Millikin University - Millidek Yearbook (Decatur, IL)
- Class of 1964
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The tower is the symbol of our university. In its shadow we live, learn and grow. As it reaches toward the heavens, so we reach for the highest things in life as we nnature intellectually, culturally and socially. It is the symbol of the goals of Millikin University, its faculty and students. Our years at Millikin are spent in the shadow of the tower. « 2 » DEDICATION TABLE OF CONTENTS Activities 6 Faculty 30 Classes 44 Organizations 74 Greeks 98 Sports 124 Advertising 146 Index I80 FRESHMAN 8 CAMP « 9 » SORORITY RUSH The 1963 Rush Week extended from September 9 to 15. The rushees ' activities included orien- tation meetings, open houses, " cozies, " invitationals, and pref- erential. Dressed in school clothes or cocktail dresses, the rushees en- joyed the parties. « 10 » « 11 » The fifth annual Parents Day was held September 28 with Sue Munsle and Allen Killpatrick as co-chairnnen, aided by Mr. Gerald Redford. Following the morning registration, an assembly was held to inform all of Millikin ' s self-study program. This part of the day was lead by Dean Earland Carlson. Luncheons were held at the University Center and at the social organizations, and were followed by the game — Millikin versus Carroll. During the half-time, Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber of Fairbury, Illinois were awarded the " Mom of Moms " and " Dad of Dads " award. Their two daughters, Jean and Jan, appeared with them in receiving their " M " blanket and flowers. A reception given by President Paul McKay and Student Council gave parents and students a chance to talk informally with faculty members. Hello, my name is . . . 12 Co-chairmen - Gary Bowen and Karen Lepp HOMECOMING: 1963 OCTOBER 25-26 f MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY HOMECOMING Led by two able Mllllkinites and fheir commitlees, this year ' s Homecoming was made a success in every way The " preview " gave all students a brief insight into the activities and the show " Schi? " while the Freshman-Sophomore games told who had the upper hand! Filled to the brim with reuniting activities for the fun of both alums and coeds, the weekend ended perhaps a bit sleeply, but termed a big success. « 14 J QUEEN JUDY A pretty, charming, and active co-ed, Miss Judith Hutton, a senior from Belleville, reigned as the 1963 Homecoming Queen. She is a member of PI Beta Phi and was not only active there, but was Social Chairman of Student Council, a cheer- leader for four years, and was involved with numerous commit- tees and co-chairmanships. This year and last, Judy was elected to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. In her sophomore year she was crowned all-school Sweetheart at the Sweetheart Dance, and thus began her " career " of being one of our campus beauties. Judy also has received honors of outstanding merit in her sorority. With her elementary educa- tion major, she was led to a teaching position In Nashville, Tennessee where her husband, Jerry Domesick, Is in medical school. Judy graduated in January. With the sudden, harsh death of our President, John F. Kennedy, the students of Milhkin held two Mennorial Services. It Vv ' as with the feelings of national concern, sympathy, and sorrow that Albert Taylor hHall was filled twice for the moving, solemn ceremonies of mourning. « 22 » « 23 » T Play House Hans Conreid Rampal and Verpion-LaCroix Under the able leadership of Mrs. Daniel Gage, the Fine Arts Program provided those connected with Millikin and the people of Decatur with several evenings of cultural enjoyment. KEYS - KOINONIA KINGDOM Dean Hazelton, Father McKenzie, and Jane Looft Each year the students and faculty on Millikin ' s campus hold Religious Emphasis Week. This week Is set aside to be a time of spiritual evaluation and renewal, but Is not thought of as the only time In which we are called to examine and nurture our faith. Ihe speakers this year were Dean Roger hiazelton of the Oberlln Graduate School of Theology and Father John L. McKenzie, S.J., Professor of Biblical History at Loyola Univer- sity. Th ese men presented the Protestant and ihe Catholic view of religion in our culture. The uplifting week was led by three students, Mike Armlstead, Chris Kloker, and Jane Looft. « 26 » CAMPUS CHEST Planners and Winners Campus Chest this year, headed by Marilyn LaMarsh and Ron Amato, was full of activity and fun, money-making projects. The carnival was a big success with the added attraction of the Professor Auction, while the annual dance brought all " Way Out " students to the scene. Sing-o-grams, Jazz Lab Band Concert, and Beauty and the Beast Contest helped raise the $2,000 of the final tally. FACULTY " A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. " — Henry Adams. 31 Doctor Paul McKay President, Millikin University « 32 » College of Arts and Sciences DEAN CLYDE A. DENNIS Professor ot Biology LARRY D. CALHOUN Art GAIL OLSEN Art ROBERT CAMPBELL English NEAL F. DOUBLEDAY English ELINOR GAGE English WILLIAM KREUGER English JOHN D REEVES English WILLIAM H. SULLIVAN Englisli « 36 » School of Business and Industry DEAN GLEN R. SMITH Professor of Business Administration CHARLES G. DRAKE Business Administration DAVID G. GLASSCOCK Industrial Engineering JACK W. GASTON Business Administration THOMAS M. MACBETH Business Administration RICHARD C. PAINE Business Administration W. A, SAPPINGTON Business Administration SHASHANA SCHAAR Business Administration DENNY BENNER Industrial Engineering WILLIAM WILLIAMS Industrial Engineering MARGARET SPARKS Secretarial Science 40 School of Music DEAN J. ROGER MILLER Professor of Music RICHARD HOFFLAND THEODORE THORSON h usic Education Church Music Music Education Church Music « 41 « 42 » FRANCES ROBISON SUSANNE SCHONERT FRANCES SIX MARILYN WOLFER LILLIAN WOLTMANN IRENE WRIGLEY LOIS ZEMKE « 43 » • - 1 SENIORS Gary Gllleland, President; Sue Munsie, Treasurer; Betty Cordes, Secretary; Jerry Imming, Vice- President ALFELD, JOANNE ALLEN. RICHARD AMATO, JOHN — Tau Kappa Epsilon; Parent ' s Day Comm. I; Homecoming Comm. 2, 3; Campus Chest 4; Publications 4; Tower Club I; Young Republicans 3, 4; Religious Life Fellow- ship and Discussion Comm. 3. AMBROSIOS. JIM AUTOR, STEVE BADER. JIM — Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary 3, President 4; Joe Catlin Award 3; Freshman Camp 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest Chairman 3; R E Week 2, 3; International Night I; Letter- men ' s Club; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country I, 2, 3; Interfraternity Council 3, 4. BARCKLEY. LYNN BARRY, JIM — Delta Sigma Phi; J. Ben Ward Acting Award 3; Radio and Television Excellence Award 3; National Collegiate Players 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4; R E Week 2; Inter- national Night I, 2; Town and Gown I, 2, 3, 4. BAUMAN. BARBARA — Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; French Award 2; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; PI Mu Theta 4; Parents Day Comm. 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest Comm. 2; R E Week 2 International Night I, 2; Town and Gown 3; Panhellenic 3, 4 Jr. Panhellenic I; French Club I, 2; SEA 2; W.A.A. I, 2 Conant 3, 4. BOWEN, OARY — Tau Kappa Epsilon; Independents 2, 3; Stu- dent Council 2, 3; Homeconning Comm. 2. 3; Homecoming Co-chairman 4; Student Faculty Retreat 2; Student Faculty Retreat co-chairman 3. BOYER, NORM EREITMAN, JEFF BROOKS, BONNIE — Alpha Chi Omega, Pres. 4; Pi Mu Theta 3, 4; Student Council I, 2, 3; Student Council Social Comm.; Freshman Camp Comm. 2, 3; Campus Chest 3; Fine Arts 3; Opera I, 2, 3; Publications 2, 3, 4; University Center Board; Panhellenic Treas.; Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra I; SAl I, 2, 3, 4. BRUNIGA, JOY BUCKLEY, SAM BYRKIT, BARB — Zeta Tau Alpha; Jr. Panhellenic 2; SEA I, 2, 3; WAA I, 2, 3. CASSELL, LINDA — Delta Delta Delta, Vice Pres. 4; Pledge Trainer 3; Student Council I, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Camp 2, 3; Parents Day Comm. 2; Homecoming Comm. I, 2; Campus Chest Comm. I, 2; Millidek 2, 3; WAA I, 2, 3, 4; SEA I, Treas. 2, Pres. 4; III. SEA Vice Pres. 3, 4. CHANEY, LANA CLARK, CONSTANCE CONNORS. MARIE — Student Council 2; Sweetheart Queen Court; Independents I, 2, 3, 4; SEA 3, 4; Tower Club I, 2, 3, 4; R.W.A.C. 3; Vice Pres. Kent Dorm 3. COOPER, TERRY — Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, co-captain 3. DAVrS. JOHN — Sigm.i Alph.i Epsilon, Assist. Plodqn Tr.iinor. DEXHEIMER, KARL — bigma Alpha Epsilon, Pros. 3, 4; Intor- fratornity Council 3, 4; Freshman Camp 4; School Elections Comm . DOWNS, LINDA DUDDLESTON, JOHN DUNN, JAMES EDWARDS , JULIE — Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Sec; Choir I; WCIA Award I; AEP 2; Student Council 2; Parents Day Comm. I; Homecoming Comm. 2; Student Faculty Retreat I; RE Week I; WAA 3; Home Ec Club 4, Vice Pres.; Univ. Center Bd. I. ELSTON, BARBARA — Scovill Prizes 3; SAE History Award 3; Pi Mu Theta 4; Homecoming Comm. 4; International Night I; German Club I; Senior Day 4. EVANS, MARTHA EWING, VICKY FASER. MARIAN (STEINBERG) — Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice Pres. of Pledge Class 2; Jr. Panhellenic 2; Scovill Prizes 3; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Pi Mu Theta, Sec. Treas. 3, 4; Sweetheart of Phi Mu Alpha 2; Student Directory Ed. 3; Decaturian 2; SEA 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Conant 4; WAA 2. FOSTER, LARRY FRUS, LARRY CAGE, BETH — Pi Beta Phi, Exec. Council 2; Panhellenic Del. 2, 4; Panhell. Pres. 4; Scovill Prizes 3; French Awards I, 2; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Pi Mu Theta 4; Who ' s Who 3; Student Council 4; Freshmen Camp 2, 3, 4; Parents Day Comm. I, 2; Homecoming Comm. 2; Stu- dent Faculty Retreat I, 2, 3; R E Week I, 2, 3; Relig. Life Comm. 3, 4; French Club I. 2; Orchestra I, 2. GARVER, DAN GENTALA, JOAN GERBER, JEAN — Delta Delta Delta, Pres. 3, Songleader 4, Panhell. Rep. 4; Panhell. Treas. 3, 4; Pi Mu Theta; Student Council 4; Freshmen Camp 3, 4; Parents Day Comm. I, 2, 3; Homecoming Comm. I, 2, 3. 4; Campus Chest Comm. I, 2, 3; Student Faculty Retreat I, 3; R E Week I, 2, 3; Fine Arts 2; Millidek 4; Relig. Life Comm. 4; SEA 2, 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Univ. Center Bd. 2; WAA 2. KEEST, MARILYN — Scovill Prizes 3; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Pi Mu Theta 4; Tau Chi Pi I, 2, 3, 4, Vico Pres. 2, Pres. 3. KELLY, JUDITH — Zeta Tau Alpha I; Scovill Prizes I; Conant 2, 3, 4; SEA 3, 4; WAA I; Band I. KELLY, KAREN — International Night 2; Independents I, 2, 3; Pi Kappa Delta I, 2, 3, 4; French Awards 2. KERR. MICHAEL KILPATRICK, ALLEN LaMARSH, MARILYN — Delta Delta Delta, Soc. Chrm. 4; Conant; SEA I, 2, 3, 4; AER 2, Sec. 3, 4; Acting Awards 3; Who ' s Who 4; Conference Track Queen Court; Freshmen Camp I, 2, 3, 4; Parents Day Comm. 2, 3; Homecoming Comm. 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest Comm. I, 2, 3, Co-chrm. 4; Student Faculty Retreat 2, 3; Town and Gown I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts 3, 4. LAMONT, CHARLES — Homecoming Comm. 3; Town and Gown I, 2, 3, 4; Opera 2; Alpha Epsilon Rho; Alpha Phi Omega; Choir I. LINDER, BARBARA — Alpha Chi Omega, Treas. 3; Pledge Trainer 4; PI Mu Theta 3, 4; Freshman Camp 2, 4; Parents Day Comm. 3; Homecoming Comm. I, 2; Campus Chest Comm. I; R E Week I, 2, 3; Millidek 2, Co-editor 3, Editor 4; SEA I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 2, 4, Sec. Treas. 3; WAA I, 2, 3, 4. McCLELLAN, KAREN — Band I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 3, -4. McCLELLAND NANCY — Pi Beta Phi, Pres. 3, 4; Panhel- lenic Council 2. 3, 4; Sigma Zeta; PI Beta Phi Scholar- ship 3, 4; PI Mu Theta 3, 4; Homecoming Queen Court 3; Freshmen Camp 3; Homecoming Comm. I, 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Retreat 3; International Night I, 2; Fine Arts 2, 3, 4. McCONNAUGHAY, GEORGIA McHENRY, BEVERLY — Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Class President 2; Treas. Jr. Panhell.; Delta Delta Delta Scholarship 3; Student Council Scholarship 3; Student Council I, 3; Freshmen Camp 3, Co-chairman 4; Homecoming Comm. 2, 3; Campus Chest Co-chairman 3; R E Week I, 2; WAA. McNEALY, TOM — Delta Sigma Phi, Corresponding Sec. 2, Treas. 4; Freshman Camp 4; Parents Day Comm. 2. McWHIRTER, SUE Zeta Tau Alpha; Student Council Comm. I, 2; Homecoming Comm. 3, 4; R E Week 2, 3; Town and Gown 2, 3; Fine Arts I; Tower Club I, 2, 3, 4; SEA I, 2; WAA I, 2, 3, 4; Millikin Univ. Bowling League 2, 3. MADIGAN, BOB MATTERN, SHARON MAXWELL, EMMA JEAN — AAUW Scholarship Recipient 4; Pi Mu Theta 3, 4; Homecoming Comm. 3, 4; R E Week 3; Opera 3; Religious Life Comm. 2, 3, 4; Band I, 2; Independents 4; Chorus I, 2, 3. MENC, CATHY MERSHON, RACHEL — Town and Gown MERICLE, FAITH — Alpha Chi Omega, Warden 3, 4; Band I; Univ. Chorus 2: WAA I; SEA I, 2, 3 Treas., Sec. 4; Tower Club 2; Home Ec Club 4; Homecoming Comm. 2; Student Faculty Retreat 2; R E Week 2; Decaturian Staff I. MESSERLI, GLENN — Phi Mu Alpha I, 2, 3, 4; Opera 2; Inde- pendents 3, 4; Golf 4; Men ' s Residence Hall Counselor 3, 4; German Club 2. MOORE, WALTER MUELLER, CARL MULLENDORE, DAN — Sigma Alpha Epsilon MUNSIE, SUE — Delta Delta Delta, 2nd Vice Pres. 3; Correspond- ing Sec. 4; Freshmen Camp 2, 4; Parents Day Comm. 2, 3; Co-chairman 4; Homecoming Comm. 2, 3; Campus Chest Comm. I, 2, 3; R E Week 2, Co-chairman 3; Millidek 3, 4; Religious Lite Comm I, 2, 3; SEA 2, 4; Intern ational Club 3, 4; Treas of Jr. and Sr. Class. NIKLICH. NICKY REITZEL, LARRY — Dolto Siqm.i Phi; St,udont Council I; Pdront; Day Comm. 4; Homocominq 3, Campus Chtnt 2, 3; R E Wnok 2, 3; Town and Gown 2, 3, 4; Publications 2, 4; National Colloqiato Players 3, Pros, 4; Veterans; Wrestling. REZNY, RON RICHARDSON, LINDA RITTER, BOB RITZ, AL — Delta Sigma Ptii; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Baseball I; Freshman Camp 3; Campus Chest 3; Student Faculty Re- treat co-chairman 3; Business tvlqr. of Dec. 3, 4. ROCHE, MARY — Newman Club I; Tower Club I; SEA I, 2, 3, 4; Homecommq Comm. 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest Comm. 3, 4, ROGERS. JACKIE — Tau Chi Pi Night I, 2, 4; Dec, 2. 2; WAA I. 2; International ROTHE, CAROL — Pi Mu Theta Scholarships 3, 4; Scovill Prizes 3; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Pi Mu Theta 3, 4; Parents Day Comm. I; Student Faculty Retreat 2, 3; R E Week I, 2, 3; Interna- tional Night I, 2; Religious Life Comm. I, 2; Independents 3, 4; SEA 2; International Club 3, 4; French Club I, 2; Ecumen- ical Workcamp 3. SCHALLER, ROSALINDS SCHAWITSCH, LINDA SCHLEISER, GERALD SCHLUETER, MARILYN SCHMIDT, DON SCHMOHE, CINDY — Scovill Prize 3; Pi Mu Theta 4; Opera 3, 4; Student Affairs 4; Millidek 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Band I ; SEA 2, 3, 4; RWAC 3, Pres. 4. SCHULTZ, VERNA SHORT, LINDA — Delta Delta Delta, Pres. 4; Panhellenic Council 4, Panhell Pres. 3; Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2; SEA 2, 3, 4; WAA I, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4; Student Council 3; Freshman Camp 2; Student Affairs Sec. 3; Univ. Center Bd. 3. SIEBEL. CHUCK SPEARMAN. DAVID — Student Council; Veterans SPITZER, KEN STAEDKE. LYNN — Student Council Comm. I, 2; Freshman Camp 2; Parents Day Comm. I, 2; Homecoming Comm. I, 2; Cam- pus Chest Comm. I, Co-chairman of Carnival 2; Student Fac- ulty Retreat 2; R E Week I, 2; International Night 1; Pi Beta Phi; Jr. Panhell. I; Tower Club I, 2. STEFFAN. KEN STUKE, SALLY STUPP, RICH — Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treas., Pledge Trainer; Par- ents Day Comm. 4; Homecoming Comm. 3; Campus Chest Comm. 3, 4; R E Week 3. SUTTON, JOHN THOMALLA, MARY TRAXLER, ROBERTA VODRAZKA, JUDITH — Home Ec Club 4. VOGEL, SALLY — Sigma Alpha lota I, 2, 3, 4; WAA I, 2; Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Show 2, 3; R E Week 3; Opera, lead 2, 3; Religious Life Comm. I, 2, 3. WAINSCOTT, BEV — Homecoming Comm. I, 2; Dec. I, 2; Newman Club I, Sec 2; Choir I. WALKER, JULIE — Zeta Tau Alpha; Campus Chest Comm. 3, 4; Opera 3, lead 4; Choir 3, 4; WAA 3, 4; SEA 3, 4. WARD, RICHARD Pat Hoeltqen James Hoffmeisfer Steffanni Holliger Tom Holtrclaw busan nouqh Marthe Howell Susan Hudson David Hullinger Sam Johnson ml Martha Jordan Carol Karowsky Edwin Kaufman John Keys Thomas King Bruce Knutson Judy Lacey Karen Lepp Steve Livesey Jane Looft Shirley Ludy Mary Ann McClure Lynn McCrary Joyce McFadden James McHenry « 59 2 Lois Richie Robert Richie James Richler Alan Rodney Karen Roots Parker Rosenquist Sharon Rothe Billie Schillinger Karen Schroeder Wesley Sedrel « 60 Bob Deimel Tom Dietrich Dennis Downey Frank Elston Bill Epperson Eileen Erwin Pam Fackler Narmen Fennoy Mike Fike Karen Flanders Barbara Fritch Joyce Gidel Jean Giller Mary Kay Gisolo Linda Goods Christine Gordon Gary Gregory Sue Harbaugh Linda Kay hiardy Myrna Harkins Barbara hHarland Bob Hehmeyer Lirid ' j hluffrri ' jn Do id Hutton Rob ' iri Jrjrk.lo Cte e Jor7 ' irnb ' -H Mikfi Jurgibri ' , David Johnston Jean Jouett Joe Kelllher Carl Key Chris Kloker • 1 Joy Alo ondor Margaret Andelrnan W jrren Anderson Betty Arrnentrout Chric Baltz Lynne Barnford Gary Becker Lynette Boatman Dale Bode Steve Bopp Barbara Bredberg Beverly Brown Jeanne Brown Martha Buckley Linda Butler Paul Christenson Mary Clayton David Clutts Andrea Cokusis Caroline Cooper Judy Crawford Mary Jane Crawford Judith Crichfleld Connie Curry Diana Dexter David Dodds 69 » Phyllis Mill er Shelley Millikin Sue Monical Mickey Montgomery Pamela Moreen Mary Morgan John Morris Jerold Newman Nicky Orlandini Jule Pallo Dianne Parkinson Bill Pennington Karen Peterson Pamela Peterson Ronnie Peterson Al ene Posselt Karen Raemer Caren Rea Lynnette Rewerts Lawrence Rex Frank Rocen Bonnie Ross James Rugh Ramon Salvatore Milton Scott Elaine Sharp James Siemon Money ' Simmon ' . Soi.drc) Srnalley Linda Smith Ru+h Smith Lois Soby Mary Ann Springer Patrick Stark Rich Steele Dail Stutsman E. Landon Sumner Judy Swedenborg Zach Taylor Frank Volk John Volp Charles Vrabel Louise Walker Marilyn Wiegand Sheri Wiersma Roger Willis Ned Winters Ronald Woodhall Marion Worthy Steve Wrigley Gregory Yust 73 » 0 1 f ?■ — 1,. j . W£ 1 ' 1 ' ORGANIZATIONS " Light is the task where many share the toil. " — Homer « 75 J Row 1: C. Wirstein, S. Mattern Isec), K. Steffan (pres.), G. Anderson, R. Amato, S. Autor, N. Baird, N. Boyer, G. Browning, J. Edwards, H. Elam, C. Key, E. Ervin Row 2: J. Imming, A. Klllpatrick, J. Gerber, H. Ponder, K. Schroeder, K. Jackson, S. Holnner, J. Kassnel, T. Taylor, S. Harbaugh, B. Hehmeyer, A. Vaughan, D. Steffan, P. Mells, G. Gilleland, R. Hirstein, M. Winters, G. Watts, F. Dilley, G. Waldera, R. Shelton, S. Fills. STUDENT SENATE The Student Senate serves many purposes, the prin- cipal aim being to facilitate communication between the administration and the student body. Representatives from various student organizations and the Senate ' s three faculty advisors meet every Monday afternoon to plan social functions, to regulate extracurricular activities, and to provide a means for student opinion to be heard. Thus each Millikln student, through his Senate representa- tive, has a voice in making school policies. The Senate further carries out student government by providing for the election of officers. Millikin looks to its Student Senate as the model for student conduct, and each Senate member is expected to uphold the dignity of the position to which he has been elected. Sharon Mattern, Secretary; Allen Killpatrick, Treasurer; Ken Steffan, President. Absent, Kathy Matthias, Vice President. « 76 » The University Center Board is a student government organization concerned with special program and policies relating to the use of the University Center. The activi- ties sponsored by the U. Center Board include the all-school mixer in September, the Christmas carol- ing party, the popular film series, and other special events. D. Steffan, H. Elam, K. Matthias, C. Phifer, I. Runge, C. Karowsky UNIVERSITY BOARD The honor of being selected for nomination to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities is bestowed on those students who have evidenced outstanding qualities of character, citizenship, scholarship, leadership and responsibility. Candidates are nominated by Student Senate and judged by a faculty committee before their names are submitted to the National hHeadquarters of Who ' s Who. WHO ' S WHO Row 1: B. Gage, L. Short, B. Bauman, B. LInder, J. Alfeld, L. Provow Row 2: R. Williams, N. McClelland, K. Steffan, J. Gerber, G. Gllleland, L. Downs, R. Radliff, S. Mattern, A. Killpatrick. « 77 » Row 1; M. Becker, F. Davis, J. Kelly, N. Boyer, C. Schmohe, E. Maxwell Row 2: C. Weatherbee, J. Gaston, C. Dennis, D. Gage, B. Gage, C. Rothe, R. Paine, T. Thorson, F. Dilley PHI KAPPA PHI Phi Kappa Phi is the nalional honorary society on campus. 1+ is composed of faculty members and students; twice yearly undergraduates are elected to its member- ship. Second semester juniors who have maintained an overall average of 3.5 or more and are in the upper 5% of their class, and seniors who have a cumulative average of at least 3.25 are eligible. Only 10% of each graduating class may be elected. McMillan, G. Brooks, B. Cordes, S. Mattern, G. LaMarsh ALPHA EPSILON RHO The national honorary radio and tele- vision fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Rho, is comprised of students who have professed an interest in the broadcasting field. The members are afforded excellent opportun- ities to gain practical experience and on- the-job training through this club, since many of them have found assistantships in some of the local radio and TV stations. PHI CHI ALPHA Phi Chi Alpha is a senior men ' s honorary organ- ized to promote scholarship, leadership and char- acter among senior men. To qualify for membership, a student must maintain an overall 3.0 average and have completed at least 86 academic hours. B. Kerns, G. Gilleland, R. Williams, R. Radliff Pi MU THETA Founded in 1912, Pi Mu Theta is the honorary fraternity for senior women. Members are chosen on a selective basis of scholarship, service and leadership. Per- haps the most outstanding project of the organization is their awarding of a $100 scholarship each semester to a worthy junior woman. Row 1: E. Maxwell, M. Faser, B. Cordes, S. Bllckensderfer, B. Linder, J. Kelly, J. Watson. Row 2: B. Brooks, B. Bauman, L. Downs, M. Keest, J. Gerber, B. Gage, C. Rothe, M. Becker, M. Schlueter SIGMA ZETA Row 1: P. Allen, M. Schlueter, L. Provow, M. Becker, S. Hinton, J. Gerber Row 2: E. Kaufman, J. Drenan, F. Begaman, K. Blair, B. Linder, K. McClelland Sigma Zeta Is a national science honorary organized for the purpose of providing members with extra help and knowledge In their respective fields, as well as to encour- age student Interest In the sciences. Prospective members must maintain a 3.0 average In their field and at least a 2.75 cumulative average. Tau Chi PI Is open to any student enrolled In a course In secretarial science. The organization not only trains Its members for their future position In the business world, but it also features guest speakers at the monthly meet- ing and sponsors a special picnic and a Christmas party. Row 1: B. Webb. C. Camp, M. Sparks, P. Hoeltgen, S. Norton Row 2: S. Skelton, R. Traxler, J. Lacy, L. Hardy, M. A. Hender- son, M. Keest, H. Lawrence TAU CHI PI CONANT Conant Society is made up of upper- class English majors and minors who meet once a month to broaden their knowledge of literature and related fields. Conant activities include such things as an annual Christmas party, candy sale, writing contest, and spring banquet. Row 1: R. Schaller, H. Hayden, J. Alfeld, M. Suter, K. Roots. Row 2: K. Matthias, M. M. Faser, P. Edie, L. Downs McClure, B. Bauman, YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB The Young Republicans Club combines discussion and action to aid its members in developing a political philosophy. Open forum meetings provide an opportunity for, students and faculty to hear and question speakers on current political problems. The Club also provides members with the opportunity to campaign for the local, state, and national candidates of their choice. In February, Milllkin YR ' s hosted the annual convention of the Illinois Young Republicans College Federation. Nearly 500 dele- gates from 35 Illinois colleges heard Senator Jack Miller of Iowa and Cook County Sheriff Richard Ogllvie speak. Elmer hibffman, Illinois ' " Mr. Republican, " also made a brief appearance. Officers of the Young Republicans Club are Gerry Keeley, chair- man; Ron Amato, vice-chairman; Linda Perkins, secretary; and Ron Hirstein, treasurer. Row 1: S. Hattwig, J. Galloway, K. Jackson, M. Worthy, A. Posselt, N. Crossland, H. Lawrence, R. Amato, L. Perkins, G. Keeley, M. Mulll- ken, D. Parkinson, J. Kramer Row 2: J. Amato, M. De Hesus, M. Brennan, C. Bear, L, McLaughlin, G. Yust, J. Fryman, R. Hirstein, W. Koch, D. Kidd, B. Dodds, J. Meyer, J. Allen HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Row 1: J. Edwards, A. Michael, B. Brooks, K. Breting, S. Fotiler, J. Giller Row 2: S. Harbaugh, F. Merlcle, M. Brennan, K. McClel- lan, S. Parker, D. Dexter, L. Etzkorn, C, Cooper, S. Mattern, S. Quiram, A. Vauqhan The Home Economics Club is composed of girls en- rolled in home economics courses. The club carries on various projects throughout the year including a cookie sale and an apron sale, but its over-all purpose is to ac- quaint the members with the many phases of a home economics career whether it be in a home or in the business world. Tower Club is sponsored by the Millikin Art Depart- ment and is dedicated to the furthering of art apprecia- tion. Any student is eligible for membership and will find that the Club sponsored many worthwhile activities. Row 1: J. Welters, S. McWhirter, B. Harland Row 2: J. Griggs, S. Nelson, R. Heiden, D. Barnhart, D. Miller TOWER CLUB M E N C Music Educators National Conference is composed of college students who are planning to become music teachers. Members receive the MENC journal, Music Educators Journal, bimonthly, and The Illinois Music Edu- cator. Bob Williams is president of Millikin ' s chapter. The Millikin Student Education Association was founded in 1951 and is an affiliate of the National Educa- tion Association and the Illinois Education Association. SEA strives to orient its members to the teaching pro- fession by providing opportunities for personal and pro- fessional growth, development of leadership skills, and u nderstanding of the history, ethics and progress of the organization at the national and state levels. The officers for 1963-64 were Linda Cassell, President; Carol Phifer, Vice-President; Faith Mericle, Secretary; Nick King, Treasurer and President-elect of the Illinois Student Education Association. Row 1: B. Brooks, P. Moore, R. Eckert, G. McConnaughay Row 2: R. Williams, W. DeVos, T. Thorson Row 3; M. Evans, B. Hofeditz, T. Blackley, P. Allen, P. Stark, H. Lombardozii S. E. A. Row 1: D. Barnhart, C. Camp, S. Munsie, K. Roots, J. Rubley, J. Aivy, B. Linder, B. St. John, M. Roche, B. Schillinger, C. Meng Row 2: M. Steinbeck, S. Armsburry, J. Crowhurst, B. Brooks, J. Jorgensen, K. Matthias, F. Mericle, N. King, O. McClure, L. Cassell, C. Phifer, B. Burkhalter, L. Huffman Row 3: G. Keeley, D. VanLy ssel, L. Short, S. Bernardini, M. McClure, B. Decker, S. Rothe, B. Harland, N. Rutherford, N. Simmons, L. Newberry, B. Carlin, K. Harris, S. Snider, B. Cordes, S. Durning, L. Garwood, B. Brown Row 4: T. Taylor, S. Hinton, B. Cook, J. Beadles, S. Vaughan, B. Thomas, S. Parker, D. Webb, H. Elam, P. Smith, M. Benson, N. McClelland PI KAPPA DELTA Row 1: P. Breed, L. Perkins, G. LaMarsh Row 2: K. Kelly, C. Lament, C. Mickel, N. Fennoy, W. Epperson, M. LaMarsh, K. Matthias The Illinois Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, national forensic fraternity, has brought many honors to Millikin by the members ' outstanding accomplishments in inter- collegiate speech activities. The members of this group are selected on their forensic ability, but they also re- ceive advanced training in the areas of debate, discussion, oratory and extemporaneous speaking. The Physics Club, organized this year, is a student section of the American Institute of Physics. Anyone interested in physics may belong. Members receive a membership pin and a subscription to the society ' s maga- zine, " Physics Today. " The institute also sends a monthly newsletter and information on employment, graduate schools and current research. The club took a field trip to Argonne National Laboratory this spring. Row 1: D. Stevenson, J. Kelliher, D. Ashby, R. Steele, S. Newell, R. Henke, L. Yoder Row 2: D. Osborne, M. Fike, W. Johnson, E. Kaufman, R. Dexter PHYSICS CLUB « 84 CHOIR The Millikin Choir is composed of forty students, of whom about two-thirds are ma- joring in music. The other members are stu- dents from the Liberal Arts or Business Schools of the University. Membership in the choir is open to all students who can qualify musically. Under the direction of Mr. Richard hloff- land, the choir regularly sings for chapel, has made three records, and takes two annual tours. This year the Choir performed in Chi- cago and went on a tour to the Northwest. This is certainly an effective way to acquaint people with Millikin University. Gary Ander- son is president of the group. 1 mm ■ ■ h r ' j i if. ... i Row 1: M. A. Springer, B. R. Piatt, C. Kloker, L. Maly, B. Arnett, L. Goode, B. Brooks, N. Smyth, L. Farley, M. Gisolo, J. Williams Row 2: J. Walker, J. Critchfield, J. Lowe, E. Sharp, L. Workman, S. Vogei, M. Howell, K. Hendricks, L. Huffman, B. Moore, L. Latherow Row 3: R. Clayton, D, Donaldson, S. Smith, J. Kurth, L. Ball, G. Anderson, L. Hansen, B. Sigfried Row 4: J. Hendricks, P. Allen, B. Meyer, B. Williams, M. Scott, N. King, G. Brooks, J. Breihan, D. Verre, K. Canny CHORUS Row 1: S. NIeman, E. Maxwell, M. Fare, J. Price, M. J. Bond, M. Jordan, C. Schmohe Row 2: B. Schrock, B. GIndler, L. Etikorn, S. Harrison, E. Bock, G. Meyer, M. Cadle, K. Shaffer Row 3: P. Peterson, M. Wiegand, N. Baird, A. Killpatrick, N. Winters, B. Sons Row 4: F. Contreras, R. Salvatore, J. Frye, H. Lombardozzi, J. Hendricks, J. Baird The University Chorus combines twice yearly with the orchestra for performances and also to present the " Messiah " each Christmas. It is divided into several small ensembles and madrigals which perform under stu- dent direction for various campus meetings. The chorus serves as a training group for those who aspire for mem- bership In the Choir. The highlight of this year came when the Mlllikin marching band was asked to play for the Chicago Bears football game on October 6. They have already been asked to return to play for a Bears game next year. The marching band played for all Big Blue home games. The concert band gave two concerts, an assembly, and played for the District Band Directors meeting. The sixty piece band is under the direction of Dr. Theodore Thorson. BAND R. Eckert, R. Clayton, J. Steele, E. Bock ORCHESTRA The Millikin Symphony Orchestra, di- rected by Mr. Paul Skinner, is made up of Millikin students and townspeople. The Orchestra appears in concert performance once each semester and annually combines with the University Chorus to present the " Messiah. " « 88 » RELIGIOUS LIFE The Religious Life Committee is comprised of four faculty members and four student members. This group coordinates and initiates all the religious ac+ivities on campus. The Committee, in turn, spon- sors the Religious Life Commissions of Worship, Service, Fellowship and Discussion. The Commis- sions do the actual planning of the various events which Include vespers, morning devotions, week-end work trips, the Asian book drive, Friday afternoon discussions, and the Seekers. The Religious Life Committee Is also responsible for Freshman Camp. Row 1: M. Armistead, E. Maxwell, N. Fennoy, S. Holliger Row 2: W. Sedrel, L. Alexander, K. Kelder, E. Baker Row 1: S. Vaughan, B. St. John, C. Thompson, M. Clayton, K. Kloker, B. Gage Row 2: E. Baker, W. Sill, B. Swanson, N. Baird, M. J. Bond Row 1: F. Dilley, C. Drake, T. Thorson Row 2: K. Kelder, C. Rothe, M. Armistead, S. Vaughan Row 1: C. Rothe, N. McClelland, S. Rothe, S. Fotiler, M. Mulliken Row 2: J. Obermeyer, J. Moffet, S. Hudson, P. Moreen, J. Baird « 89 » HOUSEMOTHERS The residence directors of each dorm are always available for advice and coun- seling. Their friendliness and cooperation are greatly appreciated. In carrying out their responsibilities of discipline, social ed- ucation and effective functioning of the dorms, they have a refining influence on the entire campus. G. Lytle, J. Gerber, L, Barkley, J, Watson, B. Arnett, E. Hopkins, R. H. Cherry Peel, L. Jeffers, RESIDENT WOMEN ' S ASSOCIATION The Resident Women ' s Association Council is composed of representatives of all the v omen ' s residence halls. It functions to promote a feeling of unity among the resident women, to improve group living conditions, and to organize a social program for the women. Row 1: K. Kelder, M. Taylor, C. Schmohe Row 2: N. Fennoy, V. Helmuth, J. Duncan, S. Franke, L. Huffman, J. Kassnel INTERNATIONAL CLUB The Association of International Students strives to promote Intellectual, cultural, and social activi- ties among students from all countries at Milllkin and thus to foster understanding within the student body. This year the group sponsored an interna- tional dinner and tours and excursions around De- catur and Illinois. Row 1; N. Fennoy. N. Baird, M. Fare, M. Gisolo Row 2: J. Obernneyer, P. Han, C. Rothe, S. Rothe, S. Hudson, J. Tinoco, M. Armistead, E. Kuncar. L. Huffman 90 » PUBLICATIONS BOARD The Publications Board Ii compo ' sed of the editors, business managers, and advisors of the four student pub- lications, and advisor Dean Byron L. Kerns. The Board nneets once a month to assess the publications and plan ways for their improvement. It is an executive committee which is directly responsible to Student Senate. Row 1: B. Kerns, R. Hehmeyer, A. Killpatrick, M. Orr Row 2: B. McPeek, B. Linder, J. Ward, R. McTaggart HANDBOOK Janet Ward was this year ' s hland- book Editor. The hHandbook is de- signed to introduce new students to both the academic and the social life on Millikin ' s campus. DIRECTORY Martha Orr was chosen editor of the Student Directory. The editor also serves as manager, sells advertising and assembles the infor- mation for the Di- rectory with the assistance of the Publicity OfTlce. The finished product is a book containing the names, addresses and telephone num- bers of all Mlllikin students and faculty. Janet Ward, Handbook Editor Martha Orr, Directory Editor STUDENT AFFAIRS The Student Affairs committee, com- prised of nine faculty members and eight students formulates policies governing stu- dent life, organizations, and social, athletic, and other student events. It Is the respon- sibility of this committee to formulate pol- icies in the field of discipline which they wish administrative officers and faculty members to Implement. Row 1: M. Armistead, N. Boyer, D. McClure, D. Martin. B. Kerns Row 2: R. Gill, R. Hehmeyer, B. McPeek. K Mathlas, G. Smith. R. Moore DECATURIAN Business Manager, Al RI+z Editor, Ruth McTaggart Once a week, on Friday to be exact, Mlllikin students become avid paper-readers. Of course, it is the Deca- turian (the Dec) that stirs all the interest. The Dec con- tains articles which interest the students, announcements, editorials, reports — all about Millikin, her present and her future. The Dec staff worked particularly hard this year to put out an excellent paper. Ruth McTaggart, Editor, and Business Manager, Al Ritz, with Advisor, Gerald Redford, deserve special mention for their part in making the Dec such an exciting worthwhile phase of Millikin life. Circulation Editor, Paula Clark Music Editor: Mary Kay Gisolo Typing Staff: D. Kriz, B. Bredberg, K. Flanders, B. Han- sen, S. Fotzler MILLIDEK The Mlllldek staff cannot deny that pre- paring for the 1964 Millidek was a unique experience. And when the work is all done, you forget about the worry and the hard work and the Indecision; you only remember the pleasure you derived from creating it, and you hope that the students and faculty will equally enjoy and appreciate your " master- piece. " Special thanks go to Dean Beth McPeek for her invaluable assistance. Editor, Barb Llnder Business Manager, Bob Hehmeyer Assistant Editor, Martha Orr nr. « 94 » ALPHA CHI OMEGA Row 1: F. Mericle, S. Mattern, B. Linder, Mrs. Dodson, B. Brooks, S. Bernadini, C. Meng Row 2: J. Crowhurst, M. Orr, W. DeVos, M. Howell, M. Lehman, S. Vaughan, M. Pedersen, P. Clark, A. Vaughan, B. Decker, B. St. John, I. Runge, B. Thomas, B. Cook, A. Michael, B. Schillinger Row 3: J. Galloway, R. Benson, L. Farley, J. Alexander, P. Miller, L. Rewerts, J. Brown, L. Soby, S. Millikin, J. Crawford, E. Wheeler, L. Harper 98 B. Schillinger, S. Bernadini, B. Brooks, B. Linder 1963-64 school year brought many honors to the Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Chi O mega. The fall term starled off with the Alpha Chi ' s sending Jerri Bunce, Bonnie Brooks, and Barb Linder to Freshman Camp as counselors. A successful rush resulted in fifteen enthusiastic pledges. In honor of the new pledges, the annual Street Dance was held for the entire student body. On campus the Alpha Chi ' s were busy participating in many school activities and organizations. Billie Schillinger was elected Treasurer of the Jr. Class, Sharon Mattern was re-elected Secretary of Student Council, Ann Vaughan was chosen Elections Chairman of Student Council, and Irene Runge was chosen Chairman of Publicity Co mmittee of Student Council. Sharon Mattern was also elected to Alpha Epsilon Rho and Who ' s Who. Barb Linder and Bonnie Brooks were elected to Pi Mu Theta. Barb was also in Sigma Zeta, on Publications Board, in Who ' s Who and Editor of the Millidek. Other editors of the Millidek were Greek Editor — Wendy DeVos, Assistant Editor — Martha Orr, Index Editor — Emily Wheeler, Organizations Editor — Irene Runge, Assistant to Business Manager — Ann Vaughan, and Bonnie Brooks — hiead typist. Martha Orr was also In charge of the Student Directory. Sigma Alpha lota chose Wendy DeVos — President, and Marthe hlowell — Corresponding Secretary. Other activities elected Ann Vaughan Treasurer of Hlome Economics Club and Faith Mericle Secretary of SEA. Irene Runge was Secretary of the University Center Board and Chairman of a Campus Chest and a hHomecomIng Committee. Billie Schil- linger was also a Co-Chalrman of hlomecoming Committee. Serving as Vice President of Panhellenic Council and guiding Junior Panhellenic was Judee Crowhurst. On the Chapel Program Committee for the second year were Bo nnle Brooks and Sharon Mattern. Barb Decker, Sue Vaughan, ,and Marian Pedersen were elected to Pom-Pom Squad. The hlolldays began with our annual Christmas dance, " Holly Daze, " and was climaxed by our annual chapter dinner and party followed by caroling at Macon Acres. In February, Upsilon Chapter enjoyed a weekend visit to St. Louis as guests of the Alpha Zeta Chapter at Washington University. The highlight of the weekend was a party at the Crystal Palace In Gas Light Square. Our sincere ppreciatlon goes to our FHousemother, Mrs. Dodson ( " Mom D. " ); our chapter advisor, Mrs. Ennis; and our faculty advisors. Dr. andl Mrs. Oren McClure. With the help of these people we enjoyed a succcessful year. « 99 » Row 1: S. Parker, L. Cearlock, M. LaMarsh, J. Gerber, B. Corder, Mrs. Picknell, L. Short, S. Munsie, L. Provow, L. Cassell, J. Alfeld, N. Wittlich Row 2: D. Webb, D. Fuesting, B. Fritch, L. Bruninga, P. Hoeltgen, S. Olson, C. Karowsky, J. Lacey, K. Roots, K. Matthias, J. Alvey, J. Rubley, K. Rubins, D. Devin, C. Camp, N. Smyth Row 3: M. Morgan, C. Balti, S. Smalley, M. Andelman, S. Monica!, J. Gerber, B. Ross, B. Baker, D. Deremiah, J. Haher, S. Lyman, L. Garwood, E. Finch, C. Flint, K. Raemer 100 B. Cordes, K. Matthias, L. Short, P. Hoeltgen The opening of an annex next door, the pledging of fifteen young women, the winning Homeconning float, and many other outstanding honors have led the TrI Deltas of Delta Epsilon chapter successfully through the school year of 1963-1964. A highlight of the year was the celebration in November of the 75th Anniversary of the founding of Delta Delta Delta. The Deltas showed outstanding leadership on campus at the Class Officer elections when Cindy Flint and Jan Garber, freshmen; Karen Rubins and Nancy WIttllch, sophomores; Judy Lacey, junior; and Betty Cordes and Sue Munsie, seniors were elected to class offices. Kathy Matthias served as Vice-president of the Student Council and Jean Gerber was a representative for the Ecumenical Work Camp in Europe. Linda Bruninga, Loreta Cearlock and Karen Rubins were elected Varsity Cheerleaders and Lois Richie served as an alternate. Leaders in various organizations were Betty Cordes, President of Pi Mu Theta; Pat hloeltgen, President of Tau Chi PI; Joanne Alfeld, President of the Conant Society; Linda Cassell, President of SEA; and Linda Provow, President of Sigma Zeta. Marilyn La Marsh and Sue Munsie served as Co-chairmen of Campus Chest and Parents Day, respectively. Kathy Matthias was elected the 1964 Sweetheart Queen. Named to Who ' s Who were Joanne Alfeld, Betty Cordes, Jean G erber, Linda Provow, and Linda Short. As another year draws to a close, sincere appreciation is extended to our house- mother, Mrs. P. G. Picknell; to our faculty advisors, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Merwin; and to our chapter advisor, Mrs. W. J. Redllck. 101 PI BETA PHI i Row 1: L. Richardson, J. Jorgenson, N. McClelland, B. Carlin, Mrs. Anderson, L. Latherow Row 3: K. Grady, J. Hendrian, L. Boatman, B. Wyrick, L. Steele, L. Downs, B. Gage, J. Edwards, M. Evans Row 2: Armentrout, C. Harris, M. Crawford, H. Lawrence, D. Stutsman, L. M. Wimberly, C. Kloker, C. Thompson, N. Rutherford, T. Taylor, B. McLaughlin, S. Abraham, N. Simmons, C. Edie, J. Jorgenson Barbre, M. Suter, P. Edie, J. Jouett, M. McCane, C. Roofener, I. « 102 » B. Carlin, L. Steele, C. Phifer. B. Tobyne The Illinois E+a chapter of Pi Beta Phi began another very successful year by pledging seventeen outstanding girls. Both actives and pledges were quite busy on campus in a wide range of activities. Freshman Camp, which began the fall activities, found Judy hHutton, Beth Gage, Chris Kloker, and Jane Looft camp counselors, with Bev Lenz Co-chairmen of Freshman Camp and Linda Downs Secretary-Treasurer. Barb Carlin, Judy Hutton, Marilyn McCane, and Marilyn WImberly were chosen cheerleaders for the Big Blue, while Kathy Grady, Kathy hHarris, Leslie McLaughlin and Dail Stutsman were peppy Pom Pom girls. Terry Taylor served as President of the Pep Club. Homecoming time was a busy time for the PI Phi ' s. Nancy McClelland was Co- chairman of the Queen Committee and Mary Ann Suter was Co-chairman of Registra- tion and Reception. Lynnette Boatman, Judy Hutton, Chris Kloker, Linda Latherow, Cheryl Thompson, and Darlene Heit participated in the Homecoming Show. The PI Phi ' s were very proud of Judy Hutton who reigned as 1963 Homecoming Queen. A new activity on campus. Campus Prologue, had many Pi Phi helpers including Registration Chairman, Linda Downs, Beth Gage, Chairman of Academic Affairs, and Mary Kay Gisolo, Chairman of Religious Service. Although all Pi Phi ' s supported Campus Chest, Carol Phifer and Mary Ann Suter deserve special recognition for their positions of Co-chairmen of Campus Chest Dance and Town Publicity, respectively. Chris Kloker and Jane Looft were Co-chairmen of Religious Emphasis Week. Beth Gage served as Panhellenic President this year, while Julie Edwards was chosen Social Chairman of Student Council and served on the University Center Board. Carol Phifer was a member of U. C. Board and also Vice-President of SEA. Mary Ann Suter held the position of Copy Editor of the Millldek and Terry Taylor was Sophomore Class Editor. Mary Ann Suter was also Secretary of Conant Society. Culturally, the Millikin Pi Phi ' s were well represented with Mary Kay Gisolo, Chris Kloker, and Linda Latherow members of Choir; Jane Looft active in Town and Gown; and Lynnette Boatman, Mary Kay Gisolo, and Darlene Heit Wittenauer participating in the Song of Norway. The PI Phi ' s achievement in academic honors was particularly noteworthy. Beth Gage was elected to Phi Kappa Phi. Nancy McClelland, Judy Hutton, Linda Downs, and Beth Gage were elected to Who ' s Who. Nancy, Linda, and Beth also became members of PI Mu Theta. Nancy McClelland also represented Millikin last summer as an Ecumenical Work Camp delegate. Pi Beta Phi would like to express their appreciation to Mrs. Cottle and Mrs. Wyrick who served as housemothers; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Edwards, faculty advisors; and Mrs. J. Robert Hill, Alumnae Advisor, for their loyal support and assistance in mak ing this a most successful year. 103 » ZETA TAU ALPHA « 104 » M. McClure, K. Lepp, B. Bauman, S. Hinton Tau chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha started the year off by pledging 2! young ladies. With everyone ' s help, we won the hHomecoming house decorations trophy. Miss Sue McWhIrter represented ZTA in the queen ' s court, in addition to planning the theme of hlomecoming. Karen Lepp served as General Co-Chairman of all hlomecoming, Joan Gentala was Co-Chairman of the Homecoming Show, Georgiann Martin Co-Chairman of Publicity, Marianne Becker Co-Chairman of Judging, and Janet Ward Co-Chairman of the Queen ' s Committee. Joan Gentala also served as Co-Chairman of Freshman Camp, while Bev Moore was Songleader. Ruth McTaggart served as Editor of the Deca+urian, and Janet Ward was Editor of the Student Handbook. Barbara Bauman, Marianne Becker, Vicki Ewing, and Marian Faser were initiated into Pi Mu Theta, Barbara Bauman was elected to Who ' s Who, and Marianne Becker was initiated into Phi Kappa Phi. Marianne Becker and Sue Hinton were elected to Sigma Zeta. Bev Moore served as Vice-President of SAI, Janet Ward was Secretary of Publi- cations Board, Sue Norton served as President of Tau Chi Pi, Sue McWhirter was President of Tower Club, Marianne Becker was Treasurer of WAA, and Ruth McTag- gart served as Co-Chairman of Campus Chest publicity. Julie Walker had the lead role in Song of Norway, in addition to performing as soloist for the choir. Vicki Ewing was Millikin ' s representative to The American University, in Washington, D. C, for the Washington Semester, and Mary Jane Bond was chosen as an Ecumenical Workcamp Scholarship winner. The Zetas would like to thank our housemother, Mrs. Edna Houghton; our chapter advisor, Mrs. Dwight Nelson; and our faculty advisors, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dilley. « 105 » ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA « 10 6 » H. White, B. Keller, N. Boyer, B. Jackels Alpha Kappa Lambda started off the year with a bang by winning the hlome- coming float trophy with Delta Delta Delta sorority. We ended the year with a boom by having the fourth annual AKL Olympics. Great fun was had while the four sororities chased us around campus. In between hiomecoming and the Olympics we had such innovations as a pig roast which we and the Independent Student Association enjoyed despite the cold weather. In February we had another innovation, by having a dinner dance at the Lake Club in Springfield. These joined the usual ranks of functions like the Roman Toga Party and our annual " Go To hHell with AKL " dance. Not all was fun and games however as was proven by our 2.635 house average at the end of the first semester. For this we owe a debt of gratitude to our house- mother, Mrs. Hensel, who was always around to encourage and help us during the year. The brothers were quite active on campus this year serving as the only male members of Student Council Social Committee, and having three members in Hamlet and six members in " Androcles and the Lion. " Norm Boyer served the campus in a special way as President of the Interfraternity Council. Also congratulations to Norm for being elected to " Who ' s Who " and to Phi Kappa Phi. We are happy to say that many of our members attended the " firesides " and other intellectual activities on the campus. In fact, Dr. Dilley led a " fireside " at our house in November. « 107 » DELTA SIGMA PHI « 108 » R. Jones, J. Bader, T. McNealy Delta Sigma Phi, the fraternity of engineered leadership, spent another profitable year in athletic and campus activities. Along with many other athletes, Delta SIg boasted Captains or Co-Captalns In four sports: Steve hielm, basketball; Larry Barry, cross-country; Jim Bader, track; and Chuck Siebel, football. Larry Barry also served as Co-Chairman of Freshman Camp, and David Johnston was Co-Chalrman of Campus Chest Dance. President Jim Bader was elected to " Who ' s Who " at c provided Delta Sigma Phi with excellent leadership during his term In office. Our pledge class of 28 men made It possible to look forward. Extensive remodeling brought about many Improvements in our living quarters. A new kitchen and dining room are now located In the basement; the old kitchen was converted Into an apartment for our housemother Mrs. Moothart; and the old dining room became a TV room. The social calendar was highlighted once again by the " Sailor ' s Ball, " the " Carna- tion Ball, " the pledge dance, and other Informal gatherings concluded our social activities. Academically the Delta Sig ' s excelled by winning the scholarship trophy for the third consecutive semester, thus retiring the award. The men of Delta Sigma Phi would like to express their appreciation to Mrs. Moothart, their housemother, and to Mr. Sappington; without their loyal support they could not have enjoyed such a successful year. « 109 » SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 1 1 Row 1: C. Wilson, L. Grimes, C. Haug, A. Avia, J. Robenson, G. Born, R. Deffenbaugh, S. Mathias. Row 2: D. Keller, L. Pew, C. Thies, J. Davis, J. Imming, D. Schmidt, B. Heiss, D. Garver, K. Dexheimer, B. Madigan. Row 3: F. Werstein, F. Begeman, J. Helm, M. Skirha, G. Browning, B. Schoettle, L. McCrary, J. Brissenden, J. May, G. Watts, F. Cordts, D. Troemper, K. Blair, M. Montgomery. Row 4: D. McCloud, R. Givens, M. Eandi, N. Orlandini, W. Almonette, J. Reid, C. Key, J. Costan, W. Epperson, T. Kraus, K. Mitchell, D. Allen, J. Overholt, W. Sill, J. Irish, M. Evans. « 110 » J. Imming, K. Dexheimer, D. Keller, J. May The 1 963- 1 964 academic year at Millikin proved to ' be another successful fraternity year for the men of Illinois Delta of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The year began optimis- tically for the SAE ' s with a new house mother, Mrs. hielen Scherer, plus a fine pledge class of twenty-five men. Four active mem bers attended the 29th session of the annual Sigma Alpha Epsilon Leadership School In Evanston, Illinois, and returned to school in the fall with many new Ideas on such topics as scholarship, rushing, administration ,and interf raternlty co-operation to instill continued enthusiasm into their chapter. School activities played an Important role in SAE, with Chip Werstein being elected Freshman Class President; Bill Epperson and Carl Key representing the Sopho- more Class as President and Vice-President, respectively; John May holding the offices of Junior Class Vice-President and Secretary of the Interfraternlty Council; plus other SAE ' s in Dramatics, Debate, and Campus Chest functions. In sports, Craig Thies acted as Co-Captain of this year ' s football team and Captain of the wrestling squad; Bob Madlgan was elected Co-Captain of next year ' s football team; John hHelm was Captain of Millikln ' s baseball team; with other Sig Alphs par- ticipating in track, tennis, and basketball. Illinois Delta acted as the host chapter to the Province Convention of Sigma Alpha Epsilon held here in February. Caucuses, speakers, election of new Mu Province officers, plus a final banquet highlighted this gathering of delegates from the eight chapters representing Illinois and Indiana. Social life, including the Paddy Murphy pledge dance, the annual Pajama Dance, and the Spring Formal, completed a fine fraternity year for the SAE ' s. With these accomplishments behind it now, Sigma Alpha Epsilon has already begun plans for another busy and enjoyable year. « 111 » ! TAU KAPPA EPSILON T. Blackley, R, Stupp, J. Butts, G. Keeley, A. Rodney In 1963-64, as in the past, the men of Tau Kappa Epsllon were active in school affairs. Ken Steffan served as President of the Student Council; Ron Amato was selected Co-Chairman of Campus Chest; Gary Bowen was Co-Chairman of Home- coming; Nick King was elected the State President of SEA; Gary Gilleland served as President of the Senior Class and President of Phi Chi Alpha; John Ragsdale was President of the Junior Class, and Dick Glick was Treasurer of the Freshman Class. Praters Gilleland and Steffan were also elected to Who ' s Who. Socially the Tekes excelled with such dances as " Teke Kick-Off " and the annual " hHarvest Hop. " At Homecoming with " William Tell " supporting the theme, the Tekes won the Homecoming House Decorations Trophy for the fourth consecutive year. Big Blue varsity teams were aided by Tekes all year. Tekes suited up for basketball, baseball, track, wrestling, tennis and cross country. The social year was climaxed by the Spring Formal. Also there were numerous exchanges, house dances, and outdoor parties. The year 1963-1964 brought about the connection of the main house and the annex; the new Alumni Lounge being dedicated at Homecoming. Two men served as President during the school year; Jay Butts led the fraters throughout the first semester, and John Punis took over second semester. 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 seventeenth year in that position. « 112 » Row 1: A. Rodney, J. Keys, T. Blackley, G. Keeley, Mrs. Graham, J. Butts, R. Stupp, J. Ragsdale. Row 2; J. Amato, R. Amato, J. Brockway, J. Funis, D. Van Lyssel, G. Gilleland, P. Rosenquist, J. Robison, J. Harris, J. Hanson, S. Newell. Row 3: H. Russel, K. Steffan, P. Allen, M. DeHesus, V. Sloan, N. Bristow, H. Hayward, R. Jones, R. Carnahan, D. Park, D. Ashby. Row 1: J. Meyer, J. Yeakley, M. McNeil, W- Waters, Mrs. Graham, D. Titus, D. Stevenson, G. Allen. Row 2: R. Steele, B. Dodds, R. Hubbard, R. Kunkel, B. Meyer, M. Fike, S Parr, D. Padv, R. Borg, D May- field, D. Jones, J. Kelliher, W. Couch. Row 3: C. Vrabel, H. Hagen, P. Stark, G Yust, J. Leaf, D. Body, D. Henry, R. Kleinmaier, J. Rugh, J. Hayes, C. Piatt. « U3 » GREEK COUNCILS Row 1: J. Crowhurst, G. Martin, M. Wimberly. Row 2: J. Ward, L. Steele, K. Lepp, M. Suter, M. Howell, B. Brooks. Panhellenic Council and In+erfraternity Council are the co-ordinating groups for the men ' s and women ' s fraternities on Millikln ' s campus. The two work together to meet the various needs of the eight organizations represented. Greek Week, a week set aside to strengthen the bond of the Greek organizations and to benefit the community and school w ith various projects, is planned by these two groups. Panhellenic Council consists of representatives from all four sororities. It plans women ' s rush in the fall and enforces rules. Junior Panhellenic acts in accordance with Panhellenic Council, but consists of representatives from the pledge classes. This group sponsors the Junior Panhellenic Dance in the spring. Interf raternity Council operates similarly in planning for the I. F. C. Dance and in co-ordinating the four fraternities. « 114 » r, 6f kf : , S. Minikin, Jou«t i . McCane. 115 Row 1: M. Howell, E. Maxwell, S. Vogel, G. McConnaughay , R. Eckert, B. Brooks, C. Schmohe. Row 2: B. Moore, J. Brunlnga, W. DeVos. L. Goode, M. Gisolo, J. Szydlowski. Row 3: K. Shaffer, J. Price, S. Ludy, P. Moore. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha lo+a, women ' s professional music fraternity, encourages musicianship on the campus, in the community, and musical and academic excellence. Founded in 1903, Nu Chapter has thirty members. Mrs. Frances S. Robison was our faculty advisor this year. Sigma Alpha lota sponsors many worth- while activities, both on and off campus. This year SAI and Phi Mu Alpha sponsored " Song of Norway, " a contemporary concert, and the Lantern Parade in honor of the graduating B. Brooks, S. Vogel, G. McConnaughay, R. Eckert, E. Maxwell. « 116 » " f l fl .••■if Song of Norway, a lyrical operetta paid tribute to Edvrjrd Grieg, o man who expre- sed the exuber- ance of his country in music, and made the legends of his land a part of the world ' s folklore treasure. Its story of Grieg ' s development as a composer expressed the spirit of the tranquil fjords and soar- ing mountains of his native Norway and follov ed the real history of the man. Song of Norway starred Gary Anderson as Nor- way ' s musical master and Jean-Marie Scholz as the amusingly unpredictable opera soprano who drev him temporarily from his destined course, with Julie Walker featured as Grieg ' s childhood sweetheart and patient wife and Lance hianson as the boyhood friend and poet who pointed the path that Grieg must follow. The plot showed what Grieg might have become had It not been for his devotion to capturing In music the special qualities and Its charming folk-tales. Gary Anderson — Edvard Grieg, Julie Walker — Nina Hagerup, Lance Hanson — Rickard Nordraak. SONG OF NORWAY Song of Norway was a musical pro- duced by members of Sigma Alpha lota and Phi Mu Alpha combined. Gary Anderson was student director and his committees were composed of members of both the musical fraternities. The production was March 5, 6, 7, 1964 and was highly successful. This is the fifth year that the two groups have combined to produce a musical — last year they did Madame Butterfly. « 117 » Row 1: H. Lombardoizi, J. DeShong, F. Contreras, H. Hayden, A. Blair, C. Mills, J. Trowbridge. Row 2: W. Sigfried, C. Strew, J. Volk, D. Reinebach, J. Frye, D. Osborne, R. Salvatore, G. Messerii, N. Winters, J. Hendricks. Row 3: B. Epperson, R. Warchol, R. Diemel, K. Radtke, D. Bode, L. Sumner, P. VanDam, J. Kurth, R. Willis. PHI MU ALPHA Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was organized in 1898 at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massa- chusetts. Today it has 214 active chapters throughout the U. S. and Canada. The organization is composed of men dedicated to music. The local chapter has been active at Millikin for 43 years. Its activities are varied. It co-sponsors an opera or musical each year. This year Song of Norway was presented. It sponsors a men ' s chorus, " The Sinfonians, " which presents one or two concerts, records, and tours each year. Beta Theta has been starting a series of Listen- ing Parties for the campus. In addition it sponsors the annual Music Week. The chapter annually sponsors a $100 scholarship for a worthy music major. Officers J. Breihan, A. Blair, D. Donaldson, C. Mills, H. Hayd UPSILON EPSILON TAU Row 1: Bob Barber, Carl Mueller, Hank Grubbs, Keith Elbert, Dave Spearman, Jinfi Dunn. Row 2: Jerry Spence, Gordon Snow, Jim Spence, John Franklin, Ron Hirstein, Jack Rush, Jim Turner, Gerald Waldera. Upsilon Epsilon Tau, the " Vets " fraternity. Is comprised of veterans of the arnned services who are attending Millikin University. Most of the veterans are married or are self-supporting, so the fraternity is not primarily social in function. The activities on the 1963-1964 calendar included: a hayride to a farm near Elwin, Illinois with a picnic afterwards, two Thanksgiving baskets were given to needy fam- ilies in the Decatur area, two Christmas baskets and numerous toys were given to the Salvation Army to distribute, a Christmas dinner was given for the fraternity members with Mr. Ploenges, the former faculty advisor, as guest of honor. The Spring Semester gave the fraternity the opportunity to sponsor a " Coke " concession and a mouse game in the Campus Chest Carnival. A Founders Day dinner in March completed the sched- uled activities of the fraternity. The idea behind the veterans fraternity is to keep the working veteran in touch with campus life through the student council representative, and give him a means to serve the campus as well as the community. The officers are: President — Robert Barber, Vice-President — Carl Mueller, Secre- tary — Keith Elbert, Treasurer — Hank Grubbs, Chaplain — Dave Spearman, Sgt. at Arms — Jim Dunn, Student Council Representative — Ron Hirstein, Faculty Advisor — Gerald Waldera. 119 t INDEPENDENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION Row 1: S. Fotiler, C. Logan, N. Fennoy, L. Huffman, S. Hudson. W. Johnson, J Kramer, S. Ludy. Row 2: M. Novak, S. Burgner, M. Taylor, G. Kraft, A. Posselt, D. Doyie, K Kelder, S. Kidd, P. Moreen, K. Jackson, J. Kassnel, S. Fills, E. Maxwell. Row 3: S. Wiersma, M. Winters, M. Fare, S. Hattwig, J. Obermeyer, S. Cunningham, G. Maaks, D. Parkinson, C Bradish, B. Swanson, S. HoMiger. Row 4: E. Baker, D. Downey, D. Leon hard, M. Scott, R. Deimel, B. Kuhns, B. Shephard, W. Sedrel. « 120 » Officers: S. Hudson, N. Fennoy, W. Johnson, L. Huffman The Independent Student Association is relatively new and still in its formative stages, but an active and progressive group. There has always been sonne kind of an Independent group at Millikin, but seldom active. This year the Independents were especially active and enthusiastic and have thus been very successful in providing greater social stability on campus. Informal parties, featuring such activities as dancing, card playing, hootenannies and the like, met with over-all approval and were always well attended. A hay ride and pig roast, co-sponsored with Alpha Kappa Lambda, and a " real gone " Beatnik Party were two of the most successful activities of the year. I.S.A. constructed the queen ' s float for the hlomecoming parade and also served popcorn at the U. C. movies and sponsored Fine Arts receptions. This year marks the first time that ISA has seen the need to form a detailed, but workable constitution. Independents want more organized entertainment and well- planned activities on campus. Therefore, the group is becoming more organized from within so that It can work to bring about a better social community for Its members and the rest of the campus. I.S.A. would like to thank Mr. Robert Campbell who served as faculty advisor for the 1963-64 year. « 121 » The Student Nurses at Decatur-Macon County Hospital are composed ot two groups — three year and four year students. The four year women receive their B.S. degrees with their RN ' s. The first year is filled with university classes, nursing fundamentals and clinical experience. Second and third years take more concentrated subjects with specialities. We ' ve enjoyed participating in Mllllkin events and our own social functions. We cordially invite Millikin students to our activities and hope that stronger relations will be made between the two schools In the future. « 123 » SPORTS " Win without boasting. Lose without excuse. — Terhune. " « 125 » CHEERLEADERS The 1963-1964 Cheerleading squad, under the direction of Coach Don Wil- liams, was chosen by a committee early in the school year. Returning to the regular squad this year were seniors Loreta Cearlock and Judy Hutton. New additions to the regular squad were Linda Bruninga, Barbara Carlin, Marilyn McCane, and Karen Rubins. Alternates elected were Marilyn Wimberly and Lois Richie. Let ' s hear it for Big Blue! POM POM SQUAD The Pom Pom Squad was organized again this year with tryouts held late in November. The twenty regulars and five alternates performed at Millikin home basketball games. The squad acted as a cheering section at the games, in addition to performing. Ellen Finch, Captain, and Lynn Bamford, Co-captain, were the choreographers for all the performances. From left: Sue Vauqhan, Sargeant at Arms; Susie Parker, Secretary; Chris Baitr, Jan Gerber, Sally Holmer, Dail Stutsman, Naida Cross- land, Karen Raemer, Pam Peterson; Ellen Finch, Captain; Lynn Bamford, Co-captain; Diane Dexter, Cindy Flint, Sheri Crittendon, Marian Peder- son, Leslie McLaughlin, Pam Moreen, Sue Monical, Mary Morgan; Meg Andelman, Publicity; Kathy Grady, Treasurer. Absent from the picture: Nike Smyth, Kathy Harris, Barb Decker. THE FALCON ' S COACHES Mel Bishop did an excellent job in his first year as football and wrestling coach, hlis wrestling teann finished second In the conference and took second in the Millikin and North Central Invitationals. Ralph Allan, in his seventeenth year as a Big Blue coach, turned in his consistent fine Job as leader of our cross-country and track teams. In his second year, Don Williams did a good job of coaching Millikln ' s basketball team through a season of tough competition. His cool head was also appreciated by the golf team. Turk Edwards finished another successful year as mentor of the Falcon ' s tennis team. Ed Ransopher, Assistant Basketball Coach; Turk Edwards, Tennis Coach; Don Williams, Athletic Director, Basketball and Golf Coach; Mel Bishop, Football and Wrestling Coach; Ralph Allan, Cross-country and Track Coach. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM The Millikin University Cross-country team, coached by Ralph Allan, finished a very respectable season with a 4 and 2 dual meet record and a third in the conference meet. A high spot of the season was a second place finish in the Quincy Invitational. This year the team was led by Captain Larry Barry and Ken Spitzer with Tim Logston, Rich Henke, a id Mark Cannon rounding out the top five. Next year looks bright with everyone returning except Ken Spitzer and Mike Fike. hielp is also expected from " Rabbit " Rodney who was sidelined by an injury half way through the season. Row 1: A. Rodney, M. Cannon, T. Logston, R. Henke. Row 2: Coach Allan, M. Fike. K. Spitier, Captain L. Barry TRACK TEAM Row 1: L. Barry, A. Beradino, C. Haikalis, D. Post, M. Cannon, D. Blue, D. Munn, J. Bader. Row 2: B. Aimonette, W. Waters, M. Fike, D. Sloan, C. Walls, Coach Allan, D. Henry, D. Bode, M. Kennedy. The Big Blue thin-clads will be led by seven returning lettermen: Jim Bader, Larry Barry, Dave Blue, Mark Cannon, M.ike Fike, Dick Munn, and Warren Waters. Although losing Tom Ashman in the high-jump and Ben Bennett in the sprints, several freshmen should help fill in the gap. Most promising are Tim Logston in the distance races, Chuck Walls in the high jump, and Al Bernadino In the broad jump. Mllllkin should be particularly strong In the hurdles with both Mike Fike and Warren Waters returning. Jim Bader, C.C.I. Champ In the 440, also returns as do distance runners Mark Cannon and Larry Barry. 129 WRESTLING Row 1: T. Cooper, M. Cannon, D. Zemke. Row 2: C. Haug, C. Thies, Coach Bishop, E. Hawth orne. The Big Blue wrestlers capped off a successful season by finishing second to Augustana in the CCI Conference Tournament. Every Millikin wrestler placed in the meet, with Doug Zemke winning the I 30 pound title. Although the team had a poor dual meet record (1-7), it was due to the fact that only six men, Mark Cannon, Zemke, Craig Thies, Charlie hiaug, Ed hlawthorne, and Terry Cooper, wrestled regularly. These wrestlers were still good enough to gain Milli- kin fifth in the Knox Invitational, third in the Millikin Invitational, and second in the North Central Invitational. « 130 Row 1: G. Bohmer, D. Winkler, H. Bunting. P. Shaw, T. Hoffman, J. Irish, J. Krause, J. Welsh, L. Beck, S. Mathias, J. Newman, W. Anderson, T. Henson. Row 2: F. Will, D. Munn, A. Bernadlno, J. Griffin, J. Keith, J. Helm, K. McGhie, M. Reid, J. May, D. Troemper, D. Blue, S. Czapski, L. Laughlin, M. Jurgens, f. Davis, The Big Blue found the 1963 season to be one of ups and downs. Highly touted at the beginning of the season, the Blue couldn ' t overcome an aroused Illinois State University team in its first game in the new Illinois State stadium. Although playing a rough hard-nosed game, Millikin lost its opener at Normal 13-7. In the Parent ' s Day game the team snapped back to hand Carroll a 19-6 defeat. The Big Blue really got rolling by defeating North Park by a score of 19-6, but was side-tracked by North Central 12-0. Once again Millikin snapped back to pound Wesleyan to the tune of 33-0. Missouri Valley was the Blue ' s next victim In the hHome- coming game 27-20. Augustana crushed Millikin ' s championship hopes at Rock Island by beating the Falcons 19-14. In the last game of the season Millikin faced the 1962 CCI champs, Carthage. In their finest game of the season the team was tied by Carthage 0-0. The Blue missed the only real scoring opportunity of the day when Ken McGhie ' s 97 yard touchdown run was called back by an offside penalty. Coach Bishop has a fine nucleus to build on with most of the team returning. With two of the finest linemen in the conference. Chuck Siebel and Craig Thies, gradu- ating, Bishop will depend heavily on Buchanan, hiall, Madigan, and Mchlenry to beef up the front wall. With Ken McGhle, all-conference half back, and John hlelm return- ing. Bishop should have few worries in the back field. Richard Hall Charles Haug Ed Hawthorne John Helm Tom Henson 135 J Jim McHenry Bob Madigan Steve Ma+hias John May « 136 » D. Keller, J. Bader, S. Helm, D. Gulick, L. McCrary, N. Bristow, M. Kennedy, J. May, J. Hill, J. Black, Coach Williams; E. Ransopher, Assistant Coach. 1963-64 BASKETBALL TEAM Mlllikin was handicapped once again this year by the lack of a big man under the boards. Although Dick Gulick, Mike Kennedy, and Norm Bristow all did a good job at center, none could do it consistently. What the Big Blue lacked up front they almost made up with guards. John Black and Jerry hiill, freshman, were real spark plugs throughout the year. Hill scored over thirty points in several games, and Black was a masterful floor general, hlowever, lack of consistent good play overshadowed the team ' s moments of brilliance. One of the brightest points of the season was the Blue ' s back to back victories over North Park (109-86) and front-running Augustana (85-78). The team also loo ked good in a victory over Eastern Illinois at Charleston. Next year ' s hopes should be high. The only player that will be lost by graduation is Jim Bader. Everyone else, Including rookies hiill, Kennedy, and Barton, will be returning. « 138 » Coach Don Williams Captain Steve Helm M.U. 67 December 2 71 December 7 67 December 1 1 67 December 19 71 December 20 98 December 23 99 January 4 70 January 7 83 January 18 75 January 24 82 February 1 63 February 5 109 February 7 85 February 8 80 February 13 78 February 18 86 February 22 91 February 25 78 February 28 54 February 29 74 March 2 MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY BASKETBALL Schedule and Results — 1963-64 _ Washington . _ St. Louis Carroll Waukesha, Wis. .North Central Naperville .Eastern Illinois hlome .North Park Chicago .Carthage hlome .McKendree Lebanon .MacMurrav Jacksonville North Central hlome ..III. State University (Normal) — Normal North Park hlome Augustana hHome ....Wheaton - Wheaton Illinois Wesleyan Home Carroll hlome Indiana Central hlome ....Augustana Rock Island Carthage Carthage .Washington hlome All home games were played at Kintner Gym Conference Game Opp. 86 78 80 69 (OT) 85 95 61 7i(OT) 86 86 84 84 86 78 96 93 96 100 87 68 101 « 139 » WOMEN ' S TENNIS TEAM Members of the women ' s tennis team practiced twice each week in preparation for the Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament for Women held this year on May 8-9 on the Fairvlew Park courts. Row 1: P. Meils, B. Burkhalter, J. Alvey. Row 2: D. Albert, S. Holmer, C. Karowsky, Coach D. McClure. MEN ' S TENNIS TEAM Millikin ' s tennis team may be hurt this year by grad- uation losses, hlowever, there are four returning letter- men: Rich Steele, George Clucas, Lynn McCrary, and Jerry Born. Coach " Turk " Edwards seems to feel that this team has good potential, and they might possibly develop into a championship squad. The team will also be bolstered by newcomers John Keith, John Frye, and Dave Leonhard. Row 1: D. Leonhard, J. Born, B. Givens, G. Yust, J, Frye. Row 2: R. Steele, J. Keith, G. Clucas, L. McCrary, D. McCloud, J. Murray, Coach Edwards. THE GOLF TEAM The Blue golf team faces a promising season. Captain Eddie Kaufman and Tom Walden are the lettermen coming back to lead the team. The other three positions on the team will be fought out be- tween B. Sill, J. Munch, B. Stoner, L. Grimes, J. Lyeria, and G. Messerli. The team could be much improved this year if they could get sufficient good weather to practice in. In any case the team looks forward to a rewarding season. Row 1: E. Kaufman, T. Walden, G. Messerli. Row 2: B. Stoner, L. Grimes, Coach Williams, J. Munch. « 14 2 » THE 1964 BASEBALL TEAM The baseball squad should be much stronger this year with last year ' s promising freshmen seasoned by a full year of play. The two top pitchers should be D. Jones and H. Tipsword. Strong hitting is expected from last year ' s lettermen: C. Siebel, Co-captain J. Helm, Co- captain T. Bahlow, S. hielm, M. Reid, and J. Imming. Newcomers John Feely and Kenny Curry should help against the tough competition the Blue will face thio spring. The Big Blue opens against Wisconsin, and then plays Illinois, Indiana, and Illinois State. This type of com- petition should prepare the team to mow down the other teams In the CCI. Row 1: T. Krause, F. Cordts, M. Ferguson, K. Curry, D. Curry. Row 2: J. Helm, T. Bahlow, C. Seibel, Coach Bishop, S. Helm, J. Imming, D. Troemper. Row 3: H. Tipsword, H. Friedman, M. Jurgens, D. Hoffman, J. Feely, D. Jones, C. Key. Coach Mel Bishop Co-Captains Tom Bahlow, John Helm Background: Mike Reid 143 » W.A.A. GIRL JE AMINE PASS The W.A.A. Girl is selected by the officers and man- agers of W.A.A. on the basis of service to W.A.A. , skill In intramural activity, sportsmanship, participation in other activities, scholarship, personality, and leadership. SENIOR BLAZER WINNERS Seniors Blazers are awarded to those who have been a member of W.A.A. for four years and have earned 1500 points through par- ticipation. This year ' s senior blazer winners are: Jeanine Pass, Sandy Quiram, absent Linda Kummer and Barb binder. " M " MAN CRAie THIES The 1963-1964 " M " Man Is Craig Thies, a senior from Pekin, Illinois, major- ing In physical education and mathematics. The selection was made on the basis of athletic ability, scholarship, sportsmanship, and extracurricular activities. Craig ' s honors In football are numerous. As well as being a four-year letter- man and team co-captain, he was voted most valuable player this year, all conference line-backer for three years, all state for two years, all district N.A.I. A. for two years, and honorable mention Little All American. Wrestling 191 and heavy-weight, Craig was able to compile a 34-5 record In his four years of participation, hlls senior year he served the team as captain. In addition to athletics, Craig has participated in his fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsllon, and on Interf raternlty Council. Truly, Craig is deserving of the title, " ' M ' Man of the Year. " Row 1: B. Schillinger, J. Pass, A. Levey. Row 2: C. Cooper, P. Meils, J. Alvey, B. Decker. Absent: I. Anderson, J. Jouett, J. Elliot, C. SInkosky, N. Smyth, B. Burkhalter, S. Hudson, M. Becktr. ■M " C L U B INTRAMURAL OFFICERS AND MANAGERS Membership in the Women ' s Athletic Associ- ation is open to any girl interested in partici- pating in women ' s sports. Intramural contests are held In speedball, deck tennis, bowling, basket- ball, volleyball and badminton. Members may earn numerals, letter awards, and a senior blazer through participation. W.A.A. and the Women ' s Physical Education Department co-sponser the Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament for women. This year was the 48th annual tourney. About twenty schools from Illi- nois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Iowa participated. Th Is year ' s officers were Sue Hudson, presi- dent; Jeanine Pass, vice-president; Pris Mells, secretary; and Marianne Becker, treasurer. Row 1: T. Walden, R. Henke, M. Barron, E. Hawthorne, C. Haug, D. Zemke, G. Clucas. Row 2: D. Troennper, J. Imming, C. Thies, J. Bu- chanan, D. Jones, M. Cannon, M. Jurgens, J. Helm, T. Krause. Row 3: D. Munn, T. Bahlow, J. Bader, D. Winkler, H. Bunting, C. Bohmer, H. Tipsword, S. Helm, M. Kennedy, D. Blue, M. Reid. « 145 » Congratulations to Millikin University Class of I964 From the Decatur Association of Commerce Building the city — that ' s the job of the Decatur Association of Com- merce. This job includes Millikin University, which plays such an important role in Decatur. During your student days at Millikin, you no doubt have noted how Decatur is growing. This is not just an accident, but an unfolding of a pro- gram of work for the growth of the city, developed by the Association of Commerce in cooperation with governmental bodies, organizations and clubs, as an expression of the " ambitions of the community. " 146 ADVERTISING The Association of Commerce is a clearing house for community team-work — Decatur ' s sales agency. It promotes and protects jobs in fac- tories, stores and offices. It collects and distributes facts about Decatur. It seeks to promote and protect investments in private and public properties. It is an avenue by which the whole " Decatur neighborhood " may become increasingly a better place in which to live and work. All of these activities are an assist to Millikin University, its faculty and student body. As a graduate of Millikin, wherever you may live, we urge you to help give leadership to that community to help it become wholesome and pro- gressive. As University men and women, we charge you to accept this chal- lenge in the spirit of your Alma Mater — Millikin University. " A duty dodged is like a debt unpaid, it is only defer- red, we must come back and settle the account at last " Joseph Fort Newton 147 There ' s a service to fit your every need . . . ... AT THE CITIZENS . . . " Leader In Progressive Services Loan Services There is a loan service to fit your needs at the Citizens, whether it be personal loan, commercial loan, real estate loan, construction loan or a farm loan. We invite you to visit our Loan Department where your needs will be discussed in friendly privacy. Motor Banking The Citizens is the first in Decatur to furnish sheltered motor banking. Three teller booths are located in the Citizens Park- ing Garage, and these are open for " Early Bird " banking at 8 AM daily, remaining open until 5 PM. Sheltered from the weather, you can transact nearly all of your banking busi- ness from the front seat of your car. General Banking Services All banking service facilities at the Citizens have been ar- ranged for your convenience. Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts, Night Depository, Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Travelers Checks, Letters of Credit and Financial Consultation are but a few of the many Citizens services designed to fit your needs. The Citizens Parking Garage Another of the Citizens ' many community services is the Citizens Parking Garage. You can park your car out of the weather and enter either the Citizens Building or the Citizens Bank directly from the Garage. The Citizens Parking Garage is for public use and is not limited to use by Bank customers. ® THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK F.D.I.C. 148 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. The Millikin Class of 1964 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. 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., I DECATUR, ILL. Factories at: Decatur, Chattanooga, Los Angeles; In Canada: Mueller, Limited, Sarnia, Ontario. 149 Marvel- Schebler Products Division BORG-WARNER CORPORATION CONGRATULATIONS 1964 GRADUATES of MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY Today ' s leaders were yesterday ' s gradu- ates: men and women willing to accept their responsibilities to make their community and country strong. Now, it ' s your turn to join them. B ut you will be a good citizen only if you choose to be — and if you work at it. Then, and only then, will you — and millions like you — help your community and country build a record of progress. CATEitPi .I.AIt TRACTOR CO. 151 South Shores Wishiug jou every success Wise shoppers make one stop at . . . HAINES and ESSICK IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN DECATUR • Typewriters • School and Business Supplies • Book Shop • Gift Shop • Card Shop • Sport Shop • Toy Shop • Office Equipment • •••• ••ooe •••• Ifs a ivise student who depends on the COLLEGE SUPPLY STORE IN THE HEART OF MILLIKIN ' S CAMPUS • College Textbooks • School Supplies • Students Sundry Needs • Athletic Supplies • Sports Clothing 152 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. COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES Savings Accounts Checkmaster Accounts Checking Accounts Bank-by-Mail Sidewalk Teller Windows Complete Loan Service Safe Deposit Boxes Travelers Checks Free Customer Parking Tke ILUKIN TIONAL of Deca-tuir MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Founded in 1860 by James Millikin 153 VARIETY 4 Stores to serve YOU • 134 N. Broadway • 1130 N. Main • 250 N. First — South Shores • 3080 N. Water — Brettwood BRAND NAMES , CONGRATULATIONS . . . and hest wishes To the Class of 1964 and the staff and students of Millikin University MUTUAt IlVStJRAlVCE COMPAIVY James S. Kemper, Chairman B. C. Dahlmann, President Executive Office : 666 NORTH WATER ST. • DECATUR, ILLINOIS • PHONE 422-8521 154 The Bank with Time for You Complete Banking Services Include : • Checking Accounts • Savings Accounts • Installment Loans • Commercial Loans Real Estate Loans • Safety Deposit Boxes • Farm and Property Management • Trust Services • Christmas Qub • Travelers Checks FREE PARKING — DRIVE-IN WINDOWS at THE NATIONAL BANK OF DECATUR Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 155 I " Knowledge is more than equivalent to forceJ ' SAMUEL JOHNSON DAWSON WIKOFF FUNERAL DIRECTORS DECATUR MT. ZION ARGENTA Compliments of a Friend Compliments of McManus Florists Flowers and Corsages For Any Occasion 1106 W. Pershing Rd. - Phone 877-1150 156 Diamonds Watches China Crystal Fashion Jewelry Linens Perfumes Handbags ■ Sterling and Plated Silverware Post ' s Diamonds Are " Registered ' ' For Your Protection There ' s No Extra Charge for Post s Liberal Payment Plan! H. POST SONS Jewelers for Over 93 Years Merchant at Prairie Phone 423-9781 Decatur, Illinois We Welcome Students! to the SOY CAPITAL BANK lVO )t is the tUne to plan for the future with an economy " checking account. T F AFJIV future with a savings account (earning maximum bank rates.) 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. 157 Compliments of SWARTZ RESTAURANT Compliments HUNTER - POGUE LUMBER CO. 705 N. OAKLAND Tel. 428-3487 SUPER MARKETS DECATUR AND SPRINGFIELD 7 " Better Foods Priced Right ' ' IN IN SPRINGFIELD DECATUR 709 W. Jefferson 1355 N. Rt. 48 2280 E. William 2901 N. Main St. Wherever thirsty people are... Bottled under authority of the Coca-Cola Co. by The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Decatur Licensed and Insured EICHENAUER ELECTRIC SERVICE Fine Lighting Fixtures - Adequate Wiring Kitchen aid Dishwashers (factory trained mechanics) Preway, Hotpoint, Modern Maid HARDWARE and SCOTT LAWN PRODUCTS Largest Light Bulb Selection In Decatur Your Electric Service Center Since 1942 Oakwood Shopping Area 429-4229— Days Night— 429-6402, 877-7543 where the clever girls shop to look smart sportswear - dresses coats - suits furs townd own House 253 noxtfi main red house 239 ioutA oaALanJ. 158 With More Than 59 Years Experience And Over $47,000,000 in Assets . . . MUTUAL continues to serve the best interests of Decatur and Central Illinois by : • Encouraging Thrift • Providing Home Financing Mutuo£ Mom£ and fiaviii j AJiodiiiioit 135 EAST MAIN DECATUR, ILLINOIS J Tradition of Service That Began in l9o4 Try SUNBEAM CHRISTY and FOLTZ . . . and Compare Supply Company Ready Mix Concrete Phone 428-8601 740 South Main St. Now — " Batter Whipped ' ' 160 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 64 from SCHUDEL ' S Decatur ' s Leading Launderers and Dry Cleaners Since 1910 The Colonial CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADS Thanhs for the past patronage , . . and hope it will continue in the future WALTER T. AUER FRED S. COX Phone 423-7223 BIEDERMANS FINE FURNITURE Homefurnishers Since 1886 Open Every Night 250 East William St. Decatur, 111. Phone 428-3467 FASHIONS for Junior Misses and Tall Girls Decatur s Leading Specialty Store Compliments of WOARE BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Brick and Builders Supplies 1600 N. Calhoun St. Phone 429-4404 Decatur, Illinois BLACK COMPANY SPORTING GOODS 340 North Main 125 East North DECATUR - ILLINOIS Phone 429-5376 162 Nicholson Clark and Co. INSURANCE Telephone 429-4365 114 N. Water St. Decatur For the SMARTEST FEET on campus wear shoes from RAUPP ' S 139 NORTH WATER DOWNTOWN BROWNIE COAL COMPANY COAL High Grade Coals For Less BROWNIE COALCO. Phone 429-5131 840 N. Morgan Decatur, Illinois Telephone 429-4201 FUNERAL MORAH N. WATER ST. AT ELDORADO DECATUR . .ILLINOIS 164 Congratulations From Your Alums Lillian L., Dorothy M., and Gene MONSON FUNERAL HOME 239 W. PRAIRIE Phone 428-4429 Ready-tO ' W ear Sportswear Jewelry Millinery 135 E. Prairie Phone 423-3644 Williams for important clothes Compliments of DECATUR BOTTLING CO. Pepsi Bottlers of Seven-Up Orange Crush Congratulations from WAGNER CASTINGS CO. SVENDSEN FLORIST FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSE 2702 North Broadway Ph. 877-4767 F. T. D. GROVELS RESTAURANT For FINE STEAKS AND CHICKEN DINNERS Phone 877-5064 Routes 51-48-121 Decatur, Illinois 166 SECURITY SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATIO N Save for a Secure Future 243 South Water St. Telephone 428-2121 Member F,S,L,LC. PHONE 429-5429 730 SO. MAIN DECATUR " For a Job to be Well Done ' ' EVERYTHING IN ROOFING AND SHEET METAL Industrial Commercial Residential Farm KING-LAR COMPANY 2020 E. Olive Phone 429-2323 DECATUR, ILLINOIS Heating LENNOX Congratulations Schwartz Glass Company 736 South Main Street Decatur, Illinois 168 Best Wishes To 1964 Grads MILLER - O NEILL FLOOR COVERINGS and DRAPES Compliments of Howard Johnson s 273 East Pershing Road Decatur, Illinois Best Wishes for Success from THE NORMAN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY Thompson-Kramer Music Co. School Band Service 215 North Main St. Decatur, Illinois Phone 422-5611 Compliments of Sims Lumber Company " Everything for the Home PHONE 429-5305 IfonTHEcoRnER LQRISTd GKEEIV HOUSES HOTEL ORLANDO aij SJt IVit i 7louret5 wr 160 South Water Street (at Wood) Phone 429-5305 170 Consratulations Graduates of 1964 Compliments of SWAIN MYERS ASSOCIATES, Inc. SAVE AND EARN DESIGNERS and SUPPLIERS with Complete Food Service FIRST FEDERAL w A AZTivr ' w A ivrn T O A IV oAVliiljo AIM J LjUAIi ASSOCIATION of Macon County Equipment and Fixtures for Schools Restaurants , Institutions Clubs and Drug Stores 155 W. Eldorado Street 544-552 N. MAIN ST. Compliments of Compliments of Burdick Plumbing and Heating Co. Young ' s Packing Co. Inc. Decatur, Illinois 728 So. Main St. Since 1897 DECATUR, ILLINOIS Inspected Meats 172 Main at Prairie FASHION HEADQUARTERS MISS CAROL SHOP for juniors and misses TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOP for sports and casual clothes THE SALON SHOPS for dresses, coats, and suits THE ACCESSORY BAR for smart accessories, lingerie MILLINERY SALON for the smartest hats in town LOOKING? See the difference at FLORA JEWELERS ROBY ROBY James E. Roby Verne E. Roby Class of ' 43 REALTORS Complete Line of Real Estate Service SALES - LOANS INSURANCE - BUILDERS 252 E. Main St. Phone 428-3451 Compliments of King ' s Restaurant Parking Facilities On U. S. Route 51 850 N. Main Street Decatur, Illinois Home Owned and Home Operated 725 E. Prairie Decatur, 111. Congratulations from 6i Decatur s Largest Friendliest Store Telephone 429-4391 174 HECHT ' S for " College Fashions " 335 N. Water Street Best Wishes to the 1964 Graduates from Brintlinger ' s Funeral Home Harold B. Brintlinger 500 West Main St. — Decatur and Cerro Gordo, Illinois Enloe ' s Lincoln Square Drug Service Corner of Lincoln Square and Main St. Phone 428-6657 Enloe s Prescription Shop 348 West Prairie Street Phone 428-8653 THE BLUE MILL " For Steaks that YouHl Remember Compliments of Meadow Gold Dairy Milk :: Ice Cream 304 S. Main — Phone 429-5241 Compliments of THE WINERY 176 HOTEL ORLANDO 2 New Restaurants Coffee Shop New Cocktail Lounge Ample Parking 156 N. Water St. Phone 4294331 250 N. Water St. Decatur, 111. Phone 428-4601 Quigles FASHIONS FOR THE HOME DECATUR 329 N. Main Ph. 428-7741 MATTOON Charleston 17th Ave. Ph. Adams 4-7464 From Decatur ' s Largest and Finest Diamond Jewelers To All MiUikin Students WELCOME CARSON JEWELERS 300 N. Water Phone 428-6677 RAYCRAFT DRUG CO. • Fountain Service • Finest of Cosmetics • Complete Prescription Service Compliments of HEINKEL PACKING CO. 178 for extra-curricular activity . . . browse at SMARTWEAR FOR JUNIORS 147 North Water Street Compliments of Schwartz Furniture Co. 835-859 N. Water St. Compliments of Rilev ' s Wagon Wheel Restaurant Wood and Oakland Smorgasbord Cecil ' s Studio Phone 429-2316 631 W. Eldorado Commercial Photographers Merry-Randolph Motor Supply Co. 304 East Wood St. Phone 429 5295 BEN ' S BARN Decatur s Friendliest Restaurant Finest in Steaks, Sea Foods, and Chicken 764 East Eldorado - Decatur, 111. Neumode Hosiery Shop Hosiery for Men, Women and Children Complete Line of Campus Socks Phone 422-1755 - 117 N. Water St. C. N. Gorham Sons, Inc. Mortgage Bankers — Realtors 407 N. Main Street P. O. Box 1029 Decatur, Illinois SemmePs Ladies Ready to Wear 288 N. Park ■ Phone 422 6641 179 INDEX — A— Abraham, Shellee Kay 102 Aimone+te, William J 63, 110, 132 Albert, Diane 57, 143 Alexander, Joy 69, 98 Alexander, Lillian, Mae 89 Alfeld, Joanne 47, 77, 81, 100 Allan, Ralph W 39, 128, 129 Allen, David I 10 Allen, Gerry 63, I I 3 Allen, Jack C 35 Allen, Pamela Marilyn 57, 80 Allen, J. Philip 57, 81, 83, 85, 113 Allen, Richard Lee 47 Alvey, M. Jenne+te 57, 83, 100, 143, 145 Ama+o, John L 47, 81, 93, 113 Ama+o, Ronald A 57, 76, 81, 113 Ambrosios, James W 47 Andelman, Margaret 69, 100, 127 Anderson, Gary 57, 76, 85, 117 Anderson, Ingrid 102 Anderson, Warren 69 Anderson, William P 37, 132 Appelt, Juanita 42 Armentrout, Bette 69, 102 Armistead, Michael... .26, 57, 89, 89, 90, 9! Armsbury, Susan Denise 57, 83, 104 Arnett, Barbara Sue 85, 90 Ashby, Dean 57, 84, 113 Augspurger, Nancy J 57, 104 Autor, Steve 47, 76, 106 Avia, Anthony Leonard 110 — B— Bader, James L..47, 108, 109, 129, 138, 145 Bahlov , Thomas E 143, 145 Baird, John H 89 Baird, Neil M 76, 86, 89, 90 Baits, Beverly Mae 63 Baker, Bonnie 63, 100, 115 Baker, Bruce Edward 63, 89, 89, 120 Ball, Larry Keith 85 Baltz, Christine Dorothy . . 69, 100, 115, 127 Bamford, Lynne Joyce 69, 104, 127 Barber, Robert P I 19 Barbre, Betty Lu 102 Barckley, Lynn 47, 90 Barnhart, Deanna Ruth 63, 82, 83, 104 Barron, Melvin H 132, 145 Barry, James P 47, 78 Barry, Larry 8, 108, 129 Bateman, Mark Edward 63, 106, 115 Bauman, Barbara Jean 47, 77, 79, 81, 104, 105 Baylor, Ronald Max 47 Beadles, Jerran 57 Bear, Catherine Joy 63, 81 Beck, Gilbert Leroy 132 Becker, Gary Earl 69 Becker, Marianne 47, 78, 79, 80, 104 Beoeman, Fred Douglas 57, 80, 110 Benner, Denny 40 Bensen, Margaret 57, 83 Benson, Roberta Joan 98 Beradino, Al 108, 129, 132 Berg, Mrs. Marguerite K 37 Bernardini, Sharon Ann 47, 83, 98, 99 BIddle, Frank 108 Bilyeu, Paul Berry 47 Bishop, Mel 39, 128, 130, 132, 143 Black, John Foster 108, 138 Blackley, Terry John 47, 83, 112, 113 Blair, Arnold Eugene 63, 87, 118 Blair, Keith D 57, 80, 110 Blickensderfer, Sally Ann 47, 79 Bloemker, Joyce 123 Blue, Dave William....57, 108, 129, 132, 145 Boatman, Lynette Marie 69, 102 Bock, Aileen 86, 86 Bode, Dale Lester 69, 87, 113, 118, 129 Bohmer, Glenn Stephen 87, 132, 145 Bond, Mary Jane 63, 86, 89, 104 Bopp, Stephen G 69 Borg, Richard R 113 Bormann, Beth 47 Born, Gerald Lloyd I 10, 143 Bourne, Gary 63 Bowen, Gary K 14, 48, 95 Boyer, Norm 48, 76, 78, 91, 106, 115 Bradish, Carol Ann 120 Bradley, Sheila Kay 57 Bredberg, Barbara Lynne 69, 93. 104 Breed, Paul W 84 Brelhan, John Michael 63, 85, 118 Breitman, Jeff W 48 Brennan, Mary J 81, 82 Breting, Kathy Elaine 63, 82 Brissenden, James Leslie 110 Bristow, Norman LeRoy 57, 113, 138 Brockway, John Aubrey 57, 87, 113 Broeker, Robert Lee 63, 106 Brooks, Bonnie Sue 48, 79, 82, 83, 83, 85, 95, 98, 99, 114, 116 Brooks, Gary Donald 78, 85 Brooks, Marianne 43 Brown, Beverly Ruth 69, 83, 104 Brown, Bryce K 38 Brown, Jeanne 69, 98, 115 Browning, Clyde 37 Browning, George D 5 7, 76, 110 Bruniga, Joy 48 Bruninga, Linda Beth . ..57, 95, 100, 116, 126 Buchanan, John William 132, 145 Buckley, Martha Jean 69, 104 Buckley, Sam 48 Budde, Jim Hader 63 Bunting, Howard Russell 132, 145 Burger, Delores 123 Burgess, Mary Etta 57 Burgner, Sharon 120 Burkhalter, Becky 63, 83, 104, 143 Butler, Linda Kay 69 Buttel, Rose Marie 57 Butts, Jay Stanley I 12, 113 Byrkit, Barbara Ann 48 Cadle, Martha Louise 63, 86 Calhoun, Larry D. 36 Camp, Carolyn L 63, 80, 83, 100 Campbell, Robert A. 36 Cannon, Mark L 57, 129, 130, 145 Canny, Kenneth Robert 63, 85, 106 Carey, Frank J 41 Carlin, Barbara Jo 57, 83, 102, 103. 126 Carlson, Earland J. 34 Carnahan, Robert Don 113 Cassell, Linda Fay 19, 48, 83, 100 Cearlock, Loreta L. 100, 126 Chaney, Lana Jean 48 Cherry, Helene (Mrs. W. A.) 90 Christenson, Paul 69, 87 Clark, Constance M 48 Clark, Fred L 57 Clark, George (Bill) W 106 Clark, Paula Lea 93, 98 Clayton, Mary Irl 69, 86, 87, 89, 104 Clayton, Ronald Kent 57, 63, 85 Clucas, George L 143, 145 Clutts, David Daniel 69, 87 Coffey, Toni 123 Cokusis, Andrea Low 69, 104 Connors, Marie E 48 Contraras, Frank R 58, 86, 118 Cook, Betty Lou 58, 83, 98 Coombs, Marsha 123 Cooper, Cathy 145 Cooper, Caroline Kaye 63, 69. 82, 104 Cooper, Terry Ingram 48, 130 Coover, Miss Sandra J 42 Cordes, Betty.. . 46, 48, 78, 79, 83, 101. 110 Cordts, Fred 143 Corn, Donna Kay 123 Costan, George James 63, 110 Couch, William Allen Jr I 13 Cowan, Nancy Anita 63 Crawford, Judy Lee 69, 98 Crawford, Mary Jane 69, 102 Crichfield, Judith Annette 69, 85 Cripe, Larry Eugene 58 Crittenden, Sheryl Lynn 127 Crossland, Naida 63, 81, 104, 127 Crow, David 48 Crowhurst, Judith Dawn 83, 98. 114 Cunningham, Harriet Kay 58 Cunningham, Sue Janet 120 Curry, Connie Joanne 69 Curtis, Mary E 122, 123 Czapski, Stephen Stewart 132 — D— Damron, Kenneth B 132 Danforth, Douglas 58 Davidson, D. Robert 48 Davis, Frank Joseph 48, 78, 132 Davis, John Loyle 49, I I 0 Dawald, Victor F. 38 Day, Margaret (Mrs. Harry) 42 Decker, Barbara Jean. ...63, 83, 98, 127, 145 Deffenbaugh, Robert Eugene 110 DeHesus, Michael Harte 58, 81, 93, 113 Deimel, Robert William 64, 118, 120 Dennis, Clyde A 36, 78 Deremiah, Sandra Diane 100 180 DeShong, James Anson III 86, 118 Devin, Diane C. - 100 DeVos, Wendy T 58, 83, 87, 95, 98, 116 Dexheimer, Karl D 49, 110, III Dexter, Diana Sue 69, 82, 127 Dexter, Richard J 37, 84 Dickey, Nancy 123 Dietrich, William Thomas 64, 108, 132 Dllley, Frank B 39, 76, 78, 89 Disbrow, Jacqueline Louise 63 Disbrow, Theodore Charles 58 Dodds, David William 69, 81, 113 Dodson, Mrs. Gertrude 98 Donaldson, David Ross 85, 87, 118 Dooley, Robert Dennis 70 Dorner, George C 38 Doubleday, Neal F 36 Douglas, Janet Sue 70, 104 Downey, Dennis J. 64, I 20 Downs, Linda Lee 49, 77, 79, 81, 102 Doyle, Donna Ethel 70, 120 Drake, Charles G 40, 89 Drenan, James W 38, 80 Drennan, Miss Dorothy 42 Duddleston, John P 49 Duncan, Jowellyn E 90 Dunn, James F 49, 119 Durning, Sandra Jean 58, 83 Dykema, Janet 123 Dyson, Jo Ellen 104 — E— Eandi, Michael Fred 70, I 10 Earl, Marilyn 122 Eckert, Rita Ann 58, 83, 86, 116 Edie, Colleen Kay 102 Edie, Patricia Ann 81, 102 Edwards, E. M 35, 128, 143 Edwards, Julie 49, 76, 78, 82, 102 Elam, Harriet L 58, 76, 77, 83, 104 Elbert, Kenneth Merle I 19 Elliot, Joan Elizabeth 87 Elston, Barbara Ellen 49 Elston, W. Frank 64 Epperson, William Edward... .62, 64, 84, 87, 110, 118 Ervin, Eileen L 64, 76, 93 Etzkorn, Leilano LaVelle 70, 82, 86 Eufert, Mike 108 Evans, Martha Ann 49, 83, 87, 102 Evans, Mike A 70, I I 0 Eversole, Esther 58 Ewing, Vicky 49, 104 — F— Fackler, Pamela F 64 Fare, Maria Antonia 86, 90, 120 Farley, Lois Anne 70, 85, 98 Farr, H. Marshall 132 Faser, Marian (Steinbeck) 49, 79, 81, 83 Fathauer, Lavina Arlene 58 Feely, John Mike 143 Fennoy, Narmen 64, 84, 89, 90, 90, 120, 121 Fenton, Karen Hope 70 Ferguson, Merton W 143 Ferry, Mrs. Alma 42 Ferry, Richard E 38 FInklea, Philip 123 Fiko, Robert Michael 64, 84, 113, 129 Fills, Sandra Lynn 70, 76, 120 Finch, Ellen Kay 70, 100, 127 Fischer, Erika 58 Flanders, Karen Louise 64, 93, 104 Fletcher, Donald D 132 Flick, Drynda 123 Flint, Cynthia Jean 68, 70, 100, 127 Forbush, Mrs. Francile H 42 Foster, Larry Wayne 49 Fotzler, Sharon Lucile 82, 87, 89, 93, 120 Fox, Miss Donna Kay 42 Franke, Susan Marie 58, 90 Friedman, Herbert Ira 143 Fritch, Barbara Karen 64, 100 Frus, Larry D 49 Frye, John Robert 70, 86, 118, 143 Fryman, Joseph D. Jr 70, 81 Fuesting, Doris Kay 100 Gage, Beth 49, 77, 78, 79, 89, 102 Gage, Daniel J 2, 3, 39, 78 Gage, Elinor (Mrs. Daniel) 2, 3, 36 Galloway, Jill Janis 70, 81, 98 baraicoa, Mrs. Patricia 42 Gaston, Jack W 40, 78 Garver, Daniel Earl 49, 110, 115 taarwood, Leah Jo 83, 100 Gentala, Joan Marie - 8, 49 Gerber, Janet Irene 68, 70, 100, 127 Gerber, Jean Ann 49, 76, 77, 79, 80, 90, 95, 100 Gettinger, Karen 123 Gibbons, Judith Ellen 58 Gidel, Joyce E 64 Gill, R. Wayne 33, 91 Gilleland, Gary Wayne. ...46, 76, 77, 79, I 13 Giller, Jean Honey 64, 82 Gillogly, Sarah 122 Gindler, Beverly Irene 70, 86 Gisolo, Mary Kay 64, 85, 90, 93, 116 Givens, Robert Maurice 110, 143 Glasscock, David G 40 Glick, Dick L 68, 70, 138 Goode, Linda Sue 64, 85, 116 Gordon, Christine A 64 Grady, Kathy Ann 70, 102, 127 Graham, Mrs. W. W I 13 Grant, Alan 70, 106 Gray, Walter B 35 Gregory, Gary Richard 64 Greismeyer, JoAnn 70 Griffin, James H 132 Griggs, James Douglas 58, 82 Grimes, Larry Allen 58, 110, 142 Grissom, Barbara Jean 58 Grubb, Carolyn Phillips 50 Grubb, Richard Dale 50 Guest, Charles R 108 Gulick, Dick 50 — H— Hackman, Charles Howard 70 Hagen, Henry Charles 113 Haher, Lila Jean 100 Halkalls, Chris 108, 129 Hale, Richard Dennis 50 Hall, Rir.h-.rd Dolo 108, Y - Hrjllrnonn, Thorn i-. Arthur 106 Homilton, Bruco William 58 H.in, Rotor 90 Hanko, Krathryn R 58, 104, 115 Hansen, Betty Ellen 70, 93 Hanson, John Daniel 50, 113 Hanson, Lance Ron,jld 85, I I 7 Harbaugh, Susan Mary 64, 76, 82 Hardwick, Steven Lee 70 Hardy, Linda Kay 64, 80 Hargrove, Nancy 122 Harkins, Myrna Kathryn 64 Harland, Barbara 64, 82, 83, 104 Harper, Linda Joyce 70, 98, 115 Harris, James H 50, I I 3 Harris, Kathy Ruth 70, 83, 102, 127 Harris, Larry Harold 50 Harrison, Sharon Beth 70, 86, 87 Hattwig, Susan M 81, 120 Haug, Charles C 1 10, 130, 132, 145 Hawthorne, Eddie H 130, 145 Hayden, Harrold H 80, 118 Hays, John I I 3 Hayton, Donald R 108 Hayward, Howard 58, 113 Heckel, Wolfgang 50 Hehmeyer, Robert E 64, 76, 91, 94 Heiden, Richard 82 Heiss, William R MO Heifer, S. Elaine 64 Helm, John A I 10, 132, 143, 145 Helm, Stephen D 58, 108, 138, 139, 143, 145 Helmuth, Victoria M 90 Henderson, Mary Ann 80, 104 Hendrian, Janet Sue 71, 102 Hendrlan, Jim 50 Hendricks, John 85, 86, 118 Hendricks, Karen L 85 Henke, Richard Leo 84, 129, 145 Henry, David C 71, 113, 129 Henry, Judy 122 Kensel, Mrs. Fred 106 Henson, Thomas J 132 Herman, Joan 123 Hermens, Richard A 38 High, Robert L 58 Hildebrand, Jerry R 64, 108 Hill, Gerald A 38 Hill, Mrs. Mary Ellen 42 Hlller, Janet 123 Hinton, Beverly Sue 59, 80, 83, 104, 105 Hirstein, Ronald V 64, 76, 81, 119 Hoeltgen, Patricia Anne.. ..59, 80, 100, 101 Hofedltz, Brad C 83, 87 Hoffland, Richard D 41 Hoffman, Dale 143 Hoffman, James A 132 Hoffmeister, James Ronald 59 Holllger, Steffanni Jean 59, 89, 120 Holm, Lorna Kay 71, 93, 104, 115 Hollmann, Thomas 71 Holmer, Sally Jo 71, 76, 104, 127, 143 Holtzclaw, Tom A 59 Hood, Philip Allan 64 Hook, Sandra 122 Hopkins, Mrs. Esther L 90 Hoppler, Marilyn J 71, 87 Houghton, Mrs. C. S 104 181 Howell, Mar+he Page 59, 85, 87, 98, 114, I 16 Howenstine, Wllma (Mrs. H. B.) 42 Householder, William D 50 Hubbard, Robert Morse 87, 113 Hudson, Susan 59, 89, 90, 120, 121 Huffman, Linda C . 65, 83, 85, 90, 93, 120, 121 Hulburt, Jan Marie 50 Hullinger, David Louis 59 Hundley, Mrs. June 42 Hunter, Wilma 123 Hutton, Judith Ann 16, 17, 65 Imel, Paula Ann 50 Imming, Jerry C 46, 50, 76, 110, III, 143, 145 Irish, John S 71, 110, 132 — J— Jackels, Robert E 65, 106, 107 Jackson, Kathleen Ann 76, 81, 120 Jackson, Susan 123 Jarzembski, Steve 65 Jeffers, Mrs. Lora 90 Johnson, Sam F 59 Johnson, Willard B 84, 120, 121 Johnston, David H. 65, 108 Jones, Danny W I 13, 115, 143. 145 Jones, Roger B 59, 108, 109 Jones, Ronald L 50, 113 Jordan, Martha L 59, 86, 104 Jorgensen, Jane C 102 Jorgenson, Joyce R 50, 83, 102 Jouett, Thurma J 65, 102, 115 Jurgens, Michael E 65, 132, 143, 145 — K— Karov sky, Carol Anne 59, 77, 100, 143 Kassnel, Judy H 76. 90, 120 Kaufman, Edv in H. Jr 59, 80, 84, 142 Kauppala, Barbara M 71 Keeley, Gerald L 81, 83, 112, 113 Keest, Marilyn 51, 79, 80 Keith, John Earl 108, 132, 143 Kelder, Kathy 89, 90, 120 Keller, Doug 110, III, 138 Keller, Robert 106, 107, 115 Kelley, Karen Dee 51, 84 Kelliher, Joseph R 65, 84, 113 Kelly, Judith 51, 78, 79 Kempshall, Ann 122 Kennedy, Mike 38, 129, 145 Kerns, Byron 34, 79, 91 Kerr, Michael E 51 Key, Carl E 62, 65, 76, I 10, 132, 143 Keys, John Ed 59, 113 Kidd, David Richard 71, 81 Kidd, Sylvia A 71, 120 Killpatrick, Allen R 12, 51, 76, 77, 86, 91 King, Eric G 71 King, Thomas Nicholas 59, 83 Kleinmaier, Ronald Paul 85, 113 Kloker, Christina Gale....26, 65, 85, 89, 102 Knox, Sharon 122 Knutson, Brian Ed 65 Knutson, F. Bruce 59 Koch, Walter A 71, 81 Kraft, Maragretta Anne 71, 120 Kramer, Paula Jane 71, 81, 120 Krause, Jon A 132 Krause, Terry Lew 110, 143, 145 Kreuger, William 36 Kriz, Dona Karen 93, 104 Krows, Wayne 35 Kuhns, Robert A 71, 87, 120 Kuncar, Edward 90 Kunkel, William R 113 Kunshek, Rudy John 108 Kurth, Jerry W 85, I 18 — L— Lacy, Judy 56, 59. 80, 95, LaMarsh, Gerald 37, 78, LaMarsh, Marilyn Jane 71, 84, Lamont, Charles A 51, LaRowe, Kenneth Latherow, Linda Low 65, 85, Lathrop, Judy Laughlin, Larry William 108, Lawrence, Herriott Margaret..7 1 , 80, 81, Lazar, Sandra Marie Leaf, John Norman Lehman, Melinda Jean 65, Lehn, Carolyn Lenz, Beverly Ann Leonard, Charles Vernon Leonhard, David Lloyd 120, Lepp, Karen Faye 14, 59, 105, Levey, Ann Louise 65, Linder, Barbara Anne 51, 77. 79, 80, 91, 94, 98 Lindsay, Jacquelyn Livesey, Steve A Logan, Carol M Logston, Timothy Lombardozzi, Harry Richard....7 1 , 83, 86, Looft, Jane Helene 26 Lowe, Jayne W Ludy, Shirley Eileen 18, 59, 87, I 16, Lumpp, Stephen 7 I , Lyman, Suzanne 71, Lynge, Linda Lytle, Mrs. Grace 100 84 100 84 -.41 102 122 132 102 104 113 98 123 ....8 .65 143 I 14 145 83, , 99 ..42 ..59 120 129 87, I 18 , 59 ..85 120 106 100 123 ..90 — Mc— Macbeth, Thomas M 40 McCane, Marilyn Jean 102, 115, 126 McClellan, Karen 51, 80, 82 McClelland, Nancy Bell... .51, 77, 83, 89, 102 McCloud, Donald Grant.. ..65, 110, 115, 143 McClure, Dorothy 39, 91, 143 McClure, Maryann 59, 81, 83, 104, 105 McClure, Morrison Edmund 71 McClure, Oren 38, 83 McConnaughay, L. Georgia 51, 83, 116 McCraig, J 138 McCrary, Lynn Ward 59, 110, 143 McFadden, Joyce E 59 McGhie, Ken George 132 McGinnis, Frank 41 McGinnis, Winnifred 41 McGowan, Richard 41 McGrain, Richard 42 McHenry, Beverly 51 McHenry, James Michael 59, 132 McKay, Paul 32, 33 McLaughlin, Leslie Joa nne....7 1 , 81, 102, 127 McMillan, Linda Elaine 60, 78 McNealy, Thomas C 51, 108, 109 McNeil, Michael 65, 93, 113 McPeek, Beth L 34, 91 McQueen, Robert A 71 McTaggart, Ruth Ann 65, 91, 92, 104 McWhirter, Sue 19, 51, 82, 104 — M— Maaks, Gloria Eileen 71, 93, 120 Madigan, Bob 51, 110, 132 Mallinson, John Steve 86 Maly, Lillian Mildred 85 Maness, Carol Marietta, Gerald Lee 60, Martin, Georgiann 91, 104, Mathias, Mattern, Steve 71, Sharon Ann I Matthias, Kathy. I 10, 129, , 51, 76, 78, 82 60, 76, 77, 81, 123 87 I 13 132 77, 98 83 Maxwel 84, 91, 100, 101 Emma Jean. 51, 78, 79, 86, 89, 116, 120 Nancy 65 Maxwel May, John F 56, 60, 110, ill, 115, 130, 132, 138 Mayfield, David I I 3 Meils, Priscilla Jane 60, 76, 93, 143, 145 Meng, Cathlyn L 52, 82, 83, 98 Mericle, Mary Faith 52, 82, 83, 98 Merritt, William 35 Mershon, Rachel 52 Merwin, Kenneth 35 Messerii, Glenn 52, 118, 142 Mettler, Peggy Ann 65 Meyer, Bruce E 65, 85, 113 Meyer, James H 65, 81, 113 Meyers, Georgeann 71, 86 M M M M M M M M M M M M M chael. Amy Katherine 82, 98 eke ckc ler, ler. Cynthia 60, 84 Sara 87 Ca riene I 2 2 David J 82 J. Roger 41 Linda 122 Martin E 71 Phyllis June 72, 98 llikln, Linda Michele 72, 98, 115 lis, Charles I 18 tchell, Kenneth C I 10 tchell, Ronald W 106 Moffit, Judy Carol 65, 89 Monical, Emilie Sue 72, 100, 127 Montgomery, Mickey Lee 72, 110 Moore, Beverly Joyce 85, 104, 116 Moore, Patty Ann 65, 83, 116, 120 Moore, Robert B 39, 91 Moore, Walter G 52 Moothart, Mrs. Harry 108 Moreen, Pamela May 72, 89, 127 Morgan, Mary Gale 72, 100, 127 Morris, John Alden 72 Moushon, Duane L. 65 Mueller, Carl E 119 Mullendore, Daniel Wertz 51 Muller, Marlene K 60, 66 182 Mulliken, Maryellen 81, 89 Munch, James P 142 Munn, Dick W 129, 132, 145 Munsie, Susan 12, 46, 52, 83, 95, 100 Murray, Joe Michael 143 — N— Nanney, Janef Marie 66 Nelson, Sharon Ann 82 Nesler, Evelyn 42 Newberry, Lynn 83 Newell, R. Steven 60, 84, 113 Newman, Jerold Alan 72. 130, 132 Niemann, Sarah Jane 86 Nierman, William Edward 108 Niklich, Niky 52 Norton, Sue 60, 80, 104 Norville, Hubert 41 Novak, Marcia 120 — o— Obermeyer, Jane Lyon... .66, 87, 89, 90, 120 Olsen, Gail 36 Olson, Harry Alan 108 Olson, Susan G. (Shirley) 60, 100 Oman, Bruce R 87 Orlandini, Nicky Gino 72, 110 Orr, Martha 60, 91, 94, 98 Osborne, David Lowell 66, 84, 118 Ott, Marilyn 52 Overholt, James Lewis 110 — P— Paine, Richard C 78 Park, Don I 13 Parker, C. Susie 66, 82, 83. 100, 127 Parkinson, Cynthia Dianne 72, 81, 120 Parr, Stewart Dale 66, I I 3 Pass, Jeanine Marie 144, 145 Paton, John Richard 66 Patty, David Wesley 66, 113 Pease, John C 60 Pedersen, Jvlarian Jeanette 98, 127 Pedigo, June 43 Peel, Mrs. Ruth 90 Pennington, William 72 Perkins, Linda Elaine 66, 81, 84 Petersen, Martin Wayne 60 Peterson, Karen Ann 72 Peterson, Pamela Gean 72, 86, 93, 127 Peterson, Ronnie Gene 72 Pettit, Robert E 52 Pew, Phillip Lynn I 10 Ph aris. Bertha 37 Phifer, Carol Marie 66, 77, 83, 103 Phillips, Sandra 123 Picknell, Mrs. P. G 100 Plambeck, Linda 43 Platt, Bea Rhea 66, 85 Piatt, Charles A I 13 Polio, Jule Lynn 72 Ponder, Harold Ray 66, 76, 108 Posselt, Alene A 72, 81, 120 Post, David J 129 Potsos, Lewis G 66, 108 Powell, Carl William 66 Powell, Christine Louise 52 Pownall, George A 39 Price, Julie Louise 60, 86, 116 Propeck, Mrs. Linda 122 Provow, Linda Lee , 52, 77, 80, 100 Pursley, Phillip R 87 _9_ Quiram, Sandra Lee 52, 82, 144 — R— Radliff, Lawrence Ray 52, 77, 79, 132 Radtke, Kenneth 87, 118 Raemer, Karen 72, 115, 127 Ragsdale, John Marshall 56, 113 Ransopher, Edwin Lee 52, 128, 138 Rea, Caren Lee 72, 93 Redford, Gerald 35 Reed, Karl Ed 66, I 10 Reese, Richard Frank 108 Reeves, John D 36 Relche, Joan K 66 Reld, John Michael 132, 143, 145 Reidel, Ken 132 Reinebach, Dean H 66, I 18 Reltzel, Larry B 53 Rewerts, Lynnette Dawn 72, 98 Rex, Lawrence G 72 Rezny, Ronald Robert 53 Richardson, Kent 43 Richardson, Linda 53, 102 Richie, Lois 0 Richie, Robert 60 Richler, James 60 RItter, Bob Dean 53 RItz, Allen -.- 53, 92 Robinson, Mary - - 122 Roblson, Frances 43 Roblson, Jon Alan - 110, 113 Rocen, Frank 72 Roche, Mary Agnes 53, 83 Roe, Alicia 123 Rodney, Alan 60, I 12, 1 13, 129 Rogers, Jaquellne 53 Roofener, Cheryl Beth 102, 115 Roots, Karen 60, 81, 83, 100 Rosenquist, Parker 60, 113 Ross, Bonnie Jean 72, 100 Rothe, Carol Jean 53, 78, 79, 89, 89, 90 Rothe, Sharon .60, 83, 90 Rubley, Jan 66, 83, 100 Rugh, James B 72, I 13 Runge, Irene Elizabeth 66, 77, 95, 98 Rush, John F I 19 Russell, Caroline 122 Russell, Hazen C I 13 Rutherford, Nancy 83, 102 Rutland, Betty 122 St. John, Barbara 66, 83, 89, 98 Salvatore, Ramon Ray 72, 86, 118 Sapplngton, W. A 40 Schaar, Shashana 40 Schaller, Rosalinde 53, 81 Schawitsch, Linda 53 Schllllnger, Billle Levea 56, 60. 83, 98, 99, 145 Schlesier, Gerald 53 Schlieper, Dorothy 38 Schlueter, Marilyn Morle 53, 79, SO Schmidt, Don 53, I 10 Schmohe, Cyndy 53, 78, 86, 90, I 16 Schoettle, William I I 0 Schonert, Susanne 43 Schrock, Barbara .86 Schroeder, Karen 60, 76 Schultz, Verna 53 Schwartz, Kenneth 53 Scott, Milton 72, 85, 120 Scrimpsher, John Ray 66 Sedrel, Wesley D 60, 89, 120 Shaffer, Karen Lee 61, 86, 116, 122 Sharp, Joyce 72, 85 Shaw, Paul J 132 Shaw, Rebecca 122 Sheets, William 66 Shell, Lester C 37 Shelton, Leroy R 37 Shelton, Ronald 38, 76 Shepherd, Wanda 123 Sheppard, Patricia 123 Sheppard, Sandra 123 Sheppard, William 120 Short, Linda Sue 54, 77, 83, 100, 101 Siebel, Charles 54, 132, 143 Siemens, James 73 Slqfried, William 85, 118 Sill, William 66, 89, 110 Simmons, Nancy 73, 83, 102 Sims, Pamela I 23 SInkosky, Connie 61 Sipes, Steven 66 Six, Frances 43 Shelton, Sylvia 80 Skinner, Paul 41 Skirha, Martin I 10 Sloan, Barbara 123 Sloan, K. Dale 66, 129 Sloan, Vernon I I 3 SlotowskI, Connie 67 Small, Sandra 67 Smalley, Sandra 73, 100 Smethers, Loretta 123 Smith, Glen R 40, 91 Smith, Linda 73 Smith, Patricia 61, 83 Smith, Ruth — 73 Smith, Steve L 85, 108, 129 Smyth, Nike Susan 67, 85, 100, 127 Snider, Sharon 61, 83 Snow, Gordon I I 9 Snyder, Wesley 41 Soby, Lois 73, 98 Sons, Buckley 86 Sparks, Margaret 40, 80 Spearman, David 119 Spence, Ja mes I 1 9 Spence, Jerry L 119 Spltzer, Kenneth Dale 129 Springer, Mary Ann 73, 85, 104 Staley, Philip A 61 Stark, Patrick 73, 83, 87, 113 Steele, John Rich 73, 86, 113, 115, 143 Steele, Leslie Helen 67, 102, 103, 114 Steele, Richard 67, 84, 93 Steffan, Donna 61, 76, 77 Steffan, Kenneth 54, 76, 77, 113 Steinbeck, R 86 Stevenson, Dennis 67, 84, 113 183 Stewart, Paula 61 Stoner, William 142 Streu, Charles 87, I I 8 Stroyeck, Paula 122 Stupp, Rick 112, 113 Stutsman, Dail 73, 102, 127 Sullivan, Karen 1 23 Sullivan, William H 36 Sumner, E. Landon 73, 118 Suter, Mary Ann 61, 81, 93, 102, 114 Sutton, John H 87 Svob, Judith 67 Svrchek, Marthe 123 Swanson, Barbara Louise 89 Swanson, Barbara Pauline 67, 120 Swedenborg, Judy 73 Swolley, Ronald 61 Szydlowski, Joyce 116 — T— Talbert, Alice Taylor, Don Taylor, Madeline Taylor, Terry Ann 76, 83, Taylor, Zach Thomas 73, Tennery, Patricia Thies, Craig I 10, 130, 132, 144, Thomalla, Mary Thomas, Barbara Leona 61, 83, Th ompson, Cheryl Dee 67, 89, 93, Thompson, James J. 61 Thompson, James Richard Thompson, Nora 104, Thorson, Theodore 41, 78, 83, 86 Tinoco, Jose Tipsword, Hamer 108, 132, 143, Titus, Donald Benson 67, Tobyne, Beth 6 I , Tolle, Jerry 108, 129, Traxler, Roberta Jane 54, Troemper, Dan 61, I 10, 132, 143, Trowbridge, John 61, Trueblood, Rosalee Jenny Turner, Elmer R 67, Twentyman, Marilyn ...61 ...61 .90 102 108 .123 145 .54 98 100 , 67 .106 I 15 , 89 ..90 145 I 13 103 132 80 145 I 18 ...67 I 19 .123 — V— Van Dam, Phillip I 18 Van Lyssel, Don C 61, 83, 113 Vaughan, Ann Linda 67, 76, 82, 95, 98 Vaughan, Susan Carson 67, 83, 89, 89, 98, 127 Velchek, Gene A 132 Verre, Daniel 85 Vodrazka, Judy 54 Voelcker, Pauline 37 Vogel, Sally 54, 85, 116 Volk, Frank Joe 73, I 18 Volp, John 73, 106 Vrabel, Charles 73, I 13 — w— Waggoner, Judy 61 Wainscott, Beverly Jean 54 Walden, Thomas E 142, 145 Waldera, Gerald J 76, I 19 Walker, James M 87 Walker, Julie 54, 85, 104, I 17 Walker, Louise 73, 87, 104 Walls, Charles 129 Warchol, Richard James 118 Ward, Janet Karen 67, 91. 104, 114 Ward, Richard 54 Washkuhn, Bill Charles 61. 108 Wasson, Mary 43 Waters, Warren 67, 113, 129 Watson, Judith 43, 55, 79, 90 Watts, Gary 76, I 10 Weatherbee, Carl 38, 78 Webb, Betty Kay 61, 80 Webb, Donna 83, 87, 100 Welch, Gladys 43 Welch, James 132 Werstein, Frank 68, I I 0 Wheeler, Emily 95, 98 White, Harris 67, 106, 107, 115 Wickiser, Judy 122 Wiegand, Marilyn Jean 73, 86 Wiersma, Sheri 73, 87, 120 Wiggs, Halice 38 Wiggs, Margaret .43 Will, Fred 132 Williams, Carol 61 Williams, Don 39, 128, 138, 139. 142 Williams, Jerilyn Shorten 85 Williams, Raymond 67, 83. 87 Williams, Robert 55, 77. 82. 85, 86 Williams, William 40 Willis, Roger 73, 118 Wilson, Carole 61 Wilson, Charles Richard 110 Wil son, Donald 55 Wilson, Robert Scott 67 Wimberly, Marilyn 67, 102, 114, 126 Wing, Edward 39 Winkler, Dennis 132. 145 Winters, Mary Helen 76, 120 Winters, Ned 73, 86, 118 Wirstein, Chip 68, 76 Wittenauer, Darlene 61 Wittlich, Nancy 62, 67, 98. 100 Wolfer, Marilyn 43 Wollan, Laurin A. 37 Wolters, Joyce 55, 82 Woltmann, Lillian 43 Woodard, Carol 122. 123 Woodhall, Ronald 73 Workman, Linda 85 Worthy, Marion 73. 81. 104 Wright, Gary 55 Wrigley, Irene 43 Wriql ey, Larry Steve 73 Wrigley, Robert 61 Wyrick, Mrs. Grace. .102 — Y— Yeakley, Jim W 67, 113 Yoder, Lavon 37, 84 Yueill, Virginia 123 Yust, Gregory William Edward 73, 81, I 13, 143 — z— Zelnick, Joyce Lee 61, 104 Zemke, Douglas Edward 130, 145 Zemke, Lois 43 Zeni, Phil T 67 Zientara, Linda 67 Zientara, Wayne 55 184 v--- ,: . 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