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I%3 Millikin University Decatur, Illinois Co-Editors: Linda Downs Barb Linder Business Manager: Sam McClugage 2 DEDICATION When Miss Beth McPeek came to Millikin two years ago she brought to the campus new inspiration and enthusiasm. In a short period of time she has had immeasurable influence on many students. In her role as Dean of Women, she has strengthened many organizations and aspired students to higher goals. Her capability and sincerity have gained the re- spect of both students and faculty. Her wealth of ideas and understanding has been a constant in- valuable source of guidance and information. It is with great respect and admiration that we dedicate this year ' s Millidek to Dean McPeek. TAKES SHAPE Each day we draw from the past and present to prepare for the future. Through the varied phases of college activity we prepare for responsible citizen- ship. This process common to all students has led us to build the 1963 Millidek around the theme " The Future Takes Shape. " TABLE OF CONTENTS Activities 8 Faculty 38 Classes 52 Organizations 82 Greeks 1 04 Sports 1 28 Index 146 Advertising 153 came prepared! Co-chairmen Bev and Larry " This Is Millikin " was the theme of Freshman Camp 1962 which was held September 8 and 9 at Allerton Park. Co-chairmen Beverly Bray and Larry Chapman directed this annual affair which gave all new students an opportunity to meet Millikin through worship, discussion and recreation. Camp 1962 was plagued by rain, but the familiar " ENTHUSIASM " was unhampered. All Aboard! 10 1962 Rush Week was held September 10 through 16. The rushees met the actives at parties of all kinds ranging from Gay 90 ' s to Dreamland. Songs, refreshments, skits and con- versation made every evening memorable and fun. WOMEN ' S RUSH 12 PARENTS ' DAY The fourth annual Parents ' Day was held September 29, 1962. Co-Chairmen were Jack Beadles and Ray Radliff. 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 University Center. At the assembly, President McKay, faculty members and stu- dent leaders interpreted the nature of Million ' s educational curriculum and activities to the parents. Parents ate lunch at the University Center or the various social organizations. The big event of the afternoon was the BIG BLUE ' S football game. Augustana edged Millikin 14—13. X It began with a reception Activities night offers everyone from freshmen to seniors an op- portunity to sign up for the many organizations and activities on campus. This side of college life is equally important in shaping our future. The Millikin Pep Club, newly formed in 1962, is in charge of raising Millikin spirit and creating enthusi- asm. Under the direction of President Sarah Hitzeman and club advisor Pete Wincup, the group organized rallies and special cheering sections. Working closely with the Pep Committee were the cute and peppy Pom Pom Girls, also a ' 62 innovation. Spirts were high at Millikin MILLIKIN SPIRIT Pete and Sarah worked hard to support M U teams. 17 " YESTERYEARS AT M.U. Under the leadership of co-chairmen Sue Lindholm and Darryl Clausing, Homecoming 1962 was a great success. Built around the theme " Yesteryears at M.U., " homecoming week was full of fun, surprises, and renewed acquaint- ances. The week ' s activities began with an enthusiasm-raising, side-splitting chapel. While upper-classmen worked hard on float decorations, the freshmen tried in vain to win the traditional Freshman-Sophomore games. Friday night we all went West as the Homecoming show presented " Change in the Range. " This year ' s show was a musical comedy contrasting Millikin as it is with Millikin as alums might expect it to be. The bonfire and pep rally followed. Standing in pouring rain, all cheered as Jan Steinheimer was crowned queen by Dr. Paul McKay, president. Saturday morning the homecoming parade presented students, alums, and townspeople with bands and a great variety of floats. Saturday afternoon an enthusiastic crowd watched the Big Blue beat North Park for its first win of the season. The weekend was climaxed Saturday night with the annual Homecoming Dance, with Les Elegart and his orchestra providing the music. QUEEN JANET STEINHEIMER Delta Delta Delta 22 Janet Steinheimer, senior from St. Louis, reigned as Homecoming Queen. She was crowned at the pep rally-bonfire, and was pre- sented, along with her court, at the Homecom- ing dance October 20th. Active on campus, Jan served as a cheerleader for four years, and has been a member of the Student Council. She has been a Freshman Camp counselor, and has served as co-chairman of a Homecoming com- mittee. Last year Jan was chosen to be in Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. She was elected Sweetheart Queen her sophomore year, and was queen of the CCI Track Meet at MU last year. Jan ,an elementary education major, plans to teach upon gradua- tion this June. 24 25 The Queen and her court were presented But it was really worth it! Look, ma — no hands! FINE ARTS Pianist Sidney Foster opened the Fine Arts Series on Octo- ber 5, 1962. In November, the Oberlin String Quartet ap- peared on the campus. December brought violinist David Abel followed by baritone Herman Prey in February. The 1962- 1963 series was ended on April 19 with an outstanding pro- gram by exotic dancers Sujata and Asoka. Mrs. Elinor Gage is the Fine Arts Director. Sujata and Asoka Dancers 31 " But I want it here! ' Oh, Juliet, where art thou? T O W N A N D G O W N In November, Town and Gown presented ROMEO AND JULIET starring Broadway actor, Bill Hayes. In February, Town and Gown produced ALL THE WAY HOME, followed by THE MIRACLE WORKER in April. In addition, the group presented several one-act plays during the year. Romeo and Juliet ROW 1: Sally Vogel, Mary Jo Steinbach, Toni Shoczek. ROW 2: Jim Barry, Don Arenz, Dr. Mickel (Ad- viser), Larry Rietzel. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS National Collegiate Players is a national honorary dra- matics fraternity promoting an appreciation of the drama. The Millikin chapter was founded in 1957. Membership is based on University classification and on points earned by participation in dramatic productions and from classwork in dramatics. This year, in addition to student members, the chapter initiated Broadway actor Bill Hayes, who starred in Town and Gown ' s production of " Romeo and Juliet. " Mary Jo Steinbach is president of the Millikin chapter and Dr. Jere Mickel is chapter advisor. v I Bill Hayes, Broadway initiate, 1962 Co-chairmen Martha Evans and Al Ritz Under the direction of Co-chairmen Mar- tha Evans and Al Ritz, Student-Faculty Re- treat was held at Allerton House on Feb- ruary 2-3, 1963. This year ' s topic was " How Democratic Is Our Democracy? " s T U D E N T F A C U L T Y R E T R E A T HOLIDAYS The traditional (?) Christmas dance?! DOCTOR PAUL L. McKAY " . . . in the vision of an energetic PRESIDENT whose dreams we can help to make reality . . . " 40 CLYDE DENNIS Dean, College of Arts Sciences E. M. EDWARDS Comptroller JACK ALLEN Director of Admissions DONALD HENDRICKS Library 42 43 FRANK DILLEY Philosophy CHARLES DRAKE Business Administration JAMES DRENAN Chemistry RICHARD FERRY Educatior of FACULTY members whose genuine and deep . . . " LYNN FILLEY Business Administration JAMES FLINT Admissions DANIEL GAGE History Political Science ELINOR GAGE Speech English JACK GASTON Business Administration 45 DAVID GLASSCOCK Industrial Engineering RICHARD HOFFLAND Choral KENNETH LaROWE Organ and Theory 46 HENRY MAY Physical Education WILLIAM MERRITT Admissions FRIEDA MOESENER HUBERT NORVILLE RICHARD PAINE BERTHA PHARIS Piano and Organ Voice Business Administration Home Economics GEORGE POWNALL Sociology JOHN REEVES English FRANCES ROBISON Library 47 THEODORE THORSON Director of Bands PAULINE VOELCKER Home Economics GERALD WALDERA History Political Science WILLIS WALKER CARL WEATHERBEE HALICE WIGGS FRED WILL History and Political Science Chemistry Education Physical Education WILLIAM WILLIAMS Industry EDWARD WING Religion LAURIN WOLLAN History Political Science 49 Gertrude Munch Evelyn Nesler Evelyn Ozee Margaret Wiggs Lillian Woltmann Irene Wrigley 51 SENIORS . Class Officers — Janet Steinheimer, Larry Hoffman, Darryl Clausing, Carolyn Roltgen. ALLAN, MAREN ALLEN, JO ANN ALLEN, PHYLLIS ARENZ, DON — Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President 4; Tower Club 1,2,3,4, Presi- dent 2,- Campus Chest Comm. 2; Homecoming Comm. 2; Co-Chairman 3; Student Council 2,3; Student Union Board Co-Chairman 3,- Town and Gown 3,4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Millidek 4; National Collegiate 4. warn x v ' ft ■ . ' ARMSTRONG, BOB — Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Football 1,2,3,4,- Wrestling 1,2, Capt. 3,4; Class Vice Pres. 1,2; " M " Club 1,2,3,4; Freshman Camp Counselor 4; Town and Gown 4; Tower Club 2; German Club 3; Steagall Saran Athletic Award 3. ARRINGTON, JAMES ATCHISON, BETTY — Delta Delta Delta 1,2,3,4, Songleader 2,3,4,- Campus Chest Dance Chr. 2; Student Council Comm. 3 ; Parents Day Pres. Reception 2; Campus Chest Dance Queen 3; Campus Chest Sec. 4; Freshman Camp Counselor 4; SEA 2,3,4; CCI Queen Candidate 3. BATES, CAROL BATES, GEORGE BOUGHMAN, WAYNE BEADLES, JACK BELL, TODD BENNETT, MARGARET - Sigma Alpha lota 1,2,3,4, Pres. and Vice Pres.; Bawd 1,2,3; Orchestra 1; Univ. Chorus 3,4; R.E. Week Comm. 2; Pi Mu Theta Scholarship 2; National Federation of Music Clubs Scholarship; E.A.I. Alum- nae Scholarship. BERG, LINDA 55 BOLIN, JERRY — Millikin Marching and Concert Band 4; Independent Stu- dent Association 3,4. BOOTH, NANCY BRAY, BEV — Class Sec. 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 2,3; Student Coun- cil 2,3, Vice Pres. 3; Freshman Camp Co-Chrm. 4; Who ' s Who 3,4,- Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4, Rush Chrm. 3; Homecoming Queen ' s Court 4,- Campus Chest Car- nival Co-Chrm. 2. BRETZ, JUDY — Alpha Chi Omega 1,2,3,4, Rush Chrm. 3; SEA 3,4,- Parent ' s Day Comm. 2,3,4; Homecoming Comm. 3; Campus Chest Dance Chrm. 4; Student Council 2; Panhellenic Council 3; Mill idek 2,4; Co-Chrm. of Sweet- heart Dance 2,3; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3. BROWN, CARMEN BUNTING, DENNIS - Varsity Track 1,2; " M " Club 1,2,3,4; Delta Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3; Homecoming Comm. 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. BYRKIT, BOB - Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4 ; Phi Mu Alpha 1,2,3,4; SEA 3,4 Student Council Publicity and Social Comm. 3,4; Varsity Cross Country 1 " M " Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2; Intramurals 2,3,4 Dance Revue 1 . CATLIN, GARY CHAPMAN, LARRY — Delta Sigma Phi; Sigma Zeta; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Co- Capt. 4 ; " M " Club 1,2,3,4; SEA 3,4; Freshman Camp Comm. Co-Chrm. 3, General Co-Chrm. 4; Religious Emphasis Week Comm. 2 ; Campus Chest Comm. 3; Homecoming Comm. 4; Fine Art Comm. 4. CHLUMSKY, JERRY CLAUSING, DARRYL — Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Trainer,- Parents Day Comm. 2 ; SEA 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Co-Chrm. 4; Student Council 4; Class Pres. 4; Religious Week Comm.; Student Assistant in Industry Dept. 2,3,4. COATE, RALPH COFFMAN, BARBARA — Decaturian Staff 2,3 ; SEA 2; Conant Society 3,4; Resident Women ' s Association Council 3,4. COLEMAN, FRANKLIN - Phi Mu Alpha 1,2,3,4; Pres. 3; Greek Sing Co- Chrm. 2,3; SEA 4; Religious Life Commission 1,2,3,4; Religious Week Comm. 1,2,3,4; University Choir 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Show Musical Director 3; Opera Productions 1,2,3. 56 DAVID COPE — Tau Kappa Epsilon; Religious Emphasis Weak Co-Chrrn. 3; Freshman Camp Counselor 2,3,4; Class Pres. 3; Campus Chest Co-Chrm. of Carnival 3; Student Council 3; Homecoming Show 3,4; Phi Mu Alpha 1,2,3,4. PAULA CRAYCROFT VICTOR CUSHING N. G. DANIEL BOB DAVIDSON — Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alumni Chrm. 2. EARL De WERFF — Tau Kappa Epsilon; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2, " M " Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Joe Catlin Award. PAUL DIFANI JUDY DOGGETT JIM DRNEC MARION DUNCAN LINDA DUSTIN — Religious Emphasis Week Comm. 3; Parent ' s Day Comm. 4; Homecoming Comm. 4 ; WAA 3,4; University Center Board 3,4; Pi Beta Phi, Program Chrm. JIM EDWARDS KEITH ELBERT NANCY FLAMM 57 RON FRYSTAK — Sigma Zeta I; Newman Club 1; School Social Comm. 1,2; Nat. Rubber Co. Chemistry Award 1; Campus Chest Comm. 1,2; Rel. Em- phasis Week 2,3; Math. Assistantship 2; Physics Assistantship 3; Chemistry Assistantship 4; Alpha Kappa Lambda, steward 1, sec ' y 2,3; Intramural Mgr. 2,3, Pledge Master 3; I.F.C. 2,3,4. JANE FUESTING ROGER GADBERRY NANCY GARWOOD TOM GREANIAS FRANZ GROSSMAN VERN GURLEY MIKE HANES — Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Mu Alpha,- Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Captain 3,4; Orch. 1,2,3,4; Student Coun. Soc. Comm. 2,3; Tower Club 2,3; Fine Arts Comm. 2,3,4; Homecoming Parade Co-Chrmn. 3; Freshman Camp 4; Julius Caesar 2; Romeo and Juliet 4. m m CARLA HARRISON — Zeta Tau Alpha, House Mgr. 4 ; Sigma Alpha lota, Exec. Board 3,4; Band 1,2,- Chorus 1,3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; S.E.A. 1,2, 3,4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4,- Homecoming Show; Properties Chrmn. 3, stage Mgr. 4; Finian ' s Rainbow; Properties Chrmn. 3; Pi Mu Theta; Sec ' y-Treasurer 4. SUE HARRISON BETTE HARVEY JUDY HAWKINS BILL HAYWOOD WOLFGANG HECKEL 58 ALAN HENDRICKSON STEVE HENGST — Co-Chrmn. Freshman-Soph. Games 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 3; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Captain 3; Delta Siama Phi 1,2,3,4; S.E.A. 4; Lct- terman ' s Club 1,2,3,4, President 4. JUDY KOCH RUSSELL KOCH BARB KRETZER JIM MEYERS JEAN MICKELSON Inu Chi Pi 1,2,3,4, l-S.A. 3,4; Hom ; If lub 4, I k-« man Club 1,2, Historian 3, Secretary-Treasurer. LINDA MUSSO MARY LOU NEIN LARRY NEUZEL PAT NORTON — Alpha Chi Omega, pledge pres. 1, outstanding pledge 1, Rush Capt. 3, Social Chrmn. 2,4; Millidek, Clubs co-editor 4; S.E.A. 3,4; Homecom. Show 1,2,3,4; Homecom. Queen ' s Court 4; Homecom. Queen ' s Comm. 4; Student Coun. Soc. Comm. 1,2,3,4; Co-Chrmn. Sweetheart Dance 2. CHALLYS OLSEN DONA OLSON — Delta Delta Delta, 2nd Vice Pres. 3, Marshal 4; Tower Club 1,2,3,4, Sec ' y-Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Campus Chest Comm. 2,3,4, co-chrmn. 3,4; Student Coun. Publicity Co-Chrmn. 2,3; S.E.A. 2,4; Conant 3; Millidek Art staff 4; Town and Gown Set Designs, Publicity 4. FRED PLATTNER — Asst. Director Stage Mgr. of Spring Opera 1,2,3; Town and Gown 1,3,4; Asst. Conductor of Orchestra 3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Phi Mu Al- pha 1,2,3,4, Treas. 2. AL RADUENZEL CAROLYN RANKIN - Delta Delta Delta, Vice Pres., Pledge Trainer 3; Class Sec ' y 2, Vice Pres. 3 ; Freshman Camp Co-Chrmn. 3 ; S.E.A. 1,2,3,4, Sec ' y 2, Vice Pres. 4; Delta Sigma Phi Dream Girl 2; Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges and Universities 3,4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Phi Mu Theta, Vice Pres. 4. DAVID REED NANCY RICE — Pi Beta Phi, Exec. Council 2,3, Sec ' y 4; General Motors Scholarship 1,2,3,4; Conant 3,4, Sec ' y 4,- Pi Mu Theta A- Jr. Panhellenic Vice Pres. 1; Parents Day, Registration 2, Reception 3; R.E. Week Publicity 1, De- votions 2; Religious Life Discussion and Fellowship 1,2. DAN RIGGLE 61 DICK ROGERS — Social Comm. 3; Delta Sigma Phi, Rush Capt. 3, Recording Sec ' y 3,4; I.F.C. Treas. 3,4,- Intramurals 1,2,3,4. DAVID ROTH — Homecoming Comm. 3, Co-Chrmn., Homecom. Ticket Sales 4,- Tower Club 3; Intramurals 1,2; Illinois State Scholarship; Upperclassman Award 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilom Herald 1, Chronicler 2, Scholarship Chrmn. 3,4, Treas. 4; Levere Bldg. Corp. and Minerva Club Scholarship 2. CAROLYN ROLTGEN — Class Treas. 3, Class Vice Pres. 4; Delta Delta Delta: Librarian 2, Correspond. Sec ' y 3, Treas. 4; Tau Chi Pi, Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3; Rel. Life Service Comm. 1,2; Student Coun. Soc. Comm. 2; Freshman Camp Counselor and Registration Chrmn. 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges and Uni- versities. JOHN RUSSO - Intramural Sports 2,3,4; Time, Inc. Campus Representative 4. SHERRY SAPPENFIELD — Alpha Chi Omega, President 3, Pledge Trainer 4; Panhellenic Coun. Pres. 3; R.E. Week Comm. 1,2,3; Student Council Soc. Comm. 1,2; Millidek, Art Ed 3,4; S.E.A. 1,2,3, Publicity Co-Chrmn. 4; Cam- pus Chest Comm. 1,2,4; Student Affairs Sec ' y 3; Homecom. Dance Dec. Co- chr. MARIAN SCHNELLER SHEILA SHROUT LIBBY SCHWEIGERDT J - LAURA SCRIMPSHER FRANK SEMAN - Delta Sigma Phi: Sgt. at Arms, Vice Pres. (Pledge Class) S.E.A.; Baseball 3,4; Publicity Comm. Student Council. BILL SHEPPARD TERRY SIMONS — Tau Kappa Epsilon, I.M. Mgr. 2, Chaplain 3, Vice Pres. 4; Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 3,4; S.E.A. 2,3, Vice Pres. 4; " M " Club 1,2,3,4; Co-chr. Freshman-Sophomore Games 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. DEV PAL SINGH DAVID SIWECK 62 CHARLES SMITH NANCY STEWART — Zeta Tau Alpha 2,3,4; librarian 3,4; Fine Arts Comm. 4; Millikin Band 4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Millikin Sweetheart Candidate 3; Tower Club 1,2; French Club 1,2; Millidek 3; Decaturian 4; Town and Gown : " Julius Caesar " 2; " Romeo and Juliet " 4. SHARON STIEGEME1ER STAN STOWERS CALVIN STUCKEMEYER STUART SWAYZE SHIRLEY THOMASON - Tau Chi Pi 1,2,3,4; S.E.A. 1,2; Home Ec Club 4. DAVID SPEARMAN JERRY SPENCE JOHN STAEDKE — Student Council 2,3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4 ; I.F.C. Pres. 3; Cross Country 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 2,3 ; Track 1,2,3,4; Publications Bd. Treas. 3 ; Student Affairs 3,4; Who ' s Who 4 ; Freshman Camp Counselor 4,- Sigma Al- pha Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3; III. State scholarship 1 ,2,3,4; Chem. Asst. 4. MARY JO STEINBACH — University Band 1,2; Pi Mu Theta, Pres. 4 ; S.E.A. 4; Natl Collegiate Players 3,4, Pres. 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 2,3,4; Conant Society 3,4,- Town and Gown 2,3,4; " Sunrise at Campobello " 2, " Twelfth Night " 3 (Asst. Direct.) " Hitch Hiker " 3 (Direct.) " Romeo and Juliet " 4. RON STEINBERG — Tau Kappa Epsilon, Song Leader 2, Sr. Advisory Comm. Chr. 3,4; Phi Mu Alpha 1,2,3,4, Asst. Pledge Trainer 3, Vice Pres. 4 ; Student Council 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Young Republicans 1,2,4; S.E.A. 4; Homecoming Show 1,2,4, Band Director 4; Student Council Treasury Comm. 3. JANET STEINHEIMER — Class officer: sec ' y 2, treas. 3, sec ' y 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges Universities 3,4; Homecoming Show 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Homecoming Queen 4; Sweetheart Queen 3; C.C.I. Queen 3; Delta Delta Delta; Soc. Chr., Chaplain,- Gustman Scholar- ship 1,2,3. ■ ■ ■ CAROLYN THOMPSON JOE TRIMMER GLENDORA TRUEBLOOD JIM TURNER — Band 2,3,4; International Night Comm. 2; Upsilon Epsilon Tau 3,4; Student Council 4. JACK KOLB JACK USBORNE DON WALKER JIM WALKER — Millikin Choir 1,2,3,4; Chorus, I Paggliacci, La Boheme 1, " Outcasts of Poker ' s Flat " ; Chorus and bus. mgr., Finian ' s Rainbow 3 and Madame Butterfly 4; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; The Sinfonian ' s Men ' s Chorus 2,3; German Club 2; Asst. Bus. Admin. Dept. 2,3,4. DARRELL WATERS — Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Basketball 1,2; Track 2; " M " Club, Freshman Camp Coun- selor 3,4; Religious Life Comm. 3; Chem. Lab Asst. 3,4; S.E.A.; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. BOB WEBER I rifely KARL WEINNER CAROLE WESSLER - Sigma Alpha lota 1,2,3,4, sec ' y Pi Kappa Lambda 3,4; University Chorus 3,4, Band 1,2. JOYCE WEST 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; PETE WINCUP - Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Pres., Pledge Trainer; I.F.C., I.F.C. Delegate to Nat ' l Convention,- Class President 1; Bonfire Co-Chr. for homecoming; Campus Chest Comm. Chr. ; Freshman Camp Counselor; Student Asst. in Alumni Office, Sr. Class Invitation Comm. Chr. ROBERT WING — S.E.A. 3; Alpha Phi Omega 3,4, Recording Sec ' y; Home- coming Comm. 3,4; Chem. Lab Asst. 4; Millikin Scholarship 4. DONALD WOOTERS 64 P, Allen R. Amato G. Anderson J. Andrews S. Armsbury D. Ashby T. Ashman N. Augspurger L. Baird N. Baird F. Begeman E. Belangee M. Bensen H. Blair D. Blue B. Bowen N. Boyer S. Bradley D. Crittendon J. Crowhurst K. Cunningham E. Curry D. Danforth L. Davis M. De Hesus W. De Vos T. Disbrow B. Downs L. Hagenbuch B. Hamilton H. Hammond K. Hanke J. Harpstrite R. Harry M. Hauff D. Hayfon H. Hayward D. Heit S. Jarzembski G. Jeter D. Johnston D. Jones J. Jouott M. Jurgens J. Kelliher D. Kerr C. Key C. Kloker B. Knutson L. Kraakevik T. Krause D. Kriz G. Kufeldt R. Kwasny K. Laird L. Latherow M C. Leonard A. Levey B. Lickey S. Lazar G. Lebo M. Lehman N. Liebach A. Lovslett B. McBrien D. McCloud J. McMenamy M. McNeil R. McTaggart L. McWard N. Maxwe D. Mayfield P. Mettler B. Meyer J. Meyer J. Miller K. Mitchell M. Smith M. Smullon N. Smyth J. Snow L. Steele R. Steele D. Stevenson J. Stewart K. Sullivan J. Sunde J. Svob B. Swanson D. Sweeney K. Tappendorf M. Taylor M. Thorn G. Thomas L. Thomas R. Webb C. White H. White D. Williams R. Williams S. Wilson M. Wimberly R. Wittke N. Wittlich J. Yeakley V. Yueill P. Zeni L. Zientara R. Trueblood E. Turner M. Twentyman C. Volly F. Vrabee J. Ward W. Waters C. Wayne D. Webb C. Thompson N. Thompson D. Titus Student Council ROW 1: John Staedke, Karen Currier, Kathy Mathias, Leith Lorenz, Carolyn Rankin, Al Killpatrick, Gail Knobloch, Marty Kemp, Vicki Ewing, Gary Bowen, ROW 2: Ken Steffan, Sharon Mattern, Amy Michael, Pat Smith, Rita Hollingsworth, Julie Edwards, Carolyn Thompson, Carol Chapman, Barbara Fritch, Joan Alfeld, Bev. Lenz. ROW 3: John May, Bill Epperson, George Browning, Gary Watts, Mr. Sappington, Dr. Moore, Dr. Dilley, Gary Brooks, Jim Harris, Darryl Clausing, Jim Thompson, Dave Miller, Harris White. The Constitution of the Student Council defines 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 Student 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 student body is the most important single function of the Student Council. The Council carries out the will of the student 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, remem- bering their effect on campus conduct. 84 Student Council Officers STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS A. Killpatrick, Treasurer; J. Alfeld, Vice-President; J. Staedke, President; S. Matrern, Secretary. 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 ' j names are placed in the annual publication, " Who ' s Who VnO S VhO in American Colleges and Universities. " Tau 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 members for their future work in the busi- ness field. Business and its problems are dis- cussed, and qualified people from Decatur are asked to speak concerning the business world and its future. ROW 1: K. Lepp, P. Idzikowski, P. Hoeltgen, J. Fuesting, M. Reid, J. Michelson, C. Roeltgen. ROW 2: M. Keese, S. Norton. ROW 3: B. Webb, P. Mettler, A. Baker, J. Hanes, J. Lang, S. Thomason, M. Sparks Sponsor, N. Wirtlich, L. Richie, K. Golz, J. Lacey. Alpha Epsilon Rho Alpha Epsilon Rho, national Radio-Tele- vision fraternity, grants charters on cam- puses where the work in broadcasting is considered to be outstanding. Some students in Alpha Kappa chapter work as staff mem- bers at WTVP; others assist with the Tele- course on WCIA; still others work at radio stations,- and all are involved with the two- camera closed circuit operation on the cam- pus, where the specific project for the year has been the use of the CU in televised teaching. Assistance with this project has been given by the Industrial Engineering depart- ment. ROW 1: R. Mershon, M. LaMarsh, M. Steinbach. ROW 2: D. Arenz, J. Siloski, J. Usborne, G. Brooks, D. Crow. 86 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. Pi Mu Theta, honorary fraternity for sen- ior women, was founded at Millikin in 1912. Members are elected on the basis of schol- arship, service, and leadership. Several worthwhile service projects are carried out during the year; the most outstanding is a $100 scholarship each semester to a worthy junior woman. ROW 1: M. Schneller, E. Schweigerdt, M. Steinbach, J. Hawkins. ROW 2: N. Rice. 87 Pi Mu Theta Conant Conant Society is a literary group open to upperclass students with an interest in literature. Meetings are held once a month on Tuesday evenings. Programs include talks by faculty and students, reading, and discussions of literary topics. ROW 1: P. Craycroft, N. Rice, Mrs. Maxwell, L. Lorenz, L. Downs. ROW 2: D. Park, M. Steinbach, P. Schaller, M. Allan, J. Alfeld, B. Bowen. Pi Kappa Delta ROW 1: M. Allen, C. Yarrington. ROW 2: L. Perkins, J. Coffey, C. Rothe, C. Lamont, J. Downs, K. Kelly, R. Mershon. Pi Kappa Delta is a national forensic fraternity. The purpose of the organi- zation is to stimulate progress in and further the interests of intercollegiate speech activities. Membership is gained by participation in a specified number of speech events. This year Millikin ' s Illinois Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta attended several speech meets, and re- ceived several high ratings. 88 Student Education Association The Millikin Student Education Association, an affiliate of the National Education As- sociation and the Illinois Education Association, strives to orient its members to the teach- ing profession and to the programs of NEA and IEA. Opportunities for professional growth and leadership are fostered by working with other professional people and by serving on various committees of this active chapter. The officers for 1962-1963 are Larry Chapman, President; Carolyn Rankin, Vice- President; Kathy Matthias, Secretary; Faith Mericle, Treasurer,- Linda Cassell and Sharon Sappenfleld, Co-chairmen of Publicity. 89 ROW 1: Dr. Drenan, L. Chapman, K. Spitzer, M. Becker. ROW 2: A. Kill- patrick. ROW 3: B. Linder, E. Schweigerdt, J. Drnec. Sigma Zeta Sigma Zeta is a national science honorary society whose members represent majors in all fields of science who have maintained a 3.0 grade point average in their respective curriculum. Pi chapter of Sigma Zeta has presented numer- ous scientific films for student viewing and has assisted with the Illinois Association of High School Science Teachers con- vention. All in all, Pi chapter of Sigma Zeta at Millikin has attempted to encourage student interest in the sciences. ROW 1: P. Kirby, N. Flamm. ROW 2: S. Harrison, S. Hudson, S. Smith, S. Frahm, N. Booth, M. Bensen, S. Mattern, A. Vaughn. ROW 3: B. Pharis, J. Steinheimer, C. Roltgen, S. Thomason, C. Cooper, A. Michael, J. Edwards, M. Kemp, J. Han, C. Lefever. Home Economics is the field of knowledge and service primarily concerned with strengthening family life through education and research. The Home Economics Club carries on money-making and service projects throughout the year. Some of the monthly meetings this year consisted of visits to local industries. Membership is open to both majors and non-majors. Home Economics Club 90 Tower Club ROW 1: N. Bendell, A. Smock, L. Hokanson, D. Olson. ROW 2: L. Sei- fert, J. Gumm, B. St. John, B. Swanson, J. Looft, L. Downs, S. Hamman. ROW 3: H. Hammond, K. Kraft, A. Raduenzel, S. McWhirter, B. Shil- ling er, S. Hinton. Tower Club membership is open to anyone with an in- terest in art, and is sponsored by the Art Department. Tower Club annually sponsors a film festival in the spring of out- standing surrealistic and contemporary art films. Trips to art galleries in Decatur and nearby cities are also included dur- ing the year. This year ' s Tower Club officers are: President, Dona Ol- son,- Vice-President, Al Raduenzel; Treasurer, Judy Koch; Secretary, Sue McWhirter. Alpha Phi Omega ROW 1: P. Scott, W. Danyer, R. Wing, M. Hansen. ROW 2: C. Powell, R. Wittke, L. Reich, R. Hebb, B. Albbrecht, C. Finklea, R. Diemel. Alpha Phi Omega is the recognized service fraternity on campus. Founded in 1946, Eta Epsilon chapter now boasts a membership of over 20 men. The three cardinal principles of the fraternity are leadership, friendship, and service. This chapter at Millikin tries to fulfill these obligations by par- ticipating in various worthwhile service projects both on and off campus. Last year, such varied activities as the sponsor- ing of the Red Cross Bloodmobile, ushering at Town and Gown plays, and participating in the city Boy Scout pro- gram were accomplished by this chapter. The President is Jack Usborne; Faculty Advisor is Dean Moore; and Alumni and Scouting Advisor is Warren Danzer. Increased enrollment, new uniforms, and a number of outside appearances all com- bined to make 1962-63 a banner year for the Millikin Band. In the fall, emphasis is on the 80 piece marching band ' s performances at football games. The first trip in a number of years was made to Naperville where the band was featured at the North Central Homecoming game. The major emphasis on the band during the school year is as a medium for the performance of serious music. The 70 piece concert band presented eight concerts during the school year. Membership in the band is divided equally between music majors and students in other school s of the University. Director of the Band is Dr. Theodore Thorson. 92 The Millikin Symphony Orchestra is composed of Millikin students and townspeople, under the direction of Mr. Paul Skinner. This year the orchestra combined with the University Chorus for the presentation of the " Messiah. " The orchestra appears in concert performance once each semester. 93 Millikin Choir Membership in the University ' s choir is composed of 55 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 to maintain an adequate academic rec- ord are accepted. The choir strives for the highest artistic excellence, as it performs representative choral literature of all periods. Each year the choir takes two tours. 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 three long- ploy records available, all pressed by Columbia. 94 University Chorus The University Chorus is made up of Millikin students and adults from the community who join it in singing great classical literature. The group meets once a week for a two- hour rehearsal and is largely responsible for two concerts a year, one usually with the University ' s orchestra. During the Christmas season they join with the orchestra in pre- senting the " Messiah. " Membership is open to anyone, both students and community, for credit or non-credit. 95 ROW 1: H. Elam, M. Connors, M. Hall. ROW 2: P. Meils, M. Taylor, M. Mulliken, M. Kemp, L. Barckley, S. Harrison, C. Schmohe. Resident Women ' s Association The Resident Women ' s Association Council is composed of representatives from each of the women ' s residence halls. The organization endeavors to foster a feeling of unity among resident women, to provide an organized method of self-expression for the group, to furnish a means for promoting group living conditions in the resi- dent halls, and to organize a social program for resident women. ROW 1: G. Wyrick, I. Hall, G. Lytle, L. Jeffers. ROW 2: L. Kummer, R. Hollingsworth, R. Peel, E. Hopkins, H. Cherry. Housemothers The resident director for each dorm is always available for advice and counseling. As a group the resident direc- tors have a refining influence on the campus as a whole. Their friendliness and cooperation are always appreci- ated by the resident women. Their responsibilities include discipline, social education, and effective functioning of the dorms. 96 Religious Life Committee and Commissions Service Commission ROW 1: C. Kloker, L. Provow, K. Matthias. ROW 2: H. Elam, A. Roduenzel, B. Gage. ROW 1: V. Ewing, B. Gage, C. Rawkin. ROW 2: Dr. T. Thorsen. B. Haywood, D. Moore. The Religious Life Committee is in charge of all religiously oriented activities on the Millikin campus. Besides morning devotions and special vespers pro- grams, it also sponsors freshman camp, Religious Emphasis Week, the Asian Book Drive, and many other worthwhile events. This year it initiated a new Sunday morning Campus Worship Service in Malone Chapel, and continued the " Seekers " group. Discussion and Fellowship Commission ROW 1: M. Bond, C. Kloker, R. Hollingsworth, E. Maxwell. ROW 2: R. Amato, B. Sheppard, J. Amato, N. Boyer, D. Williams, B. Haywood. Worship Commission ROW 1: M. Enderli, C. Cooper, J. Gerber, S. Vogel, E. Maxwell, K. Currier, B. Grant. ROW 2: F. Coleman, R. Deimel, V. Ewing, K. Jackson, S. Snider, J. Moffit, D. Miller, D. Williams. Dean B. L. Kerns, Allen Killpatrick, Karen Lepp, Carol Allan, Al Ritz, Linda Downs, Barbara Linder, Mar- ian Faser. Publications Board The Publications Board is composed of Dean Byron L. Kerns, the editors, business managers, pho- tographers and advisors to student publications. An executive committee responsible to the Student Council, the Publications Board deals with the area of student publications. The Board reviews applicants for publication posi- tions and recommends to the Student Council which applicants are qualified and preferred. Photographers Stu and Mike Publications Photographers The photographers of the various school publica- tions are responsible for both taking and developing all the pictures that are used in the Mil lidek, the Decaturian, and the Student Handbook. This year Stu Parr and Mike McNeil served as publications photographers. 98 Karen Lepp, Handbook Editor Marian Faser, Student Directory Editor Student Handbook The Student Handbook is published during the summer and is sent to all freshmen and new students. The handbook informs students of the standards, activities, organizations, and other important aspects of Millikin life. Student Directory Marian Faser was this year ' s editor of the Student- Faculty Directory. The Directory contains the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all Millikin stu- dents and faculty. It is published each year through the Admissions Office. A student is elected editor and manager, sells advertising, and assembles the information on the students. 99 Decaturian And these are the people who published the 1962- 1963 Decaturian, Millikin ' s weekly student newspaper. These are the people to whom the Dec was more than a weekly newspaper ... it was their creation. The Dec became their accomplishments, their mistakes, their bylines, and their opinions. Through them it became more than an activity — it became an effort in personal growth and learning. Through them the Dec attempted to inform, instruct, and entertain Millikin University. Under the supervision of Editor Carol Allan, Business Manager Al Ritz, and Advisor Mr. Jerry Redford the Dec progressed and grew throughout the year. Carol Allan, Editor ROW 1: D. Miller, S. Fotzler, C. Allan, J. Disbrow, C. Dustin, J. Pass, M. Fazer, D. Wil- liams. ROW 2: M. Allan, L. Henry, N. Stewart, M. Bord, S. Bradley, P. Zeni, L. Perkins, M. Twentyman, A. Ritz. Dec Staff 100 Larry Henry, Sports Editor 101 Mr. William Krueger Faculty Adviser Millidek From the time the editors first decided on this year ' s theme until the day the book was sent to the publisher, many people worked long and hard. The staff soon found that the future takes shape slowly. The editors wish to give a hearty thanks to all staff members and Mr. Krueger, our advisor. We hope the students and faculty will enjoy the 1963 Millidek as much as we enjoyed preparing it. Sam McClugage, Business Manager Barbara Linder and Linda Downs Co-Editors 102 Pat Norton, Terry Blackley Clubs Co-Editors Bill Hughes Sports Editor Martha Orr, Karen Roots Betty Atchison Jean Coffey Class Editors Bonnie Brooks Typist 103 Officers: Judy Koch, Sheila Shrout, Barb Under, Sherry Sappenfield. The Alpha Chi ' s started the year off by pledging fourteen lovely young women. In the fall we held our traditional Street Dance to honor the new pledges. The year 1962-1963 saw the Alpha Chi ' s busy on campus, participating in many school organizations and activities. Sharon Mattern was elected Student Council sec- retary. Faith Mericle was elected treasurer of the Student Education Association, and Sherry Sappenfield was chosen publicity co-chairman of that organization. Judy Koch was secretary-treasurer of Tower Club. Judy Hawkins and Marian Schneller were elected to Pi Mu Theta. Marian was also chosen corresponding secretary of Sigma Alpha lota. Sue Vaughan was elected secre- tary of the freshman class. Barb Linder was secretary-treasurer of Sigma Zeta and co-editor of the MILLIDEK. Other members of the MILLIDEK staff included Sheila Shrout, Greek editor; Pat Norton, organiza- tions co-editor; Martha Orr and Jean Coffey, class editors; Sherry Sappenfield, art editor,- and Bonnie Brooks, head typist. Sharon Mattern and Bonnie Brooks were members of the Chapel Program Planning Committee. Amy Michael served on the Social Committee of the University Board. The Alpha Chi ' s enjoyed other social activities during the year. These included a Christmas house dance, the annual Christmas party for underprivileged children, the pledge dance, and the spring formal. In May, Upsilon celebrated its fiftieth anniversary on the Millikin campus. Our sincere appreciation goes to our housemother, " Mom D " ; our chapter advisor, Mrs. Richard Dechert; and our faculty advisors, Dr. and Mrs. Oren McClure. With the help of these people, we enjoyed a very successful year. 106 ROW 1: J. Koch, J. Hawkins, P. Norton, Mrs. Dodson, S. Shrout, M. Schneller, S. Sappenfield, J. Bretz. ROW 2: A. Michael, B. Brooks, M. Orr, W. DeVos, F. Mericle, S. Mattern, D. Van, S. Smith, J. Bunce, S. Bernardini, M. Howell, B. Cook, J. Coffey, B. Linder. ROW 3: B. Schillinger, P. Jones, B. St. John, K. Yuell, P. Stewart, A. Baker, B. Decker, S. Vaughan, I. Runge, A. Vaughan, L. Siefert, A. McNeal. Officers: Carolyn Rankin, Linda Cassell, Jean Gerber, Carolyn Roltgen. After the June celebration of Delta Epsilon ' s founding at Millikin in 1912, the Deltas eagerly started into the 1962-63 school year. They began by pledging fourteen young women to the silver, gold and blue. The year successfully started with the election of class officers Nancy Wittlich, fresh- man; Pat Hoeltgen and Karen Roots, sophomore; Loreta Cearlock and Sue Munsie, junior and Carolyn Roltgen and Jan Steinheimer, senior. As Vice President of Student Council, Joanne Alfeld served as a member of University Center Board, as did Judy Lacey and Linda Short. Joanne Alfeld, Loretta Cearlock, and Jan Steinheimer were elected varsity cheerleaders, and Linda Bruniga and Lois Richie served as alternates. Appointed to positions were co-chairman Karen Roots, Student Activities Night; Sue Munsie, Religious Emphasis Week; Sue Lindholm, Homecoming,- and Carolyn Rankin, Reli- gious Life Committee. Jan Steinheimer reigned as Homecoming Queen. Two of the S.E.A. offices were filled by Kathy Matthias and Carolyn Rankin. Linda Cassell was elected Illinois State Vice-President o f S.E.A. Leading Panhellenic Council was Linda Short. Seen on stage were Marilyn LaMarsh, playing opposite Bill Hayes in Romeo and Juliet, and Roberta Vest in Madame Butterfly. Named to ' Who ' s Who " were Joanne Alfeld, Carolyn Rankin, Carolyn Roltgen and Jan Steinheimer. Jean Gerber was initiated into Sigma Zeta and Linda Provow into Phi Kappa Phi. The sincerest appreciation is extended to our gracious housemother, Mrs. P. G. Picknell; to our faculty advisors, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Merwin,- and to our chapter advisor, Mrs. W. J. Redlich. 108 ROW 1: J. Stienhiemer, S. Lindholm, L. Musso, J. Gerber, Mrs. Picknell, D. Ol- sen, C. Roltgen, B. Atchison, C. Rankin. ROW 2: S. Snyder, L. Bruniga, P. Hoelt- gen, S. Olson, C. Karowsky, L. Cassell, L. Provow, J. Alfeld, B. Cordes, N. Niklioh, L. Short, S. Munsie, L. Cearlock, J. Lacey, D. Steffan, L. Richey, K. Roots, K. Matthias, P. Grove, S. Frahm. ROW 3: J. Nanny, M. LaMarsh, B. Webb, J. Rubley, K. Rubins, N. Smyth, N. Wittlich, D. Webb, C. Camp, D. Devin, B. Fritch, D. Fuesting, D. Williams. Who said houseboys have it rough? Finally — a biddable hand! 109 The 1962-1963 school year proved to be quite successful for the Illinois Eta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi. The Pi Phis were very pleased to welcome their twenty new, enthusiastic pledges to the bonds of wine and silver blue. As usual, the Pi Phis were extremely busy on Millikin ' s campus this year. Beverly Bray served as co-chairman of Freshman Camp, while Judy Hutton served as Social Chair- man for Student Council. Beverly and Judy were re-elected to the position of cheer- leading regulars; Linda Richardson joined the squad as a regular,- and Barb Carlin joined as an alternate. Beverly Lenz was Campus Chest co-chairman. Linda Downs was a Co-editor of the MILLIDEK, and Julie Edwards was a representative on the Student-Faculty University Center Board. Nancy Rice and Roz Cordts were initiated into Pi Mu Theta. The active chapter and the Pi Phi Alumnae Club worked together on the presentation of a style show which was held at South Side Country Club on November 16, 1962, from 2-5 p.m. Several of the girls, including Mrs. Cottle, were models, and other mem- bers of the chapter provided entertainment. The pledges sponsored a pledge dance for the actives on November 17, 1962. The theme, The Sheik of ARROW B, was revealed to the actives on the pledge walk-out. A Christmas party and a date dinner highlighted the Christmas season. The Pi Phis extend a most sincere thank-you to their housemother, Mrs. Guy Cottle, their faculty advisors, Mr. Mrs. E. M. Edwards, and their chapter advisor, Mrs. J. Rob- ert Hill, for giving the chapter their cooperation and inspiration this last year. 110 ROW 1: I. Anderson, J. Dykema, C. Thompson, M. Wimberly, C. Phifer, B. Downs, L. Latherow. ROW 2: J. Edwards, L. Dustin, B. Bray, J. Hutton, Mrs. Cottle, N. McClelland, N, Rice. L, Downs, M. Swanson. ROW 3: L. Richardson, J. Powel, B. Lenz, M. Evans, B. Gage, J. Goold, M. Suter, C. Wilson, B. Clarke, B. Carlin, P. Edie, N. Cope, D. Heit. ROW 4: J. Nanney, L. Chaney, T. Taylor, M. Gisolo, B. Tobyne, S. Mullins, S. Hitzeman, A. Roe, L. Steele, S. Hamman, J. Looft, C. Kloker. What if it rains? : , ■■■ We ' ve only got two hours! in A U Officers: Barb Bauman, Marianne Becker, Dianne Janssen. Ending their fiftieth year on Millikin ' s campus, the Zetas returned to the busy college life of studies and activities. The year started off right when we won the coveted Achieve- ment Award at the 1962 National Convention, and we pledged sixteen young women during rush. Homecoming was hectic but most worthwhile since we won first place in the Women ' s Float Division with " Record A Victory. " Karen Newcome did a marvelous job as co-chair- man of the Homecoming show " Rhythm Ranch. " Sue McWhirter, Karen Lepp, Carol Chapman, Martha Jordan, Carol Farkas, and Paula Craycroft all worked hard towards the success of Homecoming preparations. Carol Farkas represented Zeta Tau Alpha as our Homecoming Queen candidate. We were also very happy to celebrate our 50th an- niversary at Homecoming time. Many positions of leadership are held by Zetas on campus this year. Vicki Ewing was appointed as a member of the Religious Life Committee; Diane Jannsen and Carla Harri- son were elected to Who ' s Who,- Joan Gentala was song leader at Freshman Camp; and Diane Janssen is song leader of Sigma Alpha lota. Marianne Becker is treasurer of W.A.A., and she was also elected to Sigma Zeta. Marian Faser was editor of the Student Directory. Our thanks are sincerely extended to our housemother, Mrs. Edna Houghton; our chapter advisor, Mrs. Dwight Nelson,- and our faculty advisors, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Red- ford. 112 ROW 1: T. Skoczek, C. Harrison, M. McClure, B. Johnston, M. Becker, Mrs. bury, K. Newcomb, G. Martin, L. Jones. ROW 3: J. Ward, G. Hindly, D. Criz, Houghton, B. Bauman, C. Farkas, P. Craycroft, N. Stewart. ROW 2: J. Ze lnick, B. Moore, S. Hinton, H. Elam, K. Lepp, M. Bond, N. Ausberger, J. Walker, S. S. Norton, M. Jordan, M. Henderson, M. Convicka, B. Boyer, M. Fraser, C. Sebens, P. Simms, D. Barnhart, R. McTaggert. Chapman, J. Wade, S. McWhirter, V. Ewing, J. Gentala, D. Ritzel, S. Arms- Seminar on the stairway 113 The men of Alpha Kappa Lambda look back on this year with a memory of happy times and hard work. This milestone year — in March we celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Sigma Phi Alpha, our parent group, on the Millikin campus — found the AKLs enjoying that brotherhood and social life found only in fraternity life. The year began with a fine group of new pledges. Numerous highly successful dances were held, such as the Hawaiian dance, the annual Go to Hell with AKL dance, and the formal, as well as informal parties, such as hayrides and our Christmas party. The year again closed with our highly successful third annual AKL Olympics Week, which ended with an all-school dance. There was also increased participation by AKLs in campus activities and organiza- tions. As this year ends, already plans are being made for our celebration next year of the fiftieth anniversary of National Alpha Kappa Lambda. With increased participation in university activities and a growing national fraternity, it can truly be said that " AKL is on the move. " 114 Delta Sigma Phi — The Fraternity of Engineered Leadership — spent the 1962-63 year in traditional successful fashion of leadership in campus activities. Al Ritz was business manager of the Decaturian and co-chairman of Student-Faculty Retreat. Jim Bader was president of the junior class. Gary Brooks was president of the local chapter of Alpha Epsilon Rho and vice president of the national organization. Larry Chapman was co-chairman of Freshman Camp and president of S.E.A. Ray Radliff was co-chairman of Parents ' Day. The Delta Sigs continued their excellence on Millikin ' s athletic teams with lettermen in all sports. Socially, we enjoyed the ever popular Sailors ' Ball as well as many other dances and parties and other informal gatherings. President Bob Martin and the other men of Delta Sigma Phi wish to thank our gracious housemother, Mrs. Harry Moothart; and our faculty advisor, Mr. Sappington, for the help they have given all of us. 116 ROW 1: D. Bunting, B. Martin, Mrs. Moothart, J. Bader, R. Rogers ROW 2: Ritz ROW 4: M. Petersen, T. Ashman, S. Helm, C. Siebel, D. Blue ROW 5: J. M. Waller, D. Husted, F. Seman, D. Brobst, S. Hengst, J. Williams, L. Neuzel, Black, M. Smullen, D. Johnston, M. Reid, J. Armon, D. Ferris, T. Dietrich, D. M. Lents, D. Farris ROW 3: L. Barry, G. ' Brooks, L. Chapmam, L. Reitzel, A. Gulick, J. McHenry, D. Rupert, B. Hamilton, L. Potsos, B. Corum, H. Ponder. 117 Officers: Bob Armstrong, Dove Roth, Don Arenz. The men of Illinois Delta chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon have just finished another rewarding year. When the 1962-63 academic year began, these men were greeted with a new housemother, Mrs. Ruth Barnes; a new faculty advisor, Mr. Anderson,- and a new cook, Mrs. Mary Jordan. These people, a redecorated house and an excellent pledge class of 22 men effected a " new look " at the Sig Alph house. Having commenced the fall semester on such a pleasing note, we then began to explore the various frontiers of college life. The first frontier, activities, was invaded by many Sig Alphs. John Staedke was elected president of the Student Council and a member of " Who ' s Who. " George Browing, John May, Gary Watts, and Bill Epperson represented our house on the Student Council. When the results of the class elections were announced, four men had won offices: Larry " Ram- sey " Hoffman, treasurer of the senior class; Jerry Imming, junior class vice president; Gerorge Browning, sophomore president; and Bill Epperson, freshman president. In the realm of sports, we have many athletes including three captains: Craig Thies, football; Bob Armstrong, wrestling,- and Tom McCawley, tennis. We also boast many other brothers in responsible positions, such as Sam McCluggage, business editor of the Millidek. The fraternity as a whole showed its unity and creativeness in winning the Homecoming float award for its float, " The First Southern Fraternity Moves North to J.M.U. " In addi- tion to our political and athletic activities, we also sponsored many social activities including the " Polynesian Paradise " pledge dance, many record dances, the " Pajama Dance " and the Spring Formal. Sigma Alpha Epsilon is presently tackling another frontier, improvement. Being aware of the evils of satisfaction, we are constantly striving to improve our collegiate chapter. Our first step in this direction was a week-end retreat at Allerton Park as an introspec- tion of fraternity ideals and procedures. 118 ROW 1: D. Garver, T. McCawley, J. Downs, C. Thies ROW 2: J. Imming, D. Riggle, M. Hanes, D. Arenz, Mrs. Barnes, B. Armstrong, D. Roth, D. Hughes, L. Hoffman ROW 3: G. Watts, K. Becker, T. Heffernan, J. Chlumsky, F. Cycholl, J. Kolb, P. Wincup, F. Campbell, K. Dexheimer, J. Hohenbary, F. Begeman, M. Skirha, D. Schmidt, D. Keller ROW 4: J. Brissinden, G. Browning, B. Schoe P. Staley, J. Staedke, B. Davidson, B. Madigan, L. Foster, J. Hendrian Folkers, D. Troemper, K. Blair, D. Hale. ROW 1: S. Wilson, D. Riggle, J. Kolb, L. Hokanson, J. Overholt, R. Goodbar ROW 2: R. Scrimpsher, J. Clark, B. Becker, P. Zeni, J. Stewart, J. Davis ROW 3: D. Koeninstein, K. Mitchell, C. Key, L. Delflno, B. Epper- son, D. McCloud. The 1962-63 school year proved another successful one for the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Many Tekes were active in several school activities. Darryl Clausing was elected president of the Senior Class and served as co-chairman of Homecoming. Jack Beadles was co-chairman of Parents ' Day. Bill Haywood was president of Phi Chi Alpha and was elected to Phi Kappa Phi. Ken Steffan was elected Student Council president for the coming year. Several Tekes played on Million ' s athletic teams. The chapter won the Campus Chest award for raising the most money at the carnival by their booth. Exchanges, house dances and picnics led to a great year socially. All were well at- tended and enjoyed by all. Led by President Jack Beadles, the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon wish to thank their housemother, Mrs. Gloria Graham, for her support and cooperation; their faculty advisor, Mr. Synder; and their cook, " Grandma Sloan, " who finished her sixteenth year in her position. 120 ROW 1: H. Russell, D. Ashby, K. Steffan, R. Steinberg, D. Cupe, S. Clemens ROW 2: T. Greanias, V. Sloan, B. Knutson, B. Wedeles, B. Bowen, J. Koys, D. Cope, V. Fitch ROW 3: B. Carnahan, B. Haywood, T. Simons, J. Beadles, Mrs. Graham, D. Clausing, J. Harris, J. Keeley, J . Butts ROW 4: M. DeHesus, D. Park, J. Robinson, G. Anderson, N. Bendell, N. King, N. Bristow, E. DeWerff, D. Waters, J. McConnell, A. Demange, J. Polacek, J. Thompson, A. Raduenzal, J. Brockway ROW 5: J. Amato, R. Amato, T. Blackley, B. Lyman, P. Allen, R. Richardson, J. Punis, G. Gilleland, P. Rosenquist, J. Ragsdale, R. Stupp, D. Van Lysel, D. Herzberger, R. Swolley, B. Byrkit, A. Smock, J. Harson, S. Newell. ROW 1: M. McNeil, D. Stevenson, D. Preston, M. Fike, Mrs. Graham, D. Claus- ing, W. Waters, B. Meyer, B. Householder ROW 2: D. Titus, J. Allen, B. Mc- Brien, T. Parker, T. Byrkit, B. Knutson, D. Paton, J. Hille, J. Kelliher, D. Schme- zel, R. Hubbard, C. Voitz, R. Ryan, G. Bourne ROW 3: R. Steele, R. Hussman, B. Shivley, R. Guy, D. Patty, S. Parr, J. Budde, R. Jones, H. Hayward, G. Kufeldt, D. Sloan, D. Kunkel, J. Meyer, B. Hawkins. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha lota, women ' s professional music fra- ternity, encourages musicianship on the campus, in the community, and throughout the world. Member- ship in the fraternity is based on musical and aca- demic excellence. Sigma Alpha lota sponsors many worthwhile activ- ities both on and off campus. This year SAI and Phi Mu Alpha co-sponsored Puccini ' s Madame Butterfly and the annual Lantern Parade honoring the gradu- ating seniors. Officers (top): Carla Harrison, Marian Scheller, Carol Wessler, Margorie Ben- nett, Gail Knobloch, Emma Jean Maxwell, Georgia McConnaughay. ROW 1: W. DeVos, R. Eckert, J. Sydlowski, G. McConnaughay, Maxwell, R. Buttel, C. Wessler, M. Nein, C. Harrison, B. Barrow, B. Brooks ROW 2: K. Newcome, D. Jannsen, R. Vest, M. Schnel- C. Schmohe. ler, M. Bennett, G. Knobloch, S. Vogel, M. Howell ROW 3: E. ROW 1: J. Trowbridge, F. Contreras, R. Steinberg, B. Byrkit, J. Foster, ' B. Shepherd, G. Messerly. ROW 2: H. Hayden, T. Blackley, J. Hendricks, J. Usborne, G. Haist, J. Sutton, D. Workman, D. Mc- Cloud, G. Moore, D. Cope, S. Mallison, J. Brockway, P. Skinner ROW 3: G. Anderson, B. Oman, B. Webb, F. Plattner, J. Walker, F. Coleman, M. Armistead, B. Epperson, C. Mills. PHI MU ALPHA Officers: C. Mills, N. Hayden, J. Walker, G. Anderson, R. Steinberg, S. Mallison Faculty Advisor: Paul Skinner. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national men ' s music fraternity open to any stu- dent interested in music. The fraternity aims to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual wel- fare 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 is widely recognized for the excellence of its men ' s chorus. The Sin- fonians. I.S.A. The function of the Independent Student Association is to provide social, governmental and educational opportunities for all independent students on the Millikin campus. All stu- dents hold membership in this association unless they decide to join one of the Greek social organizations. Neither attend- ance at meetings nor active support are required of the mem- bers of this association. I.S.A. is directed by an Executive Board that consists of in- dependent representatives to Student Council. The chairman of the Executive Board is William Sheppard. This year the I.S.A. has sponsored several informal dis- cussions, dances, and money making projects. At the present time it is in the process of organizing some debates with stu- dent and faculty r egarding contemporary controversial issues. Students sign up at STANDING: P. Smith, S. Huddlson, R. Sudkamp, C. Cathorall, G. Bowan, K. Reed, K. Kelley SITTING: S. Rothe, S. Hollinger, L. Huffman, C. Rothe, K. Currier, J. Pass, B. Swanson, M. Kemp, B. Sheppard, J Price, D. Miller, M. Connors. 124 UPSILON EPSILON TAU Officers: J. Meyers, J. Turner, B. Kimmons, D. Spearman. Upsilon Epsilon Tau was organized on Millikin ' s campus in 1955. It underwent a reorganization this year; a constitu- tion was adopted and it was re-elected to Student Council. Membership is open to all veterans at Millikin. This year twenty men were active members. The men had a Christmas supper and gave Christmas baskets to two needy families. In May the Founder ' s Day Din- ner was held. The VETs also had a float in the Homecoming Parade and sponsored a booth at the Campus Chest Carnival. THE LIFE OF A FRAT MAN . . . begins with food . . . 126 CHEERLEADERS The 1962-63 cheerleading squad was chosen by the stu- dent body early in the school year at the annual cheer- leading assembly. Returning to the squad as regulars were Beverly Bray, Loretta Cearlock, Judy Hutton, and Janet Steinheimer. New on the regular squad this year were Joan Alfeld and Linda Richardson. Elected as alternates were Linda Bruninga, Barbara Carlin, and Lois Richie. This year the cheerleaders conducted eight cheerlead- ing clinics for all girls interested in trying out for the 1963- 64 squad. The cheerleaders were also greatly helped this year by the newly formed Pep Club. FRONT: Jan Steinheimer, Linda Richardson, BACK: Judy Hutton, Beverly Bray, Joan Alfeld, Loretta Cearlock. The Cheerleaders at Homecoming COACHES Ralph Allan Coach: Cross Country 131 Henry May Coach: Baseball Football WRESTLING ROW 1: Bob Shively, Craig Thies, Terry Simons, Charles Haug ROW 2: Ed Hawthorne, Doug Zemke, Bob Armstrong, Mark Cannon. The Wrestling team had a very fine year with a rec- ord of 6—2—2 in dual matches and a 5th place in the Knox Invitational and a tie for 2nd in the Millikin Invita- tional. In the Conference Tournament, the Big Blue finished third. Bob Armstrong, Doug Zemke, and Craig Thies were first-place winners in their respective classes. Coach Henry May, in his first year as head coach, is already looking forward to next year ' s schedule. He will have most of the boys back next season. 132 WRESTLING CROSS COUNTRY Under the direction of Coach Ralph Allan, the Cross-country team had an- other fine season behind the running of Larry Barry and Ken Spitzer and a host of fine underclassmen. The team was unsuccessful in defend- ing their conference championship of last year as they ended up second in the conference meet. The team was without the services of last year ' s Captain, John Staedke. ROW 1: Mark Cannon, Larry Barry, Ken Spitzer, Mike Fike, Rich Henke. 133 ROW ONE: D. McCloud, C. Haug, N. Bennett, E. Hawthorne, M. Baron, D. Munn, B. Armstrong, M. DeHesus, W. Hodges, R. Hall, B. Hamilton. ROW TWO: F. Christener, T. Toney, J. May, M. Jurgens, T. Dietrich, R. Koch, A. Domesick, F. Davis, J. Helm, G. Velchek, C. Thies, J. Buchanan, B. Jones. ROW THREE: D. Ferris, FOOTBALL Fred Will, in his first season as head football coach at Millikin, had many frustrating moments during the first half of the Big Blue ' s schedule. Getting off to a sluggish start against Normal, the Big Blue sustained many injuries that sidelined key players in Millikin ' s attack. Millikin showed promise in the game against Augustana, but time ran out and the score stood 14—13, with the Big Blue down by one. For the next two games, Millikin ' s offense and defense sparkled, but they couldn ' t put the two together. Finally the psychology wore off, and Millikin got its first victory of the season by trouncing North Park 21—0 with the largest crowd of the year in attendance. Millikin was rolling hard and in the end, North Central, Illinois Wesleyan, and Lake Forest lay in the wake of a determined football team. It is by no means an easy task to take over a team that has won the conference championship the previous year. Everyone expects another perfect season. It is even a harder task when de- feat comes,- the team and coaches must start all over again. Fred Will and his staff did a tremendous job in coaching the football team this year, and Millikin can be proud of them and of the players who worked so hard. 134 J. Brissenden, D. Blue, J. Jackson, R. Radliff, C. Siebel, M. Farr, B. Maddigan, J. McHenry, S. Lee, R. Lunn, K. McGhie, M. Reed, R. Davenport, A. Ritz. 1962 135 ROW 1: S. Helm, N. Bristow, D. Gulick, E. DeWerff, S. Hengst, L. McCrary, J. Ragsdale. ROW 2: J. Black, J. Bader, P. Hood, D. Walker, G. Gilleland, T. Ashman, D. Keller. BASKETBALL BASKETBALL Norm Bristow Dick Gulick The Big Blue got off to a fine start this year thanks to mentor Don Williams, who has just come to us this year from Florida. Coach Williams had an unusually fine record as a high school basketball coach, and has come to Millikin to try to raise the standard of basketball at the University. Earl Dewerff, Steve Hengst, and Captain Don Walker, all seniors and veterans, leading the way, Millikin scored a victory in its first encounter over Illinois College. However, the Big Blue had its trouble during the season, producing an uncomparable offen- sive threat one time, and giving creditable defensive effort another game, but never seeming to be capable of combining the two. Thus, the team ' s record is not really indicative of their performance for the season. There have been several bright spots this year of which the players and coach can all be proud. The first occurred when the Big Blue defeated Eas- tern 82—79, and the second game only four days later when they trounced arch rival Illinois Wesleyan 94—62 after suffering a loss by 29 points earlier in the year to the same team. That was Millikin ' s first victory over Wesleyan in five years. Millikin and Coach Williams have two freshmen, six sophomores, and four juniors for next year ' s nucleus, indicating a bright future for the Big Blue. Earl DeWerff Steve Hengst MILLIKIN But it ' s so DIRTY! 144 Remember the snake? AT PLAY Sam Coldren, George Clucas, Steve Hengst, Lynn McCrary, Coach Edwards, Jerold Born, Rich Steele, Tom McCawley. TENNIS Tom McCawley awaits a serve. Under the direction of coach E. M. " Turk " Edwards, M.U. ' s tennis squad enjoyed a successful season. Return- ing lettermen were Steve Hengst, Captain Tom McCaw- ley, George Clucas, and Lynn McCrary. Freshmen Gary Bourne and Rich Steele plus transfer Sam Coldren sup- plemented the team. The netters started slowly, suffer- ing four consecutive defeats, but then bounced back with a successful season finishing fourth in the CCI con- ference meet. Next season looks promising, due to the increasing interest and enthusiasm in tennis. 1963 Augustana 6 Millikin Wesleyan 7 Millikin North Central 8 Millikin Carthage 0 Millikin Concordia 4 Millikin Eastern 3 Millikin Principa 5 Millikin Wesleyan 6 Millikin Concordia 0 Millikin MacMurray 0 Millikin Carthage 0 Millikin The 1963 golf team improved greatly from the 1962 record. Coached by Don Williams and led by Dan Car- ver and freshman Dennis Sweeney, Millikin ' s most con- sistent men, the Big Blue recorded an 8-4 record, and placed sixth in the rain-plagued CCI conference meet. Ed Kaufman was re-elected captain of the 1964 squad, which should equal, if not better, this season ' s perform- ance. 1963 Normal 14 Carthage 11 Wesleyan 12V North Central 6V2 Elmhurst 15% Rockford 57z Concordia (Spgfld) .... 7 Carthage 7 Wesleyan 11 Concordia 47 North Central 0 MacMurray 872 Millikin 1 Millikin 9 Millikin 2172 Millikin 177 2 Millikin 87 2 Millikin 1872 Millikin Millikin Millikin Millikin Millikin Millikin 1 1 1 1 7 107 2 15 972 mm msmmm Captain Ed Kaufman tries to sink one. GOLF Sam Ladd, Jeff Ludwa, Coach Williams, John May, Bill Sill, Ed Kaufman, Tom Walden, Dennis Sweeney, Dan Garver. TRACK TEAM WINS C.C.I. Larry Barry wins by a step. Dave Blue leads in the high hurdles. ROW 1: Coach Will, D. Sloan, M. Fike, B. Madigan, J. Stoedke, T. Simons, B. Shively, J. Jackson. Under the direction of Coach Fred Will, the Millikin track team enjoyed a very successful season. Returning lettermen were: Dave Blue, Dick Munn, Larry Barry, John Staedke, Terry Simons, Jim Bader, Ben Bennett, Tom Ashman, and Russ Koch. The squad suffered the loss of Ken Spitzer, Earl DeWerff, John Polacek, and Bob Posegate, but was boosted by freshmen Jim Jackson, Warren Waters, and Mike Fike. Another promising freshman, Mel Gardner, was unfortunate- ly injured early in the season. Achievements of the Big Blue included a victory at the MacMurray Invitational and a close second in the Beloit and Elmhurst Relays. The Big Blue CHAMPIONSHIP ROW 2: D. Fletcher, W. Waters, L. Barry, M. Cannon, D. Blue, J. Bader, D. Mur B. Bennett. avenged a two-point defeat in the CCI championship last year by capturing the CCI championship by a wide TlVi point margin. 1963 DUAL MEET RECORD 71 Millikin 59 56 Millikin 74 72 Millikin 58 57 Millikin , , , ...73 149 mm Jim Jackson up-and over — at six feet. Where ' s the sweet, soft earth? Jim Bader wins F. Cordts, V. Gurley, H. Tipsword, C. Key, D. Hoffman, S. Helm, C. Seibel, E. Velchek, T. Krause, J. Imming, M. Ferguson, Coach Waldera, M. Jurgens, L. Chapman, R. Milligan, K. McGhuie, J. Helm, T. Bahlow, D. Jones, M. Reed. BASEBALL Let ' s get this next guy Hindered by the resignation of Coach Henry May only a week before the first game, the Big Blue nevertheless placed fourth in the CCI under the direction of Coach Gerald Waldera. Return- ing lettermen were co-captains Vern Gurley and Larry Chapman, Chuck Siebel, Rich Henke, and Jerry Imming. M.U. had to depend heavily on freshmen Gene Velchek, Dan Jones, Hamer Tipsword, Ron Milligan, and on transfer John Helm and Ken McGhie. John Helm was the team ' s leading hitter with an average of .357 and was elected Most Valuable Player. Next season ' s co-captains will be John Helm and Tom Bahlow. The only lettermen lost will be Vern Gurley and Larry Chapman, so incoming coach Harold Bis- hop should have a top contender for the 1964 CCI championship. 1963 Eastern 9-7 Wesleyan 9 Carroll 3-1 Carthage 8-13 Lake Forest 6—4 North Park 3-5 Augustana 7— 2 Wesleyan 11 Illinois College 5 North Central 5—2 Conference game Millikin 4-0 Millikin 0 Millikin 7-5 Millikin 7-2 Millikin 3-7 Millikin 8-7 Millikin 4-6 Millikin 0 Millikin 2 Millikin 4-7 150 MISCELLANEOUS NEWS! ADVERTISING Congratulations to Millikin University Class of 1963 Building the City in its varied aspects is the job of the Associa- tion of Commerce of Decatur, Illinois. During your student days at Millikin, you will, perhaps, have noted how some phase of the Association ' s " City building pro- gram " unfolds. How a " program of work " on paper leads to con- structive 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. Men and women who share advantages of university educa- tion, 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 Uni- versity 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 respon- sibility to provide such leadership in the spirit of your alma mater — Millikin University. Best wishes and good luck! 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 1963 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 available 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. 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ILLINOIS FASHIONS 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 ALTER T. AUER FRED S. COX Phone 42 -7223 Compliments of WOARE BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Wrick and Builders Supplies 1600 IN. 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 MILLIKIN ' S COLLEGE SUPPLY STORE Always Has a Complete Line of Sehool Supplies In Addition To New and Used Text Books FOR ALL COLLEGE COURSES We buy your old textbooks COLLEGE SUPPLY STORE Congratulations to the 1963 Millikin Graduates JOHN PIPER STUDIO 246 S. OAKLAND • DECATUR, ILLINOIS Phone 429-5121 Photography by John Piper for your hands. .. It ' s a big, wide, wonderful world and we give it to you with our blessings. Our fathers gave it to us a generation ago. They told us it would be what we chose to make of it. They made it very plain that an education didn ' t entitle us to any more of this world than anyone else ; merely that with an education we ' d be better equipped to face it, meet its challenges. 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 John Straub Belleville, III. REP. J t this time . . . the co-editors of the £63 MILLIDeK ujouU like to state that neither of them is an art major, BUT — due tb the lack of a photographer second semester, tue, uh,iueU, ljc uh, improvised — jeo-h, that ' s Ljkat ue di d t A- CAMPUS The theme of Campus Chest 1963 was " Go wild, Campus Chest! " This theme framed a frantic week of fun designed to raise money to send three Millikin students to Ecumenical Work Camps across the world. The week began with a concert from the Millikin University Jazz Lab Band. Directed by co-chairmen Bev Lenz and Jim Bader, Campus Chest Weekend included many new events. Throughout the week, students sent each other singagrams. The Friday night carnival drew a big crowd to participate in such activities as the organizations ' booths, auctioning of girls, a silent auction of gifts, a kissing booth, and a twist contest. The Saturday night dance was highlighted by the announcement of the winners of the Beauty and the Beast contest. An obvious success! Beauty and the Beast Contest CHEST R.E. WEEK Religious Emphasis Week, February 18th through 23rd, was organized very well by Co-chairmen Libby Scweigerdt and Sue Munsie. The guest speaker for the week was the Reverend Ben Richardson, Director of Remedial Services and Associate Pastor of Erie House, Chicago. Reverend Richardson was widely acclaimed by students as one of the best and most dynamic personalities to visit our campus. The week ' s discussion cen- tered around the theme " Search for Self, " including three divisions of concentration: in- tellectual self, creative self, and spiritual self. A highlight of the week was the Choir con- cert, consisting of inspirational readings, hymns, and anthems. The week ended with the Dedication Service at which Reverend Richardson spoke on " A Faith in Deed. " Stu- dents were left with the thought: " Examine yourself — whether ye be in faith. " Reverend Ben " with co-chairmen Libby and Sue. 180 GREEK WEEK The eight fraternities on the Millikin campus voted to replace Greek Sing with a new activity — Greek Week. The purpose of Greek Week was to examine the fraternity system and attempt to improve that system by exchanging ideas and by showing that Greeks as a whole can be of service to the entire community. Highlights of the week were: an exchange of members,- a picnic with guest speaker George N. Kollintzas, Dean of students at Loyola University; discussions and exchange of ideas conferences; Work Day at various charities and Decatur hospitals; a talent show followed by progressive parties; an d a banquet on the last evening of the week. The fraternities were well pleased with the week and enthusiastically hope to establish it as a Millikin tradition. We had an exchange of members 181 ANNUAL AKL The third annual Olympics Week, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Lambda, was held in May. During the week the members of all four sorori- ties were in hot pursuit of the hats worn by all AKLs. The trophy for the hat grab event was won by Pi Beta Phi. The games were held Saturday, May 8th, and the girls found themselves with quite an audience to witness their frantic at- tempts to win events from musical buckets to pole races. The week was culminated with an all-school dance Saturday night, at which Pi Beta Phi was presented with the games trophy. Linda Downs, candidate from Pi Beta Phi, was also elected Olympics Day Queen at the dance. Who says girls can ' t run? Three sacks and four girls definitely make for coordination! Catch him — he ' s fallingl OLYMPICS WEEK It ' s about these eager-beaver bicyclers! COMMENCEMENT Millikin Through many doorways . . . of Trustees Look at those tassels! I knew those programs were good for something! 1963 The choir sang -A- Albert, Diane 66 Albrecht, William 91 Alfeld, JoAnn 84,85,88,130 Allan, Carol 98,100 Allan, Mr. Jack 42 Allan, Maren 55,85,88,100 Allan, Mr. Ralph 131 Allen, Phyllis 55,71 Allen, Jo Ann 55 Allen, Gerry 77 Allen, Pamela 66 Allen, Richard 66 Allen, Tom 77 Amato, John 66,97 Amato, Ronald 71,97 Ambrosios, James 66 Amundson, Elven 77 Anderson, Gary 71 Anderson, Ingrid 77,111 Anderson, Mr. William 44 Appelt, Juanita 50 Andrews, James 71 Arenz, Don 34,55,86 Armon, Joseph 1 1 7 Armsbury, Susan 71 Amstrong, Robert 55,134 Ashby, Dean 71 Ashman, Tom 7 1 , 1 1 7, 1 39, 1 43 Atchison, Betty 55,103 Augspurger, Nancy 71 Autor, Steve 66 -B- Bader, Jim 65,66, 1 1 7, 1 39, 1 4 1 , 1 49 Bahlow, Thomas 150 Baird, Laurence 71 Baird, Neil 71 Baker, Ann 86,107 Barbre, Betty 77 Barckley, Lynn 66,96 Barnhart, Deanna 77 Barron, Melvin 1 34 Barry, Jim 34,66 Barry, Larry 148,1 17 Bateman, Mark 77 Bates, Carol 55 Bates, George 55 Bauman, Barbara 66 Baughman, Wayne 55 Beadles, Jack 14,55 Becker, Marianne 66,90 Begeman, Fred 71 Belangee, Elvin 71 Bell, Todd 55 Bellamy, Jean 77 Belli, Randy 77 Bennett, Ben 134,137,149 Bennett, Margaret 55 Benson, Marjorie 71,90 Berg, Mrs. Marguerite 44 Berg, Linda 55 Bergman, Karen 77 Bernardini, Sharon 66,107 Billiter, Cheryl 66,107 Black, David 77, 1 1 7 Black, John 139,142 Blackley, Terry 66,103 Blair, Arnold 77 Blair, Keith 71 Blakeman, Bob 77 Blickensdefer, Sally 50 Bloemker, Joyce 77 Blue, David 7 1 , 1 1 7, 1 34, 1 37, 1 48 Bognar, Larry 66 Bolin, Jerry 56 Bond, Mary Jane 77,97 Booth, Nancy 56,90 Born, Gerald 77,146 Bourne, Gary 77 Bowen, Gary 84,88 Bowers, Wallace 77 Boyer, ' Barbara 66 Boyer, Sheila 100,101 Brawn, Lucinda 77 Bray, Beverly 10,24,56,85,103,111,130 Breihan, John 77 Bretz, Judith 56,107 Brietman, Jeffrey 66 Briscuso, Joseph 44 Brissenden, James 134 Bristow, Norman 139 Brobst, David 1 17 Brooks, Bonnie 103,107 Brooks, Gary 84,86,1 17 Brown, Mr. Bryce 44 Browning, Mr. Clyde 44 Browning, George 70,71,84 Bruniga, Joy 66 Bruninga, Linda 71 Buchanan, John 71,135 Bunce, Jerran 71,107 Bunting, Dennis 56,117 Burcham, Judith 71 Brugner, Sharon 71 Burkhalter, Rebecca 77 Byrkit, Thomas 77 Byrkit, Robert 56 — C— Cadle, Martha 77 Caldren, S. 71 Camp, Carolyn 77 Campbell, Mr. Robert 44 Cannon, Mark 71,149 Carlin, Barbara 71,111 Carlson, Dean Earland 41 Carnahan, Robert 66 Cassell, Linda 66,103 Catlin, Gary 56 Caudle, Mary Sue 101 Cearlock, Loretta 65,66,130 Chaney, Lana 66,111 Chapman Carol 66,84 Chapman, Larry 10,56,90,117,150 Cherry, Helen 96 Chlumsky, Jerry 56 Christner, Fred 66,134 Clark, Constance 66 Clark, Eloise 50 Clark, Paula 77 Clarke, Barbara 1 1 1 Clausing, Darryl 54,56,84,85 Clemens, Scott 71 Clucas, George 71,146 Coates, Ralph 56 Coffey, Jean 71,88,103,107 Coffman, Barbara 56 Coldren, Samuel 146 Coleman, Franklin 56,97 Collins, W. H. 44 Connors, Marie 66,96 Confreras, Frank 71 Cook, Betty 71,107 Cooper, Catherine 77,90,97 Cope, David 57,71 Cope, Nancy 1 1 1 Cooprider, Mr. David 44 Coover, Sandra 50 Cordts, Frederick 150 Corum, William 1 1 7 Costan, Jim 77 Coverstone, Lynn 66 Cowan, Nancy 77 Crapple, Robert 66 Crawley, Harold 86 Craycroft, Paula 57,88 Cripe, Cecil 77 Cripe, Larry 71 Crittendon, David 72 Crossland, Naida 77 Crow, David 66,86 Crowhurst, Judith 72 Cunningham, Kay 72 Currier, Karen 77,84,97 Curry, Dennis 77 Curry, Elsie 72 Cushing, Victor 57 -D- Daggett, Judith 57 Danforth, Douglas 72 Davenport, Raymond 135 Davidson, Robert 57 Davis, Carol 77 Davis, Frank 134 Davis, Larry 72 Dawald, Dr. Victor 44 Day, Margaret 50 Decker, Barbara 77,107 De Hesus, Michael 72,134 Deimel, Robert 77,91,97 Dennis, Dean Clyde 42 De Shong, James 77 Devin, Diane 77 DeVos, Wendy 72,107 DeWerff, Earl 57,139 Dexheimer, Karl 66 Dickey, Nancy 77 Dietrich, William 77, 1 1 7, 1 34, 1 37 Difani, Paul 57 Dilley, Dr. Frank 45 Disbrow, James 72,100 Dively, Arnold 77 Dodson, Mrs. Mae 107 Domescik, Albert 134 Downey, Dennis 77 Downs, Bette 72,1 1 1 Downs, James 88 Downs, Linda 72,88,91,98,102,110,111 Drake, Mr. Charles 45 Drenan, Dr. James 45,90 Drenan, Dorothy 50 Drnec, James 57,90 Duncan, Jowellyn 72 188 Duncan, Marion 57 Dustln, Linda 57,1 10,1 1 1 Dykema, Janet 77, 1 1 I -E- Eckhert, Rita 72 Edie, Patricia 66,1 1 1 Edwards, Mr. E. M. 42,146 Edwards, James 57 Edwards, Julie 66,84,90,1 1 1 Elam, Harriet 72,96,97 Elbert, Keith 57 Elston, Barbara 72 Enderli, Marilyn 72,97 Epperson, Bill 76,78,84 Evans, Martha 35,66,111 Ewing, Vicki 66,84,97 -F- Fackler, Pamela 78 Farkas, Carol 24 Farr, Marshall 72,134 Farris, Don 134 Faser, Marian 66,98,99 Fathawer, Lavina 72 Fear, Jacqueline 78 Ferguson, Merton 150 ' Ferry, Mr. Richard 45 Fike, Michael 78,149 Filley, Mr. Lynn 45 Finklea, Philip 72,91 Fiacher, Erika 72 Flamm, Nancy 57,90 Flint, Barbara 66 Flint, Mr. James 45 Folkers, Edgar 66 Farbush, Francile 50 Foster, Jackson 72 Foster, Larry 66 Fotzler, Sharon 78,100 Fox, Donna 50 Frahm, Stephanie 90 Fritch, Barbara 78 Frystak, Ronald 58 Fuesting, Doris 78 Fuesting, Jane 58,86 -G- Gadberry, Roger 58 Gage, Dr. Daniel 45 Gage, Mrs. Elizabeth 45 Gage, Elizabeth 66,85,97,1 1 Garaicoa, Patricia 50 Gardner, Melvin 78 Garwood, Leah 72 Gaston, Mr. Jack 45 Gaul, Judith 78 Gentry, James 67 Gerber, Jean 67,97 Gibbons, Judith 72 Gidel, Joyce 78 Gilleland, Gary 67,143,139 Giller, Jean 78 Gisolo, Mary Kay 78,1 1 1 Glasscock, Mr. David 46 Golz, Karen 72,86 Goode, Linda 78 Goold, Janet 1 1 1 Grant, Bonnie 78,97 Greanias, Tom 58 Green, Dorothy 78 Greene, Patty 67 ' Grissom, Barbara 78 Grossman, Franz 58 Grove, Patricia 72 Grubb, Richard 67 Grubbs, Henry 78 Gulick, Richard 67,1 17,139 Gumm, Janis 91 Gurley, Vern 91 Guy, Richard 78 -H- Hagenbush, Leroy 72 Haher, Jean 78 Hale, Denny 67 Hall, Ida 96 Hall, Mary Lee 96 Hal, Richard 134,137 Hamilton, Bruce 72,1 17,135 Hamman, Sidney 67,91,111 Hammond, Harmony 72,91 Han, Juliana 90 Hanes, Jackie 90 Hanes, Michael 58 Hanke, Kathryn 72 Hansen, Marvin 91 Hanson, John 67 Harkins, Myrna 78 Harland, Barbara 78 Harpstrite, Jane 72 Harrington, Barbara 78 Harris, Jim 67,84 Harris, Larry 67 Harrison, Carla 58 Harrison, Susan 58,96 Harry, Richard 72 Hartley, Derald 67 Harvey, Bette 58 Hattwig, Sue 78 Hauff, Mary Lou 72 Haug, Charles 78,134 Hawkins, Judy 58,107 Hawkins, Robert 87 Hawthorne, Eddie 134 Hayden, Harrold 67 Hayton, Donald 72 Hayward, Bill 58,87,97 Heckel, Wolfgang 58 Hehmeyer, Robert 78 Heit, Darlene 72,1 1 1 Heifer, Elaine 78 Helm, John 150 Helm, Steve 73,117,135,139,143,150 Henderson, Mary Ann 73 Hendrian, James 67 Hendricks, Mr. Donald 42 Hendrickson, Alan 59 Hengst, Steve 59,117,139,146 Henry, Craig 78 Henry, Larry 67,100,101 Herzberger, Dan 73 High, Robert 78 High, Stephen 67 Hill, Charles 59 Hill ' ;, Jack 73 Hill, Mar Ellen ' Hinman, Jim 73 Hinton, Sue 73,91 Hinton, Eugene 67 Hir,tc-in, Pen 78 Hitzeman 17,79,1 1 I Hodges, Wayne 135,137 Hoffland, Richard 46 Hoeltgen, Patricia 70,73,86 Hoffman, Dale 150 Hoffman, Larr 54,59 Hoffmeister, James 73 Hohenbary, Jim 67 Hokanson, Larry 78,90 Holliger, Stephanie 73 Hollingsworth, Rita 59,84,96,97 Holtzclaw, Sonya 73 Hood, Phillip 139,141 Hopkins, Esther 96 Hortenstine, John 73 Hough, Susan 73 Householder, Bill 59 Howell, Marthe 73,107 Howenstine, Wilma 50 Hudson, Susan 73,90 Huffman, Linda 78 Hughes, William 67,103 Hulbert, Jan 67 Hullinger, David 73 Hundley, Christine 78 Hudley, June 50 Hussman, Ray 78 Husted, Richard 1 17 Hutton, Judith 67,85,1 10,1 1 1,130 -I- Idzikowski, Pat 78,86 Imel, Paula 59,67 Imming, Jerry 65,67,150 -J — Jackels, Robert 78 Jackson, James 134,137,149 Jackson, Kathy 78 Jarzembski, John 79 Jeffers, Mrs. Lora 96 Johnson, Connie 73 Johnson, William 67 Johnston, David 79 Jones, Danny 79,150 Jones, Nancy 73 Jones, Patricia 73,107 Jones, Robert 73 Jones, Roger 73,135 Jordan, Martha 73 Jostes, Rick 73 Jouett, Jean 79 Jurgens, Mike 79,134,137,150 -K- Kaisor, Allen 73 Kamille, Stuart 67 Karowsky, Carol 67 Kaufman, Edwin 73,147 Keest, Marilyn 67,86 Keisling, Kenneth 59 189 Keller, Douglas 139,141 Kelley, Karen 67,88 KeUiher, Joe 79 Kemp, Martha 73,84,90,96 Kerns, Dean Byron 41,98 Kerr, Dorothy 79 Kerr, Michael 67 Keys, Carl 79,150 Keys, John 73 Killpatrick, Allen 67,84,85,98 Kimmons, Robert 59 King, Thomas 73 Kirby, Margaret 59,90 Kloker, Christina 79,97,1 1 1 Knoblock, Gail 59,84 Knutson, Brian 73 Knutson, Bruce 79 Koch, Judith 59,106,107 Koch, Peggy 73 Koch, Russell 59,134,137 Koenegstein, David 73 Kraakewik, Linda 79 Kraft, Kathie 91 Kreuger, Mr. William 102 Krause, Terry 79,150 Kretzer, Barbara 59 Kriz, Dona 79 Krawa, Wayne 43 Kufeldt, Gary 70 Kummers, Linda 67 Kwasny, Ronald 79 -L— Lacey, Judy 73,86 Ladd, Samuel 147 Laird, Karen 79 LaMarsh, Marilyn 73,86 Lamont, Charles 88 Lang, Jean 73,86 Lanter, Larry 60 LaRowe, Mr. Kenneth 46 Latherow, Linda 79, 1 1 1 Lazar, Sandy 79 Lebo, George 79 Lee, Stanley 60,135,137 Lefever, Cheryl 73,90 Lehman, Melinda 79 Lents, Michael 60, 1 1 7 Lents, Robert 60 Lenz, Beverly 84,1 1 1 Lenonar, Charles 79 Lepp, Laren 73,86,98,99 Levey, Ann 70 Lewis, Terry 60 Lickey, Brian 79 Liebich, Nancy 79 Linder, Barbara 67,90,98,102,106,107 Lindholm, Susan 60 Lindsay, Jacquelyn 50 Link, Thomas 60 Livesay, Steve 73 Looft, Jane 73,91,1 1 1 Lorenz, Leith 25,60,84,88 Lovslett, Aschild 79 Lowe, Mrs. Morris 46 Ludwa, Jeffrey 73,147 Lunn, Ron 60,135,137 Lytle, Mrs. E. 96 — M— MacNeil, Margaret 107 McBrien, Jim 79 McClellan, Karen 67 McClelland, Nancy 68,1 10,1 1 1 McCloud, Donald 79,134 McCluggage, Sam 102 McClure, Miss Dorothy 46 McClure, Maryann 74 McConnaughay, Georgia 68 McConnell, Joseph 74 McCowley, Thomas 67,146 McCrary, Lynn 74,139,142,146 McCullough, John 68 McDonald, Wilson 74 McFadden, James 68 McGhie, Ken 135,150 McGinnis, Mr. Frank 46 McGinnis, Mrs. Winnifred 46 McGowon, Mrs. Linda 46 McGowan, Mr. Richard 46 McGrain, Nancy 50 McHenry, James 68,135,137,117 McKay, Pres. Paul 40 McTaggert, Ruth 79,101 McNenamy, James 79 McMillan, Linda 74 McNealy, Thomas 68 McNeily, Roger 60 McNeil, Michael 98 McPeek, Dean Beth 4,5,41 McWard, Lawerence 79 McWhirter, Sue 68,91 Madigan, Robert 134,149 Mains, Michael 60 Mann, Charles 60 March, John 74 Marietta, Gerald 74 Martin, Irvin (Mr.) 46 Martin, Robert 60,1 17 Martin, William 68 Mason, James 68 Massey, Mitzi 68 Mattern, Sharon 68,84,85 ,90,107 Matthias, Kathy 74,84,97 Maxwell, Donald 60 Maxwell, Emma 68,97 Maxwell, Mrs. Ruth 88 May, Mr. Henry 47,131 May, John 74,84,134,147 Mayfield, David 79 Mead, Thomas 74 Meils, Priscilla 74,96 Meng, Cathy 68 Merritt, William (Mr.) 47 Mershon, Rachael 86,88 Mericle, Faith 68,107 Merwin, Mr. Kenneth 43 Messerli, Glenn 68 Mettler, Peggy 79,86 Meyer, Bruce 76,79 Meyer, James 61,79 Michael, Amy 74,84,90,107 Mickel, Cynthia 74 Mickel, Dr. Jere 34 Mickelson, Jean 61,86 Miller, David 74,97,100 Miller, Jerry 79 Milligan, Ronald 150 Mitchell, Ronald 74 Mossner, Miss Frieda 47 Moffit, Judy 79,97 Moore, Beverly 79 Moore, Patty 79 Moore, Walter 68 Moothart, Mrs. 1 1 7 Moushon, Duane 79 Mullendore, Daniel 68 Mulliken, Mary 96 Mullins, Sue 79,1 1 1 Munch, Miss Gertrude 51 Munn, Dick 134,149 Munsie 65,68 Musso, Linda 61 -N- Nanney, Janet 79,1 1 1 Nein, Mary Lou 61 Nesler, Evelyn 51 Neuzel, Larry 61,117 Newell, Steven 74 Ng, Daniel 57 Nicholls, Merville 80 Niklick, Niky 68 Northcurr, Glenn 87 Norton, John 80 Norton, Patricia 25,61,103,107 Norton, Sue 74,86 Norville, Hubert 47 Novak, Marcia 74 -O- Obermeyer, Jane 80 Oglesby, Dave 80 Olsen, Challys 61 Olson, Dona 61,91 Olson, Susan 74 Oman, Bruce 68 Orr, Martha 74,103,107 Ortman, Roger 68 Osborne, David 80 Ort, John 74 Overholt, James 80 Ozee, Evelyn 51 -P- Paine, Richord (Mr.) 47 Park, Donald 74,88 Parker, Sue 80 Parr, Stewart 80,98 Pass, Jeanine 68,100 Paton, Richard 80 Patty, David 80 Paulsen, Marshall 80 Pedersen, Marian 80 Pedigo, Joseph 74 Pedigo, June 51 Peel, Ruth 96 Peppier, James 68 Perkins, Linda 80,88,100 Petersen, Martin 74, 1 1 7 Pharis, Mrs. Bertha 47,90 Phifer, Carol 80,1 1 1 Pistorius, Donald 74 P lattner, Fred 61 Polacek, John 68 Ponder, Harold 80,1 17 190 Potrofkci, Jack 80 Potsos, Lewis 80, 1 17 Powell, Carl 80,91 Powell, Christine 68 Powell, Judy Kay 74,1 1 1 Pownall, Mr. George 47 Price, Julie 74 Pritchett, Terrence 80 Pritts, Tommy 68 Provow, Linda 97 Punis, John 74 — R— Radliff, Ray 14,134,137 Raduenzel, Thomas 61,91,97 Ragsdale, John 139,142 Rankin, Carolyn 61,84,85,97 Ransopher, Edwin 68 Redford, Mr. Gerald 43 Reed, David 61 Reed, Karl 80 Reeves, Mr. John 47 Reich, Larry 74,91 Reid, John 1 17,135 Reid, Marilyn 80,86 Reinebach, Dean 80 Reitzel, Larry 34,68,1 17 Reitzel, William 74 Reynolds, David 74 Rezny, Ronald 68 Rhodes, Stephen 80 Rice, Nancy 61,87,88,1 10,1 1 1 Richardson, Linda 68,1 1 1,130 Richardson, Mr. Kent 51 Richie, Lois 86 Richter, James 68 Riggle, Daniel 61 Ringle, James 80 Ritter, Paul 80 Ritter, Robert 68 Ritz, Allen 35,68,98,100,101,135,117 Robison, Mrs. Frances 47 Roche, Mary 68 Rodney, Alan 70,74 Roe, Alicia 80,1 1 1 Rodriguez, Lee 48 Rogers, Dick 62,1 17 Roltgen, Carolyn 54,62,86 Roots, Karen 70,74,103 Rose, Edith (Miss) 48 Roth, Dave 62 Rothe, Carol 68,88 Rothi, Sharon 74 Rowe, Jack 80 Rubins, Karen 80 Rubley, Jan 80 Runge, Irene 80,107 Runyon, Carolyn 68 Rupert, David 1 17 Russell, Hazen 68 Russo, John 62 -fi- St. Cerny, James 80 St. John, Barbara 80,90,107 Salvatori, Phillip 68 Sampson, Kent 74 Sappenfield, Sharon 62,103,106,107 Sappington, Mr. W. A. 48,84 Schaar, Shashana (Mrs.) 48 Schaefer, Paul 80 Schaller, Rosalinde 69,88 Schillings, Billie 75,91,107 Schleuter, Marilyn 69 Schlieper, Mrs. Dorothy 48 Schmelzel, David 80 Schmohe, Cyndy 69,96 Schmohe, Patricia 80 Schneller, Marian 62,87,107 Schonert, Susanna 51 Schroeder, Karen 75 Schroth, Marvin 80 Schultz, Verna 69 Schweigerdt, Libby 62,85,87,90,103 Scott, Kent 68 Scott, Philip 69,91 Scrimpsher, Ray 80 Schrimpsher, Laura 62 Sebens, Sue 80 Seman, Frank 62, 1 1 7 Senn, Donald 69 Shaffer, Ann 75 Shafter, Carolyn 80 Shannon, Richard 75 Shelton, Mr. Ronald 48 Sheppard, William 62,97 Shively, Robert 75,149 Shively, Gail 80 Shrout, Sheila 62,103,106,107 Siebel, Chuck 69,1 17,134,150 Siefert, Levora 80,91,107 Simons, Terry 62,149 Sims, Pamela 80 Singh, Dev Paul 62 Sinkowsky, Connie 75 Syles, Steven 80 Siweck, David 62 Six, Frances 51 Skinner, Mr. Paul 48 Skoczek, Antoinette 34,63 Sloan, Dale 149 Small, Sandra 80 Smith, Charles 63 Smith, Douglas 48 Smith, Dean Glen Smith, Harold 75 Smith, Lael 48 Smith, MacKaye 81 Smith, Patricia 75,84 Smith, Sandy 69,90,107 Smock, Andy 91 Smullen, John 81,117 Smyth, Nike 81 Snider, Sharon 75,97 Snow, Gorden 75 Snow, John 81 Sparks, Miss Margaret 48,86 Spearman, David 63 Spence, Jerry 63 Spitzer, Kenneth 69,90 Staedke, John 63,84,85,148 Stahl, Jeanne 69 Staley, David 69 Staley, Phil 75 Stankus, Al 69 Steele, 81,111 Steele, Richard 81,146 Steffan, Kenneth 84 Steinbach, Mary Jo 34,o3,%,87,% Steinberg, Ronald 63 Steinheimor, Jan 22,23,54,63,85,90,1 Stevens, Milton 75 Stevenson, Dennis 81 Stewart, Jeffrey 81 Stewart, Nancy 63,100,101 Stewart, Paula 75,107 Steigemeier, Sharon 63 Stowers, Stanley 63 Stuckemeyer, Calvin 63 Stuki, Sally 69 Sturgeon, Paula 69 Sudkamp, Richard 75 Sullivan, Karen 81 Sunde, James 81 Suter, Mary Ann 75,103,1 1 1 Svob, Judith 81 Swanson, Barbara 81,91 Swanson, Marilyn 69,111 Swartz, Kaye 69 Swayze, Stuart 63 Sweeney, Dennes 81,147 Swolley, Ronald 75 Szydlowski, Joyce 69 — T— Talbert, David 69 Tappendorf, Kenneth 81 Taylor, Madeline 81,96 Taylor, Terry Ann 1 1 1 Thies, Craig 135 Thorn, Marilyn 81 Thomas, Barbara 75 Thomas, Gail 81 Thomas, Larry 81 Thomason, Shirley 63,86,90 Thompson, Carolyn 64,85 Thompson, Cheryl 81,111 Thompson, James 75,84 Thompson, Nora 81 Tobyne, Beth 75,1 1 1 Toney, Tim 134 Traxler, Roberta 69 Trimmer, Joseph 64 Troemper, Dan 75 Trowbridge, John 75 Trueblood, Glendora 64 Trueblood, Joseph 64 Trueblood, Rosalee 81 Turner, Elmer 81 Turner, James 64 -U- Ufert, Michael 75 Usborne, Jack 64,84 -V— Van, Deborah 75,107 VanDam, Phillip 81 Van Lyssell, Don 75 Vaughan, Ann 81,90.107 Vaughan, Susan 76,81,107 Velcheck, Gene 134,135,137,150 Vodraska, Judith 69 Voelcker, Mrs. Pauline 49 191 Vogel, Sally 34,69,97 Volly, C. 81 Vrabec, Frances 81 -w- Wade, Judith 69 Waggoner, Judy 75 Wainscott, Beverly 69 Walden, Thomas 147 Waldera, Mr. Gerald 49,150 Walker, Don 64,143,139 Walker, James 64 Walker, Jim 69 Walker, Dr. Willis 49 Waller, Mike 69,1 17 Walton, Eileen 51 Ward, Janet 81 Ward, Richard 69 Ward, Sharin 75 Ware, Virgil 69 Washkukn, Bill 75 Wasson, Mary 51 Waters, Darrell 63,148 Waters, Warren 81 Watson, Judy 51 Watts, Gary 84 Watts, Stephen 75 Wayne, Cecelia 81 Weatherbee, Dr. Carl 49 Webb, Betty 86 Webb, Dona 81 Webb, Richard 81 Webb, Robert 69 Weber, Robert 64 Weinner, Karl 64 Welch, Gladys 51 Wessler, Carole 64 West, Joycs 64 White, Carolyn 81 White, Harris 81 White, Larry 69 Wiggs, Margaret 51 Wiggs, Mr. Halice 49 Will, Mr. Fred 49,131,149 Williams, David 75 Williams, Diana 81,97 Williams, Mr. Don 131,139,147 Williams, James 1 17 Williams, Joyce 75 Williams, Melvin 69 Williams, Raymond 81 Williams, William (Mr.) 49 Wilson, Carole 75,1 1 1 Wilson, Donald 69 Wilson, Scott 81 Wimberly, Marilyn 81,111 Wincup, Peter 17,64 Wing, Dr. Edward 49,91 Wing, Robert 64 Winings, Linda 69 Winkel, Lois 75 Wittke, Robert 81,91 Wittlick, Nancy 76,81,86 Wollan, Mr. Laurin 49 Wolters, Joyce 69 Woltmann, Lillian 51 Wooters, Doonald 64 Workman, Gary 69 Wright, Gary 69 Wrigley, Irene 51 Wrigley, Robert 75 Wyrick, Mrs. Grace 96 — Y— Yarrington, Christine 69,88 Yeakley, Jim 81 Yueill, Virginia 81,107 -Z- Zelnick, Joyce 75 Zeni, Phillip 81,100 Zientara, Linda 81 Zientara, Wayne 69 192


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