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MILLIDEK ' 68 Editors Marjorie Haines Charlotte Rickleff Business Manager Glenn Clevenger MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY Decatur, Illinois Table of Contents Advertising . . . 200 2 Three Branches Of Learning . • . " There is a time to be born and a time to die..., but there is an interval between these two times of infinite importance. " Richmond INTELLECTUAL . . . ' Instruction ends in the schoolroom, but education ends only with tife. " F.W. Robertson 5 Unite for Continual Growth. " And the beat goes on . . Intellectual Administration 10 Supervisory Organizations 18 Academics 30 Honoraries 58 Publications 60 President and Mrs. McKay greet hundreds of students in their home at their annual fall open house. President McKay displays his great big Millikin smile. President McKay Speeches and meetings occupy much of Presi- dent McKay ' s time, but he always finds a minute to hear about a problem or discuss a new idea at Millikin. As plans for the new fine Arts Center are underway, President McKay reviews drawings and checks final details. 10 Dr. Paul McKay President Mr. R. Wayne Gill Assistant to the President 7 Wayne Krows J. Roger Miller Development Academic Affairs Dean of University Vice-Presidents Irving Jackson Business Affairs 13 Associate Dean of Students Gary Brooks Bonnie Brooks Assistant Dean of Students Assistant Dean of Students 14 Dean Thorn Gerald Redford Walter Gray Comptroller Public Relations Registrar Kenneth Merwin Clyde Browning Richard Sebok Development Night School Alumni 15 Joan Brookman Elizabeth Carnahan Juanita Casey Dorothy Drennan Earl Casey Sandra Coover Shirley Eubanks Alma Ferry Doris Hardwick 16 University Personnel : V Margaret Day Darla Gordy Rachel Deetz Grace Henson Mary Ellen Hill Jane Hundley Lee Crecelius President Student Senate Student Senate provides new ideas for student government and reviews campus organiza- tions and activities. Fred Spottsville Vice-President 18 STUDENT SENATE — FRONT ROW: M. Chomiak, P. Warkenrin, G. Moore, L. Taylor, C. Rickleff, G. Neuman, L. Selsor, E. Hubbard. SECOND ROW: J. Lederbrand, K. Hayes, N. Harry, C. Hawk, E. Wittlinger, L. Anderson, T. Wilson, J. Liston, E. Matson. THIRD ROW: M. Chao, J. Sayers, J. Carnall, J. Grissom, K. Emelander, J. McCracken, M. Snyder, D. LaSalle. FOURTH ROW: F. Baldwin, J. Browning, D. Stormont, G. Clevenger, P. Ground, C. Dixon, G Mormino, T. Trigg. FIFTH ROW: J. Spielman, J. Augustine, J. Day, L. McGee, T. Fusco, D. Theobald, G. Carnall. BACK ROW: D. Slagel, R. Stewart, G. Reynolds, C. Bono, R. Howard, S. Butler. Monday night Senate meeting gets underway. Senate officers preside over important action. Informal discussion supplements large-group Senate meetings. 19 UNIVERSITY JUDICIAL BOARD — students, faculty, and administration work together to decide disciplinary measures — FRONT ROW: Dean Kerns, M. Pettry, Mr. Glasscock. SECOND ROW: S. Storms, L. Crecelius, Dean McPeek, Dr. Shelton, Mr. R. Allan. Boards Provide Leadership STUDENT ADMISSIONS CORPS — . work In cooperation with Admissions office as guides for prospective students — FRONT ROW: S. Storms, L. McCarnes, L. Snider, L, Wheeler, B. Zaruba, D. Bell, J. Vroman. BACK ROW: G. Mormino, L. Crecelius, K. White, J. Humphrey, D. Seifei t, L. Selsor, B. Shortal, C. Bono, C. Combs, D. Slagel, C. Dixon. University Center Board UNIVERSITY CENTER BOARD — provides activities and recreational facilities for students — FRONT ROW: S. Puckett, D. Anderson, M. Cole. SECOND ROW: C. Bono, K. Winn, L, Howell, J. Armbruster. BACK ROW: B. Shortal, D. Theobald. Pool proves to be a popular pastime in the newly organized recreation center. The ping pong tables are a main attraction for study breaks. INTER-DORM COUNCIL — encourages and supports residence hall special activities — FRONT ROW: T. DeVault, D. O ' Dell, K. Perkins. SECOND ROW: E. Dayton, K Lubsen, L. Selsor, S. Benjamin, C. Rickleff, E. Currie. BACK ROW: P. Ground, E. Wunderlich, G. Jones, M. Hancock, C. Hawk, P. Dudiak, D. Roesch, B. Shaffer. Inter-Dorm 24 Finger painting is new form of entertainment for IDC tension relievers. " Dolly-rockers " lead folk singing. Moonlight dancing at IDC dance in front of Walker and Aston Halls. 25 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL — directs rushing and encourages high women ' s fraternity standards — FRONT ROW: S. St. John, M. Haines, M. Cole, L. Howell. SECOND ROW: N. Harlow, D. Anderson. BACK ROW: E. Matson, S. Liston, K. Lindsay, AA. Barber, G. Holsinger, M. Pettry. Panhellenic and Inter-Fraternity Councils JUNIOR PANHELLENIC COUNCIL — plans projects to involve pledges of all four sororities — FRONT ROW: D. Tully, P. Collins, S. Murphy, S. Smith, M. Record. SECOND ROW: G. Lawson, O. Stockdale, J. Rullman. BACK ROW: G. Heinzmann, L. Halvorson, P. Gardner, J. Davis. 26 INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL — coordinates activities and plans programs — FRONT ROW: J. Majors. SECOND ROW: T. Perna, D. Weber, G. Clevenger. THIRD ROW: H. Futtrell, S. Swedell, B. Heinz, S. Mason, J. Humphrey. BACK ROW: D. Seifert, R. Elten, D. Kidd, B. Shortal, B. Davis, S. Butler. Promote and Guide National Fraternities PLEDGE INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL — or- ganizes activities for pledges — FRONT ROW: L. Crecelius. SECOND ROW: B. Graber, T. Carter, D. Albright, D. Ahrens. THIRD ROW: L. Altmansberger, B. McCracken, J. Arm- bruster, R. Thompson. BACK ROW: S. Mason, T. Holder, P. Johnson, G. Fabian. 27 FAIRVIEW HALL — honors dorm for upperclass women — FRONT: L. Austin. SECOND ROW: B. Drury. S. Teese, L. Wire, R. Christ. THIRD ROW: T. DeVault, M. Peterson, P. Warkentin, G. Newman, J. Allen, J. Lederbrgnd. Independence with Guidance — RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE — steering group for campus religious activities — FRONT: L. Anderson. SECOND ROW: Mr. R. Hoff- land, E. Johner, G. Newman. THIRD ROW: G. Carnall, Chaplain W. Bodamer, F. Baldwin, D. Theobald, Mr. R. Shelton. 28 ADULT RESIDENCE DIRECTORS — FRONT ROW: Mrs. Margaret Mulholland, Mrs. Lois Mason, Mrs. Helen Scherer, Mrs. Ruth Barns, Dean Bonnie Brooks. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Grace Lytle, Mrs. Bernice Cvengros, Mrs. Mary Dick, Mrs. Esther Hopkins. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Nellie Hasselbach, Mrs. Leona Morin, Mrs. Elizabeth Rude. Parts of Campus Life STUDENT RESIDENCE- DIRECTORS — FRONT ROW: J. Kretchmer, B. Stanfill, K. Niemann, R. Christ. SECOND ROW: G. Greider, M. Pierce, C. Hawk, P. Parrott, J. Koeppe, :. Larson, L. Hascall. THIRD ROW: M. Malan, G. Carnall, T. Cork, R. Stewart, F. Spottsville, D. Slagel, B. Blair. 29 30 Education STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION — students planning a teaching career share new ideas and enthusiasm — FRONT ROW: R. Bayha, B. Classon, N. Harlow, T Butler, K. Emelander, K. White, P. Rankin, P. Koyak. SECOND ROW: M. Krause, C. Moore, M. Bull, N. Aldrich, J. McArthy, D. Bell, L. Clark. THIRD ROW: S. Velde, K, Maurer, L. Kramer, C. Sadorf, C Combs, M. McManus. FOURTH ROW: E. Matson, G. Jones, J. Carroll, C. Custis, J. Burger, M. Turner. BACK ROW: C. Mcllwain, L Hawaii, C. Rickleff, S. Pollock, P. McKinley. 32 33 34 CONANT SOCIETY ' — involvement with many aspects of literature, creative writing, movies, poetry, plays — FRONT ROW: M. Westwood, A. Gibson, AA. Maierhofer. SECOND ROW: E. Heyer, Y. Daunic, M. Parish, P. Harper, B. Vaughn, L. Balderson, A. Morris. THIRD ROW: T. Trigg, B. Hybki, C. Grubb, A. LeCocq, D. Dupree, J. Ranney, C. Askilll, J. Engel, M. Massler. FOURTH ROW: W. H. Tilley, D. Dykstra, J. Miller, E. DeWeese, K. Tompkins, B. Crawford, S. Rekas, J. Askill. 35 Willis Walker Robert Hamilton YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB — FRONT ROW: R. Apyan, E. Gerlach, J. Galloway, G. Zimmerman, G. Richardson. SECOND ROW: L. Dicke, L. Rubin, J. Aukland, D. Houck, C. Bono, S. Swedell, K. Nicholson, G. Lawson, D. Foster. THIRD ROW: R. Thompson, P. Dellegrazio, D. Albright, L. Altmansberger, C. Nahatis, J. Voigt, T. Arentowicz, G. Robinson, B. Zaruba. FOURTH ROW: L. Rudzki, K. Drach, A. Stolz, T. Coughlin, AA. Omar, G. French. Foreign Languages William Ferris Chairman Michele Bell Virginia Milner 38 FRENCH CLUB — Seeks information about France and its customs — FRONT ROW: M. Peterson, E. McElfresh, M. Hicks. SECOND ROW: J. Galloway, G. Zimmerman, Mrs. Bell, D. LaSalle, E. Meannu, E. Morris. THIRD ROW: T. Jenks, J. Oswald, N. Arms, J. Beckmire, Dr. Ferris, S. Ward. FOURTH ROW: M. Chicuara, D. Prohaska, D. Hamilton, D. Polovina, Mr. Winter. SPANISH CLUB — an opportunity for Spanish students to share their interests — FRONT ROW: G. Moore, D. Hester, K. Menllat, C. Slezak. SECOND ROW: G. Stevenson, M. Williamson, L. McCarnes, C. Koehn, J. Tertocha, Miss Milner, Mrs. Castaneda, C. Beall, J. Aukland. THIRD ROW: J Hoppe, B. Gard, A. LeCocq, S. Attig, S. Bolio, B. Rainey, S. Maurer, B. Classon. FOURTH ROW: N. Taylor, Dr. Ferris, J. Boeker, R. Bates, T. Perna, J. Kelly, J. Carrell, K. Lubsen. 39 ALPHA OMEGA — active leaders of campus religious activities — FRONT ROW: G. Witters, J. Baker, J. Lisle, D. Hamilton. SECOND ROW: B. Best, M. Malan, L. Deuwer. THIRD ROW: M. Zimmerman, R. Munton, T. Cork, F. Kloster, A. Salzman, R. Scott, A. Crum, S. Whitmore, S. Fotzler. 40 42 PI KAPPA DELTA — ■ national forensic fraternity — FRONT ROW: J. Day, J. Spielman, D. Moorehead. SECOND ROW: S. Milhollin, P. Ground, T. Peel. 43 44 Carl Weatherbee James Drennan Chairman ALPHA EPSILON DELTA — pre-medical fraternity — FRONT ROW: J. Grissom, J. Heynen, T. Wyne, J. Augustine, M. Wayne, A. Barber. SECOND ROW: J. Lane, B. McCracken, T. Kraemer, C. Nordstrom, G. Whitters, Dr. Shell, D. Wierenga, H. Miller, D. Heny, H. Futtrel, R. Quade, B. Highsmith. 45 John Askill Chairman David Kinsey 46 Physics and Mathematics Robert Ellefson SIGMA ZETA — national mathematics and science honorary — FRONT ROW: M. Malan, M. Chao, M. Bartholomew, L. Anderson, C. Nordstrom. BACK ROW: D. Slagel, G. Witters, T. Wyne, G. Reynolds, Dr. Drennan, J. Heynen, J. Burger, M. Karasis. Clifton Corzatt Rodney Randall 47 School of Business and Industrial Management James Olsen Chairman Mueller Industrial Laboratories 48 John Herzig Richard Paine ALPHA KAPPA PSI — ■ business and engineering fraternity — FRONT ROW: J. Burke, M. Hartwig, M. Wrigley, D. Walker, T. Hill. SECOND ROW: M. Smith, D. Holthaus, G. Carnall, D. Ridgley, G. Anderson, J. Conderman, Mr. G. Smith, D. Seifert, R. Hohlt. THIRD ROW: S. Butler, D. Eads, G. Clevenger, B. Blair, P. Mains, R, Smith, R. Smith, B. Wolford, R. Friedman, J. Wright. FOURTH ROW: R. Markus, M. Heneghan, B. O ' Neill, C. Bono, F. Stein, L. McGee, R. Howard, W. Evans. 50 51 52 Margaret Peterson Douglas Phillips " , i ■(..■fit ' l Xi. wkm ' i H C3 ' ■9 MUSIC EDUCATOR ' S NATIONAL CONFERENCE — organization for future music teachers — TOP ROW: M. Aldrich, J. Cooper, L. Diesing, B. Dunlap. SECOND ROW: D. Furniss, K. Klingel, J. Kohlrus, R. Krause. THIRD ROW: L. Moose, B. Morgan, P. Shaw, S. Townsend. FOURTH ROW: Dr. Belford. 54 Larry Frye 57 PHI KAPPA PHI — national honorary of faculty members and students with excellent scholastic records — FRONT ROW: Dean LaRowe, AA. Derby, E. Gage, J. Gaston, Dr. Ferris, Dr. Coy, W. Krows. SECOND ROW: Dr. Gage, W. Snyder, M. Boatman, Dr. Drenan, G. Smith, Dean Kerns, D Glasscock, Dr. Shell. THIRD ROW: W. Williams, J. Nieft, D. Coen, H. Miller, Dr. Shelton, M. Wrigley, Dean Olson. Honor WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — students who have outstanding qualities of character, citizenship, scholarship, leadership, and responsibility — FRONT ROW: L. Clark, J. Vroman, M. Peltry, J. Mueller. SECOND ROW: A. Reilly, L. Wheeler, C. Yurieci, K. Lindsay, L. Crecelius, T. Hill, D. Theobald, T. Peel. THIRD ROW: F. Baldwin, W. Shortal, R. Howard, P. Parrott, G. Anderson. NOT PICTURED: W. Anderson, L. Bailey, B. Dunlap, P. Harper, M. Parish, F. Spottsville. 58 PI MU THETA — senior women ' s honorary with outstanding women in scholarship, leadership, and service — FRONT ROW: M. Aldrich, J. Vroman. SECOND ROW: R Christ, K. Lindsay, L. Koepke, P. Parrott. BACK ROW: C. Black, N. Harlow, S. Teese, P. Shaw. aries PI DELTA UPSILON. — freshmen women ' s honorary in its third year of successful organization — FRONT ROW: G Moore, G. Nix, L. Becker, L. Selsor, K. Kaufman, K Keasey. SECOND ROW: C. Handrich, A, Crum, B. Cerurti, M. Snyder, C. Boehm, B. Morgan, A. LeCocq, H. Deaville. THIRD ROW: B. Ketz, B. Zaruba, B. Brandon, E Wittlinger, J. Boeker, L Wire, P. Warkentin, N. Harry. BACK ROW: S. Puckett, N. Arms, M. Williamson, M. Chao, L. Austin, B. Thompson, J. Hamilton. 59 CLOCKWISE — P. Galas, B. Thompson, Activities Editor, J. McCracken, S. Harrison, B. Cerutti, M. Smith, C. Baldwin, G. Greider, Copy Editor. Char, Gretchen Greider, and Carol Baldwin discuss pictures and copy for the Millidek. 61 Marjy takes a break while Kathy Emelander and Mary Lou Chao plan layouts. Charlie Rapp, Sports Editor ■ Paul Buck University Photographer Paul Buck is a familiar figure snapping candids and hurrying across campus to photo assignments. As Univer- sity Photographer, he is responsible for taking pictures for all campus publications. 63 Decaturian Margaret Parish, Editor Tom Barnett, Business Manager 64 NEWS AND FEATURE STAFF — CLOCKWISE FROM FRONT: C. Mclllwain, News Editor, A. Reilly, M. Westwood, G. Carnall, L. Balderson, J. Jorstad, A. LeCocq, A. Gibson, T. Trigg, Feature Editor. CIRCULATION STAFF — N. Aldrich, Circulation Edi- tor, S. Lewis, D. Morgan, E. Meannu. A job well done! MAKE-UP STAFF — L. Selsor, Make-up Editor, S. Luttrell, M. McDonald, D. Boron. SPORTS STAFF — F. Haddad, F. Coffman, T. Fusco, Sports Editor. Editor instructs staff at planning conference. 65 Student Handbook Denise Ball, Editor Student- Faculty Directory Candi Hodge, Editor 66 JOURNAL OF THE CONANT SOCIETY — original writings of students and faculty — SEATED: Mr. Miller, M, Seeley, Mr. Craw- ford. STANDING: A. LeCocq, T. Trigg, M. Massler. PUBLICATIONS BOARD — supervises student publications — CLOCKWISE FROM FRONT: G. Clevenger, T. Hill, N. Harry, C. Hodge, T. Barnett, C. Rickleff, M. Haines, D. Ferry, M. Parish, D. Bell, L. Crecelius, J. Day, D. Theobald, G. Redford. Glenn Yarbrough, folksinger Bernard Kruysen, European lieder singer 68 Town £ Gown Professional actor John Call held the center of attention as he portrayed Bottom in the Town and Gown product- ion of Shakespeare ' s " M i d s u m m e r Nights Dream, " well known comedy of love and fantasy. 71 hman Camp Shortly after getting settled in rooms, the freshman class left for Allerton Park on September 9, to spend two days learning about each other and AAillikin. The first day consisted of games and getting to know each other. In the evening there was a pep rally, square dancing, and a welcome by President McKay. The burning of the " M " solemnly ended the evening ' s activities. A Time for Meeting New Friends . . . And for Learning Traditions. On Sunday the freshmen discussed in groups Self Renewal and the Innovative Society, which they had been reading during the summer. After lunch a panel discussion on the life of a student at Millikin was presented by both upperclassmen and faculty. Then the tired and happy freshmen boarded buses back to Millikin. 76 FRESHMAN CAMP CO-CHAIRMEN — SEATED: L. Wheeler, J. Humphrey. BACK ROW: T. Peterson, G. Mormino, D. Theobald, K. Lindsay. RESHMAN CAMP COUNSELORS — FRONT ROW: B. Zaruba, M. Cole, S. Puckett, A. Luttrell, V. Rapp, L. McCarnes, K. Beaman. SECOND ROW: A. Davidson, D. Bell, : Clark, G. Holsinger, L. Snider, B. Chasteen, C. Rickleff, L. Howell, M. Pettry, M. Snyder. THIRD ROW: M. Massler, J. Vroman, S. Emmert, K. Winn, J. Mueller, S. Liston, . Black, C. Squires, C. Gary, K. White, S. Attig, M. Chao, L. Koepke, D. Anderson, L. Balderson, J. Majors. BACK ROW: T. Hill, H. Futtrell, S. Spangler, C. Bono, Barnett, J. Cope, F. Spottsville, B. Heinz, B. Shortal, S. Mason, M. Heneghan, B. Blair, D. Slagel, C. Dixon. Parents, students, and faculty meet informally. Nancy Arms and Tony Comerota Parents ' Day Co-chairmen Parents ' Day After a welcome from President McKay, the parents were given an opportunity to talk with the faculty. Following a Big Blue victory that afternoon, visitations were held in the dorms and houses. The Big Blue rolled in an impressive victory. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Long were named Ideal Parents at the game. Homecoming Spectrum ' 67 Competition . Barbara Chasteen Pi Beta Phi Queen ' s Linda Howell Zeta Tau Alpha Ellen Larsen Independent Student Association Court Sharon Liston Alpha Chi Omega Charlotte Rickleff Independent Student Association Royalty . . . Letitia K o e p k e, representing Delta Delta Delta was crowned Homecoming Queen for the 52nd Homecoming of Millikin University. Tish, from Bettendorf, Iowa, came to Millikin to study music. A senior music education major often on the Dean ' s List, she is a member of Sigma Alpha lota. Tish plays the flute in the Milli- kin Band, was Sweetheart of S.A.E. in 1965 and was named Miss Decatur last spring. Tradition Homecoming would not be complete without the traditional bonfire and pep rally. The Big Blue faced Wheaton College and half time entertain- ment featured Millikin ' s marching band. A superb evening performance by the well-known John Davidson was followed by the Homecoming Dance. Enthusiasm . . . SORORITY HOUSE DECS Delta Delta Delta pictured Millikin as " A Kaleidoscope of Continual Change " and was selected as the winner of the house decoration competition among sororities. Pi Beta Phi — " Paddlin ' to Completion " 86 Hopes of Winning . . . FRATERNITY HOUSE DECS Winner of the house decoration competition among men was Tau Kappa Epsilon with its " Spectral View of Ole M.U. " Sigma Alpha Epsilon — " Millikin Colors for Success " 87 And Excitement . . . DORM DECS Blackburn won the competition between the dorms with " M.U. Paints a Colorful Future. " Aston — " Gallery of Memories for Alums " 88 ALL COMBINE TO BECOME HOMECOMING 1967 Homecoming co-chairmen: Linda Howell and Ed Cave. O ipl f 9 HOMECOMING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN — FRONT ROW: B. Vix, L. Snider, L. Kramer, M. Jones; SECOND ROW: D. Bell, L. Clark, G. Holsinger, K. Emelander, C. Rickleff, J. Jorstad, E. Matson, K. Hayes; THIRD ROW: C. Dixon, T. Peel, M. Heneghan, D. Theobald, B. Sanders, S. Spangler, T. Kraemer, G. Mormino. 89 CAMPUS CHEST Ca ropus Chest Co-chairmen, Martha Pettry and Harry Futrell. " Campus Chest Circus " was the theme of 1967 Campus Chest. Pi Beta Phi won the beauty contest with Barb Vix as their candidate. Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the beast contest, represented by Steve Miklavcic as their beast. Zeta Tau Alpha won the Carnival booth contest. A special feature at the carnival was a greased pig event. Beauty and Bsast winners, Barb Vix and Steve Miklavcic. CAMPUS CHEST COMMITTEE — FRONT ROW:K. Perkins, C. Kelpsas, B. Hughes,- SECOND ROW: L. Hubbard, D. Leach, A. Luttrell, B. Zaruba, L. Snider, S. Puckett; THIRD ROW: M. Snyder, C. Squires, G. Robinson, S. Casper, J. Mueller, K. Costigan, P. Cutler. 90 SWEETHEART DANCE 93 RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK Religious Emphasis Week provided a film " He Who Must Die, " a panel discussion with Chaplain Bodamer, Keith Chesney, Edward Kearny, and David Marshall, dramatic readings, and informal discussions. The highlights of the week were the lectures on idolatry by William Stringfellow. 94 STUDENT- FACULTY RETREAT " The Millikin Game " provided the basis for the annual Student- Faculty retreat held in Allerton Park. The purpose of the retreat was for the students and faculty to come together in an informal atmosphere. Large group, small group, and individual dis- cussions were stimulating and challenging. 95 CAMPUS PROLOGUE High school seniors from all over the state visited Millikin during this year ' s Campus Prologue. Midsum- mer Night ' s Dream, informal mixing with M.U. students in the sub, and a dance in their honor were just a few of the highlights of the event filled weekend. Students Benefit from • . . Student membership on faculty committees to promote student-faculty relations and better coordinate the Univer- sity ' s objectives and activities. The adaptation of Kent Hall as a meeting place for any student groups and com- mittee meetings such as Student Senate, Panhellenic, IFC, ISA, IDC and U.C. Board. i special event at Homecoming 1967 — the first step in the uilding program to include a Fine Arts Center and gymnasium, s well as this new dormitory for men, Hessler Hall. 97 GREEK WEEK CO-CHAIRMEN — CLOCKWISE FROM FRONT: B. Vix, D. Anderson, D. Bell, L. Dicke, B. Heinz. Greek Week 98 The purpose of Greek Week is to promote unity and understanding of the Greek system. And also to present the Greek image to the faculty, students, and community. Activities include College Bowl, Greek sing, exchanges, lectures, Olympics, and a Greek Feed and dance. Just like grandma used to wear. Alpha Chi ' s take a breather between rush parties. 100 OFFICERS Fall Spring President Mary Cole - Betty Rainey 1st Vice President Cheryl Gary Kathy Kile 2nd Vice President Carol Black Claire Combs Treasurer Pam Beemer Jacqui Klansek Recording Secretary Kathy Kile Jane Mueller Alpha Chi Omega Upsilon Chapter B. Cvenqros S. Albert L. Anderson 11 • ( Dunlap B. Elwell M. Flaherty M. Haupt L. Helman B. Hybki D. Lange I 1! I Ibf ' 1 1 J. Mueller M. Mueller K. Nicholson S. Siders C. Squires M. Westwood 10? 103 f ' A OFFICERS Fall Spring r I C3IUCI 1 1 9 Tnffrv 1 inrlcnu ixiriy lb no bay — L onnu Mfiucrsoii Vice President Donna Anderson _ Buff Thompson Treasurer Linda Balderson Barb Zaruba Pledge Trainer Justine Vroman Susie Puckett Rush Chairman Natalie Harlow Kathy Beaman Delta Delta Delta Delta Epstton Chapter N. Hasselbalch B. Alt D. Anderson L. Clark N. Doubleday S. Emmert E. Hubbard M. Jenkins J. Jorstad M. Mauterer J. McCracken D. Meyer G. Noble K. Otwell S. Puckett D. Tully B. Vaughn S. Velde 104 105 OFFICERS Fall Spring President Mary Barbejjlr: . . x. -cvCVfl f)s+ J - Sue Lewis Vice President Kathy White Martha Snyder Treasurer Margaret Record Margaret Record Secretary Martha Pettry ... Sally Deadrick Rush Chairman Marjy Haines Vickie Rapp L. AAorin B. Chasteen N. Arms P. Collins S. Attig A. Davidson M. Haines A. Heinle C. Hodge G. Moore S. Murin C. O ' Rourke Pi Beta Phi Illinois Eta Chapter K. Rigg R. Rose J. Sayers B. Traxler B. Vix J. Warren 106 107 M. Mulholland N. Aldrich S. Beal OFFICERS Fall Spring President Linda Howell Ellen Matson Vice President Janet McArthy Joan Davis Recording Secretary Denise Bell Pat Benson Treasurer Barb Hall Mary Ann Chomiak Membership Chrm. Gayle Holsinger Barb Hughes Zeta Tau Alpha Tau Chapter B. Emrich D. Foxworthy B. Ketz M. Lindsay M. Parish L. Paxton O. Stockdale J. Sweigart M. Gage J. Marsh R. Prater Mi. Thomason C. Wayne L. Welch J. Withers 108 109 Boy, is this fun! Hey guys, let ' s go out and sing on Main street. 110 OFFICERS President Harry FutrelT Vice President Michael Heneghan Treasurer Steve Butler Corresponding Secretary Frank Coffman Recording Secretary Preston Vice Delta Sigma Phi Alpha Lambda Chapter E. Rude G. Anderson J. Armbruster M. Massler T. Olive A. Papp B. Shortal R. Smith R. Smith life R. Tomlin M. Trotter B. Twenty 112 T. Barnett S. Butler S. Casper F. Coffman L. Crecelius L. Crecelius L. Davis G. Jones J. Keith J. Kramer S. Lamar J. Lauerman W. Lay L. Lent AH m. ■ mm. C. Rapp J. Reynolds M. Rosenberg AA. Runyan D. Schley D. Schuemann E. Seitz R. Smith C. Stevens J. Taylor P. Vice R. West P. Z ' mmerman 113 OFFICERS Fall Spring Grand Master Dave Kidd Bob Sharp Grand Procurator Dale Wierenga Barry Campbell Grand Scribe Bob Sharp Doug Stormont Grand Treasurer Dave Seifert Gary Slager Grand Master of Ceremonies Frank Rocen Ralph Santos Kappa Sigma Gamma Beta Prime Chapter M. Dick m D. Ahrens W. Anderson D. Austin w m f f T. Clauser G. Clevenger N. Cutill D. Paddock V. Patterson A. Salimar R. Sampson F. Payton t R. Santos D. Stormont AA, Thompson W. Doane P. Piscopo D. Seifort 114 1 15 OFFICERS Fall Spring President Rich Pfeiffer Rich Pfeiffer Vice President Bill Heinz Bill Heinz Treasurer Jack Armstrong Dave Bruining Recording Secretary Dale Theobald .. Dale Sapper House Manager Chris Dubinick Tom Lamping Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Chapter ■ ■■ ..:■■■.:.■!■■ H. Scherer G. Anderson J. Armstrong G. Basler J. Bates T. Carter M. Cater E. Cave L. Coffelt T. Comerota At J4 thL C. Dubinick D. Duez R. Dulaney T. Evans G. Fabian W. Keip L. Kelly L. Knudson J. Koehler T. Kraemer E. Neighbors D. Nordstrum N. Orlandini T. Peel J. Petty J. Stiehl J. Stonesypher A. Theede D. Theobald R. Thompson 116 R. Bayha k4% S. Driggs R. Gilason B. Green C. Gross J- Gustafson W. Heinz R. Honefenger p. Hyink E. Krauss T. Lamping K. Lebeck B. McCracken B. McWilliams P. Melihercik S. Miklavcic it R. Pfeiffer R. Quade S. Saathoff B. Sanders D. Sapper D. Shriver D. Slatin L. Thorstenson D. Tokarski D. Weber O. Weise M. Whalen G. Wilheln OFFICERS Fall Spring President Tom Perna Charlie Nahatis Vice President Steve Spongier Steve Mason Treasurer Jerry Green Rich Markus Secretary Charlie Nahatis Jim Novack Sgt. at Arms Steve Mason Larry Dicke Tau Kappa Epsilon Beta Chapter J. AAetheniris D. Albright L. Altmansberger T. Arentowicz J. Cope H. DeBona T. DeCosmo P. Dellegrazio ±, Am. MM J ' T. G lea son R. Granneman J. Grant J. Green AA. Meillo R. Mertler S. Moraitis G. Mormino AA. Porter J. Richardson K. Richmond G. Robinson G. Szymski R. Thompson W. Turner I 18 D. Avenarius J. Berry G. Bogart G. Bollinger C. Bono R. Brumett J. Conderman L. Dicke W. Dower S. Drach E. Drake W. Field D. Foster M. Fryer D. Gregg G. Griffith W. Heinrich R. Lynch J. Majors R. Markus S. Mason 119 Independent Student Association The Independent Student Association sponsors dances, parties, discussions and holds bi-weekly meetings to plan service projects and student activities for students not affiliated with a frater- nity or sorority. 120 INDEPENDENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS — Clockwise from front: AA. Chao, Secretary; D. Slagel, President; R. Howard, Treasurer; W. Wessel, V. President; M. Hancock, Publicity Chairman. INDEPENDENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION — provides activities for the unaffiliated students — FRONT ROW: J. Palus, J. Campbell, W. Corsaw, M. Anderson, AA. Seago, M. Toale, R. Apyan, L. Franks, C. Manock; SECOND ROW: S. Jennings, AA. Reed, J. Lueder, P. Dickey, P. Herbord, B. Roberts, AA. Chao, J. Abell; THIRD ROW: P. Gamble, B. Douglas, L. Wire, L. Rubin, AA. Winkler, L. Talaga, C. Hawk, AA. Hancock, J. Cornell; FOURTH ROW: S. Campbell J. Tanner, C. Sadorf, B. Cerutti, D. O ' Dell, L. Gunst, C. Rickleff; FIFTH ROW: K. Lubsen, G. Foster, AA. Zimmerman, G. Reynolds, D. Slagel, R. Howard, S. Townsend, J. Carpenter, H. Williams. 121 122 From the Traditional Steam Whistle To the Cannon . . . CONCERT BAND — FRONT ROW: L. Koepke, G. Grever, D. LaSalle, N. Doubleday, A. Hillhouse; SECOND ROW: D. Bare, D. Phillips; THIRD ROW: L. Dethrow, A. McCartney, S. Campbell; FOURTH ROW: R. Sampson, S. Harless, L. Diesing, L. Landmesser, D. Walker, D. Furness, J. Cooper, S. Duff, G. Nix, W. Doane, V. Patterson, B. Dethrow; Special Interest Groups 124 FIFTH ROW: J. Novack, K. Lehning, T. Gleason, A. Mendelsoni, B. Steele, M. Porter, M. Wisbrock, R. Kleinfeldt, B. Campbell, A. Reilly; SIXTH ROW: D. Davenport, S. Walker, A. Smith, D. Morrow, R. Cook, D. Walker, J. Kohlrus, A. Motz, T. Trigg, S. Greennagel, M. Belford, T. Jenkins, J. Bingham, R. Nickelsen, R. Douglass. 125 The JAZZ LAB BAND — a leading jazz group in the nation, is in its fifth year as an organized group. FRONT ROW: B. Dethrow, B. Groke, B. Campbell, R. Kleinfeldt, M. Wisbrock, D. Morrow, S. Greennagel, T. Jenkins, R. Douglass, J. Cope, J. Bingham; SECOND ROW: A. Motz, L. Parsons, C. Gable, A. Smith, M. Porter, B. Steele, T. Gleason, A. Mendelson, K. Lehning, D. Cameron. In Instrumental 126 MILLIKIN-CIVIC ORCHESTRA — FRONT ROW: D. Horbavetz, M. Chomiak, K. Isom, M. Saure, A. Horst, AA. Clark, J. Abell, G. Parrish; SECOND ROW: L Bearden, R. Bearden, M. McVety, P. Warrick, G. Heinzmann, D. La Salle, G. Grever, A. Hillhouse, J. Northrup, R. Davis, C. Yeaw, H. Williams; THIRD ROW: M. Schwandt, J. Eagan, P. Finley, H. McCartney, D. Bare, G. Nix, W. Scobie, R. Douglass, J. Mitchell, J. Bingham, R. Cooper, C. Hayward; FOURTH ROW: D. Davenport, D. Mauney, S. Duff, D. Furniss, J. Cooper, D. Moorehead, D. Menapace, J. Tibbott. 127 MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY CHOIR — FRONT ROW: L. Blake, S. Harvey, M. Gage, D. Anderson, J. Spaulding, B. Dunlap, B. Boston, K. Bristle, S. Emmert, H. Hahnstadt; SECOND ROW: L. Wagner, S. Butler, A. Feterolf, L. Anderson, P. Parrott, P. Gardner. L. Gould, M. Petersen, E. Johner, C. Manock; THIRD ROW: B. Gregoline, B. Krause, J. Bingham, B. Huber, F. Kloster, M. Shelter, E. Breed, N. Frederiksen, B. Horton, V. Patterson; FOURTH ROW: A. Reilly, B. Ragsdale, R. Cook, J. Grant, M,. Casstevens, B. Shortal, D. Wieland, L. Moose, D. McCracken, S. Townsend, P. Prior. CHOIR ENSEMBLE — FRONT ROW: S. Butler, L. Anderson, J. Spaulding, L. Gould, K. Bristle, E. Johner; SECOND ROW: N. Frederiksen, V. Patterson, F. Kloster, M. Casstevens. 128 LADIES CHORUS — FRONT ROW: E. Clark, B. Morgan, S. Kensil, J. Baker; SECOND ROW: L. Lucas, L Helman, J. Doty, P. Warrick; THIRD ROW: P. Black, L. Muery, J. Kretchmer, G. Donaldson; FOURTH ROW: M. Chomiak, E. Currie, S. Jennings, B. Provines; STANDING: J. Klaus, W. Mitchell, D. Dupree, S. Benjamin, P. Ferguson, C. Grubb, G. Noble, K. Perkins, L. Kot, J. Koeppe, K. Keasey, C. Johnson, R. Hoffland. MIXED CHORUS — FRONT ROW: L. Welch, M. McClain, J. Tanner, O. Davis, D. Durante; SECOND ROW: D. Hamilton, D. Dykstera, R. Lynch, C. Moore; THIRD ROW: G. Schreiner, B. Woods, M. Karasis, J. Townsend, M. Ellison. 129 D. Bare W. Doane F. Kloster J. Bingham T. Breed M. Casstevens D. Coen R. Cook R. Douglass Mi. Forman B. Krause H. McCartney Phi Mu Alpha N. Frederiksen S. Greennagel P. Mains B. Huber D. Miller D. Moorehead J. Cooper R. Kleinfeldt L. Moose D. Morrow R. Nickelsen P. Prior G. Schreiner Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national fraternity for men interested in furthering the cause of music throughout the world. Working closely with Nu of Sigma Alpha lota, Beta Theta chapter also participates in campus serenades, lantern parade and other musical activities on the campus. R. Stiehl R. Sfoutenborough S. Townsend T. Trigg S. Walters D. Wieland M. Wisbrock 130 D. J. Anderson L. Anderson L. Blake K. Bristle R. Christ L. Dethrow B. Dunlap S. Emmert D. File L. Gould E. Johner K. Keasey T. Koepke J. Koeppe mm Mr L. Kot E. Loughrin M. McClain G. Nix P. Parrott AA. Petersen J. Sayers P. Shaw S. Storms L. Wagner J. Spaulding D. Walker Sigma Alpha lota Sigma Alpha lota is an international professional music fraternity for women, with membership open only to those women music majors who have achieved a 2.5 grade point and are musically qualified. Nu chapter at AAillikin celebrated the 50th anniversary of its founding on May 14, 1967. In addition to its varied musical activities on the campus and in the community, Sigma Alpha lota in co- operation with Phi AAu Alpha co-sponsor the annual musi- cal production of the School of Music and a choral concert featuring the combined choruses of both groups. Ecumenical Work Camp Beth Stanfill and Terry Peel participated in Ecumenical Workcamps last summer in England and Italy. Campus Chest functions raised the money for their scholarships. This was an opportunity for them to meet with other people from a number of different countries and religions and to share ideas with them. CiRCLE K — an international service group associated with the Kiwanis Club — FRONT ROW: J. Burke, B. Gregoline, M. Karasis, R. Kleinfeldt; SECOND ROW: D. Rogers, D. Horbovetz, T. Cork, C. Shaffer, L. McGee, P. Mains, S. Kalsow, K. Merwin; THIRD ROW: P. Smith, B. Horton, G. Cornell, H. Sadowski, B. Perry, G. Witters, D. Peters, G. Jones, E. Peterson, E. Wohlrab, B. Berry, L. Goerne, D. Gordon. Service Organizations MILLIKIN PALS — Millikin students have grade school " pals " — FRONT ROW: P. Bolas, J. Keating, K. Harrison; SECOND ROW: O. Stockdale, N. Aldrich, E. Wittlinger, S. Smith; THIRD ROW: L. Dodd, R. Munton, T. Cork, J. Doty, R. Killion; FOURTH ROW: B. Shaffer, T. Pierce S. Barber, M. Wayne, C. Willet, M. Karasis. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION — run by students and designed to bring Christian Science to the campus — CLOCK- WISE FROM FRONT: M. Pierce, N. Clark, R. Adams, D. Seifert, P. Hyink, Mr. Winter. 133 1967 Harry Futrell Jerry Garret FOOTBALL TEAM — FRONT ROW: G. Fabian, R. Farr, L. Bouck, G. Hanson, M. Cater, O. Mack, C. Rodgers, D. Davenport; SECOND ROW: B. Green, L. Hoffman, G. Little, J, Mitchell, L. Thorstenson, S. LaMar, J. Taylor, M. Bleech, P. Cox, G. McGrew, D. Marker, G. Jones, J. Feutz; THIRD ROW: C. Underwood, E. Neighbors, J. Doolin, B. Smith, H. Futrell, G. Garrett, S. Saathoff, C. Yurieci, B. Shortal, G. Schopp, W. Wessol; FOURTH ROW: Coach Neibor, Manager Sohn, Coach Bliss, M. Lane, R. Powell, Football I i t R. Corbin, J. Armbruster, D. Tokarski, A. Papp, D. Maxey, C. Poelker, T. Garner, P. Camasta, S. Conway, K. Swan, D. Polivina, Manager Scott, Coach Mathieson, Coach Chapman; FIFTH ROW: J. Lyons, J. Tibbott, D. Morris, M.. Chicvara, K. Keas, T. Lundgren, C. Thomalla, T. Holmer, E. Wohlrab, J. Vanstrom, D Schley, D. Welch, B. Upton, J. Lewis, M. Herr. 1 25 Coach Mathieson and his team making last minute preparations for the second half. Blue defenders, led by Greenawalt, rush up to stop an opponents ' efforts. Halfback Joe Doolin gathering in valuable yardage. 136 Wrestling TEAM — FRONT ROW: J. Oleszynski, G. French, A. Stoltz, D. Welch; SECOND ROW: J. Deremiah, E. Hawthorne, C. Dubinick; THIRD ROW: P. Dudiak, J. Risco, H. Futrell, W. Wessel, K. Lebeck. Wrestling Squad Big Blue grappler, George French tries for a very difficult two points. Millikin ' s wrestling team placed fourth in the NAIA District 20 Championships and produced two champions in heavyweight. Chris Thomalla and Jim Deremiah entered in the 152 pound class. Ken Lebeck (137) and George French (177) also brought home awards as each finished third in their respective divisions. He makes his opponent do all the work as he picks up valuable " riding time. 137 CCI Champions Coach Williams Athletic Director FRONT ROW: J. Lograsso, J. Price, R. Dulaney, C. Shaffer, F. Spottsville, J. Sunderlick; SECOND Cory Shaffer Rich Smith 138 Jack Sunderlik, Captain John Lograsso Mark Huddleston Jesse Price 139 140 Jack Sunderlick flies high to score this basket. on to Kansas City! Sink it, Jessel 141 TENNIS TEAM — FRONT ROW: D. McCrary, J. Grissom, C. Older T. Comerota; SECOND ROW: Coach Chapman, J. Deremiah, J. Deremiah, S. Stone, D. Davenport. Tennis Team A mighty reach wins the game. 142 TRACK TEAM — FRONT ROW: J. Stiehl, T. Cork, S. Ward; SECOND ROW: B. McWilliams, J. Armbruster, G. Jones, A. Salzman; THIRD ROW: M. Chapman, J. Lewis, R. Sampson, D. Pyle, L . Anderson, D. Marker, O. Mack. A little extra effort of this Big Blue athlete adds up to extra points. M.U. pole vaulter climbs to new heights. GOLF TEAM — Coach Mathieson, B. Wolford, G.- Anderson, M. Whelan, S. Swarthout, B. O ' Neil. Pitching takes a lot of concentration. 144 Jack Sunderlik M Man The 68 AAILLIDEK is proud to honor Jack Sunderlik as AA MAN. A native of Decatur, Jack is a senior majoring in phy- sical education. During his basketball career at AAillikin, some of his major achievements have included setting new AAillikin records for most points scored in a game (62), and most field goals scored in a game (26). He has also averaged the highest number of field goals per game (10.95). In addition, he has been named to the CCIW F ; rst Tourney Team, to the NAIA District 20 First Team, receiver 1 Little All-America Honor- able Mention, and is the fourth player in Millikin ' s history to hit over 500 points in a season. 145 147 Women ' s Athletic Association WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS — K. White, R. Christy, M. Turner. INTRAMURAL MANAGERS - FRONT ROW: C. Johnson, R. Apyan, S. Velde. BACK ROW: L. Gunst, T. Knutson. 1 48 Women ' s Intramurals Women fraternity members and those who live in women ' s dorms are eligible to par- ticipate in women ' s intramurals, which in- clude speedball, volleyball, bowling, and deck tennis. 149 JEST - QX I.OOH Men ' s Intramurals Football, basketball, volleyball, and track are some of the sports in which the fraterni- ties and men ' s dorms participate. 150 POM POM SQUAD — FRONT ROW: B. Bauer, C. White, S. Carroll, D. Leach, M. Smith, M. Record. BACK ROW: J. Carrell, L. Halvorsen, C. Yontz, K. Nicholson, P. Collins, K. Harrison. Seniors Margaret Aldrich Music Ferguson, Missouri Stephen Allison Economics and Management Decatur, Illinois Insert section A into slot B Bonnie Alt Elementary Education Bernardsville, New Jersey Gary Anderson Industrial Engineering Decatur, Illinois William Anderson Economics and Management Clinton, Illinois Dennis Ariens Marketing Decatur, Illinois Jack Armstrong Marketing Evergreen Park, Illinois James Augustine Biology Mascoutah, Illinois Robert Ayers Engineering Clinton, Illinois Lynn Bailey Music Education Decatur, Illinois Mary Barber Elementary Education Elmhurst, Illinois Thomas Barnett Accounting Flora, Illinois 154 Seniors John Barton Economics and Marketing Decatur, Illinois Robert Bayha Elementary Education Riverside, Illinois Barbara Bear Elementary Education Decatur, Illinois Norma Bell Elementary Education Oakley, Illinois Paul Benson Accounting Decatur, Illinois James Bilyeu Accounting Decatur, Illinois Larry Birkemeier Speech Chicago, Illinois Carol Black English Cerro Gordo, Illinois Robert Blair Industrial Engineering Itasca, Illinois Leon Bolin Psychology and Sociology Sullivan, Illinois Gaylon Borders Welding Engineering Flora, Illinois Michael Brelsfoard Industrial Engineering Decatur, Illinois James Browning Elementary Education Decatur, Illinois Robert Brumett Philosophy Springfield, Illinois Judith Burger Chemistry Decatur, Illinois Christine Burns Elementary Education Decatur, Illinois Barry Campbell Music Decatur, Illinois Michael Casstevens Music Education Neoga, Illinois Well, group — Will it be a Dick Tracy or a Mr. Magoo cartoon in this week ' s Dec? " 155 Seniors Roslyn Christy Physical Education Sullivan, Illinois Linda Clark Elementary Education North Carlinville, Illinois Hi, all you fans in T.V. land. 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Gipson ■L-2 b:+Pb[sj=2e " +PbS0,.3G o(s)=2e +Co i(s)=2e " +Ni , +2 +2 .2B .2! L. Eckhardt S. E mmert J. Erlenborn French T. Garner 1 T. Gleason L. 3ould S. Grantham i. vjreennagei v. oreiaer v». urevei ' o f J. (jrissom a. i 1 A ounst in junsr : I ' A book for each eye? N. Habbyshaw B. Hall T. Harrington 1 70 T. Henebry M. Heneghan T. Hershey Smile at the camera. A. Hillhouse W. Hritsuk C. Hodge G. Holsinger D. Holthaus D. Houck B. Hughes S. Hurst J. Huston B. Hybki R. Howard T. Jenkins T. Jenks E. Johnson M. Jones S. Jones J. Jorstad 171 172 S. Miklavcic G. Mormino J. Mueller C. Naharis E. Neighbors G. Newman R. Nickelsen L. Noble C. Older B. Papke A. Papp J. Parmenter D Pinkley M. Poehler L. Pollock M. Precht J. Price J. Price 175 176 D. Theobald M. Tofts W. Turner W. Vankeuren J. Vanstrom T. Varughese B. Vaughn B. Vix P. Vorndam S. Ward J. Warren M. Wayne Art. Zimmerman M. Zucco Look Ma, no hands! H. Amateis L. Anderson P. Andrews T. Arentowicz J. Armbruster N. Arms Put er there! R. Becker J. Beckmire S. Benjamin W. Berry J. Bingham M. Black L. Blake 178 179 W. Foreman G. Foster N. Frederiksen M. Fryer A. Fusco L. Gardner D. Garrett 180 4£ f- R. Gilason D. Gordon J. Grant S. Graves D. Gregg W. Gregoline M. Hancock C. Handrich S. Hanna S. Harless J. Harrison M. Harrison . % S. Harvey 4 t M. Haupt N. Hawkins W. Heinrich J. Henson B. Herrin R. Hicks G. Hil til lUl Jd L. Hill R. Hohlt T. Holmer J. Hoppe W. Horton P. Hyink R. Hyink B. Jennings Hard at work at M.U. C. Kanakis M. Karasis L. Kay K. Keasey J. Keating J. Kelley J. Kelly L. Kelly C. Kesner J, Liston D. Lord L. McCarnes M. McClain D. MtCracken J. McCracken E. Mcelfresh C. Mcllwain K. Merillat N. Naber K. McQueen K. McVety S. Mason J. Matthew S. Maurer T. Meier R. Mettler G. Moore B. Morgan D. Morgan D. Morris J V G. Nix D. Nordstrum J. Novack T. Olive W. O ' Neil K. Otwell If I have to look at one more bluebook . P. Prior S. Puckett 183 M. Oueen C. Rapp V. Rapp E. Reck G. Reynolds J. Reynolds S. Rhodes J. Rieber C. Rogers D. Rogers D. Rosenthal L. Rubin R. Saleh B. Sanders D. Slatin P. Smith R. Smith R. Smith L Snider M. Snyder J. Spaulding J. Bailey R. Bakelaar J. Baker C. Baldwin A. Barbee S. Barber J. Barr B. Bauer S. Baylls C. Bead J. Berry P. Besco T. Boversdorfer J. Bland 186 Just like in kindergarten! G. Cookson W. Corsaw K. Costigan L. Crecelius M. Cullen H. Debona T. Decosmo P. Dellegrazio P. Dickey D. Dieken +ih m km - V L. Dodd F. Doehring J. Doty N. Doubleday B. Douglas S. Drach L. Duewer 4 D. Dupree Plt D. Durante A. Eakin M. Ellison t IMF t M M. Elston S. Ernsting G. Fabian £1 C R. Farr P. Ferguson A. Felleroll C. Fields M. Forman D. Foster D. Foxworthy M. Lane Story time in Lower Hall. A. LaRowe D. LaSalle J. Lauerman G. Lawson B. Lay P. Lehning M. Lindsay KB5 a i ft G. Little J. Lograsso J. Lowe L. Lucas J. Lueder T. Lundgren S. Luttrell R. Lynch M. McGahan G. McGuire P. McKinley B. McWilliams O. Mack G. MackHng 191 193 195 A Year of Intellectual 196 " I know no safe depository of £ i the ultimate powers of society DOC Id I f but the people themselves. . Thomas Jefferson " For self is a sea boundless and measureless Kahlil Gi ' bran I Pi ■ Soon to be replaced by dreams fulfilled. " But flow, flow, flow, the cur- rent of life is ever onward. . Kobodiashi 199 ' r ' ' 7 i r ' hi- 2 % ... Of ' Or. Sprite Roadster HI W STOCK 269? N£ N . STOCK HO 3150 3395 OHTHSTOPAt A ' 6 2 I 5m. 202 if When you graduate from college, a few more parts of the picture of life fall together. Your college degree — a sig- nificant accomplishment — will make it easier to place a multitude of individual parts into a meaningful whole. We ex- tend our congratulations and good wishes. The Decatur Chamber of Commerce 203 THE ONLY BANK YOU ' LL EVER NEED The Millikin National Bank of Decatur Founded in 1860 by James Millikin Member F.D.I.C. 204 ENTLER ' S 7 £e " pitmen, S frfrc " Say it with Flowers " 240 S. Fairview Phone 423-3446 Decatur, Illinois Smile — you ' re on candid camera. Compliments of a Friend Telephone 429-4201 DAY MiOMT FUNERAL HOME MO RAN N. WATER ST. AT ELDORADO DECATUR .. ILLINOIS Ji Santa is everybody ' s best friend! 206 For Your Travel in the United States or Any Place in the World CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TRAVEL BUREAU Juanita and Winston Bullington 307 Citizens Bldg. Decatur 429-4166 HUNTER - POGUE LUMBER CO. 705 N. OAKLAND Tel. 428-3487 Last one to the corner is a rotten egg! 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 Traditionally Yours, " VILLAGERS " from... Downtown 147 N. Water Brettwood Village Nor-East Corner On The Mall 207 " Knowledge is more than equivalent to force " SAMUEL JOHNSON DAWSON WIKOFF FUNERAL DIRECTORS DECATUR ILLIOPOLIS MT. ZION ARGENTA 208 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 S SONS Jewelers for Over 96 Years Merchant at Prairie Phone 423-9781 Decatur, Illinois 209 FASHIONS FOR THE HOME DECATUR 329 N. Main Ph. 428-7741 designs and builds homes for delightful living . . . . 250 N. Water St. Decatur, 111. Phone 428-4601 BLACK COMPANY SPORTING GOODS 340 North Main 125 East North DECATUR ILLINOIS Phone 429-5376 Thompson-Kramer Music Co. School Band Service 215 North Main St. Decatur, Illinois Phone 422-5611 He walked a mile for a Camel. 210 Wherever thirsty people are... Bottled under authority of the Coca-Cola Co. by The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Decatur Things go better with Coke! Best Wishes To 1968Grads MILLER - O ' NEILL FLOOR COVERINGS and DRAPERIES RAYCRAFT DRUG CO. Fountain Service Finest of Cosmetics Complete Prescription Service " I ' m forever blowing bubbles. " 211 Grin and bear it! CONGRATULATIONS . . . and best wishes To the Class of 1968 and the staff and students of M illikin University Mutual Iivsuraivce Company James S. Kemper, Chairman B. C. Dahlmann, President Executive Office: • DECATUR, ILLINOIS 2001 EAST MOUND ROAD PHONE 877-9510 212 The Bank with Time for You -» gj TGflE FM8T H Mil Sit 1XJ TIMP ' wfcii i i !• ■ n run 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 Club • Travelers Checks FREE PARKING — DRIVE-IN WINDOWS at THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF DECATUR TELEPHONE 429-4151 Ten to one she ' ll miss it. Brintlinger ' s Funeral Home Harold B. Brintlinger Class of ' 34 500 West Main St. — Decatur 111 Madisqn St.-Cerro Gordo • RECORDS • MUSIC • STEREO • GUITARS • DRUMS • SUPPLIES We ' re MaCoN MuS|C at 259 n. main • decatur Call 429-4441 RAUPFS SHOES 139 North Water Downtown Decatur OLD MAINE TROTTERS for young MEN and WOMEN The Unmistakable Look of Quality Compliments of Burdick Plumbing and Heating Co. 728 So. Main St. DECATUR, ILLINOIS 214 Congratulations to the Class of ' 68 ■ y MAIN at PRAIRIE DfCATUR. ILUNOIS 62J23 MAIN at PRAIRIE DECATUR. ILLINOIS 62523 FASHI ON is our business LOOKING? See the difference at Phone 423-3644 imams 135 E. Prairie Ready -to- Wear Sportswear Knits Boutiques Williams for important clothes Congratulations, Graduates of 1968 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Macon County 155 W. Eldorado Street Licensed and Insured EICHENAUER Fine Lighting Fixtures - Adequate Wiring Hardware - Paint - Tools Household Supplies Largest Light Bulb Selection In Decatur Your Electric anct Commercial Service Agency for Central Illinois Since 1942 Oakwood Shopping Area 429-4229 - Days Night - 429-6402, 877-7543 Harold Bill Marianna Are you sure this is what I want? 215 GOOD ADVICE FOR LIFE SAVE....SAVE....SAVE....SAVE....regularly! 135 E. Main Decatur, Illinois MUTUAL HOME INGS ASSOCIATION " SAVING IS A GOOD HABIT MADE BETTER AT MUTUAL.. ..SINCE 1904 " Intellectual enthusiasm on the " day after the night before. " " This ought to get me that fire-building badge! " 216 ' Where does it hurt? " Compliments of THE WINERY welcome, ly bvow5€v| i town home 253 noxtA main tilt 8:30 tt. m. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 68 from SCHUDELS Decatur ' s Leading Launderers and Dry Cleaners Since 1910 Decatur Owned and Operated 725 E. Prairie Decatur, 111. Marvel -Schebler Products Division BORG-WARNER CORPORATION CONGRATULATIONS 1968 GRADUATES of MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY Nicholson-Clark Company === = INSURANCE ESTABLISHED 1851 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Telephones: 428-7754 114 N. WATER 428-7755 428-7756 219 PHONE 429.5429 730 SO. MAIN DECATUR " For a Job to be Well Done " EVERYTHING IN ROOFING AND SHEET METAL Industrial Commercial Residential Farm Millikin men at work CHRISTY - FOLTZ INC. Supply Company Contractors - Builders Phone 428-8601 740 South Main St. 220 For Your Dining Pleasure It ' s SHIR-MELS Unsurpassed in Culinary Cuisine CONGRATULATIONS from THE NORMAN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY Freshman campers find time to discuss Millikin. Congratulations From Your Alums Lillian L., Dorothy M., and Gene MONSON FUNERAL HOME 239 W. PRAIRIE Phone 428-4429 brimming with all that ' s new and important in fashion apparel and accessories . . at prices that treat your budget with tender loving care! charge accounts invited! LIBSON SHOPS 203 NORTH WATER STREET IN DECATUR 221 We ' ll get that movie rolling yet! Wise shoppers make one stop at . . . HAINES and ESSICK ' IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN DECATUR ' ' TYPEWRITERS • SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES • BOOK SHOP • GIFT SHOP . CARD SHOP • SPORT SHOP - TOY SHOP • PARTY SUPPLIES It ' s a wise student who depends on the CAMPUS BOOK STORE ' IN THE HEART OF MILLIKIN ' S CAMPUS ' COLLEGE TEXTBOOKS • SCHOOL SUPPLIES • STUDENTS SUNDRY NEEDS • ATHLETIC SUPPLIES • SPORTS CLOTHING Compliments of DECATUR BOTTLING CO. PEPSI-COLA They ' re giving away free Pepsi in the sub! Compliments of THE PERSHING NATIONAL BANK 10OO WEST PERSHING ROAD DECATUR. ILLINOIS 62526 PHQNE 877—1236 Member F. D. I. C. T. A. BRINKOETTER 8c SONS, INC. PLUMBING. HEATING AND REPAIRING 636 EAST WOOD STREET • DECATUR. ILLINOIS " What a wash-day headache! " An education makes the difference For over 75 years, the Citizen National Bank has been serving the Decatur community ... home of Millikin University. Since the inception of Millikin the Citizens has, because of its recognition of the necessity of university training for the youth of the community, enthusiastically supported Millikin University, as an integral part of the community. Your education at Millikin University will stand you in good stead as you enter the stream of life ... for education does make the difference. BIG. ..BUT FRIENDLY THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Mtr.uv D ' pottt n r«flC«(.VjM --- • MILLIDEK CLASSIFIED DECATUR, ILLINOIS Help Wanted WANTED Aggressive 1968 college gradu- ates seeking interesting, chal- lenging careers which offer growth potential as well as op- portunity to contribute to soci- ety. Millikin graduates now in business know the importance of ethics. That profit isn ' t the only motivating factor. That individuality can be maintained in a corporate structure. We want the opportunity to prove that " Business Is A Good Place To Work. " For Further Information Con- tact: MUELLER CO. DECATUR, ILL. or BUSINESS U.S.A. Plants in: Decatur, Chattanooga, Brea (Los Angeles) In Canada: Mueller, Limited, Sarnia, Ontario 225 I enjoy being a girl. HECHT ' S for " College Fashions " 335 N. Water Street Compliments of SWARTZ RESTAURANT Neumode Hosiery Shop Hosiery for Men, Women and Children Complete Line of Campus Socks Phone 422-1755 - 117 N. Water St. Go Big Blue! 226 Complirtients of HEINKEL PACKING CO. Compliments of SWAIN MYERS ASSOCIATES, Inc. Planned Packaged Interiors Complete Food Service Equipment and Fixtures for School, Restaurants, In stitutions, Clubs, and Motor Hotels. 444 E. MAIN ST. Lunch call! ROBY ROBY Verne E. Roby Class of ' 43 REALTORS Complete Line of Real Estate Service " SALES - LOANS INSURANCE 252 E. Main Phone 428-3451 Compliments of WOARE BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Brick and Builders Supplies 1600 N. Calhoun St. Phone 429-4404 Decatur, Illinois 227 Just couldn ' t pass up such a good sale! " Knowledge is more than equivalent to force " SAMUEL JOHNSON DAWSON WIKOFF FUNERAL DIRECTORS DECATUR ILLIOPOLIS MT. ZION ARGENTA THE BLUE MILL " For Steaks that You ' ll Remember " C. N. Gorham Sons, Inc. Mortgage Bankers — Realtors 407 N. Main Street P. O. Box 1029 Decatur, Illinois Keep those jokes coming. Try SUNBEAM . . • and Compare Now — " Batter Whipped Charades ... or cheerleading? 229 " Old Fashi oned Ice Cream Is Best At . . . " 239 SOUTH OAKLAND Sodas - Sundaes - M-ilk Shakes " • l . Espresso Coffee tatty UuU Hot Chocolate Tea for two — modern style Compliments of . . . Meadow Gold Dairy 304 S. Main — Phone 429-5241 Congratulations Schwartz Glass Company 736 South Main Street Decatur, Illinois I ' m putting notes to Santa all over the tree! 230 OUR OFFICIAL YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHER MAIN OFFICE AND LABORATORIES 225 PARK AVENUE SOUTH NEW YORK, N. Y. 10003 212-OREGON 7-7788 That left foot always was a beat ahead. 231 Allan, Ralph 20, 47 Allen, Jack C 15 Anderson, William 44 Andrews, Alfred 42, 43 Armitage, Catherine 57 Askill, John 35, 46 B Bateman, Charles 33 Belford, Marvin 54, 124 Bell, Michele 38,39 Benner, Denny 51 Bliss, Paul 134 Boatman, Maurice 15, 58 Bodamer, William 40 Briody, David 42, 43 Brookman, Joan ...16 Brooks, Bonnie .14 Brooks, Gary 14 Browning, Clyde 15 Butler, Thomas 32, 33 Calhoun, Larry 31 Carnahan, Elizabeth 16 Carson, Max 51 Casey, Earl 16 Casey, Juanita 16 Castaneda, Concedcion 38, 39 Chapman, Merle 47, 142, 134, 143 Coover, Sandra 16 Corzatt, Clifton 46 Coy, Darwin 44 Crannell, Harriett 47 Crawford, Barry 35, 67 Cvengros, Bernice 102 Faculty and Staff Index H Habbe, Vera 16 Hamilton, Robert H 36 Hardwick, Doris 16 Hasselbach, Nellie 104 Hastings, Linda 16 Haywood, Robert 30 Henson, Grace 16 Herzig, John 50 Hill, Mary Ellen 16 Hoffland, Richard 53, 129 Hundley, June 69 I Isom, Kathleen 127 Jackson, Irving 13 Johnson, Joan 55 K Kearney, Edward ...37 Keehn, Norman 37 Kerns, Byron 14, 20, 58 Kettlekanp, James 21 King, Thomas 41 Kinsey, David ...46 Klaven, Marvin .31 Kreuger, William .34 Krows, Wayne 13,58 La Rowe, Kenneth 52, 58 Lewis, Lillian 17 Lewis, William 32 Lindsay, Jacquelyn 17 Lindsay, S 17 Day, Margaret 16 Deetz, Rachel 16 Dennis, Clyde .44 Dick, Mary 114 Drennan, Dorothy 16 Drenan, James a WKr 0m ' 45 Eckroth, Marvin . 55 Ellefson, Robert 46 Eubanks, Shirley 16 M Ferris, William Ferry, Alma Ferry, Richard Forbes, Gordon Frye, Larry Gage, Eleanor Gaston, Jack Gill, R. Wayne Glasscock, David Gordy, Darla ... Gray, Walter B. Griffith, John Gromoll, Henry 38 16 33, 60, 67 41 57 Mc McGeath, Orlo 17 McGinnis, Frank 53 McGinnis, Winnifred 56 McKay, Paul 10, 11 McPeek, Beth 14, 20 Magrane, David 44 Manske, Kenneth 45 Mardock, Robert 36 Marshall, David 49 Mathieson, Lester 47, 134, 144 Mauney, David 55, 127 Merritt, William 21 Merwin, Mr. Kenneth 15, 133 Methenitis, Joan 118 Mickel, Jere 42,43 Miller, John 35 Miller, Roger 13 Milner, Virginia 38, 39 Moffett, J 17 Mulholland, Margaret 108 49 12 20, 51 16 15 49 41 N Northrup, Jean Norville, Hubert Olson, Gail 55, 127 53 Olson, James 48, 58 Ozee, Evelyn 17 Paine, Richard 50 Peterson, Margaret 54 Phillips, Douglas 54 Pickens, William . 45 Plews, Jean 33 Prange, Sue 35 Randall, Rodney 46, 17 Redford, Gerald 15, 67 Richardson, Kent 57 Robinson, Francis 57 Rude, Elizabeth 112 Saure, Mabeth 54, 127 Schaar, Shashana 49 Scherer, Mrs. Helen 116 Scholz, Jean 56 Schueler, Alma 47 Schueler, Roger ...53 Scobie, William 54, 127 Sebok, Dick 15 Shell, Lester 44 Shelton, Ronald 20, 46 Six, Frances 17 Smith, Dorothy 17 Smith, Glen 49 Snyder, Wesley ...53 Spencer, Robert 55 Stewart, Norma 17 Stupple Jesse 37 Tate, Audrey 17 Taylor, Myron , 34 Thorn, Dean 15 Tilley, Wesley 34 Ting, E 38 Tompkins, Kenneth 34 Travis, Elizabeth — 53 w 31 Walker, Willis 36 Walvoord, Linda 35 Waltmann, L. 17 Walton, Eileen Wasson, Mary 1 Weatherbee, Carl 45 Welch, Gladys 1 Wessler, Carole 56 Wichert, Betty 17 Wiggs, Halice 33 Wiggs, Margaret 17 Williams, Don 47, 138 Williams, William 51 Wing, Edward 40 Winter, Ian 38, 133 Wittenaur, Darlene 56 Wolfer, Marilyn 17 Woltmann, Lillian 69 Wrigley, Irene 17 6 Student Index A f Abell, Joanne 121, 127, 178 Adams, Roger - 133 Adamson, Jon 138, 168 Adcock, Christina 168 Ahearn, Maurice 186 Ahrens, Dale 27, 114, 186 Albert, Sandy 102, 178 Albright, Dave 27, 37, 118, 186 Aldrich, Margaret 54, 59, 154 Aid rich, Nance .32, 65, 108, 133, 168 Allen, Janice „ 28, 168 Allison, Stephen J 154 Alt, Bonnie 104, 154 Altmansberger, Larry 27, 37, 118, 178 Amateis, Harold 178 Anderson, Donna Jean 22, 26, 77, 98, 104, 105, 128, 131, 168 Anderson, Gary 50, 58, 116, 154 Anderson, Gordon 112, 144, 168 Anderson, Lawrance 143, 168 Anderson, Linda 46, 186 Anderson, Lynn 19,28, 102, 128 131, 178 Anderson, Marilyn 121, 186 Anderson, Wm. J. 114, 154 Andrews, Paul 178 Apyan, Roseanne .37, 121, 148, 186 Aquilina, Mary 168 Arentowicz, Terry 37, 118, 1 78 Ariens, Dennis 154 Armbruster, Jeffrey 22, 112, 134 143, 178 Arms, Nancy 39,59, 106, 178 Armstrong, Jack 116, 154 Askill, Carol 35, 168 Ater, Linda 178 Attig, Sandy 39,62,77, 106, 146, 168 Augustine, James 19,45,154 Aukland, Jean 37, 39, 178 Austin, Dan 114, 186 Austin, Lorraine .28, 59, 178 Avenarius, Dave 119, 186 Axt, Geoffrey 115, 186 Ayers, Robert 154 B Bailey, John 186 Bailey, Lynn 154 Bakelaar, Robert ...186 Baker, Jacklyn 40, 186 Baker, Jackie 129 Balderson, Linda 35, 65, 77, 104, 105, 168 Baldwin, Carol 61, 186 Baldwin, Frank 19, 28, 58, 168 Banfield, Wayne 178 Barbee, Ann 103, 186 Barber, Mary 26, 106, 107, 154 Barber, Stephen 133, 186 Barber Jr., Andrew 45, 168 Bare, David 124, 127, 130, 168 Barnes, Barbara 105, 178 Barnett, Thomas . 64, 67, 77, 1 13, 154 Barr, Judy 186 Bartholomew, Mary 46, 168 Barton, John 155 Basler, George 116 Bates, Randy 39, 116, 178 Bauer, Barbara 107, 151, 186 Bayha, Robert 32,117,155 Bay I is, Susan 61, 107, 186 Beall, Carol 39, 105, 186 Beall, Sharon 108 Bear, Barbara 155 Becker, Linda 59, 105, 178 Becker, Rita 178 Beckmire, Jan 39, 62, 178 Beemer, Pamela 102, 103, 168 Bell, Denise 20, 32, 66, 67, 77, 89, 98, 108, 109, 168 Bell, Norma 155 Benjamin, Sandra .24, 129, 178 Benson, Pat 108, 109 Benson, Paul 155, 168 Berry, John 119, 186 Berry, William 133, 178 Besco, Paul 186 Best, Barb 40, 168 Beyersdorfer, Terry .186 Bilyeer, James Michael 155 Bingham, John 115, 124, 120, 127, 128, 130, 178 Birkemeir, Larry ...43, 155 Black, Carol 59,77, 102, 103, 155 Black, Margaret 129, 178 Blair, Robert 29, 50, 77, 155 Blake, Luana 128, 131, 178 Blaker, Carolyn 179 Bland, Judy 186 Bleech, Mike 134, 187 Boden, Edward ...187 Boehm, Cathy 59, 179 Boehm, Patricia 187 Boeker, Alice 39,59, 107, 179 Bogart, Glenn 119 Boland, Peter 179 Bolas, Pat 133 Bolin, Leon 155 Bolio, Sally 39, 179 Bollinger, Gary _ 119, 168 Bolon, Bob 117, 187 Bond, Charles Bond, Julie 169 Bono, Chuck ...19, 20, 22, 37, 50, 77, 119, 179 Booth, Linda 107, 187 Borders, Gaylon 155 Boron, Diana 65, 109, 187 Borough, Richard Boston, Barb 105, 128, 187 Bouck, Lowell 134 Bowman, Cheryl 187 Brandon, Beth 59, 179 Breda r, Tom 187 Brelsford, Mike .. 155 Breed, Thomas 128, 130, 179 Brilliant, Roberta 187 Bristle, Kathy 107, 128, 131, 169 Bross, Joel 179 Brown, Craig _ 115, 187 Brown, Judy _ 187 Browning, James 155 Browning, Joe 19, 117, 179 Bruining, David 116, 117, 169 Brumett, Robert 119, 155 Budding, Irene 109, 169 Bull, Marilyn 32, 187 Buller, William 187 Burger, Judith Kay 32,46, 155 Burke, John 50, 115, 133, 169 Burns, Barbara 103, 179 Burns, Christine 155 Burnside, James 187 Burroughs, Carolyn 187 Buse, Jeanette 169 Butler, Sheila 128 Butler, Steve 19,27,50, 113, 169, 179 Butterfoss, Robert 115, 187 Caldarone, Steven 115, 179 Camasta, Pat 117, 134, 187 Cameron, David 117, 126, 187 Campbell, Barry 114, 115, 124, 126, 155 Campbell, Judy 121, 179 Campbell, Sharon 121, 124, 187 Carlough, Glenn 117, 179 Carnal!, George . ..19, 28, 29, 50, 65, 133, 169 Carnall, Jean 19, 121, 187 Carpenter, James 121 Carr, Jessie 179 Carrell, Janice 32, 39, 107, 151, 187 Carroll, Sharon 105, 151,187 Carter, Tom 27, 116, 179 Caruso, Mary Sue 169 Casper, Steve 90, 113, 179 Casstevens, Michael 128, 130, 155 Cater, Monte 116, 134, 187 Cave, Edward 89, 116,156 Cerutti, Betty . 59,61,121,179 Chacanios, Carina 187 Chalmers, Oashon 187 Chambers, Susan 187 Chao, Mary Lou ...19,46,59,62,77, 121, 179 Chapman, Sharon Virginia 156 Chasteen, Barbara 62, 77, 80, 81, 106, 146, 156 Chicvara, Michael .39, 134 Childers, Karen 187 Chomiak, Mary Ann .19, 61, 108, 109, 127, 129, 169 Chrisman, Danny 169 Christ, Ruth 28, 29, 59, 131, 156 Christy, Roslyn 148, 156 Cisna, Randall .187 Clark, Eunice 127, 129, 133, 179, 187 Clark, Linda 32, 58, 77, 89, 104, 156 Clark, Marcia 156 Classon, Barbara 32,39, 179 Clauser Jr., Thomas .114, 187 Clevenger, Glenn 19,27,50,60, 67, 114, 169 Coen, David 58, 130, 156 Coffelt, Lyle 116, 169 Coffman, Frank 113,179 Cole, Mary . 22, 26, 77, 102, 103, 156 Collins, Paula 26, 106, 151, 187 Combs, Claire 20,32,102,103,179 Comerata, Tony 116, 142, 179 Compton, Connie 188 Conderman, John 50, 119, 156 Connar, Dan .156 Conway, Elizabeth ...187 Conway, Steve 134, 188 Cook, Russell 124, 128, 130, 188 Cookson, George 188 Cooper, Jim 54, 124, 127, 130, 169, 179 233 Cope, Jim 77, 118, 126, 169 Cope, Judith 169 Corbin, R 134 Cordts, Thomas 117,156 Cork, Anthony 29, 40, 133, 143, 169 Corsaw, Wanda 121, 188 Costigan, Karen 90, 188 Coughlin, Thomas 37, 179 Coventry, Rodger 169 Cox, Patrick 134 Craft, Janet ...179 Crecelius, Larry 27, 113, 188 Crecelius, Lee 18,20,58,67, 113, 156 Crum, Anna 40, 179 Cullen, Margaret 188 Cummings, Carlton 179 Curran, Susan 179 Currie, Elizabeth 24, 129, 179 Custis, Connie 32, 156 Cutler, Peter 90, 117, 179 Cuttiil, Ralph Norman 114, 156 Dalluge, Nelda Daubach, Dian .«H| Daunic, Yvette 35,61, Davenport, David 124, 134, Davidson, Ann 77, 106 Davis, Joan 26, 108, 109 Davis, Lee 113 Davis, Melvin E. 138 Davis, Olivia ...129 Davis, Roger 127 Davis, Shirley Davis, William ...27, 117 Day, John 19, 43, 67 Dayton, Elizabeth ..... 24 Deadrick, Sally .62, 106, 107 Dearborn, Dana Deardorff, Diana S .M.A Deaville, Helen 59 DeBona, Hal 118 DeCosmo, Terry 118 Dellegrazio, Pete 37, 118 DeMoulin, Dick 117 Derby, Marsha 58 Deremiah, Jeff Deremiah, Jim 137, 142 Deremiah, John 142 Derr, C. Dethrow, Bill 124 Dethrow, Lynn 124, 131 DeVault, Tamra 24, 28 DeWeese, Eric 35 Dick, Mary Fran 103 Dicke, Lawrence 37, 98, 119 Dickey, Patsy 121 Dieken, Darlene Diesing, Linda 54, 124 Dixon, Dhris 19, 20, 77, 89, 1 17 Dixon, Gregg 1 17 Dodd, Linda 133 Doane, Wayne 114, 124 Dodson, Diane Doehring, Fred 1 12 Donaldson, Gay .129 Doolin, Joe 112, 134 Doty, Jacqueline 129, 133 Doubleday, Nancy 104, 124 Douglas, Barbara 121 Douglass, Jane Douglass, Ron 124, 126, 127 Dower, William .119 Drach, Keith 156 .169 169 127, , 142 , 156 , 180 , 156 , 180 , 180 , 157 180 , 157 , 169 , 180 , 169 169 169 , 180 , 188 , 188 , 188 , 157 , 157 180 , 157 , 157 107 , 126 , 157 , 180 , 157 , 157 118, , 180 , 188 188 , 180 , 180 , 169 , 188 , 130 109 , 188 , 169 , 180 , 188 , 188 , 188 180 , 157 , 169 37 Drach, Sterling 119, 188 Drake, Edward 119, 180 Driggs, Spencer 117 Drury, Barbara 28, 157 Dubinick, Christopher ... .1 16, 137, 157 Dudiak, Paul 24, 137, 170 Duer, Robert 116, 170 Duewer, Linda 40, 188 Duff, Martha 180 Duff, Sue Ann 124, 127, 180 Dulaney, Rich 116, 138, 180 Dunlap, Barbara 54, 102, 128, 131, 157 Dupree, Dora 35, 129, 188 Durante, Diane 129, 188 Dybicz, Mary 107, 157 Dykstra, Dale 24,35, 129, 170 Eads, Dean 50, 157 Eakin, Annalee 188 Eakin, Ember 180 Easter, Clifford 157 Eckhardt, Lynette 170 Ellis, Sterling 112 Ellison, Michael 129 Sfston, Mike 188 Elten, Richard 27, 115, 180 Elwell, Bobbi 102, 157 Emelander, Kathleen ...19, 24, 32, 61, 89, 157 Emmert, Susan 77, 104, 128, 131, 147, 170 Emrich, Beverly 108,158 Engel, Judy 35 England, Gene 180 Erlenborn, James 115, 170 Emsting, Sherwin 188 Eu banks, David .. 180 Evans, Thomas 116, 170 Evans, Ward 50, 158 Fabian, Gregg 27, 116, 134, 188 Farleigh, Kathy 61, 107, 146, 180 Farr, Richard 113, 134, 188 Farrell, Daniel 115, 158 Ferguson, Patricia 129, 188 Ferry, D 67 Fetterolf, Ann 128, 188 Feutz, John 134 Field, Westley 119, 180 Fields, Charles 188 File, Donna 131, 170 Flaherty, Michelle 102, 170 Foreman, William 180 Forman, Michael 130,188 Foster, Brenda 105, 170 Foster, Dan 37, 119, 188 Foster, Gail 121, 180 Fotzler, Sharon 40 Foxworthy, Diana 108, 188 Franklin, Christine 158 Franks, Lynne 121, 189 Frederiksen, Neal 128, 130, 180 Freidank, Jean 189 French, George 37, 137, 170 French, Mike 189 Friedman, Frederic 50, 158 Frohwitter, Dixie 158 Fryer, Mike 119, 180 Furniss, Deborah . ..54, 124, 127, 189 Fusco, Tony 19, 65, 113, 180 Futrell, Harry 27, 45, 77, 90, 113, 134, 137, 158 G Gable, C 126 Gage, Mary 108, 128, 189 Galas, Peg 61, 105, 189 Galloway, Judy 37, 39, 103, 189 Gamble, Patricia 121, 189 Gard, Beth 39, 103 Gardner, Pat 26, 107, 128, 189 Garner, Larry 180 Garner, Thomas 134, 170 Garrett, Dennis 180 Garrett, Gerry 113, 134, 158 Garstang, Becky 189 Gary, Cheryl ...77,102,103,158 Geiser, Harlan 115, 189 Gerlach, Elizabeth 37, 103, 189 Gherardi, Mary 170 Gibsen, Alice 35,65, 170 Gilason, Robert 117,181 Gipson, Marilyn 24, 170 Gleason, Tom 118, 124, 126, 170 Glosser, John 158 Goebel, Clyde 189 Goerne, Larry 133, 189 Gollings, Jim 158 Gonzales, Stephanie 189 Gorden, Marjorie 158 Gordon, Douglas 133, 181 Gould, Linda 128, 131, 170 Goss, Jane 189 Graber, Robert 27, 115, 189 Granneman, Richard 118 Grant, Diane 158 Grant, John 118, 124, 181 Grantham, Steven 170 Graves, Susanna 181 Gray, Judith 107, 189 Green, Brian 117, 134, 189 Green, Jerry 118, 158 Green, Judy 158 Greenagle, Steve .124, 126, 130, 170 Greenewalt, Jim 113,158 Gregg, Dean 119, 181 Greider, John 159 Gregoline, William 128, 133, 181 Greider, Gretchen .. .29,61,107,170 Grever, Gayle 124, 127, 170 Griffith, Gary 119, 159 Grissom, James 19,45, 142, 170 Grohe, Bob 115, 126, 189 Gross, Charles E 117, 189 Grossman, Gretchen 159 Ground, Paul 19,24,43,181 Grovesteen, Ruth 159 Grubb, Cheryl 35, 129, 189 Guin, Greg 159 Gunst, Bonnie 170 Gunst, Linda . r . . .1.121, 148, 170 Gustafson, James 117, 159 u M Habbyshaw, Nancy 109, 170 Haddad, Fred 65 Hahnstadt, Hal lie 128, 189 Haines, Marjorie 26, 60, 67, 106, 159 Hajek, Janet 189 Hall, Barbara 108, 109, 170 Hallmann, Alice Ann 109, 189 Halvorsen, Linda .26, 103, 151, 189 Hamilton, Dennis 39,40, 129, 189 Hamilton, Diane 159 Hamilton, Judy 59 Hammond, Richard 115, 189 Hancock, Mary 24, 121, 181 Handrich, Carolyn 59, 181 Hanna, Susan 181 Hanson, George 113, 134 Harowick, Steven ..,159 Heirless, Sally 124, 181 Harlow, Natalie . 26, 32, 59, 105, 159 Harper, Patricia 35, 159 Hascall, Linda 29,32,61,159 Harrington, Tom 114, 170 Harrison, Dale 171 Harrison, Jerry 181 Harrison, Kappy 62, 103, 133, 151, 189 Harrison, Susie 61, 105, 181 Harry, Nancy 19, 24, 59, 67, 181 Hartwig, Michael 50, 171 Harvey, Susan .103, 128, 181 Hasbrouck, Thomas 189 Haupt, Martha .....102, 181 Hawk, Carolyn .19, 24, 29, 121, 159 Hawk, Sue 171 Hawkins, Norman 181 Hawthorne, Larry ... ... 137, 189 Hayes, Kathleen 19, 89, 171 Hayward, Curt 127, 189 Heinle, Anne 106, 146, 159 Heinrich, William 119, 181 Heinz, Bill .27, 77, 98, 1 16, 1 17, 171 Heinzmann, Gail 26, 105, 127 Helman, Linda 102, 129, 189 Henderson, Linda ...171 Henebry, Michael 45, 159 Henebry, Tim 171 Heneghan, Michael 50, 77, 89, 113, 171 Henry, Dave 160 Henson, Jim 181 Hentzel, James 138, 189 Herbord, Paula 109, 121, 190 Herr, M. .134 Herrin, Bette 181 Hershey, Timothy 171 Hester, Donna 39, 105, 190 Heyer, Elfriede 35, 160 Heynen, James 45, 46, 160 Hickman, Susan 190 Hicks, Marsha 39, 190 Hicks, Reginald 181 Higgins, James 160 Hildebrandt, Danny 160 Hill, G 138, 181 Hill, Larry 181 Hill, Thomas .18,50,58,67,77, 112, 160 Hilihouse, Ann 124, 127, 171 Higgins, Cheryl 190 Hodge, Candi 66, 67, 106, 171 Hoffman, Lawrence 134 Hohlt, Richard 50, 181 Holland, Martha 105, 190 Holmer, Tom 27,114,134,181 Holsinger, Gayle 26, 77, 89, 108, 109, 171 Holthaus, Don 50, 171 Honefenger, Ronald 117, 160 Hopp, Martin 190 Hoppe, Janet 39, 61, 181 Horbovetz, David 127, 133, 160 Horsf, Ann 127, 190 Horton, William 128, 133, 181 Houck, David 37, 171 Howard, Richard .19, 50, 58, 121, 171 Howell, Linda 22,26,77,80,81, 89, 108, 109, 160 Hritsuk, Daniel 160 Hritsuk, Walt 171 Hubbard, Elizabeth .19,90,104,190 Huber, Brad 128, 130, 190 Huddleston, Mark 138, 160 Hudspeth, Lionel 160 Hughes, Barb 90, 108, 109, 171 Humphrey, Jim ... 20, 27, 77, 112, 260 Hunniford, Dennis 160 Hurst, Kathy Beaman 77, 105, 168 Hurst, Steve 171 Huston, Jim 171 Hybki, Barbara 35, 102, 171 Hyink, Peter 133, 181 Hyink, Robert 133, 181 I Ingle, Daniel 190 J Jemiola, Gwen 190 Jenkins, Martha 104, 190 Jenkins, Tom 126, 124, 171 Jenks, Tina 39, 171 Jennings, Sally 121, 129, 181 Johner, Elsa 28, 128, 131 Johnson, Christine 129, 148, 182 Johnson, Earl .—171 Johnson, Jane 190 Johnson, Pete 27 Jones, David 190 Jones, Gregory 24, 32, 113, 133, 134, 143, 190 Jones, Marty 89, 103, 171 Jones, Michael 160 Jones, Susan 103, 171 Jorstad, Jill 65,89, 104, 171 Joy, Lea 182 Jurkanin, Janice 107 ,190 K Kaetzel, Patricia 190 Kaisow, Stephen 133, 160 Kanakis, Caroline . 182 Kanali, Fred 161 Kaneruo, David _ 190 Karasis, Michael 46, 129, 133, 182 Kasper, Edward 171 Kaufman, Kathy 59, 61, 103, 190 Kay, Liz ...103 Keas, Kenneth 134, 190 Keasey, Kathy 59, 129, 131, 182 Keating, Joan 133, 182 Keip, William ...116, 190 Keith, Jim 113, 172 Kelly, Jim 182 Kelley, James 39, 116, 182 Kelly, Larry 138, 182 Kelpsas, Carol 90, 172 Kenny, Penny .105, 161 Kensil, Suzanne ..... 129 Kesner, Charles ...114,182 Ketz, Elizabeth 59, 108, 182 Kidd, David 27, 114, 161 Kidwell, Cynthia 105 Kile, Kathy 62, 102, 103, 172 Killion, Ruth Ann 133, 190 Kim, Wan Sik 161 King, John 182 Kinter, Jane 161 Klansek, Jacquelyn 102, 103, 182 Klaus, Judith 129 Kleinfeldt, Rich .124, 126, 130, 133 182 Klingel, Kay 54 161 Kloster, Frederick 40, 128, 130, 172 Knorr, Janis 182 Knox, Gary 161 Knudson, Louis 116, 172 Knutson, Trude 148, 190 Koehler, James R. 116, 161 Koehn, Candace ... 39, 107, 182 Koepke, Letitia . 39, 77, 80, 105, 124, 131, 161 Koeppe, Jo Ellen ...29, 129, 131, 161 Kohlrus, Joseph 54, 124, 172 Korowicki, Dave 182 Kot, Leslie 129, 131, 182 Koyak, Paula 32, 161, 103 Kramer, Jim 113, 172 Kramer, Lois 32, 89, 102, 161 Kraemer, Tom 89,116,161 Krause, Mary Nelle 32, 105, 161 Krause, Robert 54, 117, 128, 130, 172 Kretchner, Judy 29, 129, 172 Kunard, D. Alan 115, 161 L LaMar, Steve 113, 134, 191 Lamping, Thomas 116, 117, 172 Landmesser, Leora ...124, 191 Lane, James 45, 172 Lane, Michael ....134, 191 Lang, Nanci 102, 182 Lang, Debbi 102 LaRowe, Allan 191 LaSalle, Dana 19,39,62, 124, 126, 191 Larsen, Ellen 29, 80, 81, 162 Latshaw, Michael 162 Lauerman, James ..113, 191 Lowing, Charles 115, 162 Lawson, Gayle 37, 103, 191 Lay, Bill ...113, 191 Leach, Debbie 90, 151, 182 Lebeck, Kenneth 117, 137, 162 LeCoeg, Ann .35, 39, 59, 65, 67, 182 Lederbrand, Judy 19, 28, 172 Lee, Michael 172 Lee, Young Jim 162 Lehning, Kyle 124, 126, 191 Lent, Eilliam 113, 182 Leslie, Roy 182 Levitsky, Michael 162 Lewis, John 143, 172 Lewis, John W. 134, 182 Lewis, Susan 65, 106, 107, 172 Lichtenberg, Donna 162 Lindsay, Kitty 26, 58, 59, 77, 105, 162 Lindsay, Maureen 108, 191 Lisle, Jamie 40, 172 Liston, Jamet 19, 103, 182 Liston, Sharon 26, 80, 81, 103, 162 Little, Gary 134, 191 Lograsso, John 138, 191 Lohnes, Dennis 162 Lord, Debbie _ 182 Lorton, Harold 162 Loughrin, Ellen 131, 172 Lovellette, Richard 172 Lowe, Jim 191 Lubsen, Karen 24,39,121,172 Lucas, Lynn 129, 191 Lueder, Janice 121, 191 Lundgren, Thomas 134, 191 Luttrell, Anne 65, 77, 90, 105, 173 tuttrell, Sherrie 191 Lynch, Richard .119, 129, 191 Lyons, John 134 Me McArthy, Janet . 32, 109, 162 McCarnes, Laurie 20, 39,77, 107, 147, 182 McCartney, Herb .124, 127, 130, 173 McClain, Marilyn 129, 131, 182 McClelland, Marty 103 McCracken, Boyd 27,45, 117, 173 McCracken, David 128, 182 McCracken, Julienne 19, 61, 104, 182 235 McCrary, David 142, 162 McDonald, Marilyn 65, 172 McElfresh, Ellen 39, 182 McGahan, Margaret 191 McGee, Larry 19, 50, 133, 173 McGrew, Gary 134 McGuire, Carol 191 Mcllwain, Cynthia 32, 61, 65, 107, 183 McKinley, Pam .32, 107, 191 McLeod, Jim 162 McManus, Mary 32, 173 McQueen, Kent 183 McVety, Kent .183 McWilliams, Bob 117,143,191 M Mack, Ollie 134, 143, 191 Mackling, Gary 191 Mahar, Timothy .162 Mahon, Joan ...173 Maiello, Matthew 192 Maierhofer, Mary .35, 173 Mains, Pat 50, 115, 130, 133, 173 Majors, John 27,77,119,173 Malan, Mark 29,40,46, 173 Maly, Mildred ...162 Mann, Joyce 105, 192 Manock, Carol 121, 128, 173 Marker, Dave 134, 143, 192 Markus, Richard . 50, 118, 119, 173 Marsh, Janice 108, 163 Martin, Linda 163 Mason, Dwight 192 Mason, Stephen 27, 77, 118, 119, 183 Massler, Martin 35,67,77,112,173 Mather, James 173 Matson, Ellen .19,26,32,89, 109, 173 Matthew, Janet 183 Mauro, Thomas 173 Maurer, Karen 32,61, 103, 163 Maurer, Susan 39, 103, 183 Mauterer, Mary Kay 104, 192 Maxey, Darvin 134, 163 Meannu, Esther Layepie 39,65, 192 Meier, Marilyn 192 Meier, Thomas 183 Meillo, M 118 Melihercik, Paul 117, 173 Menapace, David 127, 163 Mendelson, Alan 115, 124, 126, 173 Merenhov, Richard 163 Merillat, Kris 39, 107, 183 Metcalf, George 192 Mettler, Richard 118, 183 Meyer, Donna 104, 163 Meyer, Nadine 163 Meyers, Laurie 192 Mickel, Tim 192 Miklavic, Steve 90,117,174 Milam, Beverly 103, 173 Milhollin, Stephen 43, 163 Miller, Dennis 115, 130 Miller, Harold 45, 58, 163 Millikin, Candee 105 Minor, Mary 192 Mitchell, John 127, 192 Mitchell, Jon 115, 134, 192 Mitchell, Shirley 163 Mitchell, Wilhemina 129 Miyama, Wakako 192 Mogler, Richard 115, 192 Moisson, Arlene 192 Moore, Carol 32, 105, 147, 163 Moore, Charles 129,192 mm Moore, Gloria 19, 39, 58, 106, 183 Moorehead, David . 43, 13, 127, 163 Moose, Larry 54, 128, 130, 163 Moraitis, Stathe 118, 163 Mordica, Susan Morenz, Robert 192 Morgan, Barbara 54, 59, 129, 183 Morgan, Dana 65, 109, 192 Morgan, Donald 183 Morin, L 106 Mormino, Gary 19,20,77, 89, 118,174 Morris, Anita 35, 109, 192 Morris, Dan ...183 Morris, David .134, 192 Morris, Ellen 39, 109 Morrow, David 124, 126, 130, 192 Morthland, Diana 109, 192 Motz, Art .124, 126 Mueller, Jane 58, 77, 90, 102, 174 Mueller, Mary 102, 183 Muery, Linda 129 Mulligan, Mary .105, 192 Munton, Rosemary . 40, 133, 192 Murin, Sandra 106, 147, 163 Murphy, Sue 26, 105, 192 N Naber, Nancy 1 83 Nahatis, Charles .37, 118, 119, 174 Nakamaru, Nancy 192 Napier, Marty 192 Neighbors, Ed .116, 134, 174 Newman, Gail 19,28, 174 Nicholls, Merville 164 Nicholson, Cynthia 164 Nicholson, Kathy 37,62, 102, 151, 192 Nickelsen, Ron 124, 130, 174 Nieft, Jerry 58, 164 Niemann, Karen 29 Nix, Gail 59, 124, 127, 131, 183 Noble, Gail 104, 129, 174 Noer, John 192 Nordstrom, David 116, 183 Nordstrom, Charles 45,46, 164 Norris, Ronald 164 Novack, James 118,119,124,183 o O ' Bryan, Mike 192 O ' Dell, Diane 24,80,81,121,164 Older, Curtis 142,174 Oleszynski, Jon 137, 192 Olive, Terry 112, 183 Omar, M. W..... L 37 Oneil, William 50, 144, 183 Orantham, Stephen Orlandini, Nick 116,164 O ' Rourke, Celia 106 Osborne, David 164 Ostendorf, Lynda 193 Oswald, Jane 39, 193 Otwell, Kendra 104, 183 P Paddock, David 114, 193 Paine, Rod 193 Palm-Leis, Mati 164 Palus, Jennifer 121, 193 Panter, Charlotte 62, 109, 193 Papke, Barbara 174 Papp, Al 112, 134, 174 Parish, Margaret 35, 64, 67, 108, 164 Parkinson, Susan 193 Parmenter, Judith (Mrs.) 174 Parrish, Georgianne 127, 193 Parrott, Patricia 29, 58, 59, 128, 131, 164 Parson, Cheryl 193 Parsons, Lee 126 Paxton, Kinda 108, 193 Patterson, Vince . .114, 124, 128, 183 Payton, Thomas 114, 193 Peel, Terry 43, 58, 89, 116, 132, 162 Perkins, Kathryn 24, 90, 129, 174 Perna, Thomas 27,39,118,119,164 Perry, Bill 133 Peters, Dave 133, 183 Petersen, Martha 131, 193 Peterson, Eric U 133, 174 Peterson, Marilynn ... 28, 39, 124, 174 Peterson, Timothy 77, 119, 164 Pettry, Martha 20, 26, 58, 77, 90, 106, 107,164 Petty, Joe 1 16, 174 Pfeiffer, Richard 116-117,174 Phillips, Richard 124 Phillips, John 193 Phillips, William 193 Pierce, Martha 29, 133, 174 Pierce, Thomas 133, 183 Pinkey, Dake 174 Piscopo, Phillip 114 Pratorius, Chris 173 Pistorius, Chris 193 Poehler, Mary 174 Poelker, Carl .134 Pollockm, Larry 174 Pollockm, Sue 32, 107, 183 Polovina, Davis .39, 134, 193 Porter, Mark. 118, 124, 126, 193 Pounds, Cindy 193 Powell, Pamela 164 Powell, Raymond 134, 193 Praeter, Rita 108 Precht, Mark 174 Price, Edie 107, 193 Price, Jesse J g ° 0t - 138 ' 174 Price, Judith 174 Pride, Eugene 193 Prior, Pete 115, 128, 130, 183 Pyle, Don 143, 193 Pritchett, David ... 175 Prohaska, Dennis 39, 114 Provines, Bonnie 129, 193 Puckett, Susie 22, 59, 77, 90, 104, 105, 183 Q Quade, Ralph 117, 175 Queen, Michael 184 R Ragsdale, Brent 128, 193 Rainey, Betty 39, 62, 102, 103, 175 Ranalletta, John 175 Ranken, Patricia 32, 105, 175 Ransdell, Gary 175 Rapp, Charles 62, 113, 184 Rapp, Vicki 61,77,106,107,184 Reck, Elizabeth 184 Record, Margaret 106, 107, 175 Record, Martha 26,107,151,193 Reed, J 115 Reed, Mary Ann 121, 193 Reese, Jean Kathleen 164 Reid, Susan 107, 175 Reilly, Allyn 58, 65, 124, 128, 164 Reisler, Harold 165 Rekas, Stephen 35, 165 Rex, Laurence 115,165 Reynolds, Gary 19,46,113,121,184 Reynolds, Neila 175 Reynolds, Joseph 184 £3 Rice, Kathleen 193 Richardson, James ...118 Richardson, Ginny .37, 193 Richmond, Kerry 118, 165 Rickleff, Charlotte .19,24,60,61,67 77, 80, 81, 121, 175 Ridgley Jr., Dwight 50, 165 Rigg, Karen 106, 175 Rieber, Joseph ...184 Risko, John ...115, 137 Roberts, Becky ...121, 193 Robinson, Gary 37, 90, 1 18, 175 Robinson, Larry 165 Rocen, Frank ._ 114, 115, 165 Rodgers, David .133, 184 Roesch, Don 24, 175 Rogers, Clifton 134, 184 Ropp, James .165 Roppa, Jim 175 Rose, Randy ; 106 Rosenberg, Mark 113 Rosenthal, David ...184 Rossiter, Patricia 103, 175 Rotz, John 175 Rouse, Richard 115, 193 Rubin, Linda 37, 121, 184 Rudzki, Leo ..... 37, 175 Rullman, Judy 103 Runyan, Mark 113, 193 Russell, James 193 Ryan, Leslie 109, 194 s Saathoff, Steve 117, 134, 165 Sadorf, Carol 32, 121, 194 Sadowski, Henry 133, 194 Saleh, Roger 184 Salimar, A 1 14 Salzman, Allen 40, 143, 194 Sanders, Bruce .89, 117, 184 Santos, Rafael 114,175 Sapper, Dale 116-117 Sayers, Joan 19, 106, 131, 184 Schelter, Michael 194 Schiminski, Bill 175 Schley, Dennis 113, 134, 175 Schmidt, Sandra 107, 175 Schoenhofen, Dale 119, 165 Schopp, Gary 134, 165 Schreiner, Gregory 129, 130, 175, 184 Schroeder, Mary ...184 Schroeder, Patricia 176 Schroeder, Valerie 194 Schuemann, Doublas 113,176 Schwartzbeck, Loretta 184 Scott, Catherine 184 Scott, Joellen 165 Scott, R 40, 134 Seago, Mary 121, 176 Seeds, Nancy 194 Seely, Marsha .67, 165 Seifert, David 20,27,50,114, 133, 176 Seitz, Edgar 113 Selsor, Linda 19, 20, 24, 59, 65, 184 Shaffer, Cary 133, 138, 165 Shaffer, Julie 184 Shaffer, William ... 24, 133, 194 Shaiken, Steven 176 Sharp, Robert 114, 115, 176 Shaughnessy, Mike 1 15, 194 Shaw, Pauline 54,59, 131, 165 Shelter, Mike 128 Short, Mike 128 Short, Tom 184 Shortal, William . ...20, 22, 27, 58, 77, 112, 128, 134, 165 Shriver, Dana 117, 184 Siders, Susan 102, 176 Skidmore, Roe 165 Slagel, Dale 19, 20, 29, 45, 77, 121, 184 Slager, Gary 114, 115, 176 Slatin, David 117, 184 Slezak, Cathleen 39, 194 Smart, Carol 165 Smith, Alfred .124, 126, 176 Smith, Danny 176 Smith, Merry Sue ...61, 107, 151, 194 Smith, Myron .. 50, 176 Smith, Nancy 194 Smith, Paul 133, 184 Smith, Richard 112, 138, 184 Smith, Richard .50, 112, 176 Smith, Robert ...113, 134, 184 Smith, Ron .50, 166 Smith, Sheila .133, 176 Smith, Susan 26, 109, 194 Snider, Lydia 20,77,90, 105, 184 Snow, Judy .194 Snyder, Martha 18, 19, 54, 77, 89, 90, 106, 107, 184 Sohn, Manager .134 Sotos, Steve 176 Spangler, Stephen 77, 89, 118, 119,166 Spaulding, Jan 128, 131, 184 Spielman, Jeff 19, 43, 176 Spottsville, Fred 18, 29, 77, 138, 176 Sprecklen, Jane ...176 Squires, Carol 77,90,102,176 St. John, Sue 26, 103, 175 Stanfill, Elizabeth ._ 29, 132, 166 Stanton, Michael R 194 Stark, Bill 194 Stelle, Jack R. ...194 Stelle, Richard .166 Stein, Frederick Karl 50, 115, 166 Stevens, Craig Stevenson, Gay .39, 185 Stewart, Ronald 19,29, 119, 185 Stiehl, James 116, 143, 194 Stiehl, Robert 124, 125, 130, 176 Stockdale, Onda 108, 133, 194 Stolz, Arthur .37, 137, 176 Stone, Sidney _. 142, 194 Stonesyphyer, John 116, 176 Stormount, Douglas 19, 114, 185 Storms, Sally 20, 131, 176 Stoutenborough, Richard 130 Strieght, Ronald 166 Stuhr, Barbara 105, 194 Sullivan, Linda 185 Sullivan, Wiliam E 166 Sunderik, Albert 185 Sunderlik, Jack 138, 145, 166 Swan, Krifting 134, 194 Swartthout, Steven 144, 186 Swayze, John 176 Swendall, Stanley . 27,37,119,176 Sweigart, Janet 108, 166 Syfert, Larry 194 Szymski, Greg 118 T Talaga, Linda 121, 194 Tanner, Jane 121, 129, 185 Taylor, Cheryl 166 Taylor, Jack 194 Taylor, Jeff 134, 185 Taylor, Jerry 113,194 Taylor, Leah 19, 176 Taylor, Nancy 39,62,107,194 Taylor, Terry 166 Taylor, Zach 166 Teese, Susan ... 28, 59, 166 Tertocha, Jerry 39, 176 Theede, Alfred 116, 185 Theobald, Dale .19,22,28,58,67, 77, 89, 116, 177 Thomason, Mary Ellen ...108, 194 Thompson, Buff ...59,61,105 Thompson, Karen _. 185 Thompson, Mark 114,194 Thompson, Randall 37,118,194 Thompson, Ronald .27, 116, 194 Thomalla, Chris 134 Thorstenson, Loren 117, 134, 195 Tibbott, John 127, 134, 195 Toellen, Mike 185 Tokarski, Don 117, 134 Tomlin, Roger Toscano, James 195 Towell, Lana 166 Townsend, James 114,129,185 Townsend, Silas 54, 121, 128, 130, 195 Traxler, Barb ...106 Trigg, Thomas W. 19, 35, 65, 67, 130, 124, 185 Trotta, Michael 195 Tully, Dale 26, 104, 112 Tufts, Michael 177 Turner, Mary Ann 32, 148, 166 Turner, William 118, 177 Twenty, Jared 112, 195 Toale, Mary ...121 u Underwood, Chuck 134, 195 Upton, William 134, 195 Urban, Kathy 185 V Van Brundt, Nancy 195 Van Keuren, William 115,177 Vanstrom, James 134, 177 Varughese, Thomas 177 Vass, Helen .185 Vaughn, Beth 35, 104, 177 Vice, Preston .113, 185 Vix, Barbara 62, 89, 90, 98, 106, 177 Voigt, Jeff 118 Vorndam, Paul 177 Veide, Sue 32, 104, 148, 167 Vorwald, Sue 105, 167 Vrabel, Charles 167 Vroman, Justine 20, 58, 59, 67, 77, 105 W Wagner, Lynne 128, 131, 167 Walker, David C 50, 124, 167 Walker, Donna 124, 131, 167 Walker, Paul 119, 167 Walker, Robert 124 Walters, Steve 130, 195 Ward, Stephen 39, 143, 177 Warkentin, Phyllis 19, 28, 59, 185 Warren, Joan ...106, 177 Warrick, Peggy 127, 129, 195 Wayne, Cynthia 62, 108, 195 Wayne, Michael 133, 177 Wayne, Michael 45, 167 Weber, Dave .27, 117, 185 Weilepp, James . ..167 Weise, Otto 117, 185 Welch, Danny 134, 137, 195 Welch, Linda .108, 129, 195 237 Wellens, Robert .114, 167 Wessel, Wally 134, 137, 177 West, Russell 113, 177 Westwood, Marta 35,65,102,195 Wbalen, Michael 117, 144, 185 Wheeler, Lynne 20, 58, 77, 10 3, 167 White, Cindy 107, 151, 195 White, Kathleen 20,32,77,106, 107, 148, 177 Whitehead, Steve 119,195 Whitmore, Eugene 185 Whitmore, Scott 40 Wieland, Daniel 128, 130, 185 Wierenga, Dale 45, 114, 177 Wiley, John 195 Wilhelm, George — 117 Willcox, George 115, 177 Willert, Craig 133, 195 Williams, Fabienne — . 195 Williams, Herman 121,195 Williamson, Margaret ...39, 59, 107, 185 Wilson, Melvin 185 Wilson, Ronald 167 Wilson, Trend 19, 103, 185 Winkler, Mary Carol 121, 195 Winn, Kris 18, 22, 77, 103, 177 Wire, Lavonne 28, 59, 121, 185 Wisbrock, Monte .124, 126, 130, 177 Withers, Judy ...108 Witters, Gregory 40, 45, 46, 133, 177 Wittlinger, Ellen .19, 24, 59, 133, 185 Wohlrab, Eric 133, 134, 195 Wojtanowski, Walter 167 Wolford, Robert 50, 144, 185 Woods, William 115, 129 Woods, Sonja 167 Workman, James 167 Wortham, Elmer 185 Wright, James .50, 177 Wrigley, Michael . 50,58, 167 Wunderlich, Edward 24, 177 Wyne, Tom 46, 167 Y Yeager, Judy .185 Yontz, Cynthia 151, 195 Yurieci, Charles 58, 134, 167 z Zaruba, Barb 20, 37, 59, 77, 90, 105, 185 Zaruba, Bob 119, 195 Zimmerman, Ganne 37, 39, 43, 103, 195 Zimmerman, Mark 40, 121, 177 Zimmerman, Parker ...113 Zucco, Mary 177 Organization Index Adult Residence Hall Directors .... 29 Alpha Epsilon Delta 45 Apha Chi Omega 102, 103 Alpha Kappa Psi 50 Alpha Omega 40 Cheerleaders 146, 147 Circle K Club .133 Conant Society 35 Decaturian 64, 65 Delta Delta Delta 104, 105 Delta Sigma Phi 112, 113 French Club 39 Independent Student Association 120-122 Inter-Dorm Council 24 Inter-Fraternity Council 26-27 Jazz Lab Band 126 Judicial Board 20 Junior Panhellenic Council 26 Kappa Sigma 114, 115 Millidek 60,63 Millikin Orchestra 127 Millikin Pals _ 133 Millikin University Band 124, 125 Millikin University Choir 128 Millikin Universty Chorus 129 Mllikin University Ensemble 128 Music Educator ' s National Conference 54 National Collegiate Players 43 Panhellenic Council 26, 27 Phi Kappa Phi 58 Phi Mu Alpha 59 Pi Beta Phi 106, 107 Pi Delta Upsilon 59 Pi Kappa Delta 43 Pi Mu Theta 59 Pledge Inter-Fraternity Council .... 27 Pom Pon Squad .151 Publications Board 67 Religious Life Committee 28 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 116,117 Sigma Alpha lota 131 Sigma Zeta 46 Spanish Club 39 Student Admissions Corps 20 Student 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