Millikin University - Millidek Yearbook (Decatur, IL)
- Class of 1987
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OP 5 1 Jli dA qJlA ABOVE: " Hey Mom! Look what ue pickec uj) at Jewel! " — t w Women oj ir.iii. LEFl: " I Just love a party. " Mari-Lee Chamhless Dan E. Claahsen Ann Harper Clayton Deanette Louise Cole Barry Kent Coleman Stephen Joseph Coleman Lisa A. Collins Lori Lynn Conlin Carolyn Casey Cox Rohin E. DeGroot Carol Ann Degenhardt Voneda R. Dmault Linda Marie Dmhy Lisa Marie Kosiara William Scott Krepps Steven D. Krizka Christopher John Larson Deatuhi M. McDonald Linda L. Montcalm 16 .SVw or Night at L.S.B.. What a Blast! (Dog (itid the Boners) At Right: " Don ' t yon dare! " (Janet Hanley) Senior pianist Mark Henrikson displays his musical talents Those fun loving Zetas (Angie C, Terri 0., Lisa G., and Pam N.) NOTICE " We hope that ever yone has en- joyed what they have seen so far. This hook is dedicated to the Class of 1987 and we hope that everything up itntil now has paid tribute to them. At the end of the hook you will find a list of all seniors, their hometowns and their degrees. W e would have liked to pic- ture all Seniors hut since that was not possible we do pro- vide the class roll as a remem- brance. Do you recognize this man with the beard and mustache? Yes, much to our dismay, it is Jim Wells, the Senior Class Chairman. " Put that — camera down!! " (Ann S.) IH Armstrong, Leslie A. Bales, Douglas F. Beach, Penny Lee Beaty, Robin R. Becker, Dan W. Beckway, Clark B. Beck with, Robert David Bednar, Charles L. Beer, Kathleen Ann Belk, James 0. Benshish, Michael Alan Bieze, Steven George Bing, Erik W. Brandt, Valerie Louise Brogdon, Stephanie Rae Brown, Eric David Brown, Michael G. Bruns, Lisa Ann Buob, Cynthia J. Cannon, D. Bryan Ciesielski, Denise Lynnette Cline, Carla Jo Clough, Tammy Jo Contarino, Anna Rose Craig, Philip T. Creek, Jodi Cubbison, Beth O ' Lary Cyrulik, Bridget A. J agg, Shirley A. Dammerman, Lisa Ann Darling, Daryle Ann Davelis, Craig C. Decker, Diana Lee Derocher, Christine Ann Dexter, Amy T. DeVries, Gregg M. Donaldson, Jacqueline Renee Dubuque, Renee M. Duffy, Patrick Don Durbin, Debbie D. Dyche, Bill Howard Dy Ning, Kimson Chua Easterly, Tammy Lynn Edmiaston, Debra J. Elliott, Joy Lynn Emerson, Stephanie Anne Etscheid, Dale R. Fergurson, Karen M. Fleener, Linda Lee Fletcher, Scott Douglas Frank, Jim A. Funk, Lloyd D. Gaitros, J. Luanne Gel jo, Debra A. Girard, Keri Glasgow, Brenda C. Glover, Anita M. Gregory, David C. Gretebeck, Ranel Jo Gross, Mary Susan Guin, Joseph G. Hack, Gordon D. Hoffman, Lisa Sue Hoffman, Michelle K. Hoffmann, Paula Ann Hoppenjans, Jeanna Marie Hopper, Christine Marie Hunt, Brian K. Huntoon, John Richard Janota, John Michael Jaskou ' iak, Mary Beth Javois, Louis K. Johnston, Jeff Rush Jones, Robert E. Keith, Erin A. Keller, Paula S. Kemp, Diana Fay King, Harold Robert Krebs, frank H. Lanum, Bruce Randall Lasco, Kristine L. Lewandou ' ski, Mark Liebner, Jean Marie Liles, Lori Ann Loveless, Pamela Lovellette, Alesia C. Luka, Joe Allen Lyons, Mark Ma gee, R. Scott Marshall, Jay H. Marshall, John Hayner Martin, Franklin Lee Maynard, Larry D. McCaffrey, Cari Lane McCurdy III, Ralph V. McKinley, Michael T. Mc Master, Lori M. Messenger, Jennifer Lynn Meunier, Michael Richard Meyer, Joey Minson, Charla D. Magged, Stacey L. Moore, Cody Lynn Morrison, Russell Emerson Myers, Teresa Marie Nash, Melinda M. Neville, Missy L. Norris, Carol Rae 23 Oru ' ig, Paula K. Owens, Doug Eugene Ou em, Michael James Palter, Sue A. Parks, Julie Ann Pavlos, Carole Anne Peak, Sydney B. Peter, Carta L. Pinkpank, Oliver Volker Podlasek, John Carl Ponce, Paul J. Pope, Jeanette A. Procarione, Barbara A. Proske, Anne-Marie Purviance, Don Wayne Radke, Gorden Louis Reed, Laura Sue Richards, Teri S. Ritts, Erin K. Rous, Susan Beth Rue, Tatia Lyn Ryerson, Elizabeth Ellen Schmidt, Leeann G. Scrivner, Thomas Reid Scroggiris, Lori R. Shaner, Mark Robert Shaw, Kammy D. Sheehan, Scott Ct. Sims, Gaye L. Stegman, Karen M. Stiverson, Christopher Michael Swann, Cheryl Lynn Su ' ihart, Kathy M. Taylor, Andrea R. Telford, Brian G. Tschosik, Brian Edward Voeller, Michael T. Walter, Abbie Renee Wasileu ' ski, Michael Andrew Wheeler, Charles B. Whitacre, John Stewart Willis, Charles E. Wilner, Patricia M. Winzer, Donald P. Woodruff, Scott E. Worrell, Martene Ann Wronkiewicz, Christopher John Yarnell, Kim J. Young, Margaret Ann Zackman, Michael G. 25 Caution: Too much schoolwork and you, too, can become a mad, raving lunatic. (Scott Ahaus) Ahh! The sweet ecstasies of homework! (Missy Neville) It s ( hris and Dave, yoii better watch yourself in jiiiblic! Ahlvers, Tahnee M. Alfeo, Scott P. Altig, Diane M. Baker, Michael W. Beats, Kimberly J. Bedrosian, Carrie S. Benjamin, Jeffery D. Benshish, Kenneth J. Bing, Keri L. Bizer, Cami L. Blair, Shannon S. Bland, Connie Jo Bostic, Michelle L. Branham, Pamela S. Brinkmeier, Scott L. Bryson, Steve M. Buetow, Chris K. Burkhalter, Beth A. Caldwell, Sean R. Cannell, Karen C. Carley, Bohette J. Carrasco, Laura J. Case, Robert L. Cates, Keli J. 28 Chamberltn, Steven D. Chambless, Mari-Lee Chupp, Tina R. Colburn, Jane M. Collins, Janet L. Cook, Amy J. Cook, Jeffrey A. Courtney, Lanell A. Cunningham, Michael Cutright, Sherry L. Daily, Stephanie A. Daniels, Kevin E. Darrah, Tracy L. DeGroot, Michael A. Doak, Margaret E. Durbin, Michelle L. Edgar, Laura J. Edmison, Cathi E. Eller, Christina L. Eschman, Judith A. Estes, Sarah E. Evert, Daniel R. Fairchild, Amy L. Feeney, James R. Flowers, Dana C. Foote, Leslie A. Frost, Gail M. Gamache, Christine M. 29 Gilbert, Leslie D. Girard, Brian R. Goode, Genu M. Gorski, Robert L. Grabou ' ski, Sandy Groezinger, Dixie S. Gulick, Martha D. Hamilton, Senta D. Hanneken, Angela J. Hoehne, Jerrisue L. Hope, Paul E. Hopp. Debbie M. Hopper, Michelle A. Hoult, Stacy E. lanni, Michele T. Jacobazzi, Lisa K. Jensen, Kristen E. Johnson, Cathy C. Jones, Karen D. Kastner, Debbie L. Keleher, Amy L. Kerr, Dyanna L. Kinas, Dana A. Kinder, Shelli K. Kta witter, John W. Klendworth, Wendy S. Knohloch, Leah C. Koehler, Wendy J. 30 Koleson, Janet L. Kraus, Lesa L. Kurea Jr., Ronald A. Law son, Shawna R. Leffel, David B. Leibinger, Douglas J. Luttrell, Colleen M. MacPherson, Todd J. Mahoney, Thomas D. Major, Jennifer A. Marchese, Karoline A. Marusarz, Lisa A. Matz, Kevin G. McCalla, Shannon E. McFarland, Dorothy S. McKellar, Margaret A. McLaughlin, Kimberly J. Meyer, Karen A. Monken, Jeffrey M. Natyshok, Susan M. Nelson, Laura L. Niblo, Michelle M. Nicodemus, Joann I. Niebrugge, Ellen M. Nieders, Linda M. Nolen, Donna G. Ongjoco, Mary G. Page, Timothy M. Peoples, Shawne R. Peters, Kristy L. Podowicz, Andrea S. Prell, Wendi L. Prochaska, Karen S. Rakoczy, Jill M. Raudon, Cheryl R. Reid, Pair tea A. Reinemann, Kimberly A. Rhoades, John M. Riggs, Kerri S. Rittenhouse, Christine L. Ritter, Brian J. Rodgers, Aaron L. Ross, Karen M. Sabbert, Kimberly A. Sbragia, Paul L. S cheer, Chad B. Schmidt, Grant E. Schwab, Karyn M. Seifert, Steve R. Shoemaker, Jennifer S. Shofner, Debbie S. Slusser, James T. Smilgius, Amy L. Smith, Jeffrey L. Smith, Sandy L. Smith, Stacey M. 32 Spainhour, Michael T. Steen, Susan E. Stover, Kim S. Stout, Timothy A. Stricklin, John R. Swearingen, Eric L. Tanis, Ellen P. Tanis, Kathryn J, Tipsu ' ord, Missy Tolone, William J. Tracy, Melissa J. Turner, Kevin R. Voss, John B. Wachter, Catherine A. Walejko, Cheryl A. Walls, Kelly D. Walters, Andy B. W ashington, Glen A. Watkins, Dan W. Wegrzyn, Kevin C. Werntz, Scott A. Whalen, William T. Whitley, Erin J, Whitt, Sarah J. Wieland, Ernestine E. Wilson, Kevin S. Wisdom, Denise M. Wiseman, Alisa J. 33 Alexander, James Joseph Alger, Jodi L. Altemus, Holly Elizabeth Arlis, John Armstrong, Tim Ballance, Karen Kay Baker, Lynette Rae Bartolini, Jennifer Beth Beamer, Julie Elizabeth Bell, Jennifer Charmaine Ber gland, Robert P. Berkeley, Gretel Catherine Beyers, Julie Alane Blair, Stacey Ann Blasucci, Victoria Lynne Boren, Craig Dean Boston, Brad Cary Bottorff, Valerie Lynn Bo wens, Tanya Seleen Bracken, Sherri L. Brake, Kohra Ann Brandenburg, Shelley I. Brooke, Lee Vincent Brookhart, Jimmi Wray ■ n ' jfe B B 36 Brown, Jennifer D. Brou n, Jennifer L. Brown, Lisa A. Bruns, Debra Ann Bryant, Ronda James Bullock, Christopher Scott Bush, Lynne Michele Cairns, Lisa Renee Caughlin, Jeanine Marie Cleland, Bartlett Dean Cline, Lewis W. Collins, Carrie L. Coonrod, David Lynn Cox, Mark Allan Coye, Christy R. Cralley, Jeffery Neil Crocilla, Michele Lynn Davis, Amy S. Dawrant, Andy C. Davelis, Diane C. Day, Kenton W. Del Re, Jill Attn DeWerff, Michele A. Dolan, Kathryn Ann Doniek, Carol Anne Durbin, Mary F. Durst, Laura Ann Dusek, Rick Louis 37 Edwards, Jameen E. Elbert, Troy D. Elliott, Jay L. Ely, Janet Marie Euing, Kathryn Ann Fabry, Philip M. Feimot, Philip J. Fletcher, Kathleen A. Fletcher, Tammy S. Floyd, Rick E. Frick, Todd W. Galat, Craig S. Garrett, Patrick M. Geegan, Renee Kathleen Geidner, Christi Marie Genders, Steve E. Grahiec, Georgann M. Gordon, Glenna Jo Gorz, Karin L. Grabinski, Michele M. Grimsley, Britt G. Gruber, John T. Hackbarth, Brian K. Hails, Dana L. Hake, Jennifer Ann Halda, Christina M. Halm, Kathleen M. Hansen, Laura J. Hanser, Kirk F. Harris, Brian L. Harris, Robin M. Harrison, Amy K. Hartmann, Paul Alan Haslett, Tricia S. Hawkins, Bob Thomas Haynes, Samatha Hembrough, Shalyn Sue Hennessy, Brian J. Henry, Angela B. Hensel, Rick E. Hickman, Fredrick L. Holeton, Kevin R. Hollister, Anna L. Holum, Beth A. Hood, Kristen T. Hooper, Tawnya R. Hopkins, Melissa D. Hundrieser, John R. Hunter, Renee L. Impastato, David M. Jackson, Darlene D. Jensen, Kirsten Ann Johnson, Celestine Jones, Jeanette D. Jones, Pamela S. Josefson, Becky J. 39 Kaeding, Amy E. Kanallakan, Brian Joseph Kaulfuss, Lisa Emily Keaton, Sunserrae Keenan, Robert M. Kenn, Lisa Ann Kennedy, Ellis Roy Kent, Carolyn Ann Kiermas, Jeffrey John Kilcoyne, William Joseph Kim, Hee Soo Kim, Taehui S. King, John P. King, Krista Beth King, Lynn Marie Klose, Howard Lee Kubaca, Susan B. Knepler, Thomas E. Knoche, Carol L. Kottke, Jeanne E. Krause, Ron C. Kribs, Paul Andrew Kriewaldt, Joy Ann Kriz, Gary Alan Krusz, Mark A. LaBlance, Sandra Sue Laheber, Stacey M. Langdon, Mike John Laheau, Shelli Lynn Lasswell, Barry E. LeBeau, Dawn Marie Lemke Jr., James E. Lovett, Michelle Marie Malone, Eric W. Mansfield, Mike A. Marietta, Carla Jo Marino, Jenee Lynn Marino, Thomas P. Markussen, Stacey C. Marsaglia, Michael Martin, Kelli Ellen Matuszewski. Lynnette Kay McCaffrey, Heather Le McClure, Dave W. McCormick, Colleen Margaret McCracken, John William McMahon, Elizabeth Anne Mei, Tamra A. Mellmer, Darcy Ann McMonigal, Sean E. Merchant, Deanne Lee Mester, Cynthia Sue Mikyska, Brenda Lynn Monaco, Jill Christine Mong, Megan Alane Morse, Kelly V. 41 Munson, Deanna Ellen Naughton, Brad James Nellis, Bob Patrick Nelson. Jeff J. Niles, Lynelle Ingrid Norris, Raedon L. O ' Donohue, Christine Pacholski, Mike Richard Parkinson, Kristin Ann Pasquesi, Sandy Pellant, Beth A. Peistrup, Dawn A. Pendley, Angela D. Peterson, Troy Edwin Price, Stephanie L. Pritts, Gina Lynn Prusz, Michele Annette Purcell, Jennifer Lee Ramer, Lisa S. Ray, Betty Ann Redondo, Peter Paul Rey, Daniel John Rheeling, Jennifer D. Rich, Tracy Marie Richardson, David E. Riner, Thomas W. Roach, Erin Eileen 42 Rojek, Christopher J. Rolseth, Michelle Ann Rujau ' ite, Richard Joseph Russell, Jessica Anne Rutherford, Theresa J. Salyers, Kamela J. Sangalang, Elizabeth C. Sanno, Lori A. Sansone, Charles F. Savaiano, Tammy A. Scaccia, Frank A. Schade, Paul IF. Schaub, Jeffrey E. Schening, Timothy N. Schotanus, Julie Ann Schrishuhn, Terri Renee Schnarr, Kathleen Marie Scott, Chad E. Shaner, James E. Schwartz, Kai Danielle Seyer, Roger W. Smith, Amy Kathryn Smith, Kristine R. Smith, Vince J. Snyder, Katie E. Speers, Susan Lee Street, Gary Leslie Sperekas, George James Sperry, Phyllis A. Still man, Angie L. Stoops, Connie Lynne Sturdivant, Lome Anthony Sturm, Paul Joseph Swan, Stacey M. Swick, Gary L. Su ' ick, Kelley A. Swindle, Laura D. Swinjord, Emerson Lee Tarn, Karen Taylor, Dianna R. Thompson, Tatia L. Thornton, Kimherly Ann Trill, Teresa K. VanDeVenter, Andrew D. Vaskousky, Dawn M. Vodacek, Troy C. Voertman, Jennifer Vorse, Katrina Maria Walsh, Chris Walter, Adam C. War field. Rich A. Warren, Brad Charles Weathers, Valeria Marie Wells, Cyndi K. Wenzel. Heidi M. White, Linda J. 44 White, Tina Rae Winkler, Darren M. Wilcox, Tracy Lynn W ilson, Angela M. Winters, Rocell J. Wodarczyk, Mark Allen Zamboni, Ann E. Ziauddin, Tasn eem F. Zier, Stephanie Lyn Zinkl, Gregory M. Zuber, Steve C. i 45 - The three ways you know it ' s Millikin, a bright day, happy smiles, and a mohawk! (Julie S., Brian H., and Dana H.) " Home, Friends, and Pooky Bears! " (Kim M., Stella B. and Lynn E.) You uluuiys know a freshman by their bright smiles and " Hello " badge. (Jeauette ]., l awnya H., and l.ynn K.) Smile, You ' re on candid camera! (Jennifer Brown) I r 47 7 ' Ptedlctmt Dr. ). Roger Miller President creasingly valuable. Yon v ulUf,. editi M. Millidek records many of the highlights of the year: The cre- ative and entertaining performances you pro- vided in muse and drama, the success of your athletic teams, the changes brought about by closing center Liberal Arts Hall for renova- tion, the excitement of homecoming, and many other activities. Memories of some of these spe- cific events may slowly fade away with pass- ing time, and you ' ll find your Millidek in- will not, however, forget this year at Millikin. For most of you, there will be similar memories formed in future experiences at Millikin. For the seniors, however, this year has been a milestone. They leave campus indelibly stamped with the mark of their Millikin experiences. The University also has been shaped by each of these seniors, as an image of Millikin is created by the successes and achievements of its students and its alumni. The record will indicate that Millikin University was a stronger institution at the end of the academic year than it was at the beginning. Change is constant, and it is progress that characterizes our University. Thank you for your effective participation. To the seniors I extend my personal congratulations and best wishes for continued success. I encourage you to maintain contact with Millikin and to visit campus as often as your new career will allow. Sincerely. J. Roger Miller President Dr. Ed Acheson Assistant Prof, of Chem. Dr. Arvid W. Adell Prof, of Philosophy Jack C. Allen Dean of Admissions Dr. Karen Anderson Assistant Prof, of Engl. William P. Anderson Associate Prof, of Bio. Elizabeth Barnabee Adjunct Instructor of Music Dr. John Askill Prof, of Physics Wallace Barnett Admissions Counselor Dr. Neil M. Baird Associate Prof, of Bio. Dr. Randall Beck Associate Prof, of Math David Balthrop Instructor of Theatre Denny Benner Associate Prof of Ind. Eng. Dr. Mildred Boaz Associate Prof, of Engl. Susan Bobek Associate Prof, of Nursing Dr. William Bodamer Professor of Religion Deborah Bosley Instructor of Engl. Bryce Boston Associate Director, Admissions James Bowers Jr. Coordinator of Sports Info. Michael L. Braughton Controller Dr. Douglas Brenner Assistant Prof, of Comm. John Britt Assistant Prof, of Computer Merle Chapman Director of Athletics Dr. James Browne Assistant Prof, of Management Paul Choker Assistant Dir. of Vni. Din. Thomas Butler Director of Instructional Res. Susan Cobb Assistant Prof, of Music Tschera Connell Cataloger Cheryl Cohn Assistant Prof, of Econ. Laura A. Cornille-Canady A will lint Dean of Students Dr. Larry Crisler Assoiiale I ' rof. of Smiiilogy Dr. Ralph Czerwinski Assoc. Prof, of Mall) and Comfiulers Barbara Dalheim Adjunct Instructor of Music 50 Amy Facklam Director of Greek Affairs Ken Foster Kirkland Managing Director Dr. William Ferris Professor of French Jack Gaston Prof, of Bus. Admin. Richard E. Ferry Prof, of Education Bruce Gibbons Assistant Prof, of Music Stephen Fiol Associate Prof, of Music Helen Gibbons Instructor of Music Dr. David Golden Profesior of Theatre Arts Dr. Ch arles Hale Director of the Library Kathryne Hoffland Adj. AMi ianl Pro , of Music Josef h Houston V l ' rr lilriil of tlulitll ihfrlolimnl I Dr. Henry Gromoll Jr. Professor of Psychology Guy Haskins Director, Uni. Dining Service Richard Hoffland Prof of Mmn Robert Hower Awoiiiile Pro 0 An James Gross Assistant Prof, of Indust. Eng. Dr. Richard Herman Assist. Prof. 0 Theatre and Com. Dr. Gail Hudson A soii,ilc Pro . 0 ( ' omm Dr. Daniel Guillory Hardy Distinguished Prof, of Engl. Elizabeth Hill Director. R.T.U.C. Dr. Jerald Hunt Assncitilc Pro , of V.diiaitioti 52 Dr. Jo Ellen Jacobs Assistant Prof, of Philosophy Robert Johnson Associate Prof, nf Accounting Lori Keram Residence Hall Director Dr. Randall Kok Assistant Prof, of Chem. Phyllis Jacobs Associate Prof, of Nursing is-. Dwight Jordan Adjunct Instructor of Music James Kettelkamp Director of Admissions Stuart Koop Director, Muell. Computer Cent. Dr. Norman Jensen Associate Prof, of Bio. Marvin Klaven Professor of Art f Wayne Krows Vice President of Advancement Thomas Jensen Admissions Counselor Dr. Jean Jost Assistant Prof, of Engl. i . Deborrah Knerr Associate Dir.. Alum, and Par. Dr. William Lewis Prof, of Education 53 Dr. Anthony Liberatore Associate Prof, of Econ. Dr. Lawrence Lovell-Troy Associate Prof of Sociology Carolyn Likins Adj. Assistant Prof, of Math Donald Luy Assistant Director. R.T.U.C. Mary Jane Linton Assist. Professor of Nursing Peg Smith Luy Director, Alum, and Par. Rel. Tim Littrell Assiitant Coach Judith Mancinelli Adj. Assistant Prof, of Music Robert Mangialardi Adjunct htilruclor of Music Richard Mannu eiler Dean. ' l :l ' or i hool of Bui. and Eng. David Marshall Professor of Accounting Dr. Thomas McQuistion Associate Prof of Bio. Virginia McQuistion Hr rremr I .ihrtirniii Sally Melnik Puhliciliotn Coord Dr. LaVern Meyer Assoc. Prof, of Malh and Comp. Dr. Brian Mihm .Assoiialc Prof of I ' .ngliih 54 James Moyer Instructor of Music Dr. Linda Niedringhaus Dean, School of Nursing Michael W. Pope Financial Aid Gerald Redford Dean, College of Arts and Sci. Douglas Neibuhr Coordinator of Instra. Sports Dr. James Olson Registrar Jeanne Puckett Assistant Director. Fin. Aid Randall G. Reyman Assistant Professor of Music Gu enn Neville Reference Librarian Dr. Richard Pacholski Prof of Fjivliih I Joe Ramsey Assoc. Director of Athletics Kent Richardson Director, University Services Mark Neville Director, Advancement Funds Mary Ellen Poole Instructor of Music Hist. Barbara Redford Media Relations Coordinator James D. St. Jame Instructor of Psychology 55 Rosalyn Schenbeck Amstant Prof, of Music Lynne Snyder Assistant Prof, of Dance Dr. Russell Tiede Associate Prof, of Music Mary Turner Ihrrilnr, liirki ii iuni Patrick Schmiederer Residence Hall Director Larry Sanger Systems Analyst Dr. A. Wesley Tower Dean. College of Fine Arts Daniel Viele hill ' I ' mj iij . u UN II I illy Dr. Gary Shaw Assistant Prof. Music Lin Stoner Assist. Direct.. Admissions Mary Jo Tu[}per Director of AdvLiinemeiit Res. Margaret Voisin " ,mnii Vollcykill ,i,ul Tr.uk ( o,uh Teresa Shepherd Assistant Prof, of Engl. Reginald Syrcle Director. University Rel. Dr. D. Rene Verry Assistant Prof, oj Psychology I Dr. James Watson .luociatc Professor of Peon. 56 Stephen Widenhofer Dr. Harold L. Wilkinson Dr. William L. Williams Dr. Edward Yonan Instructor of Music Assistant Prof, of Bio. Prof of Industrial Erigiti. Associate Professor of Relig. Anthony Young Coach ( Swimming and Tennis ) 57 A iKemortum William L. Kittrell i Professor Kittrell, 55, assistant professor of finance, died March 29, 1987. He joined the Millikin faculty in 1985. Previously he taught at Eastern Kentucky University , Illinois State University, the University of Georgia and South Georgia College. Before beginning his academic career, he was a senior account executive with Thomson McKinnon Securities in New York City for six years and also was a production manager with Canada Dry Bottlers of Florida Inc. He earned bachelor s and master s degrees from Florida State University and had completed course work for a doctorate at the University of Georgia. The following resolution was presented at the April 6, 1987 faculty meeting by Dr. James Watson and was adopted by faculty members. WHEREAS the death of William L. Kittrell on March 29, 1987 has deprived this University of a conscientious and caring faculty member whose research in finan- cial markets was highly regarded by other finance professionals; and WHEREAS Professor Kittrell had the valued ability to make use of his combined academic training and professional experience as a senior account executive with Thomas McKinnon Securities to, in the words of his students, " tell it like it is " in the finance industry; and WHEREAS Professor Kittrell had the kind of quiet courage that allowed him to face considerable adversity without ever decreasing his cheerful countenance or his friendly and considerate manner with students; and WHEREAS Professor Kittrell, in spite of his less than two year presence at Millikin, attracted students who considered him a valued mentor and who will always remember the enthusiasm displayed in his loud booming classroom lectures and the friendliness characterized by his ever present greeting, " Hiiiii, How You Doin " ; Therefore be it RESOLVED that the faculty of Millikin University assembled this sixth day of April, 1 9H7 hereby express to the family their deep sympathy for the loss they have suffered, and direct that a copy of this Resolution under the seal of Millikin University be delivered to them so that they may know and take some measure of comfort in the appreciation for his work that students and colleagues feel. 58 Mrs. Julia Alesii Instructor of Spanish Douglas Phillips Assoc. Prof, of Music Mr. Jon F. Bibb Associate Professor of Marketing Carl Poelker Football Coach Joe Carter Assistant Prof, of Nursing " Dr. J. Graham Provan Professor of History Mr. Donalc Chamberlain Instructor of Music Mr, James Schietinger Associate Prof, of Art Harriett Crannell Assoc. rroj. of rhysical ba. Scott Schiller Instructor of (Zon tyiunicattons Dr. Gordon Forbes Professor Psychology Dr. Ronald Shelton Prof, of Math ana Computer Sciences Mr. Christopher T, Kelton Assist. Prof, of Mustc Mr. Greg Smith Assist, Prof, of Poll, Science Mr. Aldo Mancinelli Professor of Music Dr. Homer A. Smith Jr. ' ' Prof of Chemistry Dr. James McDonald §Assoc, Prof, of English Linda Stevens Assist. Prof, of Nursing Dr. Robert iMclntire Prof, of Pol. Science Deborah L. Taylor Assist. Prof, of Nursing Dr. Robert AlcLeod Assist. Prof, of Physics A Dr. Lee Tichenor Assist. Prof of Bio. Miss Isabel C. Norton Assist. Prof, of Nursing Mr. Phillip Tinch Assist. Prof of Math. Dr. Carol Paul-Merritt Assoc. Prof, of German Dr. Ronald YaDeau Associate Prof, of Music Adjunct Assistant Professors of Music (Not pictured) James Collins David Engleke Ricky Hay don Mary Klott Lawrence Schenbeck Lois YaDeau Academic Affiars (Not pictured) Walter Wessel, Assoc. Dir., Admissions Clare Williams Bur ford, Admissions Counselor Lawrence G. Pauley, Admissions Counselor Christine Williams, Admissions Counselor Thomas Schenck, Kirkland Technical Director Business Affairs (Not pictured) Dorothy H. Smith, Personnel Officer Student Development (Not Pictured) Dr. Marvin Bloomberg, University Counselor David Klepitsch, Director, Career Develop, and Placement 59 The life — all layed back and taking it easy. Games! Karen and Scott keeping busy studying in R.T.U.C. 61 Top left: Cyndi Schnick and Dave Perkins of Game Room Desk fame! Top Right: Is that Janet and Sheila or Cristie and Mary Jo ? Above: What a pair. Debbie Edmiaston and Daryle Ann Darling. Above right: A couple of wild and crazy APO ' ers — Melanie Somercik and Colleen Luttrell. Right: Enjoying the night at Big Blue night at L.S.B. — Scott Krepps, Cathy Zanarini, and Michele Hofman 1 62 We have had people on the staff this year that have had genii tie interest in turning the yearbook into something that could he enjoyed by all. We hope that the standards that we have set ivill continue to improve and that ev- eryone enjoys the changes that have occurred for this Millidek. Millidek staff positions are open to any full time students and it is preferred that students have some past yearbook ex- perience. The staff is divided into the editorial staff which consists of Edi- tor, Assistant Editor, Business Man- ager, Photography Editor and the new position of Greek Editor and all of the general staff positions. Some positions on the staff are full year po- sitions and some are for only one se- mester. Dean Joe Houston serves as the advisor. Left to Right: Gail Frost, Business Manager; Christopher Rojek, Photography Editor; Eric A. Thomas, Editor in-Chief; Vicky Tucker, Greek Editor; and Karoline Marchese, Assistant Editor. Row I: Tracy Rich, Lynn King, Sandy LaBlance, Tasneem Ziauddin, Gail Frost, Karoline Marchese, Victoria Tucker, Karen Ballance, Jenny Letterer, and Lynelle Niles. Row 2: Jill Del Re, Michele Prusz, Brian Hennessy, Joy Kriewatdt, Chrstine Telzrow, Scott Krepps, Greg ZinkI, and Eric Thomas. Row J; Anna HoUister, Christopher Rojek, Angie Hanneken, Barry Lasswelt, Carole Pavlos, Melanie Somercik, and Caria Peter. 64 p. Reid, S. Yordy, M. Scott, S. Christy, C. Bland, L. Hollenbeck, C. Hopper, J. Pope, A. Szczepanski, and S. Cutright. Row 2: B. Yergler, M. Tracy, K. Schwartz, V. Blasucci, S. Blair, K. McLaughlin, D. Etscheid, C. Pavlos, A. Wiseman, and K. Cleveland. Third Row: J. Proud, M. lanni, P. Kegresse, K. Schwab, J. Wells, K. Jones, J. Siwek, D. Stragand, L. Wilkins, and D. Lay. U.C.B. is composed of students and the director and assistant director of the University Center and Stu- dent Activities. The group is re- sponsible for all student activities conducted in the University Center and Sponsors all such school activi- ties as informal dances, ynovies, dinner theatres, coffeehouse enter- tainment, travel and recreational tournaments. President: Lynn Hollenbeck Secretary: Michele Scott Treasurer: Chris Hopper Publicity Chair: Andrea Szcye- panski Special Events: Sherri Christy Films Chair: Connie Bland Travel Chair: Jeanette Pope Advisor: Don Luy The Newman Club provides ser- vices and activities for the Catholic students on campus. Several ser- vices were Sunday mass, confes- sion, van service to Saturday even- ing mass. The social activities in- cluded ice cream social and pizza party. Meetings were held on Wednesday evenings. President: Carole Pavlos V. President: John Szczepanski Secretary: Kinga Ebner Treasurer: Doug Bales Chaplain: Father Carl Kemme Publicity Director: Michele lanni Music Chair: Paula Hoffman Row I: B. Case, J. Szczepanski, C. Pavlos, M. lanni, T. MacPherson, and Father C. Kemme. Row 2: S. Brandenburg, L. Wojcik, J. Siwek, K. Schwab, A. Brandenburg, and B. Bergland. 65 Row 1: T. Philhin, C. Wachter, S. LeBow, A. Contarino, N. Rokosz. Row 2: S. Seifert, S. Sheehan, K. Hockhalter, K. Reinemann, P. Branham, B. Coleman, L. Cornille-Canady , J. Bottoroff, L. Kerans, J. Ernest, B. Evans, P. Schmiederer. Row 3- J. Yockey, D. Becker, C. Berringer, K. Hale, E. Shanahan, D. Phipps, T. Lee, D. Smith, K. Walls, S. Peart, M. Niblo, L. Edgar, D. Rabe. The Resident Assistant is the student staff member on each floor of the dormitories and in the auxiliary houses and halls who are selected for their interest in helping other students as well as for a wide range of experience as a Millikin undergrad- uate. Students are encouraged to call on the resident assistants at any time. They are available to answer questions about the University and the Decatur communi- ty as well as to make referrals to agencies, both on and off campus, which can pro- vide service and assistance in a variety of 0 The Residence Hall Association is an or- ganization, comparable to a student gov- ernment, which promotes unity between the students who live in the residence halls and acts as a liasion between the adminis- tration and residents. The Association can answer questions and look into issues that concern individual residents and resi- dents as a whole. Such issues include food service, campus security, residence hall maintenance, and residence hall policies. One needs only to live in a residence hall to he a member. R.H.A. sponsors R.H.A. week, teeter-totter marathon, blood drives, casino night and the co-sponsor Springfest with U.C.B. to name a few activities. The officers for the J9S6-I987 school year were President Cathi Ed- mison, Vice-President Ted Malecki, Sec- retary Karen Cannel, and Treasurer Ceorge Krebs. Above Row I; S. Sheehan. J. Gordon. G. Krebs, Cathi Edmison, K. Cannell, S. LeBow, H. Su llivan. J. Stricklin. Row 2: E. Gruebel. J. Sclmtanus. J. Eschman. L. Brown. G. Carlson. B. Sangalang. C. Johnson. J. Cralley. Row .i: L. Niles, J. Sanf Hippo, C. Bullock. G. Zinkl, M. Lyons, M. Messenger. C. Buetow. The Millikin Alumni Student Host Pro- gram is designed to foster good relations between alumni and current students. Stu- dents participating in the M.A.S.H. unit are selected by the Alumni and Parent Re- lations Office. They assist the Alumni Board with its various activities surround- ing homecoming, alumni weekend and SummerView as well as Fall Family Week- end. 1 SS2=S Row I: A. Proske, A. Contarino, M. lanni, C. Cline, and C. Johnson. Row 2: D. Groezinger, K. DeWerff, P. Hoffmann, D. Greggerson, andT. Orchard. Row 3 M. DeGroot, K. Hale, J. Hasse, R. Buenzli, and D. Bales. The corps is comprised of outstanding students selected by the Office of Orien- tation and Retention to assist as Uni- versity hosts, particularly during summer registration and orientation, homecoming and other events where many guests are on campus. Those se- lected studetits are to extend informa- tion about the University and its poli- cies, and also have the responsibility of making each guest feel a welcome ad- dition to the Millikin community. 67 The benefits of a DP MA mem- ber are career guidance, field trips, guest speakers, group pro- jects, and workshops (local and regional) all geared toward professionalism and personal improvement in the areas of computer information systems, computer science and other busi- ness major areas. Officers for 1986-87 were Richard Ador- jan, Pre.; Bruce Wilson, V.P.; Frank Krebs, Treasurer; Louis Javois, Sec; and Ron Okpisz, Membership Chairman, At right, R ow 1: Louis Javois, secretary and Kimson Dy Ning. Row 2: Dave Perkins, Frank Krebs, treasurer; Rick Ador- jan. President; and John Britt, Faculty Advisor. « The Orientation Commission is a student-faculty group that serves in an advisory capacity to the Coordinator of Orientation concerning the entire orienta- tion program. The commission ensures integration and con- tinuity in the three phases of the program, including summer orientation and registration, freshman camp, and the orien- tation course. The group chooses the overall Co-chairpersons, se- lects the Freshman Camp coun- selors, and serves as the execu- tive council for Freshman Camp. Students are chosen tlirough the Student Senate peti- tioning process. TIjere are usu- ally two juniors, two sopho- mores, and a freshman who serve on the commission for a minimum of 2 years. At left. Row I: J. Gruhn and J. Frank. Row 2: J. Devore, M. lanni, S. Speers, and P. Tinch, 68 IFC is composed of two subdivisions — Executive committee and the Chapter representatives. Executive consists of President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary; Rush, Social and Publicity Chairmen. The representative body is composed of two elected representa- tives and the president from each mem- ber chapter. The duties of IFC is to develop leadership for the male Greek system, provide a forum for new ideas, offer leadership development work- shops, and assist member chapters in reaching their potential. They also provide services to individual frater- nity chapters that are new or weak, plan and coordinate events within the male Greek system, and plan and co- ordinate joint projects with the Pan- hellenic Council. Row I: David Schade, Public Relation; Travis Johnston, V. Pres.; James E. Wells, President; Craig Davelis, Treasurer; and Cliff Bonds, Rush. Row 2: Dennis Dunleavy, John Ruzicka, Michael Cunningham. William Roth, Todd Neumann, Michael T. Lents. Brothers And Sisters In Christ is a non-denomi- national or ganization which meets weekly to share Bible study, guest speakers, films, and Christian Fellowship. Major yearly activities include a fall retreat, two state conventions, and various on-campus social gatherings. At left. Row 1: Sherry Cutright, Pres.; Stacy Hoult, Sec. Treas.; Winnie S belt on, Ron Shelton, Faculty Ad- visor; Shannon McCalla, V.P. Row 2:CarlaPeter, Connie Stoops, Jerrisue Hoehne, and Karen Can- 69 This organization coordinates the activities of the four sororities and serves as their link to the National Panhellenic Conference. Panhellenic promotes greater unity among women ' s Greek organizations and tries to promote good relations with the non-affili- ated women. At left, some of the women of the Panhellen- ic Council, Row I: Robin Beaty and Deb- bie Roberts. Row 2: Tammy Holt, Vickie Witthoeft, and Megan Mazenko. Inter -Varsity Christian Fel- lowship is a non-denomina- tional organization for cam- pus Christians. IV ' s purpose is to provide an organization which offers opportunities for Christians to fellonship, reach out to the campus, and most importantly to grow as an individual . The large group meets every Friday night; there are also daily prayer meetings and small groups which meet at various times during the week. IVCF also has a full-time staff member. Millikin ' s IVCF is a member of Inter-Varsity na- tionwide and inter-national- ly is a part of International Fellowship of F.vangelical Students. Al right, Row I: K. m son, D. Wrighl. I.iirge Grnul Coordinator; B. C.olenitni, I ' rfui enI: D. Croeziriger, Small Ciroiip ami I ' rayer Meclitig CoorcJinator; M. Rone. Sec. Treas,; A. Zamhoni, ami 1 . Ilcilniiiii. Row 2: P. Kegresse, V. Di-Naiill, L. Pleener, S. Ko s, A. Wakahyashi, N. Hoerner, anil D. Kinas. Row : L. lootc, 7 . Vlecher. I. miner. L. hinh, J. Voss. M. Lyons, B. Pellant, J. C,ri h, ami M. Nihio. In the fall of each year petitions are available for the position of Senior Class Chairperson. The Sr. Class Chair is voted on by seniors only. The chair is re- sponsible for selecting his own committee and his goal is to se- lect people who represent all sec- tions of the campus. These people make up the sub committees which include: Publicity, So- cial, Faculty, Sr. Gift, Fun- draising, and Sr. Prank. In the future years it will be up to these people to contact 1987 alumni about reunions. Members of the Senior Class Committee are, (some of them) Row 1: T. Or- chard, Jim Wells, Sr. Class Chair; B. Boston. Row 2: S. Peart, T. Wells, C. Brenneke, and K. Dugan. Other members not present — M. Reid, L. Hol- lenbeck, S. Cristy, J. J urges, L. Gundy, V. Witthoefft, L. Went- zel, M. Lentz, P. Donelson, S. Mehin,J. Rebman, B. Beamer, and P. Keggresse. S%. ( Ca Committee Row 1: S. Lillpop, B. Carley, S. Stem, R. Winter, T. Velek, Publicity Director; L. Dammerman, Treas.; T. Orchard, Pres.; S. Fletcher, V.P.; D. Williams, B. Barrett, and S. Markussen. Row 2: K. Wilson, J. Gruhn, M. Hopper, L. Baker, L. Cline, E. Hintor, S. Edwards, M. Baumann, J. Bell, and L. Cornille-Cannady , Advisor. Row 3: A. Wakabyashi, T. White, C.Johnson, E. Tanis, L. Neslon, G. Swick,J. Moser, M. DeGroot, J. Frank, S. Parks, J. Koleson, and D. Waller. The Millikin Uni- versity Student Seriate is an orga- nization with widespread inter- ests and involve- metit. With repre- sentatives from commuters and housing units (aux- iliary, Greek, non- Greek), the Senate represents the en- tire Millikin stu- dent community in such issues as secu- rity on campus, the university alcohol policy, tuition in- creases, and other university regula- tions. More routine actions include the allocation of money to student organi- zations, the election of students to var- ious campus posi- tions, and repre- senting the views of students with the administration. Student Senate is also the sponsor of the student Book Sale at the begin- ning of each semes- ter. Row 1: Judy Eshman, Carolyn Norris, Amy Thachery, Rhonda Proffitt Row 2: Kelly Walls, Gwin Harris, Amy Smith, Lori Finney M Award Given annually to the senior male and female who has contributed the most to the athletic program at Millikin University Marc Daniels Jennifer Fisher i i Football Most Valuable offensive player (on the scout team) Chet Strzelczyk Most valuable defensive player (on the scout team) Larry Maynard All conference selections — first team Tim Howell — linebacker Jeff Query — wide receiver Conrad divers — tailback Andy Boehme — offensive tackle Andy Hastings — place kicker and punter Marc Daniels — free safety All Conference — 2nd team Kip Crandall — center Aric Anderson — Senior defensive end Don Stephens — corner back 72 Individual Sports Volleyball Most Valuable Susan Aide Receiving third 6 all-CClW honors Shelley Brandenburg Women ' s Cross Country Most Valuable Karen DeWerff Most Improved Kinga Ebner Men ' s Cross (Country Most Valuable Bob Bergtand Most Improved Tim Stout Women ' s Tennis Most Valuable Jenny Parks 4th at No. I singles Laura Hutchings .ird at No. 3 singles Meg McKellar .ird at No. 6 singles Sue Palter 4th at No. 1 doubles Laura Hutchings and Jennifer Fisher 4th at No. 3 doubles Sue Palter and Aundrea Beschorner Men ' s Tennis Most Valuable Jeff Johnston . = _ Most Improved Arlyn Poppen Wrestling Most Valuable Kip Crandall Most Improved Matt McDonnell Winning CCIW titles and Qualifying for the NCAA Division III Championships Kip Crandall Matt McDonnell Steve Elledge Women ' s Basketball Most Valuable Queen Dickerson Men ' s Basketball Most Valuable Bart Barnes and Brian Horst Most Valuable — JV Eric Sauer Best Defensive Player Brian Horst Leader in Field Goal % Cleo Johnson Women ' s Swimming and Diving Most Valuable — Swimming Maggie Young Most Valuable — Diving Kathy Hagedorn Most Improved Collen McCormick Team Leadership Wendi Prell Qualifying for NCAA Division III Championships Maggie Young Michelle Bostic CCIW Champions Maggie Young Michelle Bostic Kathy Hagedorn Men ' s Swimming and Diving Most Valuable — Swimming Rodney Miller Most Valuable — Diving Brian Hunt Most Improved Ron Kurza Team Leadership Pat Duffy NCAA Division III Championships Rodney Miller Ron Kurza Pat Duffy Jim Slusser Peter Redondo Grant Schmidt National Meet Relay Teams 400 Freestyle Rodney Miller Ron Kurza James Akin Bryan Kramer 800 Freestyle Rodney Miller Ron Kurza Pat Duffy Grant Schmidt 400 Medley Rodney Miller Ron Kurza Grant Schmidt Peter Redondo Women ' s Track Field Most Valuable Jennifer Fisher CCIW track meet place winners Jennifer Fisher Cyndi Wells Hallie Pie rceall Diane Hardy-Wauchope School records set Sunny Keaton (2) Cyndi Wells Judy Eschman Beth Brown Men ' s Track and Field Most Valuable Jeff Query Outstanding Performance in Track Jeff Query Outstanding Performance in Field Gregg DeVries Dedication and Contributions to the Track pro- gram Jon Rebman Softball Most Valuable Jennifer Brown Best Bat Paula Keller Best Glove Nancy Robinson Best ERA Jennifer Brown All-CCIW South Division Selections Jennifer Brown Paula Keller Nancy Robinson Diane Sevits Robin Harris Honorable Mention Erin Whitley Terri Ashley Baseball Most Valuable Marc Daniels Most Improved Mike Foote " Rookie of the Year " Ben Davis Golf Most Valuable Brad Weishaar Most Improved Mark Beck 73 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national orga- nization of male students who have selected music as their profession or otherwise are actively engaged in the advancement of music in the community. The group ' s aims are to further the cause of music in Amer- ica, to create true fraternal spirit among its members, to aid students of music, and to give loyalty to the school. Phi Mu Alpha gives recitals featuring American music and holds joint recitals with Sigma Alpha lota, the women s music sorority. Students elected to membership must have a 2.0 GPA to be initiated. At right, some of the members of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Row 1: M. Spainhour, Treasurer; P. Hope, Fraternal Education Officer; P. Hash, President; G. Zinkle, Secretary; and F. Tieri, Warden. Row 2: J. Copen, A. Wal- ters, T. Peterson, A. Breur, and D. Lei- binger. Row 3: J. Cralley, J. Nelson, K. Daniels, D. Cannon, and S. Werntz. Miss- ing from the picture were J. Feken, M. Lyons, Vice-Pres.; D. Ashcraft, D. Ste- pansky, and P. Gritton. Sigma Alpha lota is a national profes- sional music fraternity for women. SAl is an active group on Millikin ' s campus, boasting about 40 members. The purpose of the organization is to raise musical standards among women at Mil I i kin and to promote interaction between its members who share a commitment to music. SAl also offers many perfor- mance opportunities to its members. These opportunities include perfor- mances at chapter programs and alum- nae functions. Pictured at Left, the Women of Sigma Alpha lota, Row I: J. Madsen, J. Marino, R. Norris, and A. Davis. Row 2: P. Hoffmann, R. Micha- lowski, S. Whitt, Vice-President; A. Contariuo, President; L. Knobloch, Corresponding Secretar y ; and L. Maurizi. Row 3: R. Ball. C. Edmison. J. Crawford, M. Stillman, V. Brandt, and A. y.aniboni. Row 3: L. Ramer, C. Swann, P. Merchant, L. Goethe, M. Mong, VI. Anders, and C. Doniek. 74 The Music and Entertainment Indus- try Educators Association is an orga- nization open to all Millikin students, no matter what major, who exhibit a desire to further the aims of the orga- nizations. M.E.I.E.A. has four main purposes; I ). To associate with people involved in the music and entertain- ment industry , 2). To increase educa- tion in the music industry through extracurricular means such as guest speakers and industry conventions, 3). To serve as a forum for sugges- tions on the music industry curricu- lae, 4)- To help discover new intern- ships and career opportunities in the music industry. The Music and En- tertainment Industry Educators As- sociation meets bi-monthly through- out the school year. Row 1: K. Beer, K. Bing, M. Anders, S. Ahaus, Treas.; and R. Michalowski. Row 2: D. Leibinger, Jr. Board Member; P. Hope. Soph. Board Member; L. Denby, Secretary; M. Benshish, V.P.; B. Telford, President; and G. West, Sr. Board Member. Row 3 D. Evert, K. Debits, J. Edwards, J. Donaldson, K. Matz, and M. Yonan. Row 4: J. Marino, C. Sansone, K. Daniels, M. Keller, J. Copen, B. Warren, and M. Lewandowski. ' Tft.S. ' HS- The Music Educator s National Conference is an organiza- tion that is open to all majors, but places an emphasis on the music education field. M.E.N.C. sponsors both social and educational programs. Their social programs include activi- ties such as their Halloween Party and their all-campus spring picnic. The educational programs include guest speakers from the music education field. M.E.N.C. is a na- tional organization. The Music Educator ' s National Confer- ence attends the Illinois Music Educator ' s Association s All State Conference each year. At Left, some of the members of M.E.N.C, Row 1: Angela Henry, Secretary. Row 2: R. Robinson, Program Chairperson; Leah Knobloch, Paula Hoffmann, Tim Page, President; and in the back is Troy Peterson, Treasurer. 75 Alpha Phi Omega is a national ser- vice fraternity for men and wom- en. It is open to all full time Millikin students who enjoy helping others. The fraternity operates on the prin- ciples of Leadership, Friendship and Service. A. P.O. builds leaders and friends by getting involved with service projects on and off campus. Some of their activities have been working with Easter Seals Society of Macon County, Clean up Decatur project, Ethnic Fest, visiting the elderly and tutor- ing area children, to name a few. The chapter made a strong show- ing, and had a lot of fun doing it, at sectionals at U. of I. They except pledges at the beginning of each se- mester and there are new officers voted in twice a year. Row 1: C. Luttrell, 1st V.P. elect; M. Somercik, Historian elect; C. Johnson, Sec. elect; P. Orwig, Sarg. of Arms Treas. elect; L. Black, Treas.; J. Blomherg, Pres.; E. Thomas, 2nd V.P. Pres. elect; P. Hoffmann. 1st V.P. Fellowship elect; P. Beach, Communications; P. Frank, Sec; C. Walejko, Sarg. of arms elect; and S. Krepps, 2nd V.P. elect. Row 2: A. Hollister, S. Daily, D. Munson, M. Rolseth, T. Flecher, V. Weathers, Pledge Treas.; K. Schwab, Pledge Pres.; L. Courtney. Pledge V.P.; L. Nieders. Pledge Sec; C. Wheeler, L. King, and J. Edwards. Row 3; K. Marchese, D. Stragand, L. Nelson, T. Ziauddin, D. Wisdom, L. Bush, S. VCoodruff, P. Branham, K. Reinemann, T. Wieland, G. Sims, T. Hooper, D. Kerr, and D. Claahsen. Row 4: P. Woodruff, S. Cutright, K. Cannon, M. Chambless, S. McFarland, L. Wojcik, C. Rittenhouse, C. Johnson, D. Shofner, N. Hoffman, and R. Morrison. Row 5 L. Matson, M. Brown, L. Ramer, J. Siwek, J. Hoehne, B. Lasswell, J. Jones, L. Wilkins, and T. White. 76 Alpha Lambda Delta is a fresh- man-sophomore national society honoring high scholastic achieve- ment. Those students receiving a 3.5 cumulative G.P.A. for the first semester or the first year are eligible for membership. On the local level our initiates serve as active mem- bers of the organization during the sophomore year. For the past five years group members have volun- teered to serve as tour guides for prospective students and their fam- ilies for the Admissions Office. Group activities and responsibilities change each year as the group de- termines. Pictured at right. Row I; J. Det ' ore, Ad- ministrative Liaison; K. Turner, V.P.; D. (iroezinger, Treas.; M. Culick, Sec; J. I w.vi, Pres.; K. McLaughlin, Editor; L. Wojcik, Historian; J. Hand, Jr. Advisor; and P. Tinch, Faculty Advisor. Row 2; J. Collins, K. Cannell, B. Shriver, L. Nieders, L. Nelson, E. Niehrugge, M. lanni, and K. Bing. Row i: D. Shofner, . Stricklin. S. Brinkmeier, K. I ' anis, S. Edwards, and E. lanis. ATD is a profession- al fraternity which limits its membership to a specific field of professional educa- tion, in accredited colleges and univer- sities offering courses leading to a recog- nized degree of BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing). ATD promotes professional competence and achievement. Mem- bership is open to all nursing majors be- ginnig their sopho- more year, and who have a minimum GPA of 2.5. Row I: Jennifer J urges, Cristie Hlawek, Nancy Hoerner, Treas.; Mindy Bone, Sec; Katie Bezak, President; Don Purviance, V.P.; Karen Cannon, and Kim Yarnell. Row 2: Stephanie Brogdon, Joy Elliott, Debbie Morris, Robin DeGroot, Laurie Hazlet, Carrie Komora, Denise Reeder, LeeAnn Schmidt, and Penny Beach. The Physical Therapy-Oc- cupational Therapy Associ- ation averages about three meetings a semester and plans various activities to learn more about physical therapy and occupational therapy. The organization is open to all students interested in the health profession, espe- cially physical therapy and occupational therapy. Fac- ulty advisor is Dr. Neil Baird. At left. Row I: K. Minor, R. Harris, L. Hutch- ings, V.P.; T. Wilner, Pres.; S. Rous, Sec; K. Schwab, L. Nelson, and J. Siwek. Row 2: J. Letterer, T. Rich, S. Palter, S. Smith, E. Nie- brugge, L. Carrasco, and J. Russell. Row 3; L. Bush, C. Hopper, C. Peter, J, Kier- mas. Dr. Baird, S. Schnick, S. McCalla, C. Stoops, and M. Doak. 77 4 0 0 0 0 The American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers is a professional or- ganization on the Millikin campus for all engineers (Industrial and Welding) interested in learning about the professional world of en- gineering. The purpose of this or- ganization is twofold. First, the or- ganization enhances the under- graduate ' s education by keeping him or her informed of the techno- logical advances in engineering through speakers and plant tours of industry all over the state of Illi- nois. Second, the Institute is a great way for people to meet other engi- neering students who most probably have had the same class as other Engineering students and can give pointers on how to get that A. At left. Row 1: J. Gross, Advisor; J. Marshall, Treas.; S. Byers, Pres.; S. Coleman, V.P.; K. DeWerff, Sec; and W. Williams, Chairman of Development of Engineering and Management. Row 2: G. Jan- sen, S. Palmer, S. Capps, J. Perry, B. Cannon, andT. Martin. Row 3: E. Kennedy, T. Conreau, M. Free- man, M. Daniels, P. Taylor, S. LaBlance, and P. Yocum. The role oj the American Welding Soci- ety is to advance the science and technol- ogy oj welding, and to promote the ap- plication oj this technology hy distribu- tion oj injormation and through educational activities. The society trys to provide guidance and service to their members, career development and training opportunities, technology trans jer through publications, meetings, and other means, and encourage weld- ing research, primarily through cooper- ative ejjorts with others. At right, Row I: Steve El ledge, Paul T aylor , and Ke- vin Stump. Row 2: Tim Stout and Wil- liam Roth. 7H Millikins Student Education Associ- ation is an organization for those stu- dents who have chosen or are consid- ering a career in education. The aim of S.E.A. is to help encourage, sup- port, inform, and educate future teachers. Several programs are pre- sented each semester featuring profes- sionals speaking on such topics as ex- ceptional children, child abuse, moti- vation within the classroom, and the experiences of the new teacher. Above, Row 1: Martha Gulick, Publicity co-chair; Amy Runkle, V. Pres. Erin Ritts, Pres.; Angie Branden- burg, Publicity co-chair; and Julie Blomberg. Row 2: Cari McCaffrey, Tammy Fletcher, Tina White, Bob Ber gland, Michelle Hoffman, and Gaye Sims. A national honor society for English ma- jors and minors which provides opportu- nities to engage in thought stimulating ac- tivities with students and faculty members, and encourages scholarship in English. It was founded at Millikin in 1983 with Dr. Richard Pacholski as the advisor. At heft. Row I: Carol Degenhardt, Historian; Tom Velek, President; and Deanette Cole, Treas. Row 2: Dave Wright, Sue LeBow, Laura Matson, and Brian Beamer. 79 Row 1: Eric Su enson, Matt Fleming, Ted Malecki, and Brian Tschosik. Row 2: Lee Klose, Rhonda Rhead, Patty Reid, and Melody Anders. The Millikin Marketing Association is a pro- fessional business organization open to all stu- dents who hold a major in the Tabor School of Business. The Millikin Marketing Association brings speakers from different career fields from local area businesses in to their meetings to describe their profession and answer any questions held by the members. The Millikin Marketing Association also works to complete different marketing projects. The organiza- tion ' s activities are funded through the orga- nization s fund raisers which are run by the members. The Millikin Marketing Association provides an opportunity for business students to receive professional experience in the busi- ness world. Rho Lambda is a national honorary society for Greek Sororities. Members must be of a junior or senior standing have a grade point average of at least 2.3. All members must be full time students and must have been initiated members of their house for at least one year. Membership is based upon the qualities of leadership, performance, and loyalty. Rho Lambda is a member of the National Panhel- lenic Society. At right, some of the women of Rho Lambda, Row 1: T. Holt, V.P.; S. Bright, and C. Degenhardt. Row 2: C. Proud, C. Brennecke, President; T. Orchard, Secre- tary, and S. Ebbert. Row 3 L. Kimbrel, Treasurer. Wom- en selected for membership into Rho Lambda in the spring of I9H7 were: R. Beaty, K. Camillo, C. Cox, S. Cristy, T. Easterly, J. Elliott, D. Glow, J. Halemeyer, J. Hand, L. Hoffman, B. Holmes, C. McCaffrey, J. Moser,J. Pelkey,J. Pope, and M. Scott. 80 Alpha Kappa Psiis a nation- al business fraternity open to Tabor School of Business and Engineering students with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 who have completed 1 2 semester hours. Alpha Kappa Psi offers the unique opportunity to meet persons in the business world. Guest speakers discuss career goals, interviewing tech- niques, the professional wardrobe and many other topics which interest pro- spective business persons. In addition to speakers, AKPsi sponsors tours to various in- dustrial plants. Not only does AKPsi open professional doors, it also provides for so- cializing among the other professional business groups on campus. Row 1: M. Zachman, Treas.; B. Boston, V.P. of Membership; D. Bales, V.P. of Membership Performance, R. Buenzli, President, M. Shaner, Historian — Ritual; M. Worrell, Secretary; D. Reynolds, Chairman — Professional Activities, and B.J. Pierce, Chairman — Publicity and P.R. Row 2: K. Turner, J. Voss, J. Sanders, T. MacPherson, F. Krebs, and G. DeVries. Row 3; K. Hockhalter, D. Flowers, K. Marchese, P. Frank, M. Durbin, and C. Walejko. Alpha Epsilon Delta is pri- marily an honor society. However, from the begin- ning, it has had an educa- tional objective — to stimu- late an appreciation of the importance of pre-profes- sional education and to pro- mote contact between pre- professional students and es- tablished health professionals . An active member of A.E.D. is a stu- dent who has completed at least three semesters of pre- professional work with the minimum scholastic require- ments as described in the Constitution, who has been initiated into the Society by an active chapter, paid the national membership fee and has been enrolled in the offi- cial records of the national office. At left: Row 1; T. Jones, Historian; S. Lillpop, Pres.; C. Proud, Sec. and E. Shanahan, Treas. Row 2: L. Dammerman, N. Rokosz, D. Ciesielski, and T. Lee. Sigma Zeta is a national honorary organization limited to outstand- ing students of mathematics and science. Members must present a paper on some phase of science, and must maintain a 2.75 cumulative grade point average with a 3.0 average in science courses. At right, Row 1: John Taylor, Car a Proud, Chris Hopper, President; Susan Rous, Treasurer; and Steve Chamberlin. Row 2: Steve Lillpop, V.P.; Melissa Tracy, and Harold Wilkinson, Advisor. Row I : E. ianis, Director of Memhershij}; K. funis, Director of Publicity; A. Lovellette, newsletter; B. Procarione, Director of Ser- vice Project; J. Po e, Sec.;L. Hollenheck, Pres.; A. Po )pen, Treas.; L. McMaster, Newsletter; M. Neville, Alumni Director; unc M. Reed, V.P. of Communications. Row 2: S. Slapak, M. lanni, C. Wcilejko, M. Tipsworcl, K. Marchese, D. Gregerson, S. Woodruff, ), lieuion, and N[. Voeller. Row M. Reeve, A. Younker, L. Hoffman, K. Girard, C. Luttrell. J. Luka, S. Finke, C. Larson, L. Liles, J. llofilfenjans, and L. Pleener. The National Association of Accountants is a new club on campus. NAA was formed by account- ing students last year and began with 89 chapter members. NAA is open to all full-time students. NAA offers a variety of programming to its mem- bers including education- al, social and service pro- grams. The educational programs consist of monthly speaker meetings on various business topics. Social programs are also planned which include trips to Cardinal baseball games and bowling. Fi- nally, service projects are also planned which in- clude a Volunteer Assis- tant Program and volun- teer work for United Way. 82 Phi Sigma lota is a national orga- nization honoring outstanding achievement in the field of foreign language including classics, lin- guistics, philology and compara- tive literature. Student and faculty members are eligible for selection as members if they are currently enrolled, pursing a foreign lan- guage major, maintaining a 3.0 G.P.A. and have completed at least one course in a foreign lan- guage at the third year level. Members of Phi Sigma Iota: Row 1: Kathy Harry, President. Row 2: Julia Alesii, Faculty Advisor and Lor i Morgan, Secretary. Row 3: Beth Barrett, Chris Buetow, and Kinga Ebner. Another officer not available for the picture was Gaye Sims, Vice President; due to her studying in France for the se- mester. We are sorry, but there was no information in our files on Phi Kappa Phi. If you are interested on what the organization is all about please contact any of the follow- ing members. Row 1; John Taylor, Susan Rous, and Steve Lillpop. Row 2: Dr. Hoffman (President), Melin- da Bone, Jessica Mad sen, Joyce Doebler, and Car a Proud. Row 3: Mike DePauw, Norman Jensen, Larry Lovell-Troy, and Renee Verry. Row 4: Dr. Ferry, Dr. Provan, Dr. Wilkinson, Dr. Allen, and Jan Devore. Alpha Psi Omega is an honor- ary dramatic fraternity open to all students. Persons qualify through participation in theat- rical productions. PRESIDENT: Lisa Kosiara BUSINESS MANAGER: Dorlisa Martin ADVISOR: Richard Herman ROW 1: R. Ball, S. Werntz, M.J. Marzilli, V. Brandt, F. Scaccia, ROW 2: A. Arms, D. Simmons, D. Martin, E. Suearingen, L. Kosiara, C. Geidner, ROW 3: J. King, K. Gorz, R. Herman, K. Stover, J. Caughlin, MISSING: C. Eller, L. Apperson, K. Smith. B.E.A. 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 pursu- ing black education and culture enrichment, orienting black stu- dents to the area, protecting them from discrimination, serving the black Decatur community, and observing black holidays. Member- ship is open to all Millikin students. PRESIDENT: Jameen Edwards V. PRESIDENT: Diana Kemp SECRETARY: Pamela Loveless TREASURER: Denise Wisdom SGT OF ARMS: Cleophas John- son, Jr. ROW I; A. Scales, P. Loveless, J. Edwards, D. Kemp, E. Gibson II, ROW 2. C.Johnson Jr., S. Haynes, C. Johnson, D. Wisdom. The Environmental Affairs Council is a group of students and faculty who share a concern for improving the environment. E.A.C. works with community organizations such as Op- eration Wildlife and the Natural Heritage and Wildlife Foundation of Macon County. E.A.C. also holds trips canoeing, horseback riding and camping. The Environmental Af- fairs Council also holds recycling drives throughout the year. Row I: Steve Lillpop, Treas.; Carrie Keifer, Pres. elect; Jon Rebman, Pres.; Jill O ' Connell, Sec; and Mike Mansfield, Treas. Row 2: Tawny Jones, Thomas Lee, John Marshall, Tim Stout, Scott Brinkmeier, and Sharon Peart. The American Chemical Society student af- filiate chapter is an organization for chemis- try majors and for those interested in appli- cations of chemistry in any field. A.C.S. ac- tivities include films, guest speakers, tours of area industries, and an annual cookout. Membership in A.C.S. helps students establish contacts that are important in finding em- ployment or pursuing graduate study after leaving Millikin. Pictur ed: Row I: Ed Ach- eson, Advisor; Cindy Brennecke, Sec; James E. Wells, Treas.; John Aaron Taylor, Pres.; and Lisa Dammerman, V. Pres. Row I.- Thomas Lee, Scott Fletcher, Melissa Tracy, Steve Chamberlin, Steve Lillpop, and Debbie Shofner. Honors and Aware For the next few pages we would like to honor all of the students and faculty that h Is n ave received honors or awards throughout the school year. These pages are full of several awards that were presented at sports bancjuets and the a nnual convocations. Some listed honors and awards were obtained through The Third Degree — the faculty newspaper. We realize that this list is not complete but hopefully we have covered a great dea l1 of them. Congratulations to all of you. college Or Arts and sciences BehavioYal Science Aw ard Clyde Dennis Award Alpha tpsilon Delta Award Chemical Rubber Company Prize Sherryl A. Mallory Cara E. Proud Steven T. Lillpop Rebecca J. Josefson Carl and Lucile Weatherbee American Institute Dr. and Mrs. William F. Albert T. Mills Prize of Chemists Award Henderson Prizes Chemistry Prizes Teresa L. Orchard John A. Talyor John A. Taylor Lisa A. Dammerman Cynthia D. Brennecke John and Ula Leighty Scott D. Fletcher Dr. Everett J. Brown Prize Research Awards Phi Delta Kappa Prospective Conant Society Achievement Award Kathryn R. Dolan Teacher Award Steven T. Lillpop Judith M. Madura Rev. Robert S. and Doris Martha D. Gulick Lynette Y. McBride Thomas G. Velek Stewart Prize in Religion Darin K. Via Department of Foreign Languages Margaret Burkhardt Harold R. King Linguistic E.xcellence Award Johnson Prize Department of Foreign Stacy E. Hoult Lori K. Morgan Languages Literary Criticism Prize Dr. and Mrs. WJ. Katherine Wagen seller Award Kinga E. Ebner Darby Prize David C. Wright R. Scott Musgrave College o f Fine Arts School of Music Dean ' s Pi Kappa Lambda Outstanding Society of Pi Kappa Society of Pi Kappa Lambda Honor Award Senior Award Lambda Memberships nonor eriijicaies Lisa M. Maurize Jessica L. Madsen Douglas L. Ashcraft Cathryn E. Edmison Linda M. Denby Joel E. Edwards Wilna Moffett Award Presser Scholarship Jessica L. Madsen Phillip M. Hash Stephanie R. Samford Lisa S. Ramer Jessica L. Madsen Douglas L. Ashcraft _ . Ben Wand Prizes Sigma Alpha Iota Joan Grahou ' ski Dr. L.C. McNabb llOflVT KjiTl i 1 1 L u li Memorial Aivard Memorial Awards Trudie L. Petersen Karen L. Olson Linda M. Denby Lisa M. Kosiara Scott A. Werntz Lani K. Apperson Deborah L. Simmons Winifred St. Clair Mary B. Merris Award Minturn Award Alice llerren Ayars Aivard s l orolhy Sellers Art Awards Hrian H. Santos Linda M. Denby Douglas L. Ashcraft Sharon K. Matusiak Jessica L. Madsen Hilda R. Wiesenmeyer School of Nursing Decatur Memorial llo ir al Award Maion County Mcdiial Auxiliary Award Dorllhi ' . Hcaii Nursing Award Paula S. Clark Hirshfcld Stephanie K. Urogtlon Doris L. Earl Tabor School of Business and Engineering Gien Smith Award Ruth J. Stewart John H. Crocker Memorial Awards Dale R. Etscheid Richard A. McKirahan Melissa L. Neville Central Chapter of Illinois Society of Certified Public Accountants Award Lori M. McMaster George P. Wilson Memorial Fund Awards Freshman — Brian K. Lockwood Sophomore — Steven A. McKenzie American Society for Quality Control John Henry Award Stephen J. Byers Sangamon Valley Chapter of the National Association of Accountants Jerry W. Benton Melissa L. Neville Millikin Women ' s Association Awards Stephanie R. Brogdon Anna R. Contarino Lisa A. Dammerman Judy M. Hand John R. Huntoon Paula S. Keller John H. Marshall Sue A. Palter Susan B. Rous Amy J. Runkle Kevin S. Wilson Glen Smith Scholarship Award Paula S. Keller Wall Street Journal Award Brian E. Peoples Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship Award Karin E. Hockhalter Data Processing Management Association Award Brian E. Peoples McGee- Howard Award Peter A. Yocum Major Thomas G. Storey Citizenship Award Marc P. Daniels Magna Millikin National Bank Awards Senior — Scott Harmon Junior — Kevin S. Wilson Sophomore — Kevin R. Turner Freshman — Patrick M. Garrett University Awards Daniel J. and Elinor Gage Student Activities Award Pamela E. Kegresse Walter Witt Award Paula S. Keller Ralph and Ellen Allan Big Blue Awards Sophomore — Jeffrey L. Query Junior — Susan Parks Peat Marwick Main Prizes Aundrea S. Beschorner Beth A. Boarman Deborah L. Gregerson Lynn M. Hollenbeck American Institute of Plant Engineers Awards Karen F. DeWerff David E. Rupert Paul R. Winn Memorial Scholarship Karin E. Hockhalter American Marketing Association Association Outstanding Marketing Student Awards Randal J. Buenzli — St. Louis Chapter Thomas P. Kane — Central Illinois Chapter Alpha Lambda Delta Senior Book Award Lynn M. Hollenbeck Omicron Delta Kappa Dr. J. Roger Miller Leadership Award Teresa L. Orchard Honoraries Alpha Lambda Delta Senior Certificates (Certi- ficates awarded to members of the society who have maintained a 3.5 grade average for four years) Teri Ashley Aundrea Beschorner Lynne Black Melinda Bone Stephanie Bowman Noel Copen Linda Derby Michael DePauw Joyce Doebler Mathew Fleming Susan Frank Deborah Gregerson Lisa Gundy Christie Hlawek ' Karin Hockhalter Lynn Hollenbeck Tamara Holt Laura Hutchings Lisa Kosiara Thomas Lee Jessica Madsen Megan Mazenko Deanna McDonald Teresa Orchard Lynda Phillips Cara Proud Jon Rebman Stephanie Samford Susan Talbott John Taylor Allen Wakabayashi NOTE: The Sports Awards will appear at the end of the book. Space did not allow for us to put them on these pages. Alpha Lambda Delta Lynette R. Baker Robin G. Ball Julie Beamer Robert Bergland Julie Beyers Oaig Boren Arthur Breur Margaret Brown Karen C annell Jeanine (iaughlin Amy Davis Michele DeWerff Omicron Delta Kappa Carol Doniek Laura Durst Douglas Bales Joel Edwards Brian Beamer Christopher Enge Daniel Becker Tammy Fletcher Anna Contarino Richy Floyd Lisa Dammerman Matthew Freeman Karen DeWerff Christine Gamache Judy Hand Patrick Garrett Lisa Hoffman Robert Green Tamara Holt Britt Grimsley Pamela Kegresse Jennifer Hake Lisa Maurizi Laura Hansen Melissa Neville Brian Hennessy Jeanette Pope Eva Hinton Erin Ritts Paul Hope Stephanie Samford Rebecca Josefson Cheryl Slead Brian Kanaliakan Michael Voeller Sunserrae Keaton Allen Wakabayashi Krista King Carol Knoche Wendy Koehler 1986-87 Who ' s Who Among Students Ronald Krause Jr. American Universities and Colleges Gary Kriz Stacey LaFeber Teri Ashley Barry Lasswell Brian Beamer Keith Levell Daniel Becker Brian Lockwood Anundrea Beschorner lenee Marino Jacquiline Brown Charles Martin Anna Contarino Heather McCaffrey Lisa Dammerman Brian McDermott Linda Derby Cynthia Me ster Karen Ely Johanna Metzler Scott Fletcher Megan Mong Deborah Gregerson Robert Nellis Lisa Gundy Jeffrey Nelson Judy Hand Christine O ' Donohue Christie Hlawek Eric Proud Karin Hockhalter Peter Redondo Lynne Hollenbeck Michelle Rolseth Laura Hutchings Theresa Rutherford Pamela Kegresse Thomasin Savalano Steven Lillpop Jeffrey Schaub Cari McCaffrey Kathleen Schnarr Melissa Neville Kai Schwartz Teresa Orchard James Shaner Jr. Sue Palter Brenda Shriver Sharon Peart Deborah Simmons Anne-Marie Proske Kelley Swick ( ' ara Proud Emerson Swinford Dawn Rabe Melissa Tracy Amy Runkle Cynthia Wells Robert Schwarz Tina White Erin Shanahan John Wynn Angela Thomson Tasneem Ziauddin Thomas Velek Nancy Zicmer Darin Via ■1 Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Awards Douglas Ashcraft Teri Ashley Michael Benshish Aundrea Beschorner Lynne Black Beth Boarman Melinda Bone Pamela Bowman Mary Brandenburg Stephanie Brogden Jacqueline Brown Linda Denby Michael DePauw Joyce Doebler Mathew Fleming Susan Frank Deborah Gregerson Lisa Gundy Christie Hlawek Karin Hockhalter Lynn Hollenbeck Tamara Holt Lisa Kosiara David Krieg Laurie Leonard Steven Lillpop Jessica Madsen Judith Maedura Megan Mazenko Cari McCaffrey Sue Palter Anne-Marie Proske Cara Proud Ann Renner Erin Ritts Susan Rous Amy Runkle Stephanie Samford Susan Talbott John Taylor Angela Thomson Darin Via Michael Zachman Joint Honors Award from Illinois Society of Professional Engineers Denny Benner Fulbright Fellowships Dr. Rob Mclntire Dr. Jean Jost Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre- professional Honorary Society (new initiates) Dr. Neil Baird Dr. Carl Wetherbee " Teacher of the Year " Dr. Cheryl Cohn President of College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin William Anderson Illinois Swimming Association Men ' s Coach of the Year Tony Young President of Illinois Writers ' Inc. Deborah Bosley Awarded a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree Helen Gibbons Ph.D. Degree in Fine Arts with emphasis in Theatre Richard Herman Quarter Century Club Award from 111. Association for Health, Physical Ed. Rec. Merle Chapman Secretary of the Decatur-Springfield section of Am. Chemical Society for 1987 Dr. Ed Acheson Executive Board Member of III. Association of College and Research Librarians Dr. Charles Hale Collegiate Volleyball Coaches Association Award Honoring 200 career Victories Peg Voisin Member of Board of Directors of READ Illinois Deborah Bosley Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honorary (new initiates) Dr. Cheryl Cohn Dr. Linda Niedringhous Phillip Tinch Board of Directors of the Music and Entertainers Industry Educators Association Lyn Schenbeck Who ' s Who in American Nursing Phyllis Jacobs 89 ' s Barry, Cheryl, Jeff, Jeanine, Becky, Colleen, Michelle, Scott, and aula living it up! Shad Edwards 91 Soviet Union Each year students have the chance to go abroad to study or have a very enriching cultural ex- perience. Dr. Graham Provan served as the chaperone for the trip to the Soviet Union where everyone enjoyed the change of culture and learned a great deal . Matt Kaminski issued these r. Provan. Scott Serran, Terry Orchard, Matt Kaminski, Jeff Johnston, Tim Cramer, and Travis photos from their trip. We hope you enjoy them. Owen. Missing from the picture is Linda Phillips. The Mills Hall Council is com- posed of an executive hoard and one representative of each floor. The council sponsored activities for the residents of the hall that included Homecoming partici- pation, and R.H.A. week activ- ity, and a poker night. The council was set up to solve prob- lems within the hall, and works to do so. Pictured: Jeff Cr alley , Mike Messenger, V.P.; Gary Swick, Brian Hennessy, Sec; George Krebs, Treas.; Jeff Palmer; and not pictured is Tom Mahoney, President. The Hessler Hall Council is the governing board of many of Hessler Hall activities. The council is made up of Hessler Hall residents ayid is advised by the Hessler Hall Director Lori Kerans. Each floor of Hessler has a representative that comes to the meetings and then takes any important news back to the others on the floor. The council is an outreach of Residence Hall Association. One of the events the Hessler Hall sponsored for the year was the " Night With President Miller " where residents could speak with President Miller and ask any questions. The B.W.A. Hall Council is composed of representatives from each of the floors in Blackburn, Walker, and Aston. They work hard to keep the 3 inter -connected resi- dence units well informed of any impor- tant news and they provide activities for their residents. They are also in charge of putting out the " B.W.A. Bo well " , the gos- sip of B.W.A. Anyone is welcome to par- ticipate in the council meetings which are held weekly and B.W.A. residents are en- couraged to take part in the planning for the three inter -connected halls. " On The Move " — that is certainly what everyone was. Freshman Camp is a Millikin tradition that is fresh and alive and full oj spirit. It is a special orientation program available to all new students (not just freshmen), a time to ask all the questions you ' ve wanted to ask about campus life. The main objectives of this camp is to build community and relationships. These relationships are with other new students, upper class students, faculty and staff. This also helps in adjusting to college life. Freshman Camp is held at the Illinois 4-H Memorial Camp in Allerton Park near Monticello, ap- proximately a half hour from the campus. The camp facilities include spacious grounds, a large dining hall, an outdoor pavilion and cabins for 12 where the students sleep. Among the events that occur at camp are icebreakers, discussions with faculty members, group competitions, tours of Allerton Park, special entertainment and a dance. " TAXV provided entertainment for the dance this year which was followed by James Wand, a familiar hypnotist to students on university campuses everywhere. Above: Jan Devore, advisor; Cheryl Sleade and Sharon Peart, general co-chairper- sons, exchange gifts in opening exercises. At left: Just some fun-loving councilors: Susan, Linda, Laura and Anna. Below: The whole crew — the 1986 Freshman Camp Councilors, Row 1: M. Jaskoviak, L. Dammerman, C. Hlawek, T. Orchard, S. Bright, K. Sexton, D. Dautzenberg, S. Fletcher. Row 2: L. Nelson, K. Schwab, L. Denby, J. Rebman, C. Zuegel, K. Camillo, G. Sims, C. Sleade, S. Peart, L. Maurizi,J.Jurges, E. Ryerson, M. lanni, J. Devore. Row i: J. Sterling, J. W ells, J. Pope, D. Gregerson, D. Darling, T. Easterly, K. Wilson, B. Cubbison, M. Voeller, K. Swanson, M. Cun- ningham, K. Hale, L. Kraus, T. Velek, A. Arms. Row 4- ' M. Shaner, M. McDon- nell, J. Hand, J. Frank, K. Ely, C. Brennecke, C. Proud, A. Wakabyashi, E. Waller, C. Davelis, E. Thomas, J. Gruhn, D. Bales, B. Schwarz, T. Johnston, J. Perry, L. Edgar. 94 At left: A faculty member leads one of the many group discussions that give the students an excellent opportunity to ask any questions concerning their major or find out more about a field of study that may be interesting to them. Below left: A victorious pose in the pyramid compe- tition, one of the many activities that were part of the games competition. Below: Karen Ely is busy choreographing a bus skit for the bus competition. All of the buses put together skits that showed the true colors of that bus. Bottom left: Councilor Tammy Easterly is on her bus giving a yell for the kids that are to ride her bus. This is a good time for the councilors to get their voices in shape. Bottom right: A couple of the freshmen go for the ball in the volleyball game that takes place between campers, councilors, and faculty members. Here are some names you may never forget: PEART, SLEADE, PRINCESS, DOUG, BRENN, SUSAN, CUBBY, CLEO, WOODY, LISA, DUCKY, MASTER D, SPUNKSTER, UNDER, BERT, EDDI, K ' ANN, FLETCH, SLUM LORD, DEBE DOO, GRUNDY, MAVERICK, JUDE, CHRISTIE, SPUNKY, MARE, SKIP, JENNER, ERNIE, FATTER, BETTY BOOP, L.A., T.O.,JOE,J.A.P. PATCHES, POPE, CHIPPIE, SCHWABE, STRAUNT, KATI ANN, HOSER, GAYE, RASTA, BERLY, ET, SKI BUM, STIFF, WALLER, WAKA, INDY, KEVIN, and ZOOGES. Oct. 3-5 was " A Weekend Fit for a King, " Fall Family Weekend ' 86. It was filled with games, activities, and parties arranged hy Senior Deanna Da- vis and the Parents Assoc. Board of Di- rectors. Everything started with fam- ilies visiting classes. A traditional medi- eval buffet was set for Friday evening. During the buffet, the Vocal Jazz En- semble gave 2 fuerformances. On Satur- day, the parents had their annual meet- ing which included a performance by the Singing Blue. That afternoon, ev- eryone watched the Big Blue crush Car- thage 4 J -8. Saturday evening, the Par- ents Assoc. arranged a banquet for the parents with entertainment provided by the Jazz Band. Besides all the available activities, everyone could also attend a performance of CAMF.LOT which sure fit the theme of the weekend. Overall, it really was a ROYAL weekend. SINGING BLUE gave an enthusiastic show for the parents. 96 Peggy Smith huy spoke to the parents at the annual Parents Association Kelly Jackson (33) pushed through the Carthage line at Saturday ' s game, meeting. The VOCAL JAZZ ENSEMBLE highlighted the medieval buffet with 2 performances. 97 Homecoming 1986 proved to be an event for every- one. The planning for the festivities began in Febru- ary of 1986 and continued up to the week before the fun was scheduled to get underway. The com- mittee, lead by co-chairpersons Scott Heidegger and Pam Kegresse, was made up of students repre- senting independent life and greek life on the cam- pus. The committee also included some faculty members and was advised by Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, Director of Richards Treat University Center. The first big job that faced the committee was the decision on the general theme of Homecoming. " All Aboard The S.S. Millikin " was decided upon after some discussion about our choices. It proved to offer quite a variety of activities as well as some great themes for skit competition and house decs. Homecoming Week began Sunday, Oct. 19, with student homecoming games competition at 1 p.m. and hit a peak Saturday, Oct. 23, with a football game and dance. Final events were on Sunday, Oct. 26. Special events for students were scheduled throughout the week, while alumni activities began Friday. Right: Twelve Millikin University students were selected as finalists for Homecoming King and Queen. Winners were announced and crowned during the Homecoming concert Friday, Oct. 24, at 8 p.m. in Kirkland Fine Arts Center. The King and Queen were selected based on student voting, campus activities, academic achievements and interviews with a community judging panel. The 12 finalists in the Homecoming King and Queen competition were, from left to right, Row I: Karin Hockhalter, from Frankfort; Car a Proud, from Hoffman Estates; Sharon Peart, from Mt. Vernon; Teresa Orchard, from Glendale, Mo.; Victoria Witthoeft, from Lake in the Hills; and Debbie L. Gregerson, from St. Louis. Row 2: Eric Waller, from Cerro Gordo; Thomas Velek, from Decatur; Jim Frank, from Berke- ley; Jon Rebman, from Rushville; Kevin Hale, from Decatur; and Erin Shanahan, from Peoria. Above: Some of the members of the 1986 Homecoming Committee, Row 1: J.Jurges, K. Bezak, S. Heidegger, P. Kegresse, B. Beckwith, and K. Lasco. Row 2: S. Melvin, B. Beamer, E.A. Thomas, and J.H. Marshall. Row 3: C. Minson, M.B. Jaskowiak, S. Bowman, and A. Contarino. 98 1986 Homecoming General Co-Chairpersons Scott and Pam. Top Right: The true spirit of Homecoming comes alive in the skits as shown by the Women of Alpha Chi Omega. At Right: The Men ofTau Kappa Epsilon show their talents during the skits. Below: The Kappa Sigmas got All Aboard the S.S. Millikin to wave goodbye to the Augie Doggies! The actual activities began on Sun- day Oct. 19 with the games competi- tion. Some of the highlights were the newly added triathlon, Skin the Snake plus the ever popular eating contest, pyramid building and tug- of-war to name a jew. The games, with the exception of the triathlon took place on the front lawn of Liber- al Arts Hall. Alpha Chi Omega and Mills received first place with B.W.A. and Kappa Sigma coming in second and Pi Beta Phi and Alpha Tau Omega finishing third. The day was nice and sunny and spirits were high for the week ahead. That even- ing the faculty were treated to a nice dinner at Lock, Stock, Barrel host- ed by the faculty chairpersons and the Homecoming Committee. 99 Co-Chair Pam Kegresse and Friday Nights ' entertainer Tom Parks. The Mills Crew getting ready to do their damage on the rope at the games! The fantastic and ever so popular eating competition at the games. The Jazz Lab Band giving a fantastic performance during Friday Nights ' festivities. ' On Tuesday Oct. 21 voting be- gan on the Luscious Legs, an ever so popular fun contest for any good looking legs out there. On Vf ' ednesday, competition opened on the shuffle board and the ' Captain ' s Table ' was open to all university secretaries and staff in Richards Treat. That night, stars abounded the stage of Kirkland as Millikin ' s finest performed their Homecoming Skits for all to see. Pirates, Mr. Rogers, Ship wrecked crews and Cannibals graced the stage with Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Sigma sailing into first place. Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha Tau Omega captured the second place and Zeta Tau Al- pha and Tau Kappa Epsilon landed into the third place. 100 Crowned royalty leresa Orchard and Jon Rebman. Judy Eschman cheerleading during the down pour of rain. Friday was quite a day! The rain dampened every- thing quite a hit. Most of the homecoming committee and several Alpha Phi Omega volunteers spent the day decorating the civic center for the dance on Saturday night. All participating House Dec competitors were putting the last touches on the decs that everyone worked so hard to produce only to have float away with the rain. Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha Tau Ome- ga won first place with Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Sigma taking second place and Pi Beta Phi and Tau Kappa Epsilon winning third place. That night everyone came in out of the rain to Kirk- land for the concert and coronation of the King and Queen. Special attraction for the concert was comedian Tom Parks. Following Mr. Parks was a performance by the Millikin Jazz Lab Band and the Vocal Jazz Ensemble, both under the direction of Mr. Steve Wi- denhofer. The highlight of the evening was the crown- ing of Miss Teresa Orchard of Zeta Tau Alpha and Mr. Jon Rebman of Alpha Tau Omega as the 1986 Homecoming Queen and King. The week basically ended on Saturday with our loss in the mud drenched football game against the Augus- tana Vikings. That night, however, we celebrated quite well at the Civic Center with a dance featuring Deca- tur Rhythm and Blues Revue. The overall winners of Homecoming were announced at the dance. Overall winners of homecoming competitions were Alpha Chi Omega sorority and Kappa Sigma fraternity. Winners were determined by the results of competition in house decorations, talent show and homecoming games. Sec- ond place winners were Delta Delta Delta sorority and Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Tau Kappa Epsilon and Mills Hall tied for third place in the men ' s division and Pi Beta Phi sorority was third in women ' s compe- tition. To cap off the weeks events, the Homecoming church service, featuring the Millikin University Choir under the direction of Mr. Richard Hoffland and assisted by Mrs. Kathryne Hoffland, was held at West- minster Church. WHAT A CRUISE IT WAS!!!!! The Big Blue make the Augustana Vikings eat a little mud. Not an unusual scene at the game. Karen Jones, Jacki Siwek and Lisa Wojcik seem to be having a great time. An annual treat for the fans at half time is a performance by the Alumni Marching Band Members with the Marching Big Blue. 101 R.H.A. Week or " For The Hall of It! " was a pretty good success this year. R.H.A. Week is a time for residents in the residence halls to get involved in tournaments, games, show appre- ciation to the resident assistants, and even let loose at a dance. Some of the more memorable events in this years R.H.A. week were open house for faculty and administration (?), the Roommate Game sponsored by B.W.A. Hall council, the Trivial Pursuit tournament sponsored by Hessler Hall Council (Jeanine, Tasneem, Anna, and Mathew — champs!), and the dance served with mock cocktails and everything! This year special recognition was given all R.A. ' s for their service by giving each of them a certificate and a flower. R.A. Appreciation night at the R.H.A. meeting in the Fireplace room. Lisa Wilkins and Marty Worrell running the Roommate Game sponsored by B.W.A. Benjamin and Cannon playing the roommate game. S S Well, Ladies Traci Poelker Shelli LaR- eau — you had nothing to worry about from the other teams — you won! The R.H.A. exec, Scott Sheehan, Greg Zinkl, Cathi Edmison, Ted Malecki, and Holly Sullivan running R.A. Appreciation night. Greek Week was, once again, a success thanks to the hours of planning and dedication given by the Greek Week committee and the participation of all of the greeks on campus. The week, April 5 through April 1 1, was full of activities in which all houses competed to win overall honors. The overall win- ners were Alpha Chi Omega (for the fourth year in a row) and Alpha Tau Omega. Second place hon- ors went to Delta Delta Delta and Tau Kappa Epsilon with third going to Zeta Tau Alpha and Kappa Sigma. The skit competition was on April 7 and as usual the skits brought much laughter. The placings for the competition were 1st: Delta Delta Delta and Alpha Tau Omega, 2nd: Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Sigma and 3rd: Zeta Tau Al- pha and Tau Kappa Epsilon. On April 10 the sign competition brought 1st to Alpha Chi Omega and Tau Kappa Epsilon, 2nd to Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and 5rd to Delta Delta Delta and Alpha Tau Omega. During the games competition (April 11) Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Sigma came out on top with Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha Tau Omega winning second place and Zeta Tau Alpha and Tau Kappa Sigma win- ning third. On April 9 the social service project took place in which about stu- dents participated . The pro- ject was to clean up Decatur for the near West Side Resto- ration and Preservation So- ciety. On April 11, the awards ceremony took place and several individual awards were given to those greeks who have shown out- standing involvement in campus activities and in greek leadership. Those hon- ored were Teresa Orchard, Jim Wells, Jeanette Pope, Jim I ' rank, Michele lanni, Ron Kurza, Kathleen Schnarr, and Brad Warren. An- nouncement was also made of Greek god and goddess and those honors went to Jeff Johnston of Alpha Tau Ome- ga and Bobette Carley of Pi Beta Phi. %ee T ee 79 7 The clean up table for the service project where greeks could check in. Row I: Amy Facklam, Greek Week Advisor; Diane Altig, Janine Pelkey, and Michele Scott. Row 2: Carol Dcgenhardt, Laurie Kimhrel, Darlene Glow, Sherri Cristy, and Michael Lents. Row J Tony Karwatowicz. Mike Cunningham, Jr., Ralph McCurdy III, Dennis Dunleavy, Julie Moser, Charla Minson, and Calvin Wilson. Row 4 ' Cliff Bonds, Scott Melvin, Jeanette Pope, Mark Kubica, and David Schade. 104 Row 1: Joy Elliot, Lisa Gundy, Jerell Sterkey, Row 2: Bobette Carley, Pele Donby, Troy Kttner, Allen It ' s the Bag Lady for the service project. (Charla Wakabayashi, Jeff Johnston. Minson) Each year Springfest tends to get better and better and this year of course was no exception! SPRINGFEST is a day of fun- filled activities from very early to very late that gives everyone the opportunity to let loose for the day, or, as we did this year — GO BANANAS!!!!, prior to getting underway with studying for finals. The days events included a tennis tournament, lunch on the patio with Simon Sezz (alias Kevin Hale), Bessy Bingo on the front lawn, games on the front lawn, the ever popular mud events (which became a favorite of a certain co-chair) and the dance featuring a live band. Springfest is co- sponsored by University Center Board and Resi- dence Hall Association and Pam Kegresse served as the advisor of the event which takes weeks of preparation. Two tennis tournament hopefuls (?) Karen Jones and Dr. Crisler play a few sets Tennis Tournament but to no avail — the team of Bierbaum-Parks came out on top. number 2 victory? of tennis in the Isn ' t that your Hey, It ' s Bessie (or at least for the day)! Residents for B.W.A. almost had some company. At right: Yes, you guessed it! John Marshall did win Bessie bingo — co-ordinator Dave Phipps points to the winning square! 106 What a Simon! Good job Kevin. Some of the members of the Springfest committee — Row 1: Advisor Pam Keggresse, Cindy Messenger, General Co-Chair Lisa Wilkins, and Cindy Buob. Row 2: General Co-Chair Scott Sheehan, Mr. Ape, David Phipps, and Karen Jones. The Winner! Simon just couldn ' t stop Michelle Lo vett! Lunch cookout on the patio At right: Yes! That is Pam Kegresse in the MUD! Left: John Ruzicka passes that banana to Kathy Schnarr in the Banana Olympics. Right: Ben, Scott, and Beth get ready to run the race around L.A. 107 Joe Ordenick doing some heavy mixing at the dance at L.S.B. (Partner Roh Jones) It ' s Springtime at M.U. The Millikin University Concert Band is made up of many muscians from many academic majors on campus. You need not he a music major to he a memher. Memhership is open to anyone and placement in the group is hy audition. The group works hard to put on at least 2 concerts a semester. This year the group, who usually puts on joint concerts with the Wind Ensemhle, put on a spe- cial concert at the end o f the year. On Tuesday, May 3, 1987 over WOO people moved into the seats of Kirkland Fine Arts Center for a good oV fashion " Trihute To Sousa " concert. Stu Ellis from WSOY served as the narrator and Miss Deidra Ross, Cornet; Miss Diana Miles, Soprano; and Mr. John Huntoon, Tromhone were the featured soloist for the evening. John Phillip Sousa would have heen proud. Flute Piccolo Yvonne Bauer Caren Catino Kelly Morse French Horn Phillip Hash Jeff Cralley Lynnette Matuszewski Lisa Kenn Baritone Saxophone David Hagerman John Feken Ann Zamhoni Dixie Groezinger Julie Moser Sharon Smith Carol Doniek Mark Henrikson Steve Krizka Tuba Tammy Fletcher Kristin Debits Cathi Edmison Tanya Bowers Bassoon Keri Bing Kevin Matz Leah Knohlock Bass Clarinet Neal Campbell Valeria Weathers Jackie Donaldson Bruce Gibbons Tromhone Chuck Cribbs Oboe Alto Saxophone Trumpet Tim Dawson Eric Thomas Percussion Pam Nilles Gary Kriz John Voss Bill Dyche Kristie Smith Joel Col)en Brian Telford Scott Krepps Elizabeth McMahon Troy Peterson Sandra Keller Andy W a Iters Rob Jones Clarinet Rob Russell Michelle Stillman Reggie Robinson Ken Benshish Sandi Dryer David Coonrod Kareti Ballance Ron Krause Mark Lyons John McCracken Lindsay Lientz Susan Kubala Brad Warren Melody Anders Dan Stepansky Warren Gill Jasper Sanfilippo Voneda Denault Tenor Saxophone Stephanie Bowman Tim Page Euphonium Jamie Crawford Kevin Daniels 110 Millikin University Wind Ensemble is made up of the elite. Membership in the Concert Band and Wind Ensemble is open to any Millikin University stu- dent regardless of aca- demic major. Placement in the Wind Ensemble is by audition. The Wind En- semble is characterized for having one player on each part and playing more traditional and modern music. They are under the direction of Dr. Gary Shaw, as is the Millikin University Concert Band. The Millikin Wind Ensemble performing at the All-State Music convention. Flute Piccolo French Horn Lori McMaster Steve Krizka Anne-Marie Proske Cathi Edmison Lisa Goethe Keri Bing Debbie Gregerson Robin Ball Ann Zamboni Trumpet Oboe Scott Ahaus Chris Schwacher Deidra Ross Amy Davis Brian Telford Gary Kriz Clarinet Trombone Mark Lyons Carol Doniek John Huntoon Dixie Groezinger Douglas Leibinger Tim Page Donald Winzer Melody Anders Phillip Hash Caren Catino Euphonium Bass Clarinet John Feken Voneda Denault Tuba Bassoon Charles Cribbs Bruce Gibbons Terry McTaggert Percussion Saxophone Jim Belk Chuck Sansone Stephanie Sam ford Brian McDermott Glen West Paul Moma Jackie Donaldson Dave Krieg Carl Davidson 111 As a part of a music majors life, one must give a recital in partial fulfillment on ones degree. Some people elect to give a recital but, either way — they are definitely a lot of work and the following people are to be commended for giving recitals this year. a Peggy Bernhardt, soprano Linda Denby, voice Carol Hershberger, mezzo-soprano Mark Lyons, clarinet An Evening of Aria Song at Wesleyan Univ. David Krieg, percussion Lynne Black, mezzo-soprano John Woodhouse, piano Susan Frank, soprano Deanna McDonald, voice Stephanie Samford, saxophone Lisa Goethe, flute Student Composers Recital Victoria Venier, soprano Beth Cubbison Diana Mills, voice Stephanie Bowman, piano Gary Carlson, voice Opera Workshop Nancy Elliott, voice Opera Workshop Lisa Maurizi, voice John Huntoon, trombone Erin Keith, voice Lisa Goethe, flute David Krieg, marimba vibraphone Brian Santos, voice Scott Song , voice Sunday September 28, 1986 Sunday October 12, 1986 Saturday, October 18, 1986 Tuesday October 21, 1986 Monday October 27, 1986 Thursday November 6, 1986 Friday November 14, 1986 Saturday November 15, 1986 Saturday November 15, 1986 Sunday November l6, 1986 Saturday November 22, 1986 Tuesday December 2, 1986 Wednesday December i, 1986 Wednesday December 10, 1986 Thursday December II, 1986 Friday December 12, 1986 Saturday January 31, 1987 Thursday February 3, 1987 Saturday February 14, 1987 February 18 19, 1987 Saturday February 21, 1987 Tuesday February 24, 1987 Thursday February 26, 1987 Friday March 6, 1987 Saturday March 7. 1987 Sunday March 8, 1987 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8 00 p.m. 8:0 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 2; p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 112 Amy Dexter, voice Karen Ferguson, piano Cathi Edmison, horn Douglas Leibinger, trombone Jeff Gonder, voice Lori Saathoff, soprano Stacey Mogged, voice Lisa M. Gundy, voice Bill Balmer, voice Pi Kappa Lambda Honors Concert S.A.I. Spring Pledge Recital Darnell Lark, voice Deidra Ross, trumpet Carl Davidson, saxophone Steve Krizka, horn Karen Ferguson, voice tr Pam Merchant, piano Karyn Carbray, voice Trudie Peterson, voice Amy Rhoades, mezzo-soprano Mark Henri kson, piano Mark Yonan, voice Deanna McDonald, voice Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Victoria Venier, voice Saxophone Studio Recital John Clark, bass John Feken, euphonium Studio Ensemble Voice Studio Recital Millikin Percussion Ens. Marimba Band Doug Ashcrap, piano Karol Graves Gary Carlson, voice Commercial Voice Styles Larry Wade, piano Monday March 9, 1987 Tuesday March 10, 1987 Tuesday March 24, 1987 Thursday March 26, 1987 Sunday March 29. 1987 Mom ay March 30. 1987 Friday April 2, 1987 Saturday April 4, 1987 Sunday April 5, 1987 . Thursday April 9, 1987 Friday April 10, 1987 Saturday April 11, 1987 Saturday April 11, 1987 Sunday April 12, 1987 Monday April 13, 1987 Wednesday April 15, 1987 Monday April 20, 1987 Tuesday April 21, 1987 Wednesday April 22, 1987 Friday April 24, 1987 Saturday April 25, 1987 Sunday April 26. 1987 Sunday April 26. 1987 Tuesday April 28, 1987 Tuesday April 28. 1987 Tuesday April 28, 1987 Thursday April 30, 1987 Thursday April 30, 1987 Sunday May 3, 1987 Sunday May 3, 1987 Tuesday May 5, 1987 Friday May 8, 1987 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. U niversity Choir is the biggest of the three main singing organi- zations at Millikin. Membership in the choir is open to all univer- sity students by audition. Mr. Richard Hoffland conducts the singing group and his wife, Mrs. Kathryne Hoffland, ac- companies the group. Besides performing at such all campus events as Homecoming, Vespers, and Graduation, they also par- ticipate in a winter tour and Spring Concert. This years tour was conducted throughout the midwest with stops in the Chica- go area, Wisconsin, Kansas, St. Louis area, and finally a home concert in Kirkland. Members of University Choir are Row I: A. Dexter, J. Hartley, B. Cuhbison, L. Gundy, L. Denby, K. Carbray, L. Goodbred, S. Steen. D. Zandstra, and B. Pel ant. Row 2: L. Heilman, K. Beer, M. Ongjoco, L. Black, D. Miles, D. McDonald, V. Venier,J. Doebler, N. Elliott, A. Rhoades, S. Swan, and C. Minson. Row 3: K. Levell, M. Yonan, S. Werntz, B. Balmer, G. Carlson, P. Fabry, D. Leffel, J. Gonder, and D. Evert. Row 4: G. Carlson, N. Whitehead, E. Swearingen, D. Cannon, B. Santos, S. Song, M. Spainhour, D. McClelland, D. Ashcraft, B. Kubicek, P. Hope, P. Gritton, J. Feken, and F. Tieri. Another one of our popular singing organizations is Wom- en ' s Choir. This is also open to any Millikin student upon audi- tion and is under the co-direc- tion of Mr. Mrs. Richard Hoffland. They perform at the Vespers as well as at the Spring Concert that is in con uction with the University Choir, Uni- versity Chorus, Decatur Com- munity Choir and the Decatur Civic Orchestra. This perfor- mance group meets two days a week afid L! niversity Choir meets five days a week. Members of Women ' s choir arc Row I: N. Hoerner, E. Keith, C. Geidner, R. Guttnian, S. Frank, J. Grijfes, M. Mong, C. Filer, M. Bone, R. Jose son, and J. Elliott. Roiv 2: H. Altemus, S. Keller, K. Lasco, P. Hoffmann, C. Graves, S. Zier, S. Whitt, R. Norris, B. Brickner, and E. Sweeney. Row 3: K. Halm, C. Smith, D. Miellmer, L. Ramer, S. Mogged, K. Fergusan, C. Halda, and B. Cyrulik. 114 The members oj University Chorus are Row I: K. Stover, S. Markussen, S. Kubala, T. Savaiano, K. Swanson, C. Cox, R. Gretebeck, A. FairchiU, A. Contarino, R. Michalowski, B. Holum, and J. Marino. Row 2: A. Arms, M. Niblo, B. Glasgow, C. Swann, D. Merchant, L. Maurizi, S. Walters, J. Moser, G. Grabiec, D. Martin, W. Koehler, M. Nash, and R. Ball. Row 3: B. Harris, J. Skorburg, K. Michaels, C. Scheer, G. Washington, L. Marsh, R. Seyer, R. Dusek, andD. McClure. Row 4 ' D. Ruejf,J. McCracken, M. Benshish, F. Scaccia, D. Wright, J. Neubauer, J. Schemedke, J. Nelson, J. Clark, T. Page. The third of our three featured vocal organizations and the sec- ond largest is the University Chorus. This also is under the direction of Mr. Richard Hof- fland with Mrs. Ho ff land ac- companying the group. Mem- bers of University Chorus per- form at Vespers and the Spring Concert to name a couple. Once again membership is open to any university student upon audi- tion. Auditions are held every year so someone who was a member of one group and what to try for another group they woidd receive the change. One of the popular events around the campus as well as in the community at Christmas time for Millikin students and residents of Decatur has been Vespers. Vespers have become a tradition here at Millikin and rightly so. With effective color works, staging and lighting, the 3 major concert singing groups combine to do a combination of hymns and Christmas songs which put even the Scrooges into a Christmas mood. Vespers are really a wonderful experience for all to enjoy. Members of University Choir, University Chorus, and Women s Choir combine for during the Vespers. a number 115 Millikin University has a very powered and high keyed group of en- tertainers that really know how to put on a show. They are known as Singing Blue and are under the direction of D wight Jordan, an alum of Millikin. Their show covers a wide range of music from gospel to pop rock and they go at all speeds from slow to fast. Some of the memorable songs from this year were " Rejoice " , " Somewhere Over The Rainbow " , " Footloose " , and " Dia- mond Medley " just to name a few. Many of the performers in the Singing Blue perform in theme parks during the summer such as Six Flags in St. Louis, Great America, Opryland, and the S.S. Admiral to name a few. If you haven ' t seen this high powered group you have missed an exper- ience. The L. A. Combo — J. Clark, E. Thomas, S. Ahaus, J. Donaldson, R.Jones, and K. Beer, (missing — B. Har- ris) Some of the Singing Blue, Row 1: Kevin Bodine, Karyn Carbray, Ruth Michalou ski, Dave Cannon, Frank Tieri, and Beth Cubbison. Row 2: Roger Seyer, Diane Zandstra, Beth Holum, Paul Gritton, Kristy Smith, and Christy Halda. Row 3 Mike Spainhour, Trudie Peterson, Dan Evert, Vicki Venier, Mark Yonan, and Tim Page. Row 4 ' Eric Swearingen, Carol Graves, Stephanie Zier, Lane Marsh, Jill Monoco, and Paul Hope. (See special note below) The Millidek would like to apologize to two members oj Singing Blue who were absent when the picture was taken. Another picture had been taken earlier in the year but do to a mix-up beyond our control, we had to take the picture over again. Gary Carlson and Valerie Brandt were absent due to their reporting for their summer work in Opryland and New York respectively. Sorry Guys! Kevin Bodine, Karyn Carbray, Ruth Michalowski, Valarie Bandt, Christy Holda, I im Page. Valarie Bandt, Gary Carlson, Lane Marsh, Beth Houm. Mark Yonan, Vicki Venier. The Vocal Jazz Ensemble is a relatively new group on the campus of Millikin University. The group is under the direction of Steve Widenhofer and is made up of 8 very talented vocal students from the school of music. Their sound is in the style of vo- cal groups such as Man- hatten Transfer and their voices blend well to form a beautiful sound. The Vo- cal Jazz Ensemble per- formed for the Homecom- ing Concert for 1986 with the Jazz Lab Band, which is also under the direction of Mr. Steve Widenhofer. The members of Vocal Jazz Ensemble, kneeling in front: K. Benshish (drums), Darnell Lark, and Bill Balmer. Row 2: S. Wi- denhofer (director), Ruth Michalowski, Deanna McDonnel, Karyn Car bray, Dave Cannon, and Linda Denby. Back row: M. Lewandowski (bass) and Gary Carlson. Darnell, Karyn, and Deanna performing at the Homecoming Concert. Ruth ' Mic ' sings beautifully during the Homecom- ing Concert. 117 M ' ' ' ' ' f Jazz Lab Band I is just the first of 5 Jazz Bands in our jazz department of Milli- kin School of Music. It is under the new direction of Steve Wi- denhofer and the hand performs sever- al concerts through- out the year with a tour scheduled dur- ing one of the breaks of the school year. The more famous performance times of the 1st Jazz Band are the Homecoming con- cert and the appear- ances on Saturdays at L.S.B. Jazz Lab Band I. Row I: J. Huntoon. D. Gillespe, T. Kellerman. K. Benshish, and B. Telford. Row 2: J. Donaldson,]. Edwards, G. West, P. Wirth, D. Ross, M. Lewandowski, K. Daniels, and M. Lyons. Back row: J. Copen, S. Widenhofer, K. Matz, D. Leihinger, B. Girard, T. Dawson, G. Kriz, and S. Ahaus. Some of the members of the Jazz Band performing dining one of the previews. I IH Director Steve Widenhofer. The members of Jazz Band II, Row 1: Michelle Stillman, Ken Bemhish, and David Coonrod. Row 2: Rob Russell, Carol Doniek, Troy Peterson, John McCracken, and Voneda Denault. Row 3: Don Winzer, Warren Gill, Andy Walters, Rob Jones, and Mike Benshish. Row 4- ' Malcolm Brown, Mr. Christopher Kelton (Director), Sandy Keller, Rick Hanser, and Lisa Kenn. Jazz Band II, just like Jazz Band I, is open to any academic major on campus pending auditions at the beginning oj the school year. Jazz Band II keeps busy by playing concerts for previews, area schools and recently have played at hock Stock Barrell. 119 The Marching Big Blue was under new di- rection this year and added drum corps-style drill to its performances during half times for the home football games. " The free form of drum corps style of drill uses more of the field, " said James Moyer. " The band used arcs and curves as well as straight lines in the formations. It added a great deal of difficul- ty to the performance, but our members come with good experience and we re ready for a change! " The programs included both ar- rangements and original compositions by Moyer. Nearly 100 members made up the marching blue, including flags and poms. Membership in the Marching Big Blue is open to all University students regardless of their academic major. The Marching Flag Squad, Row 1: D. Cafes, J. Gordon, J. Koleson, and T. Thompson. Row 2: K. Snyder, P. Bernhart, V. Weathers, and C. Pavlos. Marching Big Blue: Row I: S. Krepps, S. Samford. M. Anders. K. Daniels, }. Cralley, R. Russell. D. Coonrod, L. Goe- the, I . Peterson, L. Javois, B. I ' elford, and K. Ballance. Row 2: 7 ' . Bowens, G. Krez. J. Donaldson, L. Samio, P. Hash. K. Matz, D. Liehinger, T. I ' letcher, A. Zamboni, M. Lyons, R. Robinson, and A. Walters. Row .i: S. Krizka, K. Bing. C. Eminson, S. Bowman, J. Veken, J. Crawford, D. Winzer, W. Gill, C. Bullock, L. Matuszewski, S. Smith, C. Catino, and L. Kenn. Row 4: J. Orednick, I . Dawson, B. Kuhicek, K. Benshish, R. Krause, }. Belk, C. Sansone, R. Jones, G. Radke. V. Denault, P. Monia, B. Warren, R. Dyche, B. McDermolt. and li. McMahon. Pageantry and sorcery came to the stage of Kirkland Fine Arts Center when the student production of " Camelot " played Oct. 3-5, 1986. " Camelot " deals with serious themes of honor and justice hut treats them with humor and lightness, " said Stephen Fiol, director of the produc- tion. " It ' s a romantic, musical tale that tells the story of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere, " he added. " Audi- ences enjoyed the colorful costuming and sets, the familiar music and the large chorus productions. " Familiar tunes included " If Ever I Would Leave You, " " Camelot " and " I Wonder W hat the King Is Doing Tonight. " Playing King Arthur was Eric Swearingen, sophomore. Karen Olson, sophomore, was Queen Guinevere. The romantic role of Sir Lancelot was played by Glen Washington, sophomore. Other leads were Scott Werntz, sophomore, as Mordred, Arthur ' s illegitimate son; Jay Elliott, fresh- man, as the magician Merlyn; Martin Hughes, sopho- more, the comic Sir Pellinore; and Tammy Savaiano, freshman, Morgan Le Fey. Supporting cast members in- cluded Bill Bearder, sophomore; Dave Cannon, junior; Philip Fabry, freshman; Christina Halda, freshman; Kathleen Halm, freshman; John King, freshman; Mi- chelle Lovette, freshman; Trudie Petersen, junior; and Brian Santos, senior. Lynne Snyder, assistant professor of dance, was choreographer for the show and Rosalyn Schenbeck, assistant professor of music, conducted the per- formance orchestra. Lani Apperson, senior, was in charge of set, lighting and costume design. Anna Arms, sopho- more, was stage manager. The death of Sir Lionel. I he chorus pleasantly looks on. Merlyn shares his wisdom. 122 " Murder in the Cathedral " was re-enacted in Westminster Presbyterian Church when Millikin University Theatre presented the T.S. Eliot classic on Nov. 19-23, 1986. " I hope this play wasn ' t too grim, " said Director Ken Foster, managing director of Kirkland Fine Arts Center and adjunct assistant professor of theatre. " It was a dramatical, powerful and suspenseful. Audiences found it intriguing. " The drama is a historically accurate portrayal of events in 1170 when Archbishop Thomas a Becket opposed King Henry 11 and was murdered by four of the king ' s knights in Canterbury Cathedral. " This play takes us beyond historical fact to a philosophical understanding of the meaning of martyrdom, " Foster said. " The staging was stylized and unusual, adding to a medieval atmosphere. " Following Becket ' s death and subsequent sainthood, Canterbury Cathedral became the focus for pilgrimages, including those immortalized by Chaucer in " Canterbury Tales. " Visitors to the cathedral today can see Becket ' s tomb and the actual place where he was killed, " the director added. Playing Becket was Scott Werntz, sophomore music theatre major. He has played supporting roles in four recent Millikin University Theatre productions, including Mordred in " Camelot " and Eugene in " Death of a Salesman. " Members of the chorus were Ellyn Anderson, sophomore; Carrie Collins, freshman; Kath- ryn Dolan, freshman; Chrissy Eller, sophomore; Laura Galloway, freshman; Christi Geidner, fresh- man; Lisa Kosiara, senior; Dorlisa Martin, junior; Debbie Simmons, freshman; and Kim Stover, sophomore. The four knights were played by Eric Swearingen, sophomore; Glen W ashington, sopho- more; John King, freshman; and Steve Schiller, freshman. Other supporting actors were Keith Kincaid, junior; Bill Beader, sophomore; Jay Elliot, freshman; and Frank Scaccia, freshman. Kendra Smith, sophomore, was stage manager. In addition to the five Decatur performances, the troupe performed Nov. 14 at First Presbyterian Church in Hoopeston. Beckett confronted by a knight. The cast of MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL Ellyn Anderson — chorus member. 123 A CHORUS LINE One! Singular Sensation! — and it sure was!! Millikin ' s finest dancers, singers, actors, actresses, and musi- cians pulled it off! ' A Chorus Line ' graced the stage of Kirkland Fine Arts Center and what a fine pro- duction it was. We witnessed first hand what the auditions for a ma- jor touring show could he like. There were nightmare stories, laughter, crying, injuries, deep dark secrets shared and how can we forget the feelings of making it at last!!! Great Job Everyone!!! Top: The fantastic Finale — ONE! Above: One of the front lines doing her diulouge — Jill Monoco. Above Right: The final cut — The excited bunch under the " director " Keith Kin- caid. At Right: ' I he cast during rehearsal before the jirial cut! 124 THRILLER!!! That is the word for it. Dracula visited Millikin in the Spring semester and with him he brought many surprises. First he set up in the scene shop and there were even special midnight showings. The cast did an excellent job and the scenery was really hot. Job well done guys and girls of the Theatre Department. Some of the scenery in the show Dracula (John King) gets ready to bite his leading lady (Anna Arms) 125 PIPEHREAMS 1986-1987 Season September 19,20 September 25,26 October 23,24 November 6,8 November 13,14 December 4,5 December 8,9 December 11,12 ' DENTlTi ' CRISIS by Christopher Durang Directed by Keith Kincaid LIONS THAT ROAR Directed by Scott Werntz FEIFFER ' S PEOPLE by Jules Feiffer Directed by Keith Kincaid SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER by Tennessee Williams Directed by David A. Golden THEYRE NONE OF THEM PERFECT by Sophie Kerr Directed by Angie Brandenburg A TOUCH OF THE POET by Eugene O ' Neil Directed by Judy Fitzgerald THE SANDBOX by Edward Albee Directed by Valerie Brandt WHEN GOD COMES FOR BREAKFAST, YOU DON ' T BURN THE TOAST by Gary Apple Directed by Trudie Peterson AUTO EROTIC MISADVENTURE by F.J. Hartland Directed by Keith Kincaid THE WHITE WHORE AND THE BIT PLAYER by Tom Eyen Directed by Kathryn Maguet ORANGE SOUFFLE by Saul Bellow Directed by Martin Hughes DOING A GOOD ONE FOR THE RED MAN by Mark Medoff Directed by Scott Werntz r PIPEIIREAMS December 13,14 February 5,6,7 February 13,14 March 5,6 March 10,11 April 14,15 April 21,22 April 29,30 HELLO OUT THERE by William Saroyan Directed by Bill Bearder FOOL FOR LOVE by Sam Shepard Directed by Richard Herman AMICABLE PARTING by Kaufman McGrath UNTITLED by Priscilla Waggoner Directed by Scott Werntz SENIOR PROM and NOW DEPARTING by Robert Mearm Directed by Bill Bearder SISTER MARY IGNATIUS EXPLAINS IT ALL FOR YOU and THE ACTOR ' S NIGHTMARE by Christopher Durang Directed by Kathryn Maguet PATIO and PORCH by Jack Heifner Directed by Martin Hughes BAG LADY by Jean Claude Van Itallie Directed by Lisa Kosiara SORRY WTIONG NUMBER by Lucille Feltcher STILL ALARM by George S. Kaufman Directed by Judy Fitzgerald May 4,5 KEEP TIGHTLY CLOSED IN A COOL DRY PLACE by Megan Terry Directed by Stephen Schiller 229 Row 1: Andrea Podowicz, Erin Whitley, and Carta Marietta. Row 2: Karen Jones, Traci Poelker, Shelli LaReau, Dana Kinas, Sue LeBow, R.A.; Soo Kim, Tracy Lowery, and Dawn Vaskot ' sky. Row 3: Debbie Hopp, Jenny Major, Darcy Mellmer, Lori Sanno, Lisa Brown, and Susan Kubala. Row 4: Holly Sullivan, Tracy Dobbs, Lisa Heilman, and Suzi Skidmore. Row I: Doug Leibinger, Andy Walters, Thomas Lee, R.A.; Kevin Matz, Gordon Eipers, and Scott Krepps. Row 2: Matthew Kaminski, Edward Gibson, Jeff Smith, and Lee Klose. Row 5: Jeff Cook, Paul Hartmann, Harold White, Kevin W egrzyn, and John Rhoades. 3 4 Row I: Sutisernie Kealon, i.elesline Johnson, Cindy Messenger, and I racy Wilcox. Row 2: John Hundrieser, Mickey Rolseth, Michele Crocilla, Lisa Keun, Scott Scheehan, R.A.; Kathleen Flether, Lisa Kaulfuss, Michael Hunt, and Rich Wurfield. Row i: Renee Dubuque, Joy Kriewaldt, Tricia Haslett, Dat e Rich- ardson, and hob Green. Row 4: Mall Proud, Paul Krihs, Rick Hensel, Kraig Rogers, Brian Peoples, Chris Markiewicz, Mark Wardarcyzk, and Christopher Rojek. I iO Row I: iim Schening. Rotr 2: Russ Morrison, George Kramer, Bob Bergland, Patrick Garrett, Buster Sears (Dave Phipps — R. A.), John l oss, Lewie Clinc, and Reggie Robinson. Row .5 Sean McMonigal, Chris Klawitter, Matt Meaney, Mike Langdon, Boh Gorski, Party Garanimal, Lee Brooke. Jack Klawitter, Troy Elbert, Brad Warren, Eric Swearinger, and Duane Dugan. This picture also includes the ladies on Blackburn Ground Floor. Row 1: Amy Harrison, Kim Thorn- ton, Kristy Peters, Lesa Kraus, Chrissy Gamache, Kerri Riggs, Linda Nieders, Lyne Courtney, Ka- ren Ross, Michelle Durbin, and Carla Peter. Row 2: Sharon Peart, R.A.; Beth Pellant, Melissa Hop- kins, Shannon McCalla, Jeanne Kottke, Amy Kaed- ing. Sue Slapak, Connie Bland, and Cathy Zanar- ini. Row 3: Stephanie Cleland, Stacy Hoult, Connie Stoops, Janet Ely, Kristen Hood, Sherry Cutright, Kate Ewing, and Michele DeWerff. 2 Row I: Kim Reinemann, R.A.; Stacy Markussen, Amy K. Smith, Ronda Bryant, Sandy Pasquesi, Jeanna Hoppenjans, and Kobra Brake. Row 2: Lynnette Matuszewski, Jenny Brown, Jill DelRe, Tracy Rich, Georgann Grabiec, Renee Hunter, Shelley Brandenburg, Michele Prusz, Jerrisue L. Hoehne, and Holly Altemus. Row 3 Laura Clark, Beth Holum, Raedon Norris, Jenee Marino, Jill Monaco, Carrie Collins, and Karen Cannon. Row 1: Kai Schwartz, Jennifer Hake, Brenda Mi- kyska, Jennifer Bartolini, Jeanette Jones, Lynn King, Stacey Blair, and Jessica Russell. Row 2: Carolyn Kent, Kristin Parkingson, Kirsten Jensen, Tawnya Hooper, Kathy Schnarr, Kelly Walls, R.A.; Susie Speers, Carol Knoche, and Dianna Taylor. Row i: Kari Gorz, Julie Schotanus, and Christine O ' Donohue. Row 4: Julie Beyers, Julie Beamer, Sherri Bracken, Stephanie Price, Stacey Swan, Kelli Martin, Victoria Blasucci, Kim Lein- inger, and Jodi Mitchell. 131 Row 1: Rob Arrol, John H. Marshall, Tim Dawson, Barry Coleman, R. A.; John Gabri- el, and Eric Thomas. Row 2: Louis Javois, Chuck Sansone, David Coonrod, Chad Scott, Glen West, and Bryan Cannon. Row 3: Jeff Benjamin and Steve Bieze. Row 1: Debbie Kastner and Jill Pople. Row 2: Debbie Gelfo, Missy Tipsword, Angela Pendley, Sandy Smith, Mindy Brown, Car- ole Pavlos, Leslie Foot, Becky Josefson. Row 5: Michele Grabinski, Lynelle Niles, Michelle Bostic, Voneda Denault, Tina Wieland, Cheryl Walejko, and Collen Luttrell. Row 4: Roxy Winters, Cathy Wachter, R.A.; Beth A. Barrett, Lisa Moeller, Angle Brandenburg, and Deanna Munson. Row 1: Karen Bat lance, Robin Harris, Sarah W hitt, Jackie Donaldson, Michelle Niblo, R.A.; Paula Hoffmann, Leah Knob- lock, Jo Gordon, and Tammy Fletcher. Row 2: Mari-Lee Chambless and Karoline Mar- chese. Row 3: Valerie Bottorff, Darlene Jackson, Jennifer Brown, Tasneem Ziaud- din, Sandy LaBlance, Katrina Vorse, Lynne Bush, and Linda White. I J 2 Living Row 1: Marty Worrell and Maggie Young. Row 2: Betty Ray, Tina Mahon, Samantha Haynes, Carol Doniek, Lori Liles, Jean Liebner, Diana Kemp, Laura Durst, Debbie Bruns, Chris Buetow, and Lynette Baker. Row 3: Kathy Swihart, Christy Coye, Danne Merchant, Cheryl Swann, Birgirtha Evans, R.A.; Jameen Edwards, Angela Garrett, and Janet Collins. Row I: Jennifer Voertman, Stacey LaFeber, and Anita Blover. Row 2: Jetinifer Rheeling, Gretel Berkeley, Taehui S. Kim, Megan Mong, Beth Yergler, Diane Davelis, Angie Hanneken, Rhonda Proffett, Wendy Klendworth, and Laura Edgar. Row i: Cyndi Wells, Andrea Taylor, Karen Pro- chaska, Leslie Armstrong, Mary Shultz, Stacey Smith, Jean Wolgast, Karen Tarn, Pam Branham, and Judy Eschman. Row I: Elizabeth McMahon, Amy Davis, Travie Tree, Karin Hockhalter, R.A.; and of course the flamingos — Stu and Randy. Row 2: Margaret Doak, Shelli Kinder, Lisa Bruns, Kamela Salyers, Pam Jones, Katie Snyder, and Valeria Weathers. Row 3: Kammy Shaw, Knga E. Ebner, Lisa Ramer, Beth Sangalang, Tina White and Teresa Trill. Row 4: Melissa Tracy, Cinday Mester, Pat Woodruff, Lisa Cairns, Dawn LeBeau, Shalyn Hembrough, and Laura Durst. Row 1: Gaye Sims. Row 2: Cathy Johnson, Cheryl Rawdon, Michelle Hoffman, Lisa Wilkins, Dixie Groezinger, Teresa Myers, Dyanna Kerr, and Stephanie Brogdon. Row 3: Karin Hockhalter, R.A. and Kathryn Tanis. Living 133 Row 1: Mike Pachloski. Row 2: Norman Ro- kosz, R.A.; Jeff Nelson, John Wynn, Gri- mace, Pat Duffy, Boh Nellis, and Bill Dyche. Row 3 John Jaguszewski, Tim Garfield, Steve Chamber lin, Grant Schmidt, Pete Re- dondo, Dale Etscheid, Ron Krause, Steve Zuher. Row 1 : Brad Naughton , Darren Winkler, Dan Becker, R.A.; Brian Hackharth, Scott Brinkmeier. Row I.- Brian McDermott, Mike Mansfiel, Dave Peistrup, Bart Cleland, Aaron Bradley and Pete the Duck, Paul Wirth, Kevin Daniels, Joel Edwards, and John Stricklin. Row I: Jeff Bottorff, R.A. Row 2: Scott Lawson, Brian Harris, W endell Carter, Paul " the mayor ' Schade, Mike Messenger, Rick Dusek. Brian Hennessy, Isaac Billups, and Troy Elbert. Row 3: Kirk Hauser, Em- erson Swinford, Joe Schrock, Jimmi Brook- hart, Chuck Matz, Darnell Lark, and Scott Peters. 134 Peter Obermann, James Burkey, and Christopher S. ill Strawniak. Row 2: David Leffel, Ed Greubel, John Bullock. Row 2: George H. Sears, Jim Alexander, Arlis, Terry Philhin, R.A.; Todd Bauer, George Krehs, and Tom Andy Dawrant, Tom Crenshaw, Rick Rujawitz, Mahoney. Ron ' 3: David Elzy, Michael Davis, Jeff Gonder, Steve and Jerry Yockey, R.A. Genders, Michael Jordan, and Michael Carlson. Row I: Mike Slapak and Eric Beguelin. Row 2: Dave Brawske, Tim Krueger, Jim " the swimmer ' ' Akin, Steve Seifert, R.A.; Greg " oak " Jansen, Paul Schroeder , and Mike King. Row 3: Curt W. Reed, Kevin Holeton, Jeff Cr alley. Bob Brown, Kieth Rauwolf, Jerry Jolliff, Sean " B.A. " Ready, Eric " Case " Sauer, and Mike McAfeo. Row 1: Ken Day, Lome Sturdivant, Doug Smith, Tim Arm- strong, and Arthur Breur. Row 2: Adam Walter , Jeff Palm- er , Jim Lemke, Gary Swick, Ben Shea, Mark Krusz, Paul Sbrogia. Row 3: Todd Frick, Troy Vodacek, Barry Lasswell, Tom Marino, Todd Kendall, Craig Morse, " Nakita " , Jeff Kiermas, Dave Kastner, Paul Sturm, and Chris Stiverson. 135 The Women of Fairview f " - T Apartments, Row I.- Jennifer Messenger and Mary Ongjoco. Row 2: Jackie Siwek, Karyn Schwab, Lisa Wojcik, Laura Nelson, Patty Reid, Anna Contarino, R.A.; Amy Fairchild, Chris Rittenhouse, and Carrie Bedrosian. The Women of Corner House, Row 1: Penny Beach, Missy Neville, Lisa Maurizi, Dawn Rahe, R.A.; Lori McMaster , Anne-Ma- rie Proske, and Lynn Hollenheck. Row 2: LeeAnn Schmidt, Susan Talbot, Chris Hopper, Pam Kegresse, Gina Jannink, Nancy Hoerner, Katie Bezak, Mindy Bone, and Dolo- res Stragand. 136 Row 1: Conrad Givers, Erin Shanahan, R.A.; and Steve McKenzie. Row 2: Len No vara, Bryan Horst, and David Gil- lingham. Not Pictured: Mike Foote, Dino Gavoni, and Darrell Gillespie. Row 1: Doug Ashcraft, John Fe- ken (not pictured), Kevin Wilson, Jeff Paczynski (not pictured) , and Dave Wright. Row 2: Mike Ben- shish and Tim Page. Not Pic- tured: Scott Ahaus. 137 Row 1: Mike Taylor or Earthpig. Row 2: Keviu Hale (R.A.) Maverick and Ted Malecki. Row 3: John Dobel or Alfonze, Eric Swenson, and Don Purviance. William Hall (censored) John Callahan Kevin Zerrenner Curt Beringer, R.A. Anthony Scales Stan Travis Paul Hope Kelt y Jackson Jim Paluga Jeff Mo n ken Will Whalen Cleo Johnson Jim I ' eeney 138 This year, as you all know, we began the construction project on L.A. This brought a lot of changes in office space and classroom meetings being held literally all of the campus. We think that the renovations will be enjoyed by all and we hope that the renovation of L.A. will be kept nice for years to come. Here are a few pictures of some of the construction going on. Among the renovations — a new student study lounge, an elevator in central L.A., a new stage and lighting and sound booth in Albert Taylor Theatre, air conditioning, and carpeting to name a few of the things that you can look forward to using beginning in August of 1987. Elevator Doors — 2nd floor First floor elevator being installed. Stage construction — Albert Taylor Hall Albert Taylor Theatre President — Debra Roberts Alpha Chi Omega was founded nationally in 1885. The chapter here at Millikin was founded in 1913. Alpha Chi Omega serves several l)hilanthropies including Cystic Fibrosis, Easter Seals and the McDowell Colony for learning disabled children. hurl, A. McCarthy, J. Roserie.J. Hulenieyer . B. Cuhhisoti, J . Koleson, S. Snow, J. Elliott, and L. Black. Row D. Merchant, J. Curtis, L. Howard, D. Even, A. Rhoades, B. Cyrulik, D. Hardy-Wauchope, D. Altig, K. Winkhart, L. Kimhrel, and D. Kastner. Row 4: T. Hooper, D. I ' aylor, D. Zandstra, V. Venier, J. Hills, J. Parks, K. Lower, S. Parks, D. Roberts, and S. Peak. 140 President — Dor a Cates Delta Delta Delta ii as founded nationally in 1 888. The chapter here at Millikin iv as founded in 1912. Delta Delta Delta sup- ports Cancer Research and The Cancer Association. They also provide a scholarship for which any female on campus may qualify. The Women of Delta Delta Delta, Row I: C. Proud, L. Denby,J. Czerwimki, C. Brennecke, C. Hlawek, A. Bass, B. Boarman, andD. Cates. Row 2: E. Tanis, T. Rich, C. Zuegel, K. Dugan, D. Miller, G. Frost, K. Snyder, J. Star key, S. Speers, and T. Wilcox. Row 3: B. Glasgow, A. Smith, J. Hand, C. Knoche,J. Eschman, T. Richards, J. Moser, C. Bizer, S. Blair, T. Darrah, T. Conreax, M. Gross, and M. Mong. Row 4: K. Schwartz, T. Lower y, B. Shriver, G. Pritts, E. Hinton,J. Pope, T. Freeman, M. Gulick, J. Jones, K. Cleveland, J. Hop- penjans, R. Bryant, A. Stillman,J. DelRe, and S. Price. Row 5: A. Thackery, P. Brown, J. Proud, N. Brown, K. Lasco, C. Norris, B. Procarione, K. Jacobson, S. Hamilton, K. McLaughlin, S. Yordy, K. Sabbert, J. Colburn, and S. Blair. 141 President — Tammy Holt Pi Beta Phi was the first national- ly founded women ' s fraternity in 1867 . The chapter here at Millikin was founded in 1912. Pi Beta Phi has formed and supports Settle- ment School, Arrowcraft, Arrow- mont School of Arts and Crafts, and Arrow in the Artie. I ' he Women of Pi Beta Phi. Row I: R. Beatty, C. Mester.J. Ely. M. Scott, T. Holt, J. Rakoczy. R. Leetz, andS. Estes. Row 2: L. Finney, K. Gates, J. Sharp, A. Keleher, L. Carrasco, Housemom — R. Weakly, B. Burkhalter, C. Mimon, A. Wiseman, J. Purcell. and C. Bedrosian. Row K. Hood, D. Miles, E. Ryerson, S. Steen, J. Schotanus, S. LeFeher. S. Natyshok, and C. Derocher. Row 4: V- Blasucci. L. DeAngelis, S. Swan, J. Kidd. R. DeCroot, S. Ehhert, G. Harris, K. Schnarr. K. Parkinson, B. Car ley. J. Shoemaker. M.Jones, and K. K nf;. Row 5: V. ' Fucker, C. Marietta, S. Christy, C. Komora, K. Green, L. Hazlet, S. Petard, K. Ely, D. Gregerson, J. Jurges, and M. DeWerfJ. M2 President — Lisa Gut iZeta Tau Alpha ivas founded nationally in 1898. The chapter here at Millikin was founded in 1912. Zeta Tau Alpha supports ARC, the Association for Re- tarded Citizens. They have also sponsored an Eating Disorders workshop this year. . • The Women of Zeta Tau Alpha, Row 1: L. Mundy, E. McMahon, V. Weathers, M. lanni, C. Geidner, and K. Stover. Row 2: T. Thompson, D. Williams, L. Scroggins, J. Gray, L. Hoffman, N. Mauck, A. Taylor, L. Gundy, and K. Girard. Row 3 L. Leinberger, T. Easterly, P. Nilles, A. Thomson, C. Degenhardt, A.D. Smith, A. Mehl, J. Floyd, L. Courtney, C. McCaffrey, and J. Creek. Row 4: A. Campagna, S. Dreyer, D. Reeder, T. Orchard, B. Brown, C. Telzrow, D. Davelis, J. Nicodemus, and K. Bing. 143 Ttf Omega wa$ j Mded nationally in 1863. The chapter here at Millikin was chartered in 1915. Their national philan- thropy is Easter Seals ivhile the local chap- ter serves the Decatur YMCA Big Broth- er Big Sister Program. The Men of Alpha Tau Omega, Row I: M. DePaHw, M. Proud, B. Naughton, J. Mario, M. Kuhica, K. Turner, andl Lee. Row 2: M. Voeller, S. Edwards, C. Matz, B. Wilson, J. Craven, F. Bruno, T. Newmann, v. Martin, and D. Brennecke. Row 3 K. Brock, E. Brown, 0. Gainer, D. Bales, J. Szczepanski, P. Schade, B. Brown, J. Johnston, T. Johnston, M. Ownes, and M. DeGroot. 144 Kappa Sigma was founded nationally in 1869. The chapter here at Millikin was founded in 1 966. Kappa Sigma serves sev- eral philanthropies and has been heavily involved with the YMCA this year. The Men of Kappa Sigma, Row 1: Fathead, J. Frank, Beak, C. Wronk, C. Wilson, and Boo-Boo. Row 2: P. Denbus, Small, Spunky, Obnoxious, and Grundy. Row 3: C. Beckway, R. Dusek, S. Sheehan, D. Shift, Bowsee, Kenny B., and B.K. Row 4: G. Schmidt, J. Slusser, Hattrick, L. Brooke, B. Hackbarth, and J. Wynn. Row 5: Y. Drew, J. Cool, Lughead, E. " Snake " Beguelin, and P. Redondo. 145 Sc f t 4CfiAa Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded nation- ally in 1856. The chapter here at Millikin was founded in 1911. Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon serves the American Cancer Society and is involved iyi the YMCA Big Brother program. The Men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Row I: N. Rokosz, L. Snake, and R. Miller. Row 2: D. McCormick, C. Stone, R.Jones, J. Skorburg, K. DyNirig, G. Radke, A. WakahayuM, K. Boc ine, and M. O ' Brien. Row J; T. Crenshaw, R. Rush, J. Ruzicka, B. Coleman, P. Duf- fy, D. Via, v. Bryson, S. Peters, B. Kuhiecek, S. Fletcher, D. McClelland, J. Perry, J. Duncan, and J. Ordinick. Row 4: J. Brookhart, J. Neuhauer, C. Walsh, D. Peistrup, D. Impastato, T. Dawson, M. Baker, T. Reiner, M. Yonan, K. Dixon, G. Gravatta, ]. Roesch, T. Smith, P. Ohermann, M. W asilewski, and R. McCurdy. Row 5 C. Boren, B. Kanallakan, R. Reehle, S. Russell, S. Trentz, D. Dunleavy, J. Schmedeke, B. Beamer, F. Laeowski, B. Girard, J. Marshall, T. Knepler, S. McKenzie, W. Folong, F. Hickman, and S, Capps. 146 Tau Ka )[hi V Inihni ivas founded national- ly in 1899. In 1909 it was the first Greek chapter founded here at Alillikin and the second TKE chapter to be founded in the nation. Tau Kappa Epsilon sponsors the St. Jude ' s Children ' s Memorial Hospital as well as the American Diabetes Association. The Men of Tau Kappa Epsilon, Row 1: C. Bonds, T. Rippen, and K. Wambly. Row 2: J. Townsley, R. Copeland, D. Schade, R. War field, D.D. Ramone, R. Keenan, B. Cleland, B. Warren, and M. Cunningham. Row 3: D.Johnston, J. Pfeifer, B. Case, T. Frick, T. Martin, C. Hawks, S. Genders, T. MacPherson, D. Fient, and E. Waller. Row 4- ' C. Hale, W. Roth, J. Ramone, U.B. Forty, Ratt, Choc. Thunder, B. Boo, Arff, Spiney, Buzz, Kroger Chris, F.L. Drib, H. Cannit, T. Stout, and B. Buster. 147 Despite the loss of 23 letter men, including seven first or second team all- CCIW selections, three All- Americans, and a majority of the defense which ranked seventh in scoring defense, 1 5th in rushing defense, and 1 4th in total defense among NCAA Division III schools, our Big Blue had a fantastic season! We lost size but gained speed and some equally talented players to replace those we lost. We had a good blend of youth and experience at every position which helped our team considerably. The Big Blue squad featured 35 returning letter men, including 12 returning starters, a handful of quality transfers and a talented fresh- men class from among 92 squad members. This year ' s team featured an explosive offense and a tremendous swarming defense. It seemed that the games became haunted by rain and the football field was basically ruined by the end of the season. Well, the field is undergoing a face lift and will be ready for action for the 1987 season. It was a great season, let ' s go for the CCIW title next year! Co-captains — John Cardamone Marc Daniels. Two Millikin University football players were named to the GTE District Five College Division Ail-American team, first step in the GTE Academic Ail-American selection process. Elected to the squad were senior free safety Marc Daniels of Jackson- ville and junior defensive end Eric Dolen of Tre- mont. The District Five team was chosen by College Sports Information Directors of America members in Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Players elected to the eight district teams will be on the national ballot for the GTE Academic Ail- American team. To be eligible for consideration, players must have at least a 3.2 cumulative grade point average on a 4-0 scale and have at least sophomore standing. Daniels, a four-year Big Blue starter and team captain, was named to the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin all- conference first team at defensive back this season after earning second team honors a year ago. He is Millikin ' s No. 5 tackier this season with 53 tackles, including 28 solo stops and one for a loss. Daniels ' career stats featured 143 tackles and nine intercep- tions. Dolen, a two-time letter winner, became a starter this season and was Millikin ' s No. 3 tackier with ()() tackles, including 23 solo stops, four for losses and four sacks. Receiving honorable nioition in district voting was senior quarterback John Car- damone of Broadview. Cardamone is a three-year letter man and was 1 9fi( co-captain. He completed 73 of 144 passes for I2IH yards and 12 touch- downs this season. Most people think team work keeps the Big Blue football quad a tightly knit group, and that ' s partly true. Actually much of the responsibilities goes to a group of students serving as trainers under the direction of Sam Trusner. The Student Trainers for the season were Row I: freshman Jennifer Rhecling, a physical education major from Pa.xton; junior Bruce Lanum, a nursing major from Decatur; and junior Sue Palter, a two-time letter winner on the tennis team from Summit. Row 2: freshman Ronda Beaty, a physical therapy major from Petersburg; junior Amy Runklc, a physical education major from Rushville; freshman Ben Davis, a physical therapy major from Decatur; and sophomore Laura Edgar, a physical education major from Belleville. The Fighting Big Blue, Row 1: J. Monken, C. Strzelczyk, A. Hastings, G. DeVries, C. Martin, G. Czart, D. Smith, T. Brewer, C. Strader, and C. Hart. Row 2: J. Cardamone, J. Lemke,J. Feeney, M. Meunier, A. Dawrant, G. Hack, M. Daniels, M. Langdon, C. Bolin, and D. Stephens. Row 3: B. McWherter, M. Rahn, C. Givers, K. Jackson, T. Natyschok, L. Maynard, S.Jackson, B. Hawkins, J. Thompson, andT. Howell. Row 4 ' T . Andriano, S. Travis, J. Arlis, J. Palmer, R. Rujawitz, G. Sperekas, K. Wegrzyn, D. Gordon, B. Brown, and L. Sturdivant. Row 5; T. Mahoney, R. Hensel, E. Black, K. Holeton, A. Gerk, S. Nofsinger, C. Matz, M. Krusz, D. Rasmussen, and D. Dugan. Row 6: F. Krebs, T. Philbin, A . Owen, A. Boehme, K. Rauwolf, K. Rutledge, K. Crandall, andC. Larson. Row 7: J. Alexander, J. Query, J. Bart, G. Swick, K. Brown, A. Walter, A. Anderson, C. Reed, and B. Shea. Row 8: E. Dolen, T. Bauer, and S. Wilson. About The Coaches Head Coach Carl Poelker Became head coach prior to the 1 982 season, after serving as assistant coach for 14 years. His record for 4 seasons at Millikin is } 1-15-1. Doug Neibuhr Serves as offensive coordinator and has been on the coaching staff since 1977. Healso serves as golf coach and intramural director. Tom Jensen Serves as a coach of the offen ,ii e front and been with the staff since 1 981 u-. .i part-time assi-.tant. He ah ' j serves as ail admissions counselor u here he works with prospective stu- dent- le . Tim Uttrell Joitted the staff ill 198 I am works with the defensive secon- SHry, Also serves as basketball assistant and teaches physical education. Mike Poe Works with the defensive line and joined the staff in 198}. Besides assisting football he also serves as head wrestling coach. Pat Schmiederer Joined the ranks in 1984 and works with the linebackers. He is a residence hall director and also serves as assistant wres- tling coach. Fred Thompson Works with the running backs and is new to the staff this year. Season Record Millikin 38, Carroll 0 Millikin 28, Wheaton 0 Millikin 44. III, Wesleyan 14 Millikin 41 Carthage 8 Millikin 41, SIV Baptist 20 Millikin 48, North Central 7 Augustana 12, Millikin 2 Elmhurst 14, Millikin 13 Millikin 37, North Park 14 Millikin Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. •7 Susan Aide Hitter 5-9 • 12 Setter C J-O tr. Youth and inexperience dominated the Big Blue roster, but there 11 Shelley Brandenburg Hitter 5-7 So. was quite a bit of talent among three returning starts and six lamt Harrison newcomers. The Big Blue lost four key players, including three 3 Hitter 5-6 Sr. starters, from last year ' s NCAA Division III qualifier that was 9 Lisa Jacobazzi Hitter 5-9 So. responsible for a school record victory total with a 31-12 mark. Returning Big Blue starters included co-captains Tami Harri- 4 Hallie Pierceall Setter 5-3 So. son, a senior three-time letter winner, and Susan Aide, a junior who is the top returnee in hitting percentage. The other return- 2 Shelli LaReau Setter 5-4 Fr. ing starter was sophomore Hallie Pierceall. The Big Blue sched- ule featured a full slate of CCIW matches, including a road 6 Terri Schrishuhn Hitter 5-5 Ft. match against defending NCAA Division III champion Elm- 5 Kelley Swick Setter 5-6 Fr. hurst and participation in three challenging invitationals at Elmhurst, Illinois Benedictine, and Calvin (Mich.). 13 Kim Thornton Hitter 5-9 Fr. Front Row: Shelley Brandenburg, Lisa Jacobazzi, Kim I ' hornton, Susan Aide, and Tami Harrison. Row 2: Hallie Pierceall, Kelley Swick, Terri Schrishuhn, Jennifer Beth, Shelli LaReau, and Coach Voisiti. 152 Susan Aide goes for the ball 1986 Millikin University Women ' s Volleyball Record: 17-24 Date Opponent W-L 9-6 Lincoln W 9-6 Lakeland L 9-9 Blackburn W 9-12 Carroll w 9-12 Huntington L 9-12 U.C. San Diego L 9-12 Kalamazoo L 9-12 Alma W 9-13 Carthage L 9-13 VC ' heaton L 9-17 Knox L 9-19 St. Mary ' s W 9-19 Aurora w 9-20 St. avier L 9-20 National CoMeee ok Edit. W 9-20 L 9-24 Greenville . . - - iii €sm4il 1 1 fl L 9-27 W 9-27 .Carroll W 9-30 Hll We leyan 1 1 " nimhjin.i i , w 10-3 L 10-7 North Park C W 10-11 Augif tana S ' ' w 10-11 DePauu w 10-15 McKendree L 10-17 Wheaton L 10-17 Olivet Nazarene L 10-17 Illinois College W 10-18 MacMurray L 10-18 Wheaton L 10-21 Illinois College W 10-21 Eureka L 10-24 IBC L 10-28 MacMurray W 10-29 Blackburn L 10-31 Baldwin-Wallace L 10-31 Albion L 10-31 Adrian L 11-4 Carthage L 11-4 Olivet Nazarene W 1 1-7 III. Wesleyan W 11-7 Elmhurst L 11-8 Augustana L Shelley Brandenburg gets set for the ball caw STANDINGS 1. Elmhurst 2. Wheaton 3. Carthage 4. Millikin 3. Illinois Wesleya 6. North Central 7. Augustana 8. North Park 9. Carroll 153 The Big Blue Soccer team enjoyed its first intercollegiate varsity season in 1986, after being a club sport for three years. Seven returning starters and a promising group of newcomers combined to make their premier sea- son a success. The team ended the sea- son with a 6-8 record, with three of the losses being by only one goal. Highlights of the season included a 2- 1 win over conference for Illinois Wesleyan, and a 1-0 victory over Rose-Hulman, a school who has a long tradition of soccer success. Co- captains for the team were Steve Capps a Junior midfielder from Chatham and Scott Peters a Junior midfielder from Decatur. They, along with Coach Bodamer and As- sistant Coach Wessel, are looking for- ward to establishing such a tradition for this young Millikin sport. 1986 Millikin University Roster I ume rOS. tit. wt. r. Hometown Jimmi Bookhart Midfielder 6-0 160 Fr. Springfield Steve Capps Midfielder 6-0 165 Jr. Chatham Tom Crenshaw Fullback 5-8 145 Fr. Rock Falls Kent Dixon Midfielder 5-9 165 Sr. Decatur Jim Duncan Forward 5-11 165 Sr. Decatur ■ CjhvtS hK.l tl ' ttt€T For ward 5-10 1 60 Fr. Steger Jack Kl a witter Fullback 5-8 165 So. Steger Howard Klose Fullback 5-10 160 Fr. Peoria Jay Marshall Midfielder 6-i 165 ■ Decatur John Marshall Midfielder 6-4 170 Jr- Decatur Dan McCormick Forward 5-8 125 Jr- Hinsdale Peter Obermann Fullback 5-11 155 Fr. Hoffman Estates David Peistrup Forward 5-11 145 Fr. St. Louis, Mo. Scott Peters Midfielder 6-0 150 Jr- Decatur Richard Reeble Goalie 6-3 150 Sr. Belleville Rick Rush Fullback 5-8 135 Jr- Genei ' a John Sanders Midfielder 5-11 165 So. Oak Park Eric Swenson Fullback 6-0 170 Sr. Elmhurst Chris Walsh Fullback 5-11 170 Fr. Hoffman Estates The Big Blue Soccer l earn, Row I: Kick Reeble, Rick Rush, John Marshall , Jack Kla witter, and Craig Devalis. Row 2: Chris Klawitter, lorn Crenshaw, Chris Walsh, Jimmi Brookhart, John Sanders, and Jay Marshall. Row .h- Assistant Coach Walt Wessel, Coach Dr. William liodan er. Jim Duncan, Eric Swenson, Steve Cap fs, Scott Peters, Peter Obermann. Shawne Peoples, manager; and Molly Austiff, manager. Co-captain Steve Capps Co-captain Scott Peters moves the ball down the field. Sept. 12 Webster L 0-5 13 Marytille L 0-5 J7 St. Francis L 2-5 20 McKendree L 0-5 23 Lincoln Ch. W 7 5-0 27 Rose-Hul. W 1-0 29 Knox 3-0 Oct. 4 Rose-Hul. L 0-1 6 North Cen. W 3-1 ' 10 Lincoln Ch. w 8-0 16 III. Wes. L 4-8 22 McKendree L 0-9 30 III. Wcs. 2-1 Nov. 5 Knox L 4-5 Jimmi Brookhart blocks a shot from the other team. 135 This years women s cross country team held a lot of promise for a good season. Returning most valuable run- ner Karen DeWerff, a junior, paced a group of seven returning letter win- ners and a promising group of new- comers for the Big Blue. The key for this year ' s team was to keep everyone healthy and off the injured list. The 1985 season saw Tracy Ciota and Margaret Doak, both very promising individuals on the team, on the in jury list with ankle problems. The team finished fourth in conference. The team at the starting line. The Women ' s Cross Country team, Rotv I: Karen DeWerff, Sharon Pearl, Kiriga Ehner, Michelle Kolscth, and Lisa Moellcr. Ron I.- Diane llardy-Wauchope, Denise Hardy-W auchope, Pat Woodruff, Margaret Doak, Tracy Ciota, and Coach Luy. Missing from picture: Sunny Keaton, and Danielle Waller. 156 Women ' s Cross Country Roster NAME Tracy Ciota Karen DeWerff Kinga Ehner Margaret Doak HT. YR. 5-8 SR. 5-4 JR. 5-0 SO. 5-5 SO. Diane Hardy-Wauchope 5-7 SR. Denise Hardy-Wauchope 5-7 SR. Michelle Hoffman Sunny Keaton Lisa Moeller Sharon Peart Michelle Rolseth Danielle Waller Pat Woodruff 5-4 JR. 5-9 FR. 5-6 SR. 5-2 SR. 5-3 FR. 5-4 FR. 5-7 SO. Most Improved — Kinga Ehner Most Valuable — Karen DeWerff 1986 Women ' s Results LINCOLNLAND INVITATIONAL Vfashington U. 37, Millikin 78, Principia 1 19, Lincoln 143, St. Francis 162, Olivet Nazarene 218, Illinois Benedictine 228, Eureka 234, Greenville 243, Illinois C. 246, Webster C. 254, and Blackburn 264. ; REGENTS CLASSIC Wheaton 39, Millikin 70. St. Francis 115, and Rockford 186. MILLIKIN CLASSIC Washington U. 41.S.I.U. 73. Parkland 79, U. of Evansville 84, Millikin 96, and Principia 121. DANVILLE CC INVITATIONAL SIU Edwardsville 56, Millikin 40, and Vincennes 47 . MONMOUTH ST MEET Augustana 35, Millikin 78, Principia 78, North Park 125, Monmouth 129, III. College 154, Knox 172, Blackburn 175, Aurora 176, and Greenville 197. CCIW CHAMPIONSHIP Wheaton 36, North Central 76, Augustana 78, Millikin 1 25, Elmhurst 129, Carroll 131, North Park 158, Carthage 197, and III. Wes. —. Sunny and Denise lead the pack! 157 heading the way for the Big Blue, who finished seventh in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin this year, were junior Mike O ' Brien, No. 2 runner last season and 1984 most valuable runner, and freshman standout Bob Bergland. Several other runners were expected to show great talent this season and they were junior Frank Martin, sophomore Jerry Yockey, and Pat German, who placed 25rd in the IHSA Class A state cross coun- try meet last season and finished fifth in the 900 -meter run at the Class A state track meet. Others expected to be among the top seven runners for the season were Tim Stout, Mike Lents, Scott Woodruff and Norm Rokosz. The Men oj the Men ' s Cross (..oinitry tvuni. Row I: Put (urttuin, I runk i irlin, linh Berglam , ami Mike O ' Brien. Row 2: iim Stout, Jerry ockey, Scott Woodruff, Steve Seifert, and Coach Luy. Not Pictured: Chad Scheer The men at the starting line. Sophomore Chad S cheer Junior Mike O ' Brien Men ' s Cross Country Roster NAME HT. m. Bob Bergland 6-0 FR. Tim Cramer 5-7 JR Pat German 5- 0 FR. Mike Lents 5-8 SR. Prank I artin 5-8 Mike O ' Brien 5-6 JR Norm Rokosz 5-11 JR- Chad Scheer 5-10 so. Steve Seijert 5-9 so. Tim Stout 5-10 so. Scott Woodruff 6-2 JR Jerry Yockey 6-1 so. 1986 Men ' s Results LINCOLNLAND INVITATIONAL Washington U. 28, Millikin 103, Olivet Nazarene 103, Danville Area CC 126, Lincolnland 136, Illinois Benedictine 171, Greenville 176, Principia 260, Black- burn 276, Lincoln 286, St. Francis 303, Spoon River 381. Eureka 424, Maryville 447, Webster 513, and Illinois College 539. | REGENTS CLASSIC « Lewis 34, Wheaton 46, Olivet Nazarene 102. Mdhktn 112, North Park 146, Illinois Benedictine 179, Elmhurst 190, Concordia 197, Eureka 247, Rockford 277, Northeastern 328. MILLIKIN CLASSIC Washington University 33, SIU 69, Parkland 89, U. ofEvansville 98, III. Wesleyan 109, Millikin 165, Danville Area CC. 179, Lincolnland CC. 199, Greenville College 233, Principia College 27 1, and Spoon River College 337. DANVILLE AREA CC INVITATIONAL Vincennes " A " 35, EIU " A " 53. SIU 65, Millikin 117, Rose-Hulman 155, Danville 165, Kennekuk 187, EIU " B " 217, Lincoln 236, Spoon River 257, Vincennes " B " 276. MONMOUTH 57 " . MEET Illinos Wesleyan 59, Millikin 72, Knox 72, North Park 99, Principia 128, Mon- mouth 134, Greenville 158, Blackburn 222, and Aurora 274- CCIW CHAMPIONSHIP North Central 1, Augustana 51, Wheaton 73, Carroll 135, Illinois Wesleyan 140, North Park 157, Millikin 180, Elmhurst 234, and Carthage 290. Freshman Bob Bergland The 1986-87 tennis team was under a new coach this year. Mrs. Bramion, whose husband Mike coached the Big Blue mens team between 1975-80 and assisted at Millikin practices, welcomed the return of the entire starting line up from last year ' s team responsible for a school record victory total with an 8-1 mark. The Big Blue returned eight letter winners, including most valuable player Laura Hutchings, a senior who had a 13-4 No. 1 singles record and 7-3 No. 1 doubles mark, and two time letter winner Ann Clayton, a senior who was in Europe last year after compiling an 8-2 record at No. 6 singles in 1984- Other top players included Hutchings ' No. 1 doubles partner Jennifer Fisher, a senior who compiled a 11-3 mark at No. 3 singles, and junior twins Sue and Jenny Parks, expected to fill the No. 2 and 4 singles spots respectively and combine at No. 2 doubles. Sue Parks had a 6-4 No. 2 singles record and Jenny was 11-4 at No. 4 and as a pair they tallied a 6-2 doubles mark. Battling for the final two singles sports and final doubles combination with Clayton were letter winners Aundrea Beschorner , a senior, and junior Sue Palter. Beschorner and Palter played at both No. 5 and 6 singles last year and combined for an 8-3 doubles mark. Top Returning Seniors Jennifer Fisher and Laura Hutchings l g Meg Mc Keller One of the Parks twins Sue Palter Row I. Jennifer Fisher, Sue Parks, Jenny Parks, Meg McKellar, and Sue Palter. Row 2: Laura Hatchings, Ann Clayton, Leslie Gilbert, Aundrea Beschorner, Tracy Darrah, Jean Kottke, and coach Donna Brannon. Millikin Roster Name HT Yr. Aundrea Beschorner 5-3 SR. Ann Clayton 5-10 SR. Tracy Darrah 5-3 SO. Jennifer Fisher 5-11 SR. Leslie Gilbert 5-8 SO. Laura Hutchings 5-5 SR. Jean Kottke 5-5 FR. Meg McKellar 5-10 SO. Sue Palter 5-7 JR- Jenny Parks 5-8 JR- Sue Parks 5-8 JR- Big Blue Dual Meet Results (Record: 7-4) Opponent Score Lewis Clark W6-3 Quincy W6-3 St. Francis W 5-4 Illinois Wesleyan W6-3 Washington U. (Mo.) L 6-3 North Central W7-2 Sangamon State W 5-4 Wheaton L 9-0 Elmhurst L 6-3 Augustana W 5-4 Knox L 6-3 161 u ' z5 tough year for the Big Blue Men ' s Tennis team. They only returned three letter men and two oj its top six players from a team that had a 7-6 dual meet record and finished fourth in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin a year ago to finish with a 5-9 dual meet record and finish sixth in the conference. Two hopefuls that were expected to handle the top two singles spots and help Millikin obtain its performance of a year ago were Jeff John- ston and Brian Peoples. Johnston compiled a 6-9 overall No. 1 singles record and Brian Peoples compiled an overall 4-10 No. 2 singles. The two combined on No. 1 doubles to have a 9-8 record. Another returner, Kevin Wilson, ended the season with a 4-11 overall record on No. 3 singles and a 4-8 and 0-1 No. 2 doubles overall record. The rest of the team were newcomers that helped the team along the way to the sixth place finish in the conference. Most Improved Arlyn Poppen Front row: Coach Young, Bri- an Peoples, Troy Elbert, Sean Cald- well, and Philip Fein- sot. Row 2: Kevin W il- son, Arlyn Poppen, Bri- an Girard, Jeff John- ston, and Daniel Key. 162 Brian Peoples New-comer Brian Girard Freshman Troy Elbert Men ' s Tennis Roster NAME HT. WT. YR. Sean Caldwell 5-9 160 SO. Troy Elbert 6-0 170 FR. Philip Feinsot 6-1 150 SO. Brian Girard 6-0 165 SO. Jeff Johnston 6-2 190 JR- Brian Peoples 5-11 165 SR. Arlyn Poppen 6-2 185 SR. Daniel Rey 6-4 200 FR. Kevin Wilson 6-1 175 JR- Dual Meet Results (Record: 3-9) Opponent Culver-Stockton Score W9-0 Lewis Clark L 9-0 North Park L 8-1 Carthage North Central W 5-4 L 5-4 Illinois Wesleyan Knox L 9-0 L 6-3 Lincoln W9-0 Greenville L 5-4 Illinois College Elmhurst L 8-1 L 9-0 Olivet Nazarene L 5-4 163 This was Coach Mike Poes fourth year coaching the Big Blue Wrestling squad and he had his largest squad so far. The squad returned four CCIW place winners among eight lettermen, including two-time CCIVf ' heavyweight champion Kip Crandall and l67-pound CCIW runner-up David Andriano. Going into the season Crandall had a two-year record of 45-7, but due to a strained back he was out for some of the season. Poe sees our Wrestling program at Millikin on the rise. Millikin ' s lineup received a boost at 1 18 pounds with the addition of aggressive freshman Tom Marino, who had a 24-2 high school record at 98 pounds last year and was a regional champion. Other stand outs for the season were Matt McDonnell and Steve Elledge who both finished 1st in CCBV and were NCAA Div. Ill National Qualifiers along with Kip Crandall. Big Blue Wrestling Roster Name Wt. Yr. Scott A feo 190 So. Aric Anderson 190 Sr. David Andriano 167-177 Sr. Lee Brooke 150 Fr. Brent Campbell 167 Jr. Kip Crandall HWT. Jr. Steve El lege 158 So. Dale Etscheid 150 Jr. George Krebs 158 So. Al Lott 177-190 Sr. Scott Magee 167 Jr. Tom Mahoney HWT. So. Tom Marino 118 Fr. Matt McDonnell 126-134 Jr. Brian Ritter 158 So. Vince Smith 134 Fr. Bill Strawniak 142 Fr. Dave Strawniak 167 So. Chet Strzelczyk 142-150 Sr. Row I: Lee Brooke, Bill Strawniak. Matt McDonnell, Tom Marino, Chet Strzelczyk, and Dale Etschied . Row 2: Scott Ma- gee, George Krebs, Steve Elledge, Brent Campbell, Kip Crandall, Tom Mahoney, Scott Alfeo, David Andriano, and Brian Ritter. Row 3: Coach Alike Poe. 164 I- 1 f 1 Matt McDonnell puts the hold on an opponent Season Dual Results — Record: 8-7-0 Date MU Opponent (Lo cat to n ) OPP 12-11 3 Wabash (A) 42 12-11 36 DePauw (N) 16 1-20 9 Olivet Nazarene (A) 28 1-23 50 North Central (N) 3 1-23 30 Wheaton (A) 20 1-23 12 Augustana (N) 22 1-28 20 MacMurray (H) 24 1-30 6 Olivet, Mich. (N) 32 1-30 30 Elmhurst (N) 19 1-30 51 DePauw (A) 4 1-30 6 Wabash (A) 33 1-31 36 Rose-Hulman (N) 1-31 18 Wittenberg (N) 24 2-3 31 Knox (A) 14 2-3 33 Illinois College (N) 17 Getting Set for the move Sophomore Steve Elledge moves for a hold An opponent makes his move on one of our players. 165 70 hori Kerans, a 1985 Millikin graduate, replaced Harriett Crannell, who retired from coaching after leading Millikin to a 16-year record of 180- 102, 1 1 winning seasons and 10 post-season tournament appearances. Team lead- ers for this years ' season were 3-foot- 5 Junior guard Paula Keller, a second team All- American last year who led the Big Blue in scoring and supplied a team leading 88 assists, and 5-8 senior forward Queen Dicker son who led NCAA Division III players in field goal percentage by making 62.4 percent of her attempts last year. Other returning letter winners from last year ' s 15-8 squad, which lost two key starters were sophomore point guard Erin W hitley, who averaged 4-3 points and 3.9 assists a game as a starter: junior forward Susan Aide, an all-CClW hitter in volleyball, and Janet Collins, a reserve sophomore guard. This years ' team had a very strong freshman class which contained forward Betty Ray, center Jennifer Rheeling, guard Stacey La- Feher, guard Terri Schrishuhn, guard Robin Harris, and forward Phyllis Sperry. Second team All-American Paula Keller and 3 time letter winner Queen Dickerson. Row I: Erin Whitley and Robin Harris Row 2: Queen Dickerson. Susan Aide. Jennifer Rheeling. Phyllis S ierry. Janet Collins, and Betty Ray. Row }: Boh Beck- with, student assistant coach; Cheryl Walejko, Terri Schrishuhn, Paula Keller, Stacey LaTeher, Coach Lori Kerans, and Assistant Couch Judy iitzgerald. Forward Susan Aide goes for the shot Coach Lori Kerans Named coach of the Millikiii University women ' s program following the 19S5-86 season, was former Big Blue standout Lori Kerans. Kerans, a 19S3 Millikin graduate who earned her master ' s degree at Illinois State University, is a residence hall director. After graduating from Newton High School, she became a four -year letter winner in basketball at Millikin, a three-time letter winner in Softball and won the M Award givett annually to the senior who has contributed the most to the women ' s athletic program. She was most valuable player on the 1 98 5 basketball team which placed third in the NCAA Division III tournament and was named to the American Women ' s Sports Federation All- American second team that season. In Softball she was a second team Academic All-American in 1985, co-captain of the team three years and most valuable player in 1984. Student Assistant Bob Beckwith Volunteering his services as an assistant coach is Bob Beckwith, a junior business administration major from Sandwich. At Sandwich H.S. he lettered in basketball and baseball. He played junior varsity basketball for Millikin his freshman year before injuries forced him to the sidelines. Assistant Judy Fitzgerald Joining Kerans on the Big Blue coaching staff in 1986-87 was assistant coach Judy Fitzgerald, a 1980 Millikin graduate who lettered four years in basketball. The Decatur St. Teresa High School graduate previousl y coached junior high school basketball and high school volleyball for five years in Leland, III. She is employed by Decatur Public Schools at Adolf Meyer Tone Center. Season Schedule Dec. 5 at Elmhurst Dec. 6 at North Park Dec. 9 at St. Francis Dec. 13 Carthage Dec. 20 at heat on Jan. 8-10 California-San Diego Tournament Jan. 14 McKendree Jan. 16 Carroll Jan. 17 at North Central Jan. 20 111. Wesleyan Jan. 23 at Carroll Jan. 24 at Carthage Jan. 28 at Augustana Jan. 30 North Park Jan. 31 North Central Feb. 4 Washington U. Feb. 6 Elmhurst Feb. 7 Augustana Feb. 11 Southern-Illinois (Edwardsville) Feb. 14 Wheat on Feb. 17 at Illinois Wesleyan Feb. 21 Marycrest Feb. 27 at Illinois Benedictine Guard Robin Harris manuevers the ball down the court. Millikin Junior Varsity Roster NO. NAME POS HT YR. O David Gillingham G 5-9 SO 2 Ron Martin G 5-11 FR. 4 Wendell Carter G 6-3 SO. 20 Mike McAfee F 6-3 SO. 22 Darrell Gillespie G 5- 0 so. 24 Eric Sauer G 6-5 so. 25 Bill Tolone P 6-4 so. JO Mike Slapak P 6-5 so. . 2 lorn Knepler P 6-5 FR. 33 Mark Cox P 6-4 FR. 34 Kenton Day G 6-1 FR. 40 Greg Jansen P 6-6 SO. 42 Robert Schaefer F 6-6 so. Coach: Tim Littrell 9 T Ofte of the team ' s most valuable players — Bart Bar nes. Millikin Varsity Roster NO. NAME POS HT YR. 10 David Gillingham G 5-9 SO. 12 Ron Martin G 5-11 FR. 14 Joe Gain G 6-2 JR- 20 Mike McAfee F 6-3 SO. 22 Chuck Martin G 6-2 FR. 24 Brian Horst G 6-2 SO. 25 Eric Sauer G 6-5 SO. 30 Mike Slapak F 6-5 SO. 32 Dave Mat hen y F 6-2 JR- 33 Bart Barnes F 6-3 SR. 34 Cleo Johnson F 6-3 SR. 3 5 Jeff Hutchinson F 6-5 JR- 40 Steve McKenzie F 6-6 so. 42 Mark Cox G 6-4 FR. 44 Jeff Bottorff F 6-5 SO. Coach: Joe Ramsey Assistant: Tim Littrell 168 The other Most Valuable player, Bri an Horst Cleo Johnson goes for two 1987 Schedule CCIW Standings CCIW TEAM W L North Park 14 2 III. Wesleyan 12 4 North Central 12 4 Millikin 11 5 Wheat on 8 8 August ana 7 9 Carroll 4 12 Carthage 3 13 Elmhurst I 15 Ken yon L 68-73 Wooster W 75-64 MacMurray W 79-44 Wabash w 87-79 Augustana w 83-80 Eastern Illinois w 90-77 DePauw L 57-88 Grand Canyon, Ariz L 76-84 Aupustana L 101-105 Elmhurst W 87-73 Bishop, Tex. w 99-82 North Park L 74-101 Carroll W 61-55 Washington U. W 61-59 Carroll W 68-49 Carthase W 76-67 Illinois Wesleyan L 78-80 North Central W 80-67 Wheat on IT 97-67 Elmhurst 93-62 North Park L 78-85 North Central W 92-75 Wheat on W 86-68 Carthage W 85-60 Illinois Wesleyan L 79-96 Junior forward Dave Matheny goes for a lay up. Sophomore forward Jeff Bottorff goes for the points heading the way for Millikim swim team this year was seven time All- American junior Rodney Miller. He led Millikin to a 13-0 dual meet ' s out- standing record and its first CCIW title in 1 1 years. He was co- winner of the meet ' s outstanding swimmer award after winning the 100 and 200- yard breast stroke and 200 individual med- ley and swimming on the first place 400 and 800 freestyle relays. The seven-time All- American is national champion in the 100 and 200 breast stroke. Maggie Young, the women ' s Most valuable swimmer is a two-time All- American as a member of relay teams. She led Millikin to a third place finish in the CCIW Championships by winning the 200 breast stroke, finishing second in the 100 breast stroke and sixth in the 200 individual medley. Other outstanding performers from the womens and mens teams include Michele Bostic, who won 2 1 races in 1 1 different events this year, freshman Kathy Schnarr, who placed among the top five at the CCIW Championships as did sophomore Amy Smilgius. For the men ' s team there were sophomores Ron Kurza, and Grant Schmidt, Juniors Pat Duffy and Rodney Miller — all four members of the Big Blue ' s fourth place 800 freestyle relay team. Besides Kurza, Miller and Schmidt, there were also James Akin and Peter Redondo who both served on the 400 freestyle and the 400 medley re- lay teams respectively. Here ' s looking to an outstanding season in 1988! Keep climbing the ladder at Nationals! Wendi Prell, Team leadership award Kathy Hagedorn, Most Valuable Div- winner er Two-time All- American Maggie Young and Seven- time All- American Rodney Miller Lady Blue Swimmers and Divers, Seated left to right: Amy Smilgius, Kathy Schnarr, Maggie Young, Wendi Prell, and Michelle Bostic. Standing: Lisa Marusarz, Colleen McCormick, Sandi Dryer, and Kathy Hagedorn. 170 The Men ' s Swim- ming and Diving team, seated left to right: Rodney Mill- er, Ron Kurza, Scott Sheehan, Bob Nellis and Brian Hunt. Kneeling left to right: Patrick Duf- fy, Peter Redondo, and Jim Slusser. Standing left to right: John Hun- drieser, Brian Hack- harth, Grant Schmidt, James Akin, Bryan Kramer, Dan Ste- pansky, and Greg Dart. 1986-87 Big Blue Women ' s Swimming Results DATE OPPONENT INVITATIONAL SCORE PLACE ll l North Central W 70-25 n 7 Washington U., Mo. L 54-57 Butler L 57-72 U 7 Rockford W 75-27 11 8 Washington U. Co-ed Relays 1st 4 teams 11 14 Lincoln College W 105-42 11 22 Augustana W 56-49 12 6 Lake Forest L 44-61 12 6 Loras W 69-55 12 27 Ed Kennedy East-West Meet 7th 10 teams J 9 Missouri-St. Louis W 78-55 1 16 Eureka W 64-24 1 16 MacMurray W 60-57 l ' 7 Principia L 78-114 1 23-24 Illinois Intercollegiates ird li teams Augustana Viking Olympics 4th 5 teams 2 3 Eastern Illinois L 69-106 2-26-28 CCIW Championships 5rd 6 teams 1986-87 Big Blue Men ' s Swimming Results DATE OPPONENT INVITATIONAL SCORE PLACE 11 1 Illinois Institute of Technology W 77-58 11 1 North Cetitral W 81-54 1 1 7 Washington U., Mo. W 67-45 " 7 Butler W 71-57 11 8 Washington U. Coed Relays 1st 4 teams n 14 Lincoln College W 128-57 11 22 Augustana W 152-74 12 6 Lake Forest W 61-52 12 15 North Central Invitational 1st 6 teams 12 27 Ed Kennedy East-West Meet 1st 9 teams 1 9 Missouri-St. Louis W 152-60 1 16 Eureka W 80-22 1 16 MacMurray W 88-15 1 17 Principia W 124-82 1 25-24 Illinois Intercollegiates 1st 15 teams 2 4 Eastern Illinois W 157-67 2 14 Wabash W 155-82 2 26-28 CCIW Championships at Wheaton 1st 6 teams 5 19-21 NCAA Division III Championships 6th 70 teams Women ' s Big Blue Season Bests EVENT NAME AND MEET TIME PTS. 50-YD Freestyle Kathy Schnarr, CCIW Meet 26.50 lOO-lT) Freestyle Amy Smilgius, Loras L. Forest 58.92 200-YD Freestyle Amy Smilgius, Loras L. Forest 2:07.80 500-yD Freestyle Michelle Bostic, Principia 5:58.80 100-YD Backstroke Michelle Bostic, CCIW Meet 1:02.70 200-YD Backstroke Michelle Bostic, CCIW Meet 2:19.62 100-YD Breast Maggie Young, CCIW Meet 1:10.81 200-YD Breast Maggie Young, CCIW Meet 2:54.54 100-YD Butterfly Amy Smilgius, III. Intercoll. 1:05.47 200-YD Butterfly Michelle Bostic, Viking Olympics 5:04.88 1 -Meter Diving Dual Kathy Hagedorn, N. Central 177.55 Invitational Kathy Hagedorn, Viking Olympics 281.45 5-Meter Diving Kathy Hagedorn, Mo. -St. Louis 174.20 Invitational Kathy Hagedorn, Viking Olympics 501.95 200-YD Medley Relay (Smilgius, Bostic, Young, Schnarr) CCIW Meet 1:57.47 400-YD Medley Relay (Bostic, Young, Schnarr, Smilgius) CCIW Meet 4:15.74 200 YD Free Relay (Bostic, Smilgius, Young, Hagedorn) Eureka MacMurray 1:55.92 400-YD Free Relay (Bostic, Prell, Schnarr, Smilgius) CCIW Meet 5:57.94 Men ' s Big Blue Season Bests EVENT NAME AND MEET TIME PTS. 50- T Freestyle James Akin, CCW 22.48 100- T) Freestyle Ron Kurza, NCAA-III Nationals 46.95® 200- T) Freestyle Ron Kurza, NCAA-III Nationals 1:41.90 500- T Freestyle Pat Duffy, NCAA-III Nationals 4:57.12 + 7650-iT) Freestyle Pat Duffy, CCIW meet 16:28.89 100- T) Backstroke Frant Schmidt, NCAA-III Nationals 55.27® 200- T Backstroke Grant Schmidt, Lake Forest 2:05.52 100- T) Breast Rodney Miller, NCAA-III Nationals 57.08 + 200- T Breast Rodney Miller, NCAA-III Nationals 2:05.52 + 100- T Butterfly Peter Redondo, CCIW meet 55.48 200- T Butterfly Grant Schmidt, NCAA-III Nationals 1:54.50 I -Meter Diving Dual Brian Hunt, IIT 254.70 Invitational Brian Hunt, III. Intercoll. 551.90 5- Meter Diving Brian Hunt, IIT 190.95 Invitational Brian Hunt, III. Intercoll. 502.00 400- T) Medley Relay (Schmidt, Miller, Redondo, Kurza) NCAA-HI Nationals 5:51.78 400-YD Free Relay (Kurza, Miller, Akin, Kramer) NCAA-III Nationals 5.-07.15 + 800-YD Free Relay (Kurza, Schmidt, Duffy, Miller) NCAA-III Nationals 6:50.42 + Millikin Record + Illinois College Division Record ®MU Record as Relay Leadoff 171 This year ' s team consisted oj 12 returning letter winners and 12 newcomers. Leading Millikin, the Big Blue, was Most valuable runner in Cross Country Karen DeJVer f and the most valuable performer in track and field, Jennifer Fisher. Fisher was second in the javelin and fifth in the discus at the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin meet after earlier winning discus and javelin titles in three invitationals. Five other cross country letter winners were expected to add depth in middle distance and distance events. They included seniors Diane Hardy -Wauchope and Denise Hardy-Wauchope; Sophomores Kinga Ebner and Margaret Doak; and freshman Sunny Keaton. Also expected to add depth to the season was Cyndi Wells, who finished second in the 800 at the Illinois High School Association Class A track meet last year. Other bright performers in the season were hoped to have been Beth Brown, who finished second at the state meet in the 100 and 200 last year; freshman sprinter Rocell W inters, and sophomore letter winners Judy Eschman and Hallie Pierceall as sprinters. Lining out the field events were Sue Palter, Renee Biscomb, Hallie Pierceall, Jackie Brown, Laura Hutchings, Lisa Jacobazzi, Beth Burkhalter, and Jennifer Fisher. 1987 CCIW Women s Track Meet, at North Central College, May 1 2 Team Scores: North Central 1 58, August ana 139, Wheaton 113, Carroll 89, Elmhurst 53, North Park 42, Carthage 33, III. Wesleyan 31, Millikin 24. Triple Jump: Hallie Pierceall (8) Discus: Jennifer Fisher (5) Javelin: Jenny Fisher (2) 4x100 Meter Relay: Millikin (7) 4x400 Meter Relay: Millikin (4) 800 Meters: Cyndi Wells (5) 10,000 Meters: Diane Hardy-Wauchope (8) Karen DeWerff, Big Blue Distance Record Holder 19X7 Women ' s Truck Field Roster NAME EVENTS Beth Brown sprints Jiukie Brou n hj. Ij Renee Biscomh mid. dist.. Ij. tj Beth Burkhalter shot, discus Karen DeW erjf distance Margaret Doak distance Kinga Ehner distance Judy Eschman sprints, jav. Jennifer Fisher discus, jav. Denise Hardy- Wauchope mid. dist. Diane Hardy-W auc hope distance Laura Hutchings shot, discus, jav. Lisa Jacohazzi shot, discus Sunny Keatoii mid. dist. Joann Nicodemus shot, discus Sue Palter hurdles. Ij. tj Hallie Pierceall sprints, tj, Ij Amy Smith distance Sandy Smith distance Stacey Smith distance Danielle Waller sjirints Cyndt W ells mid. dist. Rocell Winters sprints, hurdles I ' lenl key: hj-high jumj). jat .-javelin, Ij long jumfi. tj-triple jumt ' mid. dt ■it.- middle distant Row I: Cindy Wells, Stacey Smith, Judy llsclitnari. Sunny Kcaloti, Karen DeWerff Row 2: Margaret Doak, Lisa Jacobazzi, Jennifer Fisher, Jackie Brown, Sue Pelter, Deni. e Hardy-Wauchope Row . Rocell Winters, Danielle Waller, Joann Nicodemus, Hallie Pierceall, Laura Hutchings, Beth Brown, Beth Durkhalter, 172 Sue Palter doing one of her jumps Letter Winners Seniors: Jennifer Fisher, Denise Hardy-Wauchope, Diane Hardy-Wauchope, and Laura Hutchings. Juniors: Jackie Brown and Sue Palter Sophomores: Beth Brown, Margaret Doak, Judy Eschman, Hallie Pierceall, and Stacey Smith, Freshmen: Sunny Keaton and Cyndi Wells. 1987 Schedule March 28 Millikin Open April 4 Monmouth Invitational at Bloomington April 1 1 Millikin Invitational April 24-25 Illinois Small College State Meet at Galesburg May 1-2 CCIW Championships at Napert ' ille May 20-23 NCAA Division III Championships at Naperville Beth Brown holds strong in 2nd hut she is going to put the move on. Coach Voisin speaks with one of the team members during a track meet. 173 A year can make a lot oj difference. Among the 20 lettermen are three conference champions, three NCAA Division III national qualifiers and 1 2 CCIW place winners in 1 6 events. Leading the list of returnees were defending CCIW champions Jeff Query in the 100 and Greg DeVries in the javelin, both national qualifiers, and Chad Bolin in the triple jump. Bolin, who was the CCIWs No. 2 point scorer last year, was runner- up in the javelin and seventh in the long jump. Other top returnees included CCIW two-time place winners Kevin Brown, team co-captain and All-American sprinter, in the 100 and 200; Andy Gerk in the discus; Gordon Hack in the shot put; and Bryan McWherter in the decathlon. Some of the events in which we placed in the 1987 CCIW Men ' s Track Meet, at North Central College, May 1 2. Team Scores; North Central 220, Aiigustana 144, III- Wesleyan 112, Millikin 93. Wheaton 41, North Park 35, Elmhurst 30, Carroll 26. and Carthage 16. Shot Put: Gordon Hack (5), Kevin Holeton (7), and Kevin Zerrenner (8) Javelin: Gregg DeVries ( 1 ), Chad Bolin (2), Travis Johnston (6), and Mark Krusz (8) Long Jump: Steve Bryson (5) High Jump: Tim Miller (5) and Aaron Rodgers (3). Discus: Kevin Holeton (8) Triple Jump: David Ehy (3) and Chad Bolin (8) 4x100 Meter Relay: Millikin (1) 4x400 Meter Relay: Millikin (5) 100 Meters: Jeff Query ( 1) and Chris Thomas (2) 200 Meters: Jeff Query (I) 400 Meters: Aaron Rodgers (3) 1 10 Hurdles: Curt Reed (2) and Brian McWherter (8) Most Outstanding Performer: Jeff Query CCIW champions Jeff Query, Gregg DeVries, and Chad Bolin. Row I: Steve Auher, Wit Cermun, Gorc ori Hack, Jeff Thom fson, Mike Meuriier Row 2: Steve Bryson, Eric Ikf ue iri. Chris I ' homa.s, Jeff Query, Bryun McWherter, Ih n Becker. (hac Holin, Daric Elzy, Jeff Palmer Row .1- Student Couch — Jean Wolgast, Urn Stout, Kevin Holeton, Boh Berghinc , Chris Larson. Aaron Roc gcrs. Mike Owens, Travis Johnston, Darren Winkler, Greg DeVries Row 4: Jon Rehman, Scott Lawson, Mark Krusz, Curt Reed, Mike Lohh, lim Miller, Jim Lemke. ivn ' NA.WE Dan Setker Eric Beguelht Biih Bergl,!,!, CI m Bo ill Kei ' iii Broutl Sieve Bns ' iN (tregg Del ' ries Davi, Ehy r.,ig Cilal Aml (,erk P.il (,erm,iii (,or, o,l H, , k Kei iij IMelMl r,„7. Johhloii ,M,,r Kru ! Sioll L,iu oii Jitti l.emke Mike IM Rry„N . t,« herler Mite .Weiimer lim .Wilier Boh Nellis Mike Oii ' tns Jell P.ilnier Jell Query Keith R.n,unll J,„i Kchm.ni lirl Kee, .i„rm Hfi, ge, ' refe Seilerl lim loi,l ( hri. I h„m,n Jell I horn ...,, ,„ll lm. r„ll KeitH .erre»»er Stere tther n.irre,, TwHr, ,Mct; ' Track a EVENTS imh. j,it ' . hj. h. IjurJles SOno. 10000 Ij. Ij. Jar. 100. 200 Ij. ' i jar. ' . t ecalhlon shot, disciti «0(l. (500 hnl siml. iHhus javelin f inl. c i .. jav. xlmt. , iscu 200. 400 high hnntlei 1(1(1(1 .lecalhlon. hh ,le,alhh,l high jiimli hj. hh imh ion. Ij ;()(). 200 hol. ,ti cli hunlle high h,ir, lr 400 hj Htill. I l()(t 1(11)11 100. 200 imh won fhiti de,„lhhn hf l, r n, ; fieU Rmler HT. 1 1 h-0 6-0 (I- (i-O 0-2 h-2 •i-l I ( - ( (1- i s-;(i 5- 9 0- 1 6- 2 (t-.i ( - 1 f - (,•1 6- I 1- 1(1 1-9 (,-4 0- 2 ft-0 1- 1 f.-(l (1-0 (•- i (.-4 (.-(1 l.t) 1. 10 l-l) 1- 1 1 s-2 0-2 1. 10 (■ I YR. JK. FK FK. JR. SR. SO. JR. ;k. K. SR. K. . « FK. . « FK. .VK. SO. FK. IK . « ,V(). IR. K (). IK SR JR Curt Reed giving his all at the fitiish. A . ... Chad Bolin doing the long jump Jeff Thompson running the 400 meter intermediate hurdles. Dan Becker running the 400 meter intermediate hurdles. 1987 Schedule March 28 Millikin Open April 4 at Vincennes April 11 Millikin Invitational April 18 Ecumenical Invitational at Bloomington April 21 At Illinois College April 24 Washington U. (Mo.) Open May 1-2 CCIW Championships at Naperville May 8 North Central Open I May 15 North Central Open II May 27-30 NCAA Division III Championships at Naperville 175 What a season! Conference champs! Going into this season the team welcomed nearly 70 percent of the run producers and an outstand- ing high school pitcher, freshman Jennifer Brown — MVP. Among the returnees are senior Nancy Robinson, sophomore Erin Whitley, sophomore Andi Podowicz, Paula Keller, Teri Ashley, and Aundrea Beschorner. Some of the newcomers that really showed their stuff were Meg McKellar, Jodi Mitchell, Robin Har- ris, and Diane Sevits. This season held a lot of record breakers and it was the first year of College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Softball competition. The season brought many leaders out. Paula Keller with 18 runs, Erin Whitley with 3 triples, Paula Keller with 13 stolen bases, Nancy Robinson with 16 RBI ' s Jenny Brown with 77 .0 innings pitched and she also holds the following: 39 strikeouts, 3.54 strikeouts per 7 innings and 1 1 wins. Congratula- tions Jenny and Lady Blue! Big Blue Co-Captains Nancy Robinson, Paula Keller Teri Ashley. t% n Row I: Kelley Swick, Jennifer Brown, Paula Keller. Rohin Harris. I ' ina Mehou Row 2: Beth Cleinmark. Andrea Beschorner, lerry Ashley, Erin Whitley, Anc i Podowicz, Terri Schrishuhn Row i.Jiw Mills — Assistant Coach, Boycc Boston — Head Coach, Jodi Mitchell, Deh Rucker, Meg McKellar, Nancy Robinson, Diane Sevits, Bill Per r is — Assistant Coach, Paw Branham — Manager. 176 First baser Deb Rucker gets herself ready jor the ball. 1987 Sopball Roster NO. NAME POS. HT. YR. 27 Teri Ashley SS-P 5-6 SR. 18 Aundrea Beschorner 3B-1B 5-3 SR. Jennijer Brown Jr J-O rtv. 25 Beth Cleinmark IF-OF 5-6 FR. 12 Robin Harris 2B-SS-3B 5-4 FR. 9 Paula Keller CF 5-5 JR- 1 u Tina Mahon lix. 22 Meg McKellar OF 5-10 so. 30 Jodi Mitchell P 5-6 FR. 32 Andi Podou ' icz IB 5-5 SO. 31 Nancy Robinson 2B-SS-3B 5-5 SR. 42 Deb Rucker 1B-3B-SS 5-9 SO. 33 Terri Schrishuhn OF 5-5 FR. 38 Diane Sevits C 5-1 FR. 37 Kelley Swick IF-OF 5-6 FR. 7 Erin Whitley C-OF 5-4 SO. 1987 Schedule Overall Record: 30-5, CCIW U-1 Opponent Game 1 Game 2 Kean L 7-1 msc.-Plattefille W 9-0 Rutgers- Newark W 5-1 Buena Vista L 4-2 Illinois Benedictine W 3-1 L 4-2 Defiance L 3-0 Kean r 2-1 Merrimack r i-o Knox IF 6-0 W 4-1 MacMurray W 10-0 W 6-4 Eureka W 6-0 North Park W9-4 W 8-0 Vi ' heaton W 2-0 W 9-2 Illinois Wesleyan W 9-1 Wp-2 Elm hurst W 9-0 W 11-1 Augustana W 5-3 W 4-0 Illinois Wesleyan r 5- W 7-1 Augustana W 4-0 L 3-1 Elmhurst W 11-0 W 13-1 Illinois College W 10-0 W 22-0 Wheaton r 3-0 North Central W 2-0 Wheaton W 3-1 Newcomer to college softball, Meg McKellar is up to bat Millikin Sopball Records Team: Most Hits — Game: 20 vs. III. College 1. Season: 239 (921 AB) Most Runs — Game: 22 vs. Illinois College (no. 2), Season: 21 1 (35 games), Aver- age per Game: 7.0.3. Most RBIs — Game: 17 vs. Illinois College (No. 2), Season: 157 (35 games). Most Triples — Game: 3 vs. III. Wesleyan (No. 4), Season: 12 (35 games). Most Home Runs — Season: 8 (36 games) Most Runners Left on Base — Season: 221 (35 games). Most Double Plays — Season: 4 (35 games). Best ERA — Season: 0.72 (224 IP)- Fewest Runs Allowed — Season: 46 (35 games), Average per Game: 1.31 (35 games), Fewest Hits Allowed — Season: 133 (35 games), Average per Game: 4-43 (35 games). Individual: Most Runs — Game: Paula Keller and Robin Harris vs. I.C. Season: Paula Keller. Most RBI — Season: Nancy Robinson. Most Doubles — Game: Nancy Robinson and Diane Sevits. Most Triples — Game: Erin Whitley Most Stolen Bases — Season: Paula Keller. Most Stolen Bases Attempted — Season: Paula Keller. Most Assists — Game: Nancy Robinson, Season: Teri Ashley. Most Games Pitched — Season: Jennifer Brown. Most Victories: Season: Jennifer Brown. Most Saves — Season: Jennifer Brown. Most Strikeouts — Game: Jennifer Brown. Fewest Hits Allowed — Game: Jennifer Brown, Sea- son: Jennifer Brown. Best ERA — Season: Jennifer Brown, and Most Shutouts — Season: Jennifer Brown. 177 The Big Blue returned 1 3 lettermen, includ- ing two of last season ' s top four pitchers, six of the top eight hitters, and 73.0 percent of the run producers. Co-captain Marc Daniels was named the Big Blue ' s most valuable pitcher after compiling an 3-2 record with a 2.52 earned run average. He pitched 64 and a third innings and had 59 strikeouts. Dur- ing his career he pitched 163 and a third innings avid had 138 strikeouts. Brad Davis was expected to build on his strong finish in 1986 and become Millikin ' s No. 2 pitcher. Offensively, two-time Millikin most valuable player Don Stephens, a two-time all-CCIW selection and .332 career hitter, returned at shortstop. Other veterans included last year ' s " rookie of the year " Jack Kla witter and des- ignated hitter Andy Hastings, who belted a team-leading four home runs and 27 RBIs. Most Valuable pitcher and winner of the M Award — Marc Daniels Row I: (lijf Mi( lure, lirut I Jeff Hutchinson, lirin SI)U)hihuti, L r Dunivh, lien l), i s. Row 2: lioh ( or. k , J iek kLiuillcr, Ihi.in K.iii.ill.iLin, Mike loote, Len Novara, Bra J Nuughton, Chris Kla witter. Row . Chris Hart, Brian Horst, Davit Ctray, AnJy Hastings, Bill I ' olone, Jerry Brnniniitt. Mark Kir- hahas, Boh Hawkins. Not pictured: Jim Alexander, Steve Coleman, David Coonrod, Rich Fields, Brad Jun, Tom Kane, Tim Roth, Sean Ready, Don Stepens. Gary Wisler, Coach Cialen Woods, Mike Woods — 2nd assistant coach. 178 Chris Hart up to bat 1987 results Record: 17-17, CCIW 6-6 OPPONENT Game I Game 2 Rhodes W 9-2 W 13-1 Huntingdon L 8-3 L 13-8 Spring Hill L 12-4 W 8-7 Ripon W 8-7 Tennessee- Martin L 6-4 MacMurray L 6-4 Otterbein L 6-1 Tennessee Tech. L 9-4 Principia W 7-1 Washington U. W 14-1 L 10-3 Augustana W 13-2 W 7-4 Elmhurst L 7-3 L 15-5 MacMurray W 5-0 L 10-1 Greenville W 6-5 Elmhurst W 2-1 L 5-1 Augustana L 8-7 W 17-9 III. Wesleyan W 5-0 W 9-4 III. Wesleyan L 4-3 L 9-7 Wabash L 6-4 W 6-5 Greenville W 13-8 Olivet Nazarene W 4-1 L 5-2 Cliff McClure steals plate 1987 Basehall Roster NO. NAME POS. HT. YR. 12 Jim Alexander p 6-3 FR. 31 Jerry Brummitt OF 6-2 FR. 29 Steve Coleman 2B-1F 5-8 SR. 6 David Coonrod IB-OF 5-10 FR. 24 Marc Daniels P 6-0 SR. 9 Ben Davis 2B 5-10 FR. 25 Brad Davis P 6-0 SO. 17 Rich Fields C 5-10 FR. 8 Mike Foote c 5-10 SR. 1 1 Boh Gorski 2B 5-8 SO. 13 David Gray OF 6-3 SR. 22 Chris Hart P-OF 5-10 36 Andy Hastings OF-DH 6-2 SR. 0 Boh Hawkins C 5-8 FR. 14 Brian Horst P 6-2 SO. 30 Jeff Hutchinson P-lB 6-5 JR 35 Brad Jun P 6-1 SR. 20 Brian Kanallakan P 6-0 FR. 21 Tom Kane P 6-0 JR 10 Mark Kirbahas 3B 6-0 JR 19 Chris Kla witter 2B-3B 5-10 FR. 23 Jack Klawitter OF 5-0 SO. 44 Cliff McClure OF 5-11 JR- 3 Brad Naughton 2B-3B 5-7 FR. 5 Len Novara C-3B 5-9 JR- Tim Roth P 5-11 so. 2 Sean Read y 2B-0F 5-10 SO 4 Erin Shanahan 3B-0F 5-10 JR- 28 Don Stephens SS 5-10 SR. 27 Bill Tolone IB 6-4 so. 15 Gary Wisler C 5-10 so. 1987 CCIW Baseball statistics for our team Pitching — G IP H R ER BB so L ERA Marc Dufiiels 4 27.2 14 7 6 12 18 1 195 Hitting — Ps AB R H 2 } 4 SB RBI .Avg Diivict Gray OF 29 7 1 1 .i 0 0 0 9 .379 Don Stephens SS 41 7 13 5 I 7 5 .367 Jack Klawitter OF 40 1 1 14 ; 1 0 ; 8 .350 Andy Hastings DH 10 1 1 2 0 3 ; 9 .333 First Team — All-Conference Team — South Division — IF, Dow Stephens times) ami P. Marc Daniels Erin Shanahan slides into the base 179 Row J: Troy Vodacek, David Impastato, Ed Greubel, Grant Schmidt Frank Bruno Row 2: John Janota, Paul Schade, Brad Weishaar Mike Voeller, Mark Beck, Doug Neihuhr Millikin University golf coach Doug Neihuhr had an uneasy feeling knowing newcomers had to contribute if the Big Blue was to win its fifth straight College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin title and make its fourth stratght NCAA Division HI national tournament appearance. However, an impressive freshman season from Paul Schade relieved Neihuhr of most of his uneasiness and the Big Blue is one of 2 I teams invited to compete in the NCAA Division III Championships May 19-22 at U ' esthrook Country Cluh in Mansfield, Ohio. I ' he 72-hole affair begins at 7 a.m. each day. Defending champion ( alrfornia State-Stanislaus s eeks its third straight title and 1 0th overall and could be chal- lenged by California-San Diego, runner-up finisher the past two seasons. Millikin finished 1 0th last year, third in I ' JH and 16th in IOH4. Schade has dazzled Neihuhr by recording the team ' s lowest stroke average (71 .(i) in the last five tournaments and finishing among the top I 5 in four of the last five tournaments, including a fifth place finish among 1 2H golfers at the prestigious 26- team Drake Relays festival. He came buck a week later and helped the Big Blue to the ( ( IW title with a third place finish. " I ' m extremely pleased with Paul ' s play, " Neihuhr said. " I knew he was capable of having a successful freshman year and he did. His freshman season is one of the best in Millikin history. If there were an NCAA Division HI freshman All-America team. Paul would he on it. " He n fi very tonfideni and poised individual who enjoys golf. 1 uill he interesting to see how he responds at the national meet, " A d ' fool- 2, I U) -pounder, Schade had considerable ex per ien e as an amateur golfer prior to attending Millikin, including appearances in the junior nationals and the Western Open. During his high sthool tareer he won medalist honors 12 times and finished 2 nd at the I ' HO Illinois High Sthool Assoi iation ( lass AA stale meet. " Paul hat as muih experieme a anyone, " Neihuhr said. " He h an intelligent player who can block out distractions and concentrate on the course. Paul is our hottest golfer right now and should have a fine national meet. " Any of our five players making the trip to the nationals is capable of placing among the top 18 and gaining All-America status. " Joining Schade at the national meet is fellow newcomer Junior Brad ' eishaar, who won CCiVl ' medalist honors and was voted the Big Blue ' s most valuable player after transferring from Lincoln Trail Junior College. Also on the tournament stfuad is sophomore Mark Beck, who was named the most improved golfer after leading the Big Blue with a 1 8.9 stroke average. He finished fourth at the ( ( lU meet. The perfect putter shows his stance Players with national tournament experietice are Juniors Frank Bruno, who is making his third trip, and Mike Voeller, who participated last year. " We ' re approathing the national meet as a reward for a fine season. " Neihuhr said. Millikin faced its toughest schedule ever and has some impressive accomplish- ments, including a ,ifi- 1-2 record against NCAA Division III schools and strong sbou ing against some of the Midwest ' s best NCAA Division I and II schools. Despite the success, the Big Blue boasts a not so impressive U 5. team stroke average, hut Neihuhr attributes that to play on challenging golf courses. " I believe a major factor in our success has Iteen our schedule on tough courses. " Neihuhr said. " You ' re always playing the course and not any one team or individ- ual. I ' he team believes that our schedule u ill make a difference at the national meet. " Voeller anil Bruno have the No. 5 and No. 7 stroke averages on the team after erratic seasons, but the pair ' s national tournament experiettce could pay divitiends. " Mike and Frank have both played well lately, which is encouraging, " said Neihuhr. " I ' m expetttng both In Iv slahilizing fat tors and play well in the national tournament. I hey have the psychological makeup In provide a fine showing when we need it the most. " Our team goal is to play four solid rnunds nf UUJ to i 1 0 .strokes, " Neihuhr said. " We haven ' t been very consistent all year, hut we ' re capable of consistency and being in the national title hunt. I feel really good about this team ' s intangible t haratteritlics and its chances at the national meet. " 181 Eric Shanahan IH2 ' HO ' ? CH S ' HV ... This year ' s commencement was held on Sunday May 11 at 2:00 p.m. in Fairview Park. The weather was a little on the warm side if you could not get in under the pavillion where there would be an occasional breeze, but all in all it was a beautiful day and the Class of 1987 couldn ' t have had a better day to finish their career at Millikin. The Processional was played by Millikin University Brass Choir under the direction of Dr. Russell Tiede and the procession marched in to " Trum- pet Voluntary " by Jeremiah Clark. Serving as marshals for the 1987 commencement were Dr. Guillory and Aldo Mani- cinelli from the faculty and James Frank and Judy Hand from the students. The Reverend Edward A. Yonan, Ph.D. gave the invocation. The Millikin University Choir, under the direction of Richard Hoffland, gave a fantastic performance of " Live a-Humble " arr. by Jester Harrison. The Commence- ment Address was given by Dr. John E. Horner, President of Hanover College in Hanover, Indi- ana and he entitled his Address as " The Cutting Edge of the Liberal Arts " . An Honorary Degree, The Degree Doctor of Humanities was conferred upon John E. Horner and was presented by G. William Mad- den — Chairman, Board of Trustees for Millikin University. Recognition of Service Award went to C. Kent Richardson for outstanding service to the university as Director of Univer- sity Services. Also recognized for their dedication and service to the U niversity were Jack Allen and James Olson who were granted Emeritus status with the University . Following the Conferring of Degrees by Dr. J. Roger Miller — President, James Wells, Senior Class Chairman, lead the tassel ceremony. Fhe " Alma Mater " was sung and Chaplain Yonan gave the Benediction. The Brass Choir performed Allegro from the " Water Music Suite " by Handel for the Recessional and the Class of I9H7 became a part of the history that makes Millikin U niversity strong! The processional of the Class of 1987 The granting of Emeritus status to Jack Allen and James Olson hy President J. Roger Miller. Jeff Paczynski receiving his diploma. Birgirtha Evans receives congratulations from President Miller. 187 Aundrea Sue Beschorner Pamela Bowman Mary Angela Brandenburg Linda Marie Denby Michael S. DePauw Joyce Renee Doebler Susan M. Frank Deborah Leigh Gregerson Roslyn Revis Grimsley Christie Lynn Hlawek Karin E. Hockhalter SUMMA CUM LAUDE Lynn Mary Hollenbeck Laura Ann Hutchings Lisa M. Kosiara Jessica Lynne Madsen Lynette Yvonne McBride Cara Elizabeth Proud Ann Elizabeth Renner Stephanie Rae Samford John Aaron Taylor Angela Deann Thomson Darin Keith Via ' graduating with perfect 4-0 grade point average (Students honored have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.8) MAGNA CUM LAUDE (Students honored have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.63) Marcia LeAnne Altgilbers Teri Raye Ashley Renee Marie Biscomb Lynne Ann Black Beth Ann Boarman Melinda Sue Bone Mathew Garret Fleming Lisa Michele Gundy Charles Scott Harmon Paula Susan Hirschfeld Tawny Leann Jones David Karl Krieg Laurie Ann Leonard Steven Thomas Lillpop Judith Marie Madura Sherryl A. Mallory Megan Anne Mazenko Kenneth R. Mueller James Brian Pierce Julia L. 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We are excited about next years ' book already in which we plan on making a few more alterations in the books appearance, plus possibly expanding our coverage to better cover everything. Putting together a yearbook takes many hours of planning and re- planning, designing and re-designing, griping and even more griping. We may not get everything perfect " to the f but we give it the best try we can with the time and space we have to work with. We hope that we please everyone. Most of us on the MILLIDEK have lived on a motto that should really go for all and that is — " If you don ' t like something — change it. " " Just don ' t set there — make the difference " We would like to invite any ideas; suggestions or if you are interested in helping the MILLIDEK to better their publication, please contact the Editor or Assistant Editor. Now, as the editor, I would like to take this time to personally thank all of the people who made much of this book possible! " Most " of the MILLIDEK staff — You know who you are! Karoline Marchese, Assistant Editor — For taking on the extra responsibilities that haunted us this year — if you know what I mean, and also thank you for helping when time got away. Dean Joe Houston, advisor — Thanks for lending support, thanks for the trust, advice and the office with all of its wonderful materials. Jodi Ernest, B. W.A. Hall Director — Thanks for letting us use Blackburn basement for portraits with Sudlows. The WONDERFUL, SUPERB, BRILLIANT, and FANTASTIC Student Development Secretaries for putting up with the many requests, phone calls, announcements and even some headaches. The Ladies of Corner House — for letting us turn your basement into an office. The GREAT people in University Relations for whom we have obtained much of the information and many of the photos that are contained in this publication. President Miller — for writing the letter Physical Plant employees — for moving yearbooks all over campus when we needed them moved and also thank you very much for the very much needed bulletin boards and shelves installed in the office. All of the " MOMS " in the business office who helped us out with our money! Sudlows for taking our portraits again. Bob Donnelly for " trusting in us " that we would keep our word and stick to our deadlines. University Services — for all of those copies Karen, Game Room Desk manager, — putting up with " copier please " — quite a few times during the day. And anyone else who offered words of encouragement and trusting us to do our job on our own. 199 4 These are the graduating seniors split up by degrees. They are listed with their hometown and if they have their photo in the Senior sec- tion in the front of the book their name will appear with an at the beginning of their name. We would like to wish all of these people many years of success and happiness. GOOD LUCK! THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Tert Raye Ashley, Areola Brian R. Beamer, Taylorville David Jay Beyda, Decatur Mary Angela Brandenburg. Vdndsor Cynthia Diane Brennecke. Dow Mindy Sue Brown. Holmdel. N.J. Daniel Edward Cluahsen. Crestwood Christopher D. Clark. Momence Ann Harper Clayton. Lebanon Dea7tett L. Cole, Decatur Lna Anne Collins. Viola Lori Lynn Conlin, Arthur Jaccfueline Rene Czerwinski, Decatur Roy Dennis Dautzenberg. Potomac David A. DeMarais Queen Dickerson, Joliet Damel F. Diss. Owaneco Joyce Renee Doebler. Palatine Kathleen S. Dugan, St. Charles Nancy A. Ebbert. Godfrey Susan Ann Ebbert. Cincinnati. Ohio Dawn Marie Edwards. Decuiur ' ' Karen A. Ely. Clinton Roy Joseph Fulk, Cruz Bay, St. fohn Tonyan Lynn Goin. Decatur Kevin Roger Hale, Decatur Denise L HardyVCauchope, Elgin Diane Jr Hardy-Wauchope, Elgin Scolt Andrew HuUingi, San Diego, ( A. Lisa Ma DeEtte Lynn Holland. Pana Jane Eileen Holland. Sandwich Rick James, Maroa Cleopha Charles Johson Jr., Chicago Pam€la Elaine Kegresse. Winston- Salam. N.C. Jean Louise Kidd, Geneva Sherryl A. Mallory. Mt. Zion Donna Kavye Miller, X ' arrenshurg James W " AMnton Sr., Decatur Ltnda L. Montcalm. Lake Zurich R. Scott Musgrave, Decatur Dale Allen Nihiser. Decatur Teresa Lynn Orchard, Glendale Kevin Leland Paige, Cumberland Lynda Luanne Phillips, llliopolis Dawn Christina Rabe. West Chicago Michele J. Scott, Alton Bryan Edward Smith John Glenn Snow, Macon Jeryl Diane Starkey, Godfrey Ann Carol Steinkraus. Normal Dolores Jean Stragand, Bolingbrook Susan Jennifer Talbott. Sidell Christine Telzrow. White Hall Angela Deann Thomson. Petersburg " Thomas A. Wahlsmith, Springfield Allen Mitsun Wakabayashi. Chicago Kathryn Emory Ware. Chatham Luke Thomas U ehh. Downers Grove ntzel, ( onslantine Melody Anders. Westville Karol A. Graves. Ml. Zion Laurie Ann Kimhrel. Elmhurst Ma W. Scott Krepps. Chicago DanTiy Elton McClelland. Decatur Pamela C. Nilles, La Grange . Yonan. Neetiah. Wis. THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Lyn€tte S. Anderson. Pana John Christopher Andrews. Decatur Margo Messier Antenucci, Decatur Lani Kay Apperson, East Moline Jean Ann Brady. Decatur Andrea Louise Szi Carol Ann Degenhardt. Alhambra Nancy Virginie Hilton, Decatur Lisa M. Kosiara. Lansing Cheryl Jearine Sleade. Decatur Julia L. Smith ' DeHesus mki, St. Louis T HE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC William F. Balmer Jr.. Northhrook Lynne Ann Black, Normal " Stephanie Elizabeth Ruth Bowman. Polo " Gary Dean Carlson. Cambridge fohn Loren Clark, Tucson, Ariz. " Carl James Davidson. Chicago " Linda Marie Denby, Girard Nancy Ann Elliott, St. Louis " John Evertt Feken. Shelbyville " Susan M. Frank. Hanover Park , Warren S. Gill. Mount (Hive " Lisa Belle Goeth. St. Louis " Lisa Miihelle Gundy. Mefarnora John -. Woodhoust Peter James Gutzmer. Prospect Heights Mark Allen Hetirikson. Rochester Carol Hershherger. Harvey David Karl Drieg. St. Louis " Steven D. Krizka. Hoffman Estates Jessica Lynne Madseti, St. Anne " Lisa Marie Maurizi, Chicago " Deanna Michelle McDonald, Chatham " Amy Lynn Rhoades, Sullivan Deidra Rene Ross. Oak Forest " Stephanie Rae Samford. Ridgefurm Brian H. Santos. Murphy horo " X ' ictoria Lyn I ' enier. Dixon Freeport THE DEGREE OF BAi HELOR OF SCIENCE THE COLLEGE OF FINE AR I S THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR tH ARI S " Carolyn Casey Cox, Toluca Janet Elaine Hanley. Oak Forest Kalhryn L. Maguet. Decatur " Am H Anderson. Palatine David S. Andriano. Palatieti " Rebecca A. Avery, Decatur " Amy Elizabeth Bass. Galesburg " Curtis L. Beringer. Riverdale " iathleen Elizabeth lierndt. Decatur Rc-Ncc- Mam- Biunmh. tondsfoii Paula Reane Lane. Decatur Gerald Mathew Lee, Decatur " Thomas G, Lee, Peoria " Steven Thomas Lillpop. Macon Robert S. Lourash. Decatur " Judith Mane Madura. Cicero Lynette Yvonne McBride, Dalton City 200 Julie Ellen Blomherg, Rochelle Paul R Boline. Decatur Pamela Bowman, Decatur Susan Ann Bright. Litchfield Brenda Rae Burgess, Princeville Angela Marie Campagna, Alton John W. Cardamone, Broadview George S. Czart, Bolingbrook John S. Dobel. South Beloit Peter G. Eipers. Downers Grove Jennifer Lynn Fisher, Washingt on Connie Ruth Fritsch Davtd Richard Gray. Belvidere Kathleen Mary Hagedorn, Glenview Clarence Henderson Hale, East Alton Tami Lynne Harrison. Vandalia Douglas S. Hein Judith Ann Hills. Decatur Tamara Marie Holt, Alton Laura Ann Hutchings, It ' aukegan Mary Eileen Davis James, Decatur Tawny Leann Jones, Decatur Lisa Mai Kenneth R. Mueller Sharon M. Peart. Mt. Vernon Todd James Petersen. Atlanta Anja Pinkpank Cara Elizabeth Proud, Hoffman Estates Jon Paul Rehman, Rushville Debra Ann Roberts. Bement Nancy C. Robinson, Springfield Lisa Anne Schmidt, Aiount Zion Erin Patrick Shanahan, Peoria Amy Diane Smith, Litchfield Tract Marie Snyders Sister Ruth Steffen. Decatur Donald Ray Stephens Jr., Taylorville Kirsten K. Stone. Aurora John William Swofford, Benton John Aaron Taylor, Macon Michael J. Taylor, Dunlap Mindy Jolene Underwood. Clinton Darin Keith Via. Sullivan Eric Edward Waller, Cerro Gordo James Earl Wells, Lombard ■ Wilkfns, Westmont THE SCHOOL OF NURSING THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING Janet AHeen Adams. Decatur Katherine Marie Bezak. Chicago Melimia Sue Bone. Bethany Gayla Alene Carnder. Monticello Dorla Sue Gates. Mt. Pulaski Barry Kent Coleman, Bethany LaNell Darst. Decatur Robin Elizabeth DeGroot. River Forest Jennifer Joy Dunklau. Decatur Doris Louise Earl. Decatur Uzi Giladi, Decatur Roslyn Revis Grimsley. Bryant Lynda Marlene Hagler. Wapella Brenda Yvonne Hanneken, Decatur Rachel Meyers Harris. Decatur Laura L. Hazlet, Decatur Paula Susan Hirschfeld. Decatur Christie Lynn Hlawek, Decatur Nancy Kay Hoerner, Ponttat Jennifer Marie Jurges. Tinley Park Carolyn S. Komora, Palatine Megan Anne Mazenko. Godfrey Susan Ann Mcintosh, Paris Lisa Gertrude Moeller. Effingham Mary A. Moffett. Decatur Deborah Lynn Morris, Antioch Dian Maria Noles, Frankfort Ann Elizabeth Rentier, Decatur Mary Elizabeth Shultz, Chicago Melanie Kay Somercik, Decatur Tammi€ Jo Spires, Macon Michelle Kay Tobias, Springfield THE TABOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ENGINEERING THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Michael S. DePauw, Davenport. Iowa Julie Lynn Floyd, Charleston Robert J. Schwarz, North Riverside THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Richard Lawrence Adorjan II, Springfield Marcta LeAnne Altgilbers. Quincy Michael Scott Baumann, Decatur Aundrea Sue Beschorner, Washington Beth Ann Boarman, Nokomis Clifford William Bonds, Normal Brenee Marie Boston. Chatham Tamera Renee Boyd. Argenta Lori Ann Brunner, Pana Rafidal John Buenzli. McHenry LuAnn M. Butenschoen, Marengo Stephen J. Byers. Decatur Terry L. Callahan, Decatur Terrence M. Carbonara, Hoffman Estates Jared Charles Carroll, Decatur Monica L. Chapman, Glenwood Stephen Joseph Coleman, Itasca Sherri A. Cristy, Wonder Lake Marc P. Daniels, Jacksonville Deanna M. Davis. Mt. Zion Larry Otto Davis, Maroa Eunice J. VC ' ilson DeHaven, Decatur James Joseph Duncan. Decatur Ward William Edwards, Springfield Birgirtha Sophia Evans, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Michael E. Fisher, Decatur Mathew Garret Fleming, Decatur Michael Richard L. Foote. Palatine Penny Christine Frank, Decatur Jonna Leigh Frazier, Lansing Michael John Getiz. Des Plaines Andrew Bryon Gerk, Orland Park Laura lalene Goodbred, Mt. Zion Kristi Lynn Green, Rossville Deborah Leigh Gregerson, Chesterfield Frank William Gregory, Tilden Jane Lynn Halemeyer. Fieldon Charles Scott Harmon. Riverton Eric Wayne Hartrich, Newton Scott Thomas Heidegger, Chicago Karen E. Hockhalter. Frankfort Kimberly Sue Hoffman. Pontiac Lynn Alary Hollenbeck, Joliet Kelly E. Howell. Decatur Mattheu ' Mark Kaminski. Bedford Park Lombard Thomas P. Kane. Palatine Donna R. Kemp. Decatur Roberta Lyn Konicek. Piano Nick K. Kopley. Chicago Mark David Kubica, Chicago Christopher John Larson. Decatur Frank John Lazowski Hi. Willow Springs Cindy K. Leach, Decatur Gary Leake, Decatur Susan R. LeBow, Rock Island Michael F. Lents, Flora Laurie Ann Leonard, Decatur Janet Lee Loehr, Decatur William D. Markvart, Evergreen Park Kent Allen Matteson, Decatur Jerry Dwayfie McCammack, Decatur Larry Scott Melvin, Benton Robert Christopher iMoore, Glendale Jeffrey George Pacqynski, Indian Head Park Sidney L. Palmer, Decatur Brian Edward Peoples. Galesburg Lea LaVette Perkins, Decatur Frank Lewis Perryman, Pittsburgh. PA SIdney Sue Petard. Effingham David Michael Phipps. Witidsor James Brian Pierce, Decatur Arlyn Keith Poppen. German Valley Kimberly Anne Proffett. Jacksonville Richard A. Reeble. Belleville Michael Allen Reid. Stonington Darren Dean Reynolds. Decatur Rhonda K. Rhead. Roscoe Barbara L. Sample, Long Lane Anthony Ross Scales, Chicago Paul Keith Scholes. Decatur Richard Henry Shaffer. Stauton Tammy Sue Shaffer, Decatur Christopher M. Shroyer, Decatur Nannette Marie Siewert, Decatur Susan Michelle Slapak, Lexington Robert Edward Smith, Decatur Eric Dale Swenson, Elmhurst Kimberly Dian Swindle, Cerro Gordo Christopher Kevin Szonn, Spring Grove Mary Jo Thacker. Decatur Rick D. Trek, Pana JoAnn Turner, Mattoon Bruce William Watkins, Decatur Joseph Norman Weier, Romeoville Timothy A. Wells, Leonard Amber M. Wightman. Millville Bruce Alan Wilson, Rushville Edward D. Wilson. Decatur Victoria H. Witthoeft, Lake-tn-the-Hills Carol Janet Zuegel. Park Ridge 201 General Note: Not all pages may be recorded in the index due to publication deadlines. A Abrahamson, Joel W. Adams, J artel A. 6 Adams, Stephen L. Adorjan II, Richard 68 Ahaus, ScotI 26, 75. 116. 118 Ahlvers, Tahnee 28 Akin, James A bin, Deborah Aide, Susan Alexander, James 36 Aljeo. Scon 28, 107 Alger. Jodi 36 Allen, I ' alerie Allemus, Holly i6, 114, 131 Altgilbers. Atarcia 6 Allig, Diane 28, 104 Aman, Susan Anders, Melody 6, 74, 75, 80, 1 10, 111, 120 Aruierson, Arte 6 Anderson, Ellyn 123 Anderson, LaVatress Andriano, David Apperson, Lani Archibald, Valerie Arlis, John 36 Arms, Anna 84, 94, 113. 125 .Armstrong, Leslie 20 Armstrong. Timothy 36 Arrol, Robert 132 Ashcrap. Douglas 114. 137 Ashley, Teri 6 Aull (Radmacher), Ranae Austijj, Molly Atery, Angela Avery, Rebecca 6 B Baggett, Thomas Baker. Lynette 36, 72, 133 Baker, Michael 28 Baker. Scott Bales. Doug 20, 67, 81, 94 Ball, Robin 74. 84, 111, 115 Ballance, Jane Ballance. Karen 36, 64, 1 10, 120, 132 Ballard, James Balmer, Bill 114, 117 Bandy, Diane Barnes, Bart Barrett, Beth 71, 83. 132 Bart, Joseph Bartolini, Jennifer 36, lil Barton, Robert Bass, Amy I, Bauer, Todd Bauer. Yvonne 1 10 Baumann, Michael 6, 7 1 Beach, Margaret Beach, Penny 20, 76, 77 Beats, Kimberly 28 Beamer, Brian 71, 79, 98 Beamer, Julie 36. 131 Bearder, Vt ' illiam Beaty, Robin 20, 70 Beaty, Ronda Beck, Mart Becker, Dan 20, 66, 134 Beckway, Clark 20 Beckwith, Robert 20, 98 Bednar, Charles 20 Bedrosian, Carrie 28 Beer, Kathleen 20, 75, 114, 116 Beguelin, Eric Belt, James 20, III, 120 Bell, Jennifer 36, 71 Benjamin, Jeff 28, 102, 107, 132 Benshish, Kenneth 110, 117, IIH, 119, 120 Benshish, Michiel 20, !8, 75, 115, 119, 137 Benton, Jerry 82 Bergland, Robert 36, 65, 79, 130 Beringer, Curtis 6, 66 Berkeley, Ciretel 30 Berndt, Cathy 6 Beschorner, Aundrea 6 Beth, Jennifer Bey da, David Beyers, Julie 36, 13 I Bezai, Kalherine 6, 77, 98 Bialecke, Kenneth Bierbaum, Richard Biezc, Steve 20, 132 Billups, Isaac I3ing, Erik 20 Bing. Keri 28. 75, 70, 1 10, 111, 120 BiHomb, Renee 7 Bittenhender , Matt 7 Bizer, (ami 28 lllart. ( hr inline Hhnt. Ink lilaik. I.ynne 7. 76. 1 14 lilair. Shannon 28 Blair, Stacey 16, 65. 131 Bland, Connie 28, 65. Ill Blaser, Amy Blawcd, Victoria iO. 0 5. Ill BlickenuJerfer. Jennifer Bliimberg, Julie 7. 76, 79 Hoarman, Beth Hm ine. Kevin 110 fioehme, Andrew liolin. Chad Boline, Paul llimdi, (lilf 104 Bone, Melinda 7, 70. 77, 83. 1 14 Boren, ( raig i6 lloitit, Miihrlte 28, I il Boston, Brad 36 Boston, Brenee 7, 71,81 Bottoroff, Jeff 66, I 34 Bottorff, i ' alerie 36, 132 Bouens, Tanya 36, 110. 120 Bowman, Pam Bowman. Stephanie 7, 98, 110, 120 Boyd, Tammy Boykin, French Bracken, Sherri 36, 131 Bradford. Stacy Brady Jean Brake, Kohra 30, 125, 131 Brandenburg, Angle 7, 60, 65. 79, 1)2 Brandenburg, Shelley 36, 65, 131 Brandt. I ' alerie 20. 74, 84, 12 8 Branham, Pamela 28. 66, 76, 133 Branske, David Brennecke. Cynthia 7, 71, 80, 85, 94 Brennecke, David Breur, .irthur 74 Brewer, Dana Brewer, Tyler Brickner, Belle 1 14 Bright, Susan 80, 94 Brinkmeier, Scott 28, 76, 85 Brogdon, Stephanie 20, 77 Brooke, LeRoy 36, 130 Broothart, Jim 36 Brown, Beth Brown, Bryan Brown, Eric 20 Brown, Evan Brown, Jacqueline Brown, Jennifer Denise 37, 46, 132 Brown, Jennifer L. 37. 131 Brown, Kevin Brown, Lisa 37. 66, 130 Brown. Malcolm 119 Brown, Margaret Brown, Michael 20 Brown. Mindy 7. 132 Brown, Natalie Brown, Robert Brummitt. Christine Brummitt. ferry Brummitt. Michael Brunner. Lori Bruno, Frank Brum. Debra 37, 133 Brum, Lisa 20 Bryant, Ronda 37, 131 Brywn. Stephen 28 Budz, Stella 46 Buenzli. Randal 7, 18, 67, 81 Buetow, Christine 28. 66, 83, 133 Bukowy, Mark Bullock. Chris 37. 66, 120 Buob, Cynthia 20, 107 Burgess, Brenda Burkey. James Burkhalter, Beth 28 Burkham, Melissa Burton, Brian Bush, Lynne 37, 70, 76, 77, 132 Butenschoen, LuAnn Byers, Steve 78 c Cairns, Lisa 37 Caldwell, Sean 28 Callahan, John Callahan, Terry Camillo, Karla 94 Campagna, Angle 18 Campbell, Brent Campbell, Deanna Campbell, Gregory Cannell, Karen 28, 00, 76 Cannon, Bryan 20, 78, 102, 132 Cannon, David 74, 114, 116, 117 Cannon, Karen 7, 69. 76. 77, Capps, Steve 78 Carbonara, Terry 7 Carbray, Karyn 1 1 4, 110, 117 Cardamone, John 7 Carley, Bobetle 28, 7 I Carlson, Gary 7, 1 14. 117 Carlson, Greg 66, 1 14 Carlson, Michael Carnder, Gayla 7 Carpenter, Carma Carraso, Laura 28, 77 Carroll, fared Carter, Monii ue Carter, It ' emMI Case, Jr., Robert 28 Cafner (Kitchen), Katrina Cates, Doria 120 Cales, Kelly 28 Catino. t.aren I 10. III. 1 20 C.aughlin. Jeanine 17, 84. 91 Chambrrlin Steve 29. 82. 85 Chamhieit. Mari-lM I. 29, 70, 132 (h.i iman. Mom, a (hiaro, David ( hupp. Tina 29 i.ii.hti. I .ilhlero I iruchti. n,iiiu- JO. HI I i„l„, I,, J, I ( laahieil, Dan H, 76 ( Ian, r.iig (lark, lohn 115,1 16 lark, Laura I 1 1 l.iri, Paula laylon, Ann 8 Irinmart, llrth Cleland, Bart Cleland, Stephanie 37. 131 Cleveland, Kelly Cline, Carta 20, 67. 128 Cline, Lewis 37, 71, 130 Clough, Tammy 20 Clymer, Beth Colburn, Jane 29 Cole, Deanette 8. 79 Coleman. Barry 3, 8, 66, 132 ' Coleman, Steve 8, 78 Collins, Carrie 37, 131 Collins, Debra Collins, Janet 29, 76, 133 Collins, Lisa 8 Compton, Laura Conlin, Lori 8 Conreux, Trish 78 Contarino. Anna 20, 66, 67, 74, 98, 115, 136 Cook, Amy 29 Cook, Jeff 29, 130 Coonrod, David 37 , 1 10, 1 19, 120, 132 Cooper, Neal Copeland, Richard Copen, Joel 7 4, 75, 110, 118 Courtney, Lanell 29, 76, 131 Cox, Carolyn 8, 115 Cox, Jerry Cox, Mart 37 Coye. Christine 37, 133 Craig, Philip 21 Cralley,Jeff 37, 66, 74, 93, 110, 120 Cramer, Tim 92 Crandall, Kip Cravatta, Guy Craven, Richard Crawford. Jamie 74, 1 10. 120 Creamer, Shelley Creek, Jodi 2 1 Crenshaw, Thomas Cristy, Sherri 8, 65, 104 Crocilla, Michele 37, 130 Cubbison, Beth 21, 94, 114, 116 Cunningham, Jr., Michael 29, 94, IO4 Curtis, Jennifer Cutright, Sherry 29, 65, 69, 76. 1)1 Cyrulik, Bridget 21, II4 Czart, George Czerwinski, Jackie D Dagg, Shirley 2 1 Daily, Stephanie 29, 76 Dammerman. Lisa 21, 71, 81, 85, 94 Daniels, Kevin 29, 75, 1 10, 1 18. 120 Daniels. Marc 8, 78 Curling. Daryle 21, 62, 94 Darrah, Tracy 29 Darst, Lanell 8 Dart, Greg Dautzenberg, Roy Dennis 94 Davelis, Craig 21, 69, 94 Davelis, Diane 37 Davidson. Carl 8, I 1 1 Davis, Amy 37, 74, III Davis, Ben Davis, Brad Davis, Deanna 96 Davis, Michael Davis, Michael L. 1 Dawrant, .Andrew 37 Dawson, Tim 110, 118, 120, 132 Day, Kenton 37 DeAngelis, Lisa Debits, Kristin 7 5, I 10 Decker, Diana 21, 121 DegenharJl, Carol 8, 79, 80, 104 DeGroot, .Michael 29, 67, 71 DeGroot, Robin 8, 7 7 Del Re, Jilt 3 7, 64. 131 Delhridge. Pam Dellerl, Edwin Denaalt. loneda 8. 70, (), (, ;9, 120, 112 Denby, Linda 8, 75, 94, 1 14, " 7 Denby, Peter Denton, Nathan DePauw, Michael 83 Derocher, Christine 21, 26 Dertz, ,S ary DeVries, Gregg 21,81 DeU erff, Karen 78 Detterff, Michele (7, Ml De.xter, Amy 21, I 14, 14O Dickerwn. David Dickeruin. Queen 9 Diciinan. Franklin ni„. Dan 9 lh on, Stephen Doak, .Margaret 29, 77 Dohh,. Ira, y I 10 )» «■ , John 9, 18 Dmbler, Joyic 9. 8 1. I I4 Dolan. k.ilhryn 17 Dolen. Fri, Donaliluin, Jackie 2 1 , 26, 7 5, I III, III. 110. 118, 120 Donehon, Phillip Dongo,ki, ( r,iig Doniek, C arol 37, 74. 1 10. Ill, 119, 133 Donnelly, Julie Dorrii, iJiri 9 Dowell, Iroy Dreii . Drnni, lirryrr. ,i,l,lr,i I III Drumm. Paul Duhui ue, Renrr II. MO Duffy. Pal 2 1 Dugan, Duane I 10 Dugan, K.ithlern 1 1 Duncan, James Dunklau, Jennifer 9 Dunlap, L a Dunlea vy, Dennis 69. 104 Durbin, Debra 21 Durbin, Mary 37 Durbin, Michelle 29, 81, 1)1 Durst, Laura 37, 133 Dusek, Jr., Rick 37, 115 Dwyer, John Dy Ning, Kimson 21, 68 Dyche,Jr., Bill 21, 110, 120 E Earl, Doris 9 Easterling, Rudi Easterly, Tammy 21, 94, 95 Ebhert, Nancy 9 Ebbert, Susan 9, 80 Ebner, Kinga 83 Edgar, Laura 29, 34, 66, 94 Edmiaston, Debbie 21, 62 Edmison, Cathi 29, 66, 74, 103, 1 10, 111, 120 Edmonson, Joel Edwards, Beverly Edwars, Jameen 38, 76. 84, 90, 1}} Edwards ' , Joel 75, 1 18 Edwards, Shad 71, 76, 91 Edwards, VCard Eichstaedt, Laura Eipers, Peter Elbert, Troy )8, 46, 1)0 Elledge, Steve 78 Eller, Chrissy 29, 114 Elliott, Jay 38 Elliott, Joy 21, 77, 114 Elliott, Michelle Elliott, Nancy II4 Ely, Janet 38, 131 Ely, Karen 9, 94, 95 Elzy, David Embar, Maya Emerson, Stephanie 2 1 Enge, Christopher Eschman, Judith 29, 66, 101 Essig, Lynn 46 Estes, Sarah 29 Etscheid, Dale 21, 65 Evans, Birgirtha 66. 133 Evans, Kelly Evert, Daniel 29, 7 5, 114, 1 16 Euing, Kathryn 38, 131 F Fabry, Philip 38, II4 Fairchild, Amy 29, 115 Feeney, James 29 Feinsot, Philip 38 Feken, John 9, 110, 111, II4, 120 Fentress, Kim Fergurson, Karen 21. II4 Fields, Richard Finke, Steve 82 Finney, Lori Fisher, Jennifer 9 Fisher, Michael Fitzgerald, Judith Fleener, Linda 21, 70, 82 Fleming, Malhew 80 Fletcher, Kathleen 38, J 30 Fletcher, Scott 21, 71, 85, 94 Fletcher, Tammy 70, 76, 79, 1 10, 120, 132 Flowers, Dana 29, 81 Floyd, Jule 9 Floyd, Ricky 38 Foote, Leslie 29, 70, 1)2 Foote, Michael Fore, Julie Franci,, Patrick Frank, James 21, 68. 71, 94, 98 Frank, Penny 9, 76, 8 I Frank, Susan 9, ( ( 4 Frazier, Jonna 9 Freeman, Matthew 78 Freeman, Shawn Freeman, Terri Freiny, Jane French, Doug Frick, Todd )8 Frost, Gail 29, 64 Fulk, Roy Funk, Lloyd 2 I G Gabriel, John 132 Gaitros, Luanne 22 Galat, Craig 38 Galligan, Kalhy Galligan, .Michael Galloway, Laura Gamut lie, Christine 29, 131 Garfield. Tim ,132 Garner, Dan Garrett, Angela 133 Garrett, Patriik 38. MO Gavoni. Dim Geegan, Renee 38 Geidnti, ( hristi 38, 84, 114 Gelfo. Debra 22. 1 12, 148 Genders, Sine 38 Gent, David Gent, Michael Gerk, Andy German, fiatrtck Gibson II, Ed 84, 130 (lif en, I ' lioma 202 afford, Marilyn Giladi, Vzi Gilbert, Leslie 30 Gilby, Lora Gill, Warren 110, 119. 120 Gillispie, Darrell Gillingham. DaviJ Girard, Brian 30, 118 Girard, Keri 21, 82 Givers, Conrad Glan. Matthew Glasgow, Brenda 21,115 Glover, Anita 2 1 Glow, Darlene 104 Goethe, Lisa 10, 74. 120 Gain, Tonyan 17 — -- - Gander, Jeffrey 1 1 4 Goodbred, Laura 1 1 4 Goode, Gena 30 Gordon, Dan Gordon. Glenna Jo 38, 66, 120, 132 Gorski,Jr., Robert 30, 130 Gorz, Karin 38, 84, 131 Grabiec. Georgann 38, 113, 131 Grabinski, Michele 38, 132 Grabowski, Sandra 30 Graves, Karol 10, 114 Gray, David 10 Gray, Julie Green, Kristi 10 Green, Robert 130 Gregerson, Deborah 10, 61, 82, 94, 9S, Gregory, David 21 Gregory, Frank Greleheck, Ranel 21, 113 Greubel, Edward 66 Griffis, Jonna 20, 114 Griffith, Amy Grimsley, Britt 38 Gritton, Paul 114, 116, 128 Groninger, Dixie 30, 67, 70, 76, 1 10, 111 Gross, Mary 21 Gruber, John 38 Gruhn, John 68, 11, 94 Guerrero, Bernard 26 Guin, JOseph 2 1 Gulick, Martha 30, 76, 79 Gundy, Lisa 10, 18, 114 Gunning, Edward Guttman, Rebekah 114 Gutzmer, Pete H Hack, Gordon 21 Hackharth, Brian 38, 46 Hagedorn, Kathy 10, 11 Hagerman, David 110 Hagler, Lynda 10 Hails, Dana 38, 46 Hake, Jennifer 38. 1)1. 140 Halda, Christina 38, 62, 1 14, 1 16 Hale. Clarence Hale, Kevin 10, 66, 67, 94, 98, 138 Hale, Kristin Halemeyer, Jane 10 Hall, Bethany Hall, Loren Halm, Kathy 38, 114 Hamell, Denise Hamilton, Senta 30 Hand, Judy 16, 94 Hanley, Janet 11, 114 Hanneken. Angle 30. 64 Hanneken, Brenda 10 Hansen, Larua 38 Hanser, Kirk 39, 1 19 Hardy-Vi ' auchope, Denise 10 Hardy-VCauchope, Diane 10 Harmon, Scott 10 Harris (Meyer), Rachel Harris, Brian 39, 1 13 Harris, Charles Harris, Gwen Harris, Robin 39, 11, 132 Harrison, Amy 39. 131 Harrison, Tami 10, 11 Harry, Kathy 83 Hart, Chris Hartmann. Paul 39, 130 Hartrich, Eric Harvey, Steve Hash, Phillip 14, 110, 111, 120 Haslett. Tricia 39, 130 Hasse, James 61 Hastings, Scott 10 Hawk. Mark Hawkins, Robert 39 Hawks, Clint Haynes, Samantha 39, 84, 133 Hays, Karen Hazlet, Laura II, 11 Hearn, Shawn Heer, Kathryn Heidegger, Scott 98, 99 Heilman, Lisa 10. 114. 130 Helton, Jake Hembrough, Shalyn 39 Hennessy, Brian 39 Hennessy, Brian 39. 64, 93 Henrikson. Mark 18, 110 Henry, Angle 39, 13 Hensel, Rick 39, 130 Hersbberger. Carol Hickman, Fred 39 Hickman. Michelle Hill, Thomas Hills, Judy 1 1 Hilton, Nancy Hindman, Cindy Hinlon, Eva 71 Hlawek, Christie 11. 94 Hlawek. Rob Hochstetter, John Hockhalter, Karen 11. 11, 61, 66, 81, 98, 133 Hoehne, Jerrisue 30, 69, 16, 131 Hoerner, Nancy 11, 10, 11. 114 Hoffman. Kimberly 11 Hoffman. Lisa 22, 82 Hoffman, Michelle 22, 62, 76, 79. 91 Hoffmann. Paula 22. 74, 75, 76, 91, 114, 132 Holeton, Kevin 39 Holland, DeEtte 1 1 Holland, Jane Hollenbeck, Lynn II, 65. 82 Hollister, Anna 39, 64. 76 Holmes, Blythe Holt, Tamara II, 10, 80 Holum, Elizabeth 39. 113. 116. 131 Hood, Kristen 39, 131 Hooper, Richard Hooper, Tawnya 39, 46. 76. 13! Hoots, Cameo Hope. Paul 30. 14. 13. 114. 116 Hopkins. Melissa 39. 131 Hopp, Debra 30. 130 Hoppenjans. Jeanna 22. 82. 131 Hopper. Christine 22, 65. 77. 82 Hopper. Michelle 30. II Horst. Brian Hoult, Slacy 30. 69. 131 Houser, Richard Howard, Lee Howell. Kelly Howell. Tim Hower, Rita Huff, Glenn Hufford (W ' inick), Susan Huggins, Brian Hughes, Martin 34 Hundrieser, John 39, 46, 130 Hunt, Brian 22 Hunter, Renee 39, 131 Hunloon, John 22, 111. 118 Hurn, David Hutchings. Laura 11,11 Hutchinson, Jeff Huttes, Celeste I lanni, Michele 30, 65. 67. 68, 76, 82, 94 Icenogle, Luan Impastato, David 39 hh. Joe J Jackson. Darlene 39. 60, 132 Jackson, Kelly 91 Jackson, Matthew Jackson, Steve Jacobazzi, Lisa 30 Jacobson, Karen Jaguszewski, John James, Rick Janicke, Erin Jannink, Regina 1 1 Jannusch, Keiin Janota, John 22 Jansen, Gregory 18 Jaskowiak, Mary Beth 22, 94, 98 Javois. Louis 22, 68, 120, 132 Jennings, Susan Jensen, Kirsten 39, 131 Jensen. Kristen 30 Johnson. Cathy 30, 61, II, 76 Johnson, Celestine 39, 16, 84, 130 Johnson, Cleophas 84 Johnston, Dan Johnston, Daniel Johnston, Jeff 22, 92, 108 Johnston. Michael Johnston, Travis 69. 94 Jolliff, Jerry Jones, James Jones, Jeanetle 39. 46. 16. 131 Jones Jr., Robert 22, 110. 116, 119, 120 Jones, Karen 30, 63. 101. 106, 101, 130 Jones, Kenda Jones, Michelle Jones, Pam 39 Jones, Tauny 11, 81, 83 Jordan, Kim Josefson, Rebecca 39, 91, 114, 132 Jun, Brad Jurges. Jennifer 11, 11, 94, 98 Justison, Lisa K Kaczor, Kellie Kaeding, Amy 40, 131 Kaminski, Matt 11, 92. 130 Kanallakan, Brian 40 Kane, Thomas Karwatowicz, Tony 104 j Kastner. David Kastner, Debbie 30, 132 Kaulfuss. Lisa 40. 130 Keaton. Sunserrae 40. 130 Keeling, Dena Keenan, Robert 40 Kegresse, Pam 4, 11, 10, 98. 99. 100, 107 Keifer, Carol 83 Keith, Erin 22, 114 Keleher, Amy 30 Keller, Paula 22 Keller, Sa ndra 75. 110, 114, 119 Kellermann, Todd 118 Kemp, Diana 22. 84. 133 Kendall, Todd Kenn, Lisa 40, 110, 119, 120, 130 Kennedy, Ellis 40, 18 Kent, Carolyn 40. 131 Kerr. Dyanna 30, 76 Kidd. Danny Kidd. Jean 1 1 Kidd, Steve Kiermas. Jeff 40. 77 Kilcoyne, William 40 Kim. Hee Soo 40. 130 Kim, Taehue 40 Kimbrel, Laurie 80, 104 Kinas, Dana 30. 10. 130 Kincaid. Keith 124 Kinder, Shelli 30 King, Harold 22 King, John 40, 46, 84, 123 King, Krista 40 King, Lynn 40, 64, 76, 131 King. Michael Kirbabas, Mark Kitner, Troy Klawitter, Chris 30, 130 Kla witter, John 130 Klein, Marc Klendworlh, Wendy 30 Klose, Howard 40, 84, 130 Knepler, Thomas 40 Knohloch, Leah 30. 14. 13. 110. 132 Knoche. Carol 40, 131 Koehler, Wendy 30, 1 1 5 Koenig, Elizabe th 101 Koleson, Janet 31, 11, 120 Komora, Carolyn II, 17 Konicek, Roberta Kopley, Nick Kosiara, Lisa 12, 84 Kotlke, Jean 40, 131 Kramer, Bryan Kramer, George 130 Kraus, Lesa 31, 94, 131 Krauscjr., Ron 40, 120 Krebs, Frank 22, 68, 81 Krebs, George 66, 93 Krepps. Scott 12. 62, 64, 76, 91, 1 10, 120. 130 Kribs. Paul 40. 130 Krieg, David 1 1 Kriewaldl, Joy 40, 64. 130 Kriz. Gary 40, 110, 118, 120 Krizka, Steve 12, 110, 120 Krueger, Tim Krusz, Mark 40 Kubala, Susan 40, 110, 113, 130 Kubica, Mark 104 Kubicek, Bill 114, 120 Kurza, Jr., Ron 31 L LaBlance, Sandy 40. 64. 18, 132 LaFeber, Stacey 40 LaReau, Shelli 41. 1)0 Lane, Paula Langbein, Marie Elizabeth Langdon, Michael 40, 130 Lanum, Bruce 22 Lark. Cleavon Darnell 111 Larson, Christopher 12, 82 Lasco, Kristine 23, 98. 1 14 Lashmett, Gordon Lasswell, Barry 4I, 64, 76. 9 Lau son, Cristin Lawson, Greg Lawson, Shawna 31 Lazowski III, Frank LeBeau, Dawn 41 LeBow, Susan 12, 11, 66, 79, 130 Leach, Cindy I 2 Leake, Charles Lee, Gerald Lee. Thomas 12. 66. 81, 83, 130 Leetz. Ruth Leffel, David II4 Leffel, Sletie 3 1 Leibinger, Douglas 31, 14, 13, III, 118, 120, 130 Leinherger, Lesa Leininger, Kimberly 131 Lemke Jr., James 41 Lents, Michael 69, 104 Leonard, Kathleen Leonard, Lauri Letterer, Jennifer 64. 11 Levell, Keith 1 1 4 Levy. Phillip Levy, Steve Lewandowski, Mark 23, 13, 111, 118 Lewis, Scott Lewis. Thomas Liehner. Jean 23, 133 Liles, Lori 23, 82. 133 Lillpop, Sleie 12, 11, 81, 82, 8), 83 Little, Sieve Little, Dave Lockwood, Beth Lockwood, Brian Loehr, Janet 1 2 LotI, Al 2 Loveless, Pam 23, 84 Lovellette, Alesia 23, 82 Lovett, Michelle 41, 101 Lower, Kim Lowery, Tracy 1)0 Loy, Laura Luck, Ginger Luka, Joe 23, 82 Luttrell, Colleen 62, 16, 82, 91, 132 Lyons, Lislie Lyons, Mark 23, 66, 10, 1 10, 118, 120 M MacPherson, Todd 31, 63, 81 Macro, Jesse Madsen, Jessica 14, 83 Madura, Judy 1 2 Magee, Richard 23 Mahon, Tina 110, 133 Mahoney, Thomas 3 1 Major, DeEtte Major, Jennifer 31, 130 Malecki, Ted 80, 10) Mallory, Sherryl 12 Malone, Eric 4 1 Manning, Lori Mansfield, Michael 41, 83 Marchese, Karoline 31, 46, 16, 81, 82, 132 Marietta, Carla 41. 130 Marino, Jenee 41. 14, 13, 113, 131 Marino, Thomas 4 1 Markiewicz, Chris 130 Markussen, Stacy 41, 11. 113, 131 Markvart. William Marquis, Tracy Marquis, Wendy Marquiss, Dawn Marsaglia, Michael 41 Marsh, Lane 113, 116 Marshall, Jay 23 Marshall. John 23. 18. 83, 98. 106, 1)2 Martin, Charles Martin, Dorlisa )4. 84, 113 Martin, Frank 2) Martin, Kelli 41, 131, 140 Martin, Ron Martin, Todd 18 Marusarz, Lisa 3 1 Marzilli, Mary Jo 12, 62, 84 Malheny, Dave Mathews, Kent Malson. Laura 12, 16. 19 Matteson. Kent Mattingly. Michelle Matuszewski, Lynnette4l, 110, 120, 131 Matz, Charles Matz, Charles Matz, Kevin 31, 75, 1 10, 1 18, 120, 130 Mauck, Natalie Maurizi, Lisa 2, 12, 79. 94. 1 13 Maynard, Larry 23 Mazenko, Megan 12, 10 McAfee, Michael McBride, Lynette McCaffrey, Cari 23, 19 McCaffrey, Heather 41 McCatta, Shannon 31, 69. 77. J 31 McCammack, Jerry McCarthy, Andrea McCaw, Michele McClelland, Danny 12, II4 McClure, Clifford ' McClure, Dave 41, 113 McClure, Heidi McCormick, Colleen 4 1 McCormick, Dan McCracken, John 41, HO, 113, 119 McCurdy III, Ralph 23, 104 McDermott, Brian III, 120 McDonald, Deanna 1), 94. 114, 111 McDonnell, Matt McElroy. Mike McFariand. Dorothy )l. 76 Mcintosh. 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Teresa 23 N Nash, Melinda 23. 113 Natyshok. Susan Natyshok. Tracy 3 1 Naughton. Brad 42 Nellis. Robert 42 Nelson. Jeffrey 42. 74. 113 Nelson, Laura 31, 11, 16, 11, 94 Neubauer, John 1 1 5 Neumann, Todd 69 Neville, Melissa 23, 26, 82 Nihlo, Michelle 4, 66, 10, 113. 1)2 Nicodemus, Joann Niebrugge, Ellen 31, 16, 131 Nieders. Linda 31, 16. 131 Nihiser, Dale Niks, Lynelle 42, 64, 132 Niles, Pam 13, 18, 110, 148 Nofsinger, Stephen 203 Noleri. Uomm il Noles, Diari Norris. Carol 2.i. 4-! Norris. RarJon 74. 1 14, 1)1 Noi ' uru. Lwnard 0 O ' Brien, Michael OXomiell, Jill 8 5 O ' Domhue. Christine 42, lU Ohermtttni, Peter Okpisz, Ronald Olson, Karen 96 Ongjoco, Mary )l, I Orchard, Teresa li, 18, 67. 71, SO, ' J2, 94, 9S, 100 Orednick. Joseph 108. 120 Oru ' ig. Paula 24. 7ft Oshorne. Dawn Oshorne. Jennifer Owen, John Owen, Joseph Owen, Travis 60, 92 Owens, Doug 24 Owens, Michael 24 P Pacholski, Michael 42 Paczynski. Jejj ]), 17 Page, Tim 31, 75. 110, III, II}, 121, 1)7 Paige, Kevin Paller. Craig Palmer, Bradford Palmer, Jeff 9) Palmer. Sidney 78 Paller, Sue 24, 77 Paluga. James Parker, James Parkinson, Kristin 42, 1)1 Parks. Jennifer Parks, Julie 24 Parks. Susan 7 I Pasquest. Sandra 42. 1)1. 140 Pavlos. Carole 24. 64. 65, 120. 1)2 Peak, Sydney 24 Pearl, Sharon 4, I), 66, 71, 85. 94, 98, 1)1 Pease, Paul Peistrup, David 42 Pelkey. Janine 104. 705 Pellant. Beth 42, 70. 1 14, 1)1 PenJley, Angela 42, 1)2 Peoples. Brian 1 }. 1)0 Peoples. Shau ne ) I Perkins. David 62, 67 Perry. James 78 Perry, Joseph 94 Perryman, Frank Petard, Sidney I) Peter, Carta 24, 64, 69, 77, 1)1 Peters. Kristy 131 Peters. Scott 3 I Petersen. Todd 13. 17 Petersen. Trudie 116 Peterson, Lance Peterson, Troy 42, 79, 75. 1 10, 1 19, 120 Pfeifer. John Philhin. Terry 66, 1 3i Phillips, Lynda 13 Phipps, David 1), 66, 106, 107, 1)0 Pierce, James Pierceall, Hallie Pmtpank, Oliver 24 Pndlasei, John 24 Podowicz, Andrea )2, 130 Poelker, Tract 130 Pollilt, Dirk Ponce, Paul 24 Pope, Jeanetle 24, ft5, 82, 94, IO4, 108 Pi,ple,Jill 132 Poppen, Arlyn 13, 82 Prell, ttendi 32, 80 Price, Stephanie 42, 131 Prills, Cuna 42 Procarione, Barbara 24, 82 Procarione, Kara Prochaska, Karen 32 Prochaska, Roy Prof fill, Kim 13 Proffilt, Rhonda Prosie, Anne-Mane 24, 67, III Proud, Cara 6 5, 80, 81. 82. 83, 90. 94. 98 Proud. Eric 91. 1 10 Proud. Jennifer Prusz, Michele 42, 64, 131 Pur cell, Jenny 4 2 Purviance, Dan 24, 77 2 Query. Jeff R Rahe, Dawn 14, 17, 66. I 12 Radie, Cordon 24. 120 Rahn, Mark Rakociy, fill 12 Kamer, Lna 42, 74, 76, 1 14 Rasmusten, Daniel Ran wolf Keith Rawdon, Cheryl 32 Hay, Belly 42, 13) Hazo, Jean Ready, Sean Rehman, Jon 14, 17, 85. 94, 98, 100 Redondo, Peter 42 Reehel, Richard Reed, Curtis Reed, Laura 24 Reeder, Denise 77 Reeder, Jmeph Reeve, Marci 82 Reid, Miihael 14, U, 82 Reid, Pally 6 5, 80 Reinhold, athy Reinrmann, Kiinherly 32, 66. 76, 1)1 Renner, Ann 14 Renlfro, Hilda Revelle, ( hriilofiher Revis, Rebecca Rey, Daniel 42, 116 Reynolds, Darren HI Reynolds, Rene Rhead. Rhonda 14. 18. 80 Rheeling. Jennifer 42 Rhoades. Amy 14. 1 14 Rhoades. John 32, 130 Rich. 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