Northeastern Illinois University - Beehive Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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Tilton, Robert- Tonika, Ellen-Art Club. ill Urynowicz, Natalie-Dean's Honor List, lnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Usen, Carole-B o w l i n g League, Group Dynamics. Velez, Nilda- Veto, James W.-Baseball, Basketball, Dean's Honor List, Muse, Phi Theta Kap- pa, Photography Club, Scuba Club. Vetrano, Paul-Dean's High Honor List, Math Tutor. Vinge, Leslie- i Wgxfwvw- 'N 5 '38 2 'iw fi ll! wt., af? I ., , y X 7.2 1-L21 Q f, 4 , : - f -, ,,p::'. 3' Zi! MJ A, ,. ffffgw, . o "wg ,- ,nf ii f pf 4 X f ,.f,.'1, 511' ,f 45 V ,Yin f 45.51,-, W , 1 f .ff.v,w-f ff mgggiig ,rg-4 1 .iz-jf. ,wg Myw, 4 I , . ,M V 14 .71 ,. , W L .fu M yf f , ' 1,62 wfs7'?'v 5 if 6. , IK V ffiif M 'l,. ' 1541 V, 1 ,V A. if ., ,QV ,I 'EA J' f ,,., X, vm. .x- f H4141 yy", 'f , ,, 4 gv qw, 31" - f 'V if ' :Zi 1 . f .,.,f' V' 4. 1 fi W 4 J., x N 1 ff if Volpe, Frances-C h o r u s, Folk Dance Club, Physical Education Majors Club, Physical Health Club. Wakid, Carla-Psi Chi Honor Society. Walowitz, Sheila- Wilson, Shirley A.-Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Spanish Club, Stage Players. Wysocki, Joycine-A c t i v i t i e s Council, Dean's Honor List, Newman Club, Psi Chi .Honor S o c i e t y, Psychology Club, Spanish Club, fvice-President. Secretaryj, Student Tutoring Service. ZahOI'Odnyt, SHBFOFI 1 Zavacki, Mary-Band, Newman Cl u b, TKE Sweetheart Court. Zu mmer, Victoria - -wed' v" gf.. ,W my ' me iQ fer .ns N - fwhzv-'..: . .-. .,,.,,. ,. Q 1 X A, X :.xW.'3g'Q:Eg 1-3-.542 g:f'-,-- .'C::.-xj QA--ng: ,'.v..f.-5.l,Zn35l :Q,,,,, .. Q ilu vp-u.l.u .. ,. x 'K 1 -.Vx-gn'--.'+-Q." rw"1 , ,K .., . -x. ,- n ..x.q.--v- . x lswfr :HAT fl ,N . 5. N ,..A..,LN :SFS - .wp :IEW N12 Sgr?-P'l:5j5r'.X .L 4...4..-, Q .. av- . xx, - -1 L31-,g.yx N .1',.-. :U .- P: .,-5, Aw. X - , . . '- 'M..v.- - 3.12, .H E , V, , . -'.1,'1L-gf?-gUy:'3X ' ' -' '5,f'::x-.',-.1.x A 1:f',,-:Q gn, ,sf .. .1 . 1,51 :HX -, ,...5 .M..,.4':.vX- 1 1 . fx ,,- .5 L.:.5-- , 1 3 ' K ' . ..x 91. H 4. '-55. 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Brunell, Edwena C.--Bugg House Square, Peace I Council qChairrnan of Internal Eclucatuonl. Buegel, Elizabeth-Spanish Club. J 14 vt ff . l ! 'iw 'ww' J We ...M 1, bf ::,i6M,,., 'MY pu' ,vm K! i , J. N" Z A f -c , 99- 1-.QQ W l l I l l ll Catalano, John-Chemistry Club, Intra- mural Baseball and Football. Cerny, Jacqueline-Art Assemblage, Fine Arts, Psychology Club. Cesarz, Mary-Dean's Honor List, New- man Club, Physical Health Club. Chmiel, ROber'1:-l-liStOI'y Club. Chodl, Allen E.-Band. Coduti, Andrew-Band, Folk Dance Club CF'residentJ. Cohn, Aileen-Dean's High Honor List. Colon, Wilma-First Exchange Student of Northeastern, French Club, Spanish Club. Connally, Sybil- Cozzi, Gregory-History Club. Crane, Noreen- Dabrowski, Jean -Literature Club. David, Grace-Inter-Varsity Christian Fel Iowship. ' DeCarlo, Yvonne-Mentors, National Ed ucation Association, Student Senate. Demsch, Maris-Band, Bowling League Chamber Orchestra CPresident, Vice-Pres- identb, Chorus, Collegium Musicum, In- terpreter's T h e a t r e, Opera Workshop Stage Players, Student Aide, Student Senate, Variety Show, Young Republi- Cal"1S. . n 4. . T ff"'flZzag,,. '5 ? 1.5" ,W , X. , 2 DeVille, DeeAnn-Orchesis, Stage Play- ers, Twenty-One Plus Club. - DiChristofano, Anne-- ' Dickerson, Geraldine-B I a c k Caucus, Black History Club, Sociology Club. Ditola, Noreen-National Education As- sociation. Dolejsi, Joanne- Dorer, Robert-Circle of Contemporary Thought, Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball, l.ettermen's Club CSecretaryJ, Tau Kappa Epsilon Clvlembership Chair- man, Secretaryj, Varsity Golf Team CCap- talnj, Varsity Baseball Team. Drucker, Karen- Dudnick, Vi-Psi Chi Honor Society, Psy- chology Club, Twenty-One Plus Club fpresidentl. W 43, Nga 'S-u.,-,l,,,,.gy 19" "Mu 411855. WW' "frW"""-HV Wa vs'-K VY' 1,19 .X x Fischer, Anita- Flynn, GarIin- l Foley, James-Chess and Checker Club, Fine Arts, Spanish Club, Square Dance Club, Yearbook lEclitorJ. Fradin, Sandra-Twenty-One Plus Club fvice-Presidentl. Frayn, Teresa-Linguistics Club, Twenty- One Plus Club. Fredrickson, Janice- Freiman, Cecily-Student Aide. Ganas, JOHN- 56' ff .Q , If S2 if go' ,,f ff? . , 9 Gaspar, Susan-ARO CCo-founder, Trea- surerl, Band Clfreshman Representative on the Boardl, Course Evaluation Com- mittee fChairmanJ, Dean's, Honor List, Gadfly Committee, Graduation and Con- vocation Committee, History Club, ln- structional Council, KLAI., Mentor Northeastern Print QReporterJ, Public Re- lations Committee fChairmanJ, S.D.S., Student Senate, Student Fees and Al- location Committee KSecretaryJ. Goldberg, Robert-lnterpreter's Theatre, Stage Players. Goldberg, Susan Lynn-Dean's Honor List, Young Democrats. GFan3tO, JZITIBS1 Graziano, Dennis-Kolvas B a s k e t b all, Lettermen's Club, Varsity Baseball. Griffin, Marilyn-Band, Chamber Orches- tra, Collegium Musicum. li - 5 9 if 1 A 7 uv 'T ' ,, . .- . . Gudmundson, Richard-Physical Educa- tion Majors. Gutilla, Martin-History Club. Hellenbrang, Heather-Literature Club, Physical Health Club. Herzog, Sharon-Anth ropos CCorrespond- ing Secretaryh, Twenty-One Plus. Hindin, Laura-Dean's High Honor L.ist, Student Aide. Hoglu nd , Carol M. - Holcomb, Irwin-Psi Chi Honor Society. Holz, Gunther-l. e t t e r rn e n ' s Club, Physical Education M a j o r s, Physical Health Club, Tennis Team. Hummel, Carolyn-Chorus, Dean's I-ligh Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Intra- mural Basketball ancl Volleyball, Lambda Sigma Alpha, Physical Education Majors, Physical 'Health Club, Women's Inter- collegiate Softball. Jackson, Gloria-Black Caucus, Black I-leritage, Gymnastics. Jaksa, Mary- Jaskoi, Robert+ Johnsen, ,Kathleen-Lambda Sigma AI- Johnson, 'Henry+B I a c k Caucus, Black Heritage. . ' 1 , Jones, Patricia+Black Caucus, B I a c K Heritage, Orchesis. X Kaestner, Darlene- Kahriman, Pete-Hislzory Club. ' Katz, Susan--Art Assemblage, Kl.AL fArt Advisorl, Senate Variety Show. Kelly, Barbara-Physical Health Club, Student Aide. Kenfiedy, lvlafgaret B.- . King, James-P.S.D. Club fTreasurerJ. ' Klein, Donna--Bowling League, Signjia Tau Sigma fTreasurerJ. ' ' A Klueppel, Robert-Biology Club! fTfea- SUFSFD. V 5 R255 ev-1 Q. 1 ,LY 5 : E H www 915' -aauaauiwv' ,Q ,Q W: ww AVN, 'f f x x --0 I. 5: 1 h EE FV ! g, I , an N .f ,xl Q . -.J ' pf-5 4 , Yw . - ff, if 'W K 1 .V H, , ,L Q. ofa' 'WS !:-QQ - 75 'H' 'UI 1 '16 1 'V -'W '41 JREXII- ' ' 'f'T"2'f""1Zii ' .u will WHNQNH H 'DDL all - 'fgatni ' , .7 Wg U ifizzf 4' ,gf- 1. if l i l ! Z ' 1 Larsen, Roger-, U K, Larson, Marietta-Bugg House Square, Circle of Contemporary Thought, ,Inter- preter's Theatre, Peace Council, Stag'el7""-.L '- Players.. A 'Q A l Lau, Richard-B a s K e t b all Team, Golf' Team, Phi Kappa Alpha, Physical Excluca- tion lvlajors, Student Senate. . Lauer, Joyce Carol-Physical Health Club, Red Cross. . Lehning, Marjorie-LSA. , Leimberer, Dan-C h o r u s, Inter-Varsity' Christian F e I lo w s h i p, Spanish Club, Young Republicans. ' Levy, Eileen- Lewis, Linda-Dean's Honor List. J Lidskin, Stevan--French Club, Literature Club, Young Republicans. Loiben, Fern-Cheerleaders, Gymnastics, Homecoming Committee, Intramural Vol- leyball Referee, Physical Education Ma- jors Cvice-Presidentj, Physical Health Club, Student Fees Committee, Student's Activities Council, Synchronauts, Wom- en's Intramural Basketball and Volley- ball Teams. Luft, Rita-Twenty-one Plus iRecording Secretaryi. ' Lyne, Eugene- Mack, Lynne Barbara- Maihack, Jocelyne-Dean's Honor List, Dean's High Honor List, Twenty-one Plus. Mantucca, Sam A. Jr.- Marcus, Marcia- "QW?Tf,gg lih qlM"""N,, Mason, Marie-Black Caucas, Black Heritage, Delta Sigma Theta, CFirst Vice- Presidentl, Fees and Allocations Com-' mittee, lnterpreter's Theater, Linguistics Club, Literature Club, Pep Club, Physical Health Club, Spanish Club, Student Senate. , , McGee, Kathleen-Stage Players fVice4 Presidentj. McGuinness, Patricia-Dean's Honor List, Dean's V High Honor List, Twenty-one Plus. A . . . f McHugh, Sheelagh-Newman Club. - McKenzie,- Helen Jean-G y m n a s t i c S, Physical Eclucations Majors, Physical Health Club, Student Aide. .I D ' Medwedeff, Ronna- 1-IW xl 5 ilk Y 4 :, 5 . 1' .l , .NJN i t Mendak, Peggy Ann-C h o r u s, Dean's High Honor List, Student Aide. Miceli, Patricia-ARO KTreasurerJ, Dance Club, lnterpreter's Theatre identl, Orchesis, Student Activity cil QChairmanJ. Mitchell, Marcia-Bowling League, nastics, Physical Education Majors, ical Health Club. Mondschein, Linda J.-Alpha Rho FOIK iPres- Coun- Gym- Phys- Ome- ga, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Hon or List. Murnick, Susan- Mutke, Mary Ann- 'Nui Nl' ri"""""'w, MIK! YW-aid' wiv X A ,. . 5' M 1 f f 5 -, Vf Q ,, f, 1. , "rfyf2nwa ,fwfk f ,1 ef Zi? -V fl! .J SVU ". 34? , ,, ..,f1N.rm1.,, N, J f. WWW 4, iw? NW , WY' -,I , Way, V dd", ,, MMM. ,lf W N, X ?Pim,',- 2 J, x- S v 1 It ,fi if 35' 4 v by 1 F3 . ,1f fm -F 4. ,, ,, ,-BDA., M11 fi! , ' 4 ff- I X 1 fl YW' x" ' QW 'Qqeavf +vf'f'Mr I , M ,,.....,,-M9 .....wr Rizzolo, Mary-Art Assemblage, Litera ture Club, Newman Club. Roeser, Dorothy-French Club, Twenty One Plus. Rost, Susan -LSA fPresidentJ. Rqth , ,Jacob- Rozariski, Norbert-Band CP r e s i c:l e n t Challimlan of 1 'the Board of Directorsl S,.E.A., Student Fees, 'Committee fSec retaryJ',"Stude'r1t-Aide. ' Rpben5t6in', Leilaanearvs 'High Honor List. ' ' - ' . Safer, Dorlina-Q , S an d b er g, Carol--Band, 1 hfq r u 5 Orchesis. Sander, Michelle-Dean 's Honor' List. Schacter, Edith- ' ' ciety, Psychology Club. . Schmidt, RObert-Biology Club CPrTeS'i dentl. ' One Plus. ' K Schwab, Ilene-AF-ZO, H o n o r s Convo chology Club. Seidensticker, Lynn-History Club. l ' 'fl l Schindell, Bernard-Psi chi Honof So-4, Schuler, Helen-Geography Club, Twenty- - cation, Interpreters Theatre, KLAI., Psy- 'E .V . 1"""' ' ' 4 I.. - -a ,441 lar T ,Quia V 4 .,,,-f 1 e I. n i1 4 ww, "S."..Jf'2l' 6-QE" 15? - Sohn, Elaine R.-lnterpreter's Theatre CSecretaITy7, Spanish Tutor, Stage Players. Solars, Sandra-Dean's Honor List. Spiros, Josephine-Library Student Aide. Springhorn, Kathryn-Dean's High Honor List, Honors Convocation. Steinberg, Arlene-Dean's Honor List. Stockmann, Gary-Dale-AXE CVice-Presi- dentj, Creative Film Group, Northeastern Print, Photography Club, Stage Players, fvice-Presidentl, Yearbook, Mondo Cryp- to. Stone, Gayle-Bowling League, Bugg House Square, Coffee House Theatre, Literature Club, Physical Health Club, Psychology Club, Spanish Club, S.D.S. 155531 Storey, Janet-Twenty-One Plus. Stumpp, VSheila-Lambda Sigma Alpha fvice-President, Pledge lvlomj. Swiech, Theophane- Sydell, Joan-Bowling League, Spanish Club. Thompson, Pam-Geology Club, Lambda Iota Tau, Literature Club. Tomczyk, Thomas-Beta Epsilon Phi. Topic, Anita- A Trojan, Ronald--Geography Club. f A i G . h 3 Oo elf fl: '1 , . 5. ? ,My 5. 2 '51 J""'N, h . if K2 Vg. Wg? 1 gy , Y Ami ,T ?,2f,f:4 9, , S5 i 2 'Y "' i Unger, Judy-Dean's Honor I.ist, Physi- j cal Health Club, Spanish Club. l . i Valentino, Frances-National Education Association. ' Van Allen, Sharon--Dean's High Honor l List, Deans Honor List, Remedial Read- ' ing Tutor, Spanish Tutor. Van Praag, Diane-Bowling League, Physical Health Club. Viner, Rebecca R.-Twenty-One Plus. Walcholz, Katherine-International Honor Society. l i l i i l l V i T Elf, . W f :wi-V . Wallace, Margaret H.-' Wallin, Kathleen- Stage Players. K Weiner, Patricia- 'Weiss, Marcia-. iwinae, Gloria- Winter, Pamela'- Sermate Committees, 4 A , QWA .M :V f, sw, . ff, ,I 'iff' ' ,772 4 4 ,. gslwf' il 5-1 1 I r y i W, "," .' ,Z , V I V I V n 2 12' -iw I gy! I ll fr l Wnuk, Lynda-Chamber Orchestra, ln- l 1 terpreter's Theatre, Student Aide. ' X , Wqjda, Janice-French Club, I Newman , I l Club. 1 l Wright, Robert-Geography Club, Photog- 1 X raphy Club, Student Senate. 1 A n , . . , ll 3 - Zervakos, James-Dean's Honor List. ' I l 4 l NIMH li, ,U I . A n w 1 fl .ii uve! ii Q E 211 EE! A i ff 'L xl 5 P Y. . ww, M111 WW, ,mi 1,5 M i ggi ' xilli 45 6 . . I I U 1 Z Q w 2 5 gl. F2 ' 2 f! v i, V ' k Fri' x 5 ig l HE 'Il i E'j ,,2 I ! vw, WNW -1t.....,. . I GLU B UB 'Ns ""WU.Zfs 'w f"'g,-.1 Q' 1. I, 'U af "-ut' :':'f':T'l3'r Standing Patricia Potts Pauline Piscitello Denise Antzoulatos, B ,AGLQA 4- ' " ASSEMBLAGE ART CLUB As well as providing an open workshop conducted informally to bet- ter acquaint its members with art media techniques, the Assemblage Art Club works to stimulate professional growth and keep abreast of new de- velopments in art education by means of lectures, field trips, discussions, exhibitions, art fairs, and art conventions. In addition, the Assemblage Art Club provides opportunities for all persons interested in art education to meet professionally and socially. K Q ,X WWW l 1 S S A K E 3 5 ody by Ken Hoagland, Susie Katz, Tonie Bedoe, Joanne l l BUXING CLUB Row 1: Carlos Francisco Garcia, Pat Nellos 1SecretaryJ. Row 2: Robert Wasserman qpresiclentj, Pat O'Brien, Mark Fries, Donald Keppner Qvice-Presidentb. Row 3: John Przekota, Michael Roman Cfreasurerl, Glenn White, Terry Stolz. fl m. Row 1 Lunda Evans Kenneth Wojcuk Norbert Rozanskl Agnes Kalnclnskn Suelen l-lelland Norman Keller Jenny Bonnne Gordon Mans Demsch Row 2 Glenn Zale Patncua Teraoko Mnchael Luntz Gregory Sroka Carol Russel John Steffen, Eugene Rnnalcll Lows Skwera lvllchael Zucek Kathy Peacher Jacquelnne Pyzuk Dolores if Members of the NISC Band enjoy participating in a wide variety of musical performances and experiences. They can be found at almost any type of school event from pep rallies to graduations. ln addition, they can be heard tvvice a year during their ovvn concerts. But by far, the most ex- citing happening vvithin the band is their annual tour. This year it led them to Wisconsin and a whole series of schools and concerts. Q 52, i i , f s ,Z 3 Z? f lf .f fi fr Q , WA ld, I W . Mw'v,,,f ,,f"" ,, ,M My .., " Mf,,,,.4f' f ' ,,,,,w'WA' 'A -,ri " . -f U . I 15" M . 1 ,sl ' 3 . W 4 .Q-,aa , fn ,. ., ' 'ff V , - W W - Q79 f , A ,W W' I , .,.:.M 'fgfjffi " ' f if l ff f V K .. , -, "W ' Y fgvfahfadfif My '2:- . f f " f , - ,-W. ff 1 if ' , ,V 3 3 I I .f ef, Vg. , my f A, 'f P si 9 V M V R , M M, W M M i Q ' ' if ' , V- I , M Z if f W eff l , , Row 3: Grant Goodrich, Kathleen Stewart, William McClellan, Russel Haak, Alan, Michael Sanders, Chris Butzen, Laura Lee Gronski, Sally Ann Weich, Robert Aloerson, Cheryl Ann Patterson, Robert Zielinski, Muuray Fisher, Robert Kess, Cary Hollander. Row 4: Carol Sandberg, Mary D'Amore, Kathy Kadlac, Rance Lumsden, Dottie. f,-, ' l. E HUF-XRS Ill-If SUURR X SQUARE ' -1 EW? liwt M2 2, 'zfllllfii ,RRY l SEEN An open forum for the discussion of provocative ideas and programs, Bugg House Square meets each Wednesday for weekly sessions, in which student, faculty, and administration take an active part. Con- troversial subjects such as the Arab-Israeli conflict, the Cuban situation, controversial guest speakers such as Abby Hoffman, and controversial issues such as the Stern-l.avv- rence debates were among the areas cov- ered. Sponsored by Dean Pitts with Rico Rotta fChairmanJ and Abby Rosen CSecre- taryj, the Bugg House Square Committee worked over the past year in planning panel discussions, hootenannies, and dances. l l I l fl gg ll ll Z, l i l l l E an W 52 3 585956 .1 , I l l I l l l fflffzg QL 'QT'1i':25321'f:fg4'Q5i?xE'fi 1 The Chamber Orchestra consists of a rapidly expanding group of music lovers from every department at Northeastern. With their conductor, Mr. Vincent Oddo, the Chamber Orchestra played for the college's Christmas Concert. Personnel in this organization include: Phyllis Bramson Cviolaj, ,John Kervvin Ccellob and Carolyn Leake Cbassj. CHAMBER URCHESTRA Seated Maris A Demsch QConcert Mistressh, Susan Garstki, Eileen R. Redell, William Reichhold, Michael B. Morgan, Lynne E. Lundeen Jeanette Ehrenberg Karen J Stein, Linda M. Kudla. Standing: Irene Kazlowski, Mr. Vincent Oddo CConductorJ, Marilyn ,img,,..,--.5gk4Wf ff yu, , Q' Jia U C " wick 40, 7" rfb, Wi" J' e 7 f L Q 19 I' NXTSZ TUG' LIE! l i l l l i l l l l l ll l l E L l Row 1: Rosemarie Tarnura, Nancy Locke, Sonia Blicharz. Row 2: Nancy Kaufman KCO-Captainl, Merle Devincent lCaptainj Row 3: Donna Hartig, Barbara Kosac lSecretaryD, Arlene Smith. CHEERLEADERS The NISC Cheerleaders, whose purpose is to promote school spirit, cheers at all basketball games, both at home and away, is in charge of Pep Rallies, and plays a prominent part in Homecoming activities. Its sponsor is Mrs. Julie Ann DeMano ancl its members ancl officers include: Merle Devincent CCaptainJ, Nancy Kaufman KCO-Captainl, Barbara Kosac CSecretaryJ, Sonia Blicharz, Nancy Locke, Rose Tamura, Donna l-lartig QAlternate7, Arlene Smith fAIternateD. l. E l l . I - I I l 'j , W? I' :llama M H 'A Designed not only for chemistry majors but all science-oriented stu- dents, the Chemistry Club seeks to provide motivation and activities in the field of chemistry. Sponsored by Dr. Poskozim, it has three main aims. First, it gives its members an opportunity to prepare for their futures by talking with work- ing scientists. Also, through guest lecturers, movies, seminars, and tours, the student remains up-to-date with the current scientific discoveries. Second, the club attempts to plan activities that vvill be of service to the school, to the community, and to the other institutions. Third, the Chem- istry Club promotes social activities for the enjoyment of club members. CHEMISTRY CLUB A in mg, ,971 fwwf' f' l nf , Q """"" ., Row 1: Morris Sotonoff Qvice-Presidentl, Daniel Majka, Bernie Rudnik qService Chairmanj, Frank Rubino fTreasurer and Secre- taryj. Row 2: Jerry Wysocki, Louis Czaplewski QPresidentl. Row 3: Marlene Fabiszak KChairman of Social Cornmitte-SD, Bafbafa Bernstein, Viola Baines. Row 4: Ron Wierzbicki, Dr. Poskozim CSponsorJ. 94 CHESS CHECKERS The Chess and Checkers Club ls shown at the Northeast- ern vs Wslson Junlor College Chess Match Cleft side of the boardb Lavverence Goch Cflrst board prize winner in the 1968- 1969 Chlcago lntercolleglate Chess Team Champlonshipl, Walter Mrrczuk Frank Camello Gregory Zurad Warren John. A member of the lntercolleglate Chess League of Amer- ica Northeesterns Chess and Checkers Club sponsors local collegnate tournaments and sends representatives to the New tlonal lntercolleglate Team and the lndlvldual Tournament. Open to anyone Interested In the game of chess or checkers, the club as also a charter member of the Chicago Intercolle- giate Chess League Thls years officers are Don Llszewskl llffresidentl Warren John lvlce Presudentl Gregory Zurad CSecretaryJ and Warren John QTreasurer3 . . . . 7 7 ! . . ' 1 Y no I ' A 4 ' I X A Q ' ' 5 , , , ' . K, ' V 12,2 f , r ' V . , ' I If , K5 f ,i I , , Y K ,n I f 4 V. , , K ' ' ' , ' , 1 , 4 , ' 1 r l ,V T ' ' WW '. -ilrlf 2 If -:QSIIF -ull-S - H LH - gg g AM, oi t JAn.Jly i I l 4 i i t i Q, ,g il l ui iilelf all il 39 if 4 Li A l Z I l Is Qi, 5 ij. 'i lv 3,.--- The native dances and costumes of various cultures are displayed during any of the Northeastern Folk Dance Club performances. Many countries are represented and the costumes of each have been authen- tically reproduced to accurately show each country's mode of dress. Sponsored by Miss Victoria Woskoff, the men and women of the Folk Dance Club meet regularly to learn the many intricate and graceful steps characteristic of each culture. The women in full skirted, brightly colored costumes and the men with their straight black vests bring the FULK DANCE CLUB Row 1 1SeatedJ: Nancy l-label flffresidentj, Cathie Lappa lpublicityl. Row 2 QStandingJ: Linda Curran fcostume Directory, Linda Burja lSecretary-Treasurerb, Miss Victoria Woskoff lsponsorl, Bill Torp, Carmen Valverde. Row 3: Kathy Sakellaropoulos, Marshall Sorkin. flavor of foreign lands to our campus. gf X X QW X552 A 42 KAN 'if 'Nr Row 1: Steven F. l-laber, Miss George Foster fsponsorj, Terry Alport. Row 2: Tom Kwit, Roger l-lanna, Ted Demos FURENSICS UNIUN The Forensics Union, which promotes participation in intercollegiate debate activities by Northeastern undergraduates, began its first season of competition during the 1968-1969 school year. Sponsored by the De- partment of Speech and Performing Arts, the debaters travel to tourna- ments throughout the United States. During the winter trimester Forensics Union members have repre- sented NISC in debate tournaments at Illinois State University, Wisconsin State University, Loyola University, Wayne State University, Brooklyn College, and the University of Massachusetts. Any undergraduate student may participate in debate. Research fa- cilities and practice room for forensics is located in E-20. The debate squad is coached by Miss George Foster. XII. Hffiff' ' EEE' ii i i I . 1 Eg '. l f ' a-: Q 15- 4 4 ,4545 X ii 'E P F f if Y El I il 55 E2 f Q i l, ,I I, li 'i I l 1 i, 5 li af 'ill 2 ,. I ii l I lil i,l, .jd iltig Qi .3 1 I1 i ' i l 15 3. .15 i l I Mig? ,E I? l ? . I i l l . l 1:3 .iw l 545 5, J l l i gt- iii , ? i if 1. kv E 7 lag ,Qi 1 nf ,l. ,. ,. I if ,i 5 ill . 'E it flirwf .ty li Li ' 'f f l. . , l 1, l it 4 5 4 2 3 A, g I? E f fe ll l , i , 1 ii 98 I ,. . .i ":-1511: 'a.::.,l. mf 1-u T Sgsvmf - . i.,., . QI . f Zigi! fflffl. . QW? 'nn-., .f .i,,f,., mi, 5 . , ww' Row 1: Rachelle Kahn fSecretaryJ, Bonita Kopakin KF-'ublicity Chairmanl, Darlene Golernbo fvice-Presidentj. Row 2: Teresa Franke CF'residentJ, Sophie Baraniecki fEntertainment Chairmanj. FRENCH CLUB The French Club is open to all students who wish to increase their proficiency in the French language and become acquainted with the var- ious cultures of French-speaking peoples throughout the world. Programs such as the riot report, CParis 1968: Riot or Revolution?J, films, slides, singing, guest speakers, a skit contest, and the French Club banquet Cle Casse-Croutel, actively involve the student in the ways and ideas that make up French culture while encouraging him to express him- self in French. For the future French teacher, programs such as But Why French? present information concerning the professional organizations which are open to him. The French Club tutoring program serves the twofold purpose of helping the beginner in French and providing the future French teacher with opportunities to become acquainted with the methods and problems involved in language learning. The French Club also joins the other foreign language clubs on cam- pus for such activities as the Foreign Language Clubs' Picnic and the For- eign Language Clubs' Christmas Party. .,-,.g.- -Mg T Q 'Www Q 4, 1, 3 X X- Q . I , l l ,l I l l ' i f l l l l l I i l l i l Z fi -W f, ,..,fM. ,,,, ,,., A,.,., ,,,,f7,f , N , f A.,,V h . V,f. ,,,,..W,,f.,.,u,,.,,.A l , 1,71 .favs l alum CUMMITTEE The Gadfly Committee is an officially constituted committee of Northeastern Illinois State College. Its membership is composed of students, faculty, and administrative person- nel. lt is Everyman's grievance committee. If you have a legitimate grievance, vve vvill listen to you and act in your behalf-imma l diately. Try us, and see. A i Row 1: Mary Syron, Chris Wojtas, Andrea Lewit, Sue z Gaspar, Mr. Ely Llebow. Row 2: lvlr. Gerald Butler, lvlr. Bill Speller, Dr. Vic Dufour, Jim Pearce. Not Pic- tured: Karl Brown, Dr. Joseph Crean. Q , l 4 x 99 - Vw- , 1 r Q35 ww' .1- -.43, , 'Q' ' 1 '- ,sl-:fr 2 it ii 5 ii .3 M ..A, ,- xi Y 'Z Wx f g if "NNW, 6 Row 1: Kathleen Meyer fpresidenth, Richard Asplund lvice-Presidentj, Kristina Liljeberg CSecretary-Treasurerb. Row 2: Margie Gilbreth, Samuel Verderaime, Fred Padletti, Robert Easton lAdvisorJ, Ray Surges, Madonna Killian, Ronald Trojan. GEUGRAPHY CLUB First formed on January 30, 1964, the Geography Club works to ac- quaint students interested in geography with events and problems occur- ring on the world scene in the realm of geography. Mainly concerned with arranging field trips to places of interest, the Geography Club has visited the Kettle Morraine in Wisconsin, the LJ. S. Steel Mill, a Milwaukee brewery and a cheese factory. Future outings in- clude plans for a weekend in the Ozarks, The Wisconsin Dells, or Porcu- pine Mountains. ln addition to these tours, the members attend monthly dinners at restaurants specializing in foreign cuisine. Sponsored by Mr. Robert Easton, the Geography Club attempts to have at least one short trip per trimester, a weekend trip for the spring, as well as the monthly dinners. . H., . . .... t....w. .-.,,. , While promoting educational, cultural, and social activities which make it possible for students to improve their efficiency in the German language, the German Club provides opportunities for personal contact between the students and people of German-speaking countries. Besides these activities, the organization also aides the future German teacher by providing programs and information of special interest to him. During the course of the year, the German Club, sponsored by Mrs. Frederike Wiedemann, holds an occasional 'singkreis' Ca German l-loote- nannyl. ln addition, the members attend various German plays and mov- ies. At the present time, the club is in the midst of plans for a trip to Germany. GERMAN CLUB RCW 11 Jelena Savic, Renate Marquis, Mrs. Friederike Wiedemann fsponsorj, Lore! Lee Zierk Linda McLaughlin CPFGSIUGOU Mrs. Alfhild Olson Csponsorl. Row 2: Konig Dann, Lee Mishkin, Michael Molick CTreasurerl Janice Breitsameter lvice Presidentl Pat Galinski Cpublicity Chairmanj, Ingrid Hintz fSecretaryJ. Originating in the Fall of 1968, the Women's Gymnastic Club pro- vides an opportunity for women to learn about and compete in gymnastic competitions. Having only completed the DGWS CDivision of Girls' and Womens' Sportsl Compulsory Routines, the members nonetheless have attended three meets this year. At the First meet at Wheaton College, the club took three first places, one second, and four third places. The second meet, the Northern Sectional Gymnastics Meet, held at Concordia Col- lege, resulted in a first place and a third for the team scores. The final and annual meet which was the State Compulsory Meet, took place at Il- linois State University in Normal. As these scores show, the Gymnastic Club, with the guidance of their sponsor, Miss Betty Meyers, has exhibited great skill. Plans for the next year include the formation of a Women's Gymnastics Team from members in the Gymnastics Club. This would enable the women to host their ovvn events and compete in optional as well as compulsory routines. GYMNASTICS CLUB Row 1: Pat Gallagher, Ellen Poulos CSecretary7, Davie Baldauf CCo-Captainb, Fern Loiben CCo-Captainj, Linda Sculteure CTrea- surery. Row 2: Rosemarie Tamura, Linda Carlson, Barbara l-luster, Lois Skiera, Eva Weaver. Row 3: Carrie Kasper, Viola Baines, Donna Hartig, Miss Betty Meyers iSponsorJ, Diane Muchowicz, Nancy Locke. My ,Q-. '-.ill an ,bc ...X 4, I NAN ,f I '6 I sf 1 X 1 K X J WW H l - 'ALIQ XXX ,VK 'I '95-5 1? in ik INTERPRETEIYS THEATRE f f 1 , . X, by T .f if ' T A X.. ,uf-"'N u ' . Ad' 1 "' 3 1 '1' ,, un.,-f"" 'if ,',,,.N4 'wi r, Q ,nu if 'xr -44-' Y., My V 'ri -. Vw ' WWW, Row 1 1SeatedJ: Elaine Sohn fSecretaryD, Edward Szydlik fvice-Presidentl, Kathy Nobilio Cpresidentb, Ellen James fproduction Secretaryl, Marcy Mark CActivities Council Representativel. Row 2 iStandingJ: Arlene Jarzab, Kenneth James, Patti Ivliceli, Richard Jonasson, Robert Piasecki fProduction Co-ordinatorl. Reactivated in September of 1966, lnterpreter's Theatre aims to give every member an opportunity to gain confidence in public speaking through interpretive programs for the college community. Membership is open to anyone on campus who is willing to work and contribute to lnterpreter's Theatre. Those with an interest in acting, writing, or directing are especially urged to employ their talents and join this group. Comedy through tragedy is the range for shows, plays, and readings sponsored by the organization for all to enjoy. The following productions were presented by lnterpreter's Theatre in 1969: "Frank Galati Reading Hour," "l-layfever," "Style Workshop," and "Faculty Recital N.l.S.C." 214, v, Jvvi gym ',-,,.IA,f1 1175 lil' K.LA.l. Having felt a need for a Jewish organization on campus, a group of students organized KLAI. in September of 1968. KLAI., through social and cultural programs -such as social get-to- gethers and stimulating lectures and discussions, seeks to awaken and strengthen each member's personal awareness and identification with Jewish life. Throughout this past year, Kl.Al. has sponsored weekly "talk-ins" where students as a group worked out their mutual "l-lang-ups" on all as- pects of Judaism. QFD mi 1,7 Nt. 06 Row 1: Rosa l.ewit fvice-Presidentj, Giselle Seleski, Harriet Sherman, Sherry Firestein, Shari Rubenstein fSecretary-Treasurerj. Row 2: Sally Silverstein, Karen Stein, Helen Goodman, Audrey Lane, Janice Schoenfeld, Robert Wasserman. Row 3: Morris Sotonoff, Milt Goldberger Cpresidentl, Leigh Bernstein, Jacob Moraine, Naomi Brider. at it t qi' b 1 N ' 'l"W' Under the guidance of Mrs. Berniece Zimmerman, Associate Dean of Students, the Mentors attempt to make the first trimester of college life easier for the incoming freshmen. Feeling that many of the difficulties which are encountered during freshman year are due to lack of knowl- edge of college procedure, the Mentors hold weekly orientation sessions with small groups of first-trimester students. During these meetings the students discuss the problems they are facing and each of the Mentors, with his own individual group, tries to aid the new collegians. The first few months of college life can be bewildering and the Men- tors have succeeded in alleviating much of the strain and have left the freshmen better prepared to handle the various complications that may arise during their future trimesters at Northeastern. MENTURS Row 1 CSeatedJ: Mary Perry, Shari Rubenstein, Paula Castagna, Susan Ryba, Jane Maher, Yvonne DeCarlo, Pat Jago, Jil John son. Row 2 lStandingJ: Bruce Brown, Gail Sterzel, Miriam Mizel, l-lenry Bukowski, Mary Moore, Harry Kall, Melody Cobleigh William McClellan, Donna Dluzen, Zachary Pinas. 1 , V W 45... iff .04 49-72' NEWMAN CLUB While working to spiritually unite the Catholic students at Northeast- ern, the Newman Club attempts to create harmony among all the stu- dents and welcomes members of any faith. Associated with the National Newman Club Federation Cwhich has member clubs throughout the United Statesl, the Newman Club presents a balanced program of religious, intellectual, and social activities through- out the year. ,..,, . W W. N S' , SXSW Q X My Q N f X Q fygiffwfwsl l Ss X S w Q ff xv , ., N ' Q , f- x . x xx ,. itsgrzsgqk -msg' I l U an , 9 , !' . Si I El , . 'Xa i . vAQ.,,..--1 f ZZ.. . glut? Row 1: Robert Brifner, Darlene Kaestner, Nancy Kaspar, Terri Bednarz, Marian Czelusta, Jane Maher, Sheila Robson, Mary Perry, Richard Gonsowski. Row 2: Michael J. Hebda, Mary D'Amore, Mary Lou Wetzell, Valerie Congoran, Laura Gronski, Pat Owens, Matt Tabar. Row 3: Reverend John l-lurley, Pat Padovano, Linda Lange, Linda Reshke, Martin O'Malley, Joycine Vvysocki, Kathy Lewis, Dolores D'Amore, Jerry Roshinski Larry Spaeth lntended to perform a functlon that a newspaper IS not designed to fall the Northeastern Bull serves as an nnformatnon center for an nouncnng such current events as club meetnngs commlttee confer ences classroom changes Iubrary hours etc The purpose of the publncatuon ns to serve as a porta ble bulletun board to be picked up and read when at IS convenient The Northeastern Bull run by Larry Spaeth comes out weekly on Frndays vvuth the deadline for recelpt of announcements havlng to be submitted no later than noon on the previous Monday hx A 'N- fa? , xgy wit- mix IKQXEQQXWWF 3 xv-f' PEP CLUB Originated three years ago, NISC Pep Club was organized in an attempt to instill school spirit and school pride. Publicizing and attending basket- ball games is Pep Club's basic goal and its biggest project this year was the organization of the Homecoming Float Competition. Row 1 fKneelingy: Marsha Goldstein lTreasurerJ, Sandy Calcagno, Lonnie Pudelek. Row 2: Colleen Finnegan, Helen Dombek, Karen Grining, Cathy Weidman CCO-Presidentj, Karen Wilbeck. Row 3: Arlene Rosenberg, Phyllis Proszowski lCo-Presidentj, Kathy Kadlec, Joanne Richter. Not Pictured: Janet Ulanowicz, Carolyn Kabacinski lSecretaryJ. P' P 'ffjil - - A A , , , , ,g,1,,.,, , v Ugg, ,Q V mg, 1 l an 4 f" is ee-- f"rfif' -,- it-.i.xnrili1,il.i-.l-xn h . oz: ' it ' .ai- KX .IIA 1 1 1 1 1 1 PHYSICAL EIJUCATIUN MMURS Sponsoring intercollegiate activities among the various Physical Edu- cation organizations, The Physical Education Majors Club encourages men and vvomen to become Physical Education instructors. Mr. Robert l-lale is the consultant for the Physical Education Majors Club. A5 Row 1: Nancy Locke, Ellen Poulos 1TreasurerJ, Fern Loiben Cvice-Presidentj, Marcia Mitchell, Carolyn Hummel, Sue Arendt, Lois Skiera, Theresia Lang. Row 2: Carol Linseth, Phyllis Kaufhold, Pam Olsen, Fran Volpe, Betty Jean Guzik, Mary Beth Ulaneck, Linda Larson, Sue Mason, Helen McKenzie, Carol Bonanno, Diana Notaro. Row 3: Paula Sturgeon, Sue Rizman, Linda Lease, Krickett Kanabay, Lois Bilicki, Linda Kudla, Linda Carlson, Marie Kowalski, Cecilia Boyle, Patty Gallagher, Joe Rossie, Donna Hartig, Ron Czekalski. Row 4: Bob Biggins, Jim Pappas, Keith Brown, Leo Diebold, Thomas Coticchio, Alan Ball, Kenneth Ogorzalek, Fred Ivlanna, Ted Skonberg, Larry Bernstein. 1 i z 5 1 fs 1 i i E Q i 1,4 E l I i :G E I 2? I 1 B JE' 2 il J 3 l i' ll l 2 f ll i l' ll i' 5 i? - 33 . iii ii agl la S 7 if iii ,i 5, 'S i 1, if 2 ii ii i ii z ff I il ' i 'ii i f l 1 . i All NISC students are members of the Physical Health Club, whose three main purposes are: 1. To provide recreational activities for students at designated hours in the gym, pool, and the outdoor play areas. 2. Intramural competition in sports of all kinds. 3. To provide special evening events every trimester for all members. Row 1: Joseph Rossie lPresidentJ, Linda Larson qpresidentj, IVlr. Gus Ziagos CSponsorJ, Fred Manna lvice-Presidentb. Row 2: Tom Coticchio fTreasurerJ, Theresia Lang Cvice-Presidentj, Mary Beth Ulaneck lTreasurerJ, Lois Bilicki fSecretaryD, Jim Pappas CSec reta ryb. , , i , 'V . ' ." ' ' ' .v . -. + - ' 1 1- 'K - '-1.2-9 It Iv"'v'iV'l-i'w?HQ.-'THZT-LTIIKEICI-Z2-12 PUM PDM GIRLS 'WB 'L 1-mv 'WM Line-Up: Kris De Sario, Mary Salatino, Regina Jackson, Diana Conforti, l.aura Angelucci Carolyn Welt, Geri Tomaino. Under the guidance of Dr. Edgar Gangvvare, the Pom Pom Girls pro- vide eye-appealing entertainment for Northeastern fans during half-time. With their rhythmic dances co-ordinated to music, the Pom Pom Girls contribute much to the support of our teams and to the stimulation of school spirit. 1913 WHFPYC' x NN me Z 'V' ,yin ,,Z,,,, I X If J.. A ff 41 is iffy? ,yi .xg Q4 ,J f ff? fw W fCo-Captainj, Linda Sykes CCaptainJ, Q f,,.-mlffa 41, if Wa s ky by 5 S., E .. Q.,- .,X,,, Row 1 Linda Scalzitti Patricia Jegl, Vi Dudnick, Lynda Nadick, Sharon Goodman. Row 2: Carol Lynn l-laft, Erick Blomstedt qTreasurerJ Richard Nussbaum fPresidentl, George Legg iVice-Presidentj, Helen Mick fSecretaryJ. Row 3: Jan Rito, Linda Lange, Kristina Chinn Ber Della Goldman, Sharon Zuckerman, Jane Johnson. Row 4: Kenneth Grabowski, Irwin l-lolcomb, Bruce Brown, Doreen Dent Marc Adler David lvlichalski, Dr. Vic Dufour CAdviserJ. PSI CHI HUNUR SUGIETY Psi Chi, The National l-lonor Society in Psychology, is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association and is a member of the Associa- tion of College l-lonor Societies. The purpose of Psi Chi is to advance the science of psychology, and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholar- ship of the individual members. Founded in New l-laven, Connecticut in September, 1929, Psi Chi serves two major goals-one immediate and visibly rewarding to the individual member, the other slower and more dif- ficult to accomplish, but offering greater rewards in the long run. The first of these is the Society's obligation to provide academic prestige to its ini- tiates by the mere fact of membership, the Psi Chi membership card and key are badges of merit attesting to the member's ability. The second is the obligation of each local chapter to nurture the spark of that ability by offering a climate congenial to its creative development. ...i..lY--is--A--A --fn f f- .- :w::f:'.'2r.v:m-. "I i!'C2!T!! PSYCHULUGY CLUB I ,,.k,VV. .,,. 7 ,,.. ..,. IAAV 2 ,!, , , , f,,, ,,,,,W,f . ' f, ff WM "4,,I- , f ' ' gig yff-' c-'-37:x,,' N, . ,,, ,V .. , ,, f W ., , f f f f i ffyfyff 4, f AV ff , A 33' fam! ,ffwff 'wwf , f MW? wwf v s if 2 1 f 7 M jg, 4 ,QW f X, f N Q' gf aw! ff ' 411 I f Z ' iw., 1 "fWff"fi ff ' f K 1 , wif i? ZZ 29 jf, 4 M 1 TY vv,V ' A 2 i W fi f-XYVJ7 ' yy' f , , V I J, , .T yn, N , UW iikiissf K nk' 9.1, aah: ipsum ull! V 'B Yr We 'W sine., Q fqmf I in " Ll' -adv if J 4 .H ,, ,',,.5z-,,,,, Wifi. 4 11:1 M Row 1: Bonnie Light, Elyse Rosenberg, Kristina Chinn, Janice Diederich. Row 2: Mary Ann Bickel, Jim Sosnowski, Ken Grabovv- fi ski, Vi Dudnick, Irene Repa, Tony Wiszowaty. Row 3: Larry Spaeth CVice-Presidentj, Beverly Hartman QSecretaryJ, Jeanne Hardy ,ii CPresidentD, Darryl Puzan, Janis Feldman, Gregory Golinski fTreasurerJ. I Sponsored by Dr. Victor Dufour, the Psychology Club works to pro- , mote interest in, and awareness and understanding of, the science and profession of psychology. I, This purpose is achieved through weekly meetings consisting of short films and discussions, conferences with the faculty, and participation in curriculum decisions for the department. Other activities include having guest lecturers and going on trips to various places of interest. li i, i :Ie 1 451 . . e. If I' I I, I I I I I 2,5 'iff if ' ,l Q . II If If If I Pjfl I I I I I F MEI -I I E I XI: 'I III' 5 1- I ,, I3 154 . I I G12 'I -5:11 I E35 1 I S I 1 3 2 3 if 1 . E 5 I 3 f I I f I I I I I III I ig! III I II IE r E ' EI ff If r Ilf. III I I2 '22 , L, F Ii? III 3 'EIS II I I I 5 I w- Z It IE I I I I I I . I I I Ir' ,g l IQ I Sh I I mi ? I I I I If I I III? QIE ,, ,Elie I ! s?,Is .I I If is si 9 s RUSSIAN CLUB WW " Yfs .F 'A fi' I I I IL-N I -Sl A , E' II ' II6 iq I I .I ,f - 3 . eff 'K I Nwfiw, 'xr' .f NN- Row 1: Margo Moore, Jerry Jeffries, Robert Dubyk. Row 2: Joseph Hall, Nancy Locke, Mrs. S. Friedman CSponsorJ, Dushan Markovicn. Row 3: Jane Kohnke, Judy Bock, Barbara Kosgrove, Samuel Verderairne, Donald Liszewski. Row 4: John Saarima, I Mulan. Eieric, Mlchael Valente, Allan F. l-lelmetag. I I I I I I I I I ff""'N- -qQ"""T" Mv- mm Wa, 'Kr' 'Y'W'W"' 'NNW K +--'5....,,w.. , G' 0 6 f X: N l fT""" l Row 1: Walter T. lvlirczvk, Mr. Miroslav Samchyshyn fSponsorJ, Jadhiga Grygo. Row Pradun, Eugenia Szafalovvicz. While stimulating student interest in the Russian culture and making them aware of the traditions of Russia through the use of films, songs, and literature, the Russian Club also seeks to acquaint its members with the problems facing contemporary Soviet society. 2: Freddie Perez, Mary Eiukouski, l.uba ll7 Y' X ,. , 1 5, .. ' , ,,.. X W I SPANISH CLUB '11 ZW ffl? A3412 ROW 11 ROSE Haydee Hernandez CPVeSid9V1U, Joyfline Wysocki fvice-Presidentj. Row 2: Patricia Padovano fpublicity Chairmanl James lvlenconi 4TreasurerJ. For the benefit of students interested in Spanish, the Spanish Club provides the college community vvith the opportunity to learn about the Spanish language and culture. While accomplishing this through the pre sentation of guest speakers, films, and music, this organization, with the assistance of lVlr. Julio Jolly, also arranges various activities in which its members can gain proficiency in the Spanish language by conversing with native speakers. These activities have included fiestas, picnics, and dinners. l l Ngixlf3.Y:l5:- 711 :lf l - X f. fs. iii. STUDENT SENATE Row 1: Tina Kaszyk fvice Presidentb, Sam Gallucci fTreasurerJ, Anthony Wiszovvaty qPresidentJ, Eileen Ebrom CSecretaryJ. Row 2: Doris Sinwell, Bonnie Rovin, Maura George, Dawn lvlacKellar, Susan DeCaluwe, Andrea Levvit, Gail Sterzel, Cheryl Schoop. Row 3: William Maki, Chuck Greenberg, Susan Gaspar, Thomas Schwab, Dave Kassler, Bill Bartnick. Row 4: Gary-Dale E. Stock- mann, Don Baurngartner, Daryl Connett, Bob Wright, Jay P. Byron. Absent: John Cargill, Andy Zelasko. 9 l J V "1 :vii l 6 ',l U, z l .- A. ,, jj! Q ffl? 513, E, , Elf l ii l El I 15 l l J gl lx il Mali 3 3 . . it-Q I-.H ll .' Eff i 552 1 1 ie? V ET C l El i ,Q J ' g L4 bl ag 1 E' 1 il 5' 21 ll 53 ll 3 P l f lg - lg l ii? .Sig l ii ' iii ' is . 'iiil ' ?5l ,E if E 55 is fi , l V I l , ! .1 I f'.1 i ,l ll , l' ll l .fa i 1 fl fwil l . 3 ' iff iii pl --ll 1-1. l E i Z, V 3 ll l 120 l l .lu il SQUARE DANCE CLUB The primary function of the Square Dance Club is to interest stu dents in learning the American form of folk clance. Under the sponsorship of lVlrs. Bettye Ehrlich, the students learn the many square dance calls and movements. lin 'S I "N 'Q- A q 4 4 Q , 7,2 u 4 y f! P . . .7 ...vw ffl'- Row 1: Susan Schultz, Nancy Bingaman CTreasurer7, Carol Krueger CF-'resic:IentJ, Irene Kozlowski CSecretaryl,lVlrs. Ehrlich fSpon SON. Row 2: Philip l-lorvvltz, Kenneth Grabowski, Christina Cullotta, Gloria Polowy, L.incla Riley, Linda Carlson, Alan Parzygnat .,3.Q1g-I5-5,71 ,ggi 5:5 gg '-9 QL, wlwv-bk . ,-,-C 5b:k::'lriiq:XR1l23T'a z - -1:- SYNCHRUNAUTS Eva Weaver ipresidentb, Kathy Svec Uvlanagerj, Bonnie Saul ivice-Presidentj, Linda Carlson fSecretaryJ, Barbara Uscian CPub Iicity Chairmany, Dr. Graves lSponsorJ. Under the guidance of Dr. ldella Graves, the Synchronauts learn the skill of co-ordinated swimming. Each member of the team puts in much practice and hard work in the development of this Aquatic Art. But skill alone is not all the Synchronauts are afterg self-improvement and personal safety are also stressed at each meet and work-outs of this organization. ETF Af X ' WTA fd? " . l ll! ww Jil f'.!ff5U..+. L, 4712 Z., ff ,T -MW! , ,mf 21 ' ' z-I ff, , ff . W ,, . X W , W ff, in r 1 Row 1 fseateclb: Helen Doyle, Mary Moore CProject Vice-Presidenty, Sandra Fraclin fvice-President-Programj, Viola Dudnick CPres identl, Pat Oakley CSecretaryJ, Betty Southard CTreasurer7. Row 2 1StandmgD: Carol Mason, Laverne Pavel, Rose Parker, Anne Temby, Phyllis Solomon qvice-Presidentl, Gloria Cohen, Selma Johnsen, Gussie Simons, Muriel Greenstein, Dorie Roeser, Jackie Collins. 1 122 The Tvventy-One Plus Club, recently organized for the over twenty one student who has returned to college, has novv successfully completed its second year. Under the guidance of Viola Dudnick, president, the club is fast becoming an established tradition at NISC Two of the main motives in organizing the group were a need for fel lovvship for the older student and an information channel geared to this student. At present, there are about sixty dues-paying members The club, vvhose faculty sponsor is Miss Bernice Austreheim, has had many interesting speakers throughout the year. The group has also sponsored winter and spring luncheons for their members and guests and held a tea in February honoring their former members. Through the successful sale of UNICEF greeting card, the club has given support to the American Indian Center. 'C i T" 'Tlx'-1'T5'7T GQTWWT s l mf'-' vii:-Ml'-ql.:':'-. ri..-.. 1- -,, gf. If:-':.fzki?:'Ir:T:. ui:xEEhiSE'5l'wL3 Y Q ALPHA CHI EPSILUN IW A w M. ,,,, .W M, f fwfr fc XWW 1 fWy' !y! yxfjf ' f f x J l ,V A ,fl , ffw ' yy 0 ff f 40 irtt nf .l ,,. M M. ,fm- 'W-wwf .M Z Z ,N fy. , fm, 4 1 . , 1 .. 1 M Mfr , ,M if V, r ,M , . gf i iii, 'ifffl' - 'W . . .' .......,..ff...,. A : 1 . . Row 1: Frank Sedlak, Gary Dale Stockmann, Bill Maki, Rich Bennecke fPresidentl, Jay Lagarnbina, Tony Wiszowaty. Row 2: X Dave Corbett iSgt.-at-Armsj, Nick Schori fSecretary7, Rich Giardina fTreasurerJ, Tom Schwab, Craig Pai, Greg Sroka. Row 3: Bob D'Amico, Bob Reilley, Bob Wright, Bruce Alesi, Larry Rosenthal, Larry Brauner, John Cargill, Steve l-laber. Row 4: Torn Dziurgot, Andy Faltum. ln addition to providing social activities for the students at Northeast- ern, Alpha Chi Epsilon promotes service scholarship, and leadership among its members. Participating in all facets of college life, many of the AXE brothers are student senators and the past two Student Senate presidents have been members of AXE. During the past year, AXE brothers have joined in various intramural sports, charity drives, and numerous mixers. Mr. Jack Richardson is the fraternity's consultant. . . l. I l It l l I is 32 31 ' l f if ,Ps .V , , ,5 ,, 5 :arg l . 2 Hi ,i l iz, l if I is i ,l ' I , 3. ' iii? l is 2 if - "gif gi gil xi il Qfl , All wi 1 75' ' i re ill + li z ALPHA RHO UMEGA T' Row 1: Carol I-loglund lRecording Secretaryl, Christine Szukala Kvice-Presidentj, Cheryl Bentley fSocial Co-ordinatorj, Patti ii. lvliceli lTreasurerl, Janice Eiartling lCorresponding Secretaryj. Row 2: Toni Wiederhold, Susan Gaspar, lvlariane Jones, Susan ' Schultz, Shari Rubenstein, Marianne Koterba, Kathy Nobilio. Row 3: lllene Schwab, Gloria Rolowy, Kathie Carsello, Linda Rick- ' ert, Sue Eiernath, Avis Thornton. LOWER LEFT, RLEDGES, Row 1: Coleen Czajkovvski, .:, , Susan lvlacTavish, Diane Gorman, Clare Billingham, Pat ,,,- :, l-lerringer. Row 2: Jean Lesperance, Marion Czelusta. Not g Pictured: Naomi Brider, Carolyn Kabacinski. Z si Tal? l 517 'S .' ,..f' ". . . to serve and uphold the interests of the college, to encourage high scholarship and to pro- mote a spirit of friendship among the members" is the purpose of Alpha Rho Omega, sponsored by Mrs. Najera. In attempting to fulfill their set purpose, the members of Alpha Rho Omega serve as ushers at various school functions, help other organizations and charities and give tours around Northeastern. Dedicated to their courses of study, the Alpha Rho Omega sisters also promote friendship among themselves through certain social activities. These activities in 1969 have included a hayride, a bowling party, a formal dance and a Valentines Party. -?'m?cWnri' i fiiyslxssu BETA EPSILUN PHI ln order to achieve its goal of serving the needs of the mentally re- tarded children in the Chicago area, Beta Epsilon Phi has visited St. Mary of Providence School for mentally retarded girls, and North Austin School of Mental Retardation. Beta Epsilon Phi, currently having 45 members, is unique in being the only fratority in Chicago. Founded on September 13, 1967 by STEVE MlL.OTT, PICI-l EREDEPICKSON, "DUKE" l-IEBDA, and CHRIS EEl.lS- SARIS, Beta Epsilon Phi's activities have included road rallies, splash par- ties, theatre parties, and dances, as vvell as its projects with the schools for the mentally handicapped. f , ,,,- Q if QW , R '4 S 2 Row 1: Darlene Slobodecki, Gail Locke, H. Hebda, Cathy l-liggins, Georgiana Kramer. Row 2: Carol Cullen, Betty Zaworskei Candy Coughlin, Helle Remmet, Marilyn Mink, Linda l-laupt, Tina Alberts. Row 3: Patrick Kelleher, J. l-logan, C. H. Frederickson Chris Velissaris, Stephen Milott, H. D. Blanchard. , . 3 gk ,f, je f f "" 2 M... ,1 -i 'i 35 i i . F F , I 5. T 5 ' I i I I I I A 1 A i EI f I E II K' I EE? ii 1 S 'i I P I .I TA HI E .If IIV II I Ii' I I II Iii I gl I 'I ij E I2 1 . 5 ji Fw 14 W' rgl Q Iii . I Q. li I A 6 if 2 LAMBDA SIGMA ALPHA Left: Bernice Zimmerman CDean of Vvomenj, Georgann Schmalz, Bonnie Wendt, Sue Tarsa, Diane Tluczek, Terry Duszynski, Dr. Elyse Mach CSponsorJ. Mothers and their daughters "vvined and dined" together amidst the glow of lights at the now traditional LSA, Moth- ers-Daughters banquet. The banquet was held in the merry month of lVlay at the popular Como Inn. The banquet has become more popular over the passing years. KE' "' ff.. 'S' -lr 'Sz A ji Lf!! V: T 3? i 5 A i AXA Above Left Standung Janet Marmltt Denlse Grouzard Glorla Rusln Llncla Luckenback Mary Rose Vallely Terry Merkel Karen Valsvllas Pat Anderson Kneellng Carmen Valve-rde Elleen Don ahue Barb Rothgery Llnda Frohardt Cassie Sam martlno Left Standnng Sue Makurat Pat lmlelskl Sharon McDowall Gayle Sue Jensen Karen Levvan Llnda Boqulst Pam Lenart Kathy Johnson Marge Smlth Kneelung Llncla Farrell Ton: Pruban Bobbl Llcha mer Cheryl G-:bbs Marllee Myers Below Left Standung Donna Fournler Marcla Aurello Shella Stumpp Carol Madorrno Kathy Brennan Nancy Clare Lynn Peterson Genevleve Rafa Gaul Sterzel Connle Meutz Kneellng Bernle Schwa be l-lavlng recelved nts charter ln 1962 Lambda Slgma Alpha now has flfty fIVG actlve members Thelr actlvltles vvlthln the school and projects outslde of the college Communlty have been dlverslfled and nu merous Among thelr ln school actlvltles were a Penny Carnlval, raffles road rallles, beach partles a Mother Daughter Banquet and a formal dance held durlng Chrlstmas tlme In acldltlon as a servlce to the college the LSA slsters usher school plays and other school functlons Outslde of college LSA projects cluded carvlng pumpklns for hospltallzed chllclren durlng l-lallovveen, and dlstrlbutlng candy to chlldren hospltallzed durlng Chrlst mas Sponsored by Dr Elyse Mach thus years offlcers were Sue Tarsa Cpresldenth Duane Tluczek CVICG Presldentl Terry Dus zynskl CCorrespondlng Secretaryl Bonnle Wendt CRecorcllng Secretaryl Georgann Schmalz CTreasurerJ l V V . ' : , ' - y V l - , l l V Y ' - y - l l Servva, Jean Prosser, Pam Osucha, Carol Nitz, Dee 1 Y 1 - 1 Y I , ln- ' r , . . ' 1 - Y , 1 l I i 1 T. 125 i ii :, ? ii , i ,, ii .'i ii ,F r 4 1 SJ 5 IJ' I "5 J, ,Q if GT I 3 P 1 i , ii f 2,1 ii Ai Il! ,a W ii ii F 5 :fig 56 13! 5 ,.,, , b,.- iv I ' bums' SIGMA TAU SIGMA 1 K L Q , ,li vi X Q ' -P V. V, , Q YQ if X5 ti Q 9 ' E i .. 5 , 3 . .i xttl 5 it J 3 K V ' ' 3, , , Q. K fx rv. MMI. E es i V x Row 1: Carmella Orsini QCorresponding secretaryj, Pat Nellos, Diane Muchowicz, Marie Copelloni fsecretaryj, Karen Wayne, Judy Tokarczyk, Pat Walsh. Row 2: Barbara Faust, Nora IVIcGuff fpresidentp, Candy Weber, Sue McHugh, Luz Duran fTreasurerJ, Maerita McCarthy, Becki Alleguez, Karen Carlson, Karen Schillo. Row 3: Dr. Elizabeth M. Langley fsponsorl, Chris Guth, Annette Pulizze, Debbie Jewell, Kathy Datcu, Liz Mueller, Jeannette Lupo, Bobbi Youngberg, Donna Klein. KXH1. i j i 128 E .' Z. "x"-I' Z!rZ':CH'?f'1'Vl1'7?5Ti5EiT'!3Yl if l l 289 .J t5GFls '? 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Q 'Q ' 1 X W ' -, - . " X, X 4- ' al .- H-1i4,M 9 , 1 - ,JD - X - .3 ,. 1.1.1 . .X XX' X ' . .1 '. XXX: ' 1 X .2 . X ' X ' X " ' 1. XX 1 . 1 X, ,.XX.'Xsefvv-.X - ,, X 4. ' ,X - , ' ' ' "X .. ' . f Q 1 B . '- . +'lun11..'X '. 1 - - . X 'f.-,XX 'V X X'v.1 1 -' - 1 Q '.X . 1 2 X XX X X XX- . f X 1"'-t-'FL ' '1-1' 1 .UW . M " .X ' I '.' 151' -,1:. , 1711 .. 1 .1 1, . . . . . XXX. :RX . XXX, ,, iv X 1X -' '1'f 1 X . I. 11 - 1' ' ' ' 1 f' ' ... ...M ... ..., 4 W. -. P ,luv BASEBALL Above: Ed Groenwald, Gino Pesce, Bronco Jovic, Bob Jelen, Frank Tiritilli, Dennis Graziano. Far left: Wayne Madura, Dave Gustafson. Far right: Craig Gigsted. Along with the birds and the bees, spring heralds in grass-stained uniforms, worn mitts, and the vvild-eyed enthusiasms of a sport called baseball. Since baseball first came to North- eastern in 1967, it has, with every year, enjoy- ed an increasing amount of popularity on cam- pus. This year's season proved to be the most exciting one in the teanffs short history. With a record ten wins, the tearn shows great prom- use. di JHNRAL N Ny' JM W 4 1 Above: Jim Dobner, Tom Shields, Bob Nowinski. FINAL BASEBALL AVERAGES 1969 NAIVIE Gino Peace Wayne Ivladura Ed Groenvvald Craig Gigsted Bob Jelen Torn Shields Ed Miller Dennis Graziano Jim Dobner Bob Novvinski Frank Tiritilli TOTALS IDITCHING Ed Groenvvald Wayne Ivladura Bronco Jovic Bob Jelen Dave Gustafson AB 89 1 8 26 1 3 84 47 74 54 86 86 24 804 INN. 75V3 4O 34V3 15 29V3 R H 2B 3B 13 31 5 2 2 7 1 1 2 9 1 O 2 4 O O 14 24 3 O 3 11 O O 9 17 3 O 5 12 O O 1O 18 5 1 16 17 3 1 1 3 O O 96 193 28 6 RUNS EARN RUNS 34 22 17 16 2O 17 7 6 27 22 SO 25 1 6 1 20 10 15 9 17 17 9 182 ERA 2.62 3.60 4.45 3.60 6.75 RBI AVE 9 348 4 390 2 360 2 307 1 5 286 8 234 7 230 4 222 5 209 3 198 1 1 25 59 240 VV L 3 5 4 3 3 2 0 1 0 4 SEASON'S FINAL TOTALS Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Illinois Tech .... . . 3 Chicago State . . . . . 4 Rockford College . . . . . 1 Chicago Circle ..... . . . 12 Levvis College ....... . . . 8 University of Chicago ..... O University of Chicago ..... 5 Aurora College ...... . . 0 Milton College .......... 5 Milton College .......... 4 Memphis State University . . 2 Union College .......... 15 Southwestern College ..... 4 Union College ...... . . 6 Aurora College .... . . 8 MacMurray College . . . . . 11 MacMurray College . . . . . 3 MacMurray College . . . . . 5 Illinois Tech ...... . . 1 Concordia College .... . . . 5 St. Procopius College ...,. 6 Chicago State ...... . . 4 Levvis College .... . . . 8 Judson College .... . . . 3 Concordia College . . . . . . 1 Lake Forest ...... . . . 1 f 1 - a 1' ,fu i . , V 4 1 , 5, L ,, .,. in r W - -4 -B Y .,.. , Q. i A 1 . , . 1 , , .uf f ' ' ' . l 5 Q . .. 4- V Q 4. W- iq..- vr-cr-sccm i ' 1 5' l all IM-1 .- L-Z if ,, Ai l W A AY l 5' I' ,J 1 ,F "' 17" 'Will' if fir riff' f V, NXQAIQ' 91. V . -f.eiw- .ii z Agfifaq' 1 - Wy ij mkgtfxgx l 1 wr A lik I S wa, iwm' ,,....i 3l?,,t,,.f 1. ,, 4 Z, "Wag wi Mp. JL, PFW fi M-7,-7', 2,71 ' 'KH' F' . 'Ulm ff rf Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern 95 58 105 74 84 ....55 .. ..79 . 53 107 . 57 .. ..81 .. ..55 82 .. ..82 .. ..95 .. ..67 106 .. ..81 .. ..73 110 .. ..88 ....74 .. ..77 113 .. ..78 SEASONS RESULTS Trinity Christian ............. . . .58 Western Ontario University .... 74 Roosevelt University ...... . . 55 North Park College ...... . . 99 Chicago State .... . . 85 Illinois Tech .... . . 65 Wayne State ...... . . 74 Chicago Circle ....... . . 88 Roosevelt University . . . . 45 University of Chicago . . . . . 49 Chicago State College . . . . 82 Western Illinois ...... . .79 Concordia College . . . . 95 Judson College ..... . . . 84 St. Procopius College . . . . . 109 Illinois Tech ....... . . 58 Albert Lea College . . . . . 84 Illinois Circle ...... . . 79 lvlaryknoll College . . . . . 71 Aurora College ....... . . 73 Chicago State College . . . . 105 Wayne State University . . . . 105 Judson College ........ . . 74 St. lVlary's of lvlundelein . . . . 73 Aurora College ........ . . 77 O.T. 9 l 2 l .wan , .gl E'l if l ,H 'l i l 1 . ii ill 9 I il i ii sl' 5 ggi li El - li Z ., ill l .l is 1 ,5 lb? S E ra .fi 'i lil l gill! iii iii 111i li ll i Pl I i ii 1 l,. 3 lil ill Ng ijt? iiai 1 fig ii' i ii i ii ' i I i 1 l I A , if il Q I ,fr H 29,11 I 5' .f n , 4 A f 40 51" 12731 ' Ci!1435G'Lb'bZvP15la5'I fyz 7 f, ' ,, f 17.44, Row 1: Jasper Lagambina Uvlanagerj, Tim Blanchard, Jerry Mikrut, Chris Stubblefield, Hank Williams, Bob Jenkins, Addrell Blake ly, Jim Frohm, Keith Brown, Jesse Branson, Doug Devincent, Freshman Coach. Row 2: Joe Rossie, Pat Doyle CCo-Captainb, Mr Gerald Butler lCoachJ, Duke Gunter fCo-Captainl, Ron Czekalski. Not Pictured: Tom Coticchiof Johnson lVlcGee, Bronko Jovic l-lans Bass, Larry Bailey. Name Gunter, Duke Doyle, Bat Rossie, Joe Czekalski, Ron Coticchio, Tom Jovic, Bronko Stuloblefield, Chris Branson, Jesse lVlikrut, Jerry lVlcGee, Johnson Blakely, Addrell Frohm, Jim Jenkins, Bob Brovvn, Keith Bass, l-lans Bailey, Larry Williams, l-lank Blanchard, Tim TEAIVI TOTALS FINAL 1968-69 VARSITY BASKETBALL STATISTICS WON 12 LOST 13 FGA FGIVI ADV 418 169 227 99 247 105 103 49 137 67 94 34 173 70 151 51 61 30 171 70 44 22 13 7 17 8 31 15 4 1 20 5 20 5 12 0 1943 807 403 432 425 .475 .488 36 1 403 337 491 402 500 538 470 483 250 250 250 000 41 7 FTA 99 1 2 1 98 48 71 51 52 48 18 35 7 5 3 5 0 12 6 6 685 FTIVI ADV 58 .585 79 .652 67 .683 28 .583 54 .761 38 .745 16 .307 37 .772 12 .667 18 .514 4 .571 0 .000 0 .000 1 .200 0 .000 7 .583 2 .333 4 .667 425 .620 R 102 102 215 131 72 105 171 37 26 37 45 14 29 12 1 12 21 8 1140 ADV 4.0 4.0 8.6 5.2 3.4 4.5 7.4 1.4 1.2 2.3 2.3 2.8 3.6 1.0 .003 1.2 1.7 1.3 45.6 TF' ADV 396 15.8 277 1 1.0 277 1 1.0 126 5.0 188 8.9 106 4.6 156 6.7 139 5.5 72 3.4 158 9.8 48 2.5 14 2.8 16 2.0 31 2.5 2 .06 17 1.7 12 1.0 4 0.6 2051 82.0 Y' .ff'f:?:.E2iQ:3'hY'?:iE'd1'xE'1'S1Tl'-W7 WP "' ' "5 T ' vi .L-A-.N -1-.x ..x 'a V1 - .". 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Crean, Dr. Joseph G.-Associate Pro- fessor of Biological Science. Lamp, Dr. Herbert-Professor of Bio- logical Science. Lehmann, Dr. Wilma-Assistant Pro- fessor of Biological Science. Lerner, Dr. Jules-Assistant Professor of Biological Science. Rose, Miss Susan-Instructor in Biolog- ical Science. Wiercinski, Dr. Floyd J.-Professor of Biological Science. Z,, ..: x Q.. . we L I X X if Y x 'fue K . i f f f X' ii if ' 7,2713 Z4 n f T1!.3swSf-W3-i?isfX,QwKJMYNXTQX. QQQs1's::wSEf-'PX ' ' v . 5' 2 ff f 'ie A Slim.-w5',.s-.,-,wr --.f'Q...1f1fs1:X'i .Q---T-'w,.vw.iWYLsssiws f 'V ff. 4 i- 'ew' dwg: 5' SSW N QfSyfxrQSwPyXt we sn' ' X' Niwi 'Ts :MXN i: X - :M xm,,a,1- , 1 :Msg ' -1 Ns, wwf? N S, - ., K,B., - X V ' . vm Of' ' -wir ' v 9 'x ., N' SX . , . .. I -fwf'353P?3 WW-i ,N ff , , ff"1'.-.., X 'fs f b f 4-""' ' '."f'. Q-'.'F'7 1'if"' .,.: 2 -:fif41f7Aff"f M . J ii 5, 3' wfwimffig Q f .gf I f jr ,Q ',, H H 4' 31- i -'Q-.fn-7 fi 5, 'fun .Q V, Q, ' ' 'V la' 3 " 1 A ,- . Y ., ."'if'11i-Z1L5:"C H1525 1,-A 1' f, 37 "w-.f .V ' 4-'74 555' in . ' " ifgf' " 5 43 ii ai. A-vi .4 W-10" ff . my 1 ' 1' ,794 ',' 7 4-3 5 ri' " N 7,.jM. ,i,f,'kAj1'1'h,,m ' ,JM , j.1 ,,. ,W A, YJVQ in .Zig M 'f B. ff V3 'J"5,f "A ' fr ff A ff I ' ' . 1 .Lnlf ' '7 ' -Y' 1 " ,'.-LII' MW' 'W mlMmS1HiZWlQ ENGLISH -A1A1. 1 ' , ' W " - , r' 5 . f fzf ::1-1 : 2 f,.-1 ff 'A" f Q A H ' fr if l E r rr . " f ,, ? ' ' ' ' 5' .Tai ' , 'Q W f 'ff V Q , Q4- ?i ,3"3'fzfM 'W' , 51:8 2 I ,. , . ., .. J , . ff ff , 573. ,. , , ,,f,. , , ff! QQ-L,fW,f , , . V , I. ff- y A sf? J :mu xr f' fl' 1' gl '11 -fill aide:-Sammi' 1 X' W A Clark, Dr. Earl John-Associate Profes- sor of English. l-lobe-rg, Mr. Thomas-Instructor in En- glish. Krump, Dr. Jacqueline-Professor of English. Lawson, Mr. Courtney-Associate Pro- fessor of English. Liebovv, lvlr. Ely-Associate Professor of English. Patton, Mrs. Dorothy P.-Associate Pro- ' fessor of Englush. Verbulllon Dr. June lvl. Professor of English. , F5 l .1 :1v'.:f.:flry -ug V' ' X. ' it Q: .- 5-l+Qle?lam,:uals.sNs?a. ll is x -,x x wx fl "1 , i .I ii I ii if in i I Vf, xyfff Z fxf in . iw- ff I i4 'W-wffi .ff ' ,fm K ff A, I7 H1 2 2 z z ra rn M 3 sn R an z . l'l'l x X W fd, I, .313 if 6 Billing, Mrs. Aurelia-I n s t r u c t o r in French. Burmeister, Mrs. Norma R.-Assistant Professor of Spanish. Busse, Miss Bonnie-Assistant Profes- sor of Spanish. Callicounis, Miss Alice N.-Chairman- Department of Foreign Language, Assistant Professor of French. Coleman, Mr. Ben C.-Assistant Pro- fessor of Spanish. Friedman, Mrs. Serafima-Instructor in Russian. Galassi, Dr. Battista J.-Assistant Pro- fessor of Spanish. V. if ,I I Z 'r i .i 2 l. - E ' li . 2 P '55 i if I .EI i , ,L ui -w 3 lil l ii ii l Q, Tnwm.. my TY 'Moria ---...ifz 4 N . hm -M i i l ill 'li Q. l I ll y l i ' ll il lil ,fl VI, . 3 ills 3 iff? IES :J 1 l L. fl iii iii its il i ii l I 479 'v-.Ju , was WE i f- mix Gonzalez, Mr. Rodrigo-Instructor in Spanish. l-lolby, lVlrs. Dorothy J.-Assistant Pro- fessor of Spanish. Jolly, lvlr. Julio J.-Instructor in Spanish. lvlilanesi, Mr. Albert-Assistant Profes- sor of French. Najera, Mrs. Valeska S.-Foreign Lan- guage Faculty Instructional Supervi- sor in the Foreign Language Labora- tory, Assistant Professor of Spanish. O'Cherony, lvlrs. Rosalyn K.-Assistant Professor of Spanish. W Vx-0. sd! is A hw HA A ,,.,,..,4,.,. .. .W v i " ' iff ' :av Ly. 'V ,.7'7f12x' 'N yi: f' 7 ,W - 7.Mf3,,,I wif f ,. wi, Zvi- V - ' - I A J" e'!.'fM'3E? JZSWVSY Q, I, K I , A 1, X A I H My V M X, W,sZrq,fQ , ff, v ' ,m.i..,. '- Wi- -,W 4 ww- 4- if ff- , . W .. . 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Twllfi-.H?I'2'3' - 4'3" - . 1 H ' im-" .WW 'G kanji LINGUISTICS Beaver, Dr. Joseph C.-Chairn'1an-De- partmeht of Linguistics, Professor of Linguistics. Collins, Dr. Henry E.-Associate Pro- fessor of Linguistics. Illwitzer, Dr. Robert-Assistant Profes- sor of English. Kochman, Dr. Thomas-Assistant Pro- fessor of Linguistics, Inner C i t y Studies Education. Phillips, Mrs. lrrna Jean-Linguistics Department Secretary. Seigel, Mr. Don lvl.-Assistant Profes- sor of Linguistics. l l 5 7 '--.v.i.1""M!?4wW 4"!'f, A A- - -'uw - ow ., . ' ,mail L r f if x Q, Y .Qqrk his i1af1fgT. 'X - , i mx A MQ mg- . X f 'Qian X x x fig XP. l . x - sf Nav ,. -:- ,,x51Tx' N54 . 4 .t L as 3 xx.--,X-.f:K. - . - - ' i gf., Q, X Q .. . SZ ,MW MATH Abt, Mrs. E s t h e r R.--Instructor in Mathematics. Ansari, Mr. Abdus-Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Becker, Mr. Louis-Assistant Profes- sor of Mathematics. Boukiclis, Mr. Nicholas A.-Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Czarriecki, Dr. Adam-Associate Pro- fessor of Mathematics. Flack, Mrs. Marion-Mathematics De- partment Secretary. Patricelli, Mr. Anthony-Assistant Pro- fessor of Mathematics. Weiner, Dr. Louis-Professor of Mathe- matics. f f K .K , f 42 Il V f 'W-W -Ex, 73"f4"'MvZ ,M , , .1 I ' ' f f? ,f . Z f , ' Wi, f f . f, ff ff c fr ,ff 4 X f f 7,2 f'.,4'ff.v','f ff, iff' f , if f Z I f it --1' . '-.. - .-.-,i.- tu ,M ...Q -.......4 1 www V-Www P .' - -'.+ '.4-f : ,Z .1 f f " 'E .W' NWA - WKLW A i ' " '- N 'tw wsiizskizzkf-4262314 if "2.2":f X. X 1 i " --W-1....N.,,,, -.........wnl!5i' , . i ' 1 925. WZ! ""'N'.."'F9W' -. Sm X 'NWN .. .A X4 . Q.. A ,xx ,f 5 .- M Y' f . ' i 5 iffy' ,... ,, 7- I 4 , -nn", -. .., .. u.,r,.+. " A W. 4.w -2 3 -ww-fibfv ' ' 1 i . i mrwfme- .4 Mmnw' MUSIC Anderson, Mr. Charles-Assistant Pro- fessor of Music. Charkovsky, Mr. Willis-Assistant Pro- fessor of Music. Gangvvare, Dr. Edgar, Jr.-Professor of Music. Harmon, Dr. Harold D.-Professor of Music. Mach, Dr. Elyse E.-Assistant Professor of Music. Nicosia, Dr. Doiores J.-Associate Pro- fessor of Music. Resseger, Mr. Robert E.-Instructor in Music. 159 PHILCSUPHY Moorheacl, Dr. Hugh S.-Associate Pro- fessor of Philosophy. Rizik, Dr. James-Assistant Professor of Philosophy. PHYSICAL SCIENCE Eiachrach, Dr. J o s e p h-Professor of Chemistry. Ball, Mrs. Carol I..-Physical Science Secretary. Clarkson, Mr. Miller B.-Associate Pro- fessor of Physics and Mathematics. Doehler, Dr. Robert W.-Assistant Pro- fessor of Geology. Forslev, Dr. Albert-Professor of Earth Science. wvH1'!'v9"""" Sim V Q wi, 1.6 ' V ,el f f fr! 1 54-1N:,.X.v ,tvfxli ' iEF3'f4?S533"W?55? 'Rm sw. If 9ao0"' 3' Gilbert, Dr. Robert L.-Assistant Pro- fessor of Physics. Groenier, Dr. Wi ll is l..-Professor of Chemistry and Physical Science. Koch, Mr. Richard-Instructor in Physi- cal Science. Mason, Dr. Donald F.-Professor of Chemistry. Nissim-Sabat, Dr. Charles--Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Poskozim, Paul S.-Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Powers, Mrs. Susan-Chemistry Faculty Assistant. ,law , W WW 4 ' , ,f , . L.: x f ' i F A - 1 I l l , 1 hi. "'?ff?1fZfilf5W'iff5Ff?3' f. PULITICAL SCIENCE AND ECUNUMICS Farr, Dr. Thomas S. -Professor of Po- litical Science. Firoozi, Dr. Ferycloon-Assistant Pro- fessor of Economics. Frederick, Dr. Eclris-Chairman-Political Science and Economics Department, Associate Professor of Political Sci- GVWCE. Kokoris, Dr. James A.-Associate Pro- fessor of Economics. Pomerantz, lVlrs. Evelyn-Political Sci- ence, Economics and Geography De- partments Secretary. Siclhu, Mrs. Nancy-Assistant Professor of Economics. Varophas, Mr. Kusol-Assistant Profes- sor of Political Science. Welty, Dr. Paul S.-Professor of Politi- cal Science. 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W N Nl X Q V xg N Pi 25,225 ' " W -5 V, A 'les N v N V e N R XQ Q x RQ, K xx IQX xk 5 A Q. Y X '- as-X. X M xi gf Q N m ,' Kr i if PSYCHULUGY Aronov, Dr. Bernard M.-Professor of Psychology. Dufour, Dr. Victor L.-Assistant Pro- fessor of Psychology. Ellis, Dr. Ruth-Associate Professor of Psychology. Gordon, Mr. Arnolcl-Assistant Profes- Sor of Psychology. Kahn, Mrs. Michele-Psychology De- partment Secretary. Khan, Dr. Rafi-Associate Professor of Psychology. Kirk, Dr. R. Bruce-Professor of Psy- chology. Loos, Dr. Frank M.-Associate Pro- fessor of Psychology. ,N , X XM CQ? X i I -:- . , -' Nw ' ' N gs 2.9 9 .mix w 'fs f is --'ff-W: HW -S H Qi 2-Q-fwfr 6 l f 132 -ef fi ,K ,-wwf- M' if ww.. if . W! MW ff , ..,, my diy' Z,fMfWf?,,f ff .mf ff f 572' 'i.- f f 41 1 X I 1-I . Mann, Dr. John-Associate Professor of Psychology. Nelson, Mrs. l-lelen E.-Psychology De- partment Secretary. Rosenthal, Dr. Vin sor of Psychology Ternkin, IVlr. David sor of Psychology -Associate Profes- -Associate Profes- SUCIULUGY Branclzel, Mrs. Rose-Associate Profes- sor of Sociology. fniagii fi Q f Z'ff:'efff' f 5, X, 4, 4 4. J !.W,,g . ., 4 ' QM, If 8, 4 vffgfy , Z 6 ' 2 'Wasil "" """"'w' rf . X X 7 ' X ' 1 N dezffxx K gg X 4 Y 7 xx . f f f f 3 MM 2 1 f ', .,,N,f' 1 f . SPEECH Barushok, Dr. Jarnes-Chairn'1an-De- partment of Speech, Associate Pro- fessor of Speech. Edelheit, Mrs. Gertrude-Speech De- partment Secretary. Faires, Dr. Dena IVI.-P r o f e s s o r of Speech. I-lesler, Mr. Richard-Assistant Profes- sor of Speech. Stewart, Mr. William R. -Speech Cor- rectionist, Assistant P r o f e s s o r of Speech. Walker, Dr. Robert J.-Associate Pro- fessor of Speech. 1 2 5 x 2 fUW 0' r . .. ky .1 7: .- .A E, .5 -WP' '1 . , if? ' ".f. X A' mf' tn.-z. ,, 1 f.1.,',-, ilgtf.f:-Q:-Q-'.s-QQ,-,Q1'b,..'w' - ' , . 'ilfgfi.'J:'531l:'I55sE1i-'I " ' f ?f'i'f3'x'f3W'1"'E?S' R . . . 1. , . Y . N 5' 'pi ff W -.gs . 4? . we -'W ,hm A , 444- Xgign t vs 1 ' me :Qt si A twig, Y, , x , xg y .Q X, , X x A x ,Q V 'X v' Y 5 ' N VN JN is RQ X X , , XS Y N s K Q X 5' XX N M . 'MY ' Y ,-fV X . ,. . ff , . N K , Q Q K r . 'Q f .Q Jw 0 .FV 1 f 3 Yi JI" 5 E , K, tgl-.IN X, s .W i 55.5, A - 4619? -T: f J E c Q-. ELEMENTARY lsacc, Dr. Margrethe G.-Associate Pro- fessor of Early Childhood Education. Krueger, Mrs. Marcella-Assistant Pro- feSSOr' of Early Childhood Education. Ware, Mrs. Gussie M.-Assistant Pro- fessor of Early Childhood Education. Austrheim, Miss Bernice-Chairman-De partment of Elementary Education, Associate Professor of Elementary Education. Etten, Dr. John F.-Professor of Ele- mentary Education. Leighty, Mr. Dave-Elementary Educa- tion-Faculty Assistant. O'DonnelI, Mrs. Lillian-Elementary Ed- ucation Department Secretary. O'Donnell, Mr. John P.-Assistant Pro- fessor of Elementary Education. , Mx it ' N N . A 5 X 1 5 'V x...m-Q --A-- - ---- -------'J-4--'--M - ...4 .... 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'1 Y I, - 5 4""""9 EIJUCATIUNAL FUUNIJATIUNS Glockner, Mrs. Valentine-Cnairmam Department of Educational Founda- tions, Assistant Professor of Educa- tional Foundations. Kingman, Mrs. Melva-A d mis s io n s Counselor-Fart-Time, Instructor in Ed- ucational Foundations. Ruskin, Mrs. Esther-Educational Foun- dations Fart-Time. Vogel, Mr. Mitchell-Instructor in Ed- ucational Foundations. JUN --MM WZ 168 GUIDANCE AND CUUNSELING Bowers, Dr. Mary A.-Professor of Ed- ucation. Langley, Dr. Elizabeth-Assistant Fro- fessor of Education. wx 5 ff I-sg,ig 5 fr ff! iititfgv st, .K X m,'Q Q.-.mf , ...lf 7 . W 2 E , e -. 1 Cv? ,Q xiii. 'fi' ' " iff? ' .V 25- , i f5fQ,f7!' ' Q91 f .Q Q74 , . 4 iff vw? 'gif' ,Wifi wut. MW, INNER CITY STUDIES Arnez, Dr. Nancy I..-Director of Cen- ter for Inner City Studies, Associate Professor of Inner City Studies Edu- cation. Bailey, IVlr. Donn E.-Instructor for ln- ner City Studies Education. Beck, Dr. Armin-Associate Professor of Inner City Studies Education. Kloss, Sister-Inner City Studies. LIBRARY SCIENCE I Al I I I l I I I II I I S 'f fessor of Library Science. I. . . . , . ii fessor of Library Science, Librarian In I tant Professor of Library Science. . I I FQ w ,wi Q mi I I I 5 QI II Q II I I I I ...af A. 'I I .I, I . I , Aber, Miss Jeanne M.-Assistant Pro- avi :I I 531, Avciicn, Mr. Kamil Y.-Librarian-Orcler III FI Department, Assistant Professor of If Library Science. I QI" Black, Mrs. Sophie K.-Assistant Pro- Curriculum Materials Center. , Jen, Mr. Albert C. Y.-Cataloger, Assis- A,' Lee, Mrs. Karen S.-Order Department, Instructor in Library Science. ,II Levin, Miss Marian-Orcler Department, Assistant Professor of Library Sci- . I ence. ., I . I 2-gndllk . 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FEE.: skv..fL.2fg BOX , 33.55 .Q E ,Q 15f3iTiif5l:TT13f IQ M1 5:-"YET . .WT 'ITfI'KEiii:?iftIII3iIAII'9'II':i -:Q 'ff' ' ,,., , . .ff 'f' f 'X gr, "-77' 719 , ' 2' ' WA 5 Q44 wi , -.pi l-3, ly ,gudiiiiiu ! 7 8 .. .kc 4. 0 W ff Z, vgf I lf, gimme if -P ii QxA S is N""-'-F 'N--N. 5' gi "ll" 3 ., gf P L L if 'M-'M--L sfff S! cccy Mmm-M 1 N.mjr'ffM, A I IEZ ' I b - Y 11 W ,..,.X Q N I ' Ay McGregor, Mr. James W.-Cataloger, Instructor in Library Science. Mistaras, Miss Evangeline-Librariam Periodicals, Assistant Professor of Library Science. Otte, Mrs. Maxine-Cataloger, Assis- tant Professor of Library Science. Trenery, Mr. Frank E.-Librarian-Goverm ment Documents, Instructor in Library Science. White, Mrs. Dorothy L.-Librarian-Ref- erence Department, Instructor in Li- brary Science. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Butler, lVlr. Gerald-Assistant Profes- sor of Physical Education. Ehrlich, Mrs. Bettye-Physical Ecluca- tion Faculty Assistant. Faloona, Ivlr. Ronald-I n s t r u c t o r in Physical Education. Graves, Dr. ldella-Associate Professor of Physical Education. Hale, lvlr. Robert-Instructor in Physical Education. Kane, Mr. Charles G.-Athletic Director, Assistant Professor of Physical Edu- cation. Q l Y , ' 5 1 2,2 Q ,,, 1 1, 7, , ......,,,,0 , Q A,,. n .5 M wg.:-, - ',Af : "'1- - 1 U 4- " : , W 7 f , f U, Uv! f ff f 4 W,j,,.ffW f, ,f 'fff7ff X f f ,M f aff f ff of fff wwf' if' fffff 1 f 4 32.-,.E,,.,,, J ,Mb w ,fa - ,. 4, f , f K , f ZX 'ff f f j ' f, fW ,f f f M X , 1 f , W f 5 Q f 1 M 1 f fff QM? g 4 ,m. f ' f 1 ,Zi if X M .W f , , X f WWQ - '1-if -RP N Luneckas, Mr. Mykolas-Supervisor of Gym Facilities. Meyer, Miss Betty Ann-Assistant Pro- fessor of Physical Education. Mueller, Mr. Edward B.-Physical Edu- cation Department Chairman, Assis- tant Professor of Physical Education. Petty, Mrs. Dolores I..-Physical Edu- cation Department Associate Chair- man, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Przytula, Miss Irene-Women's Locker Room Attendant. Toppel, Mrs. Lilian-Physical Education Department Secretary. Woskoff, Miss Victoria-Instructor of Physical Education. jW.9, 'fm sig i 7, . Xb! 2. .ff .W W . jgf ,Sv J.. .gl ' . Y. i lui fi .ll fal l 1 1 i iii ra i i Sq li li il z "5 ' 3 l QI il il 5 i g' iii , , WW, ,maugwguu ,-.. ,.. it ".'.""' -in' Guysenir, Dr. Maurice-Cnairrnan, Dept. of Secondary Education, Professor of Secondary Education and Social Sci- ence. Poster, Mr. John E3.-Assistant Profes- sor of Secondary Education. A, SPECIAL EDUCATIUN ltkin, Dr. William--Chairman, Special Education Program, Professor of Psy- cnology. Vittenson, Dr. Li l l i a n-Professor of Special Education. Widen, Dr. Irwin-Associate Professor of Special Education. SECUNIJARY W I, , I l i l , l . l K-. PRESIDENT SACHS Z, f fi My f 4 bw A fi , . 5MZ. . I X A,A. , . , l , ,,,V ,,.. , idil . In his third year as President of Northeastern Illinois State College, Dr. Jerome lvl. Sachs has novv given eight years of service to this college. With the school when it was founded in 1961 as Chicago Teachers Col- lege-North, Dr. Sachs has seen our college grow into a bustling, active state college. With his guidance and wisdom Northeastern is successfully making the transition from a city teachers college to a state liberal arts college. In the past eight years, Dr. Sachs has served as Dean of Academic Studies, Executive Dean, Dean of the College and as President of the College. Northeastern has greatly profited from the leadership of Dr. Sachs. For this leadership we are grateful. l-lere is to Dr. Sachs, may he continue with us for many more years. .gf 2 Ll .Sew N N , ' K xt LSXQ 1 5 P Xi ,. , X-S X Christensen, Miss Louise E.-Director of Records Registrar, Assistant Pro- fessor of Physical Education. Goldberg, Dr. Robert J.-Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Dean of Faculty Administration, Professor of Biological Science. l-lowenstine, Dr. William I..-Dean of Students, Professor of Social Science. Lienemann, Dr. William l-l.-Vice-Presb dent of Administrative Affairs, As- sistant to the President, Associate Professor of Education. Malek, Dr, Vincent F.-Dean of the Graduate College, Professor of Music. McCreery, Miss Dorothy-Co-ordinator of Guidance and Counseling Center, Instructor in Guidance and Counseling. 1 nhl? VLC. ..i1'f.i-rw. i wg. .,,.,, , .S .,,,. .J ...tr T, 1 l Q' E I . 3? 4 1 ' f' l i l l l l ,l i 'X' Y xr MX XX2flfBlS2?3smm.... .. ........-al' 'w?"3 'VFW l l l 176 l gi .-5, ' 1' mf- V1-Mffff 'f im 4 W- A f .: I Mittman, Mr. Norman-Director of Com- puter Services. Moran, Dr. Charles VV.-Vice-President of Administrative Affairs, Professor of Mathematics. Pitts, Mr. Griff D.-Associate Dean of Students, Assistant Professor of Guid- ance and Counselor Education. Poorman, Dr. Richard O.-Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Associate Professor of Education. Schneider, Ivlr. Seymour-Director of Libraries, Assistant Professor of l.i- brary Science. Stamps, Dr. Charles I-I.-Director of Learning Services, Professor of Speech. Zimmerman, IVlrs. Berniece--Dean of Women, Assistant Professor of Edu- cation. ff . E . J. L If ff i ip. fig 5 1 .K as I ? Hu' I Q 3, x , .. 3 . i f Y tif: ,ff y y ,f n. A ,Aff N " 1 yitfmv i 2 X N iff . if if f it t , ,-.. 4. if vq i ,,-A-ws. .Aw WN.. an Y? 1' 'sw AN iin -WWE --,..L.,.,4, :c- . .1E,.-..,lE..,.. . ,, ,Mac ' 4 K-W4 gg W ,. ,I-rl arm K5 'Z-E2 Behrendt, Miss Barbara-Counselor in the Guidance and Counseling Center, Assistant Professor of Counseling. Bobkiewicz, Mr. Walter-Counselor in the Guidance and Counseling Center, Instructor in Guidance and Counsel- ing. Braun, Mr. Vernon R.-Director of Eve- ning College and Extension, Assistant Professor of Education. Cook, Mrs. Barbara-Registrar, Assis- tant Professor of Education Founda- tions. Duffie, Mrs. Frances R.-Ac.lministra- tive Assistant, Instructor in Educa- tion. Etten, Miss Marion-Health Services Co-ordinator, Instructor in Health Education. Gallagher, Mrs. Valerie Z.-Director of Placement, Assistant Professor of Biology. 7 if ff fx! Ks..- ff 'D 11-J sq-Q My H-w w, ...W '3 :j,.15r1,t:v-giy,-.1 :qi fgii-17:wr'1j-1. ',1Q'.g ',iJ1fE':iC",1T'x ?.'g'v:y.-531 f'i.,'y"'C,Tf"'f' Kg 'Ei'-51'iqx1 3 . ' " - 4 - . ., , - ..... ,' -fi - Mx-f' ..i '-5-ivy' v..,"X"'N ' 133.5 -A-.....a.....f-A--i.lua..---+a...l..p1r:.g:,"'1.1:1.1.5f:B..-LlEXi1:T:il'Z:i3i1K:?lq'r?ZL'EiYSi'n"1'9?3Pi..EEYRx'Ywf'lZ'l. 'il 'f ' ' ' ' 2 5 " .ii QQ A 4 , , -a Eff . 4, Q S X3 x s , N,.,, . . . Wy... -:aff-V ,V B -anew' was Grimes Jr., lvlr. George P.-Director of Student Teaching, Assistant Profes- sor of Elementary Education. l-laas, Mr. Raoul R.-Director of Admis- sions, Associate Professor of Edu- CatiOr'1. Mohamed, Dr. Harold-Director of ln- stitutional Research, Associate Pro- fessor of Urban and Transportation Geography. Quinn, Dr. Paul F.-Associate Dean of Graduate College. Professor of Ed- ucation. Raymer, Mrs. Donna-Counselor in the Guidance and Counseling Center, Associate Professor of Guidance and Counseling. Wendell, Mr. Ronald-Director of Stu- dent Financial Aids, Executive Assis- tant. Ziagos, lvlr. Gus-Director of l-lealth, Recreation and Physical Education, Associate Professor of Physical Edu- cation. .N ,A ss. .Q . Mp i ,A i ' -iv vi' ,Q wr 0 ' 3- Mak s q f , , nw.-- ou... Y. G f Z .1 l l rl l 1 QI l 5 . 11 l El I 1 ff! Hfxgifti-fa:"fI1rff?FQ'fLR3'cWfi?f??.. ,z-.--1. in-'ff fx: 1 it .1 --: ,111'.L.f.i"-i E Q J' . . X ,xx 1 l l .,. 1 " .' I l . 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ARMY lRet'dJ i,ox'l-lmoizol ILLINOIS 1' DIRECTOR OF CWIL DEIENSE nmmmhaticm BE IT KNOWN THAT NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS STATE COLLEGE CONTRI BUTED BENEFICIALLY TO THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITY EFFORT TO LIMIT HIGH WATER DAMAGE FROM THE THIRD HIGHEST FLOOD CRESTS IN THE HISTORY OF ILLINOIS ON THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER: AND, SUCH EXCEPTIONAL EFFORT IS HEREBY APPRECIATED AND COMMENDED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE OF ILLINOIS. Given this, 2,5131 ..... day of. MGY ,....... BY HUUIOFUY Of HiS EXC-ellencv. W H, Richard B. Ogilvie, Govemor one thousand nine hundred and., 99... of the State of Illinois 3 Siffhn 'E . No UURS' I Dinan' cow.:-soo-nz 429,41 During the April 1969 trimester break, several dozen Northeastern students worked together to aid the residents of Fulton, Illinois in pre- venting the banks of the Mississippi River from overflowing and destroy- ing their tovvn. As the river's height reached the third highest flood crest in the history of Illinois, the Northeasterners and Fulton residents fever- ishly filled sandbags and built up dikes to retain the river vvithin its banks. ln recognition of their contribution to the successful retention of the Mississippi River, these Northeastern students were presented with a commendation from the Illinois Office of Civil Defense in May of 1969. J Ne, QQ yxn' 'vo Qo- . 1 S 2 ff I A-.N . ,,,Q Rl -4 WJ,,q1?' gk '32 .-4 .Va Y IA Wax it 'Q' s Ek S- .?' '5- . . - V' -f' x - U' v ' iq, , yay. , -f X , , i gil en, 7 f' Ny ' ' ww x W pn? , s, FQ ,' ,SL M . -. ' 1 , L , X, Wi f Q ,- X, f W X ,A , Qaffrgfi V 9! X f , X 2 Qs . fx S A, W X wi? ff . f X Q. L X- Q gg 1 ii ,, -M.::. :Q-.-1 .... i wi gg Q ,Q Q- Z Sf . If i 3 Q Q55 i . . Q 1 f Q I VVS! is Q M... 5 . , .. l N: M W - ' .. er: 'Q . ai Oi ElNW 'Ni ,' W , T2 Q YOUNG UCK KIM 9'5- M' 'W I VW Young Uck Kim entertained the Evening Concert Series this past year with an outstanding performance. Though only twenty years of age, he possesses the ability to understand music and the power to communi- cate. As Sidney Fields of the New York Daily News wrote: "I-le played with eloquence, maturity and such intensity that there seemed to be no world beyond his bow." Young Uck Kim began piano studies at the age of five. Two years later he switched to violin and was barely eight years old when he won his first prize in an important contest. Kim carne to the United States in 1961 as a student of Ivan Gala- mian and is continuing his studies under him. Subsequent appearances with the National Symphony Orchestra brought him to the attention of Leonard Bernstein. Mr. Bernstein introduced him at the Young Peoples Concert as a "GENIUS", adding "And I do not use that word lightly." Since then, invitations for guest appearances have been extended by over forty recital centers and orchestras, including major engagements at Ravinia and the Hollywood Bowl. Young Uck Kim can be truly classified as a "GENIUS" after hearing his performance at Northeastern. A .- . .f3. ,Jr V ..-AMA I W V41 W,,,,,,, , 7 ,,,,,, W , , f, A - THE MAUDS I l 1 202 - ,..V-Y.- --7-Y.j-f--- -1 11' -. ' 'fd , 'XT4 :N ' A . - ' ' "X Q 1 -3 v 'Q-:.4.r-urn falubnv-'I .H,1.:3.1 31111 ME...-N.,1... PETER NERD -.f,,,nf,w. Concert Series The Peter Nero concert was one of the most popular concerts of the season. lVlr. Nero, who is recognized as being the foremost pianist in his field, gave a splendid performance. l-lis style is strictly his own, encompassing everything from pure jazz to an ingenious use of the classics. l-le is the possessor of a masterful technique which he uses to create a rainbow of emotion from warm pathos to delightful humor. In addition to his piano artistry, Peter is an excellent arranger and arranges all the music that he plays. l-le is also an accom- plished composer and his concerts and record albums include many of his own compositions. His artistry has earned him two "Grammy" awards as well as fame all over the world. i lf E. I i ,,, i i i li 204 1,- UIJETTA Mr. Speller and Odetta share a smile with our photographer after her brilliant performance. Beautiful, dynamic Odetta rendered a premier performance from her repertoire of soulful folk songs on October 17, was honored with a ban- quet sponsored by the Black Heritage Club and the Black Caucus. 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