North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)

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'i"1Q'-94 Sf. I stand, waiting, looking ahead, unsure, unknowing-, anticipating a journey, a iourney of fixed events and varied effects PEGTRUM 1963 North Central College Napervnlle lllmols Nancy Neher Eclltor Elame Frey Publnsher Mrs Ella Dute Aclvlser . . . I I . . I . - I "-'-.' rf ff, 3 Y U ,Af . ., , , Q V 34 1? 1 un. 1 'MS' DEDICATION DR. REUBEN C. SCHELLHAQE Few on our campus are unable to recognize Dr. Schellhase during chapel faculty processions, but fewer still are those who know the subtle humor ancl sympathetic understanding which come from ex- tended contact with him. Since receiving his doctorate in the field of philoso- phy in 1952 from the University of Chicago, Profes- sor Schellhase has served in various ca-pacities both as educator and as minister preceding his acceptance of the presently held position as Professor of Philos- ophy at North Central College. Whether one only partially wades inlto the field of philosophy or plunges into a greater familiarity with the department, each cannot help but recognize and appreciate the ability and dedication of this Christian gentleman. We wish to have this annual serve as a lasting momento of our affection and of our recognition of his success in leaving with us all an indelible re- spect for scholarship. wavy, wx' '7f75f'5V4 .1 -1 .'. -.,, l ,Hy J 3 In ,H J Wx I I i, Q 4 I '!:3", u' 'H' fr ' 4 Tx ' gi. 4 1 r ,Q AB-I 41141,-2 5 I .I XXIAY , 1.5! ,u Q 'ji I 'Qa:'-I .- F. 'p- 7"""'1w"e'.8 A " l ?lb,'6'Y 'avr' 5 Tu!! X ' 4 'X its v ' auf ly ff' '44 'V X' I 1 'A QT ' q?ff w ' ' Mi- -0- 72 ff' 4 " 'w 'Y ' - H In '4' 4 G "- . Y -' f " ' 1 '4 ' ' "' 79 A'-s::aafrv'fv'.1 4,.7wnb. ,501 ,gcc 4' wb- 'A 'dirfuiig an Ll' U r 3' 3 5 ' ' Ja L ' N, J I, 'J' 5 I m X un ff B W4 +I 1 0 I 3 N A ' 'X A --1 ,-N 4 QM g 5' if, c 1' 1341 4 Q W ,T-1-,n'f'J 'J' V .Q J.. ' '19 ,lf sl cfr!,.,jf1'1,. 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From left to right are: attendant, Donna Emberson and her escort, Rich Sandellp Junior attendant, Gail Grotiahn and her escort, Tom Wil- liams, Queen Chris Jaeckel and her es- cort, Jim Drummond, Senior attendant, Sue Eller and her escort, Max Wingettp Freshman attendant, Jeanne Johnson and her escort, Dave Simmons. Hey, Max, wake up! Arson attracts everyone at NCC the night before the Homecoming game. With the aid of an anonymous arsonist, Queen Chris sets fire to the freshmen endeavor. Yes, these CAB weenie roasts sure are funl .J v- ,W -A hair , ' - ',.-Merc . 4 Ls. Y A .lfrl -.: '- I 'r Lx' C s.-,X .,,.. - t iw ' l ,. .444 v 1 A .A ". 'x .6 , 'Q ,...,, al'-. -' .J 0 Hr' HOMECOMING - OH with a bang and the traditional Homecoming Parade through The Sophomore Class float was one of the town. many that sparked the festivities. i 1 s . ' ' l WE PREPARED AND PARADED WHILE EAGERLY . . Seager Hall took first place among the highly competitive dorm displays. ,f, ago, sfsmmafwys 4 'NAS' 5 Y l '- ' c XV c Y f, X 4 'x A A ,X I flj ' E 7 Vps X':asffif , it-avi - -. gtggm 'fs-sishs iz, .,4"'. V , gxgf ' 'ali' QQ 'N t .1 ls f vw . - ,. 1 f. - if i . ,5..g, W y Vj,f V, V - V ,-. fffi " f , gf. 'PQ' 1,,, if 144 'v.':,-. 1 5 r. . , A' , L- '- , ,,, J! I - 1 " 7 '-3 I . . y G ., 1 li R I .- t. A ""-fa" lf ' : ' ' fejff y N y I 4 l Q- Q. I A 'x f 'fl',11 ls 1 3 sig, "' J ., ""f1' DHI: Cn 'll i : LQ. , ' " I K - . . eh V ' Q f l fan. ..- f- - A - 1' 1 :ffff-'4'.-P: ' f '. - lfyf .:" 1 .43-,'. if- 4- 1 9 f Y '-QL ,- . ' In ' v ' '.' ' 9' " ',i 'Y'."f:' ' ' "- I 1. 1, , ' Ia . -.-. A -.,j",, '74 f,',Q 3 SIA 7 'fl ' 'L .-. LH --rr" 2- , 2141.-4" . " .: 1, s,:g , -' '.1. f ,"-QI' ' ' , aff 1: I I' iv- - , ,: 3 C -,'..f' , ,. , 5 - ' Lu 1,Z"'.g1' , . '- J f. 4 - 5 .,'L..- A 'I - . 1+ "ag ' 'I il ' . V I . . V - - 1, ,.. w-f-. - Y--:fn 1-,-cams... W' fi? ej,,,,, 5 V " v-'W-'wnqr' T ,gigs Q w e x r f 4 W V amz. , X .7 if" wi md any .W f, 1 g A mm, wwf I M, Traditional hoop running officially announces The Card's readiness for battle. . . . HOPING FOR A WIN THAT NEVER CAME. A tough Homecoming game requires supreme effort, and not infrequently injury, as Bobby Williams knows. With the help of Bob Olson, Herm Cooper lets loose for yard gainage. M...-, can-uv ' iff' fi 21 L l Y l l l l l il li l 1 w l lf ,rf r l il ln ,. ,l ,li -A ll: Ll lil ,T 1, 1 255 Vaal rl i- Y'-""""1-n7rs' W AV - YA- J-H fgnn' ,, -1-------Y-- Y... ,, - .,. ,.,.., I 'A' 1 As Dr. Schilling announces the student body elected queen, her escort Jim Drummond, eagerly and proudly helps her to the stage HOIVIECOIVIING QUEEN cl-IRIQTIANE JAECKEL WE STUDY BEAUTY , f A queen in a kung- - sized coatl --hi At the bonfire ceremonies, Chris encouraged the team and pleased the crowd - as seen by the happy faces of cheerleaders Linda and Elise. ...INTHE MANY MODDS OF CHRIS Following the coronation Queen Chris and escort Jim walked the center aisle. An international beauty, Chris was born in China, raised in Japan, lived in Germany and France, and fortunately for NCC came to the US for her college A education. Chris is a French and elementary education maior who plans to teach in 7 the US and gain her Amer- ican citizenship. Eventually, she hopes to return to Ja- pan to teach. In 1962, the Modern Jazz Quartet appeared at NCC with a full program of their arrangements. Narrator for the '62 Christmas Concert was radio and TV celebrity Franklin Mac- Cormack. He is currently the host of the "All Night Showcase" in Chicago. For the NCC Concert, he narrated the "Song of Christmas." 24 SPECIAL CAMPUS EVENTS . . BRING VARIETY TO US Pfeiffer Hall at North Central College is the scene of a variety of special events - operas, iazz, dramas, and eminent speakers. During the 1962-63 college year, four outstanding programs were: The Purdue Glee Club, Josh White, Segovia CConcert Guitaristj, and Bennett Cerf. Following the events, special re- ceptions were held in the Student Union. There, stu- dent and performer could meet and converse. Other types of programs appear in Pfeiffer Hall dur- ing the college Chapel Hour. Such men as John Chiardi, Carter Davidson, and Len O'Connor graced the NCC stage. Students of NCC not only have Chicago at their fingertips, they, also, have enter- tainment brought to them. -if H""'f"H it ' ll SPRING INVADE9 THE CAMPUS . . . . AND QOMETIMEQ BLuRs ouR SENSE OF PuRPosE .--""' "Going up? -KV WW-ir V N, ,W ,W , , , ,, I THE CLIMAX OF SPRINGTIME ACTIVITIES AT NCC Following an ancient NCC tradi- tion, students chose King Rex Bob Goerne and Queen Joyce Hogan to reign over the 'I962 May Fete festivities. The choice was made from five women and tive men of the Junior Class. After the mysti- cal Maypole dance, last year's King Rex Dick Blick and Queen Shirley Youngberg crowned the T962 King and Queen. Then, as the new May Fete royalty took their thrones, the traditional pag- eantry began. 2 8 l i 1 l I i It l il li A l l i l i i i V l i r 1 l 1 1 i , I1 , Q I l 4 l l i Many .weeks of preparation and planning were undertaken by the 1962 May Fete Co- Chairmen Elaine Frey and Bruce Nitsche. Although it was planned to be held out-of- doors in front of Old Main, this year's May Fete was pushed inside the Merner Field House by traditional May showers. Following the Maypole dance Cpictured immediately belowl and the coronation of King Rex Bob Goerne and Queen Joyce Hogan, a mock Maypole dance was hilariously performed by members of the Sophomore Class Csee lower picturej. The Freshman Class presented a song skit which added to the "wild pageantry" Csee picture on page 281. Then, the royalty and court proceeded to the Student Union Centennial Hall where an all-school dance was held to complete the festivities. BACK ROW: Mavis Erdmann, Joyce Goerne, Rich Sandell, Myron Joan Goehring, Bob Nelson, Dave Schweitzer - Chairman Wentz, Roger Swanson, Paul Wolf, Nancy Heninger, and Jerry de St. Paer, Larry Michelson, Kay Zick, and Sandy Maurer Reverend St. Angelo. FRONT ROW: Carol Goff, Donna Emberson, CONTACT - sruosm coNFERENcE RETREAT THE PURPOSE OF THESE WEEKEND CONVERSA- TIONS IS TO DISCUSS THE BASIC VALUES AND ISSUES OF LIFE. IT IS HOPED THAT THROUGH A RELAXED ATMOSPHERE STUDENTS WILL TAKE TIME TO DISCOVER THEIR INDIVIDUAL MEANING AND Under direction of the Student Conference Central Committee Ipictured abovej, a series of weekend retreats was planned to which all students and faculty were invited. The retreats are held at a beautiful, rustic lodge in Palos Park, Illinois. Most of the retreats lasted two days - a good, enriched break from the routines of our College Iife. Contact Amplified lasted three days and was held at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. J fr Ny I I 'I Is. PURPOSE. THIS WEEKEND RETREAT IDEA IS DE- SIGNED FOR CONTACT THROUGH CONVERSA- TION, SELF-EVALUATION, INSPIRATION, RELAXA- TION AND RECREATION. I 1 I I E. ' I 5 , ' V' , " J It I I I 1 If - s , mr I I I fl L . ' I During the winter months, re- , I A - I' ., , N treaters were able to go ' A -I tobaggoning in the surround- I ff ing woods. X 'I I 4 1 " vu I I I , I ' . .J me f ' "sf ,I I 30 1 i 1 I 1 1 'i I 1 1 i i 1 i 5 i i P i 1 I 4 i 1 r 1 I i uf 1 5 I It i i maize 7, , E. J, Conversation, self-evaluation, in- spiration, relaxation, and GOOD FOOD - HOME MADE FOOD!! Dave, Pris, and Bob dig in voraciously Now, Judy That's no face to make when you're having your picture taken! Relaxed in front of an open fire, students re- treaters share a game of "Racke" with Dr. Eastman. :SHWI Boih Profs and graduates-fo-be anxiously awaif the climax of four years of academic work. GRADUATION I 962 IXMNG... CHMNG... GONE. The Long Black Line of our academic guiders inaugurafes the sfarf of the graduafion ceremonies. - -Laxman- fzafjg' ff " 'H jx- "" '. ' v 'G .gxgff-' , f .' A 'l fu ' wig . 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U. ,gk Kin-It gg --wx ,, .XM ' v s , , - if 1 X 6 infix 3 lx! 513 A ,Q f .Q .max xsazixig. X i ex ' . of 5 Q' -4. - ' , exe? Q , I Av an f 5 3 an 1 'T' 'lx 'g f 1 2 , E I ' -N ' -. . .. - 'N x 1 eq 4 I u V3 f 4 . r I , . H , xx y X XXV i The final moment of attainment arrives, and all wonder how 'fx H ' 1, .va -' fa ,V 5 in E . W ' -I . T f v 3 1 fl i four years have gone so rapidly. ' ,, A L, . Q-+1 A -5, A g x , 1,-Q f i r l l 33 sri.. - - as e All i I i 7 -- , -- 9.-'W ,-,an -. 105.4 n ,goo f. I - 0' A- 'J I -41-' N M A Informal study sessions . . r. Y Friendly feuds in the dorm . . . "Darling . . ." "Hmmmmm?" "Do you know what?" "Hmmmmm?" 1 "You have cIandruff." I I x if . fr' 1 I i I I 1--. 4 WE WILL MISS . . . . A MYRIAD A THINGS Freshmen beenies . . . Boahng 2 I Af lake Geneva . . . ity A 3 'gf Yi' ,M-i 1 Slater picnics if 1 ggm o 1 J Painting the Psychology House . . ll Familiar profiles . . . Spontaneous limbo enfhusiasts 35 "r-vw I l yl lil ll Ll nal :U I ll ,N W 'l ll! N 4 l l lil lla ,z V, ,X l ll Those congratulatory kisses . . . 1 hm,.,,, I , 4 l l l l l 1 Vx' W w 1 N x I ? J I l X 1 I w I I. 9' l. 1. H I . I 5 r ,, 1 .1 . Q, 5 Q 1 I ...Y - X .a1"!'J".4 . LI ,V'W'fvi?:'L ..-.-. ,,..-silk? 4 3 'Q-1.4. 4 Q 'f Sedately seated in the Senior Circle are lfrom I. to r.J Nancy Neher, Treasurer, Eli Cohn, Vice President Jim Drummond, President, Sandy Maurer, Secretary, Harry Classen, Men's Representative, Brenda Hedberg Women's Representative. SENIOR CLASS I 963 We are a myriad of voices, if you listen carefully you can hear some which are clear, and some not so distinct. There are those who sound confident, many sound lost. Each is different and yet all are similar in that they express anticipation - a hopeful expecta- tion of something around the corner of time. The sentiments of some are sickeninly maudlin, like a hypochondriac with a cold. A few cry of valour as they brandish their sheepskin scimitars before a cowering Goliath of worldly experience. The babbling of a child, not unlike that of a fool, echoes shallow sophistication, while occasionally, very occasionally, if one is patient, the sonorous tones of a few mature voices can be heard offering ugly syllables of stability. To our mentors our voices whisper gratitude, warmth and immature sentiment are vocally offered our alma mater, to our colleagues we mimic the sage as we warn of the shortness of years. Up until now we have been soloists of varying degrees of quality. Presently the distinctness of our individual voices will fade and be lost to you as we volunteer them to a much larger chorus in the belief that our contribution will strengthen the overture of meaning. 38 DUANE GENE ACKMANN Business Adminisfrafion B.S. Elgin Illinois JAMES BAMBULE Business Administration B.S. Berwyn Illinois LARRY BANKER Business Administration, B.S. Aurora, Illinois TED BARGMANN Chemisiry, B.A. Wood Dale, Illinois I ' m...,,,x4,4,.,a,.a,, , 1 1 I I I wifi., EMILY BELDING Political Science and Humanities, B.A. Naperville, Illinois REVA KAY BIESTERFELD Religion, B.A. Barrington, Illinois ERIKA C. BOEHM English and French, B.A. Naperville, Illinois PATRICIA LUKACS BOON Psychology, B.A. Villa Park, Illinois -Y ,, . . ..'., , JANET C. BARTLETT Physical Education, B.S Lombard, Illinois ALSu4QJ.hL2::ZZ1'f.'.j.l.45'llQLi' ROGER BRANZ Business Administration, B.S. Dwight, Illinois JANICE BRIEN Elementary Education, B.A. Mount Pleasant, Michigan LARRY BRUMFIELD Humanities, B.A. Harvard, Illinois STEPHEN BUEHLER Chemistry, B.A. Orangeville, Illinois CARL A. BOYKE Mathematics, B.A. Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin PATRICIA BRADY Elementary Education, B.A. Euclid, Ohio BARBARA BRILEY Sociology, B.A. Norfolk, Virginia 5- DONALD R. CHILDS Psychology, B.A. Berwyn, Illinois CHARLES CARLOCK CLASSEN Engineering Science, B.S. Danforth, Illinois 40 "" W ... ' V A 1 - '-.-.a1- -lun. . .fi f..vTlv3J.zT1FXiirvVf'f74-TV A ' ' ff'-H" " 'Y' Y 2 I .l' ..-xwgbgllwz:-viI4'tf1'4.4TGI'I""xlW'llU1MNN. , ' EDM!!-"I HARRY CLASSEN Engineering Science, B.S. Danforth, Illinois CAROL ANN COBB English, B.A. Lambertville, Michigan FAWN DABROWSKI Psychology and Classics B.A. Oak Park, Illinois DIANA DITTMANN Psychology, B.A. Aurora, Illinois JAMES DRUMMOND Political Science, B.A. Jersey City, New Jersey ELI COHN History, B.A. Chicago, Illinois THOMAS COLLEY Eclucation, B.A. Glen Ellyn, Illinois LARRY W. DAVIS Mathematics and Psychology B.A. West Brooklyn, Illinois JOHN T. DEVINE Psychology, B.A. Elgin, Illinois 2 f www f rw iffwffef-QwiizzziiTfiiililrggitvega-'si21iQ" ' 'Lf 4 X 5 .J Q , 'ygq If I f m 'WT 1 I-fu: 169' A'-1 f' 1KvMm.' ' 1 1 EDWARD ENGEL Sociology, B.A. Seymour, Wisconsin GROVER C. ERICSON Chemistry and Biology B.A. Naperville, Illinois we ' '-i DONALD FREY Chemistry, B.A. Naperville, Illinois FULKERSON EDNA Psychology, B.A. Bensenville, Illinois H. 'Ta- GARY DUSEK Philosophy, B.A. West Chicago, Illinois SUZANNE ELLER Polifical Science, B.A. Naperville, Illinois ARLIE FAULHABER Biology, B.A. Naperville, Illinois JAMES HAROLD FRENCK Political Science, B.A. Elgin, Illinois THOMAS ORIN GARNHART Religion, B.A. Forresfon, Illinois GERHARD GEHRKE Chicago, Illinois i ' '4 --fr" 'it'-df'-IIN.. V 3-+-way ROSEMARY ANN GIESE Elementary Education B.A. Prairie du Sac Wisconsin JOYCE HOGAN GOERNE History B.A. Streator Illinois ROBERT D. GOERNE Mathematics B.A. Streator Illinois ROBERT LEE GOSSETT Religion and Sociology B.A. Gibson City, Illinois HARRY ROBERT GUTKNECHT JR. Music, B.M.E. Milwaukee, Wisconsin PATRICIA ANN HAHN Sociology, B.A. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada BRUCE HEITKE Chemistry, B.A. Spring Valley, Minnesota JERILYN HEUP Education, B.A. Milwaukee, Wisconsin BRENDA HEDBERG English and Religion B.A. Stone Park, Illinois ROBERT HEINRICH Political Science, B.A. West Chicago, Illinois . ' " "f " ""'.f'f"':'f"fm'fT77T'f1rf1'tff"r1..sims.',f'z,::.1, .Mg , - . 51Z1'T" : "'1 "r,1"' "'fZ'i3"ifTi EWR-WEYRIA7 f s' ...:.1'-.4.l5T"' 'ts' RQ I s I DAVID RICHARD JOHNSON , Commerce BS DONALD WILLIAM HEYKOOP Social Science, B.A. Ezel, Kentucky JEROME HUBER Philosophy, B.A. Sheboygan, Wisconsin CHRISTIANE MARGARETE JAECKEL French and Elementary Education B.A. Kronberg, Taunus, Germany DONALD JIRAK Business Administration, B.S. Berwyn Illinois DAVID C JOHNSON Biology B A Dekalb Illmols LaGrange Illinois , ROBERT L JUCOVICS Biology BA Downers Grove Illinois 4 , RONDA MARIE KELLER Psychology and Music Fort Wayne Indiana RICHARD KNOESPEL Psychology and Education Po rt Washington Wisconsin sa, -m1...,z -. - . E e -s.-.fQ,.s..L.'s--ff-wtaasuyssfuaf- .ff-' rf' ' E 41 SUZANNE E. KOLLATH Music Education B.M.E. Black Creek Wisconsin RICHARD KRAMER Mathematics, B.A. Kokomo, Indiana ROY KUMNICK Business Administration, B.S Palatine, Illinois ""W'7W"5"i"f"'?!" 'l"7FI7WYff'ET'i'3'f'I'F?'?H?Tff5f1Azz, ' Q-,Mgt I I RICHARD LAMB Mathematics, B.A. Ramsey, New Jersey .z:...:,- ,.: . ss .Y .. 54 ,g'? 55 52 ..,. WESLEY ALAN LAMB Biology and Psychology , , 71. W B.S. Q36 5 j Hector, Minnesota yi' ' f , ,, ,-V f yn ,ff f , 1,1.,.1y, ,, , W, f gy fn: 'V ,Cf if ' wgiigfj "gg at ' 5 f.s' 1 I , , X M.: f W a f , fl Ziff if 'fi X MARY LEGAULT Elementary Education, B.A Englewood, Ohio JACQUELYN LEWIS English and Education B.A. Oak Park, Illinois RICHARD LIESEMER Mathematics, B.A. Detroit, Michigan NORMA LOHRMANN Psychology and Sociology B.A. LaGrange, Illinois L .rrrc 2 , E E L ,iiy E ag A 27 'A-w'3'C'?Y I l I g I I A 1 L N I KENNETH MALY Mathematics, B.A. Joliet Illinois 1 MABEL RUTH MARKS I Sociology, B.A. I North Redwood, Minnesota I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I 'iniusssae-+2-siaesnfsf.s.sfe'-sa--. We .."ufs.--L.-isa ' 1 ' J. LOWELL LONG Engineering, B.S. Monmouth, Illinois JACKIE LOUY English, B.A. Toledo, Ohio DONALD J. LOVSE Chemistry, B.A. Pontiac, Michigan BARBARA LUGEANBEAL Mathematics, B.A. Oswego, Illinois DOUGLAS R. MARTIN Chemistry, B.A. Joliet, Illinois GARY MATTIN Music Education, B.M.E. Blue Earth, Minnesota SANDRA MAURER English and Political Science B.A. Elkhart, Indiana STEVEN KENT McNICOL Music, B.M.E. Wheaton, Illinois PAUL J. MIEDONA Commerce, B.S. Villa Park, Illinois CLIFFORD R. MILLER II Business Administration, B.S. Jackson, Michigan THOMAS MILLER Biology and Mathematics B.A. Monmouth, Illinois ZETA MILLER Religion, B.A. Frieclens, Pennsylvania GAIL GEORGENE NEUMANN English B.A. Glen Ellyn Illinois JOHN NOVAK Business Administration B.S. Glen Ellyn Illinois ROBERT DOUGLAS NUCKOLS Engineering Science and Economics Naperville Illinois MARY RUTH ORAN English B.A. Naperville Illinois .Mew-www-fnywanmamvsfrwimsw, ROBERTA MYERS French, Psychology, and English B.A. Naperville Illinois NANCY LOU NEHER English B.A Downers Grove Illinois rev- I , . . I . I I . I I . I I . . I ' ' "' ' "' Z."'f7 Hi'-'-Tr? ZT'TZ'TiT3iP'2tr1':3':'2'1T45:,zi.51PPSm1ms-v.m5.5n'3l4' ' -rm' -'rf """v'.f- 10" , I e "Tr LAUREL ISUEI PIERSON Psychology and Sociology B.A. Batavia, Illinois LAWRENCE POLTROCK Political Science, B.A. Brookfield, Illinois DICK PACHTER Psychology, B.A. Chicago, Illinois WILLIAM PERRY Business Administration, B.S Geneva, Illinois DAVID G. RABUCK Chemistry, B.A. Skokie, Illinois MELVA REAM Elementary Education, B.A. West Chicago, Illinois RODOLFO ROCA Economics, B.A. Barrington, Illinois FRANCIS A SANDERS Physical Education BS Batavia llllnols HARRY SAXTON Business and Psychology Sheboygan Wisconsin W Y ' - . L'-ill "" F111 S Isla. iw-All B.A. I I 48 K 1 5 v I 1'AtfS"'fI'Wl!YJ!fC'fL3fFf"i'f' WW 'WNW- JOHN SCHAIDLER Engineering Science and Chemistry B.S. Glen Ellyn, Illinois DAVE SCHWEITZER Sociology, B.A. Waterloo, Ontario, Canada GERALD DOUGLAS STORMER Mathematics and Philosophy Riverside, Illinois NANCY ELLEN THOMAS Elementary Education, B.A. Hinsdale, Illinois KENNETH THOMPSON Mathematics and Physics Naperville, Illinois 49 MARY SHIRER Spanish and Political Science B.A. Batavia, Illinois JOHN STOFFEL Music Education, B.M.E. Aurora, Illinois JO ANN SWANK English, B.A. Ann Arbor, Michigan ROGER M. SWANSON English, B.A. Winfield, Illinois N , --141296 . I , MARTHA ANN ULRICH Elementary Education, B.A. gr Naperville, Illinois ' JANICE UNKE Music, B.M.E. Lodi, Wisconsin JOHN VAN KANNEL Psychology, B.A. River Forest, Illinois GEORGE WAGNER Biology, B.A. Chicago, Illinois ANN MARIE WALZ 1 Sociology, B.A. Madison, Wisconsin H 1 l l 'E I BYRON S. WARE : Physical Education, B.S. Rockford, Illinois 2 ELAINE K. WARREN l Sociology, B.A. ' Cleveland, Ohio l l I SHARON WEISSING l History and Elementary Education l I West Chicago, Illinois MYRON WENTZ I- Biology, B.A. Napoleon, North Dakota Pl 50 l Q,-, ,.i9.,gq' -A 3 s', :g"-5 .,, ,.A. ,t gi ,P ,-Q 1 . " 4' ' ' " W U ' 'ii ' ' HEY' b' l ll -' ' ,gnvu1i1v' - .! 'u ,wwe-rg., rmummvs' Chemistry B.A. Naperville Illinois MAX F. WINGETT Physical Education and Biology LaPay Indiana BRUCE A. WINTER Eclucation B.A. Des Plaines Illinois RUSSELL KEITH WILSON B S MILDRED WISE Hinsdale, Illinois BETH EILEEN ZABILKA English and History Glen Ellyn, Illinois KAY ZICK Elementary Education BA Prairie du Sac Wisconsin TERRY D ZMRHAL Mathematics BA Berwyn Illinois RICHARD WYLLIE Mathematics, B.A. Naperville, Illinois I I 'I .,w ' why' . s b 'R 5 h I ,, ,,.,,... ..,,..! - .v 1. , 'K' fl... aww! mf Y . I 1- .,.,. .......,,.4-vlio-Q ,- vw 'l MCi47'i:,,,-gf u 1' 4- .....-.- VY A: ,i ,iiiiiii W ,E 7,.,"flLl a'.:1f?...1.,:4 ' . .:ui4,L " , '..:.-L-ffi1gQB,Cusbwgwein2uaWQ,Qnn4f,.LvQ44gga-.a-a4:Q,wf :.- 1- " :-,.f .Lvbupgsghg..-1',Qv,'5n.1143-q:Q,Q:'-124.'Q3gWfmehYQV' 'MM ,wr . -1'-rrav,m-,wqmqm-an-H'--' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I A W i 'Y W N wi w H il, Tx U .N xx W Ii! ii , A :45 xl N i w W HI W M iw H J VI, . - ,, I , , 5. , EE A Y 5 Q- z C z . 55 C N I w , rl I .i if YI A? 1 f ,I E ll . w, f J R W I 1 i 1 N W I . 'I I 777 ' 5, 4 1 If , :14: Sgr-1, 'g1e-ii.,in--1 , . -. ,A L The President enioys cn rare moment of relaxation. In his role as father, Dr, Schilling reads to Mrs. Schilling and his daugh- ters, Nancy, Jcney, and Emily. "Aw, please! Just one little taste!" ' f A 1 L' ' .urn .. ,. President Schilling's dedication to education and to their part it will play in the future is evidenced in his threei, years at North Central. His youthfulness and new ideas .. have added much to the program of the college. His attifi tude is exemplified in his statement, "The character of future will be determined by the quality of what men today." l I ' ' " " 'f"'Q V " . -QM... .5-F 1 ll ,r . JV F if f h 1 5 ff" ' DR. C. E. ERFFMEYER - ACADEMIC DEAN DEAN OF STUDENTS DEAN OF WOMEN DR. EGGERT GIERE MRS. MILDRED EIGENBRODT - I i 3 ' . if-W Q... , N rg an 'WYTYYK-Es, 3 - qfiu f I W 5 l I 1 I : I I L I I I I I ADMINISTRATION THE HEART OF NORTH CENTRAL . I DR. CHARLES HOWER - REGISTRAR I REV. GEORGE GT. ANGELO - GHAPLAIN I I 'I I 'I I I I I I Q E E A wiv unnr nny GEORGE YENERICH. DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT HARVEY SIEMSON I 4 I I VICE PREQIDE NT JOHN BOBBITT DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AFFAIRS FACULTY Huwuwmss cmsslcs RICHARD M EASTMAN CHARLES C HOWER Division Chairman B-A., M-A-, Ph-Il B A M A Ph D Professor of classics Professor of English 1936 1946 -' -:fifmvf-Isvwimwmmmmwc--was ENGLISH CAROLINE E. BERRY B.A., M.A. Assisfani Professor 1936 ELLA S. DUTE B.A., M.A. Associafe Professor 1942 LESLIE RUSSELL B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor 1960 f OLGA M. GRUSH ERLING PETERSON B.A. B.A., B.D., M.A. Insirucior Insfrucfor 1958 1960 JOHN CEROVSKI B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assisfant Professor 1961 MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES , .. ., ., :xii xg Q W N I fi- W' 15 I 44 .4 5 K 4? V ff Y ,,-Es, W 4 'M 4 'GSEQQEX A 5, M is I vs Q f Q92 s Q95 . 2, fs ' . ,ii 'N HANNAH NYHOLM B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Romance Languages Professor 1955 JANE ELSON HAZEL FORESTIER WILLIAM IVIE B.A., M.A. B.A. B.A., M.A. Spanish Spanish French lnstrucfor Part-time Assistant Assisfanf Professor 1956 59 1961 1961 . ' " V ' "' " """"' . ''rf7f'f:'ffi"T'2i:i1':'r:1.,.-af. ,. 1 MN , . . - ' 'P"13f "f'F"".'fT'i 1?Tf'T1'T'7' YV 1 . " ,. 1- - - so-y-pm.--H ,ish II ,I EDITH IVIE B.A., M.A. Spanish Port-iime Assisionf 1962 I PHILOSOPHY RELIGION I n I E I REU BEN C. SCHELLHASE A.B., A.M., B.D., Ph.D. I Professo r 'I 957 I I GUS A. CONSTANTINE B A M A d D Professor of Educahon 1960 A R SHOEMAKER BA MA Professo r I 952 DONALD G ADAIR B Ed M Ed Insfrucfor 1961 EDUCATION MARTIN ZWART Ph.D. German Professor 1962 11- JACOB SACKMANN WILLIAM H. NAUMANN B.A., B.D., Ph.D. B-A-, M-A-1 D Prgfegggr Il1SfI'UCfOI' 1958 1960 ' SCIENCES BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION in HARRY W HECKMAN B A M S h D Professor WILLIAM HILL P B S Instructor 1962 1 958 II . ., . ., E . . I I , . ., . . I I Il ,Q . If . 4 , X M 'I - - 7 I x E i . 1 A, J :V X , ,, , , f I h.B., . . A I I I . .5 H- . , I. i s - w.,.,p:, - . " - ' T" ,.Q.If. . 'Qff,,,IQ,QQ,,l,,,.,Q,,Q,1,,Q,,, ,. 5? xw 4-Ab9a..f alibr- HISTORY CLARENCE N. ROBERTS ROBERT W. SHOEMAKER B.A. M.A. Ph D. B.A. M.A. h.D. Professor Associate Professor 1 950 1 960 PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLEO TANNER B.S. M.A. LESTER c. BELDING Assistant Professor B'S' M'A' 1928 Professor 1945 1- ' 3:1 tw' ROBERT DEXHEIMER Coach 1951 JOE MAZE dhwfw B.S M.S. Part-hme Instructor Q?" .A 1956 WILBERT BURGER JESSE VAIL JOHN MOLITOR B.S., M.S. B.A., M.S. B.S. ASSOCIUIE Professor Associate Professor Instructor 1956 1956 1961 DALE SHYMKEWICH B.S. Instructor 1961 JACK NOTHACKER B.S. Part-time Instructor 1961 61 BARBARA ROBY B.S. Instructor 1962 T1"""!' 1-1'-.v Mv- POLITICAL SCIENCE N. W. MCGEE EGGERT W. GIERE B A M A Ph D B A M A h D Professor Associate Professor 1946 1954 PSYCHOLOGY ww. , ,H . Rt BRABARA DOTY 3 D" ' B-A-, M.A., ' I MARY PIECH Ph-D- A B.A., M.A. IUSIVUCIOI' ' X If , A Instructor 1961 f+Ts5i,gf 1961 gg ELMER suNnsY SOCIOLOGY B.A., M.A., Ph.D. A uiffkf. Assistant Professor 1956 ESTHER CETERSKI B.S., M.A. Instructor 1962 ALLEN C. BUCK B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry 1960 ,ln RICHARD G. THURSTON B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor Y 1955 ,. jf J! Ar ' WARREN N. KECK RUSSELL O. HANSON CHARLES T. SEHE WESLEY STIEG B.A., M.5., Ph.D. B.S., Ph.D. B.A., M.S., Ph.D. B.S., M.A. Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Instructor 1947 1959 1960 1960 62 ' 1 "'fi'f"f-iff-'-l'f'iii-lf we---5. Y . - .. '. 5 1 -' .- iff? ' C C .Mu-Q!.w-.:-. - - . 4. ,-,-- ..,.4,,..,,,,.,. ,. .. ., ,,, ,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 5,.,,,., , 4, I -, wr .,,.,,.-.,, MATHEMATICS CHEMISTRY RUSSELL J. POEL PAUL W. SUTTON B.A. B.A., Ph.D. Instructor Assistant Professor T962 T962 ANICE SEYBOLD A.B., M.A. Ph.D. Professor 1946 CATHERIN E KAY B.A. M.A. Assistant Professo r 'I 952 DONALD JOHNSON B.A. M.A. Instructor 96 ENGINEERING SCIENCE 55 y-err V I fi' fi' fim' I WZ I ' if 3744: I W f-' . 2 SIS r I - 'st- M' M 1 W 1 1 f 2 ff' aww ' it H it , Q 'Wg f 1? gfvifw 4 W W 1 11 tw!'w37" , 565,99 P ' K2 I -ml ,Zi 7 1' ' WZ J 1 -1 1 f 1 , WW' , fr 1 , X I 12 in if? A f , I My ' 1 ' I f fy Ng 0 W ' ZH 1 ff I fm I rg' ' .W yggglw pf 1:3 S 1 -' Www g , A ,A J' . ,N I ' - .- ,!'f"f"':f if f ain X' , ' . ' ' if . KJ, - , '- I F .V '-M 41.1 wg - -I ' -- '-if Ja" f V ,ff , W . Wo- -4,11 KW " 1 'f MHZ : f fail? ' ' ,, ' ww - 5 iglfw ' Mx " if f 17 C, , ' 1 I' , ff: uv , , 1 ,au ft f M I , ' 7 A574 . ,ian 'ffyfwf fi? .47 ,, .V J Qu, 'N if fif 4 LMZQ U, M ,f P W I fl? 2 sr s ,,,, E 1 1' " f' .. -, is-7 -xo ., ,, rw, fs-Mp V - CREAT'VE ARTS +4 , 5 f 'Q f fx Q4 'Cf 5 2 I I , -. f 4 . X, , - - . ': Pi 1 - -Q AA CARL J. CARDIN M.E., M.S. Professor 1933 PHYSICS VERNE E. DIETRICH B. . M.S. .D. Professor 1952 KENNETH KRIPPNER B.A M.A. Instructor 1962 GLENN REDDICK B.A. M.A. h.D. Professor of Speech 1952 AR DIANE DUVIGNEAUD B.S. M.F.A. Associate Professor I 945 I , ,P S, ,Ph 11 63 IWUSKZ ', LIJ' 61-4' HELEN WATSON GORDON FARNDELL MARIAN SCAHP B.A., Mus.B., Mus. M. Mus.B., Mus.M. B.A., M.A., Professor Professor Assistant Professor 1929 1952 1952 MAY BARRON Instructor 1953 , it wv-...Ns PAUL WARREN ALLEN KLAAS KUIPER BERNARD IZZO B.M., M.M. B.M., B.A., M.M. B.M., M.M. Professor Associate Professor Instructor 1957 1957 1961 SPEECH RICHARD OBERMEYER B.S., M.A. Instructor 1962 DONALD SHANOWER B.A., MA.A. Ph.D. Associate Professor 1955 Come now, Dr. Shanower, it wasn't THAT badl MARJORIE IVERSON B.A., M.M.ed. Instructor 1962 DANIEL O'NEILL B.A., M.A. Instructor 1962 mg-qw-4. , rugs. . Don't stop hump growmg boys need mllkl "Honest, St. Angelo was THIS wide!" ANITA BALES 4 I , f Student Union Director 1-1 '1"' 1 X ,. gawk -.! IIIFVVI if-4 "Okay, I con take cz ioke, but who put the glue in the underarm deodor- ant?I?" , f f X 2 fff f , A A Z4 H X 7 f 'K f if as ky! f 1 if 1 sf J. , f ' f A ,fx W W sf Q.: ' f FLORENCE KOEDER DAVID FORD Publicity Director PeI'SOI1I1Bl JOAN HOFFMAN DOROTHY MAY Personnel College Nurse Assistant Nurse DARRELL LATHAM DAVID STUART LAWRENCE M. BOULDIN Director of Alumni Relations FI-CYD THOMPSON Admissions Cgunselor Admissions Director 65 - Y- . .- ,---w-..-.....-,..-1.,1.,....f..v.-..Y,...-.-f-v,-w-.-- ,. ... -W F , .- ... Y, ,. ,, ,ici TV-, -,Hx ,.,' Fi- ev-1f,1i7v - - . , - ,V ... -. 1- ,-..-. ,-.--... ., ....QA-,:1.,..,, ,,.y .,..,,e , , -nh., 1. 3'g .f'v-:i1- e- l- - r'f",' Q .- I I A I ! i b :jr ' 11114-vliiufinlifiza, W L L. I I l I 3 I Q I I ,. J 25,45 f -.,'- - 'Ii ' ! 1 1 1 4' d A. 0 W -waz, 144 ww, . ,Lf MZ V Wy M41 W ,Mmm ,M W.-, , 554, 'Q ' .,w.Z1 7, 132115, lm, 7 f .W M ,M ww fl 5, 'x N Ai H 55 Hg V I J I u V MQW f X W , y wx no ,K i i l l l i l s l l l 3' j. l 4 l J .'.1"""f j-,. .'. F. ' ' ' '-F - rf- .'!::', ' .. ' - -it-- 44. DLITQTANDING SENIORS GAIN SEATED, left to right, are: Dick Knoespel, Rhonda Keller, Gary Lamb. STANDING: Mary Shirer, Bob Goerne, Sue Eller, Tom Mattin, Fawn Dabrowski, Dave Schweitzer, Jan Brien, Jim Frenclc, Garnhart, Dick Pachter, and Dean Eggert Giere. Mary Ruth Oran, Myron Wentz, Brenda Hedberg, and Wes Dick Knoespel . . . psych and education ma- . . . student body president . . . religious life jor . . . active in religious and political or- council . . . varsity club. Mary Ruth Oran . . . ganizations. Rhonda Keller psych and English major women's rep.-at-large music major honors program dorm CAB theatre guild. Myron Wentz counselor. Gary Mattin music ed. major biology major CCC SUB president concert choir and theatre guild. Fawn student conference. Brenda Hedberg Dabrovvski . . , psych and classics major . . . English and religion major . . . student coun- honors program . .. student council cil senior class women's rep chapel religious life council. Dave Schweitzer . . . committee. Wes Lamb . . . biology and psych sociology major international students major Beta Beta Beta president re- club . . . student conference . . . homecoming ligious lite council . . . junior class president. co-chairman. Jan Brien . . . elementary edu- Mary Shirer . . . Spanish and political science cation major . . . band . . . CCC . . . student major . . . honors society . . . Pi Gamma Mu council. .lim Frenck . . . political science major vice president . .. Phi Sigma Iota president l 68 : I .,.,...L..-.1....--T-M-. g....---....... ... gf Y RECOGNITION . . . cheerleader. Bob Goerne . , . math m major . . . student council . . . basketball . . . Il King Rex . .. varsity club. Sue Eller . . cheerleader . . . CAB . . . Pi Gamma Mu . . . spent semester at American U Junior Year Abroad. Tom Garnhart . . . religion major . . . band . . . student council . . . CCC . . . theatre guild. Dick Pachter . . . psy- chology major . . . photographer for CHRON- ICLE and SPECTRUM . . . student council . . . SUB. Ted Bargmann Knot picturedi . . . chem- istry major men's rep-at-large CAB J research lab Student Development. i r i Each year a group of seniors is chosen by the faculty to be represented in the annual publication of WHO'S WHO IN AMERlCA'S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. They are chosen on the basis of scholastic stand- ing, leadership and participation in school activities, and citizenship. Dean Gierre presented the group in chapel. The N.C.C. Honors Society, established in 1939, recognizes superior scholarship and character among students. Members are elected by faculty members from among juniors, seniors, and alumni. Juniors are eligible at the end of the first semester with a grade index of 2.65 or above, exclusive of the freshman year, first semester. Seniors and alumni are eligible with a grade index of 2.5, exclusive of the first semester of the freshman year. The award is also based on ideals of honor, integrity, and citizenship. Mary Shirer, who was elected to the society in her junior year, has been active as a cheerleader, in Pi Gamma Mu, and as president of Phi Sigma Iota. 69 VARSITY CLUB Varsity Club is composed of fellows who have attained an "N" letter in intercollegiate athletics. Its pur- poses are "to cultivate the highest sportsmanship in athletics, to interest more students in athletics, and, by entirely honorable means, to interest high school athletes in coming to the College." From l. to r. BACK ROW: Jim Moller, Max Wingett, Tom Gard, Don Gebbie, Steve Johnson, Wes Lamb, MIDDLE ROW: Dale Zech, Bob Raynett, Eli Cohn, Doug Nuckols, John Di Buono, Jack Busch, Ron Altpeter, Bud Sanders, SEATED, Bob Jucovics, Vice President, Craig Humphreys, Secretary, Bob Goerne, President, Harry Classen, Treasurer, Mr. Peterson, Advisor. 70 ,WA ,,,,, ,,,,,...-...,,.,-- .,,. --.WL 1 JI x 1 1 z Q ' l W E. l a. N45 Q 1 PHI cm Plll Slgltl 'tmv l PHI SIGMA IOTA The Romance Language honor society recognizes ability and attainment in Romance Languages. To be eligible for member- ship, students must have at least a B average in their entire col- lege course as well as in all courses in Romance Languages, and they must be taking a third year course in one of the Romance Languages. SEATED are Mary Shirer, the chapter president, and Nancy Neher. STANDING ffrom I. to r.J are Mrs. Eldon, Dr. Nyholm, Mrs. League, Betty Zales, Chris Jaeckel, Jan Schaper, Barb Franievic, Patt Galiger. 1 ll I PI KAMMA Mu 9 This National Social Science Honor Society purports to encourage study and reasearch in the social sciences. To be eligible, students must be in their junior or senior year, and they must show superior scholarship in the so- SEATED around the table are Beth Zabilka, Dick Knoespel, and Mary Shirer, cial sciences. l From I. to r. STANDING are: Barb Franjevic, Dr. McGee, Joyce Goerne, Dr. Roberts, alumnus Dave Willard, and Jesse Stupple. , 31 'z t . I 'fn . ..,,-r :J-on l fs N ' w if.. -1 Y, - A . Q1 -a 5 ,. - 'C P. f' 'J - .1 13' "i BETA BETA BETA, the national honorary biological fraternity, pur- Jane Thompson, Dr. Hanson, Dick Fink Cwith friendl, .lack Miller poses to stimulate interest, scholarship, and research in the biologi- Sandy Schultz, Oswald, and Dr. Keck, chairman of the department, cal sciences. Professors and exceptional department maiors are: SEATED at the table. STANDING, Craig Humphreys, Otto Brdlyk, Dr. Stieg, Sue Gates, BETA BETA BETA i Pl KAPPA DELTA Pl KAPPA DELTA, N.C.C.'s honorary forensics fraternity chapter, attempts to sponsor activities which stimulate stu- dents to develop their abilities in the areas of oratory and debate. Member- ship is limited to those having repre- sented the school at the regular inter- school speech tournaments. From left ' to right are: Gary Dusek, president, l Charles Bennett, vice-president, Mary l Lou Schertz, secretary-treausrer, and Mr. Dan O'Neill, adviser and speech instructor. 4 I 1 72 ALPHA PQI OMEGA Establishing and maintaining of definite standards in acting and producing plays are the purposes for this national dramatic fraternity. It is the largest and most active honorary fraternity of its kind in the country. The local chapter is known as Delta Epsi- lon. It is open to second semester Sophomores who have had sufficient experience. As Judy sits the scene with Tom, revengeful Robb schemes his fall - Tom's, that is . . . Aren't actors a bunch of hams? Left to right: Nancy Saggars, Mr. Obermeyer - advisor Tom Colley Mary Ruth Gran Marilyn Koch Al Adams, and Phil Robb. Isn't the background fitting? Mara' 1 4' W """Y'U'i Q1 Y1m'353:qxif?-'2W"i, N2 V "TEA-' f- Y, X W 1 . L ,,.,L-Ztnwr.-flf.-'vm' wma ' f55i5M53:WT1f-Y, , i"Z6ff'Y4'.If' w,.,.w,f 4,-' 4. z 11-6,.w:.' " 5 f-my -1 , -, ,f 2 X .. P 1 ffac ff ' fz- fmz zf "F-9 21' Zlilfll' 'L 91 few! wma . b - 'I I 5:5 ze , - A 4,4 . ,wr f I PN' 1" 3 , ff. ,Z L ,W 1 5 .- 1 : . L :1 - zu in 1 'S,QS6GfM . 111515, - , W 4 ,,wmN:f,,f. 9,2 wt M550 ,Gv,,,,,Xfy-Q Q 'Q-,J ,rf1'gz3f,361mz2fmQ , vt fifaz. 279. ' - F fwlavfdwviw' " " w VV! M303 WMV ,x ,. x f,fFz9QSYKA39"W5 'f?iW35'T.Ki3FJvf5-3 ,, v , 'fi .TT 1 Q, ' CARDINAL CHE E RLEADE RQ INVIGORATE BOTH THE TEAM AND THE QPECTATORS TROWJk yG SECONDROWLdLddLIlP M I I I TEAM MEMBERS: FIRST ROW - Bob Dexheimer, Jim Off, Bob Rayneff, and Craig Humphreysg SECOND ROW - Ed Heffern, Bob Jucovics, Dave Johnson, and Jim Nurss. LETTER WINNERS Craig Humphreys Bob Jucovics Bob Raynetf 1962 CCI RESULTS NCC .... .... 9 Aurora No. III ....... 7 NCC . Bradley ...... 8 NCC . DePauI ....... 7 NCC . NCC ......... 4 Millikin III. Wesln ..... 6 NCC . Augustana .... 5 NCC . Lake Forest .... 7 NCC NCC . CarroII CCI at Millikin - NCC: 3rd Bob Jucovics singles champion of CCI. TENNIS TEAM - 1962 I . . . A TOUGH SEASON . . Craig and Team Captain Bob show their grip. YI A i 1 1 I I I I X I, I I I I Z, Ql , 5.4, v'- f i .1 m y ? A r, gs .,ilVz,i.s. fs is sg, -5 I- N Q Xi, V 7 7 - I Ji5riQ!7.lIK'QhIr.-5--M2117 . .z -E 'TT' r , fr dh. .,,., - ,nu 3.54:l.',idl0f5: - ....,-g,.1....,g- ..-. 1.4.4 J- F .X pr s 1 4 fel' " A X 1 'A ,,, - A. sf IF. 4 '. YQ I . - " " . '.-' '. -: -I' . P .,., Jr, -M. 1.,.. C., , A, , " ' -I ,Q-' .1 mpg-,L'f' - . - . - A . ,, b ' . Q' 'Mn -I' N ' - ,f,.Z-"I -fmt., v'. Q.-ff . +...ff-azfz-- -' . -- - hp- -4, 5. - . N,-fan -.Ui ,, ' 1 f gf' .-af -M ,x . ' y,.- 'J cs-" ' ' M T' J ' in ' ..' ' ' nl" J, - N v 'A . f -' Y --I . ..wi3'I7"1Q -f , .r."T.V - ' J4- .Lui ,K I! .ur ,4 1 Ya 34x , 1 4. H' rin ,VA E! Ml 0 --- far' Q ' 5 14.-A bl" uw J" u-.- 14' 'f' , K , X . 4 f' M2 u..,a 1. 515 4 . Iwi, v P ..' N ' ' ,' 1 sf" 1 1' 'JJ V u--.pg n , 6 .1 f '4 vl I I 1, I ' 'Q ny. I ' ' A A I 'X Ag ' Q "' I vfn if m 5X I I . 'il' 5 .All 1962 LETTER WINNERS Pat Aikins Russ Ballard Rudy Janota Steve Johnson Eural McLaughlin John Mleziva Bill Melsheimer Tom Polzin Tom Yackley Three outstanding team members who graduated in 1962: Bill Mel- sheimer, Tom Yackley, and Rudy .Ia- nota. . .mm A WQUFEKIWQMRGUOY BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 1962 CARDINALS PLACE FOURTH IN CCI Wheaton . . "NCC ...... 'Augustana . North. Ill .. 'INCC ...... t"NCC ...... "NCC ...... "'Ill. Wesleyan flll. Wesleyan 'INCC ...... 'ENorth Park . . . 'Carroll .... "NCC ..... Elmhurst . . . Elmhurst . . . "Carthage . . 1"NCC ...... Wheaton . . CCI Record NCC Runs -1' Q A Zil- NCC .... Augustana NCC .... NCC .... Millikin . . . Lake Forest Lake Forest NCC .... NCC .... North Park NCC .... NCC .. Carroll .. 3 NCC .. 6 NCC .. 3 NCC .... 3 Carthage . . . 8 NCC .. 'CCI Games 7-6 Season Record 79 Opponents Runs , ,. :' i"S ,j 4 3 1 f f-. ..,. ft I P' I I I , Jw, Y Y V V 'X I Herman Cooper, Jerry Mabrey, and Reinhold Fritz fling forward to the title. 'l962 INDOOR TRACK RESULTS Midwest Meet - NORTH CENTRAL - lst - Division 2 With determination in fist and face, Doug Nuckols rounds to victory NCC , ,, ,,, 58M Wheaton ... ... 45M Loyola ..... .... 6 0 NCC . . - . . . . 44 North. Ill. ......... 683A NCC ..... . , , 35M NCC ............. 63V2 U. of Wis. .. . . . 42W NCC 86, Ind. Central 43V2, Austana .... .... 2 8W, Elmhurst ........... l2 Midwest Indoor Track Queen Carol Miller presents 'First place, division 2, trophy to NCC Co-Captains Bob Mi- chael and Reinhold Fritz. E -We 1962 LETTER WINNERS Jerry Cundifi Larry Davis Wally Farley Arlie Faulhaber Jim Frenck Bob Frig Reinhold Fritz Bob Goerne Jerry Mabrey Bob Michael Jim Moller Doug Nuckols Phil Ogden Jim Schap Gerry Stormer Jim Wallace Bob Woodruff Dale Zech INDUUR TRACK - T962 CARDINALS TAKE IST IN Mmwssr Division 1 Gerry Stormer, Dale Zech, Tom Miller. SECOND ROW Coach Belding, Larry Davis, Wally Farley, Jerry Ma OUTDOOR TRACK - 1962 RESULTS NCC 9726, North Park 4916, Lewis College . . . . . 'I7 NCC .... ...... 9 6 Augustana ........ .. 35 NCC 99 Lake Forest .. 25 Millikin ........ 67W NCC ...... .. 63V2 Carroll College .... 75 NCC . . . . . 55 Elmhurst Relays - North Central - lst in CCI Conference at Millikin - 3rd Bob Goerne skillfully skins over a new record. brey, Bob Michael, Reinhold Fritz, Jim Frenck, Bob TEAM MEMBERS: BACK ROW: Jim Wallace, Jim Mol- ler, Dan Foust, Ron Trapp, Arlie Faulhaber, Wes Lamb, - Nuckols, Bob Woodruff, Dick Kidder, Phil Ogden, Jim Frig, Dan Hartman, Mr. Peterson. FRONT ROW: Doug - Schap. 1962 Division B As Gerry Stormer practices each day, he demonstrates the enthusiasm which is so necessary to a star athlete. , " "1 .',. B A KX sa. 1 r., ' . . :Lf , 2 .4 an T J.. -1 . 1-' p- " nfl?-'.,5'f' ' ' 1 9-'af A ' ,. 3.3-6: 4. . TEAM MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Don Ferguson, Chuck Hanson Ken Hermann. BACK ROW Don Rogers, Herman Cooper Raul Mar- tn and Coach Shymke- wich 1 I I 1 - Navy Pier CUniv. NCC ......... Lake Forest . . . NCC ......... Carroll College Illinois Wesleyan Elmhurst ...... GOLF - I 962 of Ill.J 22M I2 2IV2 . ..... 9 21M I9 . I7V2 Carroll College ,...... I3Vz Whitewater State II Mrllnkm ............... 'IO NCC ....... St. Joseph NCC ...... Augustana NCC ..... NCC NCC NCC NCC NCC CCI Conference at Millikin - 7th place T962 LETTER WINNERS Don Ferguson Chuck Hanson IV2 I2 2M 2 V2 . 5 6M I V2 4 - l'l BACK ROW: Gary May, Pat Faunt, Don Alberts, Dennis Paulson, Carl Huber, Steve Clark, Ed Panella, Ed DeBoer, Eric Avery, John Demos, Wally Zook, Jim Hartwig, Peter Gombert, Paul Disbrow, Terry Schatzke, Harry Kluender, and Ron Altpeter. MIDDLE ROW: Dwight Lewis, Dennis Taylor, Bob Williams, Roger McDaniel, John Lockwood, Gerry Gorski, Bernie Goss, Norman Rogowski, John FOOTBALL I 962 Luebtow, Mike Vibral, Ken Brown, Harry Fullett, Steve Mann, Greg Tuzik, Jim Wade, and Bob Olson. FRONT ROW: Mike Rumple, John Thanos, Dennis Lewis, Percy Horton, Wendell Sargent, Herman Cooper, Harry Classen, Henry Brown, Eural McLaughlin, Russ Pagen, Jack Busch, Jim Moller, Don Kozyra, John DiBuono, and Eli Cohn. NCC ....... . . lll. Wesleyan NCC ...... NCC ..... Carthage . . Millikin .. NCC ..... Wheaton .. Carroll . . . Otterbein . . . NCC .... Lake Forest Augustana NCC .... NCC ...... . North Park NCC ..... . . NCC .. ' 1 LETTER WINNERS Harry Classen Ed Panellcl Dennis Paulson Eric Avery Percy Horton Jim Moller Wendell Sargent John Thanos Wally Zook Ron Altpeter Eli Cohn Mike Rumple Dennis Taylor Norman Rogowski Bob Olson Ken Brown John DiBuono John Luebtow Team Captain El: Cohn with the assistance of Coach Jesse Vail spoke to the Home- coming crowd prior to the '62 bonfire. 85 ........-...Lu in in 13 is E l l l 1 l l 1 LETTER WINNERS Steve Mann Roger McDaniel Eural McLaughlin Robert Williams Q Herman Cooper Bernard Goss l John Lockwood Mike Vibral I I P' I l . I . 7 , ,. O. N s ' qv I X'-X' wa 'fn "' ,--7.1212 . J ' tv -. ,.. Il. .F t I 1.-" f V-gi.-f. I I Z 1-41-431 I I C I I I I I I I I I I I I , , I ,.:. JACK BUSCH - CENTER HENRY BROWN - END 'N --1 I " , 23 , 1 I IIE' -I B .I .I X iz '-4,1 I 2 L. A of' ' lu' . '--9 .-r 1-fu . N I UV? OUTSTANDING SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS . . . ELI COHN -- GUARD JOHN DI BUONO - HALFBACK D336 f fgwff-f-vw-r f' M ww I -'ZviQ,i'1g" 9f'.?G:- , ii, 2'Ii,'I"i,I 'ff I IAQ? 1 I e'I'5,f2f'i1'f"' .ff 'N Ing' ,M-A ff ,T L '?f'yl.2I93'QiZf1.5f,wW A Q 1-ifaxg' af-ff' -N. is -'If Q .Q - '. 4 f' ""' if. Ill - ' Wu ,I-If5,Q::Qf., ' f2'I2WiP.,,a,y" ' ' 'Q pw f 'I x.,'if?Q',w wi, ' :Sf . .1 W1 ,uf ,Y K I fl wk-Tx. - - L E f - iff: I DENNIS TAYLOR - GUARD ,A , . , Q4 . 3 -v'I'4 li " gms: www 25.5 XFM 4 ,ww -vw ,,'h i, my f f 1,1 QV? 7' A' Q . v, W Y DON KOZYRA -- QUARTERBACK HARRY CLAUSSEN - END iw Wsbrfxw. W 'if' Jr A ,Q ,Nzsw Q M s! Left to right: Mike Lewis, guard, Bob Ash, guard, Willie Hoover, for- guard, Perry Graver, guard, and Bob Goerne, guard. Not pictured ward, Keith Feiler, forward, Arlie Faulhaber, forward, Tom Gard, is Max Wingeff, center. Coaches are W. E. lBudl Burger and Dale forward, Bill Petersen, forward, Don Gebbie, cenier, Sieve Johnson, Shymkewich. 88 BASKETBALL TEAM . .AN Excltmc SEASON NCC 107 NCC 66 NCC 69 NCC 50 NCC 83 NCC 76 NCC 70 NCC 79 NCC 73 NCC 81 NCC 64 NCC 74 NCC 56 NCC won NCC won NCC won NCC lost NCC won Team co-captains are Goerne. Lake Forest Elmhurst . . . Carroll ..... Ill. Wesleyan Millikin .... Carthage . . Wheaton .. North Park Lake Forest Elmhurst . . . Augustana . Carthage . . North Park Carroll ..... Ill. Wesleyan Wheaton . . Augustana . Millikin .... 6-5 Max Wingett and 5 9 Bob ! 'I X .J,..,N i 1--,'- ', b '-Z"""v------S-......,, , Wm- K-K I 'ly-sXj 'W' J' U - . , 'ljff ff, "'3". f'7ff'?f1 ,- IIV '41, A , '13 1' .J x ,fm 1 M i .223 ' , " ' w 4. , 1 ,D . ,V ,f 1 f I w f Y 1 3 H 2 "' I A V I, N, A iff , X K g ' ildfgiilsw-.cv sv 'Ng fi h I 1 wfgti I , I . L, 7' A I 1 . y V , 2. , " 25156233 if-fic I V ' T 7 ,6- , -Lg hifi 5 -.5155 , , F N , . . . . V -.1,-. ,V.. ., .VU ...----,--i.1...1v--. .,J SWIMMING TEAM . . DEFENDING BOTH CCI AND NAIA TITLES SEASON SCORES Kas of February 15, 19631 Loyola Relays at Loyola: North Central - first place North Central ............. 72 Winona State lMinn.i . .. . .. 21 North Central . . . .... 50 Loyola University ........ .. 45 North Central ........ .... 5 7 Bowling Green COhio1 ...... 38 North Central ............. 63 Macalester Col. lMinn.i ..... 23 Indianapolis Ath. Club ...... 52 North Central ......... .. . 34 Indiana University .......... 68 North Central ....... 37 Southern Ill. University ...... 67 North Central ......... 25 John M. Molitor assumed the coaching of the tankmen in 1961 after an outstanding record as a varsity swimmer at North Central. Molitor gra-duated from North Central in 1960. He spent four years as a member of the swimming squad during which time he held as many as five school records. He was also a member of the 400-yard freestyle relay team which won a national championship in 1958-59. Dr. Harold W. Henning serves as the Advisory Coach to the team. He was a member of the National AAU Freestyle Relay which established an American and a World record. Coach Henning is a Naperville dentist, having coached the NCC team from 1948 to 1955. Also, he was an official at Olympic meets in Helsinki, Melbourne, ancl Rome, ancl cun'ently serves as National AAU swimming chairman and as chairman of the US Olympic Swimming Committee. Larry Michelson, Alan Corrigan, and Jim Hartzell are NAIA champions from 1962 competition. Co-captains: Dave Seyfried and Roger Kiekhofer. 92 FRONT ROW: Larry Michelson, Bufferflyer, Byron Wore, Breosf- sfroker, Rodolfo Roca, Freesfyler. SECOND ROW: Ken Lighiell, Diver, Kermit Kolsfad, Bufferflyer, Mark Michelson, Bufferflyer, Bruce Nifsche, Buherflyer. THIRD ROW: Roger Kiekhofer, Freesfyler, Dove Seyfried, Bucksfroker, Bob Meyer, Freesfyler, Lynn Rickert, Breasf- Iflfvl ' 5 sfrokerp Ed Kiiewski, Bocksfroker, Tom Friedrich, Bocksfrolcer FOURTH ROW: John Follwell, Freesiylerp Ian Wilson, Freesfyler, Alan Corrigan, Freesfyler, Dave Fuchs, Freesfylerg Bruce Beffey, Diver, Jim Hurfzell, Bocksfroker. . ,ws 1 J if ,G ,X . E" 54 QQ 5 ' ' 'gf' 51" w . 'X4 fi K A fig? 454 5X 1, V eu .fi 'Nw .K sf " f 13?Z'fiQ X gi.. uv"- ,nk f f lx I I . Ye -' - .- -N,wA..,...n..-i,,,.kA..+.L.m....,4LQg...,... -.,:.g....L. L..L,h.:---- A-4.,,,,...--,.4., -A .. -.-nf .,,...w.2......,,,, Mm. W.,.,.,....,. ,A..,m....., E44 l -sw . Wh. bn v 1 ' .Swv 4 3, " Q ,J f WMS z -' - .T f fv Sv? . ' - xii 'gym 21- I - Q ,A NJ' S-w'Y'w1 .:w.,3f?2vg, 'Q Nm, www L1 Q lfgyg W1.. ,, HBRTH CENTR A f f QI I 1 BACK ROW: I. to r.: Coach Jesse Vail, Bud Sanders, Jerry de FRONT ROW: Paul Disbrow, Bolo Sch eld Mark MacKmney St. Paer, Eric Avery, Percy Horton, Paul Wolf, Roger McDaniels. Eural Mclauglrlin, and team captain John Nov k WRESTLING - I 963 . . SPECTACULAR SEASON Pon THE REDBIRDS Knox NCC ...... 36 NCC ...... 36 NCC ...... 20 NCC ...... 28 NCC ...... 27 NCC ...... 9 NCC ...... 28 All together now, Iet's stand on 1963 SCOREBOARD Kas of Feb. 151 Invitational - 2nd place - 59 points Elmhurst .. No. Park . U. of Ill. . INavy Pierj Lake Forest Blackhawk Augustana Millikin . . . our heads. J r i l l w T l I l 7 I v 4 T T l l W Hey Jesse! Now what? TRACK - I 963 BACK ROW: l. fo r., Jim Frenck, Gerry Siormer, Jim Moeller, Les Holstein, Bob Williams, Dale Zech, Phil Ogden, John Luebfow Lee Slick, 8: Doug Nuckols, THIRD ROW: Larry Davis, Bud DiH- Ken Heindel, Neal Jones, Mr. Belding. FIRST ROW: Bob Wood man, Carl Huber, Ron Trapp, Merrill Litchfield. SECOND ROW: ruff, Wally Farley, Tom Miller, and Mr. Peterson - Coach. 97 'iff' . 1 L to R are Coach Beld'n team members- Ron Trapp Wally Farley, Larry Davis, Doug Nuckols, Gerry . . i g, . , Stormer, Bob Frig, and Merrill Litchfield, and Coach Peterson. CROSS COUNTRY - 1 963 FIRST col TITLE IN HISTORY or Ncc NCC's Cross Country team was paced this year by Doug Nuckols, Naperville senior, who established new course records for both the three and three and a half mile courses. In addition to leading his team to an 8-3 dual meet record, Nuckols made one of his record-breaking runs during the 1962 CCI Cham- pionship meet in which North Central won its first conference title. NCC ...... .... 1 7 Elmhurst .... .... 4 O NCC .............. 21 Whitewater ....... 35 U. of Wis.-Milwaukee . 26 NCC ............ 31 NCC .............. 27 U. of Chicago ..... 31 Eastern Michigan .... 21 NCC ............ 38 U. of Wis.-Milwaukee . 22 NCC ....... .... 3 5 NCC .............. 18 Augustana ........ 44 NCC .............. 16 Rockford College .. 41 NCC .............. 22 Wright J.C. ....... 36 CCI CONFERENCE MEET ........ Top Three Teams NCC .................. .............. 2 6 Carroll . . . .......,.. . . 46 Millikin .................................. 49 NCAA College Division Championship Meet NCC placed 12th out of 33 teams represented. 98 A ,......,,,... The cheerleaders are a portion of the responsibility of the Ath letic Board. Pictured is Elise Harris. Q' All athletic events are con trolled indirectly by the Ath- letic Board. ATHLETIC BOARD l I l As stated in the college catalog, 'The College views health, physical efficiency, and the recreational activities among the major objectives ot higher education . . . Ample facil- ities have been provided tor athletics and all indoor and outdoor sports for both men and women . . ." The Athletic Board is a faculty committee, with student representation, which controls, directs, and supervises the athletic program. From I. to r.: Steve Johnson, Dr. Latham, Mr. Belding, Jan Bartlett, Mrs. Tanner, Bob Goerne, and D'r Peterson. 99 - x I: Y x v vo I gf 1. 113,175 ,x L ,. ul Ai.T,K'. ll' ri w- ' . I: I I 4 J : - - t +--sg., is--rv , 'v4ffl0w, .,'., 1 P l 1 i . 'I 3 .rf Q21 1 4 if 1 - ,..z -I1 Merner Gymnasium and Field House is the scene of bofh male and femail Coopslj activities, afhieficaliy speaking. ,ii I 11, 1, . , u 4 l F , v i i I , i 1 l u V i I af Babe Melody fires away during a five minute break from the Water Ballet rehearsal l .-.sf , i.A,..1:..,-wa4,s,,4...--:.4,-.A.'d.L.. .....,.,L.-.....e--A4....L:L..m....,- L,-...- -,-.4.,. ,.', .AA . , , 'WW lx, j,WH ,wx i, C U iwilmggl QA ls wvff Www.--I From I, to r., the throbbing heart of NCC's WRA are: Nancy McBroom, Pat Hahn Brumfield, Advisor Mrs. Tanner IFRONT ROWJ Gail Neumann, Char Dvorak, Joan Keough. and Diane Weckering. " BACK ROW participants are: .lan Bartlett, Jane Thompson, lll WOMEN'9 RECREATION ASSOCIATION ' vg gtk . . . TENNIS. BASKETBALL, VOLLEY- D' "' BALL .... PICNICS. CO-ED NIGHTS. WATER BALLET This association was reorganized in 1927 and is a voluntary organization of women students interested in athletics. It exercises s'upervision over the various athletic activities for women such as soccer, basket- ball, hiking, tennis, archery, badminton, volleyball, table tennis, golf, and baseball. It is under direct supervision ofthe Physical Director for Women. W 4 A A I . V Y M ' F 4' P 0 Y :P :Q A get 1' 1 v v Q 1 ' ' 4 X' if +' 4 Q an -4lHl'l9i""q:, p I 0 30 f ,li , QQ ,sw ,Q f , , , 4 , 'fffrfzffxsfr ' He--f 9 , 5 , , 9. y , , ., Perhaps, the most outstanding of the WRA ' ' 4' Y if 4 1 - v 4 a f ll sponsored events is the annual Women'S "' if K' A 3' 1' " ' ' ' ' " Tennis Team S8511-'QW . . A ,. ., L, V, .. , 6, - , - , i V Q g I . 5 n l ' rv , X ., 3 - w y - ' d - ' ' ' , K V Q 'M I ' N . N Q, ,. -A ,g1iT:,Y,,,:,-.r V Y rm .,:,s F ,. , 1 4 - V y- A M 1 .L . , vw.,-vw. nal K r-0 -1 Qu --Son n 'N W 1.4. ..,. ,-.414g:..N,.,4 f .3 , ' ' 'i 42, -1- - ,. 'I f--f , V, X, " f , . , A-rl'--32. .H-'." - X ' ' -2 --v - . ' - .A :. - -, '4,+5ug--na, 'qA.: f::1x.lf.f.,,,-.xx W, -.-Q '. -..,n.1,-4. "- FU K- -' -was ' - A .4 - X vw, ff,-..s..-.J.:... , 4. !'! '572".TfZ7'rrm512'EEiEq7?2'1l3iT..Ef f 55-TTT IE 4? J -J I 5 mit Ut, . ' fzlag President Jim Frenck Women's Representative-ot-Large, Mary Ruth Orcn 'Q -W it STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council is on expression. It combines the suggestions and the criticisms of all students to form policy which hos on important effect upon the lives of present students and students of the future at North Central College. Those people who take the time to serve student council cmd in turn the student body receive the worthwhile experience of being responsible to others while making decisions cmd meeting prob- lems. Jim Frenck Student Council President Men's Representative-ot-Large, Ted Bergmann AX: X92 Student Comptroller Paul Bosshardt AN EXPRESSION Smiling Professor Peterson advises council along with George St. Angelo. fe 1 . " f"'f"4 'i'4?Ngl-1'KAp''vQfQ'95"'GT3"?-filW5'1!9"1P1?9'?l"'055' Ak if Secretary Sandy Maurer Vice-President and Senior Women's Rep- resentative Brenda Hed- berg. 1 105 ' ' ASEEEKZSH 'flf EL'1?"'Q T' 1' ' ,J ,T 0. ., eww ,, X fxf' sara-ffaifawff Y hm . A owne- r rn: Pmsrou cr ,, 4, , T' A :L sir "bv- FINANCE BOARD Under the auspices, and guiding eyes, of two Brink's guards the Bob Gossett, Paul Bosshardt, Dr. Arlo Schilling, Jim Frenck, Mr. Finance Board keeps an eye on all campus budgets. From L. to John Bobbitt, and Mike Bibler. R. are Emily Belding, Prof. Erling Peterson, Dr. Harry Heckman, The Food Board prepares to give their very careful attention to Coon, and Ruth Deveny. STANDING are Mrs. Ethel Dalton one of iif not thej most important commodities on campus. Adrian Dumont, Mr. Fredrickson, Dean Mildred Eigenbrodt, Mr SEATED from L. to R. are Mrs. Hettie Domm, Chris Jaeckel, Bob John Bobbitt and Ed Heffern. 4.1. f ' 'Zf"T"f-V 2 9 ' i LFT Y wr' ' 1-di . 'X- ,, -, 1- -41' f- .., -'L I-t f 'ff 1' fir F 106 I I I I I I I I l L,-,.g,.k ,,, Ag., -. . - L, .-.. .- , . , .,,,, . 4,,,..,, - AEWYM 7 .. .an -'lv .Fl 1 45 . fs i fi I 5 I.. LIBRARIANS Keeping the "Idea Source Machine," better known as the library, Miss Edna Eastwood, Pub. Services Libr., Miss Celia Natzke, Asst. well oiled and supplied with raw materials are: from L. to R., Circ. Libr., and Miss Lois Fergus, Tech. Services Libr. Mrs. Marilyn Woodrow, secretary, Miss Ruth Kraemer, Director, COLLEGE ACTIVITIES BOARD Sponsoring buses to Chicago cultural events, dividing and giving brodt, Ira Guise, and Paul Bosshardt. STANDING are shy Mary of student fees to organizations, and scheduling campus activi- R'-'fh Own, Mavis Efdmannf Priscilld Wolf, Jim FYGNCIC, DF- Giefef ties are the main functions of this organization. SEATED from L. Mrs- Bvles, MVS- WGISOYI, Gnd Ted B0"9mQm"- to R. are: Sue Eller, Dr. Shanower, Rev. St. Angelo, Dean Eigen- ,gf 'M x.kk Q M' gi. I ,A Q ' In LJ ' 4 is ,. L .1 . ',,..N l - ' Left to right: Dr. Washburn, Don Nichelson, Mr. Johnson, Carol Rinehart, Gail Grotiahn, Dave Schweitzer, Dr. Naumann, Carol Vieth, Larry Brumfield, and Dr. Sackmann. RELIGIOUS LIFE COUNCIL - DIRECTING THE TOTAL The purpose of the Religious Life Council, organized in 1945, is to super- V vise and coordinate all religious organizations, agencies, and activities I on campus. Also, the council fosters the religious life of the students and faculty, studies religious organizations and agencies and suggests . CAMPUS CHURCH COMMUNITY I CCC is really not an organization. It is community of those stu- right: BACK ROW: Rev. St. Angelo, Gary Coates, Tom Marean, , I dents who seek to express their Christian commitment through a Della Frederickson, Paul Bosshardt, Louise Leuptow, Nancy Heninger, fellowship on the campus bearing many of the characteristics of Fawn Dabrowski, Pat Brumfield, Jan Brien, Larry Brumfield, SEATED: ly their church at home. There is no membership in the CCC, everyone Harold Temple, Bob Heim, Dick Knoespal, Myron Wentz, Rhonda ,Q may participate in any aspect of its program. Pictured from left to Keller, Mavis Erdmann. tl 5 I' f 3 f ' 3 I 1 Q 1 2 ' I 5 E i I 35 I Q I-, ? 3 2 I I v O. ' 1 , 1 3 5 f 3 l 5 'Q I l l I I. l af H I l , ,,., Q, MAN ,Ja lily Jerry Huber, Dick Knoespal, Barb Patyk, Rev. St. Angelo, Judy Kotesky, Dr. Zuart, George Fleming, and Dr. Shoemaker. PROGRAM OF CAMPUS RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS additions or modifications to make them more effective. The College Chapel and Student Conference Retreats are supervised by the Religious Life Council. SEAGER ASSOCIATION Pictured below are ISTANDINGJ: Dr. Sackmann - advisor, Gary church vocation meet together as the Seager Association. Here they Lueck, Paul Bosshardt, and Chuck Bennett. SEATED: John Campbell, find a common focus of fellowship, study, and concern for those Don Nichelson, and Ben Bohnsack. Any students interested in a preparing for the pastoral ministry, missions, Christian Education. Wmwywmv' 7 if 1, if L I l .il Bottom t top: Dr. Sutton, Mr. Poel, Dr. Buck, G. Ericson, B. Bocan, D. Martin, D. Lovse, T. Bergmann B. Heitke, W. Brodne, R. Fink, D. Nelson, S. Buehler, D. Rabuck, D. Frey, J. Tucker. The American Chemistry Society on campus is a branch ot the national organization of chemists. Its members can keep up with new developments in the field of chemistry by subscribing to a iournal, which is published by the organization, and attending programs featuring nationally-known chemists. Ad- visors for the group include Dr. Buck, Dr. Sutton, and Mr. Poel, professors in N.C.'s chemistry department. 110 N.C. STUDENTS I AMERICAN CHEMISTRY SOCIETY . . . 1.51511-, -' 4154 nf.,-'-:yi'-'iuif"ff'!m,:i1"'5'4ftfi':ggq1f,ff - f i - ' ' f' 1 ' " ' f ' , imsrixliaa 1 - ..!- .. ..: A ADVANCE CAUSE OF SCIENCE TUMOR RESEARCH ...LAB Performing an important function at North Central is the Tumor Research Lab-oratory. Here, students are given a chance to learn research and medical tech- niques while actually conducting research in the field of cancer. Working in coniunction on three main proiects, students devote time and energy to the cure for one of man's most threatening diseases. " l NYY 4 i - .Q Q fi? gsm' V3 ,QI 4,1 Q 0 ,fx Q 'if 93 e 3 X f wmwnswuzm 2' ' lulunq K Y 'Tm v QQ4: .l.,, ,,,, ,.: ,y Sw--m.......s- 'g E 4 l ,,-': ii " .-.,., .. a!:T:::H in .1 Participants in research of cancer are, left to right: Gary Coates, Rick Fink, Mustafa Zein, Ted Bergmann Dave Seyfried, Grover Ericson, Richard Gray, Rich Sandell, Dave Rabuck, and Bob Kung. i 111 od Sf -Cf' X Students interested in history populate the History Club. Yoss, Marth Ulrich. SEATED: Margie James, Beth Zabilka, STANDING: Paul Wolf, Don Heykoop, Charles Mott, Mary Eli Cohn, Joyce Georne, and advisor Dr. Roberts. Shirer, Brenda Hedberg, JoAnn Swank, Carol Cobb, Marcia HISTORY CLUB COMMERCE CLUB if , qw-- v"l I QD sq., :lag -af r glass 1 ,,., . President of the group is Jim Bambule - STANDING at the far left. Ad- visor to the club is Dr. Shoemaker who is STAND- ING immediately behind the neat, little adding, subtracting, mul- tiplying, and dividing machine ..s...g..... :,...- . 1si'm+--f -' Mr- Members of the education Club meet monthly in order to see films, ing in the elementary and secondary schools. Melvu Ream is presi- hear speakers, and discuss topics relevant to the problems of teach- dentg Dr. Constantine and Mr. Adair advise the group. EDUCATION CLUB MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE MENC consists of those students interested in teaching music. discussed at meetings. From I. to r.: Miss Iverson, Jean Current ideas and trends in music education are the topics Zebarth, Roger Dufter, Mary Frahm, and Mr. Kuiper. DAMSELS . . . Y Officers and advisors for the group include, left to right: Mrs. Betty St. Angelog Nancy Williams, vice presi- dentg Judy Koteskey, president: Della Frederickson, treasurerp Mrs. Marky Russell. BIBLE STUDY The Bible Study Club meets each Wednesday eve- ning and is under the direction of Jerry Huber. Two members lead the discussion which attempts to clarify and promote a better understand- ing ot the Bible and its meaning. Y.W.C.A. UNDERGOES CHANGE After undergoing an organizational change in the fall, the campus Y.W.C.A. became bet- ter known as the Damsels. The group's main concern was the improvement of the social atmosphere on N.C.C.'s campus. They worked under the guidance of interested members of the Dames, wives of mem- bers of the faculty and administration. 1.4.5 1. . .L.....,O4. -Y - -..+s...,,.... M-, , ..e-4.....- .4...,4 -4 .s , , , O... , c BACK ROW: Rich Sandell, Mrs. Bales, Paul Ramsey, Mr, Moy, Mr. this staid and stately group. One of the outstanding events pro Babbitt, Dick Pachter. FRONT ROW: Mr. Krippner, Dottie Fleming, duced this year by the SUB was Inman and Ira a professional Myron Wentz - President, Marion Faist, Sue Kneppner. Busy, busy folk song group. formulating and administering the Union activities and policies is STUDENT UNION BOARD The right arm of the SUB is the Program Council. Left to right: Mary Norsman, Sara Stutzman, Mary Legault, Marion Faist, Don Dexheimer, Rich Sandell, Dick Pachter, Mr. Krippner, Barb Lucas, and Dorathy Fleming. 'Ks STUDENT DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE The SDC works with the offices of Pub- licity and Alumni Relations and Admis- sions to help NCC find and secure out- standing applicants. Also, the committee aids in local publicity and the Senior Fund. Left to right: Jim Schup, Jim Drum- mond, Bruce Nitsche - Chairman, Jackie louy, and Mr. Dave Stuart. 115 lllifff? ' -f -f. 4 f--fr-f, vw, , '- ,WQf1'f.!. . . t N F 0" I -gal' V ll . in L Typic EXGITI. Basically, the Commuters' Club serves to informally gather commuter OP may feel alone or unknown. 1 .1 " Pfff. 4 ,Ls diff, 41, 'ri-.Qc ' 'A' .L.u'! ... Q- -p-v - lfv'S2y-f 1 Jfnig " 'IA ,Q al commuter? NO! This,girl just failed her chemistry COMMUTERS' CLUB inions and to bring together occasionally a group of students who Encircling a "typical" means of commuter trans- portation are Dave Loop, President, Pris Wolf, YOUNG REPUBLICANS D Right wingers with their hopes set high are the feminine mem- Dotty Fleming. The male members are George Fleming, George ll bers: ll. to r.J Kathy Crosby, Elaine Warren, Kris Schaeffer, Wagner, Don Jirak, and Bob Lawse. i i l l V 3- 4' l za 6 if Q l w s i 1 li x 1-,G-nag l "". X 116 l v E L W ,, Im'-V , A familiar sight to commuters is the row of lockers in the basement Secretary: Jim smith, Treosureri john Novak, of Old Main. Depressing iust isn't the best term . .. Student Council Representative. I O 4im:1g------H we Y f INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CLUB Students from Canada, Japan, Sierra Leone, Germany, Scot- College. This club serves basically as a common bond for land, Union of South Africa, Hong Kong, United States of fell0WSl'liP, Undel'SlC1l1Clifl9, Gnd fUn- America, and many other countries attend North Central Y 5 E I l w P 13,3 9 3 4 ai E A g w,, ,. nnf " ' ' 'Q r- , ! ll COLLEGE CHOIR Z of Many hours of strenuous practice - re- V quiring patience and endurance - are fulfilled by members of the choir. Q. new f This swinging sextet sang at the 1962 Christmas Concert. From l. to r. they are: Mary Ann Frahm, Jean Zebarth, Carol Garnhart, Mary Clayton, Nancy Henniger, and Marie Parks. ldT Mary Norsman performs with fine precision, and all hold their breath. 'Ml ..,--,, Pro NCC CDLLEGE-COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA 120 9 ,- 5 X ii ,I "X? 1 ' ,, rf 1, . 1 . . wil. .if-'N fs 1 n"'ff"' ??5Bt'zQ:g.:! ' I .fp-.. .. ff. . .ya Q55 "nw J '04-' tl ' N ' i Y ,K , 4. N -al 4 I!!! '- 1 'fm ,xxqd gb. N 1vv"""" iw' AWK, , 1 We ,Mk ..,, .W Nd? ,vu I I z M025 I qfl. f X f l"'.j 'gs' , Kg g35.VW 1' 55- . 'R X po'-W' 'Hi' , A 1 1 fag A 53 ul 9- 1- . 3, ,I . . u 1 M ' . , 8 ' an F V' fit . e TL D i ' 4 Z., M 'TNQ .,.. V 1 3 1 MM , ' H , ,.1. Kiywf . JP 4 -f. 'PY 3 'ff '5 "'15:Wff W ., , X Pil l , W IMMEN. xV X,,,3' ,x , X ,, .MLA N ' 'f we- ww af .asf , , Q' WW, if ff ' " ,ivflii - A, ,'W4SWf,iL ., K. ,, ,Ky , 1, 7, ' itgviw ' .,,X,QfV . 4 .I , , 6: f i,g,?5g.,E,gy, L :mp M , ,, A , H .fffhfi . . 0, . -' . Vw? 25.533 ifgwi ,SW fax- - ' ' X x A mv , 4 A , V , x rw , xvx . N5 X ,f 5 ,X ,K .. QW.,kgs xi? ' I A -Qlsgfxfa it Nm T, N ,f. ,-ww ' E. 3-199 'sf' ,I I - fr 'JI ,fr- Cardinal staff members: from left to right, Emily Belding, Sally Gebhardt, and editor Ann Henning. CARDINAL The bi-annually published literary periodical alifords a means by which exceptional and imaginative writers from the student body may present such as short stories, poetry, and dramatical inter- pretations, as well as prose. Contributions are carefully selected and monetary awards are given for the best entries in the prose, poetry, and best art form categories. 122 1.. PUBLICATIONS The opportunity to learn by doing and doing well is made available in the printed media as well as the spoken. Statted, planned, run, and governed by students, the yearbook, the campus news- paper, a literary periodical, and a publi- cation of Freshmen writings are indica- tive of the talent, ability, and creativity present. The problems of government and produc- tion are daily realities which are met by the students for the students regardless of the personal expense of time. s-xttiseztxl, .M Q... W Y-.rs hw 'xii 5--vi' k....-,,l - ,, ,J!fzf""aift:f' ,mf L' A Publications Board members, from left to right, are: Gil Neu- fensberger, Mr. Russell, Karen Bischoff, Marjorie Parks, Rhonda mann, Nancy Neher, Louise lueptow, Dave Ford, Don Wol- Keller, Mrs. Ella Dute Cchairmani, and Ann Henning. PUBLICATIONS BOARD Regulation and coordination ot the activities, appointments, practices, and procedures of the campus literary endeavors is successfully et- fected by representative students under the co-chairmanship of Mrs. Dute and Mr. Russell. Appointment of editors and publishers, as well as the granting of educated advice, lubricates the etticiency of the Cardinal, Chronicle, and Spectrum toward sounder administra- tion and consistent improvement. AD AGENCY Down in the deepest, most unnoticeable section of the Student Union come cries of glee or moans of despair as the managers of the school Ad Agency, Bob Gossett and Fritz Schultz, make or lose an adver- tiser for such school publications as the yearbook, the newspaper, the homecoming booklet, and playbills for school dramatic presenta- tions. 123 T ' ' f. '.1.,Y"'7"'T!V3"si r l i s Q! :F or P l l l l A l i lg ,x l i l - lf' H e 1 .i,". . ,r .i , J. 3 1 lf' 7. THE om:-if 41 fl! 4' g.- r xi-.-4 K, .X VU' U g. "rn, Don Woltensberger .. Editor Marie Parks . Assistant Editor Joan Goehring Publisher Jim Drummond . Comptroller Dick Pachter . Photographer Bob Gossett .... Advertising N f. a 2.3. L rf g.Mi'. " mfr 1' . .K . F l Editor Don Wolfensberger, in one of his more pensive moments, would not smile for the photographer. Staff reporters Carol Vieth, Bob Nelson and .lan Van- DenBerg seem to be happy about something. 'V . if f, M at A EQ .,,, 1 gene' F ' f.l...1.. CHRONICLES financial situation us handsomely handled by Comptroller .lim Drummond. , 1 if ' ' 7' I' 35 17J "??""'1?'F7?i'YW5l2VM - :Y .T s T A ' 4' " " A, ' I ' , . 1 , . . !li ' 1 " 2 - ' - H 4. 4: wg..+,.u4vewQen.2Lww,1-.vrvlnaif-A461351aQ:ve.a,,es--u+,1v--.-v2e:-f+--f-..::1--,-f...'p.i..-1:31-m-:mf .ti.fi-,-w,,',,---1,-,Xh-5f,,,,..y,p4-vu. ,myf -1,4 l1'P.Ai. l l l f .L -1 Causes '34 .ai This year's CRONICLE took on a new look. Ei The weekly student sheet was printed on slick paper under the editorship of "slick" h Don Wolfensberger. Helping Don bring campus news and views to publication were 3 publisher Joan Goehring and assistant edi- if T tor Marie Parks, plus a staff of 15 students. is Leslie Russell served as faculty advisor to the CHRONICLE. ere The publication hit the campus before noon 55533 every Friday with a new approach to stu- ng x dent life. inquiring reporters, interviewers, and feature writers probed into the behind- the-scenes stories and personalities who fi Q make the stories. Editorial campaigns on 15 controversial issues often parallelled efforts ii of Student Council to better campus condi- tions and make student opinions heard. I A ...c ,. , V f A we .MA AL .2 , Af 41" ' , 1. If 'A"" . f ff E ,QQ .ff ,f X . MP Z, . by ,L V Marie and .loan have fin Pictures by Dick Pachter add visual interest to the pages of Chronicle. V! 4" ai-3, 4-1" as ally mastered the Varityper. 5 sf- wi Q v fffffff ,lbs -s'....e..4. Shutter-bug Dick performed hours of picture taking and print- ing making up nearly all of the photography in this year's Spectrum. We are especially pleased with his color work. Harry slaved toward better ads. SPECTRUM . . . ONE YEAR IN Plctumas Nancy Neher Elaine Frey Thayer Hill . Dick Pachter Barb Patyk . Jan Paver .. . .. Sue Gates . Sandy Miller . . . . . Editor . . . . . Publisher . . . Comptroller . . . . . Photographer . . . Faculty and Freshman Section . Senior Section . Junior Section . Junior Section Donna Emberson ....... Sophomore Section Rich Sandell .... Sophomore Section Harry Saxton . . ....... Advertising Gary Dusek ...... Editorial Assistant Mrs. Ella Dute ............ Advisor - I .N f 'ix -51- ev .4 v N -r .1 126 X 4? 4 , ff 4 yu Barb, Jan, and Sandy gave the much needed and much appreciated help with alphabetizing, organizing, and distributizing of faculty, senior, and underclassmen pictures. Smart Sue, blinking Donna, and smooth Sandell feverishly helped meet deadlines with their diligent work on the class sections. Mrs. Ella Dute graciously provided the staff with all of the much needed moral support whenever problems arose A strange mixture of volatility and sta bility produced this annual Nancy an Elaine. A scene from the winter play "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller Pictured are cast members: Cl. to rj Carol Mlezva Bill Voss, Paul Wolf, Elliot George, Tom Blount and Gary Coates. THEATRE GUILD Romanoft and Juliet, Death ot a Salesman, The Mikado, and A Comedy of Errors were the T962-63 Theatre Guild produc- tions. As stated by Dr. Shanower, the faculty advisor, "Theatre Guild is merely a producing title. It we organize into a group, we'll exclude some people, and this we don't want to do." Actu- ally, Dr. Shonower would like to have Theatre Guild go be- yond the college campus and incorporate the total community with townspeople participating in the plays. ' i 128 ...cg l l 1 1 l l t l l t I s Barbara Pfeiffer Memorial Hall - the scene for most dramatic productions of NCC. for the various productions. On every p-laybill is printed the obiective of the Theatre Guild: "It is our belief that a college theatre should serve as a laboratory tor classes in dramatics wherein student-written plays, experimental plays and plays representing all periods in the history of the drama may be pro- duced. "Our plays will be selected so that the student may, within his four years of residence at this college, have the opportunity of becoming acquainted with the representative plays from the complete cycle of theatre history." A I ' 1 Lynn Shoger, John Edwards, and Al E Adams operate the power tools there- by building the extensive sets needed .-1 .U ainlff as s 129 V . .4 "1 .'i. ,H fl' 1 w. X ll if la .6 4 .O 5 . A 4 l o i 1 Pictured above are the members of the WNOC staff, the college radio station. They are: CSEATEDJ Tom Hill, announcer-news- caster, Marge Karrow, Chief Librarian, Dave Briggs, Program Master, CSTANDINGD Bill Engler, disc-iockey-engineer, Steve San- O'Neill, announcer, Ed Heil, disc-iockey-engineer, Mr. Richard Obermeyer, station manager and faculty adviser, Don Wolfens- burger, announcer-engineer, Tom Colley, announcer, Wayne Kramer, chief engineer, Tom Blount, announcer-engineer, Gil Neumann, announcer-engineer, and Raul Martin, announcer. WNOC - CAMPUS RADIO smtion WNOC, the campus radio station, began operations this year on October 8, and has undertaken a vast program of improvement and expansion since then. The operating facilities, located on the top floor of Old Main, have been almost completely renovated. This included the installing of brand new storage facilities for records and painting the entire studio complex. A brand-new model transmitter, constructed especially for WNOC, replaced the old one which was serving the Kroehler dormitories. Geiger, Kaufman, and Seager also have transmitters. It is hoped also that WNOC will be broadcasting in the Student Union shortly. ln programming, WNOC has seen improvement in every facet of the field. On-the-air time has increased this semester almost sixty per cent over programming time last semes- ter, and is up 373 per cent over second semester of 1962! At this time, WNOC broad- casts 33W hours of programs per week. This year saw several programs deviate from last year's straight - music policy. Also it saw the re-instatement of news programs as a part of the daily broadcasts. -- - 5.11. l infra "" ' W1 111k-1 - L-A,,,.,,,,, ,,., A ., .. ,,--..g......,a,. A Y. 74.7 Y.-. 4 Y f .W ...HMA ..,.........14 . -if-'if' gs' "Whence the sound of WNOC cometh?" DEBATE TEAM Sponsored by the Speech Department, the debate team enters several tournaments throughout the school year. Among the opponents this year were debators from Bradley University, Illinois State Normal University, and Northern Illinois University. Also, the NCC debators travelled to Southern Illinois University in March. In April, North Central sponsored a tournament tor seven Evangelical United Brethren schools from various parts of the country. AFFIRMATIVE DEBATORS: Don Zaininger NEGATIVE DEBATORS: Guy Hayes Don Pletcher Gary Dusek Left to right: Mr. Dan O'Neill, faculty advisor, Don Zaininger, Gary Dusek, Charles Bennett, and Mary lou "Bubbles" Scherrz. Not pictured are Guy Hayes, and Don Pletcher. 131 , , -. nr,--. V 'se , F ,bn -is 1. if , 'rs- -. ., , v-Q.- -F' " . ' ' . , ' ' . , A!?52?,f1C " - ni .- ' 'wifi 4 J ' ET Mrs. Ethel Dalton, House Direcior Seeger Hall is where The upperclc1ssMEN reside. .ry ' fm 132 ME N'S RESIDENCE HALLQ WHERE THE BRAWN9 DWELL . . ... .5 '4 ?. ....1a,.., -..e..-.-.. ,-. .Y .,.,. ,H 'P Kaufmen Hall Geiger Hull is filled with the assorted freshmen. Dorm counselors who live on the various floors of The Men's Dormifories are lfrom l. fo r.l .lon Harper, Vince Lang, Rich Kolar, John Hennig, James Miller CResidence Director of Kaufman lllalll, Wayne Doverspike, Kim Doverspike, and Tom Marean.. . . . Mrs. Ruth Siec- kel, House Di- recfor. Li --I Kroehler North Dormitory The gurls of Kroehler North who are all upperclassmen fwomenlj call Mrs Domm Mom Thelr capable PJ clad officers enloylng thelr pizza e fl to rj Hahn President Gaul Neumann Treasurer Sandy Muller Correspondmg Secretary Held: Lang Vlce Presndent Joyce Conway Recording Secretary 5 Q I VIN' .MTE -164. Jfhll If I 1? ' V flfflf ff KRDEHLER NORTH vw I ff WHERE THE v--77 M-. Mrs Hettle Domm House Dnrector Kroehler House ..u...n..+1.. Aw ,.,. J--f"' G 4""! Q AND SOUTH GIRLS LIVE Mrs. Beulah Smith, House Director Kroehler South Dormitory Kroehler South, inhabited primarily by frosh gals, is un- der the motherly direction of Mrs. Beulah Smith. The task of seeing that the dorm runs smoothly is carried out by the officers Il. to r.J Beth Behrens, Treasurer, Bev Zick, Vice President, Laurali Chester, President, Elaine Barry, Secretary. The counselors, STANDING, are Leona John- son, Donna Thompson, Lynn Gallnowp Dean Eigenbrodt, Joyce Carncross, Louise Leupteow, Sharon Zick, and Judy Christopher. MV 'wr -.1 .-W' , C --.. ...J I x ' ""i,L'T.:..u:.-.....:.. . S f- Q A rf ' wf:Qs3JZw I ., X: li? A N 'vwfrr x64"4?-i?fX::5:i:1fA'!Qf1 1 "" -. - .. -, - , f W-ff W lv- .., 1,,1s-Q., f r K I I i It Il ll ll l .1 C4 QQQ SZ., q,'f fbi 'S' r""w-U lj? Wally Farley, treasurer, Judy Koteskey, secretary, Gail Grotiahn, women's rep., Sally Stanis, vice president, Al DeRusha, president. JUNIOR CLASS We returned to NCC as enthusiastic and energetic juniors - enthusiastic about extra- curricularizing, procrastinizing, bull sessionizing, and a little bit of studyizing. Many transfers were welcomed, many old classmates were missed. With Mr. Wesley Stieg as our advisor, we planned an eventful year at our bi-weekly meetings. Leading our Junior Class were: Al DeRusha, president, Sally Stanis, vice presi- dent, Judy Koteskey, secretary, Wally Farley, treasurer, Gail Grotiahn, women's rep., and men's rep., Mike Whitten, who was elected too late to have'his picture taken. Homecoming activities kept many of us busy for several weeks - especially Judy and Al, co-chairmen of CAMPUS CAROUSEL. A project undertaken to bring in some funds for the treasury was the concession stand at football and basketball games - thanks to Mary and Mike! Other events sponsored by our class included the Christmas dance, a special events program in the spring, and the traditional Junior Prom. With this busy but rewarding year behind us, and only one year of our college career remaining, we are beginning to sense the important role we are about to play. Sue Gates and Sandy Miller Junior Section Editors 138 4 l i l i l l i i l I m-...wana L' " x , REM 'A -.., ,vm 3 t gl 1:32 iw its lm tl 1 14 A Dave Arendsen Cordelia Auberg Stan Boker ' TNQ W: X W' ' N 1 Y, ,,,9,,"::,-:Q-. X "" - , 4- 1: xii' f -1. , B rf? .. We S Paul Bosshardt Dave Brewer Ken Bricker? . If - , , Q' f"'X " y .W "AQ ,Q V: 51 K " 17 C xw 'fi x A fzzzzifm 1' 'Nazis' - fy Q ROQBI' Burgess Diane Burke Joyce Carncross ,LQ Mary K. Classen Lynn Clayton Gary Cqqfeg AI DeRUSl1G Jerry de Sf. Paer Margaret Detrie John Bandy A vm , pl M77 Z ? X 4 Tom Blount -' 9551 Wa, , , ' 4. "f " ' ar' X " .1.,f ,W . gy- , , .df sfi- f ' ' ,, X K A J .A '-B., ,-..,f-:::.-Zncirir H. Wm. Brocker Walter Brod ne Daryl Cepek Phyllis Chamberlin "ww: : if 4 f .S iyr , 54,5 1 if I sy' Herman Cooper Ted Davis ' C7 --" Ia. ' '..': A A ,,,t. i John DiBuono Dan DiVito m,.L1.:.-.L, f 'QA if 1: D F' r iff lqjv x fs I J Wayne Doverspilce 2 . nm, 'Q 'L fi dl ,lu , 'F I '65 ...V Wally Farley 1 V" ', ,I 3 . t 4,1 , l. . 4 9 ka to Q , ' F ' . 41 .. v T, 't 'Q 1, J 1 'QW Della Frederickson av E5 Sue Gates S Bob Durant 6' Rich Fink -5-Q Elaine Frey 'bf Q Y Charlene Dvorek Bob Everett Marion Faist Mary Ann Frahm 1: SW . Q1. . 1 'A . .. -- I " '51-4,-4 1 I ff-qv X ,L 'ggi V , ' 4 w.,,rs1 .V-wx' 1 V, 1 Bob Frig 4-9-7 Judy Gault Elliott C. George, II Joan Goehring Gail Ann Grotiahn Mary Hales 140 pf' 'SML . X .., N , f f gf E fx' 'V Quai , . 1 ,Q 4 ' I y"6:,,?x'f f , K Our Class Advisor Douglas Gillings Mary lou Hansen Judy Gillings Mary Hawkinson fb 1 .. V N: . J.-.4 I, I J K dlp. Q ,, -, ,M , Jinx ,K fiv .iv I .QQ J' 'N MU' 138 E X fr Z KZ 'X i is H WW' " MJ . , , f g f if ' , A 1 1 fd' ? f. .- X 4: . N ,, fy , , ' - 1- . W3 X- K f Q M15 2 v kJi,.2Wi'x ..g fw JR fwfr 41 Edwin Hohmann Craig Humphreys .N - 'Q -.a .R R-fi f V ,uf K f - ' Y M' ' H" 'T ' -' ,. , fn , ' Qi' , j ,,...... .F i .. L 0 . V I 5 , 'r 'sf . f ' - :pg 3 1 ' f-- 3 - so 'V - 5. . .7 : . . we ---- ' Y .X .1 - FT' i A' Q.-I ,L 'F 1 A 0 me k gi x. Q- .. f yi-7' .- . , ' ' 7 fi i n 7 JE f X X f Mr xi 'R Vevgfffr f X f W , if ! fiw iw 1 ' ' f f Judy Koieskey Sieve Lacey i Jeanne Lowenau Jerry Mabrey Sfeve Johnson Paul Jorgensen Roger Kasper . : 4' ,, f '-Q Q v , . .,.1, f f X f f Z .vw , f ' ff f X! X f f J f Dave Kasfler Peter Keseric Judy Kesselring 5.-ff egg gm, f 4 Maude King Miriam Koch Rich Kolar di , 1 , , . ' '., 3 Q fx Zll seq-...f , 3 Q K , t .b,: if ..-Qs , fr.:: "'r.-: K is ' .,.i' 'zi' 'r,..:., Q Linda Ladd Heidi Lang Bob Lawse -.,, sv., 46590 Ri X4 32 X I X J Sandy Miller Carol Mleziva Bruce Nifsche 141 Rina?-mx. ga -41-.sa-1-'.'.a:.,.,. .-1' 'ff AAA? ,M-ff K .L ,ns 'C 'ini 4 i I t I l 1 9' Q I, T7 i , f . ,dll 4 ...,.. , vu.. gnu... 7 I l I l 4 l P l Peggy Novak Jim Nurss , X ' fjlba, X hi Margie Parks Bill Picha Phil Robb Mary Rohlfs Ox G-'--J' Carol Schaal Jan Schaper ' flyn A - B V l '-' jf B X l . .I . A - V Frederik Schulz Dave Seyfried Marcia Ogden 2. s. ' X T1 a Bob Rayneft is 7 ,x l f Q 2, ,. 1 I ' lgfqlmipzkxy, if 4 I -154 ' " jig2,LSj3?2,, I Cary Rufowski + if . . fbi 4 Bob Schappek 1 -W a , VX l - 1-4, Doug Shipped 142 James Ort Takao Ola I K ' S r. im X A .,, A ff- - -us ,, 'f'ff:'A' -1 Q. ' - 2 4 i-Q -",.r.,'."""'-.f- it tl if .A ii B 'W' ' I I W, x ,Q , , A , bQ,' I f V .f N , v 1 I ur Q 4 - M . . .Mm V ,Ii 1 151 ,A if 57, 9 v-. 1 521, , Bob Schield Diane Schmidt Dave Sfehman Jane Strohbeen 5 i ff' 185 ' .rw J if n 'x do gill I no ,Lgamffg-2,-4454-M9 M f -J' 1 1, Q W mm. A Q Y , xx Q f M. X Q21 Dale Swanson .. ie: 3: 5 44 s gk .X V: , R, JL . X Q - A T135 gf ws-W ss' A 3 Q Q... . A Q .fix X gmt, Al 25" ' , rg X' ga , L- 1959533 ry. ,M , 5 ' M 5 if f, : S t - M . ..,,,, f f " , by -,, Q .,,. ' A , Wg ,L " ' i-fi' R if A v ,: Ruby Williams Sue Troell W , V., A .si f Q 'f f 6 A ,W fe f ww. ' 'V-u...,.4,.. - uf .x-if-v ,f i ,..1:1 1 J, 1' 5 az ,. m Tom Williams Z ,r - i.i,bff t U ' Diane Youssi Constanfino Zaharias W ln W f J ack Tucker Dan VanNorman .YM Carole Wells Miriam Wilson sim", N wx - - , I X' is -" 1 X f Xa"i L Q ,, we if Qs,,,'1 J Y Betty Zales 143 "' Lf 1311? 3 Ahab, Ji. Mickey Urban .lan Voss ii'f S ' . , af, fs ,f - , . +A . 4 V 1? jf fm W K i Q X, , 1 -'25 'TZJ A K ' A 2 U X 'K +1 f Q . K im" N ,2- Mike Whiffen A ,f , K if 2 i , M ,X A if a f s 7 i f 1 7 W S Don Wolfensberger Lv -s ' ,, ,fra-1 K X wi xy.. sw 'f igrg ' X J 2 l 2 PM Jean Zebarlh or Ann VanNorman Karen Wandrey Nancy Williams Q im, 91 Xi, K Bill Womer Sharon Zick 12- ' .'3.li'-.e'-,-an I4 .. FZ.. T2 "I, 1,-',E3f',f . r s . -ev' - C2 Left to right: Dennis Lewis, Vice-President, Dotty Fleming, VVomen's Representative, Phil Ogden, Presi- dent: Sandy Schult, Treasurer, Harold Temple, Men's Representative, Beth Behrens, Secretary. SOPHGMORE CLASS Fourscore and twenty years ago our founding fathers brought forth to this territory a new college, conceived in Christianity, and dedicated to the proposition that all people should have a college education. Now we are at the beginning of a new century, testing whether that college or any other college so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure the cynicism and pessimism of our age. We the class of 1965 are met as a group at North Central College to dedicate our- selves and our energies to the ideals of brotherhood, hope, and love for our fellowmen. But in a larger sense, we cannot hope to fully change the defeats and faults of this world today. Man will little note, nor long remember, what we do here now. It is rather for us to prepare ourselves today for the work and the leadership which will be required of us tomorrow. We are in the midst of that preparation, and it is imperative that we constantly keep this in mind. May we, the class of 1965, lead the way into our college's second century of progress by setting an example which will be beneficial and encouraging to those who follow us. - Donna Emberson and Rich Sandell, Sophomore Editors 144 .s.4.n:1Pav-xw an.-w.' E. :uv w.1 ..:i ',:.rv..-. Sue Ahlstrand Q me f N Q U l Q 0 1 44,3 , 5 X .,,--Q. 5 fx' .-Q., Q. 517 -965 :ew - -' ' ,Jag wwf . Dave Beck l . ,J , " Q Q ,V 1, Ron Altpeter . g ' 5 " Dick Attig Y"'-nur Marilyn Bahm an Beth Behrens Mike Bibler Pat Burkhart 4 , , Ken Cina Rosanne Boettner I 7 5 7 ,Q 4 Q M f I ff f 1 M? 'J 1 1, , 1 if Q! 1 QT V John Campbell fm' Carole Colber Cassie Beidelman Ben Bohnsach Frank Case as N, N UN wiv Vlblf V I X,,,, , ,Ab T V Walter Combs 145 2 ff r 1. ZFX. 'WEZWTH ,"" 23.553 ': fi.- Charles Bennefi f Y 1 X Steve Barnes f sf t Q "' f 3 i f gf 4 D Bruce Bettey 5 Karen Brady R ,rw N A eff mn 5 ' Nancy Christman Joyce Conway Dave Briggs 'M ' Judy Christopher Linda Covey in ll? 'T P, lb' I C' f Ralph Cummings ,lv vw-f Roger Duffer Dan Faust I5 I PX X .I 4. ' 4 A i kv? , 1 A f 1 ',. 1 :UZ .4. Vai' ' 1 . V f' :J . , " ', 1 4 I y Jack Dabrowski Don Dexheimer .lim Duffield Donna Emberson 758 Dorothy Fleming Jerry Flora ', CN ful n Jon Davenporf Kim Doverspike dv 'lb' "" William Engler 4 ma!! V 5: K k f 4 fi' if I Q,- Steve Francis "OooooohI These 1 n. -5 ' M an AG, 1 ' 3 dv V' X Q, 'R ff"--"' ' "?""' 91141 Aid' . Robert Franz Don Gebbie Jeri Giss Penny Glassmon , N, ," :1 'y. ' N -11,1 7 'hr . 4' , wah Vx r ' 7, ' ' P .M '.. ' 1 vw ww V " 'O - H0 A CQ , ur , , 1 J XPP f l Q . if hd 4' x . 4 r .L L La rry Goebel Lynne Gollnow Perry Graver 1 Sharon Grenz Sara Gusse i - ii ififlv m e . , . .A .. .- "' " " " i w I.. viftyxvm .J 1- ,fry is . , . , lm www rx ' -Q' .Li fi: if -gr " Ig' A Ang Q ' aL H - J a n ,- . ,rm X 1 tsl ,.,, Barb Haase Dick Hancock new A ,Wy . , ,"'7'J y n X X qfvs-1 r , I. Jon Harper . " 1 .ymv .-+ ,,. f 'iff 2 ff, ' , 'K '4 Q' , f, V 4 55 if ,,,., . 1 V f I f P ff f , James Hartzell Nancy Henninger A-:fi We mentholated cigarettesl" Dave Hughes JK' ,V - .. fl Neal Jones Yvette Kamara Ga ry H o a g 1 ' f R f 511, 3 'ZZ AJ 12 K ww- V , , 1 2, J ,WJ ff.. Ken Herrmann Carol Hurd .,. .jan ' 'P' ..'-my 4: - -. .,-r ...S. nz.. . x xx Us J- . ff' J, K elim, 4' '- J? Elease Harris Ginny Heidenrich Q I I , .2 fc. r f , 1 I9 W, X 22 ce ' 4 f 'Sw , I 0 Q! i Tom Hill .wg 4 :L l . Y f , Q 6 J r if f' X X I Phil Jamison m 4'5" fem Dan Hartman ,..2 i ' f, f W' M "', J -A ,gif Jon Hennig .fsgcr Priscilla Holcombe Leona Johnson Margie Karrow Sherry Keilman -' ' " 1'?2Gll1?'iT' ifQ"iXz'.5s"kl rm?-WF fkifif ti Wfsw Ruth Ann Kennell - .F A, .., YC" ' -nv Taffy Kenfner Susan Kersfner Linda Kepler lx vv Y K I' Fred Knoche 1 V i f l Spencer Krueger fp Bill Lay 'V 1"-rl Sara Koehler 'QV' Margo Kouvavas Bob Kung ln V VY M Ron Lemke "-3? 63 Vince Lang ,P Q , uxvr I t .ii A .V , ?, R. Dennis Lewis 41 Currie l-399677 Lonny Lilly Louise Luepfow 148 ,--, so --nn- Pai King Sue Knepper A! Q55 1 :QV ' lf' .H R 'Q ,. WAP: Z:.:5f -, onelle Kreufzer f - fb. ' gan: V . 11 Judy Larkins 1 2 'J 1. A i .49 L W We ug! W L dw, v Ixus X , 5 if WW 5 j l I Now, maybe we shoulcl l l N w 1 i i Nt' can , I Jean Magoon Doug Malmgren I shoul Tom Mcrean Dorothy May Diane McDonald -b:' ' , ,, Q if ' '12, i f :vi ,X . 1 5 x 2 as X 1, ag iq-f Curf Middleton Donna Montgomery Bob Nelson Mary Neuman 5 ,, 121, , d try washing our clothes. 'x N sf 4 " in 'X gf Ss W Vw , Q5 , Q 5 Ps ,,1.: Q if x . f -ug, N, 9' 4 . if 'M'- Mary Ann Norsman Q -Z: I L! KA! f X5 'Q ik x Barb Pafyk Paul Pawlik Bill Peterson 14-9 'saws' ' H. .1l..,f1-.-lm, Pal McNamara Diane McWhirfer Gordon Mueller Karen Mulrow Rufh Neuman Don Nickolson 'lf'?':':'P X Phil Ogden Bob Olson Dale Plapp Cathy Prucha A , V-1 fel 1- 3 T' l l A l f-:il 'el in l . 43' file fir X' ,Wk- Diane Rock Charlotte Roederer Telex M N. . j l ls. ' Q ,mm i , :, E W 4 v are is ' 4 :xg rig? L P' ' ' -'gui' l of A A Q Rich Sandell Dan Satre 1 J. l l l l ll If Sandy Schult MOYY Senh l l 'l V . U Q ,. 1 f ll ,f I Ellen Smith Patti Stairwalt , I f A . Phyllis Robinson Ann Quisenberry Dorothy Raduege Lynn Rickert Carolyn Rimnac YS' l Nancy Roemmich Jim Schup mf YTVWD' Mike Rumple L Please, let fu f-fav 5 Mary Lou Schertz Nancy Skala If . if Q Q - if 1'4" Y.. K , I V, , 1 i I . K Lazy' . Y ' . 'L . 1 . ' v I I 1 Yx - X ll lxix , 5 ' 'J' W l Sara Stutzman Arnold Swanson Eric Topinka 'P L I lgfclls 'lim ' H' lx I i .l - --'Iv- an . . ,., , 1., , ' s 'if'ar"" ' l K ' ---M wry TV ..L .,-env: 1 v 1 Q, Y if 1 K ' Q P an 'Q , ,M Harold Temple Donna Thompson ,, X enierfain youl Dick Tyler 3' X I I ,Q , ,W 3 ' 2 1 s i V 1 fl P lf f ?! lv x Y I 5 Q A 5 Q sg' aefe Heinz Wamser J. S E iii? 'ww Susan Tounsend Sandy Ufschig Ron Trapp B, my ,. 5 7 k .... -52? X' S fir' f f , X f I 1 Joseph Vacek Jim Vonesh Nfl If r ly f W .,-ff, 'fa' 1? f JN Y J? 2 Q Joe Wanko Chuck Wendt Jerry Wolf Priscilla Wolf '?Aii.3Bi7nf1EZ'.4Q?1x?36?l -f, 31 .Y Q: IWW Yachiyo Wada 0 , . N4 .,,:. .Q Fred Washburn Dale Zech ff .X 5 9 h 1 1 , f QQ f X ng, X f f ff ,XXX I, , ,.. John Tworoger 1 in if S f, ,., f Q my 1? 4 If 4' i,, , A J f , 1 -r f N K Z, 2 f , A I f I J g 49 x Carol Viefh Jean Waldron Diane Weckering Sha ron Zeiss a 3 Lee Whitten, men's representative, Jeanette Miller, secretary, Joe Agne, president, Paul Frey, vice presi- dent, Lana Thompson, women's representative, Jerry Clinite, treasurer. RECIPE FOR AN NCC FRESHMAN INGREDIENTS: I Freshman 2 days' retreat 1 pinch of studying l dash of extra-curricular activities l green beanie Place freshman on North Central College Campus. Set temperature at 84, set day for September 14, 1962. Stir him around during orientation period until he absorbs all ingredients poured over him. When he starts to spin from confusion, assign him secret number "l966" and gently shove him into Lake-Geneva-Bound bus. After two days bewilderment and pleasure, pick up and set into dorm. Prepare him for registration. CBefore self-assurance sets in, add one distinguishing green beanie to mat hair, let set one week. Also, keep him physically fit with early morning calisthenics and one peanut, never forgetting to do it with a smile and a cheery "double-button, frosh!" Once he appears well-organized, he may show some signs of concern as to whether studies are interfering with extra-curricular activities. Little Frosh may even wonder if he is still eligible for studies! To compensate for his worries, send him to work on floats, to build a bonfire, and attend ALL Homecoming events. Next question: "Do NO-DOZ really work?" As Frosh begins to settle into mold of NCC student, put ballot and pencil in hand. Wait for results. President, Joe Agne, vice president, Paul Frey, secretary, Jeanette Miller, treasurer, Jerry Clinite, women's representative, Lana Thompson, and men's rep- resentative, Lee Whitten - ingredients for a good first year! Expose to Artist Series, dances, and plays, blend in a pinch of studying. Mix with Stu- dent Union fun fests, chapel programs, and Saint Angelo. At exam time, give NO-DOZ and lock in room with books and brain - add one drop of intelligence for good mea- sure. Freshman is finished when he turns green while looking at grades. He has learned much in the NCC melting pot and is now "well done." Recipe serves entire school. 152 - Barb Patyk, Freshman Editor Nl!!-Q-vase' Terry Aasen Moses A. Badih Bill Blythe 4'-5' Q Susan Ascot! ,.. David Beall Beffy B roga n iG"'l' Joe Ag ne Karen Bohm 1 bn'-M ' 504-uf"' Earl Boetcher Don K - , Alberts 5. ,, 7? X IW? ff ff' Q Q! V IQ. s 1 . h . , A f 3 -. Eric Judi Avery Bachmann my , , I ac A Sharon Barkdoll Steve Jean Beese Block !"""-'P' f 4 as ,AQ 4 Dawnlee Bricker Barry Bill Bryan Burnidge 153 ,a,Que..a:f1aAfgM:,.aQ:-a..fa,aawfg,s14k,f.w,.f..1f anime?-Q ., w J , -femme ,gig 'FEV fJ'5i-"r.1. ' Pat Burr 4- 'F "' Rulh Ann Burns Allen Busse x x ,Q 'N , 'KZJFV Don Carlson by af" David Collin Karen Christenson Mike Clarke A iw gg 9 if l ga 5 , ' ,- ,, William Clarke Virginia Classen A 9 ff., E 'D ' fv- A 6' A' . tv' 1 1 fy is i k SW- ., Ge, 72 , ,V-'xy - A f 5,15 , fum O ' . 1 c Camille Conforfi Claudia Crosby Ed De Boer 23" aa-4 " 'Nz' .fly fl A Sally Cameron Steven Clark 5,52 Y 52. if-. , ,Q1.,,f fif- , Y lx K, 9 ' W -- 1' i Samuel Clay Carla Decker 1' Q.,-. A-7 Q! fx. l -:Si x , , . Carol Campanella Dave Carlson up-Q ll 5 It Was An ltty TOO LATIl Tiff -l0hf1 Demos Deryl Dfrnmdh Al De Ronda Ruth DeVeny Arnold Diehl Paul Dlsbrow Jerry Clllllle 4 I f ,, if K ' , , YC C m A1 . , f , .w.x,f gg, fl , ai el,, li E+. if Q 1 ' ' -' Arg- Lg, . - .. 4, . J- .. , -. .....Lg.su.. ...:,,,....,.-Q..-4..+,- nav. hx ,bas-rl VZ" x.-v" Bud Dittman John Docter Jim Droz 4'T"""l . Phil Eichling Keith Feiler 'TTTLT' rm, amy, ug htI" elf-WMP' Adrian DuMont Q , 4- , N me 45 Q, 'WZ 7 , 'awww Jodi Ellis ,zzlb Kl'e, ..3Q, Ll I Jim Fowley Q , J 'lg W ,B J in -sv A f , .vm , ',l, 'Z ' i A Sharon Dunn Jeanne Dusek 1712147 Dennis Erne John Fullwell vm.. Larry Frase Paul Freecllund ,V my 3. 5 ,mg TO cuxssurvn PW' Ffev rom Friendreik Dove Fuchs Lind., Pune, tcm.. 2350 ,ne Tim Meyers George Funk Pete Gamberf Albert George Karen Gerber Bob Gerrcns Ira Giese 1 3 ,arm ,. g on .f 1 ,9- . 3 4? " Cgw M, ordon Diane Pau i Goede Gronek Gufknechf Hamilfon 1 1 'bs 'Y Stan im wr" Harr HGYTWIQ fm David van A Heifke Hi s 'V ' TTT' 'f-.1 'fu .iv v, Marilyn ' i Hoffman Hogan as 55 L -h ld Q 4 - 1 K C V - ,- 2 f : - I ff ,f,.fV Q ' f ' 4 X ' I 'iam wh, , I .Zi "' . B ,ww , ig, . Roger eff 'ty' Holdeman Holionsky I "Bur darling, I DID chew some Chlorefs!" 'fps- '. fa '-rs, ff' - Jack Jack Cindy Jeff Jim Edward Holfman Hubbard Jackson Janousek Jelmek Johnson 3 1'6 I i ' 4 f 2 . J 'i Q N W' Sgifwl , 5 133'-. 'qw Q vi 1 HE ff' .Q we ,V ' ' V f- J Www, f gg, '2.M?f ,-, kww ' 'QF ., N ..E"?f?,f ,, Q T2 1 Q, ,241 G7QQjx,v -2 1 ,muh S ' , I 'QL-,, , Jeannine Bruce Ron C,-gig Johnson Kamperf Keller Dean Knepp Kermif Kolslad Dolly Jean Kunz Eugene Lambert Kirkwood Ron Koelling Judy Kosfal Ken Laas Roger Lemke "Jeepers! They get smaller every year!" QL! TT . f Y ,. K' Q R Q 4 Ken Merrill Lighfell Litchfield Charles Elaine Allqen lifweller Longenbaugh Lundin 157 EAEUJTSFQ P2115iT?'?fZ.Ta,.W,5'90!Pi'?.1b'3 -.Q F M,g.ukfsF,'Liw-'AJ jf, W ef., A awk 'fUwl- K 'We -"' f fr ,4 ' . ,V -,.v. if 1 X , ' g i f - f K, X' K f 1 'Q ef 1 Mm gl ' M wr 'mf ,, X' My Y fl if 1 ., fg "' Xl I ,pn- Pia new QMS I Mary Jane Mackie 1SL1.,j.1.', 7iTT'liI 'fri' :- ,-fi 141151 l' . T """ 'ag-,r VP? Steve Mann Alen Marshall Gary May Z9 ' ""..1.'ff Jeaneffe Miller Robert Nelson Carol Newman ...i., - -r'-' W- 1'- ,I S 4 ' Q v f XV-f u 575 x 1 C ' ,, 'sv' , ' f X A I 1 NN u-5 'Mtv' at is .aR,i5'- fe: f . -ov, Gil Neumann Dave O'NeaI Debbie Optner 'Sf f""1 im. sw- 'PX Gerry Pahon Dennis Paulson Jan Paver The well-d ressed freshmen. 1 if ' 5. P .A T ' -an 4 I A . RY. Q ,V e as YQ X f X 5071 . xi U f U 1 ,As I 4 I-nl P 1 I Ronda Orwig Don Owens Barb Pastor J 6, NJ Q f+ 1'- y xv Bob Payne Pam Payne Carleen Pelligrini .4 x 1 s xx yd K e ,F , we Linda Peterson Susan Peternell s 'I J 5" lv i 158 David Poole Roy Polfrock . I , W - ,fi ' f Y 'rf - ,.,.' ., mn. 1 . . 1- .L 1 sw .x.. Donald Pratt Ken Priban . sm' V N yi E 3 J 'ilkrr ,, . . Then There are the shmulafing academic iam sessions." :L vi ? 1 ' r i L: -.'- : Mary Lou Puffkowa BCIrbGra Reynolds .fly My I . 'yi . an M 1 6 I f X f , 7,1 X ' f V X W bl' tml E F' k :tis 23311 fx il '-mg. ' 'Eg gn, , . .5 ,3 1 ,qgizg 32 1.2.11-q':'m. gl 14 -Y Gregg Ricedorf Pefe Rickel Carol Rineharl Frank Robinson Leslie Ross Bob Rofhe : , 'Za - , i , ff -5,41 If . ! . 4 . 4 K ax, A Q J' Q , 4 S VVL .,,, , . V ,X W if 'Sf Q. 0 1 X f f 5 fs I'- K Q Joy Rudolph Steve Sanfroni Terry Schaetzke Theresa Schenk Phillip Scoda Jacquelyn Seavey pa. 'CQ K . hx we Mme' 'PF ' 45 Ron Shaw Carol Skupski Les Smith Chris ShaelTer Dave Simmons Carole Sirfaul ' 159 'z "W an 4 -v-.QQ fix A i "And nexf, a word of inspiration from if., 11, 1 5 :, , V av- i .1 ,- , , fr , . fe '-Q2 ff' Judith Swiech Janice Van Den Berg 43 Ken Websier O r Hon Lang Ton ,ln fxlvi Jim Wade ,' '34 94' -J fc,-,, Leigh Wesner QF-17 -'if' 'T -13"r'f Roger Sperry Joy Sfaller Linda Stutzman Wt. 1, lo -J I , 'sf -'Nz 4 ' '1T""7' 'v 3 OUI' Ch0PiGif1-" Margaret Stuizman Jim Sweeney Joyce Swiech ,Q wif, 'fv "5"P'h-.. Lana Thompson David Truran Greg Tuzik Kay Unke ii "Things were never This bad at homel Jusf look ai 'that fiy do the backs1rokel" 160 Jane Wesflake Donna Wilken 4. xi- ., Jim While Lee Whiffen 1 Mariorie Wilkie Linda Williams , rv - 1 2. ' ,2 . ' fy f -zagsgji ,fl X .ff-4 'K L . fr. 'gf S " -f Q , 2 I . g s I I Sharon Wilson Beverly Winker Sharon Workman Tom Yerke Lois Zaher , W1 S - X 'Tz1,f, 5' fff?7Q"1Y,7fLjf - 15w , 1' rfjls Q, J, t -f H . ,f , l f . X ,, ,wgglzg z h",'- ".. M"?a.2f U 1 "mx .P5'6?Iff',. ' '. N531 Q W ' :inf js f ff 15, 'W 69" ff' 'i A S f'fi1'fg,,, Q4 F. J if f fi "4 ' I ew -RA a , if ' ,, I :54lE3 "' 5 ' 7 W fi f' ' f N X 'i' mhl.2 ff? . f Q L if ' '-., ' ' I 3, -'41 -Q "' ' , ,, Y 3 Q FR 5 5 , , 'P V - V , Bev Zack ' if N 1 QQ , 14, 4 ' 4 'I , ,Y I l L 3 5 , f 1 f 4 1 4 5 , ' 1 4 . 3 . ,, 3 l ! From the playpen of Kroehler South Nursery. Rachel Zimmerman Wally Zook 161 'if?-i:?.1:?:LsB6iiia?iv'v.-fffaav-fe' 'f.'- -'.wwLg1g.-' ,,-. 3 W-'W f f-Y ---- "Aaahhhl The finishing fou hl -4- - ,st SENIOR DIRECTORY DUANE GENE ACKMANN CARL A. BOYKE Commerce Club 3,47 Young Republicans' Club Aj Bi- ble Study 3,4. JAMES BAIVIBULE Commerce Club 1,2,3, President 4j Young Republi- cans' Club 2,4. LARRY BANKER University of Illinois 1,2,3. TED BARGIVIANN Band 1,27 Chemistry Club 37 CAB 47 Concert Choir 1,2,3, Business Manager 37 Education Club 3,47 Ora- torio 1,2,37 Research Lab 47 Student Council 47 Men's Representative at Large 47 Student Development 47 Wesley Fellowship 17 YMCA Treasurer 37 Class Treas- urer 3, Who's Who. JANET C. BARTLET T Athletic Board 47 Dom Counselor 27 WRA 1, Board 2, Treasurer 3, President 47 YWCA 17 Young Repub- lican's Club 17 Homecoming 37 Women's Tennis 2,3,47 Women's Basketball 2,3,4. EMILY BELDING CARDINAL Assistant Editor 47 GREEN LEAVES Co- Editor 47 CAB Movie Committee 4, CAB Secretary 47 Finance Board Secretary 47 Ski Club 3j Theatre Guild 2j YWCA 27 Class Treasurer 27 Women's Tennis 1,2, 3,4. REVA KAY BIESTERFELD CCC Christian Ventures 2,3,47 Debate 2,37 Educa- tion Club 47 Oratorio 1,27 Pi Kappa Delta 2, Secre- tary 3,47 Seager Association 1,2,3,47 Librarian 3,47 Mission to Minors 47 Religion Dept. Assistant 3,47 Chap- el Choir 1,27 Orchestra 17 Speech Dept. Assistant 3. ERIKA C. BOEHM Biology Club 2,37 Commuter Club 3,42 Education Club 47 English Dept. Assistant 3,47 President's List. CHRONICLE stat? 3,47 Education Club 47 Seager Asso- ciation Planning Board 3,47 Theatre Guild Usher 2,3, Head Usher 47 Varsity Club 2,3,47 Baseball Manager 1,3,47 Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA BRADY Education Club 3,47 YWCA 2,37 Young Republicans' Club 27 Kroehler North House Council 37 Candidate for Centennial Ball 27 European Trippers. ROGER BRANZ Commerce Club 3j YMCA 3. JAN BRIEN Band 1,2,3,4 CSecretary 217 CCC 1,2, Central Coun- cil 3,47 CAB Secretary 27 Concert Choir 1,2, Treasurer 37 Education Club 47 Kroehler South Counselor 27 Student Council 47 YWCA 1,27 Librarian 1,37 Who's Who. BARBARA BRILEY LARRY BRUMFIELD CCC Central Council 3,47 Religious Lite Council Treas- urer 47 Seager Association 37 Wesley Fellowship 2i YMCA Cabinet 37 Baseball 1. STEPHEN BUEHLER Chemistry Club 2,37 Ski Club 27 Student Affiliate ACS 4. DONALD B. CHILDS J.S. Morton Jr. College, Cicero, Illinois ltransferl. CHARLES CARLOCK CLASSEN Geiger Dorm Treasurer 17 Mr. and Mrs. Club 2,32 Ora- torio 17 Student Conference 27 YMCA 1, Secretary 27 Class Vice President 27 Homecoming Committee 27 Prom Committee 37 May Fete. HARRY CLASSEN Men's Representative 3,47 Stu-dent Council 3,47 Varsity Club 3, Treasurer 47 YMCA 1,27 Football .I,2,3,4j Homecoming Committee 37 May Fete Committee 27 CHRONICLE staff 2,37 WNOC 1. May Fete King Candidate 3. 162 CAROL ANN COBB JAMES DRUMMOND ELI CHRONICLE staff 2, Education Club 3, Secretary- Treasurer 4, History Club 4, Kroehler South Counselor 2, YWCA 'l, Reporter 2,3. COHN Education Club 3,4, History Club 3, President 4, Var- sity Club 2,3,4, Class Vice President 4, Football l,2, 3, co-captain 4, Co-Chairman of Christmas Dance 3, Prom Committee 3. THOMAS COLLEY Biology Club 2, Education 3,4, Theatre Guild 2,3,4, Young Republicans' Club President 3,4, Pucks Play- ers 2,3, Homecoming Committee 3. FAWN DABROWSKI CCC I,2, Central Council 3,4, Kroehler South Coun- selor 2,3, Oratorio Choir 'I,2, SPECTRUM 2, Student Council Education Committee 3, Chairman, Education Committee 4, YWCA I,2,3,4 - Secretary 2, Class Secretary I, Woe Week Co-Chairman 2, Psychology Dept. Intern 4, Honors Program 2,3,4, Homecoming Secretary 3, Inter-Dorm Council 3, Economics Ass'ist- ant I, Secretary to Dean of Women 2,3, Who's Who. LARRY W. DAVIS Geiger Dorm Treasurer I, Mr. and Mrs. Club 3, Seag- er Dorm Secretary 2, Student Development 4, Varsity Club I,2,3,4, YMCA 'I,2, Prom Com-mittee 3, Football I, Track 'I,2,3,4, Cross Country 4, Mathematics In- tern 4. JOHN T. DEVINE Northern Illinois University I,2. Alpha Phi Omega 2,3, Choir I, Psychology Club 3. DIANA DITTMANN University of Illinois 'I, Biology Club 3, Cheerleader 3, Commuter Club 2, Education Club 4, Ski Cl-ub 3, Theatre Guild 3,4, YWCA 2,3, Young Republicans' Club 2,3. Chemistry Club 2, CHRONICLE Comptroller 4, Stu- dent Development 3, Chairman Senior Fund Commit- tee 4, YMCA 2,3, Young Republicans' Club I.2,3,4, Food Control Board I, Senior Class President. GARY DUSEK Moody Bible Institute I, Commuter Club 2,3,4, Con- cert Choir I,2, Debate 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Pi Kappa Delta 3,4, SPECTRUM StaFF Assistant Edi- tor 4, Speech Assistant 4, Mock United Nations As- sembly President 4. SUZANNE ELLER CCC I,2, Cheerleader 2, CHRONICLE Staff I,2, CAB 4, History Club 4, International Students Club 4, Kroehler South Counselor 2, Oratorio I,2, Who's Who. Pi Gamma Mu 4, Religious Lite Council 2, Ski Club 2, Student Council 2, Theatre Guild I,2, YWCA I,2, Young Republicans' Club 2, Class Vice President I, Class Women's Representative 2, Homecoming At- tendant 2,4, Washington Semester Program 3, Junior Year in Germany 3, Big-Sittle Sis Chairman 2, Home- coming Committee 2. EDWARD ENGEL Seager Association I, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, Wesley Fellowship I, Football Manager 2,3. GROVER C. ERICSON Biology Club 2,3, Chemistry Club 3, Commuter Club 2, Tumor Research Lab 3,4, Student Council 2, Stu- dent AFHliate ACS. ARLIE FAULHABER Biology Club 3,4, Chemistry Club 3, Basketball I,2,3, 4, Track I,2,3,4. JAMES HAROLD FRENCK CAB 4, Education Club 4, Finance Board 4, Geiger Dorm President I, Religious Life Council 4, Seager Dorm Officer President 3, Stu-dent Council President ' .-'0i0WW W?1 "W ' -- ' -- -wg I' N . 47 Student Development 47 Student Conference 37 Varsity Club I,2,3,47 Class President 27 Seager Coun- selor 3. Who's Who. DONALD FREY Chemistry Club 37 Commuter Club 1,37 Oratorio 'I,2,37 Student Council Committee 3,47 Student Development Senior Fund 47 Prom Committee 3. EDNA FULKERSON CHRONICLE Staff .I,2j Kroehler South Counselor 27 SPECTRUM StatT 2, Junior Editor 37 Student Council 27 Women's Senate 37 YWCA I, Vice President 2,37 Homecoming Committee 37 WUS Committee 2. THOMAS ORIN GARNHART University of Illinois I7 Band I, Vice President 2, Presi- dent 37 CCC 2, Committee Chairman 3,47 Concert Choir 2,47 Mr. and Mrs. Club 2,37 Seager Association 2,3,47 Sigma Rho Gamma 2, Vice President 37 Student Council 3,47 Theatre Guild 47 Orchestra 2,3,47 Honors Program 3,47 Phi Eta Sigma I7 Religion Dept. Assistant 47 Music Dept. Assistant 3,47 Who's Who. GARY GEHRKE ROSEMARY GIESE Education Club 47 YWCA 2, Commission Co-Chair- man 3. JOYCE HOGAN GOERNE State University of Iowa I,27 History Club 3, Vice President 47 Pi Gamma Mu 3,47 Student Conference 47 YWCA 3j May Fete Queen 37 Prom Dance Co- Chairman 3. ROBERT D. GOERNE Athletic Board 47 Education Club 47 Seager Dorm Vice President 27 Student Council 47 Varsity Club 2, Sergeant-at-Large 3, President 47 Class Vice President 2j Basketball 'I,2, Captain 3,47 Track I,2,3,47 May Fete King Rex7 Homecoming Committee I,27 Who's Who. Ad Agency 2, Manager 3,47 Finance Board 3,47 Re- ligious Life Council Treasurer 3j Seager Association I,2, President 3,47 Prom Committee 3. HARRY ROBERT GUTKNECHT. JR. Band I,2, President 3,47 CCC 2,37 Concert Choir I,2, Treasurer 3,47 MENC I,2,3,47 Oratorio 'I,2,3,4p Sigma Rho Gamma I,2,3,47 Student Conference 27 Concert Choir Scholarship. PATRICIA ANN HAHN CCC 2,3, Central Council 47 International Students Club Treasurer 2,3,47 Kroehler North Corresponding Secretary 3, President 47 WRA 3, Recording Secretary 47 YWCA 2,37 Inter-Dorm Council 47 Mis'sion to Min- ors Aj Prom Committee 3. BRENDA HEDBERG CCC I,2,37 Education Club 47 History Club 47 Kroeh- ler South Counselor 27 Religious Life Council 37 Seag- er Association I,27 Student Council Vice President 47 Student Development 47 Student Union Board I7 Stu- dent Conference 27 YWCA I,2, President 3,47 Young Republicans' Club 27 Class Vice President 37 Class Women's Representative 47 Who's Who 47 Prom Co- Chairman 37 May Fete Court 37 Midwest Track Court 37 Homecoming Committee 2,37 Chapel Committee 2, 3,41 May Fete Committee 27 English Assistant 3,4. BOB HEINRICH Concert Choir 27 Finance Board 27 Oratorio 27 Seag- er Association I,27 Student Conference 1,21 Varsity Club I, Secretary 27 Freshman Class President C6077 Football I7 Southeastern Eating Club l,2. BRUCE HEITKE Chemistry Club I,2,37 Oratorio 'I,2,3,47 Seager Dorm OFFicer 47 Student Conference 2,47 Intramurals I,2, 3,4. JERILYN HEUP CCC 27 Concert Choir Librarian 37 Education Club 3,47 7 7- A ' - - - 7 -ex --.1- ...L--. .,,.-g..s-Q... -.-H...-. 1- A-. -'. 'U-"v -'i -..L..:. 'r s -vig-7.-fhwlighnngxalvl Oratorio 1,2,37 Seager Association 47 Student Con- ference Central Committee 37 YWCA 1,2,3, Commis- sion Co-Chairman 47 Bible Study Group 2. DONALD WILLIAM HEVKOOP Education Club 47 History Club 3,47 Mr. and Mrs. Club 37 Young Republican's Club 3. JEROME HUBER University of Wisconsin 1,27 CCC 3,4f Religious Lite Council Vice President 47 Seager Association 47 Seag- er Dorm Ofticer 47 YMCA 37 Young Republicans' Clbb 47 Bible Study 3, Chairman 47 Honors Program. CHRISTIANE MARGARET E JAECKEL Heidelberg University, Heidelberg, Germany 17 CCC Committee Co-Chairman 2j Education Club 47 Inter- national Students Club Vice President 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 47 Kroehler North Vice President 37 Phi Sigma Iota 2, President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 47 Student Development 47 Theatre Guild 37 Food Con- trol Board 4j May Fete Court 37 Homecoming Queen 4. DON JIRAK Marten Junior College 1,27 Commerce Club 3, Vice President 47 Student Development 3j YMCA 37 Young Republicans' Club 3, President 47 Seager Dorm Coun- selor 4. DAVID C. JOHNSON Northwestern University 17 Biology Club 3,47 Com- muter Club 3, Treasurer 47 Intramural Football 2,3,47 Intramural Basketball 2,3,4. DAVID R. JOHNSON Lyons Twp. Junior College 1,27 Commerce Club 3,47 Young Republicans' Club 3,4. ROBERT L. JUCOVIC9 Biology Club 3j Chemistry Club 1,2,3,47 Commuter Club 1,2,3,47 Varsity Club 1,2,3,47 Basketball 1,27 Ten- nis 1,2,3,47 CCI No. 1 Singles Champion 2,37 No. 2 Singles Champion 17 No. 1 Doubles Champion 2. 'Q 'hi"' ri!" 1'l'x.',.7'K Z1 - ' 'I RONDA MARIE KELLER Band 2,3f CCC Central Council 3, Secretary Aj Con- cert Choir 2,32 Kroehler South President 1, Counselor 2,37 MENC 27 Publications Board 2,3,47 Student Coun- cil Secretary 37 Student Conference 27 Women's Sen- ate 1,27 YWCA 1,2,3,47 Harmonettes 2j Homecoming Committee 37 May Fete Committee 27 Winter Formal Committee 27 Inter-dorm Council 3,47 Honors Program 2,3,47 Intern Piano Dept. 47 Psychology Dept. Assist- ant 3,47 Who's Who 4. RICHARD KNOESPEL Ad Agency 37 Band 1,2,3,47 CCC 2, Central Council 3, Chairman 47 Oratorio .I,2,3j Pi Gamma Mu Presi- dent 47 Religious Life Council 47 YMCA Cabinet 2,37 Young Republicans' Club 1,2,37 CCIUN Campus Co- Ordinator 47 Political Science Club 27 Prom Committee 37 Model UN Committee 3, Chairman 47 Woe Week Committee 27 Who's Who. QUZANNE KOLLATH Concert Choir 1,2,3,47 Kroehler South Counselor 27 MENC 1,2, President 3,47 Oratorio 1,2,3,47 Sigma Rho Gamma 37 Student Development 4. RICHARD KRAMER CHRONICLE Staff Publisher 37 Concert Choir 1,27 Ora- torio 17 National Science Foundation 47 Research in Mathematics 4. ROY KUMNICK University of Colorado 1,2. RICHARD LAMB Band 1,2, Treasurer 3,47 Canterbury Club 3. WESLEY ALAN LAMB Beta Beta Beta 3, President 47 Biology Club 1,2,3,47 CCC 27 Education Club 47 Oratorio 17 Religious Lite Council 3,47 Student Council 27 Student Development 3,42 Varsity Club 3,47 Wesley Fellowship 17 YMCA 1, 2, President 37 Young Republicans' Club 1,27 Class Men's Representative 27 Class President 371Track 2,37 Cross Country 2,37 Homecoming Committee 37 Seager Dorm Counselor 3,47 Chapel Committee 27 Chapel Monitor 3j Who's Who 4. MARY LEGAULT Commuter Club 27 Education Club 47 SPECTUM StaFF 27 Student Development 37 WRA 17 YWCA 17 Student Union Council. JACKIE LEWIS Education Club 47 Religious Life Council 27 Student Council 2,37 YWCA 1,2,37 Young Republicans' Club 27 Class Women's Representative 2,37 Special Events Committee 3,47 Homecoming Committee 2, Co-Chair- man 37 May Pole Dancer 3. RICHARD LIESEMER CCC Central Council 27 Chemistry Club 17 Student Council 2j WNOC 17 YMCA 1, Vice President 2,37 Food Control Board 2j Chapel Choir 17 Michigan Booster Club 1, Vice President 2,3,47 European Trip- pers 2. NORMA LOHRMANN Northwestern University 1,2,37 Young Republicans' . Club 4. J. LOWELL LONG Concert Choir 1I,2j Oratorio 17 Seager Vice President 37 Student Conference 27 YMCA 1,2. JACKIE LOUY University of Toledo 1I,2j Cheerleader 3, Co-Captain 47 Student Development 3, Publicity Chairman 47 Stu- dent Union Board Social Committee7 Theatre Guild 37 YWCA 3j Young Republicans' Club 3. DONALD J. LOVSE University-of Michigan 1,27 Chemistry Club7 Educa- tion Club7 WNOC. BARBARA LUGENBEAL Commuter Club 3,47 Education Club 4. KEN MALY MABEL RUTH MARKS CCC 1,2,3, Secretary Christian Ventures 47 YWCA 1,2, cabinet 3,47 Mission to Minors 4. DOUGLAS R. MARTIN Joliet Junior College 1,2, GARY MATTIN Band 1,2, President 3,47 Concert Choir 1,2,3, Vice President Ari MENC 1,2, State Executive Board 3,47 Oratorio 1,2,47 Theatre Guild 2,3,47 Men's Quartet 1,27 Who's Who. SANDY MAU RE R Band 17 CCC 1,2,37 Education Club 47 Kroehler North Treasurer 3j Kroehler South Treasurer 2, Counselor 27 Student Council Secretary 47 Student Development 47 Student Conference Secretary 47 YWCA 'I,2,3,4i Young Republicans' Club 1,27 Class Secretary 47 Homecoming Committee 37 Model UN Committee 3,47 Homecoming Queen Attendant 37 May Queen Court 37 May Fete Committee 2. STEVEN MCNICOL Wheaton College 17 Band 2,3, Vice President 47 Ecl- ucation Club 47 Mr. and Mrs. Club 3, President 4. PAUL J. MIEDONA Morton Junior CoIlege7 Commerce Club 3. CLIFFORD R. MILLER. II Jackson Junior College 1,27 Young Republicans' Club 3. THOMAS MILLER Biology Club 1,2,3,47 Education Club 47 Seager Dorm Counselor 2,3,47 YMCA 2, Secretary 3,47 Football 17 Track 3,4. ZETA MILLER CCC 3,41 Oratorio 3,47 Seager Association 1,2, Sec- retary 3,47 YWCA 3,4. ROBERTA MYERS Honor Society 2,3,4. 166 NANCY LOU NEHER Milwaukee-Downer College for Women7 Northern Illinois University7 Commuter Club 2,3,47 Concert Choir 17 Phi Sigma Iota 47 Religious Life Council 17 SPECTRUM Editor 47 Student Development Senior Fund Committee 47 Theatre Guild 17 Wesley Fellow- ship 17 YWCA 2,37 Class Treasurer 47 May Pole Dancer 37 English Assistant 3,47 Centennial Ball Com- mittee 2. GAIL GEORGENE NEUMANN Lyons Township Junior College7 University of Red- lands7 Education Club 47 History Club 47 Kroehler North Treasurer 47 Theatre Guild 37 WRA 3, Treas- urer 47 YWCA 3, Commission Co-Chairman 47 Young Republicans' Club 47 May Queen Court. JOHN NOVAK Beloit College 1,27 Commuter Club 3,47 Student Coun- cil 47 Varsity Club 47 Wrestling 3,4. ROBERT DOUGLAS NUCKOLS Varsity Club 1,2,3,47 Cross Country 1,2,3,47 Track 1,2, 3,4. MARY RUTH ORAN Alpha Psi Omega 27 CCC Central Council 17 CAB Treasurer 37 Education Club 17 History Club 17 Kroeh- ler North Dorm Council7 Kroehler South Dorm Coun- cil7 SPECTRUM StaFl7 Student Council Women's Rep- presentative-at Large 47 Theatre Guild 37 YWCA Treasurer7 Class Secretary 2,37 English Dept. Assist- ant7 Homecoming Committee 2,37 Who's Who. DICK PACHTER University of Chica.go7 CHRONICLE Photographer 3, 47 SPECTRUM Photographer 3,47 Student Council 47 Student Union Board 47 SOS Chairman 3,47 Mission to Minors 47 Psychology Dept. Assistant 3,47 Who's Who. T 15I' FY5U3HY'W Q' 'WUERFZZ LAUREL PIERSON North Park College 1,27 Cheerleader 3,47 Research Lab 4j Ski Club 3. DAVID G. RABUCK, Northwestern University 1,27 Band 3,47 Biology Club 2,3,4f Chemistry Club 2,3,47 Research Lab 3,4, Tumor Lab Group Leader 47 Bible Study Group. MELVA REAM Band 17 Commuter Club 37 Concert Choir 17 Education Club 3, President 47 Orchestra 17 Water Ballet 1. FRANCIS SANDERS Cornell College 1,27 Varsity Club 47 Wrestling 3,47 Manager Football 1,2,37 Basketball Manager 27 Base- ball 27 Mu Lambda Sigma. HARRY SAXTON University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee7 Ad Agency 47 CHRONICLE Staff 47 Commerce Club 2,47 Seager Dorm OFFicer 47 SPECTRUM Sta1"1 47 YMCA 2,47 Young Republicans' Club 2,47 Intramural Basketball and Football 2,47 Student Development Com. 4. MARV SHIRER Cheerleader 27 Commuter Club 1,27 Education Club 47 History Club 47 International Relations Club 1,27 In- ternational Students Club Aj Pi Gamma Mu 2,3, Vice President 47 Phi Sigma Iota President 47 YWCA 1, 27 Young Republicans' Club 1,27 Water Ballet 1,27 CCI Swim Queen Attendant 27 Honors Society 3,47 Representative to Principia Conference 27 Political Science Symposium Hostess 27 Political Science Dept. Assistant 2,37 Chairman All-School Christmas Sing 47 Who's Who. JOHN STOFFEL Valparaiso University7 Commuter Club 3j Concert Choir 3,47 MENC 3,47 Mr. and Mrs. Club 3,47 Ora- torio 3.4. GERALD STORIVIER Athletic Board 3g Varsity Club 2,3,47 Seager Dorm Counselor 3,41 Cross Country 1,2,3,47 Track 1,2,3,4. 167 C, - - W -. -4---an . .8 . ' - Y - .nn JO ANN SWANK Biology Club 'l, Education Club 3,4, History Club 3,4, Student Development 4, YWCA l,2,3, Young Republi- cans' Club 'I,2,3,4, European Trippers, English As- sistant 3, Campus Hostess 3,4, May Fete Dancer 3. ROGER M. SWANSON Knox College 'l, CCC 4, Commuter Club 2,3, Seager Dorm Floor Council 4, N.S.A. Co-ordinator 4, Chair- man of Human Relations Committee 4, Student Con- ference Central Committee 4, Assistant Librarian 3,4, Homecoming Smorgasbord Co-chairman 4, College Speaker to Seminary Chapel 3. NANCY ELLEN THOMAS CCC Christian Ventures Committee 2,3, Education Club 3,4, Kroehler South Secretary l, Counselor 2, YWCA l,2,3, Prom Committee 3. KENNETH THOMPSON Chemistry Club l, Commuter Club l,2,3,4. MARTHA ANN ULRICH College of Education, Oswego, N.Y. 'l,2, Commuter Club 3, Education Club 3, Vice President 4, History Club 4, Student Development 4. JAN UNKE Concert Choir 'l,2 Treasurer, 3, President 4, Educa- tion Club 4, Kroehler South Counselor 2, MENC 'l,2, 3,4, Oratorio Choir 'l,2,3,4, Harmonettes 2. JOHN VAN KANNEL Denison University l. GEORGE WAGNER Hope College l, Biology Club 3,4, Chemistry Club 3,4, Oratorio Choir 3, Young Republicans' Club 3,4. ANN MARIE WALZ University of Wisconsin, Oxford University, England, Mr. and Mrs. Club 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3,4. BYRON S. WARE CCC 4, Varsity Club l,2,3,4, Swimming l,2,3,4. ELAINE K. WARREN Oratorio Choir l,4, WRA 3,4, YWCA l,2, Young Republicans' Club 4. SHARON WEISSING Commuter Club 2,3, Education Club 4, History Club 3,4, Young Republicans' Club 3. MYRON WENTZ Band l,2, Biology Club 'l,2,3, CCC Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Chemistry Club l,2, Concert Choir 2, ln- ternational Students Club 4, Oratorio Choir 1.2, Stu- dent Council 3, Student Development 3, Student Un- ion Board President 3,4, Student Conference 4, YMCA l,2,3, Young Republicans' Club l,2,3, Food Control Board 'l, Homecoming Committee 2, "Who's Who." RUSSELL KEITH WILSON CCC 2, Chemistry Club 'l,2, Geiger Hall Secretary- Treasurer l, Religious Life Council 3, Student Develop- ment 3, Vice-Chairman 4, Prom Co-chairman 3, WUS Co-chairman 3. MAX F. WINGETT Biology Club l,2,3,4, Varsity Club 3,4, Basketball l,2, 3,4, Track 3,4, Homecoming Committee 3, "The Mis- fits" 4. BRUCE A. WINTER CCC I, CHRONICLE Comptroller 3, Education Club 4, Oratorio Choir 'l,2, Seager Association 4, Theatre Guild 'l,2,3,4, WNOC 'l, YMCA l, Librarian 2,3,4, Art Department Assistant 4, Football Manager 2. RICHARD WYLLIE Education Club 4. BETH EILEEN ZABILKA CHRONICLE Staff72, Commuter Club 2, History Club 2, 3, President 4, Oratorio Choir l, Pi Gamma Mu 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, YWCA l, Young Republicans' Club 4, English Department Assistant 3,4. KAY ZICK CCC l,2,3,4, Central Council 3, Education Club 4, Kroehler South Counselor 2, Student Conference 4, SOS 3, YWCA l,2,3. TERRY D. ZMRHAL Education Club 4, Seager Dorm President 4, Theatre Guild 3, Food Control Board 3, Dance Instructor. 168 l , . . - A . .. , Q., , - - , , s. . V..-..s-.t,. v. - M .. - .qs-,sc -' .-.-y144u:nLx:.mmmra"Ae:.mvnnv:re::-fa'.nwv.1aL DAVID SCHWEITZER CCC l,2,3, CHRONICLE Staff l,2, Commerce Club 'l,2, International Relations Club 2, International Stu- dents Club l,3, President 2,4, Religious Life Council 4, Student Development Co-Chairman 3, Student Con- ference 2,3, Chairman 4, WNOC l, YMCA 'l,2, Class Olticer l, Homecoming Committee Co-Chairman 3, Seager Dorm Counselor 3, Who's Who 4. WNFR 1895 iine-'I'-f"9k6T'i- "1" 169 4 Vksw 4 sg.. 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" P itf - ' 'fix Q pg mbuhq, Three Blocks West of Naperville on Rt. 65 CONCRETE for EVERY PURPOSE Radio Dispatched 7 Plants Serving: ENCO Naperville - Aurora - Lemont - Joliet Wilmington - Plainfield PETRQLEUM "NEWKlRK CONCRETE" PRODUCTS DIAL EL 5-T560 WEST SUBURBAN TRANSIT MIX' Routes 65 and 34 5l5 Spring St. Naperville ANYTIME ANYWHERE ANY AMOUNT RO- Box 1 Naperville, Ill. Amr.-.-.-:vw-f '-.fy z::1T-r -- --W -Y fs-H - NAPERVILLE'S NEW CAR DEALERS CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF '63 COLONIEL MOTOR SALES, INC. BUICK-PQNTIAC CROMER MOTOR CO., INC. FORD EGIZIO CHEVY-OLDS, INC. l CHEVRCLET-OLDSMOBILE H LEE SACK MOTORS, INC. DODGE-RAMBLER NAPER RAMBLER RAMBLER CLYDE C. NETZLEY, INC. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Ln- COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE f . S ' ,,,au... -mx-.- 4 X :S 1 H'!ll:'. . illlIII'f': 1 ' "I ,, , I lllliulwlelll' A .fv- Iumll.f-lI 'W BA g 3 l ' 1. I I F f .t THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE is-nm" BANK OF NAPERVILLE Fifth Avenue 84 Washington NAPERVILLE Member F. D. I. C. Compliments of DUPAGE BOILER WORKS Naperville, Illinois Unenniges jewelers Diamonds - Jewelry - Gifts Watches - Musical Instruments DORCAS TOENNIGES DR. FREDERICK TOENNIGES 33 W. Jefferson Ave. Phone EL 5-1321 Official Watch Inspectors for the Burlington Railroad 1,-,..-,F.1i,..,,,,. , ,- V. ,,,. I l flfigf? ffl ----...,l' TEAM WORK WINS ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY Naperville, Ill. BOECKER'S MEN'S WEAR "We Have Something on Almost Every Man in Town." T29 S. Washington DVORAK PHARMACY 811 NORTH WASHINGTON NAPERVILLE, ILL. LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION FREE DELIVERY Phone ELmwood 5-2480 SAND - GRAVEL - LIMESTONE CONCRETE BLOCKS RITZERT MATERIALS A. L. RITZERT Yard at 960 E. Chicago Ave. Phone EL 5-0506 Tires Auto Parts COAST TO COAST STORES 25 W. .IelTerson Street Naperville, Illinois. Houseware and Hardware Supplies Prop. - .Iames Raptis Tele. EL 5-1717 I T I Z I 4 V A Y 1 ,x if i. U 'i 1 L l i i i . i i i ! 1 3 ll Jim-k umlda wuzun. KROEHLER FOUNDED 1893 NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE CLASS OF 1892 BY PETER EDWARD KROEHLER Thank you, fans . . . Thank you 5F'Tl"iii3- "Does anyone have a map?" 1' 'Ls-e le-- 186 Homecoming was highlighfed by The ap pearance of Alfred E. Neuman. The morning after the night before. mann ' W -'vw ,-' V' r , .- iz: n s l Magic moments nn Seager Hall . . . Now, would anyone care io disagree?" Ad Agency Administration ..... Alpha Psi Omega .... Athletic Board . . . Band ......... Baseball ..... Basketball ..... Beta Beta Beta ........ Bible Study ............ College Activities Board ..... . . . Tumor Research Laboratory Cardinal .............. Campus Church Community Chemistry Club ............ . . . Cheerleaders . . Choir ....... Chronicle ....... Commerce Club Commuters' Club . . . Cross Country . . . Damsels ...... Debate ...... Dedication .... Dormitories ...... Education Club .... Faculty ............ Food Control Board Freshmen .......... Green Week .. Golf ........ History Club ... Homecoming .. INDEX International Students Junior Class ....... May Fete .... MENC ...... Orchestra ...... Phi Sigma lota Pi Gamma Mu . . Pi Kappa Delta ..... President Schilling .. Publications Board . .. Religious Lite ....,. Seager Association . . Senior Directory .... Senior Class ....... Senior Honor Society Ski Club .......... Sophomore Class . . . Spectrum .......... Student Conference Retreat . . . . Student Council .............. . . Student Development Committee . . . . . . Student Finance Board Student Union Board Swimming ........... Tennis ....... Theatre Guild .. Track ............. Varsity Club ....... Who's Who in American Colleges . . . . WNOC ...................... . . Wrestling ......... Young Republicans .. SPELMAN EXCHANGE PROGRAM: Each year two NCC coeds spend on 1 17 138 28 1 12 120 70 70 73 54 122 108 109 162 36 69 100 144 126 30 104 1 15 106 1 14 92 77 128 80,97 70 68 130 96 1 16 e semester at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia in exchange for two visitors to NCC. Dur- ing the spring semester, Roslily Howard and Faye Powell lived and studied and socialized with us. 'G' 99 wx" 5 'f P . Z, .- North Central College Library From the library to the Union, we have attempted to present a pictorol review of your 1962-63 yecsr of North Central College. We hope that you flncl this SPECTRUM o realistic record of your college life, your honors, your activities, your athletics, and of you -- the individual. The Spectrum Stuff 1963 North Central College Alumni Student Union ai' ,i - 'aut' If-'Ev 2.-fc 'X I 4 ,V , 'r r . ,F Vg. ,,i,,x.,aH ,Y ,L-AY M W Y iv Y ,Jun W W V Y ' ' ' "' ' ""---' - ,vi--. 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