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Decatur, Illinois o2522 Good Times Gone By MILLI KIN UNIVERSITY 1975-1976 TABLE OF CONTENTS CLASSES ACTIVITIES a GREEKS 11 ORGANIZATIONS 14 SPORTS 19 FACULTY 22 ADVERTISEMENTS INDEX 2 rnlroductlon Introduction 3 4 Introduction Introduction 5 6 Introduction Meeting new and exciting people, mal ing last- ing friendships, and learning about people in general are experiences to be treasured and to grow from. Attending college is a once in a life time experience and should be enjoyed to its fullest. Introduction 7 8 Introduction Each Homecoming means the opportunity for alums to come bacl to De- catur for a weel end to reminisce. Traditional l inds of activities all contrib- uted to the theme, " Spirit Alive in 75. " Participation in homecoming games, trivia bowl, creating house decs, and a packed stands for the Milli- kin victory over Wesleyan proved that Millikin students are still able to pro- vide a spirited and entertaining weekend of remembering. the GOOD TIMES GONE BY. 10 Introdur.tlon Introduction 1 1 12 Introdi ctiori Walking hand in hand, sitting with a group of l ids or sitting quietly alone, beautiful campus scenes, and a squirrel are all part of the fDemories of Millikin and GOOD TIMES GONE BY. 14 IntrorJijctlon Introduction 1 5 " Sometimes I can laugh and cry and I can ' t remember why, But I still love those good times gone by Hold onto them close or let them go " James Taylor students 17 B SENIORS Robert C. Mulverhill Decatur, III. Business Administration Thomas M. Nobis Quincy, III. Marketing Mark Kevin Noyes Hillsboro, III. Accounting Donell Nurnberger Decatur, III. Elementary Education Tersa Ann Oakes Maroa, III. Mathematics Kathleen O ' Donnell Western Springs, III. English Ann Clarinda Olsen Hinsdale, III. Psychology Cathy Oppei man East Alton, III. Biology igene PI , III. El ' Puerto R Jodie P. Zank Crystal Lake, III. Psychology Mary Zarr Lake Zurich Physical Education Debra Zimmerman Decatur, III. Chemistry Russell Edwards Debbie Emig Susie Etherton Christie Lynn Etiing Mattoon, Illinois Gibson City, Illinois Belleville, Illinois Dm.- Roberta A. Isles Decatur, Illinois 1 m 1 I ■■■ Cynthia M. Meyer Lincoln, Illinois Tawnie Lou Moma Blue Mound, lllinoil rbara Bishop wood, Illinois David Bova Homewood, Illinois Stephen Joseph Boyer Waterloo, Belgium Michael Bratos Chicago, Illinois FRESHMEN Dennis L. Banter Decatur, Illinois FRESHMEN Moving In ' s A Chore Dragging eighty-pound trunks and suitcases upstairs, talking plants into adjusting to a new climate, and sorting through mounds of cardboard car- tons were the primary occupations as Millikin students moved in and the campus came back to life. The first few days back were disorganized and confusing, but coming back to see friends again after a long summer and to meet new people was a definate fringe benefit that made the move much easier. 1 " I can ' t believe I brought the WHOLE thing ■■ 2 Emy Rundiks. with a little help from some friends. 3 The Big Move. Moving In 83 Saturday Night Dance Highlights Freshman Camp Freshman Camp is a weekend immediately before classes start in the fall when freshmen and upper class counselors go to Allerton Park, which is near Champaign, and get to know everybody. Freshman camp is a time where questions are answered, people are met, and a time to have fun. Dis- cussion groups, tug of war, pyramids, relays, water fights, a dance and soft- ball are all part of the exciting weekend. Tours of Allerton Park, a religious service, and games highlight Sunday. Then for dinner on sunday night the freshmen are invited to President Miller ' s. 1 No Elaine, we counselors . THEY freshman " 2 Tatoo makes its mark at the dance 3 Don Hart- man and Jane Reif, General Co-chairman for 1975 ' s Freshman Camp. 4 Questions asked and answered during a discussion group. 5 1975 Freshman Camp counselors: Front row (kneeling)-F. Saurmann J Klinefelter, D. Hartman, J Reif. Second row-P Rit- tof, J Harris, E. Comerota, J Allison, B IWeekins M Fitzgerald. L. Powell, H l cClintock, C. Johansen S Stevens, M. Strine, K Jacobs, S Dewalt b ' Thomas, B. Chamberlain. Third row-J Martin A Ward, N Kristufek, R. Davis, B. Fraggos D Wil- liams, D Benjamin, A. Reif, B. Harth, J Ctiambers C. Hubert, K. IVIcClugage, C. Opperman, D. Tiffin d ' Kirhofer. J Jones, K. Gibbs, D. Hight, J Cooley ' L Flentje, C Olson, J Arnold, M Hillegonds Fourth row-l . Kuhnke, T Peterson, D. Dubravec N Saw- rey, S Schrader, M. Gazzola, J Hesch N Peters T Drake, T. Lockman, B Pflaum, C. Sablich J Lack- inger, G. Bnhacek, C. Fritsch, Rottman R Mas- sow, B. Frodin, D. McNeely, D Larson Back row (on shoulders)-S. Slater, L Heneghan, R Chamber- lain, M. IWIcDougal, A. Cover. 6. " We have to stop meeting like this " . 7 President Miller . the Big Man on campus. Freshman Camp 85 1. " Why isn ' t anyone getting on our bus? " 2 " Gel off my backl " 3- " I want to hold your hand. " 4. Slugger Stevens goes to bat. 5 No one escapes the water fight! 86 Freshman Camp Freshman Camp 87 " Bee Alive " Theme For Fall Weekend On a sunny Saturday during the fall Milllkin students got a chance to at least coerce a good dinner out of Mom and Dad, as Parent ' s Day passed again with the usual football game, little brothers crawling all over the place, and warm greetings with a pleasant way to spend and autumn afternoon. 88 Parent s Weekend 1. Mauria Fitzgerald, Chairman of the 1975 Parent ' s Weekend, addresses the crowd, as Dean Givens looks on. 2. Now ifs the bee ' s turn to say " Buzz off " 3 Halftime confusion 4 Vibe solo by senior Joe Wolfe. 5. Charissa Thorpe performs with the marching band. Parent ' s Weekend " Spirit Alive In ' 75 " Theme For Homecoming Each Homecoming means the opportunity for alums to come back to Decatur for a weekend to reminisce. Traditional kinds of activities all con- tributed to the theme, " Spirit Alive In 75. " Parti- cipation in homecoming games and trivia bowl creating house decs, and a packed stands for the Milhkin victory over Wesleyan proved that Millikin students are still able to provide a spir- ited weekend. I 90 fiomecoming 1. Homecoming Committee: Front row-C. Etiing, J. Claudon, M. McDougal, J. IVIartin, L. Soloman, S. Dral e, U. Quick. Row 2-M. Connelly. J. Allison, E. Hill, E. Comerota, J. Klinefelter, S. Stevens, P. Grauf. Back row— G. Curtis, M. Leffelman, J. Coolley, J. Friday, L. Wtiite, M. Strine. 2. Millikin ' s 1975 Homecoming Queen candidates: Mary McDougal. Pi Beta Ptii; Cattiy Opperman, Blackburn Hall; Joy Claudon, Alptia Ctii Omega; Jane Reif, Delta Delta Delta; Louise Middendorf, Zeta Tau Alpha. 3. Dody Landgren tops off ttie Pi Phi pyramid. 4. " If you fart now, I ' ll kill you! " 5. Millikin ' s 1975 Homecoming Queen, Cathy Opperman. 6. " My fellow Americans " . Bill Hayes entertains at the Friday night Homecoming show. 7. SAE ' s sound off at the talent show. 92 Homacomlng Homecoming 93 Christmas Cookie Party Highlights Holiday Fun We got a white Christmas this time, that ' s for sure! Helping out the snow to keep us in the spirit were, for example, the Millikin Dames Christmas Party and a serenade by faculty members. And, of course, our holiday moods were lightened considerably as we looked forward to being done with FINALS and going home to our families to await the coming of Santa Claus. 94 Christmas Christmas 95 Winter Term Classes Fun The break in between semesters can be extremely " relaxing " , say students wtio stay In Decatur for Winter Term. However, on campus courses such as a simulation of the UN Security Council and a study of Depression-era glass- ware augmented the usual trips and In- dependent projects to make an Inter- esting month. Such trips were taken as " Nautical History and Sailing in the Ba- hamas, " studying the European culture while traveling in Europe, and taking It easy in Jamaica. 96 Winter Term 1. Molly O ' Hara patching Ben ' s britches in her embroidery class. 2. All the kings horses and all the kings men, couldn ' t put it back together again. 3 " Dark handsome stranger, my eye. " 4 Now how much do you think that " A " ' will cost? 5. Some guys have trouble getting one dale. Winter Term 97 ' fee:. Campus Chest Earns $1800 Good purposes are great for making one ' s morale raise, and doing something for other people in the point of campus chest. The whole week includes friendly competition in talent show, beauty and beast contest, a swim meet, and fund drive, but the whole goal is to help out people less fortunate than ourselves. Patty Grauf was beauty and John Steinkamp was beast. Delta Delta Delta were the overall winners. 98 CampiJB Chest Campus Chest 99 Campus Chest 101 Tribute To Billie Holiday Highlights Black Emphasis An important part of this campus comes from the many contnbutions of Millikin ' s black students. Black emphasis week is a time when the whole campus gets the opportunity to glimpse the significance of our black students at Millikin. Activities included a fun night at the gym movies, discussions, music presentations, a tribute to Billie Holiday and the week came to a close on Saturday night with a formal. 102 Block Emphasis .Black Emphasis 103 Residence Hall Sponsors Spring Day The Residence Hall council sponsored many activities throughout the school year. A Halloween and Christmas party in the fall se- mester and a Valentine ' s party and Spring Day in May were held the spring semester. Activities included a dance, watermelon races, games, a picnic and a band that night. 104 RHC RHC 105 University Programs Part of the advantage of a University is its scope and diversity. Outside the classroom, University Pro- gram series add another dimension to the things we learn. Faculty Forum, th e Religious Life Series, Con- cert series, and various musical programs are of- fered for the students as a benefit to their education. 106 Urilvarslty Programs University Programs 107 Band, Orchestra, and Choir Present Concerts 108 University Concerts Jniversity Concerts 109 Millikin ' s Showcase Theatre Presents 1776 Theatre 111 Alpha Chi Omega Victorious In Football 1. Front Row-B. Shabaz, M. Moore, B. Bishop, M. Connelly, A. Koch, K. Jacobs, K. Mulholland. 2ncl Row-R. Patzelt, J. Harris, R. Carlyle, R Longbons, P. McNeely K Black P Stone ' ' ' ' ner Standing-J.Votanek.C. Good, M. Wolken, A. Vaughn, T. Larimer, A. Ekblaum, J. Claudon, D. Hagerbaumer, A. Bucher, S, Stevens, J. Moore Ladder- M Strine E Com- merato. M. Megginson, P. Grauf, G. Oberto, J. Quick, J. Cooley, J. Zank, S. Berning. down ladder-K. Littrell, D Hubbell, J. Barno, P. Thomas 2. Having fun in Fairview Park 3 Patty Graut and Julia Quick are excited about rush. 4. Members of the band entertain during a rush party. i Alpha Chi Omega 117 Delta Delta Delta Rushes Ahead With Spirit rrSlnHii r ?A rPln " " " ' ?, ISu " ' ! ' ' Golterman, S. Boroian, P Buck, L. Gazzola. 2nd Row-S. Cummins, J. Peters, J Martin, P. Rueckert, K, O Donnell, S. Edwards J r Th ? c o " ? ° J.Rentschler, S. IVIarkou, L. Stewart, B. Fraggos. 4th Row-K. Burke, D. Williams, D. Free, P. Soukup, S Mithcell, P. Watson, V, Glasscock C. Thorpe. 5th Row-S. Slater, S. Hippler, T. Wilmeth, T. Guinney, D. Emig, C. Hancock, J. Thomas, H. Heinz, G. Leinhop, L. White, K. Christensen. Standing-D Taylor R Davis K r= l°t v ' n®1° " ' -,S? ' ' ' ' ; o Weinrich, J. Geissert, D. Hinck, J. Glover, G. Edwards, K. Ritter, M Aavik, E. Rundiks, D. Haake, J. Larkin, 8 Burnett, A. Sawrey D Harrison ' c ' to th f° " t ' th J Ei-nst. 2. Heidi Heinz and Debbie Harrison are ready for rush! 3. Meta Aavik enjoys talking with a new student at freshman camp. 4. The DDD ' s try their best Delta Delta Delta Pi Beta Phi Plays Football With Energy 1. FrontRow: K.Russell. 2ndRow-P. Wilson, S.Smith, J. Hochreim.T.Crouch. 3rd Row-J.Chambers,R.Janas,N.Ogg,L. Hess. 4th Rom-C Williams C Nyberg L Griebel K Winberg, C. Danly, J. Jones, S. Mavis. 5th Row: J. Lorenzen, L. Suesse, D. Beal, IM. Kristufek, L. Solomon, V. Lee, S. Upham.6th Row-L. Heneghan, M McDonald M Gaden S Drake, S. Ogilvie, G. Mrugacz, J. Smetts. 7th Row-D. Tiffin, K. Mrowiec, R. Schonewers, D. Pettyjohn, S. Domeseik, K. Brown, V. Bnlley. 8th Row C Summers C Cahill R Stevens, D. Fmet, M. McDougal. Standing; L. Ross, D. Hoots, K. Sanders, S. Stroink, M. Leffelman, J. Klinefelter, K. McClugage, J. Taylor. 2. Sue Smith entertains during a rush skit. J. Who will be the winners of the powderpuff football game? 4. Everybody ' s glad to be back at school. Pi Beta Phi 121 Zeta Tau Alpha Enjoys Bicentennial Year Zeta Tau Alpha 123 I 2 ' Women ' s Rush Women ' s Rush 125 Panhellenic Panhellenic is composed of three members of each house. Panhellenic sets up the schedule for formal rush and the rules that are followed. The groups main achievement of the year was to be chosen as the Number 1 Panhellenic for small schools. 1, Members are FRONT: Regina Davis. Kathy Russell. Louise MIddendorft, Becky Chamberlain. Jeanlne Harris, Molly O ' Hara. BACK; Carol Zleike, Ann Cover, Jodie Klinefelter, Jan Coolley, Denlse HInck. and Kathy LIttrell 2 Lynn Solomon. Nancy Kristufek, and Lisa Olsen await a meeting 1 26 Panhellenic Inter-Fraternity Council The IFC is composed of members elected by each Greek frater- nity. The main function of the Inter-Fraternity Council is to coordi- nate campus-fraternity policy with special attention to Rush, Greek men ' s intramurals; and to mediate interfraternal disputes! The All-Greek Conference and the IFC swimmeet highlight its year. IFC 127 Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Sigma Phi Little Sisters 1?B Little Sl8ter9 Kappa Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha Little Sisters 1. Kappa Sigma Little Sisters are FRONT ROW; S. White D, Haggerbaumer, C. Irwin. C. Hargitt, J. Hurrelbrink d ' Funk, J, Rattislag, C. Carroll, SECOND ROW: T Boehm A. Day, E. Comerota, J. Zank, A Mullins, S, Stevens p ' Bissey, B. Long, THIRD ROW: A, Northrup D Williams S, Bororian, C. Danly, D, Dolejs, C. Mines, C Plotz, g ' Mrugacz. C Freeze, N Morasso. BACK ROW: S. Upham D. Finet, J, Jones, N Ogg, C. Opperman, C, Nyberg g ' McMillan, S. Domesick, F. Coduti. L. White 2 Little Sis- ters of Phi Mu Alpha are FRONT ROW: S, Etherton S Kraus, S, Berning, S. Bororian, SECOND ROW: K.Jacobs, S Baysinger, S.Brown, A. Bucher, D.Petras BACK ROW- M Reichart. S. Miner, A. Day, B, Chamberlain, and S Tichenor. Little Sisters 129 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Kappa Epsilon Little Sisters 1. Little Sisters of Sigma Alpha Epsilon are: front row— L. Solomon. M Strine. K Epperson, D- Hoots, C. Summers, second row— S. Drake, S Slater, C. Sctiwarze, L, Olsen. D. Hincl Last row— A Reif, D. Benjamin, S, Milne, M Connelly, A. Kocti. 2. Sweet- hearts of Tau Kappa Epsilon are: front row— L, Rei- ger, M, O ' Hara, J, Thomas, J Quick, P. Rueckert, J. Klinefelter, J. Harris last row- K. Barry, D, Emig, S. ti litchell, B. Lymann, S. Burnett. K. Ritter, K, Young, KiU Little Sisters (1 Vf v» Greek Week Greek Week is a Millikin tradition, a time planned to allow Greek students to work together, enjoy them- selves, and express their pride in belonging to their Greek organizations. Every year, participation in the week makes one responsible for talent show, fund drive, Greek games, and more. It all just shows— Greeks like being Greek and are proud of it. John Lukens was named Greek God, and Suzy Stevens was named Greek Goddess. Overall winners were Alpha Chi Omega and Tau Kappa Epsilon. 1 . Greek God candidates were Bob Lockhart, Doug Broederdorf. Mike Estes, John Lukens and Basil Bakakos. 2. Greek Goddess candidates were Denise Benjamin Suzy Stevens Lisa Heneghan, and Holly McClinlock. 3. Greek God and Goddess John Lukens and Suzy Stevens. Greek Week 131 Greek Week 133 Alpha Tau Omega Prospers In Its First Full Year r members are: front row-M. Cieplik, T. Jeude, P, Rudd, K. Graves, C. lacovelli. second row-B. Wafkins, Johanson, S. Hanson. B. Franklin B Harvey J Floren third row-E Okerblud, R. Bergman, C. Kuldell. S. Rodeffer, B. Buck, fourth row-S. Flora, J. Lukens, T. Cox, R. Harvill, D. Fitzgerald, B. Monti, fifth row-F. Suria. B. Mulligan M Yates M Walsh M Brymer, K. Wilson, sixth row-M. Briggs, C. Galas, J. Kapovich, B. Zimmerman, B. Williams, L. Owens, back row-M. Allison, J. Havener, J. Powell, R, Green D Sullivan 2 Will the ATOs win the football game? 3. Paula Buck and Rich Green enjoy freshman camp. 4. The intense concentration during trivia bowl. Alpha Tau Omega 137 r I - - i r. Delta Sigma Phi Has Interesting Year Delta Sigma Phi 139 Kappa Sigma Has Excellent Year 1. First row: B. Pflaum, L. Grimm, R. Sager, C. Hubert, B. Harth, D. Hartman, Brutis. Second row: M. Estes, R, Harding, B. Cavanaugh, D Reuter D Delatie J Goodwin Ttiird row L Kruizenga, C. Steele, R. Plotz, A. Colby, P. Wayne, M. Klein, J. Trofimuk, R. Green, A. Haber, J. Allison, C. Fritsch. Back row: R. Kowalski, D Cooling, G. Frazelle, G Curtis B Frodin j ' Cnoules, J. Gifford, B. Toter. 2. Bob Cavanaugh records his teammates ' times. 3. Randy Massow waits for the freshmen to board the bus for Freshman Camo 4 Mike Hilleaonds and Randy Massow join in the water fight at Freshman Camp. Kappa Sigma 141 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Helps Freshmen Move In 1. members are: front row— J. Arnold, T. Husar, M. Day, S. Cooper, second row— D. Sweeny, T, Connely, T. Roth, J. Perrings, S. Parmele. ttiird row— J. Wasp, D. McNeely, D. Might, K. Gibbs, R. Edwards, fourth row— J. Zimmerman, J. Chiaffredo, T. McClallen, T. H lcCarthy. fifth row— G. Brichacek, P. Knobloch. M. Rottman, R. Gihicrest, D. Kirhofer. sixth row-G. Brichacel , P. Piplani. seventh rowt— B. |Husar, J. Fetter, D. Mazdren. eighth row-S. Nelson, T. Beckett, S. Ferguson, ninth row-L. Tucker, M. Gordy, S. Harres. 2. Doug Kirhoffer cheers his team on at freStlffian camp. -3. Everyone attends the trivia bowl! 4. John Zimmerman moves in for another exciti ng year! Sigma Alpha Epsilon 143 Tau Kappa Epsilon Wins Homecoming Overall Trophy 1. Members are: front row— D. Bova, S. Kaminski, B. Beck, second row— B. Gessert, W. Halbrook, J. Harris, J. Nyvall. third row— M Rostenkowski, M. Mueller, M. Hayek, B. Novak, R. Jones D. DuBravec, K. McGreevey, L. Wathan . fourth row— M. Dudney, G. Allaben, M. McCostlin, S. Kaminski, G. Stoltz, E. Bakakos, D. Barrnet, B. Bakakos fifth row— P Rittof, T. Tansey, S. Bollman, D. McCormick, M. Frier, F. Sauermann. A. Buck, J. Lundorf, M. Placey, M. Sands, T. Ginter. standing— G. Parson, H. Deneke, D Blair, R. Mardock, B Cope, M. McCracken, J.R. Jones, M. Kuhnke, P. Herren. R. Conner , J.J. Jones, last row— D. Brown, S. Atchison, M. Lyeria, G. Guichard, M. Hartmann. 2. The Tekes on parade! 3. Basil Bakakos tries hard to win the homecoming games. 4. The proud winners of homecoming 1975. Tau Kappa Epsilon 145 146 Organizations U.C. Board From the cafeteria to Kirkland Back- stage, the University Center Board was busy all year sponsoring exciting events. Dances, entertainers and the Coffee House were only three of the types of activities sponsored. On all of those nights when the muchies struck so hard, there was pizza and taffy ap- ples, hot chocolate and brownies. Alto- gether, it was a very eventful and suc- cessful year. 1. President Cathy Opperman conducts a typical meeting. 2. Front row: Don Hartman, Teres Herbert. Steve Herbert, Ctieryl Carroll. Back row: Donna Kinsley, Melissa Reichart, Dick Bailey, Cathy Opperman, Lisa Ganschinietz, Bill Beal, Kemi Curry, Jim Poynter, Dave Barnett, Tracy Simpson U.C Board 147 Student Senate Has Active Year Senate is composed of representatives from each housing unit and students who were elected by the student body at large. Among Senate ' s many jobs it votes on legislation matters concerning hours, parking, and whether or not to appropriate money to groups that come to Sen- ate. Senate also is responsible for electing Homecoming co-chairmen, senior class presi- dent, Parent ' s day chairman, and students to serve on the various committees on campus. 148 Student Senate 1 Senators vote by secret ballot regarding appropriating money 2 Members are, FRONT ROW: B Long, R Gil- crest, B. Watkins, B. Holloway, R. Core, G Hetti SEC- OND ROW: L Powell, B. Elliot, K. Young, J Harris J Quick. THIRD ROW: L. Olson, C. Krell, B. Steinkamp D. Williams, B. Fraggos, R. Massow. BACK ROW B Mee- kins, B. Guiler, C. Sablich, T. McCarthy, D. Funk, T. Drake, J Friday, K Jacobs, N Sawrey, M Kuhnke, K. Claus, D. Finet, S. Olgilvie 3. Senators listen and decide on their vote 4, President, Mark Kutinke addresses the senators. 5. B. Elliot wishes to be recognized by the President. Student Senate 149 Residence Hall Council The Residence Hall Council is composed of representatives from each auxiliary house are also included. The main function of the RHC , „. , oL.„o A r ur n, i s to o ro 3 n 1 ze a n e n CO u r aoe ac 1 1 vs pa rt 1 c i p 3 " 1. Members are: Chet Walker, Glen Richmann, Shelly Benson, Judy Reyes. Donna Jackson, Andy Donahue, Dean Petty, Gail Plassman, „ i tarH rrr, o tiwitiao and Sandra Bonilla Absent were Mike Meyerkord, Steve Melton, and Bill Beal llOn in inieraorm aCTIVilies. 150 Resldonr.R Hall Council Resident Assistants The residence halls are supervised overall by the Head Resi- dent Assistants. Each floor has its own RA who helps get people settled in at the beginning of each semester. The Head RA coordinates policy between the floors and other dorms. 1. Dorm residents enjoy a Christmas party sponsored by the RA ' s. 2. RA ' S are: FRONT ROW: D. Holmes, S. Tate, C. Locl man, J Farley, N. Beavan A Kramer SECOND ROW D Bai ey, H. Shumaker, P. Thomas, R. Seals, A. Hartweg, D. Jennings, W. Durrett, B. Guiler, M. Quilhott, C. Weidemann. BACK ROW: J. Friday, T. Sparl s.b Jones Absent were D Field K. Leake, J. Wright, B. Steinkamp, J. Patrisso, D. Stri cklin, S. Lindsay, D. Cavanaugh. ownes. husbiii were u. t-ieia. resident Assistants 151 Publications Board Publications Board is compiled of the editors, business managers and the faculty advisor of each of the university ' s publications. It is the responsibility of Pub Board to rev ew the petitions and choose the editors and business managers. Pub Board also has to approve the publications financial report at each month ' s meeting. 1 Members discuss WJMU ' s (inancial report 2 Members are seated Mollie Frwer. Tom Drake, Jane Relf, Dr Stacy Myers, Cindy Schwarze, Dawn Funk, Dayna Finet. STANDING: Meeklns, Jim Causey, Jennifer Friday, Diane Williams, Fred Saurman, Dr Brian Mihm 152 Publications Board Convocations Convocations Committee is made up of students and faculty. The committee is responsible for sponsoring programs of cultural interest. The committee tries to bring programs that will please both the majority and minority groups. Convocations receives its money from a portion of the student activity fee, from profits on shows, and from university donations. Novella Nelson, g ers are front row: Nancy Kristufek, Jean Smets, Dan McMaster, Martha Smith, Donna Jackson and an actmg company were two of the shows back row; Vicki Lee, Lisa Heneghan, Linda Flentje. Dave Badger, Denise Hinck, Mary Lauerman, Becky presented this year. Chamberlain Convocations 1 53 Forgotten Poem I composed a poem to you one night ; ■i in my fiead i before sleep j reciting it over and over to myself I memorizing my thoughts of you. Collage Enlargens Issue It rests somewhere in time a night poem. Lost among the sheets waiting to be found or crumpled up and tossed away forever. Collage is a collection of creative works submitted by the stu- dents and faculty of Millikin each semester. Included within its pages are photographs, pen and ink drawings, poetry, short fiction, one-act plays, book, movie, and record reviews, and informal essays. This year Collage has increased its number of pages in each issue and has had more copies available to the students and faculty. MollieFreier is the editor of the collec- tion of creative works. -A. Skorstad 1 Front row Jeff Jones, Mollie Freier Back row Jim Causey, Gayle Mllligan. Dr Guillory— Faculty Adviser 154 Collage Decaturian Millikin news buffs got a surprise in Jan- uary as the DECATURIAN turned over a new leaf. Editors Dayna Finet and Dawn Funk began operation by a change in for- mat a nd content. Besides a new style of layout the paper is now printed on actual newsprint. Business manager is Cindy Schwarze and Steve Wittmer was editor for the first semester. 1. Editors Dawn Funk and Dayna Finet. 2. On the DECATURIAN staff are FRONT ROW: John Fetter, Jim Poyner, Brian Noe, E E. Evenson. BACK ROW: Cindy Schwarze, Dawn Funk, Jim Causey, and Dayna Finet. Decaturian 155 " Good Times Gone By " Theme of 1976 Millidek Setting up groups, catching people at that perfect moment, laying out, cropping, writing, all this and much more is involved in putting together the Millidek . Many people and many hours are used to make our yearbook memo- rable and enjoyable. From class and faculty pictures to sports, from Greeks to organizations and activities, and those candid pictures that happen to be snapped at just the right time, the Millidek yearbook is a meaningful [ PJ ? .everything that goes on at Millikin University. we, Millidek Millidek 157 1 Bob Craig, student engineer, demonstrates the art of giving a show 2 Station manager, Fred Saurman, checking out last minute details for WJMU programming. 3. FRONT ROW: Paula Buck. Fred Saurman SECOND ROW Bob Craig. Joe Delatte. Ivlelody Wenz, Lisa Ganschinietz, Jay Hartman, John Choules, Mike Sands, Russell Halbrook. BACK ROW: Jim Bos, Stephanie lularkou, Dave Harpstrite, Dave Dragoo, Ross Logan, John Hesch, Sue Cannon, fi lark Ridlen. Student Education Association student Education Association pro- vides education majors at Millikin with a valuable aide to jobs, current trends in education, and ideas from other education people. Principals, and many other people have come to SEA to speak. Student Education Associa- tion meets on Monday nights at 6:30. Such movies as " Ciphor In The Snow " have been shown. Angle Ward is presi- dent of the club. 1 . Mike Powers and Amy Bucher observe teaching techniques. 2. President Angie Ward works hard to organize events. 3. Members are ' Amy Bucher Mike Powers Anoie Ward Karen Isaacs, Julie Hook, Amy Clark, and Cindy Pool. ■ a . student Education Association 1 59 Theatre: Fifty Years Of Musical Theatre 160 Thoatre Theatre 161 For Soul Only The purpose of For Soul Only is to enrich black culture on Millikin ' s campus as well as the town of Decatur. Some of FSO ' s functions are to provide voluntary services to the community, be a minority cultural center for Millikin, and sponsor an annual Kwanza Festival in October, which is a thanksgiving type celebration including a dance and fash- ion show with parents invited. Also held annually is a Black History Week in February, a tribute to Rev. Dr. Martin Lu- ther King, Jr. in January, and a Black Empahsis Week in March. FSO has regular business meetings once a week and provides activities throughout the week for members. 1 A Granger, D Feilds, P, Wilson 2, Front Row-L, James. D, Hampton. L, Booker, J, Hudson, R, Carter, D Fields, D,J, Brown, P, Brady, H, Hudson, A. Granger. P Encarnacion, J. Washington, 2nd-R Smoot, M. Dear, J, Harris. D, Miller, C. Jackson, D McDonald, K. BeTeet, Standing-G, Griftin, M. Dear. V. Johnican, B. Guiler. 1H2 For Soul Only II Alpha Kappa Psi Business majors join Alplia Kappa Psi in order to find a common ground for learning with other majors. The fra- ternity sponsors speakers, talks about the business world, and conducts a used book sale at the beginning of each semester. 1. Janet Moore, Tom Powers, Dan Greenman, and Carletta Kunz discuss the next meeting. 2. Members are FRONT ROW: Dan Greenman, Lisa Olsen, Lynn Solomon Jerry Kincaid SECOND ROW: Jane Rtioads, Karen Dunlap, Janet Moore, Lisa Heneghan, Nancy Kristufel , Carletta Kunz. BACK ROW: Rictiard Frey, Gary Moore, Gerald Douglass Jr., Jotin Lack- inger, Ray Hoppenrath, and Tom Powers. Alptia Kappa Psi 1 63 WHO ' S WHO 1 . FRONT ROW: P Rittof, M Ku nke. D Holmes, J, Lukens, N. Peters. T. Connelly SECOND ROW: R. Davis, J, Werner, S, Boroian, J. Quick, L. Hess, G Heth, J, Coolley, T Lockman, L. Flentje, K. Claus. BACK ROW: D. Shelton, A, Ward, A. Cover. J. Dunnan. S. Etinerton. C, Etiing. P, Germano, D. Hinck, C. Fritsch, D, Finet, D, Hartman, P. Germano. Susan Rae Borian James Robert Causey Cattierine Marie Claus Timothy Patrick Connelly Jan Coolley Kathryn Ann Cover Regina L Davis Sheila Kim Domescik James Wallace Dunnan Susan Dianne Etherton Christie Lynn Etiing Dayna Louise Finet Linda Lorraine Flentje Mary Patricia Freier William Benjamin Franklin Curt Robert Fritsch Paul Arthur Germano Donald James Hartman Lisa C Hess Georgia Kay Heth Denise Suzanne Hinck Daniel Eugene Holmes Martha Ann Hunt Nancy Ann Kristufek Charles Thomas Lockman John Richard Lukens Michael John Polyack Julia Ann Quick Paul Raymond Rittof Deborah Bell Shelton Angela Ruth Ward Jay Steven Werner 16 ' t Who ' s Who ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Schuyler Anderson Scott Magnuson Karen Baumgarten Joan Martin Robert Cavanaugh Paul Muht John Cerny Nick Peters Alan Colby Paul Potter Patricia Elliott Carol Ramsey William Franklin David Reuter David Hagan Mark Ridlen James Harres Donald Sheller Kevin Harrington Steve Soppet Thomas Herriges Geoffrey Spears David Herzpn David Stricklin Thomas Husar Cliff SvKanson Brian Johnson David Svneeney Randy Kowalski James Thommes Kenneth Kraudel Todd Tnmbie Mark Kuhnke Brian Watkins Phillip Logsdon Charles Watkins Barbara Lund SIGMA ZETA Schuyler Anderson Kathy Korbet Karen Baumgarten Phil Logsdon Lynette Bork Barb Lund r dit; i iaus Margaret Lyons Ml ouiuy Joan Martin Michelle Connelly Charles McDonald nap 1 1 ueuft Louise Middendorf Sue Dewait Jo Ellen Moore Christie Etiing □ oil! h Jl I iK 1- raui Munr Karen Evans Teresa Oakes Linda Flentje Cathy Opperman Bill Franklin Mike Powers Gary Frazelle Julia Quick Alan Girad Carol Ramsay Patty Grauf Mark Ridlen Jim Harres Steve Rodeffer Kevin Harrington s Don Sheller Garrett Herzon Sid Smith Gail Hummel Steve Soppet Tom Husar Peggy Soukup Karen Jamison Geoffrey Spears Rhonda Koldehoff David Sv eeney Charissa Thorpe PHI KAPPA PHI Arvid Adell Ralph Allan Jack Allan William Anderson Neil Baird Denny R. Benner Maurice W. Boatman William Bodamer Stephen C. Dodge William Ferris Richard E. Ferry Jack W. Gaston David Glasscock Ronald Gregory Henry F. Gromoll Richard D. Hoffland Norman Jensen Marvin Klaven Williams Kreuger Wayne W. KrovKS Kenneth D. LaRowe William Levels Robert Mardock David Marshall Robert Mclntire J- Roger Miller Jean Northrup James R.G. Olson Richard C. Paine Margaret Peterson J. Graham Provan Theodore Ripper Donald Rocke Patricia Sandoval Lester Shell Ronald Shelton Wesley Snyder Russell Tiede Carl Weatherbee William L. Williams W. Edward Wing David Badger Barbara Bell Susan Berning Annette Binkiey Robert Cavanaugh Joy Claudon Alan Colby Janice Davies Jeanne Douglas Richard Frey David Galassi Ann Hartweg Lisa Heneghan David Hight Jeffrey Hintz Deborah Jennings Brian Johnson Suzanne Lambert Carol Lockman Valerie Loyd Judith Marshall Daniel McMaster John Milosevich Gary L. Moore Cathy Opperman Paul Potter Carol Ramsay Terri Ann Saurmann Donald Sheller Frank Stone David Stricklin Claudia Vogt Gordon Weatherbee Ray Wiggs Patricia Willison Donna White John Cerny James Thommes Deborah Shelton Michael Polyack Roma Benner PI MU THETA Roma Benner Rebecca Chamberlain Kathy Church Amy Clark Jan Coolley Regina Davis Amy Ekblom Linda Flentje Debbie Forth Mary Freier Renita Goff Georgia Heth Denise Hinck Martha Hunt Donna Jackson Rhonda Koldehoff Jo Langheim Joan Martin Gayie Milligan Tawnie Moma Julia Quick Lila Ross Debbie Shelton Susan Slater Roxann Walker Angela Ward Donna White PI DELTA UPSILON Deborah Seals Alma Black Janice Coulter Kay Dees Karen Eckert Carol Eubanks Lon Friel Joyce Geissert Catherine Good Suzanne Hippier Sara Hunter Geri Jones Laura Keener Kristy Kettlekamp Terri Logue Nancy Lund Jane Mills Holly Ness Deloris Noble Julie Peters Patricia Quinn Helena Robison Diane Taylor Paula Turnbull Lisa Weber Janet Weinnch Sheila Domescik Carol Lane Julie Cox Honoraries 165 Phi Mu Alpha Buys Cushions Phi Mu Alpha is a national music fraternity for men that have 250 chapters. Fall and spring rush gives interested students a chance to become members. Fund raising projects by the organization go to- v ards buying cushions for Kauper Hall. They also provide clinics in the Decatur area high schools to encourage students to further their music ability. 1, Phi Mu Alpha members provide kazoo entertainment 2 Seated are front row: S. Thorne, C McClaine. K. Gregory, S, Moninger, B, Dohm. M. Dawson, R. IVIoma, P. Germane. Standing: S Shebenik. J. Wolfe, J. Graham, S. Schepper, D, Jordan. Not pictured; M. Pryczynski. R. King, B. Cox. If)6 f ' hl Mu Alpha SAI, MENC Sigma Alpha lota is a music sorority that sponsors public recitals for members of the organization. It also goes seranading at homes of facutly members and the dorms. Membership requirements include 16 hours of music, a B average in her major, and a suc- cessful audition to the group. The Music Educators National Conference is an organization for students in music edu- cation. Its 45 members meet weekly and hear speakers or see films. In November, it hosted Mary Hoffman, a education professor from U. of I., at a luncheon. In January they sent sev- eral representatives to the convention in Ar- lington Hts. 1. Front row: D.Hernstrom.D. Wasson, N. Davis. Second row: J. Mills, T. Mona, K. Schroeder, S. Bororian, 8. Kraus, B. Chamberlain Third row: D. Shelton, M. Hebda, A. Hartweg, J. Johnson. 2. Front row: T. Saurmann, H. McClintock, E. Moser, M. Sherman, R. Goff, D. Hawkins, M. Reichart. Second row: A. Binkley, S. Berning, J. Claudon, G. DeRochi, D. Henstrom, B. Chamberlain, J. Burkart. Third row kneeling: K. Sanders, C. Salvatore, D. Petras, R. Beals. Fourth row: 0. Shelton, S. Tichenor, N. Davis, B. Ehling, P. Little, J. Stevens, A. Hartweg, S. Kraus, T. Moma. MENC, SAI 167 Choir Tours In the South The Millikin Choir, open to those selected by audition, works many hours in order to put on several concerts a year for the benefit of the Mil- likin University and a tour of several states at the end of January. The choir meets everyday at 4:00 and also sings with the University Chorus on Wednesday nights. 1 Mr Hoffland directs the tenors and altos in a home concert 2 Members of the choir are FRONT ROW, Terry Saurman, Joy Claudon, Carta Graig, Lynn Mahin, Luann Geissler, Detjbie Brrjwn. Margaret Small, Sue Bororian, Ann Cover, Debbie Shelton ROW 2: Sara Hunter, Susan Smith, Teri Guiney, Renlla Golf, Cathy Wrigley, Kathi McCluggage, Debbie Throneburg, Sue Peterson, Maureen Quilhott, Karen Ghristensen ROW 3: Jim Bos, Ken Canny, Dave Ebbert, Carl McClaine. Earl Vinyard, Kevin Fryer, Dennis Pitcock, Tod Trimble, Bob Magnuson, Dan Perry, Kent Weakley, Jim Richards, BACK ROW: Andy Franklin, Dan Holmes, Gary Jenson, Steve Shebenik, John Goodwin, Steve Rainbolt, Tom Erwin, Bill Cox, Chris Long, Chuck Johansen, Dave Smith 168 Choir 1. The basses and sopranos of the choir. 2. Cathy Wrigley, Terry Saurmann, Joy Clau- don, Teri Guiney. and Luann Gelssler sing with the university chorus at its joined Christmas concert. Choir 169 1. Drum Major, Scott Monlnger. 2. Solo Twirler, Charissa Ttiorpe. 3. Big Blue Marching Band performs at half time. Marching Band 1976 Marching band provides the ini- tial spirit kick-off for all Big Blue home football games, and main- tains that spirit with entertaining half-time shows. The band plays " The Millikin Fight Song " every time Millikin scores with a touch- down. This promotes a spirit un- believeable in the Millikin fans. The half time shows feature Charissa Thorpe, solo twirler, and Denise Hinck and Donna Jackson, twirlers. 1 () Marching Band Concert Band 171 Millikin Jazz Band Tours California Jazz Lab Band is an especially outstanding aspect of the campus, one which has proved a source of pride for the entire University. The group toured the Western United States during January of the bicentennial year, once again spreading their renown beyond the borders of Millikin Univer- sity. The jazz band also played during the week of Homecoming. 1. Joe Wolfe performs on the vibes 2 Saxes and rfiythm are featured by J C Grafiam, Steve Thome, Bob Dohm, Dwight Jordan, and Rich IVIoma. 3, Joe Wright on the bongos. 4 Tom Little solos on the trombone. 5 Ivlembers are FRONT ROW: Joe Wolfe, Jim Cannon, J.C. Graham, Joe Wright, Steve Thorne. Bob Dohm, DvKight Jordon. Kevin O ' Shiro, Randy King 2nd Row: Ward Durrett, Paul Germano, Tom Little, Robert Skanse, Brad Bobcik, Mike Polyack, Mr. Schueler. BACK ROW: Steve Evans, Dave Colgate, Scott Moninger, Jim Thommes, Bill Sprenger. 1 72 Jazz Lab Band 1 I Orchestra 1. Jean Northrup. a member of the faculty per- forms a solO- 2. Members of the Orchestra ac- companying the University Chorus and Choir In Its winter concert. 3. The violins making beau- tiful music. 4. Members of a guest orchestra perform. Orchestra 175 Alumni Boa The Alumni Board consists of alums from different age groups and four Millikin students. The board works jointly with the alumni office planning class reunions, and alumni day. The alumni board also is re- sponsible for nominating and selecting alumns for " Alum of the Year " and other such awards. 1 Frank Elston. Judy Swilzer, and Or Berryhill enjoy a typical meeting 2 Linda Ahrends, Carolyn Pritctiett, Jane Relf, and Jeff Arnold listen to a review of the meeting ' s agenda 3, Members are, FRONT ROW: L Ahrends, C, Pritchett, P. Smith, B, Ennis, BACK ROW: W,F. Elston, J. Williams, S. Blller, J, Arnold, J, Relf, P. Berryhill. J. Switzer, J, Kramer, and W 1 a Alumni Board Student Affairs student Affairs committee deals with the student ' s interests. Parking problems, homecoming committee, and voter registra- tion are just a few of the problems it deals with. This commit- tee Is headed by Dean Joseph Houston, and is compiled of interested students and faculty. 1. Seated: Mrs. Lewis. Back row; Valerie Ward, Clayton Henderson, Karen Jacobs, Donna White, Paul Rittof, Joe Houston, Tim McCarthy, Malcolm Forbes. Student Affairs 177 1 Dean Lewis. Dean Henderson, and Dean Decker discuss an issue brought before the committee 2 Members listen to discussion. 3 Members are Front Row: Bev Meekins, and Kate Claus. Second Row: Regina Davis, Fred Connell. Tom Ginter. Valerie Ward Back Row C Larry Songer. Dr, Williams D, Lewis, Clayton W, Henderson. Dean C Richard Decker, and Joseph Puckett. 1 78 Executive Board Judicial Board is compiled of a group of students and faculty wtio meet regarding discipline problems. The purpose of Judicial Board is so thiat students who disagree on a disciplinary decision handed down by Student Affairs have a way of appealing the decision. J i J " • i D board members review the case and make their own decision. JUUlCI3l DOd 1. Front row: Beverly Guiler, Joan Larkin, Lisa Olsen. Back row: Julie Quick, Don Hartman, Tom Drake, Bob Harth Judicial Board 179 Industrial Engineers The Industrial Engineering Club, meeting together for the purpose of im- proving the knowledge they need in their profession, is organized to pro- vide the " future planners of our cities " with a broad base of expertise to work upon. 1 Members are FRONT ROW: Bob Behrend, Jim Croxton, Joy SpeasI, Martha Hunt, Fran Coduti, Marion McVeyr, BACK ROW: Timothy Connelly, David White, Lee Best, Dave Harpstrlte, Bob Freeman, Jeff Korande, Kevin Eckhart, David King, and Tony Beck- ett 2 Jim Croxton, Kevin Eckharl, and Bob Freeman discuss an Important matter ll!(i Itidiislrial Engineers Amateur Radio Club The Amateur Radio Club consists of anyone in the Millikin community interested in contacting and talking with people in other parts of our country and the world. The club assists its mem- bers in developing or improving skills in Morse code, and in proper radio procedure as required by the F.C.C. The club is also designed to help its members gain knowledge in electronics and will eventually be used as a means of assistance in times of emergency. 1. Members of the club enjoy refreshments as they talk to other parts of the country. 2. Members are: Jerry Kincaid, Mark Bacon— ex— WA6EFG, Terry Ann Saurmann— WN90LQ. Dan Flynn-WN90LT, Al Ryan-WB9EXZ, Denny Benner WH9PY0, and Kevin Orlman. Amateur Radio Club 181 Chess Club Bobby Fisher they might not be, but the members of Miilikin ' s Chess Club find an interesting and mind provok- ing hobby at their meetings. They have tournaments within the club, and also of- fered a winter term course. 1 Members are SEATED: Martin Franek, Blake Frodin, STANDING: Dave Solladay, Jim Fox, Tim Connelly. Dr Felix Livingston, Russell Veldenz, Leonard McCray, Ernest Elam 2 Blake Frodin contemplates an important move. 3, Ctieckmate! 182 Chess Club This year, Environmental Affairs was con- ' cerned with collecting paper and bottles for recycling, Also, they actively worked on cir- culating a petition to make only recyclable . , ■ « rr ■ bottles legal Environmental Affairs 1. Dave Ebbert. Row 1: Glen Richmann, Dr. Norm Jensen, Steve Wittmer, Back ro N. Paul Muhr, Betty Long, Sidney Smitti. Dr. Jim Stuart. Environmental Affairs 183 Sailing Club The sailing club averages 40 members a year and owns 5 Lasers, a Penguin, a Snipe, and a motorboat. The club is a registered member of the Decatur Yacht Club and uses the facilities on Lake Deca- tur. Each year the club par- ticipates in two away regattas and one at home. 1 Members are FRONT ROW Susie Slater, Diane Williams, Mark Ridden SECOND ROW: Bobbi Isles, Patty Feuerhaken, George Brihacek, Steve Gady. BACK ROW Joy SpeasI, Dan Flynn, Zach Delpra. Bob Behrend, Dave Harpstrite, Don Hartman, and Linda Laird. 2, Officers discuss plans for an upcoming regatta, 3 Sailing on Lake Decatur I at Sailing Club Timers Help At Meets Swim Timers are a group of girls who attend every home swim meet and run the scoreboard, rope, and use a stop watch and record the swimmer ' s time. There are usually two to three girls in each of the six lanes. Susie Sla- ter is the head timer. 1 . Timers at the Conference swim meet. 2. Sue White, head timer Susie Slater, and Kay Dees make sure the swimmer touches the wall. 3. Nancy Morasso, Karen Golterman, and Diane Williams await the swimmers touch. Swim Timers 185 Socratic Society The meaning of life may not always be the topic of the Socratic Society, but the discussions created by Dr. Adell, Dr. Mosed ale and the members of the club are always stimu- lating to students and fac- ulty involved. 1 nliWiMii liliniilWa 1. Skip Bledsoe and Molly Frier listen to some discussion 2 Dr. Mosedale is Interested in ttie discussion 3 Members are FRONT ROW Donna Cotlman, Mollin Freier, Sl lp Bledsoe, Dr. Adell, Fran Sharp, BACK ROW; Dr. Mosedale, Dave Burgnerg, 186 Socratic Society Forensic Team Competes Well The Forensics Team under the leadership of Dr. Stacy Myers has traveled to various sites such as Murray State, Ball State, Bradley University, and Whitewater University. Poetry, prose, persuasive speaking, and dramatic in- terpretation are a few of the individual events the students participate in. They are also ac- tive in debate and have a varsity and jr. varsity team. This year ' s national topic is: " Resolved that the federal government should adopt a comprehensive program of land use control in the United States. " 1. Front row: L. White, L. Griebel, M. Bechler. Second row sitting: S. Shaner, Dr. Stacy Myers, L. Dailey. Tliird row: K. Ritter, D. Brilley, L Laird, C. Selby. 2. Lisa Griebel presents a troptiy at ttie first Millikin Debate and Forensic Tournament. Forensic Team 187 Madrigals Sing At Dinner Madrigals is a group of Millikin students who in a free style, take a person into another world of an age gone past. The students dress in costumes of the period as jesters, lords and ladies, and sing their way into the hearts of the audience. This year the Madrigal singers sang at a dinner at the Holiday Inn and at the Millikin Dame ' s Christmas party. 1- The guest of Lord and Lady Worthington sing of wassiL 2 The guests listen intently as the jester reads table manners 3. fwlem- bers are: E Frey, T Erwin. K Kovach. S. Rainbolt, L Geissler, E. Vinyard, L, Ivlahln. G Jensen, K Christensen, D. Holmes, A. Cover, J. Werner. 18(1 Madrigals Baptist Union 189 Student Admission Corps 1. Members are FRONT ROW: D DuBravec, N. Kristufek, J, Moore, S, Dewalt. H. McClintock, L. Middendorff, K Glaus, B Fraggos. 2nd Row: B, Bakakos, J, Klinefelter, S. Slater, D. Hinck, B. Harth, L. Olsen. BACK ROW: B. Frodin,R. Massow, L. Solomon, R. Davis, J. Coolley, L. Flentje, and P. Grauf. Student Admission Corps assists the Admissions Office in acquainting potential students both the facilities of the university and the ways of cam- pus living. They provide a very meaningful contribution to successful re- cruiting each year. The corps is made up of students who give up an hour a week of their time to give tours to interested students. 190 Sturiont Admission Corps Puzzeling Year For BIG BLUE 1 Varsity Juniors. Gordon Crawford, Jim Dunnan. Andy Knoleck. Stu Arnold, Chuck McDonald, Jack Haskell, Back Row Rich Conner , Jim Douglass, Kent Gidcumb, Jim Forbes, Gary Cook and Ron Rewznicki, 2 Andy Knoteck, Bill Kowalczeck. Jim Douglass, Brad Taylor, Terry Tansey. 3, Chuck lulcDonald, Jim Cherry, 4, Jim Harris, Mike Bratsos, Tom Tiffin, Gordon Crawford 5 Jim Forbes, Kent Gidcumb, Kevin McGreevey. 6, Hank Deneke, Mike McCosllin. Mark Ramsey, tilark Albrecht, Bill Jordan, Tom Kissner. 192 Football 1975 Varsity Football Mlllikin Opponent 20 Augustana 21 48 Elmhurst 6 35 North Park 8 23 Carrol 27 3 Wheaton 2 27 Ill.Wesleyn 13 28 Carthage 25 13 Washington 10 9 N. Central 42 206 154 V 1 " Convoy " Gary Cook, D J Brown and Kevin McGreevy close in on the rubber ducl while Marl Albrecht watches. 2 " All Right Now " Gary Cook. Chan Bell, Jim Forbes and Ron Rzewnicki watch the offense do their thing 3, " I got you babe " lyiark Albrecht and Kevin McGreevy hit the Quarterback high and low, 4, " Backfield in motion " Jim Harris, Tom Tiffin and f ike Rockford look for a way to score. 194 football Football 195 m Ftwtball Football 197 Big Blue Tankmen Capture Conference Title Led by their new coach, Darrell " Skip " Green and co-captains Greg Peterson and Jerry Westwater, the 1975-76 Big Blue Tankmen and women swam past the highly favored Wheaton College to capture the CCIW crown. No one gave the Big Blue a chance, but due to the all out efforts of the entire team the Blue pulled through, winning 9 of the 15 swimming events. Senior, Bob Cavanaugh, was named most valuable swimmer (Mr. CCIW) of the conference. This season seven of the Blue swimmers qualified for the NCAA Division III Na- tionals held from March 18-20 in Washington, Pennsyl- vania. The seven qualifiers were seniors: Bob Cav- anaugh, Dick Cavanaugh, Jerry Westwater, sophomore: Mark Steenrod, freshmen: John Britt, John Floren, and Keith Wellman. 19fi Swirnmlru) Swimming 199 200 Swimming Swimming 201 Underclassmen Lead Big Blue The 1975-76 season saw the Blue compile an overall record of 11 wins and 15 defeats. New Head Coach Joe Ramsey had only two seniors on his varsity club, centers Lou Baxter and Jeff Patrisso. The young team played their best game of the year in their season finale against top ranked Illinois Wesleyn. Although they lost the game, they were beat by a last second shot and look to be contenders In the future. 2UV. Basketball Basketball 203 Big Blue Finishes 15-11 1 Jimmy Jones watches as Roy Mosser goes up high for a lay-up. 2 Roy Mosser brings the ball up court and looks for the open man 3 Dave Pistorius rips a rebound off the glass- 4- Rich Rames playing tough defense 5 Jimmy Jones and Tim Littrell keep pressure on m the backcourt 6 Mem- bers of the 1976 Basketball team are FRONT ROW: Manager Jim Edien. Roy Mosser. Ken Russell, Rick Dalton, Mike Powers, Ricky Carter. Dave Mott, and student assistant coach Roger Lowe BACK ROW Head coach Joe Ramsey, Dave Pistorius, Tim Littrell, Lou Baxter, Jeff Patrisso. Ben Beck, Rich Rames, Jimmie Jones, Bart Funneman, Dale Wills, Tim Currinder, and assistant coach Bill Wickline 2(M Basketball Basketball 205 Girl ' s Track 211 21? Wrestling The 1975-76 Big Blue wrestling team finished the year with a dual meet record of 10-6. Co- Captains Bruce Mitchell and Antonias Granger led the squad. Gary Reader who wrestled the de- manding 167 lb class, was named the most valu- able man for the year. Millikin had a fifth place finish in the Mac- Murray Invitational and a third place at the Milli- kin Invitational for season highlights. 1. Bruce Mitchell must be wondering what do I do now 2. Bruce Mitchell is looking for a quick take down 3 Brother Brian Mitch- ell looks for opening. 4. Big Blue Wrestler of the Year Gary Reader puts an arm lock on his opponent. Wrestling 213 211 Baseball Baseball 215 1. Front Row Bryan Mitchell. Dave Dragoo. Jim Bos. Scott Siders. Coach Steve Green Back Row Bruce Mitchell Bob Wolle Mike Cerny The 1975 Millikin Cross Country Team finished the season a disappointing last in the C C.I W. The team had a mark of one victory and five defeats in dual meets, and the season highlight was a fifth place finish in the Greenville Invitational where the Blue competed with nine other teams. 216 Cross Country Men ' s Tennis 217 218 Golf Voices Behind The Big Blue Squeezing practice time in between precious study hours, developing sore muscles, yell- ing your heart out, handing out a " Onto Victory " cake to the players before a game, making road trips and decorating locker rooms are all part of the life of a Millikin Varsity Cheer- leader. These seven girls follows the various Big Blue Teams through thick and thin, from game to game, helping to spark enthusiasm in the athletes and the fans. 1. Captain L. Powell urges the team to " charge up for a Victory. " 2. The 1975-76 Varsity Cheerleaders were: Front Row: J. Harris, M. O ' Hara, K. Mrowiec. Back Row: L. Powell, P. Thomas, G.A. Walker, and R. Schoneweis. 3. Renee tells the Big Blue to " eat up " their opponent. 4. " Go for a touchdown " Pam tells the team. 5. The Big Blue Cheerleaders are " rough and ready to go. " Cheerleaders 219 Women ' s Athletic Association Womens Athletic Association team picture: FRONT ROW; Sue Etherton, Kim Davis. Karen Bellenger, Judy Reyes, Allison Sctiaub, Janis Washington. SECOND ROW: Sue Wallace, Cathy Irwin, Cheryl Sweatman. Karen Bohms. Nancy Beavan. Karen Jung. Brenda Tucker, THIRD ROW: Emy Rudkins. Jackie Hudson, Jennifer Friday. Bev Guiler. Debbie Jenne, Jan Caduti. Elaine Comerota- 220 W,A,A. 1. ARGGGGGGGG!!!!! 2. Julia Quick winds up to throw the discus. 3. Members of the team are FRONT: Judy Reyes, Cathy Irwin, Jeanne Rentschler. SECOND ROW: Cindy Nyberg. Julia Quick Karen Jung. BACK ROW: Sandy Shaw, Mary Griffith, Donna Dolejs, Coach Leslie Handle. Girl ' s Track 221 ?.V? Volleyball Girl ' s Basketball Has Successful Year DIRECTLY ABOVE: Girls Basketball team picture. FRONT ROW: Sue Etherton, Julie Hook, Karen Jung, Marie Friend, Nancy Beavan, Angy Beck. BACK ROW: Coach Harriet Crannell, Karen Bohms, Mary Griffith, Jennifer Friday, Sandy Shaw, Amy Beck, Pam Whitmore. Basketball 223 Robert Cavanaugh Named M-Man M-Man for 1975-76, an honor awarded to the ath- lete who in his years at Millikin University has done more than any other individual to promote the name and competitiveness of M.U. went to Robert Cav- anaugh. Bob holds individual school records in the 500 Free-4:57.66, 200 Free-1 :48.56, and the 100 Free— :49.27. He also holds a record in the medley relay and qualified for nationals in the 200 Free, the Medley relay, the 400 Free Relay, and the 800 Free Relay. In addition. Bob was named the most valu- able swimmer after helping Millikln ' s tankm en take the Conference title. Before coming to Millikin in 1974 Bob attended Danville Junior College. He has been on the Dean ' s List all four semesters and will attend Southern Illi- nois University Medical School. Bob is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and was a lab assistant. 7-26. M-Man 226 Faculty Faculty 229 ?30 Faculty Faculty 231 232 Faculty 1. Maurice Boatman, Head Librarian 2 Candy Zeman, Librarian 3 Barbara Mickelson, Librarian 4. Kathy Romano, Librarian 5. Paul Emmons, Music Librarian 6. Carol Batterham, Librarian 7. Thomas Butler, Instructional Resources Faculty 233 234 Faculty Faculty 235 236 Faculty Economics 1 Dr William Williams, Engineering 2 Denny Benner, Engineering 3 Nicholas Kargas. Chairman ot Accounting Department 4. William Chapman. Accounting 5 Dr. James Olson, Chairman of Department of Economics and Finance 6. Felix Livingston, Economics 7 Jo- seph Puckett, Economics Faculty 237 238 Faculty Religion This year is a year of transition for the Reiigion Dept. Dr. Wing, who has been chairman for many years, finished his last year of teaching. Under his leadership, our majors have attended some of the best seminars and graduate schools in the country. Current majors are, for the most part, accepted in the Seminary or graduate school of their choice. His presence will be missed on campus. Next year there will be a new chairman, William Bodamer, and a new Asst. Professor of Religion to be chosen. We hope to keep and en- hance the reputation of the department devel- oped under Dr. Wing. Political Science The 1975-76 school year was a particularly good one for political science. A large number of new freshmen and transfer students admitted to the program and brought new enthusiasm and a fresh spirit to the department. It has been an ac- tive year for political science. Our group of ma- jors has developed a new, weekly radio program for WJMU, while others have been active in Stu- dent Senate and in the editing and production of the DECATURIAN. Dr. Mclntire attended a semi- nar on Diplomacy at Sarah Lawrence College and ran for election as a delegate to the Demo- cratic National Convention. Mr. Bottorf also con- tributed articles to the DECATURIAN, and is a regular commentator on the WSOY SPECTRUM series. 1. Dr. William Bodamer, Religion 2. James Bottorf, Political Science 3 Dr. Edward Wing, Religion 4 Dr Robert Mclntire, Ctnairman of Department of Political Science Faculty 239 Music Department Millikin ' s School of Music was represented well during Winter Term when the Jazz Lab Band journeyed to the west coast while the Millikin Choir gave concerts m St. Louis, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois. Recitals were better attended due to a new requirement for at- tendance, and the bicentennial events for 1976 were programs for cele- bration of our nation ' s 200th year. Still undaunted by poor attendance of nonmusic students, the Choral and Instrumental organizations kept their dnving rehearsal schedules to prepare for various concerts qlven throughout the year. ' MO Music Department Music Department 241 Pt? Music Department Music Department 243 244 MuBic Department Faculty 245 ?AH Faculty Chemistry Department Dr. Clarence Josefson was appointed as lecturer on the Millikin fac- ulty after teaching Richland Community College chemistry classes for two years. Dr. Josefson also organized a new sophomore level bi- ochemistry course which was started the second semester. Dr. Mark Bacon replaced Dr. Fred Grosz who resigned to accept a position with Ambassador College. Two new Winter Term courses were successful. Dr. Bacon organized and taught " Altered States of Consciousness: A Scientist ' s View. Dr. Weatherbee, in addition to repeating a course in Genealogy, offered a new course in " Home Improvement " . 1. Carl Weatherbee 2. Clarence Josefson 3. Peter Knoll 4. Mark Bacon Biology Department The Biology Department got off to a fine start in 1 975. Returning teachers came back prepared to teach a new group of students from the class of ' 79, as well as the returning upperclassmen. Many of the biology professors gave up some of their free time to work with and sponsor various organiza- tions associated with the department. Dr. Shell sponsored Alpha Epsilon Delta, a pre-professional honorary for those students interested in careers in the field of medicine. Dr. Baird, sponsor of Sigma Zeta, worked with the officers to coordinate an interesting series of programs concerning all as- pects of the field of biology. Mr. Smithson along with Leslie Randle taught a Winter Term course in the Keys devoted to the study of marine biology and scuba diving. 24R Biology Department Biology Department 249 Theatre, Communications During 1975-76 " activity " was the word for the Communication and Theatre Arts Department. The department produced its usual successful theatre season including productions of " 1 776 " , " The Cru- cible " , " You Can ' t Take it With You " , and " 50 Years of American Musical Theatre, " Mr, Terry Wil- liams was added to the staff and was extremely well received. A workshop for secondary school 1 Dr Arthur Hopper, Chairman of the Department oi Com- teachers; 3 drama festival for Illinois high schools; a winter tour of " 50 Years " and " 1776 " to central " ors ' JXe ' s ' c and northern Illinois high schools; and a collegiate debate were the major endeavors of the 4 Keith Johnson, Theatre department. 250 Faculty 1 975-76 was a time for change and planning more changes in the preparation of teachers. With the Teacher Education Council, The Education faculty has been considering possible revisions for course content, style, and sequence. Two new faculty members. Dr. Leo SmigelskI and Dr. Dottle Cruce-Mast, bring much teaching experience, expertise, and new ideas to the Department. The class- room experience aspect of courses and Winter Term have been strengthened, and a Freshman In- ternship experience has been established for Elementary Education. Education 1. Dr. Jerald Hunt, Chairman of the Department of Education 2. Clyde Browning, Education 3 Dr. Rictiard Ferry, Educa- tion 4. Dr. Leopold Smigelski, Education Faculty 251 ?52 Faculty English Over the past few years the English Department has moved to expand and broaden the type of offerings presented by this section of the Hu- manities Division. For students desiring an interdisciplinary approach to their major, the English Department now includes a full program, in co- operation with other departments, of course in American Studies. In re- sponse to growing interests in journalism and publishing, new courses in mass media were offered, and plans have been made to expand this field of study. A variety of writing courses, for students interested in ei- ther creative writing or professional writing work were taught by several members of the faculty. And an exciting course in Literature of the Film drew large numbers of students who saw a knowledge of the film media as useful in many professions. 1 Dr Patricia Sandovali, Chairman of tfie Department of Englisfi 2. Dr. Daniel Guillory, Englisfi 3. Dr, Jolin Hall, English 4. William Krueger, English 5 Dr. Brian Mihm, English 6 Dr Michael Onwuemene, English 7. Dr. Richard Pacholski, English 8. Doris twiabry, English Faculty 253 History Courses: The American Frontier is now a two-semester course mal ing possible more in-depth study of the westward movement. A new course Nineteenth Century America places the emphasis on intellectual, social and cultural history. Dr. Dodge ' s sailing in the Bahamas is a regular annual event. Dr. Provan again led a class to England for study there. Happenings: Dr. Provan has published the papers of Sydney Herbert, 19th century Brit- ish statesman; Dr. Mardock is preparing a book on migration from Illinois to the western U.S. during the post-Civil War period; Mr. Sheldon has com- pleted his doctoral study on medieval demography for Indiana University. Dr. Dodge ' s article on Venezuela will be printed in an issue of Current History. 1- Dr Robert Mardock. Chairman of the Department of History 2 Dr. Stephen Dodge 3. Dr. Graham Provan ?54 Faculty Foreign Languages All members of the Department invite any student to discuss foreign study in Europe. Some programs require proficiency in a lan- guage, but there are some programs in English (London, Durham, Vienna) and there are programs in France and Spain for stu- dents who have had as little as one semester of a language. Europe Beckons! 1. Dr. William Ferris, Chairman of the Department of Foreign Languages 2. Dr. Carol Paul 3. Dr. Concepcion Castaneda 4. Dr. Carol Ross 5. Mary Lauerman Faculty 255 Philosophy This year the Department of Philosophy featured two professors, Dr. Fredrick Mosedale and Dr. Arvid Adell. The Department sponsored the popular Socratic Society, a group which met on alternate Tuesday eve- nings and discussed current social and philosophical problems. Winter Term included an exciting class entitled SPORTS AND VALUE which in- cluded one week in Florida doing a sports practicum. 1. Dr. Arvid Adell, Chairman of the Department of Philosophy 2. Dr. Fredricl( Mosedale 256 Faculty Faculty 257 Physical Education The Physical Education Department has about 100 majors. In our curriculum devel- opment we pay close attention to what is hap- pening in the school system K through 12. We find more of a demand for physical education specialists in the elementary grades. 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Devorah 64 Beavan, Nancy 39, 151. 220, 222. 223 Bechler. M, 187 Beck. Amy 64 Beck. Angela 64, 223 Beck, Ben 145 Beck, Mark 38 Beckett, Tony 64, 143, 180 Becton, Terena 52 Behrend, Robert 52, 180, 184 Bell, Barbara 18 Bell. Brian 139 Bell, Chan 194. 195 Bell, Paula 64 Bellenger, Karen 52, 220 Benjamin, Denise 18. 85, 130 Benner. Roma 38 Benson, Shelley 150 Bergman, Richard 38, 137 Bergquist, Christiann 65. 157 Berning, Susan 19. 117, 129, 167 Bessey, Daniel 65 Best, Lee 38, 180 Beteet. Kenneth 65, 162 Binkley, Annette 19, 167 Bishop, Barbara 52. 117, 128 Bissey, Patricia 39, 129 Black, Kerry 117 Black, Robert 19 Blair, David 145 Blomeley. Betty 39 Blomeley. Kathryn 65 Bobcik, Bradley 172 Boehm, Teresa 39, 129 Bohms, Karen 19, 220. 222, 223 Bollman, Steven 145 Bonilla, Sandra 150 Boroian, Susan 119, 129, 167, 168 Bos, James 39. 158. 168, 216 Bourisavi ' . Michael 65 Bova, David 52. 145 Bow en, Elizabeth 39 Boyd, Monica 39 Boyer, Stephen 52 Bradford, Rose 19 Brady, Phyllis 162 Bratsos, Michael 52, 139, 192 Brendel, Martha 222 Brennan, Michael 139 Brichacek, George 19, 143. 184 Brichacek, Glenn 85, 143 Briggs, Mikel 65, 137 Brilley, Donald 187 Brilley, Vicki 121 Brinson. Leonard 65 Britt, John 198. 200 Broederdorf, Douglas 19, 139 Brown, Daniel 162, 193. 194 Brown. David 145 Brown, Debbie 168 Brown, Kathryn 121 Brown. Marian 39 Brown. Sally 129 Brucks. Jenifer 222 Brumley, Barbara 198. 199. 200 Bucher. Amy 20. 117. 129. 159 Buck. Allan 145 Buck, Paula 65, 119, 137, 156, 158 Bumgarner, Desiree 53 Burgener, David 186 Burkart, Jutta 39, 167 Burke, Kathleen 65 Burnett. Shan 53. 119. 130 Bush. Susan 53 Curry, Kemi 53, 147 Curry. Vernita 21 Curtis, Gary 91 , 141 Cady, Steven 184 Cahill, Carole 121 Calas, Craig 65, 137 Campo, Terry 65 Cannon. James 172 Cannon, Susan 65, 158 Canny, Kenneth 20, 168 Carlyle, Ramona 46, 117 Carriger, Michael 65 Carroll, Cheryl 65, 129, 147 Carter, Ricky 39, 162 Casper. Donald 65 Causey. James 152, 154, 155 Cavanaugh, Richard 20, 198. 199. 200 Cavanaugh. Robert 20, 141, 198. 199, 200 Cerny, John 216 Chamberlain, Rebecca 85, 129, 153, 167 Chamberlain. Roger 85 Chambers. Jacqueline 85. 121 Chapman. Dwain 20 Cherry. James 192 Chiaffredo, James 143 Choules, John 65, 141 , 158 Christensen, Karen 53, 119. 168. 188 Church. Kathy 39 Cieplik, Mark 139 Clark. Amy 159 Claudon, Joy 20, 91, 117, 128, 167, 168 Claus, Catherine 39, 149, 178, 190 Clutter, Wendy 66 Coduti, Frances 129, 180, 220, 222 Coffey. Sandra 66 Coffman. Donna 186 Colby. Alan 20. 141 Colgate. David 172 Collins. Anne 39 Combs. Janet 20 Comerota, Elaine 53. 85, 91. 117, 129. 156. 220 Conley. Kermit 53 Connelly, Michele 21 , 91 , 1 1 7, 130 Connelly, Timothy 39, 143. 180, 182 Conner, Richard 39, 145, 192 Connors. Thomas 66 Cook, Gary 192. 194 Cooling, Donald 39. 141 Coolley, Jan 39. 85, 91, 117, 156, 190 Cooper, Jean 66 Cooper, Stephen 143 Cope, William 145 Core. Rita 66. 149 Cover, Kathryn 85, 119, 168, 188 Cox, Timothy 53, 137 Cox. William 21 , 168 Craig. Robert 158 Grain, Mary 40 Crawford, Gordon 40, 192 Crouch, Tami 66, 121 Croxton, James 180 Cummins, Sandra 119 Cummins, Sheryl 53 Dailey, Lynn 53, 187 Dalpra, Zachary 184 Danley, Constance 52, 53. 121, 129, 156 Daugherty, Candice 66 Davis, Kimberly 78, 220 Davis, Nancy 40, 67, 189 Davis, Regina 40. 85. 119. 160, 178, 190 Day. Amy 53. 129 Dear, Marc 66, 162 Dear, Michael 66. 162 Dees, Kay 66, 185 Delatte, Daniel 141 Delatte, Joseph 158 Denecke, Henry 145 Derochi, Gina 40, 167 Dewalt. Sue 21 . 85. 190 Dexheimer, Lynn 21 Dohm. Robert 166. 172 Dole|s, Donna 66, 129 Domescik, Shiela 121. 129 Donahue, Andrew 150 Douglass, Gerald 21 , 163 Douglass, James 192 Doyle, Mary 53 Draggo, David 158, 216 Drake. Kristine 66 Drake. Susan 91. 121. 130 Drake. Thomas 21. 85, 149, 152, 179 Dubravec, David 40, 85, 145. 190 Dudney. Michael 145 Dulberg. Karen 40 Dunlap, Karen 163 Dunnan, James 40, 139, Dunning, Cynthia 66 Durrett, William 22, 151 , 192 172 cbbert, David 168, 183 Edwards, Gail 54, 119, 156 Edwards, Rick 66 Edwards, Russell 40, 143 Effner, Randall 54. 139 Ehling. Barbara 22, 167 Ekblom. Amy 1 1 7 Elam. Earnest 182 Elliott, Brice 149 Ellison, Janesta 22 Emig, Debra 46, 119, 130 Erwin, Thomas 168, 188 Estes. Michael 22, 141 Etherton. Susan 40, 128. 129. 220. 222. 223 Etiing, Christie 40, 91, 119, 128, 156, 198, 200, 201 Eubanks, Carol 66 Evans, Karen 40 Evans, Steven 40, 172 Evenson, Edward 155 Fahlander, Maryann 40 Ferguson, Carl 67, 143 Ferre, David 22 Fetter, John 143, 155 Feuerhaken, Patricia 184 Index 273 Fields, Debra 22, 162 Finch, Dawn 57, 119 FInet, Dayna 121, 129, 149, 152, 155 Finfrock, Patrick 40 Fisher, Forrest 189 Fitzgerald, Douglas 137 Fitzgerald, Kathryn 67, 222 Fitzgerald, Mauria 45, 85, 89, 160, 161 Flentje, Linda 85, 123, 153, 190 Flora, Scott 137 Floren, John 137, 198, 199, 200, 201 Flynn. Daniel 22, 184 Forbes, James 4, 192 Forbes, Richard 193 Forth, Deborah 40 Fraggos. Bonnie 54, 85, 119. 149. 196 Frale, James 67 Franek, Martin 182 Frank, Annette 54 Franklin, Andrew 67, 168 Franklin, William 137 Frazelle. Gary 22, 141 Free, Deborah 67, 119 Freeman, Robert 23, 180 Freeze, Karia 67, 129 Freler, Mary 152, 154, 186 Freier, Merritt 67, 145 Frey, Celeste 54 Friday, Jennifer 41. 42. 91. 149. 151. 152, 220. 223 Friel. Lori 67 Friend, Marie 41 , 223 Fritsch, Curt 85, 141 Frodin, Blake 41, 85, 141, 182, 190 Fryer. Kevin 168 Funk, Carol 129. 149, 152, 155 Gaden, Melanie 23. 121 Gaffron. Debra 41 Ganschinietz. Lisa 147. 158 Garling. Terry 23 Gavigan. Patrick 67 Gazzola. Linda 67. 119 Gazzola. Michael 23. 85 Geissert. Joyce 67. 119 Geissler. Luann 67. 168. 188 Germane. 18e Paul 41. 162. 172 Gessert. Robert 67. 145 Gibbs. Keith 85. 143 Gidcumb. James 139. 192 Gifford. Joe 141 Gmter. Tom 145, 178 Glasscock. Vicki 41, 119 Glover. Jame 69. 119. 198. 200. 201 Goe. Sammy 67 Goft. Renita 41 . 167. 168 Golich. Nicholas 23 Goltermann. Karen 23. 119. 128. 156. 158 Good. Ann 54 Good, Catherine 1 1 7 Goodwin. John 67. 141. 168 Gordy. Mark 67. 143 Graham, John 54. 166. 172 Graham. Kevin 23 Graig. Caria 54. 168 Granger. Ananias 162 Grauf. Patricia 91. 117, 128, 190 Graves, Karl 24, 137 Graves. Kenton 139 Green. Richard 68. 137 Greenman. Daniel 54. 163 Gregory. Marshal 166 Griebel. Lisa 121. 187 Griffin. Gergory 162 Grimm. Robert 68. 141 Grosse. Susan 41 Guichard. Gregg 145 Guiler. Beverly 24. 149. 151. 162, 179. 220. 222 Guiney. Ten 68. 119. 168 Haake, Diane 119, 141 Haber, Andrew 24. 141 Hagerbaumer, Debra 54, 117, 129 Halbrook, Russell 145, 158 Hall, Trudy 42, 132 Hampton. Debra 162 Hancock. Cynthia 68. 119 Hanson. Steve 137 Harding. Richard 141 Hargltt. Carol 129 Hargltt. Ronald 24 Harpstrite, David 158. 180. 184 Harres. James 24, 143 Harrington. Kevin 42 Harris. James 162. 192. 193. 194 Harris. Jeanlne 85. 130. 149, 127, 219 Harrison. Debra 119, 156 Harth, Robert 85, 141, 179, 190 Hartman, Donald 42, 85, 141, 147, 179, 184 Hartman, Jay 42. 158 Hartman. Marlin 68 Hartweg, Ann 24, 151. 167 Harbey. Robert 137 Harvill. Richard 54. 137 Haskell. Jack 192 Hatfill. Debra 68 Hause, Barbara 24 Hause. David 24 Havener. Colman 137 Hawkins, Deborah 54, 167 Hay, Monica 68, 156 Hebda, Mark 68, 167 Hedstrom, Jan 25, 128 Heinz, Heidi 57. 119 Heinzman. John 54. 139. 193 Helmkamp. Debra 54 Hemmerich. Duane 139 Henderson. Lucy 42. 119 Heneghan. Lisa 25.85, 121, 128, 153, 163 Henry, David 25 Hensley, Kent 42. 193 Herbert. Teres 147 Hernstrom. Debra 167 Herren. Paul 145 Herzon. Garrett 42 Hesch. John 25. 85. 158 Hess. Lisa 52. 54. 121. 128 Heth. Georgia 42. 149 Heywood. Patricia 123 Hight. David 85. Hillegonds. Michael 59. 85, 141. 198, 200 Hinck, Denise 43, 119, 130, 153, 190 Hindman, David 68 Hines, Cynthia 68, 129 Hippler, Suzanne 68, 119 Hochriem, Julie 121, 128 Holliday, Marjorie 25 Holloway, Frank 68, 193 Holloway, Philip 55 Holmes, Dan 151, 168, 188 Holmes. Sara 43 Hood. Lynn 43 Hook. Julie 43. 159. 223 Hoots. Debbie 121 . 130 Hoppenrath. Raymond 163 Hubbell. Denise 68. 117 Hubert. Clifford 85. 141 Hudson. Jacqueline 55. 162, 220 Hudson, Hllllard 25, 162 Hughes, Dana 55. 128 Hummel. Mary 43 Hunt. Martha 43. 180 Hunter. Sara 68. 168 Hurrelbrink. Jane 129 Husar, Thomas 25. 143 Husar. William 69, 143 Jacobs, Karen 85, 117, 129, 149, 177 James, Louis 162 Janas, Rosemary 121 Jarzynskl, Vickie 25, 156 Jenkins, Diane 26 Jenne, Deborah 69, 220 Jennings, Deborah 151 Jensen, Gary 26, 168, 188 Jeude, Ted 26, 137 Johansen, Charles 85, 137, 168 Johnican, Vern 69. 162 Johnson. Alden 55 Johnson. Brian 26 Johnson. Janis 26. 167 Johnson. Teresia 26 Jones. Donald 151 Jones. Geri 78 Jones. James J 26. 85. 145. 156 Jones. James R. 55. 145 Jones, Jean 121, 129 Jones, Jeffrey 154 Jones. Robert 69 Jordan. Dwight166. 172 Jordan. Karen 43 Juechstock. Philip 69 Jung, Karen 55. 220. 222. 223 Kaley. Mark 55 Kaminski. Scott 43. 145 Kapovich, John 137. 193 Keeney. Diane 55, 128. 156 Kennedy. Karen 26 Kincald. Jerry 163. 181 King. David 69. 180 King. Robert 172 Kingsley. Donna 123. 147 Kirhofer. Douglas 43. 85. 143 KIssner. Thomas 192 Klein. Mark 141 Klinefelter. Jodie 85. 91 . 121 . 130. 190 Knapp. Linda 69 Knobloch. Paul 143 Knotek. Andy 43. 192 Koch. Anne 117. 130 Koldehoff. Rhonda 43 Korando. Jeffrey 180 Korbet. Kathryn 27 Kovach. Kimberly 69. 188 Kowalczyk. William 139. 192. 193 Kowalskl. Randal 141 Kramer. Andrea 43, 151 Kraus, Susan 55, 129, 167 Kraudel. Kenneth 27 Krell. Cheryl 55. 149 Kreuger. Jonathan 55 Kristufek. Nancy 85. 121. 153. 163. 190 Krueger. Gale 55 Kruizenga. Leonard 141 Kuhnke. Mark 45. 85. 145. 149 Kuldell. Carl 55. 137. 193 Kunz. Carletta 55. 163 Kupka, Nancy 43 lacovelli. Chri 137 lies. Roberta 43. 184 Innis, Michael 69 Irwin, Cathy 129, 220 Isaacs, Karen 43, 48. 158 Jackson. Cheryl 55. 162 Jackson. Donna 43, 150, 153 Lackinger. John 44. 85. 139, 163 Laird, Linda 55, 119, 184, 187 Lambert, Suzanne 27, 128 Landgren. Dorothy 91 Lane. Carol 56. 119, 128, 156 Langheim, Jo 44 Larimer, Teresa 1 1 7 Larkin, Joan 44. 119. 179 Lauer. Deborah 27 Leake, Karen 56 Lee, VIcki 56, 121, 153 Leerkamp, Janet 128 Leftelman, Marilyn 38, 91, 121 274 Index Lienhop, Gretchen 70, 119, 156 Lienhop, John 27 Lindstrom, Donald 56, 139, 193 Little, Patricia 27, 167 Little, Thomas 172 LIttrell, Kathy 117 Lockart, Robert 70 Lockman, Carol 27, 151 Lockman, Charles 44, 85, 139 Logan, Ross 158 Logue, TerrI 70 Long, Betty 70, 123, 129, 149, 183 Long, Chris 168 Longbons. Roxanne 117 Loos, Theresa 56 Lorenzen, Carol 121 Lorenzo, Sam 70 Lowe, Roger 27 Luck, Margaret 28 Lukens, John 137. 193 Lund, Barbara 119 Lundort, Jack 145 Lyeria, Jam es 70, 145 Lymann. Beth 130 Lynch, Dana 222 Lynch, Sandra 70 Lyons, Margaret 123 Moore, Janet 56, 163 Moore, Jo 44, 117, 190 Moore, Madeline 71, 117 Moore, Rick 45 Morasso, Nancy 129, 185 Morgan, Lee 71 Morris, Joe 29 Morns, Mary Beth 29 Moser, Elaine 45, 167, 189, Motshome, Bernadette 56 Mott, David 41 Mrowlec, KImberly 121, 219 Mrugacz, Gall 45, 121. 129 Mueller, Mark 145 Muhr. Paul 29, 183 Mulholland. Cathy 56. 117 Mullen, Laura 71, 123 Mulligan, William 71. 137 Mulllns, Ann 29. 129 Mulberhill. Robert 30 Mummert, Randall 71 Peterson. Mellnda 72 Peterson, Suzanne 57, 168 Petras. Dru 57, 129, 167 PetruzzI, Barry 46 Pettyjohn, Dana 121 Pflaum, Robert 46, 85, 141 Phillips, Kent 31 Phillips, Laura 72, 123 Pickett, Rhonda 72 Pilnock, Karen 72 PIplanl. Paul 72, 143 PItcock, Dennis 46. 168 Placey. Mark 145 Plassman, Gall 31, 150 Plotz, Cindy 129 Plotz, Richard 141 Plotz, VIcki 57, 128 Ploussard. David 46 Polyack, Michael 46, 172 Pow ell, L, Jack 73. 137 Powell. Linda 46. 85, 149. 219 Powers. Michael 46 Powers. Thomas 46. 159, 163 Poyner, James 147, 155 Mahin, Lynn 160, 168, 188 Maish, Phloolp 70 Marcuzzo, Cynthia 70, 119 Mardock, Robert 145 Markou, Stephanie 70. 119, 158 Marshall, Harley 56 Martin. Joan 44. 85. 91. 119 Martin, John 70 Massow, Randy 85. 141. 149. 190. 198. 199, 200 Maul, Barbara 70 Mavis, Sharon 71, 121 Mayer. Joanne 71 , 222 Mayhall, Michael 29 McCarthy, Timothy 143. 149. 177 McClaine, Carl 162, 168 McClallen, Terry 143 McCllntock, Janice 70 McCllntock, Holly 28. 85. 123. 167, 190 McClugage, KathI 28, 85, 121, 168 McCostlin, Michael 56, 145, 192 McCracken, Michael 145 McCray, Lenard 182 McDonald, Charles 44. 139, 192 McDonald, Debra 28, 162 McDougal, Mary 28, 85, 91, 121 McGreevey, Kevin 56, 145, 192 McMaster, Daniel 28, 94. 153 McMillan, Gail 129 McNeeley, Michael 85, 143 McNeeley, Peggy 70, 117 McNeys, Marion 70 McNulty, Steven 28 McVey, Marion 180 Meeklns, Beverii 44, 85, 149, 152. 178 Megglnson, Marcia 56, 117 Mengel, Elizabeth 56 Metternich, Donna 29 Meurlot. Cynthia 44, 119 Meyer, Cinthia 44, 128 Meyerkord, Michael 29 MIddendortf, Louise 29, 91, 123, 190 MIkeworth, Kevin 71, 139 Miller, Desiree 162 Milllgan, Gayle 44, 154 Mills, Jane 71, 167 Milne, Susan 123, 130 Miner. Sara 56, 117, 129 Minor, Kent 44 Mitchell, Bruce 216 Mitchell, Bryan 216 Mitchell, Sharon 44, 119, 130 Moma, Richard 162, 172 Moma, Tawnle 44. 167 Moninger, Scott 166, 170, 172 Monti, Brian 137 Moore, Charles 44, 139 Moore, Gary 163 Nelson, Steven 71 , 143 Niles. Randy 45 NIsbet, David 161 Nobis, Thomas 30 Noe, Brian 45 Norlhrup, Amy 121, 129 Novack, Linda 71 Nowak, Donald 193 Noyes. Mark 30 Nyberg, Cynthia 71. 77, 121, 129 Nyvall, John 145 Quick, Julia 117, 130, 149, 179, 191 Quilhot, Maureen 31, 151. 168 Quinn. Patricia 73 O ' Connell. Daniel J. 139 O ' Donnell, Kathleen 30, 119, 128 Oakes, Teresa 30 Oberto, Glenis 45, 117, 128 Ochs, Michael 139, 193 Ogg, Nancy 121, 129 Ogibie, Susan 121 , 149 Ohara, Molly 56 , 96. 119 , 219 Okerblud, Eric 137 Olsen. Ann 30 Olsen. Lisa 45, 130, 149, 163, 179, 190 Olson, Ann 85 Opperman, Cathy 30, 85, 91, 129, 147 Ortman, Kevin 181 Oshiro, Kevin 172 oner,, Stepiien 139 Owens, Leonard 1 37 Parmele, Scott 143 Parsons, Gregory 145 Passini, Barry 71 Patzelt, Ruth 117, 128 Pearson, Margaret 56 Perrlngs, John 143 Perry, Danny 57, 139. 168 Peters, Catherine 72 Peters, Julia 72, 119 Peters, Nicholas 45. 85 Peterson, Thomas 31, 85, 141 Peterson, Greg 198. 199. 200. 201 Peterson, Mary 72, 74, 119, 156 Radwine, Jill Ralnbolt, Steven 47, 168, 188 Rames, Richard 73 Ramsey, Mark 139, 192 Rapp, Maylene 47 Rathslag. Janet 73, 129 Reedy, Michael 31 Reichart. Melissa 123. 129, 147, 167 Relf, Ann 85, 119, 130 Relf, Jane 31, 85, 91, 152. 176 Rentschler. Jeanne 57, 119 Reuter, David 141 Reyes, Judy 31, 150, 220, 222 Reynolds, David 32 R heads. Diana 163 Rhodes. Jon 193 Rice. Todd 32 Richards. James 168 Richman, Glen 57. 150. 183 Ridlen. Mark 158. 184 Ritter, Pamela Kim 47, 119. 130, 187 Ritter, Richard 47 Rittof, Paul 47, 85, 145, 177 RIva, Steven 47 Robertson, Jeanne 32 Rockford, Michael 193. 194, 195, 196, 197 Rodetfer, Steve 47. 137 Roevekamp. Lisa 73, 137 Romane. Allen 73 Rose. Jeffrey 73 Ross. Lila 121 Rostenkowski 145 Roth. Thomas 143 Rottman, Matthew 85, 143 Rudd, Philip 137 Rueckert, Margaret 47, 119, 128, 130 Rundlks, Emy 73, 83, 119, 220 Russell, Kathleen 121, 128 Ryan, Allen 47, 139 Rzewnicki, Ronald 47, 192, 194, 195 Sabllch, Christopher 85, 139, 149 Sager, Rodger 141 Salvatore, CHristine 47, 167 Sammis, Charles E. 73. 193 Sanders, Kim 47, 121, 167 Sands, Minhael 47, 145 Sappington, Lynn 57 Saltley, Cathy 47 Saurman, Fredrick 47, 8S, 145, 152, 158 Saurman, Terry 32, 167, 168, 180 Sawrey, Ann 1 19 Sawrey, Nancy 85. 119. 149 Schaub, Alison 60, 220 Schepper, Stephen 166 Schleicher, Margaret 73 Schoneweis, Renee 121, 219 Schrader, Steven 85 Schroeder. Kendria 73, 119, 167 Schwarze, Cindy 57, 119, 130. 152, 155 Sealscott, Teresa 47 Selby, Curtis 187 Semelroth, Kent 73 Shabaz, Rebecca 58, 117 Shaner. Sue 48. 128. 187 Sharp. Francis 58. 186 Shaw. Sandra 223 Shebenik. Stephen 166. 168 Sheller. Donald 33 Shelton. Debra 48. 167. 168 Sherman. Maiv 167 Shulke. Marcia 58 Shumaker. Harold 48. 151 Sibthorp. Rebecca 32 Siders. Scott 216 Simmeroth. Kent 139 Simmons. Lynn 48 Simpson. Tracy 147 Sirvinskas. Alan 58 Skanse, Robert 172 Slater, Susan 85, 119. 130, 184. 185, 190 Small, Margaret 168 Smetts, Jean 53, 121 Smith, Colleen 73 Smith, David 73, 160, 168 Smith. Deborah 74 Smith. Martha 153 Smith. Sherry 58 Smith, Sidney 32. 183 Smith. Stephen 32 Smith. Susan 58. 121, 168 Smith. William 74 Smoot, Riley 74, 162 Solliday, David 182 Solomon. Patricia Lynn 91. 121. 130. 163. 190 Soukup. Margaret 48. 119, 161 Spangler, Cynthia 33 Sparks, Ray 151 Sparks, Tony 58 Spears, Geoffrey 48 Spears, Stuart 74 Speasl. Joy 48, 180, 184 Sphar, Rebecca 48 Spitz, Dan 58 Sprenger, William 1 72 Sprouls, Julie 59 Steagall, Robyn 59, 128 Steele, Craig 141 , 193 Steenrod, David M 198, 199, 200, 201 Stetfens, Brenda 74 Steinkamp, Robert 149 Stevens, Julie 59. 167 Stevens, Suzanne 85. 91. 117 Stevi art. Lisa 33. 119 Stolz. Gary 74, 145 Stone, Frank 33. 193 Stone, Patricia 33, 74, 117 SIrine, Mary 46, 85, 91, 117, 130 SIroink, Shirley 121 Strong, Brenda 33 Suesse, Laura 121 Sullivan, David 137 Summers, Cynthia 33. 121, 130 Summy, Joy 59 Suria, Fred 74. 137 Sweatman, Cheryl 75. 220. 222 Sw eeney. David 143 Tansey, Terrance 145, 192 Tate, Stephane 151 Taylor, Diane 74, 75, 119 Taylor. Mark B. 139, 192 Telling, Thomas 49 Temples, Cheryl 33, 128, 222 Tevebaugh, Mary 75 Thomas, Barbara 59, 85, 123 Thomas, Jane 130 Thomas, Lynn Marie 75 Thomas, Michael 160 Thomas, Pamela 33, 151, 222 Thomas, Pamela D 49, 117, 219 Thommes, James 59, 162, 172 Thompson, Bonnie 75 Thompson, Marcia 75 Thompson, Wendy 75 Thorne, Steven 33, 172 Thorpe. Charissa 49, 89, 119. 170 Throneburg, Debra 75, 168 Tichenor, Sandra 59, 129, 167 Tiffin, Debra 85, 121 Tiffin, Thomas 192. 193. 194 Toland. Cynthia 76 Tore, Jose 49 Toter, William 141 Trimble, Tod 59, 168 Triner, Susan 34 Trofimuk, John 141 Trogdon, Truitt E, 60. 139, 193 Trolia, Carol 34 Tucker, Brenda 34. 220 Tucker. Lawren 143 Weber, Lisa 76 Weikart, Kevin 77 Weinrich, Janet 74, 77, 119, 156 Wellenreiter, Douglas 77 Wellman, Keith 198, 200 Wenz, Melody 77 Werner, Jay 49, 160, 188 Westwater, Jerry 198, 199, 200, 201 White, David 180 White, David L 60. 180 White, Donna 49, 177 White. Linda 91, 119, 129, 187 White, Susan 129, 185 Whitmore, Pamela 60, 222, 223 Willey, C. Chas 34 Williams, Allen 34 Williams. Brit 137 Williams, Carol L 60. 121 Williams, Diane 60, 85, 119, 129, 149, 152, 157, 184, 185 Williams, Michael 60 Wilmeth, Tamara 77, 119 Wilson, Keith 137 Wilson, Pamela 121 Wilson, Perry 162 Winberg, Karen 121 Wise, Robyn 121 Wiss, David 139 Wittmer, Barbara 49 Wittmer, Stephen 183 Wolf, Robt 216 Wolfe, Joe 89, 166, 172 Wolken, Manlyn 49, 117 Wood, Bradley 77 Wright, Daniel 77 Wright, Joseph 172 Wrigley, Catherine 160, 168 Upham, Sally 121 , 129 Yates, Mchael 78, 137 Young. Kathryn 49, 119. 130, 149 Vaughn, Amy 57. 60. 117 Veldenz. Russell 76. 182 Vinyard. Albert E 34. 168. 188 Vogt. Claudia 34 Votanek. Janet 47 Walker. Chesterfield 76, 150 Walker, Graceann 60, 128, 219 Walker, Roxann 49 Walkup, Brian 160 Wallace, Susan 60, 222 Walsh, Michael 76, 137 Walter, Melinda 76 Ward, Angela 48, 49, 85, 158 Washington. Janice 162. 220 Wasp. Jim 143 Wasson. Denise 76. 123. 167 Watham. Harold 145 Watkins. Brian 34, 137, 149 Watson, Pamela 1 1 9 Weakley. Kent 168 Zank. Jodie 35, 117, 129 Zarr, Mary 35 Zehnacker, Richard 78 Zeller, David 49, 139 Ziekle, Carol 123 Zimmerman, Debra 35 Zimmerman, John 143 Zimmerman, Robert 137 Zindel. Cindy 49 Zindel, Karen 35 276 Index Index 277 STAFF Editor Diane Williams Business Manager Jane Reif Copy Editor Dayna Finet j Organizations Editor Diane Keeney ' Staff Jonlee Andrews Beth Peterson Melissa Reichart Janet Weinrich Classes Editor Beverii Meekins Activities.. Gail Edwards Gretchen Lienhop ; % Laura Suesse Carol Lane Greeks Editor Debbie Harrison ■■ ' ' . M-A ' -:. - ' Staff ■ Connie Danly Heidi Heinz . Susie Slater ■ . :V- ' ( ? A Sports Editors. Jim Jones Jill Lindenmeyer A Staff Christie Etiing Karen Golterman Joe Gifford (Photographer) Faculty Editor Joan Martin Staff Monica Hay Kathy O ' Donnell ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Faculty Advisor Stacy Myers Yearbook Advisor Bob Donnelly ; I Photographer Paul Buck Acknowledgements 279 I Good Times Gone By


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