National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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The modern architecture of Sutherland Hall, housing the campus Demonstration school, the Television Center, Library, Curriculum Laboratory, as well as our College classrooms, blends easily into the suburban community which surrounds us. Harrison Hall is a continuous reminder of Nationalis 85 years of leadership in preparing teachers for careers in elementary education. The new and the old stand together as tradition and experimentation. if HARRISON HALL SUTHERLAND HALL f , tl . n . . . - 1 1 U11 W1 8 ' 5, Q- as ' "' f ff' - ' "Nl in 1 nun .. . I ' I . 'ii nhl' .4. i", 1... . ul ' .u ' ""' hu. o A 9 V , . . . . ', wr., . I ,. ' 'L ' ' M 'gnu m.. ' 'fa'1,11Ql4an ' lu' f h".,1ll:!+ .. . mf .1 mlfnn- Nl Xl 1 mln H' A 4 ' ta' 4 .. 'sl' . .UN '- 1, . . - 'f',,,wl -, Q iilllilf! - ' ' 'F' Ani' "4 " -'fl 5.1101 nm Ov , I ,.,g', '.', All IIMIIQIQ . , I"--- , nn ' 'Agn g,,fl4Ui1l-n 'lu lab!! H J I 11" ,p 'I in I 0 . U' "H" I V, . ? 1 1 ----I -' - 5 ' ' 'a L- -1 -U. Q.. 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Throughout the year, coffee houses sponsored by the Town Association mark additional social highlights. ll Q vm A Everyone remembers the first time of stepping into a classroom and seeing 25 faces looking for encouragement, love, and attention. The learning experience is a two-way street and student teaching put us in the middle of that street. The challenge of communicating, of responding, of creating and controlling. The excitement of knowing that someone is learning. The desire to do the best kind of job. . . KIDS KIDS GLORIOUS KIDS I VQ. f ff-xv - 5 :- it r 14 r fx f' 7' ,'J,,, W - A ..-. -ni , ' ' :eww vii.. Q' av' ff? 'fx mil' -.4Au..' 1' X U, Afym.. gwf? 1 'WEE 3 my Y , 1 Sl'aur4'1I ul' Irving am zulull rlzlp Im' illl ZIIIII-Hill' sung ul'1Irl'ss4's all an l'mn'l'rl wIli1'I1 will mal 4'illISl' lllUlllIlH vlzlp Iolulvl' lu slum l'HIll'l'I'll ll, lqqrll nlml xvznlllllg llv vIuullg1'ln1l4Iann ul' pul-un I-I'Il'I,llISIlIIDS aulull -wnllmul lnlnnzu-u's Iml I m'l'cInl marry . . . 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Ewa W Ni' WI Mig 131 W3 iw W2 11 ?lfl ml W N l-i M W ix N W 'w N Ex x I E Ei if ,. 1, ph 1 F5 v I QI I W H ,I P- M Ia S K. Richard Johnson, President of College, HS., Knox Col- legeg MS., Pli.D., University of Colorado ' Zi, A ,i Dayton Grafman, Vice President for Administrationg B. Mus M. Mus., Lawrence University 6 Charles Balrriulis, Assistant Dean of Students Ps cholo 'A.B., v Y gyi Albion College: MA., Western lVlichigan University 20 yf ' , 'W "' ""-""""""":v -4i?P':z:w-"'1 '1,.T75LFfff" "rr-I-wv"1 '9i"'+rF'V lnifu v ufaw-4f'0'T!'ln:i--rn-yy 1--1 -mf4.f-- -. .- ' --1---H --- - H A " " ' ' 5. "F ' Robert Greising, Dean of Students, BA., Concordia Col- lege, lVl.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University . ,NVQ -. Y ,Xfire 0 t l l r l g P L l Q I ij i , , 1. Qs,-in fx , m a-. , . N, H -H .-q. ..,..,, .- H we in ff-ws ,- ,, - V V. M M - ' H lege of Education , Awqw ri. M ,, ,.. 4 ' 3531031 ' . V , sly fs fliiv!5jf"ew B 1 'uf' Marcus Young, Vice President for Development and Public Relations, B.A. Valparaiso University Marilyn Danegger, Assistant Dean of Stu- dents, Psychology, BS., Concordia College lVl.Ed., National College of Education 21 Helen Widen, Counseling, BS., Northwesterng M.Ed. National Col- l x 'Vi fi 7 N-uf i PV! Laura Grafman, Financial Assistance, Grinnell College Ellen Zinn, Publications, BS., Knox College -r'2jf'4,1li ,Q ' e fkk' ,O me Hwfff' N Z X A X ,,M...,,,,,,Wm f Q D . , 1 . -af' X 'v , , ,Q k..., 3V -X , ' 4 ' . ,, .wi -ii ,3,:m', ,... rf-1 ,w '. 'M ,J ,a in ,MA i it- 4091 41 X ,gsuf-3-fl' fwf., fgf-f,f2e?g'.4.q,gg.. NWN, . "lf04L,:.".'f 'H22.i' "iff-' ' ' 1. ,im,,,.4f4g,f:,.'M.1,,3,.g . ' f 5 ,-' 7" ' W" ff? E ,,,3,fj.,3,u 4 4,3 ,,L,'fg'm'j7"557M ,ff w"f,1f'iif?'4:'4 f ,, 2-5i?,5.i.f lm' 'I 4, Lfiglfaiigizv. 56 H f ,ff f-W,m:- A Mmnzw H. Richard Hennessy, Food Service Manager l,e-wis 'liroy-r. llc-an ofAcadcn1iC Affairs, A.B., Grinnell College l5.lJ.. flliic-ago 'lilwological Sen1inarygPli.D., University ofCl1icago 22 1 i 'fri ,ff Robert Hartman, Director of Placement, B S Nl b Northern State Teachers Colleve, South Dakota fr. Y 'A f-- K lf, I ,Q J.. Betty Burns, Registrar BA., University of Kansas rib 0 Robert Nevronida Admissions, Bb. I 'lsvrflit-1, Lolli fe' MA. Northwestern Univtrsity , ,,.".."::...Q 'wid Hilquist 'LXssist'inl usimssi 'IIIAIVQI' 5. in'v rs'ly I1 OIG 41 Kai-vs Ruth Lamble, Director of Marienthal A ...rf 5 Marie Tiernan, Assistant Director of Marienthal Dorothy Shibley, Director of Baker Hall ""s-1.1" Eugvma Wonff M A ml S George Pvdhody Colle-gf Mary-Louise Neumann, A.B., Carthage Collegeg B. S., in L.S., University of Illinois Cecilia Cyrier, B.S., Illinois State Normal University National College of Education ,.,unf.., 37, Y, 'bv ' 5 f 1 I . I I f Q M.Ed Gertrude Weinstein, A.B., B.S. in L.S., University of Buffalo .fuss 'C 4 Ruth Powers, B.S., North 5 .7 Central College, B.S., in L.S.. University of Illinois i ' Yds". V, X ,rs ' 5 . r .tw Helen Cunningham, BA., Ohio State, B.S. in l S., University of Illinois J. 1 2 5 Mgi 4, ' as A . ,-an-W' 'fha Ronald Benson, BA., Illinois Teachers, College North 5 AUDIO-VISUAL, ART eau Joboul, BS., Carlton Collegeg MA., University of lowa 1 1 , . . f 3 ' if l H v S' X R 5 'W f 2 A 5 7 If Andrey Uwcri, B.F.A., M.F.A., School of Art lnstitutc, ljliicugog V lj. ,Xrtliur Slnnarfl, HS., WLS., Norllicrn lllinois Uni- wrsity Franvinff 'llyle-r, l5.,fX., lluntvr Collfrgcg lVl.A., University ol' llliivavo 36 rw -.., . .-- ' -Q ! 6 x 2 5 7 Q fr 1 4 A Q A my 41- b wg f S. K 3 ' F 'fl r. P 1 9 3 0 'WLQH EDUCATION QM 1 f .gf Mg, SN., -Mfr . 1 "f M . 432 " " " Q ff ,A .aa Zff f if If f x. Cyff- ' My V -5 WW , Q9 i ?' 43 ff ," ,MX , yi fff QX rn Thomas G. Tobey, BS., North Central Collegeg lVl.Ed., Nortlnjsrn lVlarian IVI. Stuurl, BS., 'llvavlia-1's Collcgv, lltllllllllhlkl llnivi-rsilx'1 Illinois University lVl.A. New York Univvrsily Ida H. Simmons, BA., lVlaclVlurray College: lVl.A., Univvrsily ol' Murim-l Dodds, BS., Miami Univvrsilyg IXMIJX.. N1-w York Uniwr- Illinois sily 27 EDUCATION . W 'A Dorothy Oldendorf, BS., MS., Northwestern Univer- 'w Sl 28 Charlotte Meyer, BA., Millikin Universityg M.A., University of Michigan Mildred Tauher, BS., MA., Ph.D., Northwestern Uni- versity Virginia Gorman, B.Ed., National College of Educa- tiong M.A., Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia Univer sity .5-" 'W' ' ' A ' ,V V, swvlwinuwsvw--'-Juavwv-wwfvw'-3"!'r""' ' "" 'rf' ""' "'r""'- ' ' " " ' -. ' 2 ' ' Q., ... .. ,,-,.,-, .., .. ' .C-A-A:--U 7, 'TT-Q . versity Myrtle Rhoden BA. Chicago Teachers Colle Q' lVl.Ed. Loyola Uni ff: ,A N Q A- ig, 7 7 t5 5 5 Ei . Q rv I 'E l ,rw ,N . 5 . V I I IW ' a ' ' I 5 1 Q l vi iv. X T.. Q2 ' xy gg K , -. .z-M H 4 if, -. A "". 1 " x ,, -x . is q 3 4 , .. s fs . lr V bs l Ethel Maclntyre, B.Ed., National College of Edueationg lVl.A., Northwestern University l ii l l 3 '- a l or Li ? C lffgnfaift N, Donald Cawelti' B.A. North Central Colle e' lVl A. 1 v Ig a ' 1 Columbia University Loretta Doyle, BA., lVl.A., Northwestern University ,loan Sniutny, BA., lVl.A., Northwestern University 'nil' 'W L ,, l i .,., , , l Q21-ff., L L .Q-H... ' ENGLISH Betty Wagner, BA., Baylor Universityg lVl.A., Yale University if F. Jay Butler, A.B., lVl.S., University of South Carolina 1 ' 2 ' . v ,cw rdf Janet Weathers, BA., Oklahoma State Umver- he sityg lVl.A., Ohio State University 'Why Q? yi 411 Karen Foster, B.lVlus., Capitol University, lVl. lVlus., American Conservatory of lVlusie MUSIC-MATH Edwin Quistorff, B.lVlus., DePaul University lVl.lVlus., Northwestern University is f r i fx? Q fziff f f A ,,,, Glenna Telder, B.lVl., lVlif-liigan State University: lVl.Ed., National College of Education Patricia Blus, BA., lVl.S.T., University of Illinois Lloyd Cousins, B.lVlus.Ed., lVl. Mus., Northwestern University , ,Z Francis Wilson, BA., Yale Universityq lVl.A., Northwestern University 31 4- .- -3, EJB? if Qu. i. .1 ve 'ff J l :ff 1' Edward Hardy, Jr., BA., MA., University of , illinois PHYSICAL EDUCATION University Judith Mary Noonan, BS., George Williams College his -N ' :A 3A lQl 353-.A i 1 1' N -ff-7 liW,g'V"' T 1l '1 e 4 gig Riehard Glen , ,gi Gudmundson, BA., r if '- . , N I ' Q . . - ...........-f , x Q ort ieastern llllIl0lS 1 V State Qollege X 'lliigfq ax "f-.,,m.. .ga Q . ,x ff", ' X. VNU! z fr! i we V V ff' 3 5 Samuel Johnson, KL V M BS., Northwestern s, M Universtiy 4 Q, ' "s e, Q' 2? jean Duffy, tx' MS., MA., Northwestern js :,,, 9 91 PSYCHOLOGY bloyce Dickie BA. Florida State University lVl.A., Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles Calvin K. Claus BA., Carthage Collegeg lVl.S., University of lllinoisg Ph.D., Northwestern University Sara Ewald, BS., lVl.S., University of lVliehigan Sylvia Landsman, Ph.B., University of Chicago: lVl.l'ld.. National College of Edueation Bivkah Bartell, BA., lVI.A., Hebrew University ofllerusalein. 6 'Q ,M 4 6' l l l l P' ki Q l l 1 F, l l " 2 :mmram 'G 1 ii . .Q .,,,,,,,.,..i,,.,-.t, 4. r Q- f .-.......................- " ' Y f .rv A-A IX wif -H N X ,il ,,,,,L. ,lean Kraft. BS.. lVl.S., Ph.D., Northwestern Univer- sity IX.,-fi? Donald Boyer, BS., lVl.S., University of Chieagog Ph.D., Northwestern University .45 SCIENCE A Helen Challand, B.Ed., Norhtern Illinois University lVl.A., Ph D., Northwestern University I A 31+ Ii, ,print Hal S. Galhreath, HS., lVl.S., North- ern Illinois University Brute Thdle, Bb., Western Illinois Universityg lVl.S., Northern Illinois ww Q' , 'Z' R W ,sf ........- Majorie Seren, B.A. Wichita State University' IVI.A. PHILOSOPHY RELIGION , i SPEECH DRAMA I W. , in r -V Egon Gerdes Dr. Theol., Univfrsity of Kiel' I I Ph.D. Emory University ' IE,, y University of Missouri at Kansas City I Iv, I I Q in iv I I .Q I I I I J ' Q I I I .. Q .. 1 I , iw few I f wg x BNN I aj? 7 Q 1 4: I 1 I, f J' I ' 1 X , I f y k 1 S I' V X523 f 5 2 J I I if 4 . f II 1 W v f II -wt ,4 f, , YE w IJ ff' QM ,Q 2 T .dh 4. V? F li If R3 ff is QSM' I P sw "' 'fx I wvsniiig i In ,J I Exam., Y W' I ' fi' ' I' I 5 " 5 ' 'Rai 5 ag.. qi ff W5 J If . S ,I S 'Q X K 5 I I , E my K Faz ,, , - X f f 5 I a 1 I Q I ...si q I ff L I I X F, I r - Nu I N1 .A I x f if si ' 1' I "rl li' I i , srxy,,f'1,1I, ,I J ,lrrl ff IH' I I I I ,C,, g A , I ry I I 7 ali' AQ. fs I. 'Ill ,f 1' ' s, I 1 ' I I Qf'i4v41 If QI H Virginia Walker, BS., University of Wis- i consin1M.A., Northwestern University I I I I I john Barhee, B.A., Bob Jones Univer- sity, B.D., University of Chicago, IVLA., Duke University Richard Bagg, BA., NIA., Wayne State' University 5 E N9-if - J 2 5 I -1 . .,-xwn: ..'5rTrv:WH1nY1t'iJTTr". ,.ltK!!Z?!.'.?.':EHrLYHL'i-B.. 41-....-1 if , --g 9' -4 .Lani J X lll I 4 SOCIAL SCIENCE Avis P. Moore, HA., M.A., Norlhwcstr-rn Uni- versity fl1nnHffk P A Whfaton 1 ollfgm M A North KH S11 rn Umm rwlty Fhfllllilx Aske w B A M A Whfalon fxollrgc A Ph D 'vorthwvstvrn Unlvvrslty 44-4 I.-1 '0l'8nw-5. J DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL Betty Weeks Mary A Fred Wilken ,.,-:-"':'::- '-If-"' ,- ,p h ,,, . -gg ! ii? Y Katherine Hudson Carol Erickson Harold S tree-t, Direvtor Marjorie Yates Virgima Field Wanda l lm oln Elizabeth Brandt 1 Dorwln Lappc- 1 Albertine Noevkcr il , ., ,..., . , .4- w -- . .T -1.--.:.-:....1-u:w1v- 6.3111-.nv-1 -l--- ---11,11-v.1.n:r.u - Q' First Row: H. Pustil, L. Lewis, L. Curtis, M. Dietz, C. Cohen. Second row: M. Sutherland. D. Andrews, H. Kruse, L. Goodman I i i l i 5 1 I wi. Smith i 40 'I A. Calderone, B. Kish rf xn uv .--:v.u - an -mmm , A VM..wm-11 . eafwgl , . Frumm 9. Prusnie ws 'i . Wurl- m'1n B. 1 andlbaum . DieQterheft - nuuuu '1 u A In ll n 4 ' " X . . K D 5 v ' a D 9 I It 'I' , c , 1 A R . 1 v f G. Stanford, D. Witt t 4 1 Y' l I ? i Q x 1 I if 3 I 4 1 ., W. 9. . XR ' ' rf Q ' F I ski iv.. 4.-ivi'VVi+l ' 4 gm 7 ' ' wgga 1 f I " "'A"' Av W,-r. 4:4 ' is .5 . l IOW 1 , JW!! H. Abraham, V. Loelbaka. Cohen, L. Ross, M. Hamilton, M. Daidone, L. Ekstrom, K - .i J. Awsege 1, '- Y.-In ,. -. - . iff , ,LV-4-rqw-Tvf.-.K ....,..-.ff,,r . - .V...,.-,. -- vb- .wwnu.-1- un-un . ---, -----Y..., . . - Q- - -'fr' ,. - .1 ' v ,- - -,,..,.,l ,, . N .. , . M. Wilson . .- , .., , , . - -'L --', -- 3 . 1145-n'.f.u -Auunqwhuxulv-vqmarauwhrx-mveuli-wal! A ... 4+ ., QM. . ... M "WWI R , ,I X an .3 2. Qfff '-M... YW-f-If -QL Counterclockwisei C. Morgan, J. O'Keefe, M. Davey, R. Fern-l1e,J. Spury, J. Huize S. Kunst, Oltmann. if 'H-af. ,xv 1 M . 'r dh' ' im .:,- X Va 5. ,f 1- Q.: :lv ,ap I E 4 'ns 1, 'Z .,.N fi 24 . .- A., ff'fJf4- f Z , ' ' Qjwsxffi' iifhqafg ' . ., Y vf, f Qu : , . ff.w,.faQa ' ,X ,A f ' ,, 7 v :Q W- 0 ff K-M Q., ,f ,R , . , 4 2 , 2 ' ' 'H 1 .,,,,,f 1,4-L-1 , V.,-f" , I 1,27 4, 1 8 W14'Hw..: 2 . , Ar :?gv,, " , W. 1 G L i 1 u -,, , ,z -1 1 ,-v "1lT'l'fnlTF-liii9Ml1!i1'F!hY'P1rv- 1-n'-'vw-rw-I v-rwra--nr' - uf U - -'1i'f,r'.rzI" 'I' ' ' "', 1 9 ,iw '13 'Z 'wut Q1 Front-J. Harrix' Back-L. Rcxroth C. Bartlntt D. Sim Q . Wisnieweki S inmnn... L. Kennedy, C. Wang, Lyman, S. Dorst, K. Hahlheck, S. Hastings phi w. x ,Q S-.""Q If X F . . W L.1...',..g 45 3f'Qf--jf" . 111f.: '1'fi':: 5 .. 35 N. 2 .I I Fx lm 1 'XJ 1 First Bow: B. Thomson, B. Kritclieves, V. Jenks. Second Row: H. Morowski, N. Bajewski, L. Bell. First Row: Ritchie, S. Komaras, D. Greenhagen. B. Hal- gren, D. Lyons, P. Glas. Second Bow: S. Bieck, E. Silver- stein, S. Alpert. vi W ,u,. in .u if za r ' 4 ' 1 First Row: G. Witt, Roycraft. Second Row: D. Dudel, B Mattson, D. Krall, F. Hartman. First Row: E. Ray, G. Stvvcnson, N. Williams. Svvond Row: S. Baily, L. Haralson, S. Roberson, C. Ivy. 47 gi M. Cyprian, E. Hoskins. First Row: J. Stading, J. Illich. Second Row: M. Wolfson S. Collings, P. Hunt. First Bow: P. Chojnowski, B. Leva, B. Boll. Second Row: J. Bernstein, S. Erickson, D. Brown. C. Pettica. First Bow: S. Lucas, S. Fein. Second Bow: K. Lewis, A. Chester. fqr' lk- wuv-:nmf 'ffl1+Yt'tX'5NBX!7'i9'!fWi :uw-Q 49 P' S 4 I X 9 C. Martin, Nl. Harrison. I flu ' 414 f Q 5,-01 1 1' v I iii 1 C. Maggi, K. Nelson, N. Clavey, D. Anderson v 41 xwxmml mv-F F F2 l mf ,HQ Flrst Row T DeBru1n R Clarey IVI Azerbky G Berg S Ixrammer Serond Row A Wubb N Baker, L. Horvath, K Kurmsky, E Sorrel, P Flshman . ' - ' A .. - '.- ' . -K W - ' - . ' - ' " :VI-, v"' 1' '-,'vf.FQ'.,-' f"',4.,flLh4., !',"HW:'l"3." 1' U-' Wi 11404 ing W K .1 V, Q ' 4 . x O' A I ' ' A V it -6- , ' W jf k 'U-7 r 1- 7 'rf r ' 1 W I r - an r Vf. ' W r A 3 X Cx .A V ' 'ff' . -,ff " ' A I F V .. 161 ' - ' 1 .c....-.. , . A V . 'Q . - ' f ' ' A . 2 ' f ' 5 P ,4 ' ff . - , r ' -fr ,W ' , Y A A in 4 gf w I . , . , . W , . , . . x I . 5 M, G. Stampher, D. Witt. fl' 7:32 ,, hz i iii? x We 'A 1:-...--' tgg fi ' 1 - m S x K ig' YQ my ft ! Q ' ' J ,Q , . A X, X QQ . 'f V '1 X J., 4j?M, ! , , Q '-. V' X i p f-i WM ' K3 .ntl 1 7 ' f 4 L. Rohde, E. Gilbert, P. Ortiz, B. Buss, G. Stephenson. I "WH"-"f"-""f-"'-------I , , - f-,.,'- - ., ,.-J- , , .,,,.. , -. V 'f , ...' 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K I Ill SH! uniform 4-----f z .5 ' I ' Tapes i Pina: www A V formation invlnnhpn it lvaumlduuh I 52.00 ' -an i W xi- Q sg , 'lm " C ' . .f .. . x N N X! g , M 'FY 4 First Row: J. Greene. Second Row: C. Richter, L. Cecil, B. Hanna R. Colucci, E. Kleinhenz. rw'-'V 1, . WNW' ,rw 'fi tvf--1 '1.y4'r1 rm 4 x N K - .IN-4. xx -'.. A K fl .x' .5 x -X NK N ' - ' - . ' , A 'N 4 1, . ' " 'xi' i Q' .5 i 'Y W-rg x. H 'fi . - ff K x Y .K - " .l - 'K' " Q. - . i .J M ,rf we ,C fv .i 'V f X. - , I W , ' M W. First Row: J. Carey, IVI. Van Wermeskerkan A. Reisinger. Second Row: T. Cobb J. Boehner. 55 5:1361 First Row: G. Ganowsky, P. Schroeder, C. Devereaux. Second Row B. Johnson, L. Driscoll. First Row: H. Gray, Bielenierg, C. Rozum, W. Bearland, lVl. Stratton, B. Vanflura. Sf'COINl Row: Balaban, K. Ufldson, C. Katsenes, K. Cantwell, liary. mmf -www - .'K'!'?'l'-1K'fF9f5'x'-Fl!!! A 1 .. . QKQQDHIUVYEQQWQ W A f ' -. Y! 4. 5 ' JVC 1, " ' F' U, .. , n 'Wm ff' ,A if 47 A fb C ' X, ' A. Raphael, McGinnis, C. Walfe, M. Slade. J. Linperis, D. Hundt. 57 5 . ,, 5, 92 5 :v ,V I? A .M Ei! ll il fa N , 1 i 1 ii w I A l.. V WML l ' A ' I l I I D " Fi 1 ll f y U I F 3. 11 5.1 Q 4 Q ., X : xx nv J: ' ' I , Y 4 ' ' ' T 4 1911 - ' v ' bl Q I N W . ,Av A . ,,-V -A 1 'JW' Q l'i ,R 5' Us 3 xr f 8 - f 44 f If 11 M ' 9 N 4, 7 if iw ' ji 5 ' L. Illo, J. Santoro, Winick, J. Norris, M. Conlon, IVI. Ranellone, M. Clarke. L. Tanis, R. Kotin. 'D Ov 47 9 5 v.,. 5 u .iff J' an 9 First Row: J. Wong, D. . Randell, lVl. Kaplan. Sec- ond Row: E. Rubenstein, E. Spector, L. Reichnard. f l 2 l First Row: S. Smith. Second Row: E. Stoll, K. Cantwell, P. Owen. First Row: Mays, L. Wells. Second Row: A. Scott, L. Dangerfield, J. Conner. f,-" , f - V 'iiadv' J ,Q AQ , . F ,G mai V.. T' , . ' 1.',f. , 'Ih- W , X 4x -,fr ' f fi? If only Mom could see me now. 17 w w 1 w E N i 4 i F 5 9 N E? D I G :I I l N E N 1 2 's fi X W l Y . A V. W b , ,, ,L K., A, U ., .1 . wx A - -,.,- -L-y2..Ww-g,4,1r5,fMff,1-gf was-avmssusf.:znwmvwesagugt5.hggQ!:V-gg - : '-' -"" 4LL.v f " X 79 "Anyone for a math make-up quiz? Q-,x K'-- XJ G1 A Y i 1 fx Q, i ,i J w V Ft "N- ' Q-wg .1 iii V' H vig S ., If I ava"""q ,M wr' 4 X . f za x K ' K v fwfr, rf we-1 , it gl. , A nl et B ff tt 9 ,A 'E N 1 i Q TE 3' Q X ' U , '4 3 iw tw , LW, 4 o 0,-0 1 ,' Q ,XV 1. Q ' r Q X 1'5 A Q ' Q Q xl 4 53 21 H W."f' lbs 3 A A "Pl'nltn'v-'Il-hkthin l I gf ll! i 1 . Y ... H.,.,,..u Jug, ng W 54 xyx- . , 'fm'.-.unVav.Ms'uunwmnmamfeumnfmwun9+'. Rr '. fugm H 1 -X' '-Q' ' ' f' ff l Q ,. ' , l "1 , ww vf ww ax 'KWUW 41 A WWMWAWM A Sunday afternoon softball game at Chandler Park x""' r "4-:IMA 'Wt' 631 "' x 4,3 ' 9 We f -1 M, QW 7Z'wp .-f 'IQ 5' 7 f 7g la 'Ad' 4 43...-.-f""""l"fr"-Ia -. ' J I ., J ' - f "-f 431601-"' ,l - .P ,-,www-'W' ,.----fp-an--.-' ' . l - -, , , !,,- ,.,4 'Q 'w Q' N" lgff ' "g,"jA,!1zf, 1" ,. .f f . ' V ':wf'A'fffW'f" If 3i"'3 ,VA Y ,,. 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I I I' I -I I, If II II I , I ' I i I I I I Ii E I I . I E ' 5 : I I 5 Q I ' z I I I 1 I I I I , , I. I I' ' I f IT I I I Q, I I 5. if I II I If 1,3 II Q n , I I I It 4" I I I1 ' II I I -I T. i'fl!'lSMIl'9Hi!Wll'!3MLM809!1 QWIEK. M5914 STUDE T- The purpose of Student Senate was to further faculty and student cooperation, receive and entertain student opinions, and to coordinate student activities. I SE ATF i This year,s officers were John Colgren, presidentg Bob Carroll, vice-presidentg Bonnie Hanna, secretaryg Pat Stengel, treasurerg Merle Weiss, social chairmang Monica Cyprian, publicity chairmang Debbie Kornbluth, campus relations coordinatorg and William lVlcNeal, community action representative. rg' , -Q Q-, gp RW' Y' N rv' 1 if -0' ,uni It ix Q35 A I TER ATIO AL CLUB Mr. Donald Cawelti shows his slides of Africa to a meeting' of the International Club. N.C.E.'s International Club was busy this year acquainting students with the customs and traditions of the various cultural and ethnic groups represented at the college through slide shows, lectures and excursions. 1 This year's officers were Nina Sugihara, president, and Pat Hori, secretary. 72 What s it like to go hack to school after having pursued other interests, such as a husband and children? COMEBACK CLUB 5, 2 E., Ask a member of the Comeback Club fig. on I 1 6117.1-P lair Ps fi' v 'ss 4?- gym "N-.K CHAFF- ? .'.., 4 A -F-M.. K PP DELT PI fu f-L' -, r R, ,w a I' V an a ft. ' 4. Ki ' ..,A.+v ' ,pf .yz4..1,-V f - , . ' J, PM .tw . I, .Q A F Officers for 1970-712 Edward Horner, treasurerg Kathy Cedoz secretary Fran Grafman, vice-presidentg Dr. Janet Recs, faculty advisor, Paula Jenkins president. New and old members of National's Theta Eta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi attend an initiation dinner this lVlay. in y' ,I Kappa Delta Pi is an honorary society in education, recognizing those students who have made outstanding contributions in education. Activities this year included a Bake Sale, speakers for the various meetings, and attendance by some members at the Kappa Delt Pi regional convention in Cincinnati, Ohio this April. , 2 we 1 ,Q fy li iv K j 9 J ..........--f 'A X. . c if P jf I---f 'Xx 15 js S-Q '- if' .ff The purpose of Town Association was to involve non-resident students in the various activities at the college. Included in this yearas Town projects were coffee houses, bake sales, and a raffle. s ,, s l 41: TCW ASSOC IATIO J ill Dithmar conducts a Town Association meeting. The officers of Town Association were Jill Dithmar, presidentg Judy Fromm, vice-presidentg Diane Krall, secretary-treasurerg Sue Pros- niewski, social ehairmang and Donna Witt, Student Senate repre- sentative. l l l l l w l I l J... N.C.S.E.A. QAM N.C.S.E.A., a new club this year, strove to keep students aware of "happenings in educationl' and to aid them in preparation for the professional field. Among the many activities for the year, the members collected a materials file, worked in a Voter Registration program, and participated in both state and national programs, such as the "Write-In Campaignf, which sent letters to President Nixon voicing the students' opinion of the need for a Secretary of Education. The officers were Karee Hahlbeck, president, Connie Forbes, vice-president, Nancy Carlson, treasurer, Anne Hargrave, secretary, and Merle Weiss, legislative chairman. ' vxa.....-----1 QM 23245. veg J, , LN' Q auf! fum-anus-an 'El .. X MBASSADORS The Ambassadors plan for the coming year at a fall pizza party. The Ambassadors served as official hostesses of N.C.E. and as assistants to the Admissions Counselors. Their goal was to portray a sincere and willingful school spirit to prospective students and to encourage school spirit among the undergraduates. The officers of this yearls Ambassador's Club were Gail Roberts, presi- dentg Marie Stratton, vice-presidentg and Cynthia Katsense, secretary. A.W.R.S. The Association of Women Resident Students was the official body of all female residents at National. -, -ul NNN: The main purpose of A.W.R.S. was to set standards which would pro- mote conditions in the residence halls conducive to an atmosphere of friendliness, cooperation, and responsibility. The officers of A.W.R.S. were Anne Hargrave, presidentg lVlary Young, vice-president, Nancy Owens, president of Baker, Lorraine Hawkins, vice-president of Baker, Ann Reisingcr, president of lVlari'ethalg and Denise Dobbins, vice-president of Marietlial. Q UBSANC The officers were Emma Hoskins, president, Judy Benjamin, vice-president, Dale Wallace, corresponding secretary, Joyce Cannon, record- ing secretary, Gail Roberts, treasurer, Gertie Brogsdale publicity chairman, and Doreen Mitchell, social chairman. , A :ti Teacher James Norris lectures students during Black History Week. Ubsance existed to unite the Black students of National both socially and politically and to develop leadership and responsibility among people of the Black community. l A We 4 i 1 l l w l w, AM i i , Q .Q CONCERT CHAMBER SI GERS I Q I 4 I I Q T I 1 1- R twin 'W Concert Chamber singers provided an opportunity for selected voices to sing and perform choral music of various periods and styles for the college and the community. Among the concerts performed this year were the MESSIAH and the opera AIVIAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS. 4.1 DANCE GROUP ,, fi i,- "uf i H 1 f 5 1 1 i I I pi 3 I i li 1 Dance Group was an organization directed by our Artist in Residence Sybil Shearer and dedicated to the task of perfecting and exhibiting each member's dancing ability. I a..,,xg Z ' " 1 ' I 'T N-A L A , 'I we 5-N. .351 Ui: e-' Iv-' T. 2,35 'J Fra :af tif fx? vii i i i . sf. ,V 1 tgp liiw its tiki fa W1 -Q i E M is N 192 Wi? Jiiai ifif ti i i ff? MJ. QP! l 2 I . yi I , if i Y Ei 1,1 ,V My yi Fi j W e it wp W ,i Ili ,. Q F E 1 E a Q K I E 1 I , i i 5 2 5 , , I K w I I I l N N I 5 w Q 'U il- -W .Q L ,. .. .1 at n it vs an-1 ,4 h1Qn- rlmv- H 1,1 l r W Y 5 I I sf ' F lil 1 4 1 , i ' r I I w N 1 1 NATIONA 1 .af D I 'Que' w,..4,.....w,w-.---.-- X W V .444-Tag. , V , .vig MV I -.f f 1,2 .W.....,.,,.,.M. Registration "' ' Qtr Coffeehouses Winter Weekend Muriel Betts? wr 'X . x 1 wl ls 22 ki, 3 mi-il Protest at Isabella The Blood Drive Black History Week mm 9' ' C' v. "".f... , A1-K, -ee . dm, sr QL ,,,.,,, In -n-f.- ,ul--,fy . sf , -"' , . ' BASKETBALL John Colgren George Steffen-C0-captain Ed Horner 4 I . :A e y ae, H K I 5 X. ge q ,1 Owen Kelsall-Co-captain The four Senior Members of the Team. 1 I lt 'Main M X A E11 Y' D a i T ft Carl Berg The National College Rebels Basketball Team ended their home season in Criffan Gymnasium by upsetting Emmaus College, 77-70. This victory, though long awaited, overshadowed a dismal season Q1-175, and proved that the Rebels could win by "putting it all to ether." gSenior Co-Captains George Steffen and Owen Kelsall fmost valuable playerj provided leadership that enabled the Rebels to work together as a team. Steffen played in 54 consecutive games during his career, while Kelsall led the Rebels in scoring during the 1970-1971 season. Sophomores Carl Berg and Stan Embry will provide a one-two combination next year. Berg consistently led the . . Rebels in the free-throw accuracy, while Embry led the team in rebounding. rl 3 Seniors John Colgren and Ed Horner, junior Rich Disterhcft and freshman Mark Azersky provided their abilities as well as a H 'fwinning attitudew necessary for any team to work together. The outlook for next year no longer remains dim. The Rebels have learned that 'tif at first you don't succeed, try, try again. w V il I i 1 Rich Diesterheft, Ed Horner and Coach Balciulis Mark Azersky ,IT 1 ,.,.. 1 - gt' X 2 ! 1 4 IE 1. M P k fl wi 12 il! ' M N yn M I X I i , I ,VI I n f Owen Kelsall Stan Embry . George Steffen ,,,, f- -- V- --- , vvvf. -fe - ' l l l l 1 l l 1 u Q 'x L i fl' 1 1 l l 3 , l ' l l l . 1 I Coach Balciulis ll l l A E A l 53.3 'l l '1 it J' ll Il ll l w W Trl P l l ll 4. if ln ll l Bottom fl to rj: Marie Stratton, Ellen Silverstein, Ellen Gordan and Bonnie Van Cura. Top fl to rj: Lili l-larason and Cindy Colne-n. l l l , ,l, ll ll li., il y, l 1 l l l l 1 P. M i , l 91 l - 1 my ,,...- l 1 l I Q :' K an ,vii fr' 5' " - lv ,, af-f '91 I in U W :uf K, .. -,JNL '-f--.-g:.ggygw',1.1u14 im' lnllbxusimguiamwfmwxmwc PLAYS AT NATIO AL Three very dlfferent plays were presented thls year at Natlonal Colle-ve the classlc comedy The lmagmary lnvalld by lVlol1ere Once Upon a Mattress a Broadway musical and The Cruclble hy Arthur lVl1ller a drama based on the Salem witch trials. - cc - - 11 ,D , - , sc va - I 1 1 a cc f so f 1 YW YY,--H B, , ..,.,.. ..-..v-,.,r.1..........-TY.-.,,.., ,wwf N 5 I 6 X 5 v E A i- .NWN K Q 4 I 9' xv" Once Upon A Mattress" 4 N 1 wi? ,145 . - w. - v.'f .1,m f. f+1Li- f.,'sf::-Lffl , , 1 N 1 "The XE Crucible" N-mf' 9 i if f V W K x k l K P mg, rl . , .V Q, ,v. J 'W-I F ff WI TER WEEKE D 'GWinter Weekendn activities culminated in a dinner-dance on March 6 at the Pioneer Inn in Chicago. Providing the music were G'The Prophets of Soulf, The highlight of the evening was the crowning of Gail Roberts as the Winter Weekend Queen for 1971. fgfvffi' ' Fw- f' ,WF'.5.-"'N ! A I 5 . ,A REQ , ve P+ ,F "rf 4- K 5 " Q '- f N 4 cl- Z E Gail Roberts-Co-chairman g x -Y711,,,iY,,,Y7,, ,,,,,,, , , ,,,na-1-:-1-mvvzgrmx rw -'HQ' .WX ,mf-' 'ai' li'3f,qg", F , f,s. I -t' 'FW' iv' Mary Young-Chairman - X f'i Peggy Owens Denise Hicks Sharon Archer Gail Roberts TH E COU RT Dawn Larson Ellen Gorden WINTER WEEKEND QUEEN GUI' ROb6l'fS ,-.1-rvw,.mw4mnwe:nww-.mnmmmw-wmxwzk-wg . . ,L , .XE .,i, ..k.-ALI-'yi' Lift'-ML?-'1ziQ"a J-E-u 4LkQiy1w.mw' ' new-f -1-X .f,.,,....,, ,Ax W6 fi 2 Z Y I Lazy! fv. V V5 L Eff E E . 'f 5 . 5 ' 5 E ,ff Lorraine Hawkins , . A " r I , r A.- i ,,...4-nuv?- JT' r I Q f . Q 99 1 S 53 WU xg M . . 2 5 , . 5 ' , ' I' 5 -ef , QQ?" ., ,L .fl ' x ,mic VF' Polgar 45 i i Q Nlr. Bagg Kass CON VCCATIONS Student Musical Sr' lVlrs. Owen eg 5, , 1-F! Childrenls Picnic ' , ' f W, Ll.. ll l L M, . , Fygy -4 3, NW 'Qin 1 Ella Jenkins Hoke Norris Gwendolyn Brooks ,,, ' J I1 .Q li V ,1 .Z ' ,. .yy -i -.55 e, M , f A N X I V 7 1 X . 15 Speaker for Volunteer Services l l l 1 l i ,,-...,.s- eAwf------ ' ' 1 6 A 1 ,mv 1 "K L lv ATI AI. ,-,,.--- .H-7-.,,,,,. Q.,-f Q iii 51 A-4 rr 0 ,K Q X 'ZF X p ,V M' PSY' xviagixw gf ,,j,,HQ.', ln: ix, ,.,.,.,-., ..., Wm., PROTEST AT ISABELI. wx 4 X M1553- ,f gyfzj, 5' .ua A VX ..,, -.lf ' x'Z-5432 ' . ,. . IE ,f-.Q 4 K , , Q A. .974 'Klf?. J-fi - f 2531 V -7-----124' f' 7 L Kiln, 'ff' ' 102 ...4-11.4-N-w 1 f.g.4-se'-'L.'.'.manutuiv .I 17 -- M- M,+,.Mp.4... 1 1.3.1, -Lyn. my- 1 ip.:-:L , 4V, ,I K A X aiffggj A' 1 K in i N r i i 9? 3 X i Q i X W S ., f ff f Y' J n i ' 1 ll N xrxx ' ff 1 I up ffl x fn .- I Q, E ,sy w N N., N N Bob Carroll-Next year's President Monica Cyprian U STUDE T SENATE ELECTICNS n Rich Diesterheft-Next yearis Vice-President Kathy Kornhluth Sharon Archvr 103 o..--.--. -....-- - .- .3 .i,.o.. -.-W .,,, -.,.,,,,,.,i..,-wM..,.o..o-...W,. ,,,.. mv..- W. .M - '23 PARENTS arf Thls year Parents Weekend was held ln the begmnmg of May The hugh pomt of thls weekend frlled wlth dlnners plays and concerts if was the surprlse erownmg of two lVlay ueens a flrst m Natlonal s hlstory Basketball Awards , 4 1 l l 1 1 Dean G1-gising Yearbook Awards lVlrs. Oldendorf l l l r Q5 l I e 1 ' , l l 1,1 li ' 1 1' ' 1, i , 1 XII 1 r The May Court L, il Awards for CHAFF l .LA W 11f'4,Q4X. x gpg4.-,..,w'mmvs:nAvm,svv'n'mvmflwrikh . -. , -..HL -. A .-- ' r ' WEEKE D II-"M jg? . Concert Discussions T HHHNEI X44 f 2 , -Q... ,' ,,..,. Fashion Show Dinners A First! Two May Queens-Ann Hargrave and Nancy Owens. . 105 Student Art Display e r :'- ' -. - w P SYQEN, ' Sf Ng." '- af Q Q51 N x y A17 EER: X T -if ' Jrx RSPQ as 4, f ' w Nw' ' ' 'N' , 1 ,ny , ' ' v- . ' :Q-:' 1',4,-fy, V, , H , N f '.f"4'Y'fK'-'17'N'f'X'?Y'!g'ndi?XH:l5,'!Si'L '1 5i'4Y9f'ffifLiffw-xk ,J-f . 1, v'wy.f5,' l -Lhijd-4 I 47 , ' "Wg '..:'..d.f,.'1,. iigmvree- f-,A.".,1ff-3 ,Q -.f r 4, ,lgh , L AL., 1, M 1 "xii" Pi-'viz' 'WY' '-'WW' - f "' 'W' ""' "H ' 'W' ..a.vSbL, c W4 5.5 A is -H Pre-Professional Term 1 Professional Sequence: Observation. . gn x V V , V U an Iii Y Q! N v 1 K I r I f i V Observer, Demonstration School Participation-Ann Reisinger, Logan School w u on n I I 1 nap ah s li V n is n -- crew,-f-m+m.Hf.f.'e.r.u4..h" rf i .... -,,,-1 .,., , if 1 !-,, M.L.u:44 A X. ' Lf' M- ' i . 7 , Participant Mary Ranvllom Logan qchool at Rule Number 1: No more than 3 obstr- vers at one time! i i P X, X' i V i 4A,..4L .1 4 I Participation. . .Education Courses , 1 3 Ala. f 'K 'J I Y N, S ax. ,fff 4 . , Ni 4 x A P ,wg Yfwiff N ---.ff x i s.. W i rm Q .. ' 109 .. , , . vw, -,,,..'.v:1n.,n.nwu- 1 M 1 'YlE!S.? 'WTLWT'T'i?'ii"i'T7T'-'T'"'T"""' 'ff'r"""""21 '- 'inni- YZ? AM- 4' lv" Richard Goodstein, Kindergarten Where theory becomes practice. wwf ,ff nba, , fr 1' J K Mary Cram- Nurse-ry School visits the 1Y,1'Il1UllSU'illi0ll School jf! ff f if A 5 f if , ' T x-if V . V , 155. W U , I 1 1 4. . A I Q 1 : .9 . .K , I . x J Vu, Susan Okawara, Eighth Grade N.C.E. Demonstration School o o - N l? : 1 W ., f 1 i ,raw 'hge--1375 ,M It X , rk,y. I Njfjiifnffr X 1 Sixth Grade , km' K ,, X. , 0 , , ,Y 4, -,. Y, ' n..XTNA "Sf: Out In The Field Lynn Daugherty, Kingsley School Professional Seminar X. 8 1-I -v.,,.,,,,'nfJ' Yfitf in B W "" fl if Fran Gfafman, Third GI'-Hdf. Millftr SCll00l Saralee Lessman, Seventh Grade, Demonstration School l , 1 I Riva Bilton, Fourth Grade, Logan School 1 Assuming Professional Responsibility wk f -I .-, Stephanie Enstrom, Fifth Grade, lVliller School Beverly Vignola, Hubbard Woods School I ' 1 1 if 'i of 5- vi JP 5' 49 , , ., -W W A l ., . . . A, ' 8 o by y Q H 'Y ' 'gvlYII,l?laN'r. ,I . I ll 5 u o t X V i t I M 5l15:f?.,n-, . 5 ,gui-.1 rpg. Q at We , A . ,Zi www--:mm-,..1, 'qi fx 1,-ur., M-v, X, aa if 'sf We 'Wu- 'MY-rw 114 lVlr. Cawelti, Student Teaching Gail Hoffman and Mrs. Berry, her cooperating Supervisor, Logan School teacher at Logan School ' 2 6 we-an 4 .I I oann Barlas, Hubbard Wooda School f Zi :-' lf. k - f' f trrt' a 'I ,, ' "lj V an ' .hz , 4, lyyy lzb, v ,x S A N fs u A' 'V 'QQ , Y . fx? ' 'u mga I if 1 ,' 5. wig, 1 I f Q' ff J , W l , i i ' fe i ,ga , fe WE ' f ' v 5 , Q ' I . , 1 if .J-'V 'Q iq . - 23,-.' .'c'73.V".?'5f :'?'F7f1!kH7ffif5'iJfcl .A!5U7 'ffd!7VPFfC9?ibAKLsAUiiM4iif35vf'E?1Y!!53'. ' ' L L '?1E:?l1iS.L.L:JLHw!M.'.a9fY:fl,-L '1' ' M -L' GW A G 5 1 I w 1 F y W w o W N w I r v I l L x V 2 1 w x W ,N M ,Nl xi i, V J on 'K im ,W 0 Janice Slosson, Hubbard Woods School V H my fyjj' vll, :E' f ...,,A A l i so V WW 7 ., wg, '-.N 'ox x.'s Nancy Considine, Kingslvy School ,Ioan Sustik, Eighth Grade-, Dvmonstrution Svllool 1 --- -..-W ..-ml ..i........nn.-.1.v.......L....,-'.-w.v,vgrv-vu-C. . . ,wwf .. 1-mr: L 1. - - Lgzwvffp.--.nv-wan--f--:vcr W: P-nc" 'm xx-ata: -L ' H -- I . 1 i Z a.a..-..-- l l Nw ll Mary Jo Cally, Kindergarten, Logan School Ann Hargrave, Kindergarten, Demonstratlon School If Q' Sandra Johnson, Carol Morgan, Logan School l ici li ' l l ei i l 2 WM 1 EQLJ lnjghssui Elm E! ff' , Pat Jeffers, Kingsley School l 2 1 . 9 l h l l,f-flies Briskin. Kingsley School 116 ww ,K , i 4 , ,p A r 1- 1.anc':i'f1'.fla4,.t,c,-wmlausi-g-, t i I v A J I H.- I Lal f A3 ,- ,foaf Nancy Considine, Nursery, Demonstration School W, ,4 'M 2- Esther Okada, Logan School .. 7 .. --...-...-.---.. , .- ....-,mn 'W EE 9 gf xl S' K ,, K '9"""Lr M .9 l I K Wa l i l Bedjo Kaur, Kindergarten, Miller School V l I 1 l ill, sr 31795 -ws.i,,..,.- W 'H-s Lisabeth Nathan, Kindergarten, Logan School 117 ravi-frff-rv-, vr-f- .uv W1-v---. - 1- V., .rn-nw-v.-wr. ,,'. 1 1--, .. , V-f.,.,.Yv-eva-1 1-w----- -,,,..Tt..-Y..-.--. ,fr-'gf ir , V .. -- ST ART 1 Enroll in N.C.E. 2 Pass lVlrs. i as a fresh man Smutnyls critical thinking class 3 Complete Psy. 1 4 Complete child observations-go ahead one space 20 Register with 19 Enroll in 18 Form car pool 17 Buy student 16 Start half-day placement office- Pre-professional for student teaching- teaching wardrobe- student teaching lose 35.00 11 or Methods lose space in N.C.E. lose 3 3 3 courses parking lot 21 Come to school 3 weeks early for Field Experience- go ahead 3 spaces 22 Start full clay student teaching 23 Experience chronic fatigue for 14 weeks-go to hospital 24 Tell cooperating teacher Pro.Seminar 25 Cry when leave class in Dec.- buy meets every Wed.-get box of Kleenex extra turn 26 Start Hlnterview game" in placement office ,M 5 Complete Participation-forfeit 11 Wednesdays 6 Apply to Professional sequence 7 Accepted to Professional sequence 8 Enroll in Calis Ed. lVleasurement class 9 Ask a Hwhyll . . . , question in Cal s class-lose 2 turns 10 lVleet lVliss Cecilia Cyrier in Curriculum Library 15 wear a white blouse for D.T.P.- 14 Subscribe to Grade Teacher or 13 Forget to wear name tag to class- 12 Enroll in Pre- Professional Term 1 11 Get 20 Krazy Kats in Cal as Class- loge 3 tum Instructor go back 2 spaces extra turn 27 Return to classes- 28 Get a teaching 29 Graduate 30 Reach I . I 0 va waste 2 quarters Job-go ahead 3 School-lose next -O tenure- 1 spaces 'turns go ahead 1 E space U- uluifx a in 54 'Fl 519' """"1ew .An-x -I " i ,Q-eu, - K K RQ' ,.fA ff A, YK QB 'uf IPD Sw! w 2 5 1 l 2 5 5 ' ! 2 5 , A I Z i f 1 y 1 1 l w 1 T , 1 f l 1 1 , H xx 1 , 1 ' w E E I I 5 i E i E 1 i I S 1 i I 1 K ,5 fl H f 1,33 92 Zi lei if I 5 C ? E1 'F wi E S 1 s W I U, w !ff1L-i,.wpgx.Lf..-.2165 1V'li9LI:.4'S4n'D'L,, my HQ YU 4-Wm-'fi.'ax1' 'EE ' lg ,, -rrrrr'-F1-'fr-'-'1--F-rw?-r!" 1111-'f1ir----z'-- .J J?-1 N ,' I. A i M I r. I 1 Q V K I I I 1 1 5 1 I , I . i w r Carol Ander Peggy Austin 5 4 i A Joann Barlas Pamela Bean r zz g, rs' ,E- 3, gr: Q, ur, Al I l I Ai rl l ! si EP r V 55 11 ! rg I I I A4 1 1 'x Charlene Ackerman Valeria Adams Paula Behrendt Sherry Beyda Riva Bilton Brenda Bonds Carole Breen akllynn Brooke . ., . A ,. -.. Y .r.. - .- , : gr ' L1.1h'514lX-.Ifi...4,-K. en -12-Mlm V ' -a 'V - WU' -' 'K So THAT S how you became a May ueen Candldate' Mary Jo Calley Katherine Campbell Linda Campbell Janet Carlfeldt Jacqueline Carr Kathy Cedoz john Colgren lVlicl1elle Coltman UmWmVfT1 ' 'Y' rT'11"'t"r'r"'rr'f' ' F"' - TT C"1'1T"iZ?T IZ LTLSI ' 125 I I I I E A I I I II ,. In I I I I DI-nisv Uohlomixls I I iI I? I. I. I I 1 Connic Forbes I I I I I I Lianrl Ford I I. I II 126 Susan Duda Rosemary Ferche Helen Fisch ie Kkizmg 2 f I. 995 Debgrah Ginsberg Susan Gits Wendy Goodman Richard Goodstein Erica Gordon Fran Grafman Phyllis Grasker Karen Greenberg Linda GSChWir1d ADH Hargrave Shirley Hartman Lorraine Hawkins Ann Hemwall yr N 3 'a l S W N 9 5 5 V 9 V X i 1 1 1 l ? r ? N Y 4 l 1 r .qos- 4' QI! Ad' R41 Sandra Johnson WR:-if Paula Jenklns Jang Jgngb Owen Kelsall Vergia Jones Lauren Jordan J anet Kargol Bedjo Kaur "If you clon't like the food, partner, you have just ten minutes to get out of townf' Linda Kirsch l Michelle Klass 'Y' 3 gf 2 V' l E 129 rrnfxm 1rv1nrrrv:r,an-1u1n-.w-1-nvrruarefnurnw-muwn.-an :ws -.W J muvnwf-,fx Marianne Klunder Randee LaiVlell ' -, ww , M9995 r.f:4,aQw ,,- t i A3,,',,fvg QUIK Patricia Laskiewiez Saralee Lessman Lynn Limperis Marsha Losch av 'ff' 'hm Alynne Lustig Ginger McArthur Janet McKinley G"""9"2ik"' ff dim L fl-. if W 'UQ 'W' "'?"'v Wind' .JP Wh Carol Mattson Peggy Molloy Nancy Morf Donna MacLennen Celeste Maggio l a ,L , 7537 fx 7-1--....-.w.......-n..::...-nv.-..f..1mluu...-. .,.. ....-I .. ......if.u1-nm.-nminu miminmmw-wrnmw.x -m-,mm 1 if n f Mi 1111 ie lllloiloii Lillian Nealy Niki Novak Julie Nygiiiii-il March graduates line up for the Processional. NBR Nez Justine Oltmann Nancy Owens Linda Pecenka . X Y ' x Q x '. N , d 'nr' if 5 'a Rhonda Rabin Suzanne Rader joel Regulus Linda Henk Angela Piragine Wendy Pollak Judy Port I Ella Richmond Caroly r111 Richter Ramba-Jean Riedel Gail Roberts Michelle Roberts Pam Roberts i X R l I f ' ' ll i , -r lVlr. Glenn Heck gives the Commencement address at the Wlareli graduation ceremonies. Helen Rose Randi Rubenstein Vicki Ruland jane Sacks 133 R "ff,-E 'f' . Carol Schneider Sue Schneider Andrea Senser 1" '95 George Steffen Patricia Stengel Wyndie Stephens Nancy Sturm Carol Sherman Mary Sllydfil' Janet Staley 'nm :Xe X29 - T' fr H f " :iff You-:rd P3 ,-... 'X-I-...-. .- . V4 .U Z4-' V I v .. ...qi--.qxg-.A-rms-sf.gg,.,,.....,..a 1...-..w,..n-....4,l.1.-Q,,s,s.g.,v,,g,,y-.Wu,. N. M Joan Sustik Rosa Thigpen Marla Taradash D316 Wallace Beverly Vignola 'F""'vu Who said full-day student teaching wasn't exhausting? Susan Weingarten Merle Weiss Michael Wexler Marcia Yospin Mary Young ai- V 65. X if-' 'H' r Q if it i W 1 M 135 'r ll l Q A C l Cll.-XRLENE ACKERMAN - Co-chairman, Comeback Club. LINDA CAMPBELL - Editor, CHAFFg President, Dance Group. . VALERIA ADAMS - Comeback Club. KATHERINE CAMPBELL - General Assembly, Officer, Baker Dorm, Key Board, A.C.E.g N.S.E.A.g Student Director, '6Once CAROL ANDER - Town Association. Upon a Mattressf, PEGGY AUSTIN - Senior Representative, Student Senate, JANET CARFELDT - Kappa Delta Pi, S.N.E.A.: A.C.E. B ,IACQUELINE CARR - Campus Relations Co-ordinator, Student Senate, U.B.S.A.N.C.E. ,IOANN BARLAS - Concert Choir. , KATHY .CEDOZ - Secretary, Kappa Delta Pig Treasurer, PAMELA BEAN - Dance Group, Town Association. VlCC'PI'CS1deUt1 A-C-Eh li . U i JOHN COLGREN - President, Treasurer, Student Senate, Ni - Concert ChOlr, Chorolettes, U.B.S.A.N.C.E. Ambassadors? A.W.R.S.3 Basketball Teams lg JAKILYNN BROOKS - secretary, student senate, A.W.R.S.g AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES' I Kappa Delta Pi: WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND V' ' UNIVERSITIES. MICHELLE COLTMAN - Comeback Club. ll C ll l l WDW l i l l fl- E 2 I ii K. .1 I I Y It UW!! ! l ,L ...Ai Q 1 17 . I 4 A . in - ..w1' - ' f-- .-rfv,-.ff --if ' - ,y ,.,, ' ,f , .. . .. E Two sights well-known to seniors: Placement Office job board, and Mrs. Armstrong, Plaeementbs secretary. 5 136 5 D DENISE DOBBINS - Vice-President, Marienthal Dorm, Cheerleader, Ambassadors, Dance Group, A.W.R.S., U.B.S.A.N.C.E., Key Board. SUSAN DUDA - Town Association. F IROSEMARY FERCHE - President, Concert Choir, Kappa Delta 1 HELEN FISCH - CHAFF. CONNIE FORBES - Vice-President, Student Senate, General Assembly, Ambassadors, A.C.E., S.N.E.A., Officer, Baker Dorm, Officer, A.W.R.S., Spring Weekend Queen, 1970, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. LIANE FORD - Concert Choir. G DEBORAH GINSBERG - Officer, Baker Dorm, Co-chairman Peace Committee. 7 WENDY GOODMAN - Board of Standards, F UTURA. RICHARD GOODSTEIN - President, Alpha Psi Omega, President, Men's Dorm, President, Psychology Club. ERICA GORDON - CHAFF, FUTURA, Peace Committee. FRAN GRAFMAN - Vice-President, Kappa Delta Pi, Ambassadors, Choralettes, Student Senate, CHAFF. PHYLLIS GRASKER - Concert Choir, Choralettes, U.B.S.A.N.C.E. KAREN GREENBERG - President, Vice-President, A.C.E., S.N.E.A., Psychology Club, Dance Group. H ANN HARGRAVE - President, Secretary, A.W.R.S., Secretary, N.S.E.A., A.C.E., Ambassadors, Student Senate, Kappa Delta Pi, Key Board, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, May Queen. LORRAINE HAWKINS - Vice-President, Publicity Chairman, Baker Dorm, A.W.R.S. Board of Standards, Key Board. ANN HEMWALL - Comeback Club. - V .,,,.,y,r,.t ,mmulfiqqwzv-!tnMQvIl9!fl1'!"1' 44lf'tC'!' Ann Hargrave models her Hprofessional dressi, for student teaching. 'r 3 fu, 3 I I L' A'- r ,lf ,. . 16' 5-3 bf: .xg -if 'X lg all 5 . .. I i.-, -f 4 rf- If, . I iff-5 M. ff? 4' -i 1 r .1 v .i A. 1 r it 5 . 1 W 137 ' Ay' .gs ri I , Q BEVERLY HENRY - U.B.S.A.N.C.E. GAIL HOFFMAN - Treasurer, Student Senate, Choralettes, Ambassadors. EDWARD HORNER - Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, President, Freshman and Sophomore Classes, Basketball Team, Ambassadors, WHO,S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. BEVERLY HUDSON - Kappa Delta Pig Dance Group. I MERRILEE IGLIORI - Secretary, A.C.E., Town Association. TOBY ISANUK - General Assembly, FUTURA, Key Board. I JUDY JAMESON - Kappa Delta Pi. PAULA JENKINS - President, Kappa Delta Pi, Editor, FUTURA, 1971. SANDRA MAE JOHNSON - CHAFF, Kappa Delta Pi. JANE JONES A Concert Choir, Kappa Delta Pi. VERGIE JONES - Town Association, U.B.S.A.N.C.E. , 138 K JANET KARGOL - S.N.E.A. OWEN KELSALL - Basketball Team, Dorm Board, Marienthal. LINDA KIRSCH - Kappa Delta Pi, Concert Choir. L RANDEE LAMELL - Kappa Delta Pi. PATRICIA LASKIEWICZ - Ambassadors, Peace Committee S.N.E.A. SARALEE LESSMAN - Kappa Delta Pi. LYNN LIMPERIS - FUTURA. MARSHA LOSCH - S.N.E.A., Board of Standards. M JAN MCKINLEY - Kappa Dona Pig Psychology Club. DONNA MACLENNAN - Concert Choir, Kappa Delta Pi. CELESTE MAGGIO - s.N.E.A. MINNIE MORTON - Comeback Club. N LILLIAN NEALY - Comeback Club. Nuo NOVAK - Concert choir. JULIE NYGAARD - Concert Choir. O JUSTINE OLTMANN - General Assembly, Social-Publicity Chairman, Junior Class. NANCY OWENS - President, Baker Dorm, Officer, Marienthal Dorm, A.W.R.S., Student Senate, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, May Queen. P ANGELA PIRAGINE - Publicity Chairman, A.C.E. WENDY POLLAK - Treasurer, A.C.E., CHAFF. JUDY PORT - S.N.E.A., Concert Choir. R RHONDA RABIN - Kappa Delta Pi, Concert Choir, CHAFF. JOEL REGULUS - President, U.B.S.A.N.C.E., Publicity Chairman, Student Senate, Basketball Team, Kappa Delta Pi. ELLA RICHMOND - Comeback Club. BAMBAH-J EAN RIEDEL - Kappa Delta Pi, Comeback Club. GAIL ROBERTS - President, Ambassadors, President, Concert Choir, Treasurer, U.B.S.A.N.C.E., Social Chairman, President, Marienthal Dorm, A.W.R.S., Choralettes, Dance Group, Psychology Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Winter Weekend Queen, 1971, A vr'f--'f'ff-W-Q-wnfwv-Hoe--efee'rl'whef--if WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. MICHELLE ROBERTS - Publicity, General Assembly, Publicity Chairman, Sophomore Class, Kappa Delta Pi, U.B.S.A.N.C.E. PAM ROBERTS - Kappa Delta Pi, Concert Choir, Dance Group. HELEN ROSE - Comeback Club, Town Association. VICKI RULAND - Kappa Delta Pi. S JANE SACKS - FUTURA. CAROL SHERMAN - CHAFF, Dance Group. MARY SNYDER H S.N.E.A. JAN STALEY - Secretary, A.C.E., S.N.E.A., Kappa Delta Pi, Concert Choir. GEORGE STEFFEN A CHAFF, President, Junior Class, Basketball Team. PATRICIA STENGEL - Treasurer, Student Senate, Treasurer, Baker Dorm, Ambassadors, Choralettes, General Assembly, A.W.R.S., WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. WYNDIE STEPHENS - U.B.S.A.N.C.E., Spring Weekend Candidate, 1968. JOAN SUSTIK - Kappa Delta Pi, FUTURA, CHAFF. Two seniors get their pictures taken. 139 ' Wg!!! V BEVERLY VIGNOLA - Comeback Club. W DALE WALLACE - Secretary, U.B.S.A.N.C.E.g Ambassadorsg Dance Group: Dorm Officer. SUSAN WEINGARTEN - CHAFF. MERLE WEISS - Social chairman, Student Senateg General Assemblvg A.W.R.S.g Ambassadorsg S.N.E.A.g WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. MICHAEL WEXLER - Children's Theatre. MARCIA YOSPIN Officer Baker Dorm Peace Committee FU'I URA MARY YOUNG Vice President A W R S Cheerleader Social Chairman Student Senate Ambassadors Social Chairman Sophomore Class Dance Group U B S A N C E SENIORS NOT PICTURED TARA CAMERON KAREN CHESTNUT LINDA CLIKEIVIAN NANCY CONSIDINE SUSAN DIENHART MURIEL HYMEN GLORIA LOBRAICO FRANK LOCOCO LISABETH NATHAN J AN PURVIS JANICE SLOSSON DONNA STRAUSS ALETHA TOMLINSON STUART UHWAT Two favorite senior occupations: eating and drinking. 140 R f -AA AY- A.-Y--.--F--A-' ----- ' A----- ',' 'Wir' "W HH . . 4 when s P RM, . :P H -P , .1 ,,gg-i, My Seniors help each other adjust their caps as they wait to line up on the Music House lawn. GRADUATIG DAY JUNE I2, I97I J '--'nm'-l-,, gMn 1 'M' sa! .. . Members of National's faculty gather near the Music House before the Processional. Lined u , the seniors march down Sheridan Road toward Harrison Qlall. 141 Dr. Dorothy Duffee delivers the Commencement address. , ,,wf""' , 8 E I 2 k yoj EX:-1 v Q M if I is 1 'h The Sophomore Daisy Chain says good-bye to the seniors from the second floor balcony. Yf li 11' ag-X, '-za xv? x -, , lv: 'Wim ' 1 " 41" f 034 fm-use 1. 1 my-,x.f. 4- L4 5 asm - ' Q uv- -M-.-,mt-Ame' - ,a ,L A 5 I , p .k ga ga ,ygfyiw x' , , .., f ri' ,w " Ig:-avzaa-ill' f' K , ' . 'M " ,X 1 1 ' fff 1 , ,,, , r fy' ,,.4r.. 1 :WML m e ' ' 1 A tw! 7 X. , ,,., , M ,UEEL D ,, ff 1154! Wi 235 92 , 1 A ,l an 1 Qi 1?"7fi" v.c'w,U -Z, M M x.. .. .. ' ,., , ' W a ww- 7' - .fc ' V , ,iw f m" ' Some people have all the luck with graduation presents, Gail! 5 if , i A time to say goodbye. . . was N N V ,-,, JN!'5!'5'? 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