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03- CLASS Students ... 2 Faculty . . . 63 Millidek 1988 Groups . . . 79 Millikin University Fine Arts ... 233 R 7 . Living ... 277 Decatur, II. Sports . . . 203 Closing ... 237 Aft ... 243 zdbc . . . 236 Cynthia Buob Karla Camillo Brent Campbell D. Bryan Cannon Timothy Dawson Diana Decker Peter G. Denby Christine Ann Derocher Stephanie Emerson Dale R. Etscheid Karen Fergurson Lori Finney Joseph Guin Gordon Hack Judy Hand Kathy L. Harry Cameo Hoots Jeanna Hoppenjans Timothy Howell Brian Huggins Bruce Lanum Kristine Lasco Kimberly Ann LeCrone Mark V. Lewandowski Jennifer Parks Julie Parks Susan Parks Carole Pavlos 11 Theresa S. Richards Erin Rills Norman Rokosz Lori Rdi he Theresa S. Richards Erin Rills Norman Rokos z Lori Rot he Tatia Rue Amy Runkle Elizabeth Ryerson David Samples Daniel Stepansky Michelle T. Stillman Karen Stiner Andrea R. Taylor Jean Taylor Paul Taylor Brian Telford Frank J. Tieri Janet Varvil Jacqueline Voiles Brad Weishaar Christopher Thomas Eric A. Thomas Thomas G. Velek Roschelle Vickroy Jane Vopicka Abbie Walter Glen West Susan Williams Charlotte Thull Michael Voeller Mm , Ik. an jl ;y ' J lL Eft mbi B Bwi Michael A. Wasilewski ... " - ifc l€iPV 1 111 p if. mm m 1 Donald Winzer 15 Scott Woodruff Martene Worrell David Wright Christopher Wronkiewicz Kimberly Yarnell Annette Younker Michael Zachman TRe 1988 MILLIDSK is (Montedto 4z monies o it CHass 05- ' 88. Ik wimbeAS oir ifos cfoss toe, toudtad JV lt2£t(eiK in Aeik om and (Mque uiay. Tfc sta o|y me }AliiTD£K uishs eacH and eiTeAy smo i touted success anc happiness — you desemt ct (A Go o i ft!!!! Special Note: At the end of this book you will find a complete list of all seniors, their hometowns and their degneslm 16 Steve Pinke April 1, 1966 — September 11, 1987 In Remembrance of Steve Finke How good it must be to live life confident and unafraid Never really knowing failure Never having to be alone How good it must be to have the ability and support To accomplish any dream To always know success How good it must feel to be so loved To make your parents proud To have so many friends How good it is for us to know Steve had this kind of life Much loved, very happy H-e had it all. — a friend Scott Ahaus uses Chili to clear his sinuses. o 1 Q 8 8 P 2 2 Hoffmann admires Mike O ' Brien ' s culinary technique. A dentist ' s worst nightmare! Lisa Bruns, Kamey Shaw, and Stacey Mogged offer toothy smiles. Comrade Eric Thomas grins devilishly over his plot to conquer the world. 18 Scott Ahaus offers an edsttC version of beat hwear. The last step . . . it ' s lie been a long time coming ... just seems like yesterday; when we entered the doors of M.U. for vY the first time . . . decisions, decisions, deci- j 5 ions . . . What do I major in . . . What organiza- t ' mS am 8° ' n 8 t0 e ' n ■ ■ ■ remem ber the horror of finals f 0T the f irSt time ■ ■ ■ wm m ' ss those ■ ■ ■ ma king lasting ) friendships . . . all of the renovations going on . . . we will never forget the good times or the bad . . . and we will never forget each other. This book is for you — Class of ' 88. Kimberly Le Crone prays for a Big Blue win. " I think I swallowed a tooth! " Dorlisa Martin tries to smile with Tom Velek. Karla Camilla, Rodney Miller and Doug Bales — Senior Class Chair " Hey guys, how about going into the studio again tonight? " Jim Belk and Rob Jones Don Winzer plays a little ' bone at a football game. " And that ' s not all. Did you hear . . . ? " What are they talking about? Lisa Hoffman and Blythe Holmes 19 " Say when " Anna Contarino gets personal service from Dean Joe Houston. John Httntoon falls over backwards to get in a picture with Beth Cuhison and Diana Mills. 20 Eat your heart out — Gaye Sims and Meredith Nord have arrived. Let the fun times begin. Couple of friends enjoy the School of Music Picnic. ( Michelle Lovett and Valerie Brandt ) The 1988 MILLIDEK, A Touch of Class, is dedicated to the Senior Class of 1988 but of course the school year would not be complete unless we had our friends in other classes. Millikin University is definitely a place for friends and friendship to grow. Many waking moments are spent with those who we consider friends and this book wouldn ' t be complete without our friends. The remainder of this book is for all such people. Friends. Here ' s to the Class with the Touch of Class, Class of 1988! Keep the friendships strong and never forget those friends who remain behind Classes of 89, 90, and 91! Senior Glen West spends many hours in the practice room brushing up on technique. C raig Clancy and Tony Custin utilize the Aston Computer Center for a project. 21 Some of the Class of 88 enjoy the LSB Senior Chile night. Feeling Great after a Big Blue Victory - Senior Dan Rasmussen Dave Wright and Frank Tieri seem to be in deep thought — the world is waiting — go get ' em! 22 Anne- Marie Proske, Laurie McMaster and Missy Neville together, for always, Friends! First al Ban k of Decatur p r es ■dent) 250 000 M KCSl llikin Urn verity from thee tate ire " has an noun ed a • he Ute Fran klin Firs, Haw al Ban kofOeca twt lit be trust ofth illbeuse dint heVm versity i major renov anon estate ■{forts 1 1 " in its lan Jma rk bu Uik ' m Iding, beral Arts iversity Hall- Vn ,eral Arts has Hall anno unce 11 honor honor Shillint Shillt - ihe g ' J ither, i re " aming ' rhs who u a s mayo i atur Fran d dedicate S0ing- feZiri C ' ■ affat- the turn of th Dei: century, from 1901 to nd was IflVOi 1905: Ived h was the act i ong- Li ' d mmuntty ■ ,dication Hall eremon its the Arts one the ong 1 pre: ident nal bu ' pheod versity- ddings ' campus- was 1902 ■ the bw dd icaUa : mo deled sever rait ' tnes, the c It on J ' urren cons X903- tructe d in project , thef major Idi ' l has bee " ova " " tin pres a " - those have ecure During greek rush, Panhellenic Rush Coordin- ator Joy Elliott, felt that sorority rush week was going well. However, InterFraternity Council Rush Chair, Dennis Dunleavy, felt that fraterni- ty rush could have been better. " This year ' s fraternity rushees are having trouble making up their minds as to which house to join, " Dunleavy explained. Dunleavy attributed the slow rate at which rushees are pledging to the removal of the third night of sets, where rushees visit their two preferred fraternities. He said the removal of the third night of sets " was supposed to create a more informal atmosphere for rush by allowing houses to have open activities from Thursday through Sunday night. " During rush Elliott said, " I think sorority rush is going very well and there are going to be a lot of girls pledging. " She remarked that both " the rushees and the houses seem to know more about what is going on than in previous years. " Elliott mentioned that last year ' s sorority rush had four days of sets, whereas this year ' s rush has five sets with a two day break. " The reason for adding an additional party ( set ) and a two day break, was so rushees would have more time to make a decision on a house they liked, " stated Elliott. Dunleavy said that this year ' s fraternity rush took place during the first week of classes, as it has in the past. Elliott said, " Girls ' rush is in the second week of classes, instead of the first week as in years past. " Elliott added that Panhel " decided to give the rushees a chance to settle into school during the first week of classes, then during the second week, they could get into rush. " Kay Powell, director of greek affairs, said that this fall 1 38 women and 66 men went through organized rush sets. She added that there were 93 women that went through organized rush sets for the fall of 1986 (men ' s figures were unavailable). When asked what accounted for the increase in women ' s participation, Powell stated, " I believe this increase is due largely to the increased enrollment, but the percentage of women participating is around the same as last year. " The number of new full-time women this fall is 329, compared to last fall ' s 249, said Registrar, Walt Wessel. By dividing the number of women attending rush sets by the total number of females, one can determine that 421 percent of neu women went through rush this fall, compared to 37 percent last fall. ShilH n Milan state- root " th decision i our s tan the Boar ding tra- Dir dition d of ■actors i , ma it). our uccess luttre Boara 11 sai- ofVir ectors. nd am con, ident t U ' OH ' 1 he ex t ch he v o M plained- ation- Dr. J ews a ■lliki " Vmv ■Mi llik ' m ers ' ty i one extreme- ly impor most tant i ed swa- the ft iture H prtv " the n -den Roge ller sat- the Uni versity was delig- hted wit ndorse ment fthe V altty of ducatton provt ded at the co mmuntty- rant ' the imp 1 among riant lliki ' Vn the iversity, role the most Urn g nif«« n versity t in divi ual contr ' buttons Oecatur history. Griswo Ids, pres _ n d we -he ma de sue state h a " beq uest pact also prov dent are klana filler saio d to P ' ■ " the ShiU ' V name -rp ' -tuate this name along the Scovt Staleys nd others tm. lliki " ,ded a w " . Urn versity .AJitiona ' j „„ r( ,ive»4 " Uik ' m off aa , Viresge Foun datio " tddit ' o " tbh the Uni versity 1 recei ' halle ' ig grat " Kresge ,ift was conM ddition ShiHi " i al $1 m llion iding tot by Jan- alofP t upon 1988. nillion the Uni versity , Tro). securing ecatur nsti tutions In 1986, hland Commun tty First Colle Ban tees destgna provi de fou " datio " ted moneys $7 50 , but 000 beq cattona uest Id thi ShiM n Editorial: A freshman, last week, was over- heard telling a friend that Mi Hi kin ' s next president will probably die of either boredom or an overdose of L.S.D. consumed to help him or her dream up worthwhile projects to embark on. Indeed, after a reading of Millikin ' s recent history, it seems that the Miller regime has achieved enough structural gain to last the University well into the next century. The con- struction of the Staley Library, R.T.U.C., Kirkland, and the renovation of L.A. — all within two decades — is quite an accomplish- ment. The people of Millikin now are at the peak of progress awareness. Caught between the " what was " and the " what will be " of L.A., the Millikin community is able to form a brick image of the past merging with the present. This perception, which will soon be contingent upon the past efforts of campus photographers, is still easily conjurable as one " swims " the Fire Escape Channel between the Sea of Modern Millikin and the shark- infested waters of the Tabor School ( i.e., between middle and west L.A.). Most Millikinites, however, wish to witness the complete modification of LA., and leave the past to the pictures. Renovated middle L.A. tantalizes this desire. Gone are the days of visible plumbing, sweat, and whistling steam heaters. The floors don ' t squeak as much, nor do students sit and smoke on cracked benches in the hallways. Comn unity Center the new hla " ' campu Dorm life has spread to the Ambassador Hotel - or has it? Two female Millikin University students stepped off the shuttle bus and entered the hotel lobby through the double glass doors. They stopped at the front desk to look, in their mailboxes and chat with the desk clerk. The elevator bell rang and the women hurried into the mirrored car and pressed a button on the panel. The doors opened on the 5th floor and they stepped onto the shag carpet and walked past an array of vending machines and a bulletin board hung on a wall - papered wall. The students entered their air conditioned room - complete with full bath, colored television, picture window, shag carpeting and wallpaper. They could not decide whether to use the pool or go to the lounge to get a snack. Most of the Millikin students living at the Ambassador are pleased with this modified version of dorm life. Some upperclassmen prefer it to living on campus. " It ' s a lot nicer than the dorms. The rooms are bigger and the maid comes once a week to clean the bathroom, " said Dan Rey. " I ' m pleased. " " I like it, " said resident assistant Mark Krusz. " It ' s a better study environment and many of the upperclassmen want to move off campus anyway. " The students have mixed feelings about being isolated a mile away from campus. " Living in the hotel encourages you to mingle on campus, " said Michelle Martin. " I feel the shuttle is inconvenient and that I can ' t take advantage of the activities at the gym, " said Stephanie Polster. There are two floors of Millikin students at the Ambassador. The 4th floor is male and the 5th floor is female. According to the resident assistants those floors follow the same rules as the dorms on campus. " But, it ' s hard for me to know if they ' re breaking the rules because they don ' t need to leave their rooms, " Krusz said. " I think we are responsible enough to watch for people who don V belong on the floor, " said 4th floor resident assistant Kelly Walls. There have been some complaints from the students at the hotel. " The pool is dirty and we have had roaches and fleas in o ur room. " Allison Shine noted. " The television only works on four channels because the satellite dish is broken, " Rey adds. Many students have also complained about the shuttle being inconvenient. The students are petitioning to get the times changed. The students and the hotel employees get along well. " The people at the front desk treat us really nice, " Martin said. " We haven t any complaints from other hotel patrons, but the maintenance people get annoyed because they have to fix things to campus standards like smoke alarms, " Krusz explained. Jo Green, a hotel desk clerk said there have been no complaints from other hotel patrons. " The biggest hassle is the mail and transferring calls to the rooms, " she added. According to Laura Cornille assistant dean of students, there are 5 students living in the Ambassador. The students were chosen by the date of their housing deposits. The last deposits received were placed in the hotel. As a result, most of the students are freshmen. About 25 percent of the total upperclass were asked to live at the hotel, but less than 10 students accepted, stated Lin Stoner, director of Admissions. " We realize that the shuttle is a problem and we are watching the traffic patterns, " said Lori Kerans, residence hall director at the Ambassador. " If the students will use it until 2:00 a.m. then we will run it that long. " ; The students can also all m urity or ride the city bus to campus free of charge. 24 ? " ll «g lS 29c tf meie0 »- 15 s Ohio l m J. Ro " early °! d Re P°» " si of i yp ea u t Cr!t eriaf ort , the ' 20 best pUhl " relati r " " Wfc, est out of , „ c ' at ions y« ' Rested thJ f L W " S - Paa " e«n, nt of prospective ra nki nf , ,, . f op ed tl ' mil «r go. 23 flirt ' V " f Dr. William Ferris, professor of French, is retiring in May of 1988 after 23 years of teaching, but he still plans to remain active on Mi likin ' s campus. " Theoretically I am going to be doing all those things that I have been putting on the back burner here for all th ese years at Millikin, " Ferris said. " I shall continue to do linguistic and literary research, and to keep on writing and publishing. " Ferris intends to do most of his work at Staley library, so he will still be able to see his colleagues and students. Ferris will also continue to be the assistant coach of the women ' s Softball team, as he has been since the team began in 1981. He said that last year the women ' s Softball team won the CCIW conference, which was also the first year for conference play. " It was the first time that any women ' s team at Millikin had won the CCIW conference,. " Ferris said. Another reason why Ferris will continue to coach is because it " is the perfect antidote for all my literary research. " Ferris plans to spend most of his day doing research in a very serious atmosphere and then go to Softball practice in the afternoon. " It ' s a change of ' pace and I feel refreshed, " Ferris said. " Then I ' m ready to go back to research, and the cycle continues. On the lighter side, Ferris said the faculty homecoming skit will be something he will never forget. The skit requires faculty members to use their bodies to spell out " Millikin. " It has become a recent tradition for Ferris to portray all three " I ' s " in " Millikin. " This year was the first time Ferris has ever received a standing ovation, and it was for his " { " performance. " The good thing ( about playing the " I " is that I have just as much fun do- ing it, as the students have watching it, " Ferris said. Students are more career oriented today than they were in 1965, Ferris said. Students of the late 1960s, according to Ferris, were pri- marily liberal arts majors who felt confident that they would find jobs doing something they liked. He added that students of the 1980s now take courses aimed at certain careers, which explains the growth in the business school. Ferris said that the pendulum is swinging back again and now " we are experiencing a slight Renaissance in liberal studies. " Women had a dress code of having to wear either a dress or skirt to class back to 1965, when Ferris began teaching at Millikin. Ferris said that the students entered into negotiations with the faculty and were able to eliminate the dress code. Since Ferris has been here he has seen the construction of Kirkland, Griswold, Hessler Hall and RTUC ( which he describes as " a magnificent addition to the original student center " ). " Back in the late 1960s, " Ferris said, " President McKay debated whether to build a new gymnasium or a fine arts center. He knew he would only get half of the alumni support if he built one or the other. So being an intelligent and sensitive man, he built both at the same time and got all of the alumni support. " Both Griswold and Kirkland were completed and dedicated in 1910. Ferris said to dedicate Griswold there was an exhibition pro basketball game between the Cincinnati Royals and the Chicago Bulls. He said that to dedicate Kirkland there was a performance of Ballet Folklorica of Mexico City, Mexico. One of the things I shall always remember about Millikin. " Ferris said, " Is wearing the hat of foreign studies adviser and in particular being coordinator for the Institute to European Studies ( IESj. " Ferris added that he was instrumental in making Millikin an affiliate of IES back in 1965. IES allows students to study overseas for as long as a year. As coordinator for IES, Ferris said he interviews all applicants and he has come to know these students very well. He said he has even gone to Europe to visit them and " I am welcomed like a long lost uncle by these students. " In 1965 Ferris accepted the position of chairperson of the foreign languages department at Millikin because the department needed a lot of work and it had not had a permanent chairperson for some time. Be- fore joining Millikin, Ferris had taught at his alma mater in West Virginia for nine years. After five years at Millikin, Ferris was thinking of making another career move, but still had not accomplished all his goals for the department. After 10 years at Millikin, Ferris realized that he had taken on a lifetime project. " Things were so pleasant here and I was enjoying my work so much, that I decided I might as well stay, " Ferris said. " I came here to make a big splash in a big hurry, and I made a lot of little splashes in a lot of years. " Millikin University ' s Decaturian newspaper won six awards in a recent state collegiate journalism contest. First place awards were won by Nathan Denton of Pana, Decatur ian editor and senior writing major, for best news story and best in- depth reporting categories of the Illinois College Press Association con- test. A third place award in the in-depth category went to reporting team of Bob Berg and of Mendota, Jenny Purcell of Palatine, Nancy Hilton of Decatur, a 1987 graduate, and Denton. Also winning a third place award were Tammy Clough, senior art manage- ment major from Lovington, and Dan Bledsaw, senior fine arts major from Decatur. Their Award was for best in -house promotional advertisement. Receiving honorable mentions were David Wright, senior from Washington, in the best column category and Carol Donick, sophomore from Summit, in the best feature category. All the awards, except the in- house promotion, were in the non- daily competition, which includes universities such as Bradley, Governors State, Illinois Wesleyan, North Central, Sangamon State, and Wheaton. The in-house promotion was in open competition which included Northwestern, the University of Illinois, Illinois State and other major state universities. Saturday, Jan. 30, a Millikin student and friend were struck by a car in the crosswalk at Oakland St. between Mills and Hess er Halls at about 930 p.m. Decatur resident Darrell A. Babcock, 64 LaSalle Dr., was cited for failure to yield to pedestrians at a cross-walk. According to the police report, Babcock was driving approximately 30 mph when he hit the two pedestrians. Kelly Kistinger said she and David Whyte were crossing Oakland St. from Hessler to Mills when the incident occurred. She said they looked both ways before crossing the street and they did see the car, which was one to one and one half blocks away, by Oakland Apartments. " It seemed like we had time, so we crossed, " Kistinger said. " When we were about two steps from the curb, I turned to my boyfriend ( Whyte ) and saw the car right behind him. Then I don ' t remember what happened. " " She flew about five feet into the air and bounced three times and landed right next to the car, " according to sophomore John Ar is, who witnessed the accident from about 30 feet away. " He ( Whyte ) hit his head on the curb and was knocked out. " Arlis said the driver slammed on his brakes as soon as he hit Kistinger and Whyte, then the car slid about 209 feet. According to the police report, the lighting in the area was poor, there was no stop sign, red flasher or stop and go light, the pavement was wet and there were no vehicle defects to Babcock ' s car. Vice President of Student Development Joseph Houston said the school has made a proposition to put lights up on the west side of Hessler and the east side of Mills, which would help visibility near the crosswalk. Houston said the only problem with this is a concern that the light might temporarily blind drivers. " It is dark. — on a moonless night, or a dark night, and it ' s grey and raining, you can ' t see, " Houston said. " If a kid ' s wearing blue jeans and nothing reflective, it ' s tough to see them. " Houston said the university has registered its concern about the darkness of the area to the city and Illinois Power. " You feel like that ' s part of campus so it doesn ' t even dawn on you that there are other people around there that you need to be watching for, " Laura Cornille- Cannady, assistant dean of students, pointed out. She also added that the school has made some recommendations to the city, such as putting up school crossing signs, " but a lot of those don ' t have to do with us. It has to do with the city because that is city property. " " I ' m going to follow up on this to see that happens because I ' m concerned about the general safety, " Houston said. " We have in that area probably close to 200 students who live across that street. " Kistinger and Whyte were treated and released from the hospital that night. Kistinger had bumps and bruised and pulled ligaments in her left knee. Whyte required 1 " ) stitches in his head and suffered a broken leg. Kistinger said Whyte will need arthroscopic surgery on his knee as a result of the accident. Randall Yoder, instructor of communication and general manager of WJMU, was fired at the end of last semester as a result of sexual harassment complaints filed by students, according to Gerald Redord, dean of arts and sciences. Several complaints were filed, he said. " We had an obligation and a responsibility to respond to the complaints in writing before Yoder ' s contract was terminated. According to an unidentied student, at least three complaints were filed against Yoder. The student said after Yoder allegedly made sexually oriented comments either to them or in their presence, the students approached Associate Professor of English James McDonald with their complaints. McDonald advised them to see Redford about the incidents. McDonald indicated that he gave the students that advice because the university ' s sexual harassment policy calls for students to consult with the appropriate dean or supervisor. Redford, McDonald noted, is also acting chairperson of the communications department this year. A search for a new chairperson is in process. " It was unprofessional conduct, ' ' Redford said of Yoder ' s alleged verbal harassment. " It is improper for a faculty member to behave in such a way with students. " Redford said that after the notice of termination, Yoder failed to grade the final project and the final exam in one course, and did not complete the grading in another. In a telephone interview Jan. 29, Yoder denied the allegations, saying the students who filed the complaints has done so because they were unhappy with decisions he had made regarding WJMU. " Hell yes it was a vendetta, " he said. Yoder argued that the administration did not conduct a proper investigation of the allegations. " They assumed I was guilty from day one. " Yoder said he was never iold specifically what the allegations were, or informed of the names of the complaining students. " If students want to get rid of a faculty member at Millikin, " Yoder said, " all they have to do is scream ' Fire ' " . Redford said he was not aware of any vendetta on the part of the students involved in the allegations. He added that, although students initially came to him as a group, he later spoke with each person individually. Yoder also accused the administration of violating his rights to due process, arguing that he had not been given the opportunity to face his accusers in order to defend himself. " The administration is only concerned with the flow of student money into Millikin, " he said. " They ' re not concerned about treating faculty members fairly. " From the university ' s point of view, Redford said, due process was indeed followed. " The process was explained to him, and he was advised of his right to appeal. " McDonald also pointed out that the procedure for grievance hearings for faculty members is clearly explained in the Faculty Handbook. " The option of requesting such a hearing is the responsibility of the faculty member, " McDonald said, " not the university. It ' s listed under section 2.9.2.1 " " But what good could it possibly do? " Yoder ashed, regarding the appeal process. " They ' re not going to give me my job back. " Yoder also indicated that he could not expect any support from other faculty because they would be afraid of possible recrimination from the administration " Justice White ' s opinion indicated explicitly that the court ' s decision did not necessarily impact on higher education journalism. But there is a clear danger that a future court decision could have such an impact. " More is at stake than First Amendment rights, according to McDonald. " Beyond the First Amendment issue, however, the decision will more than likely hinder debate about issues central to teenagers ' lives, " McDonald said. " Responsible debate about such issues — in the Hazelwood case, the issues were divorce and teenage pregnancy — would seem to be key areas in any educational mission. " Dr. Robert E. Shimp of Owens- boro, KY., has been named provost j vice president [or academic af- fairs al Millikin University, according to announcement by Millikin President Dr. J. Roger Miller. Dr. Shimp, who has been academic dean at Kentucky Wesleyan College since 1984, also will have faculty rank of professor of history. His appointment is effective July I. An historian with an emphasis in English history. Dr. Shimp earned his bachelor ' s degree at Thiel (Pa. I college and his M.A. and Ph. D. degrees from the Ohio State University where he was a graduate assistant in the history department. He complet- ed the Institute for Educational Management at Harvard University in 19185. Prior to joining the Kentucky Wesleyan staff Dr. Shimp spent much of his academic career on the history faculty at Ohio Wesleyan University, including more than four years as chairman of the department. He joined the Ohio Wesleyan faculty in 1%8 and had a variety of responsibilities there during a 16-year span that included brief leaves to serve as a visiting associate professor of history at Ohio State and as a visiting professor of history at the College of the Virgin Islands. Dr. Shimp served Ohio Wesleyan as a faculty consultant, director of the Newberry Library Program in the Humanities, director of Off- Campus Programs, a member of the University Planning Commission and chairman of the University Governing Committee. He was winner of a Newberry Library Fellowship and Ohio Wesleyan i Sherwood Dodge Shankland Teaching Award. He received a Faculty Research Fellowship from Ohio Wesleyan and from Ohio Stale where he also was awarded a Dissertation Fellowship. He has been active in numerous professional organizations, including the Ohio Academy of History and the Midwest Conference on British Studies. Dr. Shimp was contributing author to " Biographical Dictionary of British Radicals in the 17th Century " and has presented papers at many professional conferences. He participated in Leadership Owensboro, sponsored by the Owensboro Chamber of Commerce, worked with United Way in Ohio and Kentucky, was chair of the Small Business Committee of the Owensboro Daviess County Chamber of Commerce, and was a consultant to Liberty Community Center in Ohio. sit} ' eng i«e furog ' trig. ring 1 : b ct ice- b 0J S Tbe St ' " c I u s " line tttte s tef s cbo° l Steve " I arc „d " b 3 " in« ers Reg ' " Sbe li ms pro] (SOT tbi »g« rt b dty lllll- VP ' help " Ot tut ' eer ' ng ' rcnce ber »»« „ 7 w, . 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Scott Ahaut, a senior, was musical coordinator of the concert He said the event turned out " just incredible, " and that he had received a lot of positive feedback from those who attended Ahaus also said the turn-out was a little less than expected. He said holding the concert the first day after spring break may have been " gad timing, " and that more people should know about next year ' s concert because of the amount of positive response this year ' s program received Kristin Hale, a junior, performed in Epiphany She said the turn out was good for a small school. Over 100 people attended the show, which was held in Albert Taylor Hall Senior Keith Michaels said he was glad to see an event like the Epiphany concert come together as well as it did He said the concert was a great success, especially considering this was the first one ever put together. Michaels, along with sophomore Christopher Rojek and junior Grant Schmidt, are members of the Religious Life Committee, which helped organize Epiphany and the other activities which took place during Religious Emphasis Week. Rojek explained that the Religious Life committee is made up of members from fine campus organizations: Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Inter -Varsity, Newman Club, Theo-Socraltc Society and the Presbyterian Student Eeltowship. The nine -member committee also organized a student- faculty panel discussion entitled " Telling it As It Is: Religious and Moral beliefs at Mtllikin " on Wednesday the 6th. The committee hosted a guest speaker, David 0. Moberg, professor of sociology at Marquette University, who spoke twice on the 7th on the topic of " Hypocrisy: Making Wrong Seem Right " Dr Edward Yonan, University chaplain and associate projessor of religion, said, " The reason the Religious Life Committee thought it would he important to lake up the issue of hypocrisy is because it has become a serious problem in our lime. No one escapes It in act " Yonan said Moberg mentioned the recent scandals involving Jim and Tammy Bakker, Jimmy Swaggart, and the Wall Street investment crises as examples of hypocrisy in our society. Hale, who attended both Moberg lectures, thought he was a very good speaker. She said Moberg was an extremely knowledgeable, a very entertaining and brilliant man. The panel discussion, the third event of Religious Emphasis Week which took place on the day before Moberg spoke, was moderated by Schmidt Panel members included Rojek, Yonan, Michael P Potts. Joseph Houston, vice- president for student development, and Virginia McQuislion, reference librarian Schmidt said some of the goals of the discussion, along with the week ' j other events, were to show that people can be open about their religion, and that no one should be scared to voice their opinion about religious and moral issues. The authors, by page, top to bottom were: p. 24 6 25: First National — University Relations; Greek Rush — David debacle Editorial — Nathan Denton; Dorm Life — Carol Doniek; Enrollment — Chuck Harris; Renovation Debut — Karla Camilla; Millikin Ranking — Meghan Stewart; Burglars — Nathan Denton p. 26 27: Collage — Meghan Stewart; Ferris — David Schade; Placement Rate — University Relations; Circle K — Andrea Taylor; Yoder — Nathan Denton; Student Struck - Michelle Hopper; Dr. Shimp — University Relations; Award Winners — University Re alioni. p. 28: Engineering Program — Jeff Benjamin; Promotions — University Relations; Construc- tion - University Relations; Epiphany — Dan Schum; and Dr. Mclntire — University Relations. " era, ' ■Allot L " " 0„ ajJ ' J a. " " Tutor,, ' Pnfij ir- a V n ■Ur ' " " g- ■ " 111, " HO cD L to l) r " " aid, I « cl, Mild, ' " X wiSi e student residence halls proximately 0m Baum and Sons In . » g ftm of Bradley Ukw, „ y e open r =?iSL - — - - - Mh u " ' Both three- story butldtngs of J , F! rst floor rooms will be £ » J , nsld nt m the heels of record Millikin President Dr. J. R M for ddl tton. a md an increased demand for JZ. ' Z • TTZZZZ, in horary garters at for m re than 5 0 students began t m J said. " As a result, •■Based on our enrollment this year, , stude „, housing, Ur. Construction of one unit can beg ' ib SS — l Hall late this spring fMomH J Dr. Robert C. Mclniire, profeaor of political science at Millikit University, will deliver the Distinguished Faculty Lecture at the University ' s annual Honors Convocation at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, in Ktrkland Fine Arts Center on campus. " Futuring: Social Scientists and the Twenty- first Century " is the title of his address. More than 1(H) student recipients of University awards will he announced following the lecture, and members of Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta and Omicron Delta Kappa national collegiate honoraries and students named to " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges " will be recognized. A faculty member wilt be named the recipient of the " Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership award, " a $1,000 stipend made possible by a grant from the Sears - Roebuck Foundation. The event is open to the public without charge. A reception will be held on the Kirkland patio following the program. Selection of the Distinquished Faculty Lecturer is made annually by the Council on Faculty from nominations by faculty, staff and students. The lecturer is expected to deliver what cou ld be a " last lecture, " a summation of perspectives based on accumulated experience and knowledge. Dr, Mclntire joined the Millikin faculty in 1%8 and is chair of the political science department. He has served as a diplomat- scholar with the U.S. State Department, is secretary- treasurer of the Illinois Political Science Association and a Fellow of the Inter -University Seminar on the Armed Forces, an advisory organization on national defense and security. He was named a Fulbright Scholar in 1987 for a study grant in Brazil. He has made four trips to Central America, including one in 1986 under the auspices of the Synod of Lincoln Trials of The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). A frequent lecturer an international politics and terrorism, Dr. Mclntire is the author of numerous articles and has presented papers at professional meetings. He earned bachelor and master of arts degrees from the University of Kansas and a Ph.D, degree from Syracuse University. Ahlvers, Tahnee Allen, Valerie Allison, Pamela Sue Altig, Diane Anderson, Ellyn Arms, Anna Baker, Scott Bullion, Jill Beals, Kimberly Bedrosian, Carrie Benjamin, Jeffery Benshish, Kenny Bing, Keri Bizer, Cami Blair, Shannon Bland, Connie Bland, Craig Bostic, Michelle Bottorff, Jeff Brandenburg, Shelley Brennecke, David Brickner, Bette M. Brown, Beth Bryson, Stephen JUNIORS 30 Caldwell, Sean Cannell, Karen Carley, Bobette Carrasco, Laura Cates, Keli Chambless, Mart -Lee Clancy, Craig Clark, Rick Clymer, Beth Collins, Janet Cool, Amy Cravatta, Guy Cutright, Sherry Daily, Stephanie Daniels, Kevin Darrah, Tracy Davis, Jeffrey DeAngelis, Christopher Dixon, Stephen Doak, Margaret Dunleavy, Dennis Dwyer, John Edmison, Cathi Edwards, Jameen Edwards, Shad L. Eschman, Judith Evert, Daniel Fairchild, Amy Justison, Lisa Kaczmer, Diane Kaczmer, Kellie Keifer, Carrie Keleher, Amy Keller, Mi key Kinas, Dana Kinder, Shelli Klawitter, John Klendworth, Wendy Koehler, Wendy Koenig, Elizabeth Kohler, Jenifer Koleson, Janet Lynne Kraus, Lesa Krebs, George Kurza Jr., Ronald Lambdin, Melissa Lashmett, Gordon Lawson, Gregory Scott Lawson, Shawna Leinberger, Lesa Lowery, Tracy Luttrell, Colleen Mahon, Keli Major, Jennifer M alone, Eric Manhese, Karoline A. Feeney, James Feinsot, Philip Fentress, Kim Flowers, Dana Fombelle, Julie Foote, Leslie Freeman, Terri Frost, Gail Funk, Lloyd D. Gaither, Kim Gillespie, Darrell Givers, Conrad Goode, Gena Gorski, Robert Grabowski, Sandy Gretebeck, Ranel Gruhn, John Gulick, Martha Hensley, Lisa Hope, Paul Hopp, Debbie Hopper, Michelle Hoult, Stacy Hughes, Matin C. lanni, Michele Johnson, Cathy Jones, Karen Jordan, Kimberly A. 33 Martin, Dorlisa Marusarz, Lisa Mauck, Natalie McCalla, Shannon McCarthy, Andrea L. McKellar, Margaret McKenzie, Steve McLaughlin, Kimberly McReynolds, Rex W. II Meyer, Karen Milhauser, Ruth Mitchell, Jodi Monken, Jeffrey Murray, John Nelson, Laura Neibrugge, Ellen Nieders, Linda Nord, Meredith Ongjoco, Mary Perry, Joseph D. Plunkett, Michael Podowicz, Andrea Prell, Wendi Prochaska, Karen Proud, Jennifer Rawdon, Cheryl Reed, Curtis Reid, Patty Reinemann, Kimberly Riggs, Donna L. Riner, Thomas Rose, Dennis Ross, Karen Rovelle, Christopher Ruzicka, John Sabbert, Kimberly Samples, Kim Sbragia, Paul Schaefer, Robert Scheer, Chad Schwab, Karyn M. Scott, Matthew Seifert, Stephen Sexton, Kathleen Shoemaker, Jennifer Shofner, Deborah Shriver, Brenda Siwek, Jacquelyn Skorburg, Jared Slack, LeAnne Smith, Kendra Smith, Laura Smith, Stacey Steen, Susan Stout, Timothy Stricklin, John Stroud, Jill Sullivan, Deborah Swanson, Kirnberly Tunis, Ellen Tipsword, Missy Tolone, William Tucker, Victoria Arlene Turner, Kevin Varvel, Garnet Voss, John Walejko, Cheryl Walls, Kelly Walters, Andrew Washington, Glen Wegrzyn, Kevin Welton, Sarah Whalen, William Whitacre, John Whitley, Erin Wiedenhoft, Kick Wieland, Ernestine Wilkinson, Jeannine Williams, Cheryl Williams, Denise Wiseman, Alisa Wisdom, Denise Wojcik, Lisa Wolgast, jean Yergler, Beth Yockey, Jerry Zerrenner, Kevin 37 He ' s definitely not a 398 (Karyn Schwab) Always remember to take something to read when you . . . (Roger Seyer) Mother warned me that there would be times like this! ( Atari- Lee Chamhhw ) At left, Brute strength from muscle man Sean Caldwell. SopRowioJie, ,: OFHOMOR Armstrong, Tim Arrol, Robert Baker, Lynette Ball, Robin Ballance, Janie Ballance, Karen Barnes, Ken A. Bartolini, Jennifer Beamer, Julie Beaty, Ronda K. Beguelin, Eric Bergland, Robert Berger, Michael Berkeley, Gritell Blair, Stacey Blasucci, Victoria Blickensderfer, Jennifer Bodine, Kevin L. Boren, Dean Craig Bottorff Valerie Bowens, Tanya Boykin, French Bracken, Sherri Brake, Kobra 40 Bridgewater, Kathi Brown, Jennifer L. Brooke, LeRoy V. Brown, Lisa Ann Brown, Peggy Brown, Robert J. Bryant, Ronda Bullock, Christopher S. Cairns, Lisa Carlson, Gregory Carton, Anthony Caughlin, Jeanine Cleinmark, Beth Cleland, Bartlett Collins, Carrie Conlin, Andrea Coonrad, David Cox, Mark Coye, Christy Cralley, Jeff Croc ill a, Michele Davelis, Diane Davis, Amy Dawrant, Andrew Day, Kenton Del Re, Jill DeWerff Michele Doniek, Carol Donnelly, Julie Durbin, Mary Durst, Laura Edwards, Cynthia Elbert, Troy D. Elliott, Jay Ely, Janet Essig, Lynn Fletcher, Kathleen A. Fletcher, Tammy Floyd, Rick Foraw, Margaret Frick, Todd Funk, David Gal at, Craig Garrett, Patrick Geegan, Renee German, Patrick Gordon, Glenna Griffis, Jonna Hackbarth, Brian Hails, Dana Hake, Jennifer Halm, Kathleen Hansen, Laura Harris, Charles Harris, Robin Harrison, Amy Haynes, Samantha Hembrough, Shalyn Hennessy, Brian Henry, Angela Hickman, Fredrick Holeton, Kevin Hollister, Anna Hood, Kristen T. Hooper, Rich Hooper, Tawny a Hopkins, Melissa Hunter, Renee Inghram, Jennifer J. Jackson, Darlene Jensen, Kirsten A. Johnson, Celestine Jones, Pamela Kaeding, Amy E. Kanallakan, Brian Kaulfuss, Lisa Keaton, Sunserrae Kenn, Lisa Kennedy, Ellis Kent, Carolyn Kiermas, Jeff King, Krista Klawitter, Christopher M. Klinkey, Rob 43 Knoche, Carol Kottke, Jeanne Kramer, George Kruse, Ron C. Kriewaldt, Joy Kriz, Gary Kubala, Susan Beth LaBlance, Sandra LaFeber, Stacey Langdon, Michael Lasswell, Barry Leinsigner, Kimberly Ann Lemke, James E. Lupher, Kerry Mason, Jad Matuszewski, Lynnette Marietta, Carla Marino, Jenee Marino, Thomas Marquis, Wendy Martin, Kelli Martin, Ron McBride, Michael C. McCaffrey, Heather McCracken, John Mellmer, Darcy Messenger, Cynthia M. Mikyska, Brenda 44 Monaco, Jill Mong, Megan Morse, Kelly Munson, Deanna Naughton, Brad Nelson, Jeffrey Neubauer, John Nicholson, Sheila Niles, Lynelle I. Palmer, Jeff Parkinson, Kristin Pellant, Beth A. Peterson, Lance Peterson, Troy E. Price, Stephanie Prochaska Jr., Roy Proud, Eric Prusz, Michele Ramer, Lisa Redondo, Peter P. Rheeling, Jennifer Richardson, Jr., David E. Riggs, Karmen Robinson, Reginald 1 ' % ' Rolseth, Michelle Rovel, Vicki Rujawitz, Richard Russell, Jessica 45 Russell, Shane Salyers, Kamela Sangalang, Elizabeth Savaiano, Tammy Schaub, Jeffrey Schening, Timothy Schmidt, Jennifer Schnarr, Kathy Schrock, Joe Schwartz, Kai D. Shaner, James Shea, Benjamin Smith, Kristine Snyder, Katie Sperekas, George J. Sperry, Phyllis Stepansky, Allen L. Stoops, Connie Street, Gary Swan, Stacey Swick, Kelley Tarn, Karen Thompson, Tatia Thornton, Kim Trill, Teresa Vincent, Lisa A. Vodacek, Troy Voertman, Jennifer L. Walsh, Chris Warren, Brad Wells, Cyndi White, Linda White, Tina Wilcox, Tracy Wilson, Angela Winkler, Darren Wodarczyk, Mark Wright, Jennifer Wynn, John Zamboni, Ann Ziauddin, Tasneem Zinkl, Gregory Zuber, Steve 47 Four women who know how to have a good time! ( Suzi, Darlene, Shellie, and Tracey ) The happiness of summer — schools out and loading the car to go home! (Kammie Salyers) Here ' s to you! (Robin Ball) iilili Abraham, Pamela Ackermann, Meg Allen, Kay Allison, Julia Amisial, Dorianne Anderson, Lisa Andersen, Rachel Appel, Abbe Ashinhurst, Dorinda Atkins, Michelle Augustyn, Deborah Auten, Holly Baker, Sheri Ballard, Janet Barham, Rob Barnhart, Angie Bartley, Alexandra Beabout, Jeri-Sue Becherer, Melissa Beeson, Michelle Belt, Joy Bernahl, Julie Bernhardt, Lisa Bertalan, Cheree FRESHMEN 30 Bertrand, Miriam Best, Brian Beyers, Ellen Bick, Dave Bigger, Jr., Jeffrey Blue, Keith D. Bolen, Caroline L. Borah, Larissa Bork, Gayle Bottom, Lisa Bowen, John Bradbury, Keena Branch, Jayma Brandt, John Brennan, Peggy Brink, Carla Broaders, Ron Brown, Jennifer Brown, Phil Brzonkala, Eric Burch, Julia Burns, Kellie Byrd, Dina Cable, Sean Camden, Jennifer Camden, Sarah Carlson, Julie Cary, Melanie 51 Casey, Donna Chamberlain, Rachel Char tier, Michelle Cheek, Lori Christ, Lori Cimarrusti, James Coffman, Scott Cohen, Walter Collins, Stacey Conder, Kim Cox, Tricia Crowley, Drew Cubbage, Kent Cullen, Mary Ann Cullen, Stacey Cyrulik, Tanya Dahl, Faith Dambold, Tanya Dammann, Shelley Daniels, Scott Davis, Gary W. Dearinger, Don Dees, Jon DeWerff, Monica Dinehart, Jennifer Dockins, Kristina Doherty, Eric Donato, Lisa 52 Doolittle, Heather Dorn, DeeDee Doty, Kimberly Dudley, Melinda Duggan, Jenna Durham, Mary Eisele, Tamara Ennis, Robyn Epps, Rhonda Felton, Karen Feeney, Michael Fink, Penny Fisher, Pauli J. Fisher, Shauna Forsyth, Felecia- Michelle Frame, Barb Frazee, Laura Frither, Danielle Frost, Jerry Full, Stephen Gant, Erica Ganyo, Scott Garbelmann, Nicole Gaskill, Amy Gaskill, Tamara Geary, Jeffrey Gill, Suzanne Gledhill, Robyn 53 Glick, Jason Gorence, Cheryl A. Gotoh, Naomi Gottermeyer, Jeanne Grams, Lisa Grier, Heather Griffiths, Gina Grobengieser, Andy Grossen, Joseph Grothoff Greg E. Halemeyer, Sarah Hank, Stacey Haptas, Stanley Hardy, David Harper, Jeannine Harvey, Teresa Heal, James Heinie, Janet Hengst, Julie Hentrich, Dave Henzler, Kimberly Hilton, Leigh Hague, Ben Howard, Lisa Howells, Rebecca Hughes, Jeff Inman, Scott F. Isbell, Jenny 54 Jackson, Carol Jackson, Dawn M. Jauch, Lisa Jendrzejak, Tract Johnson, Melissa Johnston, Chad Johnston, Kathey Jones, Bill Jones, Katherine Joos, Julie Jordan, Julie Kapp, Lynnae Kelly, Debbie Kenney, Karla Kessler, Terri King, Carolyn Kistinger, Kelly Klauser, Michael C. Knepler, Julia Knox, Beverly Koyak, Peter Krepps, Joetta Krieg, Brigitte Krupa, Kelly A. Kufa, Michele Kuhlman, Jeffrey Kuhr, Kimberly Kutsunis, Katherine 55 Lagerhausen, Larry Lamhorn, Kirsten Larson, Andrew Lasco, Kira Layman, Paige Lebeck, Brian Leonard, Mary Leszczewicz, Arlene Long, Joan Lowe, Jacqueline Lund, Brian Labuda, Thomas Lalla, Kathryn Larkin, John Larkin, Staci Leach, Deann Liehr, Nathan Lisk, Heather Lowe, Karen Lyons, Shani Manuel, Carrie Ann Marques, Melinda Marsh, Michael J. Marsh, Susan Martin, Danney Mason, Carolyn Maynard, Jaclyn McClure, William Misa, Adrienne Mitchell, LeaAnn Monet, Brian Montague, Jennifer M. Morgan, Russell Moritz, Melissa Morris, Kim Morrison, Molly Moss, Rick Morthland, Laurie Movitz, Amy Mrozinski, Jackie Mullink, Gina Murnane, Kathleen Nelsen, Gary Nordmeyer, Gretchen Nowak, Laura Olszewski, Wendy OMalley, Margie Palmer, Douglas Parrish, Douglas Passanante, Joseph Patterson, Tama Perdue, Timothy 51 Peterson, Heidi Petty, John Plasschaert, Angela Polster, Stephanie Porter, Kristina Posegate, William Price, Susan Prior, Kristin Read, Jeff Reichmann, Kristin M. Reiman, Melissa J. Rhea, Debra Richardson, Alisa Richardson, Mania Reidmuller, John Robinson, Eric Robinson, Shay Rogers, Jennifer Rorison, Colleen Rosemann, Edward Roth, John Ryan, Susan Sanner, Karla Schafer, Lara Schilling, Jodi Schmehling, Beth Schwab, Kathleen Schweighart, Katy 58 5coW, Jennifer Scott, Kristi Sevier, Donny Sherwood, Christine Siebert, Anne Siebert, Cindy Simpsen, Tanya Sistos, Lisa Smith, Jennifer Smith, Michael L. Smith, Sareena Smith, Scott Smith, Tami Sola, Tiffany Soltermann, Jeffrey Spawr, Brad Spencer, James L. Stemmler, Julie S. Sterling, Timothy D. Stevens, Sandy Stewart, Meghan Stock, Janine Sullivan, Laura Swalve, Joelle Swayne, Sara Tegtmeyer, Cindy Thomas, Melissa Thompson. Teresa Timm, Karrie Toby, David Todt, Heidi Tolan, Joseph M. Tomlin, Cynthia Torgerson, Cathryn Trice, Jennifer Trusty, Heather Tsakonas, Katherine Tupper, Gary Verrill, Peggy Wallace, Tamela Wallin, Liz Walsh, Tim Wango, Deanna Watson, Erik Webster II, Ronald W. Weckerly, Erik Weil, David Weller, Renee Wenzel, Scott Wille, Cheryl Williams, Craig Winkleblack, Jill Wonczecki, Carrie Wiser, Tammy Wood, Julie Woolen, Melissa H. 60 Worthington, Kelly Zeck, Lorie Zurlinden, Anna- Marie Doug Parrish moves his belongings into his new found home! Two freshmen go crazy after realizing that mom is no longer around to do their laundry. u T U Q £ L £ A V £ s Here ' s that ever so cheerful Dina Bird! Do you ever feel yourself having one of those days. (Jeanette Mills ) haws cau ht the e y (S °f Mar y Ann CMen and M° nka DeWerffat a basketball game. The wall ...the wall, Brigette! Paint the wall, not your nose! (Brigitte Krieg) Gee Ladies, you age wonderfully! (Dee Wargo and Kathy Torgeson) So Torrey, how does it feel to be scalped by Dean Houston} (Torrey Thomas) Rachel Andersen ( with Walt Wessel, Registrar) at Spring Registration, the ever dreadful moment when yon hope all of your classes came through and you truly did make it to second fwr icr: The Art oj putting tmdlmmi m .1 Imt Jog (Richard Rhetor) 4dUilAiStHQtion and acufoy A Afofe Ttowi lh P ieSicbrt Djl J. Qoqex JVfe Dear Students, This has been a memorable year at Millikin University, and this edition offhe illidek provides a permanent record of the highlights. Many memories will remain with you for years; others will fade away to be renewed only as you return to the bares of this book. 1 s You can take pride in having been part of a record-setting year when enrollments reached an all-time high and we found it necessary to open auxiliary housing units and rent additional space at the Ambassador Hotel . Anticipating similar needs for the future, we began construction on two new student residence halls. , MHHH|HB You also may remember the excitement of being the first students to attend classes in the newly -renovated liberal arts hall and the commencement weekend ceremonies when the building was rededicated and renamed Shilling Hall. You probably were on hand at Homecoming for the dedication of the Frank M. Lindsay Athletic Field, and I ' m sure you took pride in the announcement that U.S. News World Report magazine again ranked us among the nation ' s finest smaller comprehensive colleges and universities. I know you enjoyed the exciting and entertaining performances by your classmates participating in music, theatre, athletics, and other activities. Many of these events relate to the physical characteristics of Millikin. Even more important to our growing national recognition are the quality of our students body and the success of our graduates. You ' ve all added A Touch of Class to the former, and I ' m confident your future accomplishments will strength the latter. Thank you for helping stretch Millikin to new heights. Special congratulations are due the seniors. Many of you were at Freshman Camp in 1984 when I challenged a talented and nervous group of recent high school graduates to make a positive impact on Millikin. You responded in grand fashion! The Touch of your Class has left a mark of excellence. Best wishes for continued success. Sincerely, J. Roger Miller President 64 In j Amo ' S y gdnization there are a few individuals who stand out and become indelible in one ' s memory — Bill Eddy was such a person. His size alone, which matched that of a defensive tackle, was impressive and his personality was equally robust and forth right. Bill sot things done at Mill i kin and in every other managerial and executive position which h Iff held. The other side of Bill Eddy was less noted by the world; this was a man who had worked on the Manhattan Project and never talked about it. He had a deep religious faith which was largely private and a long record of philanthropic activities which he kept J pbl)cizec Men like this are not replaced. Bill Lewis Dr. Edward Ache ion Assistant Professor of Chemistry Mr. William Anderson Associate Professor of Biology Dr. Mildred Boat Assol . Prof, of English Dr. Arvid Adell Chairman of Philosophy Department Dr. John Askill Chairman of Physics Department Mr. Wat ace Burnet! Admissions Counselor Miss Susan Bobek Assoc. Prof, of Nursing Miss Sally Ablstedt Kirhland Managing Director Dr. Neil Band Associate Professor of Biology Dr. Randal Beck Assoc. Prof, of Math and Comp. Sci. Dr. Willititn Bodanur Chairman of Religion Department Dr. Karen Hunter Anderson Assistant Professor of English Mr. David Baltbrop Assistant Professor of Theatre ) Mr. Denny Benner Assoc. Prof, of Industrial Engineering Ms, DchoYtih Bo !c itntrutior of linglish 66 Mr. Bryce Boston Mr. James R. Bowers. Jr. Assoc. Dir. of At missions Coordinator oj Sports Information Mr. Michael L. Braughton Dr. Douglas Brenner Controller Assist. Prof, of Communications Miss Susan Cobb Dr. Cheryl Cohn Adjunct Assist. Prof, of Music Assist. Prof, of Economics Mr. Barry Coleman Residence Hall Director Mrs. Laura Cornille - Cannady Assistant Dean of Students Miss Harriett Crannell Assoc. Prof, of Physical Education Dr. Larry Crisler Assoc. Prof, of Sociology 67 Dr. Ralph Czerwinski Chair of Math and Computer Science Mrs. Barbara Dalheim Adj. Assist. Prof: of Music Ms. Eunice Dansby Adf. Prof, of Music Mr. Ronald Dean Assist. Prof, of Commercial Music Miss Sandra Deaton Assist. Prof of Music Dr. Paul Dnrsey Assist. Prof, of M.I s. Dr. C. Richard Decker Prof, of Business Administration Miss Jodi Ernest Residence Hall Director Dr. Janice Devore Assoc. Dean of Students Dr. William Ferris Professor Of French Dr. Stephen Dodge Chair of History Department Dr. Richard Ferry Professor of Education Mr. Stephen Viol Amc, Prof of Music Dr. Cordon Forbes Prof, of Psychology Mr. Jack Gaston t hair of Department of Marketing Dr. Brine Gibbons Adj. Assist. Prof, of Mm 68 Dr. Helen Gibbons Assist. Pro , of Music Dr. David Golden Chair. Department of Theatre and Dance Mr. Steven Green Visiting Inst, of Philosophy Dr. Henry Gromoll Chair. Depart, of Behavioral Sciences Dr. Daniel Guillory Professor of English Mrs. Kathyrne Ho flan d Adj. Assist. Prof, of Music Dr. Charles Hale Librarian Mr. Richard Hoffland Prof, of Music, Director of Choral Act. Mr. Guy E. Haskins Director of University Dining Serv Dr. Darlene Hoffman Assoc. Prof, of Education Mrs. Elizabeth Hill Director. Student Act. and R.T.V.C. Mrs. Georgia Hornbacker Assist. Prof, of Music Mr. Joseph Houston Vice-President, Student Development Mr. Robert Hower Assoc. Prof, of Art Dr.Jerald Hunt Chair of Education Department Dr. Jo Ellen Jacobs Assoc. Prof, of Philosophy Mrs. Phyllis M.Jacobs Assoc. Prof, of Nursing Mr. Dwight Jordan Adj. Instructor of Music M r. James Kelt elk amp Dean of Admissions Dr. Norman Jensen Chair of Biology Department Dr. Clarence Josef son Assoc. Prof, of Chemistry Mr. Marvin Klaven Chair of Art Department Mr. Thomas Jensen Admissions Counselor Dr. Jean Jost Assist. Professor of English Mr. David Klefiilsch Director, Career Development and Placement Mr. Robert Johnson Associate Prof, of Accounting Miss Lori Kerans Residence Hall Director Mrs. Deborrah Knerr Assoc. Dir., Alumni and Parent Rel. Dr. Randall Kok AskhI Profeuor of (herniary Mr. Stuart Koop Director, Mueller Computer ( enter Mr. Wayne KrOWl I ' ite-President, Adeamement Mrs. Sally l.autr Assist. Prof, of ( omnium, aliom 70 Dr. William Lewis Director. Grad. Studies Center Dr. Anthony Liberatore Associate Prof, oj Economics Mrs. Carolyn Likins Assist. Prof, oj Matbematic Mrs. Mary Jane Linton Assist. Proj. oj Nursing Mr. Timothy Littrell Assistant Football and Men ' s Basketball Coach Dr. Robert Mcltitire Chair oj Political Science Depart. Dr. Lawrence Lovell-Troy Assoc. Proj. oj Sociology Dr. Thomas McQuistion Assoc. Projessor oj Biology Mr. Donald Lay Assoc. Director, Student Act. and R.T.U.C. Mrs. Virginia Frank McQuistion Rejerence Librarian Mrs. Peg Smith Luy Director. Alumni and Parent Re at Dr. Frank Magiera Proj. oj Finance Mr. Manley Mallard Adj. Assist. Proj. oj Music Mr. Aldo Mancinelli Proj. oj Music Mrs. Judith Mancinelli Adj. Assist. Proj. oj Music Mr. Robert Mangialardi Adj. Instructor of Music Mr. Richard Mannweihr Dean, Tabor School of Bus. and Engineering Mrs. Sally Melnik Publications Coordinator Mr. James Moyer Instructor of Music Mr. Albert J. Marcella, Jr Assist. Prof, of Management Inform. Systems Dr. LaVern Meyer Assoc. Prof, of Math and Computer Science Mr. Douglas Neibttbr Cio f Coach. Assist, football Coach Mrs, Tina Nicholson Adj, Instructor of Mum Dr. Linda Niedringhaus Dean, School of Nursing Mr. David Marshall Chair, Departments of Accounting and M.I.S. Mrs. Gweti Neville Reference Librarian Mrs. Helen Melin Head of Technical Services Miss Barbara Morrison Assistant Prof, of Nursing Mr. Mark Neville Director, Advancement funds Miss Isabel Norton Assoc. I ' ro esior of Nursing Dr. lit, hard l a, ho ski Chair of linglish Department Mr. Lawrence Pauly Admissions Counselor Mr. Michael Pope Director. Financial Aid Mr. Joe Ramsey Assoc. Prof, of Physical Education Mr. C. Kent Richardson Director, University Services Mr. Douglas Phillips Chair Department of Music Theory Miss Kim Proffitt Residence Hall Director Airs. Barbara Redord Media Relations Coordinator Ms. Annette Russo Adj. Instructor of Art Mr. Carl Poelker Head Football Coach Dr. Graham Provan Professor of History Mr. Gerald Red ford Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Mr. James D. St. James Instructor of Psychology Miss Mary Ellen Poole Instructor of Music Mrs. Jeanne Puckett Assist. Director, Financial Aid Mr. Randall Reyman Assist. Prof, of Music Dr. Larry Schenbeck Adj. Assoc. Professor of Music 73 Mrs, Rosalyn Schenbeck Assist. Professor of Music Mr. Gary Shall Adj. Instructor of Dunce Mr. Gregg IT. Smith Instructor of Politicul Science Mr. Lirt Stoncr Direttor of AdtHllllOtH Dr. Gary Shaw Assist. Prof, of Music I Miss Linda Slagell Head Coach of Volleyball and Women ' s Track Dr. Homer Smith, Jr. Chair of Chemistry Mr. Reginald Synle Director, Vniversity Relations Dr. Ronald She ton Prof, of Math and Computer Sciences Mr. Danny Sloatman Adf Instructor of Music Mrs. Lynne Snyder Assistant Prof, of Dance Dr. Teresa Shepherd Assist. Prof, of English Mrs. Dorothy H. Smith Personnel Officer Mr. Larry Songer Systems Analyst Mr. Phillip Titttk I WiHg Ami ■ Prof, of Math 74 Dr. A. Wesley Tower Dean, College of Fine Arts Mrs. Mary Tupper Director, Prospect Research Dr. D. Rene Verry Assist. Prof, of Psychology Mr. Dante! Viele Assoc. Prof, of Accounting Mr. Knut Walter Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Harold Wilkinson Assist. Prof, of Biology Mr. James Watson Chair. Department of Economics and Finance Mrs. Harriet Williams Adj. Assist. Prof, of Music Mr. Walter Wessel Registrar Dr. William L. Williams Chair, Division of Engineering and Ind. Mang. Mr. Stephen Widenhofer Chair, Nontraditional Studies; Commercial Music Mrs. Lois YaDeau Adj. Assoc. Prof, of Music Dr. Edward Yon an Assoc. Prof, of Religion Mr. Anthony Young Head Swimming Coach and Men ' s Tennis Coach 75 Mrs. Anne Kelton Ad junct Instructor of Music Dr. James McDonald Professor of English Mr. Brad McKown Head of Security Mr. Brian Zoldessy Assistant Professor of Theatre Mr. Donald Benson, Supervisor for Special Maintenance Mr. Jon F. Bibb, Associate Professor of Marketing Mr. Kenneth Brown, Vice-President, Business Affairs Mrs. Jo Carter, Assistant Professor of Nursing Mr. James Collins, Adjunct Instructor of Music Assistant Instructor Mrs. Shelley Cordulack, Adjunct Assistant Instructor of Art Mrs. Trudi Cotner, Assistant Professor of Marketing Mr. Glen Dewey, Adjunct Instructor of Music M .r. Victor Duran, Instructor of Spanish Mr. David Pehr, Adjunct Instructor of Music Mr. Stanley Hall, Assistant Dir. of Physical Plant Mr. David Harwell, Technical Dir. of Theatre Miss L. Hertel, Admissions Counselor Mrs. Mary Hiligoss, Catering Supervisor Mr. Joseph Janicke, Instructor of Mathematics Mr. Christopher Kelton, Assistant Prof, of Music Mr. James C. Kiefer, Supervisor of Grounds Miss Maria Klott, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Mr. Paul MacPhail, Adjunct Instructor of Music Dr. James McDonald, Associate Professor of English Ms. Pauline Phillips, Supervisor of Housekeeping Mrs. Linda Ruffner-Russle, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art Mr. H. Gregory Saunders, Admissions Counselor Mr. Steve Schepper, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Mr. Thomas Schenck, Technical Dir, Kirkland Fine Arts Center Mr. James Schietinger, Associate Prof, of Art Mr. Christopher Simson, Assist. Dir. for Customer Service, Kirkland Dr. Joseph Solomon, Visiting Prof, of Chemistry Mrs. Linda Stevens, Assist. Prof, of Nursing Mr. David Via, Adjunct Instructor of Music Dr. Robert Vicars, Assoc. Prof, of French, Acting Chair, Foreign Lang. Dept. Mr. Andrew Vorder- Brugge, Adjunct Assistant Professor gf Communication and Theatre Mrs. Nancy Whitaker, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Mr. Mark Williams Adjunct Instructor of Music ' Miss Christine Williams, Admissions Counselor Mrs. Darlene Wittenauer, Adjunct Instructor of Dance Dr. W. Ronald YaDeau, Assoc. Prof, of Music 76 DR. THOMAS McQUISTION had a paper published in the May ' 87 issue of Avian Diseases, " Efficacy oflonoph orous Anticoccidial Drugs Against Coccidia in Farm -Reared Pheasants from Illinois. " CARL POELKER, elected president of College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin football coaches. DR. EDWARD A. YON AN had a paper published in the spring issue of Criterion, " In Search of Definitions: An Agenda for Religious Studies and the Liberal Arts. " DR. ARV1D W. ADELL had a paper published in the fall issue of Teaching Philosophy, " Teaching Philosophy: The Art of ' On the Other Hand, ' " DR. BRUCE GIBBONS received a doctor of musical arts degree August 6, 1987 from Louisiana State University. Title of his monograph is " The Role of the Piano in Samuel Barber ' s ' Despite and Still. ' " CHRISTOPHER KELTON and ANNE KELTON with SANDRA DEATON as their accompanist, were selected as performers for the Ninth World Saxophone Congress held August 1988 in Kawasaki, Japan. DEBORAH BOSLEY delivered a paper, " Collaborative Writing: A Theoretical and Practical Approach to Collaborative Writing in the Business Writing Class " at the Tenth Annual Conference of Technical and Business Writing held Oct. 16- 18 at Southern Illinois Uni- versity. DR. DAN GUILLORY wrote the cover story for the Sept. 23rd issue of Illinois Times. DR. RANDALL KOK had a paper accepted for publication in the Journal of the Origin of Life. The title of the publication is " A Sta- tistical Examination of Self-Ordering of Amino Acids in Proteins. " DR. JEAN JOST was elected to the executive board of the Southeastern Medieval Association and delivered a paper on " Teaching the Ar- thurian Tradition: An Interdisciplinary Approach. " DR. JERALD HUNT was chosen president-elect of the Illinois Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. DR. J AMES R. McDONALD had an article, " Politics Revisited: Metatextual Implications of Rock and Roll Criticism " accepted for publication in Youth and Society. DR. CHARLES E. HALE was elected vice president president elect of the Illinois Association of College Research Librarians. LAURA CORNILLE-CANNADY ' s program " Get High on Yourself was selected as one of 10 national best programs by the National Affiliation of College and University Residence Hall Associations. KEITH KELLEY had his PRACTICAL MAGIC selected to be included in Best Short Plays 1987. BARBARA LAU, instructor in the Writing Center, had an article, " How To Do Christmas Better: Get It All Done in One Week " in the November issue of Family Circle. DR. McINTIRE, DR. KNUT WALTER, and DR. STEPHEN DODGE presented papers at the Midwest Latin American Studies As- sociation meeting Nov. 6 in Chicago. Their respective topics were " Redemocratization and Brazilian Foreign Policy under President Sar- ney " , " Political Parties Under the Somaza Regime in Nicaragua 1933-1979 and The June 19, 1987 Bahamaian General Elections. " 77 Hose Ik Th Jlfews DR. STEPHEN DODGE published The Compleat Guide to Nassau, a 1 16 -page tourist guidebook to the capital city of the Bahamas. ELIZABETH HILL was named a professional mentor for the annual conference of the Association of College Unions-International in March in New Orleans. ALBERT MARCELLA JR. presented a paper, " Expert Systems and Artificial Intelligence: Impact of EDP Auditing " , Nov. 6 at the sec- ond annual European Conference on Computer Security, Audit and Control in Amsterdam, Netherlands. ) DR. RICHARD E. FERRY, had two poems. " C obalt Blue Road " and Funeral for Fields, " published in Matrix Twelve. DR. JAMES R. McDONALD had an article titled " Dylan ' s Back — Again " published in Popular Music and Society. DR. GARY SHAW was named Illinois State chair for the College Band Directors National Association. DR. GORDON FORBES, was certified a Diplomate and Fellow in Medical Psychotherapy by the American Board of Medical Psychotherapists. I DR. JEAN JOST had an article, " Thomas Malory and His Successors: Teaching for Arthurian Tradition, " accepted for publication in From Avalon to Camelot. ROBERT HOWER had one of his computer -generated photographs purchased by Marymount College of Kansas. DR. HOMER SMITH co-authored an article, " New Oxyfunctional Capabilities for W- Hydroxy ianses . . . " for the Journal of the American Chemical Society. DR. DAN GUILLORY had a book accepted for publication by Stormline Press. Living with Lincoln: Life and Art in the Heartland. DR. THOMAS E. McQUISTION discovered a new parasite in the American robin, named Isopora rohini. (This was a joint find with Blythe Holmes, a senior biology major) DR. JAMES R. McDONALD presented a paper on popular music and chaired a mass communication seminar at the 18th annual con- vention of the Popular Culture Association March 23-26 in New Orleans. j JAN DEVORE completed her Ph.D. in higher education at Southern Illinois University. VICTOR DURAND completed his Ph.D. in romance languages at the University of Missouri at Columbia. LYN SCHENBECK is director of students and director of faculty and student memberships on the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators ' Association board of directors. STEPHEN FIOL and DR. HELEN GIBBONS were elected president and vice president, respectively, of the Central Illinois Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. 78 J o Mes and Organizations 3Q£s u}JLAM Freshman Camp is a Millikin tradition that ' s fresh, alive and full of spirit. It ' s more than a weekend to tuck in your scrapbook of memories. It ' s a special orien - tation program available to all freshman and transfer students- a time to find out everything you ' ve wanted to know about life at Millikin. For those of you who went, you had the opportunity to meet your classmates, teachers and the University staff in a re- laxed, rustic atmosphere. Freshman Camp is held at the Illinois 4-H Memorial Camp in Allerton Park near Monticello, just a half hour from campus. The Future is definitely bright! Never a dull moment for all of those in attendance. Freshman Camp begins way before the date of arrival at camp. There is the decision of who will lead the fearless group of counselors and who will actually get to serve as a counselor for M.U. ' s Freshman Camp in which many people try for. This year the Co-Chairs were Matt McDonald and Anne- Marie Proske. They did an outstanding job. But their job would not have happened if it were not for the 59 counselors that were chosen after many hours of interviews. Well, now the would could begin for the festivities due to take place on Saturday August 22 and Sunday August 23. Many name tags and reservation slips later, everyone was set for the big weekend in the wilderness! Between icebreakers, discussions with faculty members, games, group competitions, evening entertainment and a dance there was plenty of activity for all to take part in! HO Some of the freshmen enjoy some rec time on the basketball court. Tile {jUfu ie, is buiqk . . . Below, members of the Orientation Commission: Karyn Schwab, Jim Frank, Jeanette Pope, and Matt McDonald. Dr. Devore, Anne- Marie Proske, and Michelle lanni Do You remember these people: SNUGS ■ Anna Arms LYNETTE ■ Lynette Baker DOUG ■ Doug Bales J -BOARD - Scatt Brinkmeier CRAZY LEGS - Steve Bryson KC - Karen Cannell WOMAN - Cathy Ciesielski 1 3 ■ Lewis Cline CUBBY - Beth Cubbison LISA - Lisa Dammerman L.T.D. ■ Tracy Darrah TWEETY - Pete Denby BONEHEAD - Troy Elbert JUDES - Judy Eschman FLETCH - Scott Fletcher SLUMLORD - Jim Frank FROSTY ■ Gatl Frost JUDE - Judy Hand MITCH ■ Michelle Hopper MI ■ Michele lanni DAR ■ Darlene Jackson SQUEAK - Cathy Johnson SKIP - Travis Johnson ill - John King JOE COOL - Lee Klose KNOCKHEAD - Carol Knoche FIC - Lesa Kraus FRANKSTER - Frank Krehs BOO- BOO - Ron Kurza TRIXIE - Krisline Lasco COL - Colleen Luttrell ANDREW ■ Andi McCarthy FATTER - Matt McDonnell JUNE - Kim McLaughlin P1NEC0NE - Jay Marshall MIC - Ruth Michalowski LA - Laura Nelson CHUCK ■ Carol Norm TINY - Joe Perry ANDI - Andrea Podowicz JAP - Jeanette Pope SKEE - Anne-Marie Proske BECKLES - Becky Revis KAZEE - Tom Rmer SK1PPEY - Chris Ritlenhouse SCHNARBLES - Kathy Schnarr KAR - Karyn Schwab KAT1ANN - Kathy Sexton HOSER - Mark Shaner SCOOTTER ■ Scott Sheehan J -BEAR ■ Jared Skorburg SLUSH - Sarah Snow BERLY • Kimberly Swanson SWI - Kathy Swihart BARNEY - Brian Telford WARD ■ William Tolone STIFF - Mike Voeller DEAD-EYE - Kelly Walls 2 3 ■ Harold White HICK - Calvin Wilson DUTCH - Lisa Wojcik 81 Let ' s ■Hwt a " PrOA TO " From September 23 through September 27, Fall Family Weekend ' 87 took place. This years theme was " Picnic " and many fam- ilies participated in the picnic, as well as the other events which were scheduled. There was square -dancing for the grand- parents and computer games for the broth- ers and sisters. Singing Blue, Vocal Jazz Ensemble and the jazz Band made their annual performances. M.U. Theatre also presented the play " Picnic " for the fam- ilies ' enjoyment. To end the weekend, Sun- day services were held at Westminster, as well as a Catholic mass in Kaeuper Hall. Senior Judy Hand did an outstanding job as this year ' s chair. Families enjoyed an old-fashioned picnic on the back lawn complete with all the traditional picnic food. Senior Judy Hand was this year ' s chair. Little brothers and sisters enjoyed the computer games as well as cartoons. H2 3 Qmk Sv deewd ' 87 enior Mike Benshish, commercial music major, showed families the studio located Parents and grandparents had an opportunity to square cross the street from Hessler dance following the picnic and performance of the jazz Band. The Jazz Band under the direction of Mr. Steve Widenhofer made their annual performance at the picnic. 83 cu SEX ' 87 This years ' R.H.A. Week took on a different look and was a great success! Under the general guidance of Brian Hennessy, a team of R.H.A. delegates brought together various Holidays of the year and put them all within a span of seven days for the enjoyment of everyone at Millikin. The week saw such events as the B.L.T. Dance with Sinergy Sound, a community clean ■ up project, balloon release, Trivial Pursuit contest, the Roommate Game, R.A. Appreciation day, a party at L.S.B. and Christmas Tree decorating party. " Happy Hallidays " was the general theme for the week and the festivities took place from Friday September 18 through Thursday September 24. HAPPY NEW YEAR! (Georgann Grab:ec and MeredtthNol) Residence Hall Association Week Events September 18 ■ Friday " Halloween " (Brian Cannon) Dance with Sinergy Sound 8:00 pm - Midnight Aston Formal Lounge Dress: B.L.T. = Bow tie, Lingerie, and Toga Fright Nite Movies 1 1:00 pm - ?? Aston Hall T.V. Lounge September 19 - Saturday " Labor Day " (Beth Barrett) Community clean up project Noon - ??? September 20 - Sunday " 4th of July " (Holly Sullivan) Games and Food Noon ■ 4:00 pm Balloon Release 2:30 pm Trivial Pursuit 7:00 pm ■ 9:00 pm September 21 ■ Monday " Presidents Day " (Barry Laswell) Presidents Luncheon 1 1:50 pm ■ 2:30 pm Roommate Game evenin g ■ B.W.A sponsored September 22 - Tuesday " Thanksgiving " (Anna Ho lister) Theme Dinner R.A. Appreciation Day September 2.1 ■ Wednesday " New Years Eve " (Mart -Lee Chamhl tss) New Years Eve Party at L.S.B. 9:00 pm ■ 11:00 pm September 24 - Thursday " Christmas " ( Brian Hennessy) A. P.O. Cookie Mail- A-Grams Tree Decorating Party 8:00 pm ■ 10:00 pm Ornament Contest 9:00 pm 84 O.K. A fie, get ready to toot your horn! (Scott Alfeo) uttirf on A HOMECOMING We definitely know how to Put on the Ritz! Homecoming 1987 was a jam packed week of events that everyone got involved in. The planning of these events took 9 months of hard work and the end product provided to be the biggest homecoming to hit this campus in a long time and possibly ever! The committee, under the direction of General Co- Chairmen Eric A. Thomas and Doug Bales, was made up of campus leaders representing both indepen- dent and greek life at Millikin. The committee worked long hours on this classy affair. The committee also included a few faculty members and fantastic guidance from Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, Di- rector of Richards Treat University Center, Kay Powell, Director of Greek Affairs and Mrs. Debbie Miller Knerr of Alumni and Parent Relations. Once the theme was set the committee worked on logo designs, poster designs, T- shirts and of course the schedule of events for the big week in October — only 9 months away! With the help of senior Anita Glover, we had our first logo designed. We decided that this logo would appear on the T-shirts and rule books for the Homecoming. Our next step was to secure all needed equipment, buildings, and write the rules to name a few things. By May 1st we were 93 % ready for our October date but throughout the summer and in the fall the committee would finalize and finish up. October rolled around and the committee members pulled out all the stops to make sure everything would be polished and ready for their debut! The festivities for the week began on Sunday October 1 1 with a triathlon competition at 1 1.00 a.m. at Griswold Center followed by the Homecoming Games at 1:00 p.m. on the front lawn of Liberal Arts Hall. Bob Beckwith and P atty Reid did a fantastic job keeping everything organized and running smoothly as the Games Co-Chairs. On Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. Lock Stock Barrel became the host, once again, for the annual Faculty Dinner for the Faculty, Administration, and all Homecoming Com- mittee members. All that attended enjoyed the pasta bar and each others company for the night. Karen Cannell and John Marshall served as the Faculty Co-Chairs for Homecoming ' 87. Monday, October 12, marked the return of the Homecoming Pep Rally. The Pep Rally had been absent from the line-up of events since 1984 and the 1987 Homecoming Spirit Co- Chairs Beth Brown and Tim Dawson really brought it back with a bang! The night saw spirit banners entered by various living units, a tribute to the 1987 Big Blue Football team and Coaches, performance by the Baby Blues Pom - Pons, and the Big Blue Cheerleaders leading the enthusiastic crowd in cheers. The Marching Big Blue also sent representatives for a pep band that was absolutely fantastic! The Big Blue Cheerleaders and their advisor Jeannie Puckett presented the Fighting Big Blue with an award and the Captains of the Football team said a few encouraging words to their fans. Monday night was definitely high spirited night! On Tuesday night all of the stars on our campus came onto Kirklands stage for screening of the Home- coming skits to be performed on Wednesday night in front of a very large audience of participants and viewers. The people behind the scenes, the 1987 Homecoming Committee, from left to right. Front Row: Kelly Cleveland, Jeanette Pope, Lori Finney, Carole Pavlos, Connie Bland, and Kristine Lasco. Second Row: Patty Reid, Martha Gulick, Karyn Schwab, Karen Cannell, Beth Brown, Mrs. Debbie Miller Knerr — advisor, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hill — advisor. Third Row: John Voss, John Marshall, Eric A. Thomas, Doug Bales, Ron Kurza, and Kay Powell — advisor. Fourth Row: Bob Case, Rodney Miller, Tim Dawson, Brad Weishaar, and Bob Beckwith. The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon practice skin the snake for games competition At right: Some of the faculty and administrators enjoying the meal at Lock Si oik Barrel. Ron Kurza and Brad Weishaar hang the spirit banners for viewing and judging at the Pep Rally. Wednesday, October 14, was a real busy day for everyone. At 10:00 a.m. the Puttin ' on the Ritz tea for secretaries and housekeeping personnel was held in the RTUC Multipurpose rooms with Faculty Co- Chairs and the General Co -Chairs serving as the hosts. The Big Blue cheerleaders leads the crowd at the Pep Rally. What spirit builders!!! At the tea, the guests helped themselves to punch, coffee, and cookies, while Karen Cannell passed among them having them draw for high card winner of a top hat full of beautiful flowers. Free tickets were also given away as prizes to the best costume (s) and the only two that showed in costume, boy were they a stunning couple, were Rae Ellen Mechling and Pat Shade, (for a peak at this fantastic couple turn the page!) 87 Tau Kappa Epsilon put on the ritz with the gang from May berry — Aunt Bea, Karen Cannell, the host for the tea, has the ladies draw for prizes. Andy and Barney Who are these good-looking people? Why it is Pat Sleade and Rae Ellen Mechling, the win- ners of free coronation concert tickets for best costume. Congratulations ladies!!! The annual Associates Dinner attended by Millikin Associates, General Co-Chairmen and the King and Queen Candidates on Thursday October 15. On Wednesday night Kirkland was alive with Homecoming skits. The talent show featured skits from various living units and the faculty. The faculty skit was a success as usual with the good oV I (alias Dr. Ferris)! The 1987 Talent Show Co-Chairs Jeanette Pope and Rodney Miller did an excellent job keeping the show running smoothly. On Thursday, as everyone was busy starting their house decs or continuing to work hard on them, the King and Queen Candidates with their King and Queen Homecoming Co-Chairs and the General Co-Chairs were busy rehearsing for the big night and enjoying the Associates Diner at 6:30 p.m. During the day on Friday, the 1987 Homecoming Committee kept busy decorating the Civic Center for the dance on Saturday while the campus was wild with activity as last minute stuffing and building was occurring for the House Dec competition at 4:00 p.m. which was handled well by the House Dec Co-Chairs Brad Weishaar and Connie Bland. 88 The winners of the Women ' s Division in House Dec competition — Delta Delta Delta. And the winners were . Overall: First: Delta Delta Delta and Alpha Tau Omega Second: Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Third: Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Sigma House Dec: First: Delta Delta Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Second: Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Sigma Third: Pi Beta Phi and Alpha Tau Omega Talent: First: Delta Delta Delta and Tau Kappa Epsilon Second: Pi Beta Phi and Alpha Tau Omega Third: Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Games: First: Pi Beta Phi and Alpha Tau Omega Second: Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Sigma Third: Delta Delta Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Spirit Award: First: Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Sigma Second: Zeta Tau Alpha and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Krause The winner of the Men ' s Division in House Dec competition - Sigma Alpha Epsilon. — — Friday night entertainers . . . At left: Andy Andrews, a popular enter - | tainer on cruise ships, has appeared on | the popular live ninety minute talk show Nashville Now and has toured with Joan Rivers as well as appeared on the Late Show — Starring Joan Rivers. He has also opened for such greats as Ala- | bama, Patti Labelle, the Pointer Sisters, and Doc Severinson. He is the Entertain - er of the Year and the Comedian of the Year for both 1987 and 1988. At right: Susan Moninger, Millikin ' s homecoming queen in 1977, sang several selections with the university ' s jazz lab band, including " Fly Me to the Moon, " " Guess Who I Saw Today, " " Twisted " and " Somewhere " . She has had feature roles in opera, musical theater and in- dustrial shows. She is co-founder and director of Showchoir Camps of America Inc. Could this be the pep band? Well, the drummers at least! Some of the Big Blue musicians supported the pep rally by providing fantastic music. (Bill Dyche, Rob Jones and Ron with a special appearance by the hands of Gary Kriz and Brian Telford) The candidates for the 1987 Home- coming King and Queen were queen candidates, left to right: Blythe Homes, biology major from Antioch; Carla Cline, communication ' s major from Elmwood; Darlene Glow, busi- ness administration major from Lansing; Patricia Reid, personnel management major from Stonington and Jeanette Pope, accounting major from Lombard. King candidates, left to right, were: Brian Telford, business administration major from Eming- ton; Norman Rokosz, biology major from Johnsburg; Mike Voeller, ac- counting major from Galesburg; Jim Frank, marketing major from Berke- ley; and Ted Malecki, business ad- ministration major from Burbank. Queen Jeanette Pope and King Mike Voeller. Mil I kin ' s Jazz Lab Band 1 performs during the coronation concert. 90 Alumni Marching Band, from left. Suzan Schlesinger ' 73, Mary Armentrout ' 72, Deidra Ross ' 87, Joelle Germano ' 85, Susie Dunnan ' 77 and Gary Thompson ' 5 j, ' and back row, Steve Schepper ' 77, Jack Schepper ' 56, John Feken ' 87, Bill Dodds ' 67, and Royce Phillips ' 86. Playing but not pictured was Ted Bradford ' 50. Well when Friday night rolled around Kirkland was once again alilve with entertainment but this time a more formal atmosphere was presented. The concert started with comedian Andy Andrews followed by the Millikin Jazz Lab Band under the direction of Mr. Steve Widenhofer and featuring Millikin Alum Susan Moninger. The evening was capped off with the crowning of Jeanette Pope and Mike Voeller as the 1987 Homecoming Queen and King by President and Mrs. Miller and the Co- chairs of the King and Queen Kristine Lasco and John Voss. Saturday brought beautiful weather, as did the ENTIRE week, for the big game at Frank M. Lindsay Field. The field was dedicated prior to the game and M.U. brought home a victory over North Central. Alumni and Half-time chairs Karyn Schwab and Martha Gulick did a fantastic job keeping things running smooth. Saturday night, Dance Co- chairs Carole Pavlos and Ron Kurza finally had their moment as the Civic Center had been transformed into a work of art. They had spent many hours in preparing the decorations for the dame and it was well attended. Sunday brought to a close the biggest and best Homecoming ever with the Westminster Homecoming Church Service featuring Millikin s finest - the Millikin Choir under the direction of Mr. Rhh.n.i Hoffland, The Big Blue downed North Central Cardinals with a 31-26 victory at the Homecoming game. Big Blue cheerleaders led the large crowd of Homecoming spectators in cheering our team to victory. Some of the large crowd present at the game. You can see some of the spirit banners in the front of the bleachers. Dedicating Frank M. Lindsay Field prior to the game were Mr. Robert W. Smith ' 62, Mrs. Lucy Lindsay Smith ' 67, Miss [Catherine Lindsay ' 68, Mrs. F. Merrill Lindsay, and Mr. F. Merrill Some of the great paintings done by some of the committee people and Harold White. The stage area before the band sets up. 91 km Mt. C%ipus to Mffifetn " Greek Week activities at Millikin got underway Sunday, April 17, and included a talent show, dance, traditional games, awards banquet, recognition of outstand- ing fraternity and sorority mem- bers, social service project and se- lection of a Greek god and god- dess. Theme for the week was " From Mt. Olympus to Millikin. " A committee of representatives of fraternities and sororities planned the events to promote uni- ty among Greek groups and inter- pret the Greek system to others. Opening event was a banquet Sunday evening in Richards Treat University Center. Robert Skowronek of Chicago and Roger Stewart of Columbus, Ohio, pre- At Left: Alpha Chi Omega, spirit sign First place and above, Kappa Sigma spirit sign, first place. sented their award-winning talk " How to Get a Job Before You Graduate. ' ' In cooperation with the Decatur-Macon County Clean Community System, members of Greek groups planted flowers in several downtown locations and on the Millikin campus. The god and goddess were elected by members of all Greek houses and was announced at the dance Friday evening at the Knights of Columbus Hall. The winners of the god and goddess were junior Jill 0 ' Connell from Alpha Chi Omega and Matt McDonnell, a senior from Oakbrook Terrace, Kappa Sigma. Kappa Sigma placed first in Greek Week competition and Alpha Chi Omega and Pi Beta Phi tied for first among sororities. Points were awarded or winners named for participation in activities such as Greek games, talent show, spirit sign, community project and attendance at other events. Sec- ond place winners were Tau Kappa Fpsilon fraternity and Delta Delta Delta sorority. Spirit sign winners were Kappa Sigma and Alpha Chi Omega. Kappa Sigma and Pi Beta Phi won the games and Alpha Tau Omega and Pi Beta Phi placed first in the talent show. The sportsmanship awards were given to Tau Kappa Epsilon and Alpha Chi Omega. Also honored at the final ceremony were students selected as outstanding seniors and distinguished Greeks. Senior winners were James Frank of Berkeley, Kappa Sigma, and Lisa Hoffman of Peoria, Zeta Tau Alpha. Others named were juniors William Tolone of Normal, Sigma Alpha Fpsilon and Ellen Niebrugge ofTeutopolis, Pi Beta Phi; sophomores Lewis Cline of Ligonier, Ind., Kappa Sigma, and Kathleen Schnarr of Chesterfield, Mo., Pi Beta Phi; and Freshmen John Bowen of Belleville, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Angela Plassahaert of Rock Island, Zeta Tau Alpha. Outstanding Greeks were selected for their leadership in the Greek system and contributions to campus organizations. Greek god and goddess candi- dates at left: Front row, the god- dess candidates, Jennifer Shoe- maker, junior from Normal, Pi Beta Phi; Jill 0 ' Connell, junior from Canton, Alpha Chi Omega; Cari McCaffrey, senior from II- liopolis, Zeta Tau Alpha; and Jeanna Hoppenjans, senior from Belleville, Delta Delta Delta. Back row, from left to right, the god candidates: Guy Cravatta, senior from Streator, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Robert Schaefer, junior from Barring ton, Tau Kappa Ep- silon, Douglas Owens, senior from Clinton, Alpha Tau Omega; and Matt McDonnell, senior from Oakbrook Terrace, Kappa Sigma. The crowned winners were Miss O ' Connell from Alpha Chi Omega and Mr. Matt McDonnell from Kappa Sigma. 92 1988 Greek Week Committee Co- Chairs General — Karla Camilla and Ron Kurza Campus PR Carol Knoche and Roy Prochaska Dance ± f L l y HI 1 H tj w 11 Li 1 L I I t 1 1 o K,V J U li t Y Faculty fov Fllintt and Khp hJat Mthnk Game Beth Brown and Pat Duffy Social Srv. Janet Koleson and Joe Meyer V lien Niphvfj oop Sign Amy Keleher and Jesse Macro god 1 goddess Shannon Blair and Pete Redondo Talent Show Kim Airf au ohlm and Rndrjpv AAHIpy Auiava f 7 tl fj 1 CyY 1 r)f!1 1 J ( k J s f Y) 7 Tft ri 7 fZvfi tl 7 JC rt Lv y j f CtUULi ' j Kl drlCi 1 UrJrl JT UrJrl Fundraismp 6 Denise Williams and Charles Ca- 1771 It ft Johanna Metzler Kim Stover Secretary Doug Bleas Showing unity during the service project (Erie B.(A.T.O.) and John K(K.E.) MM " M ' 1111 ' 95 It has been a pleasure once again to be able to bring to you the MILLI- DEK. We hope that all of you readers have enjoyed what you have seen so far and when you finish the rest of the book our sincere hope is that everyone will be able to recall the 87-88 school year in years to come through the pages of MILLIDEK ' 88. It is not an easy task to put together a book that encompasses the whole year but with one year of experience behind us (some of us) and a new crop of staffers who were willing to give of their time and energies we were ready to embark on yet another adventure in yearbook producing. The theme chosen for MILLIDEK ' 88 was one that I felt covered the year pretty good. The fact that the Liberal Arts Hall was nearing completion of its face lift and looking at how much members of the largest graduating Senior class at Mill i kin ever have touched this school played a deciding factor in our theme choice. My hope is that by increasing the size of our publication and by adding a few new additions to the book we can offer to you, the reader, a better view of what this academic year was like. By adding our touch to this year we hope that the memories will always be there for your enjoyment. Finally, I would like to thank my staff for coming in to work when I asked and for their continued supportive efforts. The people that are pictured on these two pages are those on the staff who did their share of the work. In some instances their work did not encompass a great deal of time and energy but, credit is given where credit is duel Thank you all and I hope that this book adds a Touch of Class to the 1987-1988 year! Sincerely, Eric A. Thomas Editor-in-Chief MILLIDEK ' 88 Editor- in -Chief Eric A. Thomas and Assistant Editor Karoline Marchese. This is the second and final year that Eric and Karoline have served in these positions together. Their duties include the overall production and taking care of all administrative decisions when it comes to layout, copy, and staff matters. The 1988 MILLIDEK General Staff front row, left to right: Angie Plasschaert (freshman from Rock Island), Kay Allen (freshman from Trenton), Kathy Torgerson (freshman from Decatur), Mi- chelle Robinson (freshman from Danville) and Tasneem Ziauddin (sophomore from Hickory Hills). Back row, left to right: Julie Carl- son (freshman from Wheaton), Wendy Olszewski (freshman from LaG range) , Katy Schweighart (freshman from Effingham), San- dra LaBlance (Sophomore from Fairview Heights) and Advisor Dean Joe Houston. Missing from photo - Karen Ballance (sophomore from Vern on). 96 Business Manager Dana Kinas and Assistant Business Manager Joy Kriewaldt. This was Dana ' s first year with the MILLIDEK staff and Joy ' s second year on staff. They did a fantastic job selling advertisements for the MILLIDEK and earning that revenue! Greek Editor Ron Kurza and Photography Editor Kristina Dockins. This was the first year on the staff for both and their hard work is greatly appreciated. Kristina came on staff half way through the year after the previous photo-editor, Shawne Peoples, had to resign. Their titles speak for themselves. The 1988 MILLIDEK Photog- raphy Crew. Front row, left to right: Vicki Rovel, Kristina Dockins (Photo Editor), Missy Movitz, and Mari-Lee Chambless. Back row, left to right: Eric A. Thomas, Chad S cheer and missing but hard working Ken Benshish. On behalf of the MILLIDEK ' 88 staff I would like to extend congratulations to the Class of ' 88 and a thank you for the Touch of Class you have given to this university. We would also like to wish the classes of ' 89, ' 90 and ' 91 continued happiness and success. Once again Thank you for a wonderful year! 97 Have you ever wondered where we get all of the great entertainment that appears on our campus? The answer is right here. The Uni- versity Center Board or UCB for short is a group of students, who are, through the whole year, responsible for the activities that provide entertainment and enrichment for the university community. The board meets twice a month and membership is through petitioning. Two major accomplishments this year were monthly L.S.B. Nights and the creation of Club on Main. They also were responsible for the usual Friday Night Movies, Ice Skating Parties and the unfor- gettable Spring Break Trip to Florida! The members ofU.C.B., front row left to right: Jennifer Proud (Publicity chairperson), Karen Jones (Entertainment chairperson ), Diane Davelis (Special Events Chairperson), Jacki Siwek (Treasurer), Karyn Schwab (President), Andrea Podowicz (secretary), Beth Yergler (films chairperson), Chris Rittenhouse ( Recreation chairperson), Kim McLaughlin ( Vice-President), and Kelly Cleveland (Travel chairperson). Row 2: Dave Tobyjeanette Pope, Rhonda Epps, Julie Beamer, Vicki Blasucci, Melissa Tracy, Kathleen Schwab, Carolin Bolen, Dana Flowers, Karen Lowe, Debra Rhea, and Troy Elbert. Row 5: Jack Klawitter, Jim Spencer, Cathy Johnson, Patty Reid, Debbie Gelfo, Carrie Keifer, Angle Plasschaert, Rachel Chamberlain, Penny Beach, and Sherry Cutright. University Center Board Movies 1987-88 Aug. 28 Back to School Sept. 11 Secret of My Success Oct. 2 Crocodile Dundee Oct. 30 Ferris Bueller ' s Day Off Nov. 6 Top Gun Nov. 13 Little Shop of Horrors Dec. 4 Platoon Jan. 22 Hoosiers Feb. 5 About Last Night Feb. 26 Beverly Hills Cop II March 11 Robocop April 8 Stakeout 1988 . He has open ana gtd by- 98 , t its ou " 1 w , p8 d W A Taylor Mason, comedian, musician, ventriloquist, began his comedy career as the musical director of The Second City Theater in Chicago. Taylor has appeared on the Robert Klein Time on USA Cable, Night- flight and Comedy Tonight. He has appeared in concert with Tina Turner, Crystal Gayle and The Four Tops. Managed by Edmonds Talbert. Appeared March 10, 1988. CATS ON HOLIDAY, a professional five member band, plays everything from classic rock to a top forty show and dance. This is a very popular group that has been featured at the VP Fair in St. Louis, Lincolnfest and Air Rendezvous in Springfield, as well as many nightclubs in the area. They appeared on March 19, 1988 and are managed by Perfect Inpressions. Another performer at Club on Main this year was Vic Henley, a stand up comic. His act is high energy comedy with no props or music. Due to his youthfulness and outlook, his material is especially suited for the colle- giate crowd. He has opened for Chubby Checker, Tommy James and the Shondells and Belinda Carlisle. He is managed by The Funny Bone. He appeared on April 12, 1988. (Picture unavailable) ' ' on- Me. b- Kargej p rod ' ctions. ' sions at Club on M am. His 99 Members of R.H.A., front row, left to right: Kim Proffitt, Adviser; Lynelle Niles, Holly Sullivan, NCC; Greg Zinkl, Vice-President; Cathi Edmison, President; Darlene Jackson, Treasurer; Scott Sheehan, Secretary; Dave Toby, Jackie Mrozinski, Jackie Maynard, Cynthia Edwards, and Sandy LaBlance. Row 2, left to right: Beth Barrett, Jackie Lowe, Brian Hennessy, Heidi Peterson, Donna Casey, Rebecca Howells, Joetta Krepps, Lesa Kraus, Caroline Bolens, Stella Budz, and Carrie Wonczecki. Millikin ' s Award winning Residence Hall Association is in charge of organizing social and educational programs for both residents of the halls and the entire campus in order to promote campus unity. They also deal with campus concerns of behalf of the residents. Such issues include food service, campus security, residence hall maintenance, and residence hall poli- cies. One needs only to live in a residence hall to be a member. R.H.A. sponsors R.H.A. week, teeter-totter marathon, blood drives, and the co-sponsored Springfest with U.C.B. to name a few activities. R.H.A. sponsored teeter -totter marathon was held October 1-4 with $330.11 being donated to DOVE and RHA Week (Sept. 18-24) was a huge success with everyone celebrating " Happy Hallidays " . The BIG News for the year was when our very own R.H.A. went to GLACURH Regional Conference and walked away with 8 honors! GLACURH is the regional organization of RHA that includes 40 colleges and universities throughout the Great Lakes area. The Conference was held November 6-8. Mi Hi kin was selected School of the Year, Most Spirited Small Delegation, RHA Adviser of the Year, National Communication Coordinator of the Year (Holly Sullivan), Top Program Presented by the Student (Holly - again!!!), and Best School Display. Adviser Laura Cornille-Cannadys program was selected as one of the top 15 of 60 programs presented at the conference and Beth Barrett ' s presentation of organization, " 1 Thought We Were Having Pancakes " was selected as one of the top 15 presentations of the conference. Congratulations and GOOD LUCK next year! Millikin will play host for the state conference in February of ' 89. 100 A couple of totterers doing some fettering for R.H.A. 101 Student Senate Millikin ' s Student Senate is an organization of Students representing each housing unit (aux- iliary, Greek, and non- greek) and the commuters on such issues as campus security, university policy, tuition increases and other university regula- tions. The senate is also responsible for allocating money to student organi- zations, have elections of students to various cam- pus posit tons, and repre- senting the students view with the administration. Student Senate c onsists of five executive officers and 36 senators who meet ev- ery Monday night at 6:30 p.m. Some of their major accomplishments have been the installation of needed lighting on campus, organized let- terwriting campaign about cuts in GSL, and the annual Student Sen- ate Booksa e. Row 1, from left to right: Michael Brown, Greg Dart, Megan Mong, Jackie Lowe, Laura Cornille-Cannady (Advisor), Jeff Davis, Beth A. Barrett, and Anna Hollister. Row 2: John McCracken, Janet Ely, Valerie Bottorff Jodi Schilling, Denise Williams, Cathy Johnson (Treas.)Judy Hand ( V.P.),Jim Frank ( Pres.), Laura Nelson ( Pub. Dir.), Lynette Baker (Sec), Lea Ann Mitchell, Sear Swayne, and Chris Sherwood. Row 3: Eric Beguelin, Nicole GarbelmannJeffKiermas, Stacey Hart, Kathleen Murname, Stacey Smith, Ronda Bryant, Christy Coye, Brian Lebeck, Tami Wallace, Kathy Swihart, Conrad Givers, Eric Brzonkala, and John Riedmuller. Row 4: Brad Naughton, Rob Keenan, Bob Green, John Sepanski, Patty Reid, Jim Spencer, Dave Toby, Carrie Keifer, Holly Altemus, Melissa Becherer, Jill Winkleblack, Jacki Siwek, and Doug Palmer. Senio i Olloss Oonwirttee The Senior Class Committee is made up of active Seniors who plan the activities for the current graduating class. The committee is headed by the Chairperson, elected through petitioning and a Student Senate election. Once the Chairperson has been elected, then committee posi- tions are open for petitioning. Once the committee is set, everyone volunteers to be a part of one of several separate duties. The Senior Class Committee was in charge of putting together all the Senior Adjustment Periods, Sen- ior Appreciation Reception at Millikin Homesteadt and who could forget those great pranks. Skating, Richard Marx and what? — The Registrar lost my schedule? I have to re-register?!?! Sorry Sophomores!!!!!!!!! Couldn ' t resist! Not to mention the prank bulletin. A big job of the committee is to solicit the pledges from other classmates for the Senior Challenge Gift. The money that is pledged is collected over the nest five years and then at the first reunion the class decides what they will spend the money on for Millikin University. The office of Alumni and Parent Relations sponsors the organization with Debbie Miller- Knerr serving as the advisor. Seated on the couch from left to right: Keri Girard, Doug Bales — Chairman, and Debbie Edmiaston. Seated around the edge: Anne- Marie Proshe, Eric A. Thomas — Secre- tary, Syndi Schnick, Lisa Hoffman, Ralph McCnrdy, and Penny Beach. Other members of the committee but unable to be at the picture: Jim Prank, Paula Hoff- mann, Jeff Johnston, Michelle Jones, Prank Krrhs, OmVioH Delta Kappa This national leadership honorary society recognized leadership of exceptional qual- ity and versatility. Membership, selected from the junior and senior classes, is based on outstanding achievement in at least two of five major areas: scholarship: athletics: social, service, and religious activities and campus government; journalism, speech and mass media; and creative and per- forming arts. A person is nominated by current members, he or she fills out a peti- tion, and the current members elect new members based on academics and leader- ship skills. In the fall of 1987, ODK spon- sored a leadership retreat at Mueller Lodge. Approximately 3 5 students from or- ganizations across campus attended the 1 day workshop on Leadership skills. After this picture was taken, the following were newly initiated: Lynette Baker, Connie Bland, Bob Case, Jim Frank, Erin Keith, Lesa Kraus, Kristine Lasco, Colleen Lut- trell, Dorlisa Martin, Patty Reid, Mark Shaner, Ellen Tanis, Eric Thomas, Kevin Wilson, Dr. Norman Jensen, Mrs. Linda Arends, and Terry Myers. Front Row, left to right: Karen Stiner. Mtchele lanni, Anne- Marie Proste.Jan Devore ( Faculty Secretary), Lisa Dammerman (President), Mike Voeller ( Vice President), Brian Telfor, Kathy Swihart, Tom Velek, and Ke- vin Turner. Second Row, left to right: Cathi Edmison, Lisa Wojcik, Laura Nelson, Karyn Schwab, Karla Camilla, Julie Moser, Kim McLaughlin, Anna Contarino, Martha Gulick, Lisa Hoffman, and Beth Brown. Row three, left to right: Amy Runkle, Paula Keller, Phil Tinchjohn Marshall, Steve McKemie, Bill ToIone.John B. Voss, Steve Setfert, Ker, Bmg, and Don Luy. Missing from the picture: Doug Bales, Dan Becker, Jackie Brown, Scott Fletcher, Judy Hand, Melissa Neville, Jeanette Pope, Erin Rills, Kim Stover, Trish Wilner.Jon " Rick " Bibb. Dr. Millie Boai, Dr. Cheryl Cohn, Dean Laura Cornille- Cannady, Dr. David Golden, Dr. Charles Hale. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, Lori Kerans, David Marshall, Dr. Linda Niedrmghaus, Dean Gerry Redford, Dr. Terry Shepherd, and Dan Viele. J%kx Lambda Defea Alpha Lambda Delta is a freshman- sophomore national society honoring high scholastic achievement. Those students receiving a 3 J 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 members of the organization during the sophomore year. Group activities and responsibilities change each year as the group determines. At the beginning of each year they hang fliers on all of the residence halls doors describing the organization and promoting good study skills. They organize and present the teacher of the year award and sponsor the scholastic bowl in the spring for area high schools. Mr. Phil Tinch is the Faculty Advisor and Dr. Jan Devore serves as the Administrative Liaison. The officers for this year were as follows: President - Ron Krause, Vice-President - Tina White, Secretary - Tammy Fletcher, Treasurer - Kathy Schnarr, and Editor - Krista King. Some of the members of Alpha Lambda Delta are shown at right. Front row, from left to right: Tammy Fletcher and Ron Krause. Second row, from left to right: Michelle Rolseth, Tasneem Ziauddin, and Dr. Devore. Third row, from left to right: Eric Proud, Melissa Tracy, and Sunserrae Keaton. Back row, from left to right: Laura Hansen, Barry Lasswell, and Bob Bergland. The members of Phi Kappa Phi, front row, left to right: Jan Devore, Gerald Redford (Sec. Treas.), Richard Ferry, J. Graham Provan, Arvid Adell. Row two, left to right: Anne-Marie Proske, Kevin Turner, David Gregory, Gerald Hunt, Wayne Krowe, Mike Zachman, Mike Benshish, Stacy Hoult, and Cari McCaffrey. Phi Kappa Phi was started at Mi likin in 1949. Mem- bership in the Society is open to scholars of sound character from all academic disciplines. Eligibility for student mem- bership to Juniors and Seniors, who rank scholastically in the upper five percent and 10 per- cent of their classes, respec- tively, and are of sound char- acter. Election of faculty whose scholastic records and I or outstanding achievements have rendered them worthy of membership. The primary ob- jective of this Society are to promote the pursuit of excel- lence in all fields of higher education and to recognize outstanding achievement by students, faculty, and others through election to member- ship, and through various awards of distinguished achievement. 104 New Members of Phi Kappa Phi, installed April 26, 1988, were these juniors and seniors. Row I, left to right: Jill Stroud, Ellen Niebrugge, Bri- an Telford, Mary Ellen Poole, Leeann Schmidt, Lisa Dammerman, Lori McMaster, Melissa Neville, Steve Spent, Alicia Melzer, Debra Col ins, Ann -Marie Hillyer, and Phyllis Jacobs. Row 2, left to right: Karen Hays, Denise Reeder, Janet Collins, Kathleen Ryan, Amy Pierce, Darle ne Glow, Jennifer Parks, DeEtte Major, Stacey Hoult, Celeste Huttes, Martha Gulick, and Margaret Doak. Row 3, left to right: Karen Stiner, Jef- frey Cook, John Stricklin, David Wright, Randy Back, Dan Viele, Linda Nieders, and Stephen Seifert. Row 4, left to right: Christopher Enge, David Gregory, Scott Ahaus, Steven McKenzie, Bill Tolone, Kevin Turner, Patrick Francis, and Laura Nelson. Missing from picture were new members Denise Harnetl and Hilda Wiesenmeyer. All Mill ' i kin students interested in marketing may join the Mi Hi kin Marketing Association, which is the student organization of the American Marketing Association. The group meets monthly for pro- grams which emphasize areas of interest to marketing students. These programs include speakers, workshops, and field trips, plus some social activities. Some members of Millikin Marketing Association, front row, from left right: Darlene Glow, Ted Maleck (President), and Jennifer Messenger {Exec. Vice-President). Row 2: Paula Keller (Programs Director), Eric Beguelin, Jeff Davis, and Patty Re id ( Social Director ) . VPM.A Data Processing Management Association. The benefits of a DPMA member are career guidance, field trips, guest speakers, group projects, and work- shops (local and regional) all geared toward profes- sionalism and personal improvement in the areas of computer information systems, computer science and other business majors. DPMA meets once a month and they sponsored the Word Perfect and Enable Seminars that were given to Millikin students. Offi- cers for the year were President - Frank Krebs, Vice President - Louijavois, Treasurer - Dave Perkins, and Membership - Tim Garfield. Front row, left to right: Lout K. Javois, Frank Krebs, and Dave Perkins. Row 2, left to right: Mike Zachman and Kimson Dy Ning. Row 3: Abbie Walter, Paul Michael Hanks, Michael McBride, Tony Custin, and Alesia Lovel- lette. The American Institute of Industrial Engineers is a professional organization on the Millikin campus for all engineers ( Industrial and Weld- ing) interested in learning about the profession - al world of engineering. The purpose of this organization is twofold. First, the organization enhances the undergraduate ' s education by keeping him or her informed of the technological advances in engineering through speakers and plant tours of industry all over the state of Illinois. Second, the Institute is a great way for you to meet other engineering students who most probably have had the same class as you have and can give you pointers on how to get that A. Not only do you meet engineering students from Millikin, but you will have the opportunity to travel with the group to the annual student meeting of all university chapters from across the west and midwest, over 20 universities ranging from the University of Nebraska to Purdue University. One member of A. I. I.E. made history at this year ' s engineering conference. Karen Stiner won first place and it marked the first time any school had won first place two years in a row! Congratulations A.I. I.E. A. I. I.E. has been on Millikin ' s campus since 1974 and prob- ably is best known in the Millikin community for the A.I. I.E. Date Match service. Front row, left to right: Joe Perry (Treasurer), Karen Stiner (Vice-President), William Lee Williams (Advisor), John Marshall ( President), and Steve McKenzie ( Secretary Chapter Development). Row 2, from left to right: Peter Yocum, Stephen Capps, Paul Taylor, Bryan Cannon, and Dale Etscheid. Row 3, from left to right: Sandy LaBlancd, Brian Kanallakan, Ellis Kennedy, Gregjansen, Shane Green, Andy Dawrant, and Tim Stout. Not pictured: Guy Cravatta, Richard Mannweiler, Jim Paluga, John Dwyer, David Rupert, and Senta Hamilton. 4m£]ucqh SA eMmg Society The role of the American Welding Society is to advance the science and technology of welding, and to promote the application of this technology by distribution of information and through educational activities. The objectives of the society are to provide guidance and service to members, provide for career development and training opportunities through guest speakers, conferences, and other educa- tional activities, provide for technology transfer through publications, meetings, and other means, and promote and encourage welding research, primarily through cooperative efforts with others. A person can become a member by asking the president, faculty, advisor, or a member of American Welding Society for a membership form. The annual dues are $12.00 ( at the time of publishing) and the Ameri- can Welding Society had been active on Millikin ' s campus since March of 1979. At left, members are, front row, left to right: Kevin Baker, Dale Etscheid, Kevin Stump (Vice-President), William Roth ( President), and Tim Stout (Secretary). Row two, left to right: Ellis Kennedy, Paul Taylor, John Marshall, Robert Schaefer, Brian Kanallakan, Karen Stiner, and William Lee Williams (Advisor). JIo owdI Association ojj AcqoMMs, First row, left to right: Lori Liles, Jerry Benton, Missy Neville, Jeanette Pope, Lori McMaster, Kathryn Tanis, and Mike Voeller. Row two: Dana Kinas, Vicki Tucker, Karoline Marchese, Lisa Hoffman, Janet Collins, Colleen Luttrell, Melinda Marques, Ellen Tanis, Charlotte Thull, Annette Younker, Brian Tschosik, and Sandy Goshinska. Row three, left to right: Linda Fleener, Amy Cook, Jim Feeney, Scott Woodruff Joe Luka, Tim Kruger, Brian Palmer, Kevin Wegrzyn, Steve Spent, Brad Palmer, and Marci Reeve. The National Association of Ac- countants is a new club on campus. NAA was formed by accounting students two years ago and began with 8 9 charter members. NAA is open to all full-time students. NAA offers a variety of program- ming to its members including educational, social and service programs. The educational pro- grams consist of monthly speaker meetings on various business to- pics. Social programs are also planned which include trips to Cardinal baseball games and bowling. Finally, service projects are also planned which include a Volunteer Assistant Program and volunteer work for United Way. The advisor for the organization is Mr. Dan Viele and this year ' s president was Jeanette Pope. Abpla Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi is a national professional business fraternity open to Tabor School students with a cumula- tive grade point average of 2.5 who have completed 12 semester hours. Alpha Kappa Psi complements class- work by offering the opportunity to meet persons in the business world. Guest speakers discuss career goals, in - terviewing techniques, professional wardrobe, and many other topics which interest prospective business persons. In addition to speakers, AKPsi holds profes- sional meetings, sponsors tours to various industrial plants, and has many other programs. The organiza- tion was started at M.U. on May 23, 1965 . Our chapter of AKPsi placed 63rd in nation for all AKPsi chapters ( rating of 89-5 out of 100) which is well above midwest region median of 60.8. They also co- sponsored the Tabor School Career Forum with MMA and NAA and helped DOVE by cleaning up their new building site and selling Christmas cards. The members of AKPsi at right are, front row, from left to right: Michele lanni, Professional Activities Chairperson; Karoline Marche- se, Historian; Shelly Dammerman, Beth Yergler, Corre- sponding Secretary; Michelle Prusz, Publicity Chair- person; Lori Finney, Missy Tipsword, Vice President of Membership; Ellen Beyers, and Michael Klauser. Row 2, from left to right: Marci Maslov, District Director; JeffSchaub, Treasurer; Jim Heal, Jon Dees, Doug Bales, Mark Shaner, Kevin Turner, President; Patrick Gar- rett, Vice-President of Performance Evaluation; Marty Worrell, John Voss, Ritual; and Cheryl Cohn, Advisor. " Ffocfe Stasis Association The Black Emphasis Associ- ation was formed for the pur- pose of enhancing the univer- sity and students on black culture. It is also to eliminate stereotypical views and to in- teract with the Decatur com - munity. The members strive for the unity and sharing of their ideas and heritage. Sev- eral times during the school year BE A sponsors all- school dances and an all- school Christmas party. They also hold a Black Emphasis fash- ion show and dance, and guest speakers. Membership is open to all Millikin students. Meetings are once a week on Thursday. At right, members of B.E.A. Front row, left to right: Conrad Givers, Diana Kemp, Jameen Edwards, Ce- lestine Johnson, Denise Wis- dom, Samantha Haynes, and Darrell Gillespie. Row 2: Jeannine Harper, Keena Bradbury, Joanne Curry, Dan Key, Brian Monet, Vin- cent McK.ee, Carol Jackson, and Karen Felton. Q ilom tol A j j(MS Council The Environmental Affairs Council is a group of students and faculty concerned about the environment around us. They ser- vice Millikin and the community, hold recy- cling drives, work with operation WildLife and other organizations. They keep abreast of environmental issues through the help of newsletters that are sent to them and also go canoeing, horse back riding, camping, and other activities. They are the recipient in 1987 of the Community Service Award from Clean Community Systems and the City of Decatur. Their major activities other than those already mentioned include Earth Week, selling plants on campus. Operation Clean Sweep, and Clean Campus Awards to Grade Schools. At left, some members of E.A.C. Front Row, left to right: Rick Wie- denhoeft, Jim Spencer, Carrie Kiefer, and Bart Cleland. Row 2, from left to right: Mindy Nash, Jay Marshall, Art Brewer, and Angela Garrett. I OH -Aiettcon Corneal American Chemical Society is an orga- nization at Millikin University for chemistry majors, minors, and for those interested in applying chemistry in any field. The main purpose for this organi- zation is to expose members to news and careers in the Chemistry Field. This is achieved through activities such as film, guest speakers, and tours of area indus- tries. At left, members of American Chemical Society, front row, left to right: Steve Chamberlin (Treasurer) , Tahnee Ahlvers (Vice-President), Jackie Brown (President), and Melissa Tracy (Secre- tary). Row 2, from left to right: Cheryl Rawdon, Cathy Johnson, Carla Brink, Janet Heinie, and Tanya Cyrulik. Row 3, from left to right: Greg Dart, Oliver Pinkpank, Ed Ache son (Advisor), Julie Joos, and Dorinda Ashinhurst. Pkpiool Tlkapy — Occupational Tlkapy The P.T.O.T. Association was formed in 1984 to aid those students interested in the health fields learn more about their chosen careers. The organization averages about three meetings a semester and plans various activities to learn more about physical therapy and occupational therapy. Some of these activities include intern- ships at Decatur Memorial Hospital and St. Mary ' s Hospital, guest speakers from the area, and visits to sports clinics and Decatur Memo- rial Hospital physical therapy department. The organization is open to all students interested in the health profession, especially physical therapy and occupational therapy and you are encour- aged to join. Dr. Neil Baird is the advisor for this organization. Members are, front row, left to right: Jack Klawitter, Karyn Schwab (Vice- Pres.), Margaret Doak (President), Jacki Siwek (Secretary), Laura Nelson, and Jeff Kiermas. Row 2: Peggy Brennan, Laura Car- rasco, Syndi Schnick, Jackie Maynard, and Ju- lie Wood. Row 3: Stacey Hank, Ellen Niebrugge, Tamara Gaskill, Jennifer Scott, Jessica Russell, and Jennifer Letterer. Student Sducotion Association Millikin ' s Student Education Association is an organization for those students who have chosen or are considering a career in educa- tion. The aim of S.E.A. is to help encourage, support, inform, and educate future teachers. Several programs are presented each semester featuring professionals speaking on such topics as exceptional chil- dren, child abuse, motivation within the classroom, and the exper- iences of the new teacher. The members of S.E.A. are front row, left to right: Beth Brown, Cindy Messenger, Secretary; Martha Gulick, President; Ann- Marie Hillyer, Program Coordinator; and Amy Runkle, Publicity. Row 2, from left to right: Judy Eschman, Ruth Milhausen, Rachel Chamberlain, and Gina Mullink. Row 3, from left to right: Tammy Fletcher, Bob Bergland, Publicity; and Shawna Lawson, and Katie Tsakonas. Alpha Epsilon Rho is made up of both student and professional members. The main requirements are a communications major or minor and currently be involved in a media activity. The main objective is to reward and encourage scholarship and accomplishment among broadcasting students. Scholarships are available and there are various production awards presented at the annual National Conference. The National Conference is very educational and helpful and also a wonderful source of making contacts in the broadcast industry. The chapter tries to attend the National Conference each year and also tries to have a speaker each month. Also to be a member you must maintain a 2 J grade point overall average. AERho was re- established in November of 1986. The officers for the school year were: President — Chris Bullock, Vice-President — Kathy Sexton, Secretary — Wendy Prell, Pub- licity — Sarah Snow, and Alumni Professional Coordinator — Andrea Taylor. Some of the members of AERho are, front row, left to right: Sarah Snow, Chris Bullock, and Kathy Sexton. Second Row, left to right: Michelle Hopper, Dave Toby, and Lisa Wojcik. 110 ¥.J.M.C. WJMU is an ABC affili- ate, 16 5 watt FM, stu- dent-run radio station. In order to have your own show, a student must com- plete a one- credit Radio- Lab course, Radio Lab 121. You can help out in other areas of the station without taking the class, though. The student may receive one credit hour either by doing an on -air show or by doing " behind -the- scene " Work. The purpose of WJMU is for students to see what the radio world is like; also to provide enter- tainment to the Decatur area and the Millikin stu- dents WJMU has been op- erating on Millikin ' s cam- pus for approximately 15 years. Jim Seaney is the general manager and Frank Beaman is the news coordinator. WJMU staff, front row, left to right: Missy Heldt (Traffic), Mike Langdon (Asst. Music Director) . Amy Movitz (Asst. PSA Dir.), Chris Bullock (Asst. Program Director), Mitch Hopper (Program Director), Lisa Wojcik (Co-Network Dir.), Dave Toby (Sales Dir.), Kathy Sexton (Co-Network Dir.), and Scott Alfeo (Asst. Promotions Director). Row 2, from left to right: Joanna Ploeger, Michael Plunkett, Troy Elbert, Laura Nowak, Dana Hails, Rocell J. Winters, Deborah Sullivan and Michelle Robinson. Row 3, from left to right: Keri Bing, Brad Warren, Steve Bieze, Jeff Benjamin, Rob Arrol, Denise Ciesielski, Chuck Decker, Tim Armstrong, and Kevin Turner. Mlten Go lMUKiCOtiOK OngOKizQtiOK Millikin Communication Organization was formed in March 1983 to provide communication majors and minors information about communications as an academic discipline and professional pursuit. There is a membership fee of $5 and the organization invites speak- ers to talk about their jobs in the communications field. The members of Millikin Communication are front row, from left to right: Kathy Sexton, Chris Bullock, Vice-President; Andrea Taylor, President; and Joanna Ploeger. Row 2, from left to right; Lisa Hensley, Meg Ackermann, Laura C. Nowak, Stacey Cullen, and JeriSue Beabout. Row 3, from left to right: Stacey LaFeber, Phil Feinsot and Bobette Carley. Ill Sign ia Tau De a Sigma Tau Delta, national honor society for English majors, was started on Millikin ' s campus in 1981. The primary function ofS.T.D. is to promote the various academic aspects of the English discipline and fellowship among outstanding English students. A minimum GPA of }.2 in English classes is required as well as a minimum number of 300 level courses. In addition an individuals character, citizenship, and contribution to the university are taken into consider- ation. The chapter sponsored " An Evening of Holiday Lit- erature " at Christmas time. For the first time in the history of the Millikin chapter a student, Tom Velek, has had a proposal accepted by the National Committee for presenta- tion of a workshop at the STD National Convention. Some members of STD are front row, from left to right: Tasneem Ziauddin, Carol Doniek, Vice-President; Tom Velek, President; and Kammi Salyers. Row 2, from left to right; Karla Camilla, Kim McLaughlin, Bob Bergland, Tina White, and Tammy Fletcher. JStykx Pfo Onega Alpha Phi Omega is a National Service Fraternity which emphasizes Leadership, Friendship, and Service. They offer a series of creative situations in which to develop leadership skills and a chance to build lasting friendships both on campus with activities as well as on other campuses with other chapters and in the community. This organization is based on fraternalism and founded on the principles of the Boy Scouts of America. Membership is open to all full- time students ( male and female) who en- joy helping other people — young and old, and like to have fun! Eta Epsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Omega here at Mil ikin University is the largest active organiza- tion on this campus. Officers for this year were President Colleen Luttrell, V.P. of Service Barry Lasswell, V.P. of Member- ship Amy Harrison, Secretary Tammy Fletcher, Treasurer Ron Kurza, Fellowship Jeanine Caughlin, Historian Kim Reine- mann, and Sgt. of Arms Celestine Johnson. Row 1, left to right: Susan Marsh, Laura Hansen, Naomi Gotohjoetta Krepps, Lisa Bottom, Ana Melendez, Carrie Wonczecki, and Joy Kriewaldt. Row 2: Sherry Cutright, Rebecca Howel s, Kathryn Lalla, Beth A. Barrett, Debra Rhea, Karen Lowejeanette Mills, Karoline Marchese, Kelly Worthington, and JeffKiermas. Row 3: P am Jones, Jennifer Schmidt, Anna Hollister, Denise Wisdom, Becky Josef son, Barry Lasswell, Beth Koenig, Sunserrae Keaton, and Paula Orwig. Row 4: Kamela Salyers, Shani Lyons, Stacey Collins, Dorinda Ashinhurstjameen Edwards, Lori Cheek, Jackie Mrozinski, Tanya Cyrulik, Renee Weller, Rhonda Epps, Linda Niedersjeannine Caughlin, Tammy Fletcher, and Colleen Luttrell. Row 5: Cheryl Rawdon, Karen Prochaska, Syndi Schnick, Melanie Caryjeff ' Schaub, Mari-Lee Chambless, Tina White, Mickey Rolseth, Rachel Chamberlain, Lynelle Niles, Kim Leininger, Julie Carlson, Pat Woodruff, and Scott Daniels. Row 6: Chris Rittenhouse, Rex McReynolds, Donna Casey, Sarah Camden, Sandy LaBlance, Debbie Augustyn, Julie Jordan, Jennifer Camden, and Jeff Smith. Cttrik The story of CIRCLE K can be found on Page 24 Front Row, left to right: Tricia Cox, Jill Wright, Katie Kutsunis, Julie Beyers, and Julie Beamer. Row 2: Bill Osborne, Phil Tinch, Donna Riggs, Melissa Johnson, Tamara Gaskill, Sara Swayne, Jennifer Scott, Sandy Stevens, Shelley Dammann, and Jim Heal. Row 3: Reggie Syrcle. Row A: Tanya Dambold, Dana Hails, Jon Dees, Melanie Cary, Patt Woodruff Christy Smith, Trisha Conreux, Dave Hentrich, Tim Miller, Melinda Marques, Derek Clark, Lisa Hensley, Gayle Bork, and Michael Klauser. Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship is a non- denominational organization for campus Christians. IV " s purpose is to provide an organization which offers op- portunities for Christians to fellowship, reach out to the campus, and most impor- tantly 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 for Bible study. Milli- kin ' s IVCF is a member of Inter- Varsity nationwide and inter -nationally is a part of International Fellowship of Evangelical Students. IV was started in the fall of 1984 and has grown strong more every year. They took part in UR- BANA ' 87 Missions Conference which was attended by 18,000 college students. The faculty advisors are Dr. and Mrs. Ron YaDeau. Some of the members of Millikin ' s Inter- Varsity, front row, from left to right: Ellen Tanis, Carol Doniek, Sarah Whitt, Large- Group Coordinator; Michael Potts, President; Linda Fleener, Sec. Treas.; Becky Josefson, Small Group Coordinator; Jonna Griffis, David Wright, and Beth Bellant. Row 2, from left to right: Kathryn Tanis, Jeff Nelson, Bob Bergland, Tammy Fletcher, Trish Wilner, Kathy Swihart, Lisa Anderson, and Kevin Wilson. Row 3, from left to right: Laura Nelson, Jeanette Mills, Jeff Keirmas, Craig Galatjeff Smith, Kay Allen, Kristine Lasco, and Jennifer Rogers. Unable to be in the picture: Mark Lyons, Small Group Coordinator. Ahpkx Spsifon Veha AED acts primarily as a support group for pre -professional students. It stimulates an appreciation of pre -professional education and promotes interaction between students and established health care professionals. An active member of Alpha Epsilon Delta is a student who had completed at least three semesters of pre -professional work with the minimum scholastic requirements as de- scribed in the Constitution, who has been initiated into the Society by an active chap- ter, paid the national membership fee and has been enrolled in the official records of the national office. The members of AED are, front row, left to right: Christy Smith, Historian; Jackie Brown, Vice-President; Lisa Dammtman, President; Dome Cmilkki, Secretary; and Norm Rokosz, T reasurer. Back row, left to right: Cathy Ciesie ski, Jeff ' Thompson, Doug French, Dr. Baird, Tim Miller, Michelle DeWerff and Kai Schwartz. ' Eioim and The Newman Club ' s purpose is to give Roman Catholic students a chance to continue practicing their faith and to meet and make friends with other students of similar interests and beliefs. Membership is open to all Catholic students, whether on campus or in the community. Weekly and Holy Day masses on campus, as well as a van service to an off- campus mass, confession times and counseling by a local priest, a special mass with the bishop, service projects, and social activities are all part of the friendship offered within the Newman Club. Some members of the Newman Club, at left, front row, from left to right: Bob Bergland, Liturgy Director-Jennifer Hake, Secretary; Fr. Carl Kemme, Chaplain; Michele Ianni, President; and Cyndi Wells, Publicity Chair. Row 2: Margaret Foran, Sandy Pasquesi, and Patty Reid. Row 3; Angie Plasschaert, Tony Carton, and Margaret Doak. SiSteJis in Gtest Brothers and Sisters in Christ is a nondenominational organization 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 right, some members of B.A.S.I.C.: In front, Shannon McCalla — Presi- dent, Standing from left to right: Connie Stoops and Deann Leach. The corps is comprised of outstanding students selected by the Office of orientation and Reten - tion to assist as University hosts, particularly during summer registration and orientation, homecoming and other events where many guests are on campus. Those selected students are to extend information about the University and its policies, and also have the responsibility of making each guest feel a welcome addition to the Millikin community. ■J® m - „c or uv The following organizations are pictured but due to the lack of information, we are unable to inform you about these organizations. Front row, from left to right: Christopher Ro- jek, Kerry Anne Lupher, and Jeff Geary. Row 2: Kristin Hale, Michelle Rolseth, Pat Wood- ruff and Noble Thompson. Row 3: Dr. Ed- ward Yonan, Jennifer Trice, and Bob McAu- lay. 116 Front row, left to right: Keith Michaels, Christopher Rojek, Graig Galat, Connie Stoops, Jennifer Hake, and Dr. Edward A. Yonan, advisor. Row 2, left to right: Jeff Geary and Deann Leach Onda o j Ckega Your membership to this organization is based on greek participation and grade point average. The advisor is Miss Kay Powell, Greek Affairs Director. Officers for this year were Julie Moser (President), Janine Pel key (V . Pres.) and Lisa Hoffman (Sec. Treas). Some members of Order of Omega are pictured at left, front row, left to right: Darlene Glow, Julie Moser, Bill Tolone, and Kim McLaughlin. Row 2, left to right: Karen Cannell, Mary Beth Jaskowiak, Cari McCaffrey, Jeanette Pope, and Kimberly Stover. Row 3, from left to right: Karla Camillo, Michele Ianni, Janine Pelkey, Ellen Niebrugge, and Lisa Hoffman. Ih-SoQXQtxt Society This organization has been active on M.U. ' s campus since 1983. They have speakers dealing various areas of life and study. Then they discuss topics presented. They also discuss books of interest. The-Socratic Society have taken trips to Chicago, the University of Illinois, Eastern Illinois Universi- ty, etc., to listen to various speakers. Some members are Chris- topher Rojek, Rob King, Keith Michaels, president; Craig Galat, secretary; Jeff Geary, v. p.; Jennifer Trice, and Dr. Edward A. Yonan. Row 2: Dr. Adell, Daen Alger, Peggy Verrill, Michelle Rolseth, Becky Josef son, and Jodi Alger. Row 3: Lee Brooke, Grant Shockey, Betty J. Meador, Rosalie Rich- ardson, Dave Richardson, Roy Pritts, and Karol Richardson 117 aw Sigma Zeta is a national honorary organization limited to outstanding students of mathematics and science. Members must present a paper on some phase of science, and must maintain a 2.1 ' 5 cumulative grade point average with a 3.0 average in science courses. Some of the members of Sigma Zeta are pictured in front of Scovil Science Building at left. The men in front are, from left to right: Tim Miller, Dr. Wilkinson, and Steve Chamberlin. The women in back, from left to right are: Alecia Metzler, Cathy Johnson, Cheryl Rawdon, and Melissa Tracy. Oiex 0 igauizQttows at fAi). Editors Note: The MILLIDEK would like to extend our sincere apologies to all of those organizations that had their pictures ruined in the developing process. We appreci- ate those groups that were very cooperative with us when they had their second photo taken. However, we are terribly sorry to those organizations that for one reason or another did not have their picture re -taken. We hope that in the future these problems will not occur and that some day we will be able to picture every organizations at M.U. Our apologies to RHO LAMBDA, STUDENT SCHOLARS ASSOCIATION, BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES CLUB, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION, PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA, and PANHELLENIC COUNCIL. We are sure there were more and we hope that in the future we can avoid these mix-ups. And now for a listing of other organizations that Millikin has to offer. ALPHA PSI OMEGA —President Dorlisa Martin and Faculty Advisor Brian Zoldessy Alpha Psi Omega is an honorary dramatic fraternity open to all students. Persons qualify through participation in theatrical productions. ALPHA TAU DELTA — President LeeAnn Schmidt, Vice-President Penny Beach, Secretary Kim Yarnell, Treasurer Kathy Heer, Pledge Trainer Luanne Gaitros, and Historian Karen Hays. Faculty advisors are Isabel Norton and Linda Stevens. ATD is a professional fraternity which limits its membership to a specific field of professional education, in accredited colleges and universities offering courses leading to a recognized degree of BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing). ATD promotes pro- fessional competence and achievement. Membership is open to all nursing majors beginning their sophomore year, and who have a minimum GPA of 2.3. AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION - President Jane Vopicka, Vice-President David Samples, Social Chairperson Chad Strader, Treasurer Patricia Woodruff, and Secretary Shawn Hearn. Faculty Advisor is Dr. James Browne. ASP A is an organization for Personnel Management majors as well as other business majors who are interested in the Human Resource field. ASP A will help you to make professional contacts, find jobs, and become more familiar with the personnel field. BEHA VIORAL SCIENCES CLUB — President Michelle Jones, Vice- President Lisa Wojcik, Secretary Jacki Siwek, and Treasurer Lisa Brum. Faculty Advisor is Dr. Renee Verry. The Behavioral Sciences Club is a recently formed organization for students with an interest in the behavioral sciences. Our purpose is to enhance interest in social sciences by offering learning experiences in the form of community agency visits and social activities. Membership is open to all students with an interest in the be- havioral sciences. " OLLAGE — Co- Editors David Wright and Kim McLaughlin. Faculty Advisor is Dr. Dan Guillory. Collage is the literary magazine that allows Millikin ' s finest to display their works. DECATURIAN — Editor Nathan Denton and Faculty adviser Dr. James McDonald. The Decaturian is the award -winning newspaper of Millikin University. Those joining the staff receive experience in news reporting, photography, design, business and other aspects of journalism. Writing and participating on the staff is an excellent way to become acquainted with administration, faculty and students. It is also valuable experience for the future and contributes to a complete resume. FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES - Faculty Advisors are Merle Chapman and Tom Jensen. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a non- denominational organization set up to provide fellowship and organizational activities for Christian athletes. We pride ourselves on serving God, not only in our respec- tive sports, but also in our lives away from competitive interaction. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL — President Troy Kitner and Faculty Advisor Kay Powell. The Inter fraternity Council exists to develop leadership for the male greek system, provide a forum for new ideas, offer leadership development workshops, and assist member chapters in reaching their potential. They also provide services to individual fraternity chapters that are new or weak, plan and coordinate events within the male Greek system and plan and coordinate joint projects with the Panhel- lenic Council. IFS 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 representatives and the president from each member chapter. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION - Faculty Advisor Dr. Thomas McQuistion MUSIC EDUCATOR ' S NATIONAL CONFERENCE — President Amy Dexter and Faculty Advisor Dr. Russell Tiede. The Music Educator ' s National Conference is an organization 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 activities 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 national organization. The Music Educator ' s National Conference attends the Illinois Music Educator ' s Association ' s All State Conference each year. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL — President Tammy Easterly ( ZTA ), Vice-President Joy Elliott (AXO), Julie Moser Secretary (DDD ), and Treasurer Bobette Carley ( PBP). Faculty Advisor is Kay Powell. 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- affiliated women. PHI ALPHA THETA — Faculty Advisor is Dr. Stephen Dodge. Phi Alpha Theta is an international history honorary society. The society recognizes excellence in history and acts as a professional organization by promoting history through encouraging research, teaching excellence, publication, and learning exchange. PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA — President Frank Tieri and Faculty Advisor James Moyer. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national organization 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 America, to create true fraternal spirit among its members, to aid students of music, and to give loyalty to the school. PHI KAPPA LAMBDA — President Aldo Mancinelli and Secretary Judith Mancinelli RHO LAMBDA — President Blythe Holmes, Vice-President Darlence Glow, Secretary Karla Camillo and Treasurer Robin Beatty. Faculty Advisor is Kay Powell. 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 23. 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 loyal- ty. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA — President Leah Knobloch, Vice-President Robin Ball, Recording Secretary Carol Doniek, Corresponding Secretary Cathi Edmison, Treasurer Ann Zamboni, Social Chair Mary Ongjoco and Chaplain Lisa Ramer. Faculty Advisors is Tina Nicholson. Sigma Alpha Iota is a national professional music fraternity for women. SAI is an active group on Millikin ' s campus, boasting over forty members. The purpose of the organization is to raise musical standards among women at Mil- likin and to promote interaction between its members who share a commitment to music. Millikin ' s chapter hooted the 1988 Province Day on April 16. STUDENT SCHOLARS ASSOCIATION — President John B. Voss, vice- President Kathryn Tanis, Treasurer Kevin Turner, Secretary Martha Gulick, Social Chair Ellen Tanis, Newsletter Chairs Tammy Fletcher and Tina White and Publicity Chair Tami Wallace. Administrative liaison is Dr. Mildred Boaz and Advisor is Mr. Walter Wessel. Has been active on the campus since the fall of 1985. Members must maintain a 3-2 cumulative g.p.a. The organization sponsors various service projects, such as sponsoring Project Read here on campus. Various social activities for the members are also sponsored. M.A.S.H. The Millikin Alumni Student Host Program is designed to foster good relations between alumni and current students. Students participating in the M.A.S.H. unit are selected by the Alumni and Parent Relations Office. They assist the Alumni Board with its various activities surrounding homecoming, alumni weekend and Summer View as well as Fall Family Weekend. HOSPITALITY CORPS — The corps is comprised of outstanding students selected by the Office of Orientation and Retention to assist as University hosts, particularly during summer registration and orientation, homecoming and other events where many guests are on campus. Those selected students are to extend information about the University and its policies, and also have the responsibility of making each guest feel a welcome addition to the Millikin community. ORIENTATION COMMISSION — The Orientation Commission is a student- faculty group that serves in and advisory capacity to the Coordinator of Orientation con- cerning the entire orientation program. The commission ensures integration and continuity in the three phases of the program, including summer orientation and registration, freshman camp, and the orientation course. The group chooses the overall Co-chairpersons, selects the Freshman Camp counselors, and serves as the executive council for Freshman Camp. Students are chosen through the Student Senate petitioning process. There are usually two juniors, two sophomores, and a freshman who serve on the commission for a minimum of 2 years. M.E.I.E.A. The Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association is an organization open to all Millikin students, no matter what major, who exhibit a desire to further the aims of the organizations. SPSGLA Mittikin University and the students of M.U. are very involved throughout the city and county with philanthropic activities. The many sororities, fraternities, and organizations such as Alpha Phi Omega and Circle K are very much involved in the philanthropic activates. One such activity that Mittikin and its students plays host to is Central Illinois Area 10 Special Olympics. This year the event was hosted at newly renovated Frank M. Lindsay Field on April 30, 1988 with several Mittikin students helping the festivities go smoothly. The Central Illinois Special Olympics is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council +577, Macon County Association for Development ally Disabled and Decatur Recreation Department. The Mistress of Ceremonies for the day was WAND Newsperson Julie Moore. The Millidek would like to encourage anyone that is interested in volunteering their time and energy in the name of Special Olympics, please do so by contacting any of the three sponsor listed above. During the opening ceremonies a special song commemorating the Special Olympian was sung by the song ' s composer, Tina Olson and the MILLIDEK is happy to bring to you this special song (appears on the next page). After the torch was lit everyone gathered around for the presentation of the special awards such as The Joe Arganbright Memorial Award for the " Meet Olympian ' ; the Volunteer of the Year award - Anne Menz, and the Special Olympic Coach of the Year. One of the five 1988 Torch Bearers Sarah Camden and Tim Dawson, a couple of volunteers for the day with a couple of good friends. Mike 0 ' Brien, another volunteer is behind them. Mistress of Ceremonies ■ Julie Moore, WAND Newsperson introduces all of the special guests on hand. 120 ZETA Volunteer Jo Gordon pauses for a picture with her special buddy. One of the Olympians gives his shot at the Standing Long Jump Angte Henry, Carrie Wonczecki and Debra Augustyn share their day with some Olympians. Blythe Holmes has a nice talk with an Olympian. " Reflections of a Special Olympian " Today ' s a special day for athletes everywhere. A time to show the people how much we really care The Special Olympics promise is one I want to share. For it ' s not the gold or silver, but the love that is so rare. CHORUS: I can soar like an eagle. I can run like the wind. I will do my very best to show you what ' s within. I may not always win, but I ' ll always try -you see: At Special Olympics, I ' m just proud to be me. The races will be held and the medals handed out, But we all go home a winner . . . That ' s what it ' s all about. ( repeat chorus ) 121 l rfg ai r£J " g Millikin University ' s School of Nursing has been awarded continuing accreditation by the National League of Nursing. According to Dr. Linda Niedreinghaus, dean of the School of Nursing, the school has been accredited for the maximum period of eight years. The National League of Nursing is made up of faculty members from other nursing schools. They com- piled a 350-page report on the students, faculty, curriculum, and the university ' s facilities. Then, a six -member board of review for the NLN determined that the Millikin School of Nursing would receive accreditation through the year 1995. Some of the items reviewed by the NLN, Niedreinghaus said, were the five speciality areas of nursing: medical- surgical, maternity, community health, pediatric, and psychiatric. The faculty must h ave the appropriate degrees for their areas of specialty. The School of Nursing also have sufficient financial support from the University as well as adequate classroom and office space. Other determinations made by the NLN include the diligence of the faculty and students, the clinical facili- ties in the community, faculty contributions to the health care of the community, and the financial sta- bility of the University. The Millikin School of Nursing boasts a 95 percent student pass rate compared to a 90 percent national average. Dr. Niedringhaus stated that the School of Nursing also maintains a 100 percent career place- ment rate. Millikin ' s School of Nursing is one of 24 nationally approved programs in Illinois. Niedreinghaus believes that the accrediation will " definitely increase enrollment. More attention is given to accredited schools, especially those with a baccalaureate program. A nursing school needs this national recognition to recru it more students and show that it is keeping up with new trends. " With the growing number of minority students on Millikin ' s campus, the Black Emphasis Association is reestablishing a strong reputation and increasing student awareness. Although things seem to be running smoothly now, this was not the case at the beginning of the semester. BEA member Jameen Edwards said the BEA house had been used as a storage facility during the summer months and was not ready for use until a month into the semester. " We were really upset about the condition of the house and the fact that some members of the faculty didn V seem to care, but it all came together with a lot of hard work from the members, " Edwards said. BEA member Chris Thomas said that the organization is planning to become involved with the local community by tutoring high school students as well as aiding in the recruitment of students from a variety of backgrounds. " We hope we can enhance the campus by bringing in students from different parts of the country rather than just the small towns and suburbs of Illinois. It ' 11 be better for the campus as a whole, " Thomas said. The organization currently meets every Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. 122 D r . PaulDor- sey, assis- tant professor of management information sys- tems at Millikin University, has been se- lected to join a team of professionals in office auto- mation and information sys- tems to visit China May 25 -June 15 as part of the Citizen Ambassa- dor Program of People to People Inter- national. The delegation will visit cor- porate offices, research centers and insti- tutes in Beijing, Chengdu, Nanjing, Shanghai and Hong Kong and participate in formal and informal information exchanges and discussions with professional counterparts. Dr. Dorsey ' s participation if funded by grants from Millikin ' s faculty development program and from funds donated to Millikin ' s Tabor School of Business and Engineering by the James S. Kemper Foundation. William H. Hudnut III, mayor of Indianapolis, will deliver the address at Millikin University commencement ceremonies and the Rev. Dr. Arvid W. Adell, Griswold distinguished professor of philosophy at the University, will speak at baccalaureate services. Baccalaureate will be May 22 at 10 a.m. in Kirkland Vine Arts Center and commencement will be at 2 that afternoon in Fairview Park ' s large pavilion. Hudnut was first elected mayor in 1975 and is now serving an unprecedented fourth consecutive term. During his tenure, Indianapolis has achieved widespread acclaim and attention because of its successful urban redevelopment and revitalization. " Cityship on Two Tracks " is the title of his address. He will be awarded an honorary doctor of law degree. Hudnut is past president of the National Conference of Republican Mayors and Municipal Fleeted Officials, the National League of Cities, the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns, and the Indiana Republican Mayors Association. An honor graduate from Princeton in 1954, he graduated from Union Theological Seminary, summa cum laude, in 1957. Dr. Adell ' s address is titled " You Never Know for Sure. ' " He is an ordained Presbyterian minister and is part-time pastor of Bethlehem Presbyterian Church. Before coming to Millikin in 1970, he was pastor of United Methodist Church in Wakefield, R.I., and Edgewater Convenant Church in Chicago. In 1987 Dr. Adell was named Griswold Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, a two-year appoint- ment which provides for a reduced teaching assignment and support for professional research and study. He is completing work on two books, case- study approaches to various problems tn the philosophy of religion, and moral issues such as euthanasia, genetic engineering, abortion and business ethics. A graduate of Augustana College, he earned a master of divinity degree from North Park Theological Seminary and a PH.D. degree from the Boston University. He has done additional graduate study at Edinburgh (Scotland) University. supported the University in several ma]or capital campaigns ager, said A family with a long relationship with Millikin University and a philanthropic foundation that ha are recipients of James Millikin Awards presented by the University. Recognized were members of the Mueller family, descendants of Decatur entrepreneur Hieronymous Mueller who was founder of the Mueller Co., a world leadei manufacturing of gas and water flow control devices. Also honored was the Kresge foundation which is headquartered in Troy, Mich. The Mueller family has had a continuing relationship with the University since Hieronymus Mueller ' s son Adolph served on the University ' s board of ma Millikin President Dr. J. Roger Miller who presented the awards. Most recently, family members contributed 1 190,000 to endow operation of the Mueller Conference Center and to create a Mueller Family Museum at the conference center on Lake Decatur. The center, given to the University by Mueller Co. late in 1986, includes a lodge on a 12- acre tract formerly known as Mueller Heights. On hand for the presentation Friday night at the center were John Mueller of Naples, Fla., and Jane Mueller and Henry Staley of Decatur, all great-grandchildren of Hieronymous Mueller. In presenting the award to the Kresge Foundation, Dr. Miller cited its challenge grants which aided in construction ofKirkland Fine Arts Center and Griswold Physical Education Center, construction of Staley Library as part of a later campaign and the renovation of Liberal Arts Hall as part of a recent $20 Million campaign. Foundation gifts to the three campaigns totaled $375,000. Foundation President John E. Marshall II! was unable to attend the presentation but expressed his appreciation for the award in a letter to Dr. Miller " On behalf of the Trustees and my staff colleagues at the Kresge Foundation, I wish to express our appreciation in having been selected to receive the James Millikin Award, " Mar- shall wrote. " It has been our most recent pleasure to have joined you in the important project of renovating Liberal Arts Hall. While our grants are supposed to challenge the raising of additional sums to complete a project, this on, has clearly succeed . . Thank you for the opportunity ti, participate in a project which will assist Millikin University in carrying out its important role in higher education ... " The Kresge Foundation is an independent, private foundation created by personal gifts of Sebastian S. Dresge. It awards more than $40 million annually to charitable organizations. 123 College of Arts and Sciences Behavioral Science Award For the graduating senior with a 3.60 grade point average and at least a 3.75 grade point average in major Kathleen A. Ryan Biology Honors Award For an outstanding biology major ]acaueline Brown Clyde Dennis Award For outstanding For contributions to the University and the biology department Patricia Wilner John and Ula Leighty Research Awards For outstanding research in biology Blythe Homes Alica Melzer Lizbeth Mundy Alpha Epsilon Delta Award For outstanding contributions to the pre- professional organization Lisa Dammerman American Chemical Society Award in Analytical Chemistry For an outstanding junior chemistry major who has demonstrated talent and ability in analytical chemistry Steven Chamberlin American Institute of Chemists Award For an outstanding senior majoring in chemistry Janet Varvil Chemical Rubber Company Prize For the highest grade point average in general chemistry Richard C. Beckwith Dr. and Mrs. William F. Henderson Prizes For the best essays concerning applications in chemistry or other evidence of excellence in the field Charlene Dolly Scott Fletcher Janet Varvil Carl and Lucile Weatherbee Chemistry Prizes For the chemistry students who have made outstanding contributions to the University Cathy Johnson Dr. Everett J. Brown Prize For Excellence in debate and forensics Lisa Hensley Dr. Mrs. WJ. Darby Prize For an outstanding senior speech major Kimberly LeCrone Conant Society Achievements Award Conant Society Achievements Award for the English major who has maintained the highest scholastic average David Wright Grace Patten Conant Writing Award For Literary Interpretation Tasneem Ziauddin Grace Patten Conant Writing Award For Literary Creation + Robert Bergland Phi Delta Kappa Prospective Teacher Award For a student demonstrating scholarship, commitment , and potential as a future teacher Lesa Kraus Stucbrt Department of Foreign Languages Linguistic Excellence Award Gregory M. Zinkl Department of Foreign Languages Literary Criticism Prize Michael Potts Margaret Burkhardt Johnson Prize For the outstanding senior in Foreign language Gaye Sims Mathematics and Computer Science Award For an outstanding junior or senior majoring in either mathematics or computer science DeEtte Major Thomas W. and Mary R. Adney Memorial Award For an outstanding junior student in pre -law Garnet Varvel T.W. Samuels Award For an outstanding student in pre -law Scott Fletcher Rev. Robert S. and Doris Stewart Prize in Religion For the best research paper in a religion class Jeff Geary College of Fine Arts School of Music Dean ' s Honor Award For a senior member of Sigma Alpha lota who possesses attributes of musicianship, scholarship and leadership Erin Keith Sigma Alpha Iota Honor Certificate For the senior chapter member with the highest scholastic average Lori McMaster Society of Pi Kappa Lambda Honor Certificates To freshmen and sophomores with outstanding musical and scholarly achievement Faith E. Dallh Andrew S. Grobengieser David J. Hardy Richard Rischar Laura Sullivan Ann Zmaboni -Avoids Pi Kappa Lambda Outstanding Senior Award For a senior with outstanding scholarship, musicianship and contributions Douglas Ashcraft Society of Pi Kappa Lambda Memberships For excellence in musicianship and scholarship Michael A. Benshish Karen M. Ferguson Patrick Francis Erin Keith Brian Telford Alice Herren Ayars Award For an outstanding piano student Doug as Ashcraft Mary B. Merris Awards For the outstanding voice students on the basis of excellence and achievement Erin Keith Dianna Miles Winifred St. Clair Minturn Award To the senior selected for excellence in performance and the musical life of the University Mark Lyons Wilna Moffett Award For the outstanding senior keyboard performer Douglas Ashcraft 124 Presser Scholarship For outstanding scholarship, musicianship and personal integrity Cathyrn Edmison Woodwind, Brass and Percussion Honors Award For an outstanding senior instrumental music student John Huntoon Clarence Derwent Drama Awards Excellence in directing for Pipe Dreams John King Steve Schiller Joan Grabowski Memorial Awards For excellence in theatrical design and technical achievement Scott Baker Kristin L. Prior Dr. L.C. McNabb Memorial Awards For outstanding contributions to the theatre arts Keith Kincaid Kari Gorz Millikin Women ' s Association Awards For scholarship, service and interest in professional studies Janet Collins Margaret Doak Cathryn Edmison Glenda Gullion Michele Ianni Cathy Johnson Kim McLaughlin Johanna Metzler Karyn M. Schwab Ellen Tanis Ralph and Ellen Allan Big Blue Award For the sophomore and junior physical education major who excels scholastically and in intercollegiate athletics Jennifer Rheeling Harold Bird Swimming Award For an outstanding swimmer Rodney Miller Daniel J. and Elinor Gage Student Activities Awards For a senior with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.75 who have made meaningful contributions to campus activities Douglas F. Bales Judith M. Hand Jere C. Mickel Human Relations Award For the student who has contributed the most during the year to furthering of human relations at Millikin University Celestine Johnson Walter Witt Award For the outstanding junior selected by the chair of the physical education department, athletic director and the dean of admissions Jeffrey Monken Alpha Lambda Delta Senior Book Awards To graduating seniors with the highest grade point averages who are members of the freshmen- sophomore scholastic honorary Scholastic honorary Anne- Marie Proske Erin Ritts Michael G. Zachman J. Ben Wand Prizes For excellence in acting Karen Olson Roger Seyer Debbie Simmons Dorothy Sellers Art Awards For outstanding art students Diane Michel Hilda Wiesenmeyer School of Nursing Decatur Memorial Hospital Award A cash recognition award to the academically outstanding senior nursing major as selected by the Dean of the School of Nursing Stephanie Beever Dortha F. Dean Nursing Award For an outstanding nursing student interested in public health or school nursing Jean Taylor Macon County Medical Auxiliary Award For the Academically outstanding junior nursing major Doris Malone Tabor School of Business and Engineering Glen Smith Award For the outstanding senior from the Tabor School of Business and Engineering Michael T. Voeller Glen Smith Scholarship Award For the outstanding junior from the Tabor School of Business and Engineering Stephen R. Seifert Magna Millikin National Bank Awards For outstanding student majoring in business Senior - Dirk E. Pollitt Junior - Christopher J. Enge Sophomore - Patrick M. Garrett Freshman - Steven J. Boyce John H. Crocker Memorial Award For the outstanding degree candidates in the Tabor School of Business and Engineering LeAnne Stack Kevin R. Turner John B. Voss Wall Street Journal Award For an outstanding student in the Tabor School of Business and Engineering Paula S. Keller Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship Award For the Tabor School of Business and Engineering senior fraternity member with the highest scholastic average Michael G. Zachman Peat Marwick Main Prizes Established by the Decatur CPA firm of Murphey, Jenne Jones, a predecessor of Peat Marwick, Main, awarded to seniors for excellence in accounting Gerald W. Benton Denise D. Hamell Steve M. Spent Omicron Delta Kappa Dr. J. Roger Miller Leadership Award For the senior member of the Society who best exemplifies the superior qualities of academic excellence and leadership Anne- Marie Proske Phi Kappa Phi JMS Award For the best final paper project submitted by a junior or senior James Millikin Scholar David Hagerman Karen DeWerff Stiner McGee-Howard Award For an outstanding junior engineering student Steven A. McKenzie George P. Wilson Memorial Fund Awards For outstanding freshman and sophomore engineering students Freshman - Matthew J. Freeman Sophomore ■ Brian J. Kanallakan Maragret Sparks Award For an outstanding junior woman business major Amy J. Cook American Society for Quality Control John Henry Award For an outstanding senior industrial engineering student from Central Illinois Karen DeWerff Stiner Paul R. Winn Memorial Scholarship For an outstanding sophomore or junior marketing major Richard A. McKirahan American Marketing Association Outstanding Marketing Student Awards for achievement in the field of marketing James A. Frank ■ St. Louis Chapter Paula S. Keller - St. Louis Chapter Stephanie A. Emerson ■ Central Illinois Chapter Sangamon Valley Chapter of the National Association of Accountants For outstanding accounting majors whose academic performance and service to NAA is outstanding Colleen M. Luttrell Marci Reeve University Awards Central Chapter of Illinois Society of Certified Public Accountants Award For a junior accounting major selected on the basis of scholarship, personality, service, activities and promise in the field of accounting Janet Collins Data Processing Management Association Award For the outstanding senior computer information systems major in the Tabor School of Business and Engineering Michael G. Zachman American Institute of Plant Engineers Awards For outstanding engineering students in the Tabor School of , Business and Engineering Joseph D. Perry Brian K. Lockwood Major Thomas G. Storey Citizenship Award For an outstanding senior engineering student John H. Marshall American Association of University Women Scholarship For an outstanding junior woman. Awarded annually since 1955 Cathryn Edmison Scovill Prizes For scholarship, personality and citizenship with major weight given to scholarship Martha Gulick Stacy Hoult Kathleen Ryan Stephen Seifert William Tolone Kevin Turner John Voss Lisa Wojcik N0HQJlS 123 Honoraries Alpha Lambda Delta Senior Certificates Certificates awarded to members of the society who have maintained a 3-5 grade average for four years Yvonne Bauer Jerry + Benton Jacqueline Brown Lisa Dammerman Amy Dexter Karen M. Ferguson Darlene Glow David Gregory Cleeste Huttes Kristine Lasco DeEtte Major Cari McCaffrey Lori McMaster Melissa Neville Sue Palter Anne- Marie Proske Denise Reeder Erin Rittes Amy Runkle Leeann Schmidt Steve M. Spent Karen DeWerff Stiner Paul Taylor Brian Telfore Roschelle Vickroy Michael Zachman Alpha Lambda Delta A national honor society which honors freshmen who earned a 3 J or better grade point average based on one of two semesters in college Julia L. Allison Holly E. Altemus Dorinda Ashinhurst Holly Auten Janet Ballard Melisa Becherer Richard C. Beckwith Christopher M. Bee son Lisa A. Bernhardt Brian R. Best Scott A. Bils Keith D. Blue Gayle M. Bork Leslie A. Miller Beth A. Boston Jeannette A. Mills John M. Bowen Kelly V. Morsa Steven J. Boyce Lauria E. Morthland Jay ma L. Branch Richard E. Moss Margaret Brennan s • HI 11 ' 1 Gina Mulhnk Sarah K. Camden Timothy C. Perfue Julie D. Carlson Angela M. Plasschaert Melanie Cray Kritin L. Prior Derek L. Clark Lisa S. Ramer Michael S. Coffman Troy K. Redfern btacey Collins Karmen L. Pr Riggs Kimberly J. Conaer Jennifer A. Rogers Andrew S. Crowley Jodi L. Schilling Kent Cabbage Angela L. Schleuter Loretta L. Curry Elizabeth A. Schmehling Tanya Cyrulik Geoffrey A. Schoonovcer Faith E. Dahl Kathleen M. Schwab Shelley A. Dammann Jennifer L. Scott Monica DeWerff Donald W. Sevier Jon T. Dees Tami L. Smith Eeidra Dorn Jeffrey L. Soltermann Tim T. Eimermann Douglas A. States Rhonda Epps Sandy K. Stevens Shauna Fisher Meghan C. Stewart Denise M. Fogle Janine R. Stock Felecia M. Forsyth Bryan D. Tilly Scott D. Ganyo Cathryn A. Torgerson Tobin B. Grabs Kathrine A. Tsakonas Heather M. Grier Jill M. Wagner Andre S. Grobengieser Tamela Wallace John R. Guthrie Renee D. Weller David J, Hardy Cheryl A. Wille Teresa J. Harvey Tammy L. Wiser Laura M. Haseley Carrie A. Wonczecki James F. Heal Gregory M. Zinkl Janet R. Heinie Anna- Marie Zurlinden David P. Hentrich Scott F. Inman Omicron Delta Kappa Dawn M. Jackson National leadership honorary for juniors and Timothy M. Kane seniors recognizing leadership of exceptional Lynnae Kapp quality and versatility Karla R. Kenney Lyntete Baker Beverly L. Knox Douglas F. Bales Kimberly A. Kuhr Dan Becker Thomas A. LaBuda, Jr. Keri Bing Brian P. Lee Connie Jo Bland Arlene V. Lexzczewicz Beth Brown Michael D. Marsaglia Karla Camilla 126 Robert Case of their class, and to seniors who have at least a William Tonlone Anna Roas Contarino 3-25 grade point average and rank in the upper Kevin R. Trner Lisa Dammerman one- eighth of the graduating class. Hilda Wiesenmeyer Cathryn Edmison Scott Ahaus David Wright Scott Fletcher Douglas Ashcraft Mchael G. Zachman James A. Frank Michael A. Benshish Martha Gulick Stephanie Beever Judith M. Hand Jacqueline Brown Lisa Hoffman Debra Collins Michele Ianni Janet Collins 1987-88 Who ' s Who Among Students in Eric Keith Jeffrey Cook Paul a S. Keller Lisa Dammerman American Universities and colleges Lesa Kraus Margaret Doak Students are chosen on the basis of scholarship, Kristine Lasco Christopher J. Enge parti scholarship, participation and leadership in Collene M. Luttrell Patrick Francis academic activities, citizenship and service to the John H. Marshall Darlene Glos University, participation and leadership in Dorlisa Martin David Gregory extracurricular activities, and promise of future Steven A. McKenzie Martha Gulick usefulness Kim McLaughlin Denise D. Halell Douglas F. Bales Julie Moser Karen Hays Dan Becker Laura Nelson Ann- Marie Hillyer Connie Jo Bland Melissa Neville Stacy Hoult Jacqueline Brown Jeanette Pope Celeste Huttes Karla Camillo Anne- Marie Proske DeEtte Major Carla J. Cline Patricia Reid Cari McCaffrey Anne Rose Contarino Erin Ritte Steven McKenzie Lisa Dammerman Amy Runkly Lori McMaster Martha Gulick Karyn M. Schwab Alicia Melzer Judith M. Hand Stephen R. Seifert Laura Nelson Brian Horst Mark Shaner Melissa Neville Stacy Goult Karen DeWerff Stiner Ellen Niebrugge Paula S. Keller Kimberly Stover Linda Nieders Jay H. Marshll Kathleen M. Swihart Sue Palter John H. Marshall Ellen Tanis Jennifer Parks Dorlisa Martin Brian Telford Amy Pierce Steven A. McKenzie Eric Thomas Anne- Marie Proske Lori McMaster William Tolone Denise Reeder Julie Moser Kevin R. Turner Erin Rilts Melissa Neville Tom Velek Susan Rous Sue Palter Michael T. Voel ler Amy Runkle Jeanette Pope John B. Voss Kathleen A. Ryan Annie- Marie Proske Patricia Wilner Leeann Schmidt Amy Runkle Kevin Wilson Brenda Shriver Karyn DeWerff Stiner Lisa Wojcik Stephen R. Siefert Kathleen M. Swihart Steve M. Spent Eric Thomas Phi Kappa Phi Karen DeWerff Stiner Kevin R. Turner A national collegiate honor society limited to John Stricklin Michael T. Voeeller juniors who have at least a 3 .5 cumulative grade Jill Stroud Lisa Wojcik point average and rank in the upper five percent Brian Telford Michael G. Zachman 127 Participants in the Soviet Union Tour with Dr. Provan were: Tahnee Ahlvers, Lynette Baker, Yvonne Bauer, Jacqueline Brown, Jennifer Brown, Timothy Cramer, Erin Doherty, Margaret Foran, Leslie Glibert, Robyn Gledhill, Gena Goode, Juith Hand, Mark Kirkbabas, Dorlisa Martin, Heather McEvoy, Kimberly McLaughlin, Brenda Mikyska, Megan Mong, Teresa Myers, Todd Neumann, Travis Owen, Stephanie Price, Donald Purviance, Joseph Roesch, Susan Ryan, Mr. Gregg Smith, Todd Smith, Jeffrey Thompson, Thomas Velek, and Dr. J. Graham Provan, faculty sponsor. Itinerary January 9, 1988: Depart New York for Moscow, via Frankfurt January 10 -January 12: Moscow January 13 -January 15: Leningrad January 16: Depart Leningrad for New York, via Frankfurt 128 Sv isd uou went iW 7 e Millidek hopes that you have enjoyed the trip just as much as all of those who were actually there. We would like to thank Gena Goode for loaning us pic- tures for use as postcards and we would like to take this opportunity to explain the pictures. Beginning on page 128 and working through, picture 1: Changing the guard by Lenin ' s tomb; 2: Cosmos hotel - Moscow- where all trip partici- pants lived; 3; St. Basil Cathe- dral built during the reign of Ivan the Terrible; 4: Mosaic on the ceiling of one of Moscow ' s beautiful subways; 5: Lenin ' s tomb in Moscow; 6: Statue of Peter the Great in Leningrad; 76: Tahnee Ahlvers standing in front of Pushkin, a palace in Pushkin outside Leningrad; 8: Todd Smith, Kim McLauglin, Tim Cramer, Robyn Gledhill, and Jeff Thompson enjoy the sights; 9: One of the many beautiful statues that could be seen in the Moscow subway system; and 10: Statue at the war memorial in Leningrad commemorating the Great Patriotic War. SVQIMG ' EQEAK ' 88 Spowso ied by V.Q.K Those who took part in this year ' s festivities in Florida: BP Tim Armstrong Bart Barnes Jeri-Sue Beabout Cami Bizer Shannon Blair Cahd Bolin Craig Boren Bob Brown Mike Brummitt Brent Campbell Andy Dawrant Gregg DeVries Dennis Dunleavy Joseph Guin Senta Hamilton Rick Hensel Dawne Jackson Carrie Keifer Amy Keleher Krystal Kimmel Wendy Klendworth Charles Matz Cindy Mester Ellen Niebrugge Carol Norris Windy Olszewski Lance Peterson Jeanette Pope Barb Procarione Eric Proud David Schmit Joe Shrock Ben Shea Chad Strader Gary Swick David Thompson John Wagner Dani Waller Kelly Walls John Whitacre Linda White Steve Zuber Karen Smith -Chaperone Rae Ellen Mechling- Chaperone 130 131 Ooncat " Band Spiring PefL|yOManC£ . 4 The Millikin -Decatur Symphony Orchestra Dr. A. Wesley Tower-Director VIOLIN Georgia Hornbacker, Concertmaster Deonne Orvis, Associate Margery Wallace, principal 2nd Mario Mancinelli John Bielenberg Heather Grier Stephanie Polster Greg Grothoff Judy Mancinelli Lyn Schenbeck Joyce Ingalls Seante Robinson VIOLA Alfred Blickensderfer, Principal Greg Zinkl Dorothy Manicelli Pam Lockwood CELLO Harriet Williams, Principal Derek Clark Leslie Foote Mari-Lee Chambless DOU BLEB ASS Mark Dawson, Principal Mark Lewandowski Dale Olson FLUTE Mary Ellen Poole, Principal Lynnette Matuszewski Jayma Branch OBOE Tina Nicholson, Principal Kristy Smith Amy Davis CLARINET Mark Lyons, Principal Caren Catino Faith Dahl BASSOON Bruce Oman, Principal Bruce Gibbons Catherine McGuire, contra -bn FRENCH HORN Steve Schepper, Principal Cathy Edmison Michael Baier Philip Gregory TRUMPET Peter Harris, Principal Scott Ahaus Gary Kriz TROMBONE Gary Shaw, Principal John Huntoon Don Winzer TUBA Russell Tiede PIANO Ron YaDeau 111 TYMPANI James Mover, Principal PERCUSSION Jim Belk Ken Bensbish Ron Krause Brian McDermott Chuck Sansone Bill Dyche LIBRARIAN Greg Zinkl PROPERTY MANAGER Alex Coupe PERSONNEL MANAGER George Nagy GENERAL MANAGER Eunice Dansby The Millikin University Wind Ensemble Dr. Gary Shaw -Director ( Picture un - available ) FLUTE PICCOLO Ann Zamboni Anne- Marie Proske Lynnette Matuszewski Jayma Branch OBOE Amy Davis Kristie Smith Janet Heinie ENGLISH HORN Amy Davis CLARINET Mark Lyons Jamie Crawford Carol Doniek ■ Faith Dahl Caren Catino Lisa Kenn Jennifer Smith BASS CLARINET Kevin Daniels Gina Griffiths Keri Lupher BASSOON Cindy Siebert Bruce Gibbons Terry McTaggert TROMBONE John Huntoon SAXOPHONE Tim Dawson Glen West Kim Kuhr Jeff Miller Susan Kubala Jackie Donaldson Troy Peterson EUPHONIUM Philip Hash ■ TRUMPET Scott Ahaus TUBA Brian Telford Neal Campbell Gary Kriz Don Winzer Drew Crowley Michelle Stillman PERCUSSION Jim Belk FLUGELHORN Ron Krause Scott Ahaus Chuck Sansone Gary Tupper FRENCH HORN Cathi Edmison Brian McDermott Angela Schlueter tWexsity tyoaal Gnoups Millikin University Choir Selections 1988 Sanctus Johann S. Bach Ed. David Stacker Come Soothing Death Johann S. Bach Ed. Paul Christiansen Let Thy Holy Spirit Paul Tschesnokoff 0 Day Pull of Grace Weyse-Christiansen Choruses from " The Elijah " Felix Mendelssohn The King of Love My Shepherd Is Irish Hymn Melody Setting by John Ness Beck How Still He Rests Brent Pierce Hacia Belen va un borrico Spanish carol arr. Shaw j Parker Sing We Noel Noel Goemanne Praise God on a Golden Trumpet Gordon Young Time and Space Paul Christiansen Can ' t You Live Humble? Spiritual arr. Paul Christiansen Praise to the Lord German Chorale arr. F. Melius Christiansen tWeJisity CloiJi Front row, left to right: Amy Dexter, Mary Ongjoco, Laura Sullivan, Jill Wagner, Karen Fergurson, Beth Cubbison, Karen Carbray, Beth Pellant, Diane Zandstra, Raedon Norris, and Jonna Griffes. Row 2: Steve Full, Dina Byrd, Erin Keith, Joy Belt, Diana Miles, Kathy Beer, Lisa Ramer, Charla Minson, Stacey Swan, Ranel Greteback, Amy Fairchild, and Lisa Jauch. Row }: Eric Brzonkala, Brett Carroll, Greg Carlson, Keith Levell, Doug Ashcraft, David Leffel, Barry Laswell, Glen Washington, Jeff Gonder, Phil Gabry, David Beccue, and John Newbauer. Row 4: Alex Coup, Wes Johnson, Chris DeAngelis, Richard Rischaar, Mike Spainhour, David Cannon, Paul Gritton, Frank Fieri, and Paul Hope. 136 Sv oimews P. Hoffmann, A. Misa, J. Duggan, S. Halemeyre, A. Shine, C. Rorison,]. Inghram, D. Wargo, R. Epps, M. Eheldt, andM. Keller. Row 2: K. Tsa- konas, T. Fletcher, B. Nohling, T. Harvey, J. Elliott, J. Caughlin, W. Koehler, and S. Whitt. Row 3: T. Saviano, S. Zier, M. Mong, A. Contarino, A. Appel, T. Smith, R. Ennis. Row 4: R. Weller, J. Swan, S. Fisher, K. Lasco, J. Gotter- meyer, L. Donato, M. Nord, Darcy Mellner, J. Marino, S. Walters. 137 139 sr MGiMG The members of 1987- 88 Singing Club: Robin Ball Craig Bland Kevin Bodine Valerie Brandt Philip Brown Karyn Carbray Brett Carroll Christopher DeAngelis Daniel Evert Paul Gritton Leigh Hilton Elizabeth Holum Jennifer Ingrham Wess Johnson Paige Layman Keli Mahon Lane Marsh Ruth Michalowski Jill Monaco Richard Rischar Roger Seyer Kristine Smith Jill Wagner Diane Zandrsta Stephanie Zier Above: Kathy Beer and Mike Benshish, accompanist for Blue and at left: Singing Blue perform on Fall Family Weekend 140 JAZZ The Vocal Jazz Ensemble, directed by Steve Widenhofer, is a group chosen by audition at the beginning of the year. This year the ensemble performed a variety of pieces from a cappella to jazz standards featuring scat singing. Some songs were selected from well-known performers: Al Jarreau ( " Easy " ), Manhattan Transfer ( " Four Broth- ers " and " Boy From New York City " ), and Singers Unlimited. Traveling out of state, the Vocal Jazz Ensemble was one of the featured groups at the UNC Greeley Jazz Festival. The University of Northern Colorado held the festival from April 21-24. The group also performs for various community groups as well as at the annual Spring Concert which was held April 25 in Albert Taylor Hall. At left, the members of Vocal Jazz, in front from left to right: Ruth Micha- lowski, Kathy Beer, Dave Cannon, Laura Sullivan, and Mike Spainhour. Back row, from left to right: Keith Levell, Karyn Carbray, and Glen Washington. Jazz Lab Band I The Jazz Band began the year by performing at Homecoming, as is traditional. This year ' s guest artist was Millikin alumni, Susan Moniger. Over Thanksgiving break, the band traveled to the In- dianapolis area on tour. At the Jazz Festival they performed with guest Conti Candoli. In April they traveled to Greeley, Colorado with the vocal jazz ensemble and one of the combos for the UNC-Greely Jazz Festival at the University of Northern Colorado. Their final performance was April 30 at Lock, Stock, and Barrel. The Jazz Band I is under the direction of Steve Widenhofer with auditions being held in the fall. Those members of Jazz Lab Band I, starting in front and working the way to the back: Matt Sherman, Brian Telford, Mark Lewan- dowski, Gary Kriz, Russ Morgan, Kim Kuhr, Glen West, John McCracken, Jackie Donaldson, David Coonrod, Paul Wirth, Dar- rell Taylor, Joel Edwards, Scott Ahaus, Kevin Daniels, Mike Ben- shish, Mr. Widenhofer, and Kevin Matz. At Left, Matt Sherman, first tenor for the Jazz Lab Band I and above, Scott Ahaus, a 4 year vctcr.ni trumpet player for Jazz I. 142 Jazz Lab Band II Members of Jazz Band II, under the direction of Chris Kelton are, front row from left to right: Ron Krause, Chuck Sansone, Reggie Robinson, and Susan Kubala. Row 2: Faith Dahl, Pat Francis, Lisa Kenn, Mickey Keller, and Steve Boyce. Row 3: Troy Peterson, Mark Lyons, Drew Crowley, and Michelle Stillman. Back row.: Chris Kelton, Andy Walters, Scott In- man, Tom Labuda, Andy Grobengieser, and Gary Tupper. Jazz Lab Band III (picture not available) Manley Mallard, Director Saxes Tim Sterling Shaunda Fischer Jeff Miller Michael Klauser Don Dearinger Trumpets Drew Crowley Jim Rich Phil Daniels Ross Freier Trombones Todd Eiffert Scott Inman Bob Bergland Rhythm Section Dave Hardy, piano Prentice Emerson, bass Kelly Morse, guitar Rob Klinkley, drums John Guthrie, drums Sax section of the Jazz I getting into it Above: Performing with Conte Candoli 143 Jazz festival ' 88 The thirtieth annual Millikin Jazz Festival was held on February 20 at Kirk and Fine Arts Center. Jazz Festival ' 88 saw fantastic high school jazz bands perform throughout the day on the stage and in the Perkinson Gallery. Bands began performing at 8:00 a.m. and went till 12:00 p.m. Between 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. there was an open rehearsal of the Millikin Jazz Lab Band I with special guest Conte Candoli, one of the great trumpet players in the business today. Bands resumed perfor- mances at 1:00 p.m. and went until 3:00 p.m. when there were two different clinics offered to students. Conte Candoli presented an improvi- sation clinic on the stage of Kirkland Fine Arts Center and Jack Mouse offered a rhythm section clinic in Kirkland 136. At 6:00 p.m. awards were presented to the outstanding mu- sicians and announcement of bands receiving automatic invitation to Musi cF est USA. The day concluded at 7:00 p.m. with the evening concert featuring Conte Candoli with the Mil- likin University ' s Jazz Lab Band I and the outstanding Bands from the daytime schedule. Conte Candoli, one of tops in the business today One of the jazz bands performing in the Perkinson Gallery Besides the talent from the high school bands there was also a flood of talent among the soloist and clinicians for the day. Conte Candoli, (soloist, clinician) one of the great trumpet players in the business today, joined Woody Herman ' s band immediately after graduating from high school in Mishawaka, In. He traveled with Woody and other top-name bands including Stan Kenton, Benny Goodman and Tex Beneke. In 1932 Conte Candoli formed his all-star group with sidemen such as Chubby Jackson, Frank Rosolino, Tony Papa and Lou Clinicians Tim Walters and Fred Sturm Levy and played all the major jazz rooms - the Blue Note in Chicago, Crest Lounge in Detroit, Jazz City in New York, and many others. Conte made the Metronome and down beat polls for many, many years. In 1934 Conte joined the " Lighthouse All stars " and was a featured recording artist on all important jazz labels. He also has recorded with Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Sammy Davis Jr., Perry Como and Sarah Vaughan. Candoli has been a trumpeter with the " Tonight Show Orchestra " since 1972. 144 Another jazz band warms up before their performance Fred Sturm {Clinician) has been director of jazz studies at Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis., since 1977. He directs the Lawrence Jazz Ensemble and is co-conductor of the Lawrence Studio Orchestra. Fred did graduate work at North Texas State where he was trombonist with the internationally known " One O ' Clock Jazz Lab Band. " He was one of the founding members of " Matrix, ' ' a jazz nonet. Fred com- pleted his master ' s of music degree in jazz studies and contemporary media at the East- man School of Music in 1984. His compositions and arrangements have been performed by Clark Ferry, Wynton Marsalis, Bob Brook- meyer, Zoot Sims, Bobby McFerrin, Bud Bris- bois, Jimmy Pugh and Sir Roland Hanna. Trent Kynaston (Clinician) is professor of mu- sic at Western Michigan University. He teach- es saxophone and jazz studies, and is a member of the Western Jazz Quartet, and ensemble-in- Conte performs with Millikin ' s finest Jazz Lab I residence in the School of Music. An artist in both classical and jazz traditions, he has performed throughout the U.S. and in Canada, England and France. Kynaston holds degrees from University of Arizona, Tucson, and the Medaille d ' Honneur de la Ville de Bordeaux in saxophone performance and in chamber m usic from Conservatoire National de Musique de Bordeaux, France. Kynaston directs the WMU Jazz Orchestra, which has performed at the Montreaux, Switzerland, Jazz Festival, and has received honors at numerous collegiate jazz festivals. Kynaston regularly contributes to down beat magazine. Jack Mouse ' s (Clinician - drummer) extensive background began as featured soloist with the " Falconaires, " the official stage band of the U.S. Air Force Academy. He has performed with Stan Kenton, Clark Terry, Herb Ellis, Joe Williams, Carl Fontana, James Moody, Randy Brecker, Frank Wess and Kai Winding and was drummer with the Jack Reilly Trio, a top-rated group in the 1976 down beat reader ' s poll Now on the faculty of Illinois Benedictine College ' s Jazz Studies Program, Jack also serves on the faculties of Clark Terry Great Plains Jazz Camps and other jazz camps. He is musical director for the Janice Boria Group and a member of the Chicago Jazz Quintet. Tim Walters Clinician) teaches at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. He is director of jazz studies and the FAU Jazz Band. He teaches classes in music theory, composition and jazz. He is president-elect of the Florida Chapter of the National Association of Jazz Educators, and is completing a doctorate at University of Miami. Tim had been associate director of jazz studies at University Northern Colorado, where he earned his master ' s of music in theory and composition. He has been a clinician adjudicator at numerous jazz festivals and an administrator at Jamey Ae- bersold Summer Jazz camps. As a trumpet player Tim has appeared with groups at the Wichita Jazz Festival and the National Association of Jazz Educators conventions. He is a member of the FAU Faculty Jazz Quintet and Brass Quintet and performs in the South Florida Area. freshman soloist Matt Sherman during the concert Mill kin ' s music program offers a wide a variety of musical organizations or ensembles that you could belong to. These ensembles offer students and music professors to a chance to widen their skills. We, on the MILLIDEK, would like to give to you a sample of the ensembles available to music students and faculty at Millikin. Saxophone. Quartet Soprano Sax — Mark Llyons Alto Sax — Jackie Donaldson Tenor Sax — Jon McKracken Baritone Sax — Troy Peterson Director — Mr. Chris Kelton 1?and ( in picture) Ron Krause Chuck Sansone Brian McDermott Angie Schlueter Ken Benshish Others Jim Belk, Bill Dyche, 11. John Guthrie, Chris Hannon, Rob Jones, Robert Klinkey, Liz McMahon, Tim Per- due, and Brad Warren. 146 147 t The Marching Big Blue came on the field this year under the direction of Drum Major Mark Lyons and Director James Moyer. The new style of marching that came on the scene last year was style on the field. Mr. Moyer introduced more of a free form on the field compared to the straight shapes on the field. Mr. Moyer continued to issue innovative designs with music that was arranged by Moyer. One of the shows ' tunes was CATS, arranged by Moyer. Keep up the good work and progress Marching Big Blue! Marching Big Blue during the opening of the show Bill Dyche, senior bass drummer -BIG Rite jJUmt lG M C HAfe! 148 Those lovely Baby Blues: Jennifer, Kimberly, Amy, Diana, and Vicki. Back row, left to right: Julie, Bobette, Sue, Jennifer, Michelle, Kelly, and Holly. Senior trumpetter Scott Ahaus plays a solo rifDlATDU-A QfflTJLS As in every year, a music major is kept very busy with learning new literature every year. Various music majors this year presented a recital in partial fulfillment of their degree or some elected to present a recital outside of major requirements. The following list contains the names of all of these talented musicians and vocalist. Outstanding job Ladies and Gentlemen! Darnell Lark, tenor Thursday, September 24, 1987 8:30 p.m. Voice Area Recital Tuesday, October 27, 1987 6:45 p.m. Karyn Carbray, soprano; Chrissy Eller, soprano; Mike Spainhour, piano; Kathy Beer, soprano; Greg Carlson, baritone; Beth Pellant, piano; Jill Wagner, soprano; Tiffany Sola, soprano; Dan Stepansky, baritone; Robin Ball, soprano; Dave Cannon, baritone; Karen Fergurson, soprano; Doug Ashcraft, piano; Cheryl Swann, soprano, and Pam Merchant, piano. Cheryl Swann, soprano Friday, October 30, 1987 8:30 p.m. Scott Ahaus, Trumpet Friday, October 30, 1987 6:45 p.m. Jacqueline Donaldson, saxophone Glen West, saxophone Sunday, November 8, 1987 4:00 p.m. Brian Telford, trumpet James Belk, percussion Sunday, November 8, 1987 8:00 p.m. Jazz Bands II III Monday, November 9, 1987 8:30 p.m. Guitar Ensemble Monday, November 16, 1987 8:00 p.m. Paula Hoffmann, soprano Friday, November 20, 1987 6:45 p-m. Amy Fairchild, soprano Diana Miles, soprano Friday, November 20, 1987 8:30 p.m. Mark Lyons, clarinet saxophone Sunday, November 22, 1987 2:00 p.m. Beth Cubbison, soprano Sunday, November 22, 1987 4:00 p.m. Anna R. Contarino, piano Sunday, November 22, 1987 8:00 p.m. A Song Recital — Vocal Accompanists Monday, November 23, 1987 6:45 p.m. Twentieth Century Piano Music Monday, November 23, 1987 8:30 p.m. Voice Area Recital Tuesday, November 24, 1987 6:45 p.m. Alex Coupe, baritone; Susan Beth Kubala, soprano; Michelle Lovett, mezzo-soprano; Glen Washington, tenor; David Beccue, tenor; Kristina Dockins, soprano; Larry Lagerhausen, baritone; Peter Gutzmer, baritone; Paul Hope, baritone; Erica Gant, mezzo-soprano; Kelly Anderson, soprano; Tammy Savaiano, soprano; and Brian Herriott, tenor. Central Negative Rock Lab I Monday, November 30, 1987 8:00 p.m. Amy Dexter, soprano Thursday, December 3, 1987 8:30 p.m. John Huntoon, trombone Friday, December 4, 1987 8:30 p.m. Student Composers ' Recital Monday, December 7, 1987 2:00 p.m. Michael Spainhour, Sherry Walters, Andrew Walters Jeffrey Gonder, Patrick Francis, Jackie Donaldson, Mark Lewandowski, Scott Ahaus, James B Michael Benshish, and Glen West (composers) Peter Gutzmer, baritone Tuesday, December 8, 1987 8:30 p.m. Karyn Lynn Carbray, soprano Wednesday, December 9, 1987 8:30 p.m. Millikin Percussion Ensemble Marimba Band Thursday, December 10, 1987 8:00 p.m. Michael Benshish, organ Sunday, December 13, 1987 2:00 p.m. Karen M. Fergurson, piano Sunday, December 13, 1987 4:00 p.m. Paul Moma, percussion Wednesday, January 20, 1988 6:45 p.m. Kathy Beer, soprano Friday, January 29, 1988 8:30 p.m. Voice Area Recital Tuesday, February 2, 1988 6:45 p.m. Mary Ongjoco, soprano; Stacey Swann, soprano; Jennie Inghram, soprano; Richard Rischar, baritone; Tiffany Sola, soprano; Robin Ball, soprano; Eric Robinson, baritone. 150 Voice Area Recital Tuesday, February 23, 1988 6:45 p.m. Lee Hilton, soprano; Kathy Beer, soprano; Daniel Evert, tenor; Amy Fairchild, soprano; Robin Ball, soprano; Mike Spainhour, baritone; Sherry Walters, soprano; Tiffany Sola, soprano; and Erin Keith, soprano. Erin Amber Keith, soprano Sunday, February 28, 1988 4:00 p.m. Brian Telford, trumpet Glen Friday, March 4, 1988 6:45 p.m. West saxophone ( Commercial ' ' Jazz) Sherry Walters, soprano Tuesday, March 8, 1988 6:45 p.m. Cathi Edmison, Horn Tuesday, March 8, 1988 8:30 p.m. Mark Lewandowski, contrabass Thursday, March 19, 1988 Donald Winzer, trombone Sunday, March 13, 1988 2:00 p.m. Jamie Crawford, clarinet Sunday, March 13, 1988 8:00 p.m. Lisa Ramer, soprano Elizabeth Sweeney, Tuesday, March 15, 1988 6:45 p.m. piano Mary Grace Ongjoco, soprano Thursday, March 17, 1988 8:30 p.m. Bridget Cyrulik, guitar Sunday, March 20, 1988 2:00 p.m. Cory Stone, guitar Guitar Ensemble Recital Monday, March 21, 1988 8:30 p.m. Voice Area Recital Tuesday, March 22, 1988 6:45 p.m. Angie Henry, soprano; Stephanie Zier, soprano; Greg Carlson, baritone; Raedon Norris, mezzo-soprano; Wendy Koehler, soprano; Robin Ball, soprano; David Bee- cue, tenor; Ruth Michalowski, soprano; Brian Best, baritone; and Richard Rischar, baritone. Bill Dyche, percussion Thursday, April 7, 1988 8:30 p.m. David Edward Cannon, baritone Sunday, April 10, 1988 2:00 p.m. Karen Fergurson, soprano coloratura Sunday, April 10, 1988 4:00 p.m. James Belk, percussion Sunday, April 10, 1988 8:30 p.m. Patrick Francis, guitar Thursday, April 14, 1988 8:30 p.m. Robert Jones, percussion Sunday, April 17, 1988 2:00 p.m. Pi Kappa Lambda Honors Concert Sunday, April 17, 1988 4:00 p.m. Stacey Mogged, soprano Sunday, April 17, 1988 8:00 p.m. Diane Zandstra, mezzo-soprano Monday, April 18, 1988 6:45 p.m. Michael Spainhour, baritone Andrew Walters, Susan Kubala, Kimberly Kuhr Monday, April 18, 1988 8:30 p.m. — trombones Kevin Matz and Andy Walters, trombone Monday, April 18, 1988 8:30 p.m. Melody Wright, piano Thursday, April 21, 1988 8:30 p.m. Jeffrey Gonder, tenor Sunday, April 24, 1988 4:00 p.m. Douglas Ashcraft, piano Sunday, April 24, 1988 8:00 p.m. Kathleen Beer, soprano Wednesday, April 27, 1988 6:45 p.m. David A. Beccue, tenor Thursday, April 28, 1988 6:45 p.m. Frank Tieri, baritone Sunday, May 1, 1988 2:00 p.m. Mark Lyons, alto saxophone Sunday, May 1, 1988 4:00 p.m. Michael Benshish, commercial keyboard Sunday, May 1, 1988 7:00 p.m. performance composition Phillip Hash, trombone Wednesday, May 4, 1988 6:45 p.m. Gary Kriz, trumpet Mark Lewandowski, electric bass Wednesday, May 4, 1988 8:30 p.m. Pamela Merchant, pianist Sunday, May 8, 1988 2:00 p.m. in H2 The Millikin Theatre Department expanded its school -year season to six shows this year, beginning with the Crucible. Written by Arthur Miller, this historical play is set in the grim days of the Salem witch trials. Its plot revolves around the lives of the Putnam family and their friends, as one by one they are accused of being witches. It was a group of voodoo-playing teen- age girls who sparked the accusations which resulted in nearly twenty townspeople being put to death for practicing witchcraft. Director Dr. Golden spent part of his summer in the Salem area researching the play. When speaking of his visit he said, " Seeing the rooms where these events took place game me a strong feeling for the way the action should be structured. " The result was an emotionally moving performance on a bare stage in Albert Tay- lor Theatre on October 7-11. CAST Deanna M. Wargo Reverend Samuel Parris Stephen Schiller Tituba Rachdel Andersen Abigail Williams Judy Fitzgerald Susanna Wallcott Julie Stemmler Mrs. Ann Putnam Tammy Savaiano Thomas Putnam Keith E. Kincaid Anna M. Arms Mary Warren Kendra Smith John P. King Rebecca Nurse Katee Dolan Paul E. Hope Roger Seyer Elizabeth Proctor Debbie Simmons Keith D. Blue Robb Little John Willard Jason Glick Frank A. Scaccia Carrie Collins Deputy -Governor Dan forth Stan R. Haptas Jeanine Caughlin Hopkins Brian Herriott and the art °f stud- lying Angte and Big Blue Bird Smile Ladies! Sandi, Lori a lithe: Might Wsia The first musical for the Millikin Theatre Depart- ment ' s 1987-88 season was A Little Night Music by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler. Based on Ingmar Bergman ' s Smiles of a Summer Night, this musical comedy is a stylish celebration of romantic love set in Sweden at the turn of the century. In what is essentially a fairy tale for adults, the characters of the show strive to solve the problems of their past, present, and future affairs of the heart. From this show comes the popular song " Send in the Clowns. " Lynne Snyder ' s clever choreography set the theme of the show by having couples who continually changed dancing partners, just like the main characters con- tinually changed lovers. Director Stephen Fiol made good use of the revolving set in his staging of the show. His musical direction resulted in strong musi- cal numbers, both by the soloists and the Liebeslieder chorus. Opening in Albert Taylor Theatre on No- vember 4, the 2V2 hour performance flew by through 21 musical numbers, a few tears, and a lot of laughs. Charlotte Malcolm and Anne Egerman discuss their weekend in the country. CAST Fredrika Armfeldt Valarie Brandt Madame Armfeldt Michelle Lovette Frid Stephen Full Henri k Egerman Paul Grit ton Anne Egerman Beth Cubbison Fredrik Egerman Frank Scaccia Petra Mary Jo Marzilli Desir ' ee Armfeldt Diana Miles Malla Christine Halda Osa Christina Halda Carl- Magnus Malcolm Glen Washington Charlotte Malcolm Ellen Anderson Bertrand Richard Rischar Mary Ongjoco Kathy Beer Erin Keith Jeff Gonder Larry Lagerhausen Lara Schafer LIEBESLIEDERS Greg Carlson Brian Herriotl Lisa Ramer Lane Marsh Philip Fabry Chris DeAngelis Karen Olson Beth Holum Tammy Saviano Above, left: Desir ' ee is in her joy with Carl- Magnus and Fredrik Left: the Liebeslieders: Larry Lagerhausen, Mary Ongjoco, Jeff Gonder, Erin Keith and Kathy Beer with Frid and Madame Armfeldt. Ih, Aii o j Dining The Art of Dining, Mittikin ' s final main -stage production of the first semester, was performed De- cember 9-13- The stage of Albert Taylor Theatre was transformed into The Golden Carrousel, a newly -opened gourmet restaurant. Unlike most plays, the patrons of The Golden Carrousel revealed their personalities through their eating habits rather than through dialogue. Director Brian Zol- dessy created a delightful comedy in which the au- dience, as well as the characters, observed how, what, and why the patrons ate what they did. A winter storm brought together a group of people from very diverse backgrounds, which made hilarious comparisons and contrasts of their different eating habits. There was a perpetual dieter, a neurotic, and several who could never be filled including one of the owners whose ceaseless snacking would irri- tate any chef. Brian Zoldessy ' s directing debut proved to be a deliciously funny comedy which many could relate to in one absured way or another. Paul and Hannah Gart look over the menu. CAST Ellen — Karen Olson Cal Stephen P. Full Hannah Gait — Michelle Chartier Paul Gait — Brian Herriott Elizabeth Barrow Colt — Debbie Simmons Herrick Simmons — Kalee Dolan Nessa Vox — Rachel Andersen Tony Stassio — Carolyn Kent David Osslow — Stephen Schiller Top right: Tony Strassio, Herrich Simmons and Nessa Vox have a little discussion. Right: Cal and Ellen S v est Si(k The Theatre Department ' s winter musical for 1988 was West Side Story. Written by Arther Laments, this modern-day Romeo and Juliet love story is set in the west side of New York City where a lifetime can be only 48 hours long. The bitter tensions between the American gang, the Jets, and the Puerto Rican gang, the Sharks, is revealed through the love story of the Jets ' Tony and Maria, the leader of the Sharks ' sister. The Kirkland stage became a very life-like replica of the city where the gangs roamed, fought, and danced thanks to David C. Harwell — Technical Director. Lynne Snyder once again did a wonderful job of choreographing the fifty members of the cast at the dance at the gym, as well as in songs such as " America, " " Cool, " and " I Feel Pretty. " Dr. Golden ' s direction provided very realistic emotion on stage which resulted in many tears in the audience. Musical directors Stephen Fiol and Dean Tower brought life and energy to the music of Leonard Bern- stein and Stephen Soundheim. All of this plus innova- tive lighting and colorful costumes brought the show to life February 26-28. Anita (Paige Layman) and Bernado (Lane Marsh) in one of the Bridal Shop Scenes. Above left: The Jets, Sharks and Doc in the Drugstore. Left: The whole cast of West Side Story til the Dance at the Gym. Cast Maria Karen Olson Tony Roger Seyer Doc Stan Haptas Schrank Keith D. Blue Krupke Jason Glick Glad Hand Glen Washington Jets Jet Girls Riff — Christopher DeAngelis Velma — Stephanie Her Diesel — John P. King Graziella — Jill Monaco Gee-Tar — Brett Carroll Minnie — Dorlisa Martin A ra b — Philip Michael Fabry Clarice — Julie Stemmler Snowboy — Richard Rischar Pauline — Alexander Bart ey Big Deal — Kevin Bodine Evon — Anna Arms Baby John — Brian Herriott Gloria — Jennie Inghram Action — Paul Hope Jessica — Julie Bemahl Anybodys — Cindy Tegtmeyer Sharks Sharks Girls Bernardo — Lane Marsh Anita — Paige Layman China — Paul Gritton Rosalia — Beth Holum Nibbles — Michael Marsh Consuela — Kari Gorz Pepe — Stephen P. Full Teresita — Barbara Frame India — Keli Mahon Francesca — Dina Joy Byrd Juano — Brian Best Estella — Tame Patterson Louis — Kurt Kincaid Maragita — Kendra Smith Moose — Jeffrey Bigger Malupe — Mania Pandolji Hermano - James Carpenter Helen. i Ruth Micha ouski Chorus Guys Chorus Gals Eric Thomas Tamara Eisele Amy Mikitka Todd Gedvil e Teresa Harvey Kobra Brake Christopher Beesan Tami Smith Kristina Dot kins Dtetnna Wargp 7k J 4toc£e S i oJikeii Captain and Kate Keller, James Keller, Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller. Cast Doctor Stan Haptas Kate Keller Carrie Collins Captain Keller Frank Scaccia Helen Keller Judy Fitzgerald Aunt Ev Ellyn Anderson James Keller Robb Little Mr. Anagnos .. Jason Glick Annie Sullivan Debbie Simmons Viney Rachel Andersen Jimmie Sullivan ( Voice ) . James Wil- Hams In March, the Theatre Department returned to Albert Taylor Theatre for a production of The Miracle Worker. Senior Keith Kincaid directed the show after spending the previous summer re- searching Helen Keller ' s life. The play deals with the struggles to the once -blind Annie Sullivan as she tries desperately to teach Helen to communicate with a world she could neither See nor hear. The show, however is not about deafness or blindness, or even teaching or communicating. Instead it is about the principle of life itself. Through many trials and much patience, both love and under- standing are discovered by many of the characters. The tiered set made a wonderful house in which the actors lived, played and struggled. It was through these struggles, found within themselves and among each other, that the characters became real. The audience seemed to feel the same variety of emotions that Annie did — the uncertainty, the horror, the determination, and finally, the joy which left few people without tears at the end of the performance. 1 Captain Keller, James Keller and Kate Keller. 159 AWT Charley ' s Aunt was the Millikin Theatre Department ' s final main stage show for the 1987-88 season. This slightly melodramatic British comedy, performed in Albert Taylor Theatre April 20-24, was a favorite for many, bringing standing ovations at the curtain call. The story is set in the late 100 ' s in Oxford, England. Two friends, Jack and Charles, are in love with two young ladies. Needing a chap- erone, they convince their friends Lord Fancourt Babberly to pose as Charley ' s aunt when she is delayed for a visit. As the two lads, their sweethearts, and two foolish guardians inter- act with the impostor aunt, who should turn up but Charley ' s real aunt under an assumed name. She watches in both amusement and horror as her double sets up several weddings, including her, or actually his, own. through it all, love and fortunes are found, lost, and regained as the truth is surpris- ingly revealed. Jack Chesney and Sir Francis Chesney have a discussion. CAST Jack Chesney Paul Hope Charles Wykeham Roger Seyer Lord Fancourt Babberley Stephen Schiller Brassett Paul Gritton Stephen Spettigue John P. King Sir Francis Chesney Brian Herriott Donna Lucia D ' Alvadorez ... Tammy Savaiano Amy Spettigue . Alexandra Bartley Kitty Verdun Anna Arms El a Del a hay Julie Stemmler Above, left: Girls to Girls (?) talk At left: Would the real Aunt please stand up. Jl fagiC- Ootpet P QLjeAS The Magic Carpet Players is a Children ' s Theatre Troupe initiated by the Theatre Department. The troupe is comprised of students under the direction of Brian Zoldessy. The students not only act; they also undertake all of technical responsibilities for their productions: set construction, costumes, make-up, and prop- erties. For their 1988 season, the Magic Carpet Players performed two shows at seventeen Decatur and Macon County elementary schools. The first show, Androcles and the Lion, is a musical based on Aesop ' s fable ANDROCLES which deals with . " Friendship and Freedom. " The second show was Step on a Crack. It is a play about a young child trying to come to terms with her new step-mother. It is only by running away that she comes to realize her feelings and needs f or her new mother. 4 2k G 4 3- ?5 41 G 5» % G G 4, LP 161 162 by Neil Simon Director -Sandra Martin Set and Lighting Designe f Costume Coordinator - Vina J Production Stage Manager - Anna Semn g : turn of the century, Russia ACT I Stephen Schiller The Writer .... Stephen Schiller The Sneeze ff Blgger Cindy Tegtmeyer J Jason Click, Jo Gordon Jeanine Caughlin The Governess Rachel Andersen Stephen Schiller The Seduction „ fl er Cindy Tegtmeyer J " Martin Hughes Too Late For Happiness RaM A „dersen ACT II Stephen Schiller The Drowned Man Click, Martin Hughes J Stephen Schiller The Audition Rachel Andersen Jeffrey Bigger ' r ' X SZ The Arrangement Glickt j 0 Gordon Stephen Schiller The Writer , .resented by the Department of ™°G°° dD °« " r; Zu g i the special Theatre and D n «j ' permission of Samuet Production Dates: June 23, M, 75, 163 September 24, 25, and 26 October 1, 2, and 3 October 8, 9, and 10 October 14, 15, and 16 October 19 and 20 October 28, 29, and 30 November 5, 6, and 7 November 12, 13, and 14 November 19, 20, and 21 November 23 and 24 December 2, 3, and 4 February 11, 12, and 13 PRESENT TENSE by John McNamara Directed by Frank Scaccia CLARA by Arthur Miller Directed by Bill Bearder F.M. by Romulus Linney Directed by David C. Harwell CHAMBER MUSIC by Arthur Kopit Directed by Brian Zoldessy THE DOCTOR IS OUT by Debbie L. Simmons Directed by Debbie Simmons and Stan Haptas A KIND OF ALASKA by Harold Pinter Directed by Kathryn Dolan ROAD by Jim Cawtright Directed by Steve Schiller THE FAITH HAWKER by Howard Rodman Directed by Deborah Sullivan DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA by John Patrick Stanley Directed by John P. King YOU KNOW I CAN ' T HEAR YOU WHEN THE WATER ' S RUNNING by Robert Anderson Directed by Stacey Mogged ACTING CLASS PROJECTS, (Excerpts from THE WAY OF THE WORLD by William Congreve) Directed by Brian Zoldessy THE OTHER WOMAN by Casey Kelly Directed by Frank Scaccia February 18, 19, and 20 EYE OF THE BEHOLDER Directed by Bill Bearder -n- WT v PE| [ yREAMS March 3, 4, and 5 March 10, 11, and 12 March 17, 18, and 19 March 22, 23, and 24 April 7 and 8 April 14 and 15 April 21 and 22 April 28 and 29 May 3 and 4 May 8 and 9 WHERE IS THE QUEEN by Jean-Clauc Vanltallia Directed by Steve Full PALS by David Perkins Directed by Tammy Eisele ECHO by Robert Kasper Directed by Keith Blue MANKING CO. by Thomas Hischak Directed by De Wargo ACTOR by Conrad Bromberg Directed by Roger Seyer TIGERS by Kendrew Lascelles Directed by Debbie Simmons PIGEONS by Lawrence Osgood Directed by Sunserrae Keaton MINNESOTA MOON by John Olie Directed by Kelly Mahon CIRCUS LADY by Jason Miller Directed by Carla Cline A BETROTHAL by Lanford Wilson Directed by John King LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS by Renee Taylor; Directed by Anna Arms IN THE DESERT OF MY SOUL by John Gline Directed by Paul Hope WELCOME TO ANDROMEDA by Ron Whyte Directed by Steve Schiller PROPERTY by Penelope Gilliatt Directed by Deborah Sullivan LONE STAR by James McClure Directed by Scott Baker NEXT by Terrence McNally Directed by Karen Olson Millikin ' s Art program is a fast growing pro- gram and at the center of the growth we fine a fantastic faculty and dedicated students. The Kirk and Fine Arts Center is the building on campus that is dedicated to Art, Music, and the Per- forming Arts. Within the doors of Kirk- land you will find four large art studios, a photographic Darkroom, projection room, wood- shop, an art history lecture room, a compute r imaging area, and a collection of 10,000 art slides. Kirkland also is home to the art galleries such as the Perkinson Gallery where regularly schedules exhibits of national artistic importance, the stu- dio Gallery show works by promising regional artists who have not yet achieved a national reputation, and the Lower Gallery provides other opportu- nities for displays. Millikin ' s students may display their works in any of these galleries. Millikin offers a number of opportunities in the field of art with their majors. The traditional major of art provides training for students planning a career as a practicing artist and for students seeking teacher certification in Art. The Art Therapy major, combines Art and Psychology courses to prepare graduated who will use art as a form of therapy in their careers. Combining Art and Business courses brings us the Art Management major that prepares graduates for management careers in a variety of art institutions, agencies, and businesses. Commercial Art major provides emphasis on special training in publication design and production required in the corporate world. The final art program is the teaching certification program which leads to a special teaching certificate for kindergarten through 12th grade. Landscape by senior art major Teresa Myers. 166 Mary Gross works on a fantastic work of art. SLNIOK SHOWS 1987-88 Date Studio Gallery Lower Gallery March 14-18 Craig Dongoski 21-2J, Hilda Wiesenmeyer Tammy C lough April 4-8 Shelley Tichenor Leslie Armstrong 11-15 Jay Helton Bryan McWherter 18-22 Jim Perry Jane Freiny 25-29 Teresa Myers Cynthia Buob May 2-6 Mary Gross John Podlasek 9-13 Anita Glover Sharon Matusiak 16-20 Phil Donelson Leigh Janes Dust storm by Teresa Myers Robert Nellis receives advise from Art Department Chairman Marvin Klaven Untitled by Senior Art major Cyndi Buob Untitled by Cyndi Buob 167 168 Untitled by Teresa Myers Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chicago Symphony Orchestra Thursday, September 17, 1987 8:00 p.m. We come the return of the Chicago- Decatur ' s favorite orchestra and Illinois ' own — back by popular demand. Revel in the lush full sound of over 100 brilliant musicians — playing in perfect harmony for you. Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Octet Tuesday, November 17, 1987 Rendezvous with the Academy — Eight extraordinary musicians drawn from one of Britain ' s finest orchestras — polished, cultivating, appealing — Embrace this ensemble of rare delicacy — sink into the purity of a prismatic performance Actors From The London Stage Saturday, January 30, 1988 Plunge yourself into the power of Shakespeare — Five amazing actors — especially selected from the ranks of Britain ' s Shakespeare Company, National Theatre and BBC Shakespeare series — a spellbinding performance of the world ' s greatest playwright — glorious poetry and stunning saga — cherish their encounter with greatness. The Northern Sinfonia with Barry Tuckwell, soloist and conductor Sunday, February 7, 1988 Inhale this gust of a bracing British breeze — the Northern Sinfonia ' s crisp orchestral tone — French horn virtuoso Barry Tuckwell — his elegance — his brilliance — his burnished tone — treat yourself to this exhilarating experience of sparkling sound. The Hartford Ballet in " Carmina Burana " with the Millikin- Decatur Civic Symphony Orchestra and Chorus Saturday, April 16, 1988 8:00 p.m. Thrust yourself into this visually ravishing celebration of life — an enormously striking ballet — the richness of full orchestra and 1 10 voice chorus — an unbelievable story of l}th century clerics — their lust for life and love — marvel at the staggering dimension of this astounding production — exclusive to Decatur. OWR Preservation Hall Jazz Band Tuesday, October 20, 1987 Clap, tap and cheer along — here comes the happy music! Great New Orleans Jazz — those fabulous originals — glistening with zest and joy — Go crazy with the crowd for the best jazz band in the land! Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble Friday, February 19, 1988 Celebrate these super -razzmatazz -knock ' em dead dancers — vibrant and vital performers — sharing with you the legacy of legendary Alvin Ailey — you are electrified by their passion — their strength — their sensuality — the best of black America dance. Gutting £dg t 4t SpdasRy war w siQol " Singing ' In the Rain " Wednesday, December 2, 1987 8:00 p.m. splash into song and dance — Hollywood comes to Broadway — and not to you! the best loved movie musical of all time — now a smash Broadway hit — complete with genuine on -stage rain shower! Familiar songs — dazzling sets — luscious costumes — all the ingredients of a Broadway show stopper — guaranteed to have you dancing in the aisles — and singing ' in the rain! " CATS " Thursday, March 24, 1988 Slide into the welcoming purr of CATS — America ' s 1 musical — and still going strong — making a special stop at Kirkland — high voltage songs — dazzling dances — " Memory " — the complete CATS is on the road — prepare for the stunning — completely " Memory - able " CATS! Hurl yourself into an artistic journey — designed to astound you with its incredible impact — Begin with a gasp at A TRA VELING JEWISH THEATRE in " Ber- lin, Jerusalem and the Moon " — surging with power — singing with deftness — for all Americans who have vacillated between ancestry and culture — you explode into a profoundly artistic and human encounter. Then nestle into the warmth of Winter — THE PAUL WINTER CONSORT— exquisite, ethereal music for a new age — drifting down the Grand Canyon — chilling whale sounds that transmute into haunting harmonies —float into a sensual and spiritual reawakening. Now launch into the unusual and fascinating - ELECTRIC PHOENIX - extended vocal technique with - and without - electronic enhancement - dare to experiment with four voices in a surrealistic cabaret — astonishing you with a fascinating vocal kaleidoscope. Finally, swing into the perfect blend of two art forms — jazz legend DAVE BRUBEECK — on stage and surrounding by the modern dance of MURRAY LOUIS — razzle dazzle solos - a fireworks display of flips, splits, runs and spins — you are enraptured by the sizzling jazz — and dancing to beat the band. 171 Millikin University ' s Concert Band will recreate an old-time band concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, I May 8, in Kirkland Fine Arts Center on campus. The Mother !t Day concert is titled " Marches, I Warhorses and A Little Ragtime. " General admission tickets for the event cost $1 with I proceeds to benefit School of Music scholarships. They are available at Kirkland box office. Stu I Ellis, well known personality and farm editor at WSOY radio, is narrator. Soloists are clarinetist Douglas Phillips, associate professor of music, and soprano Lois YaDeau, adjunct i associate professor of music. " Our narrator will set the scene and our musicians will play a traditional program, " said Dr. Gary Shaw, assistant professor of music and director of bands at Millikin. " The program will take us back to the ' 20s and ' 30s when composers performed with their professional band and families attended outdoor band concerts together. " Marches on the program are John Philip Sousa ' s " Semper Fide is, " " Fairest of the Fair " and " The Picadore; " Henry Fillmore ' s " Americans We; " and J.W. Chattaway ' s " A Hot Time March. " " The ' warhorses ' are standard pieces that are traditional, popular and easily recognized, ' ' said Dr. Shaw. Included in this section are the band ' s featured piece, " Liebestod " from " Tristan and Isolde " by R. Wagner, and Suit e of Old American Dances by Robert Russell Bennett. Phillips will be featured in Introduction, Theme and Variations by Rossini and YaDeau will perform " Laughing Song " from " Die Fledermaus " by J. Strauss and " Kiss Me Again " by Herbert. The ragtime music includes " The Entertainer, " " Maple Leaf Rag " and " Ragtime Dance " by Scott Joplin. Phillips joined the Millikin faculty in 1965 and now serves as chair of music theory. He earned bachelor ' s and master ' s degrees from Northwestern University and has played with the Milli- kin -Decatur Civic Symphony Orchestra and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra. A member of the University staff since 1978, Mrs. YaDeau earned a bachelor of music degree from Baldwin - Wallace College and a master of music degree from the University of Illinois. Dr. Shaw joined the Millikin faculty in 1982 and previously taught at Memphis State Universi- ty, University of Lowell {Mass.) and Brown and Boston universities. He received a bachelor of music in education degree from the New England Conservatory, a master of music degree from Boston University and a doctor of musical arts degree from the University of Wisconsin. " Sing We Noel " is the theme for the 29th annual Millikin University Christmas Vespers to be presented at 3 and 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6, in Kirkland Fine Arts Center on campus. The program, Millikin ' s gift to the community, is open to the public without charge. Tickets are not required. Divided into three parts, the program will feature songs of Thanks and Praise, God ' s Love, and Everlasting Joy. " The songs and arrangements are familiar, " said Richard Hoffland, professor of music and director of choral activities. " The audience should enjoy this traditional presentation. " Nearly 2000 students — members of the University Choir, University Chorus and Women ' s Chorus — will participate. Soloists for " Gloria in Excelsis " from Mass in G by Schubert will be sopranos Alison Shine of Indianapolis and Michelle Beeson of Tuscola and altos Lisa Donato of Zionsville, Ind., and Sandra Keller of Effingham. Tenor soloists in a Spanish carol, " To- wards Bethlehem Goes a Donkey, " are Phil Fabry of Linden - hurst and Paul Hope of St. Charles. Feature in " How Still He Rests " by Brent Pierce are sopranos Karen Fergurson of Greenfield and Beth Cubbison of Rolling Meadows and oboeist David Cannon of Chesterfield, Mo. Baritone Brett Carroll of Indianapolis is soloist in " 0 Day Full of Grace " by Christiansen. Instrumentalists for Vespers are organist Michael Benshish of Bloomingdale and pianist Kathryne Hoffland, adjucnt assis- tant professor of music and assistant director of choral activi- ties. Staging is by Dwight Jordan, and assistant director of choral activities. 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D celebrates „„ + CCStaSy ttle characters in liest and others. ln addition to fortun SoUt er, ywftb, R " ' haveb n select ktn U ersi t , M sel 1 " hui J " Hunt °on Seni orf rotn r f T T «ylor vHle % an t °- A » Za m . a P, senior f rom T S So Pran 0 ; an d n , soc y. appaL b dan J e Mill ikin - UStc honor fed »« k f„„„J ,„ „•„,.. „ , TWa; M w w 1 f cfoj «, available from Millikin University Summer Theatre, 1184 W Main St Dec atur III torn t r • Kari Gorz, Burling Ky ' iS ZS S T ' JTZ Dund ™» Glick, Liberty ; Jo Gordon, Areola; ood-Cathfynror Z Guest Jtreetor for " The Good Doctor " is Sandy Martin, drama teacher at Lockfiort High School Direct ' mOddlZ t th TZ Ur ' S 1 SUmmeT ma ' re b dh " tW « " C — °f - " Directing m Odd Couple female Vers.on " and business manager for the season is Brian Zoldessy, assistant professor of theatre at Millikin 174 175 rededication was complete by Graduation ' 88, 2 new residence halls were in the works, More parking space was being planned to accommodate the ever growing population, and the future is bright! 176 The Toll House, the temporary home for the Tabor School in 87-88. First row, left to right: Derek Clark, Lee Brooke, Scott Sheehan — R.A., Jeff Schez, and Chuck Sansone. Second row, left to right: D. Dugan, Rich Hooper, J. Shoe, Rick Rujawitz, Larry Mondello, Jeff Miller, and Timothy Sterling. In front, left to right: Tame Patterson, Jen " Muscle Woman " Kohler, and Jayma Branch. First row, left to right: Kristi Scott, Tamara Eisele, and Shannon McCalla. Second row, left to right: Darlene " Dar " Jackson-R.A. and Amy Gaskill. On top is Deanna " De " Wargo. First row, left to right: Christopher Rojek, David T. Perkins, Greg Grashoff M, Scott Goffman, Boh Bergland, Jeff Nelson, and Tim Perdue. Second row, left to right: John B. Voss, Patrick M. Garrett, Ron Dortch, Ellis Kennedy, Kevin Wegrzyn, Gary Kriz, John Guthrie, Kevin Daniels, and Greg Zinkl. First row, left to right: Lynnae Kapp, Kelly A. Krtipa, Shay Robin- son, Michelle Robinson, and Alisa Richardson. Second row, left to right: Heidi Peterson, Michelle Ro seth, Karin Hanson, Felecia For- syth, Hepsibah (doll), Missy Ilcldt, Michelle Chattier, and Dtttht Fogle. 17 H GiLound and 1 In front, left to right: Kelly Kis - tinger, Vicki Rovel, Cheryl Wille, Lisa Bernhardt, Lori Cheek, and Tanya Cyrulik. First row, left to right: Beth Pettant, Amy Harri- son, Melissa Hopkins, Renee Gee- gan, Vina Griffiths, Jennifer Seda, Melissa Moritz, Michele Kufa, Mary Durham, Lisa Justi- son — R.A., Ellen Beyer, and Anne Siebert. Second row, left to right: Tanya Simpsen, Brigitte Krieg, Collen Rorison, Deann Leach, Angi Henry, Stacy Hoult, Connie Stoops, Lisa Anderson, and Kay Allen. 2 First row, left to right: Teresa Harvey, Kathleen Halm, Jenna Duggan, Julie Beamer, Katie Kutsunis, Robin Harris — R.A., Monica De Werff Mary Ann Cullen, and Kimberly Doty. Sec- ond row, left to right: Sarah Ha- lemeyer, Leslee Frazier, Angle Barn hart, Bev Knox, Julie A. Wood, Beth Nohling, Susi Meyer, and Melissa Becherer. Third row, left to right: Carolyn Kent, Shan - non Lynch, Jackie Mrozinski, Leigh Ann Hilton, Nancy A. Chamberlin, and Stacey Collins. 2 In front, left to right: Cheree Bertalan, Lara Schafer, Suzy Gill, Christy Coye — R.A., Traci Jendrzejak, Holly Auten, and Laura Frazer. First row, left to right: Gina Durbin, Heidi Todt, DeeDee Dorn, Julie Joos, Stacey Cullen, Joetta Krepps, Lisa Bottom, Lisa Jauch, and Meghan Stewart. Second row, left to right: Carolyn Mason, Jeannine Harper, Ana M. Me- lendez, Robyn Ennis,Janine Stock, Shani Lyons, Shauna Fisher, Tami Smith, Pam Abraham, Kai Schwartz, and Janie Ballance. 179 In front: Kathy Swihart, R.A. First Row, left to right: Sally " Mander " Sheehan, Alexandra Bartley, Carol Jackson, Larissa Borah, Joan Long, Sara Swayne, Katie Jones, Krissy Reichmann, Jennifer Scott. Second Row, left to right: Beth Boston, Kim Tucker, Tamara Gaskill, Jennifer Dine- hart, Amy Movitz, Meg Acker- mann, Melinda Dudley, and An- gela ' Jello Brand " Schleuter. Back Row (peaking through) left to right: Lea Ann Mitchell, Keena Bradbury, Faith Dahl, Lorie Zeck, and Molly Morrison. In front: Pam Branham, R.A. First Row, left to right: Kristin L. Hale, Roc el I Winters, Susan K. Marsh, Laura Hansen, Arlene Leszczewicz, Cindy Tegtmeyer, Katie Tsakonas, Joelle S waive, and Rhonda Epps. Second Row, left to right: Tina Wieland, Melanie Cary, Jackie Maynard, Gina Mullink, Gretchen Nordmeyer, Lisa Donato, Cheryl Gorence, and Kim Henzler. Third Row, left to right: Missy Tipsword, Debbie Gelfo, Laura Nowak, Heather Lisk, and Rachel Chamberlain. In front: Karla Sanner, Karen Lowe, and Liz Wallin. Second Row, left to right: Tammy Fletch- er, Debby Hart, Jennifer Smith, Debbie Augustyn, Sandy La Blance, Sylvester, Colleen Luttrell — R.A., Carrie Wonczecki, Julie Carlson, Julie Donnelly, and Tas- neem Ziauddin. Third Row, left to right: Beth Schmehling, Jenny Is- bell, Debra Rhea, Stella Budz, Karoline Marchese, Shelley Dam- mann, Anna Hollister, Kelly Worthington, and Julie Jordan. Alston 1 Fmr row, left to right: Kathy Johnston, Julie Knepler, Carrie Manuel, Angie Plasschaert, Jennie Blickensderfer, Lynette Baker — R.A., Katy Schweighart, Jennifer Roger, Sareena Smith, and Mary Leonard. Second row, left to right: Jameen Edwards, Samantha Haynes, Denise Wisdom, Cindy Siebert, Heather Doolittle, Lisa Kenn Danny Devito, Lisa Sistos, Lisa Kaulfuss, Diana Kemp, Karen F el ton, and Celestine Johnson. In front: Kim Leininger, Carla Brink, Trish Wilner — R.A., Janet Heinie, and Julie Bernahl. First row, left to right: Lisa Cairns, Teresa Trill, Tina White, Kathleen Schwab, and Caroline Bolen. Second row, left to right: Kammi Salyers, Pam Jones, Kathleen Murnane, Lisa How- ard, Leslie Miller, Michele Crocilla, Jeanne Kottke, and Gritell Berkeley. 4stoK 2 First row, left to right: Peggy Brennan, Tammy Wiser, Miriam Bertrand, Stacey Hank, Cheryl Walejko — R.A., Jackie Lowe, Tami Wallace, Jeanne Gottermeyer, and Kira Lasco. Second row, left to right: Beth Cleinmark, Kathryn Lalla, Kathi Bridgewater, Shannon Steigman, Melissa Bi- lyeu, Tracy Wilcox, Stacey Blair, Megan Mong, and Jennie Inghram. In front: Gaye Sims. First row, left to right: Christine O ' Don- ohue, Jennifer Schmidt, Lynelle Niles, Beth A. Barrett, and Carol Doniek. Second row, left to right: Lori Liles, Robin Ball, Rebecca Howells, Karen Tarn, and Amy Davis. 181 Mis Ground 7ra front: Scott Daniels. First row, left to right: Bryan Tiley, Paul Franklin, Doug Parrish, Brian Lee, David Coonrod — R.A., Brian Lebeck, Steve Bull, Tom Labmda, and Steve Boyce. Second row, left to right: Jeff Scott, Matt Plater, Walt Scott, Enoch Morris, Ben Roger, Dave Funk, Chad Lind, Tom Dewey, and Bryan Hallett. 14 r L L — N 1 First row, left to right: John Frengen, (Ringo, John, Paul, George), Drew Crowley, Brian Hennessy — R.A., Johnny Bowen, Michael " Smoosh " Marsh, and David Toby. Second row, left to right: Frequent visitor §1, Will Posegate, Tony Obrohta, Andy " The Doof Dofner, Chris " Beese " Beeson, Jamie Mercer, and Frequent visitor §2. Mis 3 £ost In front is Troy E. Peterson — R.A. Behind Troy, left to right: Andy Grobengieser, Eric Robinson, E. Matthew Watson, Rob Klinkley, Tony Carton, Ed Rosemann, Joe Tolan, Doug Dearinger, Gary T upper, Jeff Read, and John Petty. 182 MrssrjifG ur Aanoj! The following people ( and in some cases whole floors ) could not make it to picture night. In our effort to supply you with a complete yearbook, we wanted to HESSLER 1 Douglas Dawson Britt G. Grimsely M ichael J. Langdon Keith D. Blue Josh A. Hobick Jason M. Glick Noble R. Thompson, IV William . Kihoyne Lance R. Peterson Timothy A. Armstrong Benjamin M. Shea John R. Strzelczyk Martin T. Kopf James J. Carpenter Andrew J. Dameris Matthew F. Sherman Paul R. Wirth Alexander Mark Coupe Brian W. Herriott Sean Kelly Cable Todd R. Kellermann Mark J. Kirbabas you will find the missing in action list. HESSLER 2 HESSLER 3 HESSLER Jill M. Wagner Andrew B. Walters Kellie Ann Flynn Rachel C. Anderson Reginald Jay Robinson Cassandra G. Brickson Jennifer L. Trice Philip M. Fabry Jeannie M. Beard Wendy A. Olszewski Steven T. Dove Kellie M. Burns Paige Michelle Layman Jeff Suhs Aimee L. Reeser Joanne Marie Curry Kelly V. Morse Lor a A. Christ Staci Larkm George H. Sears Christine L. Sherwood Melissa C. Thomas Jad Kenton Mason (R.A.) Kristine L. Porter Ann E. Zamboni Phi lip Andrew Daniels Debra A. Kelly Renee D. Weller Kevin R. Holeton Jennifer D. Rheeling (R.A.) Susan Marie Ryan Jay L. Elliott Victoria L. Jump Donna Ai. Casey RnopY VP pver Carolyn A. King Karen M. Ross Craig R. Bland Susanne E. Keenan Stephanie A. Daily Michael C. Klauser Joy A. Kriewaldt Karla R. Kenney Matthew W. Scott Elizabeth A. Dewey Shelli L. LaReau David J. Hardy Laura E. Sullivan Tiffany J. Sola Gregory J. Carlson Abbe R. Appel Margaret A. OMalley Kevin G. Matz Robyn L. Gledhill Elizabeth J. Belt Carla Jo Marietta Michele A. Prisz Sherry L. Cutright Wendy J. Koehler Georgia A. Campagna Jean M. Liebner Suzi A. Skid more BLACKBURN GROUND AND FIRST FLOOR Sandra M. Keller Jodi L. Schilling Kristina Dockins Sherri L. Bracken Brenda L. Mikyska Julie A. Sidwell Allison G. Poore Krystal D. Kimmel Alison H. Shine Stephanie J. Polster Tanya Dambold Amy E. Kaeding ASTON 1 Dina J. Byrd Paula J. Fisher Michelle M. Martin BLACKBURN 2 Anna- Marie Zurlinden Naomi E. Gotoh Julia L. Allison Dawn M. Jackson Lorie L. Ferrari Jeri Sue M. Beabout Tanya S. Bowens Stephanie L. Zier Cathryn A. Torgerson MILLS GROUND Jeffrey L. Gonder Stanley R. Haptas Scott F. Inman John L. Riedmuller Michael H. Goodwin Rick M. Vernon Daniel P. Stepansky Thomas A. Hatherley Michael L. Smith Jason T. Pickett ASTON 2 Jaimee B. Brown Jennifer L. Brown Kathryn E. Snyder Kobra A. Brake Tina M. Mahon Betty A. Ray Karrie L. Timm Stephanie L. Price Karin L. Gorz MILLS 1 EAST Reginald N. Bardliving David F. Funk Gary Russell Murrell Robert S. Stocke James Gelhara Wesley W.Johnson Brett A. Carroll Paul Francis Dudzik Brian R. Best William L. Kelly BLACKBURN 3 Cynthia Tomlin Janet M. Ballard Sandy K. Stevens Barbara Frame Julie Savage Stemmler WALKER 1 Kimberly J. Conder Sheila M. Nicholson Sheri A. Baker ASTON 3 Carolyn S. Piety Laurie E. Morthland Lisa S. Ramer Laura A. Durst Julie A. Hengst Jennifer L. Voertman Shalyn S. Hembrough Amy Terese Mtkitka Jeanette A. Mills MILLS 3 EAST Charles Kevin Turpin James R. Cimarrusti Philip Stephen Brown Russell G. Morgan Scott D. Ganyo David P. Hentrich Danney L. Martin Stephen P. Full Charles T. Martin WALKER 2 Erica J. Gant Kristin L. Prior Heather M. Grier Kellie J. Ramsey Susan Marie Hoffman Melissa J. Reimari WALKER 3 Nicole B. Garbelmann Mari-Lee Chambless Melissa J. Johnson Michelle L. Bostic Mania Jane Pandolfi Jennifer VI. Montague Kirsten K. Lamhorn ASTON 4 Kathryn J. Lalla Meredith A. Nord THE FOLLOWING FLOORS DID NOT SHOW UP FOR THEIR PICTURE MILLS 1 WEST - Terry Philbin {R.A.) MILLS 2 EAST - Jeff Bottorff (R.A.) MILLS 2 WEST - Larry D. Maynard (R.A.) MILLS 3 WEST — Chuck Martin (R.A.) 183 4n bQssado L 186 187 Mod. Ook IHH The Missing List Ambassador Women: Regina Jannick, Erica Gant, Abbe Appel, Carolyn Piety, Melissa Reiman, Jennifer Montague, Susan Ryan, Kerry Lupher, Amy Mikitka, Michelle Bostic, Jessica Russell, Michelle Hoffman, Laurie Mort bland, Alison Shine, Cindy Siebert, Mania Pan- dolfi,Jaimee Brown, Kirsten Lamborn, Michelle Martin, and Kelly Walls - Resident Assist ant. Ambassador Men: Isaac Billups and Maurice A. Brown Carol Apartments: Kelly Walls, Anita Glover, Jackie Donaldson, Andrea Podowicz, Erin Whitley, Shelli Kinder, Stacey Hart, Denise Ciesielski, Ranel Gretebeck. Casey: Steve Seifert - Resident Assistant Corner: Lori McMaster, Margaret Doak, Connie Bland. Fairview: Tracy Dobbs and Ruth Michalowski Keebler: Raedon Norris and Kristine Smith Kittrell: Laura Clark North Oak: John Jaguszewski William: Tim Howell, Troy Dowell, Ron Martin, John Callahan, Eric Malone, Will Whalen, Troy Vodacek, Ken Day, and Thomas Hill. Note of apology to the Men of North Hall and the Women of Oakland. Due to a mix-up in the scheduling of the book, your pictures did not appear. Sorry! We wish that we had your pictures to add with the others. Editors Note: The MILLIDEK staff would like to thank everyone for their turn out. We had several houses with almost near perfect attendance and we did have one house hit 100% attendance! Congratulations Men of LINCOLN! Alpha Chi Omega was founded nationally in 188X The chapter here at Millikin was founded in 1913. This past academic year Alpha Chi Omega served several philanthropies. They were involved with the Decatur Adopt -a -House program in which the exte- rior of a Decatur home was painted, and they held a Christmas party for underprivileged children of De- catur. All the children that attended received a small gift from the chapter. In the 1987 Greek Week activities, the women of Alpha Chi Omega came out of the week with two victories. The first was in the Sign competition which led them to an overall victo- ry during the week. Alpha Chi Omega Executives, front row, left to right: Diane Altig — Rush chair; Donna Nolen — Treasurer; and Andi McCarthy — Scholarship Chair. Row 2: Jill O ' Connell — 1st Vice President; Meg McKellar — 3rd Vice President; Karen Cannell — President; Janine Pelkey Duncan — President; Johanna Metzler — 2nd Vice President, 3rd Vice President; and Jennifer Hake — Scholarship Chair. Third row: Kim Lower — House manager, Social chair; Jennifer Curtis — Recording Secretary; Joy Elliott — Panhellenic representative; Lynn King — Panhellenic representative; Janet Koleson — Rush chair, House manager; Tawnya Hooper — 2nd Vice President; and Cheryl Suter — Recording Secretary. The Women of Alpha Chi Omega, front row, left to right: Cheree Berta an, Kim Henzler, Janet Koleson, Donna Nolen, Amy Dexter, Kathy Swihart, and Kir- sten tMmborn. Row 2: Jill 0 ' Connell, Robyn Ennis, Kerry Lupher, Margaret Foran, Sarah Snow, Joy Elliott, Janine Pelkey Duncan, Diane Altig, Jeanne Got- termeyer, Janet Heinie, and Ana Melendez. Row 3: Liz Wallin, Andi McCarthy, Jennifer Curtis, Valerie Bottorff Debbie Kastner, Karen Cannell, Beth Cuhbison, Sue Keenan, Lynn King, Sarah Halemeyerjen llakejodi Schilling, Cheryl Gorence, Lisa Sistos, and Kathy Johnston. Row Jennifer Montague, Jenna Duggan, Cheryl Suter, Kathie Tomaw, Kelli Martin, Jenny Parks, Johanna Metzler, Anne Siebert, Liz Sweeney, Meg McKellar, Mary Bethjaskowi.ik, Kim Lower, Tawnya Hooper, and Kathy Bridgewater. Veka Defect Delta Delta Delta Delta Executives, front row, left to right: Peggy Brown — Fraternity Education, Trident Correspondent; and Jennie Ingram — Rush Chair. Row 2: Gail Frost — Ast. Treasurer, Treasurer; Jenni Proud — Pledge Trainer, President; Karla Camilla — President; and Judy Hand — Chaplain. Row 3- Tracy Darrah — Fraternity Education, Executive Vice-President; Trisha Conreux — Publicity Chair, Pledge Trainer; Carol Norris — Recording Secretary; Brenda Shriver — Treasurer, Scholarship Chair; Martha Gulick — Philanthropy, Recording Secretary; Jeanette Pope — Executive Vice-President; Kim McLaughlin — Rush Chair, Panhellenic Representative; and Susie Speers — Chaplain. Delta Delta Delta was founded nationally in 1888. The chapter here at Millikin was founded in 1912. This year Delta Delta Delta served several philanthro- pies. They were involved in the Decatur Adopt -a -House program, in which the exterior of a Decatur home was painted, and they held a pancake breakfast which gives to the Delta Delta Delta Scholarship fund. In the 1987 Greek week activities, the women of Delta Delta Delta came out of the week with two victories. The chapter finished in first place in the Talent Show and the Games competitions. During this years Homecoming activities the women of Delta Delta Delta brought home numerous awards. The chapter finished in first place in the Talent Show, House Dec, and the Overall Competi- tion. They were also awarded with this years Spirit Award. The Women of Delta Delta Delta, front row, left to right: Karla Camillo, Mary Gross, Teri Richards, Jeanna Hoppinjansjudy Hand, and Kris tine Lasco. Row 2: Melinda Marques, Terri Freeman, Gail Frost, Kimberly Swanson, Ellen Tannis, Martha Gulick, Brenda Shriver, Kim Sabbert, Tracy Darrah, Sara Swayne, and Katie Kutsunis. Row 3. Joan Long, Amy Mikitka, Megan Mong, Kobra Brake, Tracy Wilcox, Melissa Becherer, Julie Allison, Cindy Tomlin, Kim McLaughlin, Parvin Shidnia, and Dorlisa Martin. Row 4: Jenny. Isabell, Melinda Dudley, Peggy Brown, Jill Del Re, Rhonda Bryant, Susie Speers, Stacey Blair, Trisha Conreux, Jennie Ingram, Jenny Brown, Chris Sherwood, Susie Meyer, and Meg Ackermann. Pi eta PRi Pi Beta Phi was the first nationally founded women j fraternity in 1867 ' . The chapter here at Mil I i kin was founded in 1912. This year Pi Beta Phi served several philanthropies. They were in- volved with the Decatur Adopt -a -Spot, in which the exterior of a Decatur home was painted. The chapter also supports Arrotumont, Arrow Craft and Arrow in the Artie. During this years Homecoming activities the women of Pi Beta Phi finished in first place in the games competition. Pi Beta Phi Executives, front row, left to right: Michelle DeWerff — Class delegate; and Kathy Schnarr — Co- Rush Chair. Row 2: Kate Ewing — House manager; Julie Schotanus — Membership chair; Sandy Grabowski — Vice-President, President; Robin Beaty — President; Sue Natyshok — Recording Secretary , Vice-President; Ronda Beaty - Vice-President. Row 3- Stacey LaFeber — House manager; Amy Keheler — Co-rush chair; Kristen Hood — Co-rush chair; Ellen Niebrugge — Vice-President; Susan Steen — Membership chair; Carta Cline — Co -Rush chair; Kristin Parkinson — Recording Secretary; Beth Burkhalter — Treasurer; Bobette Carley — Panhellenic Representative; Julie Beyers — class delegate; Ruth Leetz — Social chair; and Vicky Tucker — Treasurer. The Women of Pi Beta Phi, front row, left to right: Sue Natyshok, Shannon Lynch, Krystal Kirnrnel, Julie Beyers, Lisa Donato, Erica Gant, Dana Hails, Michele Kufa, T anya Simpson, and Stacey LaFeber. Row 2: Laurie Morthland, Mary Durham, Kristen Hood, Kim Thornton, Sandy Grabowski, Jennifer Smith, Lisa Brown, Colleen Rorison, Sandy Stevens, Michelle DeWerff, Laura Frazee, and Janet Ely. Row i: Ellen Niebrugge, Carta Brink, Lisa Howard, Carla Cline, Amy Keheler, A isa Wise- man, Vicki Blasucci, Kristen Jensen, Julie Schotanus, Susan Steen, Kristin Parkinson, Georgann Grabiec, Kathy Schnarr, Kate Ewing, Suzy Gill, and Jenny Purcell, Row 4: Chris Derocher, Vicky Tucker, Carrie King, Kirsten Jensen, Stacy Swan, Elizabeth Ryerson, Carrie Bedrosian, Michelle Jones, Beth Burkhalter, Charla Minson, Angle Bamhart, Ruth Leetz, Bobette Carley, Karolyn Wells, Robin Beaty, Lorie Ferrari, and Ronda Beaty. 194 Zeta Tau J-. v,-,,,.- Zeta Tau Alpha was founded nationally in 1898. The chapter here at Millikin was found- ed in 1912. This year Zeta Tau Alpha served several philanthropies. They were involved with the Decatur hospitals by passing out stickers to children at Halloween, helped out with Jaycees Christmas Parade and assisted the Red Cross with a Blood Drive. Zeta Tau Alpha Executives, front row, left to right: Sandi Dreyer — 1st Vice-President; Lisa Hoffman President; Kim Stover — President; and Lyne Courtney — 1st Vice-President. Row 2: Natalie Mauck Ritual; Beth Brown — Recording Secretary, Pledge Trainer; Diane Dave is — Historian; Denise Williams Rush Chair; Michele Ianni — Treasurer, Treasurer; Lori Scroggins — House Manager; Blythe Holmes Rush Chair; Liz McMahon — Recording Secretary; and Keri Girard — Pledge Trainer. The Women of Zeta Tau Alpha, front row, left to right: Kristina Dockins, Libby Dewey, and Liz McMahon. Row 2: Lisa Hoffman, Lynette Matus- zewski, and Sandi Dreyer. Row 3: Natalie Mauck and Lesa Leinberger. Row 4: Tammy Kinsey, Ma- dine Mason, Carrie Manuel, Kim Stover, and Lyne Courtney. Row 5: Denise Williams, Michele Ianni, and Tatia Thompson. Row 6: Lori Scroggins, Mi- chelle Stillman, and Diane Davelis. Row 7: Beth Brown, Cari McCaffrey, and Blythe Holmes. Row 8: Andrea Taylor, Jill Wright, and Angie Plasschaert. Row 9: Christi Geidner, Stacey Smith, Meghan Stewart, Rie Zurlinden, and Keri Girard. 193 a " Tau Ckejga Alpha Tau Omega was founded nationally in 1863. The chapter here at Millikin was chartered in 1973. Alpha Tan Omega has served several philanthropies some of which consist of sponsoring a circus for un- derprivileged children of Macon county for the De- catur Noon Optimist Club, the chapter donated ten smoke alarms to be installed in homes of senior citi- zens for the Decatur office on Aging in conjunction with the weatherization Energy Assistance Pro- gram. They also participated in the great Pride of the Prairie Pa in toff " Team up to clean up, ' ' to assist elderly or disabled residents of Decatur, sponsored a children ' s Halloween Party for the Big Brother-Big Sister Program of Macon County, and volunteered help for the special Olympics Track meet. In the 1987 Greek week activities the Men of Alpha Tau Omega finished in first place in the Talent Show and the Overall Competition. During this years ' Homecom- ing activities the chapter finished in first place in the Games and Overall Competition. The Executives of Alpha Tau Omega, from left to right: David Brennecke — House Manger, Doug Bales — President, Travis Johnston — Secretary, Mike Owens — Vice President, and not pictured — Joe Meyer — Treasurer. The Men of Alpha T au Omega, front row, from left to right: Gary Murrell, Kevin Crawford, Steve Bull, Jerry Frost, and Mike Lauser. Row 2: John Roth, Chad John- Man, Brad Naughton, Matt Proud, Todd Gedville, Ben Hogue, Rob Barharn, Andy Larson, and Dave Hentrich. Row 1: Pete Nennert, Frank Bruno, Darren Winkler, David Brennecke, Steve Dove, Jamie Craven, Paul Schade, Chuck Matz, Mike DeGroot, and Kevin Turner. Row 4: Doug Bales, Travis Johnston. Mike Owens, Boh Beckwith, Brad Wieshaar, Mike Voeller, Kenton Day, and Dave Thompson. Row 5. ' Charlie Leake, Oliver Pinkpank, Jeff Thompson, and Jot Bart. Kappa Sig ia • j? " 111 ill i ill 41 mi ■ 1111 linn? Kappa Sigma was founded nationally in 1869- The chapter here at Millikin was founded in 1966. Kappa Sigma has served several philanthropies. This year they were involved with the Decatur " Sparkle and Shine " program, in which they helped to paint the exterior of a Decatur home. In the 1987 Greek Week activities the men of Kappa Sigma finished in first place in the Games Competition. During this years ' Homecoming activities the chapter was awarded the Spirit Award. The Executives of Kappa Sigma, from left to right: Roy Prochaska — Grand Scribe; John Wynn — Grand Treasurer; John Gruhn — Grand Procurator; and Dave Richardson — Grand Master of Ceremonies. Row 2: Mark Shaner — Grand Treasurer; Ron Kurza — Grand Scribe, Grand Master; Calvin Wilson — Grand Procurator, Grand Master; and Chris Wronkiewicz — Grand Treasurer, Grand Procurator. The Men of Kappa Sigma, front row, from left to right: Jim Prank and Chris Wronkiewicz. Row 2: John Wynn, Frank Krebs, Pete Denby, Mark Shaner, Eric Bequelin, John Gruhn, and Craig Davelis. Row 3: Phil Dunelson, Mickey Smith, Matt McDonnell, Murray Bishop, Tom Scrivner, Scott Bruner, Torrey Thomas, Toby Grabs, John Brandt, and Ken Bialecke. Row 4: Phil Levy, Bill Bearder, Grant Schmidt, Rick Dusek, Scott Sheehan, Dave Richardson, Doug Palmer, John Wrigley, Clark Beckway, Brian Hackbarth, Andy Argo, Chuck Decker, and Craig Palter. Row 5: Mike Berger,Jim Cimarnstjohn King, Roy Prochaska, Lewis Cline, Rob Stocke, Calvin Wilson, and Ron Kurza. Sigma Jilpkx Spsifon Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded nationally in 1856. The chapter here at Millikin was founded in 1911. Sigma Alpha Epsilon serves several philanthropies. During this years Homecoming activities the Men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon finished in first place in the House Dec Competition. The Executives of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, front row, left to right: Bob Green — Spring Scholarshi p Chair; fared Skorburg — Spring Social Chair; fohn Ruzicka — Fall House Manger; and Rick Rush — Co-Rush for Spring. Row 2: Brian Hunt — Fall Vice- President; Ralph McCurdy — Fall President; Chris Walsh — Fall Social, Spring President; and foe Perry — Fall Pledge Trainer, Spring Co- Rush. Row 3: John Neubaur — Spring Recorder; fay; Marshall — Fall Treasurer; Dennis Dunleavy — Fall Scholarship; Shane Russell — Spring Treasurer; Dave Peistrup — Spring Pledge Trainer; and Norm Rokosz — Spring House Manager. The Men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, front row, left to right: fared Skorburg, Rob fones, Dave Peistrup, Ke li Mahon, Charlie Camillo,Rick Rush, Kimson l)y Ning, ami John Ruzicka, Row 2: Chris Walsh, Ralph McCurdy, Josh Hobbkk, Pat Duffy, Kevin Bodine, Brian Labeck, Phil Brown, Bob Green, and John Larkin. Row i: Wes Johnson, Joe Perry, Brian Hunt, Scott Brinkmeier, Norm Rokosz, Steve Bryson, Fran Johnson, Steve Capps, Paul W ' trth, Bill Tolone, and John Neubaur. Ron ' 4: Tim Dawson, Brian Girard, Fred Hickman, Steve McKenzieJay Marshall, Dennis I ittttltavy, Brian Lund, and Shane Russell. Tau Kappa Spsifon Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded nationally in 1899. In 1909 it was the first Greek chapter founded here at Millikin and the second TKE chapter to be founded in the nation. Tau Kappa Epsilon serves several philanthropies. This year they were involved with collecting donations for the Progress Resource Center, collecting cans of food for the salvation Army and sponsored an International child. In the 1987 Greek Week ac- tivities of Men of Tau Kappa Epsilon finished in first place in the Sign Competition. During this years ' Homecoming activities the chapter finished in first place in the Talent Show Competition. The Executives of Tau Kappa Epsilon, front row, left to right: Jim Parker — Fall Pledge Trainer; Tony Karwatowicz — Treasurer; Bart Cleland — Vice-President for Spring; and Rob Keenan — Spring Pledge Trainer. Back row: Brad Warren — Spring Secretary; Jeff Sterling — Tall Secretary; Arthur Breur — Spring Chaplain; Bob Case — Tall Vice-President, Spring President; Rob Schaefer — Spring Sergeant at Arms, Clint Hawks — Fall Sergeant at Arms, and Dave Schade — Fall Chaplain. The Men of Tau Kappa Epsilon, front row, left to right: Dave Schade, Rob Schaefer, Jeff Sterling, Tony Karwatowicz, and Bob Case. Row 2: Rick Thompson, Rich Warfield, Clint Hawks, Arthur Breur, Bart Cleland, Eric Robinson, John Bowen, Chris Stiver son, and Tim Stout. Row 3: Jim Parker, Rick Wiedenhoeft, Doug French, Ken Kennedy, Jeff Hughes, Rob Keenan, Reggie Bardliving, Kevin Turpin, Steve Gar- vey, Brad Warren, Tom Lewis, and Phil Hash. A night at UCB skate night - Decatur Civic Center 200 What a couple - Jerry and Wendy Early morning brisk jog. 201 tt(M One big part of life at Millikin is the experience of living on campus. Millikin offers their students a vari- ety of living opportunities. One may live in one of many on campus residence halls that offer an atmosphere of friendship and growth. The halls are staffed with Resident Assistants and Hall Directors who help to foster the atmosphere and provide assistance to those in need. Our hats are off to Millikin for supplying quality living arrangements and a dedicated staff. Millikin ' s Residence Hall Directors and Supervisor, from left to right: Lori Kerans, Kim Proffitt, Jodi Ernest, Barry Coleman and Director of Housing Laura Cornille-Cannady. Ah! The comforts of home. 202 Millikin University of football coach Carl Poelker and his staff developed an explosive brand of speed-oriented football last year and this year ' s season was no different. The Blazing Blue hit the trail to attain the 6-3 record, earning a 2nd place finish in the Col- lege Conference of Illinois and Wisconsi This year, the Big Blue offense ranked 2nd in Division III scoring statistics by averaging 26.0 points a game. Millikin $ potential was apparent to others since the big Blue was ranked eighth in Football News ' preseason NCAA Division III national poll and tabbed by CCIW coaches as the team that possessed the ability to dethrone six- time defending CCIW champion and four -time defending NCAA Division III cham- pion Augustana. Poelker welcomed back 45 lettermen, including 12 full-time starters and five part-time starters, among 115 squad members and enough speed to turn a football game into a track meet. Millikin suffered key graduation losses at quarterback, punter, defensive end, corner - back, and free safety but there was a positive outlook on the season thanks to a 24-man senior class that has a three year record of 22-5. The Big Blue ' s exceptional speed began with All- American sprinter junior JeffQuerry, wide -receiver, who lead the conference in scoring. Other conference strandings include Chuck Martin ranked second in the conference for kick scoring, Gregg DeVries ranking third in Passing in the conference for man ' kick scoring, Gregg DeVries ranking third in Passing in the conference, Kelly Jackson ranking fourth in rushing, Jeff Queery ranked second in re- ceiving, Rick Rujawitz ranked 4th in Kick off returns and second in Punt returns. Jeff Queery was also named to the 1987 College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin All -Star Football team as wide receiver and center Kip Crandall, one of the tri -captains, was also named to the offense of the All Star Team. On defense for the All-Star Team for Millikin was Tim Howell, linebacker and one of this year ' s tri-captains, passer Rick Rujawitz and Jeff Queery. Named to the Second team offense were Kelly Jackson, Curt Reed and Chuck Martin with Honorable mention going to Gregg DeVries and Terry Philbin and named to the second team Tracy Natyshok and Dan Gordon with Honorable mention going to Jerry Brum- mitt. Big Blue Senior Tri -Captains Tim Howell, Linebacker and First- Team All- American; Kip Crandall, center and Two-time All -CCIW; and Stan Travis, Linebacker and Two-time letter- lh Jftgfaing 1?ig ' Eht }ooiboll Team on 4t nej y jianouated lawfe M- Lindsay jMd. Senior Linebacker Dan Cordon from Arthur — Libeled as one of the fastest linebackers in MM, history by Co uh Poelker. 204 1987 MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL (Record: 6-3; CCIW: 6-2, 2nd) Carroll 13, Millikin 10 (H) Millikin 30, Wbeaton 13 (A) Millikin 45, III. Wesley an 20 (H) Millikin 28, Carthage 8 (A) SW Baptist 31, Millikin 6 (H) Millikin 31, North Central 26 .(H) Augustana, 48, Millikin 14 (A) Millikin 25, Elmhurst 13 (H) Millikin 53, North Park 0 (A) Head Coach — Carl Poelker After 14 years as an assistant coach for the Big Blue,, Carl Poelker was named head coach prior to the 1982 season. He is a 1968 graduate of Millikin where he was a three -year football letterman and an all- district defensive lineman. He earned his M.S. degree at Illinois State University. Poelker has been a full time member of the Millikin staff since 1973 and earlier was a part-time assistant for five years while teaching and coaching at Macon High School. Poelker served five years as Millikin wrestling coach and four seasons as track coach. He continues to serve Millikin as physical education teacher. He was assistant football coach in 1981 after serving nine years as defensive coordinator, a period during which Millikin ranked first or second in conference defense for eight successive years. His record for six seasons at Millikin is 37- 16- 1. Linebacker Stan Travis rushed through the line. Members of the training staff, back row standing from left, Bruce Lanum, Jennifer Letterer, Ben Davis, Robin Harris, Kelly Walls and Grant Shockey. Front row, Sue Palter, Jennifer Rheeling, Amy Runkl and Shannon Black. 203 ' Big Mie tVotkpoll If the Big Blue had a slogan for the season it could have been " catch the wave " , the wave of excitement and positive attitude generated by first year Coach Linda Slagell. Slagell joined the Big Blue coaching staff after guiding Effingham High School to a four-year 79-39 volleyball record, including a 27-7 record and an Illinois High School Association Class AA " Sweet Sixteen " state tournament appearance last year. The team featured six letter winners, including four starters, and nearly a half dozen newcomers that Slagell felt would make positive contributions before the season ' s end. Among the returnees were All- College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin hitter Susan Aide. Aide, the CCIW leader in kills per game last year, also earned All - Midwest Region and Big Blue most valuable player honors. Also expected to retain starting assignments were junior letter winners Shelley Branden- burg, honorable mention All -CCIW as a hitter, and two-year starting setter Hallie Pierceall. Sophomore setter Shelli LaReau is the remaining holdover starter. Letter winnin ' g ' sophomore Kim Thornton, a part-time starter last season, was counted on to help fill one of two open hitter positions. Sophomore letter winner Kelley Swick served as a defensive specialist. Competing in collegiate volleyball for the first time was talented senior Jackie Brown, a three- time letter winner in the high jump. Help also came from junior Kim Gait her, who transferred from Richland Community College where she earned most valuable player honors last year, and impressive freshman Karrie Time, who, " is only 5 - 5 but jumps like she s nearly 6 -foot and is one of the most talented players on the team, " according to Slagell. Freshman expected to contribute this year were twin sisters Jennifer and Sue Camaden, who were honorable mention all- state, all- area and all -conference selections. All- area high school selections setter Karla Kenney and hitter Heidi Toot. Senior Susan Aide is up for the strike. Members of the team are, front row, from left, freshman jenny Camden, Metcalf; junior Kim Gaither, Moweaqua; freshman Heidi Toot, Brownstown; sophomore Kim Thornton, Lexington; senior Jackie Brow, Macon; freshman Sarah Camden, Metcalf; back row, freshman Karrie Timm, Pleasent Plains; freshman Angie Barnhart, Mahonet; senior Susan Aide, Pana; coach Linda Slagell; junior Cheryl Walejko, Cary; sophomore Kelley Swick, Mattoon; junior Hallie Pierceall, New Berlin; and sophomore Shelli LaReau, Watseka. Junior Shelley Brandenburg, Windsor, is not pictured. Sopbomen Kelley Swick S«ti for , hit 1987 Schedule Sept. 7 WASHINGTON U. (Lj Sept. 9 BLACKBURN (W) Sept. 11-12 Elmhurst Invitational (W-2.L-3) Sept. 16 EUREKA (W) Sept. 19 McKENDREE (LI Sept. 22 at Wheaton (L) Sept. 25-26 III. Benedictine Invit. (L-2) . Sept. 29 at Knox (W) : Oct. 1 ELMHURST (Lj Oct. 3 NORTH PARK (W) Oct. 6 NORTH CENTRAL (Wj ' Oct. 9 at Carthage (Lj Oct. 10 at Carrooll ( W) Oct. 12 ILLINOIS WESLEY AN (L) Oct. 16 at August ana (L) 1 Oct. 19 at Olivet Naze rene ( Lj Oct. 21 GREENVILLE (W) Oct. 23-24 Juniata (Pa.) Invitational Oct. 27 ' at Blackburn (L) Oct. 29 at MacMurray (W) Oct. 31 at Eureka with Aurora (W) Nov. 3 CCIW Championships Qualifying Round (W-2) Nov 6-7 CCIW Championships at N.Park ( W- 3,L- 2 -Third Place) Coach Linda Slagell Linda Slagell enters her first year as Millikin ' s volleyball coach after serving four years as Ef- fingham High School coach were her teams posted a 79-39 record, including a 27-7 record and an Illinois High School Association Class AA " Sweet Sixteen " state tournament appearance in 1986. Slagell also teaches physical education classes and serves as women ' s track coach. She earned her B.S. degree at Illinois State University and M.A. degree at Sangamon State University. She previously taught and coached volleyball at Decatur Mac Ar- thur High School. She also was a staff member with the Macon County Day Probation and the Decatur YWCA. Senior hitter Jackie Brown eyes the ball Hitter Angie Barnhart sets the ball for hitter Karrie Timm ' BIG " BLUS SOOCSf? SVcoW jy r coach Dr. Bill Bodamer was more at ease welcoming back 10 lettermen, including eight full-time starters and five seasoned sophomores. Added to Bodamer ' s optimism was the addition of several quality newcomers, including a highly regarded high school goalie. The Big Blue opened the season Sept. 2 at Wheaton with a loss to the NCAA Division III power and 1984 national champion, and then faced consecutive road dates Sept. 3 at Lincoln Christian, Sept. 11-12 at the Illinois Benedictine Centennial Classic and Sept. 19 at Principia. Mill i kin kicked off its home schedule Sept. 26 against Webster with a 4-0 victory and then won over St. Francis on Sept. 27 with a 2- 1 victory on a home field Millikin ' s list of returnees began with the backline strength of junior fullbacks Jack Klawitter ofSteger and Rick Rush of Geneva and sophomore fullbacks Peter Obermann and Chris Walsh, both from Hoffman Estates. Freshman goalie David Weil of Belleville, who " exhibits tremendous athletic ability and goalkeeper abilities, " accord- ing to Bodamer, and junior fullback Rick Clark of Freeport, who transfered to Millikin from Lincoln College where he was most valuable player last season, bolstered the defense this season. Goalie depth was available from senior Craig Davelis of Palos Heights, who had to sit out last season, and freshman Richard Wallace of Decatur. Three of last season ' s four midfield starters returned in sophomore David Peistrup of St. Louis, Mo., sophomore Jimmi Brookhart of Springfield and senior Steve Capps of Chatham. The candidates for the other starting assignment were freshman Brian Lebeck of Clarendon Hills and senior twins John and Jay Marshall of Decatur, who saw considerable time as backups last season. John was alternate between the midfield and backline and Jay was expected to serve in the midfield and on the frontline. Bodamer had confidence in forward scoring threats sophomore Chris Klawitter of Steger, who led the Big Blue with 7 goals this season, and freshman Joe Tolan of Collinsville, who scored 28 goals in his three -year high school career. Help at the third forward spot came from Jay Marshall and freshman Trent Wilkinson of Decatur. 6-4 Senior John Marshall from Decatur eyes the goal. Big Blue Soccer, front row from left, Rick Rush, David Peistrup, Trent Wilkinson, Brian Lebeck, David Weil, Richard Wallace, Joe Tolan, Peter Obermann, Chris Walsh, and Chris Klawitter. Back row, from left: Erin Doherty, trainer; coach Dr. William Bodamer, Rick Clark, Jack Klawitter, Steve Capps, Jay Marshall, John Marshall, Craig Davelis, Jimmi Brookhart, Fred Hickman, manager; assistant coach Walt Wessel, and trainer Molly Austiff. 208 About the Coach Named the first coach of the varsity intercollegiate soccer program upon its start in 1986 was Dr. William Bodamer, Griswold distinguished profes- sor of religion, who coached Millikin ' s club team for three years. Dr. Bodamer is a soccer coach in the Decatur YMCA Youth league since 1979 and has served as a referee since 1983- He joined the Milli- kin faculty as chaplain and assistant professor of religion in 1965. He assumed full-time classroom responsibilities in 1969 and was named professor of religion in 1978. He received a B.A. degree from Wagner College, and bachelor of divinity and Ph.D. degrees from Princeton Theological Semi- nary. Bodamer and his wife Jane have four chil- dren. Season leaders Goals: Chris Klawitter and Joe Tolan (7) Shots on Goal: David Peistrup (30) Shots: David Peistrup (47) SOG%: David Peistrup (63.8) Assists: David Peistrup (9) Points: Chris Klawitter (19) Game Winning Assists: David Peistrup ( 3 ) Game Winning Goals: Chris Klawitter (4) Freshman Trent Wilkinson of Decatur travels the ball down towards the goal. Midfielder Jimmi Brookhart, a sophomore from Springfield, head butts the ball as Sophomore fullback Chris Walsh watches. 1987 Results (Record: 7-8-0) Chris Klawitter, forward sophomore from Steger watches the ball to travel down the field. 9-2 Wheaton L 2-4 9-11 111. Benedictine L 0-5 9-12 III. Wesleyan W 5-1 9-91 Principia L 1-2 9-26 Webster W 4-0 9-27 St. Francis W 2-1 10-3 Aurora L 1-2 I0-8 Olivet Nazarene L 1-2 10-10 North Central L 0-2 10-13 Illinois Wesleyan W 3-2 10-15 Augustana L 0-3 10-18 Rose-Hulman W 4-2 10-18 Greneville W 2-1 10-27 McKendree L 2-8 10-31 Illinois Wesleyan W 3-1 209 .0h m% Ckoss Coming into the season, Millikin has lost some top runners, two from the men ' s team and four of the top six runners from last season ' s woman ' s team. Despite this Big Blue coach Don Luy approached the season optimistically. For the women ' s team: The prospects for the women ' s team became extremely excited due to the addition of three promising newcomers to team with veteran Karen DeWerff Stiner, a three -time letter winner and two-time most valuable runner who finished eighth at the CCIW meet last year. Newcomers supplying the women with a bright outlook included sophomore Cyndi Wells, a first-year cross country runner, freshman Peggy Brennan, and sophomore Robin Harris. Junior Margaret Doak returned healthy to seek her third letter after suffering through two injury filled seasons. She opened last season as Millikin ' s No. 2 runner and ran two races before missing the rest of the season. Rounding out the women ' s squad were sophomore letter winners Sunny Keaton and Michelle Roseth and freshman Wendy Olszewski. And now the men: Despite a pre- season stress fracture that will sideline sophomore Bob Bergland, last season ' s most valuable runner, for eight weeks, Luy was optimistic about the men ' s team which returned seven healthy lettermen, including four who finished among the Big Blue ' s top three at least once last season. Expected to pace the Big Blue were sophomore Pat German, who finished among the Big Blue ' s top three in two meets last fall despite an injury filled season, and impressive freshman Andy Larson. Right behind German and Larson were three- time letterman Prank Martin, and junior lettermen Steve Seifert, Tim Stout and Jerry Yockey. Depth is added by three- time letterman Norm Rokosz and sophomore transfer Tony Carton. 4 r " Kit : ' • Karen DeWerff Stiner, Women ' s MYVP WOMEN ' S ROSTER Margaret Brennan Karen DeWerff Stiner Margaret Doak Robin Harris Sunny Keaton Wendy Olszewski Michelle Rosleth Cyndi Wells .... 210 1988 JVWs Ctoss GoiM iy Tenwt Coach Luy wishes everyone well before competition begins Men ' s Roster Bob Bergland Norm Rokosz Tony Carton Steve Seifert Pat German Tim Stout Andy Larson Jerry Yockey Frank Martin 1988 Cross Country Results Sept. 7 Lincoln Land Invitational Women — 3rd Men — 2nd Sept. 12 Wabash Cross Country Relay Women — 3rd Men — 4th Sept. 19 Mi Hi kin Classic Women — 4th Men — 7th Oct. 3 Parkland Invitational at Champaign Women — 1st Men — 4th Oct. 10 Washington U. Invitational Women — 10th Men — 15 th Oct. 24 Small College State Meet at Monmouth Women — 3rd Men — 5th Nov. 7 CCIW Championships at Naperville Women — 5th Men — 8th Nov. 14 NCAA Division III Midwest Regional at Augustana Women — 10th Men — 14th 211 Football Cheerleaders: Rhonda Proffitt, Judy Eshman, Cindy Mester, Andi Podowicz, Jim Paluga, Dave Beccue, Carol N orris, Amy Thackery, Christine Coye and Robin Beaty. Jay Marshall — missing from picture Basketball Cheerleaders: Amy Thackery, Rhonda Proffitt, Audi Podowicz, Judy Eshman, Jim Paluga, Jay Marshall, Cindy Mister, Audi Podowicz, Robin Beatty, and Car- ol Norris An. The MILLIDEK cheers the following for achieving this honor FOOTBALL: Terry Philbin, Offensive Guard, 2nd Team VOLLEYBALL: Jackie Brown, Hitter, 2nd Team MEN ' S BASKETBALL: Brian Horst, 3rd Team (2nd Consecutive Year) BASEBALL: Jack Klawitter, OF Bill Tolone, 3B, both 1st Team SOFTBALL: Paula Keller, OF, 2nd Team WOMEN ' S At- LARGE: Sue Palter, Tennis, 2nd Team Millikin led the College Division (NCAA II and III and NAIA Schools) with seven 1st, 2nd or 3rd Team GTE Academic All- Ameri- cans. 213 Sa owi£hs Tenuis First year coach Diane Richards, who formerly was an assistant coach at Purdue University and coached at the high school level, welcomed back four of last year ' s top six players, Richards, a certified teaching tennis professional, is an active player in United States Tennis Association and has taught tennis at the Decatur Country Club and in the Layfayette, Ind., Parks Program. Leading the Big Blue ' s list of returnees were senior twins Sue and Jenny Parks, who played No. 1 and 2 singles and No. 1 and 2 doubles. As a doubles combo they compiled a 14-4 record and placed third at the CCIW meet. Other returnees were junior Meg McKellar and senior three-time letter winner Sue Palter, who served in a No. 1 doubles spot. Sue Palter, finishing the season at a 6-5 mark in singles finished 3rd in CCIW Other members of the team were Cindy Messenger and Leslie Gilbert, Jean Kottke, Margaret For an, Kirsten Lamborn and Heather Lisk. Senior Jenny Parks — past of Millikin ' s all-time winningest doubles combination with a 30-14 career record, (with her sister Sue Parks) Front row, left to right, the Women ' s Tennis Team: Meg McKellar, Cindy Messenger, Margaret Foranjean Kottke, Jenny Parks. Back row: Heather Lisk, Sue Palter, Sue Parks, Leslie Gilbert, Kirsten Lamborn, and Coach Richards 214 Cindy Messenger during warm-up Big Blue Dual Meet Results (Record: 6-6) Opponent Score Elmhurst L 8-1 Lewis Clark L 7-2 Eastern Illinois L 9-0 Sangamon State L 5-4 Illinois Wesleyan W 1-2 North Central W 7-2 North Park W 9-0 Illinois College W 9-0 Augustana L 8-1 Washington U. (Mo.) L 8-1 Lincoln Land W 7-2 Quincy W 8-1 Knox L 7-2 Singles Player No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 Margaret Foran 1 0 0- 1 Leslie Gilbert o- ; 0 2 1-0 Kirsten Lamborn 1-2 jean Kottke 1 2 1-2 2 1 5-6 Meg McKellar 2-1 6 8 0-1 Cindy Messenger 3 4 1-3 4 6 0-1 Sue Palter 0- 6-4 Jenny Parks 1-0 Sue Parks 2-4 10-5 1 0 Doubles Player No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 McKellar Palter 5-9 McKellar Messenger 1-6 J. Parks S. Parks 0-2 14-2 Gilbert Lamborn 1-2 3-1 3-6 Lamborn j Messenger 3-0 Kottke Messenger 0-1 Heather Lisk Messenger 1-0 Gilbert Messenger 1-0 Foran Kottke 0-1 Meg McKellar returns the serve 213 Men ' s Tmiis The return of three lettermen who experienced a sub -par season provided coach Tony Young with a note of optimism as a new season got underway. The key to success would rest in how the newcomers progressed. Among the returnees expected to help improve on last season ' s sixth place College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin finish were senior Jeff Johnston, who earned most valuable player honors this year, and two-time letterman Kevin Wilson, who played No. 4 singles. Johnston earned a 7 -9 singles record and 9- 9 doubles mark for this season. Instant help came from freshmen Tim Kane who played a 2-10 No. 2 singles and a 3-1 No. 2 doubles with Kevin Wilson, and Jeff Kuhl man, 11-6 on a No. 3 singles and a 3-2 record on No. 1 doubles with Jeff Johnston. Adding experience to the Big Blue ' s lineup was junior letterman Phil Feinsot, who was slated for No. 5 singles and No. 2 and 3 doubles for the year with a 9-8, 2-0, and a 2-2 record respective- ly. Other key newcomers were senior David Rupert and freshman Tim Eimermann who earned a 7-4 and a 4-2 respectively in singles and a 9-5 and 4-2 record for doubles. Millikin finished the season with a 7 -3 dual meet record and a fourth place finish in the CCIW Championships held at Millikin. 1988 Season Opponent Score Sangamon State W 6-3 Culver-Stockton W 7-2 Lincoln Land W 9-0 North Central L 6-3 Carthage W 7-2 Illinois College W 6-3 III. Wesley an W 5-4 Elmhurst L 6-3 North Park W 6-3 Greenville L 8-1 Qostel Name Yr Sean Caldwell JR Tim Eimermann FR Troy Elbert SO Philip Feinsot JR Jeff Johnston SR Tim Kane FR Jeff Kuhl man FR Dave Rupert SR Kevin Wilson SR Player No. 1 Singles No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 Tim Eimermann Phil Feinsot Jeff Johnston 7-9 9-8 4-2 Tim Kane Jeff Kuhlman Dave Rupert Kevin Wilson 6-20 11-6 8-9 7-4 M1LL1KIN CCIW PLACE WINNERS 3 Singles — Jeff Kuhlman, 3rd (3-1) 1 DBS — Johnston Kane 4th place (2-2) 2 DBS — Kuhlman I Wilson, 4th p lace (2-2) 3 DBS — Feinsot Rupert, 4th Place (2-2) Senior Dave Rupert and Junior Phil Feinsot in No. 2 Doubles Doubles Player No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 Johnston Kane 6-7 Johnston Kuhlman 3-2 Kuhlman Wilson 1-0 9-4 Kane Wilson 3-1 Feinsot Kane 1-0 Feinsot Rupert 1-0 8-5 Feinsot Eimermann 2-2 Eimermann Sean Caldwell 2-0 Jeff Kuhlman sets for the swing Up for the serve 217 1?ig ' Ekt SA ziestfaHQ Seven returning regulars, including two College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin champions and three third-place finishers, provided a bright outlook for the Millikin wrestling team. Newcomers made the picture even brighter. Among Millikin ' s top returnees were NCAA Division III national qualifiers Kip Crandall, a three- time CCIW heavyweight champion who had a 66-10 career record, and Matt McDonnell, a defending CCIW champion at 126 points who moved to 134 for this year. He had art 18-15 record last year. Conference third place finishers returning were Vince Smith, Dale Etscheid, and Scott Alfeo. Some outstanding season performances by Kip Crandall who captured 1st in all tournaments including CCIW championships. During the NCAA Division III Championships he finished 2nd with a 3- 1 record. Another top 3 finishes for the tournament season were freshman Mike Mackowiak received a 1st in the 126 weight division at the Indiana Little State Meet. Walt Scott, a freshman, finished 3rd, in the 134 weight class, freshman Joe Grossen finished 1st, Mickey Smith finished 3rd in the 158 weight class, Senior Brent Campbell finished 2nd in the 167 weight class, Scott Alfeo finished 2nd in the 190 class, and Shane Crandall came in 3rd in heavyweight class all at the Indiana Little State Meet. Mackowiak walked away with 3rd again at the Ohio Northern Invitational. Other CCIW highlights for the individual placings were Marino-4th in 118; Grossen- 3rd in 150; and Mahoney- 1st in 190. At the NCAA Championship Mahoney finished with a 1-2 record for the 190 weight class. Senior Kip Crandall, Four- time CCIW Heavyweight Champion. Big Blue Roster Name Wt. Scott Alfeo 177- 190 John Arlis 190 Brent Campbell 167 Rick Clark 758-767 Kip Crandall Hwt. Shane Crandall Hwt. Kevin Crawford 126 Dale Etscheid 7 50 Joe Grossen 742-750 George Krebs 7 58 Mike Mackowiak 126 Scott Ma gee 767-777 Tom Marino 778 Matt McDonnell 126-134 Tracy Natyshok 190 John Powers Hwt. Jeff Scott 142 Walt Scott U4 Mickey Smith 750-158 Vince Smith 134-143 Dave Stawniak 167 Bill Strawniak 142 John Wynn 134 218 Coach Poe coaches one of the wrestlers Seniors Overall Record Brent Campbell Kip Crandall Matt McDonnell 12-14-0 25-1-0 1-6-0 Sophomore Tom Marino 1988 CCIW WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS February 20, Millikin University TEAM SCORES: 1. Augustana 85 Vi; 2. Wheaton 82 Va ; 3. Elmhurst 39; 4. Millikin 35 ' A; 5. North Central 35 V ; 6. Carthage 20 ' A; 7. Carroll 19 ' A. Heavyweight champion Kip Crandall of Millikin became the sixth wrestler in CC1W history to win four individual titles and their first heavyweight. 1988 Season Season Dual Result - Record: 7-5-0 Date MU Opponent OPP 11 21 44 Carroll 10 11 21 20 Valparaiso 25 12 10 51 DePauw 4 12 10 12 Wabash 22 1 29 17 Olivet Nazarane 22 1 29 37 Elmhurst 12 1 30 7 Olivet, Mich 37 1 30 36 DePauw 15 1 30 35 Wheaton 15 1 30 42 MacMurray 11 1 30 15 Wittenberg 32 2 3 37 Knox 9 Matt McDonnell during the CCIW meet 219 Last year was a season of adjustment for everyone involved in the Millikin women ' s basketball program which featured first -year coach Lori Kerans and nine freshmen or sophomores on a 12-player roster. Kerans entered her second year of coaching with nine letter winners, including six players with starting experience. Among the returnees was senior Paula Keller, a two-time All- American who entered her senior season sixth on Millikin ' s all-time scoring list with 1,074 points. Sophomores expected to earn starting nods were Betty Ray, a first -team NCAA Division III freshman All- American last year who started 13 games; Stacey LaFeber, who started in five games and had the leagues ' second highest field goal percentage; and Phyllis Sperry, who started 1 1 games. The newcomer with the biggest impact was expected to be freshman Kris Porter, who average 20. 1 points and 6.0 rebounds her senior year at Paris High School. Strong bench play was expected from guard Erin Whitley, and center Jennifer Rheeling, who started nine games last year and had the CCIW ' s fourth highest field goal percentage. Depth was provided from two-time letter winner Janet Collins, a 5-8 junior forward who had exhibited noteworthy improvement in pre- season drills, and freshman guard Molly Morrison, who adds strong playmaking and perimeter shooting abilities. Other letter winners were junior Cheryl Walekjo and sophomore Terri Schrishuhn Sophomore center Jennifer Rheeling tips off for two The W omens ' Basketball team, front row, from left to right: Molly Morrison, Susan Price (unable to finish season), Debbie Kelly, and Karla Kenney. Row 2: Michelle Williamson, Janet Collins, Phyllis Sperry, Jennifer Rheleing, Betty Ray, and Kris Porter. Row 3: Coach Lori Kerans, Stacey LaFeber, Erin Whitley, Paula Keller, Terri Schrishuhn, and Assistant Coach Judy Fitzgerald. 220 Assistant Coach Judy Fitzgerald Joining Kerans on the Big Blue coaching staff in 1986-87 was assistant coach Judy Fitzgerald, a 1980 Mi Hi kin graduate who lettered four years in basketball. The Decatur St. Teresa High School graduate previously 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 Zone Center. 10R7 RR Rntter 1 yo - oo IKUJieT No. Name ' 13 Terri Schrisbuhn 20 Paula Keller 21 Janet Collins 22 Molly Morrison 24 Erin Whitley 30 Karla Kenney 31 Cheryl Walejko 33 Betty Kay 34 Stacey LaFeber 35 Debbie Kelly 40 Kris Porter 41 Michelle Williamson 42 Phyllis Sperry 52 Jennifer Rheeling Junior Erin Whitley passes the ball Coach Kerans cheers on her girls Big Blue Schedule Planning the strategy for the win Nov. 20 Olivet Nazarene Nov. 23 Blackburn Dec. 4 Illinois Wesleyan Dec. St. Frances Dec. 9 III. Central Dec. 12 Carthage Jan. 8 Carthage Jan. 9 Carroll Jan. 12 Marycrest, la. Jan. 13 Augustana Jan. 15 Elmhurst Jan. 16 Wheaton Jan. 19 Culver- Stockton Jan. 22 Carroll Jan. 23 Elmhurst Jan. 26 Washington U. Jan. 29 North Park Jan. 30 North Central Feb. 5 North Central Feb. 6 North Park Feb. 9 McKendree Feb. 12 Augustana Feb. 13 Wheaton Feb. 16 SIU - Edwardsville Feb. 20 111. Benedictine Feb. 27 III. Wesleyan 221 " BMSKSTRAL Four years ago Millikin coach Joe Ramsey looked forward to the future when his young squad would mature into a veteran team with talent, experience and depth. The future was now for the Big Blue. Ramsey welcomed nine lettermen, including four full- time starters and one part-time starter among seven upperclassmen. 4i Millikin was picked third in the CCIW Coaches ' pre- season poll behind defending national champion North Park and 1987 CCIW Runner- up Illinois Wesleyan. Anchoring the Big Blue were two-time all- CCIW center Bart Barnes, a 6-foot- 5 All- American candidate, and second-team all -CCIW guard Brian Horst, a 6-2 junior who earned third team GTE Academic All- American honors last year. Horst, recovering from a broken bone in his right foot, was not expected back until last December. Other returnees with starting experience from whom Ramsey sought improved play were two-year starters Joe Guin, a 6-2 sharpshooting senior who led the team with 49 three-point field goals last year, and6-5, 215-pound junior forward Jeff Bottorff, Another potential starter for the season was junior Mike Slapak. The 6- 5, 210 pounder averaged 13.0 points and 6.0 rebounds the final six games of the season when injuries pushed him into the starting lineup. Another candidate for a starting frontline assignment was two-time letterman Steve McKenzie, a junior who missed half last season with a thigh injury. Three- time letterman Dave Matheny, a 6-2, 1 90 pound senior who was a starting guard his first two seasons, was expected to see considerable action at small forward. Horst ' s injury focused extra attention on sophomore point guards Chuck Martin, a 6 ■ 2, 185- pound two-time football letterman who averaged 15.0 minutes of playing time in 25 games last i Ik, _ year, and 5-10, 185 pound Ron Martin. The highlight of the season was Millikin ' s No. 3 seeding in the Midwest Regional of the NCAA Division III tournament hosted at Millikin, ranked 13th nationally, had their 13 game winning streaks napped as Illinois Wesleyan won 84- 70 Feb. 27 to win the CCIW conference title. On March 5, the Titans of Wesleyan came into Griswold Center during the Midwest Regional in front of the some 4000 spectators and took the championship, defeating Milliki n, 91-74. All in all, Millikin had a super season with a 22-6 record and a 2nd place finish in the NCAA Division III Midwest Regional. The Men of Big Blue Basketball Bart Barnes, forward . . . 6-5, 220 pound senior from Girard. He was Four- time MVP, leading scorer and rebounder. Varsity 10 David Gillingham G 12 Darrell Gillespie G 14 Joe Guin G 20 Ron Martin G 22 Chuck Martin G 24 Brian Horst G 25 Bill To one F 30 Tom Knepler F 32 Dave Matheny G-F 33 Bart Barnes F- C 34 Mike Slapak F 3 5 Mark Cox F 40 Steve McKenzie F 42 Robert Schaefer C 44 Jeff Bottorff F Junior Varsity 12 10 Scott Wenzel G 14 14 Maurice Brown G 24 24 Rich Nottelmann GF 22 22 Ron Broaden F 25 21 Jeff Kuhlmann G-F 30 30 Tom Knepler F 32 32 Jeff Hoyt G 33 33 David Roper F iS iS Mark Cox F 40 40 Scott Bils F 42 42 Scott Waxy ' ' 44 20 Kirk McNeely G 222 6 - 2 senior guard Joe Guin does a lay up with ease. BIG BLUE SEASON 11 21 Franklin ( bid. ) W 69 68 12 1 MacMurray W 17 59 12 4 Aurora W 72 55 12 5 Illinois College W 69 66 12- 8 Washington U. o W 75 63 12- 11 Marian, Ind. L .57 59 12- 12 Eureka W 77 71 12- 28 Muhlenberg, Pa. W 91 66 12- 29 Wittenbere " ' 6 L 71 82 1 ■8 Cart have W 76 70 . 1 ■9 Carroll L 76 84 1 12 III. Wesleyan L 60 70 1 14 Elmhurst W 88 77 1 16 Wheaton W 79 68 1 19 North Park W 59 56 1 23 North Central W 75 69 1 26 Augustana W 83- 70 1 30 Elmhurst W 85 67 2 3 DePauw W 67 65 2- 5 Carthage o W 89 58 2 9 Wheaton W 71- 66 2 13 North Central W 72- 62 2 16 Aueustana W 87- 84 2- 19 Carroll W 86- 76 2- 24 North Park W 87- 80 2- 27 III. Wesleyan L 70- 84 3- 4 Wis. - Whitewater W 101- 86 2 J III. Wesleyan L 74- Q 1 1987-88 MILLIKIN SEASON BESTS Points: 32. Barnes 3 4 vs. Wis. -Whitewater FGMG: 13, Barnes, 3 5 vs. 111. Wesleyan EGA: 23. Barnes 3 5 vs. III. Wesleyan EG % : 90.0 Barnes 12 28 vs. Mublengerg (9-10) Mm. 10 Att. 3PM: 8. Gum 1 16 vs. Wheaton 3PA: 13, Guin 12 11 vs. Marian 3P%: 80.0 Guin 1 16 vs. Wheaton (8-10) FTM: 14, Barnes 3 4 vs. Wis. -Whitewater ETA: 18, Barnes 2 16 vs. Augustana FT%: 90.0, Barnes 12 29 vs. Wittenberg (9010) Mm. 10 Att. REB: 16, Barnes 1 14 vs. Elmhurst Assists: 9, R. Martin l 23 vs. North Central Steals: 6, Horst Vs vs. Carthage 5 - 10 sophomore guard Ron Martin goes for two Coach Ramsey, Steve McKenzieJeff Bottorff, Brian Horst, Bart Barnes, Chuck Martin, Joe Guin, and Mike Slapak Left: 6-2 junior guard Brian Horst maneuvers the ball around the court. 225 Suxn iming 6 DiOing Oh what a year! It was certainly a busy one! The team had a strong nucleus of swimmers return to the mighty depths of Mcintosh Pool this season and had some new talent splash on the scene. The team lost members throughout the season for a variety of reasons but this did not set them back. Improvement and being the best at what they did was utmost on their minds. Big Blue top returners were nine-time All-American senior Rodney Miller, two-time letter winning junior Michelle Bostic and three-time letter winning senior Maggie Young. The mens team also had eight returning All- Americans in 10 events, including swimmers from three national place winning relay teams, and the addition of an All -American from two years ago. Other men who brought strength to the team were other All- American Grant Schmidt, Ron Kurza, honorable mention Ail- American Maggie Young and another important letterman was Jim Slusser, who was a national qualifier and Kathy Schnarr, another letter winner with All- American potential. Rounding out the team were senior letterman Scott Sheehan, one of the CClW ' s best backstrokers the past three years, senior diver Brian Hunt, junior Greg Dart and Senior Craig Fuller, a two-time nationul place winner in the 200 breaststroke. The most promising freshman were Mitch Rink und Scott Brunner. For the women ' s teum we ulso suw the return of letter winner Wendi Prell und the bright new tulent in newcomers such us freshmun diver Michelle Murtin; Mury Leonurd und Lisu Howurd, Kuthy Mur- nume, and Vicki Rovel. Senior Diver Brian Hunt getting in some practice. 1988 Men ' s Swimming and Diving, pictured above. Due to team changes after this picture was taken, those names that appear are of those who finished the season. The team roster and events appear to the right. Starting in the front and working left to right all the way back are, Barnes, X. 2nd row: Sheehan, X, Brunner, X, Dart, Kurza, and Hunt. 2nd row: Akin, P alter, Slusser, X, Hentrich, Thomas, and Schmidt. Row 4: X, Rink, Lund, X, and Miller. (X= did not complete season) 224 Rodney Miller swims to victory in the breaststroke 1988 Women ' s Swimming and Diving, pictured above. Front row, left to right Lisa Howard (free IM), X, Michelle Martin (diving), and Michelle Bostic (back IM). Row 2: Mary Leonar (butter free), Vicki Rovel (distance free), Kathy Schnarr (breast IM), Mary Leonard (butter free), Wendi Prell (back free), and Maggie Young (breast IM). Kathy Murname (back free). (X= did not complete season.) ,U!I!C Ron Kurza awaits his national qualifying time Teammates cheer and coach from the side 1988 Men ' s Roster Name Events James Akin sprint free Ken Barnes diving Scott Brunner backstroke Greg Dart backstroke IM Dave Hentrich backstroke Brian Hunt diving Ron Kurza mid. - dist.free Brian Lund butterfly free Rodney Miller breast IM Craig Palkr breast j sprint free Mitch Rink dist.free back Grant Schmidt butterfly lM Scott Sheehan backstroke Jim Slusser breaststroke IM Torrey Thomas freestyle M.U. - the site of the 1988 CCW Championships 225 Men ' s Twck and Ff ' M This year, Big Blue coach Don Luy was hoping the team can climb higher behind the combination of 24 lettermen, including 15 past CCIW place winners and three All- Americans. Among the returnees was All- American sprinter Jeff Query, who won the 100- and 200-meter dashes. He also finished fifth in the 100-meter dash and 10th as a member of the 400-meter relay in the NCAA Div. Ill Championships. Senior co- captain Chris Thomas, returning CCIW 100 runnerup, and junior Curt Reed were the other returnees from the All- American relay team of 87. Other returnees included senior co- captain Gregg DeVries in the javelin and Chad Bolin in the triple jump. Other highlights of the year included the placing in CCIW and NCAA. Millikin ' s top eight CCIW Finishers included: 100- M - Jeff Query, Champion; Chris Thomas, 3rd place. 200 -M - Jeff Query, Champion. 400 -M Relay - Kevin Turpin, Geoff Schoonover, Chris Thomas and Jeff Query - runner-up 1,600 Meter Relay - Dan Becker, Pat German, Scott Wenzel, and Jeff Query - 5th place. Jamie Craven finished 6th and Ty Brewer finished 7th in Pole Fault, Walter Hoult finished 3rd and Tim Miller finished 6th in the High Jump. Chad Bolin finished 3rd and Steve Bryson finished 6th in the Long Jump. Chad Bolin placed 4th in the Triple Jump and Kevin Zerrenner came in 3rd, Gordon Hack finished 7th, and Kevin Holeton finished 8th in the Shot Put. In the Discus, Kevin finished 3rd, Mark Krusz came in 5th, and Matt Plater finished 6th. Gregg Devries brought home the 4th place finish in the Javelin with Travis Johnston finished 5th, Chad Bolin finished 6th and Steve Zuber finished 8th. Steve Zuber came in 8th with the Decathlon. Please see the next page for the NCAA results. ft Gregg Devries, captain; Chris Thomas, captain and All American (kneeling); and Curt Reed, All American. 228 Curt Reed runs the lead in the hurdles MILLIK1N FINISHED AT NCAA DIV. Ill CHAMPIONSHIPS 100-Meter Dash - Jeff Query, fifth, 11.02 FAT 400- Meter Relay - Kevin Turpin, Geoff Schoonover, Chris Thomas, Jeff Query, 10th in prelims and did not make finals, 4239 FAT High Jump - Walter Hoult, ninth in finals, 6-8 } A Triple Jump - Chad Bolin, scratched all three jumps in prelims 1988 Roster Name Events Andy Argo 400 Dan Becker tm hurdles Bob Bergland 5000, 10,000 Chad Bolin tj, Ij, jav. Ty Brewer pole vault Steve Bryson long jump Jeff Bottorff discus Dan Clark sprints Jamie Craven pole vault Fritz Cross sprints Gregg DeVries javelin Bob Domenz decathlon Craig Galat shot, discus Pat German 800, 1500 ' ■ Gordon Hack shot Kevin Holeton shot, discus Walter Hoult high jump Travis Johnston javelin Mark Krusz shot, dis, jav. Andy Larson 800, 1500 Frank Martin 3000 steeplechase Chuck Matz shot, discus Vince McKee sprints Bryan McWherter hh, sprints, jav. Tim Miller high jump Jeff Monken sprints Bob Nellis decathlon Mike Owens im hurdles Matt Plater shot, discus Jeff Query 100, 200 Curt Reed hurdles, sprints Robert Schaefer high jump Geoff Schoonover 100, 200 Steve Seifert 800, 1500 George Sperakas sprints, jav. Tim Stout 5,000 Chris Thomas 100, 200 i Jeff Thompson im hurdles Rich Thompson discus Charles Turpin long jump Scott Wenzel long jump Darren Winkler shot, discus Kevin Zerrenner shot Steve Tuber decathlon Craig Galat getting into form for shot put. Chad Bolin doing the Triple Jump 229 ' Eh t Despite the loss of three starters, including the team ' s all-time leading hitter and a record-setting pitcher who led the nation in victo- ries, the Big Blue successfully de- fended its College Conference of Il- linois and Wisconsin title and earned a berth in the NCAA Di- vision III Midwest Regional at Whitewater, Wisconsin in which Millikin walked away with a sec- ond place. The team did see seven starters, including three All- CCIW selections, among nine letter winners from a team that had a 30-5 record return for this season. However, Big Blue was counting on a speed-oriented crop of newcomers to fill several positions. Returning All-CClW choices were senior outfielder Paula Keller, who led the Big Blue in batting average, runs and stolen bases; Diane Sevits, a sophomore fielder, and sophomore third baseman Robin Harris. Other returning starters were junior leftfielder Meg McKellar, junior rightfielder Erin Whitley, sophomore desig- nated hitter Jodi Mitchell and junior first baseman Andi Podowicz. Among the nine freshmen were highly regarded pitchers Karrie Timm, Sheri Timmons, and Denise Fogle; Beth Boston, Karla Kenney, Kris Porter, and Bev Knox. Soft-foci, Millikin University Softball Roster No. Name Pos. 31 Beth Boston 2B-SS 42 Denise Fogle P- IB 12 Robin Harris 3B 9 Paula Keller CF 25 Karla Kenney LF-CF 10 Bev Know 2B 14 Jackie Lowe 3B 22 Meg McKellar LF-1B 30 Jodi Mitchell DH 27 Cjina Mullink 1B-DH 32 Andi Podowicz IB 1 Q Kris Porter SS-C 35 Susan Price OF 33 Terri Schrishuhn OF 38 Diane Sevits C 37 Kelley Swick OF 43 Karrie Timm P 44 Sheri Timmons P 7 Erin Whitley OF-C T E 15TG RUS S05TK41 230 Sophomore Jodi Mitchell brings it on home Junior Meg McKellar slides safely 1988 Season DATE OPPONENT PITCHER ? 27 j 1 Nat. College of Educ ( L.) tOPie relief St. Thomas (L) 3 28 Hillsdale (W) Fogle reli ej Adount Aiercy ( JL) 3 30 Plymouth (W) Timmons Southern AAaine ( VP ) Timm i il Mnrrtnj in I UP ) I ' lUf Ct L t art | w j 1 ITflTHOn S Illinois Benedictine (VP) 4 1 Ramapo (VP) li m tvi n i ( 1 l III Hull j Carthage (VP) 4 8 McKendree (VP) Timmons McKendree { L) 4 9 North Central (VP) Timmons North Central (VP) 4 12 Augustana (VP) Timmons August an a ( VP ) Timm 4 14 HI LH Blackburn ( WB Forfeit ) Blackburn ( WB Forfeit ) 4 16 Manville tW) T ' 1 1 mmons Maryville (W) Timmons 4 19 Olivet Nazarene Timmons Olivet Nazarene Timm 4 20 North Central Timmnn ( 1 I tlltllUll J North Central Timm 4 22 Illinois Wesley an Timmon s 4 27 Illinois Wesley an Timm M.acM.ur ray Timmons fiAacfrAurray 4 28 Illinois College IT m TH flYI t Illinois College 4 30 Augustana Timmons augustana Illinois W esleyan 1 I fit fiturti ill JtJfiJi j t ( Ip isiyj llllllUlj rr EjlC yCtll 5 6 " heaton It m 7yi fin ( 1 I III IllUllJ 5 7 Augustana ljmmntf( Ylf 1 I III IllUfli ' » • W heaton Timmons 5 12 Wisconsin- Whitewater Timmons Wisconsin-Oshkosh Timm 5 13 Aurora Timmons Wisconsin - Oshkosh Timmons 5 14 Wisconsin-Oshkosh Timmons Another successful M.U. hit Freshman Beth Boston faces the baseman 231 e 0« Big Blue Roster this year there were 17 newcomers on the 30- man roster. Coach Galen Woods welcomed back only two starters among 12 lettermen. Millikin ' s youth movement was caused by the loss of 13 lettermen, including an all -conference pitcher and an all- conference shortstop. Returning starters were junior rightfielder Jack Kla witter, who hit .402 and sophomore second baseman Ben Davis who hit. 327. Co-captains were senior Cliff McClure and Lenny Novara. Returning from last year ' s starting pitching rota- tion were junior righthander Brad Davis, senior Jeff Hutchinson, m and sophomore righthander Brian Kanallakan. Newcomers ex- pected to help were hard-throwing sophomore righthander Jim Alexander and sophomore righthander Jim Stewart. First team All -CCIW South Division choices were Jack Klawitter, Bob Haw- kins, and Jim Stewart. First team GTE Academic All- American choices were Bill Tolone and Jack Klawitter. Big Blue Seniors Cliff McClure, Jeff Hutchinson, and Lenny Novara ■■gr 232 MmbeiiS o j ik Hig Ekt ' Bo eboil squad MILLIKIN Record 3 22 Illinois College (L) Pttcher- Alexander Illinois College (L) Stewart 3 27 Georgia College (L) Hutchinson Georgia College (L) Stewart 3 29 Flagler (FLA.) (W) Kanallakan Flagler (FLA.) (L) Tolone 3 30 North Florida (L) Brad Davis North Florida (L) Naughton 4 1 Valdosta St. (W) Stewart Valdosta St. (L) Kanallakan 4 3 Indiana-Southeast (L) Alexander 4 4 Indiana- Southeast (W) Brad Davis Indiana-Southeast (W) Hutchinson I 4 9 Augustana (W) Hutchinson Augustana (L) Stewart 4 10 MacMurray (L) Alexander MacMurray (W) Brad Davis Eastern Illinois (L) Barham 4 13 Quincy (L) Holthaus Quincy (W) Stewart 4 16 North Central (L) Hutchinson North Central (W) Stewart 4 17 Washington (MO.) (W) Kanallakan Washington (MO.) (L) Brad Davis 4 20 111. Wesley an (W) Alexander III. Wesley an (L) Stewart 4 23 III. Wesley an (L) Kanallakan 111 TVS I T 111. Wesley an (L) Brad Davis 4 28 North Central (W) Kanallakan North Central (W) Kanallakan 4 30 Augustana (L) Brad Davis Augustana (L) Hutchinson 5 3 Greenville ( 1 ) McNeely Freshman Tom Blomberg Millikin University Baseball Roster No. Name Pos. 12 Jim Alexander P 49 Rob Barham P 24 Dave Bick IB 9 Todd Blomberg SS 33 Doug Boyd OF 31 Jerry Brummitt OF 32 Walt Cohen P 4 Ben Davis 2B 2J Brad Davis P )) Bob Hawkins C 26 Eric Holthaus P 30 Jeff Hutchinson P 20 Brian Kanallakan P 19 Chris Klawitter 2B-3B 23 Jack Klawitter OF 8 Brian Lee OF 16 Bill McClure OF 44 Cliff McClure OF 7 Rick Moss OF 21 Brad Naughton P 37 Kirk McNeely P 28 Pete Nennart OF 22 Rich Nottelmann IB- OF 5 Len Novara IF 29 Rick Rujawitz Of 6 Don Sevier OF 15 Bruce Shumate C-3B 18 Jim Stewart P-DH 27 Bill Tolone 1B-3B 40 Rick Vernon P 13 Pat Whitley C Fig ' Ek Goik t j! fife Millikins ' Golf team finished .1 5th in last year ' s NCAA Division HI national meet and that finish supplied motivation for an unprecedented sixth consecutive College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin title. Millikin made its fifth consecutive appearance at the national tournament and finished 19th with Paul Schade and Brad Weishaar finish- ing 68th and 76th respectively. Coach Doug Neibuhriweleomed seven lettermen, including the five who teamed at the national tournament last year. Among the returnees were senior Brad Weishaar, Mike Voeller and Frank Bruno. Neibuhr also expected successful seasons from junior Mark Beck and sophomore Paul Schade. Other lettermen included sophomores Troy Vodacek and David Impastato. Among the newcomers were freshman Ron Dortch and three transfers Gary Murrell, Scott Niehaus, and Chris Tsolinas. Big Blue Senior Captains Brad Weishaar, Mike Voeller, and Frank Bruno 3 4 Som 0{j 4e wimbeiis oft tfte 1988 j lMSk Go Teawi Senior Mike Voeller 1988 Big Blue Golf Results 4 4 Missouri -St. Louis Rivermen Invitational: 3rd 12 teams with 308 4 5 Quadrangular Meet at Decatur ' s Hickory Point Golf Course (Five Man Teams): MILLIKIN " A Team " 391; MILLIKIN " B Team " 398; III. Wesleyan 420; Carthage 439; North Central 453. 4 9-W Bradley Invitational: 8th j 12 teams with 330-307- 329 = 966. 4 13 Triple Dual at Aledo, III. (Fo ur Man Teams): MILLI- KIN " B Team " 310; MILLIKIN ' A Team " 314; Augus - tana ' A Team " 31; Augustana " B Team " 334; North Central 334. 4 16 Knox Invitational: 5th 12 teams with 326. 4 21-22 Big Blue Golf Classic: Millikin " White " 4th 17 teams with 304 - 617 = 621, MU " Blue " 6th 17 teams with 314-313 = 627. 4 28-29 Drake Relays Festival: 7th Tie 23 teams with 308-323- 310 = 941. 5 2 Five-Team Dual at Pontiac (Four-Man Teams): MIL- LIKIN " A " 304, MILLIKIN " B " 312, Wheaton 328, North Central 341, Elmhurst 372. 5 5-6 CCIW Championships at Pontiac: Millikin 593; Augus- tana 617; III. Wesleyan 637; N. Central 645; Wheaton 645; Carthage 661; N. Park 674; Carroll 690; and Elm- hurst 705. 5 17-20 NCAA Division III Chamhion shifts rtt Green shnrn 1 S C ■ Calif. St. Stanislaur won with 888 and Millikin was 19th 21 teams with 970. jj Senior Frank Bruno Senior Brad Weishaar 235 Men ' s Cross Country Most Valuable - Frank Martin and Pat German Most Improved - Steve Seifert Letter Winners - Seniors: Frank Martin and Norm Rokosz Juniors: Steve Seifert, Tim Stout, and Jerry Yockey Sophomores: Bob Bergland, Tony Carton, Pat German, and Mike Lobb Freshman: Andy Larson Soccer Most Valuable - David Peistrup Offensive MVP - Chris Klawitter Defensive MVP - Chris Walsh Most Improved - John Marshall Letter Winners - Seniors: Steve Capps, Craig Davelis, Jay Marshall, and John Marshall Juniors: Rick Clark, Jack Klawitter, and Rick Rush Sophomores: Jimmi Brookhart, Chris Klawitter, Peter Obermann, David Peistrup, and Chris Walsh Freshmen: Brian Lebeck, Joe Tolan, Richard Wallace, David Weil, and Trent Wilkinson. Football Most Valuable Defensive players - Phil Levy, Larry Maynard, and Mark Rahn Most Valuable Offensive - John Arlis First Team All- Conference - Kip Crandall, Jeff Query, Tim Howell, and Rick Rujawitz. Second Team All- Conference - Kelly Jackson, Curt Reid, Dan Gordon, Tracy Natyshok, and Chuck Martin Letter Winners - Seniors: Joe Bart, Erik Black, Chad Bolin, John Callahan, Kip Crandall, Gregg DeVries, Eric Dolen, Dan Gordon, Gordon Hack, Tim Howell, Kelly Jackson, Phil Levy, Larry Maynard, Bryan McWherter, Mike Meunier, Tracy Natyshok, Steve Nofsinger, Mark Rahn, Dan Rasmussen, Chad Strader, Gary Swick, Chris Thomas, Stan Travis, and Steve Wilson. Juniors: Ike Billups, Mike Brummitt, Jamie Craven, John Dwyer, Jim Feeney, Conrad Givers, Steve Kanney, Charles Leake, Jeff Monken, Terry Philbin, Jeff Query, Curt Reed, Dennis Rose, and Kevin Wegrzyn. Sophomores: Bob Brown, Jerry Brummitt, Dan Clark, Mike Davis, Craig Galat, Rick Hensel, Mark Krusz, Jim Lemke, Chuck Martin, John Powers, Rick Rujawitz, Ben Shea, Lorn Sturdivant, John Wagner, Adam Walter, and Darren Winkler. Freshmen: Dude Barker, Todd B omberg, Tom Jester, Martin Kopf Geoff Schoonover, and Matt Snyder. Men ' s Basketball Most Valuable - Bart Barnes (4th consecutive year) Best Defensive player ■ Brian Horst (3rd consecutive year) Team leader in assists and field goal percentage ■ Ron Martin JV Most Valuable ■ Tom Knepler Team leader in free throw % - Brian Horst Team Rebounding leader - Bart Barnes Letter Winners - Seniors: Bart Barnes, Joe Guin and Dave Matheny Juniors: Jeff Bottorff Darrell Gillespie, Brian Horst, Steve McKenzie, Rob Schaefer, Mike Slapak, and Bill To one Sophomores: Tom Knepler, Chuck Martin, and Ron Martin Men ' s Swimming Diving Most Valuable Swimmer ■ Rodney Miller Most Valuable Diving - Brian Hunt Most Improved - James Akin All- American Honors (lop eight finishes in NCAA) - Rodney Miller, Ron Kurza, Jim Slusser, Grant Schmidt, Scott Brunner, Brian Lund, Craig Poller, and Mitch Rink. Letter Winners ■ Seniors: Brian Hunt, Rodney Miller, Craig Palter, and Scott Sheehan Juniors: James Akin, Greg Dart, Ron Kurza, Grant Schmidt, and Jim Slusser Sophomore: Ken Barnes Freshmen: Scott Brunner, Dave Henlrich, Brian Lund, Mitch Rink, and Torrey Thomas. Wrestling Most Valuable - Kip Crandall Most Improved ■ ' lorn Marino Letter Winners ■ Seniors: Brent Campbell, Kip Crandall, and Matt McDonnell juniors: Rick Clark, Tom Mahoney, Walt Scott, and Dave Strawniak Sophomores: Lee Brooke, ' lorn Marino, Vince Smith, and John Wynn Freshmen: Shane Crandall, Kevin Crawford, Joe Grossen, Jeff Scott, and Mickey Smith. Golf Most Valuable - Mark Beck Most Improved - Scott Niehaus Letter Winners - Seniors: Frank Bruno, Mike Voeller, and Brad Weishaar Juniors: Mark Beck and Gary Murrell Sophomores: Scott Niehaus, Paul Schade, and Troy Vodacek Freshmen: Ron Dortch and Frank Waters Men ' s Tennis Most Valuable - Jeff Johnston Most Improved ■ Jeff Kuhlman Letter Winners - Seniors: Jeff Johnston, Dave Rupert and Kevin Wilson Juniors: Sean Caldwell and Phil Feinsot M Award recipients: Paula Keller - Millikin career records in batting average, games played, hits, runs scored, and stolen bases for softhall and No. 2 all - time scorer in basketball. She is also a two-time All- American. Rodney Miller - 16 time All- American. Lead the Big Blue to consecutive national finishes of 10th, eighth, sixth, and fifth places. Helped the Big Blue build a dual -meet winning streak of 35 meets with a 12-0 record this year and led the team to a second consecutive College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin title. He holds the CCIW record of 12 conference titles and Illinois Swimming Association college division swimmer of the year three times. Freshmen ■ Tim Eimermann, Tim Kane, and Jeff Kuhlman Baseball Most Valuable - Jack Klawitter Most Improved ■ Boh Hawkins Most Valuable pitcher ■ Brian Kanallakan " Rookie of the Year " - Bruce Shumate Letter Winners - Seniors: Jeff Hutchinson, Cliff McClure, and Len Novara Juniors: Brad Davis, Jack Klawitter, and Bill Tolone Sophomores: Jim Alexander, Jerry Brummitt, Ben Davis, Bob Hawkins, Brian Kanallakan, Chris Klawitter, Brad Naughton, Rich Notlelmann, Rick Rujawitz, Bruce Shumate, and Jim Stewart Freshmen: Rob Barham, Todd Blomherg, Don Sevier, and Pat Whitley. Men ' s Track and Field Most Valuable - Chris Thomas Outstanding Performance in Running Events ■ Jeff Query, Outstanding Performance in Field Events ■ Chad Bolin Special Award for Dedication Contribution - Dan Becker Letter Winners - Seniors: Dan Becker, Chad Bolin, Gregg DeVries, Gordon Hack, Travis Johnston, Frank Martin, Bryan McWherter, Mike Owens, and Chris Thomas juniors: Ty Brewer, Steve Bryson, Jamie Craven, Tim Miller, Jeff Query, Curt Reed, Jeff Thompson, and Kevin Zerrenner. Sophomores: Bob Bergland, Pat German, Kevin llo eton, Mark Krusz, Bob Nellis, Darren Winkler, and Steve Zuber. Freshmen: Walter Moult, Andy Larson, Matt Plater, Geoff Schoonover, Charles T ' urpin and Scott Wenzel. Women ' s Cross Country Most Valuable - Karen DeWerff Stiner All -CCIW - Cyndi Wells Letter Winners - Senior: Karen Stiner Juniors: Margaret Doak and Pat Woodruff Sophomores: Robin Harris, Sunny Keaton, Michelle Rolseth, and Cyndi Wells Freshman: Peggy Brennan Volleyball Most Valuable - Susan Aide Sportsmanship Award - Shelli LaReau Statistical Leaders - Hallie Pierceall ■ Set assists (368) Karrie Timm - defensive digs (97) Letter Winners - Seniors: Susan Aide and Jackie Brown Juniors: Kim Gaither, Hallie Pierceall, and Cheryl Walejko Sophomores: Shelli LaReau, Kelley Swick and Kim Thornton Freshmen: Jenny Camden, Sarah Camden, Karla Kenney, and Karrie Timm. Women ' s Tennis Most Valuable ■ Sue Parks Millikin ' s All-time Winningest doubles - Sue and Jenny Parks Most Improved - Jean Kottke and Kirsten Lamborn Leadership - Sue Palter Letter Winners - Seniors: Sue Palter, Jenny Parks and Sue Parks Juniors: Leslie Gilbert and Meg McKellar Sophomores: Jean Kottke and Cindy Messenger Freshmen: Margaret Foran, Kirsten Lamborn, and Heather Lisk. Women ' s Basketball Most Valuable - Paula Keller Letter Winners - Senior: Paula Keller Juniors: Janet Collins and Erin Whitley Sophomores: Stacey LaFeber, Betty Ray, Jennifer Rheeling, Terri Schrishuhn, Phyllis Sperry and Michelle Williamson Freshmen: Debbie Kelly, Karla Kenney, Molly Morrison, and Kris Porter Women ' s Swimming and Diving Most Valuable Swimmer - Michelle Bostic Most Valuable Diver - Michelle Martin Most Improved swimmer - Vicki Rovel NCAA Div. Ill Swimming Championships Qualifiers - Maggie Young, Mary Leonard, Michelle Bostic, Wendi Prell, and Lisa Howard. Letter Winners - Senior: Maggie Young Juniors: Michelle Bostic and Wendi Prell Sophomores: Vicki Rovel and Kathy Schnarr Freshmen: Lisa Howard, Mary Leonard, Michelle Martin and Kathy Murname Softball Most Valuable - Paula Keller Best Batting Averages - Paula Keller and Beth Boston (.387) Best Glove - Diane Sevits (.991 fielding %) Best ERA - Sheri Timmons (1.96 ERA) Letter Winners - Senior: Paula Keller Juniors: Meg McKellar, Andi Podowicz and Erin Whitley Sophomores: Robin Harris, Jodi Mitchell, Terri Schrishuhn, Diane Sevits and Kelley Swick Freshmen: Beth Boston, Denise Fog e, Karla Kenney, Bev Knox, Jackie Lowe, Gina Mullink, Kris Porter, Susan Price, Karrie Timm and Sheri Timmons. Women ' s Track and Field Most Valuable - Cyndi Wells Most Improved - Judy Eschman Commitment -plus Award ■ Karen Stiner and Sue Palter Letter Winners ■ Seniors: Sue Palter and Karen Stiner Junior: Judy Eschman Sophomore ■ Cyndi Wells Freshmen: Angie Barnhart, Peggy Brennan, Jenny Camden, Julie Carlson, Lihhy Dewey, Carol Jackson, Katie Kutsunn, Kira Lasco, Melissa Reiman, Chris Sherwood, and Um Sistos. The Class of 1988 listens to Dr. Adell deliver his message during Baccalaureate in Kirkland Fine Arts Center. Well, the Class of 1988 has past through the doors of M. U. for the last time as a complete class on Sunday May 22, 1988. The day was filled with many activities and many tears for many people. The day began with the Baccalaureate service held in Kirkland Tine Arts Center with Dr. Arvid Adell delivering the message. Following the ceremony, the procession made its way across the campus for the re- dedication of L.A. to Schilling Hall. But, the highlight of the day took place in Fairview Park at 2:00 p.m. where the Largest graduating class in Millikin ' s history took their final walk and became the newest members of society out in the world. The Processional of " Trumpet Voluntary " was performed by the Brass Choir under the direction of Russell Tiede. The procession was lead by Marshals David Golden and Homer Smith for the faculty and Eric Beguelin and John McCracken for the students. The invocation was offered by The Reverend Edward A. Yonan, Millikin ' s Chaplain. The Millikin University Choir under the direction of Richard Hoffland performed the special music selection of " Praise to the Lord " . The Commencement Address, " City ship on Two Tracks ' ' , was given by The Honorable William H. Hudnut III, the Mayor of the City of Indianapolis. Following the address an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws was bestowed on The Honorable Hudnut III by Tom R. Dickes, Chair of the Board of Trustees at M.U. and Service Awards were presented to Denny Benner and Richard Hoffland. During the Ceremony there was also special recognition giver to Dr. William Ferris for his years of service to M.U. Then the moment the Class of 1 988 had been waiting for, the Conferring of Degrees. At the closing of the Conferring of Degrees, Doug Bales, the Senior Class Chair lead the class in the changing of the tassels followed by the singing of the " Alma Mater " and the benediction by Chaplain Yonan. The Class of 1988 recessed to Allegro from the " Water Music Suite " by Handel and became etched into the memory of Millikin for ever. The Millikin University Choir under the direction of Richard Hoffland perform at the Baccalaureate 23H Senior Class Chair Doug Bales delivers the Class Response .ii the re -dedication ceremony of Schilling Wall. The sea of caps and gowns before the processional The Honorable William H. Hudnut III, the commencement speaker. Ik Gtes ok IQ88 Dr. Ferris being honored by the Class of 88 Gone, but myex {jOJigotteu! Gtes wifR CLASS Ik Denny Benner and richard Ho Jland, recipients of the Service Awards 240 ' s Official! ( Dan Gordon and Dan Rasmussen ) Dr. Hale presenting the Phi Kappa Phi Honorable Mention Award to Erin Ritts md family) 241 Douglas Lee Ashcrafl Stephanie Rae Beever Michael Alan Benshish Jerry W. Benton Jacqueline Linda Brown Lisa Ann Dammerman Dennis R. Drew Patrick Michael Francis David Felix Hagerman Denise Diane Hamell Ann- Marie Cook Hillyer ■ ■ " 0 .4 I- " 1 ' (Students honored have earned a minimum grade point average., of 3,8) Celeste Rene Huttes Dena J. Keeling jffhM ' « DeEtte Lynn Major Cari Lane McCaffrey Lori Marie McMaster Alicia D. Bandy Melser Lori Kaye Morgan Sue Ann Palter Sue Ann Palter K Anne- Mane AH " Proskes, Marci LeeAnn Reeve ' Erin K. Ruts i, Susan Beth Rous Amy Jane Runkle Steven Michael Spent R. Joan Stewart Karen Faye St i tier Jacqueline Kay Voiles Kevin Scott Wilson David Clark Wright ' Mm 11 Michael G. Zachman Vivian Arlene Cobb Debra K. Collins Marilyn K. Gtfford Darlene D. Glow David Carl Gregory (Students honored have earned a minimum grade point .average of 3.65) ffff Thomas Dean Baggett Yvonne Marie Bauer Daniel W. Becker Richard F. Bierbaum Amy Terese Dexter David Thomas Dickerso. Eric James Dolen ■• Beverly Edwards Karen M. Fergurson Linda Lee Fleener Debra Ann Gelfo Douglas Lee Ashcraft Michael Alan Benshish Stephanie Rae Beever Jacqueline Linda Brown Debra K. Collins If ' 4 Lisa Ann Dammerman Patrick Michael Francis Darlene D. Glow David Carl Gregory Denise Diane Hamell Karen Lynn Hays Leeann G. Schmidt Brian G. Telford Dawn Marquiss White Hilda R. Wiesenmeyer Suzette Kay Yardy Lori Marie McMaster Anne- Marie Alice Proske mm if MM Douglai Lee Ashcraft Yvonne Marie Bauer Michael Alan Benshish Jerry W, Benton Chad Stuart dot in Jacqueline Linda Brown Lisa Ann Dammerman David Carl Gregory project with dntinftion Melissa Lyn Neville Sue Ann Palter Jennifer D, Parks Amy R. Pierce Anne- Marie Alice Proske ' eaf3J) : ;, David Stanley Schade Kathryn Jane Tanis_ Paul Lewis Taylor ' arolyn Jo Temples •ornas Glenn Velek )schelle Irene Vickroy Uchael T. Voeller - ' ml hhn Sitwiafi Whit acre " ' f ! Patricia Mat Wilner Scott Eddie Woodruff Kimberly Jill Cook Yarnell PHI KAPPA PHI Denise Lynn Reeder Erin Rites Susan Beth Rous Amy Jane Runkle Leeann G. Schmidt Steven Michael Spent Karen Faye Stiner Brian G. Telford Hilda R. Wiesenmeyer David Clark Wright Michael G. Zachman GQAWAliJiG PQZSlVZMAl SGHOlAQs Erin K. 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And now the time is here to close out the book but before Idol would like to take this opportunity to thank those people, the few, who helped me in my endeavors to finish the 1988 MILLIDEK. Without these people helping me, guiding me, and generally just giving their support, I do not think that you would be looking at this right now. It definitely is not an easy job to put together a yearbook. The steps in production are too nu- merous and boring enough to allow me the chance to skip right over an explanation of such. Before I sign off and say my Thank You ' s I would like to leave Millikin with a parting thought! To those who ever felt like getting involved: js ,,. Millikin University is a fine place, filled with fine people and I have had a chance to work with such people over my 5 years at M.U. However, over the course of life, how dull it would be if all was good, To be fair and honest I have run into my share of not so fine folks, not too many, but enough to make a difference in my life. I have learned from M. U. that you get out of it what you put into it. If you set back in life and allow things to pass in front of you then, of course, no need to complain unless you ' re willing to do something about it! I wish everyone the best of luck and the ability to hold true to your word! Pat Shade, Virginia Mann, and Jewell Moffitt — I Thank you for your help in relaying messages, taking phone calls about books, handing out books for those late comers, and being the go between in a lot of instances. You ladies are wonderful secretaries and STUDENT DEVELOPMENT deserves you three gems in their crown. The wonderful ladies on the Corner who let us be in their basement. All of those fantastic people at University Relations for the use of news stories and photos. Thanks Dave and Jim, Reggie and Barb for all your help and support of the MILLIDEK. .Jill Karen Smith — you would think she would learn that phrase, GET LOST! The very FEW staffers who came in to the office and actually did work on pages! (You know who you were) Kathy Torgerson — This lady made a promise to the MILLIDEK of which she kept, despite her incredible busy schedule! Thank you for your writing abilities! F THit K My family and the good ole ' people in that one house on Wood Street ( roomies ) — Thank You for putting up with me in the crunch of time and the sleepless nights! To Scott — for putting up with the mess! — ' s all gone now!!!!! Dean Joe and Bob for volunteering your services when the heat was on but, you know me! Karen Jones — for checking up on me from time to time to see if I was needing any supplies. 254 SENIORS 2-16 SNAPS 18-23, 38, 48, 62, 132, 138, 139, 152, 153, 155, 175, 176, 190, 191, 200, 201, 202, 226, 227 MEMORIAL 17 YEAR IN REVIEW 24-28, 122, 123, 172- 174 JUNIORS 30-37 SOPHOMORES 40-47 FRESHMEN 50-61 FACULTY ADMINISTRATION 64-78 FRESHMAN CAMP 80-81 FALL FAMILY WEEKEND 82-83 R.H.A. WEEK 84-85 HOMECOMING 86-91 GREEK WEEK 92-93 SPRINGFEST 94-95 MILLIDEK 96-97 U.C.B. 98-99 R.H.A. 100-101 ORGANIZATIONS 102-119 SPECIAL OLYMPICS 120-121 AWARDS 124-127, 236 SOVIET UNION 128-129 SPRING BREAK 120-121 VOCAL GROUPS 136-137, 140-141 JAZZ BANDS 142-143 JAZZ FESTIVAL 144-145 COMBOS 146-147 MARCHING BAND tl 148-149 RECITALS 150-151 THE CRUCIBLE 154 LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC 156 ART OF DINING 157 WEST SIDE STORY 158 MIRACLE WORKER 159 CHARLEY ' S AUNT 160 CHILDREN ' S THEATRE 161 SUMMER THEATRE 162-163 PIPEDREAMS 164-165 ART 166-169 KIRKLAND 170-171 LIVING UNITS 178-189, 192-199 SPORTS 204-235 GRADUATION 238-242 ADVERTISEMENTS 244-253 THANK YOU 254 INDEX 255-260 235 Senio is Listed below are the members of the 1988 Graduating Class listed by their degrees. If their name has an before the name that indicates their picture appears in the Senior section. If their name appears with an @ after it that indicates that this student graduated with a per- fect 4.0 grade point average. On behalf of the 1988 MILLIDEK staff the Class of 1988 is wished many years of success and happiness. Thank you for your TOUCH OF CLASS!!!!!!! THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ' Susan Jane Williams ' Norman C. Rokosz ' David Clark Wright Susan Beth Rous The Degree of Bachelor of Arts Margaret Ann Young ' Amy Jane Runkle ' Cynthia A. Schnick Valerie Jean Archibald The Degree of Bachelor of Science ' John Raymond Sepanksi Beth A. Barrett ' Kambra D. Shaw Yvonne Marie Bauer ' Joel William Abrahamson ' Charles G. Shockey Jr. Malcolm Sumner Brown ' Susan Marie Aide Deborah Leach Short Stanley Dee Buckles Lori G. Dorris Archer ' Christopher M. Stiverson Karla Maria Camilla Joseph Michael Bart ' Janet R. Varvil ' Carta Jo Cline Robin Renee Beaty ' Jacqueline Kay Voiles ' Timothy Joseph Cramer Bryan W. Brown Patricia E. Wayne ' Diana Lee Decker Jacqueline Linda Brown Patrick John Welsh Nathan L. Denton Mark Lawrence Bukowy Patricia Mae Wilner ' Tammy Lynn Easterly John Tobias Burke J. J. Calvin Wilson Debra J. Edlmiaston ' Denise Lynnette Ciesielski Kelly Jo Winkhart ' Beverly Edwards Debra K. Collins Suzette Kay Yordy Daniel D. Fierce ' Jennifer Leigh Curtis Anthony E. Fluker ' Lisa Ann Dammerman THE COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS ' Debra Ann Gelfo ' Craig Charles Davelis Joseph G. Gain ' Peter Gordon Denby The Degree of Bachelor of Arts Susan ( Winick ) Hufford ' Christine Ann Derocher Kelly Anthony Jackson ' Eric James Dolen Monique Carter ' Regina Ann Jannink Charlene Crowell Dolly Sharon E. Gustavson Jeffrey R. Johnston Paul Michael Drumm James Lyle Perry ' Michelle K. Jones Debra Denna Durbin ' Harold Robert King ' Scott Douglas Fletcher The Degree of Bachelor of Science ' Mark John Kirbabas ' Angela S. Garrett Marie Elizabeth Langbein Marilyn K. Gifford Lane Edward Marsh Kimberly A. LeCrone Dan Gordon Michelle Therese Stillman Ginger Sue Luck ' David Carl Gregory Brian G. Telford ' Ralph V. McCurdy III ' James G. Hasse Jr. ' Michael Thomas McKinley ' Ann- Marie Cook Hillyer The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts ' Keith A. Michaels B ythe B. Holmes Rodney T. Miller ' Cameo Yvette Hoots Leslie Ann Armstrong ' Lori Kaye Morgan ' Matthew Eric Jackson ' Valerie Louise Brandt ' Julie M. Moser Karen Lynn Jacobson ' Cynthia Jane Buob ' Stephen J. Nofsinger Dena J. Keeling Teresa Anne Cameron ' Carol Rae Norris ' Kristine Lara Lasco ' Tammy Jo Clough Michael J. OBnen lill E. Lueee Phillip Lee Donelson ' Douglas Eugene Owens ' Richard Scott Magee Craig Richard Dongoski ' Carole Anne Pavlos ' DeEtte Lynn Major Judith Dianne Fitzgerald ' Paul J. Ponce Lori Anne Manning Jane Ellen Freiny Anne- Marie Alice Proske% ' Jay Henry Marshall ' Anita M. Glover ' Diane Rhodes-Bandy ' Cari Lane McCaffrey ' Mary Susan Gross Joseph Brian Roesch ' Heidi Marie McClure Jake D. Helton ' Lori Lynn Rot he ' Robert Daniel Meadows Leigh P.Janes ' Tatia Lyn Rue Alicia D. Bandy Melzer Keith Edward Kincaid ' Elizabeth Ellen Ryerson ' Char a Dawn Minson ' Mary Jo Marzilli ' David Stanley Schade ' Lizbeth Ann Mundy Sharon Kay Matusiak Lori Renee Scroggins ' Melinda Marie Nash Bryan S. McWherter ' Gaye L. Sims ' Leonard Edwin Novara Teresa Marie Myers Sarah Ann Snow ' Paula K. Orwig ' John Carl Podlasek ' Holly Ann Sullivan ' Sue Ann Palter Shelley Ann Tichenor ' Elizabeth M. Sweeney ' Jennifer D. Parks Hilda R. Wiesenmeyer ' Kathleen Marie Swihart Sydney B. Peak ' Andrea Rosemary Taylor ' Carla Louise Peter The Degree of Bachelor of Music ' Christopher Jerome Thomas ' Oliver V. Pinkpank ' Eric A. Thomas Dan Rasmussen ' Douglas Lee Ashcraft ' Thomas Glenn Velek ' Erin K. Ritts James Olen Belk ' Michael Andrew Wasilewski Jill Diane Rohy ' Michael Alan Benshish 2% Karyn Lynn Carbray Stephen Lee Adams Todd R. Kellermann Anna Rose Contarino Thomas Dean Baggett " Daniel Stephen Kidd Jamie R. Crawford " Douglas F. Bales Steven Morgan Kidd Beth O ' Lary Cubbison Bart A. Barnes Troy D. Kitner Bridget A. Cyrulik Robert C. Barton Frank Harry Krebs Timothy J. Dawson " Daniel W. Becker Phillip S. Levy Amy Terese Dexter Clark Bruce Beckway Scott A. Lewis Sandra L. Dreyer " Robert David Beckwith " Lori Ann Liles " Bill Howard Dyche II " Jerry W. Benton " Alesia C. Lovellette Karen M. Fergurson Richard F. Bierbaum " Joseph A. Luka Patrick Michael Francis " Steven George Bieze " Ted P. Malecki Paula Ann Hoffmann Matthew Lee Bittenbender " John Hayner Marshall John Richard Huntoon " Chad Stuart Bolin H. David Matheny Robert E.Jones Jr. David Kenneth Brock " Lori Marie McMaster Erin Amber Keith " Eric David Brown " Jennifer Lynn Messenger " Mark V. Lewandowski Christine Anne Brummett " Michael R. Meunier Mark Richard Lyons Michael R. Bruns Joseph G. Meyer Pamela J. Merchant John P. Callahan " Melissa Lyn Neville Diana Miles " Brent James Campbell " Craig Anthony Paller Stacey Louise Mogged " David Bryan Cannon Janine Pelkey Paul Dean Moma " Stephen Kent Capps " David Timothy Perkins Cory Ray Stone Katrina Jo Casner Amy R. Pierce Cheryl Lynn Swann Neal A. Cooper Dirk E. Pollitt Frank James Tieri Jerry L. Cox " Jeannette Ann Pope Glen Steven West " Gregg M. DeVries " Barbara A. Procarione Donald Paul Winzer II David Thomas Dickerson Mark A. Rahn Melody G. Wright Dennis R. Drew David Williams Redman " Patrick D. Duffy " Marci LeeAnn Reeve THE SCHOOL OF NURSING " Kimson Dy Ning Linda A. Rentfro Rudi Lyle Easterling Jacqueline L. Waller- Risby The Degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing " Stephanie A. Emerson Mashelle A. Rose " Dale Robert Etscheid David Eric Rupert The Degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing " Lori Lynn Finney " Lloyd David Samples " Linda Lee Fleener Thomas Reid Scrivner Penny Lee Beach " James Alan Frank " Mark Robert Shaner Stephanie Rae Beever " Tim W. Garfield " Scott Gereard Sheehan Vivian Arlene Cobb Daniel Joe Garner C. Douglas Smith Cheunita R. Cruz Thomas Lee Giffen Todd Elliot Richar Smith Shirley Ann Dagg " Keri Girard " Steven Michael Spent Joy Lynn Elliott " Matthew Charles Glann " Karen Marie Stegman DeAnn Evers " Brenda Glasgow Michael James Stewart Joyce Luanne Gaitros " Darlene D. Glow R. Joan Stewart Mary Frances Billingsley Hartman Bernard Joseph Guerrero " Karen Faye Stiner Karen Lynn Hays Edward Eugene Gunning " Joseph Chad Strader Kathryn Ann Heer " Gordon Douglas Hack " Kathryn Jane Tanis Cindy Lee Hindman David Felix Hagerman " Paul Lewis Taylor Deborah Lynn Kramer Denise Diane Hamell Carolyn Jo Temples Bruce Randall Lanum " Judith Marie Hand " Charlotte Theresa Thull Cristin Jeanne Lawson Paul Michael Hanks Stanley Marcelle Travis Sr. Kathleen LoMastro " Kathy L. Harry Brian E. Tschosik Karen Ann Nichols Shawn E. Hearn " Roschelle Irene Vickroy Julie Ann Parks Thomas L. Hill " Michael T. Voeller Donald Wayne Purviance " Lisa S. Hoffman " Jane Lorraine Vopicka Laura Sue Reed " Jeanna Marie Hoppenjans " Abbie Renee Walter Denise Lynn Reeder Glenn David Huff " Bradley F. Weishar Randy E. Richards " Brian L. Huggins John Stewart Whitacre Theresa Suzanne Richards " Brian K. Hunt Dawn Marqauiss White Leeann G. Schmidt Jeffery Charles Hutchinson Kevin Scott Wilson Kathy Joan Seevers Cleeste Rene Huttes " Martene Ann Worrell A.Jill Skidmore " John E. Jaguszewski " Chris John Wronkiewicz Jean Louise Taylor John Michael Janota Peter Anton Yocum Kimberly Jill Cook Yarnell " Mary Beth Jaskowiak " Annette Rene ' e Younker Louis Klevitt Javois Jr. " Michael G. Zachman THE TABOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND " Travis Charles Johnston ENGINEERING " Kenda Marie Jones Bradley J.Jun The Degree of Bachelor of Science " Paula Sue Keller Gong LOtutotiows!!! UfDSX Abraham, Pamela M. SO, 179 Abrahamson, Joel W. 2. 23 Ackermann. Margaret A- 50, 111, 180, 193 Adams, Stephen L. 2 Asee, Marilyn J. Ahaus, Scott A. 18, 104, 142, 149, 188, 190 Ahlvers, Tahnee M. 30, 109, 129 Akin, James E. 224 Alberstett, Matthew D Aide, Susan M. 2, 206 Alderson. David G. Alexander, fames J Alfeo, Scott P. 84, 111 Alger, Jodl L- Allen, Kay D. SO. 96, 114, 179 Allen, Kelly M. Allen, Valerie A. 30 Allison. Julie L. 50, 193 Allison. Pamela S. 30 Altemus. Holly E. 102, 187 Alltg, Diane M. 30, 192 Aman, Susan E. Amisial. Dorianne A. 50 Andersen, Rachel C. 50, 62, 139, 157, 162 Anderson, Craig E. Anderson, Ellyn F. 30. 156 Anderson. Kelly M. Anderson, Lisa A. 50, 114, 137, 179 Andriano, David S. Appel. Abbe F. 50, 137 Appling. Sylvia L. Archibald. Valerie J. Argo, Andrew H. 197 Arlis, John P. Arms, Anna M. 30, 81, 154, 160, 162, 163 Armstrong. Leslie A. Armstrong, Timothy A. 40, 111 Ami, Robert N. 40, 111, 185 Ashcraft, Douglas L. 2, 136 Asbmhursl, Dormda J. i0, 109, 113 Atkins, Michelle L. 50 Augustyn, Deborah L. 50, 113, 121, 180 Ausliff. Molly S. Austin, Gina A. Auten. Holly H. iO, 179 Baggetl, Thomas D Bailey, Karen K. Baker. Kevin 106 Baker. Lynette R. 40, 81, 102, 103, 181 Baker, Michael W Baker, Scott C. 30, 162, 163 Baker, Sheri A. }0 Bales, Doug F. 2, 19, 81, 86, 102, 103, 107, 196, 238 Ball, Robin G. 40, 48, 140, 181 Ballance, Jane E. 40, 179 Ballance, Karen K. 40, 96 Ballard. Babette Ballard. James C. Ballard, Janet M. 50 Ballion, Jill A. 30 Bandy, Diane R. 2 Bardlivmg. Reginald N. 199 Barham. Robert E. 50, 196 Barker. Robert M, Barnes, Bart A. 2, 222 Barnes, Ken A. 40, 224 Barnes, Robert M. Barnhart, Angela L. 50, 179, 194, 206, 207 Barrett, Beth A. 84, 100, 102, 113, 181 Bart, Joseph M. 196 Barlley, Alexandra E 50, 153, 160, 180 Bariolim, Jennifer B 40, 187 Barton, Robert C. Bauer, Todd D. Bauer, Yvonne M Baysinger, Randy 5 Beabout.Jen Sue M. 50, 111 Beach, Penny L. 2, 96, 102, 186, 226 Bealmear, Thomas J. 2 Beats. Kimberly J. 30 Biamer. Julie E. 40, 98, 113, 179 Beard, Jeannie M. Bearder, William C. 197 Bealy, Robin R. 194, 212 Beaty, Ronda K. 40, 194 Beccue, David A. 136, 188, 212 Becherer, Melissa A. 50, 102, 179, 193 Beck, Mark A. Becker, Daniel W 2, 103. 189 Beckway, Clark B. 2, 197 Beckwtlh, Richard C. 86 Beckwilh. Robert D. 2, 196 Bedrosi an, Carrie S. 30, 194 Beer, Kathleen A. 3, 136, 140, 141, 156, I ' ll! Beeson, Christopher M 182 Beeson, Michelle D 30 Beever (Bngdon), Stephanie R I Beguelin, Eric C. 40, 102, 105, 197 Belk, jamei 0 19, 191 Bell, Jennifer C. Bell. Elizabeth J. 36, 50 Benjamin, Jeffery O 10, III, 18 5 Benshish. Kenneth J. 30, 97, 146 Benthish, Michael A. 83, 104, 137, 140, 142 Benton, jerry W. I, 107 Berg. Jeff S. Berger, Michael A. 40, 197 Bergland, Robert P. 40, 103, 110, 112, 114, 115, 178 Berkeley, Grilell C. 40, 181 Bernahl, Julie R. SO, 181 Bernhardt, Lisa A. 50, 179 Berlalan, Cheree J. 50, 179, 192 Bertrand, Miriam M. 51, 181 Best, Brian R. 51, 85, 137, 139 Beyers, Ellen M. 51, 107, 179 Beyers, Julie A. 113. 194 Bialecke. Kenneth T. 197 Bid, David M. SI Bterbaum. Richard F. Bieze, Steven G. 3, 111, 18S Bigger, Jeffrey W. SI, 137, 162, 163 Billups, Isaac Bi s, Scott A. Bilyeu, Melissa L. 181 Btng. Ken L. 30, 103, 111, 226 Bird, Dtna 61 Birk Jr., John F. Bishop. Robert M. 197 Biltenbender. Matthew L. Bizer. Camt L. 30 Black. Christine L. Black. Eric S. 3 Black. Shannon K. Blair. Shannon S. 30, 20S Blair, Stacey 40, 181, 193 Bland. Connie J 30, 86, 137, 18$ Bland, Craig R. 30, 140 Blasucci. Victoria L, 40, 98, 194 Bledsaw, Daniel A. Blickensderfer, Jennifer A. 40, 181 Blievernicht, Paul A Blomberg. Todd V, 233 Blue. Keith D. )1, 137, 154 Bock. Christine M. Bodme. Ketia 40, 140, 198 Boedecker Jr., William D. Bolen, Caroline L. 51. 98. 100, 181 Boltn, Chad S. 3, 129 Bond, Jimmy Bonds, Flamonda E. Borah, Larissa 5. 51, 180 Boras, Craig D. 40 Bork, Gayle M. SI, 113 Boslic, Michelle L. 30 Boston, Beth A. 231 Boston, Brad C. 137. 14 7 Bottom, Lisa A, SI, 113, 179 Bottorff Jeffery P. 30, 223 Bottorff Valerie L, 40, 102. 192 Boiirell. Glenda M. Bowen.John M. SI, 182, 19 ' l Bowens. Tanya S. 40, 48 Bower. Martha £, Boyce. Steven J. 143, 182 Boyd, Douglas L. Boykin, French S 40 Bracken, Sherri L. W KKIlIki it Bradbury, Keena M 51, 108, 180 Bradley, William A. Brake, Kobra A 40, 193 Branch, Jayma L. SI, 178 Brandenburg, Shelley I. 30 Brandt. John P 51, 197 Brandt. Valerie L. 3. 21. 132. 139. 140, 156 Branham. Pamela S. 180 Brennan, Margaret SO, 109, 181 Brennecke, David L. 30, 196 Breur. Arthur G. 108, 137, 199 Brewer, Dana K. Brewer, Tyler B. Brickner, Belle M. 30 Brickson, Cassandra G. Bridgewater, Kathleen 41, 181, 192 Brink, Carla SI, 109, 181, 194 Brmkmeier, Scott L. 81, 198 Brooders, Ronald 51 Brock, David K. Brooke, LeRoy V. 41, 178 Brookhart, Jim W. Brown, Beth A. 30, 86, 103, 110, 195 Brown, Bryan W . Brown, Dena S. Brown, Eric D. 3 Brown, Evan M. Brown, Jacqueline L. 3, Brown, Jaimee B. Brown, Jennifer L. 41 Brown, Jennifer S. 5 1 Brown, Lisa A. 41, 194 Brown, Malcolm S. 132 Brown, Margaret A. 41, 193 Brown, Maurice A. Brown, Michael G. 3 Brown, Michael J. 102 Brown, Natalie Brown, Philips. 5 , 140, 198 Brown, Robert J. 41, 184 Brummitt, Christine A. Brummitt, Jerry K Brummitt, Michael S. Brtiner. Daniel J Brunner, Scott G. 197, 224 Bruno, Frank L, 196, 214, 23% 103, 109, 114. 207 Bruns, Lisa A. 3, 18, 185 Bryant, Ronda J. 41, 102, 193 Bryson, Stephen M. 30, 81, 198 Brzonkala, Eric P SI, 93, 102, 136, 138 Budz, Stella M. 80, 100 Bukowy. Mark L. Bull, Steven C. 182, 196 Bullock. Christophers. 41, 110, 111 Buob, Cynthia J. 3, 166-169 Burch. Julie A. SI Burgess. Paul D. Burke Jr.. John T. Burkey. James D. Burkhalter, Elizabeth A. 194 Burns, Kellie M. SI Byrd, Dina J. SI, 136 Cable, Sean K. SI Cagnoni, Nicholas M. Cairns, Lisa R. 41, 181 Caldwell, Sean R 31, 38 Callahan, John P. Camden. Jennifer E. SI, 113, 186, 206 Camden, Sarah K. SI, 113, 120, 186, 206 Cameron, Teresa A. Camillo, Charles A. 198 Camilh, Karla M. 3, 19, 103, 112, 117, 193 Campagnd, Georgia A. Campbell, Brent I 3 ' Campbell. Troy J, Cannell. Karen C. 31 SI, 86. 88, 11 ' . 1S 2 Cannon. David B 3, 84. 106. 136. 141, 195 Cannon. David E 4 Capps. Steve 4. 106, 198 Carbray, Kenya I- 4, 136. 140. 141 Carle}, Bobette J 3 1 I i%.194, Carlson, Gregory J, 41, 136, 156, 190 ■Carlson. Julie D. Jl, 96, 113, 180 jf f£arntne, Edward P. -if. tCdrpenler.JamesJ.I62 Carrasco, Laura J. 31, 109 Carroll, Brett A. 136, 140 Carry, Yvonne A1. Carter, Eric A 184 Carter, Moniqae Carter, Wendell E. Carton, Anthony M- 41, 1 5, 182 Cary, Melanie 51, 113, 180 Case Jr., Robert L 86, 103, 191, 199 Casey. Donna Vf. 52, 100, 713 Casner (Kitchen). Katrina J. Gates, Kelly J. 31 Catmo, Caren L. 187 Caughlin. Jeanine M. 41, 113, 137, 154, 162, 163, 186 Chamberlain, Rachel 52. 98, 110, 113, 180 Chamberlin, Nancy A. 179 i Chamber in, Steven D 109. 1 8 Chambhss, Mari-Let il. 38, 84, 9 7 , 113 . Chartrer, Miihelle L. 52, 137, 157, jig Cheek. Lori A 52, Hi, 179 Christ, Lora A U ' EL » Chupp, Tina R, Ciesielski. Cathleen J 81, 1 14 Clesiellkl, Denise I. 4. 111,114 Cimarrusti, James R 57, : 1 ; 9W rf MjfllI Clancy, Craig W. 21, 31 Clark, Daniel A. Clark, Derek L. 113, 178 Clark, Ultra E. Clark. Riei E. 31 (Jetnmark. Beth A. 41, 181 Cleland, Bartleit D. 41, 108, 199 Cleveland, Kelly 86, 98 Cline, Carla J. 4, 90, 194 Cline, Lewis W. 81, 197 Clotigh, Tammy J. 4 Clymer, Beth A. 31 Cobb. Vivian A. Cochran. Timothy C. Coffman, Michael S. 178 Coffman, Scott 52 Cohen. Walter J. 52 Colburn. jane M. Cole, Shane L. Collins, Carrie L. 41. 154, 159 Collins, Debra K. 104 Collins. Janet L. 31, 104, 107, 186, 220 Collins, Slacey 52, 113, 179 Complon, Laura L. Conder, Kimberly J. 52 Con in, Andrea L. 41 Conreux, Trisha D. 113, 193 Contarino, Anna R. 4, 103, 137, 186 Cook. Amy J. 31, 107 Cook, Jeffery A. 104 Cook, Krisli A. 4 Cook, Susan D. Coonrod, David L, 41, 142, 182 Cooper, Neal A. Coupe, Alexander M. 136 Courtney, Lanell A. 19S Cox, Jerry L. Cox, Mark A. 41, 189 Cox, Tricia M. 52, 113 Coye, Christine R. 41, 102, 179, 212 Cralley, Jeff N. 41. 85 Cramer, Timothy J. 4, 129 Crandall, Kip A. 204, 218 Crandall, Shane P. Cravatta, Guy C. 31, 92 Craven, Richard J. 196 Crawford. Jamie R Crawford, Kevin W. 196 Crawley, Raymond E. 143 Cribbet, Angela R Crocilla, Michele L. 41, 181 Cross, Stanton Crowley, Andrew S. S2, 182 Cruz (Tyler I, Cheunita R. Cubbage, Kent S2 Cubbison, Beth 0. 4, 81, 136, 156, 192, 226 Cullen, Mary Ann S2, 62, 179 Cullen, Slacey E. S2, 111, 179 Cunningham Jr., Michael A. Curry. Joanne M. 108 Curry, Loretta L. Curtis. Jennifer L. 4, 192 Custin, Anthony P 4, 21, 105 Cutright, Sherry L. 31, 84, 98, 101, 113 Cyrulik, Bridget A. 4, 137 Cyrulik, Tanya J. S2, 109, 113, 179 Dagg, Shirley A. 4 Dahl, Faith E 52, 143. 180 Daily, Stephanie A. 31 Damboli, Taiya 52, 113, 184 Damerij, Andrew J Dammann, Shelley Ann 52, 107, 113, 180 Datxmemann, Lisa A. 4, 81, 103, 104, 114, 186 Daniel, Clayton P. Daniels. Kevin E. 31, 141, 178. 201 Daniels. Phillip Andrew Daniels, Scon I 52, 113, 182 Darrah. Tracy L. 31, 81, 193 Dart. Gregory S. 102, 109, 188, 224 Da vein, Craig C 4, 197 Davelis, Diane C 41, 87, 98, 795 Davis, Amy S 41, 187 Davis, Beiiiamin T 205 Davis, Bradley L. Davis Gary Wayne 52 Davis, Jeffrey A. 31, 89, 102, 10S Davis. Michael L. Davis Jr.. Lawrence E Oaunant. Andrew C 41, 106 Dawson, Douglas M. Dawson. Timothy J 5, 66, 120, 198 Day, Kenton W 41. 196 DeAltgelts, Christopher M. 31, 38, 1 !6, 140. 1S6. 188 DeGroot, Michael A. 196 DeVnes, Gregg M. S, 228 DeWerff. Michele A. 41, 114, I " 4 DeWerff, Monica 52, 62, 179 Deartnger, Don S2, 182 Debits, K nsten L. Decker. Charles E. lit, 197 Decker, Diana Let 5 Deere, Craig W. Dees, Jon Timothy 52. 10 ' , 113 Del Re, Jill A 41. 193 Dtlbrijgl, Pamela S Dellirt, Edwm L Dlltby, Peter G. 5, 81. 197 Denton. Nathan L Derocher, Christine A. 5, 194 Dewey, Elizabeth A. 195 Dewey, Thomas P. 182 Dexter. Amy Terese 136, 192 Dicierson, David T. Dickerson, Robin L. Dinehart, Jennifer L. 52 Dixon, Kent A. Dixon, Stephen L. 31 Doak. Margaret E. 31, 104. 109, 115 Dobbs, Tracy A. Dober, Keith Alan Dociins, Kristina !2, 97, 137, 195 Dofner, Andrew A. 137, 182 Doherty, Erin E. 52 Dolan, Kalhryn A. 1S4, 1ST, 181 Dolen, Eric J. 5 Donaldson, Jackie Renee 142, 146 Donala, Lisa A. 52, 137, 180, 194 Donelson, Phi lip Lee 197 Dongoski, Craig R. Doniek. Carol A. 41, 112, 114, 181 Donnelly, Julie A. 42, ISO Doolitlle, Heather J. 53, 181 Dorn, Deidra 53, 179 Dorlch, Ronald S. 178 Doty, Kimberly A. 53, 179 Dove, Steven T. 196 Dowell, Troy J. Dreyer. Sandra L. 15 5, 197 Drumm, Paul M. Dubuque, Renee M Dudley, Melinda K. 53, 180, 193 Dudzik, Paul Francis Duffy, Patrick D. 5, 15 5, 198 Dugan, Duane J. 1 78 Duggan. Jennifer S. 53, 137, Dunleavy. Dennis J. 31, 198 Dunn, Mm 179, 192 Dunn, Sandra S. Durbtn, Gina L. 179 Durbin, Mary F. 42 Durbin. Michelle L. Durham, Mary J. S3, 179, 194 Durst, Laura A. 42 Dusek Jr., Richard L. 197 Dwyer.John J. 31 Dy Nmg, Kimson C. 5, 105, 198 Dyche II.. Bill H. 5, 89, 147, 148 Ealerling, Rudt L. Easterly, Tammy L. 5 Eden, Brenda M. Edmiaston. Debra J. 102, 1SS Edmison, Calhryn E. 31, 100, 103, 132, 137, 139, 186 Edmonson, Joel F. Edwards, Beverly 5 Edwards, Cynthia K. 42. 100 Edwards, Jameen E. 31, 108, 113, 181 Edwards, Joel E. 142, IS I Edwards, Shad L. 31 Eichstaedl, Laura A. 187 Eiffert, Todd A. Eimermann, Tim T. Eisele, Tamara L. S3, 178 Elbert, Troy D 42, 91, 98, 111 Elledge, Stephen E. Filer, Christina L. Elliott. Jay L. 42, 132 Elliott, Joy L. 5, 137, 192 Ellis, James D. Ellison, Thomas E. Ely. Janet M. 42. 102. 194 Elzy. David M. Elzy, Kathleen A. Emerson. Prentice A. 184 Emerson, Stephanie A. S Enge. Christopher J. 104 Ennis, Robyn R. S3, 137, 179, 192 Epps, Rhonda S3, 98, 113, 137, 180 Eschman, Judith A. 31, 81, 110, 212 Essien, Umana M. Essig, Lynn A. 42 Elschetd, Dale R. 5, 106 Evans, Kelly V. Everett, Carmen D. Evert, Daniel R. 31, 140 Evers. DeAnn Ewing, Kathryn A. 194 Fabry, Philip M. 136, 139, 1S6 Fairchtld, Amelia L. 31, 136 Feeney, James R. 32. 107, 189 Feeney, Michael P. S3 Feinsot, Philip J. 32, 111, 200 Felton. Karen Michelle 53, 108, 18! Fentress, Kim L. 32. 186 Fergurson, Karen M. 5, 136, 186 Ferrari, Lorie L. 194 Fink, Penny M. S3 Finke, K. Steven 17 Finney, Lori L. 5, 86, 107 Fisher, Paula J. S3 Fisher, Shauna S3, 137, 179 Fitzgerald, Judith D 154, 157 Fleener, Linda Lee 6, 107, 114, 24 1 Fletcher, Kathleen Ann 42, 185 Fletcher, Scott D. 6, 81 Fletcher, Tammy S. 42, 103, 110, 112, 113, 114, 137, ISO Flitz, Mark W. Flowers, Dana C. 32, 198 Floyd, Ricky E. 42 Fluker, Anthony E. Flynn, Kellie Ann 137 Fogle, Denise M. 178 Fombelle (Swallow), Julie Renee 32 Foole, Leslie A. 32, 186 Foran, Margaret A. 42, 115, 192, 214 Fore, Julie A. Forsyth, Felecia M. S3, 137, 178 Frame, Barbara 53 Francis, Patrick M. 104. 143 Frank, James Alan 6, 81, 90, 102, 103 Franklin, Paul M. 182 Frazee, Laura L. 53, 179, 194 Frazier, Leslte D. 179 Freeman, Matthew J. Freeman, Shawn Allerlon Freeman, Terri A. 32, 193 Freier Jr., Ross A. Freiny, Jane Ellen Fremgen, John M. 182 French, Douglas A. 114, 199 Frick, Todd W, 44 Friend, Michelle R Friltier, Danielle 53 Frost, Gail M. 32, 81, 193 Frost. Jerry M. 53, 196 Fryman, Steven K. Full. Stephen P. 53, 136, 156, 157 Funk, David F. 42, 182 Funk, Lloyd D, 32 Funk, Timothy A. Gailher, Kim M. 32, 206 Gaitros, J. Luanne 6 Gaiat, Craig S. 42, 114, 117, 189, 229 Galligan, Kathy A. Galligan, Michael J. Gamache, Christine M. 186 Gant, Erica J. 53, 137, 194 Ganyo, Scott D. 53 Garbelmann, Nicole B. 53, 102 Garfield, Tim W. 6, 188 Garner, Dan J. Garrett, Angela S. 6, 108 Garrett, Patrick M. 42, 107, 178 Garver, Jeff A. Gaskill, Amy J. 53, 178 Gaikill, Tamara B. 33, 109, 113 Gavoni, Dino R. Geary, Jeff 53, 116, 117 Gedville, Todd R. 196 Geegan, Renee K. 42, 179 Geidner, Chriiti M. 193 Gelfo, Debra A. 6, 98, 180 Gelhaar, James Genders, Stephen E. Gent, David I. 137 German, Patrick T. 42 Giffen, Thomas L. Gifford, Marilyn K. 6 Gilbert, Leslie D. 214 Gilby, Lora L. 6 Gill, Suzanne L. 53, 137, 179, 194 Gillespie, Darrell U. 32, 108 Gillespie, Joshua Y. 184 Gillingham, David R. Girard, Brian R. 198 Girard, Keri 6, 102, 19} Givers, Conrad F. 32, 102, 108 Glacken, Joann M. Glan, Matthew C. 6 Glasgow, Brenda C. 6 Gledhill, Robyn L. 53, 129 Gtick, Jason M. 54, 154, 162, 163 Glover, Anita M. 6 Glow, Darlene D. 6, 90, 104, 10}, 111 Goebel, Kalhern F. Gander, Jeffrey L. 136, 1}6 Goode, Gena M. 32 Goodwin, Michael H. Gordon, Daniel M. 204, 241 Gordon, Glenna Jo 42, 81, 121, 1}2, 162, 163 Gorence, Cheryl A. 54, 180, 192 Gorski Jr., Robert L. 32 Gorz, Karin L. 1}2, 162, 16} Goshinska, Sandra Dee 107 Gotoh, Naomi E. }4, 113 Gottermeyer, Jeanne R. }4, 137, 181, 192 Grabiec, Georgann M. 84, 194 Grabiniki, Michele M. 187 Grabowski, Sandra D 32, 116, 194 Grabs, Tohin B. 197 Grams, Lisa M. }4 Green, Randall S. 106 Green, Robert Lee 107, 198 Gregory, David C. 6, 104 Greitman (McFarland), Dorothy S. Gretebeck, Rami Jo 32, 136 Grier, Heather M. }4 Griffin, Glen R. Griff is, Jonna M. 42, 48, 114, 136, 187 Griffiths, Gina R. 54, 179 Grimsley, Britt G. Gritton, Paul 136, 140, 1}4, 160, 162 Grobengieser, Andrew S. 54, 143, 187 Gross, Mary S. 6, 166, 191 Grossen, Joseph Paul 54 Grothoff Greg Eugene 54 Gruber, John T. Gruhn.John M. 32, 197 Gudwien, Anthony Guerrero, Bernard Joseph 241 Guin, Joseph G. 7, 223 Gulick, Martha Diane 32, 86, 103, 104, 110, 193 Gullion, Glenda C. Guthrie, John R. 178 Gultman, Rebekak Lei Hack, Gordon D. 7 Hackbarth, Brian K. 42, 197 Hagerman, David F. Hails, Dana L. 42, 111, 113, 194 Hake. Jennifer A. 42, 11}, 117, 192 Halda, Christina M. 87, 1}6 Hale, Karen K. Hale, Kristin L. 116, 180 Halemeyer, Sarah E. 54, 137, 179, 192 Haley, Paul Aaron Hall, Bethany L. Hall, Colleen S. Hall, Loren Mark Hallett, Bryan James 182 Halm, Kathleen M. 42, 132, 179 Hamell, Denise Diane Hamilton, Senta D. Hand, Judith M. 7, 8!, 82, 102, 193 Hank, Stacey J. 54, 109, 137, 181 Hanks, Paul Michael 10} Hannon, Christopher L. Hansen, Karin E. 178 Hansen, Laura J. 42, 103, 113, 180 Hanser, Kirk 147 Haptas, Stanley R. }4, 1}4 Hardy, David J. }4, 137, 138 Harper, Jeannine T. 54, 108, 179 Harris, Brian L. Harris, Charles J. 42 Harris, Robin M. 42, 179, 20} Harrison, Amy K. 42, 179 Harry, Kathy L. 7 Hart, Deborah C. 180 Hart, Stacey L. 102 Hartmann, Paul A. Harvey, Steven J, Harvey, Teresa J. 54. 137, 179 Haseley, Laura M. Hash, Phillip M. 137, 199 Hasse Jr., James G. 7, 188 Hatherley, Thomas A. Hawkins, Robert T. Hawks, Clint L. 199 Haynes, Samantha 43, 108, 181 Hays, Karen L. 7, 104 Heal, James F. 54, 102, 113 Hearn, Shawn E. Heer, Kathryn A. 7 Heimbold, Therese A. Heinie, Janet R. 54, 109, 181, 192 Heldt, Melissa Ann 111, 137, 178 Helton, Jake D. Hembrough, Shalyn S. 43 Hengst, Julie A. 54 Hennessy, Brian J. 43, 84, 100, 182 Henry, Angela B. 43, 121, 179 Hensel, Rick E. Hens ey, Lisa B. 32, 111, 113 Hentrich, David P. }4, 113, 196, 224 Henzler, Kimberly L. 54, 180, 192 Herriott, Brian W. 137, 1}4, 1}6, 1}7, 162 Hickman, Fredrick L. 43. 198 Hill, Thomas L. Hillyer, Ann-Mane 7, 104, 110 Hilton, Leigh A. 54, 140, 179 Hmdman, Cindy L. 7 Hlawik, Rob A. Hobick, Josh A. Hochstetter, John E Hoffman, Lisa S. 7, 19, 102, 103, 107, 117, 19} Hoffman, Michelle K. Hoffman, Susan Marie 1}7 Hoffman (Creamer), Shelley J. jfflff Hoffmann, Paula A 7, 18, 137, 18} Hogue, Benjamin R. 54, 196 Holeton, Kevin R. 43 Hollister, Anna L. 43, 84, 102, 113, 180 Holman, Nancy Ann Holmes, Blylhe 11 19, 87, 90, 121, 19} Hollhaus, Eric G Holum, Elizabeth A. 140, 156 Hood, Kristen T 43, 194 ' " , ' " ' %s Hooper, Richard K- 43, 178 Hooper, Tawnya R. 43, 192 Hoots, Cat iS Hope, Paul E 32, 136, 1)4, 160, 162 Ihpktm, Melma D. 43, 1 ' 9 Hopp, Debra M. 32 : Hoppenjan£ t Jednna M, 7 , 92, 193 Hopper, Michelle A. 32+81, no, 11 1, 186, 200 Horst, Brian I. 223 Horve, Jeffrey G. Horve {Hickman), Michelle R »« ;, Stacy E, 32, 104, 179 Hoult, Walter J. Howard: Lee Ann. Howard, Lisa K. 34, 181. 194 : ; Howell, Timothy L. 7, 204 Howell, Rebecca M. 34, 100, 113, 181 Hower. Rita Hoyl, Jeff„y O 1 Huff. Glenn D. Huffman, Kimberly A. Hufford I W ' inick), Susan Ann Huggms, Br, an L. 7 Hughes, Jeff D. 54, 184, 199 Hughes, Martin C. 32, 112, 163 Hunt, Brian K. 8, 198, 224 Hunt, Gary J. Hunter, Renee L. 43 Hunloon, John R. 8 Hutchinson, Jeffery C. 232 ' B H Huttes, Celeste R. 104 Hyden, Kristen Lloyd lanni, Michele T. 32, 81, 103, 107, 115, 117, 195 lmpastato, David M. Inghram, Jennifer J. 43, 137, 140, 181, 193 Inman, Scott F. 54, 143 lsbell, Jennifer J. 54, ISO, 193 Jackson, Carol A. 55, 108, 180 Jackson, Darlene D. 43, 48, 81, 100, 178 Jackson, Dawn M. 55 Jackson, Kelly A. Jackson, Matthew Eric 8 Jacobs, Doreen L. Jacobson, Karen L. Jaguszewski, John E. 8 Jannink, Regina Ann 8 Janola, John M. Jansen, Gregory A. 106 Jaskowiak, Mary Beth 8, 117, 192 Jauch, Lisa M. 55, 136, 179 Jamil, Louil K. 23, 10} Jendrzejak, Traci 55, 179 Jemen, Kinten A. 43, 194 Jenien, Kriiten E. 194 Jester 11., Thomas E. Johnson, Cathy C. 32, 81, 98, 102, 109, 118, 186, 200 Johnson, Celeiline 43, 108, 181 Johnion, Eric V. Johnion, Jeanne K. Johnion, Melina J. 55, 113 Johnion, Weiley W. 136, 140, 198 Johniton, Chad R. 55, 196 Johniton, Daniel E. Johniton, Jeffrey R. Johniton, Kathy Sue 55, 181, 192 Johniton, Travil C. 8, 81, 196 Jolliff Jerry B. Jonei, Karen Denise 32, 98 Jones, Katherine M. 55, 180 Jones, Kenda M. 8 Jones, Michelle K. 8, 194 Jones, Pamela S. 43, 113, 181 Jones, William J. 55 Jones Jr., Robert E. 8, 19, 89, 149, 198 Joos, Julie A. 55, 109, 179 Jordan, Julie A. 55, 113, 180 Jordan, Kim Lynette Jordan, Kimberly A. 32 Josef son, Rebecca J. 113, 114, 186 Juang, San-Tay Jump, Victoria L. Jun, Bradley Joseph Justison, Lisa L. 33, 179 Kaczmar, Diane M. 35 Kaczmor, Kellie M. Kaeding, Amy E. 43, 193 Kanallakan, Brian J. 43, 106 Kane, Timothy M. Kanney, Steven E. Kapp, Lynnae 55, 178 Karwalowicz, Tony F. 199 Kastner, Debbie L. 192 Kates, Nicholas Edward Katro, Christopher W. Kaufman, Amy S. Kaulfuss, Lisa E. 43, 137, 181, 201 Kealon, Sunierrae 43, 103. 11). 226 Keeling, Dena J. Keenan, Robert M. 102, 199 Keenan, Suianne E. 192 Kegerise. Holly B, ; Keifer, Carol A, 33, 98, 102, 108 Keith, Erin AmberS, 103, 136, 13S, 1 56, 186 Keleher, Amy L. 33 Keller, Paula S. 8, 103, 10}, 187, 220, 2}6 Keller, Robert F. Keller, Mikey 13, IV, 138, 14) Kellermann, Todd R Kelly, Debra A 55, 220 Kelly, William L. 1)7 Kemp, Diana Fay B, 108, 181 Keridall, Todd Kenn. Lisa A. 43. 132, 143. 181 Kennedy. Ellis R 43. 106, 178 Kennedy, Kenneth A. 199 Kenney, Karla R. 55, 220 Kent, Carolyn A. 43, 137, 157, 167. 179 Kessltr, Brett D Kessler, Tern J 55 K,dd, Danny S. 8 Kidd, Steven M Kiermas, Jeffrey J 43, 102, 109. Ill, 114, 185, 201 Kilcoyne, William J. Kintmel. Kryltal D. 194 Kinas. Dana A. 33, 97, 107 Kincaid, Keith E. 1 4 Kincatd, Kurt L. ; ™M li if Kinder, SbeUi K. 33 King, Carolyn A. 55 King, Harold R. 8 ' King, John P. 81, 92, 154, 160. 197 King, Krina B. 43 King, Lynn M. 192 , King, Michael R Kmsey, Tammy L 195 ' Kirbabas.MarkJS Kistinger; Kelly A. 55. 1)7. 179 Kitchens. Shane A. Kitner, Troy D. Klauser, Michael C 5J, 107, 113, 196 Klawitte Christopher M. 43 Klawiller.John W. 33, 98. 109 Kllbe, Jeffrey A Klein, Marc C. Klendworth, Wendy S. 33, 166 Klinkey, Robert W. 43, 182 Klose, Howard L. 81 Knepler, Julia A. 55, 181 Knepler, Thomas E. Knobloch, Leah C. 186, 190 Knoche, Carol L 44, 81 Knollenberg, Mark A. Knox, Beverly L. }}, 179 Koehler, Wendy J. 33, 137, 201 Koenig. Elizabeth A. 33, 113 Kohler, Jenifer K. 33, 178 Koleson, Janet L. 33, 192 Kopf Martin T. Kottke,Jean E. 44, 181, 214 Koyak IV., Peter G. 55 Kraft, Carla R. Kramer, George L. 44, 137 Kraus, Leal L. 33, 81, 100, 103, 186 Krauie Jr., Ronald C. 44, 48, 89, 103, 143, 146, 188 Krebl, Frank H 81, 105, 197 Krebi, George R. 33 Kreppi, Joetta Marie 55, 100, 113, 179 Krieg, Brigitte M. 55, 62, 179 Kriewaldt, Joy A. 44, 97, 113 Kriz, Gary Alan 44, 89, 142, 178 Krueger, Timothy K. 107 Krupa, Kelly Ann }}, 178 Kruiz, Mark A. 116, 184 Kubala, Suian B. 44, 137, 143 Kufa, Michele S. 55, 179, 194 Kuhlman, Jeffery T. 55 Kuhr, Kimberly A. 55, 142, 184 Kurza Jr., Ronald A. 33, 81, 86, 87, 97, 197, 224, 22} Kutlunii, Katherine A. 55, 113, 179, 193 LaBlance, Sandra S. 44, 96, 100, 106, 113, 180 LaFeber, Stacey M. 44, 111, 194, 220 LaReau, Shelli L. 48, 206 Labuda Jr., Thomai A. 34, 143 Lagerhauien, Larry C. 56, 88, 156 Lalla, Kathryn J. 56, 113, 181 Lambdin (Dempsey), Melissa Sue 33 Lamborn, Kirsten K. 56, 192, 214 Landau, Henry Stephen Langbein, Marie Elizabeth Langdon, Michael J. 44, 111 Lanum, Bruce R. 9, 20} Larkin, John S. 56, 198 Lariin, Staci 56 Larson, Andrew J. 56, 196 Larson, Deborah A. Lasco, Kira D. }6, 181 Lasco, Kristine L. 9, 81, 86, 103, 1 14. 137, 193 Lashmett, Gordon S. 33 Lauwell. Barry E. 44, 84, 103, 113, 136, 185, 201 Lawion, Cristin J. Lawson, Gregory Scott 33 Lawson, Shawna R. 33, 110 Layman, Paige Michelle 56, 140, 158, 16) LeCrone, Kimberly A. 9, 19 Leach, Deann M. 115, 117, 179 Leake. Charles V. 196 Lebeck, Brian K. 56, 102, 182, 198 Lee, Brian P. 182 Leetz, Ruth A. 194 Leffel, David B. 136, 147 Lehner, Valerie D. Leinberger, Lesa A. 33, 19} Leininger, Kimberly A. 44, 113, 181 Lemke Jr., James E. 44 Leonard, Kathleen L. Leonard, Mary K. 56, 181 Lercher, Tammy S. Uizczewicz, Arlene V 56, ISO Letlerer, Jennifer A. 109, 187, 205 Level!, Keith 136, 141. 153 Levy, Phillip S. 197 Levy, Stephen B Lewandowshi, Mark Vincent 9. 139, 142 Lewis, Scott A. Lewis. Thomai Paul 199 Llebner, Jean M. Liehr. Nathan E. 56 Liles, 1 ni Ann 9, 107, 181 Lind, Chad Edward 182 List. Heaiher R 56, 180, 214 Little. Dave E Little, Robert A. 137, 154, 159, 162 l.ubb , Michael L. Lockwood, Beth E. Lockwood. Brian K. Long, Joan }6. ISO. 193 Lovetlttte, Aleua Cheryle 9, 105 Lwett, Michelle M 21, 137, 227 Lowe, Jacqueline M. 56, 100, 102, 181 Lowe, ' Karen M. 56, 98, 113, ISO Lower, Kimberly D 192 Lowcry, Tracy L. 33 l.oy, Ijzura A Luck. Ginger S. Luka, Joe A. 9, 107 Lund. Brian W. 56. 198, 224 Lupher, Kerry Anne 44, 1 16, 192 Lnttrell, Colleen M. 33, 81, 103, 107. 11), ISO Lynch, Shannon AL 179, 194 Lyon,, Mark R. 9, 22, 137, 143, 146. 149 Lyons. Sham M. 56, 113, 179 Macintosh, Carolyn Ija Mackowiak, Michael G. Macro, Jesse A, Magee, Richard Scott 9 Mahon, Kelly Robert 33. 140, i«8 Mahon, Tina M Mahoney, Thomas D. Major, DeEtte L 9, 104 Major, Jennifer A. 33 Malecki, Ted P. 9. 90. 105 Malone, Doris J Malone. Eric W 33 Manuel, Carrie A. 56, 181, 195 Marchese, Karoline A. 33, 96, 107, 113, 180 Marietta, Carla Jo 44 Marino, Jenee L. 44, 137, 177, 182 Marino, Thomas P. 44, 219 Marques, Melinda May 56, 107, 113, 193 Marquis, Wendy K. 44, 187 Marsaglia, Michael D. Manh, Lane Edwardl 140, 133, 136, 1}8 Marih, Michael J. 56, 137, 182 Manh, Suian K. 56, 113, 180 Marshall, Jay H. 9, 81, 108, 198, 212 Marshall, John H. 9, 23, 86, 103, 106, 185, 201 Martin, Charles T. Martin, Danney L. 56 Martin, Dorlisa R. 19, 34, 103, 193 Martin, Frank L. Martin, Kelli E. 44, 192 Martin, Michelle M. 132 Martin, Ronald A. 44, 223 Marusarz, Lisa A. 34 Marzilli, Mary Jo 9, 136 Mason, Carolyn V. 56, 179 Mason, Jad K. 44 Matheny Jr., Harry David Motherly, Jeanna M. Mathews (Jacoby). Jacque L. 9 Malson, Laura Lynne Malusiak, Sharon K. 169 Matuszewski, Lynnelte K. 44, 190, 196 Matz, Charles J. 196 Matz, Kevin G. 142 Mauck, Natalie S. 34, 193 Maynard, Jaclyn M. 56, 100, 109, 180 Maynard, Larry D. 9 McAfee, Michael D. McBnde, Michael C. 44, 10} McCaffrey, Cari Lane 10, 104, 117, 195 McCaffrey, Heather L. 44, 92 McCalla, Shannon E. 34, 115, 178 McCarthy, Andrea L. 34, 81, 192 McClure, Clifford E. 10, 232 McClure, Heidi M. 10 McClure, William J 56 McCormack, Kevin J. 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