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millidek 1976-77 volume 76 introduction contents introduction people students faculty, administration staff student life styles involvement sports activities organizations fine arts honors index acknowledgements advertisements 1 7 8 56 87 119 120 152 184 231 247 263 272 273 introduction 3 Jim Causey Rebecca Chamberlain Marny L. Christie Kathy Church Am. Studies English Organ Physical Education Accounting Decatur, Illinois Florissant, Mo. Park Ridge, Illinois Hamilton, Illinois Catherine Claus Donna Coffman Timothy Connehy Biology Art Philosophy Ind. Engineering Thornton, Illinois Lindenhurst, II. Moweaqua, Illinois Gary Cook Donald Cooling Physical Education Business Admin. Decatur, Illinois Decatur, Illinois Jan Coolley Accounting Brocton, Illinois 10 seniors V Ann Cover Applied Voice Elkhart, Indiana Mary Crain Accounting Hoffman Estates, II. Gordon Crawford Communications Kincaid, Illinois Jill Crittenden Accounting Wheaton, Illinois Sandy Cummins Accounting Decatur, Illinois Sheryl Cummins Biology Decatur, Illinois Vernita Curry Physical Education Decatur, Illinois Rick Dalton Physical Education Yorkville, Illinois Nancy Davis Music Education Earlville, Illinois Regina Davis Music Education Mt. Zion, Illinois seniors 11 Thomas Frydenger Psychology Cerro Gordo, Illinois Carol Dawn Funk Political Science Moline, Illinois Keith Gibbs Marketing Springfield, Illinois Bob Geier Welding Engineering Decatur, Illinois James Kent Gidcumb Marketing Eldorado, Illinois Robert Glod Accounting Decatur, Illinois Paul Germano Music Education Rolling Meadows, I Vicki Glasscock Elementary Education Decatur, Illinois Renita Goff Music Education Salem, Illinois Patty Grauf Nursing Elvaston, Illinois 14 seniors Mary Griffith Susan Grosse Gregg Guichard Trudy Hall Psychology Sociology Biology Physical Education Social Science Decatur, Illinois Anchor, Illinois Lakewood, New York Decatur, Illinois Donald Hartman Jay Hartman Accounting Communications Evanston, Illinois Monticello, Illinois Margaret Hays Communications Decatur, Illinois seniors 15 i Andy Knotek Physical Education Palatine, Illinois Rhonda Koldehoff Biology Millstadt, Illinois Mark Kuhnke Pre-Medicine Johnston City, II. Randal Kowalske Pre-Dentistry East Peoria, Illinois Nancy Kupka Biology Chicago, Illinois Jo Langheim Music Education Auburn, Illinois Andrea Kramer Psychology Orion, Illinois John Lackinger Accounting La Grange Park, II. Joan Larkin Sociology Psychology St. Louis, Missouri Charles Lockman Marketing Jacksonville, II. 18 seniors Lisa Olsen Nick Peters Robert Pflaum Michael Polyack Marketing Pre-Medicine Economics Finance Music Education Westchester, Illinois Joliet, Illinois Olney, Illinois Cary, Illinois Carol Porter Linda Powell Michael Powers Communications Accounting Mathematics Phys. Ed. Hume, Illinois Decatur, Illinois Oakland, Illinois Thomas Powers Julia Quick Accounting Biology Rockford, Illinois Atwood, Illinois v i D Jane Rhoads Accounting Decatur, Illinois 22 seniors Kim Ritter Communications Peoria, Illinois Richard Ritter Business Admin. Blue Mound, lllinoi Steven Riva Accounting Spring Valley, II. Steve Rodeffer Biology La Harpe, Illinois Tom Roth Sociology Joliet, Illinois Margaret Rueckert History Rock Island, Illinois Kenneth Russell Physical Education Indianapolis, Ind. Wayne Rutherford Music Education Decatur, Illinois R. Allen Ryan Marketing Muncie, Indiana Ron Rzewnicki Marketing Chicago, Illinois seniors 23 Sara Holmes Thorne Charissa Thorpe David A. Tobiasz American Studies Biology Accounting Harristown, Illinois New Baden, Illinois Spring Grove, II . James Townsend Business Oakley, Illinois 26 seniors Sammy Trusner Physical Education Decatur, Illinois Linda Weatherbee Mathematics Decatur, Illinois Susan White Urban Studies Lake Zurich, Illinois Byron Veech Chem. Environ. Stud. Decatur, Illinois Jay Werner Theatre Dolton, Illinois Dale Wills Accounting Hillsboro, Illinois Angie Ward Elementary Education Decatur, Illinois Gloria Weakley Art Decatur, Illinois Donna White Accounting Decatur, Illinois Paula Wilson Elementary Education Decatur, Illinois seniors 27 igh t, Jr. Ca sio Element cag 0, II. Aurc idy Zii tary E :on, ill Lynn M. Altenburg Cinda Atchison Ernest Bakakos Sonya Baysinger Ben Beck Terena Becton Robert Behrend Maria Behrns Christiann Berquist juniors David Blair Susan Boroian David Bova Sally Brown Desiree Bumgarner David Burton Susan Bush Curt Camden Ann Carr Karen Christensen Danette Cilibraise Gail Clark juniors 29 Dawn Finch Gregory Finigan Celeste Frey Kathy Gardner KentGiffin Michael Goggins Carla Craig Daniel Greenman Kent Gregory Kenneth Gustafson Diane Haake Debra Hagerbaumer Rebecca Hammel Jeanine Harris Debbie Hatfill Deborah Hawkins Joha Heinzman Debra Helmkamp Holly Henderson Teres Kay Herbert Lisa Hess juniors 31 Margaret Pearson Paul Rittof Lynn Sappington Sandra Schal I 34 juniors Julie Sprouls Christine Strzembosz Joy Summy Clifford Swanson Ron Tapscott Terrence Tansey Terry G. Telfer Barbara J. Thomas Eric Thomas juniors Meta Aavik Pam Allen Dennis Banter Amy Beck Tony Beckett Paula Bell Daniel Bessey Kenneth Beteet sophomores John Betscher Rodger Blick Jim Bone Phyllis Brady Merri Jo Brandenburg Don Brilley Vicki Brilley John Britt Mark Brymer Paula Buck Scott Burbank Amy Buske 36 sophomores Donna Bussa Janet Campbell Robyn Campbell Susan Cannon Marcia Carlyle Cheryl Carroll Don Casper Kermit Conley Rita Core Michael Dear Kay Dees Norman Deets Donna Dolejs Kristine Drake Scott Drazewski Cynthia Dunning Gautam Dutta Karen Eckert sophomores 37 Rick Edwards Pedro Encarnacion Cathy Good Howard Gould 38 sophomores Karla Freeze Robert E. Fricke Lori Friel Robert J. Gessert Tom Ginter Jane Glover Thomas Grant Kenton Graves Richard Green Gordon Gregory Gregory Griffin Teri Guiney Debra Hampton Marlin Hartman Beth Hawkins Mark Hebda Lindsey Heinzel Bruce Heniken Denise Hubbell Rebecca Hulls William Husar Elizabeth Jeff ery Deborah Jenne Paul Johnson Jay Julian John Kapovich Laura Keener Tom Kissner Mark Klein Michael Kyger sophomore 39 Jeanine Lorenzen Sandy Lynch Daniel McCormack Gail McMillan Phillip Maish Cindy Marcuzzo Stephanie Markou John Everett Martin Joanne Mayer Jim Miller Jane Mills Lee Morgan Laura Mullen Randy Mummert Linda Nemcek Charles Novak 40 sophomor es 42 sophomores m Lisa Weber Barbara Wedemeyer Doug Wellenreiter Keith Wellman Mary Ann Welton Tyson Whitcomb Tami Wilmeth Bradley Wood Pam Yaroch Richard Zehnacker sophomores 43 Phillip Abbott Tom Ackman Mark N. Adams Bob Adrian Fred Albrecht Barb Althoff Debbie Anderson Julie Anderson James Avers freshmen Becky Baker Debbie Baker Joyce Baranowski Gwen Barnes Steve Bates Ray D. Bauer 1 1 1 Pamela Beattle Brad Bellm Lori Bellm Delia Benavides Victor Binkley Mary Lynn Bivens 44 freshmen Mary Collins Rebecca Cox Perrie Sue Buesking Judy Christie Doug Crawford i: ' Chris Burbidge Pamela Courtney m Jenny Cunningham James Burkhardt Misha Curfman Karla Brady Tim Custis freshmen 45 46 freshmen Nicholas Fulton Michael Gagnon Elizabeth Gamsky Joseph Garbe Cindy Gatl iff Mike Gentry Mirta Gibbs Megan Gineris Lori Gooding Melissa Grohne Timothy Grosse Beki Grubbs freshmen 47 Janice Gualdoni Leland Hackl Cynthia Henegan Denise Ingold Judy King Mary Ann Kinkin Nadine Harper Darlene Hartleben Phillip Hayes Phil Joschko Kim Karch Thomas Kehr Gwen Klein Linda L. Klein Michael Knapczyk 48 freshmen Tatina Kosyak Kim Kramer Craig Kreli Cyndi Krone Marcia Krygowski Cynthia Lacey Mary Anne Lange Marianne Larimer John Larson Jim Lowery, Jr. Kathy Ludwick Robbin Luthe Randy McGeehon Debbie McKenzie Kathy McKinney Teri McMeekan Fritz Maitre Timothy Malavolti freshmen Deborah Marick Elizabeth Matteson Becky Meister John Messinger Bryan Mikeworth Sue Mitchell Susan Moellenkamp Mark Moore Darby Morhardt Steve Mosier Susan Mullins Edward Murphy Don Neunaber Michael Niesman Betsy Oakford Sally O ' Donnell Peggy O ' Neill Kenneth Leon Osman Michael Overlot Dale Patton Robyn Pearce 50 freshmen Ginger Stanley Harry Starr Sarah Taylor Gretchen Thiel Mark Thompson Kenneth Trine Martin Van Kanegan Carolyn Wagner Kim Stephenson Eric Stevens Julia Wall Sue Walski David Stewart Anthony Well freshmen 53 Charles Welfong Mary Wilking Mark Willis Linda Wilson Karen Winowitz Kevin D. Winters Gina White Tom Wolff TimWollner Diane Wood Jeffrey Yonk Russell Zaucha John Zeller Leann Zimmerman 54 freshmen faculty, administration staff As Millikin celebrates its Diamond Jubilee, we can take pride in its advancements over the years. While maintaining James Millikin ' s vi- sion of a liberal arts college which would of- fer a practical educational background to those who would be facing an increasingly in- dustrialized world, it has constantly striven to elevate its academic standards. Now, with the new library under way and plans for the new student center in the offing, we are witness- ing the progressive spirit of M.U. still at work. We thank the faculty and administration for keeping this spirit alive and for upholding the traditions which have made this university great during the past seventy-five years and will continue to make it so in the years to come. people 55 J. Roger Miller, President 56 60 people Mary Jane Plapp Elizabeth Hill Director of Financial Aid Advisor for Social Activities 61 William R. Merritt Registrar C. Larry Songer Assistant Registrar Michael Braughton Comptroller William Eddy Chief of Security Margaret Cahill Secretary of Security 62 people Dr. Malcolm Forbes Dean, College of Arts and Sciences people 63 people 65 mathematics Dr. Fred J. Connell Assistant Professor chemistry Dr. Mark Bacon Assistant Professor Dr. Clarence Josefson Lecturer people 71 V Dr. Robert Mardock Professor, Chairman history Not Pictured— Gary Mormino Dr. J. Graham Provan Associate Professor political science Dr. Stephen Dodge Assistant Professor Dr. Robert Mclntyre Associate Professor, Chairman 76 people religion Not Pictured-James Wilde Dr. William Bodamer Associate Professor philosophy Larry Burton Chaplain people 77 Harriet Crannell Assistant Professor Merle Chapman Associate Athletic Director Ralph Allan Professor, Chairman Lester Mathieson Assistant Professor physical education 78 people I Leslie Randle Carl Poelker Coaching Assistant Instructor Darrell H. Green Swimming Coach people 79 business Dr. C. Richard Decker Dean, School of Business 80 people Dr. James R.G. Olson Professor of Economics, Chairman Dr. Felix Livingston Instructor in Economics Jack W. Gaston Associate Professor of Marketing, Chairman Dr. Donald Rocke Associate Professor of Business Administration people 81 Cynthia Pipkin Lecturer Darlene Wittenauer 86 people alpha phi alpha Millikin University offers its stu- dents a variety of life styles. One may choose dormitory life, com- muting, Greek affiliation, off- campus housing, or any com- bination of the above. It is sometimes assumed that students ' perspectives are lim- ited by their choices of resi- dence; however, it is to the credit of the student community that these ambiguous bound- aries are overcome in the higher pursuits of human enlight- enment. Front Row: M. Halbert, L. McCray. Second Row: G. Griffin, V. Johnican, K. Beteet, Michael Dear, Marc Dear. 88 student life styles Front Row: C. Johansen, J. Bone, M. Yates, J. Lukens, R. Deppe. Second Row: B. Mulligan, S. Rodeffer, R. Bergman, B. Monti, B. Edwards. Third Row: R. Zehnaker, B. Franklin, S. Flora, B. Buck, M. Gleason, D. Fitzgerald, T. Hoff- land, K. Weikart, G. Rowan. Fourth Row: M. Overlot, H. Lindsey, B. Cahill, R. Harvill, M. Brymer, S. Wright, J. Shields, A. Abbott. Fifth Row: F. Albrecht, J. Pifotta, G. Crowell, R. Edwards, B. Williams, K. Wilson, J. Harris, H. Austin, J. Ovengros, J. Havener, D. Brenner, M. Allison. Sixth Row: B. Lehman, M. Moore, C. Kuldell, M. Faust, E. Okerblad, B. Zimmerman, T. Cox, A. Donahue, C. Calas, R. Green, M. Bourisaw, M. Briggs, P. Gavigan, J. Powell, M. Walsh, T. Connors, J. Kapovich, M. Williams, L. Owens, B. Brown, S. Giger. student life styles 89 hessler hall first floor Front Row: H. Schumaker, RA, J. Harney, B. Shazer, L. Best, S. Herzon. Second Row: H. Groenier, G. Griffin, G. Crowford, A. Rucker, L. Brenson. Third Row: M. Gol- ich, Z. Dalpra, R. Huber, P. Hayes. Fourth Row: V. John- ican, B. Warren, J. Friday. second floor Front Row: H. Gould, S. Dur- ham, D. Briddle, L. Hopp, S. Junge, G. Dutta. Second Row: D. Doering, B. Batek, T. Hanger, K. Clark, D. Crawford, G. Finigan, S. Cerny. Third Row: B. Cohorst, J. Ferguson, C. Veselits, K. Wellman, RA, B. Shepard, J. Blakely, J. Barenkamp. 90 lifestyles third floor Front Row: M. Reif, J. Heck- man, S. Murphy, M. Ed- monds, M. Moore, F. Maitre. Back Row: M. Knapczyk, R. Bauer, L. Helleman, M. Tomey, J. Niebur, T. Currin- der, RA, J. Dooley. fourth floor Front Row: J. Geier, M. Ko- valcik, J. Pagoue, M. Innis, P. Maish, M. Stroyeck. Sec- ond Row: W. Peterson, R. Zaucha, L. Messinger, D. Hindman, B. Wood, T. Sparks, P. Yue, D. Patton. Third Row: K. Beteet, J. Schock, P. Pierce, D. Stein, S. Kovalcik, R. Ferbend, B. Bellm, H. Starr, B. Cratz, P. Catalan. lifestyles 91 Front Row: G. Curtis, J. Ferguson, R. Tapscott, R. Bauer, B. Frodin. Second Row: A. Copeland, R. Mummert, J. Cross, S. Mosier, D. Garner, D. Cooling, D. Rueter, J. Trofimuk. Third Row: J. Anderson, T. Kehr, J. Howard, J. Strine, M. Klein, M. Gagnon. Fourth Row: L. Aitken, B. Pflaum, R. Sager, J. Ellis, M. Hi II- egonds. Fifth Row: B. Kooi, D. Burton, J. Yonk, J. Goodwin, G. Reader, M. Stroyeck, J. Boswell, M. Gentry, M. Steenrod, S. Danko. (Back Row: M. Fred- rick, L. Helleman, R. Kowalski, B. Behrend, D. Bitzer, C. Fritsch, B. Toter, J. Choules, C. Pitte, J. Gifford, J. Frale. 92 student life styles north hall Front Row: A. Sirvinskas, K. Russell. Back Row: R. Carter, J. Toro, K. Harrington, K. Dulberg, P. Holloway, RA, W. Durrett, Head RA, S. Meinhold, R. Lauderdale. macon hall R. Drummond, B. Mitchell, M. Cerny, D. Dragoo, D. Stricklin, B. Wolf. student life styles 93 mills hall ground floor Front Row: A. Johnson, D. Holmes, J. Glennie, M. Faust. Second Row: T. Kehr, J. Fromm, J. Yonk, M. Gentry, S. Durham, J. Petko, D. Polio. Third Row: D. Wills, B. Funneman, M. Troncozo, D. Pistorius, RA. second floor Front Row: M. Halbert, T. Ackman, J. Lundman. Sec- ond Row: J. Cooper, F. Gonzalez, B. Carr, R. Hemmel, K. Carver. Third Row: B. Reed, P. Joschko, T. Carlson, C. Krell, K. Gustafson, N. Dewey, S. Burbank, S. Eckel, G. Welty, M. Gagnon. Back Row: W. Farb, T. Frey, J. Hertel, S. Homeier, G. Gregory. first floor Front Row: D. Cutinello. Second Row: S. Crow, R. Steinkamp, R. Moore, J. Schroeder, J. Avers. Third Row: M. Lengacher, D. Neunaber, T. Morgan, B. Butzke, M. Adams, T. Grosse, D. Yozze, M. Goggins, D. Spitz. Fourth Row: J. McClelland, T. Jennings, N. Deets, G. Mysker, B. Beal, A. Thomas, T. Wood, M. Folker, D. Stewart. a ■ 9 1 ItolMMMB A OODSTOC, third floor Front Row: T. Sparks, R. Edwards, T. Perry, J. Zeller, S. Murphy, D. Bessey, RA, M. Fra- nek. Second Row: C. Sammis, B. Mikeworth, E. Thomas, T. Shew, K. Gregory, M. Glea- son, J. Britt. Third Row: D. Bitzer, M. Miller, E. Lowers, M. VanKanegan, S. Stevens, R. Huston, D. Smith, H. Seggelke, E. Stanley, J. Anderson, J. Ellis. Fourth Row: G. Rich- mann, G. Brassel, D. Richardson, M. Onis- chak, M. Thompson, J. White, J. Garbe, K. Nafziger. Front Row: C. Logan, M. Gordy, M. Rottman, B. Husar, J. Wasp, T. McCarthy. Second Row: G. Libell, P. Piplani, B. Mundy, Mom Day, L. Morgan, B. Shazer, J. Cerar, J. Martin. Third Row: S. Goe, B. Heniken, J. Dolan, D. Kirhofer, D. Brilley, S. Nelson. Fourth Row: T. Simpson, R. Morton, B. Lockart, M. Meurlot, T. Connelly, K. Eckhart, K. Gibbs, J. Glennie, J. Julian, T. Roth, D. Clem, T. Eichenauer, L. Eichenauer. Fifth Row: N. Dewey, R. Rames, T. Beckett, K. Hamilton, P. Johnson, J. Fetter, J. Chiaffredo, P. Knobloch, L. Tucker, G. Brichacek, C. Nafzinger. student life styles 95 Front Row: S. Kaminski, B. Gessert, M. McCracken, B. Beck, N. Peters, S. Ka- minski, D. DuBravec. Second Row: M. Troncozo, J. Avers, M. Mueller, S. Siders, G. Allaben, D. Fleenor, C. Lyerla, B. Bakakos, G. Guichard. Third Row: S. Dunham, J. Fromm, G. Stoltz, J. Lundorf, D. Saale. Fourth Row: R. Hawkins, B. Pitte, R. Mardock, T. Ginter. Fifth Row: B. Novak, E. Murphy, D. Neunaber, Mrs. Robbie Peterson, P. Rittof, M. Kuhnke. Sixth Row: K. McGreevey, M. Sands, R. Conner, G. Parsons, S. Atchison, M. Rostenkowski, M. Freier, T. Custis, D. Blair, P. O ' Connell, J. Harris, J. Nyvall, M. Lengacher, J. Schock, R. Veldenz, E. Bakakos, H. Denecke, M. Hayek, D. Brown, J. Croxton, J. Jones, H. Marshall, D. Bova, B. Cope, P. Herron. 96 student life styles alpha chi omega Front Row: D. Hagerbaumer, S. Schneider, R. Carlyle, S. Shaner, S. Cannon. Second Row: C. Irwin, M. Sherman, L. Hannapel, B. Althoff, J. Harris, G. Oberto, M. Elder. Third Row: J. Barno, J. Mason, A. Koch, M. Fitzgerald, S. O ' Donnell. Fourth Row: P. Buesking, S. Wallace, J. Moore, K. Shelton, S. Mul- lins, K. Gardner, K. Winowitz, S. Mitchell. Fifth Row: A. Ekblom, R. Pearce, D. Helmkamp, K. Isaacs, M. Moore, D. Hubbell, B. Shabaz, P. Yaroch, M. Collins, B. Baker, M. Carlyle. Sixth Row: A. Russo, S. Franklin, S. Tumpa, M. Meggin- son, C. Good, C. Mulholland, Mrs. Barbara Taylor, L. Sappington, W. Roe, M. Midiri, K. Littrell, P. Thomas. Back Row: G. Milligan, L. Patrick, K. Black, M. Larimer, G. McMillan, C. Schmidt, A. Beck, P. Turnbull, J. Brucks, P. Grauf, R. Steagall, R. Patzelt, A. Vaughn, J. Quick, J. Coolley. student life styles 97 aston hall fourth floor second floor First Floor: First Row: N. Beavan, K. McKinney. Second Row: J. Coulter, E. Comerota, S. Ogilvie. Third Row: J. Mills, RA, B. Enrietto, K. Scott, C. Salvatore, D. Hawk- ins, J. Stevens, L. Roevekamp. Fourth Row: D. Ham- pton, M. Gronne, P. Brady, L. Olsen. Second Floor: First Row: M. Tevebaugh, K. Burke. Second Row: S. Coffey, J Sprouls, S. Neibuhr, J. Scharfenberg, J. Barton, D. Anderson, J. Baronowski. Third Row: L. Altenberg, M. Thompson, J. Peters, S. Grosse, K. Dillon. Third Floor: First Row: K. Etling, C. Warner, J. Systrom, C. Hines, G. Thiel, D. Ingold, S. Servos. Second Row: K. Hunt, J. Blackey, B. Gamsky, R. Core, C. Toland, L. Bravo, G. Klein. Third Row: S. Brown, RA, T. Loos, C. Smith, B. Wedemeyer, J Friedewald, J. Mayer, K. Stephenson. Fourth Floor: Front Row: J. Miller. Second Row: L. Klein, G. Kreuger, M. Rose, K. Leake, RA. Third Row: D. Dolejs, T. Herbert, M. Christie. Fourth Row: D. Hatfill, S Bush. Fifth Row: D. Hughes. third floor first floor 98 student life styles first floor First Row: A. Kramer, H. Robinson, K. Brady, S. Pruemer, A. Russo, J. Ap- panaitis, K. Holcomb, S. Faber, C. Gatliff, J. Scott, S. Taylor. Second Row: G. Barnes, C. Schmidt, D. Benavides, P. Beatte, K. Davis, T. Simpson, B. Bland, J. Christie, S. O ' Donnell, L. Woodward, S. Benson, RA. blackburn hall second floor First Row: J. Batterham, K. Dees, K. Ja- cobs, RA, A. Peters, R. Vanags. Second Row: P. Watson, D. Taylor, R. Pearce, M. Aavik, J. Rathslag, P.S. Buesking, S. Latta, M.T. Strunc. Third Row: B. Peterson, T. Guiney, D. Thompson, L. Bellm, M. Wil- king, S. Moellenkamp, L. Keener, S. Swan, C. Burbidge. third floor First Row: K. Veit, L. Ehling, N. Harper, K. Dozard. Sec- ond Row: C. Krone, T. Law- son, J. Gualdoni, D. Hart- leben, L. Roman, J. A. McCoy. Third Row: C. Dan- iels, K. Drake, S. Spaid, H. Reid, K. Shelton, C. Graig, RA, P. Courtney, S. Mullins. Fourth Row: J. Cazier, M. Walter. student life styles 99 First Row: K. McKinney, C. Marcuzzo, S. Schaefer. Second Row: S. Boroian, C. Warner, B. Peterson, T. Guiney, W. Steinberg, J. Glover. Third Row: D. Emig, M. Aavik, B. Meister, D. Free, J. Thomas, S. Burnett, K. Evans. Fourth Row: J. Peters, S. Taylor, B. Spires, C. Hancock, D. Haake, C. Etling, J. Geis- sert, D. Finch, M. O ' Hara, H. Henderson, D. Williams, B. Free, D. Rosenberger. Fifth Row: J. Rentschler, D. Hinck, S. Slater, J. Martin. Sixth Row: D. Baker, P. Buck, L. Gazzola, J. Ernst, S. Cummins, H. Heinz, J. Larkin, C. Lane, G. Ed- wards, S. Moellenkamp, Mrs. Anderson, S. Latta, K. Christensen, D. Taylor, T. Wilmeth, G. Leinhop, C. Burbidge. Seventh Row: J. Rathslag, S. Hippler, E. Rundiks, J. Cundiff, S. Mitchell, J. Weinrich, J. Crittenden, A. Cover, C. Meur- lot, B. Lund, C. Thorpe, P. Soukup, P. Ruekert, L. Henderson, K. Ritter, L. Bellm, S. Markou, A. Peters, K. Dees, K. Schroeder. 100 student life styles Front Row: Mike Tomey, John Dooley. Second Row: Jim Thomsen, Don Lindst- rom, Dave Zeller, Stu Arnold, Dan O ' Connell, Ed Trogdon, Brian Bell, Kent Se- melroth. Third Row: John Zeller, John Betscher, Bob Adrian, Kent Graves, Mike Brennan, Brad Taylor, Cliff Swanson, Mike Bratsos, Tim Ruwe. Fourth Row: Harry Starr, Randy Effner, Joe Kielbasa, Steve Soppet, Jim Schumacker, Mark Ramsey, John Heinzman, Dave King, Dan Fuller, Jim Miller. Fifth Row: Bryan Mi- keworth, Ed Lowers, Tom Kissner, Kent Gidcumb, Kevin Mikeworth, Tom Tiffin, Tom Telling, Tom Lockman, Tom O ' Donnell, Chris Sablich, Charlie Moore, John Lackinger. fairview hall Clockwise from top: D. Jenne, M. Pearson, S. Smith, B. Wit- tmer, J. McClintock, J. Lindenmeyer. fairview annex First Row: S. Kraus, L. Ganschinietz, A. Sherrill. Second Row: S. Baysinger, W. Steinberg, D. Petras, R. Campbell, L. Jeffrey. Third Row: A. Buske. 102 student life styles First Row: K. Mrowiec, S. Smith, G. Clark, M. Purdom, D. Bussa. Second Row: M. Morrison, L. Hess, J. Campbell, T. Kosyak, G. Mrugacz, L. Knapp, C. Ny- berg, J. Scharfenberg. Third Row: R. Schoneweis, D. Grenlund, N. Morasso. Fourth Row: J. Schroeder, K. Stephenson, J. Jones, M. Leffelman, M. Grohne, R. Rosenkranz, L. Jeffry, D. Marrick, C. Carroll, K. Eckert, P. Wilson. Fifth Row: D. Hoots, K. Sanders, J. Klinefelter, J. Smetts, M. McDonald, C. Sweatman, B. Steffens, J. Hochriem. Sixth Row: K. Cornell, C. Heneghan, A. Northrup, B. Oakford, K. Claus, C. Cahill, V. Lee, L. Griebel, D. Finet, S. Upham, B. Lyman, D. Pettyjohn, L. Hunke, J. King, L. Feezel, T. Boehm, S. Mavis. student life styles 103 first floor First Row: D. Baker, M. Elder, D. Rosenberger, D. Cox, D. Emig, L. Powell. Second Row: L. Green, W. Thompson, S. Johnson, B. Cox. Third Row: S. Shaefer, M. Curfman, G. Stanley, B. Huls, A. Roytek, N. Eiler. Fourth Row: F. Sharp, RA. third floor First Row: J. Marshall, C. Onischak, R. Quails. Second Row: R. Petersen, B.J. Blomeley, R. Koldehoff, L. Friel, D. Bumgarner, L. Weber. Third Row: R. Luthe, L. Siltman, K. Evans, B. Free, D. Morhardt, P. Bona. Fourth Row: P. O ' Neill, P. Lemmons, L. Zimmerman, W. Roe, D. Readshaw, C. Strzemboz. Fifth Row: K. Per- kins, M. Quilhot, K. Dulberg, RA, M. Fahlander. walker hall second floor First Row: R. Hanson. Second Row: J. Wall, M.A. Lange, R. Peterson, J. Hurrelbrink, L. Geissler. Third Row: T. Trinh, B. Bowen, C. Bergquist, L. Matteson, D. Keeney, M. Gineris, D. Howard. Fourth Row: R. Beals, RA, M. Brendel, K. Dunlap, D. Wood, M. Krygowski, S. White. 104 student life styles zeta tau alpha mm 1! K v. First Row: D. Wasson, L. Mullen, T. Heywood. Second Row: S. Lynch, B. Grubbs, S. Lyons, R. Wise, B. Thomas, P. O ' Neill. Third Row: T. Moma, B. Long, Mrs. Evalina Hand, S. Milne, M. Reichart, T. Albritton. Fourth Row: B. Hawkins, V. O ' Reilly, L. Matteson, C. Zielke, D. Kingsley, P. Feverhaken, L. Phillips, K. Ferris, W. Clutter, J. Scott. Not Pictured: B. Chamberlain, T. Hall, C. Gatliff, M. Krygowski, R. Luthe, C. Plotz, R. Campbell, K. Dunlap, J. McClintock, C. Bergquist, S. Fendley, K. Perkins, T. Lawson. The hours of folly are measured by the clock; but of wis- dom, no clock can measure. William Blake student life styles 105 school begins moving in When the doors of Millikin open for the fall se- mester, a flurry of activity replaces the relaxed pace of summer on campus. Students (and par- ents) cart their belongings into reawakening rooms. Many then retreat to Allerton Park for the fun and frolic that is Freshman Camp. Al- ways too soon, classes begin, and with them come the varied rush extravaganzas at the so- rority and fraternity houses. 1 J m £f r • t 1 1 06 lifestyles winter term scenes Winter Term settled on Millikin like the plentiful snow. It was a time of quiet inter- rupted only by a few rambunctious par- ties—seeming efforts by the students re- maining on the frozen campus to assert their presence— and to keep warm! lifestyles 113 ■ 116 lifestyles sports football After contending for the CCIW title for the last few years, Milli- kin ' s football team went up against a tough schedule and finished sixth in the conference with a 4-4 record (4-5 over all). The team opened the season with a 28-29 heartbreak loss at the hand of North Central, fol- lowed by three consecutive vic- tories over Augustana (19-7), Elmhurst (12-6), and North Park (41-0). Millikin was then de- feated by Carroll (6-25), by Wheaton (36-47), and by Illinois Wesleyan (0-28). This slump was followed by a victory over Carthage, with a score of 27-7. A final loss to Franklin College (28-40) ended the season for the Blue. Hope springs eternal in the human breast . . . Alexander Pope 1 20 sports Front Row: C. Bundy, B. Lockart, M. Evangelista, C. Spence, K. Coffman, B. Elliot, E. Trogdon, S. Arnold, J. Forbes, J. Dunnan, D. Lindstrom, G. Cook, B. Hemmer, E. Stanley, M. Edmonds, S. Goe, J. Harney. Second Row: T.J. Jackson, D. Hazelwood, J. Hertel, L. Brinson, P. Gavigan, E. Okerblad, S. Flora, B. Gessert, R. Con- ner, T. Ruwe, K. Mikeworth, J. Kielbasa, K. Gidcumb, C. Bell, R. Forbes, J. Douglass, M. Brennan, S. Davis: Third Row: D.J. Brown, D. Brenner, D. Fuller, J. Barenkamp, B. Carr, V. Johnican, J. Brown, A. Knotek, G. Crawford, J. Cooper, M. Placey, H. Denecke, K. McGreevey, D. James, G. Gregory, J. Heinzman, J. Lundorf, M. Tomey, C. Sammis, S. Mathieson, L. Stoner. Fourth Row: R. Zaucha, J. Lundman, B. Mikeworth, R. Powell, D. Patton, J. Zeller, B. Cohorst, S. Homeier, K. Carver, J. DiFatta, N. Dewey, E. Stevens, J. Cvengros, J. Petko, B. Kooi, R. Huston, M. Gleason. Fifth Row: G. Neibuhr, M. Chapman, S. Trusner, S. Murphy, F. Gonzales, T. Gniot, C. Thompson, F. Albrecht, B. Tolly, H. Seggelke, R. Dalluge, A. DeVries, J. Miller, T. Wollner, M. Ram- sey, T. Morgan, B. Bell, L. Wagner, C. Poelker. sports 121 sports 123 women ' s tennis First Row: S. Swan, C. Reed, D. Howard. Second Row: K. Trepp, C. Cahill. Third Row: L. Roevekamp, T. Sealscott, A. Beck, Coach A. Schueler. First Row: M. Larimer, L. Gazzola, S. Fendley, K. Jung. Second Row: K. Stephenson, J. Mayer, M. Brendel, K. Dillon, S. Dunnan. Third Row: N. Beavan, Coach Leslie Randle, S. Schall, J. Westendorf, A. Carr, J. Fitzgerald, C. Smith, C. Sweatman. In their second year of play, the Millikin women ' s inter- collegiate volleyball team ended the season with an even 9-9 mark. The team also competed in the IAIAW Small College State Volley- ball tournament. The junior varsity team held a 3-4 sea- son record. women ' s volleyball 126 sports nsfift basketball Ending the season with a 15-11 record, Millikin ' s bas- ketball team placed 3rd in their conference. This year ' s squad had a well- rounded scoring attack, led by Dale Wills, who averaged 15.8 points per game. The team was also strong in re- bounding, despite its lack of a big man. After a good showing against several non-conference opponents, the Blue cagers ended the season on an up-swing. Front Row: R. Inman, B. Reed, D. Mott, R. Mosser, G. Finigan, R. Dalton, N. Deets. Second Row: M. Mull, D. Wills, B. Funneman, D. Pistorius, J. Jones, B. Beck, B. Wickline. Third Row: M. Powers, T. Currinder, R. Rames, J. Dawson, M. Kreke, T. Littrell, Coach J. Ramsey. 128 sports sports 131 women ' s basketball This year, Coach Crannell ' s squad competed in the State Small Col- lege Tournament. The team was named No. 1 in their district, and placed 7th in the state, ending the season with a respectable 14-7 record. During Winter Term, the squad traveled to the Virgin Is- lands and Puerto Rico for exhibi- tion games. m First Row: M. Larimer, J. Hook, M. Friend, K. Fitzgerald, A. Murphy, B. Thomp- son, K. Jung. Second Row: Coach Crannell, J. Fitzgerald, S. Schall, J. Friday, J. Westendorf, M. Griffith, A. Carr, A. Beck. 132 sports wrestling Despite many injuries suffered throughout the season, Milli- on ' s grapplers ended their season with a 12-7 record. Some of the injuries did catch up with the team during con- ference, causing them to end in 5th place. At the confer- ence, Marc Dear took 1st in the heavyweight division, Gary Reader took 3rd in the 177 pound class, and Pat O ' Connell, at 142 pounds, and Kent Semelroth, at 158 pounds, both took 4th places. Since most of this year ' s team is returning for the 1977-78 season, next year holds promise. First Row: D. White, S. White, B. Mitchell, E. Black. Second Row: P. O ' Connell, M. Dileo, M. Fredrick, B. Kooi, K. Graves. Third Row: G. Lopez, R. Mummert, G. Reader, K. Semelroth. Fourth Row: G. Hemmerich, R. Dalluge, J. Petko, M. Dear, J. Heinzman. 134 sports first row: Joel Ellis, Mike Hillegonds, Jeff Boswell, John Britt, Keith Wellman, Joe Gifford. second row: Chris Burbidge, Jane Glover, Brumley, Paul Ford, Jim Anderson, John Floren, Mark Steenrod. 1 36 sports After suffering a letdown on the first night o the conference meet, the Blue swimmer? came back with several excellent perfor- mances to finish in 3rd place overall. Out standing times we re turned in by Mark Steen rod, Jeff Boswell, John Floren, and Keith Wellman. All ' 76- 77 MU swimmers will returr next year for what promises to be a grea season. men ' s tennis first row: Jim Crawford, Chuck Hubert, Lyle Grimm, Doug Clem, Coach Mike Brannon. second row: Jim Barenkamp, Dave Mozdren, Jay Julian, Dave Briddle, John Strine, Randy Inman. This year ' s squad finished the season in 3rd place in the CCIW. Millikin ' s Chuck Hubert was named the CCIW MVP in the confer- ence meet. Al- though Hubert will be graduating, next year ' s outlook is very promising with the return of many experienced veter- ans. 138 sports baseball first row: Coach Galen Woods, Joe Pagone, Doug Cutinello, Mike Overlot, Steve Durham, Bill Reed, Andy Knotek. second row: Carl Ku- dell, Steve Kavolcik, Stu Arnold, Bill Batek, Risk Harvill, Britt Edwards, Steve Danko, Mike Lawlor. third row: Sam Trusner, Tim Lirtrell, Steve York, Tim Currinder, Curt Fritsch, Doug Kirhofer, Dave Yozze. Stu Arnold set five new Millikin career records, and led the Blue to an 8-8 record that was good for 4th place in the conference. The strength of this year ' s team was their hitting. Curt Fritsch, Steve Danko, and Stu Arnold placed among the top fifteen batters in the conference. The team held a solid .305 average. Next year ' s co-captains, Rich Harvill and Steve Danko, have their work cut out since the team will lose five seniors after this season, in- cluding Doug Kirhofer, the team ' s MVP. sports 1 golf This season ' s record was not up to last year ' s par, but as the top three Blue golfers— Chris Galka, Brit Williams, and Bob Lockart— are only sophomores, next year ' s team promises to be a strong contender for the conference title. Galka, this year ' s MVP, tied for 7th with Ron Tapscott in the conference meet. This put the team in 4th place and only nine shots away from the title. Team averages: Galka— 77, Williams— 78.9, Lockart-80.8, Tapscott-81.6, Mosser-81.7, and Kuhnke— 85.6. Brit Williams (above, standing), Chris Galka, Coach Joe Ramsey, Ron Tapscott. 142 sports women ' s track In only its second year of com- petition, the Millikin ' s women ' s track team boasts a 6-1 record, breaking most established records from last year. With only three members graduating, the outlook for next year ' s team is bright. Re- cruiting new members and retain- ing veterans will strengthen the team ' s future endeavors. first row: Jeanne Rentschler, Sandy Hodges, Cathy Etling, Missy Grohne, Donna Dolejs. second row: Cathy Irwin, Annette Russo, Ruth Patzelt, Marianne Larimer, Colleen Smith, Desiree Bumgarner. third row: Judy Fitzgerald, Jeffifer Friday, Jane Westendorf, Mary Griffith, Coach Leslie Randle, Karen Jung. sports 143 144 sports m-man For the ' 76- ' 77 school year, M-Man went to Andy Knotek. This honor is awarded an- nually to the athlete who in his years at Millikin Univer- sity has con- tributed most to the com- petitive spirit of Millikin. Andy is a four- year veteran of the Big Blue football and baseball teams. 146 sports first row: John Kelly, Jeff Korando, Scott Murphy, Ron Mitchell, Dave Smith, Curt Nafziger. second row: Tim Sparks John Betocher, Mike Sands, Fred Turner, Tim Armstrong, Jim Burkhardt, Jim McClelland, third row: Coach Niebur, John Mess- inger, Dave Pistorius, Mike Powers, Lee Morgan, Jim Dunnan, Jim Neff, Pat Pierce. men ' s track Along with fifteen lettermen, this year ' s squad was largely com- prised of newcomers to collegiate competition. With several valuable team members graduating, experi- ence and dedication will be key factors in team success next year. Millikin finished 6th this year in the CCIW. sports 147 148 sports sports 151 freshmen camp All freshmen are encouraged to at- tend this preschool overnight ses- sion at nearby Allerton Park. The weekend ' s activities include a jolly half-hour bus ride, get-acquainted time, student-faculty discussions, late evening dance, and midnight wiener roast. activities 153 156 activities activities 157 homecoming ' 76 Each Homecoming offers the alumni an opportunity to come back to Milli- kin for a weekend of nostalgia. On the following pages is contained a pictorial of Homecoming 1976— from the Talent Show to the Lettermen concert. activities 1 59 160 activities activities campus chest Along with spring each year at Millikin comes Campus Chest. During the week of April 11, students from every residence joined to- gether to raise funds for a charitable cause— this year, that cause was Muscular Dystrophy. Through such activities as the Beauty and Beast Contest, the Food Fair, the carnival, and an all-night dance-a-thon, a sig- nificant contribution was made. The following pages tell the story of Campus Chest 1977. 164 Activities 168 Activities Activities 169 1 70 Activities Activities 1 71 black emphasis week April 18 marked the beginning of Black Emphasis Week, sponsored annually by For Soul Only. The purpose of this week is to emphasize the black students ' contribution to Millikin. Below are scenes from a musical presentation, one of the traditional events held during this week, where FSO members and friends share their talents with fellow students. 172 Activities Activities 1 73 greek week Greek Week, a Millikin tradition, provided the members of the Greek organizations with a time to work together, en- joy themselves, and express their pride in fraternity. Even though the opening event, the bonfire, fizzled out because of rain, the remainder of the week ' s activities were suc- cessful—from the Greek dance at Macon County Light Company to the riotous Greek games. Mauria Fitzgerald (ACO) was named Greek Goddess for 1977; Ernie Bakakos (TKE) was named Greek God. Below are some memorable scenes from the talent show and Greek games. 1 74 Activities 1 76 Activities Activities 1 77 ■ organizations mm ' .... ' ..!. " ' f ■ Millikin students and fac- ulty involve themselves in a wide range of campus organizations. The many university governmental groups delineate and re- solve student needs. Vari- ous professional groups exist for the furthering of their common fields of en- deavor. Campus special interest groups gather to explore and enjoy their related concerns. organizations 185 Front Row: Ann Kraemer Pastrovich, ' 72. Second Row: Glea Bell Simshauser, ' 27; Carolyn Cramer Pritchett, ' 51; Pauline Requarth Smith, ' 35; Jodie Klinefelter, ' 77; Linda Chapman Arends, ' 61; Bonnie Regan Ennis, ' 27. Third Row: Marty Robin- son Grohne, ' 54; Jim Kramer, ' 70; Bill Burdick, ' 49; Don Shroyer, ' 50; Mike McCracken, ' 78; Curt Fritsch, ' 77; Mark A. Neville, Director of Alumni Relations, ' 72; Dick Lockmiller, ' 51. Not pictured: Sue Boroian, ' 78; Virginia Folrath Evans, ' 35; Bob Kel- ler, ' 65; Fred Kuny, ' 52; Dave Pilcher, ' 39. alumni board The Alumni Board consists of Millikin alumni from classes past as well as four Millikin students. The board works jointly with the Alumni Office in planning class re- unions and Alumni Day. The Convocations Committee is made up of both students and faculty. The com- mittee is responsible for sponsoring pro- grams of cultural interest. Convocations receives its money from a portion of the student activity fee, from profits on shows, and from university donations. Maynard Ferguson, The Lettermen, and Leonard Nimoy were a few of the per- formers to appear on Kirkland stage this year. convocations Front Row: Barb Thomas, Diane Williams, Bob Harth. Second Row: Dayna Finet, Denise Hinck. Third Row: Terre Jones, Lisa Griebel, Vicki Lee, Alden Johnson, Mollie Freier, Dr. Charles Hale. organizations 187 Outstanding students se- lected by Office of Student Affairs to assist as Univer- sity hosts, particularly dur- ing summer registration and orientation, Parents Day and Homecoming. These selected students are to ex- tend information about the University and its policies, and also have the responsi- bility of making each guest feel he is a welcome addi- tion to the Millikin community. 188 organizations judicial board Front Row: Jim Marshall, Julia Quick, Chuck Hubert. Second Row: Bob Harth, Don Hartman. The purpose of the Judicial Board shall be to hear charges against students and to make recommenda- tions to the Dean of Stu- dents in matters concerning the enforcement of Univer- sity regulations applicable to students. organizations 189 Established to improve the to- tal effectiveness of our orien- tation efforts toward our new students, this Commission is comprised of faculty, students and administrators and has the responsibility for devel- opment and coordination of a total orientation program throughout the year. Main projects of the Commission are planning Freshman Camp in the fall and preparation of the Student Handbook. orientation commission Front Row: Betty Long, Elizabeth Hill, Janet Weinrich. Second Row: Dr. Fred Connell, Rob Mardock, Dr. Stacy Myers, Lenny Owens, Paul Rittof, Dr. Ronald Shelton. 190 organizations Front Row: Cindy Nyberg, Dr. Stacy Myers, Gayle Milligan, Carol Lane. Second Row: Dr. Brian Mihm, Mike Lyerla, Cathy Good, Mollie Freier, Jay Hartman, Shelly Benson. publications board Publications Board is com- prised of the editors, business managers, and faculty advi- sors of the various university media. It is the responsibility of this board to facilitate the smooth operations of the De- caturian, Millidek, Collage, and WJMU radio station. organizations 191 Front Row: Kim Ritter, Tom Ginter, Nancy Kristufek, Beth Lyman, Denise Hinck, Vicki Lee. Second Row: Gail McMillan, Patty Grauf, Jan Coolley, Lynn Solomon, Jodie Klinefelter, Lenny Owens, Paul Herren, Basil Bakakos, Dave Blair, Mike Rostenkowski. student admissions corps SAC is a group of 33 selected students who work in cooperation with the Admis- sions Office. These individuals act as campus guides for prospective Millikin students who visit the campus, and give them the student ' s point of view about Millikin and college life in general. ill Front Row: Paul Rittof, Angy Beck, Larry Hopp, Robyn Steagall, Shelley Benson, Julia Quick, Martha Hunt. Second Row: Betty Long, Bob Jones, Tom Ginter, Ron Tapscott, Kim Ritter, Cathy Etling, Mollie Freier, Karen Dulberg, Cheryl Krell. Third Row: Bob Mardock, Tom Connor, Scott Kaminski, J. Harley Marshall, Kathy Ferris, Tony Sparks, Kent Hamilton, Tom Jennings, Mark Adams, Greg Jones,, Bob Steinkamp, Beth Lyman. student senate The Senate is the coordinating orga- nization for student activity and opinion. It is composed of represen- tatives of student organizations, resi- dence halls, and students at large. All student organizations must be approved by the Senate one year af- ter receiving permission to organize. Co-Chairmen of all campus activities are chosen from petitions submitted to Student Senate. The President and Vice President of Senate are elected by the student body, and the Secretary and Treasurer are se- lected by the Senate from petitions. organ izations 193 university center board This Board is responsible for all student activities conducted in the University Center and sponsors such all-school ac- tivities as the Christmas party, informal dances and movies. The Board is also re- sponsible for maintaining recreational facilities in the " SUB " . Front Row: Tracy Simpson, John Goodwin, Elizabeth Hill, Marlin Hartman, Don Deunaber, Kemi Curry. Second Row: Stewart Page, Randy Jones, Russ Veldenz, John Betscher, Don Hartman, Lisa Gan- schinietz, Bill Beal, Mike Hayek, John Ferguson, Dave DuBravec. 194 organizations Front Row: Steve Burton, Bob Behrend, Fran Kaduti, Kevin Eckhart, Tony Beckett. Second Row: Tim Con- nelly, Chuck Geier, Bob Geier, John Lukens, Jim Croxton, Tom Carlson, Lee Best. The Millikin Chapter of American Institute of In- dustrial Engineering was organized to promote better unde rstanding of industrial engineering. a.i.i.e. organizations 195 The members of Backstage assist with ticket sales, set design, make-up, and costuming for Millikin theatre produc- tions. Each year, the group travels to other cities and universities to take in a variety of theatrical performances. One such trip this year took them to Champaign to see Porgy and Bess. backstage Front Row: Mollie Freier, Michael Thomas, Bob Shepard, Lynda Mears, Ruth Hanson, Brian Walkup. Second Row: Desiree Baum- garner, Sue Servos, Mark Willis, Curt Selby, Jim Burkhardt, Mary Wilking, Tom Wood. Third Row: James Glennie, Bob Moeller, Lisa Griebel, Terry Williams, Art Hopper, Tom Grabowski, Dody Landgren, Mary Midiri. Front Row: Gary Libell, Scott Smith, Leslie Hannapel, Bob Steinkamp. Second Row: Bob Jones, Russell Veldenz, Tim McCarthy, Gary Rowan, Dale Wills. blackstone law society The Blackstone Law Society was recently orga- nized for the benefit of pre-law students. The Society provides information regarding law schools, and law school applications; speakers well-versed in the field visit the Society ' s meet- ings which are open to anyone who is interested. 198 organizations Front Row: Wayne Peterson. Second Row: Kemi Curry, Carl McClaine, Dr. Jensen, Liz Matteson, Julie Cordts. Third Row: Danerte Cilibraise, Dale Richardson, Jan McClintock, Sandy Coffey, Laura Keener, Jaylene Cundiff, Ralph Allan, Tim Malone, Julia Fluss, Dave Ebbert, Glen Richmann. environmental affairs council The Environmental Affairs Council is a group of Millikin students and faculty who share a con- cern for improving the environment. They serve not only Millikin, but also the community of De- catur. The council sponsors many projects, in- cluding recycling drives and " Earth Week " which is held in the spring at Millikin. organizations 199 ducator ' s national conference This organization is devoted to the preparation of music teachers. Dis- cussions and projects supplement the regular degree offering in music edu- cation. M.E.N.C. is open to all music majors and it is of particular interest to music education majors. Melissa Reichart, Gary Stolz. Second Row: Cindy Krone, Gwen Klein, Denise Wasson, Sue e, Iva Johnson, Debbie Hawkins, Mark Hebda, Debbie Shelton, Michael Folker, Dennis Ban- avis. » Front Row: Lisa Weber, Rita Quails, Rebecca Peterson. Second Row: Lynn Hood, Julie Sprouls, Jodie Klinefelter, Debbie Jenne, Jill Lindenmeyer, Diane Keeney, Dr. Jensen, Rhonda Koldehoff. Not pictured: Sheryl Cummins, Cindy Nyberg, Matt Rottman. pt-mt co-op PT-MT Co-op offers a variety of means by which physical therapy and medical therapy majors may broaden their knowledge of their respective fields. Speakers, films, and volunteer pro- grams are some of the means used for achieving this goal. organizations 201 Front Row: Cathy Etling, Phyllis Brady, Debbie Hampton, Rita Core, Kim Stephenson. Second Row: Jane West- endorf, Delia Benavides, Jennifer Friday, Colleen Smith, Jan Friedewald, Gwen Barnes, Kim Davis, Sue Wall- ace, Cathy Irwin. waa The purpose of WAA is to interest students in women ' s athletics, both as sports and as aids to phys- ical efficiency. Its program in- cludes speedball, bowling, basket- ball, volleyball, and badminton. The women ' s social organization or dormitory which wins the most games receives the traveling trophy, presented each spring. In- dividual awards are also given to active women in the association. WAA sponsors the Annual Inter- collegiate Tennis Tournament. 202 organizations collage Left to right: Gayle Milligan, Jeff Jones, Mollie Freier, editor. Not pictured: Dr. Guillory, advisor; Warren Anderson; Tom Wood. Collage is a collection of creative works submitted by the students and faculty of Millikin each semes- ter. Included within its pages are photographs, pen and ink draw- ings, poetry, short fiction, one-act plays, book, movie, and record re- views, and informal essays. organizations 203 tary on life at Milli- lly to pick up a De- -weekly newspaper 977 editor, Cathy itained the contem- nitiated by last se- litors, Dayne Finet itured: Angy Beck, Mauria Fitzgerald, Brian White, Betty Long, and Donna Coftman. millidek Row 1: Jill Lindenmeyer; Gayle Milligan, editor; Dr. Stacy Myers, advisor. Row 2: Linnea Patrick, copy editor; Chris Berquist; Gail Clark; Cindy Nyberg, business manager. Changing along with Millikin ' s people and events, each edition of the Millidek becomes the statement of a particular time— and this time is ours! organizations 205 The Religious Life Com- mittee organizes a series of activities throughout the year which are spiritually- oriented. They schedule speakers, plan Holy Week activities, and organize vari- ous student-faculty retreats. religious life Row 1: Beth Hawkins, Jim Stuart. Row 2: Margaret Pearson, Larry Burton, Karen Dulberg, Barb Thomas, Alden Johnson, Stu Spears. committee 206 organizations forensics Row 1: Terry Williams. Row 2: Julie Scott, Mark Willi s, Stacy Myers, Lisa Griebel. Row 3: Shelly Shafer, Rebecca Rice, Misha Curfman, Judy Mason, Mike Goggins, Steve Crow. Members of the forensics team participate in events such as po- etry reading, prose reading, per- suasive speaking, and dramatic in- terpretation. They are active in debate as well. This year ' s na- tional debate topic was: " Resolved that the federal government should significantly enforce the consumer safety guarantees of major manufacturers. " organizations 207 chess club The members of the Millikin Chess Club enjoy the mental ex- ercise involved in their game of skill and strategy. Tourna- ments are held within the club, and Dr. Liv- ingston offers a win- ter term course, as well. Check? Row 1: Dr. Felix Livingston, Marty Franek, Margaret Pearson. Row 2: Rich Hofhei- mer, Dale Polio. 208 organizations Row 1: Lori Friel, Bob Jones, Robyn Campbell, Elaine Comerota. Row 2: Stew Page, Kim Davis, Lori Siltman, Cheryl Carroll, Kris Drake, Alan Sirvinskas, Tom Powers, Bill Beal. residence halls council The Residence Halls Council is a coordinating body designed to encourage activities in the residence halls. RHC includes in its membership four represen- tatives from each housing unit, and one representa- tive from each auxiliary house. Each floor of any university residence hall is supervised by a resident assistant. Each hall, in turn, is managed by a head resident assistant, who coordinates pol- icy between the floors and other dorms. Resident assistants serve as Masons be- tween the university and the dorm resi- dents in order to maintain the smooth op- eration of campus housing. resident assistants Row 1: Jennifer Friday. Row 2: Karen Jacobs, Rob Skanse, Nancy Beavan. Row 3: Karen Dulberg, Andrea Kramer, Renee Beals, Maureen Quilhot, Harold Shumaker. Row 4. Georgia Heth, Keith Wellman, Sally Brown, Jane Mills, Mike Jalbert, Dave Pistorius, Carta Graig, Tony Sparks, Dan Bessey, Greg Jones, Phil Holloway, Tim Currinder. organizations 211 The sailing club aver- ages forty members a year. It owns five La- sers, a Penguin, a Snipe, and a motor- boat. The club is a reg- istered member of the Decatur Yacht Club. mu sailing club ii Row 1: Cindy Heneghan, Bill Beal, Lee Morgan, Shelly Schaefer. Row 2: Judy Marshall, Lori Bellm, Byron Veech, Diane Williams, Debbie Rosenberger. Row 3: Sue Slater, Missy Grohne, Lis Matteson, Julie Cordts, Don Hartman. MU Swim Timers serve an instrumental func- tion to the Millikin swim team. They attend ev- ery home swim meet; their duties involve the operation of the score- board and the actual clocking of each swim- mer ' s time. mu swim timers Row 1: Lynn Solomen, Denise Hinck, Cathy Etling, Wendi Steinberg, Debbie Rosen- berger, Sue Slater. Row 2: Ruth Peterson, Sarah Taylor, Diane Williams, Susan Moel- lenkamp, Sue Latta. Row 3: Joan Martin, Linda Gazzola, Perrie Sue Buesking, Jody Klinefelter, Betty Long, Shelly Schaefer, Sandy Lynch, Karen Pilnock, Kay Dees Lori Bellm. organizations 213 Row 1: Sandy Hodges, Holly Henderson, Peggy Rueckert, Lucy Henderson, Kendy Schroeder, Katrina Perkins. Row 2: Marcia Kry- gowski, Mary Tevebaugh, Beth Peterson, Janet Ernst, Robyn Steagall, Pam Yaroch, Sioux Shaner, Amy Ekblom, Diane Keeney, Teri Guiney. Row 4: Kim Mrowiec, Cindy Gatliff, Lynn Hood, Glenis Oberto, Lori Bellm, Pam Allen, Gail Edwards, Betsy Bowen, Lisa Olen- dorf, Cindy Toland, Vicki Plotz, Diane Taylor. ato little sisters 214 organizations dsp little sisters Row V. Lisa Hess, Amy Vaughn, Kathy Fitzgerald, Judy Mason, Sue Smith. Row 2. Dana Hughes, Paula Buck, Linda Gazzola, Mary Purdom, Wendy Roe, Pam Wilson, Kathy Gardner, Cheryl Sweatman. Row 3: Martha Brendel, Marci Megginson, Graceann Walker, Sue Cannon, Kim Sanders, Donna Bussa, Jane Glover. organizations 215 216 organizations A girl may become a TKE sweetheart in either of two ways: 1) she may become directly involved with one TKE, that is, she may become lavaliered, pinned, or engaged, or 2) she may become gen- erally involved with the entire frater- nity! Method One is automatic: Method tke SWeetheartS Two requires a house vote. Row 1: Jane Thomas, Jeanine Harris, Beth Lyman, Margaret Rueckert, Elaine Comerota. Row 2: Heidi Heinz, Julia Quick, Jodie Klinefelter, Ja- net Weinrich, Kim Ritter. 218 organizations christian science organization Members of the Christian Science or- ganization meet weekly in Malone Chapel to share Bible readings, as well as the writings of Mary Baker Eddy. Each meeting includes a period for personal testimonies. Denise Spires, chairman; Mike and Ann Williams, advisors. organizations 219 interdenominational bible study The Interdenominational Bible Study group holds weekly meetings which provide an op- portunity for discussion of the meanings of biblical writings. These meetings are open to anyone interested in studying the Bible in an informal setting. 23rd psalm Rev. Sikes, Mike DeBrun, Carol Karr, Luann Davis, Delia Benavides. The members of the 23rd Psalm group focus on one particular theme each se- mester; this year they investigated prophecy and the book of Genesis. Weekly meetings are held which in- clude a teaching session, a question and answer period, and sometimes a just-for-fun activity. 220 organizations baptist union Concerned students of the Baptist faith meet weekly to dis- cuss and relate their daily lives to their faith and beliefs. organizations 221 Melissa Reichart, Pam Wilson, Sue Latta, Brenda Steffens, Sandy Findley, Jeanine Harris, Betty Long. panhellenic council This organization coordi- nates the activities of the four sororities and serves as their link to the Na- tional PanhellenicConfer- ence. Panhel promotes good relations works for greater unity among women ' s Greek organiza- tions on campus. 222 organizations Interfraternity Council is the representative gov- erning body for Greek men on campus. The Council oversees frater- nity activities, including the rush program, as well as sponsoring all-school events. interfraternity council first row: Rick Harvill, Lenny Owens, Jim Schumaker, Ed Trogdon, Mike Bratsos, Paul Rittof, Don Neunaber, Bob Zimmerman. second row: Tom Conners, Rob Mardock, John Zimmerman, Don Brilley, Gary Curtis, Andy Copeland, Dave Reuter. organizations 223 Student Education Association consists of students interested in broadening their awareness of the teaching field through outside activities. Bi-weekly 224 organizations wjmu staff top row: Sioux Shaner, Dave Harpstrite, Kent Gidcumb, Mike Lengacher, Nick Fullerton, Jon Ferguson, Bob Shepherd, Mike Goggins, John Choules, Terese Herbert, Lisa Ganschnitz. middle row: Fred Sauerman, Gary Stolz, Melody Wenz, Sue Cannon, Elaine Comerata, Jay Hartman, Joyce Geissert. seated: John Eckert, Wendi Steinberg, Charlie Lyerla, Mike Sands, Stephanie Markou, Dave Dragoo, Martin Hartman. WJMU, " the voice of Millikin, " " out of the big Blue, " is the ra- dio station (obviously) of Millikin University. The station is oper- ated by students who broadcast from 2 P.M. until 12 midnight throughout the regular semes- ter. Tune in to fm-90, an " educa- tion in rock. " organizations 225 Phi Mu Alpha is a national organization of male students who have selected music as their profession or otherwise are actively engaged in the advance- m ent of music in the community. phi mu alpha top row: Joe Garbe, Dave Smith, Scott Moninger. middle row: Tom Wolfe, Forrest Fisher, Kent Gregory, Dale Freeman, Dennis Banter, Rick Moma, Kent Minor, Gary Stolz, John Retzlaff, Mark Hebda, Dave Colgate, front row: Carl McClaine, Brian Walkup, Paul Germano, Mike Folker. 226 organizations top row: Anne Sherrill, Becky Enrietto, Kim Sanders, Debbie Hawkins, Chris Salvatore, Julie Stevens, Amy Day. front row: Sue Can- non, Melissa Reichart, Regina Davis. phi mu alpha little sisters organizations 227 sai (sigma alpha iota) top row: Melissa Reichart, Sara Hunter, Debbie Hawkins, middle row: Gina DeRochi, Debbie Shelton, Debbie Throneburg, Mary Ann Lange, standing Chris Salvatore, Robyn Campbell, Kim Sanders, Delores Noble, Mary Terese Strunc, Renita Goff. front row: Sue Can- non, Julie Stevens, Nancy Davis, Iva Johnson, Tawnie Moma. Sigma Alpha lota is the national pro- fessional music fraternity for women who have chosen to uphold the high- est ideals of music. This group co- sponsors the spring opera with Phi Mu Alpha each year. 228 organizations Convocations committee offers the Millikin community diversified pro- grams featuring renowned speakers and performers. The 1976-77 series included Maynard Ferguson, the Let- termen, Nicholas von Hoffman, Step- hanie Cotsirilos, Leonard Nimoy, the New Shakespeare Company, and the Alvin Ailey II Dance Company. " Maynard is still one of the best. Like, man, he blows horn, y ' know? New converts and hard-core Fergu- son ' fanaddicts, ' as well had goose bumps and tingles when he played Kirkland September 26th. His energy is astounding, his band is extremely proficient, and his arrangements are always overwhelmingly exciting. Maynard himself has the clearest, strongest, highest, and " sweetest " horn around. One can ' t help but be blown away by his tones . . . " — bknoe 230fine arts The Lettermen, well-known vocal group, provided easy-listening music for the sell-out Homecoming audience at Kirk- land on October 23. The variety of songs performed was extensive; there were " tunes " to please any and all. The high- light of the evening ' s performance was a call by the trio for audience participation; several Millikin " stars " displayed their talents as the finale. fine arts 2 31 " Von Hoffman was pretty much what I had expected him to be. He did call Richard Nixon a " dirty rat, " and he made various comments about both of the major party candidates, calling them " klutzes " and telling the au- dience that these two men stood the danger of " being chloroformed. " Whether von Hoffman means the things he says or not is question- able—maybe he does . . . " — Dayne Finet V ' Y? fine arts " Stephanie Cotsirilos is a dy- namic performer with a truly unique repertoire. Her perfor- mance at Kirkland on December 6th was unusual and refreshing; she is a delight! " — Jo Langheim ■Hj On the evening of February 17, Kirkland auditorium was visited by Leonard Nimoy of Star Trek fame. Those who attended en- joyed his stimulating talk entitled " Odyssey to the Corners of Your Mind. " 234 fine arts The New Shakespeare Company of San Francisco returned to the Kirkland stage on March 13 with a performance of Shake- speare ' s greatest tragedy, Hamlet. Pictured below is Simon Levy who played the role of Prince Hamlet. On April 26, the final Con- vocations presentation of the ' 76- ' 77 series featured the Al- vin Ailey II Dance Company. The program consisted of a series of dramas interpreted by the company through mod- ern dance movements. The most fitting description of the entire show is that it was an intense performance. 236 fine arts university concert series The University Concert Series brings art- ists of national and international recogni- tion to Millikin ' s campus. The ' 76- ' 77 sea- son brought the Chicago Symphony, the Robert de Cormier Singers, and Madame Butterfly to name a few. The programs are planned each season by a committee of students, faculty, and townspeople. Chicago symphony orchestra fine arts 237 millikin university theatre productions « 7 sriff godspell Millikin Theatre De- partment ' s produc- tion of Godspell was tres bien! The enthu- siasm of the cast for their performance was so great that the audience could not help but get involved. 240 fine arts Dames at Sea as presented by Millikin University Showcase Theatre was a re- freshing look at the age-old boy-meets- girl love story. As di- rector, choreogra- pher, and actor, Mi- chael Thomas initiated this project as a winter term course. Performed in the spirit of Vaude- ville and enjoyed by all, Mike received our vote for an " A " ! Gail McMillan dames at sea fine arts 241 Die Fledermaus, a three-act operetta with music by Jo- hann Strauss, was per- formed on Kirkland stage April 22 and 23. An involved plot was resolved in the fi- nale to the enjoyment of those in attendance. The excellent choreography and music highlighted this Spring Opera production. millikin ' s musical groups choir orchestra 244 fine arts J. M.S. Committee james millikin scholars Entered 1974 Warren Anderson James Causey Michael Cerny Kathy Church Mary Crain Sheila Domescik Amy Ekblom Dayna Finet Dawn Funk Causey Tom Grabowski Georgia Heth Lynn Hood Randal Kowalski Carletta Kunz Hagerty Marc Lawrence Mark Matlock Gayle Milligan Margaret Pearson Melissa Reichart Jim Thommes Entered 1976 Jean M. Appanaitis Bruce R. Barnes Julianne Cordts Stephen P. Eckel Marilyn S. Elder Catherine A. Etling Jonathan L. Ferguson Jan E. Friedewald Martin C. Gleason Deborah J. Grenlund Cynthia M. Heneghan Kelly L. Holcomb Timothy J. Holl Mary A. Lange Michael S. Lawlor Patricia K. Lemmons Christina Lindberg Michael J. Morris Michael R. Niesman Patrick Pierce Charles E. Stevens Scott Stevens Elizabeth M. Sweet Thomas Wood Entered 1975 James Avis Christiann Bergquist Sally E. Brown Charlotte E. Dunlap Cynthia S. Dunning Carl S. Ferguson John E. Fetter Martin J. Franek Marshal K. Gregory Michael A. Innis Robert A. Jones Janice L. McClintock Lee. W. Morgan Kevin S. Oshiro Julia L. Peters Richard D. Rames Tracy A. Simpson Alan A. Sirvinskas David R. Stain Marcia E. Thompson Denise Wasson Keith T. Wellman Neil Baird Paul Givens Henry Gromoll Norman Jensen James Kettelkamp Marvin Klaven Mary Lauerman Carl Loveridge Douglas Phillips Robert Mclntire Alan Sirvinskas Keith Wellman Daniel L. Guillory, Chairman 248 honors Faculty and Administrative Staff Members Arvid Adell Ralph Allan Jack Allen William Anderson Neil Baire Denny Benner William Bodamer Stephen Dodge William Ferris Richard Ferry Jack Gaston David Glasscock Ronald Gregory Henry Gromoll Richard Hoffland Norman Jensen Marvin Klaven William Kreuger Wayne Krows Kenneth LaRowe William Lewis Robert Mardock David Marshall Robert Mclntire J. Roger Miller Jean Northrup James Olson Margaret Peterson Graham Provan Donald Rocke Patricia Sandoval Lester Shell Ronald Shelton Wesley Snyder Russell Tiede Carl Weatherbee William Williams Students (On Campus) Roma Benner John Cerny Judith Marshall Michael Polyack Carol Ramsay Deborah Shelton David Stricklin James Thommes Donna White New Members 1977 Gordon Forbes Daniel Guillory Nicholas Kargas Warren Anderson Ramona Carlyle James Causey Timothy Connelly Mary Crain Regina Davis James Dunnan Amy Ekblom Karen Evans William Franklin Mary Freier Renita Goff Garrett Herzon Georgia Heth Lynn Hood Martha Hunt Karen Isaacs Gayle Milligan Tawnie Moma Roy Mosser Lisa Olsen Julia Quick Donna Sheller Linda Weatherbee Dale Wills Kathy Gardner John Hoots Julia Peters Phi Kappa Phi is a national colle- giate honorary society open to those in the arts and sciences meeting the established high scholastic standards. phi kappa phi 250 honors alpha epsilon delta Alpha Epsilon Delta is an international honor society for pre-medical and pre-dental stu- dents of high scholarship in at least their fourth semester of college work. Gamma Chapter in Illinois was installed in May, 1 968. Active Members William Franklin Barbara Lund Mark Kuhnke Geoffrey Spears Garrett Herson Mark Ridlen Mike Cerny Scott Magnuson Kevin Harrington James Thommes Cliff Swanson Joan Martin Steve Soppett Nick Peters David Reueter Karen Baumgarten Randy Kowalske Albert Abbott Sandra Coffey John Fetter Allan File Gregg Finigan Mark Gordy Scott Gaitros Joanne Mayer Bruce Mitchell Larry Osborne Richard Rames Charles Sammis Gary Simms David Stain Charissa Thorpe Kevin Weikart Greg Welty Brit Williams Mary Alice Doyle ♦Pictured above honors 251 rho lambda Rho Lambda is a national pan- hellenic honorary society for so- rority women who have demon- strated outstanding leadership, scholarship, sorority, and pan- hellenic loyalty and ability. first row: Melissa Reichart, Marilyn Leffelman, Lynn Solomon, Jodie Klinefelter, ' second row: Amy Vaughn, Jan Coolley, Jeanine Harris, Susan Boroian, Debra Hagerbaumer, Diane Williams, Susan Wallace, Amy Day, Ann Cover, Patty Grauf. third row: Sue Smith, Lisa Gnebel, Amy Ekblom, Denise Hinck, Kaye Claus, Gail Mrugacz, Amy Northrup, Cathy Irwin, Julia Quick, Dayna Finet, Kathy Gardner Susan Slater, Karen Christensen, Carol Zielke. 252 honors ! pi mu theta Pi Mu Theta is a local honor- ary for senior women, se- lected on the basis of scholar- ship, leadership, and campus service. Pi Mu Theta awards two scholarships each year to worthy junior women. first row: Julia Quick, second row: Amy Ekblom, Susan Slater, Gayle Milligan, Karen Isaacs, Deriise Hinck. honors 253 Sigma Zeta is a national honorary organiza- tion limited to outstanding students of math- ematics and science. Members must present a paper on some phase of science and main- tain a 2.75 cumulative average with a 3.0 in science courses. sigma zeta Karen Baumgarten, Karen Evans, Patricia Grauf, Kevin Harrington, Garrett Herson , Rhonda Koldehoff, Barb Lund , Margaret Lyons, Joan Martin, JoEllen Moore, Michael Powers, Julia Quick , Carol Ramsay, Mark Ridlen, Steve Rodeffer, Steve Soppett, Peg Soukup, Geoffrey Spears , Charissa Thorpe, Bill Franklin , Lynette Bork, Catherine Claus . Jill Lindenmeyer , Bill Husar , Lynn Hood , Joanne Mayer , Steve Cerny . (New Members) Cliff Swanson, Karen Veit, Christiann Berquist, Sheryl Cummins, Pat Heywood, John Fetter , Vicki Lee, Janice Barno , Allan Buck, Cathy Irwin , Nancy Morasso, Diane Keeney , Mark Klein, Dave Reuter, Kemi Curry , Mike Cerny , Phil Holloway, Matt Rottman , Steve Meinhold, Mary Alice Doyle , Cindy Dunning, Glenn Brichacek. 254 honors phi alpha theta Jim Havener, Sigrid Stottrup, Don Brilley, Peg Rueckert, Carl McClaine, Tim McCarthy, Dayna Finet. Phi Alpha Theta is an honorary for his- tory students. Its members took part in such activities this year as a straw poll in which they canvassed the Millikin student body regarding their choice in the 1976 Presidential race. honors 255 seated on steps: Debra Hagerbaumer, Debra Helmkamp, Amy Ekblom, Regina Davis, Jeanine Harris, Cathy Irwin, Lisa Hess, Amy Day, Janet Weinrich, Lisa Griebel, Kathy Gardner, Cindy Nyberg, Diane Williams, Julia Quick, seafed on ledge: Lisa Ganschnitz, Jim McClelland, Bob Jones, Keith Wellman, Julia Peters, Ann Cover, standing: Margaret Pearson, Dan Bessey, Betty Long, Rob Mardock, J. Harley Marshall, Paul Rittof, Graceann Walker, Karen Leakey, Karen Jacobs, Jeff Jones, Dayna Finet, Debbie Shelton, Nick Peters. Students chosen for membership in this organization have evidenced great strength of character, good so- cial and moral responsibilities, scho- lastic achievement and other quali- ties indicating strong citizenship and faithful leadership. The list of nomi- nees is submitted for national approval. 256 honors The morning of May 4, 1977, Presi- dent J. Roger Miller was not only be- stowing awards, but receiving them, as Phi Mu Alpha presented him with the Orpheus Award. Approximately 200 students were honored for their scholastic achieve- ments as well as for athletic, dra- matic, musical, scientific, and busi- ness-related accomplishments. honors 257 graduation day 1977 258 Honors student index Aavik, Meta 36 Abbott, Albert 89 Abbott, Phillip G. 44 Ackman, Thomas 44, 94 Adams, Mark 44, 94, 193 Adrian, Robert 44, 101 Aiken, Lyle 36 Albrecht, Fred 44, 89, 121 Allen, Pamela 36, 214 Allison, Mark 89 Allison, Roma 8, 250 Altenburg, Lynn 29, 196 Althoff, Barbara 44 Anderson, Deborah 44 Anderson, James R. 94, 136 Anderson, Julie 44 Appanaitis, Jean 248 Armstrong, Timothy 147 Arnold, Stuart 8, 101, 121, 139 Atchison, Cinda 29 Austin, Henry 89 Avers, James 44 , 94 Bakakos, Basil 192 Bakakos, Ernie 29 Baker, Becky 44 Baker, Debra 44 Banter, Dennis 36, 200, 226 Baranowski, Joyce 44 Barenkamp, James 91, 121, 138 Barnes, Bruce 248 Barnes, Gwen 44, 202 Barno, Janice 254 Batek, William 91, 139 Bates, Steven 44 Bauer, Ray 44, 91 Baysinger, Sonya 29 Beal, William 94, 194, 210, 212 Beals, Renee 211 Beatte, Pamela 44 Beavan, Nancy 21 1 Beck, Amy 36, 125 Beck, Angy 193 Beck, Ben 29, 128 Beckett, Tony 36, 95, 195 Becton, Terena 29 Behrend, Robert 29, 195 Behrns, Maria 29 Bell, Brian 101, 121 Bell, Chan 121 Bell, Paula 36 Bellm, Bradley 44, 91 Bellm, Lori 44, 212, 213, 214 Benavides, Delia 44, 202, 220 Benson, Shelley 191, 193 Bergman, Richard 28, 89 Berquist, Christiann 29, 205, 248 Bessey, Daniel 36, 94, 211, 256 Best, Lee 91, 195 Beteet, Kenneth 36, 88, 91 Betscher, John 36, 101, 147, 194 Binkley, Victor 44 Bitzer, David 94 Bivens, Mary 44 Black, Eugene 134 Black, Kerry 9 Blair, David 29, 192 Blakeley, John 91 Bland, Barbara 45 Bledsoe, Richard 45 Blick, Rodger 36 Bliler, Edmund 9 Blomeley, Betty 9 Boehm, Teresa 9 Bona, Pam 45 Bone, James 36, 89 Bork, Lynette 9 Boroian, Susan 29, 200, 252 Boswell, Jeffery 136 Bourisaw, Michael 89 Bova, David 29 Bowen, Elizabeth 9, 214 Bradshaw, Lloyd 45 Brady, Karla 45 Brady, Phyllis 36, 202, 209 Brandenburg, Merri 36 Brassel, Gregory 94 Bratsos, Michael 101, 223 Bravo, Laura 45 Brendel, Martha 215 Brennan, Michael 101, 121 Brenner, David 89, 121 Brenson, L. 91 Brichacek, Clenn 95 Briddle, Dave 91, 138 Briggs, Mikel 89 Brilley, Donald 36, 95, 223, 255 Brilley, Vicki 36 Brinson, Leonard 121 Britt, John 36, 94, 136 Brown, David 121 Brown, Jerome 121, 209 Brown, Robert 89 Brown, Sally 29, 211 Brumley, Barbara 9, 136 Brymer, Mark 36, 89 Buck, Allan 9 Buck, Paula 36, 215 Buck, Robert 89 Buesking, Perrie Sue 45, 213 Bumgarner, Desiree 29, 141, 197 Bundy, Craig 121 Burbank, Scott 36, 94 Burbidge, Christine 45, 136 Burkhardt, James 45 Burton, David 29 Bush, Susan 29 Buske, Amy 36 Bussa, Donna 37, 196, 215 Butzke, William 94 Cahill, Carole 9, 125 Cahill, Robert 89 Calas, Craig 89 Camden, Curtis 29 Campbell, Janet 37 Campbell, Robyn 37, 200, 210, 228 Cannon, Susan 37, 215, 225, 227, 228 Carlson, Thomas 94, 195 Carlyle, Marcia 37 Carlyle, Ramona 9 Carr, Ann 29 Carr, David 45 Carr, Robert 94, 121 Carroll, Cheryl 37, 217, 210 Carver, Keith 94, 121 Casper, Donald 37 Catalan, Philip 91 Causey, James 10, 248 Cerar, Jon 95 Cerny, John M. 248, 250, 251, 254 Cerny, Stephen 91, 254 Chamberlain, Rebecca 10 Chiaffredo, James 95 Choules, John 225 Christensen, Karen 29, 252 Christie, Judy 45 Christie, Marny 10 Church, Kathy 10 Cilibraise, Danette 29, 199 Clark, Gail 29, 205 Clark, Keith 91 Claus, Catherine 10, 252, 254 Clem, Douglas 95, 138 Coduti, Frances 30, 195 Coffey, Sandra 30, 199 Coffman, Donna 10 Coffman, Kevin 121 Cohorst, Robert 45, 91, 121 Colgate, David 226 Collins, Mary 45, 196 Comerota, Elaine 30, 210, 218, 225 Conley, Kermit 37 Connelly, Timothy 10, 95, 195 Conner, Richard 121 Connors, Thomas 89, 193, 223 Cook, Gary 10, 121 Cooling, Donald 10 Coolley, Jan 10, 192, 216. 252 Cooper, Jeff 94, 121 Cope, William 30 264 Copeland, Addison 223 Cordts, Julianne 45, 199, 212 Core, Rita 37, 202 Cornell, Kimberly 30 Courtney, Pamela 45 Cover, Kathryn Ann 11, 252, 256 Cox, Donna 45 Cox, Rebecca 45 Cox, Timothy 30, 89 Crain, Mary 11, 248 Cratz, Charles 91 Crawford, Douglas S. 45, 91 Crawford, Gordon 11, 91, 121 Crittenden, Jill 11 Crow, Stephen 94, 207 Crowell, Greg 89 Croxton, James 195 Cummins, Sandra 1 1 Cummins, Sheryl 11 Cundiff, Jaylene 30, 199 Cunningham, Jenny 45 Curfman, Misha 45, 207 Currinder, Timothy 91, 128, 139, 211 Curry, Kemi 30, 194, 198, 254 Curry, Vernita 11 Curtis, Gary 30, 223 Custis, Timothy 45 Cutinello, Douglas 94, 139 Cvengros, Joseph 46, 121 Cxaicki, John 37 D ' Autremont, David 46 Dalluge, Bob 46, 121, 134 Dalpra, Z. 91 Dalton, Rick 11, 128 Daniels, Car;a 46 Danko, Steven 139 Davidson, Carol 46 Davis, Kimberly 37, 202, 210 Davis, Marilyn 46 Davis, Nancy 11, 200, 221, 228 Davis, Regina 11, 227, 256 Davis, Robert 196 Davis, Scott 121 Dawson, Jeffery 128 Day, Amy 30, 227, 252, 256 Dear, Marc 88, 134 Dear, Michael 37, 88 Deary, Kevin 46 Dees, Kay 37, 213 Deets, Norman 37, 94, 128 Delatte, Daniel 30 Denecke, Henry 30, 121 Deppe, Richard 89 DeRochi Gina 12, 228 Devore, Rita 30 Devries, Alan 121 Dewey, Neil 94, 95, 121 Difratta, Joseph 121 Dileo, Michael 134 Dillon, Kaye 46 Doering, Dwight 91 Dolan, James 95 Dolejs, Donna 37, 141, 216 Donajue, Andrew 89 Dooley, John 46, 91, 101 Douglass, James 12, 121 Doyle, Mary Alice 30, 217, 251, 254 Dozard, Kathi 46 Dragoo, David 225 Drake, Kristine 37, 210, 217 Drake, Susan 12 Drazewski, Scott 37 Drummond, Ronald 30 Dubravec, David 12, 194 Dulberg, Karen 12, 193, 206, 211 Dunham, Scott 46 Dunlap, Charlotte 248 Dunlap, Karen 30, 196, 216 Dunnan, James 12, 121, 147 Dunnan, Susan 12 Dunning, Cynthia 37, 248 Durham, Steven 91, 94, 139 Dutta, Gautam 37, 91 Ebbert, David 199 Eckel, Stephen 94, 248 Eckert, John 225 Eckert, Karen 37, 216 Eckhardt, Anita 12 Eckhart, Kevin 95, 195 Edmonds, Mark 91, 121 Edwards, Britt 89, 139 Edwards, Gail 30, 214 Edwards, Rick 38, 89, 94 Effner, Randall 30, 101 Ehling, Lynn 46 Eichenauer, Lee 95 Eichenauer, Thomas 95 Eiler, Stevanna 30 Ekblom, Amy 214, 250, 252, 253, 2 Elder, Marilyn 46, 248 Elliott, Brice 121 Ellis, Joan 46 Ellis, Joel 136 Emig, Debra 12, 217 Encarnacion, Pedro 38 Enrietto, Rebecca 46, 227 Ernst, Janet 214 Etling, Catherine 46, 141, 193, 202, ; Eubanks, Carol 38 Evangelista, Mark 121 Evans, Karen 12 Faber, Susan 38 Fahlander, Maryann 13 Farb, William 46, 94 Faust, Stephen 30, 89, 94 Feeney, Teresa 46 Feezel, Laura 46 Fendley, Sandra 46, 222 Fenner, J. Spring 46 Ferbend, R Richard 30, 91 Ferguson, Carl 38, 248 Ferguson, Jonathan 47, 91, 194, 225, 248 Ferris, Kathleen 193 Fetter, John 38, 95, 248, 251, 254 Finch, Dawn 31 Finet, Dayna 187, 250, 252, 255, 256 Finfrock, Patrick 13 Finigan, Gregory 31, 91, 128 Fisher, Forrest 221, 226 Fitzgerald, Douglas 89 Fitzgerald, Judith 47, 141 Fitzgerald, Kathy 215 Fleener, Douglas 47 Flora, Scott 89, 121 Floren, John 136 Fluss, Julia 199 Folker, Michael 47, 94, 200, 226 Forbes, James 121 Forbes, Richard 121 Ford, Paul 136 Forth, Deborah 13 Frale, James 38 Franek, Martin 38, 94, 208 Franklin, Sara 47 Franklin, William 13, 89, 251, 254 Frederick, Mark 47, 134 Free, Deborah 38 Freeman, Dale 226 Freeze, Karla 38 Freier, Mary P. 13, 187, 191, 193, 197, 203, 204 Frey, Celeste 31 Frey, Robert 13 Frey, Timothy 94 Fricke, Robert 38 Friday, Jennifer 1 3, 1 41 , 202, 21 1 , 209 Friday, John 47, 91, 209 Friedewald, Jan 47, 202, 248 Friel, Lori 38, 210 Friend, Marie 13 Fritsch, Curt 13, 139, 186 Frodin, Blake 13 Fromm, Jerry 47, 94 Frydenger, Thomas 14 Fuller, Dan 101, 121 Fulton, Nicholas 47, 225 3 Funk Causey, Carol D. 14, 248 Funneman, Bart 94, 128 Gagnon, Michael 47, 94 Galka, Christopher 140 Gamsky, Elizabeth 47 Ganschinietz, Lisa 194, 225, 256 Garbe, Joseph 47, 94, 226 Gardner, Kathy 31, 196, 215, 252, 256 Gatliff, Cindy 47, 214 Gavigan, Patrick 89, 121 Gazzola, Linda 213, 215 Geier, Charles 195 265 Geier, J. 91 Geier, Robert 14, 195 Geissert, Joyce 225 Geissler, Luann 38 Gentry, Michael 47, 94 Germana, Paul 14, 226 Gessert, Robert 38, 121 Gibbs, Keith 14, 95 Gibbs, Mirta 47 Gidcumb, James K. 14, 101, 121, 196, 225 Giffin, Kent 31 Gifford, Joe 136 Giger, S. 89 Gineris, Megan 47 Ginter, Tom 38, 192, 193 Glasscock, Vicki 14 Gleason, Martin 89, 94, 121, 248 Glennie, James 94, 95, 197 Glod, Robert 14 Glover, Jane 38, 136, 215 Gniot, Thomas 121 Goe, Sammy 95, 121 Goff, Renita 14, 228 Goggins, Michael 31, 94, 207, 225 Golich, Michael 91 Gonzales, Frank 94, 121 Good, Catherine 38, 191, 204 Gooding, Lori 47 Goodwin, John 194 Gordy, Mark 95 Gould, Howard 38, 91 Grabowski, Thomas 197 Graig, Carla 31, 211 Grant, Thomas 38 Grauf, Patricia 14, 192, 252 Graves, Kenton 38, 101, 134 Green, Richard 38, 89 Greenman, Daniel 31, 196 Gregory, Gordon 39, 94, 121 Gregory, Marshal K. 31, 94, 226, 248 Grenlund, Deborah 217, 248 Griebel, Lisa 187, 197, 207, 252, 256 Griffin, Gregory 39, 88, 91 Griffith, Mary 15, 141 Grimm, Robert 138 Groenier, Harold 91 Grohne, Melissa 47, 141, 212 Grosse, Susan 15 Grosse, Timothy 47, 94 Grubbs, Rebecca 47 Gualdoni, Janice 48 Guichard, Gregg 15 Guiney, Teri 39, 214 Gustafson, Kenneth 31, 94, 196 Haake, Diane 31 Hackl, Leland 48 Hagerbaumer, Debra 31, 216, 252, 256 Hagerty, Carlotta 248 Halbert, Michael 88, 94, 211 Hall, Trudy 15 Hamilton, Kent 95, 193 Hammel, Rebecca 31 Hampton, Debra 39, 202, 209 Hancock, Cnythia 217 Hanger, Terrence 91 Hannapel, Leslie 198 Hanson, Ruth 197 Harney, James 91, 121 Harper, Nadine 48 Harpstrite, David 15, 225 Harrington, Kevin 15 Harris, Jeanine 31, 218, 222, 252, 256 Harris, Jeffrey 89 Harth, Robert 15, 187, 189 Hartleben, Darlene 48 Hartman, Donald 15, 188, 189, 194, 212 Hartman, Jay 15, 191, 225 Hartman, Marlin 39, 194, 225 Harvill, Richard 89, 139, 223 Hatfill, Debra 31 Havener, James 89, 255 Hawkins, Beborah 31, 200, 227, 228 Hawkins, Elizabeth 39, 206 Hayek, Michael 194 Hayes, Phillip 48, 91 Hays, Margaret 15 Hazelwood, Duane 121 Hebda, Mark 39, 200, 226 Heckman, Jeff 91 Heinz, Heidi 218 Heinzel, Lindsey 39 Heinzman, John 31, 101, 121, 134 Helleman, Leslie 91 Helmkamp, Debra 31, 256 Hemmer, Robert 94, 121 Hemmerich, Duane 16, 134 Henderson, Holly 31, 214 Henderson, Lucy 16, 214 Heneghan, Cnythia 48, 212, 248 Henikin, Bruce 39, 95 Hensley, Kent 16 Herbert, Teres 31, 225 Herren, Paul 16, 192 Herrick, William 16 Hertel, James 48, 94, 121 Herzon, Garrett 16, 91, 251, 254 Hess, Lisa 31, 196, 215, 256 Heth, Georgia 16, 211, 248 Hilgendorf, Dawn 48 Hillegonds, Michael, 136 Hinck, Denise 16, 187, 192, 213, 252, 253 Hindman, David 91 Hines, Cynthia 216 Hodges, Sandra 48, 141, 214 Hoffland, Thomas 89 Hofheimer, Richard 208 Holcomb, Kelly 48, 196, 248 Holloway, Philip 211 Holmes, Dan 94, 188 Homeier, Skip 94, 121 Hood, Lynn 16, 201, 214, 248, 250, 254 Hook, Julie 32 Hoots, Debbie 217 Hopp, Lawrence 48, 91, 193 Howard, Denise 125 Hubbel l, Denise 39 Huber, Randy 91 Hubert, Clifford 16, 138, 189 Hughes, Dana 32, 215 Huhnke, Leah 48 Huls, Rebecca 39, 217 Hunt, Martha 17, 193 Hunter, Sara 228 Hurrelbrink, Jane 32, 216 Husar, William 39, 95, 254 Huston, Rex 94 Idle, Barton 32 lies, Roberta 28 Ingold, Denise 48 Inman, Randall 128, 138 Innis, Michael 91, 248 Irwin, Cathy 32, 141, 202, 216, 252, 254, 256 Isaacs, Karen 17, 253 Jacobs, Karen 17, 188, 211, 256 James, David 121 Jeffery, Elisabeth 39 Jenne, Deborah 39, 201 Jennings, Thomas 94, 193 Johansen, Charles 89 Johnican, Vern 88, 91, 121 Johnson, Alden 32, 94, 187, 206 Johnson, Bonnie 17 Johnson, Iva 32, 200, 228 Johnson, Lucian 17 Johnston, Paul 39, 95 Johnson, Sina 32 Johnston, Mark 17 Jones, James 128 Jones, Jean 216 Jones, Jeffrey S. 203, 256 Jones, Randy 17, 194 Jones, Robert 32, 188, 193, 198, 210, 248, 256 Jordan, Karen 17 Joschko, Phillip 48, 94 Julian, Jay 39, 95, 138 Jung, Karen 141, 188 Junge, S. 91 Kaminski, Scott 17, 193 Kapovich, John 39, 89 Karch, Kim 48 Keener, Laura 39, 199 Keeney, Diane 32, 201, 214, 254 Kehr, Thomas 48, 94 Kelly, John 147 Ketchens, Alfrieda 209 Kielbass, Joe 101, 121 Kincaid, Jerry 196 King, Judith 48 Kinkin, Mary Ann 48 Kirhofer, Douglas 95, 139 Kissner, Thomas 39, 101 Klein, Gwen Ellyn 48, 200 Klein, Linda 48 Klein, Mark 39 Klinefelter, Jodie 17, 186, 188, 192, 201, 213, 218, 252 Knapczyk, Michael 48, 91 Knobloch, Paul 95 Knotek, Andy 18, 121, 146, 139 Koch, Anne 32, 217 Koldehoff, Rhonda 18, 201 Kooi, Bert 121, 134 Korando, Jeff 124, 147 Kosyak, Tatiana 49 Kovalcik, Michael 91 Kovalcik, Stephen 91, 139 Kowalski, Randal 18, 248 Kramer, Andrea 18, 211 Kramer, Kimberly 49 Kraus, Susan 32 Kreke, Mark 128 Krell, Cheryl 32, 193 Krell, Craig 49, 94 Kristufek, Nancy 192 Krone, Cynthia 49, 200 Krueger, Gale 35 Krygowski, Marcia 49, 214 Kuhnke, Mark 18, 251 Kuldell, Carl 32, 89, 139 Kupka, Nancy 18 Kyger, Michael 39 Lacey, Cynthia 49 Lackinger, John 18, 101, 196 Lander, Robert 32 Landgren, Dorothy 197 Lane, Carol 32, 191 Lange, Mary 49, 228, 248 Langheim, Jo 18 Larimer, Marianne 49, 141 Larkin, Joan 18 Larson, John 49 Latta, Susan 49, 213, 222 Lawlor, Michael 139, 248 Lawson, Teresa 49 Leake, Karen 32, 256 Lee, Vicki 32, 192, 187 Leffelman, Marilyn 252 Lehman, Michael 89 Lemmons, Patricia 49, 248 Lengacher, Michael 94, 225 Libell, Gary 32, 95, 198 Lienhop, Gretchen 40, 216 Lindsey, H. 89 Lindenmeyer, Jill 40, 201, 205, 254 Lindstrom, Donald 32, 101, 121 Littrell, Tim 128, 139 Lockart, Robert 95, 121 Lockman, Charles 18, 101 Logan, Craig 95 Logue, Terri 40 Long, Betty 40, 190, 193, 213, 216, 222, 256 Longbrake, Sharon 19 Loos, Theresa 32 Lopez, George 40, 134 Lorenzen, Carol 40 Lowers, Edward 94, 101 Lowery, James 49 Ludwick, Kathy 49 Lukens, John 33, 89, 195 Lund, Barbara 19, 251, 254 Lundman, Jeffery 121 Lundhorf, Jack 121 Luthe, Robbin 49 Lydy, Donna 19 Lyerla, James 191, 225 Lyman, Beth 33, 192, 193, 218 Lynch, Sandra 40, 213, 217 McCarthy, P. Timothy 19, 95, 198, 255 McClaine, Carl 19, 199, 226, 255 McClelland, James 19, 94, 147, 196, 256 McClintock, Janice 33, 199, 248 McCormick, Daniel 40 McCracken, Michael 33, 186 McCray, Lenard 88 McGheeon, Randy 49 McGreevey, Kevin 33, 121 McKenzie, Deborah 49 McKinney, Kathy 49 McMeekan, Teresa 49 McMillan, Gail 40, 192, 216 McQuality, Rodney 33 Magnuson, Scott 251 Maish, Phillip 40, 91 Maitre, Fritz 49, 91 Malavolti, Timothy 49 Malone, Timothy P. 199 Marcuzzo, Cnythia 40 Mardock, Robert 33, 190, 193, 223, 256 Marick, Deborah 50 Markou, Stephanie 40, 225 Marshall, J. Harley 189, 193, 256 Marshall, Judith 19, 212 Martin, Gregory 196 Martin, Joan 19, 213 Martin, John 40, 95 Mason, Judy 207, 215 Matteson, Elizabeth 50, 198, 212 Mavis, Sharon 217 Mayer, Joanne 40, 251, 254 Mears, Lynda 19, 197 Meekins, Beverli 19 Megginson, Marci 33, 215 Meister, Rebecca 50 Messinger, John 50, 91, 147 Meurlot, Cynthia 20, 217 Meurlot, Mark 33, 95 Middendorf, Louise 20 Midiri, Mary 197 Mikeworth, Bryan 50, 94, 101, 121 Mikeworth, Kevin 101, 121 Miller, Desiree 20 Miller, James 40, 101, 121 Miller, Julie 20 Miller, Michael 94 Milligan, Gayle 20, 191, 203, 205, 253 Mills, Jane 40, 211 Milne, Susan 20 Minor, Kent 20, 226 Mitchell, Bruce 124, 134 Mitchell, Donald 147 Mitchell, Susan 50 Moellenkamp, Susan 50, 213 Moma, Richard 226 Moma, Tawnie 20, 228 Moninger, Scott 226 Monti, Brian 89 Moore, Charles 101 Moore, Janet 33 Moore, JoEllen 20 Moore, Mark 50, 89, 91 Moore, Rick 94 Morasso, Nancy 33 Morgan, Lee 40, 95, 147, 212, 248 Morgan, Tom 94, 121 Morhardt, Darby 50 Morris, Michael 248 Morton, Randall 95 Mosier, Steven 50 Mosser, Roy 20, 128 Motshome, Bernadette 21 Mott, David 21, 128 Mozdren, Oave 138 Mrowiec, Kimberly 33, 214 Mrugacz, Gail 21, 252 Mueller, Mark 21 Mulholland, Cathy 33 Mull, Mark 128 Mullen, Laura 40, 188, 217 Mulligan, William 89 Mullins, Susan 50 Mummert, Randall 40, 134 Mundy, Beverly 33, 217 Mundy, William 21, 95 Munjoy, Kenneth 196 Murphy, Edward 50 Murphy, John 91, 121, 147 Mysker, Glenn 94 Nafziger, Curtis 94, 94, 147 Neff, James 147 267 Nelson, Steven 95 Nemcek, Linda 40 Neunaber, Donald 50, 94, 194, 223 Niebur, J. 91 Niesman, Michael 50, 248 Niles, Randy 21 Noble, Deloris 228 Noe, Brian 21 Northrup, Amy 21, 252 Novak, Charles 40 Novak, Lawrence 41 Nowak, Donald 21 Nyberg, Cynthia 41, 191, 205, 216, 256 O ' Connell, Patrick 134 O ' Connell, Daniel 33, 101 O ' Donnell, Sally 50 O ' Donnell, Thomas 101 O ' Neill, Margaret 50 Oakford, Elizabeth 50 Oberto, Glenis 21, 214 Ochs, Michael 33 Ogilvie, Susan 41 Okerblad, Eric 89, 121 Olendorf, Lisa 33, 214 Olsen, Lisa 22 Olsen, Lysa 33 Onischak, Mark 94 Osman, Kenneth 50 Otten Stephen 33 Overlot, Michael 50, 89, 139 Owens, Leonard 89, 188, 190, 192, 223 Page, Stewart 194, 196, 210 Pagone, Joseph 91, 139 Pape, Michael 41 Parsons, Gregory 41 Patrick, Linnea 33, 105 Patton, David 50, 91, 121 Patzelt, Ruth 33, 141 Pearce, Robin 50 Pearson, Margaret 34, 208, 248, 256 Perkins, Katrina 51, 206, 214 Perry, Danny 34 Perry, Timothy 51, 94 Peters, Julia 41, 248, 256 Peters, Martha 51 Peters, Nicholas 22, 251, 256 Petersen, Rebecca 51, 201 Peterson, Mary E. 41, 214 Peterson, Melinda 41 Peterson, Ruth 51, 213 Peterson, Wayne 51, 91, 199 Petko, John 94, 121, 134 Pflaum, Robert 22 Phillips, Laura 41 Phipps, Thomas 34 Pierce, Patrick 51, 91, 147, 248 Pilnock, Karen 213 Piplani, Paul 41, 95 Pistorius, David 41, 94, 128, 147, 211 Pitte, William 51 Placey, Mark 121 Plotz, Cindy 216 Plotz, Vicki 34, 214 Polio, Dale 51, 94, 208 Polyack, Michael 22 Porter, Carol 22 Powell, Jack 89 Powell, Linda 22 Powell, Randall 121 Powers, Michael 22, 128, 147 Powers, Thomas 22, 196, 210 Pruemer, Stephanie 51 Purdom, Mary 51, 215 Quails, Rita 51, 201 Quick, Julia 22, 189, 193, 204, 218, 252 252, 253, 254, 256 Rainbolt, Steven 34 Rames, Richard 95, 128 Ramsey, Mark 101, 121 Rathslag, Janet 41 Reader, Gary 134 Reed, Bill 41, 94, 128, 139 Reed, Cynthia 51, 125 Reichart, Melissa 34, 200, 222, 227, 228, 252 Reid, Heather 51, 196 Reif, William 91 Rentschler, Jeanne 34, 141 Retzlaff, Jonathan 41, 226 Reuter, David 34, 223, 251 Reyes, Ma Elena 51 Rhoads, Diana J. 22, 196 Richardson, Dale 94, 199 Richman, Glen 34, 94, 199 Ritter, Pamela K. 23, 192, 193, 218 Ritter, Richard 23 Rittof, Paul 34, 190, 193, 223, 256 Riva, Steven 23 Robison, Helena 41 Rodeffer, Steve 23, 89 Roe, Wendy 51, 215 Roevekamp, Lisa 41, 125 Roman, Linda 51 Rosenberger, Debra 51, 212, 213 Rosenkranz, Robin 51 Rostenkowski, Michael 41, 192 Roth, Thomas 23, 95 Rottman, Matthew 95, 254 Rowan, Gary 89, 198 Roytek, Jean 51 Rucker, Arthur 91 Rueckert, Margaret 23, 214, 218, 255 Russell, Kenneth 23 Russo, Annette 51, 141 Rutherford, Wayne 23 Ruwe, Timothy 101, 121 Ryan, Allen 23, 196 Rzewnicki, Ronald 23 Sablich, Christopher 101, 196 Sager, Rodger 24 Salvotore, Christine 24, 227, 228 Sammis, Charles 41, 94, 121 Sanders, Kim 24, 215, 227, 228 Sanders, Kristin 52 Sands, Michael 24, 147, 225 Sappington, Lynn 34 Sartini, Mary 52 Sattley, Cathy 24 Sattley, Linda 52 Sauermann, Fredrick 24, 225 Schaefer, Shelly 52, 207, 212, 213 Schall, Sandra 34 Schenk, Sandra 52 Scharfenburg, Jill 52 Scheuer, Kurt 52 Schmidt, Cathryn 52 Schneider, Sally 52 Schock, James 52, 91 Schoneweis, Renee 34 Schroeder, Julie 41, 196 Schroeder, Kendria 214 Schroeder, Jamie 94 Schumacker, James 41, 101, 225 Scott, Julie 52, 207 Scott, Kimra 52 Sealscott, Teresa 24, 125 Seggelke, Harold 94, 121 Seitz, Beth 52 Selby, Curtis 197 Semelroth, Kent 42, 101, 134 Servos, Susan 52, 197 Shabaz, Rebecca 196, 217 Shaner, Sioux 24, 214, 225 Shazer, William 91, 95 Sheller, Donna 24 Shelton, Debra 24, 200, 221, 228, 256 Shelton, Kathleen 52 Shepard, Robert 42, 91, 197, 225 Sherman, Mary Beth 34 Sherrill, Anne 42, 227 Shew, Timothy 94 Shields, John 42, 89 Shookman, Brian 52 Shulke, Marcia 34 Shumaker, Harold 25, 91, 211 Siltman, Lori 52, 210 Simpson, Tracy 42, 188, 194, 217, 248 Sirvinskas, Alan 34, 210, 248 Skanse, Robert 25, 21 1 Slater, Sue 25, 212, 213, 217, 252, 253 Smalls, Rosalind 52, 209 Smetts, Jean 25, 216 Smith, Colleen, 141, 202 Smith, David Earl 221, 226 Smith, David Eugene 52, 94, 121, 147 Smith, Scott 198 Smith, Sherry 34 Smith, Susan 34, 215, 252 Solomon, Lynn 25, 192, 213, 252 Soppet, Stephen 101 Soukup, Margaret 25 Spaid, Sherry 34 Sparks, Ray 34, 193, 211 Sparks, Timothy 52, 91, 94, 124, 147 Spears, Geoffrey 25, 251, 254 Spears, Stuart 42, 206 Speasel, Joy 25 Spahr, Rebecca 25 Spires, Denise 25, 219 Spires, Rebecca 52 Spitz, Dan 34, 94 Sprouls, Julie 35, 201 Stanley, Charles 94, 121 Stanley, Ginger 53 Starr, Harry 53, 91, 101 Statzer, H. Leslie 26 Stauffer, Mary 42 Steagall, Robyn 193, 214 Steenrod, Mark 136 Steffens, Brenda 217, 222 Stein, David 91 Steinberg, Wendi 42, 213, 216, 225 Steinkamp, Robert 94, 193, 196, 198 Stephenson, Kim 43, 202 Stevens, Eric 53, 121 Stevens, Julie 200, 227, 228 Stevens, Scott 94, 248 Stewart, David 53, 94 Stolz, Gary 200, 225, 226 Stottrup, Sigrid 255 Strine, John 42, 138 Stroyeck, Mark 53, 91 Strunc, Mary Therese 53, 228 Strzembosz, Christine 35 Summy, Joy 35, 196 Swan, Sharon 53, 125 Swanson, Cliff 35, 101 Sweatman, Cheryl 42, 215 Sweet, Elizabeth 53, 248 Tansey, Terrence 35 Tapscott, Ronald 35, 140, 193 Tate, Stephanie 26 Taylor, Austin 26 Taylor, Diane 42, 214 Taylor, Laura 26 Taylor, Mark 101 Taylor, Sarah 53, 213 Telfer, Terry 35 Telling, Thomas 101 Tevebaugh, Mary 214 Thiel, David 42 Thiel, Gretchen 53, 217 Thomas, Andrew 94, 196 Thomas, Barbara 35, 187, 206 Thomas, Eric 35, 94 Thomas, Jane 218 Thomas, Michael 197 Thommes, James 248 Thompson, Bonnie 42 Thompson, Charles 53, 121 Thompson, Mark 53, 94 Thompson, Wendy 42 Thomsen, James 101 Thorne, Sara 26 Thorpe, Charissa 26 Throneburg, Debra 42, 228 Tichenor, Cheryl 42, 196 Tiffin, Thomas 101 Tobiasz, David 26 Toland, Cynthia 214 Tolly, Brett 121 Tomey, Michael 91, 101, 121 Toro, Jose 26 Toter, William 26 Townsend, James 26 Trepp, Kathleen 125 Trimble, Tod 35 Trine, Kenneth 53, 200 Trinh, Thanh Bich 35 Trogdon, Truitt E. 35, 101, 121, 188, 223 Trolia, Tina 53 Troncozo, Michael 53, 94 Trusner, Sammy 27, 121, 139 Tucker, Lawren 95 Turner, Frederick 147 Van Kanegan, Martin 53, 94 Vaughn, Amy 215, 252 Veech, Byron 27, 212 Veldenz, Russell 42, 194, 198 Veselits, Charles 91 Wagner, Carolyn 53 Walker, Graceann 35, 215, 256 Walker, Jeffrey 35 Walkup, Brian 197, 226 Wall, Julia 53 Wallace, Susan 202, 252 Walsh, Michael 42, 89 Walski, Susan 53 Walter, Melinda 42 Ward, Angie 27, 188, 217 Warner, Cnythia 217 Warren, Brad 35, 91 Washington, Janice 209 Wasp, James 95 Wassoir, Denise 42, 200, 248 Weakley, Gloria 27 Weatherbee, Linda 27 Weber, Lisa 42, 201 Wedemeyer, Barbara 43 Weikart, Kevin 89 Weinrich, Janet 190, 218, 256 Wellenreiter, Douglas 43 Wellman, Keith 43, 91, 136, 211 Wells, Anthony 53 Welton, Mary Ann 43 Welty, Gregory 94 Wentworth, Lory 35 Wenz, Melody 43, 225 Werner, Jay 27 Westendorf, Jane 35, 141, 202 Whitcomb, Tyson 43 White, David 35, 134 White, Donna 27 White, Gina 54 White, Joseph 94 White, Steven 134 White, Susan 27, 216 Wilfong, Charles 54 Wilking, Mary 54, 197 Williams, Brit 89, 140 Williams, Diane 35, 187, 212, 213, 252, 256 Williams, Michael 89 Willis, Mark 54, 197, 207 Wills, Dale 27, 94, 128, 198 Wilmeth, Tamara 43 Wilson, Keith 89 Wilson, Linda 54 Wilson, Pamela 215, 222 Wilson, Paula 27 Winberg, Karen 196 Winowitz, Karen 54 Winters, Kevin 54, 196 Wise, Robyn 28 Wittmer, Barbara 28 Wolf, Robert 124 Wolff, Thomas 54, 226 Wolken, Kay 196 Wollner, Timothy 54, 121 Wood, Bradley 43, 91 Wood, Diane 54 Wood, Heidi 54 Wood, Rita 54 Wood, Thomas 94, 197, 248 Workman, Jane 28 Wright, Joseph 28 Wright, Scott 89 Yaroch, Pamela 43, 214 Yates, Michael 89 Yonk, Jeffery 54, 94 York, Steven 139 Yozze, David 94, 139 Yue, Peter Wai 54, 91 Zaucha, Russell 54, 121 Zehnacker, Richard 43, 89 Zeller, David 101 Zeller, John 54, 94, 101, 121 Zielke, Carol 28, 252 Zimmerman, John 223 Zimmerman, Kathryn 54 Zimmerman, Robert 89, 223 Zindel, Cindy 28 269 acknowledgements editor-in-chief gayle milligan business manager cindy nyberg copy editor linnea patrick layout consultants dawn funk and diane keeney introduction linnea patrick, with special thanks to photographer michael berry people students: chris berquist faculty, administration and staff: patricia lemmons student life styles jill lindenmeyer and cathy good involvement sports: blake frodin and julia quick activities: gayle milligan, linnea patrick, and janet votanek organizations: joan martin and gayle milligan fine arts gayle milligan and jim causey honors georgia heth index karen isaacs advertisements and acknowledgements cindy nyberg typist anne koch the 1977 millidek staff wishes to express its appreciation for the efforts of university photographer paul buck 272 acknowledgements Decatur • Sjphngf»eld Chanopaigf Compliments of mm m Landmark Building, Decatur, Illinois MAIN LIQUOR 279 W. 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