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Show Hide text for 1981 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 240 of the 1981 volume: “ Table of Contents People page 6 Faculty page 52 Lifestyles page 83 Specials page 102 Involvement page 106 Fine Arts page 1 15 Sports page 136 Organizations page 165 Honoraries page 194 Advertisements page 206 Graduation page 223 Index page 226 Acknowledgements Editor Advisor Business Manager Section Editors People Faculty Lifestyles Involvement Fine Arts Sports Organizations H onoraries Cheryl Lapham Alan Donahue Martha Worland Rachael Isaac Nick Smith Susan Grever Dan Clark Mary Stults Cin Hogan Patsy Kirby Tara Harvel Staff Cindy Artman Denna Bafford Jill Davis Martha Groves Autumn Kraus Tricia Leipold Corrine Miller Kathy Smith Deb Sutton Martha Twomey Deb Ward Diane Warren Judi Woodall Time was . . . when Everyone laughed and Everyone thought that each day brought something new . . . something exciting Time was . . . when Everyone grew Time is . . . when Everyone leaves and Everyone goes out to greet each day filled with excitement . . . and hope Time Is . . . when Everyone grows out to other things and when Everyone returns to share dreams 4 20 Gina Cav.illone Call Chiialcnsen Gary t liii ' itt- ' nsen Joe Coniiskey Greg Cooper Larry Gravens Lisa Currier Theresa Daiber Mary Fowler Brian Qerman o Karen Qleane Art Gonzlez Pam Gordon Kim Gregurich Julie Haensel Jo Harner Jolene Haselhorst Randy Hastin.gs Bernie Hepburn Colleen Heneghan Casey Heyer Linda Hillarp Carolyn Hirsch Cynthia Hogan Lisa Horn Ractieal Isaac Robert Sanders Saundra Scheuer 23 Jay I ' )fliy Jacgiiiflirie I ung Mrf.h.icl I udmg Tammy Mathews I aufie Maucket Todd Mauet Mfc ' latiif May Colleen McCarthy Nancy McGeehon Eileen McHugh Jeff Meyer Chns Monroe Donald Miller Roberta Mize Don Myers Diane Nagy Susan Nesmith Mayme Newsome Cindy Nichols 25 26 30 Joni Rosenow Connie SampI Rebecca Savill Jean Schaafer 35 41 Michelle Hines Christa Hinton Susan Hobson Brenda Hogan 44 Kelly SmidI Robert Snyder Scoll Sober Charlotte Spitz Terri Sympson Paiti Sromek Joy Stanton Steve Steele Pam Stevens Karen Stewart Cheryl Stine Curt Strader Susan Stremming Nancy Swan Sharon Taloff Susan Taylor Ruth Anne Thompson Todd Thorsen Jack Toepfer Kathryn Trask 47 49 Millikin University Faculty 54 58 1. Dr. David Rowland, Behavioral Sciences 2. Dr. Larry Crisler, Behavioral Sciences 3. Dr. Law- rence Lovell-Troy Behavioral Sciences 4. Dr. Glenn Gamst, Behavioral Sciences 63 3. 1. Joseph Houston VP. Student Development 2. Dr. Charles Hale Director Staley Library 3. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill Student Development 4. Michael Braughton Controller 67 1. William Wolters 70 1 I 75 1. Dr. Gail Hudson Communi- cation Theatre 2. Dr. Arthur Hopper Communi- cation Theatre 3. Vinette Wolbrueck Makal Communi- cations Theatre 4. Kim Walker Communi- cations Theatre 78 79 Carl Weatherbee Dennis Ralin Richard Mannweiler Dr. John D. Arrison Jan Devore Jim Hinze STAFF NOT PICTURED RALPH ALLEN ROBERT ALLISON VIRGINIA AUKAMP RANDY BECK WALLACE BARNETT SUSAN BOBECK WILLIAM NODAMER BRYCE BOSTON ALAN BOUREY MONTE CATER HARRIETT CRANNELL ALAN DONAHUE BERNADINE DRAKE WILLIAM EDDY DARRELL GREEN GERALD GRINDE BETSY GOODNOW STEPHANIE HANSEN RICHARD HOFFLAND DAVID JACOBSEN SHELIA JESEK JIM JONES GEORGE KIRCH SUSAN KIRCH MARY JANE LINTON PARVEZ MAHMUD ALDO MANCINELLI CAROL MERITT ISABEL NORTON JUDY OTTO LARRY PAULY DONALD ROCKE JAMES SCOTT WILLIAM SHANK PHIL SIEGEL SARA SLUSS LINDA STEVENS LIN STONER DEBORAH TAYLOR LEE TICHENOR JIM WATSON CARL WEATHERBEE WALTER WESSELL BARRY ZASLOW 82 Aston Four Row 1 (L to R): T. England, K. Biever, V, Blankenship, S Russell, M, Ballard, Row 2: P. Engelbrecht, A. Dolejs, C. Niehaus, M, May, D. Kennedy, P. Gor- don, A. Rumpel 4 i ' Blackburn One Row 1 (L to R): S Gardener, M. Twit- chell, J. Johnson, J. Saum, C. Red- ford, R, Vittitie, S. Brooksbank, J. Saum, Row 2; P. Drew, L. Brachman, J Miller, K. Allen, D. Weber, L. Schle- singer, L. Remack, K. Schiakitano, C. Briggs, Row 3; S. ZIogar, J. Buck, J. Jublet, B Boyer, K. Collins, K. BIy, K. Bradley, S. Abernathy, M. Greene, D. Goldsen, M. Ahrens, J. Provine 85 Blackburn Two Row 1 (L to R): L. Muratto, S. Straw- niak, A. Schafer, C. Artman, D. Wentz, K. Stone, A. Janus, Row 2: M. Mala- volti, P. Sromek, C. Miller, S. Bumpus, C. Bahn, A. Chapman, N. Etchinson, S. Leonard!, Row 3: P. Hollenstine, C. Prentice, C. Spitz, L. Marzano, S. Donovan, A. Friend, Row 4: R. Chas- teen, S. Whitley, M. Kelly, G. Rhoads, L. Miller, E. Guard, J. Christensen, A. Fisher, R, Hoercher, P. Smith Blackburn Three Row 1 (L to R): D. Warren, J. Kincaid, Row 2: L. Gross, J. Petrongelli, L. Brandenburg, D. Neiner, T. Rodmaker, R. Bacci, Row 3: C. Johnson, S. Sladky, L. Carranza, K. Hinton, V. Mo- line, D. Boyd, J. Malone, C. Glidden, A. Ineich, Row 4: T. Matthews, C. Coo- per, L. O ' Neill, T. Sender, F. Yeo, S. Taloff, M. McKinley, C. Hug, R. Isaac, C. Evans, K. Trask Fairvlew Hall Row 1 (L to R): P. Kirby, S. Temmon, N. Rhodes, Row 2: C. Hagenbuch, M. Myer, S. Glover, C. Badertscher, Row 3: L. Umtleet, T. Simmons, V. Yedinak 86 Hessler One Row 1 (L to R): S. Krows, Row 2: J. Baiko, A. Friend. D. Barrowman, T. Marburg, Row 3: C. Noble, D. Fields, R. Kosian, Row 4: S. Roderick, J. Mar- kel, G. Mueller, J. Anderson Hessler Two Row 1 (L to R): A. Friend, B. Friend, D. Mine, C. Friend, Row 2: D. Friend, R. Hillegonds, W. Dunning, E. Friend, Row 3: M. Weiss, F. Friend, A Maul, D. Pieper, Row 4: G. Friend, J. Lawrence, H. Friend 87 Walker Two Row 1 (L to R): D. Slater, C. Akpan, A. Friend, N. Wright, L. Blake, S. Schmidt, B. Friend, Row 2: B. Brozio, S. Shalan, D. Ruppel, J. Cordes, C. Friend, T. Harvel, Row 3: Y, Washing- ton, C. Clark, Y. Washington, T. Diaber, L. O ' Leary, C. Nobbe, D. Ran- dall, D. Moss, J. Evans, G. Friend, K. Livingston, J. Stanton, Linda Hessler Three Row 1 (L to R): B. Pierson, D. Meier, M. Staub, K. Satterwhite, Row 2: D. Granger, L. Merrill, E. Schreiber, D. Beard, J. Gough, M. Heller, Row 3: B. Goyke, M. Goggins, T. Hills, C. Strader, Row 4: T. Dautzenburg, A. Fiend, M. Quaid, R. Weissenstein, T. Cooper, M. Barr Hessler Four Row 1 (L to R): J. Esposito, D. Lamb, K. Rucker, J. Steinheimer, D. Wash- ington, Row 2: M. leden, M. Karl, J. Boll, M. Londol, B. Jones, Row 3: K. Singer, B. Naramore, J. Sands, D. Cook, D. Clark, Row 4: C. Jones, P. Durley, D. Boyer, Unusually, H. Horn- beck, G. Pearson, K. Brown, J. Downs Ground Floor Mills Row 1 (L to R): K. Rucker, Lighting Rose, Mabel, Lucy, Row 2: Grizelda, Tatu, Tabu, Shorter, Me, Row 3: Cin, Dudette, ??, Cosmos, Face-Lift, Row 4: Cheryl, Barbra Mills One Row 1 (L to R): S, Hing, B. Part, T, Charven, P. Marquardt, B. Brennson, D. Metz, J. Crass, L. Burmeister, Row 2: S. Fujii, S. Buckalew, Tuna, J. Wes- sel, D. Snyder, B. Bear, J. Toepter, Row 3: E. Fitzgibbons, C. Linstrom, P. Sheddy, L. Brougti, S Detwiler, A Gonzales, B. Lokaitis, Buck, T. Lock, J. Barsons Mills Two Row 1 (L to R): K. Caver, K. Mines, G. Martos, T. Yarnik, B. Branblett, F. Ula- saty, D. Herchertz, J. Schaffer, Row 2: J. Ganley, P. Gonales, J. Martin, J. Mullen, D. Miller, D. Whalen, D. Krzka, Row 3: D. Judy, K. Mines, J. Rolle, V. allison, J. Anderson, D. Messel, M. Beirne, E. Ion, Row 4: B. Boyd, R. Pfeifer, M. DeFaynes, M. Jennings, W. Woodruff, J. Piazza, J. O ' Malley, M. Molland ALPHA CHI OMEGA Row 1 (L to R): S. Wright, P. Andriano, D. Sawicki, N. Adrian, S. Smith, S. Roderick, T. Bouton, L. Carranza, S. Pearman Row 2; T. Metz, P. Maish, S. Peak, J. Andriano, A. Chapman, M. Barnes, K. Kachlick, A. Kleban, C. Williams, S. Graves, K. Mesnard, K. Glesne Row 3: J. Haselhorst, P. Drew, T. Cassel, K. Drew, L. Parfitt, J. Stark, S. Polcyn, R. Kuykendall, M. Fowler, J. Heinthaler, A. Strieker, D. Kareotes, P. Eldridge, J. Kincaid, C. Redford, A. Westcott Row 4: C. Chavez, J. Goeke, E. McHugh, S. Kaminke, M. Morris, K. Kuhl, A. Fischer, J. Davis, E. Winchell, K. Salman, K. Rogers. M. Adrian, T. Buckley, D. dinger, B. Mueth, S. Wood, J. Leonard ALPHA TAU OMEGA P 93 DELTA DELTA DELTA Row 1 (L fo R): S. Prest, K. Ballog, D. Spence, J. Saum, C. Hartz, N. Wilkens, A. Kraus, P. Young, S. Rhue, L. Gross, E. Guard, J. Saum Row 2: S. Roberts, S. Tiller, J. Marzorati, M. Norton, K. Blakey, M. Ernst, L. Livesay, C. McCarthy, J. Groves, K. Koenig, D. Warren, L. Mangold, Row 3: H. Man- tel, M. Keller, C. Hinton, L. Schlesinger, D. Kraus, L. Maucker, C. Weinrich, R. Vittitoe, P. Franklin, C. Nichols, J. Malone, C. Stine, S. Hamilton, J. Godde, R. Bacci, S. Modlin, J. Diller, M. Doti, Row 4: L. Gaffner, J. Hough, L. Watkins, C. Sample, J. Dentinger, S. Reed, N. Young, T. Kristsas, B. Ab- bott, G. Rhodes, B. Wiessig, R. Forrester, R. Feery, S. Brown, T. Lamporte, M. Grannon 94 DELTA SIGMA PHI Row 1 (L to R): G. Kitchell. L. Borneister, J. Santos, Whitey, C. Patten, G. Cummings, G. Eichelberger, S Detweiler Row 3: D Wood. B Brock, G Twist, M. Tomnitz, F. Neal, J. Camillo, K. Figelwicz, B. Malone Row 4: D. Camillo, B. Flanagan, S. Taloff, J. Metter, D. Granger, T. Lipe KAPPA SIGMA Row 1 (L to R): S. Slavick, T. Lissey, J. Fields, S. Deagan Row 2: J. Lamarr, R. DeGalen, B. Johnson, C. Jennings, S. Yekelchik, D. Petty Row 3: E. Kemneta, B. Dees, B. Hosier, B. Jennings, K. Green, J. Chatman, C. Heiden, P. Walsh, J. Cross Row 4: M. Brady, D. Metz, T. Griffith. B. Lovins, D. DeYoung, S. Pilling, K. Ells, W. Pearson, B. Hemphill, M. Baker, B. Denby, T. Evans, D. Throne Row 5: G. Mosier, S. McGee, R. Schaffer, D. Smothers, J. Sample, R. Artman PI BETA PHI Row 1 (L to R): B. Strle, L. Cocagne, K. Lindell, B. Devlin Row 2: J. Johnson. T. Harvel. P. Jacobs, G. Panici, L. Ruppert, P. Carrino, M. Kirkland, D. Teason, T. Bakakos Row 3: M. Johnson, J. Simpson, D. Bromley, B. Woodard, M. Worland, A. Hayes, K. Fleming, C. Reedy. N. Branz, L. Steffan, K. Trask, A. McLaughlin. V. MacDonna Row 4: K. Smith. L. Pearson. P. Jacobs. E. Kirby. L. Reed. J. Gray. H. Bakaos, J. Parry, J. Diepholz. M. Ahrens 97 Hipill II I SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Row 1 (L to R): S. Sober, J. Newkirk, J. Roth, J. Treanor, A. Held, D. Via Row 2: K. Olsen, T. Blackton, A. Walters, N. Smith, Mrs. Day, B. Pfeffer, M. Estopare, J. Whitsel, J. Whitaker Row 3: J. Titzel, C. Peterson, B. Gift, D. DeGroot, M. Muir, T. Potter, S. Hyde, D. Snyder Row 4: R. Glascook, S. Thompson, S. Callinger, G. Tothero, L. Griffin, B. Corban, J. Bohn, G. Bauman, G. Long, J. Nell, A. Taylor, A. Maul, M. Novak, J. McDon Row 1 (L to R): S. Butcher, K. Reno, T. Hawiek Row 2: G. Smiley, J. Tragos, R. Bailey, J. Lofky, J. Sands, S, Smith, G Cerniglia, Row 3: Thomas, J. Arp, M. Ludwig, P. Reich, Mrs. Peterson, T. Linden, J. Dean, R. Parker, D. Morris Row 4: D, Becker, J. Gorsky, L Junge, J Alexander, B Losavz. R. Cizek. J. Sutton, G. Bueltman, J. Petko, P. Albert, T. Schryber, J. Allen, K. Kuhnke, T, Foley Row 5: P. Uphoff. F Jordan. T. Blondell, W. Rosenbraugh, B. Gwinn, H. Long, T. Francis, M. Vinig, P. Haensel 99 1 Row 1 (L to R): J, Smith, L. Marinier, C. Warner, P. Sromek, M. Potje, S. Kaike, J. Buck, K. Allen, D. Batty Row 2: J. Powers, C. Kearse, D. Boyd, K. Schultz, D. Sutton, C. Deppe, M. Stults, D. Ward, C. Miller, D. Chapman Row 3: G. Cavallone, L. Malicki, C. Lapham, T. Propes, T. Johnson, P. Jo- hansen, C. Slabosz, J. Woodall, J. Mason, M. Groves, S. Bumpus Row 4: J. Hasselbacher, M. Block, C. Artman, S. Sladky, S. Cristy, C. Heyer, T. Leipold, S. Taloff, E. Kiel, K. Kenehan, S. Grever Music and movies are and always will be an important part of our lives Some popular aongs and movie titlos ot the time period 1980-81 are listed here to remind us of the songs we enjoyed, the artists we listened to and the movlea we aaw. Songs All Out of Love Air Supply Another One Bites the Dust Queen The Best of Times Styx Don ' t Stand So Close to Me The Police Drivin ' My Live Away Eddie Rabbitt Emotional Rescue The Rolling Stones Fame Irene Cara Give Me the Night George Benson Hello Again Neil Diamond Hey Nineteen Steely Dan Keep on Lovin ' You REO Speedwagon Kiss on My List Daryl Hall and John Oates Late in the Evening Paul Simon Lool in ' For Love Johnny Lee Love the World Away Kenny Rogers Paradise Theater Styz Rapture Blondie Sailing Christopher Cross Seven Bridges Road Eagles Upside Down Diana Ross Woman John Lennon Xanadu Olivia Newton John You Better You Better You Bet The Who Singers AC-DC Air Supply Pat Benatar Blondie Jackson Browne Christopher Cross Eric Clapton Steely Dan John Lennon The Police Pure Prairie League Queen Eddie Rabbitt Kenny Rogers Diana Ross REO Speedwagon The Rolling Stones Styx Movies Airplane Back Roads Coal Miner ' s Daughter The Elephant Man The Empire Strikes Back Every Which Way You Can Excalibur Fame The Final Conflict Honeysuckle Rose The Jazz Singer Nine to Five Ordinary People Raging Bull Tess 103 , ..e ' rei ' CM fqniumber one " and ' - ' hatj ar nvolved — we ' re stmply Jf n in 198 1 . gyring this time period ' w? ifchriWogy. Tj stage crisis in Iran laid ' ' - ' i l Pl ycBflftpaion against Iran ajid the Ay ahtofteh ' I, Umtedf Stat.e4 statefcl ¥f ji r views on s|tuatj|ln. 1 (ft.. ..t-v A — ades«nd recognition frongpfficiifc ' -r llnc tjiey Iget. ' ' HBBHiHHklf attenm jjrestaf ReagafV.by John Hinc t|) took clo MIQHcclntronaws. « ?roved whgn tre first reusal5|le manr watched ajnattiral Jthe later months of tiWD. Scientisfs ©nd hol others fer horrified at the damai (he spe g lava c! This tfn period held a great m iy chang«a, some mi I " " V nt Bthe cMffii Ibw cause for alarm, ' yne ' wel Bie ass ' Sfiilftion of ohn Lennon gave ip on April 12 19811 On the. opposite the shack of the erruptioi s of Mount ;inated, pthers er e in a and still f es fon%i err but only Tme will tell. FRESHMAN CAMP Freshman Camp is an orientation week- end for new students at Millikin. It is an annual event held at Allerton Park. Fresh- man Camp Chairpersons, Moni Roytek and Keven Barge, along with the counsel- ors planned activities to help students adjust to Millikin. Activities include a dance, movie, games, and last but not least, " The Watermelon. " 107 HOMECOMING Homecoming King and Queen, Steve Pill- ing and Kim Gregurich, reigned over " Mil- likin ' s Hit Parade " which was the them ' of this years celebration. Laura Parous and Ellen Winchell planned the weeks ac- tivities which included the Talent Show, Trivia Bowl, Games, and Parade. The Big Blue pleased the crowd by defeating North Park. 108 CAMPUS CHEST Several new Campus Chest activities planned by Millikin students helped net more than $2,200 for the Illinois Heart Foundation. Revolving around a " Star Wars " theme, students planned fund- raising activities to benefit the Heart Foundation. A campus-community variety show kicked off Campus Chest activities and was followed by " Faculty Feud. " Campus Chest activities concluded with the annual Dance-a-thon in the R.T.U.C. In addition to the March fund-raising activi- ties, more than 60 students and faculty completed CPR training provided by vol- unteers from the Heart Foundation. I 112 The Birks Museum The Birks Museum is located in the former Gorin reading room. More than four hundred items have been given to the University by Miss Florence Birks who is a member of the class of 1926 and by the late Miss Jenna Birks who is a member of the class of 1922. The collection was assembled over a period of over forty years and represents fine glassware, chi- na and porcelain from pre-revolutionary China, Eng- land, America and countries throughout Europe. University Concert Band 126 The Four Freshmen The Lettermen Martin-Thomas-Adni Trio Appearing at Kirkland 128 The Paratori Brothers Ain ' t Misbehavin ' 133 Millikin Football team once again made winning a tradition. Merle Chapman coached the Big Blue to a 6-3 record and a big victory over IWU to end the season. Johnnie Rolle and Jeff Ridner were co- capts. Carthage 3 MU 0 MU 39 Olivet 17 NCC 24 MU 21 MU 12 Augie 8 Elmhurst 20 MU 10 MU 24 NP 7 MU 19 Carroll 7 MU 6 Wheaton 0 MU 17 IWU 7 138 MILLIKIN FOOTBALL Millikin Coaches: front: Monte Carter, Head Coach Merle Chapman, Carl Clendenon; Standing: Carl Poelker. Dick Forbes. Doug Neibuhr A Winning Tradition 139 Kneeling from L.; K. Birmingham, R. Bailey, J. Downs, R. Adams, J. Lamar: Standing; S. Schmidt, G. Collingwood, T. Griffith, B. Heophill, S. Buckalew, K. Brown. 140 141 Big Blue Wrestlers Members of the wrestling team that posted a 5-3 record in dual matches are, standing, from left to right, Manager Dave Veiek, Jim Bretz, Scott Detwiler, Tim Carlton, Jeff Santos, Terry Gardner, Mike Bonic and Coach Jim Cook; from left, Jesse Chester, Ken Meadows, Lance Burmeister, Scott Bertram and Mike Leusch. Coach Jim Cook ' s wrestling team finished with a 5-3 dual match record and was fifth in the CCIW championships held at Millikin in February. The Big Blue won the championship of the Knox tournament and finished third in the Washington University meet. A highlight of the dual matches was a 23-21 victory over Notre Dame Senior Jim Bretz, who was second in the CCIW meet, was named the team ' s most valu- able wrestler after posting a 17-11 season record Other top records belonged to senior co- captains Scott Bertram (22-19) and Ken Meadows (20-7) and freshman Lance Bur- meister (16-7-1). Burmeister set a CCIW re- cord with a pin in 0; 19 in the third place match at the conference meet. Bertram was third and senior Jesse Chester and sophomore Tim Carlton were fourth in the CCIW meet. 142 . Friend, er, D. S Millikin was the site of the CCIW championships this year where fr. Jim Friend was Mu ' s leading scorer as he set 2 conf. records. He also qualified for the NCAA Div. Ill natl. championships in 4 events, setting records in each. Friend was MVP, DeGalan was most improved and qualified for the NCAA meet in 2 events. Sr ' s McElheney, Pilling, and Stevens were tri-capts. 144 Standing, left to right: Darren Butler, Coach Joe Ramsey, Jim O ' Malley, Curt Jones, John Dean, Pat Durley, Greg Goodrich, Lloyd Singer, Wayne Dunning, Don Miller, Dave Kupish, Cal Lawrence, Jeff Sams, Glenn Kraemer, Mike Brown, Mike Holland, Gary Jackson, Kirk Sarff, Roscoe Boykin, Craig Patton, Assistant Coach Tim Littrell, Assistant Coach Doug Neibuhr Kneeling, left to right, Alex Eiland, Don Pieper, Chris Coyne, Eddie Jones, Ken Jackson, Kevin Harris, Bob Sanders and Manager Jeff Stevens. Left to right: Assistant Coach Doug Nelbuhe, Assistant Coach Tim Littrell and Coach Joe Ramsey. Sophomore Wayne Dunning was named to the first five and senior Gary Jackson was named to the second five on the Col- lege Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin all-conference teams selected by league coaches. Jackson, who scored more than 1,000 points in his career and set school and league records for shooting accuracy, was a first team Academic All-America selection. Those honors capped a season in which the Big Blue posted a 14-12 record overall and a 9-7 mark in the CCIW. Dun- ning led the team with a 15.0 scoring average with Jackson and senior Dave Kupish posting 10.7 and 10.3 marks. Dun- ning was voted the most valuable player. The Big Blue won nine of 10 games dur- ing a mid-season stretch and climbed to 19th in the NCAA Division III weekly poll before hitting a late-season slump and losing six of the final seven games, five of them on the road. 147 row 1: T. Hooker, J. Ganley, S. Jones, T. Spitz, T. Potter, D. Hupp, Coach Galen Woods row 2: J. Howe, B. Lokaitus, J. Nelson, M. Holland, B. Cor- ban, A. Hupp row 3: M. McNamer, D. Fitzgerald, K. Singer, J. Sanderson, M. Deresenki, C. Jones, D. Hitchens, C. Woods 148 149 151 kneeling from I: S. Mines, J. Kincaid, D. Roza, E. Kirby, R. Bacci, standing: J. Gray, L. Gaffner, L. Steffen, R. Hoercher, K. Smith, B. Meuth, Coach Karen Holmes, B. Diaz-Pons, Manager D. Howard. The Women ' s Tennis Team posted a 7-5 re- cord for Coach Karen Holmes. Sr. Laura Steffen and Becky Meuth were co-capts. In their last season of play were seniors Julie Gray, Laura Steffens, Becky Meuth, and Denise Howard. Becky Meuth was MVP. 156 157 front I. to r. J. Buddee, B. Langdon, R. Richards, S. Stremming, S. Hochriem, Row 2: B. Hogan, P. Burkhart, L. Bierman, C. Hogan, S. Bale, Coach Ann Carr, B. Winkeler, Row 3: P. Green, Assit. Coach K. Smith, K. LaThorp, K. Colton, L. Lane MILLIKIN V O L L E Y B A L L Pleasant surprises and a 16-11 record loomed for Coach Ann Carr in her first season. M.U. highlights were a trip to the State Tourney and a victory over IWU. It w as the final year for seniors Karen Col- ton and Kathy Smith. Lisa Lane and Cyn- thia Hogan were co-capts. Lisa Lane was MVP. 158 159 Women ' s Scores 1980-81 Pepperdine 111, Millikin 50 Millikin 75, LaVerne 60 Millikin 63, Whittier 52 Biola 95, Millikin 50 Illinois State j.v. 76, Millikin 66 Millikin 78, Illinois College 51 McKendree 62, Millikin 61 Millikin 81, Illinois Wesleyan 66 Millikin 84, MacMurray 39 Millikin 75, Eureka 53 Millikin 89, George Williams 48 Millikin 71, Parkland 65 Illinois Central 93, Millikin 63 Augustana 75, Millikin 54 Greenville 63, Millikin 60 Millikin 69, Knox 60 Millikin 58, Danville 52 Quincy 68, Millikin 61 Millikin 70, Illinois Wesleyan 62 Millikin 63, Monmouth 55 lAlAW State Tourney Millikin 78, Aurora 62 Augustana 77, Millikin 59 Women Reach State Tourney Members of the women ' s basketball team are front, from left, Kim Rogers, Jodi Foster, Tami Sender and Kay LaThorp, back, from left. Coach Harriett Crannell, Lisa Lane, Karen Colton, Becky Hays, Diane Voss, Lisa Alexander and Nancy Fitzpatrick. Not present for the picture was Judy Stark. Senior Karen Colton was named most valu- able player on the women ' s basketball team that posted a 13-9 record and earned a sixth straight appearance in the lAlAW state tour- nament. Colton closed her career as Millikin ' s ail-time leading scorer and rebounder with 1,325 points and 1,054 rebounds. Holder of numer- ous other school records, she was a second team Academic All-America selection. Freshman Jodi Foster, who was named to the all-tournament team at the state meet, tied the single-season scoring record with 437 points and led the team in scoring, field goal and free throw accuracy and assists. Sophomore Tami Sender was second in scor- ing with a 17.2 average and Colton was third with a 9.9 average. Freshman Becky Hays and senior Kim Rogers were second and third in rebounding with 8.7 and 8.0 averages re- spectively. Colton led with an 1 1.3 mark. After splitting four games on a season-open- ing trip to California, the women had a five- game winning streak at mid-season and then won four of their final five games to earn a state tourney bid. In the state meet, the wom- en beat Aurora before falling to Augustana. 161 The women ' s track team enjoyed a successful season finishing no lower than 3rd at any meet. The team finished 2nd at the MU Inv. 3rd at Viking Olympics and 3rd at the lAlAW State, the highest finish ever. Sr. Laura Boehm and Jr. Cynthia Hogan were co-capts. C. Hogan was MVP and also MVP In the field events at the state meet. Sr. Kathy Smith was honored as a trainor at the state meet while there were 5 All-State selections including B. Hogan, T. Finch, A. Ineich, C. Hogan and D. Bafford, Brenda Hogan, MU ' s lone state champ in the javelin was the first woman ever to qualify for the Div. Ill National Meet. hi fif Row 1 : (L to R) J. Jubelt, R. Thompson, N. Young, E. Guard, D. Chapman, R. Issac, J. Esposito, D. Warren, L. Gross, M. Twitchell, row 2: B. Bizer, L. Schlesinger, S. ZIogar, L. Mangold, B. Abbott, L. Koch, G. Benz, C. Miller, S. Bumpus, J. Smith, row 3: T. Thomas, K. Collins, M. May, C. Nichols, J. Saum, N. Johnson, N. Branz, K. Lindell, L. Cocagne, D. Bromley, C. Redford, R. Vittitoe, row 4: J. Diller, G. Biltham, M. Weiss, S. Pilling, C. Spitz, K. Kenehan, R. Ferry, P. Carrino, J. Christensen, S. Glover, J. Powers, J. Davis, C. Baulos, G. Cavallone, W. Pierson, row 5: D. Luy, L. Hill, P. Drew, B. Lowe, J. Buck, K. Allen, C. Artman, P. Sromek, J. Hasselbacher, J. Mason, S. Whitley, J. Saum, C. Weinrich, J. Shaffer, K. Livingston University Center Board University Center Board is responsible for all student activities conducted in the Uni- versity Center; which consists of movies, parties, and dances. To be considered for a position on the U.C. Board one must petition to the Student Senate. The Decaturian Staff edits and publishes the school newspaper, The Decaturian. This publication comes out weekly, giving us Millikin news, sports, and convoca- tions events. It also covers world-wide news and, of course, student opinions. Decaturian Staff Row 1 : (L to R) D. Batty, L. Marinier, D. Dill, M. Tirpak, K. Cooper, M. Ransom, row 2: R. Bacci, J. Jubelt, J. Matherly, M. Potje, J. Mason, D. Lamb. D. Meier, M. Block, row 3: R. Fulk, E. Kiel, D. Kareotes, N. Etchison, C. Friend, M. Tirpak, L. Bedrosian, T. Propes, row 4: D. Boyd, K. Trask, T. Hills, S. O ' Neill, S. Pilling, J. Johnson, D. Boster, D. Taylor (advisor), K. Schultz 167 Allied Health Is a club that benefits Biol- ogy majors, Physical Therapy, Medical Technology and other related fields. They often listen to speakers from the commu- nity in these scientific areas in order to better learn about the real operations of their academic areas. Allied Health ■ Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister Row 1 : (L to R) D. Ward, L. Maucker, S. Graves, K. Gregurich. Row 2: C. Slaosz, M. Twomey, G. Gauallone. N. Roads, D. Hayden, C. Roberts. Row 3: P. Eldridge, L. Cocagne, B. McCabe, J. Anderson, J. Oetinger, R. Ferry, J. Harner, L. Gaffner. Row 1 : (L to R) D. Ward, T. Harvel, J. Davis, P. Kirby, Row 2: M. Worland, L. Weiss, M. Kirkland, D. Warren, R. Isaac, D. Chapman, C. Hogan, Row 3: C. Heyer, D. Sutton, C. Lapham, S. Grever, D. Clark, F. Yeo, M. Stults, C. Miller, C. Artman. Millidek The Millidek staff organizes the year book. Much stress and strain was gone through this year as we tried to make all deadlines and cut our budget so that we and future staff may bring you memories of Millikin University. We hope you enjoy this book! 170 ! Mi hi Row 1 : (L to R) P. Kirby, C. Akpan, Row 2: R. Isaac, B. Hepburn, L. Blake, S. Sergent, Row 3: G. Aloysius, G. Muskwe, C. Ombongi, F. Yeo. The International Club consist of students from all over the world who are eager to share their culture with others as they learn nnore about the United States Stu- dents are from countries such as Kenya, Nigeria, Jamaica, Bahamas and Virgin Is- lands. Millikin International Club Math Club Row 1: (L to R) S. Dial, T. Wallgreen, J. Leonard, Row 2: J. Lane, D. Batty, M. Cherry, J. Parry, J. Pearson, N. MalavoIti, Row 3: C. Wallgreen, D. Siner, R. Beck, E. Guion, R. Czerwinski. Row 1: (L to R) P. Fritshle, C. Burns, A. Ball, Row 2: L. Weiss, P. Gordon, P. Hollenstein, T. Tiegarden, P. KIrby, Row 3: R. Ransch, S. O ' Neil, B. Meece, D. Miller, Row 4: A. Wills, L. Soldano, M. Ballard, K. Stone, M. Strawniak, T. Guerrero, J. Saum, D. Boster. Row 5: G. Tarn, R. Kocian, L. Byrd, C. Prentice, J. Johnson. . Residence Hall Council The Residence Hall Council is a coordi- nating body designed to encourage ac- tivities in the residence halls. R.H.C. sponsors dances, movies, speakers and other social and educational programs. Any member of a residence hall may be elected to this council. The Collage staff makes up the publica- tion to display students and faculty liter- ary and art works. Anyone may submit photography, art, poetry or prose to be QoHriflO selected for this semi-annual publication. Wv llOy Row 1: (L to R) K. Barge, S. Keneipp, R. Ulmer, Row 2: M. Roytek, J. Whitsel, H. Long, T. Meyers Orientation Committee The Orientation Commission is responsi- ble for welcoming incoming students. They set up Freshman Camp and help or- ganize some summer weekends for new students. They also organize Campus Prologues. 174 Row 1: (L to R)T. England, A, Dolejs, C. Cooper, Row 2: D. Sutton, K. Funk, D. Elliott, P. Kirby, L. Marinler, Row 3: M. Roytek, H. Hegner, S. Pilling, M. Stults, D. Ernst EAC This council helps to make students aware of our environnnent by coordinating recycling, water testing projects, filnns, hikes and plant sales. This council helps to voice student opinion by setting up let- ter writing campaigns. At this point, nucle- ar waste is the most pressing problem. Environmental Affairs Council Student Education Association Row 1: (L to R) K. Roberts, J. Lewis, Row 2: T. Thomas, F. Delatte, J. Saum, M. Ahrens, N. Johnson, L. Cocagne, C. Yarbrough, L. Currier, W Smith, M. Ballard, K. O ' Neill, Row 3: K. Kettlekamp, D. Hoffman, J. Ferguson, S. O ' Neill, K. Baker, L. Karch, R. Kuykendall Row 1 (L to R): M. Mold, C. Akpan, P. Morrison, L. Carranza, M. Gonzalez, D. Weber, Row 2: C. Dahlby, R. Kocian, K. Klein, J. Knerr, C. Johnson, M. Twomey, C. Slabosz, J. Stevens, Row 3: P. Nugent, S. Nesmlth, K. Rucker. G. Cavallone, D. Donato, C. Murray, D. Ruppel, A. Ineich. K|pi«a«IY|r| p Oil ih Newman Club is an organization to INC;Wlliail WlUU promote and encourage fellowship among Millikin Catholics. They partici- pate in the planning of liturgy and music for Saturday evening masses on campus. 176; ;il is made up of the sororities on plan Formal Rush, and help promote houses. Council Socratic Society Row 1 (L to R): J. Adam, M. Ahren, T. Yarnik, Row 2; T. Teegarden, D Whalen, O DeMoya, i ow 3: F. Mosedale. B. Maibuecher. P. Englebrecht Row 1 (L to R): J. Anderson, J. Powers, S. Schmid, J. Miller, Row 2: A. Rumpel, C. Hagenbuch, B. Meece, H. Kahn, J. Stanton, J. Cordes, J. Provine, Row 3: C. Stainer, C. Jackson, H. Hegner, S. Temmons, P. Stanton, J. Marker, Row 4: K. Franklin, D. Voss, L. Olsen, W. Pierson, T. Nevill, S. Klllpatrick, Absent: J. Lamar pi A 0| Brothers and Sisters in Christ is a Chris- tian fellowship group. The major purpose of BASIC is to seek and develop a person- al relationship with the Person of God in Christ. BASIC sponsors many speaker meetings advantageous to the develop- ment of Millikin students in religious pur- suits. 178 The Psychology Club meets to discuss curriculum procedures within the depart- ment, and to discuss the various aspects of psychology. Psychology Club Row 1 (I to r): M. Kirkland, J. Johnson, M. Ahrens, Row 2: P. Kirby, G. Cavallone, D. Smothers, L. Karch 179 The Sailing Club practices in Lake Deca- tur, mostly in 2-man sailboats. They have a few races each year and generally learn to become better sailors. Some of the members do go down to the Carribean to be crew members on a larger boat during the Winter Term session. ■ . 0 How I (1 to R) M Grovos, A EllarcJ. B Lowo. J HiissfHhorst. J Whilso Or(!w, M Roylok. G Cavallont!, H Ferry (il()V(?r How ? N Bran , I ' Hospitality Corps The Hospitality Corps is one of Millkin ' s public relations group These chosen stu- dents help recruit freshmen during cam- pus prologues and give tours during sum- mer registration sessions. They are available to help freshmen with any prob- lems they might have during their days at Millikin. These students are chosen on the basis of scholarship and their campus leadership. Millinkin Marketing Association Row 1 (L to R) B Cermano, S Pilling. J Whitsel, Row 2 J Diepholz, C Hirsch. C McHugh. B Carrino, N Branz. C Evans Row 3 S Kamianke, J. Roth, J McElheney, T. Lenden. E. Guion. M. Novak 1 Row 1 : (L to R) K. Mines, B. Hepburn, S. Glover, C. Akpan, B. Friend, Row 2 S. Sergent, T. Jones, L. Blal e, R. Isaac, G. Muskewe, P. Kirby, Row 3: L. Brown, T. Wicks, F. Rawls, S. Yeo, L. Byrd, G. Goodrich, L. Allison, Row 4: K. Curtis, C. Polmer, K. Roberts, J. Long, D. Goldson, K, Jackson, D. Washington, A. Wills For Soul Only For Soul Only is a social as well as a service-minded organization for black students. FSO often holds dances and sponsors other social events. This past fall they had a very successful haunted house for the Decatur Community. 182 The Interfraternity Council is made up of members from each fraternity on campus. IFC plans formal rush, interhouse activi- ties and helps promote Greek unity. Interfraternity Council Sigma Alpha Epsilon Row 1 (L to R): D. Sawicki, C. Kearse, T. Blackton, C. Glesne, I. McHugh, Row 2: M. Roytek, J. Diepholz, L. Horn, C. Pterson, S. Polcyn, J. Lewis Row 1 : (L to R) C Weinrich, N Johnson, L. Cocagne, S. Roberts, B Devlin, K. Lindell, Row 2: A. Strieker, J. Diller, S. Smith, N. Bronz, D. Bromley, T. Mathews, Row 3: M. Weiss, E. Winchell, P. Hollenstine, G. Billman, T. Folley, A. Hayes, L. Wicklein, Row 4: S. Lehman, S. Seivert, S. Pilling, H. Long, B. Mcguan, C Burns Student Admissions Corp. Millikin ' s Student Admission Corp. plans all campus prologues, and distributes lit- erature and takes prospective students on tours of the campus. The Student Ad- mission Corp is chosen on the basis of academic standing and leadership quali- ties. 184 1 . The Ski Club is a social organization which sponsors ski trips during Decem- (ber and January. Its many members travel up to ski resorts in Michigan and northern , portions of Wisconsin. The Ski Club is open to everyone from beginners to ex- pert skiers. li Ski Club Row 1 : (L to R) K. Rutland, C. Betzer, K. BIy, S. McKeown, S. Dial, T. Myers, C. Chrlstensen, Row 2: D. Bowen, R. Missaghi, J. Wells, A. Gonzalez, S. Murchwoka, D. Hupp, S. Missaghi, Row 3: L. Brough, E. Schreiber, K. Jackson, J. Dempsey, T. Nevill Industrial Engineering Club The Industrial Engineering majors at Milli- kin get together to discuss what is hap- pening in their field today. They often hold speaker meetings in which members of the community speak to them on their po- sitions in the business world. Row 1 : (L to R) T. Chabak, S. Brown, T. Kritsas, Row 2: M. Doti, J. Baiko, A. Reese, T. Metz, Row 3: L. Ma- licki, L. Moreland, C. McHugh, L. Marinier, T. Bouton The Little Sisters of Kappa Sigma are a social and service organization to the brothers of Kappa Signna. The Stardus- ters raise money for local and national philanthropies and support the Kappa Sigma fraternity through friendships and an active Greek life. Kappa Sigma Little Sisters War Games Club L to R: H. Kohn, D. Webb, S. Simons, D. Houffe Row 1 (L to R): P. Nagy, P Young, C Prentice, T. Lamporte, S. Glover, K. Forestall, C. Brigga, Row 2: K Funk, R. Ferry, L. Soldano, J. Schrank, J. Friend, R Sanderson, K. Mines, Row 3: K Gregurich, D. Ward, B Yedinak. M. Doti, S. Reid, D Chapman, E Faber, J. Haensel, Row 4: C. Burns. B. Given, L. Brown, P Gordon, B Vincent, D. Beard, J Whitaker, Row 5: M. Deresinski, C. Fulk, J. McMullen, P. Morrison, M Krueger, T Hefley Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi is an academic business fraternity. It holds formal rush each year to gain new members. It often hosts men and women from a wide range of business communities to speak, and to help mem- bers learn more about the business world. Alpha Kappa Psi selects its members from business majors only. 188 Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweethearts Row 1 (L to R): S Wood. B Bizer, K. Bradley, E. Frank, S. Reid, Row 2: N Johnson, H. Bakakos, R. ' Parker, T. Mathews. B Mueth. Row 3: D. Brom- ley, K. Rogers, K. Colton. T. Buckley, E. Livesay, J. Haselhorst Time was . pinball in the Sub, the " Lib " , Friday night movies, LSB, Lower LA, Homecoming, order ing Pizza, playing backgammon, running the rose garden, a Kirkland concert, the Winery, Campus Chest swim meet, the " Cat " at noon, FSO ' s haunted house, Greek games, Freshman Camp wakeups and graduation. (L to R) R Scolt, J. Cominskey. L Steffen, B Johnson, C H«lsing Alpha Epsilon Delta Alpha Epsilon Delta is an international honorary so- ciety for Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental students This organization recognizes acadenriic achievement in these medical fields Sigma Zeta isl tow (L to R) T England S Stawniak. D Teason 2tid row (t to R) N Malavoiti, B. Johnson, J Mathus, R, Simms 3rd row(L to R) L- Fleming. D. El- iiott. J Dean. J Sutton, J Allen, D Watson Signiti Zb i IS a national tioriorary open to students studying malhi and science wtio maintain a 2 75 cu mulative giade point average with a 3 0 ai eiage in science courses Students participating in this or- ganization listen to speakers working in related fields and must present a paper on soiTie aspect of science or mathematics 197 ii 1st row (L to R) P. Nagy, P. Young, C. Prempice, T. Lamporte, S. Glover, K. Forestell, C. Briggs 2nd row (L to R) K. Funk, R. Ferry, L. Sondano, J. Scrank, G. Aloysius, R. Sanderson, K. Mines 3rd row (L to R) K. Gregurich, D. Ward, B. Yedinak, M. Doti, S. Reid, D. Chapman, E. Faber, J. Haensel 4th row (L to R) C. Burns, B. Given, L. Brown, P. Gordon, B. Vincent, D. Beard, S. Whitaker 5th row (L to R) M. Denesinski, C. Fulk, J. McMullen, P. Morrison, M Krueger, T. Hefley Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi is the national fraternity for stu- dents enrolled in the School of Business and Indus- trial Management. Alpha Kappa Psi enhances classroom learning by relating learning to today ' s business world Students participating in this orga- nization listen to speakers from the professional business community in Decatur and the surrounding area. 198 Alpha Lambda Delta 1st row (L to R) H. Hegner, P. Gordon, J. Haensel, J. Woodall, D. Magy, L. Maucker 2nd row (L to R) K. BIy, T Broeker, D Warmker. J. Rosenow. B Runzel, M. Neiss 3rd row (L to R) K. Klein, M. Krueger, L Olsen, D. Dixon Alpha Lambda Delta grew out of local Mu honorary chapter. The group was chartered nationally to Al- pha Lambda Delta in 1980 and sophomores were initiated as alumni while freshmen were initiated as active members. This honorary recognizes fresh- men who have been outstanding academically and who have participated in many campus activities. 1st row (LtoR) K Harvey, R Higgins 2nd row (LtoR) D. Marshall, R Scott, S. Strawniak, G Redford Phi Kappa Phi Phi Kappa Phi is a national collegiate honor society which chooses its members from senior men and women in the upper one eighth of the graduating class Many of Millikin ' s faculty are also members of this organization Sigma Alpha lota 2( to turn to FIRST SM THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK OF DECATUR Main Dank, 130 N. Water RrstBank North, 2505 N. Water Broadway and Prairie 424-1111 207 FOR STUDENTS GOING PLACES IT ' S THE BANK THAT HELPS YOU GET THINGS DONE . . . . THE MILLIKIN NATIONAL BANK OF DECATUR Service Since 1860 Member F.D.I.C. 229 S. 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Illinois, Chattanoga, e, Alabama , Sarnia, JeroTie, Quebec, Clinton, South 213 decQtuf aviation, inc. decatur airport — box 990 decatur, Illinois 62525 Flight instruction Aircraft rental Maintenance Sales Cessna Phone: 428-6631 423-9832 CANDY - CARDS - GlPTS " HSp jatzDaaHi Brettwood Village 3074 N. Water St. For all social expression needs: Hallmark Cards Gifts Party Items Stationery Downtown Decatur 122 E. William St. For everything: Books Sporting Goods Pens Social Expression Needs campus bookstore on the campus of Millikin University-for all students ' needs jewelry gifts textbooks art supplies school supplies drafting supplies fraternity shirts custom shirt prin.tinj 214 SEVENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT 217 Prizes and Awards Glen Smith Award Michael Novak Millikin National Bank Awards Nancy Williams, Cheryl Win- kelblack, David Dixon, Laurie Gross McGee-Howard Award Eric Screiber Major Thomas G. Storey Citizenship Award Jeffrey Dempsey The George P. Wison Memorial Fund Award Craig Ingold, Ter- ry Neville, David Boyer, Stanley Grant, Matthew Lane Outstanding Marketing Student Awards Gregory Bruner, Eric Smith Paul R. Winn Memorial Scholarship Vicki VanRheeden Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship Award Carol Fulk Murphey, Jenne and Jones Accounting Awards Paul Selby, Nancy Williams Central Chapter of Illinois Society of Certified Public Accoun- tant ' s Award Pamela Gordon School of Music Dean ' s Honor Award Susie Roberts Sigma Alpha lota Honor Certificate Kathy Harvey Phi Mu Alpha Opera Award Alan Held Winifred St. Clair Minturn Award Alan Held School of Music Piano Award Julie Warnick The Wilna Moffett Award Lawrence Lawyer 220 Pi Kappa Lambda Outstanding Seniors Award Ann Fisher- keller, Alan Held Pi Kappa Lambda Certificate of Honor Gregory Bueltmann, JoEllen Cordes, Donald Irwin, Katfileen Jansen, Jodi Marzorati, Daniel Pierce, Arlene Rumpel, Kathryn Springer, Julie Warnick Membership into Phi Kappa Lambda Judith Woodall, Judith Nordstrom, William Jean, Carol Johnson, Kevin Thomason Decatur Memorial Hospital Graduate Education in Nursing Award Mark Moore The Dortha F. Dean Nursing Award Cindy Nobbe The Macon County Medical Auxiliary Award Donna Heneghan The Behavioral Sciences Award Lynne Gushing The Clyde Dennis Award Laura Farcas The Biology Honors Award Sharon Strawniak The John and Ula Leighty Research Award in Biology Laura Farcas, Joseph Sutton, Ellen Wmchell Alpha Epsilon Delta Award Rick Simnns 1981 Undergraduate Award in Analytical Chemistry Joseph Comiskey 221 Prizes and Awards Chemical Rubber Company Prize Matthew Lane The Carl and Lucile Weatherbee Chemistry Prize Laura Far- cas American Institute of Chemists Award Nathan Malavoiti Dr. and Mrs. William F. Henderson Prize Joseph, Rick Simms, Alan Taylor Dr. and Mrs. W.J. Darby Prize Nancy Ashley Dr. L.C. McNabb Memorial Award Kevin Ash, Nina Sanfilippo J. Bend Wand Prize Ann Fisherkeller, Jodi Marzorati Grace Patten Conant Literary Prize Loretta Hoback, Shirley Lindsay Grace Patten Conant Prize Kelly Smidt, Joseph Sutton Conant Society Achievement Award Rena Higgins Environmental Affairs Council Award Laura Farces Department of Foreign Languages Literature Prize Charles Cox Thomas W. and Mary R. Adney Memorial Award Sheri Soelle The T.W. Samuels Award John Fleming Millikin Dames Awards J. Kevin Barge, Patsy Kirby, Charles LaHew, Nathan Malavoiti, Celeste Niehaus, Ellen Winchell, Lori Bedrosian, Sandra Glover, Judith Woodall Dr. Jere C. Mickel Human Relations Award Kevin Hines, Mary Roytek The Daniel J. and Elinor Gage Student Activities Award J. Kevin Barge, Ellen Winchell " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Univer- sities " Lori Bedrosian, Kelly BIy, Lawrence Fleming, Diane Nagy, Eric Schreiber, Gil Abbott, Nancy Adrian, Nancy Ashley, 222 J. Kevin Barge, Laura Farcas, Kathy Harvey, Alan Held, Carol Johnson, Larry Lawyer, Jeff McElheney, Virginia f lacDonna, Nathan f lalavolti, Kenneth Ivlorris, Celeste Niehaus, Steve Pill- ing, Susie Roberts, John Semple, Leslie White, Ellen Winchell, Sue Wood, Victoria Yedinak Frances Falvey Plaque Andrea Dolejs Pi Mu Theta Award Laura Farcas, Pamela Gordon Phi Kappa Phi memberships Lori Bedrosian, David Boyer, Scott Britton, Joseph Comiskey, Timothy Lohrstorfer, Diane Nagy, Eric Schreiber, Rick Simms, Vicki VanRheeden, E. Bruce Vincent, Cheryl Winkelblack, Judith Woodall, Nancy Ashley, J. Kevin Barge, Jeff Dempsey, Gary Jackson, Carol Johnson, Lin- da Karch, Virginia MacDonna, Laura Steffen, Leslie White, Amy Bagley, Gregory Bruner, Carol Fulk, ivlary Jostes, David Watson Phi Kappa Phi certificates Jill Christensen, Theresa Donovan, Rose Anne Forrester, Cynthia Glidden, Laurie Gross, Janice Johnson, Matthew Lane, Tim Mecha, Patricia Nugent, Rodney Sanders, Linda Schlesinger, Russell Sherbondy, Charlotte Spitz, Anne Westcot, Cheryl Whitley, Jeannefte Anderson, JoEI- len Cordes, David Dixon, Andrea Doljes, Ellen Faber, Andrea Fahrig, Pamela Hollenstine, Heidi Jones, James Link, Mar Ma- lavolti, Margaret Midden, Michael Nalefski, Joni Rosenow, Rob- ert Saner, Robert L. Smith, Karen Stone, C. Mark Weiss, Lind- say Wright Morrison Memorial Christian Leadership Scholarship Mitchell Schuessler Walter Witt Award Lisa Lane The Ralph and Ellen Allan " Big Blue " Awards Timothy Teegar- den, Cynthia Hogan Scovill Prizes Amy Bagley, Lori Bedrosian, David Boyer, Scott Britton, Douglas Elliott, Christy Peters, Arlene Rumpel, Cheryl Winkelblack 223 Abbott, Barba ra 38, 89, 94, 166 Abbott, Ptiillip G. 7 Abegglen, Jotin 1 18 Abernattiy, Sheila 85 Abratiamson, Mathew Adam, Josepti 88, 177, 180 Adams, Rodney 7 Adrian, Mary 20, 92 Adrian, Nancy 7, 92, 177 Atiearn, Mary 7, 177 Ahrens, Melodie 38, 85, 97, 175, 179 Akpan, Cecilia 30, 89, 171, 176, 182 Albert, Marie 7 Albert, Phillip 99 Aldridge, Mark 38 Alexander, James 99 Alexander, Lisa 88 Allen, James 99 Allen, Kelley 38, 85, 100, 166 Allison, Linda 7, 182 Allison, Verne 91 Aloysius, Geoffrey 7, 171 Althoff, Gary Althoff, John Anderson, Jane 8, 87, 169 Anderson, Jeannette 30, 84 Anderson, Jerry Anderson, Jill 20, 178 Anderson, Jonathan 91 Anderson, Scott 38 Andriano, Jacqueline Andriano, Patricia 38, 89, 92 Arp, Jeffrey 99 Artman, Cindy 38, 86, 100, 166, 170 Artman, Ron 96 Ash, Kevin 8, 116, 118 Ashcraft, Sherry 38, 84 Ashley, Nancy Askill, Carol Ater, Craig Augustine, Michael Austin, Peter Baber, Gary Bacci, Rhonda 39, 86, 167 Badertcher, Carta 86 Baftord, Denna 39, 100 Bagley, Amy Bahn, Crystal 39, 169 Bailey, Edward Bailey, Ronald 20, 99 Bakakos, Helen 8, 97, 173 Bakakos, Tammy 97 Baker, Caren 8, 175 Baker, David Baker, Evelyn Baker, Mark 30, 96 Bale, Michele 39 Bales, Kelly Baike, Annette 84 Baiko, Jayne 86 Ball, Amelia 172 Ball, David Ball, Ralph Ballard, Mary Jane 20, 85, 172, 175 Ballog, Kimberly 94 Barge, J. Kevin 8, 174 Barnes, James 30 Barnes, M. 92 Barnes, Villiam Barr, Melvin 90 Barrowman, Diane 39, 86 Bartlett, Rovert Baschiera, Adranne 39, 89 Basile, Glenn Baskerville, Vanessa Basler, Douglas 88 Batty, Dee 37, 100, 167, 171 Bauer, Ray Baulos, Carol 39, 166 STUDENT INDEX Baumann, Gregory 98 Beats, Susan Bear, William 30, 91 Beard, Dennis 21, 90 Bechtel, John Becker, Daniel 99 Bedrosian, Lori 21, 100, 167 Beirne, Michael 9 1 Belln, Lori Benscoter, Hugh Benz, Gen 30, 100, 166 Berger, Amy Beringer, Bolores Berley, Matthew Bernahl, Diane Bertram, Scott Betzer, Cristy Bierman, Lisa 30 Biever, Kathleen 85 Binder, Sandra Birmingham, Kent Bivens, Mary 84 Bizer, Barbara 30, 84, 166 Blackton, Thomas 8, 97 Blake, Leoneilda 89, 182 Blakeman, John 93 Blakey, Kara Blakey, Mary 94 Blalock, Kimberly Blankenship, Judith Blankenship, Vivian 8, 85 Blattner, Steven 89 Blazic, Michael Block, Mary Jo 100, 167 Blondell, Karen Blondell, Thomas 99 BIy, Kelly 21, 85 Boehm, Laura Bohn, John 30, 98 Boland, Daniel Bond, Kathleen 30 Bonic, Michael Booker, Susan Borah, Delores 39 Borders, John Bosse, Bruce Bossert, Paul Boster, Douglas 93, 167, 172 Bott, Jeff Bouton, Tracy 8, 92, 177 Boyd, Debra 86, 100, 167 Boyd, Brian 91 Boyer, Beverly 21, 85 Boyer, David 21, 90 Boyer, Sharon Boykin, Roscoe Boys, Shelly Bracamonter, John Brackman, Laura 39, 85 Bradley. Kelly 39, 85 Brady, Michael 96 Bramblett, Brian 91 Branch, Ronald 8, 88 Brandenburg, Lea 39, 86 Branz. Nancy 8, 97, 166, 168, 181, 184 Brenneisen, Robert 91 Bretz, James 88 Bridges, Brenda 21 Briggs, Colleen 85 Brinson, Tamara 8 Britton, Scott Brock, Brian 95 Brooksbank, Sharon 39, 85 Broeker, Theresa 88 Bromley, Delores 21, 97, 166, 168, 184 Brosius, Roger Brough, Lon 21, 91, 182 Brown, Alan Brown, Karen Brown, Kenneth 90 Brown, Francie Brown, Lesa Brown, Mike Brown, Miklos Brown, Susan 94 Browning, David Brozio. Beth 89 Bruckert, Terry 8, 95 Brumbaugh, Dona Bruner, Greg 8, 1 18 Brunol, Sharon 3 1 Brunson, Mark Brunson, Michael Bryson. Kenneth Buchanan, Ricky 89 Buck, Jeanne 39, 85, 100, 166 Buckalew, Paul 9 1 Buckles, Stanley Buckley, Tern 9, 92 Budde, Bruce Budde, Jeanette 2 1 Budds, Arlene 9 Bueltmann, Gregory 99 Bullington, Kevin Bumpus, Sally 39. 86, 100, 166 Burbidge, Drew Burgenet, Bonnie Burgener, Jeff Burkham. David 21 Burkham. Michael Burkhart. Pamela 39. 84 Burneister, Lance 39. 91. 95 Burns. Christopher 9, 89, 168, 172, 184 Burns, Scotti Burrage, Kevin Burton, Douglas Butcher, Steven 2 1 , 99 Butler, Darren Byard, Danny Byard, Katherine Byrd, Linda 9, 84, 172. 182 Calas. Curt 31. 93, 180 Callahan, Daniel Callan, John 21. 88 Camillo, David 95, 183 Camillo, Joseph 95 Canham, Donna Carlton, Timothy Carman, Bryan 1 1 8 Carman, Jay Carnero, Judith 31, 84, 92 Carranza, Leticia 39. 86. 92. 176 Carrino. Pamela 9. 97, 166, 177, 181 Carter. Marilyn Carver, Kenneth 91 Cassel. Tamie 31. 92 Castillo. Melissa 31 Cavallone. Gina 21. 100. 166. 169. 176, 179, 181 Caylor. David 39 Ceas. Michael 88 Cerniglia. Greg 99 Chabak. Tina Chapman. Ann 86, 92 Chapman, Debbie 40 Chapman, Dee Dee 100. 166, 170 Chatman, Joe 96. 183 Chavez, Elizabeth 92 Cherry, Martha 171 Cherven, Thomas 91 Chester, Jesse 9, 88 Childs. Michael Chow, Jeannette 40 Christensen. Carl 21 Christensen. Gary 2 1 Christensen. Jill 40. 96. 166 Ciabattoni, Anthony Ciabattoni, Joseph 9 Cizek, Richard 99 225 Clapp, David Clark, Carol 89 Clark, Daniel 40, 90, 170 Clark, Kim 40 Clark, Lana Cleary, Jean Clemens, Robert Cllmger, Debra 92 Close, Kimra Cocagne, Lynn 9, 97, 166, 168, 169, 175, 184 Coen, S.D. Coeur, David Coleman, William Collier, Douglas Collingwood, Greg Collins, Kathleen 40, 85, 166 Colton, Karen 9 Comiskey, Joseph 21 Cook, Donald 90 Cook, Scott 88 Coon, Melissa Cooper, Ann 31 Cooper, Cathy 86, 167, 175 Cooper, Greg 21 Cooper, John 9 Cooper, Ted 90 Corban, Brad 9, 98 Cordes, Jo 31, 89, 178 Corley, Craig Coventry, Mary Coventry, Steven Cox, Charles Coyne, Ronald Crass, Heffrey 40, 91 Cratz, Brian Cravens, Larry Cristy, Sandy 100 Cross, John 88 Cross, S.J. 96 Crouch, Kevin Crouch, William Cummins, Greg 95 Currier, Lisa 21, 175 Curtis, Ken 182 Gushing, Lynne Custer, Charon Daiber, Theresa 21, 89 Dammeier, Drew 31, 88 Dautzenberg, Tony 40, 90, 93 Davie, William Davis, Deborah Davis. Jill 40, 92, 166, 170 Davis, Robert Davis, Robert L. Deagan, Scot 9, 96 Dean, John 99 Dees, Brian 180 Degalan, Richard 96 Degroot, Robert 98 Dejaynes, Marty 91 Del Favero, Debbie Delatte, Faith 31, 175 Demoya, Olga 84, 177 Dempsey, Jeff Denby, Walter 96, 180 Dentinger, Jennifer 9, 169, 177 Deppe, Carrie 22, 100 Deppe, Greg 93 Deresinski, Michael 22, 89 Derrick, Jeffery 10 Detwiler, Scott 40, 91, 95 Devlin, Bridget 22, 97, 168, 184 DeYoung, Dirk 96 Dial, Susan 10 Diaz-pons, Betina 22 Dickerson, James 22 Dickey, David Diehl, Nancy 22, 84 Diepholz, Jean 97, 181, 183 Dietz, Richard Dill, Dawn 40, 167 Diller, Julia 22, 94. 166, 168, 184 Disney, James Dixon, David Dolan, Diane 22 Dolan, James Dolejs, Andrea 31, 85, 175 Donate. Denise 31. 169, 176 Donnan, Steven Donovan. Susan 40, 86 Donovan, Thereso Dooley, Jeffrey Doti, Mary 94 Dougherty, John 93 Dow. Willian Dowers. Willian 93 Downing, Gerald Downs, John 31. 90 Dozier. Sandra Draper. Michael Drew. Kelly 92 Drew. Peggy 85. 92. 166. 181 Dry. Mary Ducharme. William 93 Dunigan. Cathy Annette 40, 84 Dunning, Wayne 31, 87 Durbin, Kent Durley, Phillip 10, 90 Dworak, Donna Dyal, Lisa 40 Dzialowy, Robert Eades, Richard Eckhardt, Lee Edwards, Judith 10 Eells, Kevin 96 Eighelberger, Greg 22, 95 Eichenauer, Lee Eiland, Alex 22, 88 Eldridge, Patricia 92, 169 Elliott, Douglas 22. 195 Ellis. Craig 96 Engelbrecht. Pen 31, 85, 177 England, Theresa 22, 85, 175 Engle, James 10 Ernst, Deborah 40 Ernst, Mary Ann 22, 94, 175 Esposito, James 93 Esposito, Joseph 90, 166 Estopare, Matthew 40, 98 Etchison. Nancy 40. 86, 167 Etherton, Eric 10 Evans, Connie 40. 181 Evans, Janice 22. 89 Evans, Timothy 40. 96 Evans. Wendy 22 Faber, Ellen 31 Fahrig, Andrea 31 Fallon, Daniel Famera, Daniel Farcas, Laura 10, 84 Fassler, Thomas Fatheree, Christine Ferguson, Jeri 22, 175 Ferry. Rachel 22. 94, 166, 169. 181 Fieldbinder. Colleen 10 Fields, Debbie 87 Figlewicz, Kenneht 95 Fields, John 96 Finch, Robert Finch, Trudy 22 Finley, Brian 88 Fischer, Anne 86, 92 Fisherkeller. Ann 1 16 Fitzgerald. David Fitzgerald. Theresa Fitzgerrel. Robert 10 Fitzgibbons. Eric 91 Fitzpatrick, Nancy Flannery, Meghan Flannigan, Brett 95 Fleming, John 10, 93 Fleming, Kathleen 31, 97 Fleming, Larry 22 Floyd, Jeffrey Fogarty, Robert 10 Foley, Sally 22 Foley, Thomas 99. 168, 184 Fombelle, Michael 31 Forestell. Kathryn 10. 118 Forrester, Rose Anne 94 Forth, Deborah 10 Foster, Jodi Fowler. Debra Fowler. Mary 23. 92 Francis. Ted 99 Frank. Ellen Franke, Sue 1 18 Franklin, David Franklin, Katherine 40, 88, 178 Franklin, Peggy Lou 44. 94 Franklin. Vincent Frazier, Thomas 31 Friend, Cynthia 167 Friend, James Frost, Karen 84 Fry, Mary 41, 84 Fryman, Diane Fujii, Saigo 41 , 94 Fulk, Carol 1 1 Fulk, Robin 31, 167 Funk, Karl 32, 175 Gaffner, Elizabeth 32, 94 Gall, Robert Ganley, James 91 Ganley, Joseph Gant, Margie Gerard, Geoffery 1 1 (alias) Gardner, Sally Gardner, Terrell Garvey. Tracy Gatto, Ron Gayon. Jeffrey 41 Gebhart, William George, Richard 32 Germane, Brian 23 Gifford, David Gift. Brad 97. 1 18 Gilmore. Michelle 32 Glasscock, Rick 98 Glesne. Karen 23. 92, 180 Glick, Mary Anne Glidden, Cynthia 41, 86 Glover, Sandra 29, 86, 166, 181, 183 Godde. Julie 94 Goeke. Julianne 41. 88, 92 Goggins, Michael 11, 90 Goldson, Debra 32, 85. 182 Gonzalez. Arthur 23, 91 Gonzalez, Maria 176 Gonzalez, Phillip 41, 91 Goodrich, Greg 182 Gooley, Markian Gordon, Pam 23, 85, 172 Gordy, Christine Gorman, John 32. 93 Gorsky. John 41. 99, 183 Gough, James 41, 99 Goyke, William 90, 169 Grana, Lori 41, 84 Granger, David 41, 85, 90 Granger. Terryon 11, 88 Grannan, Mary 94 Grant, Stanley Graves, Susan 11, 92, 169 Gray. Julie 97 Green, Kevin 8 Green. Patricia Greene. Matthew Greene. Melissa 41, 85 Greene, Susan 41, 88 Gregurich, Kim 23, 84, 169 Grever, Susan 11, 100. 170 Griffin. Leroy 98 Griffith. Nancy Griffith. Thomas 96 Gromoll, Millie Gross, Laurie 41, 86. 94. 166 Groves. Joyce 11. 94 Groves. Martha 11. 100. 177, 181 Guard, Ellen 41. 86. 94, 166, 169 Guerrero, Tina 172 Guinn, Alison 1 1 226 Guion, Eric 11, 171, 180, 181 Gwinn, Robert 99 Haas, Scott 1 1 Haensel, Julie 25 Haensel, Paul 32, 49 Hagenbuch, Corlin 11,86, 178 Halford, Gregory Hamilton, Mary Hamilton, Susan 88, 94 Hanks, Nancy 4 1 Hantel, Heidi 94 Harner, Jo Alice 23, 84, 169 Harr, Jeffrey Harris, Kevin 4 1 Harrison, Greg Harrison, fylichael Hart, Roderick Hartz, Cynttiia 32 Harvel, Tara 41, 89, 97, 170 Harvey, Kathy 1 1, 84 Haselhorst, Jolene 23, 92, 181 Hasselbactier, Joy 100, 166 Hastings, Randy 23 Hauffe, Daniel Hawbaker, Commie 32 Hawick, T, 98 Havv ortti, Tim Hayden, Diana 12, 169 Hayes, Alice 32, 97, 168, 184 Hayes, Bennett Hayes, Rictiard Haynes, f ark Hays, Becky 32 Hefley, Terryl Hegeler, Harlin Hegeler, fvladelle 84 Hegner, Chetialis 32, 88, 175, 178 Heiden, Craig 96 Hein, Douglas 93 Hein, Leslie Heinemann, Karen Heinkel, Jeff Heisserer, Shiirley Held, Alan 98 Heller, Martin 90 Helm, Donald 93 Helsing, Cheryl 12 Hemphill, William 32, 96 Henderson, Frankie Henderson, Gregory Hendrian, Donald Hene, Lisa Henegan, Colleen 23 Heneghan, Donna Henke, Kayla 12 Hepburn, Caleb 23, 88, 171, 182 Herrmann, Robert Hessel, David 91 Heyer, Casey 23, 100, 170 Hewifte, Al 88 Higgins, Rena 12 Highcock, Deborah Hilgendorf, Dawn Hill, Dava Hill, David 12, 166 Hillard, Linda 23 Hillegonds, Robert 87 Hiller, Bonnie 41, 89 Hillsy, Thomas 41, 90 Hines, Cynthia 88 Hines, Keith 12, 91, 182 Hines, Kevin 12, 91, 183 Hines, Michelle 42 Hine, Doug 87 Hinton, Christa 42, 86, 94 Hirsch, Carolyn 23, 181 Hirst, Deborah 12 Hitchens, Douglas HIawek, Thomas Hoback, Loretta Hobson, Susan 42 Hochertz, Donald Hochriem, Sue Hoefert, Joseph Hoercher, Phonda 86 Hoffland, Thomas Ho(fmann, Karen Hogan, Brenda 42 Hogan, Cynthia 23, 170 Holland, Michael 91 Hollenstine, Pam 32, 86, 168, 172, 184 Hooker, Timothy 42 Hopper, Anita Horn, Lisa 23, 84, 183 Hornbeck, Henry 90, 93 Hosey, Mark Hosier, Robert 96 Hosseinian, Seyed Hosteller, Anne Hotwick, Karen Hotwick, Sharon Hough, Jeanne 94 Houshman, Mohammad Howard, Christine Howard, Denise Howard, James Howard, Thomas Howell, John Hug, Carrie 42, 86 Hughes, Sharon Humphreys, Janet Hunt, Mark Hupp, Alan Hupp, Duane Hyde, Steven 98 Ineich, Anne 32, 86, 176 Ingold, Craig 12 Irwin, Donald Isaac, Racheal 23, 86, 166, 170, 171, 183 Isaacs, Mark Ivory, Alicia Jachson, Ada Jackson, Carol 42, 178 Jackson, Curtis 32 Jackson, David Jackson, Gary 12 Jackson, Kenneth 42, 182 Jackson, Michael 42, 89 Jacobs, Pam 24, 97 Jacobs, Paula 88, 97 Jacobson, Terese 24, 84 Jaekel, Kent Jamison, Jeff Jansen, Evelyn Janus, Anne-Marie 24, 86 Jayne, Jeff Jean, William 12 Jelks, Charace Jennings, Brian 96 Jennings, Clark 96 Jennings, Michael 42, 91 Jermolowicz, Nancy Johansen, Pia 24, 100 Johner, Diane Johnson. Arthur Johnson, Carol 12, 86, 176 Johnson, Janice 42, 84, 167, 172 Johnson, Jerry 179 Johnson, Jill 42, 89, 97 Johnson, Kaye Johnson, Kurt Johnson, Linda Johnson, Michael 42 Johnson. Nancy 97, 166, 168, 175, 184 Johnson, Robert 96 Johnson. Robert E Johnson, Thresa 100 Joliff, Beverly 42 Jones. Brad 90 Jones. Chester Jones. Curtis 42. 90 Jones. Eddie 42 Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Heidi Jones. Ralph Jones. Tamara 182 Jones. William Jordan, Forrest 99 Jostes, Lynnette 13 Joyner, Kay 84 Jubelt, Jeanmario 42. 85, 166, 167 Judy, Daniel 9 1 Junge, Lyie 42. 99 Junge, Susan Kachhk, Kathryn 32, 92 Kahn, Harold 32, 178 Kahn, Jay Kaiser, Sheri Kaike, Sue 42, 100 Kallinger, Steve 12, 98 Kaminke, Sue 13, 92, 180, 181 Kamphaus, Joann Karch, Linda 13, 176, 179 Karcher, Ken 24, 93 Kareotes. Dena 92. 167 Karl. Mark 90 Kashefska. Gary Kauppi, Kevin Kearse. Cynthia 100, 183 Keele, Scott Keller, Mary 24, 94 Kelley, Maura 24. 86, 169 Kemnitz. Edward 96 Kemper. Benjamin Kenehan. Kathleen 24, 100. 166 Keneipp. Chris Keneipp. Kurt Keneipp. Shelly 1 74 Kennedy. Deborah 85 Kennedy, Richard Kennell, Laura Kerrigan, Kathleen 88 Kerrigan. Kathleen 88 Kettelkamp. Kendy 175 Kettelkamp. Kerry Kiefer. Susan Kiel. Erin 24. 100 Killpatrick. Stephen 43. 178 Kincaid. Judith 43. 86. 92 King. Michael Kinimmonth. Chuch Kirby, Emily 97 Kirby. Patsy 86, 170, 171. 172, 175. 179. 182 Kirchoff. Keith 24, 88 Kirkland, Melissa 43. 97. 170, 179 Kirtland, Kin Kiser, Michael Kitchen, Glenn 32. 95 Klaven. Kerrie Kleban. Andrea 92 Klein. Karen 33, 176 Knaup, Theresa Knerr. John 176 Knowles, Marc Koch, Laurie 43. 89, 166 Kocian. Roxanne 172. 176 Koenig, Katherine 13. 94 Kiester. Georgia Kohlbecker. Robert Kolberer. Peggy Korbet, Nancy 13. 180 Kosar. David 43 Kowal. Michael Kraemer. Glenn Kramer, Mary 84 Kraus. Autumn 43, 94 Kraus. Debra 33. 94 Krause. David Kresse, Kim Kreuger. Bruce Kreuger. Jonathan Krimmel, Judith Kritsas. Kathryn 24. 94 Krizka. David 91 Krows. Kevin 93 Krows. Susan 87 Krueger, Michael 24 Kuhle. Kent Kuhnke, Kurt 24, 99. 183 Kull. Kristi 24, 92 Kuplsh, David 13 Kuyendall, Ruth 43, 84, 92, 175 227 Kwasa, Donald Kwilosz, Karen Labahn, Steven 24, 89 Labno, Carleen 13 Lagerstrom, Ronald Lamar, James 33, 96 Lamb, Dean 90, 93, 167 Lamporte, Tami 43, 94 Landwehr, Eric Lane, Joni 43, 84, 171 Lane, Lisa 33, 84 Lane, Matthew 43 Langdon, Betti 84 Laphiam, Cheryl 13, 100, 170 Lathorp, Kay 33 Lauderdale, Pat Lauderdale, Roy Law, Harriett Lawrence, John Lawyer, Larry 33, 87 Lazarz, Brian Leden, Michael 43, 90 Lee, Mark Lee, Rick 24 Lehew, Charles Lehman, Gary Lehman, Steve 33, 93, 168, 184 Leipold, Tricia 24, 100 Lennon, Cynthia Leonard, Jodi 33, 92, 171 Leonadri, Suzanne 33, 86 Leusch, Mike Lewallen, Bryon Lewis, Janet 13, 175, 183 Lewis, Jeffrey Lewis, Ronald 43 Leyden, Jeffery Linden, Kathy 13, 97, 166, 168, 177, 184 Linden, Thomas 13, 94, 173, 181 Lindsay, Shirley Lindstrom, Chris 91 Link, James Link, William Lipe, Thomas 13, 95 Lissy, Terry 96, 183 Little, David Livesay, Liz 24, 94, 177 Livingston, Karen 33, 89, 166 Lock, Thomas 91 Lockett, Victor 88 Lofky, James 25, 99 Logan, Nancy Lohmar, Richard Lohrstorfer, Charles Lohrstorfer, Theresa Lohrstorfer, Timothy Lokaitis, Brian 91 Londo, Marc 43, 90 Long, Gary 43, 98 Long, Haeger 14, 99, 168, 174, 184 Long, Jacqueline 25, 182 Longwill, Kimberly Lopez, Gayle 14 Lorenz, Eugenie Losavz, B. 99 Lovel, Len Lovins, B. 96 Lowe, Albert 88, 166, 181 Lowe, James Lucente, Francis Ludwig, Michael 25, 99 Luecal, Robert Lyons, Michael Lytle, Robert Mabry, Jodi MacDonna, Virginia 97, 177 Magill, Marc Magro, Mark Maibuecher, Robert 43, 88, 177, 180 Maish, Peggy 33, 84, 92 Malavoiti, Mary 33, 86 Malavoiti, Nathan 14, 93, 171 Malicki, Lisa 100, 177 Malinowski, Becky 43 Malone, Bret 95 Malone, Julie 86, 94 Mangold, Lori 43, 89, 94, 166 Marbury, Tanya 43, 87 March, Daniel 14 March, Ellen 25 Marchewka, Stanley Marinier, Laura 14, 100, 167, 175 Markel, Julie 33, 86, 178 Marotto, Lurana 43, 86 Marquardt, Paul 43, 91, 93 Marshall, Pam Martin, Jerry Martin, John 44, 91 Martiniak, Brian Martos, George 44, 91 Marunde, Kimary 14 Marzano, Laura 44, 86 Marzorati, Jodi 33, 94, 1 18 Mason, Jami 44, 89, 100, 166, 167 Matherly, Jeana Mathews, Tamara 25, 86, 168, 184 Mathias, Doug Mathieson, Jeff Mathus, James Maucher, Cindy 25, 94, 169 Mauer, Todd 25 Maul, Arthur 87, 98 Maulberger, Steve May, Melanie 25, 85, 166 Maycroft, Pam Meador, Jeffrey Meadows, Ken 14 Mecha, Tim Meece, Beverly 44, 88, 172, 178 Mehr, Mark 14, 98 Meier, Don 44, 90, 167 Meier, Kim Mellon, Joseph 14, 93 Mesnard, K. 92 Meltzer, Lynn Merrill, Lance 90 Messmore, Steven Metsker, Robert 95 Metter, J. 95 Metz, Daniel 91, 96 Metz, Tamara 92 Meyer, Jeffrey 93 Meyer, Marti 86 M chael, Tina 44 M dden, Margaret 33 M Her, Brian M Her, Corrine 86, 100, 166, 170 M Her, Donald 25, 91, 172 M Her Edith M Her Greg M Her Janet 44, 178 M Her Kerry 33 M Her Lisa 34, 86 M Her Patricia M Her Jill 44, 89 M Her Peggy Sue M Her Scott M Her Tracy M n, Toni 44 M ssaghi, Rozbeh 88 M ssaghi, Shahrokh 88 M ze, Roberta 25 Modlin, Susan 94 Moline, Vicki 86 Moma, Jeff Moma, Terre 44 Monahan, Mary Monigan, Natalie Monroe, Chris 25 Mooney, Theresa Moore, Mark Moore, Michael Moore, Ricky Moreland, Lori 14, 92 Mormino, Anthony Morris, Dennis 99 Morris, Ken 14 Morris, Melissa 34, 92 Morrison, Patrick 93, 176 Mosedale, Frederick Mosier, Gregory 96 Moss, D. 89 Moss, William Mossman, John 14 Mrowiec, Jonathan 93 Mueller, Bryan Mueller, Regina 44, 86 Mueth, Becky 14, 92 Mullen, Gerald 44, 91 Murray, Catherine 44, 176 Muskwe, Gladys 15, 171, 183 Myers, Don 25 Myers, Kirk Myers, Lisa 44 McBride, Jan McCabe, Becky 169 McCarthy, Colleen 25, 94 McCormick, Tony McCormick, Dirk McCullough, Donna McCullough McDaniel, Lori McDonagh, John 98 McEleheney, Jeff 15, 181 McElvain, Syren McFarland, Stephen 44 McGee, Sam 96 McGeehon, Nancy 25 McGeehon, Sheryl 15 McGrath, Joan McGregor, Kristy 15 McGuan, Bernard 168, 184 McHugh, Carol 181 McHugh, Eileen 25, 92, 183 McKeown, Sally McKinley, Michael McKinley, Michelle 33, 86 McLaren, Laurie McLaughlin, Amy 33, 97 McMullen, Jim 15 McNamer, Mark McNaughton, Roy McQuality, Dixie 15 Naber, Marcia 54 Nagy, Diane 25 Nalefski, Mike Naramore, Brian 44, 90, 93 Natalini, Claudette 44, 89 Neal, Frank 95 Neiderffer, Bridget Neiner, Dalean 34, 86 Nell, John 44, 98 Nelson, Cathy Nelson, Dan Nelson, Jeff 34, 89 Nelson, Julie Nesmith, Susan 25, 176 Neunaber, Don Nevill, Terry 15, 178 Newkirk, Jeff 98 Newsome, Evelyn 84 Newsome, Mayme 25 Newton, Kathryn Nichols, Cindy 25, 94, 166 Nicholson, Ronell Niehaus, Celeste 15, 85 Niesman, Susan Nobbe, Cindy 15, 89 Noble. Carol 87 Noland, Tina Nold, Mary Ann 34. 176 Nordstrom, Judith 34, 84 Norton, Mary 94 Norton, Paul Norton. Ray Novak. Michael 98. 181 Nugent. Patricia 45. 84. 176 Nyboer. Richard O ' Connor. Sean 88 O ' Leary. Laura 26. 89 O ' Neill. Catherine 26 O ' Neill. Laura 86 228 O ' Neill, Shelley 26, 167, 172, 175 Olafson, Krisli 45, 118 Oldweiler, Beth Oliver, Steve 34 Olaen, Linda 178 Olson, Kent 98, 183 Omalley, Jim 9 1 Ombongi, Cosmas 17 1 Oaton, Cindy 15 Owens, Elizabeth 45 Oyster, John Page, Stewart Paige, Alan Palmer, Cheryl 182 Palmieri, Donna 34 Panfil, Gerard Panici, Georgia 84, 97 Pankau, Brett Pansch, Ralf 172 Pape, Michael Parfitt, Laura 92 Parker, Rick 99 Parks, Joel 45 Parr, Bonnie 26 Parry, Joanne 34, 97, 171 Parsons, James Parsons, Judith Patton, Craig 95 Payne, Lori Payne, Ronald 45 Peak, Sondra 45, 89, 92 Pearman, Sue 34, 88, 92 Pearson, Guy 90 Pearson, Lora 34, 97 Peart, Barry Peckert, James Perryman, James Peters, Christy Peters, Thomas 34 Peterson, Chris 34, 98, 183 Petko, John 99 Petrongelli, Jane 86, 118 Petrowsky, Karen Petty, David 96 Pfeffer, Brent 34, 98 Pfeifer, Richard 91 Plasterer, Tina 45 Piazza, James 91 Pieper, Donald 87 Pierce, Daniel Pierson, William 45, 90, 166, 178 Pilling, Steve 15, 96, 166, 168, 175, 180, 181, 184 Pinter, Barbara 15 Piraino, Jeff Polcyn, Sue 16, 92, 183 Potje, Maria 45, 89, 100, 167 Potter, Thomas 45, 98 Powers, Greg Powers, Judy 34, 100, 166, 178 Prasse, Jerry 93 Prater, Linda Prater, Mark Pratt, James 26 Prentice, Carol 34, 86, 172 Prest, Sandra 45, 94 Prokup, Richard Propes, Teri 100, 167 Provine, Janelle 16, 85, 178 Pygott, Mark Pygott, Susan Quaid, Michael Quarles, Leonza 26 Quisenberry, Louis Randall, Dara 45, 89 Ransom, Martha 45, 89 Rarick, Sheri 27 Rasler, Theresa 26 Rau, Charles Rawls, Fredia 34, 89, 182 Reddy, Stacy Redford, Carol 45, 85, 92, 166 Reed, Carrie Reed, Lori 45, 84, 97 Reed, Scott Roody, Carol 34, H9, 97 Reeaer, Andrea 27 Reeves, Hugh Reich, P Reid, Sandra 94 Held, Scott Reif, Brenda 27, 84 Reinthaler, Jodi 92 Remack, Lynne 45, 85 Reno, Kirk 27, 99 Retzlaff, Susan Reuben, Phillip 16 Rexroad, Nancy 34, 169 Rhoads, Nancy 34, 169 Rhodes, Gail 45, 86, 94 Rhue, Sherry 45, 97 Rials, Sandra Rice, Diane Richards, Robin Ridner, Jeff 89 Riggs, Gary Riggs, Phillip Righter, Randy Robb, Roger Roberts, Cindy 16, 169 Roberts, Karen 16, 175, 182 Roberts, Susie 16, 94, 168, 184 Roderick, Susan 87, 92 Rodmaker, Tina 45, 86 Roe, Wendy Rogers, Kim 92 Rogers, Larry Rolle, Johnnie 91 Rosebraugh, Warren 46, 99 Rosenkranz, Roger 27 Rosenow, Joni 35, 84 Rosser, Marvin Roth, James 16, 98, 181 Roytek, Moni 27, 84, 174, 175, 181, Roza, Diane 46 Rozenkranz, Lisa 46, 84 Rubino, Joseph Rucker, Katherine 46, 90, 176 Ruecker, Bonnie Rumpel, Arlene 46, 85, 178 Rundquist, Thomas Runzel, Brent 27 Ruppel, Doris 46, 89, 176 Ruppert, Laurie 46, 89, 97 Russell, Sandy 27, 85 Rutland, James 89 Ryan, Douglas Ryan, Sharon Sabaduquia, Tomas Sacker, Karen 46, 88 Salman, Kristine 92 Sample, Connie 35, 94 Sams, Jeff Sander, T. 86 Sanders, Robert 23, 88 Sanders, Rodney 46, 88 Sanderson, Jay Sands, Joseph 16, 90, 99 Saner, Robert Sanfilippo, Nina Santos, Jeff 95 Sappington, Cheryl Sarff, Kirk 46 Satterwhife, Kerry 90 Saum, Janet 46, 85, 94, 166, 172 Saum, Julie 46, 85, 94, 166, 175 Seville, Rebecca 35 Sawicki, Diana 92, 177, 180, 183 Schaefer, Philip 96 Schaefer, R. 96 Schaefer, Sharon Schaefer, Anne 35, 86 Schaeffer, John 91 Schafer, Jean 35, 89, 166 Schaub, Howard Scheuer, Saundra 23, 84 Schlesinger, Linda 85, 94, 166 Schlink, Robert Schmid, Sandra 35, 178 183 ocfirrii ' lt, I on I ' A Schmidt, ' jMiMU Schmidt, Suzanno 46, H ' d Schmiederer, Patrick 89 Schneider, George Schrank, James 16, 28, 89 Schreiber, Eric 90 Schyver, Tim 99 Schuessler, Mitchel Schuler, Jerome 28, 89 Schultz, Kim 100, 1f 7, Schultz, Marc Schumacher, Tfirry 4 , ' i Schwent, Sally Sciackitano, Katherine 46, 85 Scott, Robyn 28 Sefton, Phil 93 Selby, Karen 35 Selby, Paul 16 Semple, John 16 Sender, Tami Sergent, Sharon 16, 171, 182 Sesko, Kevin Severt, Scott 168, 184 Shafer, Anne Shaffer, Richard Shaffer, Tammy Shamhart, Michael Shalan, S, 89 Shasteen, Robin 35, 86 Sheedy, Paul 91 Sheley, Gary 28 Sheppard, Leslie 35 Sherbondy. Russell 46, 95 Sheriff, Allan S Shirley, Karen Shoen, Jeff Shook, Mark 84 Shumate, Christie 16 Shumate, Jeff 93 Siders, Sami Simmons, David Simmons, Teresa 86 Simms. Rick 28 Simons, Samuel Simonsen, Suzanne Simpson, Jean 97 Singer, Kevin 35, 90 Singer, Lloyd Slabosz, Cynthia 35, 100, 169, 176 Sladky, Sandra 46, 86, 100 Slater, Darlene 89 Slates, Michael Slavick, Stephen 46, 88, 96 Slot, Calvin Small, Brent Smidt, Kelly 47 Smit, Denise 84 Smith, Clyde 1 18 Smith, David Smith, David S, Smith, Eric 17 Smith, James Smith, Julie 46, 88, 100. 166 Smith, Karen 46, 88, 97 Smith, Kathleen 17 Smith, Nick 98 Smith, Pamela 35, 86 Smith, Robert Smith, Robert, L. Smith, Ron 17 Smith, Sally 92, 168, 184 Smith, Stephen 99. 183 Smith, Wysle 28. 175 Smithers, Daryl 96. 179 Snyder. Robert 47, 91. 98 Sober, Scott 47, 98 Soelle, Sheri 28 Soldano, Laurie 172 Soper, John Spence. Dixie 95, 118 Spires, Dale 35 Snarski, Elizabeth 17 Spitz, Charlotte 47, 86, 166 229 Spitz, Timothy Springer, Kathy 35 Sromek, Patti 47, 86, 100, 166 Stae, Matttiew Stanford, Robert Stanton, Joy 47, 88, 178 Stanton, Penny 35, 178 Stark, Judith 84, 92 Staton, Sarah Staub, Michael 90 Steele, Steven 47 Steenhoven, John Steffen, Laura 17, 97 Steinheimer, Jeff 90 Stelzriede, Pan Stelzriede, Stephen 17 Stengel, Abigail Stengel, Donni Stengel, Gordon Stevens, Davi d Stevens, Eric 93 Stevens, Jeff 35, 176 Stevens, Pam 47 Stevens, Richard Stewart, Karen 47, 89 Stevi art, Kristine 17 Stiles, Chris Stine, Brian Stine, Charles 35, 84 Stine, Cheryl 47, 94 Stocker, Wilna Stone. Karen 36. 86, 172 Storey, Debra Stott, William 89 Strader, Curtis 47, 90 Strader, Todd 35, 89 Stravi niak, MaryEllen 172 Strawniak, Sharon 17, 86, 168 Straza, Nancy Stremming, Susan 47 Strieker, Ann 35, 92, 168. 184 Strle, Dareara 96 Stults, Mary 100. 170, 175 Stupek, Martin Sullivan, Paula Suter, Lora Sutton, Debbie 28, 100, 170, 175 Sutton, Joseph 99 Swan, Nancy 47 Sweat, Jon Sweet, Elizabeth Sweet, William Swoboda, Susan Sykes, Faye 28 Sympson, Terri 47. 84 Syrcle, Susan Systrom, Jeanne Szolyar, Barbara Taloff, Scott 36. 95 Taloff, Sharon 47, 86, 100 Tam, Ginger 84, 172 Tanner, Kim 17 Tapscott, Scott Taylor, Alan 98 Taylor, Robin Taylor, Susan 47, 84 Taylor, Warren Teason, Diane 97 Teegarden, Tim 89, 172, 177 Temmen, Susan 28, 86, 178 Tessendorf, Mark 17, 88 Thomas, Phillip 99 Thomas, Theresa 29, 166, 175 Thomason. Kevin 17, 93 Thompson. Ruth Anne 47, 84. 166 Thompson. Scott 36, 98 Thorsen, Todd 47, 93 Throne, David 36, 96 Tiller, Suzanne 17, 94 Tinch, Michael 29, 93 Tirpak. Mary 167 Tirpak, Michael 167 Titzel, James 98, 183 Toepfer, Jack 47, 91 Tohill, Sheila Tomlinson. Robert 93 Tomnitz. Michael 95 Tompkins. Sally Torack, Margaret Tothero, Greg 29, 98 Tothero, Ken 17 Towie, Courtney Townsend, Brian Tragos, Jim 99 Trainor. Jim 98 Trainor. Joseph Trask, Kathryn 47, 86, 97, 167 Trebacz, Steven Turek, Lynda Tusing, Jay 1 18 Twist, Greg 95 Twitchell, Michelle 48, 85, 166 Twomey. Martha 169, 176. 177 Tyus. Karen 48 Umfleet, Lisa 86 Uphoff, Paul 99 Van Rheeden, Vicki 29 Vance, Ron Vanhala, Jon 93 Vaughan, Tim Vaughn, Don Veit, Melissa Veiek, David Vest, Cr Vest, Chris Via, David 48. 98 Viemont. Jeff 48 Vincent. Ernest 29 Visintin. Luisa 48 Vissering. Rick 1 18 Vittitoe. Ruth 48, 85, 166 Vlasaty, Frank Volberding, Paul 88 Voris, Paul 48 Voss, Diane 36, 178 Vuyk, Peter Waggoner, Janice 36, 84 Wagner, Carolyn Wahl, Sharon Wainscott, Linda Wales, Kelly 49. 89 Walker, Barbara 49 Walker, David 18, 183 Walker, Diane Walley, Alan Walsh, Peter 96 Walsh, Susan Walters, Al 98 Walters, Maris Walters, Sandra 18 Ward, Deb 36, 100, 169 Warden, Linda Warmker, Debbie 29 Warren, Brian Warren, Dan 93 Warren, Diane 49, 86, 94, 166, 170 Waselewski, Jon Washington, Darryl 90 Washington, Debra 29, 182 Washington. Yvette 49. 89 Washington. Yvonne 89 Watkins. Lisa 18. 94 Watson. David Watson. Thomas Way. Thomas Weatherbee. Cecilia 49 Weatherford. Dave 18 Webb, David Weber, Deborah 49, 176 Wedel, Valerie Weikle, Marsha Weinrich. Carol 36, 94, 166, 168, 177, Weiss. Mark 50. 86, 166, 168, 184 Weiss, Laura 50, 170. 172 Weissenstein, Eric 90 Weller, James Weller, Sharon Wells, Jeff Wentz. Debra 37. 86, 169 Wessel, James 91 Westcot. Anne 50. 91 Westcot. Jon Westrick, John Weyen, Patricia 1 18 Whalen, Dennis 50, 91. 177 Whelan. Susan 37 Whitaker, Jeff 37, 98, 183 White, Cheri 37 Whitley, Cherri 50, 86, 166 Whitsel, Joe 18, 98. 174, 180, 181 Wicklein, Laura 37, 168, 169 Wickline, Kathy 18 Wicks, Patricia 18, 182 Wiegard, Janine 50 Wielt, Brenda Wiessing, Beth 90 Wiggs, Carl Wikoff, Camille Wilhite, Rita Wilkerson, Matthew Wilkerson, Rickard Wilkins, Nancy 51, 89, 94 Wilkins, Tony Wilkinson. Nola Williams, Daniel Williams, David 19 Williams, Greg 19, 99 Williams, Lori 84 Williams, Clare 37, 92 Williams. Nancy 19 Williams. Sheila Williams. William Willingham, Ted Wills. Annette 37, 84, 172, 182 Wilnert, Kaye Winchell, Ellen 19, 92, 168. 184 Winkeler. Brenda Winkleblack, Cheryl 29 Winkler, Judy 51 Witt. David Witts, Sheila Wood, Dale 95 Wood, Sue 19, 92, 173 Woodall, Judith 100, 1 16 Woodard, Becky 29, 97 Woodruff, William 91 Woodrum, Carol 29 Woods, Charles Woods, Mark Woolley, Bonnie 29 Woolridge, John Worland. Martha 97. 170 Wright, Grant Wright, Lindsay Wright, Nicola 29, 89 Wright, Sara 19, 92 Wysong, Robert Yarbrough, Cindy 29, 175 Yarnik. Tim 51. 91, 177 Yedinak, Bonnie 37, 84 Yedinak, Victoria 19, 86 Yekelchik, Steve 96 Yeo, Frances 51, 86, 170, 171. 182 Young, Cheryl 51 Young, James Young, Nancee 51. 89, 94, 166 Young, Norma 9 Young, Patricia 94 Younker, Mary Ann Zaras, Nick Zeiner, Lawrence 93 ZIogar, Sally 51, 85, 166 Zunwalt. Audra 230 i ”
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