; Junior Panhellenic Council 1, Treasurer; Zeta Tau Alpha; Class President 2; Intramural Manager; Co-Chairman House Decorations 3; Assistant Rush Chairman 2, 3; Ritual Chairman 4; S.E.A. 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. REICH. DONALD Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4. REINERS, JEAN Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Pi Mu Theta 3, 4, Vice President; Milli- kin Scholarship; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Choir I; Chorus 3, 4; Fine Arts Committee 3, 4; Opera 2; Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; Alpha Chi Omega Social Chairman, House President; Junior Panhellenic Council 2; S.E.A. 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3. ROGERS. ELLEN Zeta Tau Alpha, Magazine Chairman, Secretary; Junior Panhellenic Council 1; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 172 Senior Activities RUTZ. DELMAR Athlete of Year 3; All Conference Football 3, 4; Decaturian 2, 3; Freshman Camp Counselor 4; S.E.A. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; " M " Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President; Delta Sigma Phi. SALISBURY, META RUTH Pi Mu Theta 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; W.A.A. 3, 4; Wits 3, 4; Chorus 3; School Nurse; R.W.A.C. 3. SAUM, JO Campus Chest Committee 3, 4, Secretary 4; Religious Em- phasis Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Student Council 3; Alpha Chi Omega; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; S.E.A. 4; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; R.W.A.C. 2, 3. SCHMITZ, RICH Intramurals 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Wrestling 3; " M " Club 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi. SEVERINO. WILLIAM All State Collegiate Football Team 4; Campus Chest Com- mittee 4; Fine Arts Committee 3, 4; Newman Club 1, Vice President 2; Tower Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; " M " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon SEXTON. CHARLENE S.E.A. 4. SKIDMORE. SHARON Scovill Award; Who ' s Who; Gorin Intermediate French Prize; Gorin Advanced French Prize; Homecoming Queen Court; Pi Mu Theta 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Campus Chest Committee 1, 2; Freshman Camp Counselor 3; Millidek 1, 2, Co-editor 3, 4; Publications Board 3, 4, Secretary 3; Re- ligious Emphasis Committee 2, 3; Student Council 4; Class Officer, Vice President 2, 3; Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Trainer, Secretary; Conant 3, 4; S.E.A. 4; La Sociedad Espanola 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle Francois 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Presi- dent 3; Town and Gown 1; W.A.A. 1, 2. SMITH, CLAUDIA Illinois State Scholarship; Campus Chest Committee 2, 3; Religious Emphasis Committee 2, 3; Town and Gown 2; Fine Arts Committee 3, 4; Millidek 3; Decaturian 3, 4; Student Handbook 3, 4, Editor 4; Publications Board 4; Pi Beta Phi; Secretary pledge class, Corresponding Secretary; Band 1; Chorus 1; Conant 2, 3, 4; Secretary; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle Francois 3; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4. SMITH. MARCIA S.E.A. 4. SOARDS, ARLINE M. Aston House President 3, Vice President 3; Walker President 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; R.W.A.C. 3, 4; Chorus 1. SPANINGER. LIBBY Who ' s Who; Student Council, Election Committee 3, co- chairman 3, Social and Publicity Committee; Freshman Camp Counselor 2; Homecoming Committee; Queen ' s Com- mittee Chairman 4; Campus Chest Co-Chairman 3; Re- ligious Emphasis Committee 2; Zeta Tau Alpha Treasurer Pledge Class 1; Committee on Chapels and Assemblies 3; Conant 3, 4; Denominational Club 2, 3; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Pro- grams Committee 3; Tower Club 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Millidek 2. STEIN, FREDERICK Decaturian 4; Transferred from McKendree College in Sep- tember, 1961. STEVENS. CHARLES Transferred from University of Illinois. STOUTENBOROUGH. BILL ISSC Scholarship; " Who ' s Who " 3, 4; Decaturian 4, Busi- ness Manager; Freshman Camp Counselor 2; Homecoming Committee 2; Phi Chi Alpha 3, 4; Publications Board 2, Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4; Religious Emphasis Committee 2; Student Council Treasurer 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; " M " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi Treasurer 3, 4. TALBERT, JAMES Class President 1; Committee on Chapels and Assemblies 1; Freshman Camp Counselor 2; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Student- Faculty Council 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Tennis 1, Co-Captain 2; " M " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi Presi- dent 4. TLAPA, LEONARD Homecoming Committee 4; S.E.A. 4; Student Affairs Sub- Committee 4. THOMPSON, PHYLLIS Tau Chi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4. UPPER, DON Town and Gown; Denomination Club; Intramurals; Delta Sigma Phi. VAN LEAR, GEORGE Sigma Zeta 3, 4. WATZLAWEK, HANNES Senior Class President; Upsilon Epsilon Tau 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon. WESOLOSKI. GEORGE Campus Chest Committee 3; Class Social Chairman 4; Dec- aturian 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Newman Club 1; Student-Faculty Council 2; Tower Club 3; Young Democrats 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary. WHITE, LARRY RICHARD La Sociedad Espanola 1, 2; Le Cercle Francais 4. WILLIAMS, DICK Tower Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 2; " M " Club 2, 3. WILLIAMS, JAMES Campus Chest Committee 4; Committee on Chapels and Assemblies 2, 3, 4; Freshman Camp Counselor 4; Religious Emphasis Committee 3, 4; Student Council 3; Town and Gown 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4; Chorus 1; Denomina- tional Club 3, 4; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Golf 2, 3, 4; " M " Club 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi. WOLF, JUDITH Pi Mu Theta 4; Secretary-Treasurer. WOLFE, CAROL Pi Mu Theta 4; Nolan Scholarship 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Millidek 4; Tower Club 3. YOUNG, ROBERT S. Campus Chest Committee 2; Freshman Camp Counselor 2; La Sociedad Espanola 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi. ZELLMAN. RICHARD Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi. ZELNICK, Janice Pi Mu Theta 3, 4; Campus Chest Committee 2; Tau Chi Pi 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Tower Club 1, 2, 3. « 173 » Congratulations to Millikin University Class of 1962. Building the City in its varied aspects is the job of the Association of Com- merce of Decatur, Illinois. During your student days at Millikin, you will, perhaps, have noted how- some phase of the Association ' s " City building program " unfolds. How a " program of work " on paper leads to constructi ve action resulting in expanded industry and commerce, new streets, new schools and churches, new homes for families. . . all those elements which make up a liveable city. « 174 » Men and women who share advantages of university education, such as you have had at Millikin, need to help share the larger responsibility to help build the communities in which you may live. Your experience and knowledge gained at Millikin University has prepared you to assume this task wherever in the world you may be. In so doing you will share in the broader friendships and experiences of those who are builders of cities and of men. World developments demand intelligent solution to all those who must live as free men, in free cities, in a free world. University men and women, you are challenged to the responsibility to provide such leadership in the spirit of your alma mater — Millikin University. Best wishes and good luck! 175 I r) : . ..v..-.v-.i 1 — i «l ' , (QMS £t {TV ? fy " ?: " % ; ■ $ n : ! ' ' | f . j S P ...s -i i Quo Si u u uti y in ' , $t6 ' % WILL THIS COLLEGE DOOR BE KEPT OPEN? Within a few years, twice as many students will be entering American col- leges and universities. Many of these young men and women will find crowded conditions at the schools of their choice and may even find it impossible to attend these schools. It is not unusual to find parents looking for suitable college arrangements for sons and daughters who are just entering high school. The Millikin Class of 1962 is joining the alumni ranks. Your basic education is behind you. Your future is bright with many opportunities. During your four years at M.U., you have paid approximately sixty per cent of the actual cost of your education. Millikin has paid the rest. Where did this " wonderful forty per cent " come from? It was availa ble to you largely because Millikin alums have developed an outstanding record of financial support for their alma mater. You, too, will be called upon to support Millikin. When that call comes, consider your good fortune in being educated in the college of your choice, and help make Millikin available to other young men and women in the future. MUELLER CO., DECATUR, ILL. Factories at: Decatur, Chattanooga, los Angeles; In Canada: Mueller, Limited, Sornia, Ontario. 176 TAKE A BIG STEP TOWARD FINANCIAL SECURITY . . . BANK AND SAVE AT THE MILLIKIN! Start saving now . . . and add to your savings account regularly for future security. Visit our bank soon. Experience for yourself the helpful, personal service that has been a Millikin Bank tradition for over a century. 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Our fathers told us we ' d stand a better chance with an education, and that we ' d get more out of life. It was true then, and it ' s still true now. And then, as though sensing an unspoken thought, our fathers added another word of caution. " Nor is an education a substitute for hard work, " they smiled. " It ' s just a great help in that work. " We offer you the same words as those we received. We offer you the same world, slightly changed, but essentially intact. It ' s for your hands to improve. CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO. 184 ( ]ongrat ulat io n s from JB designs and WAGNER JSf builds homes for delightful CASTINGS CO. loUo S. r rank 1 in 3t. uecatur, m. Phone 428-4601 Licensed and Insured Compliments of EICHENAUER Marion S. Clesson Fine Lighting Fixtures - Adequate Wiring SUNBEAM GENERAL ELECTRIC TOASTMASTER PLTJMBTNG AND HEATING Largest Light Bulb Selection In Decatur Phone 429-7422 Your Electric Service Center Since 1942 Oakwood Shopping Area 235 S. 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Eldorado PORTRAITS - COMMERCIAL " $ lu Jt U lt i Tl outer " —J CL If S L W lift r L 17 A fc C D WEDDINGS - DIRECT COLOR 160 South Water Street ( al Wood ) Phone 429-5305 Agents for Canvas Oils from International Fine Arts 186 S E M M E L ' S LADIES ' READY - TO - WEAR 288 N. Park Phone 422-6641 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 62 from SCHUDEL ' S Decatur ' s Leading Launderers and Dry Cleaners Since 1910 JMeumode J{osier Shop Hosiery for Men, Women, and Children Phone 422-1755 117 N. Water St. I oil. 253 North Main St. visit the Red House 239 South Oakland imams FOR IMPORTANT CLOTHES Formals Ready-to-W ear Sportswear Jewelry Millinery 135 E. Prairie Phone 423-3644 SVENDSEN FLORIST FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSE 2702 North Broadway Ph. 877-4767 F. T. D. 187 Congratulations from Wishing you every success Nicholson, Clark For the and Co. SMARTEST FEET on campus wear shoes from INSURANCE RAUPP ' S Telephone 429-4365 139 NORTH WATER DOWNTOWN 114 N. Water St. Decatur 188 The Bank with Time for You Complete Banking Services Include : Checking Accounts ♦ Savings Accounts © Installment Loans 9 Commercial Loans ♦ Real Estate Loans Safety Deposit Boxes • Farm and Property Management • Trust Services ♦ Christmas Club W Travelers Checks FREE PARKING — DRIVE-IN WINDOWS at THE NATIONAL BANK OF DECATUR Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 189 Congratulations from " Decatur ' s Largest, Friendliest Store " Telephone 429-4391 BLACK COMPANY SPORTING GOODS 340 North Main 125 East North DECATUR - ■ ILLINOIS Phone 429-5376 LOOKING? See the difference at FLORA JEWELERS MACON MUSIC " Your Musical Department Store " 259 N. Main Best Wishes To 1962 Grads MILLER - O ' NEILL FLOOR COVERINGS and DRAPES es FASHIONS FOR THE HOME DECATUR 329 N. Main Ph. 428-7741 MATTOON Charleston 17th Ave. Ph. Adams 4-7464 190 PHONE 429-5429 730 SO. MAIN DECATUR " For a Job to be Well Done ' 9 EVERYTHING IN ROOFING AND SHEET METAL Industrial Commercial Residential Farm Compliments of SWAIN MYERS ASSOCIATES, Inc. DESIGNERS and SUPPLIERS Complete Food Service Equipment and Fixtures for Schools. Restaurants, Institutions, Clubs, and Drug Stores 544-552 N. MAIN ST. Compliments of Congratulations, Graduates of 1962 SAVE AND EARN 4V 2 % with FIRST FEDERAL SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Macon County 155 W. Eldorado Street 192 Marvel- Schebler Products Division BORG-WARNER CORPORATION CON GRATULATIONS 1962 GRADUATES of MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY 193 A We Welcome Students! to the SOY CAPITAL BANK IV |1JK7 is the time to plan for the future with an economy checking account. | 4 t IV to save for the future with a savings account ljSjV ,A ( f r ee coin banks). MORE than all, come in and visit with us at 1501 East Eldorado. Decatur ' s Most Convenient Bank 1501 EAST ELDORADO 428-7781 Member F. D. I. C. NGRATULATIONS . . . and best wishes To the Class of 1962 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 194 KING-LAR Compliments of COMPANY Bur dick Plumbing 2020 E. Olive and Heating Lo. Phone 429-2323 DECATUR, ILLINOIS Heating LENNOX Coolin S 728 So. Main St. DECATUR, ILLINOIS BROWNIE COAL COMPANY COAL High Grade Coals For Less ftWmiE £§1101, Phone 429-5131 840 N. Morgan Decatur, Illinois WW Knowledge is more than equivalent to forced SAMUEL JOHNSON DAWSON WIKOFF FUNERAL DIRECTORS DECATUR MT. JON ARGENTA Compliments of GREENHOUSES Flowers and Corsages For Any Occasion 1106 W. Pershing Road Phone 877-1150 Telephone 429-4201 MO RAM N. WATER ST. AT ELDORADO DECAT UR .. ILLINOIS 196 I ASH IONS for Junior Misses and Tall Girls Decatur ' s Leading Specialty Store (Colonial CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADS Thanks for the past patronage . . . and hope it will continue in the future WALTER T. AUER FRED S. COX Phone 423-7223 Compliments of WOARE BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Brick and Builders Supplies 1600 N. Calhoun St. Phone 429-4404 Decatur, Illinois GREENWOOD AVENUE FLORISTS and Greenhouses 702 Greenwood Ave. Decatur, Illinois Phone 423-3447 Compliments of THE DECATUR PAPER HOUSE, INC. DECATUR, ILLINOIS 197 MILLIKINS 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 Congratulations to the 1962 Millikin Graduates JOHN PIPER STUDIO 246 S. OAKLAND • DECATUR, ILLINOIS Phone 429-5121 Photography by John Piper 198 This 1962 MILLIDEK Printed by HUSTON - PATTERSON CORPORATION DECATUR, ILLINOIS ASSOCIATES ENGRAVING CO. 1117 West Dorian Avenue SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS " Engravers of The 1962 Millidek " P. O. Box 216 Phone 544-0827 199


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