North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)

 - Class of 1978

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Iv' I 'Elf ' '- 3. ,.- -Q- ""',, J A, V , H 1,g1Q5e21a1'f1'fiiffza, "fi wuvlfz-1:'1.'::g:.v. ' , ' ' , fax- - V 1 QJX 'hYx2.se. wo. 59 see. XSQXQ mi vore. Just cus see. ouwse. -9 vvdvrove-Ci UU: -t-,Yxexe,'5 another wiwvor - ' -vw ,, mr yi, 4 sau In the desert Life is dry. Unattended, The tree strives to survive But dreams of water of life companioned of the granduer of the skies And dies alone. YYXN-vo-r in NA Yiiwxd. A ,..l-A J' '5 LLJAJL 5 NM CD Q Q Q X XIX' fK --.-fi, I ACTIVITIES ' x T QQ!! 5 t r 'A-, . wp? is valign gif' M 'ffl , JI Lff' 9 z "F5ff i 1 J, ax ,, What is a true friend? To Bas- sanio, it was Antonio who gave him the money he needed to win the fair Portia. To Antonio, it was Portia who saved him from the payment of his bond: a pound of flesh closest to his heart. To Shylock, it was his money and his daughter. Well, Antonio got his money and Lor- enzo got his daughter, which just goes to prove, villians were created to be "foiled again." WM AQ!!! Jil' , , if vft.!?y :Qi It ' as my fi, ig, i.. 7 fm! 5 'A ,fha I 'ii Km X . . Ei ei! Qme. ? 1. Y r The Merchant f Venice The theme of this years Homecoming was the Wild, Wild West. The week started with convocation on Monday night. Squirt guns and cowboy hats were sold to help promote that wild west feeling. Casino night in that old saloon -the Cage was followed by a good old country square dance. Spirit was incensed at the pep rally by the bonfire on Friday night. Satur- day morning kicked off with the parade highlighted with floats, the pep band, pom pom girls, and graced by Homecoming court and queen, Denny Shupryt. After the stunning victory at the game celebrated by the Cardinal's victory party, we will all hold fond memories of Homecoming 1977. .At -ii.. :M fx ln. v? Lv ' f. Homecoming Western Style '1 -E. i. 'raw if .Fri z Q, , 4 4 -.on 'Q wx ' W. if sf if at 4-' xp 3 " sri . f 4.1 Q.-f--..,,'.X. sf-. , wr. if 'gg A -"-, U- 'gg Si if p gg. Q, r .aa ,it we S, A Q Q 4 Q, P r N t E A 5 d,,,,,,,.....--- 'f s 6 L. V M FV: V my . 5-,fr ..,.. . faggzl-I y 3 ...t M"m'Wl 4999" h III ,.., ,.,.. , X, am-www-4.-M. . . Wwww.. .. . ........ ..-..........-......,.......fum..,a-,v--f'- fa v- - 1- . ri ---W... -Aw .-U.-.,,,. .X X. 5 -2 .-'. 'Q x V' if 5.1 -znmfvr-. - "" ' "iq" 1 .,4f V vim , V 1:5 W- ,Q V, HV If MIA! I Qyllivtrxlzl Magic And Madness 1 9 7 7 H i "P'E-5JL5Dm2fg.f:-v,. ,uEGM ,WV Fall Fall, the beginning of the school year - remember the lines at the bookstore fit took forever, didn't itj? There was also the first blood drive. Many good times were shared by all . . . Homecoming, Dadls Day, The Mer- chant of Venice, football games, dances and the Hal- loween Dance. Just look back and you'll remember all the special happenings that made Fall. 7 , 3 K ,,,. M, l X. ,W . wgw.-Q55-. ' . 0'S,.,b , . i 435'-x 'W-J Fly' 3 1 ff 1 ,fl 155 'Hp X 201 - Cs: jfv3a,23-lil ffl ffzr fflqtj Winter Carnival ww say be-f Winter Carnival offers a change of pace for NCC students. For the winter of '78, some of the highlights were the gong show Cwon by Nick Smolenj, a student-faculty basketball game, Qwe wonit mention who won thatl, a baby face contest, and a turnabout dance. Blizzard and all, it proved an interest- ing week and an overwhelming winter. 2- ' 4 Q vi 1 .1 4' '7 AQ? 45 H ,ws uw' 43 K 4 Ni, QE? A. ' 1.12 -A ,Q Q, . 3 f K inf ee if I . ' - Call Me Madam There is only one observation to make about a country that celebrates its birthday with fireworks and sends a woman as ambassador to Lichtenburg. "These Americans - how they love to play with explosiveslw Sally Adams fKim Novickij is explosive, in song and dance and every other diplomatic effort, including falling in love with Cosmo Constantine QChris Schultzj, minister of foreign affairs Cwell, he might as well have his ownj. Every tradi- tion that wasn't battered beyond recognition by Madam Ambassador was broken by the unorthodox love affair between the Princess QMarguerite Smithj and a reporter CWayne Morganj. But it all turned out well in the end: Lichtenburg kept making babies and cheese, both couples were eternally united, and Max got back the ceremonial sword. Q, .132 ' f,' 5 --av-Q.:-vw .,,', icfmfrs-X123' ..:,- Q ',q'-,-v: 1 3' A , s ""- ..,, A r a A " :'1- ,i,- 1 :- 1 ...1 :,-: :,, ,I A Azpl , -pip lspl Vlplpt. U A V, i -f. : . , gf M. , ,Y ,. 'Z V W :EL V fir .vA.. .,,., at 4 , ff if a s a 3 E ' -"' "' P 'S ,,V..' I L? z -- I '. X 'i Q' 'W Nl I ,L 5 H, , E . 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Yet it all centers around Charlie's un- likely aunt played by Danny Palmer, who proved beyond any doubt - "What devils we women are!', ' AJP' A f ni s 3 -Q - .,,- ' f '1 'Q ' f .11-QP, :fy 54. S3 my mf' ' 11: fl? , Z r f V, f y? , .- Io 1 I 1 f ff ,fa 7- af ,Mi ,ff 1 0. Spring Thing X, XM N f f ,461 1 law' Tw? ' " ,W ..-, 1 , , ar 'Q ' f A I3 'S . 9 t " ' lo x , b f V. fn ' I .W , A, X, 5 W ,M Q 6 -v 1 . -- ., .. ., , A yy' W Q., Q ,. ,.,.-:dv .A A ., H 1, x . f ,. ,. ,. N, r .. , .,--MN l- 'fffpmi-U 5 ,V W ' ' W? ' ' A GBM ' ' -W . 4 54' fi- , ww .. 1 N . ' , 6, X an A K , V S A, A4 ,. 2 I ,Q ' ,g.,g5,gff .,,. bis C . RTT:- Y,2.Yi'.' A V ,. , ,V Mff'v,?....-.bfi-,. H .isis 9' mir. V X36 A . ia-'Lt' -V: Ak f ,, 'IRQ "'2N"-'V " -"' I Spin ' A ' .Y Rf.: -'Y . an V Q, My ,ik by A 4v'4 X V . , ,N -v 'J ,-f-:-nilx ' -' , ,G :EM I 1 fs 2' .-X, H: hw- ww- '- W -' , .gf , if-, ,,:,,'2, JM. ' I f ay 'zfxi-W, x 4, 8532 14? -.ffzev-fb' S KA My B K 'N- of' T...- 8 -' af., gas,-f ,ab 14" R if 2' , J X '5 le , gil 3 ,. 4 VYQA 9 15 ' ts , n1l .hal Convo Adds To Education K, l . P Convocation has been a good learning experience for all of us. Some highlights of convocation were: Dr. Dario Politella, on ethics, Dr. Martin Marty, Dr. Ed- ward E. Lawler, Dr. Frank E. Young, Senator Daniel P. Moynihan, Dr. Lawrence Kohlberg, and the final Honors Convocation. - fs-a ' fx .. r "Zn "'l2-'5.:,:iE,T g ' h f , 'f,,X,f,aW,3,gvs :N -hx Q. .':-:za ,'-fait' 1115315 "',::5iifY'2'.fr?,'52"- v-'P Q f Y T I, . .V 1. Q ' f ,, .,,,., , . ., ., nz.: ,Q-Y -sz, 'iiifixw' 'Fir XX, r . nf.- 'K 'ft as ,V A . .5 i ge .s 5 X ' -451:55 , 1 Q 'ft S .. " ' -i a: .'2 6 x Q P 3 xx , . 1 X Q 4 gf? . It s it E f ge ,geo gi 3 up A S 5 'si :K , , a- f f Q, , 5:51451 is 1 is x iff: Q is 'P 'litres X v S f X 2 3 Q gf s -s, Sb si"ifwN Y Q 'fi X A ips WS 'Q' 5 xx Z f 1, . Q .K ' - - 1 . s ' .:s.-1:-5-- ' .- x1S,? . g 3' E. I . k ,t zu 'I g .5-.:5.,,,.::. . , -I ' 5 . , . g ig, ,Q " l X 'bf E r. A Q is . -S . '35-N--Q, - - .. '. A ' , E 14 . ,A . ul Q Q. 'V ' V J. ' .. Q -. - I N , , . , - ' . , as -. - - V ,Q V , a . "S, 'H-.A A - ' g ' 7 'ii v C' W L V X Qx ' gd ' : xi .1.i'-2':2: :a:,'1-I., -5 8 'T - f ,V "ffm "Y" ' , g:'.,-3-T-we-"'-:af . , ez. .f 1 . , ' +-t . . ' ws, ti, V , sis.: ' L.. T 2 3-3, 5 ., Q. . "KL 'f' -Q ,F naps, 1. K A V lff' S 'T Spring! qv- F 39 S i 5 , 'lu ii K ii VW' Q Spring . . . sunbathing, softball and frisbee . . . NCC is alive! So much happened during spring term. We had Moms out. There were coffee-houses, students danced a whole day at the marathon, and we generally had a good time. Graduation meant parting with Seniors, we'll miss them, but we wish them luck! I E YA l 2z' . f :' A Y W 1 . 4 '3 - I L1 I 'ill if- " I X La . - - 5 ..'r QR 1 ' Q 0 . s S S s Q . 'll I -. fr rx f w .0 . 1 x I9 N l ' x 1 I rx tx " H 's " Q ,V O Y A , , K ',4', 4? 4 p I g72:n' . W 1 1 ' N 5 Q I 4 l F 5 1 l r , I 3 x 1 V , 5 V I 4 . 1 ! i jlflff " 'J GRGAN IZATIGN S x French nd Spanish Clubs Language clubs on campus encourage one of the greatest values in the study of foreign language - the appreciation and absorption of the culture of foreign coun- tries. 'Sw li 'af I Z' 1 Front Row: J. Bohn, M. Coglan, Back Row: D. Falduto, R. Xidakis, S. Araya, M. Johnson Top to Bottom: G. Veasy, C. Dorsey, J. Edwards, J. Harrington, M. Hollick, D. Lang, L. Hodney, M. Araya, L. Correa . l fm 4 ' ,r ' 4 AW, fr. tflifiliixk 4 ,fafff ft ' 1. w r..-,.r. A AW' W Phil, Paul, and Jeff exhibit what is known in theatre talk as being "hams," Theatre uild They face the audience obcured by make up or run the lights instead of performing before them. This is Theatre Guild. A few of the many who worked on plays in 1977-78 are pictured here. It takes an awful lot of manpower to put a show on stage. Recognition is due all around. Front: M. Zager, C. Lacefield, P. Van Lear, Second Row: M. Clark, P. Havelka, M. Niec, J. Seaberg, Third Row: K. Riley, C. Hall, M. Wilson, A. Garrison, J. Schenk, Fourth Row: S. Mink, J. Boden, K. Myers, B. Williams, J. Corcoran fl g .7 I gf , 'I . P: . i WZ WONC broadcasts from Merner Fieldhouse. C Top: D. Fields, B. King, D. Van D Hoppenrath, S. Sanford, S. Haebich ll, J. Fortunato, B. Nessmith, D. Strickland, Bottom: J. Hendrickson, Zoe Zingle, P WONC has prospered this year with the influx of new blood in the form of Dr. Jonathon Yoder. There's always plenty to do at a radio station and among those doing this year were Doug Van Dell, station managerg Dan Fields, news directorg Bruce Nessmith, public affairsg Peggy Hoppenrath, traf- ficg and Scott Haebich, programming. Experience teaches like nothing else can and thatis one thing Qeven if the only thingl the WONC staff has learned in the past year. sig? Sports on the air with Doug Strickland. 11 Doug Van Dell Station manager - .a..,,s 'CM 4' N- '. A .fi ef , bb., f Ji-.Lv 2" " f-ws, A , , 222 W , if 73271: . , 5 A 11-,A .wr A ir .. ,A 4 , ' 3 ,ff V .Q A v 1-3 f , Q V f K., - V 4 ,, 7 4 , A in WY V .A . , tv V, W 55 " 33741 'F M- 1 'fait' '7CA'4vsl' rr' M. 4? i .Z v - A , , """n-7' fiffif V is - MN' A .1 W. A PM ' ' an 'V ,, A . A A, A, ,. V f I Q., 4' , 5 P O C 0 'if at v 1 6 VW! - .""Mu4.-if MA, K Q . , ,H g ,gk ., -. '44 'V fy Front: P. Beams, M. Maechtle, A. Leppellere, S. Solomon, Back: L. Rey, A. Grant, S. Stone, J. Harrington, M. Sparacino Tri eta A : wk 2 2 11.2, 1 fu , HQAQP Z? "4 fm 469' , .3..?.'fMfa 4 2 . sq ,. ,J V ' i 4 is - fi' 24' W.. ., J 'lg 4 'K ry-nf tif SM. I First Row: C. Bingenheimer, P. Ferch, P. Sakowski, Second Row: D if? Malone, K. Schiesher, A. Vukov, P. Painter, Third Row: W. Steig, L. Tornabene, B. Patterson, J. Studlo, D. Curnock, B. Grys, K. Kwik, Fourth Row: J. Vesely, B. Fiecho, Klebe, R. Hielman, A. Fellow, D. Follman, Fifth Row: C. Kubilius, D. Weber, J. Marsala, K. Maynard, J. Dickerman, Sixth Row: C. Conner, T. Arnold, L. Arnold, A. Faber, L. Free, T. Zendrick Tri-Beta sponsored several teas in the Science Building. il A x 'Q' 1 f9'4f :M fs. 'fri 16491: -ww-5 'K azz.. 4. -90 gl g, 4? A' 0, One of the events sponsored thls year was a fashlon show Officers T Smpes D Moton J Fulton D Rlley Top Row: T Smpes C MCKCDZIC W Smnth L Wade D Moton G Abrams J Fulton Bottom Row G Veasy W Reynolds, A Suggs D Rlley B Verner are .. 'Q -'uf' 7 ETA LTA Standing: M. Wilson, B. Browning, P. Havelka, W. Morgan, C. Van Duyne, Kneeling: J. Jacobsen, A. I-Iart, J. Greenhill 455-- Cindy Van Duyne entertains the audience with her own special style. Several Alumni such as Steve Jacula return again to the ZD stage. Who is that choir boy? Paul and Wayne cavort as few others dare. Once again this year the Zeta Delta Fraternity played to a fullhouse in its two concerts. No one could help but applaud the feminine additions to the fraternity. Notable contributions were also made by alumni and the male recruits as well. Mary Wilson strums and sings to origi nal tunes. JNL' M Chemistry Club I - J if' 3 .,AA,A . f'VQ'W2 ,I W , I Q f' 5 ":: N ' . f inlali-'gINQ,q'uWl? at .ts A fx . all . -, In :Z -S 4 '.,:- ' -1 fi- -' X lf? QQ, 5 til if 4 - 1 ay WJ Q. X X . Af' 5- CQ V Bottom Row: NaOH, M. Sparacino, K. Maynard, D. Tollman, T. Arnold, K. Berg strum, Top Row: C. Creagan, S. Wessels, L. Tornabene, B. Grys, H. Humphrey R A DS Judy Harrington, typical R.A., , , exercises muscle on campus. B Dobry L Swift D Weber K Wilson H Hum hre S Patterson J James J. Calhoun, D. Curnock, J. Harrington, E. Tavierne, W. Morgan, J. Nichols 1 1-v-if 1. ,Am is .C '- 'Q W' Varsity H -. of 1 AR f A a ' X! 'sl ' ,Il ' 1 , X, 5 31 5' ZZ ' '.. , . ff ff f' E , , ,ff ' ll I I - -Y .' . I' Q . X President Greg Klebe congratulates Steve J awor on a jog well done. Top: K. Markwell, G. Klebe, Seated: J. Nichols, C. Marshalek, M. Janes, S. Jawor, J. Hoyt, J. Klemann, L. Fabian, Kneeling: R. Scott, J. Mulvenna, Sitting: V. Jacobsen, C. Long, K. Brown, J. Mallon, M. Richmond, Lying: M. Vandeleur, B. Patrick Top Row: P. Mitchell, R. Dave Rudolf was one of the many coffeehouse entertainers. Carr, R. Taylor, A. Hart, D. Juicius, J. Boden, B. Carter, J. Glennon, M. Spellman. Bottom Row: B. Miller, J. Wilders. 4... . - -"""'., Nt. .X -. ,,.,. E x.EA J, iff. 'I' :TF H. 4, ., ,X vw W Paul Carr - CUAB President This year's College Union Activities Board came closer to accurately reflecting the pro- gramming needs and desires of North Cen- tral's varied student body. CUAB met the challenge of non-resident programming by in- stituting a commuter committee to advise the rest of the board on appropriate activities and to initiate innovative commuter centered ac- tivities. Cultural programs necessary to the campus life of any liberal arts school were represented by CUAB's support of the Com- munity Concert Series. Many students became avid theatre patrons due to the excellent qual- ity of the three dinner f theatre trips. Of course, recreational activities were not slighted as such programs as ski-trips, camp-outs and Game Days were made available. The Visual Arts Committe brought a great variety of choice, contemporary films to campus that made movie going fun as well as inexpensive. Social activities were boosted by organizing a week of concentrated activities each term. Homecoming, Winter Carnival and Spring Thing Weeks were the result. It was a good year for student activities and the joy of the student organizers was mirrored in the faces of all those that participated. The ChroniclefSpectrum float was the first prize winners in the CUAB homecoming pa- rade. l I , 1 Q 71 'Wil ., xx-4:4h'nvx xx' xiii' sf K N-NN A X gv E gn , V x as it , , W Aq V n t . I ,.: ,ss A' MN' X 1, Q 'N ,, K ws' 8. Nas ,AY R M 4' ,ff N, V v . 1 .f K as :3.v"5i?fdF 1f' it ' 4 1 ., QM , " it -1, ,Q V V. er' Q ' wg x 1 ' " . H 4 ' ' - ' .. N., 4 .t S , M' V ,xv 6 2 , . -I ,. in 'ef K .f 59 .. X ,ag v ANN , QV 4 Q B wa! I 3 l fi L if ,NHS " . 'A R ,. . g .:.1"'l , . . s.-, Nz., , , f is ' ,Y SQ, Q , -. :A i if f V., - ' Q ,ff 7 If QQ. . ., 1 we 2 3 W, 1 3 1 .. " . 1 l e '- ,., v 37' li I ' ' M ' 'Y 5 2 " -. iii: Y J. ' ii ' ' N' 'M' V3 .1 if . Y 4 Q 2 .N is . if ' . .::-:-1 new 'u i -' 1, . ,.,. ?::.5,iE4 A: ,NU 1 F if Q 5 - i Nga? ,Q as W ft ! :gtkmm S J'- hat's LIFE has become an integral part of campus life since its beginning. This year found it involved with square dances and pie eating contests and old games and new games. Spring Thing was the occasion for L.I.F.E. the gaming. A grand time was had by all as NCC students wrestled, threw, careened, and slid away a sunny afternoon. Now that's life! L. Arnold, S. Motzer, D. Maxwell, P. Ferch, D. Browning, Cab- sentj J. Petrie, D. Shupryt Practice .L Cheerleaders nd oms T. Reding, A. Nash, J. Johnson, C. Murray, S. Rodesiler, L. Lane, S. Rodesiler, C. Goodwin, C. Ridlen, L. Rey, M. Jenkins, C. Porter, S. Regan, M. Maechtle Makes Perfect W- Q Q . ht, - The Staff went through a lot of changes this past Q year, but the paper always made it to the . presses. Despite any rumors, the book has made it as well. You have the proof in your hands. Cindy Sikorski fleftj was Editor-in-Chief Fall and Winter. Brian Fiecho fopposite pagej took over in the Spring. Chris Larsen iBusiness Editor - Springj, Larry Fabian CBusiness Editor - Fall, Winterj, .Ian Boden fCopy Editor - Springj, Mary Janes QCopy Editor - Fall, Winterj ,IIT .., 'WNV 4-', an v , ,- ,.:.. .- f H 4 A fini rpg QW E W ' C feir ,.... PM' 1.4431-un-........- f The Chronicle - Spectrum Staff 17 Staff ffm Ihre ,S fAbovel S. Wessels, D. Wordinger, N. Carlstedt, J. Wofford, D. Rhea, S. Mink. Spring term editors not pictured: Bob Paveleck, David Schoreder, and Ken O'Young fLeftj Kriss Brown - Photo Editor and Judy Wofford - Yearbook Editor fBelowJ Brian Fiecho - Editor-in-Chief. Also not pictured is Jim Callahan - Photo Editor ! ,Q , 5 t,,, .. ft--E H- -..3.X, . . , J Xl:-'-fwiiemi . ....., , M . 1 -YV , . ....-A an .,,,,,,-wg . M , , A, V- I l ,Z .. - kfxkf 41 fx ,Af A-q Il' ,4 ,I f ' X 1 NX I: N xl x 0 5 1 ,gg 1 Q!! M' oi ff i 'sw if N" .-x nw' fx , ,if ,rf- Nr!- ,,..., 1 :1f"fX!'o:-1l'fa':Nf ii1pfE:j?5 3 fig- A ' V r V K , A ,, I QV :- . 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Farewells need to be here extended to Mr. Joe McKane and a welcome to Mr. Lee Wade, as well as apologies to Hank and Ron Guenther who are not pictured here. -is. 35 ah 'Pee vsp... RICHARD LUZE - Vice President of Student Affairs N131 ' ' ' 'i 2' ?? . WW 5 in gr, 3 fl GAEL SWING - President JAMES TAYLOR - Dean of Faculty at 'X f I A... wow 4 N.. .Lf LEE WADE - Financial Aid MIKE SPELLMAN - Union Director In ld Main ROGER KRAHN - Associate Dean of Students Among The Students LLOYD KRUMLAUF - Assistant Di- MIKE MOSER - Campus Minister rector of Admissions ANN RYAN - Coordinator of Residence Life so 1 l v Row one: Ann Ryan, Joyce Martino, Vince Martino, Tom Rickert, Andy Adams, Ground level: Ronnie Woods ,,,,,,,,qiwnn- - 1 3 ' f ? " 1' - . ' is .ff -9 ' ' " 1 , 1' viii, ff. v ig. ., 'X fp ar , "-'i We 'Cl 1 114:15 , ax I, 'jj ,321 1.-3, Q? BILL POHL - Saga Food Service ww. Making Dorm Life The ingredients that make up dorm life are not only the students in the dorms themselves, but also those who do their work among the students. Special efforts on the part of Mike Moser, campus minister, made him seem a fitting part of dorm life along with the dorm directors and Bill Pohl in the cafeteria. Faculty - The Source And The Contributor The composition of the faculty makes or breaks the true value of a college education. We have pictured professors here who will have to be representative. Our apologies to those who are not pictured. There was no in- tent involved, merely oversight and poor orga- nization. Permit us to acknowledge each facul- ty member by name at least, and thank each one individually for his contribution to 1977 - 78. Biology Russell Hanson tal Terrence Marsh George Mukunnemkeril Wesley Stieg tbl Marie Tucker b Nw.. 'Nh M. ... ,.... 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P? -edf 3, Q l ' 2 we -A-we .9-an uN""' 3 English Kathleen Black Cal John Cerovski Cel Priscilla Grundy Cel Richard Guzman fdj Michael Haley fbi s. fl b m 1 1 1 no xg + Psychology l Robert Eme Cdl I Olga Englehardt Cal William Hilger Chl Dennis Kennedy Ray Littlejohn fel 3 W-'SR History Clarence Roberts fel Barbara Sciacchitano Cal Sociology and Anthropology Donald McVicker fbi Lucy Rey ff? 1 'fide' Education Morris Baucher Barbara Carter Cal Gus Constantine Qbj Physical Education Rick Burton Qgj Allen Carius Cel Hank Guenther Vincent Martino Qdj Dennis Ryan Qfj Beverly Thornburg fel 64 I f. YW 4 ' if fi Liu. d f wm R, 14. 0 ? 7 ig! K x fb Z i All n 1 Y Xxx A, You put what in my coffee?" I 4 But, dear, that tickles!" JI 1 firm .1 "Who broke my tick-tick?" 1 - A E., V -,3 ,S A, - 55 -. xr W.. f 3 , f if Q w a, . a, R , : ,. s - s 1? A a s t 39 R me H dl Us A tw . 551' Y' t gf We 'QQ . is . "Qmff!lUQ at .ia Hn X"'kz,-N "Pm having it removed surgically next w "I didn't want to play doctor anyway!" k. '40 K 39 i W A Offices of PRESIDENT You tell the cutest stories, Mr. President." "Say who is that behind those Foster Grants?" i 67 'A ml-Q 'A 3 f , 4 55, K ... ,Q Nl 4 N L UN DERCLASSMEN X 7 A Allen Alberter Steve Altman Nick Anastos Lori Anderson Susana Araya Lorraine Arder Mark Arentsen Paul Armstrong Todd Arnold Holly Baffa Debra Baldwin Tim Barkman Darilyn Beal David Behrens Susan Benbrook Carl Bergstrom Bruce Bieritz Marcia Bilbee Kim Blessman Randy Blomberg Janet Boden Joe Bohn Brian Boyer Michael Brennan ! ef, , , 4 M N Q 4 4 rr' fl it f WF , 1. i, 'HX ,, :wg ' 'Du :sf 'eff' we X. 'iifiiisi Z' , .tags , . , 14, ..,.',f.v 2' " gif ,V ,ri-4 -jQi,4ifQ1f', k' , ' V' i " ' 'L' 1 j:fVfl' .fl A :1:, 4' 'i -, " - ' -11' ll 3 ,V 4 , N. 94' V . I 1 r 1 W ,W 'V 3 ' '779 it 577 V. f. 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'LW fa AA On Stella's Birthday, 1719 Stella this day is thirty-four, fWe shanit dispute a year or more.J However Stella, be not troubled, Although thy size and years are doubled, V ,sf .I xi-an Ya-,f x ,f"" wi 1,3 " if . 5'7" i , 1.14 .i -- A '. . 74 ' , ,,,, , ' if gfffy 4 ll ..... fi 31. Q I f I W W,Z,.7,f7,w I " 'qigjf , " G J. Z ,A ., l N., , , V , 'Q '.,. , F ,. A . " " f'f, . ft , ' . 'l jr Q ,. 1 V7 -43'PHf War ff, wg, ,I 9 4 .I I, . Since first I saw thee at sixteen The brightest virgin on the green, So little is thy form declined Made up so largely in thy mind. Jonathan Swift Deborah Dox Dave Drazkowski Douglas Eberhardt Chris Eckel Cathy Emmerich Daniel Errico Debra Falduto Sandra Farnik Joan Fassl Brian Feicho Dawn Fendt Pete Ffitch Daniel Fields Richard Findlay Renetta Fisher Kathy Fleming Tom Fousek Richard Franzen Dan Frasco Lawrence Free O I .V ,,., f " "'. -.., J "" Wif i fri t ,Tis , Scott Fretag ,V I Celeste Galizia Mike Garcia 5 V, V V VM ' ' ' H ' K ZW' ' '.'3E"F'r3 V Q48 "i l Alice Garrison fx, I. N, f 15 ,U 4 - Y ,.. 5- ,w i iv - f .73 V 4 Vl l 1 97 ,,.- 3., Ysaax ' ,V V Vx ,W V ' j , , , r, f 1 nr: J f rl . ' 0 , . ' '-I 9 I ,xr ..,. .P . 41 Y nf.: 1 , ,.. - , 5 , . Anne Garvey , Q Agfa Karen Gibons Scott Giere Beth Gleason -5 Sheryl Goodwin Arlene Grant Q., . 3 . .,,. Grant Grastorf V Mike Grazioli ' - f I ir. ,., ,, A' V, I PS.. fs.. E-. WI! V VQVcV,, VV if ,, X ii- in X Fragment I would to heaven that I were so much clay, As I am blood, bone, marrow, passion, feeling - Because at least the past were passed away - And for the future - fbut I write this reeling, Having got drunk exceedingly today, So that I seem to stand upon the ceilingj I say - the future is a serious matter - And so - for God's sake - wine and soda- water! George Gordon, Lord Byron V 'Y' ,,,, M 'I f YJ- "' M " I ff . ,,,a ,M ,,,. ,f aff. ' -.-mf , ,.,, VV V I , V,VV e 'I f fi I , wfifigf I ..., I , 5fl ,.,-ff 1 I i Q - .A . 1 iw. f-ffl .. . ma fri rr - V l Var.. A, . " ' Y- f a "V I - ?'.fl'7lii'ii1 lf'-we x V . N nj Va" J l Y -' .,., "I f . VM. .. a.,,i , , . 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' '.?uSfx " Cheryl Lacefield John Lacefield Lynee Lackore Mary Lammers Lori Lane Steve Langreder Christopher Larsen John LeDonne Linda Leeseberg Tom Lemke John Linder Cheryl Long Kurt Longnecker Milt Lovett Mark Lunsford Mary Maag L 2 6 .ii . ..4l fx f 9 A ff? we gt 1,1 2 Tiffin , V1 ::34f-'14 1.5. V , so , 4, 'V , 27' ,Q ,. I ,H .f t , I , . ' -, 5, . - Y X59 -A ' -- - f , ,. NA A . , ' te"'4 ' f ' f ' 3522 1 , ,fr I 41 1 ,g Qi ,' ' I L i n ,ji 5-7 f ' I 1. he 1 , I .1 - X, -31 gm, ' : v. ,ha . ', ,543 A . V ' . , ' f-at El sw 4 S, 4 . v, , -V ,. ' , L, 'gif .. 5 491, lv I , ' I 5 ' 1 1 'gf 'Lv ' , 7 ir., o Po I ' . f " 'R ' ' x""" ,uf . ', 3 1 Q4 ' rf, - 422' '27 0 I H 4 ,, Q, 47 ' egg it do 1 1 M ve v- Q f Qtr" . V '44 553: -' , f- ::'::5. w -" . 2' it .453-'grft " :. .-, .. ,,... .... . ,.,. , "Yr-1 I "sun ::::e...:':.. 25:1 U I! gs. J , 4 If Q4 , , 1 I ,. 'S A fik 'Q P A 3' X i ' J.- Q V . N Q ,, . x xr, ,r x ,,,., If K . A X, A Ja' f, 2' a ' v-' , :gg , 1 ' , - ' . a S iv" e ta. 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Ezra Pound Karen MacDonald Doris Mangiaracina Dayla Manis Tom Martinez Linas Mastis Eric Matthewson Martin Matushek Kirk Maynard Stephen McGarry Robert McGrath Kevin McGowan Bill McHugh Charisse McKenzie Karen McWilliams Barb Miller Gary Miller Jeffrey Milliman Kris Miner Susan Mink Judy Mitchell i, Susan Motzer Frank Mowatt Us W' 3:4 I X- F, Colleen Murray X Q' N fx Kelly Myers fa: 'Q .GZ '- P "'TY-W' F , 3. X 1' ,QQ 1, " Patricia Naughton '13 . QL Nancy Naumann E L ' K by Rickey Nevsimal in 5,5 1 2 ,. Art Newey ' Ni r K lv 'N fl f J ! L - 5- ' l if A A ' y y , ' Ti mg? 'R fj- x 'L' ,. N ttf! ! , X 4' A K X 1 ,iv ' I Jay Oberheide Sue O'Brien Thomas O'Connor Kent O'Grady ik ,,. E 'Qz Mickey Mitchell Glenn Monken Michael Mores Toby Motycka QQ 'f we-2 - f .eh of ii, jk James Nichols Dave Niedospial Jean Novak Kim Novicki jr' Q?" 'v 1"":' -nu-qv f7f'r .hw 1 Y y -Q , we I-5- V 1 X 'C N... Y we X if X 1 l 3 W f I N as Q . ,N?1, 4,, ,,. 'S I Mdigmh X 33 f-. if X 1! 9 ' Ywsw - 1: Ax . 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" 'X WRX, , X ' 'X X X N LN N "xNxLi.Qxy:'-5 xktfseki s bf?--. '--2, X 'Rx 'X K SPORTS -PM . V ' Sfs:mz -1 N .NK Grant goes up for the shot. gill' John Fulton exhibits superb ball control 9 t s A Ball game Y Free throw pomts can become Vltal to the outcome of the game MQQQ fwtfkf WW .ML .3 2.0 O S Players anxiously await for the rebound N""" V 'f..p. V - 'a:""""r---..,.,,, "'4 ' .3 NCC displays good defense with one on one. if X a P, x Ig I xx X H. , I J..:f Y if . 5 f if Q t - 3. 1 -" W: I I . 1-.-5s',,':: gs. ' R iiiisni ' - ' 1535- ' Z 2gff1:',.j,, flirf-'-ati: . PPDUWWQ'-"4K.' W, 1 Q 1 ,ff s 44' 1 gf? ' y 4 Q. .lf . ' - With the freethrow shot, players move for po- sition. ' The basketball season may not have looked amazing on paper, but some pretty amazing feats of basket- ball finesse were shown on the courts along with quite a bit of promise. The teamwork was the most gratifying to watch. Good teams are not made up of "hot dogs." The freshmen additions should receive due credit for the talent they brought to NCC, but let us not forget the veterans: G. Obermeyer, J. Ful- ton, P. Hoban, J. Rainis, K. J. Louis. 45 1 ffm fe. ., 0? Q Q M a,-- Q s , -.V. up it , , F ,Twp Mi? . ' Q3 Coming toward the end of the race, Pat Kerrigan leads a long line of runners. The 1977 North Central Cross Country team, de- fended NCAA Division III champions, was perhaps even stronger than last year's squad. This face was evidenced at the Notre Dame Invitational. There, the Cards posted a composite school record for 5- miles. Top returning runners included: Steve J awor, Rich Scott, Dave Bashaw fAll-Americanj, Bruce Fi- scher QAII-Americanj, Bob Patrick, Jeff Klemann, and Jim Nichols. This year's team was strengthened im- mensely by the addition of several top freshmen. Jeff Milliman, Dan Skarda, and Pete Flitch had all shown varsity potential. With this type of depth, the biggest prob- lem was determining who should represent the school each week. We had so many great runners that, had many of them cho- sen schools with less cross country tradi- tion, they no doubt would have played starring roles. However, we believe that at NCC, each man, due to the intensity of competition, would come closer to reach- ing his potential. Al Carius 4... ,...L. . .. .l ,, . .. - -A 5 -S 3 -Q ry 1. , .rr-'L4-Pj-. r " , usfiaazfr. , 1 tg' 'fygjisf w ' ,E tiwsgz' ,ff : - -0 Q 5-?'5gi1ax:2i-if , 2 Owl- ' K' J 1 A ,xxfgz 1 - . .Q . ,., .X 'YN ' , ' . t . xlkf A 5 5 , W ' -N r. .wil ' 5 ' f ' rf. .. ', . v ,, D Q F. I ,N -f s - -A . .H , . , R psi SL- 62.5.94 P37 N E r- f- -1 1. .. x95 'fy Sb '- '5 ,, V , ,, , , ,V .,.-, , ' a .' ' 'feeli in s . .. fp f- . ' ' '-9.335 Ely iiirg At the halfway mark, a NCC runner covers the course in record time. 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' ' 1 Klemann, Keith Jacobi fasst. coachj, Coach Al Carius, Scott Barrett fasst. coachj. Back row: Jim , wifi - an Wolfe, Mike Garcia, Jerry Hendron, Mark Richmond, Art Hutchison, Mike Steben, Tom Malia, Joe ' Mallon, Dave Bashaw, Steve Jawor, Mark Wenneker, Rich Scott, Pete Ffitch, Coach Glenn Behnke. ., h e .. 'Y' mlufiiig , iwiwfiii 3 ,, if fglttisiikxllg Riseiiigg, iULIEi,Qre'1' Y' 4 , EJ l Q M :i . it ' V , , X 2-1" " - ----- - -Qi. Determined to win the game . . . :sun-A .,,,fM-+"""" .av The '77 season brought many new and needed members as well as renewed interest in the Women's Tennis team. Individually, the team faired pretty well. Patty Potas was eliminated in the quarter-finals of the state AIAW meet singles competition in Quincy. But, unfortunately, the women could only lob together two victories against the teams from Aurora College and Elmhurst College during regular season play. Despite lack of outdoor courts, NCC hosted thirteen schools in the Cleo Tanner Invitational. On a whole, the Cards finished 13th at the tournament. 'Qt xi Vi a Q 97, ' Lorraine Arder serves at matchpoint. E i i I i i P Y fl vi E! I3 it WOMEN'S TENNIS. Kristi Anderson, Leandra Polasek, Lor- raine Arder, Dawn Fendt, Annette Leppellere, Patty Potas, Coach Thornburg. 1 l V 105 l l as za., L i.rE1"f:" l':i::5-iffifffz fi-fzii . 'fisf k - '.i25...1-1 zz 3 5-'1 w , 'Aff'-EI :r , f'E,5-.,. . .. -iam... , me- . t. ., -ff, ,fr v. an-f"-s. - fa . slr .5 tiitxf 39? vi- -4 Exim! it ,x'QsrC':Nz 26,2 -ss -wi ff t Y 4 Sk 2 A 'bs X is. as REQ g g? X 'S' pst ' H. fs Xa . , zgiwuf 'iff 5' 2 4 kk? VI' fl? fri t Q, ft, V ' if '-'if 2:5 ff ,sf SEN? N if figimflzi .1 1. ,ms as , . ,sh Ik -mx: gs , . NNN -1 ., .. , 1 mr as :ea -K tx, -,Fi Wt , aw. N 12 'S- li 1 S VOLLEYBALL. Front row: Liz Lutter, Cindy Marschalck, Kim Hitzke, Jackie Slowinski, Becky Sphatt. Back row: Coach Hill Mary Lavine, Vicki Jacobsen, Dennie Shupryt, Joyce Radostits, Sue Micklevitz. Despite the concerns of inexperience and of lack of confidence at the beginning of the season, teamplay improved as time progressed and the Volleyball team had strong potential. Each of the women possessed a specialty either in hitting, blocking, setting, or court playg all which helped to mold together a well-bal- anced group. -A Dennie Shupryt "kills" the ball. X112-an-'fuels il ,- ffws Www -:,V4 1,,, .,,, ' jr fp... ,. M, 1 ,, .1 if ,,-,. Z-gg .. , Injuries of Joyce Jablonski, Sally Sphatt, and Dennie Shupryt plagued the team at different times during the season. Shu- pryt's assets of blocking and power hit- ting were especially missed, but Coach Karen Hill expressed praise for the team's response to that challenge. "Exciting" could be the word to ,describe the season overall. Good recruiting last year brought talented women to the team. Karen Hill became the head coach with new strategy and new ideas for the team. And to conclude the season, NCC held the national AIAW championships on Dec. 7-10. As the referee looks on, two South Chicago volleyball team members try to block Sally Sphatt's spike. Vffan? 4' Y 'W' 9' J' ff.. . " "Wi, V 1lffA:i1fff'21!'fff" ' 107 an .2 ., 5, gg, .a5ff1mMffzf' rave.-..: V, ma- ft. .,- 4 CROSS COUNTRY 3rd in NCAA Division III 1 Occidental U 148 2 .. . Humboldt State U 152 3 NCC 200 ' 4 Mount 'Union 207 5 Brandeis U 235 6 . . . Bates College 244 39 . . . Augustana 901 41 Carthge 933 . VOLLEYBALL L Wins: College of DuPage Trinity College Trinity Christian Judson - Wheaton Barat Losses: Olivet George Williams U of Chicago . Chicago State Lewis College of St.- Francis 8 Scoreboard WOMEN'S BASKETBALL season record: 7-9 NCC 45-Eureka 44 NCC 41- Aurora 34 NCC 49-Wheaton 47 NCC 49-Spoon River 46 NCC 63- Judson 39 NCC 50-Elmhurst 26 NCC 46-Ill. Valley 58 NCC 46-Rockford 57 NCC 60-Thornton 69 NCC 50-Olivet 74 NCC 42-Trinity Christia NCC 60-De Paul 88 NCC 54-Lake Forest 68 n44 ouive Got To Know he Score! WRESTLING lst in CCIW TRACK l NCC 69.75 2 . Augustana 62 lst in CCIW 3 Millikin 59 4 Carthage 54.5 l NCC 204.5 ALL-AMERICANS Bruce Fischer Don Milkent Larry Simmert WOMEN'S TENNIS Jim Martin Mike Mores season record: 2-7 Wayne Reynolds 13th in Cleo Tanner Invitational I 1977 4- 1978 ,- . 1 f -v .A"0lnn9.: +12 ' ' fig! ' ' D42 le '. . is ' f-:ici I -4 0.62.11 N7 1:35 . ifkyif . f'--'fam' f ,Q , :s,?f"-74,4 L 31151: .V 1,54 594 ' " ,M ,V . . , ,,,,, Q., 1 . in , we k"1f2'-ffif Q .. , , ,V sivggfg-N 221 1. . , 4 . - .-ff. Ig," ::w.?1 f, 4, dw 1 11 ,g-.pig ,,,,ai+g 1 wffrv.-.f'2 ,, :. f- 1, ,. ,, ., . uf.zlf'ffZ4ki?g1.4 via-1111i-71 ' 2 'L .L-rw.: fff",1f'.1,'wf5ff A ff' u '1"""""---f- 1- W H .. -. v,,v , v , 1 'N lim- sr' - . - -. :qfgif 1372 mir" ' "Ir . , ., , . M.--,L V ,5L:ffvQg5','gig-'4fff:.v,4. 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H , V . ' ,' 5 ' , 4 1, af. v, , ft f'1"2'., arm - ,W 'a Q ,Aga M., av 24, gig- 54" ff-, .WN ' Y, V ,H .. Luv 'Lf Vg QQ 5 J f I5 E E "f -jim ...W .... .,,,, ff.,, 7 ,,,,..,. ., ,,,.,V., , ...Y,. ., .,,,,A,, , ..., a,,.,,.,..,,,,., v,., ,,,.,,.,,,., ' WOMEN'S BASKETBALL. Front row: Mary Rizzo, Dawn C Sally Sphatt, Mary Janes. Back row: Coach Hill, Mary Finnegan, Cheryl Long, Sue Micklevitz. "A' ' In commparison with the past two seasons, . Women's Basketball team improved greatlyytlrist son, coming up with a 7-9 overall record. 'lar '.,, ' e'rte-r-i the past tW0 Seasons. theffwomen then .,lt . ' ,',4 . , -,ff. gf games. ThlS yCaI', PTOSQCUES-' ooked increase in the team's s1ze, better f 'f more experience. The excitement began game against Eureka College and Sally second, game winning lay-up. Dawn 1 tent scoring and the team's overall balance in the positions played and skill level. aided 'L e',,, dous efforts displayed. 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F , L Q - ghgqjjii 3 ' , 4 e, .f 1 -5 -43-jig 3 N- 1' if f' ife ' . has 'YM ., if wa, use 'e ' it -N 9511 .M ' a " 11 ily, " R' 'T' f 'A' 1' V me 3 1 "' A1 ",. ff- " I -. .1 Skiers? ' ' ' f A F, "A' lux. 'M' Z -3 ' 55 A . " I 2- Q ' " V.,--5 'EA' " A 1 Q' A X' if I .ESLA ., , .WJ 2 ., i, K X -- ' HLA .i I I with K A V, y 1, . -an ,t ial ,i gi I! 4' Q M he l 2 1 , ,,,, ' an If 5 , N , 54" -1 r , +R. ...L - V4 . , ', . t W. Q Ns, - 11 1' v -1 as 1 fi! '., -4. X The people that come out for the meets are never wanting for excitement. ftopj NCC runners run a thinking race. fleftj You've got to have a kick to come in first. fbottomj Once again, North Central's Track team had an outstanding spring season. Capturing its fourth straight CCIW championship with 204W points at the meet held here at NCC and placing four team members in the tough Illini Classic meet were highlights to the endless team and individ- ual successes. Many individual bests were achieved: John Linder received a time of 54.0 for the 400 intermediate hurdles, Bruce Fischer a 9:07.6 in the steeplechase, Don Milkent with a 48.5 in the 400 meter, Glenn Behnke with a time of 29:42.2 in the 10,000 meter, and Tim Ehlebracht with a throw of 383 feet in the jave- lin. In the 1500 meter, Tom Whittaker f4:44j, Art Kurz f4Z07D. Mark Richmond f4:05j, Keith Hoth f4:04l, Bert Becker C4:03.4l, Pete Amann f4:03.3J, and Keith Martin 14200, got their per- sonal bests. li ,. Bfucc Flschef leads thc Pack in 3 10113 distance fun- Hurdlers give it that extra stretch in this close race. . . . And NCC crosses the finish line first again!! 4 , 4 3 i l2i gi I 'l '1 F 4 w ft M4 1 l'4 My l 'i 5 1 2 3 3 5 Although the Cards only had one teammate, sopho- i more guard Bernard Verner, named to the CCIW squad, three seemed to be the Cards' lucky number. 1977 marked the third straight winning and rushing season for the Cards and also their best season since 1966. Furthermore, the Cards finished third in 5 CCIW with a conference record of 5-3, 6-3 for the season. i 2 5 i 1977 also heralded the return of the Little Brass Bell when the Cards defeated Whea- ton, its owner since 1966. Over-all, the Cards had a very successful seasong hope- Q fully, next year, the Cards' lucky number 3 will be "I", 5 all V rl ,Q ll J i if i. ' 'U '1 fb 'U N '-1 ,... 5 UQ QW .log Q- Qi- '50 6 J-I6 6 ba, ' fhe quarterback calls xi Ex i I .L ,t l I I ly mack 00" "G-hai xy 42313 W 1:3 - M t" " 3 ss' ' W I CC 151 e ll li ll li ,, Li 3 5 l 2 M 1 1 21? as -2 5 kg I! 5 iz 5 ll lil pa Ll If V. ln 1 l la ll 5 in lf Another conference at the mound to insure the lg proper move. V 122 l '4 Q. lf l, V ,ha El il' 1 I 1-E 53 li 3 gr 12 1? ll ix Pl i si ll 5 ll Steve Altman knows what doughnuts are really for. 1 l ,l If 1 16 is le ll E Coach Marv Meinz voices his opinion. The baseball team of 1977-78 easily outplayed teams at NCC for a good many years back. They're late season record of 11-12 compares very favorably with the 9-36 overall record of last year. The culmination of talent and effort guided under the hand of Coach Meinz brought it off. As all too often happens, NCC is saying good-bye to a lot of talent when it bids another professor farewell. H Accuracy is a key ingredient Looking on from the dugout can have its own tensions. C gl Front row: Dave Busch, Mark Kenefick, Kurt Daill, Jeff Hlavach, Dave Giere, Larry Fabian, Dennis Ryan Qcoachj, Back row: Gerry Petit, Jim Callahan, Don Souffrant, Ted Cruse, Jim Caliendo, Bill McHugh, Mike Szymanski """"!V tw' 2 ly -li Once again, the swimming team, through action and word, spoke well for North Central. Many of those who went to Nationals, held this year in Grin- nell, Iowa, are pictured on the opposing page. Coach Ryan Qlower rightj can well be proud of the 1977-78 swimming and diving Cardinals. , 1 X, . W? V bfi sw., - is if VV WL... . - vf. . I- , Q .,5:,Z,l.2gg2fgii5.:Q2 1: , eZ2Ii.g. 4WK661"...T.... Qs 3 -P' ., fi , '4 , 1 S, x ,Q -' '-is .f. A X 3 2 v , ' .M , W N33 Mm S , Q Hmm 93? Q 4 f if gl :Z 1 Q 4517. Ev Q wi' i ,. f 2 aw Y if 35 1 3-ng mywmmmf Z9 76 P0-fff 6me Wear Elllaf if .11-Of ,-o--'- Paef RAAF! Sb 'Is Q ff' ,F -if K ,D ' 7 ' gi - 407an .- YE my Z.. E Ev ' ,.,. , 120 ws 5, 4 Q 0' V JJU'435ff ff X19 nf .f '24 ..-" - " 4,-T9.f , X t7 It all began with the procession. Or did it? Maybe it all began with putting the robe on. But no - it goes back further than that. In order to commence to something, you have to com- mence from something. 1 4 ::w-f:f:'- '212-'fl ,,sjvr,.- , Q ,N E .ig.:.3g:5:5Q. ' .:f" Q, . . 1 54.253 - - jx .4 ' 0 Q 'f ' 6' Ax '- - - ,. f . ,- Q 2 -.x:':::. ."i2v. ,x ' - wwf "Eg, zw '- -. j 4 f:'5,fj?.i, - ""' . at f if P r ? ' 1, I -35133551 ' ' 4 .G ye , 1,--ilfgia? z, 2 . 3' Q' - ' .f ' Q5-Q., g l, I 12. ' is -'2?'Zf' : V - " . 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