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Millikin University 1184 West Main Street Decatur , Illinois 62522 Volume 81 Millikin University — The Times Of Your Life With . . . Autumn Digest 6 Who ' s Who at M.U. 17 The Educators 66 Organizations 88 Sports 104 The 1981-82 Yearly 134 tun Pfit J 1TP f ' )lp 140 Fine Arts 160 Honors 178 Spring Almanac 190 Advertisements 208 Closing 224 2 Contents I flaa flfl flfl BE Ef Mllfla The Times of Your Life at M.U, Selecting a theme for a university yearbook is a somewhat difficult task. An effective yearbook theme is one that can be followed throughout the entire book, from beginning to end, making the book a unified whole. The theme for the 1982 Millikin University yearbook. The Millidek, is " The Times of Your Life. " We think that this theme perfectly expresses our lives here at Millikin. We each experience different moments in our lives, and the yearbook is one mode of capturing and expressing those many, meaningful moments by means of pictures and words. The main objective of a yearbook is to provide memories of years gone by — particularly your years at Millikin University. This theme vividly captures every aspect of our lives at Millikin in activities, classes, organizations, honors, fine arts, sports, and student life styles. The following passage summarizes time and it s relation to our lives. " There is an appointed time for everything, and a time for every affair under the heavens. A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to uproot the plant. A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to tear down, and a time to build. A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance. A time to scatter stones, and a time to gather them a time to embrace, and a time to be far from embraces. A time to seek and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away. A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to be silent, and a time to speak. A time of love, and a time of hate; a time of war, and a time of peace. " — Nick Smith Ecclesiastes 3: i- The Campus on the Hill Up the reputable walks of old established trees They stalk, children of the nouveaux riches; chimes Of the tall Clock Tower drench their heads in blessing: " I don ' t wanna play at your house; I don ' t like you any more. " My house stands opposite, on the other hill. Among meadows, with the orchard fences down and falling; Deer come almost to the door. You cannot see it, even in this clearest morning White birds hang in the air between Over the garbage landfill and those homes thereto adjacent. Hovering slowly, turning, settling down Like the flakes sifting imperceptibly onto the little town In a waterball of glass. And yet, this morning, beyond this quiet scene, The floating birds, the backyards of the poor. Beyond the shopping plaza, the dead canal, the hillside lying tilted in the air. Tomorrow has broken out today: Riot in Algeria, in Cyprus, in Alabama; Aged in wrong, the empires are declining, And China gathers, soundlessly, like evidence. What shall I say to the young on such a morning. — Mind is the one salvation? — also grammar. ' — No; my little ones lean not toward revolt. They Are the Whites, the vaguely furiously driven, who resist Their souls with such passivity As would Quakers swear. All day, dear Lord, all day ' They wear their godhead lightly. They look out from their hill and say, To themselves, " We have nowhere to go but down; The great destination is to stay. " Surely the nations will be reasonable; They look at the world — don ' t they? — the world ' s way? The clock just now has nothing more to say W.D. Snodgrass 1959 4 Introduction Introduct Introduction 5 Students tug on the M.lf. faculty. Kristi Olafson and John Blakeman try to gather their freshmen. Freshman Camp also has a serious side. As part of the University orientation program, all freshmen are encouraged to attend this pre-school overnight session at nearby Allerton Park. This lovely setting provides a relaxing atmosphere where freshmen. selected upperclassmen. faculty and administrators can get acquainted Diane Attig, Beth Ifft, Beth Witt, and Rachel Ferrv wait patiently i • r n j- i-r x -n-i- , . r . mrormally discuss lire at MiUikm. The agenda also includes meeting the University president, talking with faculty advisers, meeting chairmen of the academic departments; as well as sports, dancing and singing. for the buses. Freshman Camp Homecoming 1981 — ' Around the World in 80 Years Homecoming, one of the biggest events of the year, is the time when alumni return to the campus from their residences and places of employ- ment throughout the world to renew memories. " Around the World in 80 Years " was the theme for Millikin Homecom- ing 1981 activities recognizing the 80th anniversary of the founding of Millikin in 1901, and the significant events of the eight decades since then. This year ' s events included a trivia bowl, homecoming games, a parade, reunion lunches for various classes and the 1961 undefeated football team, a football game against Elmhurst, and a homecoming concert featuring Ray Stevens and the Millikin Jazz Lab Band where Peggy Drew and Greg Twist were crowned queen and king for Homecoming 1981. 8 Homecoming Homecoming 9 Homecoming Court 1981 Peggy Drew Alpha Chi Omega Bridget Devlin Pi Beta Phi Brad Gift Sigma Alpha Epsilon JoAlice Harner Independent Rachel Ferry Delta Delta Delta Susan Temmen Independent Nancy McGeehon Independent Cynthia Hogan Zeta Tau Alpha Bernard Hepburn Alpha Phi Alpha Brian Germano Independent John Dean Tau Kappa Epsilon Chris Burns Independent 10 Homecoming A Greg Twist Delta Sigma Phi Larry I ' leming Alpha Tau Oiriega Jim Dickers(jn Kappa Sigma I lomecomini Concert Veuturing Kay Stevens Homecoming 11 Smile, YouWe On Candid Camera A toast to old M.U. Kappa Sigma " coneheads " : The Big Blue What? 14 Homecoming me Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Whose woods these are I think I know. His house is in the village, though; He will not see me stopping here To watch his woods fill up with snow. My little horse must think it queer to stop without a farmhouse near Between the woods and frozen lake The darkest evening of the year. He gives his harness bells a shake To ask if there is some mistake. The only other sound ' s the sweep Of easy wind and downy flake. The woods are lovely, dark, and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep. Robert Frost 1923 Class of Nineteen Eighty-Two To the Senior Class: Congratulations on the approaching com- pletion of your study at Millikin University. For most of you, it is the culmination ot an experience that I hope has been both demand- ing and enjoyable. You have prepared for a variety of careers, and you each have unique goals. For all of you, however, new challenges and greater op- portunities lie ahead. You are ready tor new responsibilities, and I am confident that you will face these responsibilities with wisdom and enthusiasm. Millikin has benefited from your presence on campus. Please come back to see us often. Sincerely, J. Roger Miller President John Abegglen Olney, IL Theatre Mary Adrian Clayton, IL Marketing James Allen Morris, IL Pre- Med Jill Anderson Decatur, IL Nursing Amy Bagley Dalton, IL Ronald Bailey Oblong, IL Business Kelly Bayles Bement, IL Nursing Colleen McCarthy Decatur, IL Psychology n.p. Rod Cutler Mt. Zion, IL Pol. Sci. IH Classes Mar-, li.ill.ir.l Atw.iod, II. S().iiiisli Kinihcrl ' , l .ilh; ' .unr, 11, Personnel Maria crricnt ( Iciiii Hasilc Kc isiii;. ' t Mi, ( I Hill Xiirsin CirtL ' Haiirnann Varulalia (I. Ijm ( hem Dennis Heard Maiitlicstcr. Ken ( (( Hinting I. on Beclrosian Park f ' tjresr. fl. Am. Studies Mar Bivens Cliica i;. IL Nursing Karen Blondell DesPlaines. IL Elern. Ed. Kelly Bly Shelbyville. IL Ind En . Susan Booker Decatur. IL Nursing Beverly Boyer Elk Grove, IL Psychology David Bover Flora. IL Ind. Enc- Deborah Bragg Morda. IL Nursing Brenda Bridges Decatur, IL Nursing Scott Britton Macon. IL Pol. Sci. History Dee Bromley Eureka, IL Nursing Lon Brough Martinton. IL Engineering Alan Brown Alaroa. IL European Studies Classes 19 m« m m mmmummiimm Karen Brown, Macon, IL. Ac- counting Arlene Budds, Decatur, IL. Elem. Education David Burkham, Decatur, IL. Business Chris Burns, Belleville, IL. Ac- counting John Cailan, Gurnee, IL. Educa- tion Joseph Camillo, Collinsville, IL. Business Marilyn Carter, Decatur, IL. Soci- ology Gina Cavallone, Lemont, IL. Communications Elizabeth Chavez, Steger, IL, Psychology Carl Christensen, Sarasota, FL. In- dustrial Engineering Gary Christensen, Elk Grove, IL. Business Joseph Comiskey, Decatur, IL. Chemistry Craig Corley, Decatur, IL. Busi- ness Administration Gregory Cummins, Crete, IL. Welding Engineering Theresa Daiber, Highland, IL. Physical Education Brian Dees, Decatur, IL. Business Administration Carrie Depp e, Pecatonica, IL. English Michael Deresinski, Harwood Heights, IL. Accounting 20 Classes Bridget Devlin, Virginia, II.. Fsy- clK;l(;gy Susan Di;il 1 ' If jr II Industnai Engineering Betina Diaz Pf ns, Oak Forest, IL. Biology Jean Diepholz, Mattoon, IL. Ac- counting Diane Dolan, Hanover Park, IL. Psychology Sandra Dozier, Decatur, IL. Psy- chology Gregg Eichelberger, Libertyville, IL. Marketing Alex Eiland, Chicago, IL. English Tricia Leipoid. Bellville, IL. Xurs- ing Douglas Elliott. Alton, IL. Biol- ogy Janice Evans, Monmouth. IL. Comm-Psych Wendy Evans, Decatur. IL. Chris Fatheree. Monticello, IL. Jeri Ferguson, Decatur, IL. Ele- mentary Education Rachel Ferry, Decatur. IL. Ac- counting Trudy Finch, Decatur, IL. Phys- ical Education Brian Finley, Hillsboro, IL. Mar- keting Larry Fleming. Elgin, IL. Biology Classes 21 Sally Foley, Lovington, IL. Com- munications Mary Fowler, Decatur, IL. Psych- Comm Brian Germano, Rolling Mead- ows, IL. Marketing Sandra Glover, Chicago, IL. Ac- counting Pamela Gordon, Litchfield, IL. Accounting Kimberly Gregurich, Rochester, IL. Accounting LeRoy Griffin, Shelbyville, IL. Ac- counting Julia Haensel, Mackinaw, IL. Busi- ness Jo Alice Harner, St. Elmo, IL. Nursing Jolene Haselhorst, Belleville, IL. Biology Joy Hasselbacher, Bettendorf, lA. Psychology Randy Hastings, Tuscola, IL. Business Colleen Heneghan, Decatur, IL. Theatre Bernard Hepburn, Nassau, Baha- mas Bio-Chem Teresa Heyer, Jacksonville, IL. Communications Linda Hillard, Camargo, IL. Com- munications Carolyn Hirsch, Decatur, IL. Mar- keting Cynthia Hogan, Macon, IL. Phys- ical Education 22 Classes i Lisa Horn. Tinley Hark, IL. Biol- Tcrry Ja( ()l)s(jn, Elk Grcjve, IL. Nursing Anne-Mane Janus, Springfield, IL Marketing Jerry Johnson, Uecatur, IL. Art Nancy Johnson, Morris, IL. Ele- mentary Education Thresa Johnson, Georgetown, IL. Elementary Education Jay Kahn, Decatur, IL. Sociology Kathy Kenehan, Woodriver, IL. Marketing Sue Kiefer, Naperville, IL. Nurs- ing Erin Kiel, Murphysboro, IL. Mar- keting Keith Kirchoff, CoUinsville, IL. Accounting Roxanne Kocian. Swanwick, IL. Biology Kimberlee Kresse, Riverton. IL. Marketing Judy Krimmel, Decatur, IL. Ac- counting Susan Krows, Decatur, IL. Phys- ical Education Michael Krueger, Wood-Dale, IL. Accounting Beth Langdon. Freeport. IL. Biol- ogy Mike Leusch, Waukegan, IL. Physical Education Classes 23 Rick Lee, Aledo, IL. Bill Link, Arlington Heights, IL. Psychology Elizabeth Livesay, Rolling Mead- ows, IL. American Studies Haeger Long, Joliet, IL. Biology Jacqueline Long, East St. Louis, IL. Communications Michael Ludwig, Gillespie, IL. En- gineering Lisa Malicki, Ballwin, MI. Psy- chology Tammy Mathews, Roodhouse, IL. Nursing Laurie Maucker, Decatur, IL. Comm-Bus Todd Mauer, Plainfield, IL. Mar- ket-Music Melanie May, Lenzburg, IL. Com- munications Tamara Metz, Gibson City, IL. Nursing Jeff Meyer, Jacksonville, IL. Mar- keting Brian Miller, Decatur, IL. Bio- Chem Donald Miller, Belleville, IL. In- dustrial Management Greg Miller, Decatur, IL. Industri- al Engineering Roberta Mize, Decatur, IL. Busi- ness Administration Mary Monahan, Decatur, IL. Data Processing 24 Classes Rick M( (;rc, Kcinptoii, II. Ac ( ountin Bryan Mueller, Springfield, IL. Music Diane Nagy, Decatur, IL. Ac- c.(junting Bridget Neideffer, Decatur, IL. Art Julie Nelson, Decatur, IL. Ac- counting Susan Nesmith, Wheaton, IL. Mu- sic Brenda Neuman, Springfield, IL. Music-Bus Evelyn Newsome, Madison, IL. Nursing Ronell Nicholson, Decatur, IL. Management Patricia Nickels, Aurora. IL. Busi- ness Judith Nordstrom, Dawson. IL. Music Laura O ' Leary, Elgin, IL. Business Shelley O ' Neill, Decatur. IL. Eng- lish David Petty, Bloomington, IL. Business Kathy Poland, Decatur, IL. Psy- chology James Pratt. Monticello. IL. Busi- ness Leonza Quarles, Indianapolis, IN. Engineering Sandra Reid, Avon, CT. Person- nel Management Classes 25 Brenda Reif, Eldred, IL. Nursing Kirk Reno, Quincy, IL. Engineer- ing Roger Robb, Decatur, IL. Ac- counting Pamela Rosenkranz, Decatur, IL. Nursing Joseph Rubino, Park Ridge, IL. Data Processing Brent Runzel, Elk Grove, IL. Marketing Sandra Russell, Northbrook, IL Biology Douglas Ryan, Decatur, IL. Ac- counting Robert Sanders, Centralia, IL. Ac- counting Cheryl Sappington, Decatur, IL. Accounting Jim Schrank, Naperville, IL. Per- sonnel Management Jerome Schuler, Decatur, IL. Physical Education Robyn Scott, Argenta, IL. Biol- ogy Kevin Sesko, Rolling Meadows, IL. Music Teresa Simmons, Knoxville, IL. Marketing Wylse Smith, Springfield, IL. Psy- chology Debra Storey, Findley, IL. Ele- mentary Education Barbara Strle, Roselle, IL. Music Education 26 Classes liarhara S olyar, KifK aul. II., FsycJi-Scjc i(; Susan Temmen, Herrick, 11. NUrs III) Judy Th()m-S(;n, Allen(ialc, II., I.lc- inentary hducation James Tit .cl, N jrtti Palm Beach, FL. Marketing Bruce Vincent, Blue Mound, IL. Accounting Cynthia Warner, Alvin, IL. Nurs- ing Darryl Washington, Chicago, IL. Pre-Med Thomas Way, Fairfield, CT. Busi- ness James Waller, Mattoon, IL. Ac- counting Susan Whelan, Decatur. IL. Nurs- ing Robin Wilham, Decatur, IL. Bio-| Bus Rita Wilhite, Decatur. IL. Psy- chology Cheryl Winkleblack, Decatur, IL Finance Judith Woodall, Wilmington, IL. Music-Theatre Carol Woodrum, Decatur, IL._ Marketing Bonnie Woolley, Coon Rapids, ML French Nancy McGeehon, Decatur, IL. Psych-Socio Michael McKinley, Decatur. IL. Spanish Classes 27 Class of 1983 Matt Abrahamson Carolyn Abshire Lisa Alexander Jeanette Anderson Jacqueline Andriano Carla Badertscher Jayne Baiko Ralph Ball Douglas Easier Dee Lyn Batty Carol Baulos Geri Benz Diane Bernahl Lisa Bierman Barbara Bizer Theresa Broeker Douglas Callison David Camillo 28 Classes Classes 29 Classes 31 32 Classes Classes 33 Jean Schafer Sandy Schmid Lori Schmidt Mitchel Schuessler Janice Selby Karen Selby Andy Sensenig Robin Shasteen Leslie Sheppard Nick Smith Robert Smith Pamela Sparling Angela Sphar Dale Spires Katheryn Springer Penny Stanton Jeff Steinheimer Chuck Stine 34 Classes ' l irnothy Teegarden David Throne Brian Townsend Brenda Urfer Diane Voss Janice Waggoner Debbie Ward Julie Warnick Carol Weinrich Mark Weiss Debra Wentz Jeff Whitaker Laura Wicklein Annette Wills Lindsay Wright Classes 35 36 Classes Class of 1984 Ruth Abbott Joseph Adam Mark Aldridee Kelley Allen Cindy Artman Sherry Ashcraft Susan Badorek Denna Bafford Michele Bale Mike Beirne Hugh Benscoter Elise Berard, OSF Laurie Beringer Sandy Binder Delores Borah John Borcherding Brian Boyd Laura Brackman 38 Classes A L- Hi ■j k inn H L B B- ' K H -i Kelly Bradley I.ea Ann Brandenburg Jeanne Buck Bruce Budde Sally Bumpus David Caykjr Debbie Chapman Jeannette Chow Jill Christensen Carol Clark Dan Clark Kimberly Clark Kathleen Collins Jeffrey Crass Scott Detwiler Carrie Dietzen Dawn Dill Theresa Donovan Classes 39 Pat Durley Martin Dwyer Matt Estopare Connie Evans Beverly Evitt Jane Feddersen Debbie Fields Anne Fischer Jodi Foster David Franklin Kathy Franklin Peggy Franklin Rose Ann Forester Mary Fry Kelly Funk Ron Gatto Lori Grana David Granger A 40 Classes Melissa Greene Susan Greene I.aurie (rross Susan Hamilton Nancy Hanks Robin Harman Kevin Harris Darren Hartry Tara Harvel Becky Hays Douglas Hein Marty Heller Bonnie Hiller Christa Hinton Brenda Hogan Timothy Hooker Hank Hornbeck Carrie Hug Classes 41 Kenneth Jackson Michael Jennings Janice Johnson Jennifer Johnson Jill Johnson Linda Johnson Jeanmarie Jubelt Lyle Junge Harold Kahn Mark Karl Judi Kincaid Chuck Kininmonth Melissa Kirkland Glenn Kraemer Bruce Kreuger Ruth Kuykendall Deverick Lampley Brian Lokaitis 42 Classes • Gary Long Lori McDaniel Robert Maibuechtr Julie Mal(;ne Lori Mangold Paul Marquardt George Martos Jamie Mason Doug Mathias Beverly Meece Robert Metsker Charles Miller Corrine Miller Janet Miller Janet S. Miller Jill Miller Toni Min Vicki Moline Classes 43 Classes 45 Robert Snyder Scott Sober Charlotte Spitz Patti Sromek Joy Stanton Michael Staub Steven Steele Cheryl Sterenberg Karen Stewart Chris Stiles Cheryl Stine Susan Stremming Deborah Strole Terri Sympson Sharon Taloff Susan Taylor Laura Thompson Ruth Ann Thompson 46 Classes I Reene Wernsing Sheri Whitley Janine Wiegard Brenda Winkeler Judy Winkler Jim Woodrum Frances Yeo Joanie Yonker Cheryl Young Mary Younker Classes 47 The Class of 1983 Jani Adell Kelly Alderman Kelly Anderson Denise Arjmand Diana Attig Jill Augustine Reginald Austin Chalice Bailey Timothy Bass Bill Beaman Katherine Beckman Candy Beckway Lisa Behrens Laura Bembenek Dave Bencko William Bercaw Kelly Biscomb Jeff Bonnett 48 Classes Classes 49 Amy Cordes Jamie Cornett Kathleen Curry Carolyn Cuttill Marvelon Dafnpeer Dark Dandro Stephanie Dautzenberg Nita Davis Lynn Degenhardt Mary Delatte Janice De Mars Tom Denby Nancy De Witt Martha Dietzen Stephen Dill Karia Dittmar Bruce Eden Sara Edwards 50 Classes Classes 51 Toni Gray Alan Gresik Barbara Griffith Suellen Grimshaw Paula Grotheer Bryan Hammonds Terri Harrington Pam Hartke Cari Hartnagel Sharon Hayden Marica Heagy Clarie Heidbrink Lisa Hemp David Hemphill Becky Hewitt Steve Hickerson Dorothy Hicks Beth Higgins 52 Classes Mark liitpas Anne ()()k :r Patricia Hornbeck Beth Horneker Nazneen Hossain Mark Houston Shawn Hoy Kristen Huber Ronald Hughes Becky Husemoller Elisabeth Hutchison Beth Ifft Joan Irvin Michael Irvin Sandra Jack Bernard James Ed Jelen Classes 53 Rhonda Jenkins Todd Jenkins Ellen Jennings Michael Jerome Donald Johnson Lori Johnston Heidi Kaiser Marilyn Kampert Jeffrey Kapp Brad Kay Bridget Kelly Rob Kennedy Lori Kerans Mark Kern Susan Kesl Kristina Kessing Pam Kirchoff Beth Klietz 54 Classes I Jeffrey Klinck Cynthia Kni ' lit Mary Kuciistler Lisa Kundrot John Labedz Lori Lansky Charles Larkin Tom Leggans Jim Lenz Roderick Lewis Shelly Long Scott Lowe Kelly McCourt Steven McManimie Steve McQueen Laurie Macleod Amy Macy Michele Maddox Classes 55 Shelly Marsh Janice Martin Sandra Martin Lori Maserati Susan Mathews Tina Mathern Rich Meehan Richelle Meischner Michael Meland Melissa Miller Richard Minor Dan Moore Catherine Morris Suzanne New Jean Newburn 56 Classes Jill Newman Rachel Newsome Lori Nielson Christine Nuelle William Oberheicle Ken O ' Connor Jon O ' Guinn Merry Beth Olah Jeannine O ' Malley Cathy Ontiveros Lisa Pacholski Thomas Parfitt Annette Pearson Teri Periman David Perry Martinette Peters Classes T Ronald Price Mary Ann Query Brad Rademaker Kathy Rader Jeff Radke Timothy Rhodus Mary Risdon Gerig Robinson Ann Romer Kim Rose Phil Rous Andre Russell Cheryl Russell Gerard Sablich Robert Salesky 58 Classes Melissa Sallee ' Ihornas Sclicnck Lincoln Schneider Maria Schonert Julie Schulmeister Beth Schurman Robin Sculerati Kay Sennezy Deborah Shanahan Jim Shank Stacy Shanks Stacey Sims Cynthia Smith Kathy Smith Tricia Smith Eric Sorensen Angela Sparks Julie Swallow Classes 59 60 Classes Classes 61 Ends 63 64 Odds Ends 65 66 Faculty J. Roger Miller — President Faculty 6 ' Student Development Staff Clockwise, seated, Janet Phillips, graduate assistant; standing, Don Luy, assistant director RTUC;Jim Hinze, assistant dean of stud ents; Pam Fritschle, resident director;Joe Houston, vice president of Student Development; Terry Myers, director of Career Development and Placement; seated, Jan Devore, assistant dean of students; center, Elizabeth Hill, director of RTUC; and Robert Renn, graduate assistant. 68 Faculty Admissions StaJ] Jack Allen, Larry Pauly, Carl Clendenon, Walter Wessel, James Kettelkamp, Bryce Boston, Lin Stoner. Financial Aid Michael Pope Greg Miller Faculty 69 Dr. William Bodamer, Religion Michael Braughton, Controller Far Left: Dr. Charles Hale, Librarv Dr. Darlene Hoffman, Education Facultv 73 Dr. Najmul Hossain, Business Dr. Gail Hudson, Communications Dr. Elliot Kent, Political Science Far Right: Wayne Krows, Vice President 74 Faculty Ellen Malayter, Dance Aldo Mancinelli, Music Richard Mannweiler, Dean, Business David Marshall, Business Thomas McQuistion, Biology Far Right: Mark Neville, Advancement 76 Faculty Ronald Ulmer, Business Daniel Viele, Business William Williams, Engineering Far Right: William Ya- Deau, Music 80 Faculty Millikin University Faculty I Faculty 81 J! The Writing Center The Writing Center, staffed by professionals, is a new academic support system on campus. The purpose of the Center is to provide all students at Millikin with additional individual help in writing. Learning to write is a lifelong process which requires continuous practice and continuous guidance; the existence of The Writing Center helps to provide that guidance. Terry Shepherd is director of The Writing Center. Linda Droll, Assistant Sue Hart, Assistant 82 The Writing Center Residence Hall Assistants Row 1: Carol Redford, Theresa Broeker, Maryellen Strawniak, Pam Fritschle, Resident Director. Jan Devore. Asst. Dean of Students. Row 2: Jack Toepfer, Tammy Mathews, Lisa Lane, Janet Phillips, Graduate Asst., Beth Langdon, Evelyn ewsome Row 3: Chris Kennedy, Mark Weiss, Kimberiy Clark, Jim Wessel, Karen Livingston, Sandy Fahrig Row 4: Jeff Crass, Jim Schrank. Joe Tramor. Chris Burns, Steve Killpatrick, Susan Krows, Jim Hinze, Asst. Dean of S tudents, Joe Esposito, Jean Schater, Bob Renn, Graduate Asst. Residence Hall Assistants 83 84 Faculty Candids Faculty Candids 85 In Memoriam Dr. John Arrison, Director Computer Center In Memoriam In Memoriam 87 Organizations 88 Organizations Envoronmental Affairs Council {i l:(;lciiii H;isilc Karli ' , HicvCT, Mar 0 ' (.(Hiiior, l.lln tt J (;w . ' : IXl)l)ic Kcfiiic, Steve lilattiicr, Aiulrc.i Dokjs. joe Sands. Jeanne liutk Junior IPC Row 1: l ill Morris. Sarn Jcjnes. Andv Senseni . Bcjb Hilleg(.»nds. Fliil (;on ales. Fat Hannigan. Jim Hin .e Row 2: Mark Folit(j. Jim Woodrum, Tom Denby. Russ Cut- lip, Scott Sarran, Bill Bercaw, Terry L. Mvers Phi Kappa Phi Row 1: James Allen. Gerald Red- ford, Lori Bedrosian. Darlene Hoffman. Dick Ferrv. Jan Devore. R.A. Mannweiler. Richard Hof- fland, Judith Nordstrom. Charles Hale Row 2: X ' a ne Krows. David Payne, Wm. Lewis. David Boyer, Fam Gordon, Joe Comiskev. Scott Britton. Judith Woodall. Brian Germano, Todd Mauer. Weslev Snvder. Mildred Boaz. Xorman Jensen. Jack Allen Forensics Team Row 1: Jon O ' Guinn. Sharon Pe- ters. Ben Hunsacker. Xina Sanfi- lippo Row 2: Kathie Rucker. Janice Johnson. Valerie Swarts. Gail Hud- son. Ron Vance Organizations 89 M.U. Powerlifting Row 1: Bob Dude, Chris Dude, Hank Row 2: Scott Dude, James T. Dude, Dave Dude, Missile Dude, Jeff Dude Row 3: Coach Sponge Dude, Mike Dude, Rick Dude, Hoss Dude Newman Club Row 1: Karen Klein, Claudette Natalini, Trudy Finch Row 2: Patti Nickles, Terri Harrington, Christina Kessing, Maria Gonzalez, Kathie Sciackitano Row 3: Debbie Shanahan, Mary Kuenstler, Laura Bembenek, Anne Ineich, Laurie Beringer, Rev. John Carberry M.E.N.C. Row 1: Russell Tiede, Cheryl Russell, Judy Nordstrom, Janet Tindell, Melinda Pitt, Theresa Rasler Row 2: Greg Bueltmann, Joel Parks, Lyle Junge, Mike Irvin, Ron Hughes Row 3: Jo Ellen Cordes, Arlene Rumpel, Susan Greene, Mary Jo Block F.S.O. Row 1: Leoneilda L. Blake, Kay Joyner, Debra Washington, Frances Yeo Row 2: Cheryl L. Palmer, Kim Curtis, Fredia Rawls, Marvelon Dampeer Row 3: Darryl Walton, Greg Goodrich, Greg Hines 90 Organizations Alpha Rpsilon Delta Row 1: Bruce Bosse, Donna Palmieri, Robyn Lee Scott, Sandy Row 1: Liz Gattner, Judy Nordstrom, Susan Cireene. Cindy Fahrig Row 2: Alan Taylon, John Bohn, Dale Spires Nichols, Rhonda Bacci, Peggy Maish Row 2: Kath Springer, Karen Stewart, Arlene Rumpel, Jo Ell n Ccjrdes, Dee Reed A.LI.E. M.U. International Club Row 1: Greg Miller, Kelly Bly, Susan Dial, Karla Dittmar, Row 1: Martinette Peters, Leonilda Blake. Frances to. Den- Kevin Doyle, Jeff Nelson Row 2: Richie Minor, Carl Christen- ise Hendrickson, Judith Carnero sen. Art Gonzalez, Scott Keele, Brian Townsend, Lon Brough, David Boyer, Phil Rous Organizations 91 Panhellenic Council Row 1: Didi Sawicki Row 2: Karen Blondell, Kristi Salman Row 3: Patty Weyen.Jan Devote, Lori Bedtosian, Sandy Ctisty Row 4: Rachel Ferty, Renee Blakey, Cynthia Hogan, Nancy Johnson, Elizabeth Livesay Convocations Row 1: Will Pierson, Colleen Heneghan Row 2: Judith Woo- dall, Jean Schater, Carol Baulos, Larry Lovell-Troy Sailing Club Row 1: Robert Kohlbecker, Gary Long, Will Pierson, Brian Dees, John Daugherty Freshman Camp Row 1: Terry Myers, Peggy Drew, Steve Smith, Tata Harvel, Haeger Long 92 Organizations Sigma Zeta Blacks tone Law Society Row 1: Doug Elliott Row 2: Dee Lvn Batty, Joni Rosenow, Donna Palmieri, James Allen Row 3: Alan Taylor, Bruce Bosse, Neil Baird, Sandy Fahrig Organizations 93 Alpha Lambda Delta Row 1: Jill Johnson, Deb Weber, Rod Sanders, Mary Fry, Janet Saum, Corrine Miller Row 2: Char- lotte Spitz, Jennifer Johnson, Lau- rie Gross, Judi Kincaid, Laurie Ruppert, Melodic Ahrens, Susan Stremrning, Debbie Refine, Julie Saum, Cindy Artman Row 3: Janet Miller, Theresa Donovan, Doris Ruppel, Carol Clark, Patty Nugent, Jean Jubelt, Lori Reed, Jane Fed- dersen, Lynne Remack, Sheri Whitley, Christa Hinton Row 4: Dr. Lynn Westcot, Marc Knowles, Paul Buckalew, Mark Shook, Anne Westcot, Linda Schlesinger Row 1: Doug Callison, Pat La- bunski, Debra Washington Row 2: Sandi Reid, Janice Waggoner Row 3: Susan York, Kim Ballog, Me- lanie May, Jacqueline Long, Sally Gardner Row 4: Suzanne Lemmer- mann,Jim Schrank, James Barnes, Brian Warren, Dr. James Browne, Ronell Nicholson Society for Personnel Administration Advancement of Computing War Games Club Row 1 : Julie Haensel, Ron Vance, Jon Westcot, Rodney Sanders Row 2: Harold Kahn, Karen Klein, Deb Ward Row 1: U.S. Grant, Lord Har, Lizzie Borden, Kilroy, Sir Rod- ney of Dan- gerfield. Masque of the Red Death, Monk E., Roland the Sterling Gunner, Secret Agent 00. 94 Organizations Student Senate Sigma Tau Delta Food Advisory Board F.L.O. I (nv I jtilic Sauiij h(;licl ;riria Strawmak, Kiiubcrlv Clark, Will l- ' icrsiMi, fare;! Clark I ' .lisahctli C liavxv I (Av |ill ( liristciiscri, jcaii S( hater, ' I oiu Kras, Kclley Al- len Patti Srcnnek, Cfialice Bailey, Dec Dec f .lia[)r ian. SancK I ' ahrig, James I.aifjar Row 3: Mary C) Cou- iior. Zciner. Sc(jtt Bnttcjn, Sliauiia Oawscni. Scfjtr Sarran, (;re_L ' f.uniniiiis. Kcnnirli jaeks(;n, ( arol Reetly, Steve Hakurias. Nan- cy Jolinscjn, Andrea Dcjiejs. Ricli DeCialen. Jan Devcjre Tom l- ' ra ier. Jon W ' estcot. Nick Smith, Carrie Deppe. Hllen March Row 1: Ralph Ball, Brian Ger- mano. Jeff Lewis, Todd Mauer Row 2: Kevin Sesko, Gary Row 1: Mark Weiss Row 2: RoUand Smith. Marv Ellen Strawniak. Dawn Dill. Bev Bover. Jamie Mason. Pam Fritschle Shelev Row 3: Joel Parks. Jeff Steinheimer. Jim Woodrum, Basil Ru- dawski. Lerov Godzicki Organizations 95 SAE Little Sisters Row 1: Melissa Greene, Joni Ro- senow. Ginger Tarn, Micheal Slates, Lynda Turek, Donna Pal- mieri. Dee Dee Chapman Row 2: Theresa Thomas, Nancy Diehl, Theresa Knaup, Michelle McKin- ley, Dee Lyn Batty, Tina Guerrero, Sandy Fahrig, Shelley O ' Neill, The- resa Johnson, Jean Diepholz Macon Mistresses Row 1: Amy Ball, Laurie Gross, Judi Kincaid, Denise Arjmand, Nancy McGeehon, Laura Melahn, Lynne Remack Row 2: Sara Ed- wards, Sheri Whitley, Laura Brack- man, Lisa Currier, Ruth Kuyken- dall, Kathie Sciackitano, Jane Fed- dersen, Jill Johnson, Deb Weber, Lisa Pacholski KS Stardusters Row Ljayne Balko, Teri Kritsas, Anne Fischer, Lori Grana, Melissa Morris Row 2: Laurie Koch, Deb- bie Walsh, Diane Roza, Terri Sympson, Melissa Kirkland, Jenni- fer Johnson, Corrine Miller, Nikki Panici Row 3: Bill Dow, Andrea Reeser, Cindy Artman, Andrea Do- lejs. Barb Abbott, Kathy Kenehan, Lisa Malicki, Patti Sromek,JeanJu- belt, Connie Evans 96 Organizations ATO Little Sisters Delta Sig Little Sisters m Row 1: Julie Smith. Lori Mangold. Sherry Rhue Row 2: Anne Ineich. Pam Maycroft, Elisabeth Chavez. Pat Andriano, Marv Adrian Row 3: Bonnie Yedinek. Diane Warren. Autumn Kraus. Alice Haves. Girra Mueller. Barb Strle. Bridget Devlin TKE Sweethearts Row 1: Debbie Fields. Kellv Brad- ley Row 2: Sandv Reid. Elizabeth Livesay. Eorrest Jordan. Susan Hamilton, Carol Reed Row 3; |o- lene Hazelhorst. Tammv Bakakos. Dee Bromlev. Karen Stone. Jean Simpson Organizations 9 ' Campus Chest Row 1: Barb Bizer, Terri Harring- ton, Tony Dautzenburg, Lori Man- gold, Shelby Casey, Diane Warren, Jean Newburn Row 2: Forrest Jor- dan, Tom Kras, Steve Hickerson, Dave Bencko, Dan Moore, Janet Miller Row 3: Kelly Anderson, Anne Hooker, Lori Maserati, Bobbi Jo Reed, Jill Johnson, Deb Weber, Lynne Remack Row 4: Tom Foley, Dan Callahan, Janice Waggoner, Karen Klein, Carol Weinrich, Sue Stremming, Annette Wills, Kathy Sciackitano, Cheryl Whitley, Jerry Panfil,Jean Schafer, Jill Christensen, Chris Kennedy Omicron Delta Kappa Row 1: Judi Woodall, Doug El- liott, Kelly Bly Row 2: Sharon Pierce, William Puckett, Diana Sawicki, Brian Germano, Julie Haensel, Melanie May, Sandra Glover, Dave Boyer, Larry Flem- ing, Dave Dixon, Terry Myers Row 3: Jim Schrank, Kim Gregur- ich, Keith Kirchoff, Lori Bedro- sian, Carol Weinrich, Kim Kresse, Joy Hasselbacher, Brent Runzel, Greg Twist, Pam Gordon, Ralph Czerwinski, Craig Hayden Row 1: Jacqueline Long, John La- bedz, Tom Foley, Doug Elliott, Laurie Maucker, Michael Johnson, Kim Walker, Hoss Row 2: Darryle, Janice Evans, Mary O ' Connor, Nancy Jermolowicz, Greg Cooper, " Bo " , Freda Rawls WJMU Staf f 98 Organizations Mtllidek Staff Kovs 1 H( (iiiic X ' ()( jIIc, . l oin Kras, Katliryn Irask, Nancy DcWitt. Nick Simtli, Laura Hem- l)ciiel , ' I ' erri I larrin ' tcjn. Tcri Feri- inaii Kovv I- ' atf, i-.l(lri l ' C. Sliclby Casey, ( iiiil ' ct l am. jcari Newburn, Sue Strciimiirii. ' . Katliv Sciacki- taiK;, l.viiiic Kciiiack Physical Therapy Association Row 1: Christina Kessing. Melissa Greene, Martinette Peters. Laurie Berin ' er. Cathv Cashmer. Tina Guerrero, Laura Melahn Ro 2: Sharon Hayden. Clara Clodtelter. Todd Thorsen. Debbie NX ' entz. Pam HoUenstine. Judi Kincaid. Bernadette Bowie. Cind Knight, Bob Maibuecher Hospitality Corps Row 1: Alex Eiland. W ' avne Dun- ning. Jim Schrank. Craig Havden Row 2: David Bover. Jill Christen- sen. Chris Burns. Annette Wills. Kimberlv Clark. Didi Sawicki Row 3; Steve Killpatrick. Jeff VC ' hitaker, Karen Livingston. Jolene Hasel- horst, Lisa Lane. Peggv Drew. San- dra Glover. Liz Livesav. Debbie Wentz. Larrv Flemine Organizations 99 Campus Christian Fellowship Row 1: Shelby Casey, Robin Har- man, Lori Lansky Row 2: Chris Nuelle, Shelly Bale, Doris Ruppel, Jeannette Chow, Davi Thiele, Clara Clodfelter, Francis Yeo Row 3: Judy Thompson, Carol Clark, Mike Bailey, Shauna Dawson, Laura Grabske, Cheryl Sterenberg BASIC Row 1: Jo Alice Harner, Kathy Kachlik, Amy Cordes,Joy Stanton, Sandy Schmid Row 2: Jo Ellen Cordes, Arlene Rumpel, Steve McQueen, Kim Winters, Kathy Franklin Row 3: Penny Stanton, Mary Fry, Brian Zurita.Jenne An- derson Chess Club 100 Organizations Socratic Society Itoiii l.ctt t(; l i|. ' l)t ' I oi i iT,i icr. I)r Adcll. Alison ( uinn I)r Ja- c(;bs, Melissa Mc f Inrc I loll-, (;ur- nev. Nick Smith, jim Link. R(;n Vance Professional Nursing Fraternity Row 1: Brenda Reif. Sue NX ' helan. Tamm ' Mathews. Pam Rosenk- ranz, Dee Bromlev. Kath B ard. Sue Temmen, Theresa Knaup Row 2: Cindv Warner. Kellv Bales. Sue Pearman, Jean Schater. Sandy Schmid. Pennv Stanton. Karen Selby,Jeri Benz, Glenn Basile Row r Mary Coventry. Isabelle Norton. Sheri Rarick. Debbie dinger. Ka- ren Stone. Marv Stults. Debbie Sutton. Norma Young. Sue Kiefer. Jill Anderson. Linda Stevens. Mary Bivens. Kathv Biever Junior Panhellenic Row 1: L to R Cindv Main. Danda Tish. Laura Thompson. Kellv Funk Organizations 101 Residence Hall Presidents Theological Society Left to Right: Sherry Ashcraft-Ashton, Dan Callahan-Hessler, Row 1: Chris Keneipp, Mitchel Schuessler, Jim Link, Allyson Nancy McGeehon-Mills, Jamie Mason and Julie Smith-Walk- Guinn, Pat Borders er Phi Sigma Iota Row 1: Mary Ann Nold, Dr. Wil- liam Ferris, Dr. Jeffrey Stokes, Dr. Carol Paul-Merritt Row 2: Mary Jane Ballard, Mike McKinley, Bonnie Woolley 102 Organizations Commuter s Club Row 1: Angie Spher, Doug Mathias, Steve Bakunas, Leslie Sheppard, Dee Lyn Batty Row 2: Jeff Moma, Karen Klein, Janet Miller Alpha Kappa Psi Row 1; Ellen Faber, Kim Gregur- ich, Sandy Binder, Michelle Twit- chell, Bonnie Yedinak Row 2: Kel- ly Allen, DeeDee Chapman. Karl Funk, Jim Schrank, Dennis Beard, Jeff Myers Row 3: Patty Sromek, Jean Ub.Jeff Whitaker, Lori Gross. Diane Nagy, Cindy Friend. Debbie Braggs, David Dixon Row 4: Jerry PanfiU, Craig Hayden, Mike Kreuger, Julie Haensel, Brad Gift, Rick George, Chris Burns. Dan Callahan, James Barns, Mike Buob Golf Team Front: Craig Wright. Todd Jenkins. Randv Righter Back; Doug Xei- buhr, Kurt Rogers, Lmcoln Schneider, Brad Kav. Mike Tinch. Organizations 103 104 Sports Millikin Football L-R — Rl Carl Clendenon, Ralph McQuiggan, Carl Poelker, Johnnie Rolle. L-R — R2 Merle Chapman, Tim Littrell, Tom Jenson, Doug Neibuhr. The Millikin football team came back m the last part of the season, winning 3 of its final 4 games and finishmg with an overall record of 4-5 and a 3-5 CCIW mark. Junior linebacker Jim Ferryman, co-winner of the outstanding defen- sive player award in the CCIW, was named MVP. Senior center Greg Twist was named Millikin ' s most valuable offen- sive lineman and senior defensive lineman, Neal and Twist shared co- captain honors. Tim Mecha, who took over as quarterback when Jerry Panfil was injured at mid-season, was named M.U. most valuable offensive back. Marty Heller was named Millikin ' s most valuable player in the game against Augustana, which was a regionally televised game by ABC Televi- sion. 16 seniors among 54 players received varsity football letters. Coach Merle Chapman who has been coach for the past five seasons and posting a 32-13 record and 3 conference titles, resigned as football coach. Taking over for Chapman will be his long time assistant Carl Poelker. Frank Neal, Greg Twist Scores Millikin 14, Carthage 27 Millikin 17, Olivet Nazarene 13 Millikin 10, North Central 31 Millikin 0, Augustana 31 Millikin 17, Elmhurst 21 Millikin 41, North Park 20 Millikin 50, Carroll 21 Millikin 17, Wheaton 7 Millikin 15, 111. Wesleyan 23 Overall Record: 4-5 CCIW Record: 3-5, tie for 4th Rick Moore, Trudy Finch, Jeff Stevens, Anne Ineich, Sam Trusner. 106 Football Football 10 108 Football Football 109 110 Football Football 111 Millikin University Basketball Meet Our Team . . . Row 1: Eddie Jones, Glen Kraemer, Mike Brown, Greg Goodrich, Roscoe Boykin, Ken Jackson, Greg CruU Row 2: Jeff Bennett, Jim O ' JMalley, Craig Patron, Eddie Taylor, Bob Sanders, Mike Icenogle, Kirk Sarff Row 3: Mike Radliff, Tony Robertson, Marty Dwyer, Wayne Dunning, Dave Bencko, Steve Williams, Pat Durley Row 4; Darren Hartry, Tim Littrell, John Houpt, Jeff Sams, Joe Ramsey, Jeff Stevens, Dave Hessel Final 1981-82 Statistics Scores Millikin 68, Illinois College 47 Millikin 93, MacMurray 70 Millikin 53, Augustana 54 Millikin HO, Illinois College 65 Millikin 58, North Central 67 Millikin 70, Indiana-Purdue- Millikin 56, Carthage 49 Indianapolis 71 Millikin 64, Quincy 80 Millikin 57, DePauw 71 Millikin 74, Wheaton 72 OT Millikin 69, Olivet Nazarene 68 Millikin 85, Elmhurst 60 Millikin 79, North Central 65 Millikin 48, North Park 46 OT Millikin 63, Missouri-St. Louis 75 Millikin 57, Augustana 59 Millikin 75, Elmhurst 66 Millikin 56, Carroll 59 Millikin 66, 111. Wesleyan 65 Millikin 68, North Park 59 Millikin 63, SIU-Edwardsville 69 Millikin 65, Carthage 51 Millikin 66, Wheaton 66 Millikin 68, 111. Wesleyan 76 Coach Joe Ramsey 112 Basketball Basketball 113 Big Blue Spirit 114 Basketball Basketball 115 M,U. Women s Volleyball L-R — Rl Lisa Bierman, Patti Green, Cynthia Hogan, Lisa Lane, Brenda Winkler, Sue Hochriem, L-R — R2 Trudy Finch, Beth Langdon, Kay LaThorp, Sue Stremming, Terri Jones, Beth Witt, Shelly Bale, Karen Clary, Robin Richards, Michele Maddox, Brenda Hogan, Peg Voisin Coach Peg Voisin ' s debut as Millikin ' s new vol- leyball coach was a success, with the team winning a school record 24 matches and finishing fifth in the state tournament. MiUikin ended its season with a 24-13-1 record and its best showing in the lAIAW D ivision III State Tournament. The women had a 2-2 record in state play and were eliminated by champion Elm- hurst, the same team that beat MiUikin in the title match at Chicago. Senior Cynthia Hogan was named MVP. Hogan and junior Lisa Lane, who was named to the all- state tournament team, were team co-captains. Lane led in team spikes for the season, spiking percentage and tied with sophomore Brenda Ho- gan for best serving average. Sophomore Brenda Winkler led the team in blocks throughout the season and in ace serves for the season, most serves for the season, most sets, and serve receive. Three seniors were among the squad ' s 15 letter winners, which also won its own MiUikin Invita- tional, were second place finishers in the LIniversity t)f Chicago Invitational and ICC Invitational, and place fifth in the North Central Tournament. Cynthia Hogan, Most Valuable Lisa Lane, co-captain Player 116 Volleyball lis Volleyball Volleyball 119 Cheering the Millikin Big Blue 120 Cheerleaders Pon Pom Squad Row 1: Cindy Main, Claudette Natalini, Merry Beth Olah, Row 2: Joy Hasselbacher, Kathy Kenehan, Row 3: Carla Bravin, Brenda Ely, Cindy Slabosz, Toni Gray Row 4: Kelly Biscomb, Carrie Deppe, Stacy Sims Co-Capt. Merry Beth Olah. Capt. Claudette Natalini Fight, Fight, Fight For the Blue of Millikin! Millikin Fight Song Fight for the blue — the blue and white of Millikin Our victory will be right here for all to see Our team is fighting — so let ' s Cheer for the blue — and we will keep our spirits high And we will Fight, Fight. Fight for the blue of Millikin Blue — White — Team — Fight (repeat) Alma Mater To the Blue and White we will loval be — Hail our Alma xMater Who ' s team we will cheer, whether win or lose Fiail our Alma Mater Fler cherished tradition we ' ll uphold Our loyalty will n ' er grow old Loyal sons and daughters we will alwavs be — Hail our Alma Mater Cheerleaders 121 The Wrestling Big Blue Row 1: Pat ShinviUe, Mike Leusch, Bob Kohlbecker, Lupe Coronado Row 2: Coach ' s son Anthony Cook, Phil Cason, Bret Kooi, Newton Minor Row 3: Coach Jim Cook, Terry Gardner, Kevin Wolff, Mark Houston, Bill Klaver, Dave Velek 122 Wrestling Wrestling 123 Millikin Swimming Team Row 1: Brian Dees, John Flaherty, Terry Smith, Sean O ' Connor Row 2: Ken Tothero, Cathy Cooper, Beth Schurman, Melissa Greene, Tom Peters, Tim Evans Row 3: Tony Young, Robin Sculerati, Jodi Leonard, Rich DeGalan, Kelly Alderman, Greg Tothero, Bob Czerwinski, Joni Rosenow 124 Swimming Swimming Women s Basketball Women ' s Basketball Statistics M illikin 101, MacMurray 41 MiUikm 65, Illinois Central C.C. 83 M llikin 101, Illinois College 40 Millikin 72, Augustana 86 M llikin 112, Danville Jr. College 49 Millikin 71, Lincoln Jr. College 65 M Uikin 89, McKendree 54 Millikin 60, SIU-Edwardsville 73 M llikin 72, Elmhurst 78 Millikin 77, Bradley 96 M llikin 68, George Williams 54 Millikin 53, 111. Wesleyan 66 M llikin 69, Greenville 46 Millikin 85, Knox 65 M llikin 92, Monmouth 48 Millikin 67, Quincy 64 M llikin 86, Eureka 32 Millikin 66, Pomona-Pitzer 68 M llikin 90, Olivet Nazarene 72 126 Women ' s Basketball M.U. Women ' s Track Team p Row 1: Linda Horve, Ann Ineich, Denna Battord, Angie Sparks, Joy Hasselbacher Row 2: Lisa Horn. Terrvjacobson. Kay Lathorp.Jody Foster, Trudy Finch, Mary Monahan Row 3: Brenda Hogan.Judv Stark, Cvnthia Hogan. Tina Rodmaker. Theresa Daiber, Leslie Waddeil, Cynthia Smith, Coach Voisen This year, due to an interest ot both stu- dents and Coach Don Luy, a women ' s cross country club was started. Under Coach Luy ' s direction, the women practiced with and participated in two meets with the men ' s cross country team. Each member ran in at least one of the scheduled meets. The club participated in the Washington University Invitational, and the Principia Invi- tational, where Angie Sparks and Linda Horve placed second and fifth respectively. The club also ran in the Decatur Recrea- tional Department Turkey Trot on Novem- ber 21. Top finishers in the 18-29 age 5000 meter race ran at Fairview Park were Angie Sparks, second place, and Karen Kramer, third place. As a result of the growing interest in wom- en ' s cross countr - here at Millikin. the club will have team standing as of next year. 1. Women ' s Cross Country- Team Row 1: Karen Kramer, Linda Horve, Anita Bucklew Terri Jacobson Row 2; Angie Sparks, Jo Alice Harner, Ruth Kuykendall, Susan Taylor Women ' s Track 12 ' Men s Track Row 1: Paul Buob, Richie Minor, Tony Dautzenburg, Kent Birmingham, Kirk Sarff, Marty Heller, Mike Buob, Mark Coglianese Row 2: Coach Don Luy, Ed Walker, Tom Hills, Mike Jackson, Al Sheriff, Greg Collingwood, Greg Hines, Marty Stupek Row 3: Coach Carl Poelker, Scott Buckalew, Lon Brough, Mike Shamhart, Dave Hessel, John Dean, Doug Basler, Jim Titzle, John Sweat, Steve Williams, Jeff Klinck, Dale Spires, Ken Brown, Jim Ferryman, Greg CruU 128 Men ' s Track Men s Cross Country Team Row 1: Ken Brown, Rod Lewis, Ken Birmingham, Steve Schmidt Row 2: Greg CoUingwood, Barry Lowe, Cal Lawrence, Doug Burton, Coach Don Luy Coach Don Luy ' s cross country team finished the season with a 2-1 record in dual meets and was seventh in the CCIW team standings for the fifth successive season and improved its point total over the previous year. Senior Steve Schmidt was named MVP. Schmidt, who also was the team captain, finished 16th overall and was M.U. ' s top finisher in the CCIW champion- ships. Junior Greg CoUingwood finished 17th. Highlights of the cross country season included second place finishes in the Lincoln Land Open and Greenville Invitational, and third place finishes in the Principia Invitational and at the Illinois small college meet. The team also placed seventh out of fifteen in the Washington LIniversity Invitational. Eight runners were letter winners, and sophomore Ken Brown was named most improved runner. Men ' s Cross Countn- 129 Big Blue Baseball 1982 Row 1: Frank Cavallone, Alan Hupp, Doug Colclasure, Tim Teegarden, Rich Brown, John Labedz Row 2: Assistant coach Mike Woods, Duane Hupp, Tim Hooker, Jeff Nelson, Tom Leggans, Tom Potter, Coach Galen Woods Row 3: Richard Whitmore, Marty Dwyer, Bill Hemmer, Pat Durley, Charley Woods, Mike Deresinski, Doug Hitchens, Curt Jones, Tim Yarnik, John Howell, Steve Labahn Season Results Millikin 10-0, Tennessee-Martin 4-12 M Millikin 0, Vanderbilt 20 M Millikin 2, Middle Tennessee State 10 M Millikin 3, Trevecca Nazarene 5 M Millikin 0-3, Tennessee Tech 14-5 M Millikin 5-7, Southeast Mo. State 10-15 M Millikin 2, Southeast Mo. State 21 M Millikin 5-0, St. Louis Univ. 9-7 M Millikin 3-4 111. Wesleyan 1-14 M Millikin 5-3, Carthage 6-1 Millikin 2, Illinois State 8 llikin 5-7, Wheaton 6-6 llikin 3-7, North Central 5-17 llikin 2, Eastern Illinois 9 llikin 0-3. Augustana 4-6 llikin 2-1. Elmhurst 10-11 llikin 1-1. Greenville 11-2 llikin 7-10, MacMurray 3-7 llikin 3-2, North Park 1-3 llikin 9-7, Carroll 8 Baseball Men s Tennis Row 1: Ken Karcher, Brad Gift, Jon Clark Row 2: Coach Tony Young, Jeff Clow, Greg Huck,John McDonagh. Uave Cornell Men ' s Tennis Women s Tennis I Row 1: Shelly Hines, Liz Gaffner, Emily Kirby, Bohdonna Strawniak,Judi Kincaid Row 2: Coach Leslie Randle, Betina Diaz Pons, Karen Smith, Becky Hays, Cari Hartnagel, Susan Krows M.U, Tennis Under new coach Leslie Randle the wom- en ' s tennis team compiled a 7-3 record in dual matches. They won a record number of matches during the season; topping the pre- vious record of six victories set last year. Senior Susan Krows, returning to the squad after a years absence, was named the most valuable player. Three-year letter winners Su- san Krows and Betina Diaz Pons were the only seniors on the tennis team. Letter winners were seniors Susan Krows and Diaz Pons, juniors Liz Gaffner and Emily Kirby, sophomores Becky Hays and Karen Smith, and freshman Cari Hartnagel. The only dim spot for the tennis team was in the state tourney where all the Millikin players were eliminated in the first round. Senior Susan Krows Senior Betina Diaz Pons 132 Women ' s Tennis NX ' omen ' s Tennis 133 A Brief History of Millikin It was 1901 and a recent census of Decatur showed a popula- tion of 20,754. A professional baseball league was being organized, the fly-swatter was a relatively new invention and the automobile was just beginning to make an impact on life in the United States. Amid this background, Millikin University was founded in 1901 as an institution of higher education through the joint efforts of a Decatur philanthropist, Decatur citizens and members of the Cum- berland Presbyterian Church. A pacesetter in higher education since its beginning, Millikin now enrolls approximately 1500 men and women in a variety of degree programs offered through the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business and Industrial Management, the School of Music and the School of Nursing. Students come from throughout the United States and from several foreign countries although the largest concentration of stu- dents is from Illinois. The University is affiliated with the United Presbyterian Church U.S.A. and its academic program is nonsec- tarian and available to students without regard to racial, religious, economic or social backgrounds Millikin University is the result of the dream of James Millikin , one of Decatur ' s leading citizens who hoped for an institution where the " scientific, the practical and industrial would have a place of equal importance with the literary and classical " Although Millikin University was founded in 1901, the first academic term did not begin until the fall of 1903 In the meantime, a campus had to be built Ceremonial laying of the cornerstone of Liberal Arts Hall, still a main campus building, was in June, 1902, and the building was dedicated a year later with President Theodore Roosevelt delivering the dedicatory address. First president of the University was Kansas educator Dr Albert R Taylor who was charged with the responsibilities of recruiting an able faculty, encouraging students to attend the new school and super- vising construction of satisfactory facilities The impressive record of achievement started by Dr Taylor has been continued under the leadership of Dr J Roger Miller, ninth president of Millikin. The face of Millikin University has changed considerably during the last 15 years and the 40-acre campus is now filled with a combina- tion of stately older buildings of the original Elizabethan style and newer more modern buildings Evidence of these changes are Staley Library and Richards Treat University Center Staley Library is a five level structure and was dedicated in the spring of 1978 In addition to providing traditional library services, the building contains a Learning Resurces Center featuring classrooms complete with the latest in audio-visual equipment Richards Treat University Center, dedicated in 1979, houses stu- dent dining facilities, a snack bar, small meeting-dining rooms, a game room and a large multi-purpose area Dedicated In 1970 were Kirkland Fine Arts Center and Griswold Physical Education Center, Kirkland Fine Arts Center Includes art galleries, classrooms and a 2.000-seat auditorium A university-community Concert Series and a student-sponsored Convocations Series annually bring to campus outstanding orchestras, entertainers and speakers. Griswold Physical Education Center is the home of the Big Blue athletic teams The building features an excellent pool for competi- tive or recreational swimming, a running track, classrooms, and is equipped to provide numerous teaching areas. Since Its beginning, when the dreams of James Millikin repre- sented a somewhat unique philosophy in higher education of com- bining liberal arts and professional training, the University has attempted to meet the challenges of the day. A sound financial position, an attractive campus, a scholarly faculty and student body and quality academic programs are evidences of success in meeting those challenges. 134 Brief History of Millikin The 1981-82 Yearly 1981-82 Yearly I ) During the year 1981 and the first half of 1982 we have witnessed many momentous events, and these events have had a unique effect on each and everyone of us. Therefore, we are providing this space for you to note any events which happened dur- ing this past school year that were particularly unique for you. Then, every time you look through this yearbook you will be re- minded of those special events of " The Times of Your Life. " Where Were You In 1981 -82 P 138 Our Many Moods i Our Manv Moods 139 140 Student Life Styles Hessler 4 Row 1: Anne Hooker, Lori Maser- ati, Bernie James, Bobbie Reed, Stan Marchewka, Jon Daugherty, Steve Hickerson, Marty Dwyer, Dan Grant, Guy Pearson, Dan Moore, Brian Zurita MiUs 2 West Row 1: James White, Rick Grove, Mark Weiss, Jeff Bonnett, Bret Kooi Row 2: PJ. Wilkes, Craig Wright, Darren Hartry, Brian Lo- kaitis, Leroy ' s roommate, Mike Flanagan, Mark Coglianese, Lam- pley Deverick, Ed Jelen Hessler 3 Row 1: Lori, " Car " Row 2: Mr. Biology, Joe Organic, TV Man, Chilli Row 3: Pookie, Leua Dun- lap, Sandy Nanners, Bernie, Pooh Row 4: Annie Fanny, Bobbi " Boob " 142 Student Life Styles North Hall Sitriri|. ' Keith Kirch(jff, Reginald Albert S;it)(lers Row : U)h Sunders Hii.ni Hiimni(.Tt i ' lnley, ll.iiri, li.irr ' , I.(;we, Flay- l)(jy, Ding Hugh Oofjg. Ding ' s ( hewey Mills 2 East Row 1: Brian Boyd. Mikejennings, Tommy Tutone " . " Marvelous " ! Row 2: TK. Greg Hines.Jeff Crash. Ke in Woltgang. Ken Hutchness. Mike Socialproblater Mills 1 East Row 1: Rod Lewis. Gerard Sablich. Scott Rein. B.B. Finck. Joe Lo- presti Row 2: Steve McManimie. Eric Sorensen. Gerig Robinson. Scott Lowe. Ronnie Dobbs. Pat Hannigan. TRIM Student Lite Stvles l43 T Blackburn 3 Row 1: Connie Evans, Tina Kess- ing, Anne Ineich, Carrie Hug, Tina Rodmaker Row 2: Lea Branden- burg, Cari Hartnagel, Cindy Knight, Vicki Moline Fairview Hall Row 1: Sally Gardner, Deb Weber, Charlotte Spitz, Jill Christensen, Sheri Whitley, Jill Johnson Row 2: Jeanne Buck, Karen Stone, Debbie Wentz, Margaret Midden, Anneja- nus, Kathie Sciackitano, Terri Sympson Mills 1 West Row 1: Mark Polito,Joey Schmidt, Benny Hill (Mark Kern), TRIM Row 2: Mike Fombelle, Tom McE- villy, Mike Lindenmeyer, Jim Lenz Don Bohannon, Billy DeWitt 144 Student Life Styles Astofi 2 Row 1; liars on C ;C(jr c, JoAlice I lamer, K. . Kiin ( re uricli, Tlic- rcsa ' I ' liornas, Sclirriidt. Hon- iiR Ycdmak l- ' rcppic Alli;;at ;r, Ikciida Kelt I.is.i I lorn, I crr ' , ja- (ohson Row 1: Kutli K u yl CfKlall. I.isa ( iirricr. Susan Taylor. D(K-fic I Ik ks, April Pocdc Aston 2 Stuffed Aiiiiii.ds Rov 1 : I )(jctic I li ' ks. Jirn Scliraiik R(jw I: Lisa Currier. Kristi Olafson, Terry Jac(jl)son. jcjAlite I lariier (standing), Kiin (;re ' urich fsittin i. Rutli Kuvkendalk Horjnie Yedinak, Hrenda Renda Reit. Su- san Taylor Aston 3 Row 1: Laura S. Kennell (cat wom- an). Ellen Jennings (easy tooi. Ruth Anne Thompson ( rat tacei. Sharon Hayden (sleeze-bagj Row 2: Lori Grana (granular). Sara Edwards (easv). Pattv Nugent (fig). Debbie Retine (Ms. Quarters). Cathi Mur- ray (convention woman). Judv Car- nero (Ms. All-nighter) Row 3: Joni Rosenow (Auntie F). Kelly Ander- son (one night stander) Student Life Stvles l45 Blackburn 2 Row 1; Rhonda Jones, Nita Davis, Bethany Fisher, Lynn Kampert, Mary Risdon, Nancy DeWitt Row 2: Laurie Macleod, Joyce Chesnut, Lynn Degenhardt, Nancy Fendley, Mary Sweeney, Laura Cerne, Melis- sa Sake Row 3: Catherine Morris, Pam Kirchoff, Carol Redford, Mary Beth Olah, Cindy Main, Can- dy Beckway Ground Fir. Mills Row 1: Theresa Knaup, Donna Palmieri, Marcy Dutton, Julie Swallow, Dani " Chewie " Green, Laura Melahn, Nancy McGeehon, Karen Livingston, Tina Guerrero (standing) Inset: Annette Pearson, Denise Arjmand Walker 1 Row 1: Karla Dittmar, Kathy Rader, Monica Milner, Laurie Ber- inger, Maria Gonzalez Row 2: Lisa Lane, Cindy Smith, Beth Ifft, Diane Attig, Kathy Franklin, Beth Witt, Janet Tindel Row 3: Lisa Brown, Jeannine Omalley, Julie Smith, Jeannette Chow 146 Student Lite Styles Mills 3 East Kmv I )( (. Adarn, Skip firuns, Bob M,iil)iir( her Row 2: lul Walker. I (A I And ' , Vcrdorrcn. Coacli C OK Jll.K i( J Hi Ik l( I I )Mi I luil- sakcr, Mcl Sliccts. J (;(;iicy White, St, III I- ' rif c. M.irk Ihjiisron. Mike KaclliH Blackburn 1 Front Row: Shelbv Case . Tricia Smith Back Row: Chris N ' uelle. Terri Harrington. Robin Harman. Ten Periman. Laurev Briscf;e. Katfiv Beckman. Su anne . e Mills 3 West Row 1: Tom Denbw Kevin Dovle. Dave Perrv. Victor Lockett. Bill Bercaw. John Russell Phelps. Bob Zepp. Bruce Eden Row 2: Brvan Hammonds. Dan Magrowski. Garv Christensen. Ale.x Eiland. Sir Philip Charles Creighton. Steve Steele and Ted E. Bear. Rich Brown Student Lite Stvles l4 ' Walker 2 Row 1: Susan Whelan, Judy Thompson, Chalice Bailey, Cindy Zywicki Row 2: Theresa Donovan, Sandy Fahrig, Carol Clark, Shelly Bale, Elaine Ehrich, Elizabeth Whetstone, Mary Kuenstler, Clara Clodfelter Row 3: Debbie Shana- han, Davi Thiele, Doris Ruppel, Laura Grabske, Amy Cordes, An- gle Sparks, Susan Stremming, Danda Tish Walker 3 Row 1; Beverly Meece, Jami Ma- son Row 2: Portia Pittman, Patti Nickels, Brenda Urfer, Julie Wer- din, Claudette Natalini, Beth Hor- neker, Fredia Rawls Row 3: Jamie Cornett, Tina Mathern, Beth Lang- don, Trudy Finch, Rachel New- some, Sandy Martin, Diana Grasso Aston 1 Row 1: Stacey Sims, Toni Gray, Janice Johnson, Suellen Grimshaw, Cheryl Sterenberg, Janine Wiegard Row 2: Julie Bowen, Tammy Mathews, RN, BSN, Karen M. Sacker, Dianne Tanking 148 Student Life Styles T Alpha Chi Omega Row 1; Lori Johnston, Rhondajones, Susan Mathews, Julie Goeke, Sonnie Peak, Andrea Kleban, Pat Andriano, Mary Adrian, Patti Green, Suzi Pearman, Sarah Ginther Row 2: Eileen McHugh, Chiqui Chavez, Marsha Wilson, Brenda Winkeler, Julie Schulmeister, Annette Halemeyer, Melissa Miller, Peg Maish, Jackie Andriano, Laura Thompson, Barb Griffith, Jill Augustine, Sharon Brooksbank,Jill Davis Row 3: Didi Sawicki, Chris Hudson, Melissa Mor- ris, Jolene Haselhorst, Susan Kesl, Jodi Foster, Cindy Smith, Candy Beckway, Cathy Ontiveros, Becky Hayes, Shelly Hines, Mary Fowler, Amy Macy, Laurey Briscoe, Ann Strieker, Sue Swoboda, Judi Kincaid, Diane Roza Row 4: Anne Westcot, Karen Blondell, Sally Smith, Chris Vance, Sally Foley, Car- ol Redford, Jeanna Guthrie, Martha Dietzen, Kristi Kull, Patti Eldridge, Dena Kareotes, Clare Williams, Sue Hockriem Millikin University — Decatur. Illinois ® 1978— MouKot Jamej 150 Student Lifestyles i Delta Delta Delta Row 1: Susan Donovan, Kelly Bradley, Rachel Ferry, Heidi Hantel, Liz Livesay, Mary Ann Ernst, Colltcn iVk(.arthy,Jani Adeli, Lisa Firt.c. Kcm ' • a lade. Lisa Brown, Julie Warkins Row 2: Susan Medlock, Susie Hamilton, Claire Heidbrink, Elizabeth Welsh, Laurie Gross, Janet Suam, Jeanne Hough, Suzanne Lemmerman, Julie Suam, Cheryl Stine, Richelle Meischner, Laurie Martin, Kim Rose, Lisa Pacholski, Deb Kraus Row 3: Kelly Biscomb, Catherine Morris, Tina Chabak, Nancy De Witt, Danda Tish, Barb Bizer, Gail Rhodes, Carol Weinrich, Laurie Koch, Liz Gaffner, Cynthia Hartz, Lauri McLaren, Barb Abbott, Gail Brown, Lori Mangold, Heidi Kaiser, Diane Warren Row 4: Sheri Kaiser, Autumn Kraus, Mary Beth Grannan, Conni Sample, Christa Hinton, Pam Maycroft, Rone Ann Forrester, Ruth Vittitoe, Lynn Kampert, Nancy Young, Sandy Binder, Sandi Reid. Teresa Kritsas, Shawn Hov. Kim Ballog, Kim Kresse, Karen Klein, Cindy Nichols, Shelly Long Student Lifestyles 151 Pi Beta Phi Row 1: Laurie Ruppert, Tara Harvel, Kathleen Bond, Julie Bowen, Bridget Devlin, Teri Periman, Diane Attig, Vicki Van Rheeden, Ruthie Abbott Row 2: Melissa Kirkland, Suzanne Koonce, Colleen Heneghan, Melissa Sallee, Chalice Bailey, Mrs. Litke, Sharon Hayden, Kelly Funk, Carol Reedy, Beth Ifft. Row 3: Tina Pflasterer, Rene Irwin, Michelle Twitchell, Jill Newman, Nancy Johnson, Jean Simpson, Ann Romer, Pam Woodburn, Jennifer Johnson, Lyn- da Turek, Melodie Ahrens, Lori Reed, Janet Miller, Ann Shumate, Joanne Perry Row 4: Lora Pearson, Amy McLaughlin, Alice Hayes, Dee Bromley, Patty Weyen, Emily Kirby, Priscilla Snelson, Lisa Mannweiler, Jean Jubelt, Kathryn Trask, Beth Klietz, Cindy Friend, Karen Smith, Carolyn Cuttill necD Milllkin University— Decatur, Illinois 152 Student Lifestyles Zeta Tau Alpha Row 1; Diane Tanking, Cathy Casmer, Fam Kirchott, Laurie MacLeod, Lori Bedrosian, Merry Beth Olah, Cindv Main, DeeDee Chapman, Lynn Degendardt, Brenda Ely, Cindy Slabosz Row 2; Kelly McCourt, Kelley Allen, Mary Risdon, Joy Jiesselbacher, Brenda Mogan, Cin Hogan, Mrs. Martha O ' Heren, Lisa Melicki, Casey Heyer. Janet Bracken, Cindy Warner, Suellen Grinshaw Row 3: Sally Bumpus, Kim Winters, Mary Jo Block. Sue Butler, Judy Powers, Erin Kiel, Mary Sweeney, Carrie Deppe, Lori Neilsen, Judith Woodall, Kathy Kennehan, Lisa Hemp, Debbie Boyd, Maria Potje, Melinda Pitt, Jill Miller, Nita Davis Row 3: Matilda Hill, Teri Propes, Laura Cerne, Corrine Miller, Patti Sromek, Cindv Artman, Geri Benz. Sandy Cristv, Carla Bra- vin, Tricia Leipold, Nancy Fendley, Debbie Ward, Dee Lyn Batty Row 4; Thresa Johnson, Janice Martin, Stephanie Dautzenberg ■D.■T •- s Millikin University — Decatur. Illinois " 2 1978 — House oljan-ies Student Lifestyles 153 Alpha Tau Omega Row 1: Mike Jerome, Mike Gorman, Scott Bradtke, Tom Hills, Todd Thorason, Jeff Klink Row 2: Steve Williams, Frank Cavalone, John Lutostanski, Dan Clark, Tom Madden, Scott Sarran, Paul Marquardt, Kevin Keener, Doug Hein, Russ Sherbondy Row 3: Greg Huck, Joe Esposito, Mark Gardner, Jeff Meyer, Brad Kay, Steve Kreugler, Bob Grady, Lincoln Schneider, Jeff Clow, Larry Zeiner, Hank Hornbeck Row 4: Gregg Deppe, Ken Karcher, Russ Cutlip, Mike Tinch, Tony Dautzenburgh, Dean Lamb, John Blakeman, Jon Mrowiec r I ATQ Millikin (Jiilvn sily Dctdlur, 154 Student Lifestyles Row 1: Craig Patton, Marty Heller, Doug Colclasure Row 2: Ken Figlewicz, Lance Burmeister, Kirk Sarff, Alan Hupp, Greg Twist, Dave Granger, Dave Camillo Row 3: Jeff Stevens, Tony McCormick, Jeff Santos, Greg Eichelberger, Glen Kitchell, Joe Camillo, Kevin Crandall, Mark Magro, Ron Gatto Row 4: Dale Wood, Bob Schrank, Phil Gonzales, Scott Taloff Student Lifestyles 155 Row 1; Doug Easier, Tom Denby, Bill Bercaw, Mark Baker, Bob Hillegonds Row 2: Kevin Green, Craig Heiden,Jim Dickerson, Will Pierson, Tom Pe- ters, Jeff Wildman, Rich Degalan, Don Meier, John Nystrom Row 3: Brian Jennings, Bob Hasier, David Throne, Brian Dees, Bill Hemphill, Rick Shaffer, Tim Evans, Bill Denby, Drew Burbidge, James Lamar, Bob Czerwinski, Sam McGee, Kurt Keneipp, Jack Fields 156 Student Lifestyles Sigma Alpha Epsilon Row 1: Steve Voris, Alan Brown, Rich Meehan, Mike Slates, Chris Peterson, David Via Row 2: Dean DeGroot, Andy Sensenig, Mark Polito, Mark Kern, David Snyder, Mom Day, Jeff Whitaker, Brad Gift, Charlie Miller, Kent Olson, Matt Estopare Row . Don Benfamin, Ben Buttolph, Jeff Newkirk, Phil Creighton, John Bohn, Bill Morris, Jim Titzel, Art Maul, Tom Lock, Gary Long, LeRoy Griffin, Jim Weller Student Lifestvles 15 " ' Junge Jim Tragos, Brian Lazarz, Mike Lissy, Mark McNamer, Phil Thomas, Kurt Kuhnke, Robbie Peterson, Mike Ludwig, Charlie Siegel, Phillip Albert, Mark Finck, Joe Estes Row 3: Tom Foley, Pat Shinville, Bob Warren, Steve McFarland, Bill Davie, Greg Bueltmann. Tom Hlawek, Pat Hanigan, Mike Springs, Joe Lopresti Row 4: Joe Sands, John Dean, Warren Rosebraugh, John Webber, Sam Jones, Hank Vogel 158 Student Lifestyles Delta Sigma Theta Row 1: Cheryl Palmer, Lesa Brown, Evelyn Newsome Row 2: Leoneilda Blake, Frances Yeo, Sandra Glover. Kimberly Curtis. Debra Washington, Kay Joyner Row 1: Kenneth Jackson, Michael Johnson Row 2: Chris Kennedy, Bernie Hepburn Alpha Phi Alpha Student Lifestyles 159 160 Fine Arts Fine Arts 161 162 Fine Arts Theatre Student Productions ()t humble beginning Of relaxation . . . Of preparation . . . Ot concentration Cast of " Brigadoon " Tommy Albright . . . David Ball Jeff Douglas . . . Richard Dunham Fiona MacLaren . . . Dixie Lee Spence Jean MacLaren . . . Kristi Kay Olaf- son Andrew MacLaren . . . John Abegglen Archie Beaton . . . Jon O ' Guinn Harry Beaton . . . Robert Kennedy Mr. Lundie . . . Ben Hunsaker Charlie Dalrymple . . . Ted Davey ... is born a spectacle Angus MacGuffie . . . Doug Fester Sandy Dean . . . Chuck Larkin MacGregor . . , Joe Garbe Meg Brockie . . . Janice Johnson Maggie Anderson . . . Ann Owens Jane Ashton . . . Amy Macy Frank . . . Joe Garbe Townsfolk of Brigadoon . , . Janet Bracken, Caryn Burkhart. Carrie Dietzen, Bernard Hepburn, Andrea Kleban, Chuck Larkin, Kelly McCourt, Amy Macy, Rich Meehan, Jill Miller, Jane Petrongelli. Marie Potje, Vance St. Clair, Heidi Strandt, Barry Zaslow Brigadi oon Fine Arts 163 Showcase Theatre ( ast of Eqiius Martin Dysart . . . Aiuly ,Siiisciii ; Alan Strang . . . Tcil Davty Nurse- . . . jLilia Starulirlir Hcstlicr Salomon . . . (.olliin 1 liiif luiii I ' rank Strang . . . Daryl Sinothcrs Dora Strang . . . Janice Johnson Yoiin Horscnian . . . Mike Mailiiesoii Harry Daltoii . . . Den llLinsaker Jill Mason . . . (iaryn Burkliart Nii ct . . . ' I ' lni livans Horse . . . Alan Urown, Doii F ' ester, Rob KetiiKily, Mike Cast of The Last ot Mrs. Lnitoin Senator Austin . . . Ben Hunsaker Robert Lincoln . . . Jon O ' Guinn Tati Lincoln , . . Ted Davey Mary Lincoln . . . Judith Woodall Ninian Edwards . . . John Abe glen Lizzie Keckley . . . Marcia Naber Mary Harlan , . . Dani Green Young Senator . . . Richard Dunham Man . . . Doug Fester Boy . . . Jeffrey Cleary Elizabeth Edwards . . . Colleen Heneghan Mrs. McCullough . . . Stacy Reddy Attendant . . . Richard Dunham Lewis Baker . . . Rob Kennedy Mathieson Lincoln Candids 16 spring Opera . , . The Merry Widow Millikin University Orchestra Fine Arts 169 } The Voices Of Millikin , 170 Fine Arts Madrigals Birks Museum Fine Arts 1 1 Convocations Series 1981-1982 The Convocations Series is chosen annually by a committee of Millikin students and faculty. As a whole, the program attempts to provide the Millikin community with an interesting and diver- sified schedule of entertainment. Past seasons have included individual performers, popular speakers, and events of theatrical importance. Convocations programs remain ever-popular with Millikin students by reason of variety and financial accessability — the Series is funded by student fees. BILLY CRYSTAL — College audience favorite, comedian Billy Crystal comes to Kirkland stage. A versatile young man. Crystal has worked in movies, written television comedy, and stars in the TV spoof " Soap " . LJnfortunately, although a college graduate with a family background steeped in contact with jazz greats and the music business in general. Crystal remains unable to play the clarinet. ERNEST BORGNINE — Academy Award-honored character actor Ernest Borgnine appears in a one-man show. Co-produced by Borgnine and Samuel Gallu, " An Offer You Can ' t Refuse " details the lives of three generations of Mafia chiefs: Borgnine portrays the grandfather, father, and son in this philosophical black comedy. 172 Fine Arts McLAIN FAMILY BAND— The sounds of guitar, banjo, mandolin, accordion, fiddle, and bass blend into the uniquely stirring harmonies and rhythms oi bluegrass. For twelve years the McLain Family Band of Berea, Kentucky has been travelling across the United States performing this indigenous folk music with their own special style and flavor. From playing for family enjoyment the McLain Family Band has come to mean fun and entertainment for folks the world over. DAVID SEEBACH — At age six, David Seebach received his first magic set; today, Seebach is an award-winning magician and illusionist. The Wonders of Magic roadshow includes such dazzling crowd-thrillers as floating bodies, wild animals, daring escapes, and beautiful women — now you see em, now you don ' t. Seebach educates as well as performs, instructing magic to theatre students, and is also an accomplished actor. Fine Arts 1 3 University Concert Series " Mr. Saxophone, " the delightful Boots Randolph an- nually plays to a capacity crowd at Kirkland. A self- taught musician, Randolph mastered both the ukelele and slide trombone while still a kid playing with his family in local Kentucky talent contests. During high school, he switched to sax, and the rest has become, as they say, history. Since the production of Boots Ran- dolphs ' Hrst album, Yakety Sax, in the late Fifties, Ran- dolph has been hailed as the premier tenor saxophonist in the world. World-famous dancers Jose Greco and Nana Lorca join with Jorge Tyller, Mexican dance authority, in a production of the Ballet Folkforico Mexicana produced by Stephen Rapaport and the National Theatre for the Performing Arts. Spanish guitar, colorful costumes, and skillfully moving bodies form an exciting combination ol Hispanic and Mexican dance. 174 Fine Arts Internationally acclaimed soprano Clamma Dale made her opera debut in 1975. Since then, she has performed with many of the worlds great opera companies, as well as on Broadway. Dale has performed with symphonies and chamber groups, and is active in music education. Clamma Dale inte- grates her acting skills and vocal mas- tery into remarkable recital artistry. 1 The sprightly score of Lerner and Loewe ' s musical " Camelot " has thrilled and been applauded by theatre-goers both young and old. Harlequin Theatri- cals, in conjunction with Columbia Artists Theatricals, mounted a successful touring production of " Camelot " for the 1981-82 season. On stage unfolds the tale of legendary King Arthur, his Queen Guinevere, Merlin, Lancelot and the Knights of the Round Table with peerless finery and romance. Under the competent direction of conductor David Gilbert, the Orchestra of Illinois has recently developed a reputation for solid musicianship and lively symphonic interpretation. These talented musicians provide harmonious coun- terpoint and musical enjoyment. I Fme Arts 1 5 176 Candids 178 Honors Millikin University Honors and Awards March 11, 1982 Kirkland Fine Arts Center Millikin students recognized for academic and extracurricular achievements for the first time are guests at the T, W, Samuels Lecture Series, featuring Time Magazine columnist Hugh Sidey, A reception honoring these students follows in Richards Treat University Center. Honors College of Arts and Sciences Behavioral Science Award Dr. Everett J. Brown Prize For the graduating senior with a 3.60 grade point For excellence in debate average and at least a 3.75 grade point average in Ronald Vance major Rita Wilhite Albert T. Mills Prize For an outstanding history student Clyde Dennis Award Scott R. Britton For contributions to the University and the biology department Dr. L.C. McNabb Memorial Award Lawrence R. Fleming For outstanding contributions to the Theatre Arts Biology Honors Award Colleen P. Heneghan For an outstanding Biology major and Douglas S. Dliott Judith M. Woodall John and Ula Leighty Research J. Ben Wand Prize Award in Biology For excellence in acting Douglas S. Elliott Judith M. Woodall and Alpha Epsilon Delta Award Earl Andrew Sensenig For outstanding contributions to the organiza- tion Conanl Society Achievement Award James R. Allen For the English major who has maintained the highest scholastic average through seven Chemical Rubber Company Prize semesters For the highest grade point average in general Nicholas W. Smith chemistry Rhonda J. Jenkins Environmental Affairs Council Award For the junior or senior environmental studies Carl and Lucille Weatherbee major wth the highest grade point average Chemistry Prize John V. Dean For the chemistry student who has made outstan- ding contributions to the University Environmental Awareness Awards Andrea L. Fahrig For environmentally aware students who have contributed to the University ' s environmental American Institute of Chemists Award programs For an outstanding senior majoring in chemistry Glenn D. Basile Joseph P. Comiskey Kathleen M. Biever Steven R. Blattner Dr. and Mrs. William F. JHenderson Betina M. Diaz-Pons Prize Douglas S. Elliott For the best essay concerning applications in Marc C. Schultz chemistry or other evidence of excellence in the field Thomas W. and Mary R. Adney Joseph P. Comiskey Memorial Award Alan M. Taylor For an outstanding junior pre-law student Joni A. Rosenow Lindsay W. Wright Dr. and Mrs. W.J. Darby Prize T.W. Samuels Award For an outstanding senior speech major For an outstanding pre-law student Laurie Maucker Scott R. Britton University A wards Millikin Dames Awards Walter Witt Award For scholarship, service, and interest in For the outstanding junior selected by the chair postgraduate or professional studies of the physical education department, athletic Scott R. Britton director and the dean of admissions David E. Boyer Wayne Dunning Joseph P. Comiskey Colleen P. Heneghan Ralph and Ellen Allen Christy M. Peters Big Blue Awards Judith M. Woodall For the sophomore and junior physical educa- tion majors who excel scholastically and in inter- Daniel J. and Elinor Gage collegiate, athletics Student Activities Award Brenda K. Hogan For seniors with a cumulative grade point Lisa A. Alexander average of at least 2.75 and who have made meaningful contributions to campus activities Scovill Prizes Melanie A. May For scholarship, personality and citizenship. Ma- Nancy L. Johnson jor weight given to scholarship David G. Dixon Morrison Memorial Christian Andrea Dolejs Leadership Scholarship Andrea L. Fahrig For an outstanding sophomore or junior who has James R. Lamar demonstrated genuine leadership in the religious Lisa A. Lane life program on campus Margaret L. Midden Mitchel E. Schuessler Daniel R. Pierce Nicholas W. Smith Tabor School of Business and Engineering Glen Smith Award For the outstanding senior from the Tabor School of Business and Engineering David E. Boycr Milliliin National Bank Awards For outstanding students majoring in business Senior — Cheryl Winkleblack Junior — David G. Dixon Sophomore — Matthew B. Lane Freshman — Susan M. Young McGee-Howard Award For outstanding junior engineering student Scott E. Keele Major Thomas G. Storey Citizenship Award For an outstanding senior engineering student Eric J. Schreiber George P. Wilson Memorial Fund Award For outstanding engineering students Carl A. Christensen Jack A. Toepfer Mary Ann Younker Karia J. Dittmar y. Phillip Rous American Marketing Association Outstanding Marketing Student Awards For achivement in the field of marketing School of Music School of Music Dean ' s Honor Award For a senior member of Sigma Alpha Iota who possesses attributes of musicianship, scholarship and leadership Judith Nordstrom Phi Mu Alpha Opera Award For the male student contributing most to the opera program John Abegglen Winifred St. Clair Minturn Award To a senior selected for excellence in perfor- mance and the musical life of the University Judith Nordstrom ' Sigma Alpha Iota Honor Certificate For the senior chapter member with the highest scholastic average Judith Nordstrom Central Illinois Chapter Brian Germano St. Louis Chapter Vicki R. VanRheeden Wall Street Journal Award For an outstanding student in the Tabor School of Business and Engineering Vicki R. VanRheeden Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship Award For the senior Tabor School of Business and Engineering member of the fraternity with the highest scholastic average Diane G. Nagy Murphey, Jenne and Jones Accounting Awards For the two senior accounting majors with the highest grade point averages in accounting courses Timothy A. Lohrstorfer and Diane G. Nagy Central Chapter of Illinois Society of Certified Public Accountants Award To a junior accounting major selected on the basis of scholarship, personality, service, ac- tivities and promise in the field of accounting David G. Dixon School of Nursing Decatur Memorial Hospital Graduate Education in Nursing Award For a senior nursing major who has been admit- ted to a graduate program and has agreed to return to the Decatur area for three years follow- ing completion of the program to work in clinical or education areas Susan M. Temmen Dortha F. Dean Nursing Award For an outstanding nursing student interested in public health or school nursing Diane Coen Macon County Medical Auxiliary ■ Award For the academically outstanding junior nursing major Karen 1. Stone Candids 183 Candids 185 Candids 187 188 Candids Candids 189 190 The Spring Almanac Candids 191 Campus Chest 192 Campus Chest Campus Chest 193 MP Candids 195 W.T, Samuels Lecture Hugh Sidey 196 Lectures Maya Angelou Lectures 19 Greek Week — 1982 Greek God and Goddess Candidates Row 1: Lee Blake — Delta Sigma Theta,Jill Davis — Alpha Chi Omega Row 2: Alan Brown — Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Colleen McCarthy — Delta Delta Delta, Thresa Johnson — Zeta Tau Alpha, Kirk Reno — Tau Kappa Epsilon Row 3: Michael Johnson — Alpha Phi Alpha, Dale Wood — Delta Sigma Phi, Kathleen Bond — Pi Beta Phi, Matt Berley — Kappa Sigma, Larry Zeiner — Alpha Tau Omega Greek God: Matt Berley — Kappa Sig- ma Greek Goddess: Jill Davis — Alpha Chi Omega 198 Greek Week Greek Week 199 200 Graduation Graduation 201 Residence Hall Council Week April 1982 Residence Hall Week is a yearly event sponsored by the Residence Hall Council for the students living in the University residence halls. 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Compliments of a friend A Final Word The yearbook staff would like to greatfully acknowledge the following individuals who helped in putting together this book: Mary Tupper, Marguerite Michael, Polly Dill, Jewell Moffett, Virginia Mann, Lillian Lewis, Jean Patrick, Liz Hill, Jan Devore, Irene McGorray, Nancy Whitten, Paul Buck, Rebecca Harbaugh, Pen Engelbrecht, and anyone else who helped in any way. A special thanks to Bob Donnelly and Herff-Jones yearbooks for all of their help. The name of Kathryn Trask was accidentally omitted from the page of staff acknowledgements. At this time we would like to thank Kathryn for the work she did for the yearbook. She was on the organizational staff. The poem Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening was reprinted by permission of Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.: From The Poetry of Robert Frost, edited by Edward Connery Lathem. Copyright 1969 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. The poem The Campus On the Hill was reprinted by permission of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. From Heart ' s Needle copyright 1958 by W.D. Snodgrass. The paintings used for the fraternities and sororities were reprinted by permission of David James of The House of James in Champaign, Illinois. As you have probably already noticed there is no index printed in the yearbook. In an effort to cut costs we had to delete ten pages from the yearbook; as a result, we could not put an index at the end of the book. However, the staff has compiled an index that will be distributed with the yearbooks. 220 A Final Word 9 II .1. I i


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