North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)

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H h'i1GA?!K-TSFETTT -Af!-:TER T 'C Q 'F' '.i't"" I '. -'J 'il1i iZ'if I 1 7,2 TABLE 0F CGNTENTS CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES SPORTS FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN 14 58 90 100 1 14 X WA NT THE WORLD T0 KNOW . 'V , . 1 ' LET Q-fwfr if-QQ' fin GOT f.,r-W"-? I 0 SHOW ,func x' FJ' if fig J , A i Q-Q PM wtf 1 . . . THERE'S A NEW ME COMING OUT . . . ff' -.x Www f x If , N: O' AND I JUST WANT 32 """'f-""""' TOLIVE.. AND I WANT in . J- , S 'fu GI VE I'M COMPLETELY POSITIVE . . . 1 . . . I THINK THIS TIME AROUND . . . ii- 41, A . . LIKE NEVER KNEW IT ... F If few I AM GONN D0 IT 'Ninn-ww. , Nm, H - ,Q 4, Avmwgn . W M My A W X , w"'s'S2,j15 . Nf J xx W x Eg: lg., 7' xg' :Sl E55 ...., :SS i 4 i 1 Y V 1 ZW: fy : f. vi' 1: A fo? me Q :va 512' 'FM 224 x 71' :ww Q 'Md A-' ' HA VE T0 SHO xf f -V ng 4 .gn " .. ' 'vg' ni ,wg 1.1 Q f s. M- fa. ' " ' f 2 V 'Q 3? Wi .Q V' ' B W . , , A, . ,My, f -ffm wtf ' .:, Q ' nfs if '2f"'f3 C.. 5, 43, ' . X , ' ' Q 9 '41 Q Kg A f E 1 , iw ' 'vw .. 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'Q 24,1 x ,,,l , ,hll fri? I C x Xa? Top: Freshmen Candidates. Above: The Losers. Above Right: Court processions at halftime. Right: - . 1 2 4 The agony of defeat. . V r Lg. xg htffj' 'mir , L A mb W gf e :MQW ' ani 148 I , 34 v Ar ' 1- W ,- "YL: . , M... . .cn-Qfl - 4 1 v 'Wt Ev I Homecoming game: NCC vs. Elmhurst. Top Left: Life in the trenches. Top Right: Give it all you got. Above: Hit 'em hard. Above Left: Dobry searchs for a reciever. Left: A. D. gaining ground. lm 21 .-q ffl2'w2'i 323' .wli ,, - . ymfffn 4 ., Nh ' ' A' ' 1 ., - -A ,bfi 5.10, 15.6, - x - 1414573 J M M 'R 'iff Q .,..,,gQ, 8,31 if 12,2 H 3? , wi-f , 1 ,, wp Af ,. if C X X, 4 , avg, U M ,i "1 1 if 425 'QE f I' Q I ' 2 4 ,M-m,,,w aff'-v i' ,..,.....v.,.,,.,,. .fy Jean Anouilh's "Antigone," a modern interpreta- tion of the classic Greek tragedy, was presented by the North Central College Theatre Guild on Novem- ber 7, 8, and 9. The plot of the play evolved around Antigone's plight against King Creon's KRich Kra- sowski, JrJ refusal to bury her dead brother, Polyn- ices. Others appearing in the play were Doris Por- ter, Shelley Krivich, Tim Young, Mike Kolodziej, Jim Schultz, Danny Queen, Mike Johannsen, Brett Stevens Kage lOl, and Kathy Cerven. Page 22: Chris Schulz and Mary Ann Galgano portrayed the Chorus and Antigone, in respective order. This Page, Top: Doris Porter fnursei speaks with Antigone. Left: Antigone accepts her fate of death. my I 23 SPECIAL EVE TS i l l Q" - . 'f ,, 4 " "" ' , , A , 'l ,X pf'-A ,.,, f n' . r ff 'iffy w ,..fxg2s'.3. i iff" 1, -Q--P " 1 ..V. ' A .W -F-A-W 1 1, .ge ,Q i w 4.-, "1 . Q, ..,'r.4 .. V'-1 f Q' A P ' - ,..,, - me .- 1 14389-gg M 5 ' . . - , 'L . ,fy 3 1 . V 31, wi. Q,-4 1-QA-bgvr -3, i,,5,,,t..5.myrM?H1:z-1-ff if if A - ' " ' M r P , X, ' t ,,. W Y ' 'K -M "LSI-1 CV" - A "?i""" " ' ffm ' - V 'W' i mir' 'fi' ' 'W """' ' 'L , ff 499 ' ' . -Q, sw fig'-Sh Q - .. 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Bottom Left: The Rock group, Survivor. Eu ---V -'fri Q jf, Bottom Right: Akarate expert performed in Centennial Hall. 4 A J 'l'i1f?5" , .TQ :Q-'ipjfyzi'-ez:-Y ff,?:2 '. g3:52L1E5.5?2El -3 5' 'jj J:ri-:3fE5E'Z1E1iiE:.-' ' ii21E1fiEi15ir2rEEririilfwidiuwrw- -' 24 ,,,,.,f CON VOCATION S Convocations are designed to expose the cam- pus body to a variety of things in life. This year, we had several different types of convocations. John Houseman, an actor, came to us and spoke. The Honors Awards are given out at another convocation. Poet Kenneth Koch presented the first convocation speech entitled the "Artlst's Interpretations of American Society." The Arve Dacne Sonnection appeared during spring term presenting a look at modern dance. Top Left: John Houseman talks informally before the convocation. Top Right: Dr. Rich Wilders and President Swing at the Honors Convocation. Bottom: Poet Kenneth Koch speaks at the first convoca- tion of the year. ST DE l I Q ? 1 l E 1 ACTIVITIES BO RD dum. . is a. vin . , ,gms-1 i l ,ff N , M A '- N ,, ., ,.,. .V Q , Q W .H is .I Q . luq. 1. , ,, A I WN Q'- N ' ',.' I ' 5 'viiw ,I,I,., - V .. . Q ..,, .13 5 ' "" ' S-fy Asif. as E .::, : g:EE:,2:::::: . W,,,,,. . , .nj - 4.1114v'1'ee: i ' ' J C "' 5 if . ' A KX X X -s .4039 'A .Q Q ,K K t We xv it If f , I " S' fs The Student Activities Board is in charge of allocating the student activity fee to the various student organiza- tions. This allocating of funds affects the type of activi- ties that are organized on campus. Top: Those in charge of S. A. B. are lleft to rightl: Dave Schroeder, Jim Harris, and Tim Peraino. Middle: A discussion of upcoming budgets. Bottom: Dave Schroeder explains the process of issuing budgets. M-mf ' 2A.,,.,, , 14-L.. is. 6. iv' img 4 ,fa "rv VYQWWE A fl L43 ' -f v H W V ' E, 'lil , '13 "vo-W COLLEGE UN IO we 5 T. sa... ,..............a..........,,..............W...-. .....,...........,.,..,...v,...m.w.-,-.-1- l l lr-J Ni 'WM-1 'sf ww .. , , N ACTI ITIES BO RD ,gf wfw1'ffvfH'-vw-r "X"""""' """"""r-' ' ,7,,.,.,.,fm.....w I ,ai M, W2 g ,ZIS , fads 3,331 2 neil' If QA! it nu' ,415 l N . 'X' aw IWW' 4 51, - V X '- a T' . 1... .ax--use ,W . .. TM... ... .,.M.w.. 1 N.. S35 . .Q 3:1 'rl- . 1353 1 2 The College Union Activities Board is in charge of program- ming activities at N. C. C. This group of people organized everything from coffeehouses to trips to Marriott's Great America. The activities organized this year included: trips to see the Bears and the White Sox, a roller skating party, the Florida trip, blood drives, and camping trips. Top: The members of C. U. A. B. were Cleft to rightl: Front Row: Nancy Cawley, Mary DiGrazia, Mike Kolodziej. Middle Row: Connie Berry, Kelli Comise, Tina Reithmaier, Toni Alessi. Back Row: Debbie Sypniewski, Dr. Rich Wilders, Jan Taylor, Bob Lentz, Jeff Clark, Scott Hoffman, Joe Tedesco. Middle: One proud blood donor. Bottom: C. U. A. B.'s Spring Thing Dance. 'W 1 A l..JQx J 1 ff' ! . 4,41 - A . A lg 4' 5 ' I 1 2 qw: av ."-' 3 ,. 4 N.C.C. PRESENTS: BELLS ARE RINGING .Mi :S ' i ii? f 1 Q This year's winter musical, "Bells are Ringing," captivated the audiences. The production, starring Shelley Krivech and Rich Krasowski, depicted a switchboard operator and her involvement in her cli- ent's personal lives. This light-hearted comedy performed in front of mega crowds. COFFEEHCUSE CGNCERTS sighs- A .JW The Coffeehouse Concert is a genreal term applied to the shows that take place in The Cage. Bands and single performers alike have performed here. The atmosphere is made up to be casual. Some performers seen at coffeehouses this past year were Me- gan McDonough, The Buffalo Chip- kickers, Doc Hult, Lee Murdock, and many others. Different groups on cam- pus hire these singers. The Religious Life Committee sponsored one of these coffeehouses. COM U ITY CONCERTS 1-My f -ff ,, The Naperville community sponsors a series of concerts that take place in Pfeiffer Hall. Woody Herman and his big band sound hit the stage in the spring. Satirist Mark Russell brought down the house with his political cutdowns. The Young Americans appeared doing their traditional medley of George Gershwin tunes. Joel Daly and The Sundowners played country western music in the fall. These are just a few examples of the talent that has graced the stage in Pfeiffer Hall. Top Left: The drummer from Woody Herman's big band, Top Right: Political Satirist Mark Russell. Bottom Left: Woody Herman sings to the accompaniment of his band Bottom Right: Joel Daly, parttime singer. ,. ,- .,- 1 ,..r f.,. ,,,ll ,,,r f V? Z f r,r, j fif fr T .a'it ,fl i -'1' - f 1 laugh, if E! E2 ll S! Q. 1 ge 5 AY sw, x W-X--Y---.nv-.., gi fi , ' ,-I-L , 44 9 11 1 I, M, F' 4 Mzzzi , A . , " 5 7 A145 4 fwfr mars I I ff H fl 'F it ' f f ff f " ' if-,f""' ,226 f:',,- M , ,Q 1, ,gl M599 Q 1 if 'K ' W g gy ia' I ff i' if NEA ffm- BREAIY I Q.. E 'I , , A, " - as ff, Z .A A . V 1 'MQW' ppm! ,mwmamf Z' f"1"5. xl BEF-C A ""s.,, iam-nf SPRI G THING W RM CAMPUS I... Spring Thing is an annual week of festivities that warms the campus with fun and games. This year's activities with a trip to Great America and continued with an ice cream so- cial, a blood drive, a coffee house concert fea- turing Megan McConough, a pig roast and L.l.F.E. new games day at McDowell Forest Preserve, and ended with the Spring Thing Dance held at Wheaton Bowl. Toni Alessi headed this year's CUAB Spring Thing activi- ties. Page 34 Top The Few, The Proud, The Spring Thing Dance Crowd! Bottom Two lucky finalists in the 1st Annual Spring Thing Bimbo of the Week Contest. Page 35 Top Dave Dick pumps some blood instead of iron. Bottom Left Mega volleyball, Bottom Right Megan McDonough entertains country style i 13753 , - 534- F' LS." Q" S. Q' RP .5 -5 - ' ,QQQQQQQ ' sf I A 6, QL Qi. V QQ 2,3 9 X ' 2 'N In 1 ' P-f 4" If " 'E ' if 1 UM Fi , as -4 N ' I' Y Q gh - Yshaxzb 5 fqxi - Q 'QA rr fx 'Z 4: Q .r-1-wt? .1-9,:-A 'A - F- W FNS ' 3 ' "Ni Fi J'1 N? . T' I --" ' , 'C - M ,. Aim? KQQQQ f .1 NS 'W ,, - ' - X -A v QQ? -:Q Q ufapf ft Us - X' R, 2 ' ' 'N - I ' I me X : 4 . 5 , , 4 .. 5 ,X , x X QQ X Y ,.-Q, :- - X- Q, ' X A, his, - M31 ,. i fe- f if ' V" -. si? X- W 'A . Q' .f W- ' .5 'KN i . 'M Q" QA " 'N ' ' f 1 - Ri ,, wlf ' : "f --, fu N-' Q TN F-15 N255 , ,,,1 if " Us Kg R' Q Q QQ, A QQ Q A Q QQ QQ Q QQQ Q ..-. 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Q Q' QQ Q QQQ QQQQQQ.-2 Q. M - ,5 " 1 .- ' 5 2 ,. " 151 ' F' Nj A -.,Q-C' ' 'Q - A , . , ,Q - , -- - W- - - -afa- SPRING FASHIONS DEB MOM'S DAY 'vii :Zia 5, , 1 2 4 Mom's Day was highlighted by a combination luncheon and fashion show where both students and fac- ulty modeled. Collegians and indi- vidual students, Johanna Konrad, Lori Bezey, and Robin O'Neal pro- vided muslcal enjoyment for the day. Other activities presented dur- ing the day were programs at indi- vidual dorms, an art exhibit, and the play Crucifer and Blood. Mom's Day was organized by Jam McGahon, Christi Dahms, and lnsun Ho. Top left: Pat O'Malley escorts Gordana Popovic in the wedding ceremony. Top right: Collegians sing to a crowd of NCC moms. Bottom left: Emcee's for mom's day: Jan McGahon and Scott Hoffman. Bot- tom right: Future president for North Central Col- lege, Nick Zec ,, ,gm ,Rx Q 'X -"rg-t fff 1 4214 'ffm . cfm.. E425 une., ffi9Q5gZyf5f.,,yfg3:U '4gb puk., 44' W4' cmzyzl 5,11 ,r-fy, f i, ' ' " wcw 40 - i x SPRING PLAY: CRUCIFER OF BLOOD The Spring play, Cruclfer of Blood, was a Sherlock Holmes thriller. The play was performed the weekend of Mom's Day. Trent Haynes portrayed the infamous Sherlock Holmes. Top Right: Mike Kolodziej ponders a thought. Top Left: The missing jewels. Bottom: Haynes talking things over with his colleagues. HO ORS CONVOCATIO The annual honors convocation is held to praise aca- demic achievements at NCC. The Convocation is held in Pfeiffer Hall where the professors are in their school collars. The Dissinger Awards are given to professors of junior and senior standings who have performed out- standingly. Man of the Year and Woman of the Year are chosen by all around outstanding performance. Top left: Dr, Shanower received the Senior Dissinger Award from Pressident Swing, Top Right: Dr. Wilders gives his acceptance speech for the Junior Dis- singer Award. Bottom: President Swing gives the introductory speech for the Honors Convocation. Page 39: Top: Dr. Pool distributes the awards for science. Bottom left: Nancy Carlstedt receives a kiss from President Swing on becoming Woman of the Year. Bottom right: Dave Schroeder accepts the honor of Man of the Year. X1 . '? 39 .M '..,wlf...--. H.- A M V -in war.. As In P ' 'ffl .... ' . , . va- , , ' -41 T' Lx: 1 ' f' ,. T-M4-. Mx - .,. W. .. 'rye..'- ,-gy.: ' P W-v ' .. A A, - ,,., ' f -"-Sjgtrri ,gf if N . ' ' ' ", Kris 91Jc"'fS ,',... gms, A ' 4 ..:'-'.5""'x' ,LA as , 'T , hw ,.- . " f Q. "Y " af'...s,f'w s H '33 -W' V' -V 1 . ' . ' gg. . . ... T in.,,,'., .-' fi- f : ., .3 V we Q A , " 'P'-Q: win'-:.:'-12-a'. 2 , . 1. . f ..--, '? ' M . i V' 'sl' 'ff M.. s .. . .- .Q . 2 . N18- 40 6' S 2 A-"ff ' x ' ix . . ,.,,,, Qi. s -'A V , The class of 1981 graduated on the muggy afternoon of June 13, 1981. As the tempera- tures rose, so did everyone's spirits. Proud parents and families were on hand to support these individuals as they had from their first day at North Central. But no one could be more proud than each individual of the class of 1981, the largest graduating class of North Central College. Top: The graduating class of 1981. Bottom: Professor Diane Duvigneaud stands beside the ice sculpture presented to the class. Page 41: Top: Seniors stand to receive long awaited diplomas. Middle Left: The Class listens attentively to lrightl Dave Schroedefs speech. Middle right: Dave Schroeder addresses the graduation crowd. Bottom left: The processional march to gradu- ation. Bottom right: President Swing delivers diploma to Steve McGarry. 1 ff 4 If 5957, 9 'MZ '- -Juni: 5 . ...QV 6 .ie Z rl Lal? ff ' I'l5Kv2z, -3 1 ear as. 5 uv ,J iffy if i I us 2 V' 51' 4 31.31, . me . .gww M. We 1, M 407 K Z .J ' -4.. 91' R . 1 E e.""" 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New Games Day was on of the activities sponsored by L. I. F. E. qw- f lv A-. 'W4 Wil Q, fx! gi? fx ., dm :,:lag':l, my like 3 gp-av-Hi!" 'I , 'f , K . i - dmv, . ,V ? ', f . ,. . ' J v V Q ,,., I 'offnw r-.5 H-qw, 'li ,I 1, , A. Y F wt, - U1 x ' -..gi Environmental Awareness Organization is for anyone interested in our environment. They took trips to the Arboretum and Starved Rock State Park to study the environment. The group is run by three Co-Presidentsg Vanessa Chesney, Ray Jacubzak, and Kurt Wolbrink. The faculty advisor to E. A. O. is Dr. Terrence Marsh. Abovei E. A. O, members are, Front Row lleft to rightl: Andrea Marek, Zoe Zingle, Vanessa Chesney. Middle Row lleft to rightl: Denise Rose Watson, Mary Ann Hollick, Ray Jcubzak. Back Row lleft to rightl: Bill Monken, Mark Lunsford. N.C.C. CHOIR The N.C.C. Choir performed throughout the school year at var- ious activities. Professor lzzo directed the choir. miami., 9. 'I PSI CHI HO ORS TOMORROWS PSYCHOLOGISTS fi IAM "wry N . Y' . , 'bm tl 1 J . 1 t""""' .vi i B-'XX Psi Chi is an honorary fraternity open to students majoring in psychology. Eligible students must have a 3.0 grade average in at least three psychology courses, and a 2.8 grade average overall. The society has bi-monthly meetings in which topics of interest are discussed. Top: Front Row Cleft to rightl: Ken Cress, Becky Sphatt, Monica Cuddy, Debbie Brazzil, Mary DiGrazia, Debbie Crown, Beth Walsh, Liz Skinnell lPresidentl, Kathy Novak, Scott Schmidke. Back Row lleft to rightlz Dr. Littlejohn, Connie Berry, Margaret Warren, Sue Wright, Margaret Saleda, Carrie Smith-Bandy, Toni Alessi, Marie Bowers, Chris Trent, Dr. Wulatin, Dr. Sawyer, Amanda Barche, Bottom Right: Liz Skinnell, President of Psi Chi, gives speech. Bottom Left: Liz Skinnell welcomes new member, Ken Cress. TRI BET X r -ml? . ' Y '1 'f ff .- 9 ,, 1 4.1 .1 f cg f fy? , ,X fa ff' ,M wkiif " ,mm ' 7"f""m- Tri-Beta is an organization designed for those in the field of Biology. Weekly meetings were held in the Science Cen' ter with Darwin Rod residing as presi- dent. Top: Patty Naughton and Susan Wright observe organisms. Right: Members of Tri Beta includeg Front Row lleft to rightji Sue Wright, Patty Naughton. Back Row fleft to rightjz Kristi Anderson, Jeff Rus. f"" """'-.. ,V -w,.,,.,,,,-g .,,M.Wm A , ' f af:-if .32 , as r -ff t ge t aff ., , ' ..,,1.-v . 1,,::.,. I if ., 5 1 X1 ' 'Gund is BLACK STUDE 'l' ASSOCIATIO B. S. A. is an organization for the black students at N. C. C. The president of this club was Alan Douglas, who resided over the weekly meetings. B. S. A. sponsored many activities on campus including a "Black Student Association Week." Several activities were planned during this week. Many black dignitaries were guest speakers at the time. Top: B, S. A. members included, Front Row Cleft to rightl: Barry Johnson lPublicity Directorl, Moika Long, Theresa Ad- ams, Janiece Parnell, Cecelia Kizer lSecretaryl, Alan Douglas lPresidentl. Back Row lleft to rightl: Rob O'Neal, Dan Scott, Glenn Hayes, Cedric Davis, Wayne Brown. Not pictured: Sher- ry Lynn Edwards lVice Presidentl, Phaon Morris, Ron O'Neal, Alvin Hicks, Renetta Fisher. Bottom: B. S. A. executives, Cleft to rightl: Barry Johnson, Cedric Davis, Cecelia Kizer, Alan Douglas. , 47 RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE 2 i The Religious Life Committee promoted a spiritual aspect of North Central. Amongst many other activities, R. L. C. sponsored ice cream socials, dances, and movies. Presl- dent of R. L. C. was Neil Cleghorn. Top: A Coffeehouse concert sponsored by R, L, C. Right: Members of Religious Life Committee include, ileft to rightl, Marie Bowers, Neil Cleghorn, and Courtney Whitsell. WONC HAS NEW SOU .1 ,mi 1 I ww, -f W4 - ig: WONC, the 3900 watt radio station located in Old Main, broadcasted a variety of programs to an audience of 750,000. New shows, such as Na- perville ln Perspective and WONC Radio Theatre were presented to generate more community involve- ment. Remote broadcasts were done from shopping centers and The Cage. Broadcasts of campus va- riety shows and high school and col- legiate sporting events added to an increased interest in WONC. Top: WONC members consist of fbottom, left to rightl, Tom O'Connor, News Director, Dorothy Bro- drick, Public Affairs Director, Michelle Hern, Krista Deiple, Traffic Director, fMiddlel, John Maciormo, General Manager, Pat Rosenthal, Pete Bruncehler, Mark Arentsen, Sports Director, Bob Cervera, Mu- sic Director, Mary Cogswell, Ed Rivas, Program Director, Robin Burlingham, Vic Dresher, Chief En- gineer, Roberta Krueger, Barb Friedel, ftopl, Bob King, station manager, Andy Anderson, Bill Loeds ing, Pat Kennedy. Bottom: Michelle Hern fLefti and Robin Burlingham perform a newscast at the sta- tion. COMM TER CLUB 4 X gi I-el' lg.. Commuter Club represents the stu- dents of North Central that live off campus. The aim of this club is to get more commuters involved with the campus. To do this, they spon- sored several dances and other ac- tivities on campus. Top: Commuter Club Cleft to rightl: Kurt Long- necker, Craig Strohl, Rick Gudmundson, Tim Janes, Andy Anderson. Right: Now And Then performed at a dance sponsored by the Commuter Club. R. A.'S A D DORM DIRECTORS X -3 'h....,. All ws'-6 ' 2' The job of an R. A. is to help the people on their floor in any way possible. Discipline, floor activities, and just listening all play a part in the R. A.'s job. Hall Directors are also there to help everyone out. These people manage the entire dorm. Top Right: Geiger, Bottom Row Cleft to rightl: Tina Reithmaier, Mary Kay Valdez. Top Row Cleft to rightl: Jim Harris, Mark Sattelberg. Top Left: SeagerfStudent Village Cleft to rightl: Jeff Clark, Danny Palmer, Tim Peraino, Terry Miller, Harry Howarth, Steve McGarry. Middle: Dorm Directors Cleft to rightjz Jeff James CSeybertl, Nancy Carlstedt CRalD, Dave Kurnock CSeybertl, Tina Reithmaier CGeigerl, Andy Adams CKimmelJ, Jeff Clark CSeagerfStudent Villagel. Bottom: Rall R. A.'s, Bottom Row Cleft to rightjz Nancy Carlstedt, Kelli Comise, Toni Alessi. Middle Row: Sherry Slattery, Debbie King. Top Row: Jody Fawns. CHRONICLE SPREADS NEWS The NC Chronicle staff was headed by Editor Bob Lentz. The NC Chronicle is a student run newspaper which is published weekly and dis- tributed throughout the campus. The Chroni- cle covered important events at North Central such as Homecoming, Student Government, Sporting Events, and Activities. Top: Chronicle staff included: Bob Pavelek fSports Editorj, Deb Strombeck lFeatures Editorl, Bob Lentz fEditor-in-chiefj, and Ray Jacubzak CEditor of Photographyl. Bottom: Editor-in-chief Bob Lentz. .Ziff . pf' If z.. -?'. 1 -O-" .sv "L W 5? 521:55 44 1:-A V K' 9 new v f s l 1 ' 6 , ,,,,.,,. at I E .rr SPECTRUM HAS A FACE LIFT -1 V v ,pjxfi iv M' t Q- - ., N Q l 'HK' The Spectrum has encountered quite a few changes this year. Newly appoint- ed editor Jack Arnston and staff broke ground for the yearbook ln mid-winter term. With these new faces and new changes a new image has appeared. Top: Spectrum staff consisted of: ltop to bottoml Joe Marks, Mike Sullivan lhead of photographyl, Kurt Kam- radt, Jack Arnston lEditorl, Lisa Henry, Sherry Slat- tery, Susan Motzer, Anne Machiorletti, and Jone Alessi. Bottom: Editor Jack Arnston at work in the Spectrum office. VARSITY CLUB W in W 'M 2...-'H W ifffflff , rig? 4' NUI? If 1 55551 Cf ff? 5 aka sm NCC 4 ri The Varsity Club Consists of those people who letter in their sport. This group of people do many things together and for the betterment of collegiate sports at N. C. C. Among many of their activities, they went to see the Chicago Bulls. POWERLIFTING NW arf , y . . 0 , , , , . 5' A.: 3 1' A .E 2 , ' .1 5 Q f, 1 . s V , . A. .f..1- f e.f,.+f..g.f . fr V, - - . 3 if J .5 - ,f , wg, ' - ., . 5 V V. z. 0 , ,Q g J . 'i 5 4 Q ' - 1? ,. . g 1 C E f V 0 au- Top: Bottom Row lleft to rightl: Dave Dick, Nick Zec, Mike Hayes, Dan Siewert. Top Row: Coach Gargano, Robin OlNeal, Mike Kennedy, Phil Bus, Tim O'Grady. Back Row: Joe Marks, Mike Messina, Tim Crawford, Mike Wozniak. Bottom Left: Small, but tough. Bottom Right: Dave Dick helps shoulder the weight for the team. 15 4 1 nv' y The Powerlifting Club had twenty-five members in this, its first, year of existence. They were responsi- ble for bringing new equipment to the weight room. Powerlifters from all over the state have come to our campus to participate in three powerllfting meets which were sponsored by this club. The first competition was an open deadlift contest which was held in January. Five world records were set in March with the competition of the senior states. The club sponsored the North Central College Invi- tational. North Central took second place to North Park. ,QL Alke- 2.4 S6 -14- 45 K X 4 Q flip? Y". . F955 iff. WW! 5 . 'K f If X -- .41 Te Mn INTRA U ALS af , ,Z- Q -4' f. A. "' i' I 2 I ,Spa . my ff. '44 HL..- -wr ch.. f BW "K fm-g.f?5 ,...'.. 1 '?2l"Y3ff" , Y: 1,27 . ,.,,-.. 'Q f P." 14' - wx , . .V+ , G41 1 V, Y jg,7,,f - J. v. 5 . I ,i L . if 04 , . .L x ..., 'V Q. 535. v.. fr, f.fJ.1fff1ffQ 1 if . A' . 1 rr . 'f 1 ., . . if ' '-0 wx.,-,, V V 5 " . "Nfl Ah, ' .Q y ' W". ' viihfril h- y 4, f'1,,1, 39- .V ' ' ,'I-: if I 1 j'..1?Zg,, . ' 4' .133 5, . cv -b sv-.gh , f ffnrs. - , ,.., ,f 3? 4 . N 4:5M?l9i1Qa1,ag5 . .. .W ,. 1, .. -. '41-14... 1 - . N' 31 1 M- ' N- .f,,3v . ',',5.,.:,.' .- P :.-.,u2'. 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Ed Klocek, Greg Flood, Mike Woznlak, Matt Campillo, Mark Sawickl, and Jim Nudera were all named to the CCIW All Conference Team. Mike Wozniak was also named third team All American. Page 60 Top: Junior quarterback Bob Dobry calls the signals. Right: Senior Tom Martinez stops a Millikin receiver. Page 61 Top Left: Senior Jac Steele tackles an Elmhurst running back. Top Right: All American offensive tackle Mike Wozniak l54l leads the Cardinals on to the field. Middle: The defense rests. Bottom Left: All conference tight-end Greg Flood catches a touchdown pass against North Park. Bottom right: Freshman quarterback Steve Thomson Q91 turns it on against Luther College. 5 as ' iq f - " A .. nays, ' f C is ' w"'W!"V QC, ,V " W Y K, V X "if, . Q. -, '1t-.n ' . " . I . .. Y. . ,. .m.... '1 W ," ' 9' , Q I' YH wx"'t .W Tn! mm url , ""':'-fx A va. I . MNH -.mg :af K' H . 9 PQ 4 Y ,, Q l, yy A' A 5 1 as -r""i ?' V V . 1 - g., ,,4fn:,,, W 75? K . , 52' F? W I fa 1 W 13 H' W! .Q i -win - , f ,Q -if f 1 Q25 1753 ' ' "Q f , ff'3':-' 4-7-I 57- s ??2a?iW'f 1' J K a f , X 'A 1 Xb 5 'S it 's Top left: Halfback Alan Douglas catches a pass against Elmhurst. Top right: All conference linebacker Mark Sawicki l14l puts the crunch on a Wesleyan back. Mid- dle left: Freshman Guy Winters puts up three points. Middle right: Coach Babke talks things over with Dobry. Right: The Cardinal Defense puts the crunch on Milli- kin. 4 A in ,, tes 72 3 at ,. r 7 y . Q, N w I 'l'l f' l.:f,b,f 1 H4 1 ,ix gf SOCCER KICKS OFF FIRST YE R Soccer, a new sport to NCC this year, kicked off their first year with a 5-8-5 record. Under the direc- tion of Coach Leo Ley, the team showed much promise. Team leaders were Offensive MVP Cohlyn Dupes, Defensive MVP Pete Ruvarec, Most lm- proved Dan Palmer, and Sportmanship Award Bill Majewski. Top: Members of the 1980 Soccer Team include, back left to right: Coach Leo Ley, Ken Bennet, Garry Hodge, Jim Tabor, Chuck Novotny, Cohlyn Dupes, Pete Ruvarec, Spike Noel. Front, left to right: Dan Palmer, Shinya Dobashi, Greg Cross, Craig Knable, Bill Majewski, Mike Coglan, Tom Dowling. Not pictured, Steve Reuss. Left: Bill Majewski maneuvers down the field. Above: Coach Leo Ley checks out the action. CROSS COU TRY SEVENTH I wid' 3,11 QE COU TRY The 1980 cross country season was one of the most interesting in Coach Carius' fifteen years at North Cen- tral. Having lost All-Americans Jim Nichols and Steve Jawn to graduation, he was left with an exceptionally young team. Experience had taught hlm that it ls very difficult to win championships with a team dominated by freshmen, and yet if his squad was to repeat as confer- ence and national champions, they would have to do it with only two runners from last years team. Fortunately for Coach Carius, one of those veterans was Jeff Milli- man, a four time All-American in cross country and track. At the CCIW Championships, hosted by N.C.C., Milliman easily outdistanced the field, leading his team- mates to their seventh consecutive conference crown. Milllman's 24:31 broke the five-mile-course record by a full minute. The Cards took seven of the top twelve places QDale Koepnick 6th, Jay Rogers and Keith Zobrist tied for 7th, John Perron 9th, Tony Bluell 10th, and Ray Krauss 12thJ. At the National Meet in Rochester, New York, Milliman became the first runner in the schools history to win a national cross country title. He covered the demanding 8,000 meter course in 25:19. As a team, N.C.C. finished seventh, a position which augers well for next year. North Central's 1981 squad is suddenly a team of seasoned veterans. 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Going into the State Tournament which was held at North Central, our team was not expected to do very well. But, the girls pulled together and finished with an impressive second. Junior Pam Mehrens was cho- sen All Tourney and Division III MVP for the second year in a row. WOMEN'S TENN S SERVES UP WINNING SEASDN BQ 'ag 4,2 46 The women's tennis team regained success this year with a 7-3 record in dual matches. Once again the Cleo Tanner Tournament was hosted by North Central. The Cardinals fin- ished a strong second among eight teams. The match experience of the season strengthened the team for a birth ln the IAIAW Tournament. The state tournament produced the highlight of the season when the Cardinals earned a respectable fourth place finish. Doubles team Mary Kay Brooks and Pam Stoike led the Car- dinals in points earned by reaching the finals. Bottom KLeft to Righti: Leslie Salette, Sandy Keegan, Pam Stoike, Tammy Naumann, Margaret Warren, Mary Kay Valdez. Top: Jean Rickert, Mary Kay Brooks, Mary Vrchota, Coach Randy Patterson, Team Captain Janet Pray, Kathy Clendenning, Jackie Manley. WOMENS SWIM TEAM The women's swim team, under the direction of Coach Gary Crowe, finished another successful season. The team was led by sophomore Renita Pash. ln the IAIAW Division lll meet, the seven woman team took eighth place with 240 points. ln the George Williams Invitational, they took sixth place with 156 points. Top: Bottom Row lleft to rightl: Angel Betancourt, Heather Naleid, Coach Gary Crowe. Top Row Cleft to rightl: Renee Pash, Renita Pash, Jean Rickert. Left: Renita Pash-team leader. MENS' SWIM TEA I 'f M9993 The men's swim team successfully defended their CCIW crown this year. They also finished thlrd in both the Illinois Intercollegiate Division Ill meet and the Rockford Relays. The team, under the direction of Coach Ryan, finished a strong second in the Rockford Invitational. .1-A 4 J 4 1 P law, 'N r f, 3. - 2 . my WJQQT- ffikiz , Q ' 4 ' f ' f 11 1 GR PPLERS Pl DOWN WINNING SEASON The wrestling team finished a successful and impressive sea- son. In conference, North Central took third place. They won all eight of their dual meets. N.C.C. beat the highly rated team of Marquette. At the 21 team North Central Invitational, the guys finished fifth. And at the Ripon Tourney, a ten team meet, N.C.C. took the first place spot. Top: The wrestling team, Front Row lleft to rightj: Dave Torres, Dan Palmer. Middle Row lleft to rightlz Greg Cross, Dave lrussi, Mike Dihna, Mike Withey, Scott Nelson, Jac Steele, Jeff Ill, Ken Benit. Back Row Cleft to rightlz Jeff Jourdan, Bob Jaczak, Dennis Chervinko, Doug Skotnicki, Jerry O'Brien, Pat Rosenthal. Not shown: Bruce lrussi, Chris Gustafson, Brian Paweski. Bottom: Senior Dave Torres, National Qualifier. Page 73: Top Left: Senior Dan Palmer, a strong hand on our side. Top Right: Dave lrussi pins his man. Middle: Ken Benit qualified for Nationals. Bottom Left: Ken Benit dominates the match. Bottom Right: Dan Palmer faces off with opponent. Qi? 1- Q ""'cof ya' it I 'sun-.......,,4. ' -in F in 1 ' I I V i QUIK-.Q -Q .fir F FX PIT-lr -? , 5, I 1 . . vu-ul 3 Y 43 I 1-ww-. MENS' B-BALL FINISH STRONG 0 4 ,if Q. l A9'5Wm.. M rw 15 13? y s ,P 'R Q 'hi' Despite a poor start, the men's basketball team rallied to a stronger finish In the sec- ond half of the season. The team was young with three freshman startersg Fred Crock- ett, John Giannlnl, and Terry Egan. Senior Chuck Malm was a main factor In many of the victories. Top: The North Central Basketball team lleft to rightl: Steve Bartsch, Alvin Hicks, Stefan Burt, Fred Crockett, John Wei- gand, Nick Mcmanamon. Back Row Cleft to rightl: Assistant Coach Bob Bray, Jim Schalk, John Giannini, Joel Kessler, Bill Marshall, Bob Finnegan, Chuck Malm, Terry Egan, Frank Janc- zak, fnot Picturedl Tim Haugh. Bottom: Coach Galvin talks over strategy on a time-out. Page 75: Top Left: Fred Crockett looks for the open man. Top Middle: Chuck Malm skies for the shot. Top Right: John Weigand handles the ball. Middle Right: Tim Haugh drives through the defense. Bottom Left: North Central J.V. Basketball Team. Bottom Right: John Giannini follows through with a hook shot. 'ix' Zia xx lit 'YH' Ilfntl' 2 zu 411 en7......H6 tfurlf' yin? 71 agfr WTR! 1 " if' 1-,www M4 2 ' W 91310 If ' f ly ,e I, 1' J 1' 17 A , 1 , lf ,,, 1 if? 1 2 H af wk 'QIQQ il J, f z 1 ff M V , J, , s...,,....,. ,mf .,,,,,,, .,,, , W mmm . I ' WMM' ' A i 6' r f g '28 ' "N"M"' " .L " N 1 z , '42 3' if A 'f '- QJRI' :-- i 3 5 135- V 5 W .,,: s 2 I . I. . 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Leading in rebounds was Brenda Sanders with an average of 14 rebounds per game. Top: Members of the 1981 Women's Basketball Team include, Front Row lleft to rightl: Coach Wayne Mor- gan, Coach Karl Schleich. Back Row lleft to rightl: Dawn Schabacker, Kim Wallner, Karen Smith, Ceil Kizer, Brenda Sanders, Deb Scott, Sheryl Fincher, Ca- mie Loudenbeck, Carol Pence, Mary Rizzo, Dawn Fendt, Ruth Herpolsheimer. Bottom: Coaches Morgan and Schleich talk things over with the team. Page 77: Top Left: Coach Morgan watches impatiently on the sidelines. Top Right: Deb Scott comes away with the rebound. Bottom Left: Kim Wallner releases a long shot. Bottom Middle: Deb Scott sneaks past the defend- ers for the shot. Bottom Right: Dawn Schabacker bat- tles opponent for the tip-off. THIRD IN NATION 1 BMW' .-Q f-f, WEIGA D LEADS MEN'S TENN S The 1981 Men's Tennis Team under the direction of first year coach Randy Patterson finished the sea- son with a 7-7 record. In the CCIW Championships the team tied for seventh place with three points. Senior John Seigand led the team finishing second in conference in the number two singles spot. Top left: The 1981 Men's Tennis Team includes lfront row, left to rightl Scott Nelson, Dave Johnston, Vince Baratta lback row, left to rightl John Weigand, Jim Pontius, Randy Patterson fcoachi, Dave Rademacher, Dave Nelson. Top right: The senior doubles team of John Weigand and Jim Pontius. Middle: Dave Johnston and Dave Nelson strike a pose with coach Patterson. Bottom: The team plots out its strategy. 31. IS! 2- I, Q- ia... .L . f lg, K -691, ,, mv .- H, , 1 my .K .. ff. .-4, .4 4 3, ' -. " 'K 1,1 4. t S-4!4'1'. K . M0?'.'4 :L 452-42 Else 4'- K N24 2 ' P. ui-"- I .5'Z C+. w W!! 4 - if .4 A-sn, Q i . ,zz V N,-:-sf 46 4- ' Nl' l e ,.. ,AW 1. . ,,A: 1 in . GOLF TE M DRIVES HGME WINNING " fl' f KH This year's Golf Team under the reins of coaches Harry Spattaro and Herb Matter directed the team to a third place finish in the CCIW. The team was led by senior cap- tain Mark Arentsen and freshman Bill Smith. Smith finished first in conference four strokes ahead of the second place fin- isher. Top: Members of the 1981 Golf Team include, ifront, left to rightl, Harry Spattaro lcoachl, Kevin Vaughn, Mark Arentsen lcaptainl, Ann Zale, Steve Mildred, fback, left to rightl, Greg Macijunas, Dave Townsend, Dave Strey, Scott Martiny, Herb Matter lcoachl. Not pictured Bill Smith. Bottom left: Captain Mark Arentsen, Bottom right: Conference champ, freshman Bill Smith. iwmw 5 . X , BASEBALL HAS IMPRESSIVE SEASO -f , -' 'f' 'deff 295, . Qfffmw " ff., , GUI " uf' L," , ., , Mfr, ,, ,I ' ,',, J Ayfji 'Z 'A f' I 4 Q lim Through the coaching strate- gies of Torn Purcell, the bxase- ball team finished with a win- ning season. 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Lx - X , gf l Q . 1 fffeygsf l 4,4 'xx 3 xg ' if 5 ,W '- flkifi ' 3" . ' 'Af'?'s'g 'I r . ...- ' rf' : lil 5 -I CZ ' 1 Y A , ...., 1.41 - T:-VXWQT4 X of .ll giifi "fl, ,gig V :,,:, " i f .ji ,B A if I Q7 ,Z .. ,Q ! "" , j 1 .,.', ,vi 51:3 i A v g ff "" . Q " ,ng 5, ,fs X X f, 2553 " 'Q l l,,, ff 5.123 , rss, ffiyiifgk Wwi , Q q Cla 2 ' J' ' J 2.Q',f"-f'Mr- -' -1,513 2' C 1. si 1 -'?f'1g2t,' 2 'gmt . if 1 i Qaeia-5' f tif" ' l ' I 'H 3 QW: l fi ' Q 5' . f 1 1 sl-f'l 'l N'7" .V - .H'l'i , s Li P Qi, I if l i X ' 'L' i lam? 'QM L f'-f iff.: ,7fT5'231w'7,,. Z , -. -.3 , K '- ' gg e A, ., :I-,P 'A 3. Qi .IVAEQ-1.-Jinx, :Q 1:07.24 fx., fl , f V!! i .wr ,V " 1'l??i.'9'f,?'. lm' -, ' . YQ .1 Wills: ' .M 'ff-' """?f, .'h'3f'I?:?l Top Left: Bottom Row Cleft to rightl: Bob Dobry CAI! Conferencel, John Krutzler lHonorable Mentionl. Top Row: Dave Covalt lHonorable Mentionl, Kevin Nelson lAll Conferencel. Top Right: Coach Purcell, Assistant Coach Mike Jakovich, Assistant Coach John Van Dyke. Bottom Left: Kevin Nelson lets one get by. Bottom Right: Dave Covalt following through with a pitch. x X 'Nw QA ,, Sw Q Al . f y. , M., .fy 4 ,A 1 ' 1 im. ,,,. , fn. H97 rv If I Ai 'M , V-Q: ' ,,-, t g,. ,gs,:wgmQ5 .... -. 'i-' - 6 .,,. ,.1m,...t :gms ' . f Lit lam. ,, .. - ...- .mt V- . tw- fv -mv: .li -.,iv:i"i.:131355551' X 3 55? if .,. g . J 1' p 4' .2 o 5' ,QM h if ft " at V ...M--at Top Left: Tom Errico gets ready to release a pitch. Top Right: Backing up home. Bottom Left: The guys celebrate another run, Bottom Right: John Krutzler pops one up. JP , ., M K, W ' - 1 , . - . - MEN'S WOMEN'S TRACK 4. .5 'R 1- ' fiiiks 'iff .Ibv-v t it The men's track team finished sec- ond ln the conference to Augustana. In its second year, the women's track team sent four members to Nationals ln California. Top: The 1981 North Central College Qualifiers for NCAA Division lll National Competition in Cleve- land, Ohio, May 28-30. Third place finish: 40 points. Front Row lleft to rightl: Jim Martin, Pat Youngs, Scott Carius, Al Carius, John Linder, Jay Wesley. Middle Row lleft to righti: Dale Koepnick, Keith Zobrist, Jay Rogers. Back Row lleft to righti: Tim O'Grady, Dan Siewert, Jeff Milliman, Dan Skarda. Missing from photo: Bill Wahl. Bottom: The four women National Qualifiers with Coach Phil Van Lear. SOFTBALL THIRD IN COUNTRY With the guidance of Coach Karen Hill, the softball team came away from a victorious season. This hard working team won such ti- tles as State Champs, Regional Champs, and third in the nation. For the second year In a row, Pam Mehrens and Dawn Schabacker were chosen All Tourney in the State Cham- polnships. Pam was also picked as Most Valu- able Athlete. At Regionals, Dawn Fendt, Pam Mehrens, Dawn Schabacker, Amy Reynolds, and Kim Wallace were all chosen as All Tour- ney. And last, but not lease, Pam Mehrens was picked All Tourney Shortstop at Nationals. Top: Members of Women's Softball Team included, Front Row lleft to rightl: Pam Mehrens, Coach Karen Hill, Dawn Schabcker. Middle Row lleft to rightl: Rugh Herpolsheimer, Amy Reynolds, Dawn Fendt, lrene Hatchko, Kerry Granato, Janet Sustman, Kim Wallner. Back Row lleft to rightl: Deb Schmeltzer, Gail Shaw, Renita Pash, Brenda Sanders, Joyce Radostits, Dawn Wesson. Bottom: Coach Hill with the team before the game. :nf MJIP' 0175 Top Left: Some fun mixed with the hard work of winning. Top Right: They never stopped hustling. Middle Leftg Debe Schmeltzer concentrates on the game. Middle Right: Pam watched only one ball go by this season. Bottom Left: Line-up of a winning team. Bottom Right: Talking things over between plays. CHEERLEADERS SPARK CARDI ALS Qwviilwi lv -. .. htviibf it risi- "" ,,. .S,A, ....., 1 ww as NYY' X , ,,... . .- ,f N, ...w,.'f,,,,f , . , ' ' ' mx X. 5 4' w 4 The 1980-81 Cheerleading Squad provided much needed backing for the Cardinal Football and Basket- ball teams. Along with their game time shouting, the squad made locker stickers and was responsible for the Homecoming Pep-Rally. Senior Susan Motzer cap- tained the energetic squad. Top: Cheerleaders back the Cardinal Round Ballersg Bottom Left: Three year captain Susan Motzerg Bottom Right: The 1980-81 Cardinal Cheer- leading Squad back lleft to righti: Maureen Ryan, Susan Motzer, Robin Jankers. Front: Joanne Jerger, Barb Hauptman, Debbie Moral, Sarah Wassmann. Not pictured-Cathy Birnbaum. POM PONS: MORE THA RO TINE ar 1.4 ivan-my 9' I lf! Pom Pons provided half-time en- tertainment for the home crowd throughout the football and bas- ketball seasons. This year's squad was co-captained by Karin Mueggenborg and Paula Strick- land. Back lleft to rightlz Debbie Hetsten, Janice Har- rod, Cindi Steele, Joleen Halm, Karen Hinchley, Carol Armbrust, Karen O'Brien, Patricia Crumpler. Front: Paula Strickland, Karen An- derson, Karin Mueggenborg. NCC 76 FOOTBALL NCC 14 . . . Luther College NCC 6 . . . lll Wesleyan 29 NCC 7 . . . Carthage College NCC 24 . . . Millikln University 21 NCC 24 . . . Augustana College 16 NCC12 .. NCC38 Elmhurst College North Park 12 NCC 28 . . . Wheaton College MEN S CROSS COUNTRY Alumni Run . . . Alumni 32 Varsity 36 Freshmen 56 NCC Invitational . . . lst of 8 Notre Dame Invitational . . . 18th of 19 Ill lntercolleglates 6th of 15 CCIW Championships . . . lst of 9 MCAA Midwest Regionals . . . lst of 31 NCAA Division Ill Championships . . . 7th of 29 12 13 32 ' NCC 48 . . . Carroll College 13 27 MEN S TENNIS NCC 3 . . . Aurora NCC 0 NCC 7 NCC 0 NCC 1 NCC 2 NCC 6 NCC 5 Wheaton IBC 2 Carthage Judson 0 Concordla 5 North Park 3 Thornton Comm. College 4 MEN S BASKETBALL NCC 84 U of Wisconsin Whitewater NCC 62 Mlllikln 72 NCC 75 Delta State 101 NCC 72 U of TennesseeMartln NCC 70 llllnols Benedictine 76 Carroll 79 Ollvet Nazarene NCC 77 NCC 63 NCC 5 . . . Elmhurst 4 NCC 6 . . . Lewls Univ. NCC 1 . . . Carroll Col- lege 8 NCC 7 . . . George Wll- llams College 2 NCC 2 , . . Thornton Comm. College 7 CCIW Champlonshlps ... tied 7th of 9 6 9 9 NCC 3 . . . Lewis Univ. 6 3 NCC 66 NCC 71 NCC 61 NCC 72 NCC 82 NCC 71 NCC 68 NCC 85 NCC 72 NCC 71 NCC 79 NCC 112 NCC 86 99 NCC 110 NCC 63 NCC 91 Carthage 83 Augustana 103 McKendree 97 Augustana 107 Wheaton 78 North Park 94 llllnols Wesleyan Elmhurst 67 Carroll 84 Wheaton 63 Roosevelt 80 North Park 89 George Williams llllnols Wesleyan Eureka 86 Elmhurst 61 Carthage 79 SOFTBALL NCC 5 . . . University of Illinois- Chlcago Circle 7 NCC 19 . . . Lake Forest College 0 NCC 5 . . . Augustana College 2 NCC 4 . . . College of St. Francis 9 NCC 8 . . . College of St. Francis 9 NCC7 University of Wisconsin- Whitewater 0 NCC 7 . . . University of Wisconsin- Whitewater 3 Olivet Nazarene 3 NCC4... NCC 3 . . . Judson College 0 NCC 9 . . Judson College 1 NCC 9 . . . Concordia 4 NCC 3 . . . Aurora College 0 NCC 7 . . . Auarora College 3 NCC 11 .. . Wheaton College 1 NCC 9 . . . llllnols Wesleyan 0 NCC 13 . . . Illinois Wesleyan 7 NCC 12 . . . College of Lake County 5 NCC 10 . . . George Williams College 4 NCC 2 . . . Aurora College 1 NCC 4 . . . Augustana College 3 NCC 5 . . . llllnols Benedictine College 1 NCC 8 . . . McKendree College 4 NCC 5 . . . University of Illinois- Chicago Circle 2 NCC 11 . . . North Park College 4 NCC 3 . . . Quincy 2 NCC 3 . . . Augustana College 0 NCC 3 . . . Augustana 2 NCC 5 . . . St. Mary's fIn.l College O NCC 5 . . . University of Wisconsin- Steven's Point 3 NCC 4 . . . Augustana College 2 NCC 2 . . . Augustana College 5 NCC 3 . . . Augustana 0 NCC 3 . . . Simpson College 1 NCC 6 . . . Baker University 1 76 Ncc so If Munknn 75 82 so NCC 7 . . . Trenton State College 5 NCC 1 . . . Eastern Connecticut State College 3 NCC O . . . Greenville College 1 NCC 7 NCC6... NCC 0 NCC4... NCCI NCC9... NCCl2... NCC3... NCC4... NCCI4... NCC4... NCC6 NCCI4... NCC6 NCC6... NCC3... 6 NCC2... NCCI NCC4... NCC7 NCC10... NCC9 NCC6 NCC3... NCC5 NCC14... NCC5 NCC6... BASEBALL . Drexel Unlv. 2 Mlddle Tennessee State Unlv. 4 . Kent State Unlv. 7 Plymouth State College 5 Northern Iowa Unlv. 0 Adelphi Unlv. 10 U of I-Chicago Circle 7 North Park College 4 North Park College 3 Chicago State Univ. 7 Augustana 0 Augustana 1 Carroll College 4 Carroll College 5 Northwestern Unlv. 8 llllnols Institute of Technology Notre Dame Unlv. 3 Illinois Wesleyan Unlv. 5 Illlnols Wesleyan Unlv. 5 IBC 18 Mllllkln Unlv. 3 Mlllikln 6 Carthage 4 Carthage 4 Wheaton College 4 Wheaton College 0 Elmhurst College 4 Elmhurst College 5 WRESTLING NCC 23 COD 17 NCC 32 . . . 7 Illinois Univ. 17 NCC 51 . . . Wheaton 3 NCC 47 . . . Carthage 3 NCC 30 . . . Marquette 21 NCC 39 . . . Lake County 9 NCC 38 . . . North Park 13 NCC 29 . . . Olivet Nazarene 21 Ripon Invitational . . . 1st of 10 I WOMEN S SWIMMING VOLLEYBALL NCC . . . Loss. UICC NCC Loss Lake Mlchlgan College NCC Loss . . . lll. Community College NCC . . . Loss . . . Ill. Community College NCC . . . Loss . . . Chicago State University NCC . . . Win .. . Judson College NCC Loss . .. Lewls University NCC . . . Wln . . . Lake Forest College NCC .. . Wln . .. Mllllkln Unlverslty NCC . . . Win . . . North Park College NCC . . . Loss . . . Quincy College NCC . . . Loss . . . lll. Community College NCC . . . Loss . . . George Williams College NCC . . . Win . . . llvet Nazarene NCC Loss St Ambrose College NCC . .. Loss .. . Loyola Unlversity NCC . . . Win . . . MacMurray College NCC Loss Ill Benedlctene NCC . . . Loss . . . St. Xavier College NCC Loss U.of Wisconsin-Parkside NCC .. . Loss College NCC . . . Loss JVs NCC . .. Loss JVs NCC . . . Wln College NCC . . . Win NCC . .. Wln College NCC . . . Loss NCC Loss College NCC .. . Win College NCC Win College NCC Wln College NCC Wln St. Francis Western llllnols Illlnols State Carthage Aurora College Elmhurst lll. Wesleyan Wheaton Wheaton North Park Greenville Concordia WOMEN 'S BASKETBALL NCC 104 . .. George Williams 72 NCC 77 . . . Rockford 40 NCC 90 . . . Ill. Benedlctlne 64 NCC 79 . . , Northern Illinois 93 NCC93 NCC88... NCC64... NCC80... NCC90 Aurora 77 Elgln CC 50 Triton JC 86 Wheaton 71 Ammerud of Norway 73 NCC92... NCC73... Concordia 71 Carthage 84 NCC 104 . . . Judson 47 NCC 94 . . . NCC 94 . , . NCC 87 . . . Wesleyan Elmhurst 57 Rockford 78 llllnols 60 NCC 100 . .. Olivet Nazarene NCC 58 . . . NCC 83 . . . NCC 76 . . . 87 Loyola 82 Trinity 36 Carthage 90 NCC 118 . . , Lake Forest NCC96 llllnols State II NCC 100 . . . Aurora 75 NCC85 Uof Wisconsin-Parkside 70 NCC 76 . . . Nat l. College of Education 111 NCC 90 . . . Illlnols Wesleyan 78 NCC61 NCC77 NCC88 NCC94... Wheaton 70 Augustana 99 Ill. Benedictine George Williams 63 NCC 73 . . . UICC 87 NCC 74 . . . University of Chicago 69 NCC 64 . . . Quincy 57 NCC 56 . . . Augustana 65 MEN S SWIMMING NCC 37 UW Eau Claire Rockford Invitational 2nd of 7 Ill Intercolleglates Dlvlslon NCC 32 . . . UW-Eau Claire 53 College 3rd of 8 NCC 75 . . . Harper College 81 NCC Loss George Ncc as whemn 44 George Williams Invltatlonal . 6th of 8 Wllllams College NCC 94 , U washington . . Wheaton NCC 21 . . UW Whitewater 66 6 IAIAW DIVISIOII III 8th of 10 NCS 36 Nzighzrn Ill 77 CCIW Championships lst of 6 78 G 69 71 , as W III . . . Al.lQl.l813lld Vlklllg OIUIIIDICS . . . 5th of 5 Rockford Relays 1 I . 3rd of FCGPHI U4-J 29---JSP!--lm--2-SUP OFFICE i 3, qi I i, J 'i DMINISTR TIO ik. T Aff.-V' tl Gael Swing, President James Taylor, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty Roger Krahn, Dean of Students Richard Luze, Vice President for Continuing Education and Special Programs 92 y FACULTY N -er-' -'K 'KI s ta' ff' Zig 1i.4!'4" V""',fI ' , if t -Ng 3 Y ii' fin...-f-""' ANDREW ADAMS Associate Professor of Foreign Languages Kimmel Hall Director MILDRET ARAYA Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages GEORGE B. BADKE Instructor of Physical Education Head Football Coach MORRIS BOUCHER Associate Professor of Education JOHN S. CEROVSKI Professor and Chairperson of English JEFERY CLARK Seager Hall Director College Union Director GUS A. CONSTANTINE Professor and Chairperson of Education smgl., .. 4' ROBERT COOK Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Economics and Business Administration DONALD T. CRITCHLOW Assistant Professor of History ChaMetropolitan Studies DIANE DUVIGNEAUD Professor and Chairperson of Art RICHARD M. EASTMAN Professor and Chairperson of General Studies DAVID A FROLICK Associate Professor and Chairperson of Political Science CHRISTINA L. GATLIN Director of Financial Aid RICHARD GUZMAN Assistant Professor of English XV, . I., in-.Y 'UN rw, R was-M' 000 'iv 'SUV'--iwww ,fwuwx X I Q! ELOISE HAMANN Assistant Professor and Chairperson of Math- ematics DAVID HARTMAN Admissions Councelor KAREN J. HILL Adminsions Counselor Coach Women's Athletics BERNARD P. IZZO Professor and Chairperson of Music Artist-in-Resident DONALD E. JOHNSON Chairperson Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics MARIE LANGLOIS Supervisor Mail and Addressograph Room BILL L. LANKENAU Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration ,fwfr 'W'-.-., ...nf BERNARD PIERRE LEBREAU Associate Professor and Chairperson of Foreign LanguagesfDivision of Language and Litera- ture ARLENE J. LENNOX Visiting Lecturer of Physics THOMAS M. LOVE Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration TERRENCE G. MARSH Associate Professor of Biology ANN W. MC KINLEY Professor of Music MARIE E. MC NELLIS Assistant Director of Admissions DONALD E. MC VICKER Associate Professor and Chairperson of Socia- logy and Anthropology 1' .v 57 its I, K! I I A zalffsa. , X' ff' 'KAY fvv 12' V Yi' ,.,, L 1 PEGGY ANN MENDAK Assistant Professor of Education MICHAEL P. MOSER Campus Minister Director of Student Events HOWARD MUELLER Assistant Professor and Chairperson of Reli- gious Studies WILLIAM H. NAUMANN Professor of Religious Studies Chairperson of Humanities FRANCINE G. NAVAKAS Assistant Professor of English JAMES E. OSBORNE Vice President for Administration and Business Affairs JOHN PHEND Assistant Professor of Speech Communica- tionsfTheatre RUSSELL J. POEL Professor and Chairperson of Chemistry LUCY D. REY Assistant Professor of Socialogy and Anthropo- loyg ANNE T. SHERREN Professor of Chemistry HENRY L. SKOGLUND Associate Professor and Chairperson of Philos- ophy RICHARD E. SLOVACEK Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration RICHARD D. SNYDER Assistant Professor of Mathematics WESLY F. STIEG Professor and Chairperson of Biology 'ai 3 'Of'--""'Y F 5 r A'-fs f ' fx T rt . A S ix, f t , ., A M A , ' ' fm, V .fi ..gS32?'f' .f -1' -wr' V Nw TNS. P iff "V, ,Q 'yu- is ff iff we or f 1 5 5 We aff BEVERLY J. THORNBURG Associate Professor and Chairperson of Phys- ical Education ALLEN VANDER MEULEN JR. Associate Professor and Chairperson, Division of Economics and Business Administration RICHARD J. WILDERS Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics MADELEINE L. WULATIN Assistant Professor of Psychology tLeftD Professor Sawyer talks things over with some neurotics. R R A 1 'X 'Q ' Y is RQ X 'Sf x 1 I n I 1 SE IDRS ! Debra L. Ansley ,. -It--'Wiassc ' 111-if :ty 1-1 ,. , lv 'Q Sandra Robinson Baccus 'lx Tina M. Braun lax y R . . . z ,ij Susana Araya 5 . .i Mark Wayne Arentsen Bruce Baum Timothy Lee Barkman 'ssl' Margaret Brigel DEBRA L. ANSLEY Accounting major SUSANA ARAYA French major Spanish minor Spanish Club French Club French Dramas MARK WAYNE ARENTSEN Speech CommunicationsfTheatre major WONC lprogram directorl WONC lsports directorj Golf Team SANDRA ROBINSON BACCUS English major TIMOTHY LEE BARKMAN Math major Business minor Assistant Swim Coach Football Intramurals BRUCE BAUM Recreation and Psychology major President, L. l. F. E. Intramurals Basketball TINA M. BRAUN Marketing major MARGARET BRIGEL Psychology major X TOM BURDELIK Metropolitan Studies major Track Tom Burdelik Student Liaison Committee CUAB Competitive Edge Lounge CAROL RUBY BURKHALTER Psychology major Varsity Tennis CUAB Special Activities Committee NANCY CARLSTEDT Chemistry major Resident Assistant Yearbook Editor Honors Society President Chemistry Club Qs WILLIAM E. CLARK Business major Choir lntramurels Soccer MICHAEL P. COGLAN Management major Soccer Team Skiing William E. Clark LUPE CORREA Sociology major Spanish major Spanish Club DEBORAH FAITH CROWN Psychology major Sociology major Cheerleader Psi Chi Commencement Committee RUTH KRAMER DAVIS Art major Nancy Carlstedt K Ui Carol Ruby Burkhalter Lupe Correa - r Michael P. Coglan -6' 17' Deborah Faith Crown Ruth Kramer Davis , -w...,..4 'Q if f, ' 2 David I... DCPCW Sandy Dggtal 'UN . ,rfb y err 2? . 'T Christine Margaret Ali ,A I, All Eckei "' j am f "" I V11 f 9 Debra Ann Falduto ,W Dawn Marie Feudt 'C' William G. Fischer Dawn Foley Rick Franzen ,. DAVID L. DEPEW ll Political Science major English major Freshman Honor Society Dean's List 4 Years Tennis Richter Fellowship SANDY DOSTAI. Sociology major Anthropology major Continuing Education Committee CHRISTINE MARGARET ECKEL Music major Zeta Delta Choir Jazz Band Variety Show DEBRA ANN FALDUTO Political Science major French major Rotary Undergraduate Scholarship Award Alliance Francaise Vice Preisdent French Table Lombard Youth Commission Chairman French Radio French Play DAWN MARIE FEUDT Physical Education major Recreation major Women's Varsity Softball Team f Women's Varsity Tennis Team il Women's Varsity Basketball Team L.I.F.E. Student Co-Rep. IAIAW Manager Volleyball Team WILLIAM G. Flscmsn T Business Management major DAWN FOLEY Business major Marketing major RICK FRANZEN Technical Theatre major Theatre Guild Alpha Psi Amega l 4 ROLLIN KEITH GANSBERG Business Management major Psychology minor Golf team MICHAEL LEROY HALL Physical Education major Football Baseball MELINDA ANN HARDY Music major Zeta Delta Choir W.O.M.E.N. JAMES HARRIS Business major Football Swimming Student Government lntramurals SCOTT M. 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INEICH Physical Education major History major Varsity Football Varsity Club Intramural Softball JOYCE JABLONSKI Biology major Tri-Beta Treasurer Intramural Volleyball TIMOTHY J, JANES Accounting major Religion major Commuter Club School Musical Participant SUSAN KANE Recreation major Business Administration minor Dorm Council ROBERTA KRUEGER Speech Communications and Theatre major Makeup Crew of Antigone Cast Member of Hansel and Gretel JOHN MICHAEL KRUTZLER Psychology major Baseball lntramurel Football GLORIA RENEE KUNCL Philosophy major LORI SHANNON LANE Psychology major Pom Pons CUAB Homecoming Committee STAR LETURNO Psychology major Psi Chi Judicial Board JOHN LINDER Mathematics and Business Management majors President, Varsity Club Co-Captain, Track Track All-American KURTIS PAUL LONGNECKER Marketing major Art minor Commuter Club ROSALIE ANNE MAGDZIARZ Anthropology major DORIS J. 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Morgan A TL 'Tr 'i1i?nf'A t tr! no Theresa Louise ' Mosley Q'--'47 Victoria Moran 95 I 1 x Colleen Ellyn Murray JAMES MARTIN History major Track Varsity Club GARY CARL MILER Chemistry major Captain, Football Track KRISTIN MINER Business and Psychology majors Spanish minor Master Plan Committee Pom Pon CUAB Resident Assistant Psi Chi SUSAN ROBERTA MINK Speech CommunicationsfTheatre major Theatre Guild Alpha Psi Omega Yearbook Judicial Board lnter-Dorm Council Religious Life Committee VICTORIA MORAN Religion major Honor Society Richter Fellowship Recipient DALE W. MORGAN Philosophy and French majors French Dramas Writer's Club TI-IERESA LOUISE MOSLEY Recreation major COLLEEN ELLYN MURRAY Accounting major CUAB Pom Pon Honor Society MOTOMI NAITOH Art major PATRICIA ANN NAUGHTON Chemistry major Biology major Business major Tri-Beta Chemistry club Yearbook staff CARRIE EILEEN NEISIUS Elememtary Education major BRUCE F. NESMITH Speech Communications major Social Studies major WONC Public Affairs Director WONC News Director WONC Station Manager WONC Music Director NC Chronicle lntramurals North Central Honor Society Who's Who Among Students At American Colleges and Universities JAMES A. NUDERA Physical Education major Recreation major Varsity Football Varsity Wrestling lntramurals Varsity Club THOMAS 0'CONNOR Math major WONC News Director Math club Vice-President Nominations and Review Committee Froshman Honor Society Contract Committee lnterdorm Council Model U.N. DIANE OLIN Psychology major Sociology major lntramurals Homecoming Committee Graduation Committee PATRICK 0'MALLEY Marketing major Trainer lntramurals J-Board ff' Patricia Ann Naughton Motomi Naitoh :N Carrie Eileen Nelslus G-.rv kv-7' Bruce F. Nesmith James A. Nudera 47 Thomas 'Connor Diane Olin Patrick O'Malley xl R .'K 1 hy' I . ins X I at-N, . A-51 R .M ! as af? ' x, A 12 ' K 5' X ,i r' Mary Ann Owens TMJ ,fs'2'7?f7'f'f' y, , M35fai" fy, . 4 a ff ' A pm, . I AE V f '-S.: , Af. u. . f, A, 4' ff, if - . yg2i,,-f- ' 1 ' if 'V H , f 'Al H ,,- X - A .sg- Rf Paul Anthony Pajor Frank Pappalardo X Robert G. Paveleck Joyce Radostits Tir! ii W i t Dave Peugh Geralyn Pelka Dawne A. Rhea MARY ANN OWENS Economics major English major Art minor PAUL ANTHONY PAJOR Business Management major lntramurels FRANK PAPPALARDO Speech Communications and Theatre WONC Announcer Chronicle Staff ROBERT G. PAVELECK Mathematics major Sports Editor of NC Chronicale Musicals Variety Show Open Stages lntramurel Sports Math Tutor GERALYN PELKA History major DAVE PEUGH Physical Education major Psychology minor Basketball lntramurels JOYCE RADOSTITS Physical Education major Recreation major Varsity Volleyball jlntercollegiatel Varsity Softball llntercollegiatel Varsity Basketball llntercollegiatel Intramurals Varsity Club AIAW Student Representative DAWNE A. 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