Northeastern Illinois University - Beehive Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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"This name change," President Sachs pointecl out, "is the highlight of our acceptance into the family of Illinois State Colleges and Univer- sities-a family in which we have been accepted as a full-fledged brother for almost two years." Students and faculty alike await the L,u'1veilir1g...vvl'1ile the band plays on. FW 3- E i x A X. - 5 . x E X Q ' ' ,gy 2 4 ' . . Q 1 Y 1 Q . f . X 1 s af' X' :f A: r 'V ' 93 . XQ J ,f '- l V Q , 'A ak Q QV xx' ,. A . msg- Nl, 4 . Q . N URTHEAS ,WJ 4 , LLINOl3 TERN STATE xx .V 5 I g Q P Q 5 A F 0 ' S S aight., lmitgtxisssakg ,stents S Q t V Kfeg?li5,'i4,'F!uNvi+,'iza L sg,1ng 1, ing isa is fem. ' ' "-'J89:31xk's'xs'z's'.'ixTU:'WSr':"n'x's'ipf'r'f9RH ,,...,igQ,gig3Qiss5-Qviagra!xgglfgegvfkimgz . , , ,Mpeg UU:'fsfri-'Ifiom!t!if:p,i':'if:ifi'iilQ119 X ' ' f -53.f5,i,efxf,f,f'w1sfsf 1 X l :F Q XA. 1' - - 17 K: K, , w V f' 'fy' v Q g " A 'V m -.1 Q , X ' X ' ily - 'F if ' 'Y ' ' sl Q 7 1 I K ' . 3 v Q 5 , ' V: x f ir , ,, fs 2 fr .A k iff'- - 1. 'f .2 . 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Dr Sachs has been associated with this college ever since it was founded as Chicago Teachers College North in 1961 During his first year here Dr Sachs served as dean of academic studies l-le was named executive dean in 1962 and held this office until 1965 when control of the college was transferred from the Chicago Board of Education to the Board of Governors of State Colleges and Universities at which time Dr Sachs was named dean of the college On October 7 1966 Dr Jerome IVI Sachs was inaugurated president ln the change from a city to a state college Northeastern has had to go through many changes Our administration and the Board of Governors have made the changes gradually In order that continuity from one system to another be maintained r J M-,m,Y ,W M 72 7 Z .4 W- Q 54 5? S 5 A, I 3 , .qkgfyj . Ez. A . I-. '1-w f. 4 Llbdfvxl ,' ,,.?.:Ji1xP:'xQ, eu, ,, D24 HY M - - -w ' M vw- 5-mu ' 3-.3-kl'ui"' 'lf -L '-Abhnfif i11Lv'4 2'!!! 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' 1 A-ng 'ND' 4 V, Q J.. -17' Q nf pq- TI-IE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY Dr. I-larold E. Berlinger Dr. Robert G. Bone Mayor Richard J. Daley Senator Paul l-l. Douglas Dr. Dena Faires Dr. Lyman Glenny Dr. Robert J. Goldberg Mr. J. Bon l-lartline Mr. Dean C. I-lirshman Dr. William l... l-lowenstine Mr. A. R. lmle Mr. Dean C. l-lirshman, President, Student Senate, represents the Student Body of the College. 'CHICAGO IURTH Dr. Frederick l-l. McKelvey Rt. Rev. William E. McManus Dr. Vincent F. Malek Mr. Philip Maxwell Dr. Charles W. Moran Mr. Richard J. Nelson Dr. Richard O. Roorman Rabbi Sholom Singer Mr. Paul Stone l-lon. Chester Wiktorski Mrs. Berniece Zimmerman Rev. Dr. Donald E. Zimmerman The Alumni of the College are ably repre- sented in the person ofthe I-lonorable Chester R. Witkorski, State Representative, District 15, extending his felicitations. 5. X A----f--- 1 i A in, i Q , 'A' T f 1 l 1 L pl ,1 Q3 ' .' li -is I , ' W' ' .5 Q . ak ' -2 , , '-X: K ,, - - l' lg ',. J' ' ' Dr. Frederick lVlcKelvey meets with President Sachs as the day's events proceed. Dr. lVlcKelvey served as the colleges chief administrative officer in the interim period of our transition from a city to a state college. .rf S if 35 -!'f' ug? Dr. Sachs and granddaughter, Ayn Dominique Bolch, greet guests at the reception. X401 'li ,Ay X . ...-...,.,.....,.f4......,,.a-...4.4...................,,-.....,.-..,.......-...... .. .Ama s....,..,-..,-. .,.,......... President and Mrs. Sachs pose for the photographer before greeting guests to the reception. Mayor Richard J. Daley con- gratulates President Jerome IVI. Sachs after the ceremony. 982' I 'r 'V' 4 3. f W I Senator Paul l-l. Douglas Senior Senator of Illinois addresses those gathered together for the Inaugural Ceremonies. l 5,71 it w f X, , K :L . .' af..- , ,. r ,g-.gage-5 l-.7535 ,N-1. f,,u, ' '2r1if'1'5f,l-.i1':f- .- SA 5':l3:Q1'.'f Y - .,.4, A I., , .. ..t, - -' -v..1"7 ,--.1-J er- , w - '5 J.:- , ., , ,Y.,. ,., ,.,,, -jf' 1.. gm., . a . mx, -2.,',,'.g,,g I-,. ' 1 4, N , ,MA ,, , ,v..., fffiuir ,, .,,,,-..,f ' 4 1 -. I M,-' 1.,.,.. ,.,.-.-,..,1fk-,v-f ...4 ., -. .-..- .fff ff, .f.. 44 , ,f --. V- .. . . A f -, V, - .- -J -fffr'-1-,sesfef me 2'-11:23 " I. 3. I , , - v AQ ' s g 'PCGS - H , gf- .-L -.. J. Qin ,,. 3:11 Q 'L K .1-fling :k'i!.'ff fl .Q 2 m In f, G A.-L fe 43557-:4"nff, K H f -L 15 A A A rw , , 1 l +G Ear 'Q I f " ' ., 4 li! A , .H ,W , Im J . A .Y Fi' A ' 11 4 W ' N 4 V , s.fn'. J 4 'Lf , rg! 5 L E A 'VA' u, -Ami I if -'INN s ,L?v""'1 f M I 14 Q' .9 A f ' . 1-.J . A ., 4' A , Q f '20 I ' M vnu-- Q ,QV -D Q"f Q g W. ,YF X 1 I. Dr. Dena M. M. Faires, Professor, Department of Speech, presents the Emblem, and Dr. Frederick H. McKelvey, Executive Director, Board of Governors, transfers the Office of President. Dr. Robert G. Bone, President, Illinois State University, Normal, delivers a greeting to the President on behalf of the other State Universities. gGVLLtuS CHICAGO NORTH c,,,, U if i fIiTT??f7I'i'x"""-'SR ' ""' 'N'i"'f"" "R f,fE'lf'If',L',5i ' w , 2i?i2fP'-ii 5, 'i 1 1 el-i of Chi Mr. Paul Stone shakes President Sachs' hand as he wishes the new President vvell. . , ' Q J 3w, ,f,-f e f - , ,,, js ?F4hv1 3. I ,a , - ADV: '.i5:'f W an W, ' - , ' f' . 3 i 2 I ' i ' if If V 7 K Q "" 1 4 .U ' 2. 3 pl 0 , V I I' fn it wiv? 1- -" 1' I ' 3 9 3' n 1 'gar y ' -. fa .V L!! I ' 0 v 4 . v ? Hu ' g -M I ' , D fgzzllv. ' V is Y t V I , , M. V - .fn-, , VV rl V f I , . V dl Q pn-N ...J M 0 9 '. rm 'fi' J' ,fr f X Q' Q i l f W ' ,, ,r ,wifi li 4-ut: -,fir-' 6 V? ' gl . M 9.-7, I, www, QA A ...Q X RIF , , . , ff' ws- Ff 5 ' ' - l N" ' , 5' K , , 1 xp .AAo- I ,NH W X ' , 5' I g -lg 11' mga.: l 4 . 1 gs, M, After the Inaugural Ceremony, stu- dents, faculty, ancl guests were given the opportunity to congratulate Dr. Sachs, at a reception nelcl on the South Green. , V Andy Frain at "a-tent-tion". l :.Q. Ag, Y- D HP 6 if' 1- ss. pu ,gm m,fa.4., , fnfwylgtnr ,, 1 xx ,W A 1 Mr. Paul Stone, Chairman of the Board of Governors, sur- veys table setting. Well wlshers crowd receptlon tent Reception under the "Big Top" The beautiful table decoration adds a touch of autumn. f'HA A A tyfid. Faculty, stuclents, and guests mingle over refreshments. . f' 14. . I , l 2 i Dr. and Mrs Some of thei- atthe dinner The social event of the day was the In- augural Ball held at the Ambassador East Hotel. It was attended by President Sachs and his vvife, his many friends, guests, col- leagues, faculty, staff, and students. Enter- tainment, dancing, and an excellent dinner were shared by all assembled. Dr. and Mrs. Moran and lVlrs. l-lowenstine stand ready to greet the guests. ' Dr. and Mrs. Sachs greet some of their many guests at the dinner. , . I I f ,, 0240 'f Z Guests enjoy fine dining and conversation. Dr. and Mrs. Sachs gaze happily and proudly at their friends -J X Xvl -7 MU.. f V lg- ,. zcrversdf' as Tflffiff' Dr. Sachs makes a short speech-explaining that each person is allowed one speech a clay and that he had his opportunity earlier in the clay. Mr. George, Miss lVlcCreery, and other guests, enjoying themselves during the Inaugural Dinner and Ball. CONCERT SERIES lnterloonen Woodwind Quintet lnterlocnen Arts Quintet opened the Performing Arts Series on October 19, 1966 at Northeastern Illinois State College. Tne lnterlocnen Arts Quintet is a pro- fessional Woodwind Quintet, eacn member an artist faculty member on nis respective instrument in tne lnterlocnen Arts Academy in Michigan. In its fourtn year of existence, the Quintet nas received continually nigh praise in concerts tnrougnout the United States. It nas appeared on nationwide Television and Radio, and in concerts from New York to Alaska. l ,SQ ,Amr-. wk? On November 3 Lutenlst Slrlgff glnals and Recor the past rarely r her own narraro program long 5 a-5 Suzanne Bloch On November 16, 1966 Suzanne Bloch presented a program long to be remembered by all present. A Lutenist, Singer to the Lute, and also Player of Vir- ginals and Recorders, Miss Bloch revived sounds from the past rarely heard on instruments today. Acting as her own narrator and commentator, Miss Bloch gave the background and meaning of each piece before its performance. Medieval, renaissance, and baroque music, as performed by Suzanne Bloch, could surely be appreciated and remembered by all in attendance at this concert. .., . . . ,A .,.,,,,..,.,g, , ,,,,. ,,.,.,. '11 ..-,li ,.,.,...-..,.-,...,.4,n......,L.Q.f....u..........,.,-..4,,...m.-,.,.,........,.....-.,.....4.,.,......,...,g..,-.....g-. ,. N-.,. M., 4, . 2 ,J . , ,,, , ,.-,-r,.. ,.-,. .- .. - Ralph Kirkpatrick Ralph Kirkpatrick, the World's Great l-larpsichordist, abroad now outnumber those in the United States. With performed in N.l.S.C. auditorium February 8, 1967. repertoire unrivalled, he continues to vvin the approval Famous for his leadership in the revival of the harpsi- of audiences throughoutthe world. chord and clavichord, lvlr. Kirkpatrick's performances On Malch formlflg NL cIim8'f'C ms Beginning W with his dabi Mexico. HPS the 889 of 5 Mexican NST In the follov- his studies i Juliard Scht Among his a Award and ti sure in the wi A truly gre shared by th concert pre: youngenthu: Mr. Blockspeak On March 8, 1967 the season's Per- forming Art Series was brought to a climatic finish by pianist Michel Block. Beginning his career at the age of nine with his debut in the French Embassy in Mexico. I-lis formal orchestral debut, at the age of sixteen, was made with the Mexican National Symphony Orchestra. ln the following year, Mr. Block began his studies in the United States at the Juliard School of Music in New York. Among his awards are the Ruberstein Award and the Leventritt Award, a trea- sure in the world of piano competition. A truly gratifying experience was shared by those who attended this final concert presented by Michel Block, a young enthusiastic pianist of today. Mr. Block speaks with Mrs. Sachs and guests. Michel Block A .T t . WN , ., 23? tx Xxx ,Q P ' 'E .1 5' X , , AW git Q, 41,10 X Qnggfg Q Q x 3 Nix .. , 1. uyj Q I ,mm-,X - A i' Q . gs K V ,,.. .Q ,.,. ,MM , QU .wr .,, .X My ' ef: E552 . zaigwf -.fog 1, S Q' K ,M -,gaze As I remember it was in the middle of January but there was no winter. 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'47 A -.,.......,, BV Z, 1 ni 7, 21259 1 I-IERE WE GO A-CARRELINC3 ONE OF Tl-lE MOST STRIKING FEATURES of Northeastern Illinois State College is the "study carrelsnthatlinethe halls. These carrels can be used as a handy temporary store-room for those things that you leave when you rush to class, . .. ...a place to get those shocking exam results, . .. Q? 'if 2 :fl cell yfll' Mil ll"'i li 1' .' l I l r ll 1:31 5 P Seqlle UCS. v N I F M5 g'p2,ff,?j1'ffrl Mx iii ' 2- 'FQ2 .ff-H 'v r- x-'11 XXV iff ..,pw- f Plctures In this sequence posed by Students for this Cplcture NotAvalIabIeb SGQUGFICG vi' ,Q V: A ' .S . 'V' " " 1. ,f-1-1 . ' :,,-Af., '. -' 2 Y "":-. -4 55" -:?" ifrcw. " " 5 f??z1f4-",ZfEEI?J1 5 1 15:2 5:12-rf, ',:fSh--Q., ' Q2 "yy, I Q, , l l I I n X .-:-n gh r .. 1 I r l i l l l I il l , ,g, l li 7.5 Q J..f ll' fx 151. IE! ,. A new sorority on campus is Alpha Rho Omega CAROJ, which was founded by Sue Gaspar and Dianne Lipkin. Chartered by the college on January 9, 1967, the club has a three-fold purpose: to serve the school, to serve the community, and to develop lasting sisterhood. ' ALPI-IA Rl-IO OMEGA Officers: Kathy Nobilio CPresidentJ, Kathie Carsello Cvice-Presidentb, Jan Nazar CRecording Secretaryy, Linda Batdorf CCorresponding Secretaryl, Sue Gaspar lTreasurerj, Maria LaRalermo CSocial Coiirdinatorl, Gloria Polowy CRledge Mistressb. Members in Alphabetical Order: Tracy Anderson, Janice Bartling, Cheryl Bentley, Joan Billingham, Kathy Constanzo, Rat Flanagan, Sue Floreani, Louise Good- win, Carol Hoglund, Carol Joerger, Mariane Jones, Mar- jorie Jones, Donna Kalb, Bev Koniecki, Jan Krause, Linda Kudla, Alice Kulley, Terry Lang, Diana Lipkin, Bonnie Lundman, Nancy Matschilles, Barbara Meers- man, Pat Miceli, Linda Mondschein, Liz Mueller, Maureen O'ConneIl, Olena Ostapchuk, Linda Rickert, Dianne Rea, Gina Rosner, Shari Rubenstein, Susan Schultz, Ilene Schwab, Charlene Solberg, Chris Szukala, Lin Trczinske, Sandy Turbak, Sue Walker, Tonie Wieder- hold, Kathie Yehling, Marcia Zdanowlcz. a 1 I fl I 2 ChiED 4 second 'af we O .14 students M, themselves. 6' 'V easily ldentmeg. monogfamf 3 W t6l'S: A-meamm serviceable, 355 This brotherhOC young men Off brotherhood OT f founded by Mile college on Jah members. Rom :W Laffy M altef I gliceseggenr ILT Fggriwaadeimi Ali 0 ' nd rthl StQVerE H RHQ EG -a, K Cargi , -x . Ewen. l , he 6555:- CVZNPEW Y NSCEVSC. ' - ET. l ":-.A , -it QCQ., -'3f'ES,5.i3'. af' KTELC: 2'E LQ!- :e'E M241 X if UE! rx. .:" 'T-.. . .. ug.: Ar- ... ALP CI-il EPSILON Alpha Chi Epsilon CAXEJ is Northeastern's second fraternity and is comprised of male students of this college who wish to better themselves and their school. A brother is easily identified by his pin which is a unique monogram, a blending of three Greek let- ters: A-meaning the first, X-meaning the serviceable, and E-meaning the fraternal. This brotherhood welcomes all scholastic young men of N.l.S.C. to join them in the brotherhood of AXE. The brotherhood was founded by Mike Coan, and chartered by the college on January 9, 1967. It has 35 members. Row 1 Walter Blga CBoard of Directorsl Jeff Klein Larry Marks Vincent Moreth Anthony Wiszowaty Donald Vincent Il l-larold Brun Row 2 Bob Wright CVlce Presldentl Anthony Rarente Roney Riley Roger Bader Andrew Codut CSecretaryJ Robert Farnsworth Steve Hitchens James Bryan UDVGSI dentl Row 3 Michael Coan Ufounderb Richard Ben necke John Cargill David Kessler CBoard of Direc torsj Mark Dlatt CSergeant at Armsj Thomas Schwab Rich Wechner Jesse M Branson Gary Samuels Gary Dale Stockmann CBoard of Directorsh . - ' , : , ' I 1 ' . . - . ' , 1 Y y 7 . : Y , 1 ' - . . 1 , . , - l . 1 1 v - . Y Y . 7 7 A . ' ' ..-...s..-...,........-:..,.h-,Q-,--4-..,t..a:..g1QLQ.-g1.t.ga.1+tt.2.:tiLZ-li-4.1,--wg!Lawn LLM.. . ...--..,.......,,..,......,.-,......4.-..--...A-.-0-......,-.. -sc 4.4. -.-x--u.-...-.--f'-1----'-f--+w--------P--+f-"-" Lui , """ . . . Q f , ' ' ' When this college opened its doors in September of 1961, the following musical equipment was ready for use: NOTHING.. There were no music stands, no music whatsoever, no instruments, nothing. Today, six years later, our Band consists of almost every type of instru- ment, hundreds of compositions, and enough stands to accommodate all players. Under Dr. IVlalek's direction Cnovv director of Graduate Studiesj the Band began to take shape, and now under the direction of Dr. Edgar Gangware Cvvho succeeded Dr. Malek in September of 19665 the Band is now an in- tegral part of the college. The Band gives at least three concerts a year performs at basketball games and pep fests, and plays at all the gradual tions and most convocations. The officers are Carol Glefke, President, Lester Keller, Vice-President Chris Smith, Secretary, Joanne Skarzinski, Treasurer, Norb Rozanski upper-class representative, Sue Gaspar and Steve Wisvvheh, freshmanl class representatives. termf' A ml dor1,Ann Wng , ef Furmar19K-Maufgf, Mary Pat Smul vi 5 . I i - chowski. Norbjfmu Muscle, WW' R I f 7 KurowSKh Ted 91 ' P :J 4, Christm- myfi GW' MW If J . , Ni. ,P ROW 1: L25 .a Wih - Q WHS fl. f -. li in-4. i PLVU, tif: all QSWGVQ ' 5D ln. 3 War Sident: Zinskl, Wiliam. Row 1: Lester Keller, Linda Evans, Buddy Cole, Judith Weismehl, Maris Demsch, Bonnie Gor- dgn, Ann Wright, Nancy Tarris. Row 2: Gail Nelson, Janice Berggren, Sue Gaspar, Barbara Furmanek, Maureen Bonneville, Cynthia Schultz, Gregory Sroka, Andrew Coduti, Mike Zucek, Mary Rat Smullen, Ronald Batterham, Robert Kos, Teresa Turner. Row 3: Alvin S. Orze- chovvski, Norbert Rozanski, Roberta Nelson, Marcella Sinnenberg, Claudette Gradl, Jack P. Muscia, Wayne 'Miklautsch, William McClellan, Robert Alderson, Janice Schoenfeld, Lois Kurovvski, Ted Rachofsky, Carol Glefke, Joanne Skarzynski, David Cambero, Ralph Crome. Row 4: Christine Smith, Cynthia Ramos, Teresa Dittrich, Robert Zielinski, Larry Muellner, Marilyn Griffin, Mary D'Amore, Richard Zochowski, Richard Bennecke. A .....av..s...v...-.-..,.:,....-' - '--f-Q-pcwdf' - .- 4z.:.:-....,...---C-4.-aa--,..b..... ' H- A v M k 1 Z, , , I - BAND DECEMBER The audience was interested in the fine singing of Cathy Provost whose number was "One Fine Day" from Madame Butterfly. y 1 1 it I 5 JD CCWMZEFN' ,l966 The full band affords the listener with a blending of sounds to please the ear... .Hlndividuals also provide variety when section solos are nee I. ..........,f.1-.4.,,..f.....s....,,.... ded. . . , ,.....,.......,.,-. ..............,,.-.,,........,.1,..., -s.,.,-.1-,Wa-Ac.g.:Li ....1:w.,r A. . BCDWLING LEAGUE Front Row: Kris Warzecha CTreasurerJ, Gary Person CVice-Presidentb, Pam De Boer Cpresidentb. Back Row: Mrs. Dolores Petty fSponsorJ, Nancy Johnson CSecre- taryj, Linda Lorenz CSecretaryJ, Pat Franklin CE3anquet Chairmanh, Jan Vojtech CReporterD. Third Place Team-The Tigers: Left to Right: George Boratyn, Marsha Mantozoros, Marilyn Graf, Jim Lewarid. I Northeas: mzed ect, League. '5 to imprg el Lava E PM at if Each WEE Compeiefg Wmch GFS 2 gfihermg Sjgizuer. A th 0UfSi: e 'I HHigheS4 fo' Cfedir 5? 7 dents. It Q9 Tuesdavyyg " i s 5 5 C L T BOW'er ,, BA- 7,-f-Y.,,.. . , ., L, y 2 I :A . -,Z 5 .Q X 3 - . 1 1 3: . 6- L ' Q. :I ,wr , if z . A - . If V .L 5 .E H ' ri , . v A 4 'f . 5' -. 21 ,. Q First Place Team-The Clunkers: Left to Right: Kris Warzecha, Marshall Sor kin, Pat Franklin, Pam De Boer. Second Place Team-The lvlystifying Nliniataurs: Left to Right: Al Gagnon Arden l-leckendorf, Jan Vojtech, Bob Pellicore. 1 Northeastern's oldest orga- nized activity, the Bowling League, is open to all stu- dents. lt offers an opportunity to improve your bowling score. The League meets every Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 P.lVl. at the l-labetler Bowl. Each week four-man teams compete for beautiful trophies which are awarded at the end of the trimester at the Bowling Banquet. Awards are given to such outstanding members as the "Most Improved Player," "Highest Team," "l-ligh Point Bowler." Bowling may be taken for credit if you register for lt. r Fourth Place Team-Gutter Dust- ers: Left to Right: Linda Lorenz, Nancy Johnson, Gary Ferson, Geri Wicldes. Q f s W Cf' 5 , my' f'w ,,, Trp 3Cf Eff ., 562' Spy ROW n,,7', J,f..5 A V ,f .V ,, M Tawi Gee Roca: Gm cvfn QJE6 Defz. ff' 'fg Y 1 l 9 ,. fm, K ffL I u Membership in the Mixed Chorus of N.l.S.C. ie 0 en JC al group rehearses three -times a week. It is the oFbject?velt?3tgijnegqE:ShdIrEi muele from a vvlde varietyc of musical periods that represent different musical types and styles, 'I.VOl'l'l the renaissance to contemporary music. The group has perrormed in. concerts at the college and at graduation activities. From .modest beginnings of twenty-one members the chorus new numbers sixty-five members. From its inception the Chorus has been sponsored by Dr. Wenzlaff. Sponsor: Dr. Richard D. Wenzlaff. Row 1: Zoe Schneider CRianistJ, Raymond Gunn, Carlos Gonzalez, Michael S. Netzky, Raul Leanes, Sue O'Con- ner, Barbara Llndell, Carol Kropat, Hollis Alport, Adele Tatro, Cathy Provost, Bonita Kopalcin, Roseanne Del George, Carol Sanders. Row 2: Bill Sinwell, Larry La- Rocco, Michael Janet, Sam Gallucci, Betty Guzik, Sue Grender, Charlene Taubman, Janet Mueller, Sherry Suger, Gail Fisher, Georlgia Kariotis, Kathy Nolan, Pat Dempsey, Peggy Rapa. ow 31: Greg Bauer, Bill Mayer- le, Marshall Sorkin, Ric Karnik, Gloria Kusz, Denise Bianes, Bonnie Brown, Iva Einhorn, Davia Baldauf, Genevieve Rafa, Linda Lange, Fran Krisoliefsky, Barb Baldwin, Linda Thornton, Peggy Stuehler, Sandra Na- laskl, Loralie Farkas, Toni Wiederhold. Row 4: Barry Gorden, Kenneth Wojcik, Gene Corey, Mike Dosley, Alvin Orzechovvski, Susan Wlodarski, Sharon Lee Sku- plen, Florence Goodman, Mary D'Anole, Kathy Schneider, Linda Luckenbach, Betty McCarten, Corinne l-lansen, Bonnie Draeger, Linda Carlino, Linda Burza, Linda Sculteure, Katherine Lambert. Q CIVIL RIGI-ITS ORGANIZATION Formed during the crisis in Selma, Ala- bama, this organization has since main- tained a high caliber of leaders and issues. The organization's purpose is to help alleviate prejudice and discrimina- tion through three means: lj educational materials Csuch as films and printed liter- aturej, 25 speakers, and 35 direct action Csuch as marching and picketingj. ' Left to Right Rosalyn Winston Rick David, Janice Stansberry. GEO GLU The GGCEZ5' -' contemD9'?'-'y I inge0gVEff".' 5 Motion 053355 speakers F EVE ities of the :ui interesting Sf-61' The club's s:-:fd I Egwhsleen J0lf?:y F p0dQnlaagIT:'U -s. 'L Ts N ,Alla i . and Sto eng. Oflal fer. .W -Ml 'N I Ein. GEOGQAP CLUB The Geography Club presents a vievv of the contemporary world, to students interested in geography and current events. Motion pictures, slide programs, and guest speakers highlight the club meetings. Activ- ities of the club also include field trips to interesting places. The club's sponsor is Dr. Ying-Cheng Klang. B b F ROW1 Eileen Nagel Rlchard Kwschke Mlchaelmletzky sorl Sill Mayerle Rudy Jackson o arnswo Penny Werner l-larold Matz Row 2 Gaye Hubbard Gene ema John Portenlanger Tony Abboreno Dr KiangC5I9O"1 rth ' I I . , 1 . , v 7 . , , V , . . 1 1 7 ' V y 4 Q , V 1 , V M , ' as - . Ms., ,,..,,.. ....,,..-Afff- Q,::,Q:f.:.- -2 l'Twas.Aae,,..L:.aQsm,gMu.-Q.. 5.3-nf. WA.. - an ,.........-,.. Q.....1..,..........-...-..,.1 -.-..4...,.q.s.M.u:...1.f.K.4 ca: -M---1 --ef . -V,' V K , -f , - . .. . - U - - . V I Q ' ooL.l.EelLJIvl L Left to Right: Dean Polacnek, Ron Battles, Carl Rix, Gloria Blasz, Janet Bagel, Susan Zangora, Dr. I-larolcl Berlinger, Vicki Jaskierski, Lynn Wilton, Jim Lovell, Kathy Czakai, Tom Gilbertson. l ,ij l X A lu I L 'P f I 1. '4 Al ' l l All 1 O 's 'i K 'Um 'o , .L 'R J. x .1 Y I . l The ff' theff 5- fr J same 3' grOlJD ' TheC6' of Dr, i' Chrofwff waS Ci' prOSV5' Victofli the V454 file HEFCE v IVIUS -I-he members of Collegium lVlusicum, under the direction of Dr. Berlinger, consider themselves musical historian-s. The group, which specializes in music of the Renais- sance and Baroque periods, is grovvin in i t A ' 1 g mpor ance. lVlany pieces performed by the group are musical firsts in the Chicago area. The Collegium Mus-icum presented-"An Evening Concert" March 30 under the direction of Dr. l-larold Berlinger. Included .in the program vvas one sonata, two suites, and a chronological arrangement of earlier forms of music. The most note-worthy selection was Carrousel from "A Day-in the Park" by La Noue Davenport. Other highlights of the pregram included the vocalist, Jo Ann l.oos and the accompanisnts-, Susan Zangora and Victoria Jasklerski A pleasant surprise was Maris Demsch's violin accompaniment to the Affettuoso from the 5th Brandenburg Concerto" to which Dr. Berlinger played the harpslchord - . , 1 g............:,...,. 1. -f ..f..,.1qL,1h4.4.,:':s::.ga- 1 , , , . ..,,.........w..-.......,... ,. V Y - f, v. ,,..wmj4Qga4q. H , , . , ,Y I I I If v un- 1 k I 6 142' V. li ' :Ii INTERIM Row 1: Barb Baldwin, Therese Kotnour, Bob Zielinski. Row 2: Sam Wagmeister, Vicki Logan, Fredene Pec- Interim, the student newspaper, is pub- lished bi-weekIy.The staff is composed of an Editor, Assistant Editor, columnists, re- porters, photographers, cartoonist, office manager, and advertising agents. The In- terim covers news both on and off campus, presents drama, book and sports reviews, and expresses the opinions of editors and columnists on pertinent events. All writing and editing is done by the student editors and staff of Interim. chia, Jeffrey Provus, Sue Gaspar, Kathy Kwasny, Mickey Sagrillo, Joanne Suvanto. The QfOCJa HHQVIE' ' pr6S9'3e?, . 1967 Qrf., atre, P " ' clude Le? Diana QW! ' V -J ' cis MZ'::JI Jennifef -f? Lynch. if Carni Saw x Schlltt. Interpreter' Dena Faires Qbject of tn in public so bership is 0 and contnbi directing ar. SDOnsorsnig stories, QQQ Ifagedyl Row 1: Mrsw- . Sky ioireczofll Presidentp, Le. IRecording ge. '3j'jD'iCi1v so-Q Or lnato , 'LI IIIQII. cies? ,K- N Nr I O p. I 66 Z x I Sli The production entitled "l-larlem Swing" .was presented on April 13, 1967 in the Little The- atre. The players in- clude: Left to Right: Diane Bargiel, Ed Fran- cis Jr., Marguerite Webb, Jennifer Lee, Mary Lou Lynch, Sue Mason, Carol Sarontakis, Mark Schlitt. INTERPRETERS THEATRE lnterpreter's Theatre was re-activated in September, 1966, under the direction of Dr. Dena Falres. Several years ago it was an active group called "Reader's Theatre". The object of this society shall be to give every member an opportunity to gain confidence in public- speaking through Interpretative programs for the college community. Mem- bership is open to anyone at Northeastern Illinois State College who is willing to work and contribute to lnterpreter's Theatre. All students interested in acting, writing, and directing are urged to put their talents to use. During the winter trimester, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Lionel A. Waisman, the group put on several shows, plays, short storiecs, poetry and choric reading which covered the wide range from comedy to rage y. Row 1: Mrs. Lionel A. Waisman CSponsorD, Sue Tobian- Robert l-lowski. Row 3: Carol Sarantakis, Susan Ryba sky CDirector of "l-larlem Swing"J, Cory Kovin KVice- Linda Rickert, Pat Miceli, William McClellan, Leah Bland Presidentb, Letitia Koziol Claresidentb, Marilyn Kroyer Shari Rubenstein, Linda McBride, Ilene Schwab Row4 CRecording Secretaryl, Joan Ladewig CCorresponding- Diane Bargiel, Ed Francis Jr., Mark Schlitt, Sue Mason Publicity Secretaryj, Kathy Csakai CProduction Co- Mary Lou Lynch, Marguerite Webb,Jennifer Lee Bethie drdinatorl. Row 2: Gloria Willie, Roney C. Riley, Juanita Provost. Mikell, Clifford Jacobsak, Cathy Gonos, Janice Bryant, , 49 f INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Left to Right: Lynn l-loskins, Debbie Whitesell Clfiresidenth, Lois Johnson, Darlene Kopke fSocial Ch ' , B ' D cs t J, v . . . . . JOZQSZQL- mme raeger ecre ary emon Christian fellowship, centering their atten- tion on four concerns: evangelism, prayer, Bible study, and missions. To insure con- tinuity, a national movement, called the Inter-Varsity Fellowship, was formed. The term, Inter-Varsity, was adopted in honor of the Annual Inter-Varsity Football Match which took place at the time of the national conferences. Ever since American Colleges begarj, groups of college students have met in N.l.S.C.'s chapter of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship was founded in September of 1965. This chapter has participated In Chicago area Inter-Varsity events inolu-ding: the fall conference at Camp l-lickory, Illinois, the spring conference at Lake Geneva, WISE consin, and a debate on the "God is Dead theology at the University of Chicago. Some of the chapter socials have included: a bar- be-oue and miniature golf outing, a costume gym party at I-lalloween, and a Thanksgiving Progressive dinner. NEC F. Ru I ROIZVV Raymq I Ron RII4 WSW fges SGW' , ur-ef -3 ,W S., Sfayeii 515 'Cn' ,:,.4 - '32,-QU the --,f"'PC. . r- Maw 'fef' I. ,g .f ,, f3tiOUGf '-r. 'y:nSU4U ' ' rf , ,riff f .f ' if , " fair? 51,-J' G jrGi3' f i, , ii 1' v r' A J' W' ff , j95f jon? I Gif, r' ! NEG I-IIS RY CLUB . ' R' K D ICI. ROW 11 Raymond Readus, Juanita Mikell. Row 2: Janice Stansbury, Anne E. Smith, ic avi Row 3: Ron Riley, The purpose of this clulo is to inform ancl en- lighten stu- dents about Negro history and culture. , . .WM . - 4. ful - f,em.+:t-14:.,.:s.:., R, . .4 , , .. , ,,.. h...,.t.-......,....,.,.. .,.. . ,WM . LAMBDA SIGMA ALFJI-IA AXA l Pictured above are the LSA Sisters. Row 1: Judy Fore- I man, Abby Silver, June Geishreimer CVice-Presldentb, l Gloria Riga CTreasurerJ, Patricia Zurauvvski CRecordlng 5 Secretaryli Mary Sue Duffy CPresldentJ, Kathleen I Krubela CCorres ondin Secretar Row 2 M r i p g yb. : a c'a 1 Chernovv, Leslie Moresi,ElIen Dardugno, Gerry Koppel, Pictured below are the LSA Pledges. Row 1: Joan E. l Dillon, Karen M. Suzuki, Rosemary Kelly. Row 2: Dee Schvvabe, Kathy Kvvasny, Rosemary Arndt, Carol Nitz, Joyce Teichman, Francine Westinicky, Kathleen John- sen, Roberta Lutar. Row 3: Barbara Lindell, Challis Clardell, Terri Mascolo, Pat Dempsey, Lynn Peterson, Linda Madigan, Donna Butera, Vy Kusander, Mary Ann Zichittella. Sue'Rost, Georgann Schmalz, Annemarie Motti. Row 3: Sheila Stumby, Sue Tarsa, Sue Makurat, Linda Lucken- bach, Donna Fournier, Genevieve Rafa. X ,ffiffev ' 'f The Met'-5'-I f, Me'f:e's Opefate Soce L OVE'Q:.:: Alive V . --5 lVPDC'te' 'ax Q Q 1 ' een Join- :e Challis -.-. .on, f Vary Ann ugttz. Row 31 ,ga Lucken- Mother- aughter Luncheon The Mother-Daughter Luncheon was held on May 7, 1967 atCafeChablis,651O W. North Avenue. Membership in Lambda Sigma Alpha is open to all vvomen students desiring to co- operate vvith and serve the College for professional education and social activities. Social Activities include: delivery of food baskets to less fortunate friends, gifts for overseas distribution, and visits to an orphanage. Although the major purpose of Lambda Sigma Alpha is to serve, social activities are important in this organization to meet with other organizations and students informally. The officers from Left to Right: Kathleen Krupela CCorresponding Secre- taryl, Patricia Zuravvski CRecording Secretaryb, Mary Sue Duffy CPresi- dentb, Mrs. Berniece Zim- merman CDean of Womenl, Dr. Elyse Mach iSponsor3, June Geisheimer Cvice- Presidentb, Gloria Riga Cfreasurerl. li Iillihixrl -.Ll Q 'i - NEWIVIAN CLUB The Newman Club of Northeastern Illinois State College is an integral part of the Na- tional Newman Club Fecleration whose mem- ber clubs exist on almost all major non- Catholic colleges ancl universities through- out the country. The primary purpose ofthe Newman Club is to unite the Catholic stu- clents of this college through a religious, intellectual, and social program. Members of other faiths, also, are welcome to New- man Club. Row 1: Therese Kotnour, Mary Zavacki, Carmen Seyes. Row 2: Mr. Rodrigo C. oonzilez lSponsorJ, Cynthia Terglau. Row 3: Bob Farnsworth, John Portenlanger. 'QW Q-3 blip.: ANL... 3 ,, Q'-YWQ '3 1 +4 ,H 'li ICI- -5 3.0 ,nl xb F Row 1: Ron Joyce Ton Tomilyn Ale Rita Bayser S. 3511 3 em llllng' '+ l ? Of the Ni uhQSe , ,gag . . :A -QV non. , if Ellfougl- 1:?bS0flne :f : .TlOIlC Stu. M: rellglousl 2, lllemberg 'he 50 New. V 1 C-A i G'-' 'ZElSZ i ,A N GRC!-IESIS Row 1: Ronald Orzeskiewicz, Donna Cohen, Luci Kojro, Joyce Tonika, Jo Dalton. Row 2: Yvonne Bolton, Tomilyn Aiello, Sava Ranisavljevic, Cheryl Spencer, Rita Bayser, Charlene Irwin. Orchesis is a voluntary club dedicated to the art of modern dance. The only qualifications for mem- bership are: eagerness to learn, and a great love for "the dance". Miss Victoria Woskoff is the sponsor of this club. Previous dance training or experience is not necessary, although helpful. Orchesis was founded on the idea that each member would learn new styles, new techniques, and experiment while strengthening basic dance foundation. Orchesis attempts to produce at least one show a year for presentation at Northeastern lllinois State College. .ssh l'W2lw- ll lg The Physical Education Major s Club origi nated in September of 1966 with Mr Gus Ziagos as the sponsor The officers are as President Maryanne Cummings Secretary PI-IYSICAI. follows: President, Susan- Roltsch: Vice- Patti Jean Ferguson Treasurer Carol Eionnano. The organization was formed to be of ser- vice to the school and to the Physical Edu- cation Department: an organization open to all Physical Education majors and any stu- dents of N.l.S.C. interested in the field of Physical Education. PEM club is anxious to promote intercollegiate athletic activities, to promote and present this field of interest to possible future Physical Educators, to win the interest of the entire student body, and to promote school spirit. Row 1: Patti Jean Ferguson CSecretaryJ, Paul l.eanes, Marie Kowalski, Betty C-uzik. Row 2: Carol Bonanno CTreasurerJ, Sue G-render, Maryanne Cummings CVice- Presidentl, Jack Fabian, Fred Manna, Pam Olsen, Chris EDUCATION IVIAJCDRS Faust. Row 3: Doug De Vincent, Andy Sokulski, Bob Sandt, Ray Johanson, Don Conway, Claudia Prete. Not pictured: Susan Roltsch CPresidentD. 4 4331-'M , i. vb J ,Q The Chartered time, Ufld Ziag0S, lf largest clu month, SP skating Dal basketball, table terlfllf many activi outthe year Row 1: Ted 3 Couzik lWom lWomen's Tree Secretaryl, M6 Collins lMen's tles lMen's Sec 1 i l l , Ellgfu if lf: gps I ., If ,, R .Je IDI-IYSICAI. I-IEALTI-I CLUB The Physical I-lealth Club first became a chartered club in the fall of 1961. Since that time, under the sponsorship of lVlr. Gus Ziagos, it has grown and now ranks as the largest club at N.l.S.C. Fun nights once a month, splash parties, picnics, ski and skating parties, as Well as tournaments in basketball, football, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, and tennis are a fevv of the many activities the club sponsors through- out the year for the entire student body. Row 1: Ted Christides ClVlen's Vice-Presidentl, Betty Couzik CWomen's Vice-Presidentj, Dolores Jacobsen CWomen's Treasurerj. Row 2: Chris Faust fWomen's Secretaryj, Marie Kowalski CWomen's Presidentj, Frank Collins ClVlen's Presidentj. Not pictured: Ronald Bat- tles ClVlen's Secretaryl, John Prushe flVIen's Treasurerj. f, ,. 1 4 M A , , C, Twezs""""""' X ff vnnvlmumvwnqqnmfy 1. ,, .':......,,-........f.1......,-Q ......C. 5 ,mag 'l '11 Q Q? 41'- ' E l PSYC!-IGl.OGY CLUB The purpose of the psychology club is to promote interest in, and awareness and understanding of, the science and profes- sion of psychology. tk .. IE' .Ag 3 3 Row 1: Robin Schaffer, Rachelle Karlin, Marcella Sin- Bonnie Cowen, Linda l-loobyar, Bob Farnsworth, Dr. nenberg, Name Not Available. Row 2: Bernard Cole, Pauli, I l STL EDL ASE The Studenl is a direct af purpose of tl the professio Activities in and guests will begin th- cussion on tl Front Ro W: Dafltler KSSCBQUU l' Star 3 J JD is 110 SS and DVOfe5. V i M STUDENT EDUCATKN4 ASSGCVUWDN The Student Education Association CSEAD is a direct affiliate of the NEA and IEA. The purpose of the organization is to encourage the professionalism attached with teaching. Activities include conventions, workshops, and guest speakers at meetings. Dr. Quinn will begin the spring trimester with a dis- cussion on the Teacher's Role in Guidance. Front Row Bonnie Draeger Joyce Teichman Crystal' M t N b R nskl cpresldentj Dancer CSecretary Treasurerb Back Row Lois Johnson den 7 Of Oza gggli 3 SIGIVIA E KAPFJA EFDSILON Sigma Kappa Epsilon is a service fraternity. Its purpose is to provide a vehicle where- SKE he 18, 19 evenirll by service to the college and the community can be more effectively rendered. By these service activities the brothers hope to develop in the individual a sense of group co-operation, responsibility, and skills in working in groups. Sigma Kappa Epsilon provides a social and a friendshipgroup which aid the freshman in adjustment to col- lege life. As a member one has the opportunity to vvin leadership positions and to en- gage in business and management activities through the business responsibilities of the fraternity. A member also has the opportunity to develop close personal friend- ships which endure over a long span of years. Row 1: Paul Leanes, Michael S. Netzky, Mike Janis, Paul Bill Mayerle, Ron James, John Berquist, Rich Conrow, Seavey, Frank lVlcGuff. Row 2: Richard Kirschke, Leigh Tomy Abboref-10, Bernstein, Douglas Engstrom, Dave Kamper. Row 3: k 4 N 5 Lind gunieiagghsl en Coleuoy 3 SKE SWEET!-I EART DANCE 1967 Sgilggg t-'heir formal-Sweetheart Dance at Elmhurst Country Clulo Saturday lVlarch , . e crowning of the SKE Sweetheart for 1967 was th h' hl' h, evening and the conclusion of the Sweetheart contest. e lg Ig t of the l Linda Gayle, SKE's newly elected Sweetheart, is sur- Adrian Siegell. Linda received a S5500 Scholarship to rounded by her court fLeft to Right: Susan Mocella, Patricia Stevens modeling school. Geri Colello, Patricia Arnold, Candy Massella, and , . .......-..J...,,,.fL..,.f:,.-Af....fan-m.: 4.,Q-.,.,...,.,....,m.,.u....1.Q..4......,g ' ..e....i....K...,,. ....-sg..Q.1,,,...5A..t..a......,.....k..w,.e-..,., .,,,,,,.g,g,5f'igg.5ggigr.q'.12,112qg.i25,.:.,--..5e544Lw..gg'151153..a-.-g.wm,w SPANISH CLUB The purpose of the Spanish Club of Northeastern Illinois State College is threefold: lj To promote educational, cultural, and social activities which provide opportunities for students to increase their efficiency in the Spanish Language and their under- standing of the culture, 25 To provide opportunities for personal contact between our students and people of Spanish speaking countries, 33 To aid the future Spanish teacher by aj providing occasional programs of special interest to him, and bb by keeping him informed of professional organizations and other programs not asso- ciated with the college. A Some of the programs which are provided for by the Spanish Club in order to achieve these objectives are: Spanish Poetry and Declamation Contest, banquets held at Spanish restaurants, full-length movies in Spanish, Spanish folk-sings, plays, the annual Spanish Open l-louse, and slides with discussions of the various Spanish speaking countries and their cultures. The Spanish Club also maintains a bulletin board in the Language Laboratory informing students of coming events and also announcing the programs associated with the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese and the Pan American Assembly. Spanish Club members also tutor the language, vvhich not only benefits the tutor, but also aids the student in need of help. Row 1 Bill Carson CTreasurerJ Mrs Angelina Pedroso CSponsorD Mary Anne Routson CPresidentJ Elfie Christiansen CSecretaryl Barbara Janus Cpublicity Chalfmanl Row 2 James Menconl Consuelo C-aytan Miriam Areyzaga Rosa l-lernandez Mrs Grace Abadin Portenlanger YSDBUISV1 lVT5tf'UCtOl'J Leslie Tovvbin Mr Rodrigo C Gonzalez CSpanlsh lnstructorl Row 3 l-lelene Stone Olena 0S'CODchuk Sava Ranisavllavic Carmen Reyes Therese Kotnour Shirley Crawford Chris Dudek John ,M l l I 1 'l ll ' 'f 137 L l 'NG Dr, Pedros l Officers-L Pedroso lSl Karen Zavc l ,fi '. l . el-Q . tx ' Q Q, 'A 'lil' ' ' I - - f . ' I ' ' . ' . ' ' 1 ' H , 1 l V -- P ' f ' ' 1 ' 1 A 1 efold. msgs mder. 'en Qu, lamgh bl by GSSQ 940 at S, me amish Jifetin E also .VS of 'bers Jdent ,- yfgc I If , Tiff MN? 'q ,c 583' 'P' H, .pa 1- .1-' ' Dr. Pedroso and honored guest. OPEN HOUSE November 15, 1966, the Spanish Club presented their third annual Latin American Open l-louse, in the N.l.S.C. gymnasium. The purpose of the open house was to bring members of the Spanish Club in contact with natives of Spanish speaking countries. Illinois' first circuit court judge of Spanish descent, I-lon. David Cerda, was among the honored guests. Judge Willie Whiting of Chicago's traffic court also attended. Dr. Calixto lVlaso, a former professor of social studies at Havana University in Cuba was another of the guests honored. l-lostess Chris Dudek said, "The open house was a most success- ful undertaking by the Spanish Club. Over 200 guests attended the party." Officers-Left t0 Right: Dean Zimmerman, MVS- surerb, Elfie Christiansen lSecretaryJ, Barbara Janus Pedroso CSponsorJ, Mary Anne Routson lpresidentb, fpublicity Chairmanj. Karen Zavoskey Cvice-Presidenth, Bill Carson CTrea- y f if git: i ,itat if 'Kwik r jx ws. U The Spanish l3anCll-let held at Mexico l-indo on March 31, 1967 was an adventure for those www A who had never eaten A ' T ""'W" N Spanish food. This ex- perience helped those of the club to under- W stand part of the eui- ture of the Spanish speaking people. 'Q Spanish Club Banquet Spanish Articulation Meeting Ori December 3, 1966, the Sl3aV1iSl'l DG- Lower Left: Mr. Ben Coleman, Assistant Professor in Spanish, partment sponsored an Articulation addresses the audience. Meeting. The meeting wasdesigned to 'ml9l'OVe methods Of teaching 3 'FOl'eiSl'l Below: Dr. Sachs addresses the group as Mrs. O'Cherony lends language in the high schools. Each mem- an attentive eat, per of the department led a small group discussion in which various methods were discussed. The groups then came together inua general meeting to discuss ideas gained in the small group meetings. Fez ex? - Fi ff, 53 1" , ' X t X l te rss.: fi 1 I I 1 """--f-s..,,.-.,, D K . UN 5 3 'CBB Qemedvlfl eduoaf'0n,, lege has lg tional, 59" .Children 5 CEFJ Club. of cultural. ria'ClOl'l3l f' intereSiSts interes I T UNESCO-C studentsar to organize Conference 3 I N '- UNESCO-CEI: As a teacher preparatory institution con- cerned vvith the international component of education, Northeastern Illinois State Col- lege has formed a United Nations Educa- tional, Scientific, and Cultural Organization -Children's Emergency Fund CUNESCO- CEFJ Club. Conducting evening programs of cultural exchange consisting of inter- national films, music, and other such interests, this club promotes the work and interest in UNESCO and UNICEF. The UNESCO-CEE Club acts as hosts to foreign students and other visitors and also helps to organize participation in meetings and conferences on cultural exchange. MX! is Q Vg Row 1: Marjorie Jones, Rosa l-lernandez, Joan Billing ham. Row 2: Anna Nliszkievvicz, Josie Nocula. af ' af? I .ff . .XC . K , t.3fA W 2, 4 ..,, Stage Players have become an integral part of the Curricular Activities Program on campus. This organization offers the in- terested student a chance not only to en- hance his experience in performing before a large group, but also in adding a part to his liberal arts education. Many adult dramas, as vvell as children's performances, have been produced by this group. Stage Players is sure that the future leads to a great dramatic establishment at North- eastern Illinois State College, one that can enrich not only the college but the com- munity as well. STAGE PLAYERS Row 1: Judy Dagley, Sheryl Patalon, Pat Patalos lVice- Presidentb, Viola Barardi CSecretary-Treasurerj, Linda Koser. Row 2: Mark Schlitt, Clifford Jacobsak, Gayle Jensen, Iva Einhorn, Nancy Panebianco, Kathy Wallin. . ,Q -:Z ., 4 4 I. rj A lf " - , i .- N4 S Tne Performing Arts Series of IXICDF-QTI-IEASTERIXI ILLINGIS STATE COLLEGE presented cluring tne past year the following procluotionsq A Onoe Upon a Mattress A Bill of Une Aot Plays The lvlisantnrooe Fuss in Boots Waiting for Cioclot 58 Tnifred NESS ilngtrm Lafkin Harry Silent liiiiams tcomb E e d K. Ti It 5 ,if u I F P -I!r"'1, 5, V, ,W V, A , Lady Larkin and Sir i-iarry discuss tneir future in a song. King Sextmus the Silent and Prince Dauntless figure out what life is about in a song and pantomime. Sigma Tau Sigma, a nevv sorority on cam- pus, holds as its purpose a Student Tutoring Service. SIGIVIA TAU SIGIVIA Row 1: Linda Cerkan, Jodonna lvlarubia, Nlarilynn Yount, Iris Podolsky, Robin Schaffer, Sue lvlocella. Row 2: Terri Sotello, Barbara Cohn, Denise Doyle, Marcia Witkowsky, Karen Carlson, Joy Pierucci, Bobbi Wildes. Row 3: Nora lVlcGuff, Marie Gebbia, Shawn Zalinski, l.iI lvlonkus, Chris Dudek, Donna Fredricks, Elaine Shikord. Row 4: Chris Smith, Elizibetty Donello, Maryanne O'Neil, Donna Klein, Bobbi Youngberg, Lynda Chester, Charlene O'Gradney. g The cratiC dent works tration The Sli full sc ricular affect Nortne Senate the stu organig i MA. AU A MA 'Ea' Mafllynn Stu? MOcella. fm? Doyle, . WCC" Bobbi VECCQI Shawn ra i-redricks, 'em' DOHGIIQ, Ycmgberg 5 ' S a 1 ' 5 . l li 3 1 1 l I", The Student Senate is the liberal and demo- cratic student governing body, which is composed of elected members from the stu- dent body and an advisor. The Senate works in full co-operation with the Adminis- tration of the College. The Student Senate is concerned with the full scope of both academic and co-cur- ricular activities, as well as the actions that affect the daily living of the students at Northeastern Illinois State College. lt is the Senate's hope that the power and scope of the student government will expand as the organization matures. STUDENT SENATE Row 1: Alvin S. Crzechovvski, George E. Gaertner CVice- Presidentb, John lvl. Podraza fPresidentJ Mickey Sa 1 g' rillo, Steve. l-labe . R - ' ' r ow 2. Stan Blals, Bonita Karat- kiewicz CSecretaryJ, W. J. Nygren, Diana Lipkin, Christine Smith, Arthur Jalove, David Kessler, lvlike Allain. Row 3: Janice Stansberry, Betty Tornabene, lris Podolsky, Kathy Kvvasny, Barb Baldwin, Louise Good- vvin, Karen Thompson, Marilyn Musson. l s..,. .........-.a...-span- 89 i i-....... .... ,,,,. -....,. ,.....,............-.... ..-1-4--.. P91 -ou' 'i 71,11 ' if-, " VARIETY SI-IOW Little Miss Go-Go" was a number presented by Rose Kovarsky. Ruth Kaufman and Suzie Katz sang a "Hebrew IVleciIey". .gsm '1 3' l? 'E nonly of threl differe Direct Torna Connie singers i saloon. " '-SSMW '- vs ' N. ,ax N' ' :5:- .Ss ' R'-ff.-NQQ 5'-. 5. :aylj-v,,.-:wal 'X af f " iowa: , Q Q i. gg, 'vs 'MP' x v. '32 .iefk gcjwg. ' A N- NN . X . waxy 43, - . 1. ss.. . 49 3555596 ,H -. 258' . igse ' x N '- ft .o N. Rafi . ,, , Q fir , X. -KH wi'fPfe,6fk!3:235:i be-'H M. isswgo' 4" , ' 5 su N. 9 If "N ':I?:3,p. , Q 4, A+. ': ' XV' Q Mft 1, ff ig- gr,-5.3: -,fi ,fs " 'S l , wg, ., ,-. Sv X r X X ix vl Q N' x 1 'Aj ' 'N. " ws 'iw Q X, . A 4 ix Eg U,-if Sri: ???5gi'Egi2f 'ggi-1-gggxu-:1,b ,Q 'f1mf'ixZ'A3k fst :A 1 -.-, 1 is ifbgggf -.-. - 1 ' 95' X 9 ,,,- 149 :Pg '-'i-'-. - . z l 1 ,fi ,. Q H . "f'.fi5ff...?1Q :.,.'5' 'TV 'af N., if "'WffWx uf riioify- I, 'ti' 1 Fx X . V ' 'Y . QRS X. - Q4 'N Yi, zz. if: .3151 Gift P, . X .L i 1 1 TY KDW On March 16 84 17 the Student Senate presented its first annual variety show, "Only in America". The show consisted of three scenes, each representing a different period in our nation's history. Director of the variety show was Betty Tornabene. Connie Erickson and Alvin Orzechovvski were singers in Act One which took place in a Western saloon , 'Zigi in Wah, Bob Zielinski accompanied many singers with the piano V .,,ff-'ff wil' ' l K 1C .U QEGSWWD of x. is Of the ablation on me Club ig .. I 4 u Gus GQODIG Who 5 .Which 5 few ex. xt O0 occa- s have 3 ,Q while i:a':. Penny ,im Lux, Mr Zlagos the head ofthe Physical Education Department carne to the Folk Dance Festival in a traditional Greek outfit to lead a Greek Dance iwkf Mrs. Ehrlich and Miss Woskoff check to see if the dancers are in the correct positions before the next dance is started. 1234567 .Q Upper Left: Pam De Boer-Editor-in-Chief Upper Right: Jim Foley-Art Editor Left: Janice Knox-Staff Member Lower Right: Ralph Morrison-Staff Member .1 ii! The Bei becoming Campus F Serves tc others tl- fo give those W tended U FO anyon ln aft, jgl- foflto E 'ng Wi'Cl'1 c 557 BEEH E STAFF F- Q" ',"E"'O9V F A The Beehive-Yearbook is becoming a major part of the campus publications in that it serves to show the school to others through pictures and to give a remembrance to those who previously at- tended the school. It is open to anyone who is interested in art, journalism or literature -or-to any who enjoy work- ing with others. R A 5, ,,j, V! fwn V' A gn. I 'ML ,M I ,ff 'au f 52 fx 511 af, 5 21,1 ,lgl f-129 l Upper Left: John Portenlanger-Staff Member Upper Right: Mary Theresa Tierney - Staff Member Above: Rich Prey - Photographer Left: Carol Pietrzak - Staff Member CHEERLEADERS Cheerleading is a new organization on campus. This is only the second year of activity, and already many changes have been made. The squad this year consists of six regu- lars and two alternates, a big reduction from last year's squad. The cheerleaders played a big part in the success of the pep rally at the beginning of the basketball season. Aside from promoting spirit for the Golden Eagles, the cheer- leaders support their school.They participated at the lVliss ITCC-N Pep Rally, they per- formed at the Conrad l-lilton for the National Convention of AAI-IPER, and, they 35- sisted the Physical Education Department in President Sachs' Inauguration. Pep, organization, and plenty of school spirit have been the goals for this season. Miss Pedmon, the cheerleaders' sponsor, has helped the squad achieve these goals suc- cessfully. . i 1' , .Z l 4 l X , , , , . Front FOWT left to fight MGVIS l'lOffI'1'13V1, FSVV1 I-Oib9f'1,Barbara Kosac, Gail l-lorn, Nanci Sinay. Standing: Barb Wendling CCo captalnb, Judy Prank CCaptainJ. PE The P99 1 baSKetbE branch Ol main QUVF 5chOOI SF team and ers and il' the cheef' Servers U me SDM QS wily, 'egu WE of lSer. Der- f as- Vliss SUQ- Npfldllflg PEP CLUB The Pep Club became active at the time the basketball team was organized. It is a branch of the Physical l-lealth Club. The main purpose of the club is to help promote school spirit and interest in the basketball team and games. The Pep Club makes post- ers and hoops for the games and also helps the cheerleaders get other students and ob- servers to cheer and become interested in the sports life here at N.l.S.C. Bottom Row: Iris Podolsky, Janet Gundersen, Cindi Rusin, Carol Slugg, Diana l-lorton. Standing: Donna Doerfler, Corinne l-lansen, Marilyn Kroyer, Ginnie Morri- son, Lila Winn, Barbara Krause. I J ,' . f , , lf " A i 3 1 '..L':'.1'5"I- IX ,,.,fwf, 'V , ' U A 1 I I an " 'Q " . ' ' - ,, E vu.-nuun-.N.n -gm l l l l PEP RALLY In order to get the old spirit worked up irm all of our students, the cheer- leaders sponsored the second an- rmual pep rally on Tuesday, November 29, 1966. 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"ki-. i 'mu NIA bg Th efnzm 5-5:2 ! 9 ,-ng: 1,3 an 5 'fs 41 The object of the whole show - the how enthused fans. ,f, 4 3 4 With the crash of the cymbals a most suc cessful season gets underway ...A Y .......-.af Y I - 1 1 ., A V A , I ,. T. , ,,.,,f,,.,, Y- ,,.,:,4-.,.,, if7.,,,,. ,.,-,--g,'--357- -gp 37- 1,-,-:ggi-1533-.mf-N - -ve---3-rs'-v -f" 3, f: ' ' f -:ij-Q---'1" 'f "' - '- - HY, . Hfrf V ' - , V! V A ' ' ' , ' ' . , A ,, . . 1' t .,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,M.,"'- 'w71.g '-:-::L..aivza..,e-f1QlIi.:.:z44.+vuu2-1-:,:b.u"' azisgff agar ,...,, .. ..,.,.,,,,.,,,.,,,.,.,,.,..,.,.......-,......,.,....-.1....4..: 4.N-:eases Mg.. .1g.1.... - 1- . N V K V v 2 U I A V A A Q i - 1 g 'Q I , i' i ii' Row 1 Mr Gerald Butler CCoacnJ Don l.au Doug De Vincent Rod Browder Duke Gunter Dan Mele Joe Majszak Civlanagerj ROW2 Dave Deron Jim Hess Pat Doyle Les Callglurn Jack Fabian Ed Zlka Frank Colllns Eddie Kunrt -mfg '- Q of .V Q it 'o 45 Dan lvlele, No. 52, scores a Seemingly easy layup fof two more points against downtown rival, Roosevelt University. 1 iff ,fl MJ' I 4175" if ' w 5 ' f :I ,V 1-V' ' f, f. , . Z' . , ' -H ' ' rv fr- R", ii u"'?l""'fs-fM,""i, 'S 46"-. '-'-'-H l -s V . . 'v rf: ,WH mf 3, ' 1' af 'll'-Q v 4 x r l Basketball, Nortneastern's first intercollegiate sport, nas proved to be a loig favorite among the students. In only their second year, the Eagles compiled a record of 19 wins- 6 losses. WH Q'-' Duke Gunter No. 22, leaps high for a layup. ,,,...--ff.. -uuuflfalvn'-11l"'K !"'1"""'5"',4'7r -,nerr N- "' ,........-ar' 5 . as W .vnu "5 ' 3lqW"'1.1-'f1 in 1 a :HE it 'Q ...f-""""., ff", .,,--""" M, , M Basketball Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. 30 3 6 9 15 16 17 17 7 10 17 20 24 3 10 11 ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC ITC 77 92 105 74 91 80 86 70 92 1 16 84 1 1 1 105 98 109 9 1 Schedule 84 Results . . . .... Purdue 70 ... .... Michigan Lutheran 104 ... .... St. Mary's ofthe Lake 97 . . . .... ITC-South 93 ....Roosevelt 86 ....Judson 79 . . . .... Milwaukee Institute of Technology 83 ,... ....GrandValley State College of Michigan 75 ... .... St. Mary's 91 ... .... 5th Army 71 ... .... Chicago Circle 79 . . . .... National College of Education 61 ....St.Mary's 78 . . . .... ITC-South 92 ... .... Judson 77 ... .... l-lillsdale College 74 Purdue Invitational , East paced action featured the play of the A , f Eagles this season. Here Don l.au vvrestles for , tvvo more points. il , . 'l l . 1 i l . . Individual Records 1966-67 , A G EGIVI-A FG 'Xu lTl'lVl-A FT CX-1 PTS AST. RB AVE Beck, Emil 7 8- 25 32.0 1- 5 20.0 17 2 21 2.4 Branson, Jesse 3- 4 75.0 0- 0 - 6 0 2 2.0 Browder, Rod 91-269 33.9 60- 79 77.3 242 147 78 11.5 Caligiuri, l.es 76-158 48.1 45- 79 56.8 197 61 57 9.9 Carskie, Ray 6- 16 37.5 6- 10 60.0 18 0 7 3.0 Collins, Frank 4- 16 25.0 5- 7 71.4 13 4 12 1.6 Deron, Dave 3- 19 15.8 9- 11 81.8 15 9 9 1.1 DeVincent, Doug 170-321 52.7 97-146 66.4 437 53 183 20.8 Doyle, Pat 46 102 45.1 31- 43 72.1 123 37 68 5.9 Fabian, Jack 8 20 40.0 2- 5 40.0 18 5 19 2.3 Gunter, Duke 76 163 46.6 32- 59 54.3 184 62 30 14.2 l-less, Jim 33- 67 49.3 27- 36 75.0 93 35 10 4.4 Koncz, Joe 4- 9 44.4 0- 3 0 8 4 3 1.6 Kunrt, Eddie 6- 16 37.5 4- 4 100. 16 3 8 1.6 Lau, Don 88-156 56.4 66- 95 69.4 242 63 263 11.5 Mele, Dan 92-159 57.8 35- 52 67.3 219 32 164 16.8 Ivlikrut, Jerry 1- 5 20.0 5- 9 55.5 7 2 8 1.8 Scnap, Glen 2- 12 16.3 12- 17 70.6 16 1 28 4.0 Zika, "Streak" 3- 13 23.1 3- 7 47.6 9 2 16 0.8 TOTALS 720-1550 46.5 440-667 65.9 1880 522 986 89.5 q ,Wi grid l ! L . Xxx. 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Malek, Dr. Vincent F. '.,,g,we.fA,4.p,A,a1f,g?,:,w31ff,rzi, rar v 1 .mfifg-f' f ff?'?',c.5'i'-2'7" wig, ,f Dean of the Graduate School , 'v'f'TT'igl:'f.1g-f.1- 'af Y?" 974 W' ' - ff-P-P"-:'?-f'l-"L ff.'L5'Sr9'5' r.f.,v V. , -.,,:.4 "4 1 , 141 ,- ,'i,'rl""' 'fill p'1Lf.LLf1i.'zf' rug f'.1lg'4. , ,,,..., V -A , Q' if 1, N455 T' you 1 it Dr- Cilarl A ' ---r-,ng Services f V ' A , . -Q-as 1271? Sachs, Dr. Jerome IVI. President -3 . , ,, -any ,V , I . ,V """"""""""""""' """ ,g1:,f,,-- ' . ,ff ,g,v..f- v gviln SML fiwr ,ff31.f,.,w1- .imma ,, A :gfkmj-'le i f ,-Q 47, , , V' Z , Al vvaxr ,f,, 'I ' :, ' 1- ' , . r ' f. Ai 1 I li' , . K. f . gif-51, i 'A,w,,.1' Wendell, Mr. Ronald Director of Financial Aids and l-lign School Visitation if lg Goldberg, Dr. Robert J. Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Dean of Faculty 6 P 1 Q i ET... ,,,,,,, i .W 1 pgs. 'H'.'1., 1 zz ., gf, ,, fx , f sw f A if 3 W 5 M 'WAV ' an i l i i l i l l 4 l i . Christensen, Miss Louise Braun, Mr. Vernon R. i Registrar Assistant Registrar il nhl D I ' i 4 O i l all ' Mk -g, ,lf . l I 4 -W-.AQ . "1 . Q o, A n . ,- I . 1 .5 -ww., , 'e':- ff I '51-,ktimkvx . 4 H. al A - l I ! L...- i H8 Duffie, Mrs. Frances R. Administrative Assistant Lienemann, Dr. William I-l. Assistant to the President ' ff Haas, Mr. Raoul R. Director of Placement Z Ruskin Assistant to the School N.- ..... - U , .f 2 Q .1 1 -: 2. ,V i ul - 3 A 1, A W f .A . 65" f-HA.-'2f's?'1 " Z?, , ,... 4f l ,i 45 fl R f L Y? l-1 Ed A L2 lil ffff f X524 if i . l L Assistant to tne Dean of the Graduate Assistant Dean of Acaclemlc APFBIFS 'f ..f'-f?j,' fy -4.71 fi ,fu iff, Z K A ui 1 f , 1 1' I4 5,14 f ' I 4 'z 1 ' . 5 ', 1 ,A I f s 4 f of 5 2 x A N H if n f N 4 5 i I 1 f Z 4 f -1 , ' 'Zi fi 7 1 7 1 7, Z , 2 1 R J ' 4r3,g,3.7" 1,57 Jw- I-lowenstune, Dr Wllllam Zlmmerman, Mrs. Bernlece Dean of Women MUSIC Anclerson, Mr. Charles A. Assistant Professor in Music Charkovsky, Mr. Willis Assistant Professor in Music Gangvvare, Dr. Edgar, Jr Professor in Music ,f 4 , ffm f'iif f ' 5 4 R I -""""'h"""m'fw X 1 I Vyln Mm, . 1 A .M ' 112 16552515 j?af??f'5Qf Q-V fiffiftl' 1 'Ji' . N '-G.. I I Be I J' rlin Mach, Dr Elyse u Chairmasir, fl Assistant Professor in Music I ivig T. Mr Char rvegsorl es ky Mr n MUSIC I nressgr in M IS Dr SSs.f msd ar J s. Il-ISIC W X ..9,,.-47' Berllnger, Dr Harold E Chalrman DIVISION of Humarutles 9 Professor In Muslc I vfbgf Schutt Mr Wrllnam Instructor In Music ani Nrcosla, Mass Dolores J Assistant Professor In Muslc Resseger, Mr Robert E Instructor In Music Wenzlaff Dr Rrchard D Professor In Music SCCIAI. SCIENCE Firoozi, Dr. Ferydoon Assistant Professor in Economics v' 5 'iibcayr Mann, Dr. John W. Associate Professor in Anthropology Remy, Mr. Anselme ..--vv"""" lnstructor in Anthropology ,Mfr W ' ' ,,,t ,. ,, , Britan Mr. Norman T.- 4.523 HV' if ,i Chairman, Division of Social Sciences, Associate Professor in Anthropology 'z , . fs ffifl ff." I gr .,,..-1 -va ,WZ , s 1 Kokoris, Dr. James A. Associate Professor in Economics Charlier, Dr. Roger H- Professor in Geography Esrandzel, Mrs. Rose C. Associate Professor in Sociology i 2 I ' l 5 J ,Y a f -4 gv:.1'i 1: ff A WS: ' ,X gsicf I - - f 7 ,Q-'19 . ,,,,,,,, . Kiang' ASS0Ciate Associate Associate P is N or In Econom ics gn gs. 1 4.1 f1f 9-uf 1: -',, , Y 4'4Q1'v-1 Klang Dr Ying Cheng Associate Professor In Geography Frederick, Dr Duke Associate Professor In History Moorhead, Dr Hugh S Associate Professor In History r James A rbgof I f FOSS' H fi NY P 358' 0590 50-006 2 K 4, 5, E i, , E g 1 :T -7 -1.-,.-., ,,,,.,, . us..- , .,.- ,.,,,c . ,, ' .-.t 1:ig:hfi,V.fTr3 fr KEY' ,, .. l+'1"' ' , C A 1.1 ff yr qw. 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Airgas? - - 'f -' - 11' ' ' T VA W fy, VW y,7,7 ,--, 535 Clark, Dr. Earl John ' Associate Professor in English Litera- f f . ture l-loberg Mr. Thomas QL lnstructorin Literature , - 2 '1 V, I LieboW,Mr.Elyrvi. Associate Professorin Literature 1- 1 9 4 2 " """'4fd X 2 Stro I ' VS. . Vef'1SEf'l.lCt0y- in Ass rblmoh D N 0Ci5t ' T, . De Sbrgfessor ASsista VMS M ture nt Profs' VJ Zier M SSW in 128 1 4 f wgffnp, x I X ' ns, ,JF f f V, .ww , f, A Z , , , ffffw, N. -c Dr. Jacqueline ,npr r ifgfisri l.iterature gf ','r.Cour1neyB. ,4 :fgig55.5rir1I.lf9l'abJf9 AMERICAN ENGLISH Collins, Dr. Henry E. Assistant Professor in American English Koohman, Dr. Thomas Assistant Professor in American English and Linguistics Seigel, Mr. Don lvl. Assistant Professor in American English and Linguistics Patton, Mrs. Dorothy R. Assistant Professor in American English fix L.,--'1 Strozier, Mrs. Geraldine Instructor in Literature Verbillion, Dr. June IVI. Associate Professor in Literature De Ville, lvlr. K. Dale Assistant Professor in English Litera- ture , , . , ....--.--,.,.,.-,s,s..e-as....--e...e .1..--:,,:,s.......,.....u:..........-........L. - ,, - -N . 'K tl iftsg l l l 5 SPEECH l Black, Mrs. Iva f Assistant Professor in Speech l 1 1 l3O schacke, rvlr. Robert Faires, Dr- Dena M- Faculty Assistant in Speech, Theatre Professor in SDSGCVT Smith, Dr. Donald l-l. Director of Center for lnner City studies, Associate Professor in Speech Stewart, lvlr. William F2. Walker, Dr. Robert J. Assistant Professor in Speech Assistant professor in Speech I-ff 'WU'- Ae ,- ' I 5 2' ' 1,75 X' w'4T'f?'-iLf1'fk-.',.' ' if P f wkgiQ11g':,r4, , f h A A if 'it A g or 1 ,g fi IVY' K., ,Q 543, Ju g, :Z F Q, , , "' 'Z 557' ' Q' Donaldson. l lnstructo Fritzmann, N Assistant Prof Hallberg, Mrs Assistant Prof fi g'-V, '. . , z 4124.4 ,as r F',Zf7""" 42937 ' ' I I iqlkg i f f ff f Q22 f f 7 ffl! K f f X ff f 7226 M 'iff fffgpf f X W ff X I if ff f XO WMQZ f1M.ff! W Donalclson, Mr Jeff F2 Instructor In Art Frltzmann, Mr Prank J Assistant Professor In Art 'N x., Q4 4' I? 1 ,flag -C-nqf 49' .Q-'wx vw 'was New fl v s Dr Dena M ,J r' Speech Dr Donald H f :mer Crty Smcies ,Mr r SDCECTI f JF ,:,cr1nSD99Ch l-Iallberg Mrs Clarloe I. Asslstant Professor In Art Loquerclo, Mass Anne I. Assistant Professor In Art Relsz, Mrs Mabel M Instructor In Art Wallle, Mr Alan Instructor In Art Yocnlm Mr Maurlce Assistant Professor In Art -'ww 'WV 6fK 'xii .-.'f" -......-,.-............s , , ......l.,.,... ......-,.A,s,.-.q--......,-has .:..--:4:-A--...-.---2--la-e .......,..-...,.,.........- N457 ff mv WMV 'L , in ffgfyfdf 1 A .. . . ...v....,...........,1-W -eau.. ....Lgg...,gz,.a,z.f..w--.tk.,-.Ta-:.-vxsaesaaf. M1 " Vvk KT' Aw-fn! Austrneim, Miss Bernice Associate Professor in Education Glockner, Mrs. Valentine Assistant Professor in Education . Kingman, Mrs. Melva F. Admissions Counselor, Instructor in Education EDUCATION Z2WW1SfYf"'f V A f i . 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Els-i f 2' W ffjify 1 .5 , , ':0ff'f'Q', .fl f if - ,g.,',g55.,,5,,' g ,..:,,k Q --f '-if-?,-2-Q: wrt I1 5 I .xi '74 Assistant Professor in Education , 6' I 1 w ' qi ' , if ,I Cy! Wi ? -if-2 . 9 'f 4? ffffw , 1, 1 if , ff ' 47' ff' ff I ' X 2 X Oyfffor fl Xfgfzli X ggi? y Vittenson, Dr. L.illian K. Associate Professor in Education Wheetley, IVlr. D. William Multimedia Coordinator, Instructor in Education Stevens, Dr Humphrey K Chairman Division of Education Pro fessor in Education 'rklffi' GN.. mf-- Q-:fzf ' Rappaport, Dr. David Professor in Education Widen, Dr. Irwin Associate Professor in Education Isaac, Dr. Margrethe G Assistant Professor in Education 12527 IDI-IYSICAL. EDUCATION ' Etten, Miss Marion Instructor in Health Education Kane, Mr. Charles Gi. Assistant Professor in Physical Educa- tion Meyer, Miss Betty Ann Assistant Professor in Physical Educa- tion "' ff7i,7'-1 ' "M 6 . ti. --i-an ' '-A f "iZ'Ail6' 4 . , . , a,11S.mf K I X . fi i H , Q wg. f , ,, Q 41, ' "i Laws it " ,X ' -"""" i IN, . Ehrlich, Mrs. Bettye Ziaggsy Mr. GUS Faculty Assistant in Physical Educa- Division Chairman, Assistant Professor UOV1 'Fi Physical Education i311 ff? 'A U , 'iff 23112 fn fi iffy! 'wif ,m,f,n' -i f,,,y.,ifwZf,,,,.Q , f fy, l, f,fg,ff7w,,fwyf4!.,2,f ,ff , ,. 5 ,Jia iff'-7'ii'7i ff w f mi" N 154' 5 ' f ' ' fain' .-. 5 ' if ji,-,7 V " 'rwxi' fam' ? 1 ' " ,,f, ' ,nil , 41 ., If V 'IV4 , Z 4 y E13 1 2 i ' 2 2 i i l . Q!1 ' 1 I 1 f ' f '- ffffilaiza .f P' X zf , Qff fl mfg? I fzzffgf . ' 5 ' ,' 2,5 :. ,X , 2 , 'Z 2562 'kv V, g'g'zi:g:,. 4 . f , . , Sf .G I , Q Y 'i l 6255255251 ' gf-ri.. -. E fb. Redmg lnstfuctc Niue-IIS Assist tion ant Pr' yt? a fi Afg , W K -f .f,, NX -0-nv Vw 'R If X V y rms W 4 M CA? X gig Zane? 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Y'3?5:f'f'3Z!. f f R 2-.-:5gj,,,ff.hf gf V , ' g.,,3,::g4f,l,g,'4,,,, A, - ,nf , -:e.-51,14 f 1. . . iffg'?Lf??j V ' l A J '-gl, 'yfzZf,g:L31 ,Q , , , ' , ' , l . e 7 l rr ff 432-ff,' sf W!! ,77,,7,Z ,,,,,,,,..,, ,. ,, ,,V, ..-. f :',fyglgff,f, , , ,Ml ,"',6 I if f ff f uf 4, 1 , ' 3 I I I W 1 ' I , f ' ara x I 4 W I I Z 14ml-. 'vw' POLITICAL SCIENCE I 3744, I -., T AM, ,.,-lv. s, 14, , 2- , 4, . 'L ,7mF,5,x, ,J r If pl , . , 1 N UL ,V I ,.V ,, , ., - - Q M. - . ,lbs 'iffgx-xi X 5 r ' 'f ' I i 1 I I I ' I 1,1 , "1 Liv N ,v"""' I Q qi 35' I fqgw ', Q gf . ,, .J 'V J' 'fti ,X I +1 ', ix . . K ' ' ' . I 'I 1 . f . A, I ,A , . ,. , , x .' X i 7 ' fl I-li E. -X Q, , .. , i I 'X , ' ' 1 t . i.c ,.. Freeman, Mr. I-Iardy Instructor in Sociology Farr, Dr. Thomas S. Professor in Political Science Varophas, Dr. Kusol Assistant Professor in Political Science Frederick, Dr. Edris Associate Professor in Political Science Welty, Dr. Paul S. I Professor in Political Science ,II Palmieri, Dr. Lucien Professor in Philosophy Wardy, lvlr. Ben-Zion Assistant Professor in Political Science Sabin, Dr. Arthur J. Assistant Professor in History , , ,gr 49305 I36 Pro ,I I I I I I A Chair-m. Prgfesg T -.L :- ., A . x," -'ll S-L. -,r 1 4 NA Bachrach, Dr. Joseph Professor in Chemical Science Dobbs Dr Frank W Chairman Division of Natural Sciences Associate Professor in Chemistry l Eh fafmf' HERBWJUL' ' SPECWEK C-I I l Mason, Dr. Donald F. Associate Professor in Chemistry Groenier, Dr. Willis I.. Professor in Chemistry 1521 " W for 'fc " i -2,1 f -- Crosby, Dr. Percy Associate Professor in Physical Science-Earth Science Forslev, Dr. Albert Associate Professor in Earth Science Clarkson, Mr. Miller B. Speltz, lVlr. Peter G. .JM-rfb l W1 is ' M ' 1 Us --X rr' --N .., s '-gf' ' .,, l38 Associate Professor in Physical Sci- el'1Ce Gilbert, Dr. Robert L. Assistant Professor in Physics , """'-Qu , Assistant Professor in Physics Crean, Dr. Joseph G. Associate Professor in Biological Sci- ence Gallagher, Mrs. Valerie Z. Assistant Professor in Biological Sci- ence l.amp, Dr. Herbert F. Professor in Biological Science Wiercinski, Dr. Floyd J. Professor in Biology FW l l ron A ASS0Ciat i ASSOC- ment 'ate' X PSYC!-ICDLOGY K! . Jaede Z. r 5cc.gce Sc! ef:-aft F. 4:3 S5565 f iioyd . 5000 H I ,Q-Q' MN.- Aronov, Dr. Bernard M. Associate Professor in Psychology Ellis, Dr. Ruth Associate Professor in Human Develop- ment Wbgtg, ff VW! X f Wk A Ze Qi. W , R35 4 ff 4. 1 f ,A , , was 4 ,af 55 , , ,WZ 5, fn.. N f 1 fs 7 f 0 2 ,e Q fx f f i i: 1 1 fi ',.-f,, .. - N w ff Q fi - -r'- - Q . f1'c'.4-w., " wwf.. if , . 1 , if , .. ,IQ Q , ..,i -. It i Q . 4 , , , :V ' .-Vi, V - . 417: , -Gif: ' -yfteirz-.2 5 vi' V: N ,S Q... :. ,, ww Q, .x-. lim- 2,-: . I-O05 D F K M V. X 1 V- Van - Associate Professor in Psychology .2-2 V, Gordon, Mr. Arnold W. , Assistant Professor in Psychology i ' l . - ' .1 ii ' ' 4 . ff ii if , Q if if i i 1 Fi do . 5 .4 L, - f - i I? . ,. a 5 i Lg i i il - r gl gl E li i i i ii ll i Kirk, Dr. R. Bruce Chairman, Division of Human Personality, Professor in Psychology l i39 .-af jw 1- . 'Y"':-4,1-2 . '- l www 1 l "'f.wfg' ' ,ist 'f5'?l't l mg K . 3 I ff ' X ff fi , My f fi 4 'ssh . Q la 'f I , -1:50342 IF: Khan, Dr. Rafi Associate Professor in Psychology Rosenthal, Dr. Vin Associate Professor in Psychology Paull, Dr. Donald Assistant Professor in Psychology Temkin, Mr. David Associate Professor in Psychology ., , 1,4 ,,1x2',,,, " Wi fi" f ., 'gf' ' ' 2' fm, 'W 1 7 ?f ,iz .V flag.: a ""',' , . .A-n w f,! 1 LIBRARY SCIENCE Aber, Miss Jeanne M. Assistant Professor in Library Science Black, Mrs. Sophie K. Assistant Professor in Library Science Cl if L I Cacnarelis, Mrs. C. Jane Instructor in Library Science 4-5' Lowery, Mr. Oswald W. Instructor in Library Science Mistaras, Miss Evangeline Assistant Professor in Library Science Jen, Mr. Albert C. Y. Instructor in Library Science Otte, -Mrs. Maxine Assistant Professor in Library Science I f. .wow aff, I 1 M fW.4,,yQyf.w5 wr f, f EMM., W, , . wc, . I Levin, Miss Marian Instructor in Library Science McGregor, Mr. James W Instructor in Library Science White, Mrs. Dorothy L. Instructor in Library Science Charanian, Mr. Ted R. Research and Evaluation, Assistant Professor in Learning Services Chouinard, Mr. Carroll Public Information Officer, Assistant Professor in Informational Media ,V ,, ,f ,yjgfg ,. ' Q. . f L, ',:,,L,,,.. , ,. P REND 221 222 REERY 225 I I I 1 McCreery, Miss Dorothy M. Academic Counselor, Instructor in Coun- seling Raymer, Mrs. Donna R. Academic Counseling, Lecturer Behrendt, Miss Barbara Academic Counseling, Instructor in Edu- cational Counseling a if , if f On Cer StL tiolj Lin at The ter the 'curl resl city to L all p nize atta 1 I i. ,Va , .V .3 I , I ,L-XQ I lil, . . o Ceftoll .'-.. ' LS' 1, ,. -72-u Xe "EN: -- of I , Jw - 1 l ,S 9 'Y' is ,cfzry V. f:'r,ct:' ' "1 5 jqrri '- vig -?I'J? 35 Eafzafe , f :"',Z'3"15 -,X The Center for INNE of Y ST DIES On August 1, 1966, the Center for Inner City Studies began opera- tion in the Abraham Lincoln Centre, located at 7OO E. Oakwood. The purpose of the Cen- ter is to help improve the life chances of cul- turally disadvantaged residents of the inner city by helping teachers to understand the over- all problem and to recog- nize effective means of attacking it. Bailey, Mr. Donn F. Instructor in Inner City Studies Beck, Dr. Armin Associate Professor in Inner City Studies Arnez, Dr. Nancy I.. Associate Professor in Inner City Studies 44 The grac gree The Iovvs ID vvl fron The offe ers I who and The new teaq 'Sms Con: polo iltgri in an Ing F Dum Ceni I'3l'Iin UGIIII F 1 Smqms Aflhln ne Xaffyl. lnne Cty SmIth Dr Donald H D ector of Ce te fo lnne C ty St d es Assoc ate P ofessor nSpeech The Inltlal efforts of the Center are two graduate programs by whlch master de grees may be earned In Inner Clty StudIes The flrst the ExperIenced Teacher Fel In whlch twenty fIve experlenced teachers from throughout the world are enrolled The second program IS an extended day offerIng of a sImIlar nature but for teach ers who are In servlce durlng the day and who pursue graduate work In the evenlng and on Saturdays The currIculum In Inner CIty Studles IS a new and experlmental approach to urban teacher educatlon Deslgned to solve prob lems of Inner Clty teachlng the program conslsts of courses In educatIon anthro pology hIstory psychology SOCIOIOQY lIterature and communIcatIon In addItIon to the graduate teacher traIn Ing programs the Center works to Improve language InstructIon for dIsadvantaged DUDIIS All of these studIes enable the Center to offer unusual opportunItIes for an Intlmate VIEW of the culture of poverty 5 f Q -' 'K - Q, , 5 ' . - S ' ' ffl? -I -' .c ' . v -- an A . . - 5 I ' I I ' U7 I 1 ' ' U ' . 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Library Clerk Tokarsky, Miss Donna Data Processing Operator Toppel, Mrs. L.ilIian Physical Education Secretary Weioh, Mrs. Jean Admissions Office Secretary Weinberg, Mrs. Andrea Humanities Division Secretary on 4th floor Winters, Mr. Robert I-l. TV Cameraman 1 153 fi 1 i ln fi li CURRICULUM The passing of Illinois Teachers College Chi- cago-North brought an end to the big six hour Curriculum and Instruction in the Ele- mentary School class. The course con- sisted of four two-hour classes in methods of teaching Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Mathematics, and a one hour class, Curriculum of the Elementary School, with Dr. Humphrey Stevens, chairman ofthe Education division. Students may novv take the methods courses separately with two hours of credit for each. M-W! Stu in E mal wri' der N VQHQU ' '-usb? Chl- - : mg six . the Ele. ixllfse Con v in met'-10 ' -Xi ds A S'50Cia1 use Ofle hour .afy Scho aw on fl' 'UW take :I With r Q ff. 'n 1 I e X ' . . 'QNX ' ,- ' - 3 N Q' X FQ ' Q- , . -..mw XX,-,L txbxxtf it X Y V eetst - X K ' ' llseqwisxil X x Q AZ' Students take the role of teacher in Science Methods, while class- mates ancl Mrs. Valerie Gallagher write evaluations of each stu- dent's lesson. . YN' l ww fir 1 V.,. rf 'EQ S z i l The April Commencement saw 106 ITCC-N students receiving Bachelors degrees in- cluding 2 Bachelor of Education degrees and 104 Bachelor of Arts degrees. Also at this commencement 6 Master of Education and 15 Master of Arts degrees were received. Valedictory address by Barbara lVlarie Deane. APRIL 19, 1967 COIVIIVIENCEIVI ENT .5 5 gf? il 57 4 fi Q 1 wg 51 5.55 i f frf .fr , ffff, .mi. 14 . iv , - f A f if ,fr l 1 ' 2' ' 4" f 5 4 ie' ' f I 'V V ,if 1 ali Nfqfl DV- Jr the g prihc franc Cflni and A ..i'5fEE3 ins ., A Q QGSSVGQS -' MSO at .Q f:'CatlOn ' 'b Were - 19, .96 ENT Dr. Jerome lvl. Sachs, President of the College, greets the graduates. Principal speaker, Rene Allewaert, Cultural Attache of France for tne lvliddlewest, delivers an address on "Contemporary Trends in Modern Education: French and American." APRIL GRADUATES Bennett, Rena l Berg, Carol A. Civil Rights Organization, Red Cross Club CF-lresidentb, Physical Health Club, Senate. Bush, Bernetta Negro History Club CPresiclentJ. Bieber, Sharon Anthropos, Art Club, Chorus, Pep Club, Psychology Club. Biga, Kathleen M. Lambda Sigma Alpha, Student Educa- tion Association. 1130 :LC Bp.K:l'leenlL 1 1-f"!5d'I-3U.Gf"' I ttf Butkus, Linda C. Chorus, Russian Club. Comm, Vicki B. Daytz Harvey S Dean's Honor List, Lambda Sigma Al- pha, Spanish Club. David, Barbara Dean s Hugh Honor List Physical Health Club Cooper, Fern A 6 , . . I . I i l 1 l 7 ' LE Ephraim, Janet M. A , ,,9 Deane, Barbara M. Chorus, Inter-Varsity, Physical Health Club, Dean's High Honor List, Library StudentAide. ,,,.,.N, f ff Q W ', - "k:: '.+ ii i lll.. Q i . ff ' 4 Qyf, J l'lr . , rlrlrll I ,fl f, '4-1- f I Mizz: MQW WW f ff XM f f f f ff ,X X ff. fL,W ,ff 1 X f f 1 , , ff f ilri, . z f ' . f , gf 5 ff gg ,g" yy.. ,-fp' 1 f ff, ff, ' iii! , ff 4 ,Mg 59 f7fZ,f,I:f"'f ' ff!! 'ff , 'rfh f ff' f " f 1' -, 1 'v, " , Yi," f :, f 224 2-,f Dixon, Donora A. Geography Club CSecretaryJ, lnter- Varsity, Physical Health Club. DiCristofaro, Orrie E. Chess and Checkers Club, Newman Club fPresiclent, Vice-Pres. and Treas.J, Physical Health Club. r l Feld, Marilla Anthropos, Spanish Club, Helped with translations into several foreign Ian- guages. , 'Q f , , . l 4 ? L, 'Slim Cgpvesh 4-Q and Trees Frum, Gall S Goldberg, Allce R Ftlillarila Dtdlir :UB Helped with s FCC ge-,ary foam lan, Ifx' L Gagnon, Alfred J Bowlmg League Concert Series CCha1r manl Chess and Checkers Club Clvll Rlghts Organlzatlon Interim Physical Health Club Senate Geracl, Norma L. Geography Club Ganas, Georgette D Hilberg, Nancy H. Chorus, Lambda Sigma Alpha, Physical Health Club. Goldberg, Phylis R. Dean's Honor List Goldmeier, Harold International Affairs Guetzlaff, Janice S. Bowling League, Chorus, Lambda Sigma Alpha, Physical Health Club, Student Education Assn. Hersh, Janice Marcia Miss ITCC-N 11965-19667, Physical Health Club, Student Tutoring Service. Kane, Rosemary I. Art Club, Chorus. Jasen, Karen M. Stage Players KSecretaryD, Senate CTreasurerJ, SELF, United Nations Club. Johanson, Lynn C. Lambda Sigma Alpha, Spanish Club, Student Education Association. Kaiser, Anita J. Instrumental Activities Kelley, Denise A interim ,f Y .. X . -Y .-. A... ---.---A -YVY-Y --V ----- -------an We-ffi-1----- -'W V--V -fnf H: A, f' , . if---i--ff - ,rg.van--:peer-1-e:z'Wf1f-' vm- ' i Kregg, James F. Sigma Kappa Epsilon. Kostiuk, Lydia Inter-Varsity, Physical Health Club, Russian Club CPresiclentJ. Lane, Jaclynn M. Math Club, Physical Health Club. Kopff, Susan P. Lidl, Nancy D. Dean's Honor List. I66 f l in Anthropo tory Club, -rx A -. WK 4, .. v xi 3 ,W l X 2 Kam' Susana ud.Ns1cyD' Qhrl'l'EfCfU5t- Loeb, Karen Anthropos, Literature Club, Negro His- tory Club, Stage Players. Markou, Joan B. Lofgren, Barbara L. Interim Lux, Briggite Logan, Charlotte Kvickib Bowling League, Interim CEclitor, Office Manager, Photographerb, Physical Health Club, Student Education Asso- ciation. l l l Morse, Barbara E. f ,fl F , I I --'--' , 1sa,:::-Q: W- 5 V Izffe-mm al- -V-fa-M fswfwfwal WWMW. ..-.N,.A, .V . . asm , , V.. W NM, W ,NA ws-Q9 M Xl 4 Q9 4 , Q :. fi N Wi 5 as aiaa a l 'xL 1 ' ' W , f flf ,v ia ' -ff ':f:i,4u.f ,f:rf': N45 K ' ' 9 if 5 .D 5- XQBXYX x ,X Xg vgi K X vsfxxszx X Q XX lx KV . V X X x X x i Q X ASQQX 1 YYY is if f N X2 Y F31 Q lx M 0 X ir A 0 if X Q X W, X if X YK X X Pffgxx V924 IS, , w A W ' ' 4 41 f f X 4 li "Q Q . ,'3l'fl f Q, N x . 1, SQ Q, - X S 1 f f bffxx i75':5 5 l Yi 5 f y E E4 x xw w X CNW? 5 4 1 f X x X f 5 f x f g QQ ' A N iff 1" f iifffzilf, N N X X K, , 'MN N. 'I .Q may . .9 if or . , aaaa , , , lf --If,-21,-"' 5,"i X QQ ,g.,,,-421 7. .,v..?Q,f-V Meyer, Carol M. Art Club, Chorus, Physical Health Club, Senate. Oye, Claire E. Morse, Bonita M. Pallas, Stella Art Club CVice-Presidentj, UNESCO- UNICEF. Civil Pole interim, I: bxgswffam. 1 L 1 l Hifi . Plas, Stela uc+9'1wertl. Wesco Patt, Antoinette F. Civil Rights Organization, Physical HealthClub. Polakoff, Lois J. Interim, Physical Health Club. Peterson, Lila D. Art Club, Spanish Club. Piltz, Pearl Dean's Honor List, Physical Health Club. Phelps, Laura P 1 542 244 W XZ! ! -Q WWWQ I VV IW4. X 4 ffffff f , , ... 72,519 2-ff ,V I , ffff a x ' If f ffyfz ffe ' im W .aff 7 4? 4. gf K X o wi , 1 iw'f'f44 '4 A,, A . , l 7 .A,., 2 w.i2:f5'.3avf'f f fiim' .,,1 , ' g f ' 42332 ww- ff-,,m.g. ,. .. 71 1 f , g 4 , ,, ' if 69 PM fi if qw '- gl, V .1 Qi vf kq' W M. Rapaport, Rosalyn R Shalloross, Joan A Bowling League, Math Club ,, l 5 1. li We web Maria Dv-.s Gmgdil EA , r'-ff' , :ffm plc' 151,541 Thomson, Jill E. Westinicky, Francine C. Lambda Sigma Alpha Wagner, Jill R. Physical Health Club, Spanish Club, Stu- dent Tutoring Service. Zavoskey, Karen A. l r f l Tracy, William E. Jr. ! AUGUST GRADUATES T- ygii I H7f7ff':-wrt?'1S1fT'i,'ftif?Yf1,r':?f""27' ff " ill is l y f .X ,,.,,, 5 N .V Q.. A H .M , 5 any rolling' x- f V ' ' 1 w f ' J '. 'i ' , r -' ' , , 1 - t 5 'l' g .,, I' .5 -.W , V, ,3.521.s' Baran, Richard M. Physical Health Club. Areyzaga, Miriam E. Chorus fTreasurerJ, Inter-Varsity, Physi- cal Health Club, Spanish Club, Student Tutoring Service. Bechen, Dolores E. W .4 -,,, , ,.u.JLff Alonso, Misael Spanish Club, Student Tutoring Service. Blais, Stan G- Dean's l-lonor l.ist, Group DY"'ami'fsH Senate, Senate Variety Show, Spams Club, uNEsco-uNlcEF lPreSIdef"f7- 1 I .Iwi ., uno- Misaei Bonser, Lana M. 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