North Central High School - Northerner Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1972
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For some, drugs are the answer to self understanding, but more and more are turning to Christ. Each searches in his own way for self knowledge, a necessary step of . . . New building expands learning facilities I xcirini; Icariiint opportunities await- ed students tliis fall as a result of the school building expansion program. This program, effecting a broad cross- section of school facilities included a new football stadium, varsity baseball field, tennis courts, and a 10-lane run- ning track. The major feature of this building program is the J. Everett Light Career center. This unique concept in occupa- tional education will be housed in a separate structure to the south of the school. Youths and adults residing with- in the participating school districts will have the opportunity to enroll in special training courses for occupational goals. Back in the main building, the " new look " in the library was evident in a streamlined two-deck arrangement. Also of major importance will be the long- awaited indoor swimming pool. Occupy- ing the center of interest in the science area, in addition to special laboratories, will be a planetarium. A new stagecraft area, permitting simultaneous rehearsal of two theatre arr productions, will provide needed versatility. 10 UPPER LEFT: AN AERIEL VIEW shows the new J. Evereff Light Vocational Building in the process of construction. This center will double the size of the North Central campus. TOP: THE PROGRESS IN NOVEMBER is shown by a front view of the new center. When completed, the building will have two shifts of teachers for twelve months a year. ABOVE: CON- STRUCTION MEN BULLDOZE ground after many careful measures are made by surveyors. FAR LEFT: AUTO MECHANICS WILL BE one of the classes to be housed and offered in the new building upon its com- pletion. LEFT: PLANING, SAWING, AND NAILING keep workmen busy as they try to finish the complex on schedule. Panther spirit shown in spring activities i Hundreds of pairs of blue, white, and even striped tennis shoes roamed through the halls on March 25. These sneakers belonged to the students who felt the spirit of the first annual 1971 Tennis Shoe Day. Encouraged by the Student Council, students were asked to show support for the spring teams by wearing their tennis shoes on this day. Spring sports, including tennis, golf, baseball, and track, were honored on April 24, Spring Sports Day. Elected as queen, Christie Schlaegel reigned over the teams as they placed in their re- spective events. For the juniors, spring held extra meani ng. The Junior Prom at the In- diana Roof, was held on May 8 with a theme of 1910-Yesterday. The break- fast following the dance was held at the Dolphin Club and featured the Soul Messengers. Crowned as the king and queen were Jeff Robertson and Jamie Corey. The end of the school year for the seniors brought the excitement of graduating but also the sadness of leaving. On Slop Day seniors came dressed in anything from police outfits to baseball uniforms. 1,123 seniors gathered on June 8 at the coli- seum in caps and gowns to receive their long awaited diplomas. Their final get- together, the Graduation Dance, was held at the Indiana Roof on June 12. FAR UPPER LEFT: ANNUAL SPRING SPORTS DAY heralds the renewal of activity by Arthur Rod- dy and Tysaud Johnson, members of the 1971 track team. UPPER LEFT: TO THE STATELY MUSIC OF pomp and circumstance, 1971 graduates en- ter the gymnasium. When they leave, they will have received their diplomas along with silent hopes for their future. FAR LOWER LEFT: THE EN- THUSIASM for Annual Senior Slop Day appears to guarantee that this day will remain a firm school activity. FAR LEFT: AFTER HAVING BEEN CROWNED 1971 Junior Prom Queen, Jamie Corey congratulates King Jeff Robertson. LEFT: FIRST ANNUAL Tennis Shoe Day was inaugurat- ed to boost schoolwide athletic spirt. Meaningful experiences fill summer For 1,153 summer school students, parallel parking, figure eights, and white lines were all very common. These stu- dents were part of the summer Driver ' s Education program, which consisted of 28 instructors and 22 automobiles. Mr. Norman Harner was the coordinator for the entire program. The students who were enrolled in one of the 5 sessions spent seven days in class learning the fundamentals and two and a quarter hours in actual driving practice per day. Each session lasted eleven days. Instead of taking advantage of the lazy days, some students found jobs both mentally and financially rewarding. Corn de-tassling, life-guarding, and clerking were the most popular means to earn money. Vacation was not all hard work and learning for everyone. Trips, swimming, and football practice kept the rest busy. 14 UPPER LEFT: FALL HERALDS THE FOOTBALL SEASON but these stalwart reserve players are padded and masked to work out on the field in August. Mr. Schiffli looks on as players shape up for the approaching season. ABOVE: WHAT EVERY STUDENT dreams about, mastering the Driver ' s Education course. At North Central, the program is usually filled to capacity with eager students every summer. Mr. Riley guides cars through a parallel parking session. FAR LEFT: HORSEBACK RIDING provides challenge and fun as one of the most popular summer activities. LEFT: THE MOTORCYCLE IS DEPICTED as a symbol of youthful dreams which can be realized through hard work and determination. Trike race begins 1971 Homecoming The 1971 Homecoming festivities opened with the annual trike race. Each homeroom was allowed one team of four girls and two boys as a pit crew. The girls donned costumes and exhibited their racing skills on trikes. After beating stiff competition, Rhamey ' s Real Wheel- ers captured first place. During the pep session, Key Club entertained with a skit, the queen candi- dates were presented, and the student body was given a chance to vote for their choice. The cheerleaders led the students in cheers, urging the Panthers on to vic- tory in the game that night. Last year ' s queen, Margie Koerten, returned to crown her successor, Jody Price, during halftime activities. Other halftime highlights included a brilliant fireworks display and the release of hun- dreds of red, black, and white balloons. The Panthers proved themselves mighty once again as they slipped past Arlington to win the football game, 8-7. Festivities concluded with the tradi- tional turnabout dance, where Tim Stone was crowned King. The theme was " Color My World " with music pro- ' vided by Pure Funk. UPPER LEFT — HALFTIME ACTIVITIES at the Home- coming game include a brilliant fireworks dis- play, saluting the team and the crowning of the 1971 Homecoming Queen, Jody Price. Candi- date Wendy Schwartz looks on. LOWER LEFT — KEN GARRIOT CARRIES the ball for more yard- age in the North Central-Arlington game. The Panthers won the game 8-7. UPPER RIGHT — WITH A LOOK of determination, Patty Franz pedals her way to the finish line in the annual Trike Race. LOWER RIGHT — THE 1971 HOME- COMING KING CANDIDATES were Jeff Robert- son, Maxie Davis, Tim Stone, Milton Thompson, and Alvin Fowler (not pictured). Tim Stone was crowned as King at the dance. 17 all season finds many students involved Musical drama highlighted the North Central stage during the fall with " Hello Dolly " , the musical put on by the music department. Diann Thomas held the lead role as Dolly Gallagher Levi, Kevin Stock was Horace Vandergelder and El- len Swisher portrayed Irene Molloy. Long rehearsals and patience made the show a success. Also part of the Fall Festival was the Triangle Club sponsored boutique set up in the student center. Students were able to buy N.C. t-shirts, sweaters, and other mementos. A final highlight of the Fall Festival was the style show, " Matchmaker Fashions " . Twenty senior girls were selected by three independent judges to model fashions from Paul Harris stores. Students attending the style show were given a chance to win one of the door prizes. Many other activities also took place in the fall, such as the annual Military Ball sponsored by the ROTC, the fall play " Spiral Staircase " which had the audience solving a murder and the chil- dren ' s play, " Winnie the Pooh " . Young Life meetings brought many N.C. students together for singing, skits, and discussion about Christ. Students displayed their school spirit by attending the football games in the newly built stadium. RIGHT DIANN THOMAS PLAYING DOLLY CONVINCES Kevin Stock, Horoce, that Ellen Swisher, Irene Molley, is not hiding anything. These students were in the fall musical, " Hello Dolly " . FAR RIGHT— GEORGIA SINCLAIR STEPS IN TIME to " Put on Your Sunday Clothes " in the musicol, " Hello Dolly " . BELOW — JACK JOSEPH WAS ONE OF THE MANY STUDENTS who purchased a t-shirt at the bou- tique sponsored by the Triangle Club. LOWER RIGHT— SINGING AND DISCUS- SION ARE FAVORITES of North Central students attending Young Life. FAR LOW- ER RIGHT WENDY ENKEMA MODELS THE LATEST in fashion today. " Matchmaker Fashions " was the theme of the annual Fall Festival style show. RIGHT — SPARKLING DOWNTOWN SKYLINE sym- bolizes the joy of the Christmas season prevailing at North Central. BELOW — JUNIORS EARN CHEERS as they portray defeated Southport players at a pep rally. Lights, tinsel snow bring Christmas Holiday spirit and panther pep livened the winter months. The holiday season began in India- napolis when the Christmas lights on monument circle were lighted. At N.C. the holiday season began with the large Christmas tree in the student center, decorated by the sophomore class council. The Christmas dance, sponsored by the student council, featured the slow music of Atlantis and centered around the theme of " Babes in Toyland " . The Music Department presented their annual Christmas program which fea- tured Handel ' s Messiah. Pep assemblies boosted school spirit for the basketball games. Junior English classes entertained at one pep session with a skit depicting basketball through the ages. Key Club sponsored its annual can drive two weeks before Christmas vaca- tion. Once again seniors were victorious. I. 4v -r ' j 20 FAR LEFT: COUPLES ENJOY DANCING to the music provided by Atlantis at the Christmas Dance. The theme was " Babes in Toyland " . LEFT — A TIP- OFF between junior Paul Peterson and a New Castle adversary heralds the basketball season. A B O V E — THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT carried the spirit of the season with their annual Christmas program. 21 Teachers reach out as friends, trying to communicate their ideas as well as knowledge. Constant competition pushes us to work harder. While listening, learning, and thinking of our future ambitions we form values, deciding on our course through life. Our request for a psychology course proves we want to understand ourselves and others better. We want answers explaining why we do the things we do. The interest in Drug Education shows we want to understand the reasons some take drugs, and the sensations they go through. With understanding comes compassion. RIGHT — MR. HARBRON and one of his students are absorbed in a keypunch operation in the computer training program. The learner and the teacher graphically depict the ideal one-to-one ratio in education. BELOW — MATH TEACHERS take pride in their subject. Math offers variety of courses Solving algebraic equations and geo- metric proofs seemed to be only the be- ginning of problems for students in- volved in math. North Central ' s wide variety of courses gave much opportunity for a student to advance in the field of math. Courses ranged from business math, classified as the easiest course, to math topics, an independent study of math. The most popular courses seemed to be geometry, a study of figures and space, and algebra, a study of structure. Probably the toughest courses were cal- culus and math topics, levels which few students attained. In math topics, an in- dependent study of math, the students learned equations and surveyed topics. The student then advanced to the cate- gory of math they wanted to study in depth and did research on, and made reports to the teacher on what he found. North Central seems to be an excellent place for a student to gain unlimited knowledge in the field of mathematics. 24 Relevancy in social studies One of the things that this year ' s so- cial studies department stressed most was relevancy. Many of the teachers tried new and different teaching methods in order to interest the students in the ma- terial being presented. Field trips to points of interest, conventions and semi- nars held within the classsoom, films and extra material, and speakers on special subjects were used. Senior economic classes had visitors from labor unions in order to obtain a rather introspeaive view on that subject. Junior history classes held mock conven- tions and trials to recreate great past events. World History classes made cos- tumes of past eras. All these projects and extra projects helped to make social studies more real and alive to students. 26 LI5W DEWOCRACT _NATIDN UPPER LEFT: CLASS DISCUSSION between U.S. History students is focused on the document In the foreground. FAR LEFT: HISTORY STUDENT WASHINGTON BEL- LAMY ASSUMES responsibility for the class learning environment by engaging in positive thought provoking discussion. LEFT: TEACHER AND STUDENT COM- MUNICATION is promoted by visual aid charts. This procedure is an ideal ap- proach to teaching. Appliance of skills shown in various science classes The science department aimed at a more comprehensive study of the sci- ences. Films and other visual aids, along with fine lab facilities offered classes a better understanding of the scientific world around us. Besides the usual dissection of cats, frogs, and sharks, students in zoology classes participated in field trips to state parks to observe animals and their be- havior. In an effort to further their knowledge of body systems, physiology students set up experiments on heart rate and blood pressure. The study of molecules, atoms, acids, and bases were some of the topics dis- cussed in chemistry classes. Advanced chemistry classes stressed more lab work and independent study. Studies of heat, electricity, and magnetism were included in the physics courses. Students studying botany used scien- tific methods to apply their knowledge of the plant kingdom to their own existence. Geology students examined rocks and minerals to determine their compositions. LEFT: STEVE LUCAS AND BRUCE LETWIN DEM- ONSTRATE chemistry lab techniques. FAR RIGHT: MR. PRETTYMAN ' S KNOWLEDGE of drug educa- tion is spread throughout the community as well as the school. 29 Students probe intricacies of Early American Litcniturc came alive this year with the reading of The Cru- cible, The Scarlet Letter, poems by Irving, and the gruesome stories of Poe. Sophomores took time out for the present by studying the traditional grammar, spelling, and vocabulary. Spending most of their time in the library, seniors searched for information needed to com- plete their term papers which proved to be beneficial for their futures. Chasing the little bright lights in Read- ing Lab gave students the opportunity to correct bad reading habits and increase speed. A select group of senior students were offered a humanities class in which they held informal type discussions using a seminar format. An increase of interest in dramatics and speech classes was noticed as these courses were offered to students wishing to improve their speaking ability and poise. Both courses included pantomim- ing and developing facial expressions as well as a good speaking voice. BOTTOM: KEVIN FORD demonstrates how dra- matics courses can create a more useful imagina- tion. RIGHT: FLIPPING THROUGH THE PAGES of a reference book looking up facts for her term paper, senior Patti Schaefer spends her spare time in the library. 30 I 31 Languages give insight to customs Bonjour, Guten Tag, and Buenos Dias are ami)ng the phrases one might hear daily wiiilc walking down a foreign lan- guage hall. Through a concentrated effort to gain greater insight in the customs and modes of living in various countries, foreign language students made use of films and tapes in the language labs, in addition to mastering the languages. Third and fourth year juniors are given the opportunity to study abroad with the I.U. Honors Program. RIGHT: STUDYING A MAP OF GERMANY, stu- dents discuss the different dialects of their lan- guage. BOTTOM: IN THE THIRD ANNUAL CHARIOT RACE held by the Latin classes, students race toward the finish line for a victory. 32 BELOW — PRACTICING SKILLS LEARNED IN CLASS Is Important to proficiency in shorthand. Helene Askenaz improves her skills daily. RIGHT — MRS. CUT- TER ' S CLASS TAKES A QUIZ as she proudly surveys her students. To make efficient and experienced workers for tomorrow out of the un- trained students of today, is one of the major objectives of the Business Department. Many programs have been initiated since the founding of North Central in order to keep up with the rapid pace of the business world. One of the most im- portant of these is the Cooperative Edu- cation Program, in which students spend part of the day in classes and part on the job, applying the skills taught in their classes. Teachers interview employers in order to evaluate student progress. In this way scholastic and vocational areas are coordinated into a cohesive unit. Various courses make up the depart- ment curriculum. Basic courses such as typing and stenograpy to more difficult ones such as clerical practice and busi- ness communications and specialized areas such as merchandising make up a program for the student who prepares for the future. Business Department prepares for future 34 35 Projects, trips highlight I ' rojccts, tlisplays, and ficltl trips hi i h- . liglitcd tlie year for srudcnts in the prac- tical arts department. Clothing classes learned to develop sewii skills and displayed these skills in the annual style show presented in the spring. Panels, bulletin boards and speak- ers helped girls gain a better understand- ing of family living and child develop- ment. Preparing a meal, considering its nutritional value and cost, taught stu- dents the aspects of family diet. Drafting classes designed and con- structed scale models of houses. Field trips to construction sites helped the boys acquire knowledge of what it takes to build a house. Building amplifiers and radios were a few of the projects at- tempted by students in electronics. A co-op program was started for boys wish- ing to gain work experience in the field of electronics. Those enrolled in auto mechanics learned about automotive tune-ups and safety inspection of cars. Practice on used cars gave students an understanding of the construction of a car. practical arts ABOVE — A STRAIGHT LINE is the shortest distance between two points, and skill at the mechanical drawing board is acquired through patient appli- cation of principals by students Joe Everhardt, and Bill Bauer. UPPER RIGHT — THE AUTOMOBILE BEGINS TO TAKE GLEAM as Auto Mechanic student Doug Lowry performs a cleaning operation; the final stage in car assembly. RIGHT — THE PRINTING INDUSTRY OFFERS MANY JOB OPPORTUNITIES for young persons. North Central afford students with such learning skills as setting the manual printing and typing machines. Student Clayton Rich ac- quaints himself with the operation of the Linotype machine. 36 38 LEFT — THE NORTH CENTRAL GYM DEPARTMENT provides opportunities for students to develop athletic skills, physical grov th, attitude, and mental awareness. The building of these goals is accomplished through working out on the football field, as a student runs for yardage. BELOW — GYM STUDENTS enjoy a period of competition and recreation, through participation in soccer. Phys. Ed. stresses having fun Football, basketball, soccer, gym suits, and gym assistants are all part of a typi- cal day in physical education courses. Most North Central gym teachers re- gard their class to be just as important as any other class a student is enrolled in. Working together and having fun were two of the things teachers found most important. They tried to relate activities to things students will be able to do when they are out of high school. A variety of team sports and individual sports were offered. Team sports were offered to teach sportsmanship and give students a chance to work together. Individual sports were geared toward the future, skills the student will be able to use away from school. Soccer, archery, gym- nastics and tumbling, softball, tennis, and volleyball were a few activities stu- dents participated in. One activity which was found to be one of the most en- joyable was square dancing. Girl ' s classes added a feminine touch with a unit on dance, posture, and creativity, while boys concentrated on developing their biceps. In the future, gym classes will probably be split with a required unit on swimming after the completion of the new pool. Pool facilities will help alleviate the current over-crowded classes. 39 The drama student identifying with a character, adds a little of himself convincing the audience of its reality. The art student expresses his feelings and inner self through his work. The music student using tone, rhythm, and facial expressions communicates ideas, and emotion. Each through UPPER LEFT: USING CLAY AND CUT GLASS, senior Cynthia Sommers works on a sculpture project. BOTTOM: DONNA FRIDIE PUTS last minute touches on an Art 1 project. Art classes benefit interested students The goal of the Art Department, rather than concentrating on a few stu- dents, is to be of service to any individual who shows an interest. The department is diversified and can provide oppor- tunities in a great number of art fields. The work of different classes is on display throughout the year, and the Fine Arts Festival exhibits the talent of the combined sections of the department. The program cover for Junior Spec- tacular and the cover design for Etchings in Thought are products of the art de- partment. Much of the advertising for the school ' s productions is also handled by students in art classes. Besides Art 1 through 8, any student can also take courses in silvercraft, sculpture, ceramics or weaving. 42 CENTER: TOM PECK, SENIOR, FIN- ISHES an Art 7 assignment making an advertising logotype and symbol for a restaurant. UPPER RIGHT: KEVIN FRIDIE, JUNIOR, BEGINS the job of making a work of art out of a lump of clay in ceramics class. LEFT: JUNIOR TRUDI SAUNDERS SOLDERS parts for a silver necklace. ABOVE: AFTER LEARNING THE FUNDAMENTALS OF WEAVING, Kelly Koehler, junior, begins work with one of the smaller looms. UPPER RIGHT — SENIOR TODD BETHEL listens for cues while working on rail crew. They are responsible for all curtain calls. UPPER MIDDLE — PAINTING STAGE SETS is one of the many jobs Stage Crew members participate In during the year. UPPER LEFT — REHEARSING FOR THE CHILDREN ' S PLAY, Charlie Hammond person- ates Winnie the Pooh. LOWER RIGHT: USING INDICATIVE FACIAL EXPRESSIONS, Senior Bun- ny Keene communicates her feelings in the " Spiral Staircase " as she plays Helen, a mute girl. LOWER MIDDLE — PORTRAYING AN OLD LADY, junior Suzy Fleenor captures the au- diences of the " Spiral Staircase. " LOWER LEFT — ACTING AS ANIMALS In " Winnie the Pooh, " Kanga, played by Cindy Sparrenburger, gives Piglet, Lori Wolner, a bath while Roo, played by Penny Rose, watches. Talents seen in ' ' Spiral Staircase ' ' The Drama Department exhibited dy- namic performances and a variety of tal- ents. To begin the year, the " Spiral Staircase " was presented. The exciting mystery kept the audiences on the edge of their seats. Neill Rolsky played Pro- fessor Warren, the murderer. Suzy Flee- nor, Todd Bethel, Bunny Keene, and Lori Wolner were the supporting cast. Another side of the Drama Depart- ment was seen in the children ' s play, " Winnie the Pooh. " Students personated a varied cast of donkeys, rabbits, and teddybears. Charlie Hammond had the lead as Winnie the Pooh. Marcia Fritz played the role of Christopher Robbins. In addition to being involved on stage, students worked in many other areas be- hind the scenes. Props, stage sets, cos- tumes, and mak e-up were operated by students under the direction of Mr. Lord and Mr. Henderson. Productions prove highly successfu Tlie Drama Department presented the winter play " You Can ' t Take It With You " . The cast of 19 portrayed various cliaracters from a Russian ballet teacher, an unsuccessful writer and painter, and a Russian Duchess to a typical Wall Street businessman. Todd Bethel had the lead role as Mr. Sycamore, the head of a family who rebelled against the common social pressures. Bob Borman, Kent War- ren, Jay Bursky, Bunny Keene, and Bob Hines played major roles. Repertory Theater provided another outlet for the dramatical talents of stu- dents in their winter activities. The com- pany, through the Herron School of Art Culture Program, performed " Sorry, Wrong Number " . The play was about a nervous invalid, played by Ellen Hen- kel, who accidently overheard a con- versation between two men planning a murder. As she tries to get help from two switchboard operators, Debbie Sherron and Debi Mitchell, she slowly begins to realize that she is the intended victim. Repertory Theater also performed " The Scarecrow " for inner city schools along with " The Answer " . 46 TOP LEFT: TODD BETHEL ACTING as Mr. Syca- more listens to Kent Warren, Grandpa, lightly talk about government letters while he is being served tomatoes by Dawn Fishman who plays Essie Sycamore. TOP RIGHT: JUNIOR RHEA FOSTER is the hospital receptionist in the play " Sorry, Wrong Number " . BOTTOM LEFT: BUN- NY KEENE, PLAYING the role of Alice Syca- more, is warmly greeted by Neill Rolsky, the Russian ballet teacher, as she and Jay Bursky, playing Tony Kirby, Jr., return home. BOTTOM CENTER: EXAMINING THEIR NEWLY made fire- crackers, senio r Bob Borman, Mr. DePinna, and Todd Bethel, Mr. Sycamore, prepare for the Fourth of July celebration in the winter play. BOTTOM RIGHT: SENIOR KENT WARREN uses various shadow and line effects to create the appearance of the elderly grandfather in the winter play, " You Can ' t Take It with You. " TOP: SINGING ENTHUSIASTICALLY, COUNTERPOINT members become a part of fheir music as they sing " Applause. " TOP CENTER: WHILE PRAC- TICING HER part, senior Robin Forbes learns new breath techniques. BOTTOM: PRACTICING SOPRANO PARTS, seniors Debbie Brown, Susie Sohn, and Georgia Sinclair concentrate on notes and rhythm. mmmmmmmmm mmmmmm CP ' s sing at Republican Convention Counterpoints demanded time and ef- fort from devoted members. The students worked during class and after school rehearsals to master singing and chore- ography for performances. Songs from Broadway were sung for civic organiza- tions, church groups, and school con- vocations and programs. They also sang for the National Republican Convention and the Fine Arts Festival. Girls ' Ensemble, a music group of 33 girls, sang at the Governor ' s- Mansion along with programs at Goodwill, local PTA meetings and other social func- tions. They began each program with a traditional opening followed by a " Love Medley, " " Food Medley, " and the " Old Maid ' s Prayer. " Working as a unified group, they achieved perfection in musi- cal expression and tone quality. ABOVE: WORKING ON THE FALL MUSICAL, " Hello, Dolly " are seniors Elaine Frelge, Kathy Kelso, Milt Thompson, Scott Hickle, and Ken Glass. LEFT: SENIOR SHIRLENE SCUDDER be- comes involved In singing during an Ensemble program. 49 Descants perfect rhythm, choreography Music Men combined vocal artistry and choreoL;rapli;c movements. Singing selections from " Chicago " and " Fifth Di- mensions " , they entertained at school convocations and local organizations. Descants displayed diversity in songs and choreography. Music from classical to modern were sung. German and French songs along with Bacharach and a con- temporary Christmas medley were a part of their presentations. The bass guitar, tamborine, and drums were used as accompaniments. One of the most unique musical groups, Bell Choir, performed through- out the state employing a variety of mus- ical effects that ranged from classical to jazz. Membership requirements were based on their ability to play another instrument and sight read. To achieve unusual effects they frequently con- trased the bells with wind chimes, coconuts, or acoustic guitar. ABOVE: PRACTICING BEFORE A PROGRAM, Mu- sic Men make last minute changes in their med- ley for an afternoon performance. BELOW: MU- SIC MEN INSTRUCT non-performing choirs on breathing techniques ancJ tone quality. 50 ABOVE: DESCANT CHOIR DEMONSTRATES vari- ous choreographic techniques. LEFT: MUSIC MEN MEMBERS work on improvement of individual voices and increase their music skills. BELOW: BELL CHOIR PERFORMS for several churches and local groups throughout the year especially during the Christmas season. UPPER LEFT — ACCENTS WORK ON many songs for their programs such as " Tea for Two. " LOWER LEFT — MADRIGALS PERFORM MANY different arrangements including a 1940 ' s med- ley. UPPER RIGHT — ALLEGROES PERFORM FOR several charitable organizations and civic leagues. LOWER RIGHT — DEBTONES EXECUTE TOP quality performances after many hours of practice. Performing choirs sing for civic groups Preparing upcoming performances kept the female choirs (Debtones, Al- legroes, Madrigals, and Accents) busy throughout the year. Programs were presented for hospitals, churches, and local civic groups. In addi- tion, they entertained audiences at the Spring Fine Art Festival and the annual Christmas program. While creating harmony and perfect- ing rhythm and choreography, choir members improved individual voices as well as overall tone quality. Each of the choirs served as ushers for all musical presentations. Members of the choirs were encour- aged to try out for the fall musical, " Hello, Dolly " , in order to have the ex- perience of combining their musical and acting abilities. Accents entered the music scene this year with the purpose of providing great- er opportunities for the growing num- ber of choir members. Mr. Martin, Mr. Laughlin, Mr. Critzer, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Thomas spent many hours devoted to students who were interested in increasing their music skills. Choir members learn basic singing techniques Comprised of female voices, the Girls ' Concert Choir and Girls ' Chorale strived for improvement of individual voices. Choir members concentrated on music fundamentals, theory, and sight reading. An annual highlight of this group was its participation in the " Choral Union " presentation of the " Messiah " during the Christmas season. A Capella and Northernaires acquired music skills as they learned a variety of songs. They, along with all other music groups, were heard on the annual Christmas record. Music Theory stressed the application of principles to keyboard harmonization with emphasis on sight reading, diction, and harmonization of melodies. Music appreciation dealt with the his- tory of music and basic elements of music form and their relation to culture and various periods of history. TOP: COMBINING EFFORTS AND TALENTS, sophomores Wendy Rusch, Sally Bastion, and Sharon Applegarth rehearse new songs. RIGHT: SOPHOMORES BECKY HARRIS, and Nancy Slater work on a variety of new songs in choir. BOTTOM: USING THEIR DIAPHRAMS, members of Girls ' Concert Choir practice breathing properly. 54 TOP: SENIORS BRIAN STRATER, Wade Porter, Georgia Sinclair, and Susie Sohn practice for " Hello, Dolly. " TOP LEFT: LISTENING TO IN- STRUCTIONS, Music Theory students prepare to demonstrate harmonization of individual parts. LEFT: GIRLS ' CONCERT CHOIR and Girls ' Chorale begin working on the " Messiah. " 55 Orchestra ranks among best in state In its history, the orchestra has had a perfect record of first division Class A ratings in the state contest. Composed of 106 members, it is one of the largest and best in the state. Along with regular con- certs, the orchestra performs for many junior high and grade schools, and has accompanied many dance companies. Benefit performances and a series of chil- dren ' s concerts were planned. It is di- rected by Mr. Richard Dennis. The string quartet practices one of the highest art forms in the field of music. It performs for many social en- gagements all over the city as well as special concerts for the Red Cross and Crossroads. The very select group has an outstanding record in the state contest. Both the string quartet and the orchestra have made appearances on local tele- vision. The Symphonic Wind Ensemble con- sists mostly of seniors. It represents some of the school ' s best musicians. Many members of the department have been offered numerous music scholarships. Bands show school spirit with music The band department was a major part of school activity as it provided the music for the musical productions plus a gen- erating force for much of the school spirit. The Concert Band was the largest of the band organizations consisting of around 60 members. During the football season the Symphonic Wind Ensemble and the Concert Band joined together to form the Marching Band. This group played at the games and marched in the 500 Festival Parade and before the 500 Mile Race. Another segment of the band depart- ment was the Stage Band. This group performed for the school many times throughout the year including concerts with special guest artists. Officers were Jon Morris, band captain; Tysaud John- son, sergeant; Bonnie Campbell, secretary; Janet Atkinson, treasurer; and Fred Kelly, drum major. All of the bands were directed by Mr. Samuel Rhinesmith. 58 5 UPPER LEFT: MARCHING BAND downtown dur- ing the Veterans Day Parade. ABOVE: THE CON- CERT BAND. MIDDLE: BATON CORPS — FRONT: Marty Minx, Patti Jackson. BACK: Angle Hall, Vicki Acton, Cheryl Smith, Carlo Light, Dianne Graven, Mary Kay McGrath, Wendy Kreisher, Susie Spaulding. LEFT: MEMBERS OF THE STAGE BAND. 59 Involving themselves in school organizations students reach out. Those in student government work with the administration acting as a sounding board for student grievances. Communication is not always achieved, but each side makes an effort. American Field Service members reach out to exchange students, seeking to understand their ideas, way of life, and political views. Each organization reaches out in different areas, but all with the aim of understanding. Endeavoring to create better communi- cation between students, faculty, and ad- ministration, the Student Council has put in many hours of concentrated effort and thought. The accumulation of a year and a half of hard work was the Student Bill of Rights which was adopted to let students know of their privileges and responsibilities. With the new homeroom system and almost all new members, the council pro- vided a better representation from the students. Abolishment of the grade point average requirement for members also contributed to this goal. In addition to the Student Bill of Rights the Student Council determined a new Grievance Procedure. They also held the first Discussion Day Seminars for the benefit of the students. KEITH NOVICK, President of the Student Council, explains recent issues, then allows for discussion at the Student Council meeting. 62 Council promotes human relations TOP — PATTI PARRETT VOICES HER OPIN- ION during a student council meeting. BOTTOM — SALLY SIGGINS, ASSISTANT SECRETARY, listens intently to the council members ' ideas. 64 AFS Club broadens friendships To promote better understanding among peoples of all lands, the local American Field Service chapter launched an aggressive action program. During the year, AFS members extended their under- standing and interest of foreign life, cul- ture, customs, and languages by hosting foreign students. Members concerned themselves with the activities of the ex- change students and tried to make their visit more memorable. Varied club activities were conducted to promote mutual understanding be- tween local and foreign students. High- lights included a Halloween party com- plete with costumes, Christmas caroling, an area wide AFS weekend, and the presentation of a convocation to the school. TOP: AN AMERICAN PERIODICAL CAPTURES THE IN- TERESTS of foreign exchange students Elizabeth Moss and Birgitta Nilsson. ABOVE: AFS MEMBER CINDY HARGADON converses with Spanish exchange student Adrian Luchini at the annual coke party. LEFT: MIL- HOUSE, TOM MILLER ' S TEDDY BEAR, attracts the atten- tion of Italian foreign student, Titti Casiraghi. 65 Students gain recognition, meet goals HdH Membership in the National Honor Society was one of the highest honors a junior or senior could receive. It signi- fied a high level of scholarship had been achieved and outstanding leadership and service to the school had been provided. A student had to rank in the upper fourth of his class and be enrolled for at least one semester in high school to be eligi- ble. Selection was based upon the scho- lastic rank combined with merit rank. Sponsoring the tutoring program and conducting school evaluation were two major projects of the National Honor Society. Students visited France, Germany, Mexico and Italy last summer as a result of the Indiana University Honors Pro- gram in foreign language. This program made it possible for a select group of students in each language to live abroad with a family for seven to eight weeks. Students had to be juniors and had to have completed three years of language study. Competition was statewide, and finalists were selected on the first of April. Looked upon as an enriching ex- perience, this program afforded partici- pating students the opportunity to attend a foreign school daily and experience for- eign culture first hand. Upon their re- turn, honors students were expected to encourage language study as the pro- gram was meant to be a school program as well as an experience for the participants. The Americans Abroad Program was both a summer and year round program open to juniors. Involving countries all over the world, North Central students went to Venezuela and Ecuador last summer. LEFT: SOAKING UP LOCAL COLOR AND CUS- TOMS IN GERMANY, Mary Blackburn and mem- bers of her host family enjoy a snack at a carnival. BELOW: NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Opportunities unlimited in drama dept. The drama department provides op- portunity for student participation in many theatrical fields. The Costume-Makeup Club worked on the crews for the various theatrical productions. Their duties include mak- ing, altering, and storing costumes, tak- ing inventory, and applying straight and character make-up to the actors. Stage crew members built the sets and took care of the technical aspects of the dramatical productions as well as assist- ing with other performances held at North Central. The International Thespians sponsored three plays during the school year. Par- ticipation in school productions is a method of earning Thespian points. The Thespians promote educational theater at the secondary level. Another drama group. Repertory The- ater, produces children ' s plays and adult comedies at North Central and in the community. ABOVE — ROO, PENNY ROSE, AND KANGA, CIN- DY SPARRENBERGER, gives Piglet, Lori Wolner, a bath. Christopher Robin, Marcia Fritz, prepares to shoot Pooh ' s balloon. " Winnie the Pooh " was presented as the children ' s theater play. BELOW — MARK GOLDSTEIN AND KIM TEKOLSTE members of stage crew, work the lights for a drama presentation. 68 ABOVE — MR. HENDERSON OFFERS THIS ACTOR advice on applying make-up. BELOW — STUDENTS RE- HEARSE ANOTHER SCENE From the children ' s play " Winnie the Pooh " presented at North Central. YRB staff finds task challenging The Northerner staff, better known as the YRB staff, produced almost 300 pages of the Northerner during a six month period. Editor-in-chief, Barb Lawall and section editors, Sue Rhodes and Mary Lee Jontz trained at Ball State ' s Annual Journalism Workshop to obtain the knowhow to guide the other section editors and their staffs. The photography staff was comprised of a group of creative and tireless shutter- bugs. The photo journalism lab, known as the darkroom, served as their work center and enabled them to produce the thousands of pictures used in the year- book and newspaper. The activities of the staff were varied and ranged from learning to plan lay- outs, copywrite, photograph, schedule production and proofreading to selling, advertising and planning circulation campaigns. Beginning Journalism is a prerequisite for membership in any of the school publications, along with permission from the advisor. ABOVE: HEAD PHOTOGRAPHER Jerry Kelly de- velops and prints pictures for the publications ' staffs. LEFT: NORTHERNER EDITORS: Sarah Rog- ers, Kathy Scully, Jerry Kelly, Mary Lee Jontz, Sue Rhodes, Barb Lawall. 71 Newspaper receives high rating Reccivint; the distinguished " All Amcricui " .iward served as an incentive to spur the newspaper staff on to even greater excellence. Seeking vital topics, reflecting student thinking to stimulate and inspire readers, all were worthwhile goals earnestly pursued by the Northern Lights staff. The News Bureau, under the direction of Kathy Haverty, reported school happenings to the Nora Topics, Teen Scene and to Teen Star. The labors of the publications ' staffs were not without re cognition. Outstand- ing members were admitted to member- ship to Quill and Scroll, a journalistic honor society. In order to qualify, a stu- dent must have served on a publication staff for one year, rank in the upper third of his class, and obtain the recom- mendation of his advisor. The editors of the newspaper learned to cope with deadlines as each press time approached and were guided in their en- deavors by their sponsor, Mr. Rod Cord. TOP: NORTHERN LIGHTS STAFF — FRONT ROW: Eileen Bracken, Marc Stein, Mary Norton, Ted Linn. BACK ROW: Jenni Dietz, Paul Bradford, Karen Pitfinger, Linda Bowsher. BOTTOM: Staff member, Barb George, busies herself by typing articles for the Northern Lights. 72 Study of customs enriches foreign clubs Through such activities as guest speak- ers who showed slides and films of their native lands, information about Spanish speaking countries was acquired in Span- ish Club. During the Christmas season these students anxiously awaited the breaking of the candy filled pinata. Representing Old Rome, the Latin Club members dressed in togas and demonstrated their swift abilities and skillful competition in their annual chariot race. To help celebrate the Oktoberfest, the German Club sponsored a dinner at the Athenaeum followed by the singing of German songs accompanied by guitarist Kevin Anderson. Led by President Charlie Hammond, the French Club maintained the tradi- tion of gourmet cooking, cuisine meals and tasty pastries throughout the year. TOP: LISA ROST AND ED FOSTER STRUGGLE to win the annual Latin Club chariot race. RIGHT: k.. MEMBERS OF THE FRENCH CLUB, in honor of an V old French custom, place ornaments in the shoes • P of fellow club members. 74 ABOVE: DINNER AT THE ATHENAEUM was part of the celebration of the Oktoberfest for German Club members. LEFT: AT THE SPANISH CHRISTMAS FIESTA members of the Spanish Club attempt the breaking of the pinata. Folk Music lends music experience The Folk Music Club continued to add a bit of diversified music style to North Cen- tral. The purpose of the club is to bring together students with a common interest and give them a chance to perform for one another. President Mike Passo leads the members with assistance from Vice-President Kevin Ludwig and Secretary Barb Lawall. Mr. Jenkins is the faculty sponsor. Many Folk Music Club members participated in the May talent show. ABOVE: MIKE NEUSS AND ROB LENNON per- form a song wrif»en and arranged by Mike. BELOW: THE SPOT LIGHT IS ON Kafhy Robert- son as she sings a solo from an arrangement of " Jet Plane " . Group members accompanying her are Mark Cornelius, Dave Watson, and Mark Easley. 76 ROTC TOP: COMPANY A AND B OF THE ROTC BAT- TALION, LED BY MAJOR WILHELM. ABOVE LEFT: EXHIBITION DRILL TEAM — Sgt. Alan Schrelber, Sgt. Kevin Martin, 1LT. Jack Dixon, ILT. Harry Sanders, Sgt. Lee Russell, SFC Tim Hilihan, Cpt. Pete Bill. ABOVE: BATTALION STAFF — Capt. Mike Carmin, Training and Operations Officer; LTC Steve Pappas, Bn Commander; 1 LT Samuel Gibson, Adjutant; Maj. Lee Russell, Bn Executive Officer; ILT Rick Mallison, Supply Officer; WO Liz Woolford, Bn Staff Sponsor; 2LT Dan Schroed- er. Information Officer; Capt. Phil Stern, Civil Military Affairs Officer: LEFT: RIFLE TEAM — Kris Beacher, Phil Stern, Liz Woolford, Chip Her- man, Mark Grable. The team is admiring the Round Robin Rifle Match Trophy. 77 Key Club, Lockets serve the community Key Club is a boys ' service organiza- tion involved with North Central affairs and community projects. Key Club ' s main project was their annual can drive in which canned goods were distributed to needy families throughout Washington Township during Christmas. Other ac- tivities include sponsoring mixers and participation in pep sessions. Girls are encouraged to join Lockets which is a service organization involved in school and community projects. Activi- ties of Lockets include a clothes drive for underprivileged children, collection drive for heart fund and projects with the In- dianapolis Humane Society. School proj- ects include helping parents during Back to School Night. LEFT: SARAH ROGERS, PRESIDENT OF LOCKETS, discusses club activities with the other members. BELOW: MEMBERS OF KEY CLUB participate in the annual Homecoming skit. 79 Cadets train for future in ROTC Leading the Reserve Officer Training Corps Battalion are Sergeants LaPorte and Hale. As well as their daily rou- tines, which consist of military courtesy and small unit tactics, ROTC took part in many extra-curricular activities. When they are not busy after school, they par- ticipate in intramural football, basket- ball, and baseball. Drill meets, the Color Guard and intramural rifle team com- petition are among other activities. In October, ROTC marches in the Veteran ' s Day parade and in early November they hold their annual Military Ball. The ROTC program is student or- ganized and student run. They are led by Battalion commander, Steve Pappas and executive commander, Les Russel and four other staff officials. ROTC received an honor rating and an honor unit rating from the Federal Inspection judges in the spring of 1971. This program is designed to prepare students for future life by instilling self- discipline and maturity. TOP; ONE ACTIVITY OF ROTC is directing traf- fic at N.C. football games, as demonstrated by this new recruit. BOTTOM: COMPANY A STANDS at ease as Dan Schroeder commands them in military strategy. Varied activities heighten involvement Audio-visual assistants put their talents to work and found it was a worthwhile experience. Delivering and operating audio-visual equipment were just some of their duties. Speleology club members spent most of their time visiting state parks and trooping about while exploring caves. The sponsor of this club was Mr. Degler. A new organization was added to our school. The Black Student Union was formed to unite students and increase progress in areas of importance. These students promoted equality for all and school unity. Group officers were Mike Miller, chairman; Donna Fridie, secre- tary; and Cindy Wilson, treasurer. Distributive Education Club of Ameri- ca was recently organized to develop fu- ture business leaders in marketing and distributing. DECA is a youth oriented group which receives recognition for out- standing qualities in sales promotion. Yearly they have an opportunity for state and national recognition. Another group is the Cooperative Of- fice Education. Led by Miss White, these students received occupational training on a part time basis with a high school credit. TOP: MARK MYETTE AND PAUL REYNOLDS are busy working the closed circuit camera outfit in the A-V office. BOTTOM: DEBBIE TAYLOR EX- PRESSES HER OPINION at a Black Student Union meeting. 82 n Activities promote, instill school spirit To promote and build up spirit at basketball games was the goal of the Pep Band. Membership for the Pep Band was on a volunteer basis. After school prac- tice was essential preparation for games. The Pep Band is under the direction of Mr. Samuel D. Rhinesmith. The baton corps, The Northern Star- lets, under the direction of head major- ette Marty Minx, performed pom pom routines, twirling routines, and novelty routines at half times of basketball and football games. Members of the corps were chosen on the basis of twirling and marching ability and showmanship. Be- sides half time performances the corps participated in the Veterans Day and 500 Parade. Featured twirlers were Patti Jack- son and Sherrie Lewis. The Letterman ' s Club, an organization for varsity letter winners in boys ' ath- letics, served in many ways. Various ac- tivities of the club included making recommendations to the athletic council in regard to the varsity and reserve sports program and sponsoring activities to raise funds for projects that contributed to the athletic program. ABOVE LEFT: VARSITY LETTERMAN, DAN DYKE, a member of the Letterman ' s Club prepares the basketball floor for play. BELOW LEFT: UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR. RHINESMITH, the Pep Band strives to instill school spirit at basketball games. BELOW: MEMBERS OF THE PEP BAND CONCENTRATE on their music. Student assistants offer time and ability Man ' stuelcnrs voluntccrcil their time and efforts to assist the factilty. Book- store assistants proved valuable in taking care of business details. Serving as re- ceptionists and aitling students needing to see their counselors, the guidance as- sistants were kept busy. Among other various duties, the attendance assistants distributed the absence list each morning. General office assistants learned how the school operates by running errands for the administrators and assisting the secretaries. Library assistants mended and crystal jacketed books, as well as check- ing them in and out for students. Taking temperatures, applying dressings and aiding students were among the duties of the health center assistants. " With all these assistants, the faculty was freed of menial tasks and had more time to devote to other responsibilities. The students themselves gained satis- faction from helping others. TOP; CLAUDIA JAMES, GUIDANCE OFFICE as- sistant helps students wishing fo see their coun- selors. ABOVE: TERRY BRACKEN AND NANCY SULLIVAN, attendance office assistants help the secretarlps by checking out absentee students. RIGHT: SANDI NAHMIAS aids the administrators in the general office. 86 ABOVE: LIBRARY ASSISTANT ANNIE REPROGLE ASSISTS foreign exchange student, Adrian Luchini In checking out a book. LEFT: SELLING NECES- SARY ITEMS is the job of Sharon Schaefer, one of the bookstore assistants. Activities challenge students Published annually through the English department was Etchings in Thought, an anthology of student writing from all three classes. Compositions, ranging from prose to poetry, were chosen on the basis of originality and quality. This publica- tion encouraged creativity and stimulated an interest in literary achievement. The Chess Club was an organization composed of novice and experienced chess players that provided competition among themselves and represented North Central in competition with other schools. The accumulation of points was used to determine the five varsity chess players. Awards were allotted to both the team and the individual chess members for their accomplishments. Last year, the team placed first in the state and second in the midwest championship tourna- ment. Composed of novice and varsity mem- bers, the Debate Team was organized to give students experience in contest de- bates with teams from neighboring high schools on the national high school de- bate topic. This program enabled stu- dents to listen and think critically, by employing the highest ideals of sports- manship. ABOVE: ETCHINGS IN THOUGHT STAFF MEM- BERS meet wifh advisors to deliberate on the forthcoming edition. Staff — Mrs. Pride, Jean Vollrath, Charles Hammond, Mr. Jenkins, Mary- ann Meese, and George Station. RIGHT: FOREN- SIC MEMBER MARY NORTON exhibits poise in her oratorical presentation. 88 The Forensic Club was organized for the active participation of its members in the Indiana High School Forensic As- sociation. Events in which individuals were able to participate included origi- nal oratory, discussion, extemporaneous speaking, humorous interpretation, dra- matic interpretation, and poetry reading. Exercise in Knowledge was a program that afforded students the opportunity to test and expand their knowledge through interscholastic competition between area high schools. Team members met once weekly and focused their energy on par- ticular areas of study. Last year ' s bowl team was runner-up in the play off tournament. LEFT: VARSITY DEBATERS Greg Nichols, Mary Norton, and Dave Morgan apply their persuasion to the national High School debate topic. ABOVE: PRESENTING AN EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEECH is Forensics Club member Elaine Dock. Students offer athletic skills in G.A.A.; aid P. E. faculty Intramural and extramural sports at- tracted a substantial following as the Girls ' Athletic Association concluded its first really organized year of district, re- gional and state competition. As mem- bers of Marion County District 7, the North Central G.A.A. had the oppor- tunity to compete with other area schools for awards in district and state tourna- ments and earn points in an extensive point system. The State Wall Plaque is the highest state award. Tennis, volley- ball, gymnastics, swimming, golf, track and field, badminton and recreational games were activities which challenged participants to exert their finest efforts. The girls ' tennis team was awarded the State Tennis Trophy. Gym assistants were provided many opportunities for in service training. They aided, instructed, and demonstrated at athletic activities, as well as officiating at games. Those eligible were juniors or seniors skilled in physical education as a career. Each teacher was provided with three assistants for each period. LEFT: PERFORMING A BACK WALK-OVER on the balance beam, Janis Adams is spotted by fel- low gymnist Betsy Bennet. Both are members of the North Central girls ' varsity gymnastic team. BOTTOM: BOYS ' GYM ASSISTANTS. 91 Students aid classes in various labs Student assistants performed many useful functions in the language, science and reading labs. Students assisting in the language lab frequently had an electronics back- ground. Primarily, they filled teacher re- quests for use of recorded material; pre- pared tapes for classroom use; and re- paired as well as maintained equipment in good working order. Assistants in the science labs had a variety of responsibilities which con- tributed to the overall activities of the classes. Generally the assistants aided the teachers in all ways possible, from typing papers and tests, to cleaning and setting up labs. The biology lab assistants cleaned lab specimens, took inventory, and fed the animals in the aquariums. The assistants in the chemistry lab also mixed and composed chemical solu- tions and cleaned acetates. In addition to general duties, the botany lab assistants took care of all the equipment in the labs. The main duties of all the reading lab assistants was to aid the students with their academic studies. Students were assisted in proper use of a variety of reading lab materials. Assistants also performed clerical duties such as grading papers and recording scores. RIGHT: SOPHOMORE JOE MONFORTE repairs language lab equipment as a lab assistant. BE- LOW: SOPHOMORE BILL CASTLE instructs sopho- more Gene Sloan on the Gregg Reader in the TOP: SENIORS KEVIN LUDWIG, Sfeve Sedan and Junior Deni Shaw demon- strafe the dissection of a frog. BOTTOM: SENIOR ASSISTANTS STEVE LUCAS and Bruce Letwin prepare a solution for a chemistry class. Team members must know themselves, each other, and their limitations. Coaches must be aware of his team ' s strong and weak areas. Only by knowing each player individually, can a coach push the team to its best. Cheerleaders reach out to spectators encouraging enthusiasm. All work together for unity possible only through cooperation and the desire to win. Panthers close with 8-2 season After losing the opening game of the season to Lawrence Central, the Panthers ripped off six straight games. Following the defeat to Evansville Reitz, North Central massacred Carmel and North- west, leaving the season record at eight wins and two losses. The most exciting victory was against Arlington. Arlington was undefeated and North Central was in a five game win- ning streak. The defensive struggle showed Arlington ahead 7-0 at the half. But with les s than four minutes left on the clock, junior halfback Brian Eadie scored on a seven yard run. Senior Tim Stone ran into the end zone on the two point conversion. Now leading 8-7, Panther defense held. TOP — RECEIVING THE PUNT, Junior Jim Brem- ner waifs for blocking. RIGHT— FINDING THE HOLE, Ken Garriott sprints for the goal line. MIDDLE — KICKING THE BALL, Terry Clifford makes the extra point. BOTTOM — FAKING HIS OPPONENT, Junior Paul Schacht makes the necessary cut. 96 1971 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — FRONT ROW: B. Perkins, J. Phillips, R. Smith, S. King, M. Huber, T. Clifford, K. Garriott, J. Moore, T. Stone, K. Sheets, G. Lambert, R. Curry, R. O ' Brian. ROW TWO: Coach Byron Weaver, J. Tewksberry, B. McDonald, B. Hayes, B. Nigh, M. Harris, J. Coggleshall, K. Kocher, F. Ful- mer, P. Dykema, G. England, D. Crabb, B. Eadie, B. Hetherington, J. Evans, B. Einterz, Coach D. Mock, Coach G. Pappas. BACK ROW: K. McKassen, H. Donavan, J. Mason, J. Newton, J. Zeman, J. Burge, D. Marr, T. Gibson, J. Bremner, D. Termenstein, A. Louden, T. Krueger, F. Weest, P. Schacht, B. Widduck, T. Timmel, R. MacGill, A. Light, C. Jackson, J. Thompson. LEFT — RUNNING WITH THE BALL, Senior Ken Garriott gains enough yardage for the first down. BOTTOM — STOPPING A BROAD RIPPLE DRIVE, Panther defense proved to be strong. 1971 RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM — FRONT ROW: D. McElroy, J. Monroe, P. Perkins, C. Pappas, J. Stone, D. Kitterman. ROW TWO: T. Brammer, R. Meyer, B. Dugdale, M. Frigo, C. Vandivier. ROW THREE: R. MacGIII, J. Copenhaver, J. Parks, T. Bryson, J. Fowler, D. Burnett. ROW FOUR: B. Einterz, M. Commiskey, B. Wray, J. Tasich, K. Cross. ROW FIVE: L. Rolsky, T. Tim- mel, B. Burgess, C. Dinwiddle, B. Hayes. ROW SIX: W. Fulroth, J. Kennedy, J. Curry, A. Freyer, J. Gates, G. Huff. BACK ROW: S. England, J. Korak, M. Carr, J. Middlefon, M. Mordoh, J. Newton. RIGHT — JUNIOR CHARLES JACKSON rallies for more yardage. FOOTBALL — 1971 — VARSITY NC . . .21 Lawrence Central . . NC. . .21 Forf Wayne Snider .20 NC. . .33 8 Mf NL . . .44 Ben Davis 0 NC. . . 19 12 Kir- . .29 Southport 20 NC 8 7 NC. . . 14 Evansville Reitz . . .42 NC. . .33 Carmel 7 NL . . .30 Northwest 0 FOOTBALL — 1 971 — RESERVE NC. . .13 Lawrence Central . . 8 NC 0 Beech Grove 6 NC. . . 14 Broad Ripple 6 NC 6 Ben Davis 0 NC. 0 Warren Central . .35 NC. . .34 8 NC. . . . 12 32 NC 6 Bloomington 28 NC. . .21 0 Fulmer makes all-state Fred Fulmer, senior end, was selected for the all-county and all-state teams. Senior Joe Moore was selected for the all-county team and received honorable mention for the all-state team. Junior Dan Marr was selected for the all-county team and received honorable mention for the all-state team. Quarterback Moore broke his own completion record with .516 compared with .492 last year. He completed 95 of 184 attempts. Fulmer also broke his own completion record with 45 catches in one year, which is two catches more than last year. Ken Garriott was the leading scorer and rusher with 62 points. Fulmer and Tim Stone each had 56 points. Junior Jim Bremner led in interceptions with six, punt returns with 18, kickoffs with 47, and kickoff returns with nine. He also received honorable mention for the all-state team. The reserves, coached by John Friedersdorf and Jack Schiffli, posted a 5-4 season. TOP — TACKLING HIS OPPONENT, Fred Fulmer stops an important drive. BOTTOM — COVERED BY TWO OPPONENTS, Fred Fulmer catches an- other Moore bomb. Steve Potter regional champion The cross country team, coached by Charles Riley, had an undefeated record of dual meets. The varsity harriers also placed second, third, fourth, and eighth respectively in the county, sectional, re- gional, and state meets. Steve Potter in a fantastic year wound up county and regional champion. Also letterman Steve Pratt placed eighth in the regional meet. Potter was voted by his teammates as the most valuable run- ner and Scott Miller was named most improved. Ending with a winning record, the cross country team won 146, tied 1, and lost 37. The reserve team also compiled a winning record by winning 33, tying 1, and losing 3. 1971 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM — FRONT ROW: Jim Elliott, Steve Bridgeford, Bob Lanham, Dave Montgomery, Kim Bellard. SECOND ROW: Coach Willie, Steve Potter, Marty Reddish, Steve Pratt, Bill Ramey, Coach Riley. TOP — PASSING HIS OPPONENT, Steve Potter leads the Panthers to a victorious season. RESERVE CROSS COUNTRY TEAM— FRONT ROW: Art Gemmer, Art Alexander, Gory Carmichael, Dave DeValeria. SECOND ROW: Doug Wolf, Kent Costin, Drew Augustin, Rick Weinheimer, Brian Alexander, Roger Cogswell, Ted Tedeschi. BACK ROW: Coach Willie, Steve Sturman, Dan Dyke, Dan Jacobson, Dave Stump, Kevin Klein, Coach Riley. BOTTOM — JIM ELLIOTT AND BILL RAMEY practice running for future meets. CROSS COUNTRY — 1971 — VARSITY NC. . . . 15 Broad Ripple 50 NC. . . . 25 Ben Davis 43 NC . . . 15 Shorfridge 50 Howe 63 NC....27 Warren Central . 29 Arlington 85 NC . . . 16 Kokomo 45 Pike Invitational 2nd Ben Davis Invitational 2nd Bloomington Invitational 2nd Seniors 40 Juniors 143 Sophomores 81 County 2nd Sectional 3rd Regional 4th State 8fh 101 UPPER LEFT: THE TENSION MOUNTS as Paul Peterson goes for the jump ball against Kokomo. UPPER RIGHT: THE RESERVE TEAM rejoices on their victory over Tech. LOWER LEFT: WHILE FIGHTING OVER THE BALL, a foul is called. LOWER RIGHT: BLOCKED BY A TROJAN, Rob Hintz attempts a basket. NC takes county title, Bair sets record The North Central roundballers fin- ished the season with a 11-12 record. Highlighting the year, the Panthers, coached by Arlan Lickliter, captured the county title. Entering the tournament with a 4-8 record, the team surprised Beech Grove, Franklin Central, " Warren Central, and Ben Davis to take the tourney. Greg Bair set a new school record by averaging 20.5 points per game. BASKETBALL— 1 972— VARSITY NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. 70 55 76 64 73 .68 .34 69 .57 66 67 56 72 .51 .85 .58 .54 87 98 66 .65 .49 56 New Castle 72 Carmel 66 Lawrence Central ... 56 Kokomo 87 Southport 79 Marshall 74 Speedway 44 Tech 67 Decatur Central .... 61 Warren Central ... 60 Ben Davis 68 Pike 54 COUNTY TOURNEY Beech Grove 51 Franklin Central ... .43 Warren Central .... 76 Ben Davis 48 Arlington 58 Broad Ripple 70 Marion 65 Wabash 67 Northwest 64 Noblesville 64 SECTIONAL Tech . . . 60 TOP: COACH LICKLITER DESPAIRS at one of the team ' s lower moments. BOTTOM: VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — FRONT ROW: J. Bremner, L. Cantor, P. Peterson, G. Bair, S. Kirsh, M. Arnold. BACK ROW: B. Osborne, M. Huber, C. Cunningham, J. Ehret, W. English, J. Siggins, T. Lickliter, R. Parr. 3 Panthers make All- county team Named to the All-county were Mel Arnold, |im Bremner, and Warren En- glish; Greg Bair and Jim Bremner made the All-sectional. Five members of the varsity team will be graduating this year, leaving seven varisty players returning. The Panther reserve basketball team completed the season with a 12-8 record. Doug Meyer and John Payne played in each of the reserve ' s twenty games. Joe Siggins and Bill Hanley were two of the best players on the team. Jack Walters was coach. ABOVE RIGHT — REACHING HIGH FOR a basket, Senior Greg Bair completes a lay up. RIGHT — MAKING AN ENTHUSIASTIC JUMP for a goal letterman Greg Bair attempts to score for the Panthers. ABOVE — BLOCKING HIS OPPONENT, Greg Bair moves quickly across the floor. TOP: RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM — B. Osborne, R. Hinti, D. McElroy, K. Johnson, R. MacGill, M. Midkiff, A. Purvlicis, B. Hanley, D. Meyer, R. Yount, S. Lancashire, J. Kennedy, B. Hellming, H. Donovan, J. Payne, R. Parr. RIGHT: PERCY PANTHER, played by Bill Martindill, creates spirit in the student body. LEFT: JUMPING UP TO SCORE, reserve roundballer hikes the Panther score up another notch. 105 GYMNASTICS — 1 972— VARSITY NC . .116 Anderson 96 NC 91 Ben Davis 84 Crown Point 98 NC. 119 Warren Central . . .112 NC. . .113 Soulhport 77 NC ... 1 18 Columbus 131 NC . 1 1 1 Madison Heights .106 NC 89 Wabash 63 NC. 83 Pike 88 NC 1 17 Ben Davis 116 NC 1 1 2 Jeffersonville 115 Concord Invitational 4th Warren Central Invitational 3rd County 3rd Sectional 3rd I.S.H.A.A. State 5th UPPER RIGHT: SENIOR CHRIS HOLT holds a hand- stand while performing his routine on parallel bars. LOWER RIGHT: SENIOR GYMNAST ROB HUNT executes a ker-in on the side horse. He placed sixth on side horse in the sectionals. UPPER LEFT: PERFECTING HIS ROUTINE, junior Kavern MaGee practices an L-seat on still rings. LOWER L E F T — GYMNASTICS TEAM — FRONT ROW: D. McLary, D. Geiser, B. Barnhorst, T. Davey, B. Wray, R. Jacobson, D. Fenstermaker, B. Frieje. SECOND ROW: M. Leimbach, K. MaGee, C. Hall, C. Holt, W. Harrington, J. Tuerk, K. Baxter, L. Hardy, B. Richards. BACK ROW: Coach Emery, C. Drum, W. Umemura, R. Martz, N. Harris, K. Fant, M. Myefte, K. Spall, R. Hunt, L. Jacobs, B. Hamaker, Mr. Glore, Mr. Mormon. Gymnasts finish with 6-4 record Finishing with a winning season, John Emry ' s gymnasts performed well. After losing all but two varsity men from last year ' s undefeated team, they finished with a record of 6-4. The Panthers start- ed out the season well with victories over Anderson, Wabash, and Madison Heights in dual meets before Columbus, 1972 State Champions, defeated the Pan- thers. Their season also included a third in county, third in sectionals, and fifth in state. In this year ' s state meet senior Jim Tuerk captured his second state title in trampoline and second place on long horse. Also placing in the state meet were sophomore Clay Hall (3rd) on long horse, Kavern MaGee (7th) on high bar, and Larry Jacobs (3rd) on still rings. Performing well this year and return- ing next year will be Clay Hall on long horse, Kavern MaGee and Roger Martz on high bar, Larry Hardy on trampoline. Brad Richards and Bruce Hamaker on side horse, Mike Leimbach on still rings, and Was Umemura performing all around. FAR LEFT: STATE CHAMPION JIM TUERK executes a difficult flip on the trampoline. UPPER LEFT: MIKE LEIMBACH PERFORMS on the still rings, placing tenth in the sectionals. LOWER LEFT: DISMOUNTING FROM THE HORSE, junior Brad Richards takes seventh in the sectionals. LEFT: KIM BAXTER THROWS a double full in his routine on trampoline. RIGHT: LETTER- MAN LARRY JACOBS holds a planch on the parallel bars. LOWER RIGHT: DOING A DIFFICULT squash, Chris Holt goes through his routine in free exercise. 109 WRESTLING — 1971 — VARSITY — FRONT ROW: B. Segar, G. Goodman, J. Bennett, T. Willey, J. Hixon, D. Palmer, S. Habig. BACK ROW: G. Sel- mer, B. Martindill, T. Miller, K. Garriotf, Coach Keith Farrand, C. Habig, J. Andresen, K. Kocher, J. Wright. RIGHT: FIGHTING HIS OPPONENT, Bill Martindill goes for the takedown. NC matmen take 1972 sectiona The varsity wrestlers fought their way to a first place finish in the sectional meet. Individual winners include Tom WiUey, Jeff Hixon, Don Palmer, Steve Habig, and Chip Habig. Coached by Keith Farrand, the Pan- thers lost only to Warren Central. North Central placed first in the annual N.C. Invitational. Our champions are Joe Ben- nett, Willey, Palmer, Habig and Kevin Kocher. TOP — REACHING FOR POSITION, Don Palmer fakes his opponent. BOTTOM — SENIOR JEFF HIXON goes for a take down. INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Bob Segar 16- 5-1 Gary Goodman 14-8 Joe Bennett 14- 5-1 Tom Willey 21- 3-1 Jeff Hixon 22- 3-1 Don Palmer 23-3 Steve Habig 15- 7-1 Bill Martindill 5- 4-3 Ken Garriott 18- 3-1 Chip Habig 23- 2-1 Kevin Kocher 9- 8-3 111 Grapplers finish 2nd in county In the LX)unty tmirnament, the inatmen finished second, hut had three cham- pions. Winners were Gary Goodman, Ken Garriott, and Chip Habig. The varsity team finished with a 9-1 record while the reserves posted a 10-2-1 season. TOP — RIDING HIS OPPONENT, Gary Goodman goes for two points. BOTTOM — GOING FOR A TAKEDOWN, Tom Willey gets his man. WRESTLING — 1 972 — VARSITY NC. . 46 Lebanon 10 NC. . . 18 Warren Central 28 NC. . .45 Lawrence Central ... 3 NC. . .27 Ben Davis 18 NC . .27 Richmond 13 NC 49 Kokomo 7 NC 38 Muncie Central 16 NC . . .46 Shortridge 8 NC . . .44 Tech 5 NC 48 Arlington 9 Triple dual meet 2nd North Central Inv 1st County 2nd Sectional 1 st Regional 4th WRESTLING — 1 972 — RESERVE NC . 54 Lebanon 6 NC . 11 Warren Central . . . 35 NC . . .45 Lawrence Central ... 15 NC. . 21 Ben Davis 24 NC . . .39 Richmond 15 NC . . .63 Kokomo 6 NC .60 Muncie Central 3 NC .49 Shortridge 7 NC . . .49 Tech 12 NC. .67 Arlington 0 NC . . .24 Franklin Central .24 NC 47 Southport 8 NC 46 Decatur 7 WRESTLING — 1971 — RESERVE — FRONT ROW: M. Husk, J. Thompson, J. Guy, C. Vandiver, C. Din- widdie, D. Ziska, B. Shapiro, J. Everetf, R. Korn. SECOND ROW: R. Surface, D. Walls, K. Merchent, S. Mummert, B. Einterz, D. Kitterman, S. Koch- er, J. Tasich, A. Lankford, K. Bayless, L. Howald. BACK ROW: Coach Farrand, H. Dyar, R. Cogs- well, G. Garcia, C. Henderson, M. Pechette, J. Copenhaver, E. Todderud, K. Cross, J. Christy, G. Gardner, S. Shapiro, B. McDonald, D. Brown, J. Parks, C. Morlock, K. St. Angelo, B. Day, G. Sacks, M. Hales, M. Carr. LEFT — GARY GOODMAN tries to break down his man. Panthers 4th in state, 1st in county The 1971 track team, coached by Charles Riley, had a highly successful season last year winning all dual meets and never placing below fourth in a large meet. The season was highlighted by capturing first in the county for the sixth consecutive year, and placing second in the sectionals, second in the regional, and fourth in the state. The Panthers also placed first in the North Central Relays and first in the Metro Meet. The track team shattered three school records. The squad of Jim Pearce, Steve Pratt, Rick Stover, and Kent Costin broke the old mile relay record by run- ning it in 3:19.1. Howard Patterson stole the high jump record by clearing 6 ' 5% " . The third record was broken by Steve Pratt when he ran the mile run in 4:22.1. The reserve team also compiled a very successful season with 5 wins and 1 tie. TOP — SENIOR JOHN HELMS hurdles his way to victory. BOTTOM — PANTHER GETS A HEAD START on his opponent. 1971 TRACK TEAM — FRONT ROW: Coach Riley, R. Carmichael, J. Helms, M. Hamme, G. Turner, H. Patterson, J. Taylor, R. Stover, J. Snyder, B. Parrlsh, J. Pearce, D. Welsh, W. Harrington, M. Redish, S. Pratt, J. Ohison. SECOND ROW: Coach Pappas, C. Jackson, G. Clark, R. Waters, T. Johnson, S. Potter, J. Elliott, B. Borman, A. Roddy, W. Simpson, B. Ramey, L. Briesacher, S. Ball, B. Eadie, K. Costin, D. Cowan, P. Matson. THIRD ROW: Coach Willie, S. Luns- ford, M. Lanham, D. Curry, D. Mills, B. Freeze, D. Jacobson, T. Roberts, E. Sangar, B. Long, K. Bellard, S. Miller, G. Payne, J. Robinson, R. Serface, L. Leggett, S. Rappaport, A. Alexander. BACK ROW: Coach Inskeep, D. Stump, B. Lan- ham, J. Davidson, J. Lewis, R. Mann, J. Tewks- bury, T. Krueger, C. Smith, B. Orme, S. Stur- man, C. Pfrang, D. DeValeria, P. Deppe, G. England, D. Marr, M. Perlstein. BOTTOM — SE- NIOR WES HARRINGTON clearing the crossbar prepares for future meets. TRACK — 1 97 1 — VARSITY NC , . . . 57 Lawrence 43 NC. . .61 Southport 49 Washington 38 NC . . . 101 Ben Davis 17 NC . . 102 Brebeuf 16 NC. . . .94 Warren Central . 50 Northwest 0 NC . . . . 85 Lebanon 33 Hoosier Relay Trials 1st Hoosier Relay Finals 4th North Central Relays 1st Tech Invitational 3rd County 1 St Metro Meet 1 st Sectional 2nd Regional 2nd State 4th 115 VARSITY BASEBALL — F r o n t Row: Pete Fortune, Rich Kline, Charles Mil- ler Joe Moore. SECOND ROW: Ron Hall, Dick Alter, Dan Crabb, Steve Caraway, Dove Taylor, Roy Irwin, Rob Edgerton, Paul Schacht. BACK ROW: Mr. Bradley, Jim Howard, Bri- an Pierce, Jim Bremner, Rick Col- glaizer, Dave Black, Tim Beatty, Mike George. RESERVE BASEBALL — FRONT ROW: Mr. Schmucker, Rick Koutzman, Jed Eh- rel, Dwain, Gaalema, Jay Evans, Tim Landon, Mr. Staver. SECOND ROW: Tim McSoley, Keith Truesdell, Jay Goodwin, Kent Parker, Milton Thomp- son. BACK ROW: Scott Wetterlin, Tom Ries, Tom Samms, Gary Huffman, Leigh Murphy. NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC 3 Arlington 4 NC 0 Beech Grove 2 NC 6 Beech Grove 2 NC 10 Pike 0 NC 9 Pike 0 NC 19 Lawrence Central .1 NC 2 Lafayette Jeff 4 NC 8 Tech 4 NC 16 Lebanon 2 NC 6 Lebanon 3 NC 0 Kokomo 7 NC 8 Broad Ripple 0 NC 9 Madison Heights 8 NC 1 1 Madison Heights ... .7 0 Ben Davis 4 6 Carmel 0 18 Carmel 0 7 Warren Central 6 2 Southport 1 5 Southport 2 6 Shelbyville 1 2 Warren Central 1 5 Brebeuf 6 23 Park Tudor 3 8 Shortridge 1 Broad Ripple 8 116 Diamondmen finish with 19-7 record North Central ' s Panthers had a fan- tastic year on the baseball diamond. Se- niors Jim Howard and Rob Edgerton, plus junior Joe Moore, led the Panthers in the hitting department. Along with the rest of the team, they had the high- est batting average of any North Cen- tral baseball team in history. Rob Edgerton, Jim Howard, and Dave Taylor were selected by the Marion County Coaches and the Indianapolis Star as members of the all-county baseball team. At the same time, Dick Alter, Dan Crabb, Ron Hall and Roy Irwin were given Honorable Mention. Rob Edgerton was selected by his teammates as most valuable player. Jim Howard was selected team captain. At the end of the year, Howard was drafted by the San Francisco Giants baseball team, but he decided to go to college instead. TOP — PITCHER DAVE BLACK warms up for the impending battle. BOTTOM — SENIOR DAVE TAYLOR hits a double which put the Panthers out front. 1971 VARSITY GOLF NC 8 Kokomo 2 NC 12 Marshall 0 NC 384 Madison Heights 373 NC 200 Southport 207 NC 200 Speedway 235 NC 180 Warren Central .191 NC 1 80 Ben Davis 207 NC 309 Bloomingfon 307 NC 309 Carmel 311 NC 309 Northwest 335 NC 175 Broad Ripple 198 NC 175 Pike 214 NC 193 Ben Davis 213 NC 193 Lawrence Central 200 NC 193 Park-Tudor 223 NC 395 Northwest 427 NC 324 Lafayette Jeff 345 NC 324 Carmel 314 NC 324 Columbus 319 NC 184 Arlington 202 NC 312 Lebanon 326 NC 198 Shortridge 241 NC . 189 Brebeuf 194 NC 189 Chatard 227 NC 391 Carmel 391 NC 388 Decatur Central 426 NC 381 Cathedral 409 NC 10 Beech Grove 0 NC 407 Columbus 405 Marion County Tournament 3rd Sectional Tournament 2nd Regional Tournament 7th TOP — CHIPPING ONTO THE GREEN, varsity squad member Bill Baker makes a birdie on the hole. BOTTOM — 1971 VARSITY GOLF TEAM — Dave Allbrecht, Dave Guinnup, Tom Conner, Bob Barker, Terry Shepard, Fred Fulmer. 118 TOP— 1971 RESERVE GOLF TEAM— FRONT ROW: Mark Hagerfy, Howard Waugh, John Breting, Steve Sohn. SECOND ROW: Dennis Sutton, Fred Weest, Mark Thompson, Scott Beafy. BOTTOM — HITTING OUT OF THE ROUGH, Howard Waugh strived to break par for the course. Linksmen finish with 23 victories The 1971 varsity golf team coached by John Friedersdorf, smashed their way to a 23-5-1 record for the season. Lead- ing the squad was Terry Shepard with a 77.5 season average followed by Bob Barker with a 78.5 average. Highlighting the season was a third place in the county and a second place in the sectional tournaments. Bob Barker led the team through both matches with a 78 in the county and a 76 in the sectional. The six other lettermen who con- tributed greatly to the team were Bob Peterson with a 78.4 average, Dave All- brecht averaging 78.8, Fred Fulmer with a 79 average, Tom Connor, Bill Baker, and Dave Guinnup averaging 79.2, 80, and 80.2 respectively. The reserve team won 11 straight to compile a perfect season. Greg Millis wins number two in state Last spring ' s varsity tennis team, coached by John Shirley, had a 20-1 rec- ord and the reserves posted a 9-0 season. The racketmen also won the county championship. Jim Stone, Greg Millis and Dave Heiliger proved to be top netmen. The fall team won the county, the sectionals and then placed fifth in the state tournament. While the doubles team of Tom Finneran and Tom Reyn- olds did exceptionally well, Greg Millis placed number two in the state in singles. TOP — GREG MILLIS, three-year lettermon, aces his opponent. BOTTOM — Jim Stone uses perfect form in smashing a backhand. if 11 1 r r • • f f f t » 120 TENNIS —1971 — VARSITY NC 7 Shelbyville 0 NC 7 Tech 0 NC . 6V2 Danville 11 2 Jef fersonville A U NC. . 5 New Albany 2 NC 5 Beech Grove 2 NC. . 7 Ben Davis 0 NC . 71 2 Greencastle 1 V2 NC . 8 Terre Haute Wiley . 0 NC 9 Terre Haute Garfield 0 NC .5 Speedway 2 NC ,7 Lawrence Central . . 0 NC 10 Greencastle 2 NC .41 2 Danville 31 2 NC 2 Brebeuf 5 NC .4 Southport 3 NC. . 7 Franklin Central . . . 0 NC. . .5 Arlington 2 NC 9 Mooresville 1 NC. . .4 Broad Ripple 3 NC. 9 Park 0 NC Reserves TOP — RIP TAGGART practices at Park while our new courts are being built. BOTTOM — 1971 FALL VARSITY TENNIS TEAM — FRONT ROW: Paul Shubert, Mark Rexroth, SECOND ROW: Coach John Shirley, Greg Millis, Paul Petticrew, Tom Reynolds. 121 Cheers help build team school spirit Playing an important role in the North Central athletic scene, the cheerleaders spent much time practicing skills and building school spirit. Last summer the varsity team went to a summer camp where they received the highest award — the most spirited squad. They also won blue ribbons every day. At the State Fair contest, they received fifth place out of 80 squads. Under the direction of Mrs. MuUer, this year the cheerleaders used more gym- nastics. This made their cheers more original and exciting. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: FRONT ROW: Mellie Gibson, Susan Schaefer. ROW TWO: Sandy Waxman. ROW THREE: Cindy Freyn. ROW FOUR: Karen Fisch- er. ROW FIVE: Kathy Ball. 123 Raiders, BMF ' s IM Champions The undefeated Naptown Raiders won the intramural football champion- ship by beating Strike 14-7. Reggie Win- ters and Lance Rembert proved to be top scorers by each averaging 14 points a game. They finished the season 6-0. The BMF ' s took the intramural basket- ball crown by beating Apathy 54-50 in the final A League game. Even though the faculty had Billy Shepherd, the 1968 Mr. Basketball, the BMF ' s pulled through. This has been the second time the faculty has been defeated by the intramural champs. Mafia won B League, Ball Boys took C League, and the Axe Catchers won D League. Joe Glaser leads the bowlers with a 172 average. Steve Goff followed with a 168. Diane Irwin leads the girls with a 141 average. TOP — NAPTOWN RAIDERS: FRONT ROW: T. Sum- mers, C. Sebree, J. Arnold, B. Pate, C. Burrus. SECOND ROW: B. Metcalfe, S. Amos, E. Sanger, W. Baker, P. Barnelt. BACK ROW: M. Hudson, L. Rembert, S. Harden, L. Walker, R. Winters. Not pictured: L. Paige, F. Peters. 124 LOWER LEFT: BRIAN HILLIGOSS goes for a tur- key. LEFT: UNDER THE BOARDS, Tom Gibson fights for the ball. RIGHT: WAITING FOR THE REBOUND, all heads are up. BELOW: BMF ' s — T. Gibson, F. Fulmer, D. Crabb, D. Tirmenstein, M. Thompson, R. Ridder. 125 GAA earns trophies; Meyer 1st in state Tlic G.A.A. pn ;ram he!;an this year with the increasing interest of students in interscholastic competition. Mrs. Pat Slama, second year advisor, and Mrs. Connie Elliot, a newcomer, sponsored this year ' s G.A.A. In their individual sports the Panther members did well. Among the sports they participated in were tennis, volleyball, basketball, gym- nastics, track and field, golf, badminton, ping-pong, swimming, and recreational games. The teams participated in intra- mural and extramural sports, and com- peted with other schools for awards in district and state meets. Among participants this year, Carrie Meyer took first place, Cindy Hargadon captured second, and Chris Hopkins took fourth in the state tennis meet. The vol- leyball team placed second in the dis- trict. These girls showed excellent ath- letic abilities. LOWER LEFT: VAULTING OVER THE HORSE, Ruthie Pafferson completes o fine season. LOW- ER RIGHT: SENIOR MARIANNE CRABLE SHOWS her great jumping ability as she controls the tip against Marshall. RIGHT: JUMPING IN ECSTASY, the members of G.A.A. fini shed with a good record. We have always seen the smiling, laughing faces, but so many times we have overlooked the quiet dejected expressions, and missed an opportunity to be a friend. But more and more people are feeling the need to reach out and identify with their fellow human beings. Some are discovering that love towards others comes with loving God. Young Life attendance is rapidly increasing, because it helps satisfy our need to open up. It starts the process of communicating not only about religion, but also of individual ideas, and the daily problems confronting us. So many today search for peace, but to reach this goal we must first learn to care. Administration brings student body togethe r RIGHT: MR. JAMES ELLSBERRY WORKS HARD at planning the schedules of the students. MIDDLE LEFT: MR. WALKER, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, cheer- fully takes care of the often unpleasant job of discipline. MIDDLE RIGHT: MR. WILSON RISES to greet a student. Assistant Principal, he handles attendance problems in the school. LOWER CENTER: MR. WILLIAM BUGHER COORDINATES STUDENT ACTIVITIES and sponsors Student Coun- cil. 130 TOP — MR. EUGENE CLONCS, principal, has a trying job coping wifh the many problems that face North Central. MIDDLE — WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL BOARD: Mr. John Mote, member, Mr. William Fletcher, first vice presi- dent, Mr. William Ray, second vice president. Dr. Roy H. Behnke, president, Mrs. Katherine Cox, secretary. BOTTOM — Dr. Gerald DeWitt, assistant superintendent. Dr. H. Dean Evans, superintendent. Dr. Donald Turchan, assistant superintendent. 131 Miss Honne Albaek — Foreign Language; Abitur Mulernes Gymnasium, Denmark, B.A., M.A. Indiana University Miss Mary E. Allen — Guidance; B.S,, M.S. Indiana University Mr. Ray H. Atlo — Social Studies; B.S. Eastern Illinois Univer- sity, M.S. Butler University Mrs. Coleen Babcock — Business Education; B.S. 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Hoyt — Science; B.S. Manchester College, M.A. Ohio State University, M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. Terrell G. Hudson — Social Studies; B.S. Hanover College, M.S. Butler University Mr. Tom Hulvershorn — Mathematics; B.S. Indiana State Uni- versity Mr. Paul T. Hutslar — Mathematics; A.B. Western Kentucky State College, M.A.T. Purdue University Mr. Jimmie llardi — Industrial Arts; B.S., M.S. Indiana State University Mr. Roland L. Inskeep — Athletic Director, Science; B.S., M.S. Indiana State University Mr. Robert Jeffery — Art; B.S. Butler University, M.S. Indiana University Mr. James A. Jenkins — English; B.S. University of Tennessee, M.Ed. Xavier University Mrs. Bernice Johnson — Music; B.S. Old Dominion University, M.M. University of South Florida Mrs. Mary Ann Johnson — Foreign Language; B.A. Purdue University, M.A.T. Indiana University Mrs. Carolyn M. Keith — Social Studies; B.S., M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. Don Kercheval — Social Studies; A.B. Indiana University, M.S. Butler University Mr. James E. Keyl — Art; B.S. Ball State University Miss Cleo M. Kinnison — Foreign Language; M.A. University of Michigan Miss Carolyn Kleifgen — Home Economics; B.S. Purdue Uni- versity, M.S. Indiana University Mrs. Lucille Z. Knight — English; A.B. Indiana University, A.M. University of Pittsburg Mrs. Paula Knoebel — English; A.B. Indiana University; M.S. Butler University Mr. Guy C. Konkle — Science; B.S., M.S. Ball State University Mr. Richard Laughlin — Music; B.S., M.S. Indiana State Uni- versity Miss Margery Laycock — Guidance; B.S., M.A.T. Indiana Uni- versity Mr. Arlan Lickliter — Science, Varsity Basketball Coach; B.S. Hanover, M.S. Butler University; NSF University of Colorado Mr. William H. Lord — English, Technical Theatre; B.A. Uni- versity of Evansville, M.A. Northwestern University Mr. John W. Main — Science; B.S. Ball State University Mrs. Harriet Marple — Foreign Language; M.S. Butler University Mr. Don Martin — Chairman, Music Department; B.M., M.M. Butler University Mrs. Francile C. McClure — English; B.A. DePauw University Mr. J. Stephen Mclntyre — Mathematics; A.B. Franklin College, M.S. University of Toledo Mr. Richard Brooks Meek — Social Studies; B.A. Indiana Uni- versity, M.S. Butler University Miss Kathryn A. Merkel — Foreign Language; A.B. Indiana Central College, M.A. Indiana University Mrs. Jean Merritf — English; A. A. William Woods College, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. Butler University Mr. Dave Mock — Physical Education; B.S. Indiana State Uni- versity Mr. Keith E. Mohr — Science; A.B. Manchester College, M.S. Purdue University Mr. James Monroe — Chairman, Science Department; Science; B.S. Purdue University, M.S. Butler University 138 MR. BARCIO, FOREIGN language teacher, uses visual aids as an ef fectlve means for teaching his Etymology class Mr. Martin J. Moore — Social Studies; B.A. DeP auw University, M.A. Butler University Mr. Phil Moore — Guidance; B.S., M.A. Ball State University Mrs. Alice Morgan — Library; B.S. Indiana University Mr. Samuel Morris — Business Education; B.S., M.S. State Uni- versity of New York Mrs. Ina Muller — Physical Education; B.S. Indiana University Mr. David Muse — Business Education; B.S., M.S. Indiana Uni- versity Mrs. Virginia M. Nead — Home Economics; B.S. Purdue Uni- versity, M.A. McCormick Seminary Mr. Claude Newton — Industrial Arts; B.S. Lincoln University of Missouri, M.A. Western Kentucky University Mrs. Mary B. O ' Haver — English; B.S. Butler University, M.A. Ball Slate University Mr. Gary Olin — Mathematics; B.S. Purdue University Mrs. Lida Olmstead — Library; B.S. Michigan, M.S. Wayne Stale Mrs. Susan P. Overman — Foreign Language; A.B. Indiana Uni- versity 139 Mr. George Pappas — Social Studies, Assistant Football Coach; B.S,, M.S. Purdue University Mr. Kenneth D. Patton — Guidance; B.A. Muskingum, M.S. Butler University Mr. Richard H. Payne — Library; A.B. Central Normal College, M.A.T. Indiana University Mr, William J. Phares — Science; B.S., M.A. Ball State Univer- sity Miss Roleen Pickard — Business Education; M.S. Indiana Uni- versity Mr. Bill PoweW — Art; B.S., M.A. Ball Stote University Mr. Robert Prettyman — Science; A.B. Butler University, M.A. University of Colorado Mrs. Roberta M. Price — Foreign Language; B.A. Ohio Wes- leyan University Mrs. Mary Jo Pride — English; B.A., M.S. Butler University Miss Sharon Provart — English; B.S., M.S. Southern Illinois University Mrs. Dolores A. Pugh — Special Education; B.S. Indiana State University, M.S. Butler University Miss Patricia Pulsifer — English; A.B., A.M. Indiana University, M.A. Wayne State University Miss Nancy S. Ray — English; B.A. Illinois Col lege Mrs. Evelyn Rhamy — English; B.A., M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. Samuel Rhinesmith — Director of Bands; B.S. Westchester State College, M.M. Butler University Mr. Wilbur F. Richards — Guidance Director; B.S. Central Nor- mal College, M.S. Indiana University Mr. Charles E. Riley — Physical Education, Social Studies; B.S. Indiana University, M.S. Butler University Mr. Charles E. Russell — Science; A.B. Butler University, A.M. Indiana University Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Salmon — English; A.B. Earlham College, M.S. Purdue University Mr. Mark J. Schaaf — Foreign Language; B.S., M.S. Indiana University Mr. Jack Schiffli — Mathematics; A.B. University of Kentucky, M.S. Indiana University Mr. Glen Schmucker — Science; B.S. Manchester College, M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. Dale F. Schultz — Industrial Arts; B.S., M.S. Ball State University Mr. George Screes — Foreign Language; B.A. Ball State Uni- versity Mr. Robert Seigel — English; B.S. Purdue University, M.A. Butler University Mr. Tom G. Seward — Art; B.A. Franklin College, M.A. John Herron Art Institute of Indiana University Mr. George E. Sharp — Mathematics; B.S. Oakland City Col- lege, M.S. Indiana University, M.A. University of Michigan Mr. John N. Shirley — English, Tennis Coach; B.S. Butler Uni- versity, M.B.A., M.S. University of Southern California MR. CARMICHAEL, TECHNICIAN for the language labs, ad- justs the tapes to be used by language classes. Mrs. Roberta F. Simmons — Art; B.A. Ball Stale University Mrs. Patricia K. Slama — Health and Physical Education; B.S. Ball State University Mrs. Mary J. Spoon — Mathematics; A.B., M.A.T. Indiana Uni- versity Miss Edra P. Staffieri — Foreign Language; B.A. Pennsylvania State University, M.A. Middlebury College Mr. Arnold Stahl — Guidance; B.S. Western Illinois University, M.S. University of Illinois Mr. John R. Staver — Science, B.S. Indiana University Mrs. Joy W. Steinmetz — English; A.B. Butler University Mr. Loren Stephens — Science; B.S., M.S. Indiana State Uni- versity, Ed. S Indiana University Mrs. Betty J. Stokesberry — Foreign Language; A.B. Butler Uni- versity, M.A. Texas Christian University Mr. H. Norman Taylor — Chairman, Social Studies Department, A.B., M.A. State University of Iowa Mr. Thomas E. Taylor — English; B.S., M.S. Butler University Mrs. Beatrice Thomas — Music; B.S., M.A. Ball State University Mrs. Doris Thompson — Guidance; B.S. Purdue University; M.S. Butler University Mr. Jack Walter — Business Education; B.S. Indiana State Uni- versity; M.S. Butler University Mr. Robert L. Watson — Science; B.S. Ball State University; M.S. Butler University Mr. Byron Weaver — Health Education; B.S. Purdue University; M.S. Indiana University; M.A. Butler University Mr. Allan R. Weinheimer — Mathematics; B.S., M.S., Purdue University Mr. John Wendling — Foreign Language; B.S., M.S. Purdue University Miss Kathy A. White — Business Education; COE Coordinator; B.S. Ball State University; M.S. Indiana University Major Charles R. Wilhelm — National Defense Cadet Corps; B.S. Manchester College; M.A.T. Indiana University Miss Ann Wilhoite — Mathematics; A.B. DePauw University; M.S. Indiana University Mr. Naverne Wille — Social Studies; B.S., M.S. Indiana Uni- versity Mrs. Helen E. Wingfield — English; A.B., M.S. Indiana Uni- versity Mr. G. L. Woodruff — Practical Arts; B.S. Indiana State Uni- versity; M.S. Butler University Mrs. Virginia C. Wright — Guidance; A.B., M.S. Butler Univer- sity Mr. Kenneth Zimmer — Practical Arts; B.S. Purdue University Faculty Not Pictured: Mr. Ron Adams — Social Studies Mr. Don Goacher — Foreign Language Mrs. Ruth Lewis — Art Mrs. Bobbe Le Tourneau — Foreign Language Mrs. Cunningham Mrs. Thompson Mrs. Lindell School staff essential to operation Few students are aware of the many important functions of the cafeteria, cus- todial, police, and attendance office staffs. The cafeteria is responsible for pre- paring and selling meals that satisfy the tastes of all the students. The cus- todial staff must keep the school clean and in running order. Keeping track of ill and tardy students is the responsibility of the attendance office staff. The duty of the police officers is to maintain order in the parking lots. ABOVE AND LEFT: ATTENDANCE OFFICE SECRETARIES Mrs. Bud- denbaum and Mrs. Swigart keep track of student absences. BE- LOW: SCHOOL NURSE Mrs. Price and the Health Center assistants. ABOVE: CAFETERIA Manager Bertha Boffa. NATIONAL MERIT SEMI-FINALISTS: BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn Johnson, Chris Holt, Eileen Bracken, Claudia Somes. TOP Mitchell, David Wray, Jon Morris, Carol Chab, Jeri Roth. ROW: Greg Miilis, Rip Taggart, Jim Eiche, Todd Bethel, SECOND ROW: Barb Slocum, Nancy Katz, Diane Bess, Janis Kevin Fortier, Mark Fletcher. De Franz, Sarah Nicely. THIRD ROW: Kent Sheets, Tysand 144 Seniors plan busy year The Senior Class Council of 1972 was busy and successful in the activities they pursued this year. Among their traditional activities were the Senior bonfire, the seleaion of caps, gowns, and graduation announcements. They were also responsible for planning and coordinating the Grad Dance. The Senior Class Council also initiated many new projects and activities. In De- cember they sponsored a Christmas caroling party. In January they sponsored a highly successful square dance. The Senior Class Council was also responsible for providing a means by which all stu- dents could volunteer for charity organizations. SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL: FIRST ROW: BrenI Eckhart, Elaine Freije, Pam Deck, Susie Morgan, Ellen Swisher, Sally Beck- er, Maxie Davis. SECOND ROW: Gary Schiffli, Jody Price, Anne Cofield, Rick Habegger, Nancy St. John, Sally Mc- Clain, Don Palmer, Jeff Hixon, Pefe Sewell, Bill Martindill, Joset Wright, Mike Passo, Susie Richardson, Debbie Traylor, Gary Huffman. Class of ' I ' l PORTIA LEE ABBETT — Junior float 3; Spanish Club 2. JANET ACHESON JOHN ADAMS MARK S. ADAMS — Archilecturol Drafting. I! ROBERT ADAMS SANDRA KAY ADAMS Attendance Office Assistant 2; Scho- lastic Art Test 3; Fine Arts Festival 3. STEVE ADAMS JILL SUE ADER — Notional Honor Society 3,4; Class Council Representative 2,3. RON E. ADKINS — I.M. Basketball 2,4; Wrestling 2; Key Club 4. DEBRA JO AHRENS — Lockets 3. RITA LYNN ALBOHER — Class Council 3. MARK ALDIN — Class Council Alternate 2; I.M. Football 3. HARRY N. ALEXANDER — I.M. Softball, Football, Basketball 2,4. CHRISTINA SUE ALIG — Student Council Representative 2,4; Culturol Committee Chairman 4; Orchestra 3; Descants 2,4; Trike Race 2,4; Junior Spec 3; AFS Club 4. KATHEY LYNN ALLEN — Trike Race 2,3; Attendance Office As- sistant 2,3; G.A A. 3,4; Class Council 4. PAMELA JEAN ALLEN WARREN L. ALLEN — Marching Band 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Symphonic Band 4. AMY LEE ALLISON — Counterpoints 3,4; Lockets 4; Trike Race 3,4; Fall Fashion Show 4; Student Council 3; Junior Spec 3. HAROLD L. ALLISON MARY AMETER — French Club 4; Trike Race 4; Junior Spec Usher 3. C HRISTY MARIE ANDERSON GILBERT W. ANDERSON — Track; Basketball. JULIE ANN ANDERSON KARL M. ANDERSON KEVIN WAYNE ANDERSON — Wind Ensemble 3,4; Folk Music Club 3; National Honor Society 3,4. SANDRA KAY ANDERSON — I.M, 3,4; Pep Band 2,4; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Library Assistant 3; Morching Band 3,4; Or- chestra 4 . STEPHANIE LYNN ANDERSON — Home Economics Style Show 2; Reading Lob Assistant 3. JON N. ANDRE5EN — Junior Spec 3; Football 2,3; Wrestling 2,3; I.M. 3,4; Gym Assistant 3. 146 SUSAN KAY ARDELEAN DIANE ELIZABETH ARNEY — Lockets 3; Spanish Club 3; Home Ec Style Show 4. ERIC JAMES ARNOLD — I.M, 3. MEL DENNIS ARNOLD — Student Council Alternate 2; Track 2; Basketball 2-4; Lettermen ' s Club 3-4; I.M. Softball 3-4. MARC ARONSTAM JANET ELLEN ATKINSON — Pep Band 2-4; Wind Ensemble 2-4; Marching Panthers 2-4; Band Treasurer 4; I.M. 2-3. CHARLES ANDREW AUGUSTIN — Cross Country 2-4; Track 2-3; Class Council 2-3; I.M. Basketball 2-4; Speleology Club 3; Vocational Auto Mechanics 4. MELANIE CHARLOTTE AYER — Orchestra 2-4; Descants 2-4; Ju- nior Spec 3; Trike Race 2-4; Class Council Alternate 3. CAROL ANN BACHMANN — National Honor Society 3-4; Counterpoints 3-4; Fall Musical 3; Junior Spec 3; Folk Music Club 3; Student Council 4. JENNY LYNN BAILEY — Student Council 2; Trike Race 2-3; Class Council 3; Junior Spec 3; G.A.A. 4; Madrigals 3. GREGG L. BAIR — Basketball 2-4. WILLIAM JOHN BAKER— I.M. Basketball 2-4; Golf 2-4; Stu- dent Council 3; Key Club 4; Latin Club 2-3; Lettermen ' s Club 4. KATHRYN ANN BAKER — French Club 3-4; Lockets 2-4; Trike Race 2-4; Madrigals 2; Allegroes 3; Debtones 4. KENT BAKER — I.M. Basketball 3-4. MARK ALAN BAKER — I.M. Softball, Football 3-4; Pep Band 2-4; Wind Ensemble 3-4; Stage Band 4; German Club 3. MELISSA ANN BAKER — Class Council 2; G.A.A. 3; I.M. 2-4; Lockets 3; Trike Race 2-4. 147 BETH ANN BALDWIN — Trikc Race 2,3; Cadet Teaching 4. FRANK A. BALDWIN — Student Council Alternate 3; Class Coun- cil Alternate 2. DEBRA KAY BARLOWE — Student Council Alternate 2; Student Council 3; Bookstore Assistant 2,3; Trike Race 2. THOMAS SCOTT BARNES — Latin Club 2; I.M. Football, Basket- ball 3,4; Chariot Race 2. ANTONY BARNETT ELIZABETH BARRETT — German Club 2,3; I.M. Volleyball. MARY JO BARRETT — Class Secretary 2; National League Vice President; Lockets; French Club; Human Relations Committee; Viet Nam Awareness Day Committee 3. BONNIE MARIE BATRICH — Trike Race 2; Debtones 4. BRENDA ANN BATTEN — French Club 2-4; Newspaper Staff 3, Feature Editor 4; Yearbook Staff 3; Junior Spec 3. DAVID WILLIAM BAUGH — Reserve Football 2; Reserve Basket- ball 2; Student Council 3; Newspaper Staff 3, Sports Editor 4; I.M. Basketball, Football, Softball 3,4. ROBERT K. BAXTER — Gymnastics Team. KRISTIE L. BAYLESS — Folk Music Club 2,3; French Club 2; G.A.A. 4; Madrigals 3; Allegroes 4. NANCY ANN SEAL — G.A.A. 3,4; I.M. Volleyball, Softball 2-4; Allegroes 3,4; Trike Race 3; Folk Music Club 3,4. JOHN T. BEARSS — Gymnastics 3,4; Wrestling 2; I.M. Football, Softball 2. CRAIG M. BECHTEL BRIAN C. BECK — Catapult Team 3; Lab Assistant 4; Latin Sen- ate Member 2; Roman Chariot Race 4. ELYSE D. BECKER SALLY ANN BECKER — National Forensics League 3,4; Debtones 3; Descants 4; Class Council Alternate 3; Trike Race 3. LARRY BECKER JAMES MARIO BEELER — I.M. Football, Basketball, Bowling 2- 4; Gym Assistant 4; Latin Chariot Race 2. SUSAN KAY BEHRMANN — Madrigals 3; A Capella 2; Trike Race 2-3; German Club 2-3. JOHN PAUL BEIKES BRIAN BELLES — Junior Spec Act Chairman 3; Delegate to Dis- trict and International Key Club Convention 3,4; Key Club 2,3, Secretary 4; German Club 3. JOAN LESLIE BELSCHWENDER — G.A.A. 3,4; I.M. Softball, Vol- leyball 2-4; Trike Race 2-4. GERALD LEE BENNETT — Wrestling 2,3; Gym Assistant 3; Ger- man 2-4. PAMELA BENNETT — French Club 2; I.M. Gymnastics 3; Trike Race 4. LYDIA C. BENSON — Clothing Fashion Show 2; Office Assistant 3; Fall Fashion Show 4. DEBBIE BERGER 148 SENIOR MARK GOLDSTEIN pouses while setting type in the print shop. DAVID ROBERT BERKHOLZ — I.M. Football, Bowling. LESLIE ANNE BERLING BARBARA BERNEY — Human Relations Council 4. GARY BERNSTECKER — Class Council Alternate 2; Wrestling 2; Latin Club 2-3. MADELEINE JUDITH BERRY — Transfer from Chatard; Sports Publicity 4; Trike Race 4; Style Show 4; AFS 4. DIANE L. BESS — National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 3,4; National Merit Semiflnalist 4; Alternate Honors Abroad. JILL BESSETT — P.A.S.F. 2-4; I.M. 2-4; Girls Track Club 3,4; Pep Squad 2; Y-Teens Treasurer 2; Lockets 3. KEVIN BEST — Student Council Alternate 4; Track 2; Cross Country 2; Trike Race 4; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3. PEGGY BEST — AFS Vice-President 4. JAMES TODD BETHEL — National Honor Society President 3,4; International Thespians Vice-President 3,4; Repertory Company 3,4; National Merit Semifinallst 4; Orchestra 2-4; Junior Spec 3. JULIE ANN BIANCHINI — Trike Race 2; Student Council Alter- nate 2; Lockets 3; Gymnastics 3. D. BRUCE BIBLER — Library Assistant 2-4; Latin Club 2,3; Boy ' s State Delegate 3. PETE L. BILL — Bell Choir 2-4; Exhibition Drill Team 2-4; I.M. Football, Bowling 3,4; Trike Race 4; Class Council 2. DELORES ANN BILLS — National Honor Society 2; G.A.A. 2; Office Assistant 2; Gym Assistant 2; Guidance Assistant 2. ROBERT LEE BINKLEY RICK L. BIRNBAUM — I.M. Basketball, Softball 2,3; Art 2,3; Trike Race Pit Crew 4. 149 Class of ' 2 DAVE L. BLACK— Student Council 2,3; Football 2,3, Basket- ball 2; Baseball 2-4; I.M. 3,4; Key Club 4. DIANA CAROL BLACK — Trike Race; Speech Team; I.M. JOHN BLACKBURN MARY HELEN BLACKBURN — National Honor Society 3,4; Stage Crew 3,4; Costume Make-up Sec. 3,4; Debtones 3, PresicJent 4; I.U. Honors Program 4; Orchestra 2,4. LINDSEY BLAIR BEN EARL BLAKLEY — Student Council 4; Golf 2; Softball 3; Wrestling Team 2 ,4; German Club 2,4. BETSY ANNE BLANCHARD — Class Council 3; Student Council 4; German Club 2,3; Orchestra 2,3; Trike Race 2; Junior Spec Publicity Chairman. LYNN ELLEN BLEDSOE — Concert Band 2. " KAREN A. BLOMBERG — G.A.A. Golf 3,4; Gym Assistant 3; Junior Spec. 3; I.M. Volleyball 2,3; Folk Music Club 4. JEROME JAY BLUESTEIN — Reserve Football 2; I.M. Bowling, Basketball 3,4; Class Council Alternate 2; I.M. Softball 2,3. NELL ZENNIA BOARDS — Health Center Assistant; Style Show; I.M. Volleyball. PERRY L. BOCKSTAHLER — Stage Crew. BARBARA JO BOLON — Student Council Alternate 2; Concert Choir 2; A Capella 3; Allegroes 4; Junior Spec 3; Trike Race 2,3. DEBBIE ANN BOMAN — Class Council 2; I.M. 2,3. MICHAEL PAUL BOONE — Woods 3,4; Metals 2,3. STEVEN BOOTH — Wrestling 2; Speleology Club. -Key Club Secretary 2,4; Student Council Music Men 3,4; Human Relations Council Allegroes 3; Debtones ROBERT BORMAN— 2,4; Junior Spec 3; 4. SHEILA BORUFF — Girls Chorale Choir 2; 4. DONALD BOTTAMILLER — Woodworking 2,4; Metals 4. MARY BOURDON — Bell Choir 3; Spanish Club 2; Gymnastics Team 2,4; G.A.A. 2,4; Spring Arts Festival 3,4; Junior Achievement 3,4. JERRY LEE BOYLE — ROTC Battalion Formation 2,4; Straight Drill Team 2,4; Drill Team Letter 2-4. EILEEN MARIE BRACKEN — Spanish Club 2-4; AFS Club 3,4; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; AFS Representative to Venezuela 3; National Merit Semifinalist 4; Newspaper Staff 4. SHARON LEE BRAMMER — Silvercraft 4. JOANNE E. BREARTON JOHN GREGORY BRETING — I.M. Football 3; Reserve Golf 2,3; Varsity Golf 4. NANCY ANN BREUNIG — Class Council 3. JUDI M. BREWER — DECA SUSAN L. BROAD 150 CHECKING MACHINERY IN THE PRINT SHOP, senior Dan Raley helps in the final stages of preparing the newspaper. RICHARD CHALMER BROADDUS — Student Council. CAROL BROWN — Lockettes 4; I.M. Volleyball 3. DARRELL ERIC BROWN — Student Council 4; I.M. 2-4; Reserve Baseball 2. DEBORAH JOANN BROWN — Trike Race 2; Girls Chorale 2; Stu- dent Council 2,3; Debtones 3; Junior Spec Usher 3; Counter- points 4. JUDITH C. BROWN — Student Council 2; Girl ' s Concert Choir 2; Madrigals 3; Trike Race 2. DENISE E. BROYLES — Repertory Theater 4; Trike Race 4; Trans- fer from Hartford High School. SUZANNE MARIE BRUMMER — Latin Club 2,3; Class Council 2,3; Library Assistant 2; Attendance Office Assistant 3; Junior Spec 3. CHARLES E. BRUNO — Publications Photographer 2-4. BRENDA BUCHANAN DENNIS RAY BUCKNER — Wrestling 3,4. LEONARD DEWAYNE BUCKNER LYNN HILLARY BUDNICK — Northernaire Choir 2. DARYL O. BUFORD — Drill Team; Senior Class Council; I.M. Basketball. MARCIA BUNES JOY BURD CARL F. BURGE — I.M. Basketball, Football, Baseball 3,4; Re- serve Basketball, Baseball 2. 151 Class of 72 VIRGINIA BURGESS REILY A. BURRELL JAY JULIUS BURSKY — Music Men 2; Counterpoints 3,4; Fall Musicals, Spring Plays 2-4; National Honor Society 3,4; Forensics 2-4; Jr. Spec; Repertory Theatre. FRED BUTLER RICHARD BYFIELD DEBORAH RUTH CADY — Girls Ensemble 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Science Seminar 2; Jr. Spec; Northernaires 2; French Club 2-4. BERYL DENISA CAIN — Girls Concert Choir 3; Madrigals 4; I.M. Volleyball, Basketball 2,3; Fashion Show Commentator 2; AttencJance Office Assistant Secretary. MILDRED LOUISE CALHOUN — Jr. Spec Chairman; Library As- sistant 2-4; National Honor Society Vice-Pres.; Stage Crew 4; German Club 3,4. VALERIE JEAN CALKINS — Forensics; French Club; Lockets. MARSHA CAMERON — Girls Concert Choir 2; Debtones 3; General Office Assistant; Reading Lab Assistant. BONNIE CAMPBELL — National Honor Society 3,4; Lockets 3; Latin Club Catapult Team 2-4; Pep Band; Chem Lab Assis- tant 4; Trike Team 4. DOUGLAS SCOTT CAMPBELL — Vocational Auto Mechanics 4. JEFF L. CAMPBELL — Wrestling 2-4; Latin Chariot Race; I.M. Basketball. KAREN CANADAY LOUIS BARRY CANTOR — Key Club Sgt. At Arms 4; Varsity Basketball 3,4; I.M. Softball 3,4; All-State Orchestra 2; Reserve Basketball 2; Class Council Alternate 3. CAROLINE MARY CAPEHART — Lockets 3,4-Executive Board 4; Lab Assistant 2-4; Folk Music Club 3,4; French Club 3,4- Planning Board Rep. 4; Latin Club 2. TERRI L. CARBAUGH CYNTHIA MAE CARL — Student Council 2; Junior Class Council 3; Jr. Spec; A Cappella 2; Madrigals 3,4; Trike Race 2-4. PEGGY ANN CARLIN — Class Council 2; AFS 4; Library As- sistant 4; Spanish Club; Trike Race 2,4. KATHY A. CARSON — NORTHERN LIGHTS STAFF 2. KATHLEEN SUE CASEY — G.A.A. 4; Spanish Club 2; Trike Race 2; I.M. Gymnastics, Tennis, 4. ERNESTINA M. CASIRAGHI — AFS Exchange Student. JOHN KEITH CASTLE KAREN MARIE CATLIN — Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3. NANCY BELLE CAYLOR — Clothing Fashion Show 2. ANTONIO VALERIO CAZARES — ROTC Drill Team. CAROL LYNN CHAB — Science Seminar 2; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Chem Lab Assistant 4; Student Council Alternate 3; I.M. 2,3; National Merit Semi-finalist 4. CURTIS ROBERT CHAPMAN — Marching Band 3,4; Pep Band 2; Semi-Finalist I.U. Honors Abroad (Latin) 3; I.M. Basket- ball 3; Latin Chariot Race 2,3; Junior Spec 3. 152 SENIOR CHARLEY HAMMOND spends at least one hour of each school day working in the stage office preparing for upcoming pro- ductions. G. DAVID CHASTAIN — Orchestra 2-3. CHRIS CHAUVETTE — French Club 2-4; Fine Arts Festival 2-4. BARBARA CHERNOFF — Costume and Make-up Club 2-4; Madri- gals 3; Allegroes 4; AFS 4; Junior Spec 2,3; Trike Race 4. ANN R. CHIPLIS CAREN ARDEN CHRISTENA — Lab Assistant 4; Spring Arts Festi- val 2,3. GLEN STEWART CHRISTIE — I.M. Basketball 2-4; I.M. Softball 3,4. MICHAEL EUGENE CHUMLEY III — Music Men 3,4; Folk Music Club 3,4; Key Club 4; Student Council 2,4; I.M. Bowling 3,4. GARY CARL CLARK — I.M. Basketball 2-4. GEORGE GREG CLARK — Fall Tennis 2,3; Spring Track and Field 2-4; Junior Spec 3; AFS 4; Key Club 4; I.M. Basketball 3,4. ROBERT D. CLARK — I.M. Basketball, Football, Softball 2-4; Student Council Alternate 2; Band 2,3; Stage Band 3. BARBARA CLAY GARY DWIGHT CLEVERLEY — Volleyball 2,3; Racing 3,4; Rifle Team 3,4. WILLIAM TERRY CLIFFORD — Football 2-4; I.M. Basketball 3,4; Junior Spec 3; Gym Assistant 3,4. HOLLY ANN CLOONAN — National Honor Society 3,4; Folk Music Club 3; French Club 3; Stage Crew 2; NCTE Semi- finalist 3; Trike Race 4. BRENDA K. CLOUSE — Style Show 3; DECA 4. CYNTHIA ANN CLYMER — Attendance Office Assistant 2,3; Home Ec. Clothing Fashion Show. 153 Class of 72 TOM L. COALE — I.M. Basketball, Football, Softball 3,4. THOMAS GREG COERS — Latin Club 2-4; Lab Assistant 2-4; I. M. Bowling. ANNE COFIELD — Junior Spec 2,3; Nationol Honor Society 3,4; Descants 3,4; Class Council 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Trike Race 2-4. JACK WARREN COGGESHALL — Track 2, Football 4; I.M. Bas- ketball 2-4, Softball 4. HERMINE COHEN — G.A.A. 4. CICKI COHEN — Class Council Alternate 2; Student Council Alternate 2; I.M. Gymnastics 3; Junior Spec 3. JAMES D. COLLINS — Orchestra 2-4; StucJenI Council Alternate 2. RICK CONNER — Mechanical Drafting 2,3; Band 2. DARYL A. COOK — Vocational Auto Mechanics 4. JUDY L. COOK — National Honor Society 3,4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 2,3; Trike Race 2,3; Pep Band 2-4; I.M. 2,3; Ger- man Club 2-4. LINDA LOUISE COOPER — Trike Race 3. RANDY G. COOPER — Football 2; Student Council 4; I.M. Foot- ball, Baseball, Track 4; Gym Assistant 3. MARK NIEL COPENHAVER — Notional Honor Society 3,4; Stage Crew Club 2-4; Thespions 3,4; Class Council 2; Orchestra 2-4. RICHARD B. COPENHAVER — Wrestling 2,3; I.M. Football, Bas- ketball 2-4. FRED CORAZ — Gymnastics 2-4; Lettermen Club 2-4; Student Council Alternate 4; Printing Tech 4. JAMIE L. COREY — Junior Prom Queen 3; Fall Musical 3,4; Student Council 3; Counterpoints 3,4; Folk Music Club; Junior Spec 3. MARTHA RENE CORN — Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 2,3; Pep Band 2-4; Stage Crew 4; A.F.S. 4; Marching Band 3,4. SHARON CORNELIUS CAROL LYNN CORNETT — Lab Assistant 3; Student Council 4. CATHY JO COTTON — Orchestra 2-4; Debate Team 2,3; Trike Race 2,3; National Forensics League 2,3; I.M. Gymnastics, Volleyball 2. LARRY COWSER — I.M. Football, Basketball, Softball 2-4; D.E.C.A. 4; Trike Race Pit Crew 2. JACK R. COY — Printing 3; I.C.T. 4; I.M. Football 3; Trike Race Pit Crew 3. MARIANNE CRABLE — Student Council Alternate 3; Gym As- sistant 4; G.A.A. 4; Guidance Office Assistant 3,4. MARY ANN CRAHAN — Student Council 3; Class Council Alter- nate 2; Library Assistant 2; Trike Race 2; Junior Spec 2; Fall Fashion Show 4. TERESA SUE CREECH DALE RONALD CRILE — Student Council 4; Spanish Club 4; I.M. 2-4. GREGORY CRIM — National Honor Society 3,4; I.U. Honors Program Alternate 3; R.O.T.C. Battalion Staff 4; Band 2 NANETTE CRIM 154 MANY STUDENTS, ESPECIALLY seniors drive to school in order to have shortened school days. JEFF J. CRONIN — I.M. Football 4; I.M. Softball 3. LINDA J. CROWE — Reserve Cheerleader 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3; Class Council 2-3; Student Council Alternate 4; Junior Spec 3; Trike Race 2-4; G.A.A. 4. CLINTON M. CUNNINGHAM — Basketball 4. DEBBIE ANN CUNNINGHAM — National Honor Society 3-4; Orchestra 2-4; Young Musicians Contest Winner-ISO 3. JAMES STEPHEN CURRIN RICHARD CURRY — I.M. Basketball, Football; Lab Assistant; Stu- dent Council Alternate. ROBERT D. CURRY — JROTC Battalion Formation 2-4; Straight Drill Team 2-4. LYNN PATRICIA CUTLER LORI CURTIS STEPHEN R. CUTLER — Student Council Alternate 4. CANDY CUTSINGER JEFFREY NORMAN DALTON — ROTC, Rifle Team. WAYNE FRANCIS DANIEL — I.C.T. 4; Marching Band 2-3, Pep Band 2. ZACKARY JEROME DARRING KEETER LEN DAVIDSON — National Honor Society 3-4; Junior Spec 3; German Club Secretary 2-4; Student Council Alternate 2-4; Girls Ensemble 4. GWEN ELLEN DAVIS Class of 72 MARLENE RENEE DAVIS MAXIE DAVIS — Class Vice Presidenf 4; Student Council 2,3; Human Relations Council 3; Wrestling 2,3; Track 2. RON EDWARD DAVIS — Vocational Auto Mechanics 4. SUSAN J. DAVIS — National Honor Society 3,4. CONNIE JO DAYE — Trike Race 2. ANNE D. DEAN — Orchestra 2,4; Debtones 4; Medical Ex- plorers 4; Stage Crew 2,3; Costume Make-up Club 3; College Night Guide 4. CATHY DEAL PAMELA ANN DECK — Allegros 3; Debtones 4; Trike Race 3; Class Council 2,3; I.M. 3. LINDA SUE DECKER — Trike Race 2,3; I.M. Volleyball 3,4; G.A.A. 4; French Club 2; Choir 2; Chemistry 3. KATHLEEN JOYCE DeFORD— DECA 4. JANIS FAE DeFRANTZ — National Honor Society 4; Girls State 4; Orchestra 2-4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Junior Spec 3; Repertoire Company 4. MIRIAM DELGADO — Marching Band 3,4; Orchestra 2,3; NATO Conference Representative 3; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Student Council 2. MICHAEL J. DELLEN SUSAN ALYCE DELOTT — Trike Race 2,4. DAVID DeMYER — Tennis Team 3. DAVID DEMING — Chess Team 2,4. JAN DENNERLINE ROBERT J. DENNY PAUL RICHARD DEPPE — Notional Honor Society 3,4; Ham Radio Club President 3,4; Track 2,3; Yearbook Photographer 4; Physics Lab Assistant 3. COY MARIE DEVINE CARRIE ANN DEWES — A Capella Choir 2. PATRICIA JANE DICE — Spring Play 2; French Club Sec-Treas. 4; Girls Ensemble 4; Trike Race 4. ANN E. DICKEY — A Capella Choir 2; I.M. Volleyball 2; Jr. Spec; Student Council 4. SHERI S. DICKEY — Transfer from Sturgis High School; G.A.A. 4; Trike Race 4; I.M. Volleyball 4. JUNE ELLEN DICKS — Symphonic Marching Band 3,4. MARK GREGORY DILL JOHN D. DILTZ — Wind Ensemble 2,4; Pep Band 2; NDCC Battalion 2; Jr. Spec; Orchestra 4; Key Club 4. JAMES M. DINE 156 TAKING ADVANTAGE OF warm days, senior classes meet on the front lawn. DOUG SCOTT DISHER — I.M. Football 3; Language Lab As- sistant 2,3; Sound Crew 2,3. CHARLES HENRY DISTLER JACK E. DIXON — Drill Team 2-4; I.M. Football 2-4; I.M. Rifle Team 2,4; Intramural Pistol Team 3. TERRELL ANN DOBBS — National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spec 3; Lockets-Projects Chairman 3,4; I.M. Volleyball 3; Student Council 4; Gym Assistant 3,4. ELAINE DOCK — National Forensic League 2-4; Costume Make- up Club 2-4; Stage Crew Club 2,4; Lockets 4; Student Coun- cil Committees 3,4; Girls Golf Team 3. JUDY KAY DODSON — Transfer from Sterling High School, Sterling III.; Style Show Committee 3; Reading Lab Assistant 4. DAVID D. DOGGETT STEPHEN JONES DONLAN CONNIE DONNELL HEATHER D. DORAN — National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spec 3; German Club 3; Debtones 3,4; Library Assistant 3,4. DAVID JOHN DOWLING PATRICIA LYNN DRAKE — National Honor Society 3,4; Booster Club 2; Student Council Alternate 2; Class Council Alternate 3; Girls Track Club 2. LAURI DREISESZUN GEORGE DAVID DRESBACH — National Honor Society 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Boy ' s State Representative 3; Student Council Alternate 2; Class Council 3; German Club 2,3. JAN MAUREEN DRIGGERS — National Honor Society 3,4; Ju- nior Spec 3. MICHAEL DRISKIEL Class of 72 MICHAELLE EILEEN DUGAN — Stage Crew 4. SANDRA JEAN DULONG Spring Art Festival 3. JAMES H. DUNN — Wrestling 2. LINDA JOYCE DUREN — Home Ec. Style Show 2,3; Distributive Education Program 4, Choi JULIE YVONNE DURKEE DANE R. DYE — Reserve Football 2; I.M. Basketball 3,4. DAN DYKE — Cross Country 2-4; Track 2,3; Latin Club Chariot Race 2,3. JOHN CHARLES DYKEMA — Marching Band 2,4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 2,3; Wind Ensemble 4; Fall Musical Pit Or- chestra 3; I.M. Basketball 3. PETE D. DYKEMA — Football 2,4; I.M. 2,3. KAREN L. EARLE PEQUITA EATON RANDALL J. EATON — I.M. Football, Softball, Baskefboll, Bowl- ing; French Club. WILLIAM BRENT ECKHART — National Honor Society 3,4; Stu- dent Council 2-4; I.M. Basketball 2-4; Basketball Trainer 2,3; Key Club 4; School Board Representative 4. ELIZABETH ANN EFROYMSON — Student Council 4; Trike Race 2,4; Junior Spec Usher 3; I.M. Volleyball. JAMES M. EICHE — Thespians; I.U. Summer Studies Program- Germany; National Honor Society; Student Council. MIKEL STEPHEN EID — Football 2,3; I.M. Basketball 2,3; Gym Assistant 3. ELLEN M. EINTERZ — I.U. Honors Program-France 3; National Honor Society 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; I.M. Volleyball, Softball 3,4; Orchestra, Pit Orchestra 2-4; Trike Race; French Club. ELIZABETH ANNE ELLIOTT — AFS Club 3,4; French Club 2-4; Forensics 2; Trike Race 2-4; Student Council Alternate 2; Folk Music Club 3,4. JAMES F. ELLIOTT — Cross Country 2-4; Track 2-4; I.M. Basket- ball 4. LUCY ANNE ELLIOTT — Folk Music Club 3; I.M. 2,3; A Cappella 2; Girls Ensemble; Gymnastics Assistant 3. PAUL C. ELLIOTT — I.M. Bowling 2; Reading Lab Assistant 3,4. PAULA S. ELLIOTT — Majorette 2-4; Allegroes 4; Girls ' Track Club 3,4; Homecoming Committee 4. MAXINE L. ENGEL — I.M. Bowling 3; Lockets 3; Spanish Club; Reading Lab Assistant 2. WENDY A. ENKEMA — Class Council 3; Student Council 2; Fall Musical 3; I.M. Volleyball 2-4; Girls Ensemble 4. PAMELA ANNE EPPERS — Girls ' Track Team 2; Northernaires 3; Christmas Show 3,4; Descants 4; Fine Arts Festival 3,4; At- tendance Office 3. CAROLYN ERICKSON AXEL H. F. ESSLER — Printing 2,3; Voc. Auto Mechanics. NANCY ANN ETHERINGTON — Junior Class Council; Student Council Alternate 2; Trike Race 2,3; Jr. Spec; G.A.A. Volley- ball, Swimming. 158 DURING HIS WOODSHOP CLASS, senior Paul Smith uses the radial arm saw while working on his project. RICHARD ALLEN EVANS. SALLY G. EVERETT — AFS 4; AFS Americans Abroad Finalist 3; Student Council Alternate 4; Junior Spec Usher 3. NANCY GAIL EWING — Home Ec. Assistant 3. SUSAN FAILEY — Attendance Office Assistant 2; Trike Race 3; Junior Spec Usher 3; I.M. 2. NANCY ANN FAIRFIELD — National Honor Society 3; Junior Spec 3; French Club 2; Latin Club 3; I.M. Volleyball 2. TOM J. FAIRLEY — I.M. 4. KATIE WILCOX FANSLER — Student Council Alternate 4; A Cappella 2; Debtones 3; Descants 4; Trike Race 2; Fall Musi- cal 4. KEVIN JOSEPH FANT — Counterpoints 3,4; A Cappella 2; Gym- nastics 4; Jr Spec 3. DEBRA ANN FEHSENFELD — Class Council Alternate 2; I.M. 2; Lockets 3; Library Assistant 3; Trike Race 3,4. STANLEY FELDMAN JENNIFER LEE FERGUSON — National Honor Society 3,4; Inter- national Thespian Society 2-4; Repertory Theatre 4. KATHY DEMISE FERRIS LINDA A. FESSLER — Folk Music Club 3; Speleology Club 3; Spanish Club 2; I.M. Volleyball 3; Bookstore Assistant. ROBERT A. FIELMAN — I.M. Football. KIMBRA E. FINK — I.M. Volleyball, Soccer 2; G.A.A. Volley- ball, Swimming, Track, Softball; Gym Assistant 3. MICHAEL K. FISCHER — I.M. 2; Latin Club 3,4; Speleology 3. 159 Class ol 72 ART FISHER — Tennis; I.M. Basketball, Football. MIKE FITZWATER KENNETH J. FLEMING — Vocational Auto Mechanics. MARK FLETCHER — Junior Spec 3; I.M. Football, Basketball; National Merit Semifinalist 4; Latin Club 2,4; Chariot Race 2,4. JAMES A. FLOREN — I.M. 3; A.V. Assistant 3; Park School Transfer. LINDA S. FLYNN — National Forensics League 2-4; I.M. Ten- nis 2; Lockets 3,4; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Trike Race 2. DONALD B. FOGLE — National Forensics League 2,4; Key Club 4. ROBIN ALLISON FORBES — Spring Play 2,3; Fall Musical 3; Girls Ensemble 2; Counterpoints 3,4. KIMBERLY MARLA FORESTE — Northernaires 2; Madrigals 3; Trike Race 2,4; Committee of Etchings In Thought. LAURA JANE FORSHEE DAPHNE ANN FORTE — Library Assistant 2,3; I.M. Volleyball 2; Fashion Show 2; Junior Spec 3. KEVIN M. FORTIER — Student Council 4; National Merit Semi- finalist 4; Human Relations Committee 4; Orchestra 2,3. JULIANNE FOUST — Junior Spec 3; Student Council 3; Trike Race 2,3; Class Council 2; Teacher ' s Assistant 3; Girl ' s Track Club 3. ALVIN LEE FOWLER — Football 2,3; Wrestling 2,3; Student Council 2-4; I.M. Football; Human Relations Committee 4; Cafeteria and Library Committee. CARMELA ANNE FRANCIS — Style Show 2,3; Concert Band 2-4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 2-4; Pep Band 3,4; Bookstore As- sistant 3. SUSAN JANE FRANK — Girl ' s Track Team 3; Girl ' s Track Club 2. MARY M. FRANKLIN — I.M. 2; Spanish Club 3; Lockets 3; Speleology Club 3; Stage Crew 2. NANCY JANE FRANKLIN — National Honor Society 3,4; Class Council 2,3; French Club 4; Junior Spec 3; Prom Committee Chairman 3; Trike Race 3,4. ROBERT G. FRANKLIN — National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spec 3; Speleology Club 3; I.M. Football, Swimming 2,4. VERNITA E. FRAYSER — I.M. 2,3; Cheerblock 2; Fashion Show 2,3; Spanish Club 3; Volleyball 2,3. ELAINE MARIE FREIJE — Junior Spec Coordinator 3; National Thespian Society 3,4; Secretary 4; National Honor Society 3,4; National Forensics League 3,4; Girl ' s Ensemble 4; Outstand- ing Student of the Year Award 2,3. KAROL AVIVA FREUDENTHAL — Costume and Make-up Club 3,4; Stage Crew 4; American Field Service 4; Lockets 3,4; Allegroes 3; Accents 4. DONNA ANITA FRIDIE — National Honor Society 4; Student Council 4. JAMES EDWARD FRIEDMEYER — Biology Lab Assistant. SUSAN LEIGH FRITZ — National Honor Society 3,4; Fall Musi- cal 4; Counterpoints 3,4; Lockets 2, Secretary 4; Junior Spec 3. KAREN M. FROSH — A Capella; German Club 3,4. WILLIAM DALE FULK TERI FULLER — Clothing Fashion Show 2,3. MR. WEAVER DEMONSTRATES HOW to operate one of the machines in Industrial Arts to senior Jeff Lakin and senior Marl Walters. FRED LAND FULMER — Varsity Football 2-4; Reserve Basket- ball 2; Golf 2-4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Coun- cil 2. DWAIN LEE GAALEMA — I.M. Football, Basketball 2-4; Reserve Baseball 3,4; Student Council 4. DEBORAH ANN GALE — Bell Choir 2,3; Fall Musical 3,4; Trike Race 4; Office Assistant; Attendance Assistant 2. MIKE SOBER GALL — I.M. Baseball, Football 2-4; Track 2. SUSAN M. GALLION — Student Council 3,4; Co-chairman En- vironmental Committee 4; Fine Arts Festival 3,4; Class Council Alternate 2; Block ' s Fashion Board. DEBORAH C. GALVIN — Ecology Club 3; Folk Music Club 3. GAYLE GARBER KENNETH SHAY GARRIOTT — Varsity Football, Wrestling 2-4; I.M. Softball 2-4; Junior Spec 3; Junior Class Council Alternate 3. SUSAN LYNN GARRISON — Folk Music Club 3; Band 2,3; Bell Choir 3,4; Trike Race 2,3. ROBERT KENNETH GAUCHAT — Key Club 4. HERBERT G. GAURANO — Marching Band 3; Medical Explorer 4; I.M. Bowling 4. BARBARA JEAN GEORGE — Quill and Scroll 3,4; Newspaper Staff 3, Page Editor 4; Costume-Make-up Club 3. MICHAEL D. GERBER — A Cappella 2; I.M. Bowling, Football 2,3; R.O.T.C. Straight Drill 2,3; Music Men 3,4. LAURI LYNN GERINGER — Girls Ensemble 3,4; Fall Musical 3; Class Council 3; Junior Spec 3; Trike Race 2-4; Junior Prom Planning Committee 3. PAMELA RAE GIBSON — National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council Alternate 4; Trike Race 3,4; I.M. 2,3; Fine Arts Festi- val 2,3. NATALIE ANN GIL TNER — Fall Musical 2-4; Junior Spec 2,3; Student Council 2; Counterpoints 2-4; Fall Play 3. 161 Class c)t 72 KURT A. GISH — Language Lab Assistant 2. JOSEPH W. GLASER — Intramurals 2-4. KENNETH R. GLASS — Music Men 2, Counterpoints 3, President 4; Junior Spec 2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Fall Musical 2-4; Student Council Alternate 2,3. MARY JAYNE GLASS NANCY ELLEN GLASSER — Class Council 2; Intramurals 2,3; Lockets 2,3. JANIS LYNN GLAZIER — Class Council 2; Student Council 3; Human Relations Workshop 4. CHARLES GLICK — Forensics 3,4. LYNNE GLICKSTEIN — Library Assistant 2; Attendance Office Assistant 2 . ANNE DENISE GLOVER — Nctionol Honor Society 3,4; Library Assistant 2; Bookstore Assistant 3; Folk Music Club 3; Accents 4. BILL M. GLOVER — I.M. Football 2, Bowling 3; Junior Spec 3. STEVE GRAYSON GOFF — Key Club 4; I.M. Bowling, Football, Basketball, Softball 2-4; Student Council Bookstore Assistant 4. CHERYL SUE GOLDBERG — Library Assistant 2; General Office Assistant 3,4; Notional Forensics League 2. JEFF A. GOLDSTEIN — I.M. Baskefboll, Baseball, Football 2-4. MARK R. GOLDSTEIN — Student Council 4. CAROL GOODBAR — Class Council 2,3; Student Council 4; Trike Race 4. TOM R. GOODE — Lab Assistant 3,4; French Club 2; I.M. Softball, Football 2. JOHN DAVID GOODWIN — Student Council Alternate 2,4; Class Council Alternate 3; Reserve Baseball, Wrestling 3; Junior Spec 3; I.M. Basketball 2. JUDY GOODMAN — Student Council 3; Trike Race 4. ROLLAND W. GOODWIN GAIL GORDON L. JEFFERY GORDON — Junior Spec 3; Marching Band 3,4; Pep Band 2,3; Thespian Society 3,4; Stage Crew 3,4; Spanish Club 4. KARIN LYN GOREN — Attendance Office Assistant 3; Clothing Style Show 3. PAULETTE KAY GORNES — Folk Music Club 2,3; Speleology Club 3; General Office Assistant 3,4; Orchestra 2-4; Choir 2-4; Medical Explorers 4. ALAN L. GOSHERT — R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, Drill Team 2-4; I.M. Football; Battalion Stoff 2. BARRY J. GOSS BONNIE J. GOSS — Lockets 3; G.A.A. 4; Girl ' s Track Club 4. FRANCINE ANTOINETTE GOSSETT — G.A.A. 4; Lockets 4; Class Council Alternate 4; Clothing Fashion Show 2,3. SUSIE GRABLE SENIOR KATHY KELSO HAS some indecision about whether or not to dance with her date, senior Tom Reynolds, at the Christmas Dance. MELISSA LYNN GRADY ELIZABETH GRANT JEANNETTE LYNN GRAVEN — Cadet Choir 2; Madrigals 3,4. BRADLEY H. GRAY — Student Council Representative 2,3; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; I.M. Football, Basketball, Softball. MIKE D. GRAY — Band 2; R.O.T.C. 2-3; I.M. Football 3. WILLIAM CHRISTIAN GREASEL DEBBIE K. GREEN — Clothing Style Show 2; C.O.E. 4. RALPH EDWARD GREEN — I.M. Basketball. MARY CLARE GREENOUGH PATRICIA ANN GREGORY — Class Council 2; Student Council Alternate 3; Library Assistant 3; Earth Day Committee 2; I.M. Volleyball 4. YVONNE M. GREGORY — Student Council 2; Madrigals 3; Ju- nior Prom Co-ordinator 3; I.M. Volleyball 4; Trike Race 2,4; G.A.A. 4. DAN GRESKAMP JOHN GRESKAMP NILS HAARBYE RICK ALLEN HABEGGER- JIM HABERMAN -Student Council 2; Class Council 3-4. 163 Class of 72 STEVE J. HABIG — Wrestling 2-4; Gym Assistant. MIKE E. HACKER SUE A. HADLEY — Student Council 4; Medical Explorers 3; I.M, Rifle Team 2,3; Trike Race 3. MIKE HALEY VICKI LYNN HALL CHARLES F. HAMMOND — Stage Crew 3-4. STEVE ALLEN HAMPTON JERI LEE HANCOCK — Student Council 2; Folk Music 4; Girls Ensemble 4; Track Club 2-4; Junior Spec 3. Club MARK W. HANSEN — German Club 3,4. SUSAN HAPAK — Hoosier Girls State Outstanding Girl 3; Girls Nation Senator 3; A.F.S. 2,3, Secretary 4; Student Council 4; Homecoming Committee; Human Relations Com- mittee. JANIE HARKER — G.A.A. 4; Gym Assistant 3,4; Junior Spec 3; Folk Music Club 3. TOM M. HARMON — I.M. Basketball 2-4; Latin Club 2; Char- lot Race 2,3; Latin Banquet 2,3. JILL HARPER J. WESLEY HARRINGTON — Track 2-4; Gymnastics 3,4; Junior Spec 3; Class Council 3; Orchestra 2-4; I.M. Basketball 2,3. JANICE MAE HARRIS — G.A.A. 4; A Capella Choir 4. MITCHELL J. HARRIS — Football 2-4; Wrestling 2; Track 3,4; I.M. Basketball 2-4; Junior Spec 3; Key Club 4. STEVEN R. HARRISON — Latin Club 2,3; I.M. Football, Base- ball, Basketball 2-4; Student Council 3; Junior Spec 3. DEBRA ANN HARSHMAN — I.U. Honors in Spanish Prelim- inaries 3. EDGAR WILLIAM HAUSER — TrIke Race Pit Crew 2. KATHY HAVERTY — National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spec Act Chairman 3; Northern Light ' s Staff 3; News Bureau Editor 4; Stage Crew 3. ANGELA L. HEICHELBECH — I.M. Volleyball 2; Stage Crew 3,4; Historian-Thespian Troupe 3,4; Vice President French Club 4; Repertory Theater 3,4; Costume and Make-up Club 4. MARK ROBERT HEISER — Folk Music Club 3; Gymnastics 3,4. KATHY HEISKELL ANDREW E. HENDERSON — Folk Music Club 3,4; Speleology Club 3; I.M. Football 2,3. ROBERT HENSHAW JULIE ANN HERMAN — A Cappella 2; Madrigals 3. NANCY ANN HERMAN — Attendance Office Assistant 2; French Club 2-4. JAMES C. HERMELING — Student Council 4. 164 SENIOR AVI SACKS assists Senior Rick Connor In a Chemistry experiment while another student looks on. GARY S. HERNDON — I.M. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Soft- ball, 2-4. JANE HERSHBERGER LOU ANNE HERSHEY — Class Council 2; Gym Assistant 3; Caclet Teaching 4; Trike Race 2; Majorette 2-4; G.A.A. 2. SCOTT MATTHEW HICKEL — Fall Musical 4; Music Men 4; Thes- pians 3-4; Repertory Theater 3; Spring Play 2; Junior Spec 3. DON HIGGS MIKE HILFIKER ROBERT McKAY MINES — Fall Play 2,4; Winter Play 3. ELLIS ANDREW HINKLE — Football 2-3; Gymnastics 2-3; Wood- working Assistant 4. JEFF M. HIXON — Wrestling 2-4; Student Council 2-3; Class Council Officer 4; I.M. Football, Baseball 2-4; Lettermans Club 3-4. DON D. HOLDER — Black Student Union 4; I.M. Basketball, Football 2-4. CHRISTOPHER M. HOLT — National Merit Finalist 4; Gymnastics 3-4; Chess Team, Vice President 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Marion County Math Test 1st in Division 2-3; National Math Test, 15th in State 3. KAREN M. HOLT PATTY L. HOLTZ — Trike Race 3; Junior Spec Usher 3; I.M. 2. BARRY GORDON HOTTE — I.M. Football, Basketball 2-4; A.F.S. 4. LUCY A. HOUCK SUSAN KAY HOWARD — Orchestra 2-4; G.A.A. 3; Junior Spec Usher 3; Footlight Musicals 3. 165 Class of 72 BARBARA GAIL HOWERTON — Fine Arts Festival Display 2. RICHARD D HUBBARD — Orchestra, President 2-4; I.M, 3,4; Solo and Ensemble Contest 1st in District and State 3; 1st in State Orchestra Contest 2,3. LINDA L HUFF MARK EDWARD HUFF — Key Club 4; Student Council Alternate 2,3; Cross County 2; Junior Spec 3; I.M. Basketball, Football, Softball 2-4. DEBORAH JEAN HUFFMAN — Girls Track Club 2; Class Coun- cil 3; Lockets 2; Paul Harris Foshion Board 4; Spanish Club 2. GARY N. HUFFMAN — Class President 3; Key Club 3; Baseball 2-4; Student Council 2; Junior Spec 3. BONNIE JEAN HUGHES — Bell Choir 2; Track Club 3; Lockets 3. CAROL S. HUGHES ROBERT CHESTER HUNT — Gymnastics 2-4; Student Council 4; Trike Race Chairman 4; Class Council 2,3; Junior Spec 3; Cultural Committee 4. MARK R. HUNTZINGER — I.M, Basketball, Softball, Football 2,3. BOB A. HUTT — Concert Band 2; Latin Club 2,3; I.M. Basket- ball 3,4; Trike Race Pit Crew 4. ROBERTA Y. HYDU DIANNE lAUCO — Madrigals 2; Junior Spec 3; Girls Ensem- ble 3; Counterpoints 4; Fall Musical 2. MARIANNE lAUCO WILLIAM F. INGALS — German Club 2,3; I.M. Football 2. CAROL ISENBERG BARRY JAY IZSAK — National Forensic League 2-4; French Club 2; Student Council Alternate 2; Fall Play 2; Spring Play 2. CHER DENISE JACKSON — Trike Race 2; Library Assistant 2; Office Assistant 4; I.M. Volleyball 2. LARRY JACOBS — Gymnastics 2-4; Junior Spec 3; Leffermans Club. JOANN JACOBSON — Class Council 2; Student Council Alter- nate 3; Student Council 4; Trike Race 4; Lab Assistant 3. ROBERT D. JAMES — National Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 4; Notional Forensic League 2,3; German Club 2,3; Debate Team 2,3; Lab Assistant 4. MARK HOWARD JANSEN — Science Seminar 3,4; Marching Band 2,4; Student Council 4; Key Club 4; Pep Band 2-4. DEBRA JAQUA — Student Council Alternate 2; I.M. Gymnas- tics 2; Folk Music Club 3,4; Fine Arts Festival 2; Junior Spec Usher 4. RICHARD K. JEFFRIES — Symphonic Wind Ensemble 2-4. ANN CREAMER JENKINS — Class Council 3; Junior Spec 3; Northernaires 2; Debtones 3; Counterpoints 4; Fall Musical 4. CYNTHIA JEWETT JERRY JOFFE CAESAR TYSAUD JOHNSON — Track 2-4; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Stage Bond 3,4; Lettermans Club 2-4; National Merit Semi- finalist 4; German Club 2-4. 166 MANY SENIORS, including Julie Herman, spend afternoon hours working at various drug stores as well as keeping up with school work. DEBRA LYNN JOHNSON — Library Assistant 2; Trike Race 4. JAY MARVIN JOHNSON — Wrestling 2. JUDY ANN JOHNSON — National Honor Society 3-4; Student Council 2-3; Fashion Board Candidate 3; Choir 2-3; Junior Spec 3; Debate Team 2; Trike Race 4. PAMELA TRECIA JOHNSON — I.M. Volleyball 2; Trike Race 2; Library Assistant 3. VIRGINIA ELLEN JOHNSON — Library Assistant 3; Stage Crew 3. YVONNE CATHERINE JOHNSON — Transfer John F. Kennedy High School; G.A.A. 2,3. PHILIP DANIEL JOHNSTONE — Student Council 4; German Club 2-4; I.M. Basketball, Football, Baseball 2-4; Golf Team. BRENDA MARIE JONES — Class Council 2-3; Trike Race 2; Li- brary Assistant 2-3; C.O.E. 4; Office Assistant 4; Bookstore Assistant 3. GARY ALAN JONES JILL JONES LUCY ANNE JONES JOHN JORDAN — I.M. Football 3. STEVE DEAN JORDAN DOMINIC JORMAN — Letterman Club 2-4; Student Council 2-4; Football 2-4; Track 2-3; National Honor Society 4; I.M. 2-4. JEROME JUDAY — Band 2; I.M. Football, Bowling, Basketball, Softball 2-4. NORA M. JUSTAK — Orchestra 2-4; French Club 2-3; Footlite Musicals. Class of 72 JULIE V. JUSTICE — National Honor Society 3-4; Latin Senate 2-3; Speleology 3; Lab Assistant 3; Junior Spec 3. JUDY LEE KAFORKE — Bookstore Assistant 2,3. CYNTHIA LOUISE KAHN KENNY H. KAHN — Transfer from Park Tudor School. JANIS CLAIRE KAHN — Student Council Alternate 2; Office As- sistant 2; Junior Spec 2; Student Council 3; Trike Race 4; Folk Music Club 4. PATSY KAHN — I.M. Tennis, Volleyball 2; Trike Race 2,3; Lockets 3. RICHARD R. KALLIO KAREN KAY KALSOW — Nurses Assistant 3; I.M. Volleyball 3; Stage Crew 2; Trike Race 3. JEFF C. KAPPES — I.M. Basketball 2-4. ERIK J. KASSIG NANCY SUE KATZ — National Honor Society 3,4; Folk Music Club 2,3; Junior Spec Act Chairman 3; Student Council 4; Na- tional Merit Semi-Finalist; Stage Crew 4. DIANE KAUFFMAN RICHARD KAUTZMAN REBECCA JANE KAVANAUGH PENNY SUE KAYLOR — Lockets 3; Girls Track Club 4; Costume Make-up Club 3,4; Clothing 3,4; Homecoming Committee 4. JUDY KEARNEY — National Honor Society 3,4; Student Coun- cil 4. JACQUELINE C. KEEFE — Notional Honor Society 4; A.F.S. 3, President 4; French Club 2; Girls Track Club 2; Junior Prom Decorations Committee Chariman 3. ALICE MAE KEENE — Trike Race 2-4; Madrigals 2; Allegroes 3; Debtones 4; Repertory Company 4; Fall Play 4. FREDRICK ALONZA KELLY JR. — Symphonic Wind Ensemble 2-4; Marching Band 2-4; Head Drum Major 4; Pep Band 2-4; Or- chestra 2-4; Key Club 4. JEROME B. KELLY — I.M. 3-4; Key Club 4; Spanish Club 2-4; AFS Club 4; Publications Head Photographer 4; Student Coun- cil Alternate 4. KATHY KELSO MATTHEW REED KENNEDY — Student Council 2; Class Council 3; Junior Spec 3; I.M. 2-4. STEPHEN R. KERN — Key Club 3; I.M. 3; Class Council 3; Junior Spec. 3. CANDI KILBOURN ROBERT KILBOURN WILLIAM FRITZ KILBURY — Key Club 4; I.M. 2-4; Reserve Foot- ball 2; German Club 3,4. BRETT COLEMAN KIMBERLIN MIKE E. KINDER — I.M. 2. 168 SENIORS WHO HAVE extra time often go to the library or sit in the student center and catch up on their reading. V DEBRA CECELIA KING — Gym Assistant 3. ' W C GORDON A. KING — Key Club 4. ; L- ' JANET ELAINE KING — French Club 3-4; Forensics Club 4; Trike Race 4. MARGARET KING — National Honor Society 3-4; Latin Honors Abroad to Italy Finalist 3; Latin Club 4; N.C.T.E. Writing con- test Semi-Finalist 3. STEVE THOMAS KING — Football 2-4; Tennis 2. DAVE JOHN KINNEY — Auto Mechanics 3. MARK W. KINNEY — I.M. Football, Basketball, Softball 2-4. SHARON MARIE KIRKHAM — Lab Assistant 3; Booster Club 2; I.M. 2. KAY ANN KIRKHOFF — Madrigals 2; Ensemble 3-4; Fall Musi- cal 3. STEVEN MARC KIRSH — National Honor Society 3; Triangle Club Award 3; Class Council 2; Letterman ' s Club 3-4; Basket- ball 2-4. MARSHA KAY KITTERMAN — I.M. 2-3; G.A.A. 4; Junior Prom Decorations 3; Lockets 2-4; Office Assistant 3. KANDICE LEAH KLEIN — French Club 2-3; Trike Race 3-4; AFS 3; Student Council Alternate 2; Social Studies Assistant 3. RENE M. KLINGER — Office Assistant 2-3; Spanish Club 4. REXANN ELAINE KNIGHT — National Honor Society 4; German Club 2; Junior Spec 3; Lockets 2; Trike Race 4. JENNIFER BETH KNOWLES — Northernaires 2; Girls Ensemble, Vice-President 3-4; Class Council 3; Student Council 2, Sec- retary 4; Folk Club 3; Trike Race 2. KEVIN C. KOCHER — Football 2-4; Wrestling 2-4. 169 Class of 72 PETER ORLIN KOM5ISKI — I.M. Football 3,4. PAUL WAYNE KOOPMAN — Student Council 4. KAREN GAIL KRAHN — AFS 2; Girls ' Track Club 3,4; StutJent Council Alternate 2,3; G.A.A. 4; Guidance Office Assistant 2; Gym Assistant 3,4. GARY KRAMER DEBORAH ANN KRANICH — Trike Race 2; Costume Make-up Club 3; Lock ets 4; AFS 4; I.M. Gymnastics 2. MIKE KEVIN KREISHER — Junior Spec 3; Intramural Basketball 2,4. SARA RIVA KRIEGER — Counterpoints 4; Debtones 3; Fall Musical 3,4; Folk Music Club 3,4; Costume Make-up Club 3,4; Solo and Duet-Spring Fine Arts Festival. KATIE ANN KRISE — National Honor Society 3,4; Class Council 2; Student Council 3; AFS 2; French Club 2,3; Junior Spec 3. DEBORAH SUSAN KRUGMAN — Lockets 2,3; AFS 3; Closs Council Alternate. CINDY SUE KUHNS — Guidance Office Assistant 3; Gym As- sistant 3; Junior Spec 3; Trike Race 2,3. JOSEPH LEE KUKLAK SUZIE KUNZ LESLIE DIANE KYLE LYNN D. KYLE — Spanish Club 3. SHERIEE CAROL LADD — Class Council 2,3; Library Assistant 2; I.M. Volleyball 2. LESLEY DEMISE LAING — G.A.A. Volleyball 2; Track 3. JEFF LAKIN GREY P. LAMBERT — Football 2,4; Baseball 2; I.M. Basketball 3. STEVEN ELLIS LANCASHIRE — Student Council Alternate 2; Junior Spec 3; I.M. Football, Basketball, Baseball 2,4. LINDA L. LARASON BARBARA ANN LAWALL — National Honor Society 3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Yearbook Staff 3, Editor-in-chief 4; Folk Mu- sic Club 3, Secretary 4; Costume Make-up 3; Debtones 2,4. MARK LAWRENCE LISA LOUISE LAWSON — Class Council Alternate 2,3; Stage Crew 2,4; Cosfume Make-up Club 3; John Herron Scholar- ship 3; Thespions 4. TOM LAYCOCK LAURENCE L. LEGGETT — Concert Band 2; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3,4; Latin Club Senate 2,4; Student Council 4; Key Club 3,4; Reserve Track 3,4. WILLIAM H. LEIBACHER DAVID RAND LEININGER — Student Council 4; I.M. Football, Basketball 2,4; Basketball Trainer 2-3; Student Council Al- ternate 3. ROBERT LENET — I.M. 2-4; Key Club 3. ROBIN DEMISE LITTLEJOHN — Clothing Fashion Show 2; Health Center Assistant 2,3; I.M. 2,3. BRUCE ALAN LOCKWOOD — DECA. WILLIAM JOHN LOEFFLER STEVE LOUDEN DANE W. LOVE DOUGLAS A. LOWRY — Band 2-4; Auto Mechanics 4; Language Lab Assistant 2,3. STEPHEN LEE LUCAS — ROTC Battalion 2; Drill Team 2; I.M. 2,3; Lab Assistant 4. KEVIN DON LUDWIG — Folk Music Club 3, Vice President 4; Bell Choir 4; Zoology Lab Assistant 4; I.M. 3,4; Trike Race Pit Crew 3,4; Transfer Student from Midwood High School, Brooklyn, New York. 171 Class of 72 CAROL JEANNE LUNDGAARD — Orchestra 2-4; Forensics Club 3; General Office Assistant 3. DEBORAH ANNE LUTZ JAMES D. LYNCH SANDRA MARIE LYONS — StucJent Council 2-4; Class Council 3; Junior Prom Co-ordinator 3; Junior Spec 3; G.A.A. 4; Girls Ensemble 3,4. VALERIE ANN LYONS — Class Council Alternate 2; Choir 2, 3; I.M. 2. JAMES PAUL MCALOON — Wrestling 2-4, I.M. Softball 2-4. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN McCARNAN — Reserve Band 2; March- ing Band 3; Symphonic Band 3; Golf 4. SALLY ANN McCLAIN — Student Council 2; Class Council Secretary 3; Junior Spec 3; National Honor Society 3,4. PEGGY E, McCLLJRE — Stage Crew 2-4; Zoology Lab Assis- tant 3; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4. THOMAS M. McCLURE — ROTC Battalion Formation 2-4; ROTC Drill Team 3,4; ROTC Firing Squad 3,4; ROTC Assistant 4. ADRIAN LEE McCORD DAVID PHILIP McFADDEN — Transfer from Des Moines, Iowa; Band 2,3. MARJORIE R. McFALL — Junior Spec 3; I.M. 2; G.A.A. 4; Lock- ets 4; Trike Race 2. TERRANCE P. McGOFF — I.M. 2,3; Wrestling 3,4; German Club 2; Auto Mechanics. ROBERT E. McGRATH AMY McGRIFF — Student Council 3,4; Madrigals 3; Junior Spec 3; Descants 4; Trike Race 3,4; Fall Musicol. JAY A. McGUIRE — I.M. Football, Bowling 2-4; Auto Mechan- ics 4. SCHERRYL LYNN McGUIRE — Transfer from Tech; Junior Coun- cil 3. MARK A. McKENZIE — I.M. Basketball, Football, Baseball 2-4; Student Council Alternate 2; German Club 3. KAREN R. McLEOD — I.M. Volleyball, Softball 2-4; General Office Worker 3,4; G.A.A. 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Class Council Alternate 3; Trike Race 4. PATTI JEAN McMANAMA — Orchestra Service 4; Speleology Club 3. TIM K. McNAMARA TOM McNAMARA KATHERINE ANN McNICHOLAS 2-4; American Field JIM R. McNUTT — I.M. Basketball, Softball 2,3. CAROL ANN McQUISTION — Choir 2,3; Folk Music Club 3. DANIEL JAMES McSHAY — I.M. Baseball, Football, Basketball 2,3; Transfer from Brebeuf. JUDITH LYNELL MACAULAY 172 SENIOR STEVE GOFF works daily In the Student Council book store selling paperbacks to the student body. MIKE ALLEN MACGILL — National Honor Society 4; Junior Spec 3; French Club 2-3; Class Council Alternate 3. STEVE J. MACGILL — French Club 2; Reserve Tennis 2-4; I.M. Basketball, Football 3-4; Class Council Alternate 3. BRUCE M. MADDOX — German Club 2-3; Trike Race 4; I.M. Basketball 2. BRUCE EDWARD MADINGER — Hoosier Boys ' State 3; I.M. Football 2; German Club 2-3. RICHARD G. MALLINSON — ROTC Staff Officer 4; I.M. Football 2-4; Color Guard 2-3; Varsity Drill Team 2-4; ROTC Battalion 2-4; Pistol Team 3-4. MICHAEL JOSEPH MALONEY — Class Council 2; Student Coun- cil 3; Student Council Alternate 4. DAVID MARK MANDELBAUM — Student Council Alternate 3; I.M. Football, Bowling, Softball 3-4; Spanish Club 2. LESLIE DEE MANN — Art Exhibit 2. ROGER B. MANN — Reserve Track 3. LANITA RENEE MANNING — ROTC Battalion Sponsor 4; Mili- tary Ball Queen Candidate 3; Trike Race 4. A. EDWARD MANTEL — I.M. Football, Baseball 2-3. DAVID JAMES MARTENS — Transfer from Elkgrove High, Illi- nois; Band 3-4; I.M. Softball, Football 3-4. ERIC ALTER MARTIN — Latin Club 2-4; I.M. Football, Bowling, Baseball, 2-4; Chariot Race 2; A.V. Assistant 2. KATHLEEN ELIZABETH MARTIN — Madrigals 3; Debtones 4; Trike Race 2-3; Folk Music Club 3-4; Lockets 3. LINDA ALICE MARTIN — Girl ' s Track Club 3-4; French Club 4; Language Lab Assistant 4; Trike Race 2. LORETTA LEA MARTIN — Symphonic Band 3. 173 Class of 72 WILLIAM BAYER MARTINDILL — Wrestling 2-4; Closs Council 3,4; Junior Spec 3; P.E. Assistant 3-4; I.M. Football 4; Panther Mascot 4. DARYL R. MARTZ — National Honor Society 3-4; P.E. Assistant 4; I.M. Basketball 2. BARBARA MATHEWS — Varsity Cheerleader 4; Reserve Cheer- leader 3; National Honor Society 3-4; Class Council 3; Gym Assistant 3-4. BETH A. MATHIOUDAKIS — A Cappella 2; Debtones 3; Accents 4; I.M. Volleyball, Archery 3; Junior Spec 3. MARY LYNN MATLOCK — Concert Choir 2; Madrigals 3; Fine Arts Festival 3-4. CATHERINE ANN MATTINGLY — Spanish Club 2. j RLJTH ELLEN MAXSON — National Honor Society 3-4; Orchestra 2-3, Treasurer 4; Descants 2; Counterpoints 3; Junior Spec 3; German Club 2-4. JAMES ANDERSON MAXWELL MONITA LOUISE MAXWELL — A Cappella 2; Madrigals 3; Christmas Program 3-4; Fine Arts Festival 2. THOMAS C. MAY LORRIE KAY MAYER — Student Council Alternate 3. JOHN MEADOR — Bell Choir; Orchestra. CAROLYN ANN MEDERNACH — Library Assistant 2; Trike Race 2-3; Junior Spec Usher 3; Lockets 4. DEBORAH MEEK JIM D. MEES MARYANN MEESE — Stage Crew 2; National Honor Society 3-4; Junior Spec Usher 3; Prom Poet 3; Gold Key Regional Art Award 3; Athletic Sign Committee. BILL FREDERICK MELCHER KATHRYN LEE MELZER — Student 4; French Club 4. CHRIS MELIN MELODY MELICK Council Alternate 2; A.F.S. KAELYNN MARIE MERCHANT — I.M. Volleyball 3; Guidance Of- fice Assistant 3; Student Council 2; A Cappella 3 DEBBIE LEA MERRELL — Descants 4; Girls ' Track Club 3-4; Madrigals 3; Language Lab Assistant 3-4; Trike Race 2; Class Council 2. SHELLEY SUE MESHULAM — French Club 2; Reading Lab Assis- tant 4. MEG MESSERLIE — Class Council 2-3; Debtones 3, Vice Presi- dent 4; Junior Spec 3; Fall Musical Usher 2; Trike Race 2-3. PHYLLIS ANN METTLER — Stage Band 2; Pep Band 2-4. WENDY LEE METZGER — A Cappella 2; Girl ' s Ensemble 3-4; Spring Fine Arts Festival 2-4. JOYCE ANNE MEYER — Debtones 2,4; Allegroes 3; G.A.A.; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Attendance Office Assistant 3; Folk Music Club 3. MAUREEN MICHAEL — Spanish Club 2-3; Trike Race 3-4. DONALD STEVEN MIDDLEMAS — Music Men 3-4; I.M. Bowling 3; Chemistry Lab Assistant 3-4. CAROL LYNN MILES — Fine Arts Festival. MARILYNN A. MILES — Stage Crew Club 2-4. SCOTT LEWIS MILEY — NORTHERN LIGHTS Editorial Editor 4; Key Club 3; I.M. Football 4; Trike Race 4. CYNTHIA GAIL MILLER — National Forensics League 3; Lock- ets 2-3; Library Monitor 3; Reading Lab Assistant 4. DORA JEAN MILLER — Attendance Office Assistant 3; Reading Lab Assistant 4. JEFF MILLER — I.M. Football 4. MEREDITH JEAN MILLER — Gold Key Finalist 3; 500 Art Festi- val 3. MICHELLE ANNE MILLER — Transfer from Pike High School. TOM A. MILLER — Wrestling 2-4; I.M. Softball, Foot- ball 3-4; Junior Spec 3. ROBIN P. MILLICAN — Biology Lab Assistant 3; Spring Arts Festival 3. MARY MARGARET MILLION — Trike Race 3; Class Council Al- ternate 2; German Club 2-3. GREGORY B. MILLIS — National Honor Society 3-4; Music Men 4; Varsity Tennis 2-4; Class Council 2; Junior Spec 3. BEVERLY ANN MILLS — Student Council Alternate 2,4; Latin Club 2,4, Vice President 3; National Honor Society 3-4; Or- chestra 2-4. SUSAN A. MINER — Student Council 2; NORTHERNER Staff As- sistant 3; Jr. Class Council Alternate 3; GAA 4; Lockets 4; Trike Race 3. BONNIE MITCHELL — GAA 3; Band 2; Trike Race 4; I.M. 2; Karate Club 3; German Club 2-3. 175 Class of 72 GREGORY THOMAS MITCHELL — Vocational Aulo Mechanics 4; Track 2, Cross Country 2. JOHN E. MITCHELL MARILYN LOUISE MITCHELL — Student Council 3; Allegroes 3; National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Semi-f inalisi 4; Junior Spec 3; National English Teachers Writing Semi-finalist 3. KAREN MOCKELSTROM WARREN CURTIS MOCKLER JOHN FORD MONFORTE — Stage Crew 2-3; Junior Spec 3. ANN MOORE — I.M. Volleyball, Softball 2-4; International Re- lations Club 2; Costume Design 3; Stage Crew 3. JANE ANN MOORE JOSEPH S. MOORE — National Honor Society 3-4; Varsity Foof- ball 2-4; Varsity Baseball 3-4; Reserve Baseball 2; Varsity Basketball 3; I.M. Basketball 4. SUSAN MORGAN — Class Council Vice-Chairman 2; Secretary of Senior Class 4; Junior Spec 3; G.A.A. 3-4; Trike Race 3. JONATHAN B. MORRIS — National Honor Society 3-4; Stage BancJ 2-4; National Merit Semi-finalist 4; Pep Bond 2-4; Fall Musical Pit Orchestra 2-4; Gymnastics 4. THOMAS MORRISON ALLISON DAWN MORTON — Madrigals 2; Allegroes 3; Trike Roce 3-4; WILLIAM DANIEL MOSKOVITZ BENNY LEE MOSS — Football, Track 2; Wrestling 3-4. ELIZABETH A. MOSS — A.F.S. 4; Costume and Make-up 4; Stu- dent Council 4. JOHN G. MUELLER — Wrestling 2; Electronics Workshop 4; Homecoming Committee 4. KAREN L. MUMFORD MARY JO MUMFORD — I.M. Gymnastics 2. ELLEN HART MUNDS — Cheerblock 2; Laboratory Assistant 3-4; A.F.S. 4. JUDITH MUNRO — National Honor Society 3-4; Girl ' s Concert Choir 2; Debtones 3-4; Junior Spec Act Chairman 3. SUSAN CAROLINE MURDOCK — Reserve Cheerleader 3; G.A.A. Gymnastics Team 3; Gym Assistant 3. MARGARET MURRAY WILLIAM B. MURPHY CELESTE JOYCE NANCE — Style Show Model 2; I.M. 2; D.E.C.A. 4. SANDIE ANN NASSER — Medical Explorers 2. GEORGE NEAL STEVE B. NEAL — A Capella 2; I.M. Basketball 2, Football 3; Music Men 3, Vice President 4; Junior Spec 3. 176 SENIOR GARY CLEVERLEY, takes advan- tage of class time for independant study. JEFFREY L. NEARPASS — Orchestra 2-4; Marching Band 2; Pit Orchestra, Fall Play 3-4; Percussion Ensemble 2-4. LAURIE ANN NEFF — Student Council 2; Trike Race 2. ALLAN HOWARD NEFOUSE DAVID A. NELSON — Wrestling 2-4; Football 2-3; I.M. Foot- ball 4. DOROTHY J. NELSON — Stage Crew 3-4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3; Pep Band 2; Lab Assistant 4. PAMELA JOAN NELSON— Stage Crew 2; Student Council Al- ternate 3; Girl ' s Track Club 4; I.M. 2; Trike Race 3. VIVIAN LISA NELSON — Latin Club 2-3; Trike Race 3; Junior Spec 3; National Honor Society 3-4; Madrigals 4. MICHAEL NEUSS — Student Council Alternate 2; Student Coun- cil 4; Folk Club 4. KIRK C. NEWELL — Language Lab Assistant 3. KENNETH NEAL NEWMAN — I.M. Volleyball, Softball, Football 3-4; National Honor Society. SARAH MARIE NICELY — Na tional Honor Society 3-4; Junior Spec 3; National Merit Semi-finalist 4; Orchestra 2; Latin Club 2-4; Golf Team 3. CAROLYN JO NICHOLS — Orchestra 2-4; Stage Crew Club 2-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Class Council 3; Student Council 4; Costume and Make-up Club 3-4. ZANDRA DENISE NICHLESON — Nurse ' s Aid 2; G.A.A. 2; Span- ish Club 3. DENNIS WAYNE NIDLINGER — Speleology Club 3. BRETT D. NIGH — Football 2-4; Wrestling 2-4. BIRGITTA TILLY NILSSON — Foreign Exchange Student 4; Volley- ball 4. 177 Class of 72 JOYCE CAROL NOONAN — Class Council Alternate 3. KEITH ALAN NOVICK — National Honor Society 3-4; Student Council 2-3, President 4; Chairman Environmental Committee 3; Spanish Club Newspaper 2; Key Club 2-4. SALIIE NYHART JANE ANN OBLINGER — A Capella 2; Madrigals 3; Girls En- semble 4; Folk Music Club 3-4. JOHN EDWARD O ' BRIEN — A.V. Assistant 3; R.O.T.C. 2. PATRICIA EILLEEN O ' BRIEN — Stage Crew 2-3, Secretary 4; Thespians 3; Costume and Make-up 4; Office Assistant 4. PATRICIA LYNN ODELL — Allegroes 4; Latin Club 2-3; A Capella 3. JENNIFER LEE OEHRLE PHYLLIS ANN OFFICER LILLY OGLE JAMES W. OHLSON — Football 2-3; Track 2-4; I.M. Basket- ball, Football 3-4; Class Council 2-3; Key Club 4. PAMELA ANN OLDHAM — Orchestra 2-4; Fall Musical Orches- tra; Band; Junior Spec 3; Orchestra Secretary 4. DAVID K. OLSON — I.M. Football, Basketball, Softball 2-3. ROBERT B. OLSON — Music Men; I.M. Football, Bowling; Stu- dent Council Alternate; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team. DEBRA L. ORNER — Science Lab Assistant 2-4; Madrigals 4; G.A.A. 4; Latin Club 2; Stage Crew 4; Junior Spec 3. NANCl LYNN ORR ROBERT T. ORR — Key Club 4; I.M. Basketball, Softball, Foot- ball 2-4; Trike Race 4. CHERYL L. ORTON — Class Council Alternate 2; Trike Race 2,3. CAROL RAE OSBORNE — Descants 2,3, President 4; Volleyball 2,3. DAVID JOHN OTTILIE — Music Men 3; Counterpoints 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 2,3; Stage Band 2-4; I.M. Baseball, Basketball, Football 2-4. GRETCHEN ANNE CUTWATER — Trike Race 4. SUE ELLEN OVERSHINER — Orchestra 2-4; Gym Assistant 4; English Office Assistant 3. AMELIA ANN OWEN — Stage Crew 2; Fine Arts Festival 3; Trike Race 4. KLAUS DETLEV PALME — AFS Exchange Student. -ROTC Battalion Commander 4; ROTC Football, Baseball 2-4; Student Council DONALD L. PALMER STEVEN C. PAPPAS- Drill Team 2-4; I.M. Alternate 4. CHRISTINE L. PARDIECK TINA MARIE PARHAM — Madrigals 3; Debfones 4; Student Council Alternate 2,3; Homecoming Queen Court 4; Fall Musi- cal Style Show 3. 178 DURING HER FREE time, sophomore Mary Failey listens to many different albums, including Bob- by Sherman. KIMBERLY ANN PARKS — Student Council 4; Art Lab Assistant 4; Fine Arts Festival 2-4; Junior Spec Usher 3; Publicity Com- mittee 4; Trike Race 3. PATTI JEAN PARRETT — Class Council 2-3; Student Council 4; Junior Spec 3; Gym Assistant 3; G.A.A. 3-4; Fall Fashion Show 4. MICHAEL S. PASSO — National Honor Society 3-4; Folk Music 2-3, President 4; Music Men 4; Student Council Executive Council 3; I.M. Basketball 2-3. BRIAN D. PATE — I.M. Football, Basketball. MARK A. PATTERSON — Counterpoints 3-4; Fall Musical 3-4; Junior Spec 3; Northernaires 2. SARA LYNN PATTERSON — Lockets 4; I.M. Volleyball 2-4; Stu- dent Council Alternate 4; G.A.A. 4; Spanish Club 2-3; Trike Race 4. CORINA A. PATTON — D.E.C.A. 4; Student Council 4; I.M. Volleyball 2-3; Fashion Show 2; Stage Crew 2; Class Council 3. MARCIA ANNE PAUSTIAN — National Honor Society 3-4; Junior Spec Usher 3; Trike Race 2-4; Northernaires 2; Madrigals 3. GAVIN MONROE PAYNE — I.M. Football, Basketball, 2-4; Track 2-3; Key Club 4. MIKE PEACHIN — Gymnastics 2-3; A.F.S. 4; I.M. Baseball 2; I.U. Honors in Spanish 3; Junior Spec 3. JAMES M. PEARCE — National Honor Society 3; Key Club 3; Track 2-4; Class Council 2; Student Council Alternate 3; I.M. Football, Basketball 2-4. JAMES CULLEY PEARSON III — Track 2-4; I.M. Basketball 3-4; Latin Club 3-4. TOM F. PECHETTE — I.M. Basketball, Softball 2; Orchestra 2-4. THOMAS R. PECK — NORTHERNER Staff 4; Folk Music Club 3; I.M. 3. BRAD A. PEELER — Latin Club 2; Class Council 3. SCOTT RANDALL PENNISTON — Cross Country 2; Track 2; I.M. Basketball 2; Folk Music Club 3,4. Class of 72 THOMAS P. PENNO — I M. Football 3. MARK ALAN PERLSTEIN — Class Council Alternate 2; Class Council 3; Varsity Bosketball 3,4; I.M. Basketball 2; Varsity Track 2-4; Lettermcn Club 2-4. TIM C. PETERSON PAUL SCOTT PETTICREW — Varsity Tennis 2-4; I.M. Basketball, Football 2-4. LINDA RUTH PFEIFFER — Orchestra 2-4; Spring Fine Arts Festival 3. TOM PHILLIPS JAMES H. PICKERING — Class Council 2; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; I.M. 2-4; Key Club 3,4; Junior Spec 3. J. BRIAN PIERCE — Key Club 3,4; Baseball 3,4; I.M. 2-4; Spanish Club 2,3; Trike Race 2. DONNA JOYCE PIKE — Student Council 2,3; Cheerleader 4; Junior Spec 3; Junior Prom Queen Court 3; Sophomore Christmas Princess 2; Gym Assistant 4. BECKY SUE PING — Allegroes 3; Accents 4; Marching Band 3,4; Pep Bond 2-4; Trike Race 4. GWENDOLYN LEIGH PIOCH — Bell Choir 2-4. CHRISTINE LYNN PISKURA — I.M. Archery, Volleyball 2,3. KAREN D. PITTENGER — Concert Band 2; Newspaper Staff 3,4. WADE VINCENT PORTER — Music Men 2-4; Fall Musical 4; Varsity Football 2,3; Track 2; Student Council 2,3; I.M. Bas- ketball, Football, Softball 2-4. BETH POSTLETHWAITE — Trike Race 2; I.M. Gymnastics 3,4. STEPHEN CARL POTTER — Cross Country 2-4; Track 2-4; Chariot Race 3. MICHAEL E. POWELL — Student Council Alternate 4. ERMA POWER — Student Council Alternate 2. MARY KATHRYN POWERS — A Capella 2; Madrigals 3; Deb- fones 4; Reading Lab Assistant 4; Home Ec. Style Show 2. SARA ELLEN PRATHER — AFS 3,4; German Club 2-4. JEFFREY RAY PRATT — Counterpoints 2-4; Junior Spec 2,3; Fall Musical 2-4; Speleology Club 3; Folk Music Club 3,4; Trike Race 4. STEVEN LOUIS PRATT — Cross Country 2-4; Track 2-4; Class Council 3; I.M. Basketball 2-4; Lettermen ' s Club 2-4. JANICE PRESLER JO ANNA PRICE — Girl ' s Track Club 2-4, President 4; Home- coming Queen 4; A Capella 2; Allegroes 3; Debtones 4; Class Council 4. TIMOTHY T. PRILL — National Forensics League 2-4. NANCY J. PRITCHARD — Closs Council 2; Class Council Al- ternate 3; G.A.A. 3; I.M. Volleyball 2-4; Trike Race 2-4; Gym Assistant 3,4. SHARON 8. PROFETA — Student Council 3; Lockets 3; Trike Race 2,3. JOSEPH RICHIE PROUT 180 SENIOR BARRY HOTTE concentrates on a game at an A.F.S. party with sophomore Beth Mc- Connell. CATHY PRYOR — Fall Musical Club 4. STEVE JAMES PUNCHES — I.M Club 3; DECA Club 4. ROBERT S. RADER — Gymnastics 2. MICHAEL RADOYE — I.M. Basketball 2-4. 2,3; Descants 2-4; Folk Music Football, Basketball 2-4; Key DANIEL RALEY — Sound Crew 2,3; Language Lab Assistant 2,3. WILLIAM SHERIDAN RAMEY — National Honor Society 3,4; Cross-Country 2-4; Track 2-4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4. DONNA RAND RUTHIE A. RAY — Transfer from Arlington High School. TAMI RAMAKER — International Thespian Society 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. MARTIN H. REDISH — Student Council 2,3; I.M. Basketball 2-4; Cross Country 2-4; Track 2-4; Letterman ' s Club 2-4; Junior Spec 3. TOM REDMAN MARK REED — Wrestling 2,3; I.M. Football, Softball 2. JEFF REICH — DECA 4. PAM REICHEL KATHY REINEY — G.A.A. 4. NANCY KAY REINHARDT — English Office Assistant 3,4. 181 Class of 72 ROBERT REITER — I.M. Basketball 3. LANCE ALLEN REMBERT — I M. Basketball, Football, Baseball 2-4. DIANE J. RENIHAN — Junior Spec 3; Trike Race 4. JANICE M. RESNOVER TOM TODD REYNOLDS — Junior Spec 3; Tennis 2-4; Key Club 3,4; Letterman ' s Club 3; Student Council 4; Class Council Alternate 3. VERSIE RICHARDS JEAN ANN RICHARDSON — Student AssistonI; Descants 2-4; Girl ' s Track Club 4; Student Council Alternate 2; I.M. Volley- ball 2. MICHELE LEE RICHARDSON — Student Council Alternate 3; Class Council Alternate 2; French Club 4; Lockets 3,4; Attendance Office Assistant 3,4; I.M. 2. SUSAN J. RICHARDSON — Varsity Cheerleader 4; Reserve Cheerleader 2,3; National Honor Society 3; Junior Prom Queen Candidate 3; Descants 4; Junior Spec 3. JOHN MICHAEL RILEY — Student Security 3. KATHY A. RILEY — Transfer From Chafard. KATHY ANN RISLEY — French Club 3. TERRY LEE RITCHISON — I.M. Basketball 3; R.O.T.C. 2. MARK A. RITTENHOUSE MICHAEL ROY RIVERS — A.V. 3; NDCC Drill Team 4. JILL ROBBINS LANA ROBBINS BROOKE ROBERTS CONNIE ROBERTS — Junior Spec 3; Folk Music 3,4; French Club 3,4; AFS 3; Allegroes 4. DAVID A. ROBERTS — Vocational Auto Mechanics 4. SANDY S. ROBERTS JEFFREY AUGUSTUS ROBERTSON — Junior Prom King 3; Junior Spec 3; Student Council 3; Class Council Alternate 2; Trike Race Pit Crew 2-4; I.M. Basketball 3,4. RICK ROBERTSON MIKE ROBINSON TONY T. ROCHESTER — Black Student Union 4; I.M. Basketboll, Football 2,3; A.V. 2; Gym Assistant 3. JAN RODENBECK — Accents 4. DEBORAH KAY ROE — National Honor Society 3,4; Choir. SARAH ROGERS — Lockets 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Costume Make-up Club 3,4; NORTHERNER Fine Arts Editor 4; Stage Crew Club 4; AFS 2-4; Girls Track Club 2,3. FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT Adrian Luchini opens his going away present at the A.F.S. Christmas Party. Elizabeth Moss from Australia looks on. MARLA JEAN ROLLER — G.A.A. Volleyball 2. NANCY ELLEN ROLLINGS — National Honor Society 3,4; Gym Assistant 3; Spring Fine Arts Festival 2-4; Class Council Al- ternate 3; Student Council Alternate 2. NEILL WARREN ROLSKY — Fall Musical 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Stage Crew 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Reperatory Com- party 4; Folk Music Club 3. ROBIN R. ROMINE — Key Club 3,4; I.M. Football 4. LESLIE ROSDOL — Stage Crew Club 4. PENNY ROSE — Thespians 3,4; Repertory Company 3,4; Stage Crew 3,4; Costume Make-up 3,4; Spring Play 2; Fall Play 4. JERI SUE ROTH — National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Science Lab Assistant 2-4; Science Seminar 2; French Club 2-4; Ecology Club 3. JOHN ROUDEBUSH — I.M. Basketball, Football 2-4. JAMES DARELL ROUNDTREE — National Honor Society 3; Stu- dent Council 4. SARAH ALICE ROY — Library Assistant 2; Attendance Office As- sistant 4; Cooperate-Office Education 4. JEFFREY LEE RUBIN SUSAN CARTER RUDY — French Club 2; Lockets 3; Class Council 2,3; Junior Spec 3. JAN DIANE RUHL — Chemistry Lab Assistant 3; Drug Ed Lab Assistant 3. HAROLD LES RUSSELL — Drill Team 2-4; Color Guard 2,3; Bat- talion Staff 3,4; Junior Spec 3; I.M. Bowling 3; Concert Band 2. DOROTHY ANN RYBOLT — Office Assistant 2,3. DENISE RYLE — Spanish Club 3. 183 Class of 72 JOHN DAVID RYNARD — Gymnastics 3,4; Vocational Auto Mechanics 4. AVRAM L SACKS — Orchestra 2,3; National Forensics League 2-4; Debate Team 2,3; National Honor Society 3,4. MARK R. SADDLER MARSHA SADDLER — Spring Festival Fashion Show. THOMAS MARSHALL SAMMS — Student Council 4; Junior Spec 3; Baseball 3; I.M. Football, Basketball, Softball 2-4. BILL C. SAMPSELL — Football 2,3; Track 2; StucJent Council 4; Class Council 2,3; Junior Spec 3; Key Club. PAM JO SAMPSELL — Trike Race 2-4; Office Assistant 3. HARRY M. SANDERS — Transfer from Arlington; Bell Choir 3,4; Drill Team 3,4; I.M. Volleyball 3, Football 4. MARTY SANDERS — A.F.S. 3. SUE ANNE SANDERS — Trike Race 2,3; Office Assistant 2; Stu- cjent Council 4; I.M. 2. ERNEST J. SANGAR — I.M. Basketball, Football 2-4; Trock 3-4. VICTOR M. SANTORO DONALD M. SAVILL — Wrestling 2-4; Lab Assistant 3; I.M. Basketball 2, PATRICIA A, SCHAEFER — National Honor Society 3,4; Cheer- leading 2-4; Student Council 2,3; A.F.S. 3,4; French Club 3,4. SHARON S. SCHAEFER — Bookstore Assistant 4. DEL V. SCHAFER — Gymnastics 3,4; Folk Music 4. TINA SCHEELE — Track Club 2; Lockets 2; Fall Musical 3; Counterpoints 3,4; Student Council 4; G.A.A. 4. MIKE SCHERRER — Latin Club 2. GARY ALBERT SCHIFFLI — Notional Honor Society 3; Triangle Club Award 2; Key Club 3; I.M. Softball, Basketball 2,3; Football 2,3; Student Council Alternate 2,3. DEBORAH ANNE SCHILLING — Chorale 2; Madrigals 3; Deb- tones 4; Fall Play Usher 3. SHERRI LYNN SCHMALZ — Spanish Club 2; Junior Spec 3; Stu- dent Council 4; Trike Race 3,4; Drama Club 2. LESLIE ANN SCHNEIDER — Trike Race 2-4; Madrigals 3; Al- legroes 4. LINDSAY P. SCHNEIDER — National Honor Society 4; Latin Club 2,3, President 4; National Forensics League 2; Debate Team 2; I.M. 2-4; I.U. Honors Abroad — Latin 3. RICHARD W. SCHNUTE — Orchestra 2,3; Junior Spec 3; Key Club 4; Trike Race 4. WILLIAM L. SCHRAGE — I.M. Baskefball, Football, Softball 2,3. BECKY JANE SCHUBERT — Student Council Alternate 2; Gym Assistant 3; Trike Race 3; G.A.A. Golf Team 3,4; I.M. 2. DONNA ALIX SCHUCHMAN — Junior Spec 3; Girl ' s Ensemble 3,4; A Capella 2. DOUGLAS DONALD SCHUETTE — Gym Assistant 4; Student Council Alternate 3; Speleology 3,4. M I r p- 1 184 WORKING IN AUTO MECHANICS requires special clothing. Senior Doug Lowry spends time tuning up and repairing engines. BARBARA SCHUMACHER — National Honor Society. JAY SCHWALM WENDY SUE SCHWARTZ — Office Assistant 2; Madrigals 3; Allegroes President 4; Student Council 2; Class Council 3; Junior Spec 3. SANDY SCOTT — Girls Concert Choir 2. DEBRA SCRUGGS SHIRLENE DIANE SCUDDER — National Honor Society 3,4; Fall Musical 3; Girls Ensemble 3,4; Lockets 3,4; Girls Track Club 2-4; Junior Spec 3. KATHLEEN M. SCULLY — A.F.S. 3; French Club 3,4; NORTHERN- ER Staff, Album Editor 3,4. LAURIE JO SEAGREN — German Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Trike Race 4. COLIN SCOTT SEARCY — Golf Team 2; I.M. 2-4; N.F.L. Speech Team 3,4; Junior Spec 3; Class Council 2; Student Council Alternate 4. MICHAEL JAMES SEBASTIAN — Student Council 3,4; Class Council 3. CLARENCE WAYNE SEBREE — I.M. Basketball, Football 2-4. STEVE H. SEDAM — I.M. Tennis, Football 4; Lab Assistant 3,4; Stage Crew 4. JASON ANDREW SEIDLER — Student Council 4; I.M. 2; Panther Athletic 2. JOHN L. SELIG JOAN SERVASS — French Club 2; G.A.A. 3,4; Volleyball 3,4; Library Assistant 2; Gym Assistant 4; Lockets 2. PETER J. SEWELL — Class Council Chairman 2; Student Council 3; Junior Spec 3; Key Club 3,4. 185 Class of 72 SUSAN M SHADINGER — Wind Ensemble 3,4; Girl ' s Ensemble 3,4; Descants 2; Junior Spec 3; Trike Race 4. ANTHONY LEE SHAFFSTALL BARBARA DENELL SHANKS — Debtones 2; Counterpoints 3,4; Junior Spec 2,3; Fall Musical 3,4; Trike Race 4. LYNDA ANN SHARP — Folk Music 3,4. MARK STEFFEN SHAVER — Transfer from Chatard High School. ANITA K. SHAW — Gymnoslics 3,4; Track 3,4; Lab Assistant 3; Gym Assistant 4. KENT C. SHAW — I.M. Basketball, Football, Softball 2-4; Stu- dent Council Alternate 3; Latin Club 2,3. MIKE SHEARER — I.M. 2-4; Trike Race 4. KENT J. SHEETS — Football 2-4; Baseboll 2; I.M. Basketball, Softball 2-4; National Merit Scholarship 4; Student Council 3,4; Chairman Traffic Safety Committee 4. ROBERT J. SHEETZ JR. NANCI ELAINE SHELBY — Class Council 2; Choir 2,3; Student Council Alternate 3; C.O.E. 4. MARY ANN SHIVELY — Transfer Student from Kokomo; Cadet Teaching 4. MICHAEL KEVIN SHUBA — I.M. Bowling 2-4; I.M. Football, Basketball 4. STEVE SICKLEE SALLY D ' ANNE SIGGINS — National Honor Society 3,4; Bell Choir 2; Descants 3,4; Junior Spec Chairman 3; Student Coun- cil 2,4; Class Council 3. CHRIS L. SILCOX MARJORIE J. SILVER — Health Center Assistant 2,3. DIANE MARY SIMON — Yearbook Staff 2. ANTHONY G. SIMPSON — I.M. 2,3; Wrestling 3; Band 2-4. GEORGIA ANNE SINCLAIR — Class Council 2,3; Junior Spec 3; Fall Musical 3,4; Counterpoints 3,4; Lockets 2-4; Executive Board Historian 4; Folk Music Club 3,4. ; U JAMES E. SKINNER — I.M. Football 2,3. DAVID E. SKLARE — National Honor Society 3,4; Stage Crew 2-4; Orchestra 2-4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. JAMES E. SKWERES — I.M. Bowling 2. BARBARA JOY SLOCUM — National Honor Society 3,4; Na- tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4; I.U. Honors Program Semi-Finalist 3; Junior Spec 3; Mandolin Choir 3. DAVID E. SLOSSON — I.M. Basketball, Bowling 3,4. LISA V. SMART — A Capella 2; Madrigals 3; Accents 4. CAROL LYNN SMITH — Allegroes 3; Debtones 4; Trike Race 4. CHERYL LYNN SMITH — German Club 2-4; Baton Corp 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4. 186 SENIOR JEAN VOLRATH turns the pages a little too quick- ly for her partner during a daily practice for the North Central Symphonic Wind Ensemble. DANIEL M. SMITH — I.M. Footboll, Basketball, Softball 2-4; Speech Team 3; Key Club 4. DEBORAH J. SMITH — Girl ' s Concert Choir 2; Descants 3,4; Folk Music Club 4; Trike Race 4; Class Council Alternate 3. MARK C. SMITH — Concert Band 3; Symphonic Band 4; March- ing Band 4. MICHAEL LEE SMITH — Auto Mechanics 4. NANCY G. SMITH — Madrigals 2; Deblones 3,4; Latin Club 2; Office Assistant 3,4; I.M. Gymnastics 2. PAUL M. SMITH — I.M. Basketball 3,4. PAULA LOUISE SMITH — Spanish Club 2-3. RICHARD SMITH STEVE SMITH THOMAS CLARK SMITH JAMES E. SMULYAN JULIANNE SNIDER — Gold Key Art Award; 500 Art Festival Award. SUSAN SOHN CLAUDIA M. SOLGALOW — C.O.E. Program 4. JOHN ALEXANDER SOLTAN — Key Club 4; I.M. 2-4; Student Council Alternate 4; Junior Spec 3; Cross Country 2; Track 2. CLAUDIA JEAN SOMES — National Honor Society 3,4; Na- tional Merit Semi-Finalist; Latin Club 2-4; Catapult Team 3,4; Speleology Club 3. 187 Class of 72 JEAN SOUTHARD — Student Council 2; Trike Race 2; Latin Club 2,3. CINDI ANN SPARRENBERGER — Class Council 2; Student Coun- cil 3; Girls Ensemble 3; A Capella 2. MARGARET J. SPENCE — I.M. Tennis, Volleyball 2; Track Club 2; Junior Spec. 3; Lockets 3. NANCY W. SPENCER — National Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4; Folk Music Club 3,4; Track Club 3,4; Class Council 3; Stu- dent Council Alternate 4; Junior Spec 3. MATT CARL SPICKELMIER — Student Council 3; Gymnastic Team 2,3; I.M. Basketball, Baseball, Football 2-4. SCOTT D. SPRINGER— I.M. Football, Softball 2-4; Homecom- ing Committee 4. ELAINE A. SPYR — Latin Club 3,4; Library Assistant 4. SHARON LEE SRADER — Allegroes 3; Girls Ensemble 4; Trike Team 3,4; Music Assistant 3; Spanish Club 2; Junior Spec 3. PAUL DOUGLAS ST. ANGELO — Student Council 2-4; Gymnas- tics 2-4; Latin Club 2,3; Student Grievance Committee 3,4; Music Men 4; I.M. 2-4. NANCY GALE ST. JOHN — Junior Spec 3; Class Council 3; Madrigals, President 3; Attendance Office Assistant 3; I.M. Volleyball 2-4. DICK L. STAFFORD — Student Council Alternate 4; Vietnam Awareness Day Planning Committee 3. SANTHA SUE STALL — Fall Musical 3,4; Pep Band 2-4; Wind Ensemble 2-4; Marching Band 2-4; Orchestra 4; Catapult Team 3. CYNTHIA STANISCH — Transfer from Sacred Heart 3; Home Ec Style Show 3,4. KEITH CHARLES STARLING — Student Council; Environmental Committee; I.M. Basketball, Football 2-4. JAMES P. STEDMAN — Gymnastics 2. SHERALYN JOY STEGMAN — Style Show 2; German Club 2; Spring Fine Arts Festival 2,3; Honorable Mention Scholastic Art Contest 3. JENNI S. STEINBARGER — Stage Crew 2,3; Fine Arts Festival 2,3; Trike Race 3; Junior Spec 3. CAREY ELAINE STEKETEE — Student Council Alternate 2; Class Council Alternate 3; National Forensics League 3,4; Trike Race 2; Speech State Finalist 3. LUANNE STEPHENSON — Spanish Club 2; Junior Spec 3; Home- coming Float Committee 3; COE Related Business 4. JOSEPH PHIL STERN — Chess Club 3-4; Rifle Team 2-4; ROTC Staff Officer 3,4; I.M. Football, Basketball, Bowling 3,4. STEVEN THOMAS STERNBERG — Debate Team 2-4; Marching Band 3,4; Symphonic Band 3,4; I.M. Softball 3,4. SHARON LEE STEVENS — I.M. Volleyball 2,3; G.A.A. 3,4; Trike Race 4; Bookstore Assistant 2-4; Folk Music Club 3,4. C. DANNY STEVENSON — Folk Music Club 2-4; National Honor Society 3,4. KIMBERLY STEWERT — Class Council Alternate 3; Trike Race 2,3; Fine Arts Festival 2-4; 500 Arts Festival 2-4. DAN STIEMANN DAVID W. STIFF — I.M. Football 2; Publications Photographer 3,4; Trike Race 4. KEVIN L. STOCK — Music Men 3,4, President 4; Stage Crew Club 4; Repertory Company 2-4; Fall Musical 4; Folk Music Club 3; Thespians 3,4. LINDA ANN STOCKHOLM — I.M. Volleyball 2; Junior Spec 3; A Capella 2; Madrigals 4; Trike Race 4. 188 SENIORS ANGIE HEICHELBECK and Kevin Best discuss the day ' s events on the Student Center steps during lunch. MARTHA TARKINGTON STOKELY MARK R. STOKES — Lab Assistant 3; Sound Crew 3; I.M. 3; Ham Radio Club 2. WENDY SUSAN STOKES SUE E. STOLKIN — Class Council 2; Chorale 2; Madrigals 3; Trike Race 2. PATTI STONE — Library Assistant; Student Council 4. RON STONE TIM STONE — Varsity Football 2-4; Reserve Basketball 2; Reserve Baseball 2,3; I.M. Basketball 3; Letterman ' s Club 3. TRISH STOTLER BRIAN REED STRATER — Music Men 3; Counterpoints 4; Fall Musical 2-4; Junior Spec 3. JEFFREY DON STREETER — I.M. Football, Softball, Basketball 2,3; Reserve Cross Country 3. SYLVIA JEAN SULLIVAN — A Capella 2; Madrigals 3; Class Council 3; Junior Spec 3; Trike Race 4; I.M. Volleyball. CYNTHIA ANN SUMMERS — I.M. 2,3; Scholastic Art Award 3; 500 Festival Art Award 3; Trike Race 4. ROBERT TERRY SUMMERS — I.M. Football, Basketball 3,4. DIANA LYNN SUMMITT — A Capella 2; Allegroes 3; C.O.E. 4. PATTY SUTTON NORMA ELLEN SWANSON — National Honor Society 3,4; Gym Assistant 3; Folk Music Club 3; Spring Fine Arts Festival 4; Trike Race 3. 189 Class of 72 FRANK A. SWINGLE JR. — Class Council Alternate 3; Student Council 4; Latin Club 2. PETER EDWIN SWINGLER — I.M. Football, Baseball, Basketball 3,4; M.M.S. 2-4. ELLEN L. SWISHER — National Honor Society 3,4; Counterpoints 3,4; National Forensic League 2,3; Fall Musical 3,4; Student Council 2,3; International Thespians 2-4. ALEXANDER L. TAGGART — Tennis 2-4; Student Council 3,4; I.M. Basketball 2,4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Junior Spec 3; Letterman ' s Club 3,4. MIKE TAMER JAMES MICHAEL TARPLEE — Library Assistant 2; Lab Assistant 3,4. MARTHA TAVEL DEBORAH LYNN TAYLOR — Junior Spec 2,3; Trike Race Folk Music Club 3; Northernaires 2; Girl ' s Ensemble 3,4. 3,4; JUDY MAY TAYLOR BRUCE R. TEFFEAN H. KIM TEKOLSTE — Orchestra 2,3; Stagecrew 3,4. ROBERT A. TERRY — Counterpoints 3,4; Gymnastics 2; Fall Musical 3; I.M. Football, Basketball 2-4; Folk Music Club 3. MARCEL ARTHUR THIBODEAU — Cross Country 2; I.M. Basket- ball, Softball 2,3; Wrestling 3. DANIEL R. THOMAS — I.M. Basketball, Football 3,4; Key Club 2-4; Class Council 2. DIANN DENISE THOMAS — Class Council 2,3; Counterpoints 3,4, Vice President 4; Fall Musical 2-4; Junior Spec 3; Descants 2; Student Council Alternate 4. KATHRINE ANN THOMPSON — Stage Crew Club 2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Folk Music Club 3; G.A.A. 3; German Club 2; Yearbook Staff, Album Section Assistant Editor 4. MARSHA THOMPSON — Lockets 2-4; G.A.A. 3,4; TrIke Race 2; Student Council 2; Spanish Club 2. MILTON O. THOMPSON — Student Council 2-4, Treasurer 4; Counterpoints 2-4; Junior Spec 2,3; Junior Prom King ' s Court 3; Varsity Football 2,3; Varsity Baseball 3,4. NANCY THURMAN — Guidance Office Assistant 3; Stage Crew 4. PATRICIA ANNE TINSLEY — Debtones 3; Girls Track Club 2; Gymnastics Announcer 3. EMILY A. TOMLINSON — A Capella 2; Madrigals 3; Costume Make-up Club 3; Junior Spec 3; Library Assistant 3; Fall Musical Stage Crew 3. DEBRA R. TOMPKINS — Fine Arts Festival 2-4; TrIke Race 3,4; Catapult Team 3,4; Latin Club 3. COLLEEN ELIZABETH TOWLE — Latin Club 2,3; Northernaires 3; Debtones 4; Latin Chariot Race 2,3. JOE MICHAEL TRAVERSO DEBBIE JEAN TRAYLOR — National Honor Society 3,4; Reserve Cheerleader 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Class Council 2,3; Trike Race 2-4; Gym Assistant 3. DEBORAH ANN TRICE — A Capella Choir 3; Madrigals 4; I.M. Volleyball, Basketball 2,3; Library Assistant 2; Homecoming Queen Candidate 3. DENNIS TRINKLE JAMES ROBERT TUERK — Varsity Gymnastics 2-4; German Club 2,3; Lettermon Club 2-4; I.M. Baseball 2. 190 WORKING ON A RESEARCH paper for sociology, £ senior Joe Eastman as many students spend many afternoons at the Indianapolis Public Library. SUSAN TULL NADINE MARIE TURRINI — French Club 2; Spanish Club 3-4; Speleology Club 3; I.M. Volleyball 2; Lockets 2. LINDA TURULA — Marching Band, Wind Ensemble 3-4; Or- chestra 3,4; Pep Band 3,4; I.M. Volleyball 2-4. GARY UPCHURCH JEANNE UZDAWINIS PATRICIA ANN VALENTINE — Orchestra 2-4; Mandolin Choir 3-4; Environmental Science Club 3; Lab Assistant. STEVE DALE VANDEVER CHRISTOPHER A. VAN KERSEN — R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 2; Lab Assistant 3-4; Stage Crew 3. CATHY VAN METER JOHN VENDELY SCOTT VESTAL — Audio Visual 2. VICKI VINCENT — Majorette Corp 4; Northern Aires 2; Madri- gals 3; Accents 4; Trike Race 2-3. STEVEN C. VINNENBERG — Pep Band 2-4; I.M. Basketball 3-4; Marching Band 3-4. LINDA VOGEL — German Club 2-3; Fine Arts Festival 3-4. JEAN ANN VOLLRATH — National Honor Society 3-4; National Forensic League 2-4; Wind Ensemble 2-4; Orchestra 3-4; Ger- man Club 2-3. STEVEN NEIL VON FANGE — Bell Choir 2-4; I.M. Football 3-4; Chess Team 2-4; Trike Race Pit Crew 4. Class of 72 MARK A. VORHIES — Class Council 2,3; Wrestling 2-4; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; I.M. Softball, Football 3,4. JOHN WAELTZ — Nalionol Honor Society 3,4; I.M. 2-4. MARC WAGMAN MARK D. WAGNER — Track 2-4; I.M. Football, Basketball 2-4. RAYMOND ERROLL WAGONER — I.M. Basketball 2-4; Student Council Alternate 2. LEANNE WALKER — Class Council Alternate 3. PATRICIA ANN WALKER — German Club 2-4. PAMELA G. WALKUP JAN S. WALLACE — G.A.A. 3,4; Trike Race 2. JEFFREY W. WALLS — National Honor Society 3,4; Football 2,3; Wrestling 2,4; I.M. Softball 2. KIM C. WALTERS — I.M. Football 2. KAREN WALTERS BRUCE A. WARD — I.M. Footboll, Softball, Swimming 2-4; Spanish Club 4. JILL S. WARFIELD — Folk Music Club 3; Trike Race 3; Debtones 3; Fine Arts Festival 2,3; I.M. Softball 2. R. KENT WARREN — Orchestra 2-4; Music Men 4; Notional Forensics 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Class Council 2,3, Treasurer 2,3; Mandolin Choir 3,4. DAVID L. WATSON — Music Men; Student Council; Human Re- lations Council. GERALD WATKINS JAN WEHMEIER STEVEN CHARLES WEIGLE MARGIE LEE WEIL — National Honor Society 3,4; Lockets 3; AFS 3,4; Spanish Club 2. NANCY ANN WEINBERG — Class Council Alternate 2; Year- book Staff 2,3; Quill and Scroll 4. RENEE WEISKE — Student Council 2; Trike Race 2; Attendance Office Assistant 2; Class Council 3; Junior Spec 3. JOHN M. WEISSERT — I.M. Basketball, Softball, Football 2-4. BOB M. WELLS J. DOUG WELSH — Basketball 2; Track 3,4; I.M. Basketball 3,4; Student Council Alternate 4; Environmental Club 4. TIMOTHY E. WELTY — Band 2,3; Marching Band 4. MARY ANN WESSELMAN — Folk Music Club 4; Debtones 4. RICHARD PHILIP WESTERMAN — Chess Club 2,3. TOM SAMMS, SENIOR, works on his drafting project, while in background Jim Wakelam surveys his own work. MARK T. WHITCOMB BARBARA LESLIE WHITE JIM ALLEN WHITE LEE A. WHITE — Folk Music Club 2; Orchestra 2,3; Trike Race 2; G.A.A. 3,4; Junior Spec Act Chairman 3; Attendance Office Assistant 3. MICHAEL A. WHITE — Orchest ra 2-4; Stage Band 2-4; Pit Orchestra 3,4; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Pep Band 2,3; All State Orchestra 2. SUSAN ELAIN WHITE — Junior Spec 3. BEVERLY WHITESIDE ROBERT JAMES WHITMAN — Wrestling 2-4; German Club 2-4; Gym Assistant 3; Trike Race 3. THOMAS KEVIN WILEY — Class Council Alternate 2; I.M. Bas- ketball 2,3; Student Council Alternate 4. THOMAS ANDREW WILLEY JANIE WILLIAMS — Stage Crew 3,4; International Thespian Society 3,4, Treasurer 4; Allegroes 4; Repertory Company 3,4. SUSAN E. WILLIS — Trike Race 2,3; Junior Spec 3; I.M. 3; Of- fice Assistant 4. GREGORY R. WILLMAN ANDREW G. WILSON — I.M. Basketball 3,4. DEBORAH ANNE WILLSON — Stage Crew 2,3; Lockets 2-4; French Club 3; G.A.A. 4; Trike Race 3,4; Debtones 4. C. DENISE WILSON — Folk Music Club 4; Allegroes 3; Debtones 4; Trike Race 2-4; I.M. Gymnastics 2,3; Reading Lab Assis- tant 3. 193 Class of 72 GREG ALAN WILSON — Speleology Club 3; I.M. Football 4; DECA 4; Trike Race 4 GREG L. WILSON 5UZY WILSON HOLLY A. WINGENROTH KRISTIN WINGENROTH — Wind Ensemble 2-4; Pep Band 2-4; I.M. 2; Latin Club 2-4. REEINALD WINTERS — I.M. Basketball 2-4; I.M. Football 4. TED WOHLGEMUTH — National Honor Society 3; Junior Spec 3; Student Council 2-4; Gymnastics 2-4. DOUG R. WOLF — National Honor Society 3; Class Council 2; Gym Assistant 4; Cross Country 2-4; Class Council Alternate 3. KATHY WOODWARD ELIZABETH ANN WOOLFORD — Folk Music Club 3,4; Trike Race 2-4; Costume and Make-up Club 2; Girl ' s Rifle Team 3,4; German Club 2. DAVID JAMES WRAY — Fall Musical 3,4; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; AFS Americans Abroad 3; Spring Play 3; Music Men 3,4. LINDA SUE WRAY — Girls Track Club 2-4; Relay Princess 3; Student Council Representative 4; Homecoming Chairmon 4; Gymnastics Assistant 2-4. CAROLYN L. WRIGHT — Nationol Honor Society 3,4; I.U. Hon- ors Program 4; AFS Club 3-4; Girls Track Club 2-4; Northern- aires 2; Madrigals 3. GREGORY ALLEN WRIGHT — I.M. Basketball 2-4; Latin 2-3; Catapult Team 3-4. JOSET BENITA WRIGHT — Human Relations Council 4; Class Council; Latin Club 3-4, Secretary 2; French Club 4; Student Council 2. ANN YOSHA SHERYL ELAINE YOSHA JOSEPH YOUNT — I.M. Basketball 2,3. RICHARD LEWIS ZECKEL — National Forensics League 2-4; Softball 3. CORNELIA ANN ZEMAN I.M. DEBBIE K. ZENOR — Transfer from Chatard High School. DAVID EDWARD ZIEGNER — National Honor Society 3,4; Ouill and Scroll 3,4; NORTHERN LIGHTS Editor-in-Chief 4; Junior Spec 3; Student Council Alternote 4; I.M. 2-4. KARL ZIMMER MYLES LEON ZIMMERMAN — National Honor Society 3,4; Fall Musical 2; Marching Band 2,3; I.M. 2-4; Swimming Team 2-4. JOAN M. ZISKA — Folk Music Club 2-4; Trike Race 2,3; I.M. Volleyball, Gymnastics 2,3; Girls Ensemble 3,4; Student Coun- cil Representative 4; G.A.A. 4. AUDREY MARIE ZREBIEC — National Honor Society 4. ANN ZUR SCHMIEDE RICHARD JAMES ZURATT — I.M. Basketball, Softball, Football 2-4; German Club 2,3. 194 Seniors not pictured Keith Allen Naida Hamilton Joe Oldenbroek Mitchell Andrews Stephen Harden Frederick Oliver Mark Bardwell Becky Hartig Henry Ostrom Scott Beaty Tate Harvey Edvt ard Overman Debra Blanchard David Heed Bonnie Peck Mark Bullhart Rolfe Hesse Marianne Penington Steven Broaddus Kathy Hobson Donald Phipps Michael Bruce Keith Hopkins Dennis Piggott William Buddenbaum Rene Hufnagel Mark Platis Philip Callahan Richard Hughey Gregory Powell Mary Campbell Dennis Jackson Steven Rappaport Dan Clark Steven Jarrett William Ray Paul Conrad Cynthia Jenkins Kevin Rees James Cowden Gregory Jones Harold Rhodes Joanne Cummins Jamie Kaufman Clayton Rich John Cuningham Bradley Keevil Cynthia Rothbard Tim Dahon Thomas Kibler Sheila Ryan Danny Davis Suzanne Lambert Timothy Schmoyer Hugh Davey Mark Lane Anthony Shaffstall Susan Dearing Denise Lazar Kathy Shaw Michelle Dickerson Jeffery Lenn Stephen Shields Michael DeSanto Jay Levinson Annette Sidnew S. T. Drummond Marc Lickliter James Smith Stephen Dye Keith Light William J. Smith Joseph Eastman Patricia McFarling Gayle Snyder Thomas Faatz Terrance McGoff Gregory Stanley Kenneth Farmer Don Main Garvey Sturgill Robert Farinacci Kevin Mason Charles Symmes Wade Ferguson Gregory Matters James Terry Barry Foy John McGuire Ottis Terry William Garther Debbie Montgomery Candace Turney Phillip Garcina Michele Moore Julie Vos Charles Gemmer Mark Moran Mark Walters Henry Getz Anthony Morris Barbara Weber Mark Gies Gregory Nelson Charles Whitaker Stephen Green Mark Nigh Paul Wick Don Grumme Johnny Nims Michael Williams Joan Katheryn Hahn Myrna Nisenbaum Charles Wilson Jon Hale Karia Obie Susan Whitmore Lanse Hale Ronald O ' Connor Pam Worley 195 Class of 73 Row 1 : Brad Aaron, David Abbitt, Joe Abbott, Barb Ackerman, Bob Addleman, George Adjietf, Michelle Afflis, Cheryl Alderink, Joseph Alerding. Row 2: Art Alexander, Steve Alig, Pam Alsop, Dick Alter, Bonnie Anderko, James Anderson, Michael Andrews, Barry Apter, Sandy Archer. Row 3: Karen Arensman, Bev Armold, John Arnold, Robert Ashmore, Dan Astbury, Donna Astry, Ron Ayer, Debbie Baker, James Baker. Row 4: Mike Baker, Paula Baker, Rob Baker, Robert Baker, Walter Baker, Mike Balay, Diane Baldus, Linda Baldwin, Steve Baldwin. Row 5: Kafhy Ball, Kathy Ballard, David Bollew, Carl Bandy, Paula Barclay, Mike Bardwell, Julie Bareither, Linda Bareither, William Barlowe. Row 6: Brian Barnhorst, Christine Barr, Richard Borr, Eleanor Barrett, Beth Bortlett, Lea Ann Bart- ley, Paula Basch, Gary Batesole, Bill Bauer. Row 7: Debbie Baughman, Janice Baun, Melinda Baxter, Richard Baxter, Kris Beacher, Floyd Beaver, Robert Beck, Shirley Bedwell, Bonnie Behn. Row 8: Nancy Beitman, Debby Bell, Washington Bellamy, Kim Bellard, Scott Bellard, Jeffery Belt, Sundra Benjamin, Ariona Bennett, Sandl Bennett. Row 9: Esther Benrubi, Paula Benz, David Berg, Bruce Berger, Diane Berger, Cheryl Beringer, Jill Berkowitz, Scott Berling, Elyse Berstein. Row 10: Dale Bernstein, Mike Berry, Jody Bethel, Cheryl Bevins, Valerie Bevins, Sally Beyer, Pam Bibler, Richard Bishop, Renee Bixler. Row 1 1 : Jeff Black, Marianne Black, Winston Block, Sylvia Blake, Jeryl Blankenship, Jonathan Blekking, Rita Blickman, Jim Blood, John Bloom- er. Row 12: Wendy Bockstahler, Brian Boje, Mike Bolln, Joni Jo Boman, Marcia Bond, Keith Bon- ham, Becky Bonham, Amy Boos, Kim Boring. " " iff " B 1 196 JUNtOR MARK KAPPES enlivens school spirit at the North Central basketball games. 1 t i . 1 ft J. ft ' i m ! y ii Jl Row 1 : Donna Botkin, Jill Boulden, Rhonda Boutwell, Debbie Bowen, Susan Bowers, Linda Bowsher, Judy Boyer, Steven Braden, Paul Brad- ford. Row 2: Lisa Bradley, Claudia Branche, Bill Brandt, Lee Breisacher, Jim Bremner, Mark Brey, Bruce Briles, Nancy Brink, Polly Brinkman. Row 3: Judy Brock, Cindy Brown, Gregg Brown, Sherri Brown, Bill Browne, Brenda Brunes, Nancy Bryan, Michael Bryant, Cindy Buchanan. Row 4: David Buckley, Michael Buckley, Wayne Bond, Kathy Budreau, Lance Bundles, Beth Burch, James Burge, Steve Burgess, Jeff Burns. Row 5: Mary Burns, Christopher Burrus, Marlene Bursky, David Butler, Sudellia Byrd, Jerry Cal- deron, Sam Calderon, James Cameron, Jean Cameron. Row 6: Evan Camp, Kay Campbell, Debbie Cana- day, Carol Cantor, Judy Capron, Wendy Care- skey, Leslie Carey, Maggie Carlino, Jan Carlson. Row 7: Tom ■ Carlson, Michael Carmin, Allard Carney, Sandy Carpenter, Steve Carraway, Anne Carroll, Marcia Carter, Sue Castner, Carmen Cazares. 197 Class of 73 Row 1 : Shanna Chapman, Sue Chappell, Tim Chavei, Joann Cheesebourough, John Cheno- welh, Chris Christea, John Christy, Amy Jo Clark, Debbie Clark, Row 2: John Clark, Janet Claycombe, Judy Cloy- combe. Carlo Clouse, Mary Coffeen, Alan Cohen, Alan Cohen, Janis Cohen, Cindy Collins. Row 3: Linda Collins, Tom Collins, Steven Colo- ney, Chris Connor, Becky Conrad, Roxanne Cook, Kristi Cooper, Debbie Corbin, Debby Corbin. Row 4: Jeff Copenhaver, Mark Cornelius, Jeff Cory, Suzanne Cory, Marc Corwin, Robert Costin, Steve Cotton, Doug Cowan, Constance Cox. Row 5: Dan Crobb, Mark Craig, Richard Crevis- ton. Buz Cronin, Sharon Cronk, Sandy Cruzan, Rosie Curtis, Mark Cutsinger, Steve Dallon. Row 6; Cynthia Dorring, Page Dovidson, Jeff Davis, John Davis, Fred Day, Krisfee Day, Bill Day, Gaylen Decker, Dawn Deeb. Row 7: Sherry Deer, Todd DeGroff, Jackie Dehn, Steve Delgado, Jeff Demasie, Charles Dempsey, Mark De Roo, Greg Detmer, Mark Deuser. Row 8: David DeValeria, Barb Devitt, Ami Dia- mond, Jenni Dietz, John Dinwiddle, Nancy Dison, Tom Dittrich, Marcia Dixon, Tim Dodd. Row 9: Edward Doherty, Chris Dolan, Kevin Dolan, Kathleen Doty, Anita Downard, Paula Drake, Scott Druker, Marsha Dudley, Jeanne Dugdale. Row 10: Gary Dunn, Terry Dunn, Lee Dustman, Craig Duwe, Rick Dyar, Barbara Dyer, Brian Eadie, Mark Easley, John Edwards. Row 1 1 : Vickie Eidson, Craig Elliott, Denise Elliott, Sharon Ellis, Jody Emmelman, James Em- minger, Gary England, Warren English, David Ensminger. Row 12: Mark Epstein, Bob Erath, Don Erier, Jay Evans, Julie Evans, Betsy Everett, Jan Everett, Rich Everingham, Colletta Ezell. ' - WAS Ii9 •s 3 Q f .it « MB A ' . ' " Si i i ' » ' ' • ' Tim 4 iJfi 198 JUNOR PAUL KAHN pauses for a drink at a water fountain before going to his next class. » Kill ' 1 ' ' i r. f •1 ' » ' A f i A 1 Jii - -I . 4 J Row 1 : Paula Elmore, Howard Farris, Ken Featherston, David Fenstermaker, Paul Ferreira, Scott Fiedler, Jill Fiedoral, Jim Field, Fred Fiel- man. Row 2: Tom Finneran, Karen Fischer, Beth Fisher, Lee Ann Fisher, Kathy Fitzgerald, Sheila Fitz- gerald, Leslie Fitzsimmons, Nancy Flamme, Suzy Fleenor. Row 3: Lesa Fletcher, Dave Flory, Donna Floyd, Kevin Foley, Susan Folger, Brenda Foote, Kevin Ford, David Fork, Don Forsyth. Row 4: Patricia Fortier, Pam Fose, Edward Foster, Rhea Foster, Susan Franklin, Bill Frankovitz, Nan- cy Frayer, Fred Freihofer, Jeanne Frey. Row 5: Richard Freyer, Cynthia Freyn, Kevin Fridie, Bonnie Friedmann, Mark Fritsch, Marcia Fritz, Joe Frock, Linda Fry, Gina Fuller. Row 6: Nancy Gangstad, Mary Lee Garbrecht, Greg Garcia, Diana Gardner, Kevin Gardner, Sharon Garnett, Floyd Garrett, Bob Gastineau, Gary Gates. Row 7: Elaine Gatsos, Douglas Gauchat, Philip Gauchat, Ivan Gehring, Peggy Gellersen, Sandy Gelman, Margot Gelpke, Craig George, Patti Geringer. 199 Class of 73 Row 1 : Lynn Germadnik, Jeff Gerson, Aleta Gibbs, Christopher Gibson, Sam Gibson, Tom Gibson, Judith Gilgrist, William Glascock, Celeste Giassmeyer. Row 2: Theresa Giassmeyer, Kevin Godfrey, Maureen Goergen, Michelle Goergen, William Frye, Joy Goodman, Steve Goldman, Brenda Gorling, John Goodman. Row 3: Shelly Goren, David Gorman, Donna Goss, Mark Grable, Mark Grabert, Walt Gradolf, Marianne Grady, Phyllis Grant, Julie Grauel. Row 4: Diane Graven, Joe Graves, Doug Gray, Audrey Green, Charna Green, David Green, Tom Green, Chris Greene, Kent Greene. Row 5: Mike Greene, Rita Greene, Tim Green- wood, George Gregor, Matt Gregory, Lorry Greskamp, Hal Gueutal, Leslie Gulleft, Barbara Guthrie. Row 6: Joe Guy, Frank Habig, Suzy Hackney, Paula Hackney, Mark Hagerty, Donna Haig, Jerry Hall, Steve Hall, Linda Hallums. Row 7: Jim Halt, Dave Halvorson, Nancy Ham, Bruce Hamaker, Craig Hamilton, James Hana- way, Jeffery Hancock, Glenn Harding, Larry Hardy. Row 8: Cindy Hargadon, Diana Harker, James Harkey, Vicki Harmon, Erola Harrington, Celeste Harris, Gene Harris, Steve Hartmon, Kim Harvey. Row 9: Kathy Hauser, Robert Hayes, Susan Hayes, Doug Heady, Michael Heath, Debbie Heck, Sandra Hehn, Frank Heim, Barb Hellming. Row 10: Cary Henderson, Ellen Henkel, Susan Henshaw, Holly Herman, Marc Herman, Kathy Herron, Keith Hess, Bob Hefherington, Linda Hewett. Row 1 1 : Steve Hiatt, Walt Hiatt, Robert Hatch, Risa Hickey, Bob Higgins, Michelle Hilfiker, Stephanie Hilgemeier, Bev Hill, Maureen Hill. Row 12: William Hill, Mary Jo Hinsdale, Jeff Hintz, Sheldon Hirst, Susan Hitchcock, Susi Hobbs, Leora Hogan, Herbie Holder, Jim Hold- grafer. 1 200 JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES, Abbie Mefzger and Jeanne Frey, attend weekly meetings in HI 92 to discuss student activities and policies. f - km Row 1 : John Holt, Juanita Hoover, Wiley Hoover, Christe Hopl ins, Dan Horner, Valerie Horner, Robin Houtzer, Brian Hovey, Larry Howald. Row 2: Kathy Howard, Warren Hoyt, Mike Huber, Kevin Hughey, Richard Huntzinger, Dan Huse, Doug Hutchinson, Mindy Hutchinson, Diane Irwin. Row 3: Beth Irwin, Brenda Jackson, Charles Jackson, Dayna Jackson, Jennifer Jackson, Alexa Jacobsen, Dan Jacobsen, John Jameson, Karen Jankowski. Row 4: Susie Jardine, Daniel Jasper, Roni Jehs, Karia Jenkins, Jeff Jewett, Fola Johns, Andy Johnson, Carol Johnson, Cyrano Johnson. Row 5: Dave Johnson, Janis Johnson, Jean John- son, Kenneth Johnson, Kevin Johnson, Robert Johnson, Caria Jones, Emery Jones, Geoffrey Jones. Row 6: Larkin Jones, Mary Lee Jontz, Bev Jor- dan, Robert Jordan, Robert Jordan, Jack Joseph, Martha Jozefowski, Larry Kahn, Paul Kahn. Row 7: Mark Kappes, Wendy Lou Kasle, Evelyn Kassebaum, Barb Katz, Wendy Katz, Paul Kearns, Karen Kebler, Karl Keefer, Nancy Keith. 201 Class of 73 Row 1: Kim Keller, Janetia Kelly, Pamela Kelly, Larry Koewn, Scott Kern, Steve Kesler, Joan Kettcrman, Mark Kibbe, Ronnie Kikendall. Row 2: Teresa Killion, Cathy King, Debbie King, Jeonetle King, Linda King, Sandy King, Debbie Kirkhom, Trish Kirkpatrick, Laurie Kiser. Row 3: Susan Kiser, Lisa Klein, Richard Kline, Phil Kloer, Leonard Koby, Scott Kocher, Kelly Koehler, Marcy Koehler, Jim Koerten. Row 4: Steve Korn, Gayle Kramer, Sue Kronick, Tom Krueger, Karen Kruse, Stan Kuklak, Brian Kwitny, Arthur Lacey, Mark Laflin. Row 5: Jim LaFollette, Linda Lakin, David Lamar, Nolo Lambert, Christina Lammers, Phil Lande, Tim London, Thomas Landwerlen, Arbie Lank- ford. Row 6: Edward Langham, Bob Lanhom, Janice Lantz, Paul Lapham, Steve Laux, John Lawall, Karl Lawall, Dan Laycock, Michael Lea. Row 7: Greg Leaf, Thomas Lee, Howard Lefko- wi tz, Gregory Leggett, Ted Leibman, Michael Leimbach, Lynette Lempke, Debbie Leschot, Judi LeVan. Row 8: Phyllis Leventhal, Sheri Leventhal, Jay Levy, Joel Levy, James Lewis, Michelle Lewis, Sherry Lewis, Jake Lamont, Bob Liebrich. Row 9: Diane Lienerth, Andy Light, John Light, Carol Liming, Cheryl Lindsey, Susan Joanne Linn, Joe Litz, Greg Lloyd, Gwen Loeffler. Row 10: Michael Looney, Andy Louden, Kevin Lowe, Becky Lucas, Jeanne Luebke, Stuart Luns- ford. Marc Luros, Diane Lutz, Jim Luzader. Row 1 1 : Patty Lykins, Carol Lyons, Cindy Lyons, Jane Mackey, Jamie Madawick, Hannah Mad- den, Jean Maddox, Teresa Maddox, Dana Madry. Row 12: Caria Maethner, Kavern Magee, John Maggard, Jack Mahoney, Jim Maierson, Jim Maijala, Amy Males, Rex Manifold, Kristi Mann. 202 4 JUNIOR STEVE RAPPAPORT concentrates on his chemistry eJurIng a lab. exercise. Row 1 : Terri Mann, Tricia Manning, Danny Marr, Kevin Mart, Debbie Martin, Vernetta Martin, Vickie Martin, William Martin, Lauren Martin- dale. Row 2: Kate Marvel, Beth Mashaw, Chucl Ma- son, Jeff Mason, Michael Mason, Miki Mathiou- dakis, Susan Matney, Gary Maurer, Wendi Mau- rer. Row 3: Laura Maxwell, Neda Mayhew, Dawn McAuley, Ann McConnell, Jean McConnell, Adrian McCord, Kevin McCormack, Kevin Mc- Cullough, Bruce McDonald. Row 4: Fran McDonald, William McDonald, Margaret McGarvey, Allan McGlasson, David McGohon, Barbara McGrath, Mary K. McGrath, Patrick McGuire, Victoria McGuire. Row 5: Mary Mclnnes, Kevin McKasson, Nora McKinney, Melinda McNeff, Robert McPhail, Sydney McQuade, Mary McQuiston, Daniel Mc- Ree, Tim McSoley. Row 6: Joseph McWilliams, Patty Meador, Eric Mease, Terry Meinders, Marc Melrose, Karen Melzer, Tamara Meriweather, Cynthia Merrell, Kevin Merritt. k . 0 " y I Row 7: Debi Mesalam, Abigail Metzger, Keith Mettler, Carolyn Meyer, John Middlefon, Jim Miles, Jeff Miles, Terry Miles, Charles Miller. Class of 73 Row 1 : Gene Miller, Fred Miller, Marcia Miller, Michoel Miller, Reid Miller, Scott Miller, TerrI Miller, Phil Minolt, Marty Minx. Row 2: Karen Mishelow, Debi Mitchell, James Mitchell, Jeff Mitchell, Barry Moore, Jackie Moore, Jack Moore, Marilyn Moores, Jim Mori- cal. Row 3: David Morgan, Gory Moss, Steve Mum- merf, Rick Munds, Chuck Murphy, Leigh Mur- phy, Sara Murphy, Tim Murphy, Shelly Murray. Row 4: Brenda Myeffe, John Neff, Carol Nelson, Diane Nelson, Alan Nemes, Jay Newby, Lisa Newlund, Nancy Newman, Brad Newton. Row 5: John Newton, Veronica Newton, Sharon Nibbs, Greg Nichols, Michael Niehaus, Greg Nolte, Eric Nordschow, Mary Norton, Jane! Nye. Row 6: Carl Off, Sara Ofengender, Sherril Old- ham, Sally O ' Leary, Ken Oliver, Karen Olson, Kim Opperman, Bill Orbaugh, Bill Orme. Row 7: Marilyn Osborne, Gregg Ossip, Jennifer Owens, Bob Packard, Chris Palmer, Eve Palmer, Kent Parker, Bill Parkhurst, Randell Parr. Row 8: Patty Patch, Bill Patterson, Ruthie Pat- terson, Tony Patterson, Betty Patton, Kevin Pat- ton, Mark Patton, John Payne, Leslie Payne. Row 9: Christy Pearson, Douglas Peet, Cynthia Pendleton, Nancy Penno, David Perk, Ben Per- kins, Doug Perry, Diane Petersen, Celeste Peter- son. Row 10: Paul Peterson, Carl Pfrang, Joe Phelps, Jim Phillippe, Jack Phillips, Jay Phillips, Robert Pierce, Barb Piggotf, Carmen Pinner. Row 1 1 : Doug Pioch, Lynn Piskura, Sharon Pitler, Jack Pittman, Jack Piatt, Cindy Polsinelli, Ken Potter, Milllcent Potter, Krisandra Powell. Row 12: Mark Powell, Roberta Powell, Pam Powers, Rita Powers, Thomas Prah, Stephanie Pratt, Steve Pratt, Ranae Pumphrey, Cynthia Purcell. 204 PRACTICAL ARTS are an important part of the student ' s education. This student demonstrates the mechanics of the automobile. Row 1 : Vickie Raab, Mark Ramer, Steve Rappa- port, Alice Redman, Rodney Redman, Lazefta Reed, Christy Reinking, Randy Rejer, Linda Ren- Row 2: Diane Reuss, Mark Rexrofh, Paul Rey- nolds, Ruth Reynolds, Jennifer Rhamy, Susan Rhodes, Dan Rice, Ted Rice, Chris Rich. Row 3: Brad Richards, Jean Richardson, Rick Ridder, Tom Ries, Thomas Riggins, Judy Ripma, Mary Rippey, Nancy Risk, Teresa Rittenhouse. Row 4: Ellen Roberts, Gayle Roberts, Steve Roberts, Kathy Robertson, Donna Robey, Joe Robinson, Linda Robinson, Ann Roche, Thomas Roddy. Row 5: Barbara Rogers, Judy Rogers, Larry Rog- ers, Melinda Roll, Spencer Romine, Ron Ronk, Gary Roos, Susie Root, Rick Ropkey. Row 6: Michael Roscoe, Nancy Ross, Lisa Rost, Bill Roth, Jim Roth, Michael Rudicil, Donna Rush- ton, Vonda Russell, Wanda Russell. Row 7: Nancie Sacks, Nathan Sachs, Mike Sage, Jackie Samuelson, Patricia Sanders, Bond San- doe, Carol Sarkesian, Martin Sarvich, Trudi Saunders. Class of 73 Row 1 : Mike Scanlon, Susan Scanlon, Paul Schacht, Sue Schaofcr, Patty Scheurer, Barbara Schlegel, Jan Schofield, Daniel Schroeder, Paul Schubert. Row 2: Debbi Schuetter, Carl Schulenberg, Pam Schweihs, Todd Schwenn, Phil Schwindler, Ellen Scott, Potricia Scott, William Scott, Peggy Scully. Row 3: Lesley Seal, Dave Sebold, Stephanie Sebree, Steve Segal, Bob Segar, John Sell, Everly Senour, Paul Servaas, Wes Settle. Row 4: Gail Sexauer, Scott Shapiro, Jim Sharp, Ken Sharpen, Barbara Shaver, David Shaw, Deni Shaw, Donell Shelburne, Mike Shelby. Row 5: Debbie Sherron, Terri Shinault, Jim Shoe- maker, Pattie Shuck, Julie Sickle, Ellen Silver, Ann Simmons, Dave Simmons, Martha Simmons. Row 6: Linda Simon, Pamela Sims, Charles Sinex, Barbara Smith, Corson Smith, Cindy Smith, Doug Smith, Janelle Smith, Juliana Smith. Row 7: Karl Smith, Polly Smith, Mary Smith, Stephanie Smith, Leslie Smock, Christie Snapp, Dave Snouffer, Dave Snyder, Steve Sohn. Row 8: Randy Soots, Andrea Sordean, Patti Sotus, Susie Spaulding, Debbie Spencer, Mark Spiegel, Sara Sputh, Bill Stackhouse, Renee Stag- gers. Row 9: Sarah Stamp, Dawn Stankovich, Debbie Stanton, Louis Star, Jane Stark, George Station, Sandra Stehouwer, Jeff Steele, Kent Steele. Row 10: Aron Steiman, Marc Stein, Steve Stein- hart, Audrey Steinmetz, Kathy Stevens, Rebecca Stieneker, Nancy Stiff, Sue Stillerman, Suzie Stone. Row 1 1 : Anne Strickland, Lisa Sfrole, Michelle Strong, Dave Stump, Mary Stump, Steve Sturman, Pamela Suckow, Arthur Suggs, Mary Sullivan. Row 12: Nancy Sullivan, Wendy Sullivan, Janet Surface, Dennis Sutton, Jane Sweeney, Beth Swenson, Les Swenson, Greg Tague, Debra Tay- lor. if ft r mm 1 206 JUNIOR DAVE PERK reads a poster concerning up coming events at school. Row 1 : Doris Taylor, Jane Taylor, Jeff Taylor, Joe Taylor, Deborah Teague, Ted Tedeschi, Karia Terry, Susie Terry, Dick Tetrick. Row 2: Jeff Tewksbury, John Thomas, Carol Thompkins, Diana Thompson, John Thompson, Linda Thompson, Mark Thompson, Terri Thomp- son, Tim Timmel. Row 3: Sadie Tipler, Doug Tirmenslein, Bruce Tishler, Caria Toffolo, Pat Towie, Krisfi Tracy, David Traylor, Ken Traylor, Mary Lou Troupa. Row 4: Keith Truesdell, Lori Tsang, We s Ume- mura, Glenn Uminger, Lisa Underwood, Jessica VanBezooyen, Myra VanDorn, Chuck VanMeter, Trudy Vaughn. Row 5: Eric VonGrimmenstein, Scott Waddell, Betti Wagoner, Jim Wakelam, Scott Waldron, Kafhy Walker, Kim Walker, Marcia Walker, Nan- cy Walker. Row 6: Scott Walker, Lu Wallace, Becky Walsh, Tim Walton, Susie Waltz, Jeannie Wands, Me- lissa Ward, Tom Ward, Laura Warner. Row 7: Gary Warren, Lee Waters, Rick Waters, Linda Watkins, Howard Waugh, Mel Weber, Diana Webster, Fred Weest, Peggy Weinberg. Row 8: Robert Weinhardt, Dave Weinstein, Steve Weinstein, Ann Welty, Debby Werner, Linda Wesley, Hal West, Darryl White, Leslie Whitman. 207 Class of 73 Row 1 : Steve Whitmore, David Wickenkamp, Debbie Wickstrand, Brian Widduck, Barry WIdes, Debbie Wiggins, Rila Wild, Bretz Wilder, Hunt Wiley. Row 2: Warren Wilkerson, Betty Williams, Daniel Williams, Donna Williams, Donna Williams, Ed Williams, Lance Williams, Nancy Williams, Sarah Williams. Row 3: Sharon Williams, David Williamson, Nan- cy Willis, Tom Willison, Paula Willman, Rita Willman, Tainaiy Willock, Karen Willson, Brenda Wilson. Row 4: Cynthia Wilson, Dave Wilson, Down Wil- son, Ed Wilson, Michael Wilson, Robert Wilson, Joe Wilsted, Lauren Winn, Bill Winters. Row 5: Kathy Wise, Pam Wolfe, Lori Wolner, Tim Wood, Lucy Woodruff, Mark Woodward, Dawn Woolgar, Greg Worth, Jenny Wrege. Row 6: Lori Wright, Scott Wulbert, Toni Wylie, Roy Yates, Larry Yeary, Doug Young, Cheryl Yount, Jeff Zeman, Marlene Zendell. Row 7: Gwynn Zubar, Roxanne Zumbaugh, John Arnold, Debra Barlowe, Jan Benham, Marian Benslay, Sue Boswell, Kevin Canull, Donna David. Row 8: Teresa Dunn, Jed Ehret, Joy Foirley, TerrI Farmer, Caroline Freiberger, Glenn Gard- ner, Sharon Garnetf, Sandy Gelman, Audrey Green. Row 9: Carol Gubbins, Martha Hack!, Victor Hall, Karia Harvey, Keith Hess, Maureen Hill, Herbie Holder, Dan Hollan, Juanita Hoover. Row 10: Wiley Hoover, Kevin Hoyt, Ronald Jack- son, Dan Jacobsen, Claudia James, Michele Jongleux, Jeanette King, Sharon Kleffman, Mi- chelle Lewis. Row 1 1 : Wana Lowe, Vernetta Martin, Phil Minott, Gina Nessler, Sharon Osferman, Carmen Pinner, Alice Pool, RIcharda Rife, Patty Sander- son. Row 12: Robert Sarrisin, Everly Senour, Michele Strong, Ron Surface, Debra Taylor, James Thomp- son, Oriand Thompson, Jane Kay Verble, Pam Wilgus. ft ' ft 210 Junior Spec creates a spirit of unity For the sixteenth year, the junior class united in the spring to present the annual Junior Spectacular. Students interested in writing aas for the production began as early as last summer to write and put together an act. After months of practice four acts were selected at cuts in Janu- ary by selected faculty members. With the aid of the Junior Class Council and facul- ty sponsors, Junior Spectacular was pre- sented March 16, 17, 18. Written by Ann Simmons and Annie Bennett, Act 1, " Spaced-Out " , was the story of earthmen who traveled to Mars. After meeting the martian girls, the earthmen were reluctant to return, but promised to come back some day. With tradition as the theme in " Hello Mumsie, Hello Poopsie " , the rebellious young campers after a long, tiresome battle with the counselors, finally come to realize that no matter how much they dislike it tradition must be upheld. This act was written by Suzy Fleenor, Marcia Bond, and Chuck Van Meter. By humorously depicting a cross sec- tion of college students and idealogies, " United We Stand " , written by Susie Franklin and Gaylen Decker, typified the vicious and stereotyped aspects of so- cial groups. In satirizing contemporary campus life, an earnest plea was made for unity among students. The fourth aa, written by Marlene Burskey, Leslie Smock, and Donna David, dealt with the issue of women ' s libera- tion. Tired of being snubbed for jobs, the women journey to a camp where the men convince them they are wrong. The act was appropriately called, " We ' d Rather Fight Than Switch " . TOP: WOMEN ' S LIBERATION ADVOCATES REALIZE their nostolgic yearn- ings to unite again with the boys in a dream sequence from " We ' d Rather Fight Than Switch " . ABOVE: CAMPERS ASSUME THE CLASSIC " hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil " pose as Mrs. Wally Wojawo- ski and Faithful Assistant uphold the value and indispensability of camp tradition. LEFT: RHEA FOSTER AND BOB GASTINEAU are the duo who have a major responsiblity as Junior Spec coordinators. TOP: EXERCISE IN KNOWLEDGE TEAM — Chris Holt, Barbara Slocum, Rex Manifold, and Bill Orbaugh. ABOVE: BEFORE CLASSES and during free periods, students find time to meet in the various student centers. 212 Juniors involved in Spec, Prom The Junior Class Council involved it- self in many activities. The council spon- sored a party for juniors in the Fall. Ten percent of the profit from the party was spent on food for underprivileged fami- lies. Junior Spec was a major event for the council. They formed committees for the planning, sales, tickets, price and publicity to insure the success of the Junior Spec. Another important project that the Junior Class Council undertook was the planning and coordinating of the Junior Prom . This involved many de- cisions and activities such as selecting a theme and a band, selling tickets, and decorating. RIGHT: DURING LUNCH BREAKS, Juniors fake advantage of the building ' s telephone facilities. BELOW: JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL in session. Members include: President, Chip Habig; Vice President, John Thompson; Secretary, Nancy Gangstad; Treasurer, Charles Sinex, Dick Alter, Brian Barnhorst, Paul Bradford, Mary K. Burns, Marlene Bursky, Dan Crabb, Celeste Glassmeyer, Joe Guy, Bob Hetherington, Mindy Hutchinson, Beth Irwin, Charles Jackson, Terri Mann, Nancy Penno, Steve Rappaport, Barb Rogers, Susan Root, Leslie Smock, Sarah Stamp, Mary Lou Troupa. 213 Class of 74 Row 1 : Mike Abbitt, Jeff Abroms, Janis Adams, Pamela Adams, Nancy Ahrens, Brian Ainbinder, Joni Alderson, Susie Aldrich, Brian Alexander. Row 2. Mark Alexander, Suianne Alexander, Linda Alig, John Allison, Stephen Amos, Candi Anderson, Chris Anderson, Debbie Anderson, Tina Anderson. Row 3: Sharon Applegarfh, Edward Arkin, Su- sie Aron, Nancy Ash, Helene Ashkenaz, Jean Ashley, Lisa Auguslin, Becky Axline, Jane Ayre. Row 4: Barbara Bailey, Theresa Bailey, Art Ba- ker, Craig Baker, Don Baldwin, Becky Baldwin, Wendy Baldwin, Monica Banks, Cindy Bannon. Row 5: Steve Bannon, Maft Bardwell, John Barker, Lee Barnard, Janet Barnes, Jeff Barnes, Philip Barnett, Margaret Barrett, Doug Barflett. Row 6: Karen Barflett, Sally Bastian, Barb Bat- rich, Mark Bauer, Tom Bauer, Rick Baumeister, Jon Bayless, Kirk Bayless, Linda Beal. Row 7: Vicki Beaulieu, Anne Beaver, Dane Beck, John Beck, Patricia Beck, John Behrmann, Betsy Bennett, Joe Bennett, Jeffrey Bercovifz. Row 8: Claire Bergbom, Linda Bergman, Ellen Berkowitz, Dave Bernard, Richard Bernard, Lori Bernstecker, Joyce Berry, Tim Berry. Row 9: Valerie Bess, Judy Besseft, Laurie Bion- chini, Debbie Bibler, Nancy Blater, William Bloss, Karen Blu estein, Jeff Bohard, Scott Bole- man. Row 10. Dawn Boline, Patricia Bolk, Nina Bond, William Boone, Catherine Booth, Debbie Bor- man, Jim Borman, Tom Borton, John Bostic. Row 1 1 : Sarah Bolton, Kim Boulden, Cheryl Bowser, Cathy Boyd, Shelley Boyd, Joyce Boyn- fon, Terry Bracken, Bob Bradford, Libby Brad- ford. Row 12: Tim Brammer, Lea Brazil, Debbie Bres- kow, Elaine Brewer, Wendy Brey, Jody Bridges, Steve Bridgford, Betty Brock, Jim Brockey. j W: ' H flRfeuL ' jtfBHfi 1 O 1 » „nF . j fe ' ' BEGINNING A NEW WEEK of school, sopho- mores talk about the Friday night football game with Broad Ripple and the mixer following. Row 1. Jim Broeking, Doriene Bromstrup, Cyn- thia Brown, Donald Brown, Eddie Brown, Kevin Brown, Matt Brown, Sally Brunelle, Tyrone Bryson. Row 2: Cindy Buddenbaum, Tyra Bueno, Bob Bundy, Bill Burchfield, Bill Burgess, David Bur- nett, Jan Burnett, Katie Burnett, Cathy Burns. Row 3: Neil Burns, Joanne Burrell, Andy Bur- sky, Bonita Burton, Cathy Butkus, Marilyn Byrd, Cindy Byroad, Nancy Cadick, Carolyn Calderon. Row 4: Cynthia Calderon, Marcio Calderon, John Calhoun, David Calkins, Dan Campbell, Susan Campbell, Karen Carlson, Lloyd Carmen, Gory Carmichael. Row 5: Tammy Carmen, Denise Caron, John Carpenter, Michael Carr, Janet Carroll, Marsha Casey, Alice Cash, William Castle, Leroy Catlin. Row 6: Billy Catron, Ezekiel Cazares, Jr., Mar- sha Cazee, Bill Chance, Michael Cheatham, Chialing Chen, Daryl Chernoff, Jeannie Clan- ton, Jan Clark. Row 7: Jeff Clark, Kevin Clark, Sue Clark, Jeff Clayton, Mike Cline, Susan Clinton, Mike Clymer, Chuck Coats, Jeff Coates. 215 Class of 74 Row 1 : JoAnn Coggcshall, Roger Cogswell, Christie Coe, Debbie Cohen, Hugh Dyar, Jane Dwyer, Richard Dykema, Joel Cohen, Suzanne Cole. Row 2: Julia Coleman, Chuck Collins, Steve Collins, Patty Coloney, Cheryl Combs, Mike Commisky, Dan Concannon, Jeff Conner, Tom Conner. Row 3: Tom Converse, Tom Conway, John Cook, Steven Coons, Janet Cooper, Ann Copenhaver, Nancy Corbin, Anita Cork, Teresa Corlett. Row 4; MelcJa Corn, Patfi Cowan, Ballard Cox, Cindy Cox, Cathy Cramer, Noelle Crane, Kevin Crawford, Kathy Creech, Dennis Crlle. Row 5: Cynthia Cronin, Connie Cronk, Kevin Cross, Jud Crowe, Kim Crow, Jay Crowder, Kevin Crowley, Bonnie Cruise, Kevin Cunning- ham. Row 6: Jim Curry, Melissa Curry, David Cut- shall, Charles Cutsinger, David Cutsinger, Kurt Dahlstrand, Carol Dallas, Bruce Danner, Susan Danzig. Row 7: Charlotte Darlington, Tony Davey, Carol Davenport, Deanna Davis, Kathy Davis, Laura Davis, Valerie Davis, Connie Daywalt, Carolyn Dean. Row 8: Stanley Dearing, Betsi Decker, Debbie Dellen, Tom Dempsey, Peggy Denny, David Deppe, John Deuser, Dirk Dewes, Lovell Dill. Row 9: Brenda Dingley, Rosemary Dininni, Charles Dinwiddie, Nena DiSanto, Debby Dist- ler, Murray Dock, Jan Dodd, Georgia Dodson, Mary Dodson. Row 10: Hobby Donovan, Susan Douthitt, David Douthitt, Kevin Doyle, Karen Drew, Connie Dris- kell, Christy Drum, Phillip Dubose, Dan Dudley. Row 1 1 : Margie Dugan, Bill Dugdale, Linda Duggan, Carol Dunn, Melinda Dunson, Doris Duren, Janice Durkee, Karen Earl, Lannie Earle. Row 12: Bill Earle, Mike Early, Allegra East, John Eaton, Tonja Eaton, Joe Eberhardt, Mike Eberle, Cindye Eckstein, Michael Edmonds. 5 1 ' ■■pi l|B| " ma SOPHOMORES LEARNED DURING the first few weeks of school to participate in class as well as studying was necessary. Row 1: Judy Edwards, Julie Edwards, Ann Ehalt, Robert Einterr, Jannie Elam, Matt El- kins, Doug Elliott, Betsi Elliott, Megan Elliott. Row 2: Rachelle Emick, Patty Emmelman, Steve England, Bill Ennis, Ellen Epstein, Karen Ervin, Kim Estridge, Kathleen Evans, Marcie Evard. Row 3: Dale Everett, Diane Everett, Jim Ever- ett, Carol Fackler, Robin Faessler, Mary Failey, Kim Fairman, Larry Falender, Keith Faulconer. Row 4: Debbie Feldman, Mike Ferguson, An- dra Fernkas, Vicki Finn, John Fisbeck, Mark Fischesser, Lori Fisher, Tom Fischer, Ray Fishburn. Row 5: Dawn Fishman, Lisa FItzsimmons, Doug Fix, Nina Flamme, Madeline Flannery, Janet Fleck, John Fleck, Dave Fleek, Allison Fleenor. Row 6: Carol Fletcher, Preston Fletcher, Gino Floreancig, Pamela Flory, Marcia Flynn, Tobi Folkerts, Nancy Forrest, John Fowler, Glenn Foy. Row 7: Kafhy Francescon, Beth Franklin, Dan Franklin, Joyce Frantr, Patty Franz, Cathy Frayer, Patti Freeman, Bruce Freije, Andy Freyer. 217 Class ot 74 Row 1 : Mike Frigo, Gary Froelich, Pom Fulk, Wall Fulrolh, Cindy Funkhouser, Debbie Fur- nish, Bcrnadetle Gaines, Cherie Gaither, Beulah Golvin. Row 2: Craig Gorcand, Jamie Gates, Christine Gaurano, Margaret Gavit, David Geiser, Libby Gelpke, Arthur Gemmer, Rick George, Patty Georgopulos. Row 3: Barbara Getz, Gary Gibson, Mellie Gib- son, Nancy Gibson, Shirley Gilgrist, Herbert Gill, Jim Gill, Cheryl Gilleff, Jodie Gillies. Row 4: Barbara Giniger, Robert Glanzman, Marcia Glass, James Glines, Lisa Goldbach, Steve Golden, Mark Goldstein, Pam Goldwasser, Gary Goodman. Row 5: Mark Goodwin, John Gordon, Judy Gor- man, Chori Goudy, Joan Graves, Danny Gray, Kim Gray, Mary Greosel, Becky Green. Row 6: Cathy Greenberg, Mark Greenberg, Ed Greene, Cindy Greenwood, Lynn Gresh, Laura Greskamp, Lucy Greve, TerrI Criewahn, Dawn Griggs. i Row 7: Marilyn Grimes, Don Grimme, Milton Grooms, Gary Gross, Ken Grosskopf, Robin Grossman, Dave Gurley, Julie Habeggar, Mark Haines. Row 8: Laura Hale, Mike Hales, Angle Hall, B. Clay Hall, Carol Hall, Michael Hall, Tom Hall, Connie Hamilton, Marti Hammonds. Row 9: Julie Hanes, Mark Hanley, Bill Hanley, Debbie Hanrahan, Jill Harcourt, Cyndy Har- ding, Keith Harding, William Hargrove, Amy Marker. Row 10: Don Marker, Pat Harmon, Julie Har- rer, Sally Harrington, Greg Harris, Krisli Har- ris, Paula Harris, Becky Harris, Sandy Harris. Row 1 1 : Holly Harrison, Patrick Harrison, Janet Marry, Sylvia Mart, Chris Hartig, Debra Hartley, Greg Hartz, Barbara Harvey, Nancy Havens. Row 12: Guy Hayes, Mary Mayes, Randy Hayes, Mary Jo Haymond, Joni Hazelwood, Beth Heady, Jeff Hearn, Robert Heater, Barb Heil- brunn. 218 Row 1 : Ken Heiliger, Winifred Helfrich, Ben Hellming, Bonnie Hendricks, Brian Henke, Kafhy Henn, Kathy Hennegan, Chip Herman, Janet Herman. Row 2: Linda Herrington, Barb Herron, Kitty Hershey, Doug Hibler, Alice Hickman, Joe Hickey, Ron Hicks, Paige Highfield, Melanie Hilfiker. Row 3: Brian Hilligoss, Steven Hinderliter, Teri Hineman, Rob Hintz, Cathy Hixon, Judy Hobbs, Jonathan Hodes, Earl Hogan, Tim Holihen. Row 4: Steve Holmes, Ann Holsworth, Michael Hooks, Jerry Hoover, Kim Hopkins, Paul Hop- kins, Chelle Horwitz, Mike Hosier, Brooke Hostein. Row 5: Jay Houghton, Rick Howard, David Hudgins, Cristy Hudson, Julie Hudson, Michael Hudson, Greg Huff, Ann Hughes, Doug Hull. Row 6: Steve Hullett, Steve Hunter, Roger Hurl- but, Bruce Hurley, Mike Husk, Paula Hutchin- son, Sylvia Hutchinson, Debbie Hulson, Julie Hyland. Row 7: Robert lies, Debbie Jackson, Kathy Jackson, Patti Jackson, Randy Jackson, Bill Jackson, Rick Jacobson, Sue Jacobson, Gail James. Class of 74 Row 1 : Vanessa James, Bloke Janney, Eric Jansen, Glenda Jenkins, Kim Jenkins, Kilty Jes- ter, Carrie Johnson, Fred Johnson, Kevin John- Row 2: Mark Johnson, Sandra Johnson, Julie Johnston, Sally Johnston, Anne Jones, Debbie Jones, Gilbert Jones, James Jones, Jeanette Jones. Row 3: Tom Jones, Jim Jordan, Steve Jordan, John Justin, Jim Kohren, Joy Anna Kain, Michael Kallio, Amy Kaplan, Kathy Kauffman. Row 4: Kathy Koylor, Cynthia Kearns, Calvin Kelly, Diane Kelly, Max Kelm, Lisa Kelso, Jeff Kennedy, Venus Keough, Michael Kern. Row 5: Jim Kibler, Maria Killlgrew, Scotf Kim- berlin, Karen Kime, Tom Kincannon, Anita King, Larry King, Rick King, Tom King. Row 6: Jay Kinnaman, Loren Kinney, Doug Kirkpatrick, Jill Kirsh, Peter Kisenko, Randy Ki- ser, Steve Kissel, Tina Kissel, Bob Kiszla. Row 7: Dennis Kitferman, Norman Klapper, Kevin Klein, Marc Klein, Debbie Kline, Steve Klotz, Kathy Koehler, Mark Koplow, Paul Korak. Row 8: Roy Korn, Elizabeth Kortepefer, Bill Kraft, Betsy Krebs, Wyndi Kreisher, Geoff Kreusser, Tony Krieg, Cynthia Kreuger, Bob Krumreich. Row 9: Randall Kruse, Connie Kuyoth, Bruce Kwitny, Paul Laich, Dwight Laing, Cheryl Lake, Bill Lambert, Scott Lancashire, Bob Lenders. Row 10: Andrew Landwerlen, Jan Langebartels, Kent Longford, Noncy Longford, John Long- ham, Diono Lowrence, Jeanne Lawson, Neol Lecklider, Beth Lee. Row 1 1 : Rachel Leibmon, Soro Leibmon, Sharon Leininger, Paul Lempke, Robert Lennon, Sharon Lentz, Lori Levenson, Michael Levin, Ronnie Levinson. Row 12: Russell Levinson, Lono Lewis, Leslie Lewis, Sforlo Lewis, Todd Lickliter, Helen Lieb- rich, Rhondo Liggins, Beth Light, Borry Like. kid dJiMJAx S 9wt ' l ' ENTHUSIASTIC SOPHOMORES pay close atten- tion as North Central makes another basket. Row 1 : Scott Lisle, Phillip Liltrell, Dave Lloyd, Sue Lockhart, Gary Loft, Stephanie Lofton, Pat Lomasney, Richard Louden, David Love. Row 2: Susan Lowe, William Lowe, Lynn Lu- cas, Patricia Lucas, Jo Ellen Lukemeyer, Karen Lurvey, Christena Lynch, Ernie Lyons, Gail Macaulay. Row 3: Rob MacGill, Cheryl Macy, Steve Mada- wick, Purim Madden, Maria Madinger, Connie Maguire, Becky Mohan, Rick Maher, Holly Mahrdt. Row 4: Lori Main, Deborah Malbin, John Mal- linson, Mike Mandelbaum, Richard Manning, Helaine Marer, Howard Marer, Lesley Marr, Terri Marshall. Row 5: Carolyn Martin, Cynthia Martin, Kevin Martin, Roger Martz, Beth Masley, Janice Mat- hews, Theresa Mathews, Patrick McArdle. Row 6: Lynn McCartney, Esther McClung, Cathe- rine McClure, Edward McClure, Paul McClure, Steven McClure, Lynn McDowell, Dan McElroy, Anne McFall. Row 7: Kevin McGahey, Lynn McGaughey, Richard McGinnis, Mary McGoff, Timothy Mc- Grath, Maureen McGuire, Pamela McHenry, Ka- ren Mclntire, Shannon McKasson. 221 Class ol 74 Row 1 : Marni McKinney, Paula McKinney, Todd McKinney, Dave McLary, Greg McLear, Ronold McNeely, Valerie McNeese, Tim McNuIfy, Jon- othan McNutt. Row 2: Robert McNutt, Mark Medjesky, Morvin Meek, Ellen Meharg, Scott Meier, Mitzi Mein- ders, Richard Merchent, Morris Meshulam, Sheryl Meshulam. Row 3: Bowman Metcalfe, Karen Metaxas, Deb- bie Meyer, Doug Meyer, Ralph Meyer, Rose- mary Meyer, Cindy Michael, Debra Michael, Kim Michael. Row 4: Caria Middleton, Mark Midkiff, Robert Lee Miele, Paula Milender, Randy Milender, Martin Miles, Dave Miller, Gary Miller, RIchette Miller. Row 5: Shelly Miller, Tamra Mills, Patricia MIshelow, Joel Mitchell, Julie Mitchell, Terry Lynn Mitchell, Tim Mitchell, Barbara Moehlen- kamp, Bobbi Moeller. Row 6: Bill Moffatf, David Moffett, Mike Mo- line, John Molt, Joe Monforte, Jim Monroe, David Montgomery, Brian Moore, Bonnie K. Moore. Row 7: Bonnie Moore, Carolyn Moore, Harold Moore, Jason Moore, Kevin Moore, Pafti Moore, Shelly Moore, Candy Moores, Carol Moos. Row 8; Mel Mordoh, Marjorie Morgan, Curt Morlock, Barbara Morrison, Bob Morrison, Janie Mor rison, Mary Morrison, Linda Moskovitz, Anita Moss. Row 9: Debbie Moss, Kathy Moss, Susan Mote, Giselle Motley, Marc Much, Laurie Muhlenfeld, Phillip Mumford, Marcia Murdock, Andrew Murduck. Row 10: Cheryl Murray, Dave Murray, Blair Myers, Mark Myers, Morris Nahmias, Sondi Nahmias, Barbara Nathan, Eddie Nefouse, Paula Neil. Row 1 1 : Carol Nelson, Scott Newkirk, Katie Newell, Susie Newland, Gregory Nibbs, Chris Nichols, Gary Nichols, Debbie Nickels, Ollice Nickson. Row 12: Mary Ellen Nieders, Cappy Nigh, Ken Nine, Richard Nolte, Louis Nye, John Nylkos, Randy O ' Brien, Louise Officer, Beftv Ogle. 222 13 i if u f ik f 1 W- -W «- » ■ :. ■ • ► ' I " 2 jii SOPHOMORES SPEND their leisure hours listen- ing to records and discussing the problems of being new students at North Central. Row 1 : Debbie O ' Brien, Kathy Ohlson, Kim Ogden, Gary Oldenbroek, Janis Oldham, Mary- ann Oliver, Eric Olson, Kafhi O ' Neal, Carole Orr. Row 2: Bradford Osborne, Elliot Oshiro, Julie Ostram, Riggs Overley, Bruce Overstreef, Terri Overstreet, Dave Owen, Robert Palmer, Lyn- nette Panaris!. Row 3: Chris Pappas, Phillip Parker, Jim Parks, Jeff Parnell, John Parrofte, Dale Patterson, Doris Patterson, Katherine Patton, Eloise Paul. Row 4: Judy Paul, Eric Paxton, Patty Payne, Janet Pearcy, Michael Pechette, Barb Peet, Da- vid Penniston, Henry Perkins, Pat Perkins. Row 5: Vince Perry, Tony Peters, Dan Peterson, Wendy Peterson, Debbie Peterson, Elizabeth Peterson, Fred Pfeiffer, Scott Phillips, Becky Phipps. Row 6: Bill Pigg, Diane Pike, Mara Pindell, Sandy Ping, Cyndi Pinkus, Valerie Plane, Cathy Piatt, Guinevere Plummer, Susan Poe. Row 7: Nanci Pointer, Claude Porter, James Potter, Tom Potter, Mike Powell, Rhonda Powell, Janet Pratt, Cindy Pritchard, Sammy Profeta. 223 Class of 74 Row 1 David Pruilt, Chrisli Pryor, Monica Pry- or, Cathy Pulley, Austris Purvlicis, John Query, Mark Quinn, Ann Roger, Donna Ragsdale. Row 2: Denisa Raikos, Janice Raleigh, Rick Ran- dall, Norman Roppaporf, Kevin Rascoe, Patii Reardon, Karen Reddemann, Scotf Redenbaugh, Mark Redinger. Row 3: Bridget Redmond, Bruce Reed, Tom Reed, Thomas Reed, Finetta Reese, Scott Reichel, Ann Reifeis, Sue Reik, Phyllis Rembert. Row 4: Anne Reprogle, Debbie Reynolds, Jill Reynolds, Rhonda Rhoads, Kim Rice, Steven Richardson, Paula Richert, Towanda Riddick, Richard Rife II. Row 5: Sheree Riley, Susan Ringhousen, Rosa- lie Riser, Kerry Risley, Donna Ritch, David Rit- tenhouse, Denise Rivers, Claudia Robertson, Nancy Robertson. Row 6: Jimmy Robinson, Lynnette Robinson, Sharon Roby, Arlene Rochlin, John Rodenbeck, Mark Rodewald, Christopher Rogers, Debbie Rogers, Katherine Rogers. Row 7; Meg Rogers, Lowell Rolsky, Carol Ro- man, Cindy Romer, Sue Rominger, Jim Ropkey, Bruce Rosen, Douglas Rosen, Cynthia Ross. Row 8: Chris Rothenberger, Debbie Royer, Ro- bin Rubenstein, Shari Rubin, Wendy Rusch, Scott Rushton, Carrie Russell, Fred Russell, How- ard Russell. Row 9: Julie Russell, Sarah Rybolt, Gregory Sacks, Jeff Sacks, Barb Samberg, Carol Sanders, Andy Sandler, Ron Savill, Dennis Scanlon. Row 10: Wendy Schaeffer, Sue Schenberg, Con- nie Scherrer, Patty Schildmeier, William Schmidt, Joe Schrage, Debra Schramm, Linda Schran, Alan Schreiber. Row 1 1 : Diane Schriebweiss, Paul Schuldt, Julie Schwab, Kevin Schwindler, Teresa Sciscoe, Pa- tricia Scofield, Regina Scruggs, Sheila Sebree, Linnie Segal. Row 12; Douglas Seidman, Greg Seigel, Randy Selig, Douglas Sell, Gregory Sellers, Geoff Sell- mer, Yolanda Sermon, Celeste Seymore, Kim Shamy. 1 224 SOPHOMORE ANN McFALL, preoccupied by her bubble gum, listens Intently to her teacher. Row 1 : David Shanafelt, Jim Shank, Brent Sha- piro, Rochelle Sharpe, Julie Shaw, Marty Shear- er, Julian Shepard, William Sherry, Barry Shevitz. Row 2: Debra Shields, Larry Shields, Fred Shir- ley, Rick Shively, Randy Shockley, Sandra Shoe- maker, Ellen Siakotos, Allan Sigman, Joe Sig- gins. Row 3: Jim Sigo, Anne Simon, Lynn Simon, Debbie Simon, Mary Simpson, Neal Sinclair, Dan Skinner, Jay Skinner, Earl Smalbach. Row 4: Lisa Smith, Pam Smith, Kafhy Smith, Rob Smith, Terri Smith, Alice Snider, Maxwell Sobel, Rhonda Solotkin, Karen Somes. Row 5: Bill Southard, Ken Spall, Calvin Spar- row, Tom Spencer, Kurt St. Angelo, Kevin Staf- ford, Kirk Stahl, Clifford Stall, Jeannie Stanisch. Row 6: Jeff Staples, Barbara Stark, Bill Sted- man, Robbie Steen, Mark Stegman, Ben Stei- man, Susan Steinberg, Cindy Steinmetz, Leslie Stephens. Row 7: Nancy Stephenson, Win Stephenson, Terri Sternberg, Carol Stevens, Curt Stevens, Kristi Stevenson, Jean Stewart, Stacy Stewart, Kevin Stith. 225 Class of 74 Row 1 : Cynthia Stokes, Jeff Stone, Scott Stone, Frank Swiss, Christy Stossmeister, Wendy Stout, Steve Straub, Steven Strauss, Larry Streeter. Row 2: Dona Strole, Norma Strunk, Mike Slur- gill, Lynn Sturniolo, Beth Sfulzman, Joyce Sulli- van, Tina Summers, Suzanne Sutton, Mary Svenstrup. Row 3: Terry Swanigan, Mike Swiff, Scott SwinforcJ, Frank Swiss, Leesy Taggart, Andy Ta- kash, Bruce Talbott, Lynda Talley, Roselyn Talley. Row 4: David Tarshes, Jimmy Tasich, Andy Tavel, Raymond Taw, Tina Taylor, Mike Thi- bodeau, Susie Thibodeau, Gwen Thomas, Lynn Thomas. Row 5: Mark Thomas, Sally Thomas, Wilma Thomas, John B. Thompson, Robert Thompson, Cindy Thornberry, Karen Thornberry, Rodney Thurman, Mark Tinnell. Row 6: Becky Tipping, Ed Todderud, Michelle Toeppe, Cheryl Tolbert, Bruce Torrance, Paige Totty, Karen Tracy, Sfephie Trais, Greta Traugott. Row 7: David Tsang, Mitch Tuchman, Candy Tuerk, Gena Turnipseed, Patricia Turrini, Harry Turula, Jan Updike, Jill Updike, Corln Valencia. Row 8: Cathy Vance, Janet Van Cleave, Carl Vandivier, Melissa Van Gordon, Susie Vea, Stephen Vinson, Richard Voege, Curt VonFange, Marjorie Vonnegut. Row 9: Joyce Vorhies, Jack Wade, Ronny Wake- lam, Dana Waldron, David Walker, Julie Walk- er, Sherry Walker, Sharon Walkowski, Donna Wall. Row 10: Louis Waller, Frank Walters, Mike Walters, Danna Walton, Jeff Ward, Pam War- ner, Juli Wasson, Anthony Watkins, Donald Wafson. Row 1 1 : Bill Watters, Sandy Waxman, Maurice Weddle, Bonnie Weikel, Cafhi Weiner, Howard Weiner, Marcie Weinhardt, Rick Weinheimer, Melanie Weir. Row 12: Ted Weirich, Sandy Weisman, Gloria Weiss, Rob Weissert, David West, Glenda West, Perry Westerman, Kim Westfall, Stephen Wey- reter. 226 .. ■ . ' . t. l xjill i ' it ' IT . f. % If ' t u if ' j4 fr ' IlL ii ' " - wi ' " BEFORE THE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM, Senior Carol Smith pins a red carnation, from Debtones, on Mr. Laughlin. Row 1 : Debbie White, Videtta White, Clarke Whitehead, John Whitesel, Bret Whitney, Bill Whitten, Dennis Wilburn, Sandy Wilburn, Anne Wilkins. Row 2: David Williams, John Williams, Michael Williams, Kathy Willison, Kevin Wilson, Me- linda Wilson, Sharon Wilson, Vicki Wilson, Gib Winebar. Row 3: Marionet Wineglass, Brad Winn, Karen Wirthlin, Kurt Woerner, Dave Wolf, Judith Wolf, Jim Wolfe, Debbie Wolkoff, Sharon Woloshin. Row 4: Yvonne Worth, Bruce Wray, Andrea Wrege, Brian Wright, Liz Wright, Jon Wright, Stan Wright, Jane Wurzman, Mike Yarling. Row 5: Wesley Yaryan, David Yosha, Jill Young, Mitchell Young, Nevin Young, Scott Young, Randy Yount, Sue Yount, Lilli Zaiser. Row 6: Ken Zeiher, David Ziska, Karen Zrebiec, Jeff Abrams, Debbie Best, Ann Daneke, Cyn- thia Darring, Brad Dill, Sarah Dorste. Row 7: Susan Elliott, Terry Foley, Felita Fow- ery, Craig Harvey, Joseph Henderson, Joe Hickey, Amy Johnson, Allen Minott, Mara Pindell. 227 SOPHOMORES GET A HEAD start on future term papers as they polish their typing skills. Row 1 : Pam Adams, Kathy Alter, Nancy Ash, Marianne Baker, Richard Bernstein, Kevin Bryan, Tyrone Bryson, David Cain, Christie Coe. f f r • Row 2: Kevin Cook, Anita Cork, Phil Cutler, Darrell Daniel, Katherine Duffy, Jim Eaton, Tom Harrison, Lynn Herr, Dee Ann Higginbotham. Row 3: Bethany Hyslop, Jeannine Jacobs, Elaine Jacobson, Denise Lucas, Rick Maher, Judy Mat- thew, Delphine Matthews, Beth McConnell, Karen Mclntire. Row 4: Patty Mishelow, Leroy Pryor, Kim Raf- ferty, Debbie Reines, Linda Renzi, Dee Dee Reuss, Mark Rogers, Jeff Saunders, Jeff Scott. Row 5: Sandy Shaffer, Dave Shapiro, John Somes, Mike Sparks, Gary Stanley, Barb Steel, Cathy Sullivan, Jim Sullivan, Patricia Thompson. Row 6: David Walls, Wanda Whiteside, Kim Wilson, Brad Winn, Jayne Wright, Wally Mar- flak, Keith Moore. mM 228 ABOVE: SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL — FRONT ROW: Cindy Pritchard, Kim Esfridge, Beth Franl lin, Marcia Casey, Paula Richert. SECOND ROW: Susie Vea, Barbara Peet, Karen Tracy, Andy Bursky, Bruce Freije, Carol Dunn, Randy Kiser. THIRD ROW: Scott Stone, Mike Carr, Nancy Stephen- son, Joe Henderson, Roger Cogswell, Dave Ziska, Betsy Bennett, Cathy Hixon, Neil Sinclair. NOT PICTURED: Morni McKinney. BOTTOM: THREE SOPHOMORE GIRLS get to- gether in the student center for last minute studying. Sophomores choose their class rings The Sophomore Class Council under- took several projects this year. In De- cember they successfully purchased and decorated a 16 foot Christmas tree. In February they sponsored the Valentine ' s Dance. This dance, entitled " Precious and Few " was attended by approximately 140 couples. The Sophomore Class Council also was involved in designing the class ring for the class of 74. This is a tra- ditional, yet important responsibility of the Council. LEFT: MICHAEL CARR, CHAIRMAN OF THE SOPH- OMORE CLASS COUNCIL, shows the 1974 class rings to Susan Vea, vice chairman; Nancy Stephenson, secretary; and Neal Sinclair, trea- surer. BOTTOM: THE STUDENT CENTER MAY BE DIFFICULT to walk through at times, but it ' s a great place to talk with friends. 231 Advertisers must know their consumer ' s needs, and the type of ads they find most appealing. Surveys are taken asking the age, sex, and occupation of their customers, when and where their product sells in the greatest quantity, and the reasons consumers choose it over others. These answers give them an understanding of the buying public, necessary to sell. 1 Happy House Shop 1300 East 86th Street Hallmark Cards — Gifts Candles and Paper Party Items THE FINEST IN SUITS AND MEN ' S WEAR . . . Man ' s World 1300 East 86th Street 846-3013 Mrs. Tetrick and Doug Boucher 234 t«ii Tri9ri iii ir it iiii ipip w: iMw t AlUm iin Does a TV set really have to look like a box? ■ RCA thinks not. That ' s because RCA is " thinking tomorrow " in the video and audio products we ' re designing today for you, to buy tomorrow. ■ The Lounge Module shown at right, for t " - example, is a self- contained world of entertainment. A rollaround lounge chair with two TV sets, FM-AM radio and 8-track stereo-all built in! ■ What looks like an ultra-modern lighting concept (left) is the Video Satellite. That spherical chrome ball actually contains a 5-inch diagonal TV screen! ■ RCA ' s commitment to design leadership is reflected in these and many other ' Generation III " r V ■ U i 1 in experimental design concepts now on display at the new RCA Design Center. Drawing on innovative shapes, materials and moods, this collection marks a dramatic departure in sight and sound electronics. ■ For a fascinating glimpse into the future of home entertainment, you ' re invited to plan a group tour through the RCA Design Center, n ■ Sherman Drive Michigan Street. immP l An Equal Opportunity Employer 235 236 Engineered Models Corporation 6450 Stare Road 37, North 251-1251 SERVING THE METAL STAMPING INDUSTRY Continental Die Set Co. 6450 State Road 37, North Indianapolis, Indiana 46220 Hi;SlDl ' S THH BiiST PRHSC.RIP I IONS ' ou ' ll .iIm) find I ' rcar caiulics ami Schmidt ' s Drugs 1499 East 86th Street 257-2910 Keith Novick NO MATTER WHAT YOU ' RE LOOKING FOR We have it on our shelves. Atlas Supermarket 720 East 54th Street 255-6800 Nanci Orr (in cart), Sandy DuLong CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT SOON Photo Reflex Studio 8th Floor 637-4411, Ext. 435 " BOY THAT FOOD SURE LOOKS GOOD! " Two North Central students survey the selection of great food at . . . MCL Cafeteria 2529 East 38th Street 547-9655 Eileen Bracken, Jeff Belt ANYTHING FOR YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS " And we mean anything! " Handy Hardware 6327 Guilford 255-8200 Tom Gibson i 239 WOULDN ' T YOU LIKE TO FLY IN 849-0840 Elizabeth Moss 240 The MIDGET price: An example of British understatement. Any sports car fan knows the MG Midget is a sports car to be reckoned with. Yet it ' s got a price tag anyone can live with. Standard features in- clude rack-and-pinion steering, close-ratio 4- speed gearbox, racing-type suspension, front disc brakes and full sports car instrumentation. Test-drive the sports car that gives you high per- formance and handling and low price without cutting corners. Test-drive the MG Midget. $2685 at Butler Imports 4500 Keystone FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS We deliver Flowerland 1300 East 86th Street 846-5873 LUNCH AND DINNER CARRY-OUT Hours: 11-6 Tues.-Sat. 11-3 Mon. Renee ' s French Delicatessen 839 East Westfield 251-4142 Kris Nielsen Patti Schaefer Score with the " Riley Front Nine " 242 NEWSFOTO YEARBOOKS Yearbook Specialists San Angelo, Texas Fine Arts Editor: Sarah Rogers Editor-in-chief: Barbara Lawall Album Editor: Kathye Scully Mr. Dick Kennard Indiana Representative 243 Our Thanks To North Centrol High School For Selecting Ayres ' Photo Reflex Studio As Photographer For The 1972 Northerner For the finest in portrait and yearbook photography, visit Photo Reflex Studio, Eighth Floor, Downtown INTERIORS BY DEE Custom made furniture, draperies, carpeting Hughey-Hartman 840 East 64th Street 253-0785 Kevin Hughey FRAMES MADE TO ORDER Any style, any size Town Stichery 6516 Cornell Ave. Broad Ripple Village Village Framer 6520 Cornell Ave. Broad Ripple Village FOR THE JUST RITE HAIRCUT You ' ll find the CeruUi Barbers the best Cerulli Barber Shop 6101 N. Keystone Ave. 253-0075 1 Mr. Cerulli and customer 245 Professional Quality Photography at Student Prices Kevin Doyle • Photography 3906 Glenview Dr. 849-2859 246 " TENNIS ANYONE " We ' ve got everything for any sport Four Play 1357 West 86th Street 257-7316 Salesgirl and Dove Wolf AT BURGER CHEF WE TREAT YOU RIGHT CHEF r Burger Chef Restaurants 1426 East 86th Street Nora Managers Nora Burger Chef m VOLKSWAGEN NORTH, INC. " Indianapolis ' Newest Volkswagen dealer " 10101 N. Meridian 844-0151 Ed McGraw, Chuck Bruno TOP OF THE MORNING ' Compliments of Grady Bros., Inc 915 S. Somerset 244-3343 Susie Henshaw, Marianne Grady, Debbie Wiekstrand 248 I JEANS AND TOPS, THE ALTOGETHER LOOK FOR GUYS AND CHICKS breohef uuqu DBTKTIVt APRMIEl FCXi CHLCaiEN J IV iere shopping for f ie young is OS fun OS being young. ' • NORTH VIEW MALL • 1742 EAST 86TH STREET • INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 46240 • 844-0191 ThoroFlare Northview Mall 1744 East 86th Street across Road 100 from North Central Bob Jordan Breaker ' s Way in the Northview Mail across from North Central 249 The relaxed and casual atmosphere of the seniors ' last week is shown by Nancy Etherington Good Luck Class of 72 EVERY PIZZA CUSTOM MADE Olde Town Pizza 1252 West 86th Street 844-0121 Salesgirl and customers ABOVE RIGHT: HEAD CUSTODIAN JAMES KENDALL keeps North Central ' s facilities running smoothly. ABOVE LEFT: CUSTODIAN EVERETT DAVIS goes about his daily routine of sweeping the floor. LOWER LEFT: OFFICERS FROELICH AND SWEGMAN WATCH as stu- dents arrive in the morning. LOWER RIGHT: CAFETERIA ASSISTANT OPERATES the cash register during lunch. Index A TEACHERS — 134 SENIORS — 146-147 JUNIORS — 196 SOPHOMORES — 214 Adams, Janis — 91 Ader, Jill— 67 Alexander, Arthur — 101,1 15 Alexander, Brian — 101 Alig, Christina — 5 1 Allison, Amy — 48 Alsop, Pamela — 5 1 Alter, Dick — 1 1 6 Anderson, Kevin — 57,67 Anderson, Sandy — 57,58 Applegarth, Sharon — 54 Arnold, Mel — 1 03 Ashkenaz, Helene — 34 Atkinson, Janet — 57 ATLAS SUPERMARKET — 238 Augustin, Charles — 101 Ayer, Melanie — 51,58 B TEACHERS — 1 34 SENIORS— 147-152 JUNIORS — 196-197 SOPHOMORES — 214-215 Bachmann, Carol — 48,67 Bailey, Jennifer — 53 Bair, Gregory — 103 Baker, Kathryn — 53 Baker, Mark — 57 Baker, William — 1 18,1 19 Baldwin, Linda — 57 Ball, Kathryn — 53,123 Barnhorst, Brian — 107 Barrett, Eleanor — 53 Bortlett, Karen — 58 Bastion, Sally — 54,58 Batesole, Gary — 57 Botrich, Bonnie — 53 Batten, Brendo — 73 Bauer, Harry — 36 Bough, David — 73 Boughman, Deboro — 51 Baxter, Robert — 107,109 Bayless, Kristie — 53 Bayless, Kirk — 1 1 3 Beal, Nancy — 5 3 Beoty, Robert — 1 1 9 Beaver, Anne — 58 Becker, Sally — 51 ,145 Bellamy, W ashington — 27,50 Bellard, Kim — 100,1 15 Ballard, Scott — 50 Belt, Jeffrey — 239 Bennett, Elizabeth — 91,230 Benrubi, Esther — 70,259 Bernstein, Elyse — 58 Bess, Diane — 67,144 Bethel, James — 45,46,58,67, 144 Bevins, Cheryl — 49 Bevins, Valerie — 49 Bibler, Deborah — 52 Bill, Pete — 51 ,77 Black, David — 1 1 6,1 17 Blackburn, Mary — 53,58,67 Blair, Jeffrey — 51 Blake, Sylvia — 58 Bloomer, John — 58 Bolk, Patricio — 58 Bolon, Barbara — 53 Bolton, Sarah — 58 Bonham, Rebecca — 53 Boos, Amy — 58 Boring, Kimberly — 52 Borman, Robert — 46,50,115 Boruff, Shelia — 53 Boutwell, Rhonda — 52 Bowsher, Linda — 72 Boyer, Judith — 53 Bracken, Eileen — 72,144,239 Bracken, Terry — 86 Bradford, Paul — 72 Bradley, Lisa — 58 Brammer, Timothy — 98 BREAKER ' S WAY — 248 Breisacher, Lee — 1 1 5 Bremner, James — 96,97,103, 116 Breting, John — 1 1 9 Brewer, Elaine — 57 Bridgford, Steven — 100 Brown, Debbie — 48 Browne, William — 48 Brunes, Brenda — 58 Bruno, Charles — 73,249 Bryson, Tyrone — 98 Burch, Beth — 51 Burge, James — 97 BURGER CHEF — 247 Burgess, William — 98 Burnett, David — 98 Bursky, Andrew — 230 Bursky, Jay — 48,67,46 Bursky, Marlene — 51 Burton, Bonita — 58 BUTLER IMPORTS, LTD.— 241 c TEACHERS — 134-135 SENIORS — 152-155 JUNIORS — 197-198 SOPHOMORES — 2 15-216 Cody, Deborah — 49,67 Calhoun, Mildred — 67 Cameron, Jean — 49 Cameron, Marsha — 83 Campbell, Bonita — 57,67 Cantor, Louis — 103 Capron, Judy — 5 1 Carey, Leslie — 49 Carl, Cynthia — 52 Carlino, Margaret — 51 Carmen, Mike — 86,77 Cormichael, Gary — 101,115 Carr, Michael — 98,230,113 Carroway, Steven — 116 Carroll, Anne — 52 Casey, Marsha — 230 Casiraghi, Ernestin — 64,65 Castle, William — 92 Cazares, Carmen — 53 CERULLI BARBER SHOP — 245 Chab, Carol — 67,144 Chapman, Curtis — 28,57 Chapman, Shanna — 53 Chastoin, David — 58 Chernoff, Barbara — 53 Christy, John — 1 1 3 Chumley, Michael — 50 Clark, George — 1 15 Clark, Mary — 58 Cloy, Barbara — 49 Cloycombe, Judith — 127 Clifford, Terry — 96,97,261 Cofield, Anne — 51,145 Cogswell, Roger — 101,113,230 Cohen, Deborah — 58 Cohen, Janis — 52 Coleman, Julia — 58 Collins, James — 58 Collins, Cynthia — 57 Coloney, Steven — 81 Commiskey, Michael — 98 Conner, Thomas — 1 1 8,1 1 9 Conrad, Rebecca — 51 CONTINENTAL DIE SET CORP— 237 Cook, Judy — 67 Copenhaver, Jeffery — 98,1 1 3 Copenhaver, Mark — 58,67 Corbin, Nancy — 52 Corey, Jamie — 12,48 Cornelius, Mark — 50 Cornelius, Sharon — 76 Costin, Robert — 101,1 15 Cotton, Cathy — 58 Cowan, Douglas — 115 Crabb, Daniel — 97,1 16 Crable, Marianne — 126,127 Crim, Gregory — 67 Cross, Kevin — 98,1 1 3 Crow, Kim — 52 Cunningham, Clinton — 103 Cunningham, Deborah — 58,67 Curry, James — 98 Curry, Richard — 97 D TEACHERS — 135-136 SENIORS — 155-158 JUNIORS — 198 SOPHOMORES — 216 Davey, Anthony — 1 07 Davidson, Keeter — 49,67 Davidson, Page — 5 3 Davis, John — 83 Davis, Maxie — 17,145 Davis, Susan — 67 Day, William — 1 1 3 Dean, Ann — 53,58 Deck, Pam — 53,145 Decker, Gaylen — 52 Deer, Sharon — 52 DeFrantz, Janis — 58,67,144 Delgado, Miriam — 57 Deppe, Paul — 67,1 1 5 DeValeria, David — 101,115 Diamond, Ami — 48 Dice, Patricia — 49 Dietz, Jennifer — 72,237 Diltz, John — 57,58 Dinwiddle, Charles — 98,113 Dison, Nancy — 53 Dittrich, Thomas — 50 Dixon, Jack — 77 Dobbs, Terry — 67 Dock, Elaine — 89,52 Donnell, Connie — 52 Donovan, Harry — 97,105 Doran, Heather — 53,67 Doyle, Kevin — 246 Drake, Patti — 67 Dresbach, George — 67 Driggers, Jan — 67 Drum, Christy — 107 Dugdale, Jeanne — 49 Dugdale, William — 98 DuLong, Sandra — 238 Dunn, Carol — 230 Duwe, Craig — 50 Dyar, Hugh — 1 1 3 Dyke, Dan — 85,101 Dykema, John — 57,97 E TEACHERS— 1 36 SENIORS — 158-159 JUNIORS — 198-199 SOPHOMORES — 2 16-217 Easley, Mark — 26,50 Eckhart, Brent — 67,145 Edwards, Judith — 57 Ehret, David — 103,1 16 Eiche, James — 67,144 Einterz, Ellen — 58,67 Einterz, Robert — 97,1 13 Elliott, Jim— 100,1 01, 11 5 Elliott, Lucy — 49 Elliott, Paula — 53 Elliott, Susan — 58 ENGINEERED MODELS CORP— 237 England, Gary — 97,115 England, Steven — 98 English, Warren — 103 Enkema, Wendy — 19,49 Eppers, Pamela — 51 Erickson, Carolyn — 58 Estridge, Kim — 52,230 Evans, Jay — 1 1 6 Evans, Jeffrey — 97 Everett, James — 1 1 3 Everett, Jan — 58 Everett, Mary — 52 F TEACHERS — 136 SENIORS — 159-161 JUNIORS — 199 SOPHOMORES — 217-218 Fairfield, Nancy — 67 Fairley, Joy — 52 Fonsler, Katherine — 51 Font, Kevin — 48,107 Featherston, Ken — 48 Fenstermaker, David — 1 07 Fiedoral, Jill — 51 Fischer, Karen — 1 23 Fisher, Lee Ann — 262,127 Fishman, Dawn — 46 Flamme, Nancy — 58 Flamme, Nina — 70 Fleenor, Suzanne — 45,49 Fletcher, Mark — 144 FLOWERLAND — 241 Folger, Susan — 57 Forbes, Robin — 48 Ford, Kevin — 30 Fortier,. Kevin — 1 44 Foster, Edward — 28,74 Foster, Rhea — 47 FOUR PLAY — 247 Fowler, Alvin — 17 Fowler, John — 98 Foy, Barry — 51 Foy, Glenn — 58 Francis, Carmelo — 57 Franklin, Beth — 230 Franklin, Nancy — 67 Franklin, Robert — 67 Franklin, Susan — 52 Franz, Patricia — 17 Frayer, Nancy — 49 Freeman, Patricia — 57 Freije, Elaine — 49,67,145 Freije, Gary — 230,107 Freudenthal, Karol — 52 Prey, Jeanne — 51 il Freyer, Andrew — 98 Freyn, Cynthia — 123 Fridie, Donna — 42,67 Fridie, Kevin — 43 Frigo, Miciiael — 98 Fritz, Morcio — 68,51 Fritz, Susan — 48,67 Fuller, Janina — 5 1 Fulmar, Fred— 67,97,99,1 1 8, 119 Fulroth, Walter — 98 TEACHERS — 136 SENIORS — 161-163 JUNIORS — 199-200 SOPHOMORES — 218 Gaalema, Dwoin — 116 Garbrecht, Mary Lee — 52 Garcia, Gregory — 1 1 3 Gardner, Diana — 58 Gardner, Glenn — 1 1 3 Garriott, Kenneth — 1 6,97,1 1 0 Garrison, Susan — 51,52 Gastineau, Robert — 210 Gates, Jamie — 98 Geiser, David — 107 Gelman, Sandra — 58 Gammer, Arthur — 101 Gemmer, Charles — 67 George, Barbara — 72,73 Gerber, Michael — 50 Geringer, Laura — 49 Gerson, Jeff — 58 Gibson, Malba — 123 Gibson, Pam — 67 Gibson, Sam — 77 Gibson, Tom — 97,239 Gillies, Jodie — 58 Giltner, Natalia — 48 Glanzman, Robert — 58 Glass, Kenneth — 48,67 Glover, Anna — 52,67 Goldstein, Mark — 68 Goodman, Gary — 1 10 GOODMAN ' S SHOES — 234 Goodwin, John — 1 16 Gordon, Jeff — 57 Gornes, Pauletta — 51,58 Grable, Mark — 77 GRADY BROS., INC. — 249 Grady, Marianne — 249 Graven, Jaannatta — 52 Gray, Bradley — 67 Gray, Douglas — 57 Green, Audrey — 52 Guy, Joseph — 133 H TEACHERS— 136-137 SENIORS — 163-166 JUNIORS — 200-201 SOPHOMORES — 2 18-219 Haarbye, Nils — 57 Habegger, Julia — 58 Habegger, Richard — 145 Habig, Frank — 1 10 Habig, Steven — 1 1 0 Hackl, Martha — 52 Hagarty, Mark — 1 19 Hales, Mike — 113 Hall, Beuford — 107 Hallums, Linda — 52 Halvorson, David — 57 Ham, Nancy — 52 Hamaker, Bruce — 70,107,240 HAMAKER HARDWARE— 240 Hammond, Charles — 44,88 Hancock, Jari — 49 HANDY-HARDWARE — 239 Hanley, William — 105 Hapak, Susan — 51 HAPPY HOUSE — 234 Hardy, Wade — 107 Hargadon, Cynthia — 65 Harkar, Diana — 53 Harrer, Julie — 58 Harrington, Wes — 115,107 Harris, Mitch — 97 Harris, Paula — 230 Harris, Becky — 54 Hart, Judy — 53 Haverty, Kathy — 67 Hayes, Robert — 97,98 Heady, Beth — 58 Heath, Michael — 58 Hellming, Bennett — 105 Henderson, Cory — 58,113 Henderson, Joseph — 230 Henkal, Ellen — 52 Henshaw, Susan — 248 Herman, Bill — 77 Hetherington, Bob — 73,97 Hickel, Scott — 49,50 Higgs, Don — 48 Hilihan, Tim — 77 Hinderliter, Steve — 58 Hinsdale, Mary Jo — 52,262 Hintz, Bob — 1 05 Hixon, Cathryn — 230 Hixon, Jeff — 110 Holt, Christopher — 67,107, 109,144,212 HOOSIER AIR SALES — 240 Hopkins, Christy — 234 Horner, Valerie — 52 Hovey, Brian — 57 Howald, Larry — 1 13 Howard, Susan — 58 Hoyt, Kevin — 57 Hubbard, Dick — 58 Huber, Mike — 97,103 Huffman, Gory — 1 16,145 HUGHEY-HARTMAN — 245 Hughey, Kevin — 57,58,245 Hunt, Robert — 107 Husk, Michael — 113 Hutchinson, Mindy — 51 Hutchinson, Sylvia — -52 Joseph, Jack — 1 9 Justak, Nora — 58 Justice, Julie — 67 Lundgaard, Carol — 58 Lunsford, Stuart — 57,115 Lyons, Sandy — 49 TEACHERS — 1 37 SENIORS — 166 JUNIORS — 201 SOPHOMORES — 219 lauco, Dianne — 48 Irwin, Beth — 52 TEACHERS — 1 38 SENIORS — 166-168 JUNIORS — 201 SOPHOMORES — 2 19,220 Jackson, Charles — 97,98,115 Jackson, Debbie — 52 Jackson, Jenny — 58 Jacobs, Larry — 107,109 Jacobsen, Dan — 101,115 Jamas, Claudia — 86 James, Robert — 67 Jeffries, Richard — 57 Jenkins, Ann — 48 Johnson, Ty— 57,1 15,144 Johnson, Janis — 122 Johnson, Judy — 67 Johnson, Kevin — 105 Johnson, Bob — 57,58 Jones, Carlo — 49 Jontz, Mary Lea — 71,258 Jordan, Robert — 248 K TEACHERS — 1 38 SENIORS — 168-170 JUNIORS — 201-202 SOPHOMORES — 220 Kaplan, Amy — 31 Kassig, Erik — 67 Katz, Barbara — 144 Katz, Nancy Sue — 67 Kaufman, Jamie — 58,67 Kautzmon, Richard — 67,1 1 6 Kearney, Judy — 67 Keefe, Jackie — 64,67 Keane, Alice — 45,46,53,263 Keller, Kim — 57 Kelly, Fred — 57,58 Kelly, Jerry — 71,73 Kelso, Kathy — 48,49 Kennedy, Jeff — 98,105 Kibbe, Mark — 57 King, Cathy — 51 King, Linda — 57 King, Margaret — 67 King, Steve — 97 Kirkhoff, Kay — 49 Kirsh, Steve — 67,103 Kiser, Laurie — 51 Kittarman, Dennis — 98,113 Kleffman, Sharon — 49 Klein, Kevin — 101 Kline, Richard — 1 1 6 Knight, Rexann — 67 Knowles, Jennifer — 49 Kocher, Kevin — 97,110 Kocher, Scott — 1 1 3 Koehler, Kelly — 43 Koerton, James — 50 Korak, Paul — 98 Korn, Roy — 1 13 Korn, Steve — 83 Krieger, Sara — 48 Krise, Katy — 67 Krueger, Tom — 97,1 15 L TEACHERS — 138 SENIORS— 170-171 JUNIORS — 202 SOPHOMORES — 220-221 Lambert, Greg — 97 Lancashire, Scott — 105 London, Tim — 1 1 6 Langebartels, Jon — 58 Longham, Ed — 48 Lanham, Bob — 100,1 15 Lantz, Janice — 49 Lawall, Barbara — 53,67,71, 243 Lawson, Jeanne — 58 Leggett, Lorry — 78,1 15 Leimbach, Michael — 107,109 Lennon, Bob — 76 Lesh, Perry — 57 Letwin, Bruce — 29,93 Levy, Jay — 50 Lewis, James — 1 15 Lickliter, Todd — 103 Light, Andy — 97 Linn, Paul — 72 Looney, Mike — 37 Louden, Andy — 97 Lowry, Doug — 36 Lucas, Lynn — 57 Lucas, Steve — 29,93 Luchini, Adrian — 64,65,87 Ludwig, Kevin — 51,93 M TEACHERS — 138-139 SENIORS — 172-176 JUNIORS — 202-204 SOPHOMORES — 22 1 -222 MacGill, Mike — 67 MocGill, Bob — 98,105 Madinger, Maria — 51 Madry, Dana — 70 Magee, Kavern — 107 Males, Amy — 57 Mallinson, Richard — 77 Manifold, Rex — 212 Mann, Roger — 1 1 5 Mann, Teresa — 52 Manning, Patricia — 52 MAN ' S WORLD — 234 Marr, Dan — 97,1 15 Mart, Kevin — 50 Martin, Bill — 57 Martin, Kathy — 53 Martin, Kevin — -77 Martindill, Bill— 1 10,145 Martz, Daryl — 67 Martz, Roger — 107 Marvel, Kate — 262 Masley, Beth — 58 Mason, Jeff — 97 Mathioudokis, Beth — 52 Mathioudakis, Miki — 51 Mathews, Barbara — 67,122 Moxson, Ruth — 58,67 McClain, Sally — 67,145 McClure, Cathy — 58 McDonald, Bruce — 50 McDonald, Bill — 97,1 13 McElroy, Dan — 98,105 McGahey, Kevin — 57 McGrath, Bob — 263 McGriff, Amy — 51 McKasson, Kevin — 97 McKinney, Nora — 51 McKinney, Todd — 56 McLary, David — 107 MCL CAFETERIA — 239 McManamo, Patti — 58 McPhail, Rob — 50 McQuiston, Mary — 52 McSolay, Tim — 1 1 6 Meador, John — 51,58 Meador, Patty — 58 Meese, Mary Ann — 67,88 Melick, Melody — 51 Merchent, Kelly— 1 13 Marrell, Cynthia — 51 Messerlie, Meg — 53 Metzger, Wendy — 49 Mettler, Phyllis — 57 Mayer, Doug — 1 05 Meyer, Joyce — 53,127 Meyer, Ralph — 98 Middlemas, Don — 50 Midkiff, Mark — 1 05 Miles, James — 81 Mi ley, Scott — 73 Miller, Charles — 116 Miller, Scott — 101,1 15 Miller, Gory — 58 Miller, Reid — 48 Miller, Thomas — 1 10 Millis, Greg — 50,67,120,121, 144 Mills, Beverly — 58,67 Minx, Marty — 52 Mitchell, Joel — 48 Mitchell, Marilyn — 67,144 Monforte, Anthony — 92 Monroe, Jim — 31,98 Montgomery, David — 100 Moore, Joseph — 67,1 16,97 Moo res, Marilyn — 73 255 Moos, Carol — 58 Mordoh, Mollah — 98 Morgan, David — 89 Morgan, Marjorie — 51 Morgan, Susan — 145 Morlock, Curtis — 1 1 3 Morris, Jonathan — 57,67,144 Moss, Elizabeth — 64,65,240 Much, Marc — 50 Mumniert, Steve — 1 13 Munro, Judith — 53,67 Murphy, Leigh — 116 Myette, Mark — 82,107 N TEACHERS — 139 SENIORS — 176-178 JUNIORS — 204 SOPHOMORES— 222 Nahmias, Sandy — 86 Neal, Steve — 50 Nearpass, Jeff — 58 Neff, John — 50 Nelson, David — 90 Nelson, Vivian — 52,67 Neuss, Michael — 76 Newell, Kathy — 57 Newman, Kenneth — 67 NEWSFOTO YEARBOOKS, Dick Ken nard- representative — 243 Newton, John — 97,98 Nicely, Sarah — 67,144 Nichols, Carolyn — 58,67 Nichols, Greg — 89 Nielsen, Kristin — 241 Nilsson, Birgitta — 64,65 Nolte, Greg — 57 Norton, Mary — 72,88,89 Novick, Keith — 62,67,238 o TEACHERS — 139 SENIORS — 178 JUNIORS — 204 SOPHOMORES — 222-223 Oblinger, Jane — 49 O ' Brien, Randy — 97 O ' Dell, Pat — 53 Ofengender, Sara — 52 Off, Carl— 58 Ohison, Jim — 1 15 Oldham, Pamela — 58 Oldham, Sherril — 58 OLDE TOWN PIZZA — 250 Olson, Chip — 50 Orbaugh, Bill — 212 Orme, William — 1 15 Orner, Debra — 52 Orr, Nancy — 238 Osborne, Bradford — 103,105 Osborne, Carol — 51 Osborne, Marilyn — 48 Osterman, Sharon — 51 Ottilie, David — 48,67 Overshiner, Sue — 58 P TEACHERS — 140 SENIORS — 178-1 81 JUNIORS — 204 SOPHOMORES — 223-224 Palme, Klaus — 64 Palmer, Don — 67,110,145 Poppas, Christopher — 98 Pappas, Steven — 77 Parhom, Tina — 53 Parker, Byron — 116 Parks, James — 98,1 1 3 Parr, Randy — 103,105 Parreft, Patricia — 63 Passo, Michael — 50,67,145 Patterson, Ruthie — 51,126,127 Patterson, Mark — 48 Paul, Eloise — 58 Poustian, Marcia — 67 Payne, Gavin — 115 Payne, John — 1 05 Peachin, Michael — 64 Pearce, Jim — 67,1 15,1 16 Pearson, Christen — 51,52 Pechette, Michael — 1 1 3 Pechette, Thomas — 58 Peck, Thomas — 42,70 Peet, Barb — 53,230 Peet, Doug — 48 Perkins, Patrick — 98 Perkins, Robert — 97 Perlstein, Mark — 1 15 Peters, Anthony — 58 Peterson, Paul — 20,103 Petticrew, Paul — 121 Pfeiffer, Frederick — 58 Pfeiffer, Linda — 58 Pfrang, Carl — 1 15 Phillips, Jay — 97 PHOTO REFLEX STUDIOS — 238 Pickering, Jim — 67 Pike, Donna — 122 Ping, Becky — 52 Pioch, Gwen — 52 Pitler, Sharon — 52 Pittenger, Karen — 72 Plummer, Guinevere — 55 Polsinelli, Cindy — 58 Porter, Wade — 50,55 Potter, Steve — 1 10,11 5 Powell, Michael — 101 Powers, Mary — 53 Pratt, Jeff — 48 Pratt, Steve — 100,1 15 Presler, Janice — 53 Price, Jody — 16,53,145 Pritchard, Nancy — 230 Pryor, Cathy — 51 Purvlicis, Austris — 105 R TEACHERS — 140 SENIORS — 181-183 JUNIORS— 205 SOPHOMORES — 224 Ramaker, Tamera — 67 Ramey, Bill — 67,100,101,115 Rappaport, Stephen — 1 15 R.C.A. — 235 Radish, Martin — 100,1 15 Redman, Thomas — 67 RENEE ' S FRENCH DELICATESSEN— 241 Reprogle, Anne — 87 Rexroth, Mark — 58,1 21 Reynolds, Paul — 82 Reynolds, Tom — 121 Rhodes, Susan — 52,71,258 Richards, William — 107,109 Rich, Clayton — -36 Richardson, Susan — 51,67,122, 145 Ries, Tom — 1 1 6 RILEY LAWN AND GOLF EQUIPMENT — 242 Rittenhouse, Teresa — 49 Roberts, Connie — 53 Robertson, Jeff — 12,17 Robertson, Kathy — 52,76 Robinson, Joseph — 1 15 Robinson, Linda — 52 Rodenbeck, Janet — 52 Rogers, Sarah — 71,78,79,243 Rollings, Nancy — 67 Rolsky, Lowell — 98 Rolsky, Neill — 46,67 Root, Susan — 51 ,70,259 Rose, Susan — 44 Rost, Lisa — 52,57,74 Roth, Jeri — 67,144 Roundtree, James — 67 Rusch, Wendy — 54 Russell, Howard — 77 s TEACHERS — 140-141 SENIORS — 185-190 JUNIORS — 205-206 SOPHOMORES — 224-226 Sacks, Avram — 67 Sacks, Gregory — 1 13 Sage, Michael — 57 Samms, Thomas — 1 16 Samuelson, Jackie — 53 Sanders, Harry — 51,77 Sangar, Ernest — 1 15 Sarkesian, Carol — 70 Saunders, Trudi — 43 Schacht, Paul — 96,97,1 16 Schaefer, Patti — 30,67,122, 241 Schaefer, Susan — 53,123 Scheele, Christine — 48 Schenberg, Susan — 53 Schiffli, Gary — 67,145 Schilling, Debbie — 53 Schlegel, Barbara— 53 Schmalz, Sherri — 51 SCHMIDT ' S DRUGS — 238 Schneider, Leslie — 53 Schneider, Lindsay — -67 Schreiber, Alan — 77 Schroeder, Dan— 77,80 Schuchman, Donna — 49 Schumacher, Barbara — 67 Schwartz, Bernie — 243 Schwartz, Wendy — 16,53 Scudder, Shirlene — 49,67 Scully, Kathy— 71,243 Sebree, Sheila — 37 Sebree, Stephannie — 58 Sedam, Stephen — 93 Segar, Bob — 1 1 0 Sell, John — 77 Sellmer, Geoffrey — 1 1 0 Sewell, Peter — -145 Sexauer, Gail — 53 Shadinger, Susan — 49,57 Shanks, Barbara — 48 Shapiro, Brent — 1 1 3 Shapiro, Scott — 1 1 3 Shaw, Deni — 93 Sheets, Kent — 97,144 Shields, Larry — 58 Shinault, Teresa — 57,58 Siggins, Joseph — 1 03 Siggins, Sally — 51 ,63,67 Simmons, Martha — 58 Sinclair, Georgia — 19,48,55 Sinclair, Neal — 230 Skinner, William — 50 Sklare, David — 58,67 Slater, Nancy — 54 Sloan, Gene — 92 Slocum, Barbara — 67,144,212 Smalbach, Earl — 58 Smart, Lisa — 52 Smith, Carol — 53 Smith, Carson — 1 15 Smith, Cheryl — 67 Smith, Debbie — 51 Smith, Doug — 58 Smith, Lisa — 58 Smith, Cindy — 52 Smith, Nancy — 53 Smith, Richard — 97 Smith, Steve — 58 Smock, Leslie — 53 Snapp, Christy — 52 Sobel, Maxwell — 58 Sohn, Steve — 1 19 Sohn, Susan — 48,55 Somes, Claudia — 67,144 Sordean, Andrea — 58 Spall, Kenneth — 107 Sparrenberger, Cindy — 44,68 Spencer, Nancy — 51,67 Srader, Sharon — 49 St. Angelo, Kurt — 1 13 St. Angelo, Paul — 50 St. John, Nancy — 145 Staggers, Renee — 52 Stall, Santha — 57,58 Stamp, Sarah — 33 Stankovich, Dawn — 52 Stanton, Debbie — 57 STARK, WETZEL AND CO. — 236 Station, George — 88 Stein, Marc — 72 Steinmetz, Audrey — 51 Stephenson, Nancy — 230 Stern, Joseph — 77 Stevens, Curt — 50 Stock, Kevin — 18,50 Stone, Jeffry — 98 Stone, Scott — 230 Stone, Tim — -17,97 Strater, Brian — 48,55 Stump, David — 101,1 15 Sturman, Stephen — 101,115 Sullivan, Nancy — 86 Sullivan, Wendy — 51 ,52 Summers, Cynthia — 42 Surface, Ron — 1 1 3 Sutton, Dennis — 119 Swanson, Norma — 67 Swenson, Beth — 52 Swisher, Ellen — 1 8,48,67 T TEACHERS — 141 SENIORS — 190 JUNIORS — 207 SOPHOMORES— 226 Taggart, Rip — 121,144 Tasich, James — 98,1 33 Taylor, Debbie — 49,82 Tedeschi, Ralph — 101 Tekolste, Kim — 68 Terry, Robert — 48 Terry, Susan — 52,234 Tetrick, Dick — 50,58 Tewksbury, Jeff — 97,1 15 Thomas, Diann — 18,48 Thomas, John — 50 Thomas, Sally — 53 Thompson, John B. — 1 13 Thompson, John M. — 97 Thompson, Katie — 67 Thompson, Linda — 51 Thompson, Mark — -119 Thompson, Milton — 17,48,49, 116 THOROFLARE — 248 Timmel, Tim — 97 Tirmenstein, Doug — 97 Todderud, Edward — 1 1 3 Towie, Colleen— —53 Towie, Pat — 48 Tracy, Karen — 230 Tracy, Kristi — 52 Traylor, David — 50 Traylor, Debbie — 67,122,145 Troupa, Mary Lou — 53 Truesdell, Keith — 116 Tuerk, James — 107,109 Turula, Linda — 57,58 u w SENIORS— 191 JUNIORS — 207 SOPHOMORES — 226 Umemura, Wes — 1 07 Unterberg, Barbara — 67 V SENIORS — 191-192 JUNIORS — 207 SOPHOMORES — 226 Valentine, Patty — 58 Vandivier, Carl — 98,1 13 Van Meter, Chuck — 50 Vea, Susan — 230 Verble, Jane Kay — 52 Vincent, Vickl — 52 VOLKSWAGEN NORTH — 249 Vollrath, Jean — 57,58,67,88 Von Fonge, Neil — 51 Vorhies, Mark — 67 TEACHERS — 142 SENIORS— 192-194 JUNIORS — 207-208 SOPHOMORES — 226-227 Waeltz, John — 67 Walker, Kathy — 57 Walls, David — 1 1 3 Walls, Jeff— 67 Waltz, Susan — 57 Warner, Laura — 53 Warren, Kent — 46,47,50,58, 67 Waters, Rick — 115 Watklns, Tony — 101 Watkins, Linda — 127 Watson, David — 28,50,76 Waugh, Howard — 1 1 9 Waxman, Sandy — 123 Webster, Diana — 52,70 Weest, Fred— 51,97,1 19 Weil, Margie — 67 Weinheimer, Richard — 101 Weir, Melanie — 52 Welsh, John — 115 Wesley, Linda — 52 Wesselman, Mary Ann — 53 West, Harold — 57 White, Michael — 58 Widduck, Brian — 97 Wickstrand, Debbie — 248 Wiley, Candida — 67 Wiley, Hunt — 58 Wiggins, Debbie — -52 Wild, Rita — 51 Wiliey, Thomas — 67,1 10 Williams, Jane — 53 Williams, Michael — 57 Williams, Sarah — 58 Williams, Sharon — 53 Willson, Debbie — 53 Wilson, Denise — 53 Wilson, Kevin — 35 Wilson, Kimberly — 31 Wingenroth, Kristin — 57 Winn, Lauren — 260 Winters, William — 50 Wohlgemuth, Edv ard — 67 Wolf, David — 247 Wolf, Doug — 67,101 Wolner, Lori — 44,57,58,68 Woloshin, Sharon — 58 Woodward, Mark — 81 Woolford, E. A. — 77 Woolgar, Dawn — 53 Wray, Bruce — 98,107 Wray, David — 50,67 Wright, Carolyn — 67 Wright, Jon — 1 1 0 Wright, Joset — 145 Y TEACHERS — 142 SENIORS — 194 JUNIORS— 208 SOPHOMORES— 227 Yates, Roy — 50 Young, Doug — 70,259 Yount, Randy — 105 TEACHERS — 142 SENIORS — 194 JUNIORS— 208 SOPHOMORES — 227 Ziegner, David — 67,73 Zimmerman, Myles — 67 Ziska, David— 1 13,230 Ziska, Joan — 49 Zrebiec, Audrey — 67 Zurschmiede, Ann — 67 257 Acknowledgments It is finished. The 1972 NORTHER- NER proved to be a tremendous chal- lenge for all of us, but somehow despite our littered office, and those never end- ing questions: " Where ' s the ladder? " ; " Where ' s a pica ruler? " ; and " Are all the typewriters being used? " , we made it. The staff wishes to thank Mr. Dick Kennard, our Newsfoto representative, and our Ball State Journalism Workshop instructors who were willing to spend extra time answering our questions, and providing needed suggestions. Our appreciation goes to Miss Becky Richards, our student teacher, who helped us through two deadlines, and to the faculty for their cooperation and under- standing during interviews, class inter- ruptions, and in excusing staff members from class during emergencies. We would also like to thank Mrs. Marti Ripberger and Photo Reflex Stu- dios for the beautiful senior pictures, and Chase Studio for the underclassmen pic- tures. The credit for the cover artwork goes to Kevin Ludwig and Tom Peck. The type plan used was: headlines, 30 point Optima; body copy, 10 point Gara- mond; captions, 8 point Futura bold. The staff is especially grateful to Mr. Rod Cord, our faithful advisor and friend, who never failed to give us just the right amount of advice and support when we needed it. My staff deserves special recognition not only for completing their own re- sponsibilities, but for their willingness to help each other when problems arose. I think they would agree that the friend- ships, " orgies " , and office entertainment provided by Perk and Bernie Schwartz (alias the Naked Turkey), made up for the headaches, disagreements, and those " deadline blues " . 258 Northerner Staff Editor-in-chief Barbara Lawall Student life editor Mary Lee Jontz Academics editor Susie Root Fine arts editor Sarah Rogers Organizations editor Susan Rhodes Athletics editors Bruce Hamaker Doug Young Individuals editor Kathye Scully Ads editor Mark Kappes Head photographer Jerry Kelly STAFF ASSISTANTS: Esther Benrubi, Dana Madry, Tom Peck, Carol Sar- kesian, Katy Thompson, Diana Webster. SECOND SEMESTER ASSISTANTS: Pam Bibler, Sarah Bolten, Patty Franz, Kathy Koehler, Lynn McGaughey, Syd- ney McQuade, Janet Pearcy, Cathy Piatt. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Chuck Bruno, Mike Bryant, Paul Deppe, Kevin Doyle, Reid Miller, Phil Minott, David Stiff, David Wolf. 259 We are experiencing a phase of rapid changes, not only within ourselves, but in the world apart from North Central. During our three years spent at NCHS some of us become entirely different individu- als. The sophomore adjusts readily or defiantly to the maze of bodies he must squirm through each time the bell rings, and the de- mands placed upon him by his teachers and new peer group. The juniors pass quickly through that in be- tween stage of security, while seniors constantly struggle through their classes and homework, an- ticipating the day of grad- uation and their confronta- tion with adult privileges accompanied by adult re- sponsibilities in the world outside. But what is North Cen- tral if not a small scale world? With our vast, di- versified student body we have such a valuable op- portunity to learn about people. For some, weekends mean football games, mixers, parties, or movies. Others seek meth- ods of escape, while some find relief in hibernating within themselves. The variety of interests and activities is only an outgrowth of the varying personalities. How many times do we won- der about the girl we pass everyday on the way to fourth period; her name, personality, her problems? If we start now to understand our friends, ad- versaries, and the " freaks " , we might gain some insight into ourselves, and be better equipped to handle the prob- lems that lie ahead. It is idealistic to think we can be close to everyone, but if we learn nothing more than how to reach out and touch the lives of the people around us, under- standing their needs and prob- lems, and helping them how- ever possible, then our three years at North Central will not be wasted. 1 j ! I I I I ! I I ■I i i I I i I t 1 i
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