Millikin University - Millidek Yearbook (Decatur, IL)
- Class of 1983
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EDUCATION DSPARTMESI millikin university decatur Illinois 1983 Laura Bembenek Editor Dan Clark Editor Paul Marquardt Business Manager Joe Houston Faculty Advisor MILLIDEK nvolvement 10 ndividuals 28 mpressions 66 nterests 84 nteraction 116 mages 168 Title Page Contents 1 Opening 4 Opening Opening I am Yesterday 6 Opening Opening I AM MILLIKIN 8 Opening Involvement I am Involvement — with activities. They are the special times or events during the year that break up any monotony that may build up. They keep me busy, (sometimes too busy). They are good times that leave many good memories. But sometimes I wonder if all the hard work is worth it. Many people do not find the time to help build a house dek. or sing a song. Maybe they have better things to do or maybe they just don " t care. I realize, however, that these times are worth it when I see all those happy people and the good memories thev are creating. Involvement 1 1 Millikin Goes Kolor Krazy Homecoming ' 83 tit bj Jl ji " lot ji l ' ili;; ' li. " Ml ilpiff ' 12 Homecoming Millikin came alive with color October 1 I 17, as students, alumni, and the faculty celebrated Homecoming. King and Queen, Greg Bueltman and Tara Harvel, with their court reigned over what was to be a very successful week of activities. These activities included the House Dek competition Talent Show, Pep Rally, Games, Homecoming Concert, and of course the Big Football Game with Augustana. Homecoming also held in store a special event — The hatching of the BIG BLUE FALCON. The Homecoming Court included — Front Row (Seated) Alan Hupp, Suzi Pearman. Tara Harvel, Barb Bizer, Jean Schafer, Jayne Balko. Sandy Livingston. Back — Michael Buob, Wayne Dunning, Jeff Whitaker, Michael Gorman, Greg Bueltman. Cristv. Karen Homecoming 1 3 14 Homecoming Freshman Camp All Freshmen and Transfers are encour- aged to attend this preschool overnight ori- entation session at nearby Allerton Park. The weekend ' s activities include a noisy half-hour bus ride, get-acquainted sessions, student-faculty discussions, games, late evening dance, and a mid-night movie. fee Freshman Camp Counselors Row 1 — D. Dixon, D. Ward. Row 2 — J. Bowen, T. Thorsen, C. Hinton, S. Sarran, K. Stone, M. Garoufalis, S. Gardner, M. Gorman, T. Harvel, S. Cristy, P. Marquardt. Row 3 — J. Powers, L. Degenhardt, N. Fendley, L. Pirtle, R. Meischner, C. Reedy, J. Warkins, G. Deppe, M. Johnson, J. Whittaker, J. Christensen, J. Esposito. Row 4 — K. Bradley, B. Bizer, L. Koch, D. Warren, R. Vittitoe, L. Mangold, B. Hosier, K. Rader, A. Ineich, A. Sparks, B. Yedinek. Row 5 — M. Baker, G. Bueltman, P. Hannigan, B. Winkeler, S. Brookshank, J. Kincaid, S. Kesl, B. Hays, R. Lewis, S. Stremming, J. Bracken. Row 6 — J. Lamar, R. Degalan, K. Green, A. Dolejs, M. Weis.S. Pearman, D. Clark, S. Whitley, N. Rhoads, L. Junge. Row 7 — T. Foley, D. Metz, D. Meier, T. Myers. T. Peters, C. Hayden. A. Strieker. J. Schafer, R. Weissenstein, K. Livingston, A. Kraus 16 Freshman Camp Freshman Camp 17 18 Candids Candids 19 20 Candids GREEK WEEK 1983 Unified but Unique Monday, April 25th, marked the beginning of Greek Week 1983. The Greeks joined forces during the week in the following events: Pajama Dance at RTUC, a Carni- val for the Developmentally Disabled, The Annual Talent Show, and Greek Games. Awards were given out at the Awards Ban- quet Saturday night. Overall winners were Tau Kappa Epsilon and Zeta Tau Alpha. Alpha Tau Omega and Alpha Chi Omega took second place overall. The God and Goddess was Jack Fields and Terri Peri- man. Chairpeople for the week of events were Steve McFarland and Kristi Salman. Greek Week The Building of M.U A view of Aston Hall in 1928, as shown from the standing point of Walker Hall today. 24 Candids iii EEEE II El II Hip II II II EEEEE II IE ilSlfil IB II I USE BB SB II BSBBgBn Mt, ■ ■ mt ml II " In 1912 the School of Music was then known as Millikin Conservatory of Music. Richard ' s Treat University Center under construction in 1979. Candids 25 Candids 2 2K Individuals Individuals I am an Individual — Not just a face in the hall or a number on a computer printout. I am a person — one element making up the whole. I like the others around me, but sometimes I don t go along with the crowd. Sometimes I like to be left alone. I have my own traits, qualities, and prob- lems, as does everybody else. Other individ- uals help me bring out my qualities and work out my problems. I am thankful for other individuals, for without them I would be the whole, and 1 don ' t think I could be a whole without help. Individuals 29 Matthew Abrahamson, Marketing, Galesburg, IL Lisa Alexander, Phys. Ed, Hammond, IL Jacki Andriano, Business Date Processing, Palatine, IL Catherine Argenti, French Pol. Sci, San Diego, CA Mark Baker, Production Management, West Chicago, IL Steven Bakunas, Biology, Decatur, IL Ralph Ball, Business Administration, Flossmoor, IL Billie Barrett, Psych Soc, Murfreesboro, TN DeeLyn Batty, Math, Stonington, IL Geri Benz, Nursing, Quincy, IL Diane Bernahl, Psychology, Burbank, IL Lisa Bierman, Communications, Bclvidere, IL 30 Seniors Barbara Bizer, Marketing Alliambra. II Sharon Brooksbank, Nursing, Peoria, N ' I raci Bliechele, Business Administration. Decatur, 1 1 Curt Galas. Marketing. Dcs Plaines. Daniel Callahan, Accounting, Tinley Park. IL Douglas Callison. Production Management, l.ibertyville. 11 Judith Carnero. Elem Education Trujillo Alto. P R. Melissa Castillo, Accounting. Tucson, AZ JoEllyn Cordes, Music Education. Washburn. IL Terry Cox, Marketing. Decatur. IL Sandra Cristy. Crystal Lake. IL Lisa Currier. Psychology. Elk Grove. IL Drew Dammeier. Marketing. Norridge, IL Gary Davis. Commercial Music. Springfield. IL Faith Delatte. Elem Education. Decatur. IL Seniors 3 1 David Dixon, Accounting, Plainfield, IL Andrea Dolejs, Pol. Sci., Riverside, IL Richard Dunham, Music Theatre, Dawson, IL Wayne Dunning, Bus. Administration, Decatur, IL Robert Dzialowy, Personnel Management, Palos Hills, IL Caroline Edwards, Communications, Lincoln, IL Patricia Eldridge, Accounting, Decatur, IL Ellen Faber, Accounting, LaMoille, IL Thomas Foley, Bio Secondary Education, Niles, IL 32 Seniors Thomas I ra icr, P.nglish, Decatur. I ' hil I rench, Bus Data Processing, Decatur, 1 1 Robin I ulk, ( ommunications. Niantic, II Karl F unk, Accounting, Alton. Margie Ciant. Ps 7. Sociology . . Chicago, IL Sally Gardner. Personnel Management, Taylorville, II. Richard George, Production Management, Delray Beach, FL Michelle Gilmore, Art, Chicago, Arthur Gonzalez, Industrial Engineering, Chicago IL Mike Gorman, Bio Pre-Dentistry, Chatham, IL. Christine Guerrero, Bio Phys. Therapy, Chicago Hts. IL Marian Hall, Production Management. Decatur. IL Craig Hayden. Accounting. Pittsfield. IL Alice Hayes. Nursing. Gridley. IL Julia Hoppenjans. Accounting. Belleville. IL Seniors Anne Ineich, Physical Education, Jacksonville, IL Racheal Isaac, Sociology, C ' sted, St. Croix, V.I. Mark Isaacs, Accounting, Decatur, IL Paula Jacobs, Elem. Education, Northbrook, IL Michael Johnson, Marketing, Chicago, IL Robert Johnson, Accounting, Decatur, IL Curt Jones, Data Processing, Metamora, IL Sheri Kaiser, Marketing, Champaign, IL Scott Keele, Welding Engineering, Nokomis, IL Stephen Killpatrick, Business Administration, Minneapolis, MN Karen Klein, Business Data Processing, Decatur, IL Theresa Knaup, Nursing, Cahokia, IL Suzanne Koonce, Elementary Education, Niantic, IL Thomas Kras, Business Data Processing, Brookfield, IL Debra Kraus, Bus. Administration, Blue Mound, IL 34 Seniors K Teresa Kritsas, Data Processing, Park Ridge, ll Davui Krizka, Welding I ngincermg, I lol linan I .slate , 1 1 Kristi Kull. Nursing. Shelby villc, II Karen Kwilosz, Accounting. Chicago. II Steven Labahn, f J h sical Education. Lvanston. II. .James Lamar. Lawrence, Accounting. Ta lorville. II. Steven Lehman. Business Administration. Joliet. II. Lisa Lane, Physical Education. Flora. IL John Lawrence. Accounting. Taylorville. IL Steven Lehman. Business Administration. Joliet. IL Karen Livingston. Nursing. Muncie. IL Margaret Maish. Music Bus. LaGranae. IL Seniors Mary Malavolti, English Art, Lovington, IL Pamela Maycroft, Elementary Education, Arthur, IL Julie McClarey, Elwin, IL Michelle McKinley, Nursing, Decatur, IL Lauri McLaren, Elementary Education, Naperville, IL Amy McLaughlin, Accounting, Jacksonville, IL Mark McNamer, Bus. Administration, Crystal Lake, IL Charles L. Miller, Elwin, IL Rod Mills, Bus. Administration, Decatur, IL Monica Milner, Communications, Indianola, IA Rozbeh Missaghi, Industrial Engineering, Decatur, IL Shahrokh Missaghi, Engineering Melissa Morris, Biology, Richmond, IL Jeff Nelson, Industrial Engineering, Mt. Prospect, IL Tina Noland, Business Data Processing, Blue Mound, IL 36 Seniors J ■ WALKER DESK • Mary Ann Nold, Accounting French, Freeburg. II Mary O ' Connor, Biology, Decatur. IL Glenda Oliver, Math Secondary Education, Mt. Zion. IL Linda Olsen. English. Des Plaines, IL Donna Palmieri. Biology Chemistry. Spring Valley. IL Gerard Panfil. Accounting. Tinley Park. IL Paul Paustian. Industrial Engineering. Moline. IL Ron Payne. Marketing. Buffalo, IL Suzi Pearman. Nursing. Paris. IL Lora Pearson, Marketing, Upland, IN Jim Perryman, Pittsburgh, PA Daniel Pierce, Music Education, Decatur, IL Sheri Rarick, Nursing, Moweaqua, IL Stacy Reddy, Theatre, Mundelein, IL David Reeble, Marketing, Belleville, IL Nancy Rhoads, Marketing, Pleasant Plains, IL Maria Robinson, Elementary Education, Decatur, IL Joni Rosenow, Chemistry, Woodstock, IL Katherine Rucker, Business Administration, Dallas, TX Sandra Russell, Industrial Engineering, Northbrook, IL Kristine Salman, Art Management, McHenry, IL Jeffrey Santos, Industrial Engineering, Lemont, IL Jean Ann Schafer, Nursing, Liberty, IL Sandy Schmid, Nursing, Georgetown, IL 38 Seniors Ion Schmidt, Accounting, Ml. ion. II Mitchcl Schucsslcr, Religion, Decatur, 1 1 Janice Selby, Accounting, Decatur, Karen Selby, Nursing, Decatur, I.. Andrcv. Scnsenig. Data Processing, Decatur. II. Robin Shasteen, L ; lcmentar Hducation, Sulliv an. 1 1 . Leslie Sheppard. Accounting. Decatur. II. Cindy Slabosz. Art Management. Cape Coral, FL Robert L. Smith. Biology Chemistry, Atwood. IL Seniors 39 Vicki Southern, Psychology, Sullivan, IL Angie Sphar, Accounting, Decatur, IL Dale Spires, Biology Chemistry, Macon, IL Kathryn Springer, Music Education, Lake Bluff, IL Charles Stine, Business Administration, Decatur, IL Karen Stone, Nursing, New Holland, IL Maryellen Strawniak, Psychology, Norridge, IL Ann Strieker, Nursing, Quincy, IL Jon Sweat, Industrial Management, Marengo, IL Ginger Tarn, Music Business, Wilmette, IL David Throne, Welding Engineering, Granite City, IL Jack Toepfer, Welding Engineering, Haugen, WI Gregory Tothero, Industrial Engineering, Decatur, IL Brian Townsend, Industrial Engineering, Mt. Zion, IL Brenda Urfer, Marketing, Western Springs, IL 40 Seniors Diane Voss, Nursing, Napervil Janice Waggoner, Personnel Managcmenl . ( iodfrey, 1 1 . Sharon Wahl, Nursing. Dccali Diane Walker, Nursing, Mt. Zion. II. Deborah Ward. Business Administration Data Processing. Northridge. IL Carol Weinrich. Art, Alton, IL Mark Weiss, Business Data Processing Bus. Administration. Westmont, IL Sharon Weller, Medical Technology Decatur, IL Debra Wentz, Bio Physical Therapy, Rolling Meadows. IL Jeffrey Whitaker. Finance. Moro. IL Janine Wiegard, Communications, Mt. Zion. IL Lindsay Wright. Pol. Science Pre- Law. Morton. IL Bonnie Yedinak. Business Administration. Streator. IL Seniors 41 Bonnie Hiller Thomas Hills Brenda Hogan Debbie Holeman-Shipp Tim Hooker Janice Johnson Jennifer Johnson Jill Johnson Lyle Junge Judi Kincaid Melissa Kirkland Mary Ann Koonce Autumn Kraus Ruth Kuykendall Mary Jo Lamb Mark Lee Gary Long Lori Lunik Lori Mangold Paul Marquardt Jami Mason Douglas Mathias Surelda McCloy Kevin McDonald 44 Juniors Karen McDonnell Dan Mel Charles Miller Corrine Miller Janel M Miller Janet S. Miller Jill Miller Bill Morris Catherine Murray Claudette Naialini John Nell Patricia Nugent James O ' Malley Elizabeth Owens Cindy Parker Joel Parks Lori Payne Guy Pearson Teri Periman Tina Pflasterer Caroline Pilapil Sandra Porter Maria Potje Jud Powers Juniors 45 Michael Quaid Charles Rau Carol Redford Bobbi Jo Reed Carol Reedy Debbie Refine Lynne Remack Robin Richards Tina Rodmaker Doris Ruppel Rodney Sanders Joseph Sands Janet Saum Julie Saum Robert Schrank Terry Schumacher Katherine Sciackitano Alan Sheriff Mark Shook Carol Smith Pamela Smith David Snyder Patti Sromek Joy Stanton 46 Juniors Judy Slark Steve Steele Cheryl Slerenberg Cheryl Stinc Susan Strcmming John Sturgill Susan Taylor Laura Thompson Kathryn Trask Michelle Twitchcll David Via Ruth Vittitoc Alisa Wallace Darryl Walton Yvonne Washington Deb Weber Anne Westcot Sheri Whitley Nancy Wilkins Jud Winkler Jim Woodrum Eileen Yada Nancee Young Juniors 4 Denise Arjmand Chalice Bailey Barbara Baldwin Bill Beaman Kathy Beckman Lisa Behrens Laura Bembenek Dave Bencko William Bercaw Jeff Bonnett Julie Bowen Bernadette Bowie Janet Bracken Scott Bradtke Carla Bravin Laurey Briscoe Jean Brooks Lisa Brown Sherri Call Shelby Casey 48 Sophomores Teresa Chapman ' (cm Lynnc ( happell Joyce Chcsnui Gen ( lark Jeff Clow Mark Cogliancse Catherine Cook Amy Cordes Brian Courtne Greg Crull Russ Cutlip Carolvn Cuuill Marvelon Dampeer Darla Dandro Stephanie Dautzenberg L nn Degenhardt Mary Delaite Janice DeMars Karla Dittmar Kevin Dovle Elaine Ehrich Kari Ekeskos Nancy Fendle Anne Ferauson Sophomores 49 J. Timothy Ferry Bethany Fisher Mike Flanagan Thomas Furio Cheryl Ganley Mark Gardner T. Mark Garoufalis Joelle Germano Robert Godsil Robert Grady Suellen Grimshaw Paula Grotheer Rick Grove Bryan Hammonds Terri Harrington Pam Hartke Sharon Hayden Marica Heagy Claire Heidbrink Denise Hendrickson Becky Hewitt Gregory Hines Anne Hooker Patty Hornbeck 50 Sophomores Lori Kerans Susan Kesl Tina Kessing Kirk Kettelkamp Pamela Kirchoff Jeff Klinck Cindy Knight Bret Kooi Jana Kramme Steve Kuegler Mary Kuenstler John Labedz Charles Larkin Jr. Roderick Lewis John Lutostanski Thomas Madden Michele Maddox Cynthia Main Lori Maserati Howell McClenson III Richard Meehan Richelle Meischner Michael Meland David Miller 52 Sophomores V EES Melissa Sallee Scott Sarran Thomas Schenck Lincoln R. Schneider Mary Beth Schurman Robin Sculerati Deborah Shanahan Stacy Shanks Ann E. Shumate Robert Simonds Tricia Smith Eric Sorensen Angie Sparks Jeff Stollard Mary Sweeney Susan Szabo Dianne Tanking Davi Thiele Janet Tindell Danda Tish Lisa Anderson Trena Arends Karen Armour Kevin Avery Martin Bacler Melody Baggech Suzanne Baker David Basso Kurt Beals Laurie Becker Peggy Bernhardt Lisa BesGrove Brian Bond Kimberly Bond Cindy Booth Brad Breneman Douglas Bretschneider Craig Bridgeman David Bullis Ron Bumgardner 56 Freshmen Jeff Dolan Renee Donnell George Drakos Dawn Edwards Beth Ehlert Joyce Elder Doug Evack Gayle Fallen Becki Feeney Sabrina Fox Connie Fritsch John Fry Dianne Garms David Giertz Richard Glasser Tonyan Goin Mary Gordy Bruce Gottermeyer Lori Gower Teresa Grampp Freshmen Andy Mrowiec Melissa Murdock Corletta Murray David Nelson Thomas Neville Lori Nowlin Kelly O ' Byrne Cathy O ' Dea Kelley Oathout Mary Otrembiak Philip Parker Karen Paul Shellie Peasley Frank Perryman Erin Peters Jodi Peterson Royce Phillips Kari Pierce Anja Pinkpank Portia Pittman John Plummer William Poindextcr David Price Lennet Primmer 62 Freshmen Laura Sleade Carol Smith Eric Smith Holly Spencer Paul Stephens Jim Stevens Curt Stiner Michael Sullivan Nancy Tanabe Patricia Tarbell Celia Thompson Dana Thompson Daphne Thomas Linda Torkelson Terri Traughber Karen Turnbull Thomas Wells Loretta Williamson Lee Winkleblack Daniel Wortman Connie Young John Zelman Lynn Zika 64 Freshmen Impressions Impressions 1 INT I am Impressions - This given knowledge is not only eontribut- Impressions of knowledge given to students ed in the classroom but also in after clas.- by faculty and staff — faculty which can be explanations, quick conferences in the hall, more than instructors but also advisors and and other informal settings. Some impres- friends. sions will be forgotten nov% but remembered later. Impressions 67 J. Roger Miller — President 68 Faculty Financial Aid I eft Greg Miller Right — Michael Pope Student Development Staff O! Si Seated — Elizab abeth Hill. Laura Cornille. Dan Palmer. Leann Larrabee. Standing - Jim Hinze. Jan Devorc, Don Lu . Joseph Houston. Terr Myers. Facultv 69 Ed Acheson, Chemistry Dr. Arvid Adell, Philosophy Jack Allen, Dean of Admissions William Anderson, Biology Dr. John Askill, Physics Virginia Aukamp, Nursing Dr. Neil Baird, Biology- Denny Benner, Engineering Susan Bobek, Nursing 70 Faculty Dr. William Bodamer, Religion James Browne. Business Joseph Cleary. Chemistry Deborah Bosley, English Thomas Butler. Library Dr. Larry Crislor. Behavioral Science Michael Broughton. Controller Merle Chapman. Physical Education Dr. Ralph Czerwinski, Mathematics Faculty 7 1 Dr. Richard Decker, Provost Dr. Richard Ferry, Education Dr. Delbert Frieson, Physics Dr. Stephen Dodge. History Dr. Gordan Forbes, Behavorial Sciences Jack Gaston, Marketing Dr. William Ferris, Foreign Languages Virginia Frank, Library Dr. Ronald Gregory, Music 72 Facultj 74 Faculty Facukv 75 Mark Neville, Advancement Judy Otto. Nursing Dr. David Payne, Psychology Isabel Norton, Nursing Dr. Richard Pacholski, English Joe Ramsey. Physical Education Linda O ' Connor, University Relations Dr. Carol Paul-Merritt, Foreign Gerald Redford, Dean, Arts Sciences Languages 76 Faculty Facult} Reggie Syrcle, University Relations Dr. Lee Tichenor, Biology Dr. Wesley Tower, Dean, Music Ronald Ulmer, Business Daniel Viele, Business Peggy Voisin. Physical Education Kim Walker, Communications Dr. James Watson. Business Dr. Lynn Wescot, Nursing 78 Faculty Dr. Steven Whilhite, Psychology Ted Wolter, Art William Ya Deau, Music Facuh} 7 9 80 Faculty Faculty 8 1 H2 Faculty Faculty 83 S4 Interests Interests I am Interests — An interest shown in orga- I sometimes become very group oriented. 1 nizations, and while 1 call myself an indi- seem to need its support, the feeling of be- vidual, here I find identity in the group. As longing. And as I grow older my interests a Greek, or an Independent, as a member of change, as does m beliefs, my opinions. m ] a club (of which there are many) or maybe being, just a class. Interests S5 Alpha Kappa Psi is the national fraternity for students enrolled in the Tabor School of Business and Engineering. Membership is open to those students who have 12 hours credit and have maintained a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average. This orga- nization compliments class work through professional meetings, industrial tours and other programs. Alpha Kappa Psi Row one: Linda Harve, Carol Redford, Bonnie Yedinak, Kathryn Trask, Kathie Sciackitano. Row two: Lyn Degenhardt. Darla Dandro. Carrie Hug, Leslie Sheppard Ja- net M.ller. Lynne Remack, Patti Sromek. Row three: Steve Steele, Scott Bradtke, Kathleen Curry. Michelle Twitchell. Nancy Wilkins, Beth Hornecker Kelley Allen Row lour: Dave Dixon, Jerry Panfil, Craig Hayden, Laurie Gross, Mark Shook, Rhonda Bacci, Ralph Lauren. 86 Interests American Society for Personnel Administration The Millikin chapter contributes to the de- velopment and maintenance of professional standards and competence of students plan- ning to enter human resource management careers. The members include Tim Hooker. Doug Callison. Jill Christensen. Debbie Fields, Monica Milner. Janice Waggoner. Marc Knowles. Chris Lindstrom. Roscoe Boykin, Eric Sorenscn. Physical Therapy Association The Physical Therapy Association offers its members field trips, guest speakers, discussions and exposes P.T. students to their chosen fields. The members are. Row one: Cathy Cashmer. Laurie Beringer, Melissa Greene. Terri Chappel. Row two: Caroline Howard, Karin Paul, Judi Kincaid, Robin Harman, Connie Fritsch. Rhonda Ray. Row three: Suzanne New. Mary Otrenbeck, Sharon Hayden. Jeanna Guthrie, Nancy Tanabe, Chris Magallanes. Bernadette Bowie. Row four: Suzanne Baker, Peggy McCann, Todd Thorsen, Dr. Neil Baird. Sandy Jack, and Cathy Cummins. Interests 87 International Club The International Club is a fairly new orga- nization on campus. The group consists of students from foreign countries and from out of state. The club plans fund raisers and the money raised goes to those in the club who may need financial help. The Interna- tional Club also has dinners for themselves in which they each prepare a dish represen- tative of their country or section of the U.S. The group ' s members are, from left to right, Karen Turnbull, Mireya Orska, Ra- cheal Isaac, Darla Dandro, Denise Hen- drickson, and Patricia Zaldombide. Not pictured are Judy Canero, Francis Offiong and Ludwig Johansen. Commuter Club Behavioral Sciences Club The Behavioral Sciences Club is composed mainly of anyone with a Psychology or So- ciology major or minor. The group plans activities, such as field trips to Adolf Mier, so that those in the behavioral sciences field can get together to share in common inter- ests. The group ' s members, from left to right are: Row 1: Kelly Funk, Jennifer Johnson, Susan Szabo, Maryellen Straw- niak, Theresa Broeker. Row 2: Henry Gro- moll, Tammy Bakakos, Racheal Isaac, Re- nee Donnell, Debbi Ruland, and David Payne. The Commuter Club is designed to get commuters involved on campus. The group has done such things as gone ice skating and also went water skiing this past summer. They also participated in Homecoming this year. The Club ' s members are Row 1: Ann Owens, Elizabeth Hill, Leslie Sheppard, Janet Miller, Dee Lyn Batty. Row 2: Kay Martin, Faith Delatte. 88 Interests Communication in Action ( oinmunicalion In Action is probably one of Millikin ' s newest groups. I lie club is presently composed ol ( ommunication ma- jors and minors but membership is open to all lull time students. ( IA purpose is to further students interest in communication, its effectiveness during college years and its use in professions. While CIA is presently only a local group, plans are to become af- filiated with a national organi ation with the same goals. Meetings are run b the co- chairpeople of the group Robin f u 1 k and Claire Williams. The group ' s members from the left are row I : Lisa Bierman. Kim Walker, row 2: Stephanie Daut enburg. Laurel Morris, Claire Williams, Robin Lulk, row 3: Patti Murphy, Lea Ann Mac- Gilvray, Lori Lunik, Dan Clark, row 4: Caroline Edwards, Faith Delatte, Janine Wiegard, Monica Milner, row 5: Gail Hud- son, Tim Evans, Doug Williams. John Gorsky. Advancement in Computing This group promotes student interest in all aspects of computing and computers. The group ' s members include, from left to right: Lindsay Wright, Harold Kahn. Jon West- cot, and Deb Refine. Interests 89 University Center Board The University Center Board is an organi- zation which plans and provides entertain- ment for the students. Some of the activities they sponsor include movies, dances, live bands, tournaments and a fashion show. In addition, a ski trip during Winter Term and a trip to Florida during Spring break are organized. Membership in U.C.B. is open to any interested Millikin student. The officers this year are: President — Ju- lie Saum; Vice President — Jeff Viemont; Secretary — Julie Bowen; Treasurer — Beth Hornecker. Chairpersons of the various committees are: Films — Dave Caylor; Social — Brad Rademaker; Travel — Kim Withrow; Pub- licity — Shelley Long; Recreation — Su- san Krell; Special Events — Gail Kleeberg. Row 1: Barb Bi cr, Laurie Maclead, Laurie Gross, Rhonda Bacci, Bobbi Reed, Anne Hooker, Brad Rademaker, Kelly Funk; Row 2: Rebecca Slade, Carol Weinrich, Sandy Cristy, Dan Clark, Carol Redford, Janet Saum, Jeff Viemont, Julie Saum, Elizabeth Hill (advisor), Dan Palmer (assistant advisor), Melissa Morris; Row 3: Nancy Fendlcy, Kim Withrow, Pat Murphy, Gail Kleeberg, Kathryn Trask, Susan Krell, Darla Dandro, Robin Harman, Terri Harrington, Kathie Sciackitano, Jill Johnson, Kelley Allen, Julie Bowen, Sheri Whitley; Row 4: Diane Warren, Lori Mangold, David Caylor, Judy Conklin, Beth Hornecker, Dawn Sanner, Richelle Meischner. 90 Interests Row 1 : Michael Golden, Mike Flanagan; Row 2: Bohdonna Strawniak, Cathi Murray, Joyce Elder, Sabrina Fox, Tina Guerrero, Sandy Jack, Susan Johnson; Row 3: Brian Etter. Leann Larrabee (advisor), Carol Clark, Steve Steele, Beth Witt, Guy Pearson, Cindy Knight, Racheal Isaac, Joe Landon; Row 4: Beth Hornecker. Terri Harrington. Theresa Donovan, Jim Trimberger, Andy Verdooren, Mike Lindenmeyer, Shelby Casey, Denise Arjmand, Rod Logan, Cheryl Kristofek. Not pictured: Curt Grant. Residence Hall Council The Residence Hall Council is an organiza- tion which promotes unity between the stu- dents who live in the resident halls and acts as a liason between the administration and residents. One needs only to live in a resi- dent hall to be a member. The activities sponsored by R.H.C. allow students the chance to meet new people and participate in events with other students. Some of the activities include the Teeter-totter Mara- thon, Candy grams. Spring Day and For- mal. The Millikin R.H.C. is a member of a national reisdent hall program, which gives them access to information from schools nation-wide. Three conferences are held each year to benefit students through pro- grams on, for example, leadership, commit- tee organization and activity planning. Elected by the student body every second semester, the officers are: President - Amy Ball; Vice President — Terri Har- rington; Treasurer — Jim Trimberger: Sec- retary — Carol Clark; and National Com- munication Coordinator — Cathi Murray. Interests 91 Row 1 Faith Delatte, Maria Gonzalez, Karin Paul, Sue Gustafson, Lisa Conrath; Row 2: Bernadette Bowie, Dee Dee Chapman, Dee Lyn Batty, Andrea Dolejs, Christensen, Brian Bond; Row 3: Laura Thompson, Suellen Grimshaw, Joe Sands, Jean Newburn, Beth Klietz; Row 4: Jan Devore, Lynne Remack, Tim Hooker, Art G zalez, Jeff Stollard, Jean Brooks, Tina Rodmaker, Rhonda Bacci, John Zelman, Michael Johnson, Caroline Edwards, Brian Lazarz, Pat Shinville. Student Senate The Student Senate is an organization of full-time students who formulate and voice student opinions regarding all university policies. They help keep students aware of issues that affect them by sponsoring pro- grams on different topics and doing pro- jects in the student interest. Th is year they co-sponsored the visit to campus of Senator Dodd and Dick Durbin, invited a represen- tative from the Police Department to speak about self-defense and how to be safe and sold Whistle Stops to promote student safe- ty. Other functions of the Student Senate include the allocation of money to groups who want to sponsor or do things beneficial to the students and the election of students to standing Millikin committees. The offi- cers are: President — Andrea Dolejs; Vice President — Dee Dee Chapman; Treasurer — Joe Sands; Secretary — Dee Lyn Batty and Publicity Director — Jill Christensen. 92 Interests Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is a relatively new orga- nization to the Millikin campus. After dis- assembling in 1963, it was re-chartered in November 1982 and the first pledge class was act ivated. A. P.O. is a co-ed National Service Fraternity with the main objectives of developing leadership, promoting friend- ship and providing services to the campus, community, nation and its members. They have supported and aided many campus ac- tivities, such as the Teeter-totter Mara- thon, the Homecoming festivities, the Red Cross Blood Drive and the Alumni and Par- ent Relations telethon. Projects in the De- catur community have included an adopt-a grandparent program at a nursing home and assistance to a local group in conduct- ing surveys of businesses to determine how accessible their facilities are to the handi- capped. The Officers arc President Jeff Kapp; 1st V. P. of Service Cindy Knight: 2nd V.P. of Membership Davi " I hide: 3rd V.P. of Communications Rachel Ncwsome; Secretary Mar Kuenstler; Treasurer Carrie Hug: Fellowship Chairman — Patty Nugent; Historian Tricia Smith; Sergeant-at-Arms Ron Price. Row 1 ■ Kathv Beckman, Nancy Tanabe. Debbie Refine. Cindy Zywicki. Paula Grotheer; Row 2: Carrie Hug. Cheryl Sternberg. Suzanne New Chalice Bade) Pam Hartke. Mary Kuenstler; Row 3: Jana Kramme, Racheal Isaac, Darla Dandro, Rachel Newsome, Judy Carnero, Susan Young. Row 4: Cindy Knight Chris Magallanes. Beth Hornecker, Loretta Williamson, Laura Bembenek. Sue Stremming. Elisabeth Hutchison. Davi Thiele, Debbie Shanahan. Tncia Smith. Mike W h.tford; Row 5: Ron Price, Tim Busey, Patty Nugent, Steve New. Interests 9? Millikin Alumni Student Hosts The Millikin Alumni Student Hosts are an organization of students whose main func- tion is to welcome and provide assistance for the alumni returning to campus for Homecoming and Alumni Weekend. Mem- bers are first nominated by two students who are a part of the Alumni Association. The entire Alumni Association then votes on the nominees for membership, which re- quires a unanimous decision. The chairper- son for M.A.S.H. is Peg Luy. Orientation Committee The Orientation Committee was estab- lished in 1 970 by Elizabeth Hill to assist the new student in his her orientation to the Millikin University community. Members must be full-time students and have a good academic standing in order to be selected by Student Senate to represent the Sopho- more-Senior classes. They sponsor activi- ties in the fall and winter which include Freshman Camp and Orientation Lun- cheons. Co-Chairpersons for this year are Dave Dixon and Debbie Ward. Row 1: Lori Mangold, Kim Clark, Marcy Dutton, Bonnie Yedinak, Carol Weinrich, Julie Warkins, Lisa Mannweiler, Melodie Ahrens, Tara Harvel, Rod Lewis; Row 2: Dave Dixon, Scott Sober, Charles Miller, Scott Sarran, Jeff Whitaker, Greg Deppe, Elaine Ehrich. Not pictured: Steve Killpatrick, Jodi Leonard. Row 1: Deb Ward, Terry Myers, Don Meier, Lynn Degenhardt; Row 2: Dave Dixon. 4 Interests Convocations ( onvocations is an organization whose pur- pose is to offer diversified, cultural pro- grams of renowned speakers at a redueed rate. After petitioning for a position on a committee, a member needs on 1 to have an interest in the arts and be willing to spend the time to schedule and advertise for events. There are four to five programs a year scheduled in advance and one or two scheduled throughout the present year. The officers are Chairman Carol Baulos and Secretary — Mary Jo Block. Row 1: Jon O ' Guinn, Peg Maish, Susan Kesl, Jean Schafer; Row 2: Charles Larkin, Mary Jo Block, Mr. Peter Fosselman, Carol Baulos, Lori Nielsen. The Homecoming Committee begins planning in the Spring of the previous year for the week of festivities that take place in the fall. Part of those plans include iniviting alumni back to see the changes in the university and to meet the students. Members must petition for a desired position and be interviewed by a committee composed of Student Development and Alumni staffs and some students. General Co-Chairs were Carol Weinrich and Steve Killpatrick. The members are Row 1: Rhonda Bacci. Janet Saum, Lori Grana: Row 2: Gari Benz. Tom Kras. Sandy Cristy. Carol Weinrich. Laurie Gross, Cynthia Hartz. Carol Redford: Row 3: Steve Killpatrick. Bob Hosier, Steve McFarland. Guy Pearson. Dan Clark. Leslie Sheppard. Interests 95 Sigma Zeta Sigma Zeta is a national honorary society limited to outstanding students of math- ematics and science. Members must pre- sent a paper on some phase of science and maintain a 2.75 cumulative average with a 3.0 average in science courses. Members are (left to right) Dr. Baird, adviser; Cyn- thia Hartz; Dale Spires; Christa Hinton; Mary Lynn O ' Connor; Joni Rosenow. Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta is a national honor society for English majors and minors. This society provides an opportunity to engage in thought-stimulating activities with stu- dents and faculty members, and encourages scholarship in English. Past activities have included poetry readings, and a Shake- speare film festival. Any English major or minor with a 3.0 average is considered for membership, which is by invitation only. Members are (left to right) Laura Thomp- son, Secretary; Tom Frazier, Vice Presi- dent; Marica Heagy; Pat Andriano; Mary Malavolti, President; and Greg Boylson, Treasurer. 96 Interests Omicron Delta Kappa This national leadership honorary society major areas: scholarship, athletics; social, recognizes leadership of exceptional quality service and religious activi ties and campu i and versatility. Membership, selected from government; journalism, speech, and mass the junior and senior classes, is based on media; and creative and performing arts outstanding achievement in at least 2 of 5 Members are: Row 1: Dr. Charles E. Hale, Elizabeth F. Hill, Terry L. Meyers; Row 2: Jean Schafer, Sheila Jesek; Row 3: James Lamar, Craig Hayden, Jerry Panfil, Daniel Callahan, and David Dixon. Phi Kappa Phi Phi Kappa Phi is a national collegiate honor society. Membership in this organization is limited to second semester juniors who have maintained an overall average of 3.5 or more and are in the upper 5% of their class, and seniors who have maintained a cumulative average of at least 3.25 and are in the upper one-eighth of the graduating class. Members are: Row 1: Russel Tiede, J. Olson, R. Ferry; Row 2: Mary Malavolti. Kathy Springer; Row 3: James Watson, K. LaRowe. Dave Dixon, Gerald Redford, Wavne Krows. Interests 9 Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota is the national profes- sional music fraternity for women who have completed course work toward a music ma- jor or related minor, and maintain a 2.7 average. The members sponsor a get-to- gether for music faculty and students, and hold an annual Music Marathon, which provides contributions to the SAI philan- thropies. In turn, the philanthropies include projects to aid needy and handicapped mu- sicians. Members are: Row 1; Jill Miller, Melinda Pitt Row 2; Karen Stewart, Kathy Springer, Mary Delatte Row 3; Mary Jo Block, Jo Ellyn Cordes, Claire Heidbrink, Amy Macy Row 4; Maria Potje, Catherine Cook, Susan Greene, Peg Maish Not pic- tured; Rhonda Bacci. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Members are: Row 1 ; John Fry, Kurt Beals, Jeff Steinheimer, Steve Voris Row 2; Curtis Jackson, Dan Pierce, Jeff Radke, Jon O ' Guinn, Dave Roman Row 3; David Kosar, Thomas Schenck, Lyle Junge, and Martin Bader. Phi Mu Alpha is a national organization of male students who have selected music as a profession, or are otherwise engaged in the advancement of music in the community. The group aims to fur- ther the cause of music in America while aiding students of music and giving loyalty to the school. Phi Mu Alpha gives an annual concert, and students elected to membership must have a 2.0 aver- age to be inititated. 98 Interests W J M U WJMU Staff members include: Row 1 — Mr. Hoss, Donald D.J. Johnson, Nancy J, Mary O. Clare W, Lisa B. Kevin Ballington. John Labedz. Marvelous. Row 2 — Tim Evans, Kim Walker, Bryan Marshall, Bob Godsil, Faith Delatte, Monica Milner, Freda-Foxy Brown-Rawls. Michael-Boat Head-Johnson, Judy Conklin, Joyce Chesnut, Dawn Edwards. Not Pictured: G-man and Suzi Hamilton. Interests 99 Theological Society The Theological Society is a group of Milli- kin students that discusses, debates and de- liberates on questions of theology and pro- vides a supportive atmosphere for the investigation of varying theologies. The group also sponsors guest speakers. Campus Christian Fellowship About ten years ago, a handful of Millikin students felt a need to Fellowship (CCF) began. The only qualification for CCF is the desire by CCF during the year are concerts, bake- sales, picnics, sponsoring of foreign stu- dents, and other activities. CCF officers are: President Shelly Bale; Vice President Doris Ruppel; Secretary Shawna Dawson; Treasurer Chris Nuelle; and Advisor Dr. Richard Ferry. William Bodamer, Levi McCleadon, Jim Link, Harold Kahn, Dr. Edward Yonan. 100 Interests Row one: Vice President Maria Gonzalez, President Anne Ineich, Treasurer Mike Flanagan. Row two: Mary Malavolt, Cindy Kojder. three: Chris Vela, Jim O ' Malley, Ron Price, Dennis Whalen, Art Gonzalez, Tim Hooker, Rev. John Carberry, Chaplain. Newman Club The Newman Club is a group of concerned catholic students who formed to meet and discuss and relate their daily lives to their faith and beliefs. Newman Club officers are: President Anne Ineich; Vice President Maria Gonzalez; and Treasurer Mike Flana- gan. Interests 101 Kappa Sigma Stardusters The Kappa Sigma Stardusters support the men of Kappa Sigma. The Stardusters ' ac- tivities throughout the year include break- fasts, holiday and other theme related ex- changes, also assisting with men ' s and women ' s rush. Jayne Balko, Norridge, was Chapter Sweetheart for 1982-3. Row 1: Laurie Koch, Terri Kristsas, Anne Fischer, Dena Kareotes; Row 2: Barbie Abbott, Patti Sromek, Lori Grana, Andrea Dolejs, Melissa Morris; Row 3: Corrine Miller, Connie Evans, Melissa Kirkland, Jayne Balko, Jennifer Johnson, Sherry Ashcraft 102 Interests Delta Sigma Little Sisters Row 1 : Kelly Biscomb, Becky Husemoller, Anne Ineich, Phillip Gonzales, Terri Chappell, Julie Werdin, Kari Edeskog; Row 2: Richelle Meischner, Diane Warren, Lori Mangold, Heidi Kaiser, Sheri Kaiser, Jodi Leonard, Lisa Pacholski; Row 3: Bonnie Yedinak, Rith Kuykendall, MerryBeth Olah, Cindy Main, Autumn Kraus The Delta Sigma Phi Little Sisters support the men of Delta Sigma in both campus and community related events. Perspective Little Sis- ters must go through rush and be voted on. Officers of the organization are President — Autumn Kraus; Vice-Pres. Anne Ineich. Secretary — Kelly Biscomb; Treas. — Diane Warren; Pledge Trainer — Gine Mueller; Historian — Jodi Leonard. Chapter Sweetheart of Delta Sigma Phi — Sheri Kaiser TKE Sweethearts The TKE Sweethearts support the fraterni- ty in campus and community relations. The Sweethearts help the fraternity with their fund raisers — St. Jude ' s Children ' s Hosp. each year, walkout, and assist at rush. Offi- cers are; Pres. Barb Bizer. Treasurer — Karen Stone. Social Chairmen — Julie Goeke and Carol Reedy. Row 1: Sharon Broodsbank. Debbie Fields. Susie Hamilton Row 2: Jill Augustine. Barb Bizer. Gail Brown. Susan Kesl. Carol Reedy Row 3: Holly Spen- cer. Leslie Havens. Cathy Ontiveros. Row 3: Tammy Bakakos, Julie Goeke. Not Pictured Jeff Arp (Sweet- heart Chairman), Sue Donovan, Karen Stone. Kelly Bradlev. 103 Black Emphasis Association i i i This group was formed for the purpose of fostering black culture and sharing it with the Millikin and Decatur community. The members strive for the unity and sharing of their ideas and heritage by pursuing black education and culture enrichment, orienting black students to the area, protecting black students from discrimination, serving the black Decatur com- munity and observing black holidays. The members are: Row 1 — C. Palmer, D. Thomas, B. Bowie, Y. Washington, D. Hendrickson. Row 2 — P. Pittman, K. Lewis, M. Gilmore. Row 3 — G. Goodrich, S. Porter, M. Maddox. K. Curtis, R. Isaac. Row 4 — C. Jackson, J. White, G. Hines. Environmental Affairs Council The Environmental Affairs Council is a group of Millikin students and faculty who share a concern for improving the environment. They serve not only Millikin. but also the community of Decatur. The council sponsors many projects, including recycling drives and Earth Week which is held in the spring at Millikin. Members include: Row 1 : B. Bowie, N. Tanabe, M. O ' Connor. Row 2: L. Tichenor, D. Campbell A. Overton, N. Jermolowicz, C. Magallanes, A. Sphar. 104 Interests Hospitality Corps Row 1: Greg Deppe, Peggy Bernhardt. Janet Saum, Julie Warkins, Lisa Pirtle, Julie Saum. Row 2: Jeff Arp. Kim Clark. Judi Kincaid. Terri Harrington, Jill Christensen, Michelle Twitchell, Pat Durley, Marty Heller, Mike Quaid, Lauren Wallace. Row 3: Dan Clark, Scott Sober. Ed Walker, Tim Bromley, Sherri Whitley, Tara Harvel, Charlie Miller. The Corps is comprised of Outstanding stu- dents selected by the Office of Student De- velopment to assist as University hosts, par- ticularly during summer registration and orientation. Parents Day, Homecoming and other events where many guests are on campus. These selected students are to extend infor- mation about the University and its poli- cies, and also have the responsibility of making each guest feel a welcome addition to the MiHikin community. Interests 105 Millidek The job of putting a yearbook together is long and difficult task that requires hard work and dedication from each member of the staff. Each year the staff tries to cap- ture the year ' s events and bind them into one book that the entire Millikin communi- ty can be proud of. This year is no exception and once again the Millidek staff has pro- duced a book that all faculty, staff, and students can be proud of. Members of the Millidek staff: Row one: Kristi Rafferty, Shellie Peasley, Laurie Gower, John Fry, Mark Kern. Row two: Wendy Holtz, Brian Bond, Rachel Isaac, Curt Stiner, Mary Risdon. Row three: Nancy Fendley, Shelby Casey, Cheryl Kristofek, Sue Stremming, Renee Donnell, Kim Crawford. Row four: Vicki Moline, Co-editor Dan Clark, Co-editor Laura Bembenek, Sue Gustafson, Business Manager Paul Marquardt, Kathryn Trask, Sheri Whitely, Dawn Sanner, Jill Johnson, and Kathie Sciacktano. 106 Involvement American Welding Society The student chapter ol the America; Welding Society was founded here at Mill i- kin in 1 978. Members of AWS gam knowl- edge of metallurgy and fabricating pro- cesses through lectures, presentations and films. Members must be a part or full time Millikin student. The members included: Row one: David Krizka, David Throne. Sandra Russell, Steve Slavick (Chairman). Dr. William Lee William (Advisor). Row two: Bill Swanson (Treasurer), Scott Keele. Doug Burton (Vice Chairman), and Kevin Doyle. Student Education Association This organization is affliated with state and national professional groups, and draws its membership from students who are prepar- ing for a career in teaching. The members include: Row one: Jodi Leonard. Tom Foly. Susan Kesl, Faith Delatte. Theresa Dono- van. Row two: Jean Brooks, Nancee Young, Robin Shasteen. Carol Clark, and Tom Frazier. Involvement 107 A T O Little Sisters Row 1 ■ Michelle Moffett Nancy Rhoads, Tina Rodmaker, Angie Sparks. Row 2: Joy Burris. Chris Vance, Carol Redford, Catherine Morris. Lynn Kampert, Shelly Long. Row 3: Sally Deppe, Becky Hewitt, Kathie Sciack.tano, Terri Harrington. Row 4: Patty Hornbeck. Julie Schmalz. Russ Cuthp-Keeper, Chris Nuelle, Patt, Staublin, Michelle Twitchell. Shelby Casey, Sandy Cristy. As Alpha Tau Omega Little Sisters, these girls keep themselves very busy. They help the men of ATO in various ways — whether it is helping out in Rush, working on a house deck, or planning a cookout. Membership in the Little Sisters of the Maltese Cross is open to any female student at Millikin. Rush is held during the Spring Semester. I OX Interests More than $1,500 was raised for the Corn- belt Region of the American l.ung Associ- ation of Illinois in the annual Campus Chest fund drive March 12 and 13. Campus Chest events included three races and a Dancercisc for Life Marathon. Race distances were one mile, five kilometers and ten kilometers, with pri es and trophies awarded in four age groups. Local dance instructors taught dancercise sessions, with participants taking pledges for each minute of exercise. Terry Harrington, and Shelly Long were Co-Chairpersons for Campus Chest. Campus Chest Tcrri Harrington. Dan Clark. Shelby Casey. Interests 109 M E N C Music Educators National Conference is an organization devoted to the preparation of music teachers. Discussions and projects supplement the regular degree offerings in music education. M.E.N.C. is open to all music majors and it is of particular interest to music education majors. Row 1 : Cheryl Russell — V.P., Mary Delatte — Pres., Jim Harp. Row 2: Janet Tindell, Joelle Germano, Peggy Bernhardt. Millikin Pompons Left to Right: Janice Morgan, Crystal Cranford, Bonnie Siska, Patti Staublin, Sharon Gustavson, Claudette Natalini, Cindy Lowe, Beth Callarman. 110 Interests Macon Mistress Theresa Johnston, Anne Ineich, Bridget Lumma, Kathryn Trask, Shelby Casey, Chris Nuelle. Robin Harmon. Claudette Natalini. Row 2: Cindy Booth, Jill Christensen. Nancy Moses, Deb Weber, Jill Johnson, Kathie Sciackitano, Sheri Whitley, Sue Stremming, Lisa Currier, Tern Harrington. Caroline Edwards. Karen Paul. Janet Miller. Interests 1 1 1 Candids 113 Commercial Music Candids 1 1 5 Interaction 1 1 BIG BLUE SOFTBALL It k V:;: Row 1 : Jill Jackson, Peggy McCann, Diane Campbell, Karla Dittmar, Robin Sculerati, April Poole. Row 2: Carla Francoeur, Jackie Sarver, Dee Shively, Sue Stremming, Vicky Ingram, Tonda Logue, Jodi Foster, Beth Sutton. Row 3: Head Coach Bryce Boston, Assistant Coach Bill " Doc " Ferris, Michele Kuhlmann, Kim Schafer, Lisa Alex- ander, Michelle Manage, Lori Kerans, Assistant Coach Stu Lercher. The debut of women ' s intercollegiate soft- ball at Millikin was a success, with the team posting a 16-10 overall record. The team was hampered by early season rain, which postponed the team ' s first 14 games, and injuries also resulted in 7 play- ers sitting out with injuries that either de- layed or prevented re-entry into season ac- tion. The 22-member squad was composed of 14 freshmen, and the leading hurlers, Jackie Sarver and Dee Shively, were also fresh- men. One highlight of the season was the second place finish at the Monmouth tournament. Jodi Foster was MVP and captain for 1984. Vicky Ingram won the Best Bat Award, Michelle Mariage the Best Glove Award, and Dee Shively the Best E.R.A. Award. Lori Kerans and Sue Stremming were co- captains. 118 Women ' s Softball Millikin 8-6, Culver-Stockton 0-5 IL. College 6-0, Millikin 3-8 Millikin 6-0, McKendree 0-7 Millikin 8-6. IL, Wesleyan 1-2 Millikin 9-3. Eureka 4-5 Monmouth 1. Millikin 0 Millikin 5. Knox 2 Millikin 13. Iowa Wesleyan 5 Greenville 4-4. Millikin 1-0 Millikin 15. Blackburn 2 Millikin 5-21. MacMurray 2-1 McKendree 3-10. Millikin 1-6 Millikin 14-15. Maryville 0-10 North Central 5-12. Millikin 0-9 Women ' s Softball 119 Football The Millikin football team, under first year head coach Carl Poelker, posted an overall record of 5-3- 1 and a CCIW mark of 5-2-1, earning the team a respectable third place finish. Senior defensive back Jim Perryman, a standout at Millikin for the past 3 seasons, was named the Out- standing Defensive Player of the CCIW for the sec- ond straight year. He was also named to the All- Conference team at Defensive back and earned Millikin team honors as Most Valuable Player, Most Valuable Defensive Back, and as being one of this years team captains. Other All-Conference honors went to Defensive Lineman Chris Kennedy, Defensive Back Tim Tee- garden, Offensive Receiver Mark Knowles, and Punter Marty Stupek, who led the CCIW with a 39.4 average. This years team honors went to Offensive Lineman Mark Magro, Defensive Lineman Chris Kennedy, and Offensive Back Mark Knowles. With one winning season to his credit, Coach Poelker and next years returning lettermen are working towards another successful season here at Millikin. ■JJUl Left to Right, Carl Clendenon, Kent Kuhle, Tim Littrell, Tom Jensen, Ralph McQuiggan, Tim McShea, Doug Neibuhr, Gary Cook, and Carl Poelker. 120 Football Front row from left, Jodi Peterson, Vanessa Clemens, Robin Richards, Tamette Pierceall, Sue Stremming, Peggy Mack; Back row. Coach Peg Voisin, Brenda Hogan, Car- ol Smith, Lynn Zika, Lisa Lane, Jane Sperry, Brenda Winkeler, manager Dawn Sanner, tra iner Dana Thompson. Volleyball Senior hitter Lisa Lane was named MVP of the Millikin women ' s volleyball team that finished the season with a 15-13 record. Of the squad ' s 12 lettermen, 6 were freshmen. Co-captains were Lane and junior hitter Brenda Hogan. Lane led the team in spiking and serving percentages, and most spikes and spike kills. Other awards went to Vanessa Clem- ens, most improved; Tamette Pierceall, best server; Carol Smith, best hitter; Lynn Zika, best defensive player; Sue Stremming, best setter; and Brenda Winkeler, best blocker. Stremming was also named to the college division Academic Ail-American volleyball first team. Highlights of the season included second place finishes in both the Millikin and U. of Chicago invitationals, a third place finish in the George Williams Invitational, and a fourth place finish in the l.C.C. Invita- tional. Lisa Lane, Co-captain and MVP Brenda Hogan, Co-captain 122 Volleyball Volleyball 123 Cheerleaders Squeezing practice time in between pre- cious study hours, developing sore muscles, and yelling your heart out are all part of being a Millikin cheerleader. These girls follow the Big Blue teams through thick and thin, from game to game, helping to spark enthusiasm in the athletes and the fans. J.V. cheerleaders include: Top: Marita Labedz, Erin Peters, Terry Grampp, Barbie Wilkin. Bottom: Tonyan Goin, Billie Gobel, Cocoa Murray. 124 Cheerleaders The Varsity cheerleaders include: Top: Jill Johnson, Sharon Brooksbank, Carolyn Cuttill, Melodie Ahrens, Heidi Kaiser. Bottom: Bobbi Jo Reed, Jill Newman, Chris Vance, Jodi Leonard. Cheerleaders 125 Men ' s Cross Country The Men ' s Cross Country team had a promising season. They ended up with a 1-1 dual meet record, an 8th place finish in the CCIW Conference meet, and a 14th place finish in the NCAA Regional. Greg Cal- lingwood was selected as the team ' s captain and most valuable runner. He was also credited with having the best time, over a five mile course, in Millikin history. Col- lingwood, Scott Buckalew, and Ken Brown all received all-state honors in the Illinois State Small College meet. Senior Kent Burmingham was chosen as the team ' s most improved runner. MEET FINISH N.C.A.A. Regional 15th C.C.I.W. 8th Maryville Open 4th Illinois State Small College 3rd Greenville Invite 1st Greenville won I.W.U. lost S.I.U.-E. Invite 13th Front: Kirk Stiner, Kent Burmingham, Greg Collingwood, Ken Brown. Back: Scott Buckalew, Ron Walker, Rod Lewis, Tom Neville Above: Kent Burmingham Left: Ron Walker Women ' s Cross Country In its first year at Millikin the Women ' s Cross Country team has shown strong po- tential. Coach Don Luy feels that this wom- en ' s team has provided a solid base for fu- ture M.U. teams. Tonyan Goin and Michelle Malo received all-state honors in the Illinois State Small College meet. Lyn- da Olsen was chosen as the team ' s captain and freshman Tonyan Goin was chosen as the team ' s most valuable runner. The team hopes to have a promising second season next year. Coach Don Luy MEET FINISH N.C.A.A. Regional 48 T. Goin N.P. Open 6 T. Goin Maryville, Open 5 T. Goin Illinois State 15 T. Goin Small College 20 M. Malo N.P. Invite 7 T. Goin N.C. Invite. 4 Team S.I.U.-E. Invite 2 Team Lynda Olsen, Karan Mc Donnell, Lori Becker, Angie Sparks, Tonyan Goin, Michelle Malo Cross Country 127 WOMEN ' S TENNIS Front row, left to right: Suzanne Koonce, Becky Hays, Cari Hartnagel, Bohdonna Strawniak. Back row, left to right: Sharon Boyer, Anja Pinkpank, Coach Leslie Randle, Maria Schonert, Jill Greenslade, and Liz Jenkins. A disappointing won-lost record but steady improvement by an inexperienced team marked the women ' s tennis season. Coach Leslie Randle ' s team had a 3-7 record in dual matches, winning half of their last six matches. Sophomore Cari Hartnagel, who had a 6-4 record playing No. 1 singles, was named MVP for the team. Hartnagel and junior Becky Hays, who teamed at No. 1 doubles, were the only players with previous college experience. Hays post- ed a 4-6 singles mark, and senior Sharon Boyer had a 5-5 singles record. Hartnagel and Hays were two of seven letter winners for the team. Also lettering were Boyer, Jill Greenslade, Liz Jenkins, Suzanne Koonce, and Bohdonna Strawniak. 128 Women ' s Tennis Women ' s Tennis 129 BIG BLUE WRESTLING The wrestling team, coached by Dan Palm- er, finished the season with an 8-5 overall record, 5-5 in dual meets, and a 4th place finish in the conference. Lupe Coronado, who won the 126-pound class at the CCIW. Kevin Wolff, the 190- pound champion, helped MU to 4th place finish in the CCIW. Bret Kooi was runner- up in the 185-pound class, and Millikin got strong performances from Lance Burmeis- ter who finished 3rd in the 142 -pound class, and Terry Gardner who placed 4th in the heavyweight class. Coronado, a senior and team captian, won a match and lost two matches at the national meet, while Wolff lost his only match. MVP of the wrestling team was Bret Kooi, a sophomore who tied a school record for most victories, posting a 30-14 season re- cord. Most improved team member was senior Terry Gardner. Row 1 : Lance Burmeister, Keith Lewis, Eric Gurdian, Lupe Coronado. Row 2: Donny Robbins, Jeff Kerner, Joe Burke, Jim Lenz. Row 3: Kevin Wolff, Ter- ry Gardner, Bret Kooi, Coach Dan Palmer. 130 Wrestling M.U. SWIMMING DIVING 132 Swimming and Diving 1 1 1 illilL. HUIU03 ' C_ ISaMNNNfa MMIt " • -i " It was the first year for a women ' s team — they had a 1-3 record, and finished 5th in state for small colleges and in the Viking Olympics. The men were also 1-3, and fin- ished 4th in the CCIW meet. Jennifer Krimmel, MVP swimmer, quali- fied for NCAA nationals in 4 events, and finished 9th in the 200 backstroke to gain All-America status. She set 6 individual school records and was on 3 record-setting relay teams. Joni Rosenow, MVP diver, set 1 -meter board record; Robin Sculerati set 3 individual records and was on the 3 record- setting relay teams. Jodi Leonard set one record, and was co-captain along with Ro- senow. Rich DeGalan was the men ' s MVP and captain, and won 2nd in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke at the CCIW meet. Bob Czerwinski was named most improved and Tyson Reissfelder was recipient of the " Hurt, Pain and Agony " award. • ' U. urn Swimming and Diving 133 After starting out slow against a schedule of strong teams the women ' s basketball team posted a 13-10 record, winning 10 of its last 14 games. Besides regular season play, the team also participated in the Dial Classic in Miami, Florida. Junior guard Jodi Foster led the team in scoring, assists, field goal and free throw accuracy. Foster was named to the Kodak All-District team, to the N.C.C. all-tournament team, served as co-captain, and was named MVP. Second in scoring was senior Tami Sender, who was named AWSF third team Ail- American, and closed her college basketball career with 1,252 points, second on the all- time scoring list at Millikin. Sophomore Terri Jones led the team in rebounds (7.6 per game), followed by senior frontliner and co-captain Lisa Alexander (7.0 per game). Two freshman who finished the season on a promising note were Stacy McLaughlin, a forward who was third in rebounds (5.2 per game), and Tonda Logue, a guard, who averaged 6.7 points a game. Three seniors will be lost to graduation — Sender, Alexander, and Diane Voss, but a nucleus of a solid team remains for another competitive season of basketball. Millikin 104, MacMurray 22 Millikin 95, Culver-Stockton 92 Augustana 95, Millikin 78 Millikin 81, Marycrest 66 North Central 103, Millikin 76 Lewis 73, Millikin 56 Southeast Mo. 88, Millikin 59 Robert Morris 70, Millikin 63 Univ. Miami 66, Millikin 62 Millikin 98, Olivet Nazarene 48 Millikin 81, DePauw 69 Millikin 76, Millikin 84, Wheaton 71 Millikin 76, McKendree 61 Elmhurst 75, Millikin 71 Millikin 64, Greenville 60 Millikin 75, Eureka 65 Augustana 87, Millikin 66 Millikin 76, 111. Benedictine 61 Quincy 97, Millikin 74 Millikin 109, Knox 28 Millikin 98, 111. Wesleyan 53 St. Francis 93, Millikin 62 Monmouth 63 Front row Michelle Manage, Tonda Logue, Tami Sender, Stacy McLaughlin, Lori Kerans, Karla Dittmar, Jodi Foster. Back row: Assistant Coach Peg Voisin, Jane Sperry, Terri Jones, Diane Voss, Lisa Alexander, Becky Hays, Trainer Anne Ineech, Coach Harriet Crannell. Women ' s Basketball 135 BIG BLUE BASKETBALL The Big Blue, who finished 21-7 overall, earned Millikin ' s first-ever invitation to the NCAA Division III national championships. In the Midwest Regional, Millikin defeated Beloit (Wis.) but lost to Wisconsin-Whitewater, who finished fourth in nationals. The team also won the CCIW championship with a 12-4 record. Wayne Dunning led the team in scoring, rebounding, and assists; was the team ' s MVP; was named to the NABC All-District team; and was voted the Outstanding Player in the CCIW. Greg Goodrich and Craig Patton served along with Dunning as team tri-captains. Patton also led the team in free-throw shooting. Eddie Taylor was second in scoring and was named to the Midwest regional All-tourney team. Ken Jackson was second in rebounding be- hind Dunning. Despite the loss of 3 seniors, Coach Ramsey is looking forward to another successful basketball season, thanks to the talent of his returning players. Row 1 : Eddie Taylor, Craig Patton, Rod Bogan. Stu Bogan. Marcus Alderson. Mike Icenogle. Row 2: van, Cleo Johnson. Roscoe Bovkin. 136 Basketball Ken Jackson, Glenn Kraemer, Wayne Dunning, Joe Landon, Reggie Brown, Mickey Sulli- Millikin 80, Washington U. 65 Millikin 87, IL. College 53 Millikin 93, DePauw 85 Millikin 62, MacMurray 50 Northeast Mo. 67, Millikin 64 Mo. St. Louis 73, Millikin 72 Millikin 70, SIU-E 59 Millikin 69, IPU 64 Millikin 63, Carthage 48 Millikin 93, Mo. St. Louis 77 Millikin 73, North Central 68 Millikin 87. Carroll 74 Millikin 69, Augustana 59 Millikin 76, North Park 63 Millikin 82, Quincy 66 Millikin 81, Wheaton 77 Augustana 92, Millikin 74 IL. Wesleyan 69, Millikin 68 Millikin 87, Wheaton 63 Millikin 68, North Park 57 Elmhurst 70, Millikin 67 Millikin 58, North Central 53 Millikin 77, Carroll 60 Carthage 67, Millikin 66 Millikin 84, Elmhurst 59 Millikin 70, IL. Wesleyan 61 Millikin 66, Beloit (Wis.) 49 Wis. -Whitewater 63, Millikin 61 Basketball 137 Student Assistant Jeff Stevens, Head Coach Joe Ramsey, Assistant Coach Tim Littrell 140 Track MEN ' S TRACK and FIELD Row 1 ■ Al Lott Row 2- Darrell Watts, Rick Daniels, Chuck Wortman, Mark Coglianese, Mike Buob, Marty Heller, Jeff Fishel, Tony Dautzenburg, Mike Golden. Row 3: Kevin McDonald Mike Sudkamp, Curt Stiner, Mike Luth, Deverick Lampley, Alan Hays, Richie Minor, Mike Estopare, Tom Hills. Row 4: Dave Hessel, Al Sheriff, Marty Stupek, Jon Sweat, Greg Collingwood, Jeff Crass, Kent Birmingham, Greg Hines, Mike Jackson, Scott Buckalew, Greg Crull, Steve Williams, Mike Leden, Dale Spires, Denny Hall, Bernie James, Paul Buob, Jeff Klinck. The men ' s track team had a very successful season under Coach Don Luy, with the team winning the Millikin Invitational, a 5- team meet at SIU-E, placing 4th in the Ecumenical Invitational, and third in the CCIW. Individual highlights included highjumper Al Sheriff, who became MU ' s first 7-foot jumper and placed 3rd in the high jump at nationals, achieving All-America status. Sprinter Deverick Lampley set a school re- cord in the 100 meters, finished in a 6th- place tie at nationals in the 100, and earned All-America status. Senior Mike Jackson also qualified for na- tionals, and finished 7th in the 800 meters, 2 places higher than his previous year ' s per- formance. Conference champs included Lampley in 1 00 and 200 meters, Jackson in 1 500, Sher- iff in high jump, and the 400 and 1 600 relay teams (400 — Heller, Lampley, Klinck, J. Perryman. 1 600 — Stiner, Jackson, Hessel, Klinck). Other school record setters were Greg Hines in the 1 10 high hurdles, Paul Buob in the pole vault, and the 400 and 3200 meter relay teams. Jackson was named MVP, Lampley the Outstanding Runner, and Sheriff the Out- standing Field Performer. Track 141 MILLIKIN GOLF Million ' s golf team, led by Kurt Rogers and Brad Kay, won its first conference championship since 1974. Rogers was named the team ' s MVP, was co-captain, medalist in 5 meets, and capped his collegiate career tied for 20th at nationals, earning him honorable mention All-American honors. Kay was the CCIW individual champion, co-captain, captain for 1984, and medalist at Quincy. Millikin had a 9-1 record in dual matches, and won the Rose- Hulman and Quincy tournaments. 142 Golf BIG BLUE BASEBALL Row 1 : Jeff Bonnett, Kirk Hoffman, Tom Leggens, Mike Glover, Doug Colclasure, Scott Davis, Tim Hooker. Dan Fauser. Row 2: Tom Lake, Troy Kasson, Alan Hupp. Steve Labhan. John Howell, Tim Teegarden. Tom Potter, Doug Hitchens, Dave Lockenour. Row 3: Coach Galen Woods, Rob Davis, Steve Mampe, Charlie Woods, Pat Durley, Curt Jones. Joe Shields, Paul Stevens. Tommy Woods. The men ' s baseball team enjoyed its best season in 8 years, finish- ing strong after winning only 2 of 10 games during a season- opening trip in Tennessee. The Big Blue finished 2nd in the CCIW, their best finish since 1975, with an 11-4-1 record. Pitching help from newcomers, strong offensive hitting, and defen- sive stability were the keys to the successful season. Tim Hooker and Tim Teegarden were unanimous lst-team selec- tions in the CCIW. Teegarden set career records for games played, times at bat. hits and runs batted in. Hooker finished 2nd among the league ' s leading hitters, and shared the MVP award with Tee- garden. Shortstop Dan Fauser was a second team CCIW selection, and was named co-captain for 1984 with Hooker. Freshman Rob Davis was named " rookie of the year, " leading the team with most runs scored. Alan Hupp and Curt Jones were 1983 co-captains. Trevecca Nazarene 7, Millikin 3 Tennessee State 11-13, Millikin 1-3 Union 13-5, Millikin 3-2 Millikin 15, Freed-Hardeman 7 David Lipscomb 22-12, Millikin 1-0 Belmont 8-4, Millikin 5-9 Millikin 7-10. Illinois Wesleyan 5-0 Illinois State 12, Millikin 3 Millikin 7-3, Greenville 1-7 Millikin 4-1, Carthage 3-1 Millikin 16-15, Carroll 7-7 Millikin 9-7, North Central 6-11 Millikin 9-4, Augustana 1-3 North Park 14-7, Millikin 1-1 Millikin 3-7, Elmhurst 1-1 Wheaton 5-4, Millikin 4-7 Eastern Illinois 8-12, Millikin 2-0 144 Baseball Candids 145 BIG BLUE TRACKSTERS Row 1: Nancy Wilkins, Nancy Rhoads, Peggy Mack, Coco Murray, Michelle Maddox, Michelle Malo. Row 2: Stacy McLaughlin, Leslie Waddell, Brenda Hogan, Tamette Pierceall, Theresa Johnston. Row 3: Student Coach Denna Bafford, Coach Peg Voisin, Tina Rodmaker, Carol Smith, Student Trainer Statistician Dawn Sanner, Tonyan Goin, Angie Sparks. The Women ' s track team, under second year coach Peg Voisin, had a very success- ful season. Eight of the 16-member squad were freshmen, but team spirit was seen by the members willingness to try any event at least once. The team won the Illinois Wesleyan Qua- drangular and two triangulars, was second in the Southern Illinois University Ed- wardsville Relays, and 5th in the Millikin Invitational and Viking Olympics. School record-setters were Leslie Waddell in the shot, Brenda Hogan in the 400 inter- mediate hurdles, and Stacy McLaughlin in the 200 meters. Waddell also qualified for NCAA nationals in both the shot and the javelin. Waddell was named the team ' s MVP, and Carol Smith was named most improved. Waddell finished sixth in the javelin at NCAA nationals, earning her All-America status. 146 Women ' s Track Women ' s Track 147 MILLIKIN TENNIS A lack of collegiate tennis experience was felt by the men ' s tennis team, which won only one of 12 dual meets. Jeff Clow and Greg Huck were the only players with previous collegiate experience. The team did improve on its standing in the CCIW — going from 8th a year ago to tying for 4th in the conference this season. Jeff Clow, the team ' s MVP, was runner-up in the conference No. 2 singles, and Doug Kinas reached the semi-finals in No. 3 sin- gles. Row I : And Verdooren. Doug Kinas, Jeff Doian. Row 2: Coach Tony Young. Dave Snyder. Jeff Clow, Greg Huck. Mark Garoufalis. 148 Tennis Resident Halls Blackburn 1 Row " iic Kristi Rafferty, Belli ( hrist, I on ( oe, ( on- i PHk- i nie Young, Peg McCann, Cathy O Dea, Leslie Ha- vens. Row two: Shellie Peasley, Cindy Lowe, Gail Kleeberg, Linda Torkelson, Shari Traser, Trena Arends, Loretta Williamson, Susan Johnson. Row three: Resident Assistant Bethany Fisher, Wendy Holtz, Lori Nowlin, Debbie Davis, Sue Gustafson, Suzanne Baker, Elisabeth Hutchison. Row four: Tammy Moenck, Lori Payne, Cheryl Kristofek, Leanne Williamson. f Blackburn 2 Row one: Marta Ontiveros, Rhonda Ray. Row two: Connie Fritsch, Barb Baldwin, Resident Assistant Elaine Ehrich, Nancy Moses. Row three: Karen Paul, Beth Ehlert, Cindy Kojder, Leslie Longfellow, Cindy Booth. Row four: Bonnie Siska, Dawn Willison, Cathy Cummins. Blackburn 3 Row one: Dana Thompson, Vicki Moline, Resident Assistant Tina Guerrero, Darla Dandro, LeaAnn Mac Gilvray, Patty Hyland. Row two: Lisa Stone, Connie Evans, Cindy Knight, Rachel Isaac, Anne Ineich. 150 Resident Halls Resident Hulls 15 I Walker 1 Row one: Jill Greenslade, Kathy Armstrong, Beth Witt, Michelle Kuhlmann. Row two: Renee Donnell, Barb Kininmonth, Joelle Germano, Joyce Elder, Resi- dent Assistant Cathi Murray. Row three: Maria Gon- zalez, Judy Conklin, Sandra Porter, Sabrina Fox, Kim Crawford. Row four: Dee Shively, Kathy Rader, Janet Tindell. Missv Murdock. Walker 2 Row one: Kathy Beckman, Debbie Shanahan, Mary Kuenstler, Sandy Seifert. Row two: Yvonne Washing- ton, Sheila Hardaway, Karen Armour, Ann Schilsky. Row three: Cheryl Sterenberg, Alicia Wallace, Tricia Smith, Resident Assistant Theresa Broeker, Carol Clark, Theresa Donovan, Pam Hartke. Row four: Cin- dy Zywicki, Janice De Mars, Carol Smith, Peggy Mack, Theresa Johnston, Dawn Sanner, Karen Turn- bull. Walker 3 Row one: Patty Tarbell, Marita Labedz, Jami Mason, Debby Krismor. Row two: Resident Assistant Tina Kessing, Lisa Bes Grove, Fredia Rawls, .loAnn Gale, .lennv F.bbert. 152 Resident Halls Hessler 1 Sitting: Dave Hessel, Jean Newburn, Susan Young, Laurie O Hare, Resident Assistant Jean Schafcr. Standing: Stan Smith, Rick George, Jeff Crass, Becky Husemoller, Anne Hooker, Dan Callahan, Dave Dix- on, Jerry Panfil, Bob Dzialowy, Scott Keele, Craig Hayden. Hessler 2 Row one: Tim Bromley, Resident Assistant Basil Ru- dawski, Steve Mochel, John Zelman. Row two: John O ' Neil. Bill Bugan, Rich Glasser, Marc Tower, Tom Neville, Rich Moehring, Eric Smith. Row three: Mickey Sullivan, Bill Beamen, Henry Hall, Glen Lipe, Kevin Bickings, Terry Knowlton. Hessler 3 Row one: Scott Davis, Resident Assistant Kim Clark. Jeff Kapp. Row two: Fred Schmidt, Mike Friedrick, Curt Stiner. Tom Wells, Alan Hays, Jerry Weber, Mike Luth. Row three: Dave Lockenour, Mike Whit- ford. Curt Grant, Neil De Young, Todd Kneller, John Labedz, Kevin Lolling, Tim Busey, Curt Epperson, Glen Gray, Ron Price, Steve New, Chris Vela. Hessler 4 Sitting: Wayne Flint, Brian Gifford, Scott Jones, Stan Marchewka, Jim Stevens, Doug Evak, Effrem Win- ters. Dan Kampwerth. Standing: Roger Murphy, Ross Blythe, Pat Leitgeb, Rick Petrovic, John Downs, Gary Yuenger, Guy Pearson, Bernie James, Dan Moore. Resident Halls 153 Ground Floor Mills Sitting: Becky Feeney, Betty McHugh. Standing: Ber- nadette Bowie, Billie Goebel, Marcy Dutton, Lisa Piatt, Cindy Parker, Denise Arjmand, Lynne Lukos- kie, Dane Campbell, Susan Krell, Daphne Thomas, Resident Assistant Karen Livingston. Mills 1 East Row one: Ken Bower, Mike Floore, Stu Bogan, Mar- cus Alderson, Ron Walker, Rod Bogan. Row two: Rod Logan, Tim O Lnrick, Bill Hoyle, Scott Ryder, Brian Bond, Brad Brenneman. Resident Assistant Rod Lew- is, Carl Davidson. Mills 1 West Row one: Dan Wortman, John Latham, Steve Mampe. Row two: Jim Trimberger, Tom Lake, Paul Stevens, John Watts, Joe White, Lou Manfredini, Tom Fero. Row three: John Frank, Lane Burmeister. 1 54 Resident Halls Mills 2 East Kevin Avery, Resident Assistant Wayne Dunning, Marvclon Dampeer, Sam Rogers, Mike Golden. Mills 2 West Row one: Mike Flanagan, John Cardamone, Dave De Marais, Mike Sudkamp. Row two: Joe Birk, Wally Plywaczewski, Cary Bottorf, Tyson Reissfelder, Matt Ernst, Rick Lambie, Mark Coglianese. Row three: Joe Godsil, P.J. Wilkes, Joe Green. Row four: Rich Grove, Craig Wright, John Kowalski, Deverick Lampley. Resident Halls 155 Aston 1 Row one: Caroline Pilapil, Lori Lunik, Resident Assis- tant Mary Ellen Strawniak, Rachel Newsome. Row two: Kathleen Curry. Jana Kramme, Laurel Morris, Nancy Tanabe. Row three: Bridget Luma, Julie Wer- den. Shawna Dawson, Joy Buris, Beth Hornecker, Janine Wiegard, Lennet Primmer, Kelly Obyrne, Ju- lie Schmalz, Gail O Fallen. Aston 2 Row one: Pat Fleming, Liz Jenkins. Row two: Joyce C hesnut, Cheryl Carlson, Ruth Kuykendall, Shelly Bale, .leanette Hope. Row three: Lisa Anderson, Nat- alie Olson, Becky Dietrick, Mary Kay Gordy, Doris Rupel, April Poole. Row four: Resident Assistant Lin- da Olsen, Brenda Reif. Jack Toepfer (?), Lisa Currier, Susan Taylor. Aston 3 Row one: Beth Little, Karen Stewart. Row two: Angie Sparks, Karla Dittmer, Debbie Refine, Chris Magal- lanes. Row three: Monica Milner, Resident Assistant Lisa Lane, Stacy McLaughlin, Tina Radmaker. I 56 Resident Halls Aston 4 Row one: Rhonda Jenkins, Stacy Shanks, Bodonna Strawniak. Row two: Mary Malavolti, Katie Ruckcr, Mary Ann Knold, Lori Kerans, Jeanette Chow, Row three: Kathy Springer, Jo Ellyn Cordcs, Suzanne New, Carrie Dietzen. Fairview Hall Row one: Lynne Remack, Shelby Casey, Sherry Whi- tely. Row two: Terri Harrington, Jill Christensen, Robin Harman, Chris Nuelle. Row three: Charlotte Spitz, Karen Stone, Resident Assistant Margaret Midden, Jill Johnson, Deb Weber, Sue Stremming. Kathie Sciackitano. Carol Apartments Supervisor Nancy Rhoads, Joni Rosenow, Lisa Bier- man, Brenda Urter, Bonnie Yedinak. Resident Halls 157 ALPHA CHI ' S HAVE ACTIVE YEAR GREEKS I chose to be Greek (and they chose me), Although it isn ' t always easy here. A lot of people don ' t like us; they see some of the things we do, and don ' t see some of the other things that we hide inside it ' s frustrating, and yet, if it was any other way it might not mean as much. Once again this year, the Alpha Chi ' s were involved in lots of activities. Within the house they joined forces to capture both 1st place trophies for Homecoming Talent Show and Games. They also raised money for Cystic Fibrosis by selling carnations to M.U. students and sponsored a Christmas party for underprivileged children. Outside the house, the Alpha Chi ' s kept their repu- tation for being involved in a wide range of campus activities. Four of the eight varsity cheerleaders this year are Alpha Chi ' s. Many girls involved themselves with athlet- ics, while others were active in fraternity little sister groups, music, theater, and de- partmental groups. Row 1 : L. Maserati, R. Jones, L. Briscoe, P. Maish, M. Manage, A. Strieker, T. Logue, K. Jackson, Row 2: A. Wescot, R. Phillips, L. Gower, S. Butler, E. Krebs, L. Myers, S. Mathews, C. Perry, P. Andriano, D. Kareotes, J. Augustine, K. Campbell. Row 3: B.J. Reed, S. Peak, J. Schulmeister, S. Kesl, D. Thiele, K. Salman, M. Morris, J. Rcinthale, P. Green, D. Thompson, J. Foster, C. Williams, P. Eldridge, P. Murphy, B. Schurman. Row 4: A. Halemeyer, C. Hudson, E. McHugh, C. Beckway, J. Kincaid, S. Pearman, Miller, J. Stark, S. Brooksbank, M. Wilson, C. Vance, J. Goeke. 158 Greeks TRI-DELTA TAKES FIRST IN HOMECOMING Tri-Delta has had many achievements dur- ing the 82-83 school year. It started off by winning three trophies in the Homecoming competition. They won first in Greek Sign, House Dec, and first place overall. To raise money for their philanthrophy, which is scholarship, the Tri-Delts had their tradi- tional pancake breakfast the night before Homecoming games. This year ' s breakfast was a great success! The sorority also won first place in the intramural swim meet and college bowl. During the Holiday Season, The Tri-Delts have their Sleigh Bell Day where they go Christmas Caroling at DMH and at the Anna B. Millikin Nursing Home here in Decatur. Row 1: H. Hantel, J. Saum, L. Brown. C. Hertz, L. Koch, B. Bizer, N. Willikins, L. Roseberry. Row 2: R. Vittitoe, L. Pirtle, B. Husemoller, D. Warren, J. Warkins. L. Becker, B. Feeney, K. Oathout, L. Sleade, Row 3: R. Slade, C. Young, D. Kraus, R. Meischner, M. Schlageter, L. Martin, K. Klein, C. Heidbrink, J. Saum, L. Lukoskie, M. Murdock, K. Rose. Row 4: A. Kraus, B. Huslig, K. Biscomb, L. Kampert, J. Smith, C. Weinrich, L. Gaffner, B. Ehlert, Shelly Long, D. Tish, T. Arends, R. Forrester, D. Sarver. Greeks 159 PI PHI ' S AIM HIGH FOR THE COMING YEARS Pi Beta Phi is a social sorority with high aims in the areas of scholarship, alum- nae and panhellenic relations, campus involvement, philanthropic projects, and the fostering of life-long friendship. This has been a great year for us and we are honored that our candidate Tara Harvel was Millikin ' s 1982 Homecoming Queen. Row I D Edwards, C. Cuttel, K. Bond, T. Harvel, J. Bowen, L. Reed, M. Ahrens, D. Attig, K. Bond. Row 2: B. Baldwin, M. Lavedz, A. Shumate, C. Bailey, K. Funk, L. Coe, C. Lowe, C. Kojder. Row 3: M. Otrembiak, J. Johnson, C. Fritsch, C. O ' Dea, J. Newman, A. McLaughlin, T. Periman, B. Wilkin, B. Klietz, A. Watson, T. Pflasterer, E. Peters, M. Moffet, M. Twitchell, J. Miller, M. Sallee. Row 4: C. Edwards, J. Hoppenjans, D. Ruland, P. Woodburn, S. Hayden, A. Hayes, K. Trask, R. Irwin, L. Pear- son, L. Manweiler, R. Abbott, T. Bakkakos, M. Kirkland. 160 Greeks ZETA ' S WITH ZEST Zetas have had a busy year. After a suc- cessful rush, Zetas plunged into their many activities. Service projects included Trick- or-Treating for Unicef, The Jerry Lewis Telethon for M.D., Christmas caroling at DMH, and a tootsie roll drive for special Olympics. Along with these events, Zetas are also ac- tive on campus with members as freshman camp counselors and co-chairman, orienta- tion committee, honoraries, leads in plays and operas, co-captain of the volleyball team, along with many others. Zetas are proud of their accomplishments not only as a group, but as individuals. Row 1 : C. Main, M. Olah, T. Grampp, D. Bafford, S. Grimshaw, C. Cranford, S. Peasley, P. Tarbell. Row 2: M. Heagy, S. Deppe, Sromer, B. Kininmonth, L. Torkelson, G. Kleeberg, S. Baker, S. Gustavson, B. Christ, K. Ekeskog, K. Withrow. Row 3: P. Kirchoff, A. Hinton, J. Powers, D. Ward, C. Bravin, Arty, Bumpass, J. Bracken, G. Benz, M. Block, B. Ely. Row 4: S. McLaughlin, L. Hemp, M. Sweeney, P. Hornbeck, J. Brooks, L. Nielson, C. Baulos, S. Dautzenberg, K. Allen, M. Pitt, D. Boyd, P. Staublin. Row 5: C. Cashmer, B. Hewitt, S. Cristy, L. MacLeod, Corn, L. Degenhardt, D. Tanking, N. Fendley, M. Potje, J. Miller, D. Batty, D. Chapman. Greeks 161 162 Greeks TKE Has Successful Year The Men of Tau Kappa Epsilon exper- ienced a successful year during the 1982-83 school year. After a successful rush they pulled together as a house to take first place in the Homecoming Games. During the spring semester the Tekes won Greek Week taking first place in the Talent Show. Row I: M. McNamer, S. Butcher, J. Tragos. Row 2: B. Jones, H. Vogel, J. Arp, P. Shinville, C. Siegel, S. Fujii. Row 3 (sitting): S. McFarland, B. Lazarz, Robbie Peterson, S. McManimie, H. Mazurek. Row 4 (Standing): L. Junge, P. Albert, R. Copeland, D. Williams, J. Weier, D. Giertz, J. Lopresti, J. Sands, D. Price, E. Ludwig, B. Davie, P. Hanigan, T. Hlawek, L. Manfredini, T. Zaher, T. Foley, J. Estes, F. Jordan. Greeks 163 TAUS TAKE HOMECOMING The men of Alpha Tau Omega had a very successful school year. They started out to work early in the year with some improvements on their house. Then mov- ing into homecoming, the Taus took 1st place in 3 events — Talent show, Cheer competition and Spirit sign — thus giv- ing them the overall championship. The ATOs also finished first in I.M. football, volleyball and softball. With the help from the 21 new members they received during the year, the Taus are looking forward to continued success in the fu- ture. Row 1: M. Gorman, G. Drakos, M. Garoufalis, P. Marquardt, J. Esposito, J. Clow, F. Cavallone. Row 2: T. Hills, R. Johnson, K. Keener. J. Lutostanski, S. Sarran, T. Dautzenberg, S. Bradtke, A. Mrowiec, B. Kay. Row 3: (standing) — T. Schenck, G. Knight, T. Schumacher, H. Hornbeck, D. Basso, C. Grant, R. Lambie, G. Huck, R. Glasser, D. Gibson, P. Stephens, S. Ryder, L. Schneider, R. Cutlip, B. Breneman, B. Courtney, D. Clark. Row 4: M. Meland, B. Oberheide, T. Thorsen, J. Shumate, T. Fer- ry, S. Kucgler, J. Klinck, C. Calas, S. Lehman, G. Deppe. C. Lawrence. 164 Greeks DELTA SIGMA PHI Row 1 : K. Hoffman, L. Burmeister, A. Hupp, K. Figlewicz, J. Webber, T. Knowlton, G. Lipe. Row 2: (standing) — M. Birge, D. Camillo, T. Dukeman, senreich, D. Granger, R. Gatto, C. Patton, M. Magro, M. Heller, J. Santos, G. Kitchell, P. Roberts, K. Crandall, C. Hunt. Greeks 165 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Row I : S. Voris, B. Hunsaker, J. Duncan, C. Kininmonth, Mom Day. C. Miller, J. Woodrum, R. Meehan. Row 2: G. Tothero. D. Reeblc. M. Loyet, T. Irwin. D. Snyder, F. Schmidt. T. Kras, J. Wcstrick, P. Creighton, R. Phillups, J. Bohn, J, Whittaker, A. Sensenig, i. Ncwkirk, M. Polito. 1 66 Greeks Kappa Sig ' s Have Active Year Some of the activities of the Kappa Sigs include a fund raiser for diabetes where $660.00 was raised; Kappa Sigs took first place in the housedecks at homecoming with their original Kolor factory. They also took first place in the Greek Week games dur- ing the Spring Semester. Row 1 • T Parfitt B Jennings, B. Hillegonds, J. Fields, T. Peters. Row 2: J. Lamar, J. Nystrom, J. Flauherty. B. Dow, D. Metz, M. Behnke. Row 3: R. Shaffer. B. Czer- winski, B. Denby, T. Evans, K. Keneipp, D. Bassler, S. Slavick, B. Bercaw, D. Burbidge, D. Throne, B. Hemphill, K. O ' Connor, W. P.erson, B. Taylor, S. McGee, B. Rade- maker, B. Bryant, R. Degalan. Greeks 167 I am Images — Images in the Fine Arts. I am composed of many talented people who convey their feelings in many artistic ways. Sometimes they express themselves alone, or with oth- ers. They use many resources including their hands, voice or instruments. Kirkland Fine Arts Center and Albert Tay- lor Hall are my homes, and I am very proud to have such fine facilities to aid those inter- ested in creating or experiencing images through the arts. Images 169 SHOWCASE THEATRE is the producing wing of the Department of Communica- tions and Theatre. Its function is to present a yearly season of live theatrical entertain- ment for the education and enjoyment of students, faculty, staff, and area residents. All productions are cast entirely from the Millikin student body. Students, under the direction of a trained staff, also construct all sets, props, and costumes used in a pro- duction. The selection of shows making up the yearly season is made on the education- al and entertainment value of individual shows. Each season attempts to feature a variety of theatrical forms, periods, and styles, thus giving both participating stu- dents and audiences a variety of theatrical experiences. It is not the goal of Showcase Theatre to present museum pieces or to do shows just because they ought to be done. Each show is made as relevant and theatri- cally exciting as is possible. Nevertheless, all shows will not please all audiences, and some shows will appeal to some audiences more than others. The audiences theatrical awareness and enjoyment grows, and Showcase Theatre continues to be a strong influence in the Millikin and Decatur com- munity. She Loves Me October 22-30 Cast Ladislav Sipos Arpad Illona Ritter Steven Kodaly Georg Nowack Mr. Maraczek Amalia Balash Douglas E. Fester Dean R. Bruner, Lisa Conrath, Douglas E. Fester, Becky Hewitt, Rob Kennedy, Connie Jean Larson, Jill Miller, Louie Miller, Philip C. Parker, Kari Pierce, Cherilyn Williams Benjamin Hunsaker . Theodore J. Davey ... Heidi M. Strandt Martin J. Bader ... Richard Dunham ... Louis Manfredini Janet Bracken Dean R. Bruner Waiter Ladies and Gentlemen of the Ensemble 170 Images Images 171 Twelfth Night February 10, 11, 12 CAST Viola Jane Pentrongelli A Sea Captain Richard Dunham Orsino Louis Manfredini Curio Curt Calas Valentine Martin Bader Sir Toby Belch Theodore Davey Maria Becky Hewitt Sir Andrew Aguecheek Doug Fester Feste Louie Miller Olivia Heidi Strandt Malvalio Jon O ' Guinn Antonio Tim Evans Sebastian Larry Fleming Fabian Richard Dunham Officer 1 Curt Calas Officer 2 Martin Bader Priest Bill Morris 172 Images CAST OF CHARACTERS Ottavio Robert Kennedy Sylvestro Louis Miller Scapino Theodore Davey Giacinta Car y n Burkhart Argante Curt Calas Geronte Richard Dunham Leandro Mike Mathieson Q ar 0 Daryl Smothers Zerbinetta Dani Green N urse Connie Larson Headwaiter Chris dayman Waiters Douglas Fester Martin Bader Waitress Leslie Havens SCAPINO April 14, 15, 16. Images 173 174 Images Images 175 MILLIKIN MUSIC The School of Music at Millikin University is one of the oldest accredited music schools in the Midwest. High quality musical training has been offered to students who are interested in performing, teaching, jazz, commercial music and church music since its inception. Individual instruction, as a part of the regular curriculum, is offered in voice, strings, piano, organ, guitar and on all woodwind, brass and percussion instruments. Playing opportunities abound at Millikin. Formal organizations include choir, choral union, opera theatre, opera workshop, chamber singers, jazz show choir, mardrigals, dance, symphony orchestra, marching band, wind ensemble, jazz band and ensembles in brass, woodwind, percussion and vocal. Choirs The Concert Choir is known international- ly, having travelled throughout the United States, Mexico, and Europe. In addition to travel, the choir is very active on the cam- pus and holds concerts and clinics in high schools in the Midwest. Madrigals, the Singing Blue, the Chamber singers and oth- er groups are included in the vocal program at Millikin. 76 Images The Millikin Bands program is dedicated to a high level of instrumental performance designed to nurture musical growth and un- derstanding. To this end the Concert Band and Symphonic Wind Ensemble are litera- ture-based organizations drawing their rep- ertory from both traditional and contempo- rary sources. The Marching Big Blue performs at the football games and at times travels with the team. The internationally acclaimed Millikin Jazz Band, directed by Roger Schueler, has toured extensively and has participated in seven overseas concert tours as — Good Will — Ambassadors at the request of the U.S. Department of State. As the feature of entertainment for Millikins annual home- coming concert, the band has performed with many talented artists including Stan Kenton, Mel Torme, Jim Stafford, Four Freshmen and The Temptations. The Millikin-Decatur Civic Symphony Or- chestra presents several concerts each sea- son. Guest artists such as Doc Severinson, Julius Baker, and Carol Lawrence add to the excitement of this fine orchestra. The Symphony Guild offers talent awards to outstanding string students. Images 177 Convocations Series 1982-1983 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 diversified 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. An Evening with John Houseman Wednesday, October 6, 1982 John Houseman is one of the most influential figures in American thater, radio and televi- sion. Best known as Professor Kingsfield in the movie and television series THE PAPER CHASE, Houseman ' s credits as a producer- director-author-actor date back to the 1930s. He is the founder and Producing Artistic Di- rector of the Acting Company which per- formed on the Convocations Series in Febru- ary. This was a rare opportunity to hear John Houseman recreate revealing moments on and off the stage and set. The Pointer Sisters Saturday, November 13, 1982 The Pointer Sisters have a sophisticated sound that has won them a large following of dedi- cated fans. Their rich music has evolved from 40s style swing and jazz harmonies to pop- soul hits of the ' 80s. With recent favorites such as AMERICAN MUSIC, SLOW HAND, and HE ' S SO SHY, the Pointer Sis- ters have established themselves as a major force in contemporary music. 178 Images The Acting Company Performing Pericles by William Shakespeare Sunday, February 13, 1983 The Acting Company is America ' s only fully professional national touring repertory com- pany. Dedicated to the development of Ameri- can actors, the Company consists of 17 highly trained actors and actresses under the wing of Producing Artistic Director John Houseman. PERICLES is one of Shakespeare ' s last plays and is filled with riddles, prizes, dreams, ro- mance and happy reunions. The compelling drama promises to provide an enjoyable even- ing of professional theater. C5 ACTING COMPANY ON TOUR FOR THE JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER Mummenshanz Wednesday, April 6, 1983 For almost a decade Mummenschanz has been delighting audiences all over the world with their unique brand of Swiss Mime- Mask Theater. Mummenschanz played on Broadway for nearly three years to unprec- edented critical acclaim. The New York Times wrote that Mummenschanz is " mar- velously entertaining ... a great evening in the theater that is touching accurate and profound. " Images 179 W.T. Samuels Lecture Ann Landers Annie 182 Candids Candids 183 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank Bob Donnelly, our Yearbook Representative from Herff Jones, and all of those in the Student Development and University Relations offices. Laura Bembenek Editor Dan Clark Editor Paul Marquardt Business Manager Joe Houston Advisor A Special Thank You to Janet Saum for our Cover Design A Big Thanks To The Yearbook Pro- duction Class — Winter Term 1983. 184 Final Comments MILLIDEK STAFF STAFF MEMBERS Shelby Casey Cathie Sciackitano Kathryn Trask Sue Stremming Kristi Rafferty John Fry PHOTOGRAPHERS Brad Breneman Mark Kern Dwayne Stinson I would like to thank Dan, my Co-Editor, for all of his help and dedication. 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ILLINOIS 62523 (217) 423-61 15 CONSULTING PROGRAMMING EDUCATION PROCESSING SERVICES SYSTEM SALES TRANSPORTATION SOFTWARE INDEX A Abbott, Barbara 42, 102 Abbott, Ruth 42, 176 Abrahamson, Matt 30 Ahrens, Melodie 94, 176 Alexander, Lisa 30 Allen, Kelly 42, 90, 177 Anderson, Lisa 56 Andriano, Jacqueline 30 Andriano, Pat 96, 174 Arends, Trena 56, 175 Argenti, Cathi 30 Arjmand, Denise 48, 90 Armour, Karen 56 Arp, Jeff 105 Artman, Cindy 42, 177 Ashcraft, Sherry 42, 102 Attig, Diane 176 Augustine, Jill 103, 174 Avery, Becky 56 B Bacci, Rhonda 42, 90, 92, 95 Bader, Marty 56, 98 Badorek, Sue 42 Bafford, Denna 177 Baggech, Melody 56 Bailey, Chalice 48, 93, 176 Bakakos, Tammy 88, 103, 176 Baker, Mark 16, 30 Baker, Suzanne 56, 176 Bakunas, Steve 30 Baldwin, Barbara 48, 176 Bale, Michele 42, 100 Balko, Jayne 12, 102 Ball, Amy 90 Ball, Ralph 30 Basso, Dave 56, 164 Batty, Dee Lyn 30, 88, 92, 177 Baulos, Carol 42, 95, 176 Beals, Dean 42 Beals, Kurt 56, 98 Beaman, Bill 48 Beckee, Laurie 56, 175 Beckmen, Katherine 48, 93 Beckway, Candy 1 74 Behrens, Lisa 48 Beirne, Mike 42 Bembenek, Laura 48, 93 Bencko, Dave 48 Benz, Geri 30, 95, 176 Bercaw, Bill 48 Beringer, Laurie 42 Bernahl, Diane 30 Bernhardt, Peggy 56, 105 Besgrove, Lisa 56 Biennan, Lisa 30, 87 Birge, Mike 165 Biscomb, Kelly 102, 175 Bizer, Barbara 12, 16, 31, 90, 103, 175 Block, Mary Jo 95, 98, 177 Bond, Brian 56, 92 Bond, Kim 56, 175 Bonnet, Jeff 48 Booth, Cindy 56 Bowen, Julie 16, 48, 90, 176 Bowie, Bernadette 48, 92, 104, 105 Boyd, Debra 177 Boylson, Greg 96 Bracken, Janet 16, 48, 177 Bradley, Kelly 16 Bradtke, Scott 48, 176 Bravin, Carla 48, 177 Breneman, Brad 56, 164 Brelschneider, Doug 56 Bridgeman, Craig 56 Briscoe, Laurey 48, 174 Broeker, Theresa 88 Bromely, Tim 105 Broo ks, Jean 48, 92, 177 Brooksbank, Sharon 16, 31, 103, 174 Brown, Lisa 48, 175 Bruner, Dean 57 Bruns, Pam 42 Buechele, Traci 31 Bueltman, Greg 12, 16 Bullis, Dave 56 Bumgarder, Ron 56 Bumpus, Sally 42, 177 Buono, Mike 12, 57 Burmeister, Rob 165 Burris, Joy 57 Busey, Tim 93 Butler, Shari 57, 174 C Calas, Curt 31, 96 Call, Sherri 48 Callahan, Dan 31, 96 Callarman, Beth 57 Callison, Doug 31 Camillo, Dave 165 Campbell, Kitty 57, 174 Carlson, Cheryl 57 Carnero, Judy 3 1 , 93 Casey, Shelby 48, 90 Cashmer, Cathy 177 Castillo, Missy 31 Cavallone, Frank 42, 164 Caylor, Dave 42, 90 Chapman, Dee 92, 1 77 Chapman, Terri 49 Chappel, Terri 49, 102 Chestnut, Joyce 49 Chow, Jeannette 42, 100 Christ, Beth 57, 177 Christensen, Jill 16, 42, 92, 105 Ciluffo, Richelle 57 Clark, Carol 42, 90 Clark, Dan 16, 42, 88, 90, 95, 105, 164 Clark, Geri 49 Clark, Kim 43, 94, 105 Clow, Jeff 49, 164 Coe, Lori 57, 176 Coglianese, Mark 49 Collins, Kathy 43 Collins, Stanely 57 Conklin, Judy 57, 90, 100 Conrath, Lisa 57, 92 Cook, Cathy 49, 98 Copeland, Rick 57 Cordes, Jo Ellyn 31, 98 Coughlin, Mike 57 Courtney, Brian 49, 164 Cox, Terry 31 Crandall, Kevin 165 Crass, Jeff 43 Cranford, Crystal 57, 176 Crawford, Kim 57 Cristy, Sandy 12, 16, 31, 90, 95, 177 Crull, Greg 49 Cummins, Cathy 57, 100 Currier, Lisa 31 Curtis, Kim 104 Cutlip, Russ 49, 164 Cuttill, Carolyn 49, 176 D Dammeier, Drew 31 Dampeer, Marvelon 49 Dandro, Darla 49, 88, 90, 93 Dautzenberg, Tony 43 Dautzenberg, Stephanie 49, 88, 177 Davidson, Carl 57 Davis, Gary 31 Davis, Scott 57 Dawson, Shauna 100 DeMars, Jan 49 Degalen, Rich 16 Degenhardt, Lynn 16, 49, 94, 177 Delatte, Faith 31, 88, 92 Delatte, Mary 49, 98 DeMaris, Dave 57 Deppe, Greg 16, 43, 164 Deppe, Sally 57, 94, 105, 177 Detwiler, Scott 43 Deyong, Neil 43 Dietrich, Becki 57 Dill, Dawn 43 Dittmar, Karla 49 Dixon. Dave 16, 32, 92, 102 Dolan, Jeff 58 Dolejs, Andrea 16, 32, 92, 102 202 Donnell, Renee 58, 88 Donovan, Theresa 43 Doyle, Kevin 49 Drakos, George 58, 164 Dukeman, Todd 165 Dunham, Rick 32 Dunning, Wayne 12, 32 Durley, Pat 105 Dutton, Marcy 94 Dwyer, Marty 43 Dzialowsky, Bob 32 E Edwards, Dawn 58, 176 Edwards, Caroline 32, 88, 92, 176 Ehlert, Beth 58, 175 Ehrich, Elaine 49, 94 Eisenreich, Steve 165 Ekeskog, Kari 49, 102, 177 Elder, Joyce 58, 90 Eldrige, Patty 32, 174 Ely, Brenda 177 Esposito, Joe 16, 164 Etter, Brian 90 Evak, Doug 58, 164 Evans, Connie 102 Evans, Tim 89 Evitt, Bev 43 F Faber, Ellen 32 Fallen, Gayle 58 Feeney, Becki 58, 175 Fendley, Nancy 16, 49, 90, 177 Ferguson, Ann 49 Ferry, Tim 50, 164 Fields, Deb 103 Figlewicz, Ken 165 Fischer, Anne 102 Fisher, Bethany 50 Flanagan, Mike 50, 90, 100 Foley, Tom 1 3, 32 Forrestor, Rose 43, 175 Foster, Jodi 174 Fox, Sabrina 58, 90 Franklin, Dave 43 Franklin, Kathy 43 Frazier, Tom 33, 96 Fritsch, Connie 58, 176 Fry, John 58. 98 Fujii, Saigo 43 Fulk, Robin 33, 88 Funk, Kelly 43, 88, 90, 176 Furio, Tom 50 G Gaffner, Beth 175 Ganley, Cheryl 50 Gant, Margie 33 Gardner, Mark 50, 164 Gardner, Sally 16, 33 Garms, Diane 58 Garoufalis, Mark 50, 164 Gatto, Ron 43, 165 George, Richard 33 Germano, Joelle 50 Gibson, Doug 164 Giertz, Dave 58 Gilmore, Corrine 33, 104 Glasser, Rick 58, 164 Godsil, Bob 50 Goeke, Julianne 103, 174 Goin, Tonyan 58 Golden, Mike 90 Gonzales, Phil 33, 102 Gonzalez, Art 92, 100 Gonzalez, Maria 92, 100 Goodrich, Greg 104 Gordy, Mary 58 Gorman, Mike 12, 16, 33, 164 Gorsky, John 89 Gottermeyer, Bruce 58 Gower, Lori 58, 174 Grady, Bob 50, 164 Grampp, Terri 58, 1 77 Grana, Lori 43, 95, 102 Granger, Dave 43, 165 Grant, Curt 59, 164 Green, Kevin 16 Green, Pat 174 Greene, Missy 43 Greene, Susan 43 Grieb, John 59 Grimshaw, Suellen 50, 92, 177 Gromoll, Cathi 88 Gross, Laurie 90, 95 Grotheer, Paula 50, 93 Grove, Rick 50 Guerrero, Tina 33, 90 Gurdian, Eric 59 Gustafson, Sue 59, 92 Gustavson, Sharon 59, 177 H Halemeyer, Annette 174 Hall, Henry 59 Hall, Marian 33 Hamilton, Sue 103 Hammonds, Bryan 50 Hannigan, Pat 16 Hantel, Hiedi 175 Hardaway, Shelia 59 Harden, Nancy 43 Harman, Robin 43, 90 Harrington, Terri 50, 90, 105 Harris, Debbie 59 Harris, Kevin 43 Hartke, Pam 50, 93 Hartz, Cindy 95 Harvel, Tara 12, 16, 94, 105, 176 Hastings, Becki 59 Havens, Leslie 59, 103 Hayden, Craig 16, 33, 96 Hayden, Sharon 50, 176 Hayes, Alice 33, 1 76 Hayes, Becki 16 Heagy, Marcia 50, 96, 177 Heidbrink, Claire 50, 98, 175 Heller, Marty 105, 165 Hemp, Lisa 177 Hendrickson, Denise 50, 88, 104 Hertz, C. 175 Hewitt, Becki 50, 177 Hitler, Bonnie 44 Hills, Tom 44, 164 Hines, Greg 50, 104 Hinton, Amy 58, 177 Hinton, Christa 16 Hitchens, Doug 165 Hoffman, Kirk 59, 165 Hogan, Brenda 44 Holeman-Shipp, Deb 44 Holtz, Wendy 59 Hooker, Anne 50, 90 Hooker, Tim 44, 92, 100 Hope, Jean 59 Hoppenjans, Julia 33, 176 Hornbeck, Hank 164 Hornbeck, Patty 50, 177 Horneker, Beth 51, 90, 93 Hosier, Bob 16, 95 Hoyle, Bob 59 Huck, Greg 51, 164 Hudson, Tina 1 74 Hug, Carrie 93 Huggins, Brad 59 Hunt, Cheney 165 Hupp, Alan 12, 165 Husemoller, Becki 102, 175 Huslig, Brenda 175 Hutchison, Beth 51. 93 I Icenogle, Mike 51 Ineich, Anne 16, 34. 100. 102 Ingram, Vicky 59 Irwin, Rene 176 Issac, Racheal 34, 88, 90. 93, 104 Issacs, Mark 34 J Jackson, Curtis 51, 98. 104 Jackson, Jill 59 Jackson, Kelly 59, 174 Jacobs, Paula 34 James, Brian 59 Jenkins, Beth 59 Jenkins, Todd 51 Jermoloqicz, Nancy 105 Jerome, Mike 51, 164 Johnsen, Susan 59, 90 Johnson, Donald 51 Johnson, Janice 44, 88, 102 Johnson, Jill 16, 44, 90, 176 Johnson, Mike 34, 92 Johnson, Ray 51, 164 Johnston, Rob 34 Johnston, Terri 59 Jones, Curtis 34 Jones, Scott 59 Jordan, Mindy 60 Junge, Lyle 16, 44, 98 K Kahn, Harold 89 Kaiser, Hiedi 102 Kaiser, Sheri 34, 102 Kampert, Lynn 51, 175 Kampwerth, Dan 60 Kang, John 51 Kapp, Jeff 51, 93 Kareotes, Dena 102, 174 Kay, Brad 51, 164 Keele, Scott 34 Keener, Kevin 51, 164 Kerans, Lori 52 Kerner, Jeff 60 Kesl, Sue 16, 52, 95, 103, 174 Kessing, Tina 52 Kettlekamp, Kirk 52 Killpatrick, Steve 34, 95 Kincaid, Judy 16, 44, 105, 174 Kininmonth, Barb 60, 177 Kirchoff, Pam 52, 177 Kirkland, Missy 44, 102, 176 Kitchell, Glenn 165 Kleeberg, Gail 60, 90, 177 Klein, Karen 34, 175 Klietz, Beth 92, 176 Klinck, Jeff 52, 164 Knaup, Terry 34 Kneller, Todd 60 Knight, Cindy 52, 90, 93 Knowlton, Terry 165 Koch, Laurie 16, 102, 175 Kodjer, Cindy 60, 100, 176 Kooi, Bret 52 Koonce, Mary Ann 34, 44 Kosar, Dave 98 Kramme, Jan 52, 93 Kras, Tom 34, 95 Kraus, Autumn 16, 44, 102, 175 Kraus, Deb 34 Krebs, Ellen 1 74 Krell, Sue 60, 90 Kristofek, Cheryl 60, 90 Kritsas, Terri 35, 102 Krizka, Dave 35 Kuegler, Steve 52, 164 Kuenstler, Mary 52, 93 Kull, Kristi 35 Kuykendall, Ruth 44, 102 Kwilosz, Karen 35 L Labahn, Steve 35 Labedz, John 52 Labedz, Marita 60, 176 Lamar, Jim 16, 35, 96 Lamb, Karen 60 Lambie, Rick 60, 164 Landon, Joe 90 Lane, Lisa 35 Langston, Mark 60 Larkin, Chuck 52, 95 Larson, Connie 60 Lawerence, John 35, 164 Lazarz, Brian 92 Lee, Gerald 60 Lee, Mark 44 Lehman, Steve 35, 164 Leonard, Jodi 1 02 Leonard, Laurie 60 Lewis, Keith 104 Lewis, Rod 16, 52, 94 Lindenmeyer, Mike 90 Lipe, Mike 165 Livengood, Jeff 100 Livingston, Karen 12, 16, 35, 105 Lockenour, Dave 60 Logan, Rod 61, 90 Logue, Tonda 174 Lolling, Kevin 61 Long, Gary 44 Long, Michele 175 Lowe, Cindy 61, 176 Lukoskie, Lynn 61, 175 Lumma, Bridget 61 Lunik, Lori 44, 188 Luth, Mike 61 Lutostanski, John 52, 164 M MacGilvary, Lea Ann 61, 88 Mack, Peggy 61 MacLeod, Laurie 90, 177 Macy, Amy 98 Madden, Tom 52, 164 Maddox, Michele 52, 104 Magnelles, Christina 61, 93, 105 Magro, Mark 165 Main, Cindy 52, 102, 177 Maish, Peg 35, 95, 98, 174 Malavolti, Mary 36, 96, 100 Malo, Michelle 61 Manfredini, Lou 61 Mangold, Lori 16, 44, 90, 94, 102 Mariage, Michelle 174 Marquardt, Paul 16, 44, 164 Martin, Cathi 88 Martin, Laurie 175 Maserati, Lori 52, 174 Mason, Jamie 44 Mathews, Sue 174 Mathias, Doug 44 Maycroft, Pam 36 McCann, Peg 61 McClarey, Julie 36 McClendon, Howell 52 McCloy, Lorraine 44 McDonald, Kevin 44 McDonnell, Karen 45 McFarland, Steve 95 McHugh, Betty 61 McKinley, Michele 36 McKlaren, Lauri 36 McLaughlin, Staci 61, 177 McLaughlin, Amy 36, 176 McNamer, Mark 36 Meehan, Rich 52 Meier, Don 16, 94 Meischner, Richelle 16, 90, 102, 175 Meisenheimer, Lisa 52 Meland, Mike 52, 164 Metz, Dan 16, 45 Miller, Charles 45, 94, 105 Miller, Charles 36 Miller, Corrine 45, 102 Miller, Dave 52 Miller, Don 53 Miller, Janet 45 Miller, Janet 45, 88, 176 Miller, Lou 61 Miller, Missy 174 Miller, Jill 45, 98, 177 Mills, Rod 36 Milner, Monica 36, 89 Minor, Rich 53 Missaghi, Rozbeh 36 Missaghi, Shahrokh 36 Moenck, Tammy 61 Moffett, Michelle 176 Moore, Charles 53 Morris, Cathi 53 Morris, Bill 45 Morris, Laurel 61, 88 Morris, Missy 36, 90, 102, 174 Moses, Nancy 61, 164 Mrowiec, Andy 62, 164 Murdock, Missy 62, 175 Murphy, Patty 53, 88, 90, 174 Murray, Cathi 45, 90 Murray, Coco 62 Myers, T. 16 Myers, L. 174 N 204 Natilini, Claudette 45 Nell, John 45 Nelson, Dave 62 Nelson, Jeff 36 Neville, Tom 62 New, Steve 93 New, Suzanne 53, 93 Newman, Jill 176 Newsome, Rachel 53, 93 Nielson, Lori 95, 177 Noland, Tina 36 Nold, Mary Ann 37 Nowlin, Lori 62 Nuelle, Tina 53 Nugent, Pat 45, 93 O O ' Byrne, Kelly 62 O ' Connor, Mary 37, 105 O ' Dea, Cathi 62, 176 O ' Guinn, Jon 95, 98 O ' Hare, Laurie 53 O ' Malley, Jim 45, 100 Oathout, Kelly 62, 175 Oberhide, Bill 53, 164 Olah, Mary Beth 102, 177 Oliver, Glenda 37 Olsen, Linda Mae 37 Ontiveros, Cathy 103 Orska, Mireya 88 Otrembiak, Mary 62, 176 Overton, Angela 105 Owens, Ann 88 Owens, Beth 45 Pacholski, Lisa 102 Palmer, Cheryl 104 Palmieri, Donna 37 Panfil, Rich 96 Panfil, Gerald 37 Parker, Cindy 45 Parker, Phil 62 Parks, Joel 45 Patton, Craig 165 Paul, Karen 62, 92 Paustian, Paul 37 Payne, Lori 45 Payne, Ron 37 Peak, Stephanie 174 Pearman, Sue 12, 16, 37, 174 Pearson, Ann 53 Pearson, Guy 45, 90, 95 Pearson, Lora 38, 176 Peasley, Michelle 62, 177 Penman, Terri 45, 176 Perry, Christine 174 Perryman, Frank 62 Perryman, Jim 38 Peters, Erin 62, 176 Peters, Tom 16 Peterson, Jodi 62 Pflasterer, Tina 45, 176 Phillips, Rhonda 175 Phillips, Royce 62 Pierce, Dan 38, 98 Pierce, Kari 62 Pilapil, Caroline 45 Pinkpank, Anja 62 Pirtle, Lisa 16, 53, 105, 175 Pitt, Melinda 53, 98, 177 Pittman, Portia 62, 104 Poelker, Tim 53 Poindexter, Bill 62 Polito, Mark 53 Poole, April 53 Porter, Sandra 45, 104 Potje, Maria 45, 98, 177 Powers, Judy 16, 45, 177 Price, Dave 62 Price, Ron 53, 93 Primmer, Lennet 62 Proffitt, Kim 63 Q Quaid, Mike 46, 105 R Rademaker, Brad 90 Rader, Kathy 16 Radke, Jeff 98 Radcliff, Mike 53 Rafferty, Kristi 63 Rarick, Sherri 38 Rau, Charles 46 Reddy, Stacy 38 Redford, Carol 46, 90, 95 Reeble, Dave 38 Reed, Bobbi Jo 46, 90, 174 Reed, Lori 176 Reedy, Carol 16, 46, 103 Reese, Laurie 63 Refine, Debbie 46, 89, 93 Regos, Michele 63 Reissfelder, Tyson 63 Rhoads, Nancy 16, 38 Reinthale, J. 174 Reinthale, J. 174 Richards, Robin 46 Risdon, Mary 53 Roberts, Joe 63 Roberts, Phil 165 Robinson, Maria 38 Rodmaker, Tina 46, 92 Roman, Dave 98 Rose, Kim 175 Rosenberry, Lisa 175 Rosenow, Joni 38 Rous, Phil 53 Rucker, Kathi 38 Ruland, Deb 63, 88, 176 Ruppel, Doris 46, 100 Russel, Andre 53 Russel, Cheryl 53 Russel, Frank 63 Russel, Sandra 38 Ryder, Scott 63, 164 S Sablich, Gerard 53 Salle, Missy 54, 176 Salman, Kristi 38, 174 Sanders, Rod 46 Sands, Joe 46, 92 Sanner, Dawn 63, 90 Santos, Jeff 38, 165 Sarran, Scott 16, 54, 94, 164 Sarver, Dee 63, 174 Saum, Janet 46, 90, 95, 105, 175 Saum, Julie 46, 90, 95, 175 Scheaffer, Jean 12, 16, 38, 95, 96, 105 Schenck, Tom 54, 98, 164 Schilsky, Ann 63 Schlageter, Mary Beth 175 Schmalz, Julie 63 Schmid, Sandy 38 Schmidt, Fred 63 Schmidt, Lori 39 Schneider, Line 54, 164 Schrank, Robert 46 Schroat, Lisa 63 Schuessler, Mitch 39 Schulmeister, Julie 174 Schumacher, Terry 46, 164 Schurman, Mary Beth 54, 174 Sciackitano, Kathie 46, 90 Sculerati, Robin 54 Selby, Janice 39 Selby, Karen 39 Sensenig, Andy 39 Shanahan, Deb 54, 93 Shanks, Stacy 54 Shasteen, Robin 39 Sheppard, Leslie 39, 88, 95 Sheriff, Alan 46 Shields, Joe 63 Shinville, Pat 92 Shook, Lori 63 Shook, Mark 46 Shumate, Ann 54, 176 Shumate, Jeff 164 Siska, Bonnie 63 Slabosz, Cindy 39 Slade, Becky 90, 175 Sleade, Laura 175 Smith, Carol 46 Smith, Jennifer 175 Smith, Pam 46 Smith, Pat 54, 93 205 Smith, Bob 39 Smith, Bob 46 Sober, Scott 94, 105 Sorensen, Eric 54 Southern, Vicki 40 Sparks, Angie 16, 54, 100 Spencer, Holly 103 Sphar, Angie 40, 105 Spires, Dale 40 Springer, Kathy 40, 97 Sromek, Patti 46, 102, 177 Stanton, Joy 46 Stark, Judy 47, 174 Staublin, Patty 177 Steele, Steve 47, 90 Steinheimer, Jeff 98 Stephens, Paul 164 Sterenburg, Cheryl 47, 93 Stewart, Karen 98 Stine, Charles 40 Stine, Cheryl 47 Stollard, Jeff 54, 92, 164 Stone, Karen 16, 40 Strawniak, Bodonna 90 Strawniak, Mary Ellen 40, 88 Stremming, Sue 16, 47, 93 Strieker, Ann 16, 40, 174 Sturgill, John 47 Sweat, Jon 40 Sweeney, Mary 54, 177 Szabo, Sue 54, 88 T Tain, Ginger 40 Tanabee, Nancy 93, 105 Tanking, Diane 54, 177 Tarbell, Patty 177 Taylor, Sue 47 Thiele, Davi 54, 93, 174 Thompas, Daphne 104 Thompson, Dana 174 Thompson, Laura 47, 92, 96 Thorson, Todd 16, 164 Throne, David 40 Tindell, Janet 54 Tish, Danda 54, 175 Toepfer, Jack 40 Tothero, Greg 40 Torkelson, Linda 177 Townsend, Brian 40 Trask, Kathi 47, 90, 176 Trimberger, Jim 54, 90 Turnbull, Karen 88 Twitchell, Michelle 47, 105, 176 U Urfer, Brenda 40 V Vance, Christine 54, 174 Vela, Chris 100 Verdooren, Andy 90 Via, David 47 Viemont, Jeff 47 Vittitoe, Ruth 16, 47, 175 Voris, Steve 54, 98 Voss, Diane 41 w Waddell, Leslie 54 Waggoner, Janice 41 Wahl, Sharon 41 Walker, Diane 41 Walker, Ed 55, 105 Walker, Kim 89 Wallace, Alicia 47 Wallace, Lauren 105 Walton, Darryl 47 Ward, Deb 16, 41, 94, 177 Warkins, Julie 16, 94, 105, 175 Warren, Diane 16, 90, 102, 175 Washington, Yvonne 47, 104 Watson, Amy 176 Watts, John 55 Webber, Jeff 165 Weber, Deb 47 Weinrich, Carol 41, 90, 94, 95, 175 Weiss, Mark 16, 41 Weissenstein, Eric 16 Weller, Sharon 41 Welsh, Elizabeth 55 Wentz, Deb 41 Westcot, Jon 89 Westcot, Ann 47, 174 Whalen, Dennis 100 Whitaker, Jeff 12, 16, 41, 94 White, Jim 55 White, Joe 55, 104 Whitford, Mike 93 Whitley, Sheri 16, 47, 90, 105 w egard, Janine 41, 89 w lcoxen, Dave 55 w Ikin, Barbara 176 w Ikins, Nancy 47, i 75 w lliams, Doug 89 w lliams, Clare 89, 74 w lliams, Steve 55, : 64 w lliamson, Leann 55 w lliamson, Loretta 93 w Ison, Marsha 55 w nkeler, Brenda 16 w nkler, Barbara 47 w throw, Kim 90, 177 w tt, Beth 90 Woodburn, Pam 176 Woodrum, Jim 47 Wright, Craig 55 Wright, Lindsay 41, 89 Y Yada, Eileen 47 Yedniak, Bonnie 16, 41, 94, 102 Young, Connie 175 Young, Nancee 47 Young, Susan 55, 93 Z Zaldumbide, Pat 88 Zelman, John 92 Zywicki, Cindy 55, 93 206 I am . . . Done I am . . . 1983
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