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AA :AVA ,. A AAAA QVAA, A, 4 V AA fV"fA2 ' A,V ' f"'X1,,. i ." Q: Hhffh MZ V VV, 7' ' -U5 -Vf' " V ' V, AVVVX. V V VA VQVAVAV A' A A - '. A A V ' :ff AQ "." A:'i'4A' V' ,V A .:fA!l" A A'-Z' rj V VV fV gt, A A , ' A A Af, . V 5 V . Af V V A A A V - ,A , .A A.,Af -'r .AA AA VV AY A . . f A A 'f"A' 1 ,". V. " V :.'.17V'- -131. "HA V, ' V 4 . 'V 'V V V V '51, -1 V".f g" fwf- ' V I:,3g1:'g1i V A, lf V' 'A , A 5.-.1'V3.'7' 'LVVA ...il Af: A .AV A AV - A V- A ' : A . ,. , A I I V 4 V A V J J lf' 1 1 I I I , 2 ' J fin V 4 A '. ff V V V , fx . X 4 .AVA A A QA V 1 ,V V2 VH' t ,5f'r 4 , rf V1 AV, ,V ii V 'V- 4n,tf.H':.'.. Q. AA. ..LV A YA .. A , .. A .VAA:fy.A.'A?gzA:?7,iA,:xim,4,YA ' -' ' 12 .V TEV: VNV, Ls ff sf 'gm gif. ff ff? 4 Y' A4 VV Ar. , V1 A jf if Y L 1-.A , ' ' 41' A I 1 'j,,A ,'V!'1' Vf 'A ' A' , V A AV'f1AT'.Hf4 VVEX'-'V-V'22f4ff1"f .rh V A AA Ag VV, V Af, ,VV -AVA. AV .VlA.A,AV,V'AAmwguA4A4fL.f Agn. Vl'A' V . .' A V1-.'A.i'VVVf.,fn"H' ' x A V V: V . LVAVVVVf2xV.VA'41 by, .gal-a,V. .P V AAVAQA -' 'A 5, ' A'TAg',9 Vfiiq 3251 " A V -A I..'1, ,- .2 VI.. AV .511':',:'.AVV'A!r4:aQAw.Ai'x. . V-If FWS? V , AV' A V AA' 'A VA.,,f:A, AVA.: .AQi:y,4V,4.1 Vg + V V -I - Abraham, Dvvaine -Geography Club. Adams, S a n d r a Ann -Linguistics Club. Adams, Sandra -French Club. Akvva, lvlaryan-Dean's High Honor List. Allgaier, Robert-Biology Club, Dean's High Honor List, Freshman Orientation Leader. Almgreen, Barbara -Association for Childhood Education. Aurelio, Marcia -A s s o c i a t i o n for Childhood Education, Lambda Sigma Alpha CSocial and Dance Committeel, Student Education Association. Babolek, Steve, Jr. 3 a!r,-."-1 , - -. --h Beard, Nancy IVI.-Northeastern Print, Political Science Club, Stage Players. Behnke, Donna I..- Bickel, Mary Ann -Psychology Club. Biggins, Laurie -Northeastern Print. Black, Evelyn I..-Association for Childhood Education CVice-Presi- dentb, Dean's,,l-lonor I.ist, l-lonor's Convocation, Twenty-One Plus. Blanda, Louise-Dean's I-lonor l.ist. Boloer, Joan V. - Boelke, Susan ES. - I Bogacki, Karen- Boress, Babette P.- Eramlette, Joan-History Club, As sooiatioh for Childhood Education Spanish Club, Tvvehty-One Plus. Breitberg, Roberta -KLAI. Brohh, Nikki-- ' I Cambero, David-Band, Peace Council, Spanish Club. U Cascio, Anthony -Chorus, Spanish Club. Choffnes, Susan-Council of Except-ional Children, Dean's 'l-lonor L i st, Spanish Cltib. b 1 , Cololeigh, Melody Ann-Mentors, North- eastern Print. - Coen, Susan - Colin, Barbara - l Conrow, Richard G. - Conway, Kathleen - .WE ,ef l . Corona, Marie- Crovvley, Mary - Curran, l.inda E.-Americans For Our G.l.'s, Polk Dance Club KCostume Chair- manl, lnterpreter's Theatre, Northeastern Print, Stage Players, Young Americans Por Freedom, Young Republicans. Czelusta, Marian-Alpha Rho Omega, Dean's Honor List, Newman Club, l.an- guage l.ab Student Aide, Spanish Club, Spanish Tutor. Davenport, Patricia -Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Linguistics Club. Davids, Richard W. -Mathematics Club. DeCaluwe, Susan-Coffee House The- atre, French Club, Newman Club, Phys- ical Health Club, Psychology Club, Square Dance Club fPresidentD, Stage Players CPresident, Vice-President, Sec- retary, Treasurerj, Student Senate, Vol- unteer at Illinois State Mental Hospital. DeChristofano, Anne-Art Assemblage, Dean's High Honor l.ist. Y i ' 'Ap :T l.. l yf! li' f 1 Delfily, Margaret- Diederich, Janice -Psychology Club, Student Education Association. Doyle, P a t r i c k-Linguistics Club, Varsity Basketball CCaptain7. Drake, C h a r I e s--Geography Club CPresidentJ. Dragon, l-lelen-Dean's l-ligh l-lonor List, Dean's I-lonor List, Psychology Club, Spanish Club. Ducla, Carol -.Pine Arts. .P 'fy V 1: , ' , f I 'a,. - 5 ,. ., ,. ,T ,:. . 1. A, 'aw' M951 1 1' 4 -Jia. NJ, f'fm', '4-M4 .'A.J..'...i N. 79 lull-Q ! C hfmj li MN Dunn, Mary-Bancl CBanclsvvoman of the yearl, Chorus, Newman Club CPresiclentJ, Physical l-lealth Club. Durkin, Patrick- Dziurgot, Thomas-Alpha Chi Epsi- lon CPresiclentD, French Club. Eclmett, Cathie- Engstrom, Liz-Physical l-l e a I t h Club. Fabiszak, Marlene -Bowling League, Chemistry Club lSocial Secretaryl, Square Dance Club, Yearbook. l l Farrell, Nancy- Filipek, Mariiyn -Asian Affairs. Finnegan, Colleen -Pep Club. Forliano, Jonn- Fournier, Donna -Dean's Honor L.ist, History Club, Honors Convocation, Lambda Sigma Alpha CCorrespond- ing Secretaryh, Synchronauts. Friscber, Andrea- I" ff ff ' Q S zi I -3 5' 3 i :n i 3 p, l gb 3 lizf Gacleke, Janet-Creative Writing. Gallagher, Patricia -Gymnastics CCO- Captainj, Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club, W.R.A. Bas- ketball Team. W Gallery, Kathleen lVl.-l-listory Club, Newman Club. Gerson, Rhoda -Dean's High Honor List, Dean's l-lonor l.ist. Gillespie, Daniel - Gilmore, Michael J. -Economics Club CTreasurerJ, Northeastern Print, Psy- chology Club. -.'. X ' SN? .1 2 X1 E2 g c X Q , fig Q .5 M' ,., '-'AF fi Griffin, Marilyn -Band, Chamber Or- chestra, Collegiunn lvlusicunn. Guiclo, Carol A. - Habel, Nancy Ann -Folk Dance Club CF'residentJ, Square Dance Club Cpresiclentl. l-laller, Walter J. - l-lansen, Karen -Biology Club. Hanson, Janet -lnterpreter's The- atre. l-lardy, Jeanne C.-Psi Chi Honor Society, Psychology Club fpresiclent, Vice-Presiclentj. l-larrison, Leslie Pat-Physical Ecl- ucation Majors. 1.23 Wg ' rw l l l-l e n n e s's y, Karen Julia -Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship, N e W m a n Club, Peace Council, Philosophy Club. l-lerzberg, Anne- l-loff, Bernadine- l-lolcornb, Irwin C. - lsrael, Andrea -Dean's l-lonor List, Stu- dent Aide. Jackson, Gloria D. -Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Intramural Volleyball Tearn, Polk Dance Club, Square Dance Club. Jaeger, Joan-Physical Education lVla- jors, Physical l-lealth Club. Jakubovvski, Linda-Association for Childhood Education CConstitution Com- mitteeb, Dean's l-lonor l.ist, Psychology Club. 7 ..-.ESQ 5 What trees do they plant???? 1 Mf""f'4 V I hi ""'i3'l5' '11 Q AW ,-v ., . ' 3 Jansson, Denise- Jasiek, Phyllis-Literature Club. Johns, Nancy-Lambda Sigma AI- pha, Orchesis. Johnson, Theresa-Association for Childhood Education, Twenty-One Plus. Jones, Ivlariane P.-Alpha Rho Omega CSecretaryJ, Dean's Honor List, l-lonor's Convocation, Physical Health Club, Spanish Club. Kahn, Rachelle-French Club CSec- retaryj, Kl.Al., Mentors, Twenty-One Plus. 2 v 5-""' 1, A X :sg ww 'S t . X. ,, Kamp, Joyce- Kasten, William E. -Physical Education lVlajors. , Kaszyk, Christina-Alpha Rho Omega, Geography Club, Student Senate fVice- Presidentj. I Kelly, Rosemary -Lambda Sigma Alpha, Kern, Margo- Kirsohenbaum, Kay B.-Dean's l-lonor List. ,ti .' is . Komatowski, Shirley- Kopakin, Bonita R.-Chorus, Dean's High Honor l.ist, Dean's Honor List, French Club CPublicity Chairrnanb, Interpreter's Theatre, Student Aide. . Kordzinski, Mary- Kroes, Bruce- Krol, Robert -Economics Club. Krych, Karen lvl.-Association for Child- hood Education. Kudla, Linda -Chamber Orchestra, Gym- nastics, Physical Education Majors, Phys- ical Health Club, Synchronauts. Kuptz, Anne-Chorus, Newman Club. .NW ' . Y' 4-at Q Kvvit, Torn-Dean's Honor List, Forensics Union, History Club, Phil- osophy Club. Langriclge, Diane lVl.- ' LaPalerrno, Maria--Alpha, Rho Omega. LaRocco, Larry-Chorus, l-listory Club, Spanish Club. Larsen, Rita -Linguistics Club CSec- retaryl, Twenty-One Plus. Lavvton, Victoria - ,Q i Mtn Legg, George G.-Bowling League, Circle of Contemporary Thought, Dean's High Honor List, Mentors, Psi Chi Honor Society CVice-Presi- dentl, Psychology Club, Tutor of Reacling, Young Democrats. Lehtrnan, lvlaclalyn G. - Levin, Davicla -Dean's High Honors List, Honors Convocation, KLAL. Levin, Eileen- Lieberman, Dayle B.- Lieberman, Lyn --Dean's Honor List, Psychology Club. Light, Bonnie P.-Physical Health Club, Psychology Club, Spanish Club. Luebbing, Richard E. -Dean's Honor List, Psi Chi Honor Society, Society of Motion and Television Engineers, Work Study. Maki, VVill'iarn-Alpha Chi Epsilon fPresident, Secretary, Treasurerb, Student Senate. I lvlarnatt, Bonnie-Psychology Club, Sociology Club, Student Education Association. lvlarohnic, Carol- lVlasella, Candace C. -Creative Writ- ing, Linguistics Club, Physical Health Club, Porn Pom Girls. lvlatschilles, Nancy-Alpha Rho Omega, Bowling League CTreasurerJ, Psi Chi l-lonor Society CSecretaryD, Yearbook. lvlazovick, Suzanne- lVlazur, Christine B. -Council for Ex- ceptional Children, Psychology Club. lVlcClellan, Donald- A QW-I f ' 'f 4. - - ff ,l :gs-Q .Qi , Q.. ' ' Z ,-1gg'1f"'4.31' ,fwf 'ff A . ' ,-a',:5lk5.1lifj:q:fif3? . F 1 'E 13 5 x 1 ' 1 ,zzwsviz-A -.y . ,- ,i.-f..'V. 1. .,gq,"3i JH. b w V ,'.'.'A fffnaw -fam i A. ,ss.q.-mifiggim ' .v.1iHx'i'1ri'f1'l:.,"' - .'-. ',:.:gx- 14 75.5 1' wi-,---f-.,l. M, h Q X '50 Gy. y Q 13 'of' X - Xxvjf '3-55 :Z XXV, 3 LX fi McCoy, Terry - McDaniel, Michael-Flying Club CTreasurerJ, Russian Club KPresidentJ. Meyer, Kathleen-Geography Club CPresidentJ, History Club. Micari, Vincent S. -Psi Chi I-lonor Society, Psychology Club. Miller, Roberta --Sociology Club. Momotiuk, Alexander-Russian Club. Moore, Mary l.. -Linguistics Club, Mentors, Spanish Club, Twenty-One Plus Cvice-Presiclentj. Moss, Donald - S , Necas, Maria- Nelson, l.inda -l-listory Club. ' Nitz, Carol-Chorus, Lambda Sigma Alpna. Nocnumson, Susan-Psychology Club, Spanish Club, Student Educa- tion Association CVioe-President, Seo- retaryb. Nudelman, Rochelle- O'Connell, Ti m o t n y -Economics Club, History Club, Newman Club. 5-uf v 3 .1 -N - ' fi: ' .f'-.X ,fQ,,n'-9 ,, - , ---f - xf' 'fi "Tw',- V Qf.-hy., Q 1. -, 4 we ' 1. 'Rx Y, wx l-- X . P- x 1 ,- 5, XA ., N so ' Af - 'ix ' if Bc- 1 1 , bfi '. " 1, Q W - ., if us' I . , X fs- . ' fic U. S cf.-LY., l ,S K. t. I x -x- , is " VI- .17 . -r. V f, 1.4 Q fi-V ,A ! '17, 123:24- ,.'.. gn. .,,,.!,. 5 ,gl f . 4: 1 " t 1 Oderio, Linda R. -Bowling League, Dean's Honor List, GirI's Softball Team, Scuba Club. Ostapchuk, Olena-Alpha Rho Omega, German Club, Russian Club CSecretaryJ, Spanish Club CSecretaryJ. Paclovano, Patricia -Bowling l. e a g u e, Newman Club, Psychology Club, Russian Club, Spanish Club CPublicity Chairmanl. Paul, Sherry Michele- Payne, Darlene-Black Caucus, Black l-leritage. Pernini, Edward- A. ..,nL' ,FC , 'ff Petrusonis, Barbara -Dean's High Honor List, Linguistics Club, Spanish Tutor. A Platt, Anita -Twenty-One Plus. Politano, Linda -Dean's Honor List. Povve, Donna -Black Caucus, Black Heritage. Price, Kathleen -Inter-Varsity Chris- tian Fellowship. Rafa, Genevieve-Chorus, Lambda Sigma Alpha. Rajski, Francine-Folk Dance Club, Linguistics Club. Rehrner, Mary E. -Dean's Honor List, National Education Association. A " X Reba, Irene-Psi Chi Honor Society, Psy- chology Club, Sociology Club. Rhino, Joeal -Chorus, Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club, Pom Porn Girls. Rodriguez, Sylvia-Newman Club, Span- ish Club CPublicity Chairrnanl. Rost, Charlene -Dean's Honor List. Roucka, Rosemarie-Association for Childhood Education, Chorus. Ruben, Roberta- Rubenstein, Sharon LeeTAlpha Rho Omega, Chess and Checkers Club, Inter- preter's Theatre, Kl.Al. CSecretary, Trea- surerb, Mentors. Rubin, Maxine B. - 'gif it ., L. ,V . I 3- gr 1- ,452 X--43.4 gs 71' :qu '-5 ..-pax 1' A. ' 3r,1,+. ' ta: 1 -:?"'f.bf ' M " f'1-W V . 'fjiff-Sfixf U" lf- 1- -1, ' ' A TWV" iff ' -5: ' -'1'1'rf95:f:fS' ffl - . ' ww' fr L.: 'Z '35, ,c 4242-' ' g'g,::,y,:-is 1.Qm,'.45p,fggAf'?Zf1 , . ' fgf"2'.ay.L75"' "5,7'.12vf:b.-.45'?r,Cfff V f N l 'f '2 lilfllzf if 'Y Saferstein, K a t h I e e n L. -lnterpreter's Theatre. - Schap, Glen -Economics Club. Schultz, Barbara Sue -Dean's Honor List. Schwartz, Flora - Septon, Pearl -Association for Childhood Education, Dean's Honor List, Twenty-One Plus. ' ' Shudnow, Sanford H. -Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, KLAL CCultural Chairmanb, Political Science Club. Shulman, lvlichele- Simons, Carole- Slrns, Lucille A.-Anthropos, Circle of Contemporary Thought, Dean's l-ligh Honor l.ist, Twenty-One Plus. R Smyszniuk, Olia-Interpreter's Theatre, Psi Chi Honor Society, Psychology Club, Russian Club, Ukrainian Club CSecretaryJ. Sobolevvski,fJames -Baseball Team. Sokol, Karen -Pep Club. iyiwuwfwxi wg' 4 ,C il if E7 E if S 2 I ii 'M ,, ,.,' 'll- -3:25.13 Q My .1 - ,W 'W' KN ,LQ 4 I' gif' x.. ff ,br , , , f p O if ,IMIVI p 'fa' 1 - liz., 'sv' 35f""ff":vi' ' ' - ' ' 91 ,QT 4.5 IM. W wg' I I 1 ,. 1' ,U ,rx A ., " ji :"'ft' 4' ' Q L+ -ip ' K X xx I SonzaaNovera, Joseph---Biology Club, Orchesis, Square Dance Club. Sosnovvski, James -P s y c h o l o g y Club. Southarcl, Betty -l-listory Club, Phi Alpha Theta, Twenty-One Plus CSecn retary, Treasurerl. Spinka, Bonita -Dean's Honor List. Spivy, Sadie-Black Caucus, Black l-leritage, Delta Sigma Theta. Stein, Karen Jill-Chamber Orches- tra, Chorus, Dean's Honor List, ln- strumental Ensemble, lnterpreter's Theatre, KLAL, Physicall-lealth Club, Stage Players, Student Aiole. W fh'5 ,v Stone, Linda Ilene + Stumpp, Shelia E. -Dean's l-lonor List, l-lonors Convocation, Lambda' Sigma Alpha CVice-President, Pledge lVlotherJ. Sturm, Karen - Sullivan, Kathleen -Student Aide. Svvanson, Sandra-Association for Childhood Education. Szukala, Christine-Alpha Rho Omega CPresident, Vice-Presidentj, Dean's l-lonor List, l-lonors Convoca- tion, Physical l-lealth Club, Spanish Club, Student Aide. Tadin, Terrence -Literature Club. Tarsa, Sue lVl.f-Dean's Honor List, l-lonors Convocation, Lambda Sigma Alpha QPresident, Pledge lvlotherh. Thomas, Deborah-Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Chorus, French Club, Pep Club Women's Liberation, Zeta Phi Beta. Tierney, Mary Theresa --Honors Convo cation, Beehive CCO-editorj. Tonika, Joyce -Orchesis. Torf, Andrea -Student Aide. Triggs, Kathleen -Newman Club. Turner, Sharon N.-Psi Chi l-lonor Soci ety. U Turbak, Sandra - Vance, Sandra -Americans For Our G. I .'s Young Republicans CSecretaryD. Verderaime, Sam-Geography Club, Newman Club, Russian Club. Visus, Thomas G. -Dean's l-lonor List. Walclrop, Leslie A. -Dean's Honor List, Spanish Club. Wallsten, Susan lvl. - I Welles, Mary Beth-Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club. Wenclorf, Barbara -Psychology Club. Wendt, Barbara Jean-Larnbda Sigma Alpha Clfiecording Secretaryj. Wilbeck, Karen -Pep Club. ff, '- fi .,.. +-"1eiuQ5,..'-B 1, W Williarns, Yvonne-Black Caucus, Black Heritage CTreasurerJ, Chorus. Wilson, Alan R.-Biology Club, Student Senate. Winn, Lila -Black Caucus, Black Heritage CPresidentJ, Pep Club, Sociology Club. J Winterfelcl, John E. -Dean's Honor List. 4 Wisniewski, Diane B. W-Gymnastics, Phys- ical Education VIVlajors, Physical P Health Club. A . Wlodarski, Susan - Zanger, Robyn- Ziegler, Lorraine -Bowling League.. ' I I A 1 R fl: 4" ' 4 ,, V 4 , .3 Ig, .,. , H ft?-A ' I, 'cw' 'W' f 4 , I 4 I 4 f N x .3 6 , 1 -w 4:,gr.1Q , iw' iff- "::5'gL!L X JF? i 1 Z Q 1 I T'TfK" A' I is i i 1 . 5. vi l i l A df' Andresen, Claudia--Sociology Club CVice-Presidentl. Bailey, Bonnie B. - Bannick, K a t h l e e n -Dean's High Honor List. Bartling, Janice-Alpha Rho Omega CSecretaryJ, Bowling League, Cho- rus, Dean's Honor List, Honors Con- vocation, Physical Health Club, Stu- dent Aide. Benson, Mary E. +Tvventy-One Plus. Berglund, Lisette-Biology Club CVice-Presidentl, Biology Laboratory Aide, Dean's High Honor List, Hon- ors Convocation, Landscaping Com- mittee. Biesk, Janet- Blake, Kent R. -Baseball Team. ff 'f ' V Bloomquist, Jane-lnterpreter's Theatre, Speech Association of Northeastern Illinois State College, Stage Players CPublic Rela- tions Chairmanl. Bostedo, Margaret lVl.-Association for Childhood Education, Dean's Honor l.ist. Boyle, Claranne- Brady, Patricia E. -Mathematics Club. Branson, Jesse lvl.-Alpha Phi Alpha, Al- pha Chi Epsilon, Basketball Team fCap- tainb, NISC Basketball Awards: Most lm- proved Player of the Year 1968-69, Lead- ing Free-Throw Shooter 1968-69, Black Caucus, Black l-leritage CPres. , Vice-Pres.J, Geography Club. Browne, Nancy-Black Caucus, Black I-leritage, lnterpreter's Theatre, Flying Club, Sociology Club fPresidentJ, Stage Players, Student Senate. Brzezinski, April-l-listory Club, Physical Health Club. Casado, Ada -Spanish Club. Casolari, Jeannine- Chinn, Kristina lvlellin-Fsi Chi Honor Society CFresidentJ, Psychology Club, Spanish Club. Christensen, Carol -French Club. Citti, Thomas-Newman Club, Stu- dent Aide. Constant, Lucille lvlechille-Austin Field Center No. 2, Black Caucus, Black l-leritage, Black Women On Campus, Chorus, Folk Dance Club, Forensics Union, Northeastern Print, Sociology Club, Student Senate. Cormany, William B.-Anthropos iVice-Fresidentl. S 5. , , Wx Cortesi, Mario -Student Senate. Cotteleeor, Susan -Dean's Honor List, French Club Cpresidentl, Spanish Club, Student Aide, Dean's High Honor List. Cruz, Julio-Flying Club, French' Club, Spanish Club CPresidentD. Datcu, Kathleen Ann E-Chorus, Sigma Tau Sigma. ' f Diokstein, Cheryl - Drips, Suzanne - Afkfn-yr lx Y Nav? 1' Duris, Jim- Eckhardt, Rita-Dean's Honor List. Elliott, Ellen-Chorus, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Ge- ography Club, Spanish Club. Esbrook, Eileen E. -lnterpreter's Theatre. F e I cl m a n, Janis -Bugg House Square, Psychology Club. l l Fish, Linda Anne -Dean's High Hon- or List, Dean's Honor List, Linguist- ics Club CVioe-President, Secretaryj. -w - ,-- -..::.1:"rNf:. , 1 C' fl: 2' A . 'f-Q 4:3foKSQQQJSLX-Qi'1f?,aJi'5f', k . . ...,, ,f . I x ' iii Q. 'R ,, . I ,., ' 4. QL f l 1 .1 . ft ' 'uf A "C f',, , fi. ' pf' ' V .NH ,jill li .ln - " . ,A,.,, V farm ' iN?CDii!NiMiON l Fisher, Linda -Chorus, G y m n a s t i c s CTreasurerJ, Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club. Florkovvski, Henry -Flying Club. Foley, Edward -Dean's High Honor List, lnterpreter's Theatre. . Fonferko, Eileen -Biology Club, Muse, Northeastern Interim, Russian Club, Stu- dent Aide CLibraryJ. - Frank, F ra n c i n e-Folk Dance Club, KLAL, Linguistics Club. ' Franzone, Denise-Circle of Contempo- rary Thought, Literature Club. Garcia-Cancio, Carlos F.+Cuban 1Exile Representative to Northeastern qlllinois State College, History Club, Spanish Club. Gasowski, Stanley- W VUq:'f'fWwCCCWCCCdi r l l I 1 l ?"'vf --mm www'-r--new l l l i l i l i l l 1 li "The all new super Print I ul, X JH l . .M ,Hp Gates, Donald- Geloharclt, Russell R. - Glenn, l.incIa R.-Black Caucus, Black l-leritage. Gordon, Bonnie-Bancl, Bowling League, Stage Players. Gorski, Kenneth l-l.-Dean's Honor l.ist, Experimental College, Geogra- phy Club, Intramural Basketball. Guintas, Arlene- fl '--, -Q.. v . ..l 0' 'c I' Po,- -.yr 4 . 1 'lu-v l, 2 4 '-"tiki 33441 1' 3 1 l . .,l 'i,.l ll ,O Oo' 490, "W 'l v i"W V 'l . , ,JH l Haalancl, Penny -Sociology Club. Hawkins, Carolyn -Association for Child- hood Education, Black Caucus, Black Heritage. Helrnetag, Allan P. -Circle of Conternpo- rary Thought, Psi Chi Honor Society. Higgins, Linda- Himmelfarb, Sarae-Committee for Re- tention and Tenure of Art Faculty, Dean's Honor List. Hoffmann, Richard- Holt, Jack R. -Russian Club, Stage Play- ers. Horne, Panchion-Dean's Honor List, Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Chorus, Sociology Club, Spanish Club, Won'1en's Liberation. Hurt, Louverta S. -Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Black Women On Campus, Honors Convocation, Twenty-One Plus. Jensen, Gayle Sue-Lambda Sigma Alpha. Kachos, Fannie- Katzman, Janet-Association for Childhood Education, Registration Aide, Student Aide. Kenis, Terri Evan- Kent, Patricia-Black Caucus, Black Heritage. Kornoski, Charlene Childers -Dean's High Honor List. Korvas, Dan -Kolvas Intramural Basketball, V o I I e y b a I I, Softball Teams, Physical Education Majors. . N 'Q . Q..- 'J . 4 P' ' , N . 4" Kozloff, Clare- Kukielka, Chester J.-Psychology Club, Square Dance Club. Kula, Gregory R. - Laiderman, Marcia -Association for Childhood Education, Twenty-Gne Plus. Levvan, Karen-Lambda Sigma Al- bha. Lewis, Kathleen -lnterbreter's The- atre, Newman Club, Northeastern Print, Young Democrats. Lichtenstein, Kineret -Anthropos CVice-Presidentj, lVIentors. Lippeth, Martin-Economics Club. lVlaher, Janice Ann -Mentors, New- man Club, Spanish Club. Nlajka, Daniel A. -Chemistry Club CPresidentD, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant. 0 Mannella, Frank- lvlanrriquez, Joe -Dean's Honor I.ist, Spanish Club, Student Aide. B Mark, Sharon Lee-Interpreter's Theatre, Stage Players. i lvlarkovich, Dushan -Russian Club. Markwell, Joan C. - ' Marron, Edward 4Dean's l-lonor List. Mattila, Beatrice A. - Nleitz, Constance M.-Lambda Sig- ma Alpha. ' Nlelnick, Sam -Dean's Honor List Economics, History Club. . i Nagorski, Sandra S. -- Necek, Mitchell - Paker, Joanne- 'P' haf' 7- 'T I 'S '49 l I "bun-nv HQ-Av AQ. , .. , JM. . X . , I an F 4 W X , Pavlik, Judy A. -Student Senate. Piscnke, Robert- Psicnogias, Georgia A. - Reaclus, Raymond-Biology Club, Black Caucus, Black l-leritage, Ger- man Club. Reitman, Mark Alan - Reyes, Joseph S.-Psi Chi Honor Society, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Rizzolo, Carol Lee- Rogers, Janet S.- Rosen, Adrienne- Rosenberg, Elyse-Bowling League, Psychology Club. A ' Rosencrans, R o b e r t-Chemistry Club CSocial Secretaryl, Intramurals, Physical l-lealth Club. Rosenthal, Jody L'- Ryba, Susan-French Club, Litera- ture Club, lVlentors. Sagrillo, Mickey -Biology Club CPres- identl, Bugg l-louse Square, Dean's l-lonor List, Landscaping Committee, Mailroom Student Aide, Northeastern Print Clfeature Editorb, Student Senate CSecretaryJ. . Shinn, Alvino-Basketball Team, Black Caucus CChairmanJ, Black l-leritage, Eiugg' I-louse Square, lDean's l-lonor List, Geology Club, Physical I-lealth Club, Russian Club. Slusar, Vernon G. -Newman Club. A 1 X L5 ' 1 . Q",Q" W .I ., .wb y 1 . eg. V 'S - H-L si' in L ' N 8 4? S+ ,. r 1 - Aw-4' .- , 41 .Q fl . 4" -ff lv x' f gigzll - 'wet ' jkfxf,-ujv-..-' X - , in . A ,. .X .,I . JALZSQRQV' .44 x 5 1 I' ' -X Emu.. . XM . , h L 1 sl-iv. 1 1 ' X "?.Q""U-, 4, yi. l ,fi-lf? f'fJ ' 'Q' h . l "'l,: 'flil 'vi -4 'C' ' X "1 3 l '1f'-:ll f 1 . 5 :Mi ,W le, fuk .'.' Ma 2- - li' . 1 ':y.f :s.5,. 1 1 5... '52 ' ,,V2.x:'fk,:x .- wi. ' ' 'W' .Br .1" ' i - , '.,.,. ' G F ' 171 ,gkfikv f Dfw' M b ' ""' iff: ww 'fl V f 0 Q ' afffw r' fl- 1' . 132 w fff-H 'Ml ' l 5113 5 - l f'f"f-i'l3lWl if . it 11 ,3 iifitik, A- ' L., ' .dl . IA Y, x ' 1- 'Ji . W f' -fill ll. ' 11 . if lil. . , . are bN.l.'. , 5 . v , yf gv L , A 5 .o"-T41-5,-'Y '- vw ' ."'. '.l ' 'f fl' W1 fn l . ' " - ""-g -A, 5'--jxygl I -.1 ' 1' ' ' ,.-- fl " .. yegtfy .I v "FT" 1f" .1 - H" "' 2 f 'V' -. 'V '- !"' -fi". ra J .. 'tl-1 : V+ Y-415' R+- ' fff.w . - Pifff' '-, wb ,M -x A da T, - ,I Iwwvk K t l ' -V Irv- - ,-ml .Il ffl fl 5 1 fi g H l 5 g l' . ir :fini-f. , r ll L . . In -vi . 1 .if .jx - :fair . - fi iii? 'l . . Sorkin, Marshall-Bowling League, Chorus, Dean's High Honor List, Folk Dance Club CTreasurerJ, Honors Con- vocation, KLAI., Psychology Club. Sroka, Gregory John -Alpha Chi Ep- silon CVice-President, Se c r e t a r yl, Bancl, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Staniec, Diane- Stephens, Terese- Stolarz, Corinne Svviclerski, Theresa -Dearfs l-lorior l.ist. Thompson, Barbara -Dearfs I-lorior List, History Club. Tiedemarmf David A. - Tieferibach, Ellen --Art Assemblage. Tornaino, Geri -Dean's l-lonor List, Pom Pom Girls. ' Vernon, Ronald V.J.-Black Caucus, E3-lack Heritage, Chorus, Coffee I-louse Theatre, lnterpreter's The- atre, Linguistics Club, Literature Club, Muse, Spanish Club, Stage Players. Welch, Sally-Band CSecretary, Treasureri, Chorus, Sigma Alpha Iota. Weismehl, Juclith-Band, Dean's I-ligh l-lonor List, Dean's I-lonor List. Wester, Jo Ann- White, Littleton -Psi Chi l-lonor So- ciety. Wierzbicki, Ronald -Chemistry Club CSecretary, Treasurerl. Williamsen, Nancy- Wolman, Arnold-Creative Writing, History Club, Northeastern Print, Spanish Club. Wright, Beverly-Bugg l-louse Square, Dean's l-lonor l.ist, Litera- ture Club, Twenty-One Plus, World Education Fellowship. , Wysocki, Jerome lvl.-Chemistry W Club CVice-Presidentb. i Ziminski, Elizabeth-Biology Club, W Russian Club. l l l fig v ill 1, f I, An if E WMM' ,www- if 7 ' I if If 5! 44. DEC 1 .Q ,-.L ,1 4 ,,, I, ,f V, 'A A6 w V ,.. U.. "+1 M fl X ,.pf-my , Accettura, Nancy - Adamovvski, Mary Rose -Beta Epsi- lon Phi, Bowling League, Chorus. Alport, l-lollis-Association for Child- hood Education, Chorus, Dean's l-ligh Honor List, Folk Dance Club, German Club, Psi Chi l-lonor Society. Androvv, Linda- Antepenko, Kathy lvl.-Alpha Rho Omega, Newman Club, Spanish Club, Student Aide CLanguage Lab- oratoryb. Barnes, Thomasine-Black Caucus, Black I-leritage, Dean's l-lonor List, Delta Sigma Theta CCorresponding Secretaryb, Pep Club. Barth, Dorothy -Commencement Committee, Dean's l-lonor List, Fi- nancial Aid Committee, Mentors, Sociology Club. l , Barys, Juanitaf!-Xssociation for Childhood Education CPresidentJ. M:- ,.. ,,.,.:a, Q-, nl., '- ..',i: Bennecke, Richard -Alpha Chi Epsi- lon CPresidentJ, Band. Bently, Cheryl-Alpha Rho Omega, Chorus, Physical Education Majors. Berlin, Ira -l-listory Club. Berney, Chris- Bicek, Pauline- Bingaman, Nancy l..-Bowling League, Physical Health Clulo, Square Dance Clulo fTreasurerJ. E fx if 4469, 1 53 "VH, Blackburn, Torn-Physical Health Club, Psi Chi Honor Society, Psychology Club. Blake, Ellen- Blond, Carolyn S. Majors. Bogusievvicz, Julia rnan Club. Bolotin, Judith -- Bothie, Richard - Boxer, Prada - Bradley, Charles - -Physical Education History Club, New- 'N-v4 Qx Bradley, Wayne Thomas-Anthropos, Chorus, German Club, Phi lVlu Alpha Sinfonia, Stage Players. Bramati, Beatrice -French Club CPublicity Chairmanj. Braun, Diana -Americans For Our G.l.'s, Art Assemblage, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. - Brock, Patricia - Brown, Aclena -Black Caucus, Black l-leritage, Bowling League, Geography Club, Twenty-One Plus. Bukowski, l-lenry-Mathematics Club CPresiclentJ, Mentors, Russian Club, Span- ish Club, Student Senate. Burgess, Jerome F.-Black Caucus, Black l-leritage, Bowling League, Geog- raphy Club. Callahan, Eugene-Tau Kappa Epsilon. WM, 'Nw Chmura, Ernest-Cross Country Track Team, Dean's ,Honor List, Economics Club, Fencing Club, German Club, Intra- murals, Mathematics Club lVice-Presi- dentj, Physical Health Club. Castro, Demetria -Sociology Club. Cesarz, Cynthia M.-Dean's Honor List, Exchange Student to Puerto Rico, New- man Club, Spanish Club. Cherry, Eileen Butler- Ciccone, Dante -Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club. i Columbus, Helen -Dean's High Honor l.ist, Psi Chi Honor Society. Conforti, Diana M. -Pom Pom Girls. Conway, Donald J.-Polk Dance Cl-ub, Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club, Square Dance Club. fm Al., Csolkovits, Gary E.-Flying Club. Desrnoncl, Richard l..ouis-Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. . Dietrich, Claudette G. -Twenty-One Rlus. Dillon, Craig K.- Diori, Esther-Newman Club, Young Republicans. Dooley, Kenneth M.- Draska, Karen R.- Ma fi .Ml f , .- 3 1 by if , if I-gm. W I ,f'., ll if f ' fre ,l Z , fy'-52, f 7 . . 1 f -frff N . V .L f , 4.45. 'ffl Q , , arf' ai, .-. - x il, N' .r in We . Af ' I ivy, 'rags .l'fwf?2w. 4 A ,QM .rw 'Q aQ,Q?f51X R , , 'i. .4',' I , 'H A 1. ff .' , , fuk, i Jn, . swf '14 gl au' 7 u l , if ,. D . v:x.,, I 1 .I ti , I ' . ,. , . ,nh , V , A' 0 ,Q I A. ' "+ 9 , '-4 4 f AI., .' ' 1 ,Y ,, 15. ., , Dzieglevvicz, Judith-Northeastern Student Council for Exceptional Chil- dren. Echt, Eileen -Association for Child- hood Education, Folk Dance Club, Synchronauts. Ehrenloerg, Jeanette-Chamber Or- chestra Cpresidentb, Opera Workshop Accompanist, Twenty-One Plus. Ehrlich, Karen -Concert Series Com- mittee, Peace Council , Sociology Club. Elliott, Barbara -Dean's l-ligh l-lonor l..ist. Eng, Betty S.-Dean's l-ligh l-lonor List. Engberg, Alvin-Dean's High Honor List, Honors Convocation. Eskeli, Cheryl- Esenberg, Robert -Student Senate. Felton, Cynthia-Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Bowling League. Ferrier, Fougeres P. -Black Caucus, Black Heritage, French Club CPresi- dent, Vice-Presidentl, lnnovator and Editor of "French Corner" in North- eastern Print, Phi Theta Kappa gqagbcla Iota Chapterl, Spanish u . Fleming, Janet-Pep Club, Physical Edutcation Majors, Physical Health lu . Fornal, Thaddeus-Dean's Honor List, lnterpreter's Theatre, Intra- murals, Mathematics Club, Physical Health Club. Fox, Kathleen -German Club, Math- ematics Club. f ,ffyfff K y f w Y. 5"L,?g?ilf"?3x1" z iwig, , ,g?QfJ5 Q ff: Prank, Pern-Dean's High Honor l..ist, Twenty-One Plus. Prazin, Irwin J.-Circle of Contemporary Thought, Dean's Honor List, Philosophy A Club, Student Senate, Young Democrats. Purmanek, Barbara -Band. Gaard, Jean I.. -Association for Child- hood Education. Gallucci, Nicholas S.-Americans For Our G.I.'s CVice-Presidentb, Chorus, Span- ish Club, Student Senate CTreasurerD. Galowitch, Pamela - Garcia, America -Dean's Honor l.ist, Newman Club, Spanish Club CVice-Presi- dentl. Gavin, Patricia Eileen -Dean's High Honor l.ist. 'NlIlul.....,. ' J, .,,llv' I' X, a f 4 -1'-5:2 .1 ff f 4' " 4,-ifltdgglax Gayle, Linda P.-- Glasner, Theresa- Goldman, l.inda S.-Dean's Honor List, Psychology Club. Goldman, Tobie R.-Dean's High Honor l.ist. Goldstein, Carolyn-Alpha Rho Omega, Dean's Honor l.ist, Honors Convocation, Pep Club CSecretaryJ, Student Aide. Goodrich, Grant-Band, Phi lVlu Al- pha Sinfonia CChi Omega Chapterb. Goy, Michael J. -- Grauer, Jill- QZQMZWZQZZEZZ F" .,.. f 'X"' V f Q f f A ,QrAl, ,gwm, ,f'1,e A sz 5 ' af. 5524 Q 302 Hamman, Icla Lou- Hamrnond, Linda I.. - Hanson, Betty L. -Psi Chi Honor Society, Tvventy-One Plus. . Harajnin, Helene- Hayes, John Akkeron -Mentors. tv . 4 -HW. Haschak, Jeane -Square Dance Club. A t ,ZW f 4 f W2 QW. V. . ,,,. V f Hilliard, Thomas l.. -Band, Chamber Orchestra. Huntington, Quendolyn -Black Cau- cus, Black Heritage, Cain CTreasurerJ, Political Science Club. Isaacson, Ronald-Art Assemblage, Art Core CPresiclef1tD, Chorus, Coffee House Theatre, lnterpreter's The- atre. Janet, Michael -Chorus, Psychology Club, Sociology Club. Janis, Michael E.-Circle of Con- temporary Thought, Tau Kappa Epsilon Clfiresiclent, Historianl. Jaske, Marilyn -Chorus. Johnsen, Thelma S.-Anthropos, Orientation Leader. Johnson, Henry-Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Chorus, Dean's Hon- or l.ist, Folk Dance Club, Square Dance Club. fbffli Y f f .., T vff ,avian-" tr-F Jones, Yvonne A. -Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Orchesis CPresidentD. Jorge, Martha -French Club, Span- ish Club CSecretaryJ. Juszczyk, Karen - Kahn, Michele-Concerned History Majors, Dean's High Honor List, History Club CPresidentJ, Phi Alpha Theta, Stage Players, Student Aide. Kanellis, Janice -History Club. Kipnis, Sharon -Early Childhood Education Association, Psychology 5- -x Club, Young Democrats. Kirk, Barbara - Kirk, Marion E.- . Jtiwyhpb' 7 . 1:11.91 , .ff N' yn' -V l in JH 'ff ' - "Q I 'gl f " - V i QF, , , Pl 9 M 1 f 57 ag 1 ix' -.y Y Y 4 Knox, Janice Ann-Beehive Year- book CEditor-in-Chief, Co-Eclitorb, Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Dean's Honor List, Honors Convoca- tion, Mathematics Club, Pep Club, Physical Health Club, Student Aicle. Kollins, Prank C.-Flying Club, Psi Chi Honor Society. Kolos, Michael-Dean's Honor List, lnterpreter's Theatre, Intramural Sports, Physical Health Club. Kosyk, Linda -Ukrainian Club. Kotkovvski, J u I i a n a S.-Russian Club. Kozlik, Ray J.-Geography Clu b, Newman Club. Koyarsky, Rose E.-Physical Eclu- cation lvlajors, Physical Health Club, Student Senate Talent Shovv. Krass, Sheri J. - ,.: 'Bi .qw X l.aCerba, Sam -Physical Education Ma- jors, Physical Health Club, Synchronauts. Lappa, Cathie- Laps, Lydia-German Club CSecretaryD. l.ares, Susan lvl.- l.ahey, David Joseph -Physical Education Majors KTreasurerJ, Physical Health Club. Langer, Renee A. -Chorus. Lawlor, Mary T.- L.eibach, Sylvia- My 3 .1 sw' 1' ' '1 . 115 ,ig ffdli P . Q, .'..,.r,. . S Q .p?,h?A.,,i 3,11 3 l yl I 3 . V X ,X . X X ' l K I l 1 I, E fi ivfml irrggf 3H'0qs , T' 1 N. if Leitner, Bonnie- Levin, Judith M. - Lintz, Michael D.-Band, Chorus, Dean's Honor List, Intramural Basketball, Soft- ball ancl Football, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Varsity Baseball Team, Varsity Basket- ball Tearn. Liska, Lynn M.- Lockvvood, Lincla- Locla, Sharon -Chorus. Lotito, Michael J. -Dean's l-lonor. List, Psi Chi l-lonor Society CPresiclentJ. Mahal, Suzan l-l.-Dean's l-lonor List, Fine Arts. Q 4 . rj gf' ' f I 5, 2 2-.wf:f....'-. f . , 2:7 it l lj, ',Q. Makurat, Susan -Dean's Honor List, Honors Convocation, Lambda Sig- ma Alpha Cl-listorianl. Marcus, Donna-lnterpreter's The- l atre, Stage Players. Markey, Mary Melinda-Creative Writing. McClellan, William Braddan-Band l CVice-President, Presidentb, Chorus, l Interpreter's Theatre, Mentors. McDovvall, Sharon A. -Lambda Sig- , ma Alpha, Northeastern Print. l ivicoettrick, Thomas E. - l Meehan, James-Psychology Club, Sociology Club. L Milito, Stino -Physical Education Majors. Moraine, Jacob Eliazer-Creative Filrn Group, Creative Writing, KLAL. Morrison, Stephen- Mough, Dolores- Mroczkovvski, Cynthia A.-French Club, History Club, Sociology Club. Mukai, Madeline- Murray, James -Physical Education Majors, Physical I-lealth Club. Musser, Judy -Association forChild- hood Education, lnterpreter's The- atre, Synchronauts, Twenty-One Plus. 4 14' .gh .K 1, I """1'rEi Nealy, IVIary--Black Caucus, Black Her- itage. Neeb, Suzanne -Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List. Neiditch, Libby- Neirnan, Cynthia R.-Dean's Honor List. Nobilio, Kathleen--Alpha Rho Omega CPresidentJ, Interpreter's Theatre CPresi- clentl. Norwood, June-Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Chorus, Literature Club, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. CTamias Gram- ateusj. A 4, fha, f ..:' 1' Nowak, Peter J., Jr.- Oborkovsky, Nina- O'Brien, Mary Beth--Physical Education lVlajors, Physical Health Club. Orzechovvski, Jeanette -Art Assemblage. Page, Anna L. - Palumbo, Linda -Physical Education lVla- jors. Pascal, Arlene -Twenty-One Plus. Perry, James-Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Philosophy Club iSer- geant-at-armsb. i if if ., , K, 1 jr! f f. . y ., 1' , Af, F, ,f w 'F ' , M A 4 .s. , .,,,, , .,,41tw,- ,, ,W-,, f' 2 :o,,.f'.,: fl D ! Mg, . ,, ,bgz ff my ffm 1 1 f ,-:W f fs? , Kfpflfd E " ,gn , . , QM, mf" , 'Q' L1 -' I,ff.',zf 1 -. , I ,if I 3 .75 , r r U .1 ' ' , V . ,fM.Q?'C1.. -f f ,' gf "' - .E 415 . I W4 C ' . ' 'Lf' x, Q 5 ' ' H: .. 'il' 4 1 'Af 1-,gal , if -, 4 , f yt, ' if 'f ' ' r 951, Fil , : f.'.f, .. W, , Q, 4 5.7, . Z.. f I fguyul-L 1 ' : 'Z f '5 'lf 'I' f',. A 5,3 , ' 1 If I : fr' .. I A f- ., .QA ff-,, ' .,,g, ,. 1. , M , - HQ Z EM. N Peters, Virginia A.-Dean's High Honor List, History Club, Honors Convocation, Phi Alpha Theta. Pikrone, Darlene - Pinas, Zachary -Mentors, Psi Chi Honor Society, Psychology Club. Pollakoy, William-Physical Educa- tion lVIa1ors. Polley, Judith E. -Sociology Club. Polowy, Gloria D. -Alpha Rho Om- ega, lnterpreter's Theatre, Square Dance Club. Poster, Abby-Art Assemblage, Bugg House Square CSecretaryJ, Core CPresidentD, Fees and Alloca- tions Committee, Honors Convoca- tion CStudent lvlarshalll, Interpreters Theatre, Mentors, Muse lArt Edltorl, Northeastern Print CEditorial Editorl, Peace Council, Student-FacuIty- Administration Hearing Committee, Student Union Committee. Prushinski, Nancy-Chorus, Phys- ical Education lvlajors, Physical Health Club. . 2,1 X, -5 l. Ramos, lVlayra- Reichstadter, Linda -Dean's Honor List. Riley, Linda L. -Psychology Club, Square Dance Club. Rivera, Edna-Folk Dance Club, Span- ish Club. Rizman, Susan-Intercollegiate Volleyball Team, Physical Education Majors, Rhys- ical Health Club. Robins, Howard IVI. -Chemistry Club, Rhysical Health Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Robinson, Loraine -Association for Child- hood Education. Robertson, Roberta -Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Dean's Honor List. . We Q 3 .lf 1 4,f , , Robson, Sheila -Lambda Sigma Alpha, Newman Club, Spanish Club. Rogoff, Marilyn - Rohen, Kathleen IVI. - Rosenthal, Shelli History Club. Rottner, Bruce lVl.-Band, Dean's Honor List, Circle of Contemporary Thought, l-luman Caucus, Sociology Club, Student Affairs Council. Rudman Merle Klass Runtz, A. - Russo, Pamela ,gf :fu if Q .f 41 X nwuy 1 F'-ef ,Q ,-.N l Rutter, Elaine -Association for Child- hood Education. Saarima, .John-Biology Club, Rus- sian Club. Sachat, IVlarilyn'Rose -Band, History Club. Saenz, Ricarda -French Club, Span- ish Club. Salatino, Mary-Alpha Rho Omega, Porn Porn Girls, Spanish Club. Salerno, Joan-Dean's High Honor List, Twenty-One Plus. A Savage, Sandra-Newman Club, Orchesis. Scanlan, Sharon-Association for Childhood Education, Spanish Club. Schmidt, John E. - Schoenfeld, Janice -Association for Childhood Education CPublications glwatirmanb, Band, KLAI., Spanish u . Schori, George Nick-Alpha Chi Epsilon CSecretaryD. Bowling League, Swim Team. Schubert, Susan -Creative. Writing, History Club, Young Republicans. Schultz, Cynthia-Band, Square Dance Club. Schwab, Thomas--Alpha Chi Epsi- lon, Student Senate. rf' 0 -9' V 4 fl, 4' X , ff Schvveet, Sherry -Art Assernblage, Psy- chology Club. Seidler, Iris- Shervvin, L.- Shiffrnan, Philip-Mathematics Club. Siegel, Vickie l.. - l - Silverstein, Sally-KLAL, Northeastern Print. . Sinvvell, William E. -Americans Por Our G.I.'s, Chorus, Interpreter's Theatre, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, North+ eastern Print, Student Senate, Young Republicans CPresident, Vice-Presidentl. Skocla, Suzanne -Dean's High Honor l.ist, Dean's I-lonor List. . XNTH- I 1 1:1 -s -u u l 4. , f R ,G ' fi fi 5 ? ii I I 'i i T i 1 ai' xf lf f f 'W!f ,QI ' :'v-'- --LL 5" Sohn, Aron -Dean's Honor List. Stevens, Maureen A. -Dean's Honor List, History Club. Stewart, Kyle L. - Stroud, Peggy -Black Caucus, Black Heritage. Surges, Martin- Surges, R a y nn o n cl -Geography Club. 4-V, . 1. 23' C. ' 'A 2, Xfjxde ,gps wr' r X .r XA -9 e 55. ' il f ,W Sli flli? f " fl I Tre 1 UW' iii' Q' Uffif- t- - m "'f' rr f in if . ff X-,lv t QQ figgirg, Q, , Szvvast, Ursula- Szydlovvski, Carol Ann- Tatro, Adele-Art Club, Federal Work-Study Program. Ternby, Anne IVI. -Twenty-One Plus. Toch, Helene lvl.-Association for Childhood Education. Todd, Dolores -Association for Childhood Education, lnterpreter's Theatre, Twenty-One Plus. Torpes, Carmen S. -Spanish Club. Tortorich, Joseph-Creative Filrn Group. . -'W B . . ,,.- 1- 4- . I Tork, Steve - Velickovic, Milica-AWS, German Club, Inner Hall Council. Von Helms, Barbara-Dean's High Honor List, Economics Club, Ger- man Club CTreasurer, Tutorl, Physi- cal Health Club, Synchronauts. Voss, Sandra I..-Association for Childhood Education. Voss, Tina-Fencing Club CSecre- tary, Treasurerl, Folk Dance Club, Physical Education lvlajors, Physical Health Club, Synchronauts, Wo- men's Recreation Association. Waldfogel, Marsha - it ,fi Off, , Q f 1 ' l 1 . 1' 1 X L' 'V' 'L 1, Q l 0 C xy Mtlflaanh. 3. bfyf 1' :SRV Wallen, Susan Sherry- A A Wasserman, Don' AIVI. -History Club, Young Americans For Freedom., . Weber, Candace -Sigma 'llau Sigma CTreasurerJ. ' ' er Weiss, Nancy L. -French Club. V Wennerholm, Roy 'D. feete 'Epsilon Phi, Bowling. League, ,Chamber Orchestra, Chorus, Inter-Varsity 'Christian Fellowship, Intramural Football, PeacefCounciI, Psychology Club. ' , A Q , -' vvnite, Glenn, i.,.4Peiitieei seienee- Club. W 1 ' - Q if ,,.,. ' 4 'Q D is-L if K X. ln. ln L, . ..- :Lvl-',:.kS? 3. '15 su., Whitehead, John -Biology C I u b, Black Caucus, Black Heritage. Wilczynski, Rosemary J. - Williams, Linda C.- Wilseck, Wendy -Spanish Clulo. Winn,- Nancy E.-Association for Childhood Education. Winn, Sandra -Band, Black Caucus, Black Heritage CSecretaryJ, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. CTreasurerJ, Pep Club. . . 5 '.,gvx'aFWf.g,- N' ,gmgalg . Nvx M. if Q' Wojcik, Kenneth -Band, Bowling League, Chamber Orchestra. Woltersdorf, Mitchel A.-Cross Country Team, Gymnastics, Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club, Tennis Team. Woods, Jerome J. - Yum, Deanna Dye-Gymnastics, Phys- ical Education Majors, Physical Health Club. Zamir, Sonia Roshan- Zawarus, Mary K.-Mentors, Russian Club, Sigma Tau Sigma fVice-Presidentl, Student Education Association. Zervakos, George- Zis, Gayle- 1 mm M' 'Sify , .f 353' 53, ,js-f :xii 1 K "Ei", Y S! ' fxi fig 1 .v .. wwf' . "I 'L '--93" yi Q,w41A,,A -, vs,Qf.jf1,s' ,N 4, Vw Sp f, . X G, I f v 1 M- 1, ..' l , fx, 'Wy' 1. 1' I A 5.53 h 5, ig! f M W, F' ifqffvi 1 f' V , N5 :WL K WN' " V if , , ,x,,v,g! , V , . . yt hs, 9 ,a4aff'91f'ffwfAJ' 5ff A , A K4 Y f 1. Q 'S M 7,- , Y I X 1 I ir wi 3 , i , 1 1 fi if 1!f. A V U-N :Wi .11 W1 If EAN 1. V 1' if Ni 1 I i 1 I I I W L , Y N 1 1 I -1 U1 V V 1 s wx V i A, 1 W, :J ,lx E 11? W n WV ,I w U, ,, Mx H 1 Hx N, 'V W N W H 5 N w 1 ALPHA CHI EPSILUN A social services organization founded on January 9, 1967, Alpha Chi Epsilon is the local fraternity on campus. In addition to performing such school services as ushering for graduations and volunteering to help man the free tuberculosis x-ray unit in the community, the AXE brothers sponsor free concerts for the students at Northeastern and contribute to the cost of having many of the school's guest speakers. Further activities of the fraternity include numerous social events for the members. Each year softball, football, and baseball teams are organized, parties and dinner dances add to the year's festivities. The AXE brothers work throughout the year so as to have their school and their fraternity gain prominence in the community. fb if- if---.ng J., 'A'. +A-fqfi:N,.yi-y,j , . H I f .. ,, . . , ' f if Rich Giardina, Bruce Alesi QSergeant-at-Armsj, Gerry Carsello. ROW 1 Hub F51 nfvilf Nifk Schori Kiorresponding Secretaryl, ROW 2 U, f rf, nfl! fV Fr id rtl Dave Hirsch, Rudolph Gutovvski, Bill Maki Qpresidentj, Edward Gross, Magic l-lenry, l V l f lf ROW 3 Fw If F o 1 1 F ,iry Dal: Stockmann, Bob D'Amico, Thomas Schwab CTreasurerJ, Thomas Dziurgot. W mi WM., A-, 'fra ...,----"E -Y Alpha Chi Epsilon football team. Alpha Chi Epsilon cheering section at Alpha Chi Epsilon-Tau Kappa Epsilon baseball game. yu gn!! 1 ,P"'-n ,gg-o""'4 Sponsor Jack Richardson ancl wife Jackie Alpha Chi Epsilon baseball and softball team. and son Rod at Alpha Chi Epsilon-Tau Kappa Epsilon baseball game. Alpha Chi Epsilon-Tau Kappa Epsilon base- ball game, Alpha Chi Epsilon winter formal held at Marriott Motor l-lotel. 1' ROW 1: Louise Lazar, Nadeene Novy, Rose Gillcrist. ROW 2: Donna Kalb CPresidentJ, Susan Taylor, Cheryl Klaud. ROW 3: Grayce Fuoco, Sue Bernath iCorresponding Secretaryl, Avis Thornton Cvice-Presidentb, Gloria Polowy. ROW 4: Linda Rickert fRecording Secretaryj, Carolyn Goldstein CTreasurerJ, Susan Floreani. ALPHA RHO UMEGA ln the fall trimester of 1966, Alpha Rho Omega Sorority was founded when sixty-one girls signed the original charter and voted on the name. Since that time the girls have worked to forge a feeling of sisterhood and co-operation. In addition to assisting the college as ushers and servers, the sisters sponsor many extra- curricular activities. These events have included the annual BIVIOC Cl3ig IVlan On Campusl mixer, a mother-daughter banquet, a picnic, hayride, splash party, bowling party as well as many special occasion get-togethers. The sisters culminate their year in April with a formal dinner-dance and the installation of new officers. ROW 1: Viola E. Baines Clvlodell, Cecelia Reschke, Antoinette Bedoe CSecretaryJ. ROW 2: l.aVerne Ornelas CSponsorJ, James R Mesplay llffresidentj, Mike Valenti, Joonsook Paik. ART ASSEMBLAGE Art Assemblage provides an informal open workshop to familiarize students with art media techniques, while providing an opportunity for those interested in art education to meet professionally and socially. The club works to stimulate professional growth and to keep informed of the new developments in art education loy means of exhibitions, lectures, demonstrations and art conventions. The year's activities have included workshops in drawing, copper enameling Ccloisonne demonstrationsb, and mass media Cslide showsh. In addition, two students were sent to Milwaukee for the National Art Education Convention. O7 BAND i The purpose of the Northeastern Illinois State College Band is to provide an outlet for those students possessing musical talent and to experience the esthetic value of performing music. ln addition to giving concerts, it provides a service to both the school and the community by participating in graduations, and basketball games, and spreading good will outside the school, such as the senior citizens concert that was given in the park last summer. And finally, it provides a source of musical entertainment and enrichment for the students and the community. Dr. Gangvvare came to Northeastern in 1966 to direct the Northeastern Illinois State College Band which, at the time, consisted of about 22 members who rehearsed on the stage of the auditorium. The band room was a small room behind the auditorium vvhich served as Dr. Gangvvare's office, a storage room, prac- tice studio, ensemble room, part-time rehearsal hall, teaching studio, and get-together room for music stu- dents and band committees. At present, the band shares with the rest of the music department, a small building lfvith six practice rooms, several offices, studios, a rehearsal hall, an ensemble room and a storage roorn. Of special mention has been the addition of Dr. I-larmon and lvlrs. Scott, who are specialists in Brass and Vvoodvvincl instruments. Throughout the year the band participates in several regular events. The most important of these are its sernesler concerts. At these concerts the band performs a vvide variety of music including serious band music, orchestral transcriptions, popular show tunes and even experimental forms of contemporary music. T i'If:'-J: popular concerts are scheduled every semester usually on a Wednesday evening. ln addition to these f.oricer1', a pep band is formed from the large concert band which helps to provide a zesty spirit at our home hanlffflhall parries. The pep band also accompanies the team on one avvay game during the season. The clirnaf of the year is the annual band tour. Every year the band goes on tour throughout the mid- ffffzl. Thin fear they vvill be touring Indiana. These tours help to spread the name of the college to high zchoola in our neighboring states. In addition to all of these events the band occasionally performs at special i'1Vlf,ilUVl', ouch as honors convocalions and various community events upon request. ROW 1 Seated: Ken Wojcik, Mike l.intz, Linda Evans, Glenn Zale, Kathy Reacher, Jenni Rodgers, Norman Keller. ROW 2: Greg Sroka, Kathy Stewart, Barb Furmanek, Carol Russell, Shelly Cohn, Norbert Rozanski, Gene Rinaldi, Tom l-lillard, Lois Skiera, Mike Zucek, Cindy Glefke, Pat Trash, Gay Jantelezio, Dorelle Ackermann. ROW 3: Iva Dubicz, Linda Steck, l.ou Michaels, Sue Roberts, Chris Glefke, Pat Pieschman, Wayne Wojcik, John Priola, Russ l-laak, William McClellan, Sally Weich, Bob Zielinski, Carol Glefke, Frank Fahrer, Murray Fisher, Herman Reyes, Bob Kos, Joe Annunzio. ROW 4: Bill Gabriel, Mike Wood, Mike Sanders, Steve Szafalovvicz, Al Zwiersko, Del Breckenfeld, Joe Wolf, Roger Van Dyke. ROW 5 Standing: Jim Rottman, Rich Blaszczyk, Marv Koffman, Larry Rosenthal, Carl Franz, Gerry Miceli, l-lovvey Rubin, Beryl Gersh, Kathy Kadlec, Barb Chlebik. Dot Sellinger, l-larriet l-lelnz. NOT PICTURED: Sue Silverman, Delores Morrow, Suelen l-lelland, Dale Johnson, Mary l-lelin, Cary l-lollander, Dean Rolando, Cheryl Patterson, Rance Lumsden, Agnes Kalicinski. 11 A 'X Q5 ,W MW r'15'N+2?" W121 ':'L7 i ' 'J 1 31-ggglgp, :E " :mi f aw-.mriswgf : , , K, M, aw N, Wa . f few-me - 433, 0 v fiS,jXxf,nfwfnv,w- wwf- f .dwwfv X 1-,N K Ya .x,xm,ww x 'W-ggi , QV F , , , . , fb A BEEHIVE YEARBUUK STAFF M M, Q. XFX x ,. X ,,.'f.,,l f' mc, ., I ., ,. ,, X4m. , A, 5 ' 1, ,, X - Aw Q C. . 3 'W 7 , Kr, 3+ ' ' Q 5 ww 49" 1 Mr. Frank J. Fritzmann CAclvisorJ Janice Ann Knox Editor-in-Chief and Art Editor! Rita Washington QCO-Eclitorh Connie Pettinger QCO-Editorh -1-i V yu- 'Lf wmv N, X X ,.,,, Z , IW x f W f V f "1 X mf i ,hiv I Above: Carol I-lerzberg, Wendy Jo I-larmston, Eugene Barnes. Above Left: Candace Wickstrom. Left: Connie Pettinger KCO-Editori, Janice Ann Knox CEditor-in-Chiefb, Rita Washington CCO-Editorb, S a m u el Kaplan Cphotograpnerh, Candace Wickstrom. Below: Sue Lagro. - f --o fe' cw s QWEYPE? ' f M mx Ji I -.K E Organized by the biology majors at Northeastern, the Biology Club was started as a means by which the members could gain more knowledge of their field. Since the time of its inception, the club has successfully established a speaker series which incorporates the demonstrations of all aspects of biology and related areas. During the vvarm summer months the Biology Club organizes field trips to the various natural locales within the proximity of the college. At the present time the Biology Club is con- cerning itself vvith the problems of environment, population, and pollution, and what the individual student at N.l.S.C. can do to help alleviate these problems. BIULUGY CLUB il i il i it N 2 ff 4:3 ROW 1 f HMI H' Vlb' Vl !Srrrrtaryy List He A. Berglund fvice Presidentj, Bargara Butzbach, Bonnie B. Bartels. ROW 2: Michael I rr zrfl lludrilf Kflf Blvvvart Robert C. Allgaier, John I. Saarlma, Roger l-l. Bader, Don Williams CTreasurerJ, Dr. Jules 1 r r f r lr ur, J 1 ph A Rn inn NOT PICTURED: Mickey Sagrillo Cpresidentl. ROW 1: Dogo Mota Bodine, Sharon Avant, Marcia Gordon, Diane Taylor, Rita Washington. ROW 2: Queenella Miller, Gloria Newell, Ilene Bailey, Jerome F. Burgess, Marilyn Cole. ROW 3: Melvina Leonard, Eugene Barnes, Jeannette R. McClurge, Cynthia Felton, Sam Jones, Carol Bozeman. ROW 4: Stella L. Bell, l-lenry Johnson, Marti Williams, Janice Ann Knox. ROW 5: Gwendolyn Giles, Reginald Scarborough. ROW 6 1StandingJ: Jesse M. Branson fpresidentj, Teddy Williams, John Whitehead, Lorenzo Clemons, Mr. William Speller CSponsorJ. BLACK HERITAGE Rooted in the vibrant Civil Rights Movement of the early 6O's, our organization grew in step with the movement. As a young group on campus we examined the ideas of the movement and participated where possible, under the title of The Civil Rights Club. This type of organization, as time passed, limited our mobility as we attempted to cope with the day to day problems dealing specifically with the Negro and his involvement in the educational process. Thus as our numbers grew and the pulse of the political and social heartbeat grew stronger, we broadened our base and modified our objectives to become even more vital to the raging struggle, hence, Negro l-listory Club. The new club dedicated itself to examining the Negro condition in this country from a historical as well as a cultural perspective. lt sought to make sure that the "historical hole", so long in existence, was finally filled with the rich and illustrious heritage of the Negro. Yet even this kind of organization was not equipped to handle all the imminent problems of Negro students. The new organization was becoming obsolete in the light of the new language and rhetoric of the New Negro of the 6O's. Negro students became Black. A milestone has been reached but it was only a resting place on the way to total Black "awareness". Yes, more problems came about as a result of this new awakening. Caught in the midst of such a discovery, Black Students came together once more and once again reorganized. This time specific objectives were set. We knew well that we had to protect ourselves from unwanted abuse. Within this institution we knew we had to create a community of Black for Blacks and for the sake of Black if we were to survive. We emphasized cultural awareness and unity as a survival technique. This type of organization was not anti- White but more for our personal and collective enrichment. We had to know ourselves before we could know anyone else. Presently, the Black Heritage Club has 120 Black students plus alumni. In the forth coming trimester we are expecting this number to double. FROM NEGRO TO BLACK! CPrepared by Ronald Vernon and Jesse Branson of Black l-leritagel OH j . I A ix ,4 Above: Null and voids-George Brusky, Linda Lange, Norman Steinman, Pat Padovano, Torn Murphy fBacKgroundb. Below: Wabugafe's M's-Row 1: Debbie USS CSeCretav'yJ, Jerry Jeffries qvice-Presidentj. ROW 2: Dick Bartolo CTreasurerJ, Charlene Taubman Qpresiclentj. Right: Impersonators-Myles IVlcEviIly, Jane Rzpeka, Krickett Kanabay, Linda Oderio. Upper Right: Blood, Sweat and Tears-Ray Luperini, Kathy Brodner, Kathy Simkus, Bob Eichenfeld. Lower Right: Two E 2-ROW 1: Anne DiChristofano QArtistJ, Nita Cooper. ROW 2: Louis Benson, Larry Goldfine. I ' 1 L, i fm Da " I BUWLING LEAGUE l'T" N fx x' xxix -v ii. Y fd ' 1 kg, xx f, ' .. 1 N f lg rt 'L' 77 Y i i I ' ,Ji . 45- , K . 'xfsl 'N-"' X :eff 'l if 1-:ff The Northeastern Illinois State College Bowling League was the first organized school activity established in 1961. Open to all students, the League offers the opportunity for its members either to learn a new skill or to improve their previous bowling scores. Meeting each week on Tuesdays at 3:00 l3.lVl. at l-labetler's Bowl, the four-man teams compete for the beautiful trophies awarded at the Bowling Banquet. Interested bowlers should contact lVlrs. Dolores Petty, sponsor for the club, in her poolside office. Upper Left: TBA'S-Connie Skalecki, Karen Libel, Randy Allegrezza, Don Pigoni. Upper Right: Easy Riders-ROW 1: Donna Kaban, Ken Ford. ROW 2: Susan Stermer, Debbie Martello. Left: Question Marks-Kathy Peacher 1TreasurerD, Randy Curylo, Kathy Schneider lSecretaryJ, Chuck Young Knot picturedj. Lower Left: Gophers-lForegroundJ Tom Murphy, George Brusky, Sue Cook CBackground3. Below: Ray l.uperino, Randy Curylo. IW' 'NJ' X....l .nl fzr 3 , Mr Gus Ziagos CDirector of Physical Educa- Mrs. Petty addressing the Banquet tion Departmentl BGUFGSSNWE the BBVWCIUGT- Seated: Charlene Taubman, Debbie Liss QCO-sec reta ry J. Yvonne Williams, Sharon Bengelsdorf, Unknown, Krickett Kanabay, Myles lVlcEviIly, Unknown. Maury Peretz lHypnotistJ Seated Randy Allegrezza, Bob Q FIRST PLACE TEAM Wabugafes Machilimackinacs Char lene Taubman Dick Bar'tolo Debbie Liss Jerry Jeffries lnot picturedl Gary Hirshman accepting Men's High Game .224 Award from D e b Die Liss fLeague Secretaryp. Yvonne Williams accepting Most Improved Bowler + 44 Award from Debbie Liss. Below: Bob Eichenfeld ac- cepting Men's High Series and Handicap 672 from Debbie Liss. THIRD PLACE TEAM Pin Killers James Alderson Shirley Levens, Bruce Bratt Barbara Colin 274 4' J 1-vii' . ' I X' si' 'T I fxxa x fl' 'F 'I 1 I f f X "P, lvl- c." F sb.. ff .4 X0 l ROW 1: Rosemarie Tamura CCaptain7g Diana Notaro, Cookie D'Onofrio, Sonia Blicharz lCo Captainj ROW 2 Barbara Adams CSubstituteJ, Donna l-lartig, Wendy Zierk, Lana lvlassari lSubstituteJ. CHEERLEADERS Since it was originated in 1966, the Cheerleading Club has been lead- ing crowds of basketball fans in various cheers, a task which at times becomes a great challenge. Requiring enthusiasm and strenuous practice sessions, their goals are never-ending smiles and the ability to make everyone share in that school spirit during the games and pep rallies, as well as during homecoming. Sponsored by Dr. Eleonor Prueske, the cheerleaders were chosen because of their ability to fulfill these require- ments. "Energetic" being their key word, these girls have put extra pep into each game. Organized not only for the chemistry majors at Northeastern, but all of the science-oriented students, the Chemistry Club seeks to provide motivation for, and activities in, the field of chemistry. Sponsored by Dr. Paul Poskozlm, it has three main aims. First, it gives the members an opportunity to prepare for their futures through talks with working scientists. Second, the club attempts to plan activities that will be of service to the school, to the community, and to other institutions. Third, the Chemistry Club promotes social activities for the enjoyment of club members. In addition, through guest lecturers, movies, seminars, and tours, the students are able to remain up-to-date with the current scientific discoveries. CHEMISTRY CLUB ROW 1: Morris Sotonoff Qvice-Presidentj, Daniel lvlajka, Bernie Rudnik fService Chairmanl, Frank Rubino CTreasurer and Secretaryb. ROW 2: Jerry Wysocki, Louis Czaplewski Cpresidenth. ROW 3: Marlene Fabiszak CChairman of the Social Committeej, Barbara Bernstein, Viola Baines. ROW 4: Ron Wierzbicki, Dr. Poskozim qSponsorJ. 71. " r . Z' f 4 ff HIM H ' fifb -W 4 5 l ww , 3 ,, Y W M I V 355, 5 -MV ,Wg ,Q ,. Q W l'-"L Nil' l an 13 ill if ,. -..,.-.-4,3--ie f fn Y W A ,,,, ' CHURUS Mr. Jorgensen calms the last-minute nervousness before the performance. Pianist for the Chorus Concert, R ic h a r ci Jonasson, rehearses the accompaniment f o r the songs. .Z Some of the members of the Chorus go through preliminary vocal exercises prior to the concert. iii? Z X f FOI.K DAN CLUB In Spanish costumes, Diane Muchowicz and Mar- lene Wilczynski pose for our camera. l l l Gracefully shaking her tambourine, Ethel Miller brings the excitement of gypsies to Northeastern. BE . SEATED: Carmen Valverde fpresidentl, Ethel Miller. ROW 2: Lynette Howell, Myron Krajnyk, Tina Voss, Jay Lagambina. ROW 3: Marlene Wil- czynski, Elaine Polishak, Heather Marinello, Marshall Sorkin lTreasurerJ, Esther Adelman, Ermin Morales, Helle Remmet, Diane Muchowicz qpresidentb. The excitement and challenge of learning dances from other countries bring the folk dancers of Northeastern to- gether at least once a week. The purpose of the club is to gain enjoyment from learning about the various dances and the cultures from which they come. Helping to achieve this objective, Mrs. Victoria Bestock teaches the club members a wide variety of dances that range from German dances using the basic 3M time to the more intricate Balkan dances with their 918 time. The styles vary also: from the flowing move- ments of the Israeli dances, the leaping motions of the Philip- pine Tinikling, to the energetic and sometimes athletic move- ments of the Hungarian and Russian dances. Each Fall the folk dancers perform for the college in colorful costumes characteristic of each country they repre- sent. The dancers also perform for the community: in the past they have danced several times for schools, churches, senior citizens' clubs, and various other groups. The only requirements for membership in the Folk Dance Club are interest, enthusiasm, and a willingness to learn. Colorfully attired in bright Israeli dress, Heather Marinello, Marshall At the close of their Hungarian number, Carmen Valverde and Jay Lagambina en- Lynette Howell, Myron Krajnyk, Tina Voss, Sorkin, Esther Adelman, and Er- ioy the teasing movements of their and Jay Lagambina look to the audience min Morales display their dancing Danish dance. for approval. skill. The program cover for the "Interna- tional Happening" was designed by Sue Arendt, a member of the Folk Dance Club. Luci Kojro and Tony Dobranski enjoy the breath-taking spins of the fast- moving Polish Kujawiak-Oberek. In this German dance entitled "Man in the Hay", the couples swiftly slide across the entire expanse of the stage- to the amazement of the audience. A dance of intricate formation and con- trolled foot work, the Irish Four Hand Reel is performed by Cathy Gillespie, Cynthia Mokwa, Elaine Polishak and Mar- lene Wilczynski. With graceful hip movements, the women make their entrance for one of the Jug- oslavian gypsy dances. On the afternoon of Tuesday, November 25, 1969, the Folk Dance Club and Square Dance Club presented "International Happening". Mem- bers of the two groups performed a wide variety of dances representing the cultures of many nations around the world. Included among the colorful numbers were a rapid Irish jig, a feminine Jugoslavian gypsy dance, a flirtatious Tarantella from Italy and the well- known and exciting Mexican l-lat Dance. With the first hand knowledge of their director, Mrs. Victoria Eiestock CWoskoffJ who has traveled to Europe and learned these dances from the natives of these countries, the Folk Dance Club gave Northeastern an ex- citing afternoon of authentic cultural entertainment. Not only were the dances authentic, but the costumes that were worn by the performers also were accurate copies of the native dress of the countries. These costumes were made by Nancy Habel, Barbara Mclfar- land, Cynthia Mokwa, Diane Muchowicz and Mary Beth Ulanek. The Square Dance Club, under the direction of Mrs. Bettye Ehrlich, performed an American square "Tinikling". dance and a Philippine dance called the iabovej A feat of great co- ordination and concise foot- work, the Jugoslavian gypsy dance the Duj Duj requires that each girl twirl her scarf as she moves about in her own individual circle while also circulating around the major ring. Ileftj The Tarantella, the national dance of Italy, with its lively music and flirta- tious steps is enthusiastical- ly performed by Juan Chong and Nancy Habel. With foot stomping and lightning fast mo- tion, the men display their skill in the Mexi- can l-lat Dance. ln this dainty and light Israeli dance, demure girls portray the sweet- ness and tenderness of young love. . 13" The Philippine Tinikling imitates the "Tikling" bird vvith its long neck and long legs as it runs in the tall grasses. With the accompaniment of castanets, the dancers perform the lively Jota from Badajos fSpanJ. we zgisiag 1 -:' ' T 15 "Elf 4:"':? i. 2 1: will ' i V. ,ia ,' 2 if:-lf Mhz, S r Q . """"-'-vr'-"ef:-.1 -. ... .- .. ,f.-...ff Q-ef --i- .L...-QF. Q-.'. .,,-. uw., Nancy Habel and Marshall Sorkin illustrate the rapid footvvork that characterizes the finale of the Mexican l-lat Dance. The aura of the Mexican l-lat Dance is climaxed by its ro- mantic finale, as demon- strated by Carmen Valverde and Richard Bartose. T f f My ,W f Gif gf , I, ff , . , 45.4 f ,? 14' W7 1 f7,, 17 'if' fi Z, 4, P ff ',7l'7f,'S7 V .1 yin. 'inf' -f , mf My V- ., pci z' " " W f y 9 if "'-f"Y"w,- . f,,f...f X W, K W f-,4 4 ,, ROW 1: Steven F. Haber, Miss George Foster fcoachl, Terry Alport. ROW 2: Tom Kwit, Roger Hanna, Ted Demos. FURENSICS UNIUN Sponsored by the department of Speech and Performing Arts, the Forensics Union participates in intercollegiate debate activities. During 1970 some of the major tournament participation took place at the University of Wisconsin, Purdue, Northwestern, Illinois State University, Bradley University, and St. Louis University. Northeastern was high on the list of winners for the Illinois State Tournament held at Bradley. Ted Demos vvon second place in the entire state for oratory, Leslie Gray vvon fourth place in extemporaneous speaking for the state. Other awards were vvon by: Dennis McSvveeney in debate and extemporaneous speaking, Ted Demos in debate and oratoryg Leslie Gray in extemporaneous speaking and oral in- terpretation of literature, Elaine Gertler in oratory, Marty Zelenietz in extemporaneous speaking, and Kathie Safferstein in oral interpretation. The members of the Forensics Union for 1970 were: Terry Alport, Kathy Braun, Ted Demos, Mark Englehart, Kathy Fraser, Elaine Gertler, Leslie Gray, Roger l-lanna, Tom Kvvit, Janet Marmitt, Dennis McSweeney, Joanne Spizzirri, and Marty Zelenietz. Miss George Foster was coach and Miss Nancy Richardson was director for the group. I O ,-af' Art McNeese, one of the opponents from Abilene, presents evidence in support of his view. Ted Demos explains his position with humorous emphasis. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS STATE ABILENE, TEXAS, COLLEGE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, REPRESENTED BY REPRESENTED BY Art McNeese Ted Demos Dgvid Alley Dennis lVlcSweeney RESOLVED: The Federal Government Should Grant Annually a Specific Percentage ol Its Income Tax Revenue to the State Governments. Tuesday, April 14,1970 I P.lVl. Auditorium The other member of Northeastern's team, Dennis lVIcSvveeney, offers further information for our side of the resolution, while Ted studies his words. Elaine Gertler carefully times the debaters as Marty Zelenietz follows the progress of the argu- AbiIene's other team member, David Alley, chooses the cards ment' that will serve as the means for defending his team's viewpoint. FRENCH CLUB The French Club has a threefold purpose: First, it vvorks to promote cultural and social activities which provide opportunities for students to increase their efficiency in the French language and their understanding of the culture Second the club provides opportunities for personal contact between the students and people of French speaking countries Third it aids the future French teacher by offering programs of special interest to him and by keeping him informed of professional organizations and programs not associated with the college Each trimester plans are made to provide activities of interest and educational value Several speakers from French speaking countries a visitor from the French Consulate a film from France open to the public and a luncheon at the end of the trimester are among the events scheduled this year In addition the French Club arranges for French majors to tutor the students needing help in French and several l-lours of Speaking French are planned vvhere the French students may share in an hour of socializing and speaking French and thereby learn from each other l was ,i' . . tilt 3 his 'few :auf s v ,t B 47.3 Al?-1 -aus 5 X 4 'jvlnnnvt -Q 1 , ROW 1: Fougeres R. Ferrier fvice-Presidentl, lVlrs. Billing fSponsorJ. ROW 2: Randi Cook fTreasurerJ Susan Cotteleer fpresidentb Helen Stasiewski CFublicity Chairmanj, Susan Silverman fSecretaryJ. ' at 7? GEUGRAPHY CLUB SEATED: Mr. Robert Easton fSponsorJ, Marion Lewandovvski. STANDING: Celeste Sarna, Phyllis Proszowski, Henry Oszakievvski, Ray Surges. Northeastern's Geography Club vvas organized vvith the goal of helping interested students learn about the physical and cultural environment around them. ln the past the club has sponsored field trips to Mammoth Cave and Kettle Moraine vvhere the members learned the reasons vvhy these tvvo areas, so near to each other, are so different, and hovv the glaciers created the physical description of the land. Other trips included visits to a steel mill and a brewery, vvhere the students found out the reasons for the locations of these industries, and from vvhere the ravv material is obtained and to vvhere the finished product is sent. The club's most popular activity is the monthly dinner at a restaurant specializing in a certain nation's cuisine. Some of the past dinners included the sampling of foods from India, Germany, lvlexico, and Japan. Not exclusively for Geography majors, the Geography Club is intended for anyone interested in the vvorld around him. GERMAN CLUB QQ f M ROW 1: l.ee Mishkin fpublicity Chairmanh. ROW 2: Pat Galinski fpresidentj, Janice lvlayers fvice-Presi dentj, Barbara Von Helms fTreasurerJ. ROW 3: Monika Czebok, Rosvvitha Sabo, Martin Wasserstrom Alvera Salerno, Janet lvlayers, Milica Velickovic. The purpose of the German Club is to promote educational, cultural, and social activities which provide opportunities for students to increase their efficiency in the German language and their understanding of the German culture. During the year the clulo's activities have included the sponsorship of the reception for the Vienna Choir Boys after their performance at Northeastern, a joint party with the other foreign language clubs, and, in the future, a planned film festival during foreign language week. 74 ROW 1 Kneeling: Arlene Jarzab llgresidentj. ROW 2: Edward Szydlik, Bob Brown, Thelma Bobrowicz, INTERPRETER'S THEATRE Founded as a means by which students can gain confidence in public speaking and performing, Interpreter's Theatre sponsors many trips to universities for interpretation festivals. These festi- vals give the club members an opportunity to visit other campuses and gain experience in interpretation. Selecting material, conducting auditions, and staging the per- formances, the members are offered the chance to direct their own productions. Some of the most interesting of these compositions involve the usage of movies, colored-lighting effects, music, and dancing. For anyone interested in any of these areas, lnterpreter's Theatre offers many outlets for these diverse interests. FRONT ROW: Myron, Ozzie Samuels, Sally Silverstein. BACK ROW: Milt Goldberger, Barbara I.amm, Marc Englehart, Janice Schoenfeld, Steve Gerner, Judy Carmona, Irwin I-lolkolm. KLAL I-laving 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-togethers and stimulating lectures and discussions, seeks to awaken and strength- en each member's personal awareness and identification with Jewish life. In January of 1970, KLAL. initiated a new service for the students on campus-a coffee house held every Wednesday evening at the new Max Straus Jewish Community Center. Throughout the school year KLAI. has been very successful and plans to continue and grow with the university. "N Sally Silverstein, Judy Caroma, Robin Olevsky, Janice Schoen feld. ,1- My . 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ROW 3: Sue Makurat, Carmen Valverde, Sue Tarsa, Sheila Sturnpp, Diane Tluczek, Adele Pitts, Bernie Servva, Barbara Rothgery, Terry Duszynski, Cheryl Gibbs, Linda Boquist. ROW 4: Sheila Robson, Marge Srnith, Jean Prosser, Sharon McDowalI, Karen Lewan, Eileen Donahoe. ROW 5: Denise Grouzard Cvice-Presidentj, Terry Merkel CRecording Secretaryy, Pam Osucha lTreasurerJ, Sandie Schaffer CCorres. Secretaryl, Kathy Brennan Cpresidentj. ,S LAMBDA SIGMA ALPHA AXA ROW 1: Pam Osucha 4TreasurerJ, Denise Grouzard fvice-Presidentj. ROW 2: Terry Merkel QRecording Secretaryl, Sandie Schaffer CCorresponding Secre- taryp, Kathy Brennan fpresidentj. if Lk si if Yr i fl in 4413 QQ' 1 LSA MUTHER-DAUGHTER BANUUET SEATED: Mrs. Berniece Zimmerman qDean of Women and Assoc. Dean of Studentsj, Dr. Elyse Mach CSponsorJ. STANDING: Pam Osucha, Sandie Schaffer, Kathy Brennan, Denise Grouzard,Terry Merkel. l EL? i uvl - . 1 ' Y ' , , , ' ' if , in ,l' 32 fi ' ' ' ' ' f Viii i A l Dr. Elyse Mach, Kathy Brennan and her mother enjoy the festive occasion. The oldest sorority at Northeastern, Lambda Sigma Alpha is the largest one as vvell. In order to fulfill their chief purpose of service to the college and the community at large, the sisters have many activities throughout the year. These activities in- clude the candy sales for charitable organizations, ushering at concerts and graduations, the Penny Carnival in April, the carving and distribution of pumpkins to Cook County Hospital at l-lallovveen, and the annual Winter Formal at Christmas. On Sunday, May 17, 1970, Lambda Sigma Alpha held their annual Mother-Daughter Banquet at the popular Diplomat Restaurant. The banquet has become more popular over the passing years. The genuine closeness which exists among the Lambda Sigma Alpha sisters accounts for the success of all their projects. LSA Pledgees-ROW 1: Marcia Shanok, Diane Kuzma, Linda Pierce. ROW 2: Phyllis Adomites, Maria Zajczenko. NOT PICTURED: Kathy ldstein. 7 B Mrs. Berniece Zimmerman, George Ziemen, Pam Lenart, Regina Jackson, Margaret Santore, Robert Allgair, Karen Leung, Rosemarie Tamura, John l-layes, Dorthy Barth, Marie Holbach, Muriel Marks, Tim Short, Arlene Rosenberg, Glenn White, William Baldyga, Donna Rae Barnes, Marie Banks, Janet Anderson, Sharon Ban, Stephan Spitzer, Steve Brayndick. MENTURS Aware of the bewilderment that faces the incoming freshman, Northeastern established freshmen orientation meetings, conducted by the Mentors. The Mentors, upperclassmen who have taken extensive training in group dynamics under the supervision of Mrs. Berniece Zimmerman, help the freshmen through the various problems and com- plications that can take place during one's first trimester at Northeastern. Under the guidance of Mrs. Zimmerman, the Mentors study the proper techniques for effective group leadership and participation. During the second summer session, the prospective Mentors experiment with various group techniques and through this first-hand experience, readings, and movies, they prepare for their own freshmen groups. When the fall trimester begins, the Mentors meet with their fresh- men weekly for discussions, advice, and assistance in showing the new Northeasterners how our school operates. In the fall, weekly sessions take place between the Mentors and Mrs. Zimmerman where problems are discussed and solutions suggested. l7Fi ROW 1: Louise Lazar, Pat Owens, Myron Krajnyk. ROW 2: Nadeene Novy, Pam Bradley, Carol Cullen. ROW 3: Mary Ann l.uka Joanne Draths. ROW 4: Marilyn Stoklosa, Dolores D'Amore. NEWMAN CLUB Beginning as a worshipping community, Newman represents the Catholic Church on the campus of Northeastern. A religious group, Newman is nonethe- less for all students who are searching for truth and who are willing to reach out to others. Newman offers weekly discussions on contemporary topics, liturgical services several times a week, pre-marriage discussions, sensitivity workshops, and various social activities. The Newman Student Center, located at 5450 North Kimball, provides a warm, friendly atmosphere where students may gather. ' f ff fl Dave Green F ll El , 51- V I J f. f f W 7 1 f 1 7' ff Z if , f .fp " f 0 59 V, ?7 rj! f s. Q M if f f Z ,,f X ! 4-,M l l Z Conme McNeely Q.. A' " 5 Larry Spaetn TVIBUFE GeOl'ge akxuft I W 1 Q V A f , f?f'f3 ' , ff-Y f7X 5 4 . . I 'Mg 1, f f A f . f xg: Roger Bader wt k J ' K -. uk' Mickey Sagrillo Bill Spreitzer . . probably the finest student newspaper in America." l really enjoy it!" -Robert J. Goldberg A relevant newspaper!" -Dan Stern lt's just tne greatest!" -Dave lvleissner The Northeastern what?" -Ely Nl. Liebovv -Jerome IVI. Sachs 50? 7, N i Ely M. Liebow Lynn Sagrillo L.es Klug Del Breckenfeld NURTHEASTERN PRINT umm: -, V if ,aff ' .,... I 4 NM Z A WM Gene COFEY Mondo Stockmann James Martin P Maggie Davis l Rich Sears Hal Bluethman Q :., W .. ,,,,, , ' Sheila RODSOFI Ellen Friedman Ron Middleton 4 ff 7 ? , Fred English si fy? Kim W ?i Cindy Dubas 1'i f, .iiii,4,. il, f i M fr ,1 l1 M iili 1 Madeline Poster i f Wd' 2434 33992 i 4 P E 1 QW 1- , 7 Mft? W wg M gif , Q i f ,E 2 . f s I f E li yt'A 3 5 1 -.ii Z " ' 3' .mf Fl' A " ei! G E' E15 - Q. x X ,J Dave Meissner Mike Gilmore Barb Sielecki Steve Mandel! Jules Beuck, Murray Fisher, Norman Keller, Greg Sroka, Jim Rottman, Mike Zucek, Bob Zielinski, Wayne Bradley, Gene Rinaldi, Russ I-laak, Mike Sanders, Cary l-lollander, Bob Alderson. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is the professional mu- sic fraternity for men throughout the United States. The fraternity's major purpose is to advance the cause of music in America, and in order to achieve this, the Chi Omega Chapter presents a yearly mu- sical comedy Cl97O's presentation was Trial by Juryb, an annual All-American Concert, and a full schedule of concerts and recitals. The brothers also enjoy the benefits of a social fraternity through their membership in Sinfonia. The chapter has sponsored picnics, parties, and get-to- gethers with chapters from other colleges. Chi Omega also has initiated Mr. Willis Charkovsky, former fac- ulty member at N.l.S.C., into Chapter l-lonorary Membership. Because Northeastern has been without an Alma Mater of its own, during 1970, Wayne Bradley of the Chi Omega Chapter, wrote the words for our new Alma Matter: All Hail to thee, N.l.S.C., We sing our praises true, We'll always hold thine honor high- Our faith in thee renew. PHI MU ALPHA SINFIINIA FRATERNITY UF AMERICA, INC. CHI IIMEGA CHAPTER CRefrainJ I i Then sing out loud ancl sing out clear, Oh, may we be heard far and near, f Ring out the song -Northeastern! Thou art our Alma Mater dear, I' l.et it by all be known l. That we will hold within our minds, ig The love that thou hast shown. I CRefrainJ l. Then sing out loud and sing out clear, II Oh, may we be heard far and near, ,I Ring out the song -Northeastern! i ln years to come we may forget We might not oft' recall The joy we've shared within thy rooms. And Peace in ev'ry hall. fRefrainJ Then sing out loud and sing out clear, Oh, may we be heard far and near, Ring out the song -Northeastern! -Wayne Thomas Bradley PHI MU ALPHA jQ1 .Q Q. , - i t ll NEON il T6 NITY A Professional Music Fraternity forllifen Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity is a professional music fraternity dedicated to the advancement of music and to the brotherhood among men engaged in musical or related activities. Sinfonia's first chapter, Alpha, was organized in 1898 at the New England Conservatory of Music to unite men with common musical interests. While this continues to be a major purpose, in addition, Phi Mu Alpha fosters the develop- ment of fraternal spirit, contributes to musical activities on college and university cam- puses, and encourages loyalty to the Alma Mater. Nearly 300 active chapters, located on college and university campuses throughout the United States, initiate 3,000 men to membership each year. Alumni chapters in most cities serve some of Sinfonia's more than 50,000 alumni members. The member- ship roster of Phi Mu Alpha is a veritable "Who's VVho" of men in music. Sinfonians may be found in all fields of musical activities. Membership includes students, conductors, performers, composers, arrangers, teachers, publishers, music merchants, and repre- sentatives in the areas of Radio, TV, and Motion Pictures. The National Organization, through its headquarters in Evansville, Indiana, main- tains a loan fund for active members, publishes the "Sinfonian Newsletter" six times annually, administers two group insurance plans available to members and generally carries on the complex business affairs of the organization. Thirty-eight Province Gov- ernors throughout the country maintain direct liaison with the several chapters for which they are responsible and plan annual convention-workshops held on both province and regional levels. Chi Omega Chapter started with a petitioning group of 27 students and one fac- ulty .member early in the 1968-69 school year. After receiving endorsements from Dr. Sachs, President of the college, Dr. Wenzlaff, Music Department Chairman, and a temporary charter from the Student Senate, the men were ready to apply for a charter for Northeastern llllnois State College. Chi Omega Chapter was chartered as a per- manent chapter at Northeastern on April 21, 1969. The initiation ceremony was held in the Music Rehearsal room at the college, with Sinfonia faculty members in atten- dance. Chi Omega chapter now is an active part of the school and national organiza- tion. Active on campus, Chi Omega Chapter has presented a comic operetta -Gilbert and Sullivan's "Trial by Jury", has held a lyric contest for an Alma Mater song, has organized a picnic for the Music Department, has ushered at concerts, and entertained patients at the Veteran's Administration l-lospital during the Christmas Holidays. 1 38 fu' f ,, 1 .1 9. , ,mf faq 4 ' ha " .f " YE,, 'P fr' IZA . . gi e,,w ,1 if , ,.. -,.-,m. 2.416 . ROW 1: Robert E. Wilken, Ed Faickenberg, Phill Schragal, Gino Pesce, Bob Nelson, Terry Juliar. ROW 2: Dave l.ahey lTrea- surerj, Sue Mason CPresident7, "Mr. Ron" Middleton Qvice-Presidentj. ROW 3: James Murray, Jan Fleming, Sue bares, Wendy Zierk, Davia Ann Baldauf, Nanette Radtke, Cecilia Boyle, Rita Laskowski, Sue Arendt, Rich Amodeo. ROW 4: Linda Massarli Gail Weldon, Maureen McEvoy, Nettie Lee l.yden, Deanna Yum, Michael Kuriniec, Krickett Kanabay, Linda Lease, Elaine Polishak, Vito Gentile, John Demos. ROW 5: Susan Schak, Mary Beth Ulaneck, Milan Mitrovic, Myron Krajnyk, Mr. Robert l-lale fSponsorJ, Tom Shields, Jim Dobner, Al Steinman, Robert Jelen, Theresia Lang. ROW 6: Randy Beyers. NOT PICTURED: Carol Lindseth CSecretaryJ. PHYSICAL EDUCATIUN MAIURS This organization is open to all Physical Education Majors and any stu- dents of Northeastern interested in the field of Physical Education. The Phys- ical Education Majors vvork to develop the physical, social, mental, and emotional health of its members. They promote intercollegiate athletic activities between the Physical Education Major organizations, to promote and present their field of interest to possible future physical educators, and to vvin the interest and promote school spirit of the entire student body. Some of the club's activities have included the fun nights, Men's Playday for high school men, VVomen's Playday for high school women, demonstra- tions, lectures, and evaluations of physical education majors' courses. 947' ROW 1 Tom Coticchio fTreasurerJ Mary Beth Ulaneck QTreasurerJ ROW 2 Theresia Lang Cvice Presidentj Fred lvlanna fvice Presidentb ROW 3 Mr Gus Ziagos CSponsorJ Linda l.arson CPresidentJ Jim Pappas fSecretaryJ NOT PICTURED Joe Rossi fPresudentJ Lois Bilicki PHYSICAL HEALTH ffxix 'zum K f If CSec reta ry J. The largest club on campus, the Physical Health Club provides recreational activities for students with set hours in the gym, pool, and outdoor play areas. Special evening events, such as fun nites, hay rides, splash parties and dances are planned each trimester for all club members. Badminton, basketball, golf, swimming, scuba diving, soccer, touch football, softball, volleyball, tennis, and shuffle- board are all part of the program. The sponsor for Physical Health Club is lVlr. Gus Ziagos. PDM PUM GIRLS Performing at all home basketball games, Northeastern s Pom Pom Squad works to promote school spirit. The twelve girls on the team present their dance routines at half-time and vvith the cheerleaders cheer our team to victory. Under the direction of Dr. Edgar Giangvvare, the Pom Pom Squad helps to enliven the atmosphere of each game and to boost the morale of our basketball players. dnlliw l i mf-' Y Y Y N 'lv v . . V l Wji , S L P I , 4 X ai wi- ' 4, 'N 'A if - 5 i IU i, In . I 4 of V Q .4 W .- . l . , i .9 , , J' Q Q 'Q . 1 nw MMA .A in Ai, 5 '23-,151-p2,7'j Q12 ROW 1: Regina Jackson, Kris De Sario CCo-Captainl, Mary Salatino. ROW 2: Joanna Bitaut, Caryn Spayer, Mary Ann Pember- ton, Carol Couch, Carolyn We-lt1CO-Captainl, Kathy l-lawkins, Judy Surletta. .-...J The following people in alphabetical order are pictured above: Mary Alex, Ferne Banford, John Banford, Karen Diggie fVice-Pres- identj, Dr. Victor Dufour fAdvisorJ, l-luck Finn, Cheryl Jones, Linda Knutson, Michael l.otito lpresidentl, Dr. John Mann, Vic Mehta, Rose Parker, Jan Rito, Stan Raczon, Marcella Sinnenberg. PSI CHI HUNUR SUCIETY Psi-Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology, is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association and a member of the Association of College l-lonor Societies. The purpose of this organi- zation is to advance the science of psychology, and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology. Psi-Chi was founded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1929 and serves two major goals. The first of these is the Society's obligation to pro- vide academic prestige to its initiates by the mere fact of membership. The membership card and key are badges of merit attesting to the member's ability. The second goal is to nurture the spark of that ability by offering a climate congenial to its creative development. The picnickers proudly display their door prize winnings. ROW 2: l.arry Spaeth, Cynthia M. Dubas. ROW 1: Dorothe Weinberg, Richard Nussbaum, Marcia Lefkovitz. X Xxx f" 'K Rhoda Schwartz, Cynthia M. Dubas, Larry Spaeth fPresidentJ, Linda Knutson, Dr. Victor Dufour fAdvisorJ, Marcella Sinnenberg PSYCHULUGY CLUB The purpose of the Psychology Club is to stimulate interest in the field of psychology. While in the past this has been accomplished solely by having speakers and having field trips, the present officers felt that this was not enough and decided to direct the club into involvement with the department. This has been achieved by negotiating and running departmental faculty evaluation, holding an annual dinner to which all members of the community and psychology depart- ment faculty vvere invited, and the Psychology Film Series. Participating in a vvide variety of other activities, the Psychology Club is open to anyone who is interested in becoming involved. ROW 1: Frank Konrad fChairmanJ, Alan Axelrod CPrivatel, Barbara Kosgrove CChairmanJ, Miroslav Samchyshyn CRussian Depart- ment Chairmanj, Michael McDaniel fpresidentl, Robert Dubyk fpublicity Chairmanb. ROW 2: Marcia Shanok, Mrs. Serafima Friedman, Kathleen Ehrmann, Manja Narret. ROW 3: Maria Zajczenko, I-lelen Geanon, Jeff Chudnow. ROW 4: Larry Vigon, Bonifacio Rivera, Jr., Thelma Bobrowicz, Luba Pradun, Jerry Jeffries. RUSSIAN CLUB During the course of the year the Russian Club provides many opportunities for its members to increase their knowledge of the Russian language and culture. Among the events were films for both educational and recreational purposes, a Russian Dinner held at the Turewicz Restaurant where the club and guests enjoyed Russian cuisine. The Slavic Christmas was held in January on the Epiphany where the holiday customs of the various Slavic nations, including Czechoslovakia, Poland, Russia, Yugoslavia, and the Yukraine, were displayed. The climax of the year was reached during the spring break when sixteen members of the Russian Club went on a fifteen-day tour of Russia, visiting Leningrad, Moscow, and Kiev. During their visit, the club took tours of the cities on sightseeing buses, viewing many historical and architectural monuments. ln Leningrad they visited the Peter and Paul Fortress, from where the city originated and where the imprisonment of Russian revolutionaries under the Tsar took place. In Kiev, motor coach tours provided the visitors with sights of squares, cathedrals, and the Opera and Ballet Theatre. Other activities included a visit to the Museum of Taras Shevchenko, the Dnieper River. In Moscow, excursions were made to the Kremlin, the Bell Tower of loan the Great, the Lenin Mausoleum, and the Moscow State University. ROW 1: Manja Narret, Sonia Letarte, Marion Levin, Mrs. N. Szafalowicz, Mary Baron, Mrs. S. Friedman, Jeanie Szafalowicz, Christine Krupa, Mike Zavoskey. ROW 2: Barbara Kosgrove, Alan Axelrod, Mike McDaniel Qpresidentl, Jerry Jeffries. 139 40 Q --Q Q' L' ii. 5 gttla-ishmqilvla ROW 1: Pedro pf' it fe An Rosa, Arsenio Chavarria, Patricia Padovano CPublicity Chairmanj, Julio Cruz fPresidentJ. ROW 2: America Garcia fVice-Presidentj, Martha Jorge fSecretaryJ, Carmen S. Torres, Mayra Ramos-Piazza, Linda Sternard, Theresa Judycki, Marilyn Grilz. ROW 3: Margaret Peran CTreasurerJ, Blanca Soriano fpublicity Chairmanj, Wendy Wil- seck. ROW 4: L.is a Waldrop, Olena Ostapchuk, Flo Grendzinski, Riki Saenz. SPANISH CLUB One of the oldest clubs on campus, the Spanish Club provides the student with opportunities to understand and enjoy the culture of the Spanish-speaking people. Its members strive to make others aware of the existence of peoples with different customs in the hope of creating understanding and peace, and thus make this a better vvorld in which to live. Through its programs the club provides personal contacts between the stu- dents of Northeastern Illinois State College and Spanish-speaking people. Among the ways of achieving these objectives are the Spanish Club Banquet at a Spanish restaurant, the Spanish Poetry Contest, full-length movies, information about study- ing abroad, and Spanish lectures and singers. The Spanish Club also keeps its members posted on professional organizations and current activities not associated with the college. . 9f'0lm wx W 9, l- - :slllwfwlyx ' 'A Wi ,y 3 " " Z. fvw - ,.- I , X, ' ' 1 W i , 'W 1 .ri . Q 1 N ,., U 5- ...M w. M, ,W Hr X f wzliw' , H Wi ,M ,Mir Q F JJ f 'f-'W x Syl U i vr,1S1Eu ' M mi wx' 9 5 YW W7 ' mf" W, f - 1 , , 154' 'WTW L f f xg "1 W W I r ' K , 4. I ' 4 X' 11' .mf 'L 92 -av V' f 1+ 'rf 'U V IN L7 A K if g m J ' ,. Iwi , fy, N 1' 135 1 512 W., 6 Wk. we' ' V.. ' f ww Wiki 1. u A 5 ms ,4- , W' M ug M far. +. img, 'A ' ' 1 n w? ww., ,W ww 'Y . "Lge '-MB 1' 'WM MY' A fffm my , fgfpffpg. Eg....:yzf 1 -1+ , 'fQei,w:2'l21i1f5 55543 " ywfwggfw-ff wwb ' 921531, H 'f?atfAPs: "fi2-vgifgpi ' " Mlzfkf' ZW , 411' , . 'g,'Q:5'? ,. 0214" f ., :nf '-mia'Q-flq-Q-ynmw2f'-'fa f w.f'a,,A+ ya"-'M 1 wx 1 v- W ,wg ..r,,. A functional theatre group, the Stage Players have the primary objective of organizing and producing theatre presentations at Northeastern. The Stage Players provides each member with an opportunity to take part in and gain experience in the workings of the theatre. The year's activities have included: America Hurrah, Thieves' Carnival, Peace, all of which were major productions: The Emperor's Nightingale, a children's theatre production, and numerous student-directed presentations. STAGE PLAYERS .-A .nan ,i- if,"- 'f 'Y' n V. .,v 147 IF, Ts., .L 1 Q il 43 J! V af" lv-'Y , V 1 ll Q 11 QQ ', "V l-4 '12 :Gu ,HM , .Vu . Ee .- . - f - I Q Y 1 ,ll - .-i ln, 'LJ' - ' - 'J .1 rw. A ' V 1 1 .1 'A f ,N .- -' -. I. 1, . 3 , U 1. --,M Q., i -. .. . , ' - U -A . frm ' 1 .1 wt A'.u..v--..'.f-H, 95931-1 .-1 - " -1' -'f " ., 'ill'-.1 .' ':.A"F'.p.'w ' IQ' ' 1. .rdvfif-: f.:-izifm -' " ROW 1: Nlarif: Bavffr, lfobfrrl H, lynch, Russell Smolin, Barbara Smolin, R Bartholomew Sarnowski, Thomas R. Brandolino, Gary C. Porto, lfl2J'1'Jf!lJ", P, Hrfnuf:wuf.f. ROW 3: Ken lvlrock, Beth l-lovelman, Bob Brown, Arlene Jarzab, Donna Marcus, Wayne Thomas Hrmllf-f, Nanny Kaufrnun, Linda Collins, Terry Pritkun, Bruce l-lenkin, Carolyn Nielsen, Suellen Adler. NOT PICTURED: Susan lu-f,nlunf- fvfifx- l'rff'-.irjffrilr Cathy Cutinfflli fSfrcrr:lary, Treasurorj, Mr. Durwood Redd lSpOnsorl. Ortiz, Robert F. Gorg fpresidentl, Heather Gay Marinello, Ben Spillman, Jane Bloomquist. ROW 2: Randy Lee ROW 1: Dr. Dorothy Bernstein fSponsorJ. ROW 2: Davie Baldauf CF-'resident-electb, Jan Rito CPresident7, Freddie Frederick CSecretaryJ. STUDENT CUUNCIL FUR EXCEPTIUNAL CHILDREN Comprised of students who are Special Education majors and members of the National Council for Exceptional Children, the Northeastern Student Council for Exceptional Children is a newly formed organization on campus. With Freddie Frederick serving as their representative on the State Student Board, the N.l.S.C. chapter became an active member of the Illinois State Council for Exceptional Children. The members presented an exhibit at the National Convention for the Council for Exceptional Children which was held in Chicago during April, 1970 at the Conrad l-lilton l-lotel. Representatives to this convention were Davia Baldauf, Jan Rito, Sharon Filczar, Terry Boudreau, Freddie Frederick, and Teri Bednarz. The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon represent the only national social fraternity on campus. Tau Kappa Epsilon, with its thirty-seven active mem- bers, helps adapt new male students to college life both scholastically and socially. Popular with the entire student body are the Tau Kappa Epsi- lon mixers which occur twice a month and the annual Sweetheart Dance. Active in the intra- mural sports on campus, the fraternity also par- ticipates within the college community in such work as raising money for the Ray Schellong scholarship fund given to a deserving athlete, and in helping to give donations of blood. Not merely a fraternity for the men's college years, Tau Kappa Epsilon is also their fraternity for the rest of their lives. EPSILUN ROW 1: Edward R. Carroll fTreasurer, Crysophylosj, Warren Bauer Cl-lypophetesb, Bobby Dorer fChapter Advisorl. ROW 2: Michael E Janis CPresident, Prxtanisj, Mitchell P. Roman Cvice-President, Epi Prytanisl, James E. Pearce fPledge Master, l-legamonl, Rick Guyon fl-listorianl, David M. Lauerman QPresident, Pledge Class, Prytanisj ROW 3: Robert Fischrup 4PyloritesJ. ROW 1: John Gaertner, Paul l-lagen, Tim Blanchard, Edward R. Carroll fTreasurer, Crysophylosb, Bobby Dorer CChapter Advisory, Michael E. Janis fPresident, Prytanisb. ROW 2: David Lauerman CPresident, Pledge Class, Prytanisj, Norman Burdick fAthletic Chairmanj, John Firak, Dan Rohan, James l.. Hirsen, Robert Pischrup CPyloriteSJ, Rifihie Syversen CKUWSJ. JOHNNY MSIGNUGZ. Ermin J. Morales. ROW 3: Mark Kenna, John Enault, Gene Callahan fPloat Chairmanj, Mitchell P. Roman Qvice-President, Epi- Prytanisb, Donna Hough CSweetheartJ, Rick Guyon U-listorianj, Mark Faitek lRush Chairman, Public Service Chairmanj, Bill Mc- Andrews, Warren Bauer fHypophetesJ, Paul P. Sipiera, Jim Pearce CPledge Master, Hegamony, Bill Maniates. a :ff , - si? .,7. KE! -' TKE SWEETHEART DANCE 1970 Karen Wayne and the 1970 Sweetheart candidates and their escorts. I-aSt y9a"'S Sweetheart, KBVGVW Wayne, CVOWVYS the 1970 Sweetheart, Dohha Hough. Dohha Hough, Sweetheart, Michael E. Janis, Pres- icleht. 4 S,-.5-Nw Q :wfirw y '-. f -. ' - we-o 'wr -T ' f I ,, -0, - 'I ROW 1: Mary Moore lvice-President-Programj, Barbara Wieczorek QVice-President-Servicej, Pat Oakley Qpresidenth, Helen Doyle fvice-President-Service!, Jeanette Ehrenberg. ROW 2: Mrs. Beverly Weinberg, Helen Graessley, Hertha l.artz, Gussie Simons, Betty Southard lCorresponding Secretaryj, Marilyn Rogoff, Anne Temby. ROW 3: Joan Salerno, Ruth Krusen. 21 Increasing numbers of mature adults are entering colleges to complete an interrupted or delayed education. Since this group has special areas of interests and needs, the Twenty-One Plus club was formed to provide an avenue of communication for adult students. The club offers assistance, information and fellowship to these students. UKRAINIAN CLUB The Ukrainian Students Club of Northeastern is organized for the purpose of promoting interest in the Ukrainian culture among the students and faculty, to acquaint those who are interested in Ukrainian traditions and customs through discussions, exhibits, and films, to encourage stu- dents of Ukrainian descent to pursue a higher education, and to participate in or support the various functions of the college. The activities of the year have included the "'l'aras Shevchenko, poet of the Ukraine" celebration and memorial, a demonstration of traditional decorations of Ukrainian Easter eggs, and a Ukrainian art exhibit. ROW 1: Mr. Miroslav Samchyshyn CSponsorJ, Diana Szandra, George Dilendorf, Oksana Skyba, Maria Chychula. ROW 2: Michael Molick, Lina Kosyk, Olia Smyszniuk, Anna lvlryszuk, Alexandra D. Kockman, lvlarijka lvvashchuj, Oksana Jarymovvych, Valentina Poszewaniuk, Dr. Tom Kochman. I4 Pi wtf: I R PF 75 5" A1 ws J Qi! B I, ,x. , BN . 5 ' . , ,u . 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I VH-f F fn! .', N. ..:,,, 'f""uf:M'f' 1' --1: A ,la .1. 11 'Cf 54?-'if 148 sf NOT PLAYER Frank Tuntllln Bolo Novvnnskl Bob Jelen Craig Glgstad Terry Julnar Bob Nelson Terry Ruzzo Gino Pesce Ed Groenvvald Al Steunrnan Coach Bob Hale Terry Gober Bob Kanen Ed Miller Tom Shields Jim Dobner Marty Oscarson Wayne Madura Randy Eseyers SHOWN: John Melendez CAPTAINS: Torn Shields Ed Miller BASEBALL TEAM 11 3 3 3 8 7 12 -25-50 3- 849 850 25 50 350 1548 28 51 251 17 50 750 652 29 50 13-5 1 18-50 19-48 18-49 1-50 8-49 -15-51 -Ln HGT 5'1 1 5'1O 5'1 1 6'2 6'1 6'1 5'9 5'l 1 5'10 6'0 6' 1 5'1 1 6'0 6' 1 6'2 6'0 6' 1 6'2 6'0 WGT B 185 R 175 R 180 R 170 R 187 R 170 R 165 R 170 R 185 R 175 R 192 R 180 R 186 R 210 R 205 R 160 R 195 L 192 R 175 R POS OF OF INF INF OF OF-F INF INF R F R OF-R C INF OF INF R F OF . 1 HIGH SCHOOL Foreman Foreman Holy Cross Niles West Maine East Schurz Lane Foreman Maine East Roosevelt Lane Taft Notre Dame Holy Cross l-loly Cross Niles West Weber Maine East Austin l ! L.. . NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS STATE COLLEGE VARSITY BASEBALL 1970 SEASON FINAL TOTALS H.S. COACH Denk Denk Mariani Phipps Zeloos Fierce Fapciak Denk Zebos Layden Fapciak Mitchell Burke Mariani Mariani Phipps Repetto Zeloos Feckler Coach: Bob I-lale Northeastern l.l.T. Northeastern Chicago Circle Northeastern Niles College Northeastern Univ. of Chicago Northeastern Univ. of Chicago Northeastern Lewis College Northeastern Aurora Northeastern Lake Forest Northeastern Lake Forest Northeastern Memphis State Northeastern Memphis State Northeastern Chicago Circle Northeastern l.l.T. Northeastern Kendall Northeastern Kendall Northeastern Lewis College Northeastern Chicago State Northeastern Chicago State Northeastern Mac Murray Northeastern Mac Murray Northeastern Concordia Northeastern Judson N.A.l.A. DISTRICT NO. 20 TOURNAMENT Northeastern 5 Lewis Northeastern 4 Western Illinois Northeastern 2 Lewis -g . Y. 0 FENCING CLUB Nriw' of XXV! ROW 1: Josef Frauenhoffer KCO-captainj, Ernest Chrnura, Tina Voss CSecretary, Treasurerl, Ted Agresta, Richard l-l. Arons fCaptainJ. Described by its members as being an "informal group" rather than a club or team, the Fencing Club holds periodic meetings at the convenience of its members. A new ad- dition to our campus activities after being in existence only two trimesters, the organiza- tion is still in its preparatory stages. Open to anyone interested in fencing, the Fencing Club offers lessons for beginners and r,ompetitions for the more experienced ff:l'lf,F:I'2. Dr. ldella Graves, the moderator, fr-,talolisl'iorJ the club on campus. EO BASKETBALL TEAM Q13 David Lauerman, C29 Monte Roberts, C35 Greg McKinney, 147 Ron A Czekalski, Q53 Tom Coticchio, C63 Joe Rossie, f7l Jay Lagambina, C89 George Keehn, C93 Hans Bass, 1101 Paul Hagen, C111 Keith Brown, K 4123 John lvlelendez, i135 Jim Flood, C143 Coach Tom Gulan, U55 Mark I 3 7 Kenna, C165 Bronko Jovic, C179 Jim Williams, C183 Hank Williams, C195 5 Norm Thomas, C207 Assistant Coach Doug Devincent. 2 3 4 5 6 Xw The 1969-7O Basketball season was more successful than the record of 7-16 in- dicated. This was a rebuilding season, with only two seniors returning from last year's team. The season was filled with some bright moments, though. l.ed by Ron Czekalski, the leading scorer, rebounder and most valuable player, the Golden Eagles managed to win seven games. The team broke several records, such as the victory over a tough William Penn College, which found our boys winning the lowest scoring game ever played at Northeastern Illinois State College-22-20. Anyone who was at the Illinois Tech. game which lasted four over-times and found the Golden boys winning on a last second shot by Eironko Jovic, could never be concerned that this team didn't have po- tential. The team also broke the scoring record against Roosevelt University. Before a home crowd, Northeastern scored a record 119 points. With Joe Rossie and Bronko Jovic, the only two veterans not returning for the 70-71 season, our new coach Dr. I. "Spin" Salario is very optimistic about the success of the Golden Eagles. ' 151 5 Ee x 1 Q ll 5 A l K 5 5 ? ff 1 3 ' if .-xl ' 1 in iz Ll , , - , is - - X rs' --Si I x Q .H i - XA -, 2' 'x x " ' H J 4 1 14,3 ff. I , I - ,fx .W X .g L. 4 l' 'A 34? gf, 'f I .6 In Jiv .44 , x 1 pin At half time, the Chicago State cheerleaders in their green and white uniforms, greeted the Golden Eagles and their fans with "Hello: H-E -L -L-Ol!" Struggling to gain a good lead, each team displayed great skill and determination. As the second half of the game progressed, the Eagle fans saw the gap between the two teams' scores widening until eight minutes before the end of the game when the Golden Eagles rallied and brought the score within one point of winning. However, the skill of the "CoIonels" and the aid of a last minute foul brought the Eagles to their first Homecoming defeat with a final score of Chicago State College: 90 to Northeastern: 88. Although the final score indicated the "Colonels" to have achieved the winning points, the two teams displayed such proficiency that the fans on both sides recognized the mutual abilities of each team and were thrilled by the excitement of one of the most stimulating Homecoming games in which Northeastern has participated. NO. PLAYER POS. HT. YR. HIGH SCHOOL 10 Keith Brown F 6- 2 2 Gordon Tech. 12 George Keshn G 5- 9 3 St. Benedict 14 Tim Blanchard F 6- 1 2 Lane Tech. 20 Ron Czekalski F 5-1 1 3 Foreman 22 Joe Rossie F 6- 2 4 Harrison 24 John Malendez G 5-1 1 1 Austin 30 Tom Coticchio G 6- 0 3 Foreman 32 Bronko Jovic F 6- 2 4 Kelvyn Park 34 Norm Thomas F 6- 0 1 Lindblom 44 Mark Kenna C 6- 3 2 New Trier 54 Jim Williams C 6- 4 1 Tilden COACH: Mr. Tom Gulan ASST. COACH: Mr. Doug DeVlncent P.E. DIRECTOR: Mr. Gus Ziagos ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Charles Kane SPORTS INFORMATION: Jay Lagambina MANAGERS: Dave Lauerman, Larry Greenberg STATISTICS: Larry Bernstein i 51 if ,lx f. at in 3? g . V I 4 . , '94 .3 "Wifi Q' 3 W , . A , X I xx 5 . ROW 1: Kirk Kleist, Nick Schori, Jeff Chudnow. ROW 2: John Lachmann fCaptainJ, Steve Gvvost, John Shastal, Milan Mitrovic, Al Schiff, Mr. Ron Faloona CCoachJ. NOT PICTURED: John Miaso, John Zech. ' T"-js 1-M.,.-m...,,.f 4,g.r-New , F 95" , ' J it J X Ig 4 F1 V QL X an 'kg M h V-X' , N - i A eg? Q l W f J , , ., -r'11,s-Va V4 ,M A , F il. 13 at A VX V, 6' VK A , ,.,. .. , S f 'rc Wig Y f 'Mfr E t H5 +m.Lg .Q 7 'MEKQW 'if' K -Z . f- ' f ,md fp, J John Lachmann, Captain and NAIA District 20 packstroke champion, demonstrates the form that won the championship for him. Al Schiff, Kirk Kleist, John Shastal, and Milan Mitrovic prepares to display their skills as free stylers. T W 4' in 1 ' J Y -M """'-'-1-w..-,.,,, l I ' I 1 1'- 5 Q ' - u " ' Y1.,,,, , ' .-rv , . -, L., A" , "A f -,.'Y' , ' . 5 Q l ,Q .. 1 1 I .l - if R "J -- 7- x - V -Q - is 'M - V! L.:-'W uno. g .ssl . NF-7'-Q' Kirk Kleist swims free style through the water .'f A- i ," 'NAK "1 . , ul I f u K 1 '-ngl., 4 24 Q? J 5 5, . , :YW 'N . ' , s 1, A ,, 1' .l 3' " Q- ,' 1 . 4 I ll :.1M',u' A21 , W , .MQW 1 QMM1 I Q09 l M -Q T 7 3 , gl il - ,Z-, ..., I V. ,V 1 , 1 , fe fz fw . A ,- ,5 1 ,f Y l l ,f mZ?y,jfl. V 2 WY ,Q f ,. '1A,f S f 5 4 If 1 1 W ,J If , ff ' e 1: Yl 5 ROW 1: Mark Sullivan, Bob Kaplan, Mitch Woltersdorf, Bill Pollakov. ROW 2: Bruce Stone, Warren John, Mike Launius, Mr. Ron Faloona CCoachJ. TENNIS TEAM he n I 1 . 'Ii F il 1 ii i i 1 l R ! l l ax w fe, 472-'S' sunny. Y' Z7 XS-N fy , '+ .-. .- .,,,.- 1, . 140' A 'Q ' W -,, . .I -. F. , W, 3 ROW 1: Gail Weldon, l.ois E. Skiera, Sue Mason, Krickett Kanabay. ROW 2: Nettie l.yden, Mary Beth Ulaneck, Deanna Yum, Al- ma Beals, Carol Lindseth. ROW 3: Theresia Lang CCO-Captainl, Pat Gallagher, Linda Larson CO0-Captainl, Mrs. Julie A. DeMano fCoachJ. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM VVomen's Intercollegiate Basketball at Northeastern incorporated the new five player rule for the first time this year and experienced their most successful season thus far with a 13 wins-5 losses record for the 1969-1970 season. The team played almost every Chicagoland area school and was invited to participate in the Illinois DGVVS CDivision of Girls' and VVomen's Sportsl, Basketball Sectional. Coached by Mrs. Julie DeMano, the women are anticipating an even better season next year. z f f- -rfr 1 W' J-+f-mantra-tt'+2T-ii"HfffQ 5, if E l 1 5 6 if ROW 1: Pat Gallagher QCO-Captainj, Rose Tamura, Wendy Zierk. ROW 2: l.ois Skiera CSecretaryD, Davia Baldauf fCaptainJ, Sue Schak CTreasurer7. WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS 1970 has been a year of expansion for Northeastern's vvomen gymnasts. The two dual meets held on campus this year resulted in N.l.S.C. victories over Chicago Circle and Wheaton College. After placing third in the North Sectional meet held on February 21st, the team went to the state meet at Normal, Illinois. In addition to participating in competitions, the women assisted their coach, Miss Betty Meyer, in presenting a gymnastic program for high school girls at the Midwest As- sociation of l-lealth, Physical Education, and Recreation Convention. Further activities in- cluded the vvomen's joining the Physical Education Majors in a playday for Chicago area high schools, and participation in gymnastic clinics in judging and performing. WUMEN S VULLEYBALL TEAM Womens Intercollegiate Volleyball reached the peak of its success this 1970 season with their invitation to and later participation in the DGVVS fDivision of Girls and Womens Sportsb Intercollegiate Volleyball Nationals Coached by Mrs Julie DeMano the team experienced their finest season on record with a total of 18 Wins and 6 losses ln addition to having played some good power volleyball with other Chicago area schools the team also vvon first place in the Ball ROW 1 Cecilia Ann Boyle Linda Massari Krickett Kanabay Peggy Jacobson Sue Mason ROW 2 Nettie l.yden Caryn Spayer r Rita Laskovvski Carol l.indseth ROW 3 Mrs Julie DeMano fCoachJ Mary Beth Ulaneck CCaptaunJ l.ois E Skiera fflaptainh Linda Larson fCaptann9 Alma Beals 7 1 7 State University tournament in Muncie, lndiana. Sandi l-larrison, Sue Sternme , ' y ', ' 1. : . A , 1 ' Z 1'i4ZSL.,33 .SQJD .. .M ,. 1 ,A WOMEN'S INTERCULLEGIATE VULLEYBALL RAFFLE During the Spring, 1970 break, the Women's Intercollegiate Volleyball Team traveled to California to compete in the National Championship games. To help finance the trip, a raffle was held, first prize being a portable television. On April 2, 1970, the drawing took place in the hall outside of the gym offices. Officiating at the drawing were Dr. l-larold Mohamed, As- sistant Vice-President of Administrative Affairs, and lvlrs. Julie Delvlano, team sponsor. ,L f , - F 2, :' 1 4 ,, 1 K. V -- . Qffj 1 S .gf Q, w f Q J , vu, 4- x 'f1f'.w.J, 21 nfl .,, ..4 v,. , m -.L..' ' K 1, Mr. 1 V 1 x w . 1 , . , , - 4. .l. 1 , .. nx .. ' L -- n -..f-'L . v-'.e' Q s I ' ' -' ..' 1 .V 7 n 4 x 'ijt . "." u, s I XJ ,. -,,. ' fl'-N A v, , 1 ' , .-Arm? 'c' . .1-FP? L jvitfr ' .1 l2'.': '-I ' 1- Q -ee-5. fm 115 .-,H i".-. , . .Qui na .xv x ff 1 Trix ,,- n 1. F 3 xx . ffl-'V' 5'v.s:4l". '- HA- ' T-.-'NJ , , 1, ., Q-.-,-L:1.4,,-g:., f -.xfiffim " 1 , '-"- , '. " ' ' 'V .. ' ' . 4 ,italic-ix-.1..'s:--, , ., fgpi.,,s,-,gQQ?f, - f -.NE f. 'ir - . lv., , .. .su 1 -'T"- .ul-',.-I3 ' '. nj .J gh 5.3 . ' ..'l,,'T,f4-inf.-b:. -h 5 ' -'f'Lt'5"Ig'-'.3fQf!4.-V.. -1 2, ,..1 ,rg--w, uf , rf " gn-j,.-pw.-,!.1, ' f , J fx.. ,Qi-,AEQQ ' ' ' -dx 'qu gr.-Q ' 1 , a -n A ff , ' '., 1 1 w 1 ,, f, we ,f 1 f f 1 X 4 ' ,fu ART DEPARTMENT l-lallberg, Mrs. Clarice l..--Art De- partment Chairman, Associate Professor of Art. Pritzmann, Mr. Prank J.-Assistant Professor of Art. Johnson, Miss Janice-Art Faculty Assistant. Ornelas, Mrs. Laverne-Instructor in Art. MacDonald, Mr. James-Assistant Professor of Anthropology. NOT SHOWN ANTHRUPULUGY DEPARTMENT Britan, Mr. Norman-Associate Professor of Anthropology. Cropper, Mrs. Barbara Ann-Anthropology Depart- ment Chairman, Assistant Professor of Anthropology. Newman, Mr. Stanley M.-Assistant Professor of Anthropology. Smith, Dr. Jucly-Assistant Professor of Anthro- pology. Spencer, Miss Nancy-Assistant Professor of Anthropology. Tobin, Miss Patricia A.-Anthropology Clerk Typist. Y X . V QQ QJ U - V i " it , ,V , if f X f.. , 4, - 2' ill?- l l .AN , ' -- .X ,. ,' ,..v" ii. 4 - i-1 . 1. -A i - .. w ,i iwr ,, -. - ,- , ,,...,,,,, ., l . ra 1 W' , , , '. ..i.'L4.-bN' '.lA-A--fi NOT SHOWN Broad, Dr. Harry-Professor of Art. Cutts, Miss Merrie-Instructor in Art. Dooley, Mrs. Rosa-Art-Part-Time. Durkin, Elizabeth-Art-Part-Time. Jorgl, Mr. Louis-Instructor in Art. Libby, Mr. Thomas-Instructor in Art. Loquercio, Miss Anne I..-Assistant Professor of Art. Newman, Mr. Martin-Assistant Professor of Art. Osadebe, Mr. Oseloka-Art-Part-Time. Potts, Patricia Jane-Art-Part-Time. Statland, Mrs. Ronna S.-Humanities Clerk-Typist. ' Stockrnann, Gary Dale-Art-Part-Time Wallie, Mr. Alan-Assistant Professor of Art. Weininger, Mrs. Susan-Art-Faculty Assistant. 164 Crean, Dr. Joseph G.--Professor of Biological Science. Lamp, Dr. Herbert F.-Biological Science Department Chairman, Professor of Biological Science. Lehmann, Dr. Wilma H.-Associate Professor of Biological Science. Lerner, Dr. Jules-Assistant Professor of Biological Science. Rose, Miss Susan-Instructor in Biological Science. Wiercinski, Dr. Floyd J.-Professor of Biological Science. ,I f , -.... 350- X' 4 Xl ,.,4f,l ll, l i 1-.,,,-I. BIULUGICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT NOT SHOWN Betz, Dr. Robert-Professor of Biological Science. Fanslovv, Dr. Don J.-Associate Professor of Biological Science. Hall, Dr. Dennis M.-Assistant Professor of Biological Science. Lorenzin, Miss Anita-Biological Science Department Secretary. Lutsch, Dr. Edward F.-Associate Professor of Biological Science. lVlcArdle, Dr. Eugene--Associate Professor of Biological Science. Scharf, Dr. Arthur A.-Professor of Biological Science. Smith, Dr. Patricia A.-Assistant Professor of Biological Science. Stoltze, Dr. Herbert J.-Assistant Professor of Biological Science. Struven, lVlr. 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Fareed, sor of E Hoberg, sor of hglish. English. Dr. Earl John-Professor of Dr. Ahmed -Assista ht Profes IVI I". -T-l"1OI'T'laS -ASSlStaI"lf PI'OfSS NOT SHOWN Bates, Dr. Alan-Associate Professor of English. Bracken, Mr. Thomas-Instructor in English. Congclon, Mr. Perry S.-Assistant Professor of English Croft, Miss Marilyn-English Department Secretary. DeVille, Mr. K. Dale-Assistant Professor of English. Gray, lvlr. Rockwell-Instructor in English. Hild, lvlr. l-larold-Instructor in English. l-loffrnan, Dr. Donald-Assistant Professor of English. l.ease, Dr. Benjamin-Professor of English. Lee, Mr. Don-Poet in Residence. Nemanic, Dr. Gerald-Instructor in English. Paine, Dr. Robert N.-Professor of English. Patton, Mrs. Dorothy R.-Associate Professor of English Tinsley, Dr. James-Associate Professor of English. Weinberg, Mr. Marshall-English-Part-Time. White, Mr. l-larry-Instructor in English. Williams, Dr. Kenny J.-Professor of English. ,1,,,vn DEPARTMENT UF FUREIGN LANGUAGES Milanesi, Mr. Albert A.-Acting Chairman of Foreign Language Department, Assistant Professor of French. Billing, Mrs. Aurelia-Instructor in French. Burrneister Mrs. Norma R.-Assistant Professor of Spanish. Busse Miss Bonnie-Assistant Professor of Spanish. Callicounis Miss Alice N.-Department of Foreign Languages Chairman Assistant Professor of French. Coleman Mr. Ben C.-Assistant Professor of Spanish. Friedman Mrs. Serafima-Instructor in Russian. iv-,S 7 f Q- Q- xg 68 I Q Galassi, Dr. Battista-Assistant Professor of Spanish. Gonzalez, Mr. Rodrigo-Assistant Professor Spanish. l-lolby, lvlrs. Dorothy J.-Assistant Professor Spanish. Jolly, Mr. Julio-Instructor in Spanish. Maso, Dr. Calixto-Professor Emeritus of Foreign Languages. Najera, Mrs. Valeska S.-Foreign Language Faculty Instructional Supervisor in the Foreign Languages Laboratory, Assistant Professor of Spanish, EEg43:1:f.-: ?'f:.:j-ffr E2-f - gg 5 gg, w -:'- '------ Trgf, rx 7: ' :35?' 4. ...- 1 I ' F' ,igfges -'iff LE- . -LE3 ii3 ?' V ?'f'i.:.iQ5ii?.Ji?2l ifdgfiagii - ' . L.,-Kia-V -, " 1.5, liguw-7? - ' ,"'5F'TfffQ,, ,,, ,yziif , '- 5f?1ip-'::s i1Z-SG J' , f.-: ,ra--.5 v-1: - ...g.,..- .fm 11: -1 film.. . .L,,..Y.f .-- Y , , .W W, ... Y Y-.Yrs NOT SHOWN Coleman, Miss Nanette--Instructor in German. Jackson, Mrs. Marcia-Assistant Professor of Spanish. Kappas, Mrs. L.igia-Foreign Language Department Secretary. Olson, Mrs. Alfhilcl-Instructor in German. Roclriquez, Mr. Oscar-Instructor in Spanish. Walner, Mrs. Dorette--Instructor in French. Xenakis, Miss Rosemary-Foreign Language Department Secretary. , Mfg 2. It gf if f W O'Cherony, Mrs. Rosalyn-Assistant Professor of Spanish. Pantigoso, Mr. Eclgarclo-Assistant Professor of Spanish. Pedroso, Dr. Angelina-Assistant Professor of Spanish. Russell, Dr. Henry-Assistant Professor of French. Samchyshyn, Mr. Miroslav A.- Associate Professor of Russian. Wieclemann, Mrs. Frieclerike-Assistant Professor of French and German. J , ...X ft if." .infix if 17,1 ll, ,F- 0.1, ll ,i 1 3' U ' ---A--2.15 l vis! ,,,,:. . ..,i'pW X L . .G Q' GEUGRAPHY DEPARTMENT Charlier, Dr. Roger I-l.-Professor of Geography, Geology, Oceanography. Dierickx, Dr. C. Wallace-Geography Department Chairman, Professor of Geography. Klang, Dr. Ying-Cheng-Associate Professor of Geography. Schwartz, Dr. Carroll-Associate Professor of Geography. Q ,M-v.,,, -rr' Eff". 'L in -'nuff 'Y J' 'uf' - ' '-vi" 'fin' 'vs 4. NOT SHOWN Abicht, Miss Nadine-Geography Graduate Assistant. Contescu, Dr. l.orin R.-Professor of Geography. Easton, Mr. Robert-Instructor in Geography. Odell, Dr. Clarence-Cartography- Part-Time. Portenlanger, Mr. John-Geography Part-Time. Rathjen, lvlr. Randell-Assistant Professor of Geography. Left: Geography Department students and faculty get together for a geo- morphology field trip, to observe the lanclforrns of the Chicago area. R. Fran- cis Easton, Instructor in Geography, Lorin Contescu, Visiting Professor of GeOgI'aphy from Romania, Raymond Kozlik, Richard Asplund, Carolyn Leaky, and Connie Meitz, students. . .Y Y - ....-f . -- f-f--1'--H-w. ,, . .-,av P s-- - - - - fs ---- --T 'ff--'Wo' NOT SHOWN Barber Mr Charles Assistant Professor of History Cizmar Mrs Dorothy History Graduate Assistant Erickson Mrs Claire Lee History HISTURY DEPARTMENT Frederick Dr Duke Professor of History Harrison Dr S Lorenzo Associate Professor of History Sabin Dr ArthurJ Associate Professor of History Smith Mr P Craig Assistant Professor of Sochen Dr June Associate Professor of History Zegger Dr Robert History Department Chair man Associate Professor of History i .i il 1 H l N i i I i i. i l v ' ' 1 ' I Q! ' 'i -, . .- - if ' 1 M M- M , History. N . ' ' - .i ' . . ii ' ' . - . ' U H Qi iQ M 'i . ' . 1. 1 Graduate Assistant. Hammond, Dr. Carl-Professor of History. Harris, Dr. Rivkan-Associate Professor of History. MacDonald, Dr. John-Instructor in History. Morton, Dr. Joseph-Associate Profes- sor of History. Pinchouk, Mr. Allan-History Graduate Assistant. Saberman, Mrs. Anne-History Depart- ment Secretary. Tompkins, Dr. C. David-Associate Professor of History. Walker, Dr. Sue-Assistant Professor of History. 1 . I I i I a sz W , 171 2 LINGUISTICS DEPARTMENT Beaver, Dr. Joseph C.-Linguistics Department Chairman, Professor of Linguistics. Illwitzer, Dr. Robert-Assistant Profes- sor of English. Kochman, Dr. Thomas-Associate Professor of Linguistics. Richardson, Mr. Jack E.-Instructor in Linguistics. Seigel, Mr. Don M.-Assistant Professor of Linguistics. nail qpvlff NOT SHOWN Bugarski, Dr. Ranko-Professor of Linguistics. Ellison, Mrs. Emily-Instructor in Linguistics. Geissal, Mrs. Mary Ann-Instructor in Linguistics. Maher, Dr. John P.-Associate Professor of Linguistics. Mitchell, Mrs. Gloria-Linguistics Department Clerk Typist. Paratore, Dr. Angela-Professor of Linguistics. Reynolds, Dr. Audrey-Assistant Professor of Linguistics. Weidman, Miss Cathy-Linguistics Department Clerk Typist. 7 7 1 ,WA WW , , f f f M f MM f f MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Weiner, Dr. Louis-Mathematics Depart meht Chairman, Professor of Mathematics. Abt, Mrs. Esther R.-Instructor in Mathematics. Ansari, Mr. Abdus S.-Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Blair, Mrs. Margaret I.-Instructor in Mathematics. 'ETTDW W 74 Becker, Mr. Louis B.-Assistant Profes- sor of Mathematics. Boukidis, Mr. Nicholas A.-Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Czarnecki, Dr. Adam-Associate Pro- fessor of Mathematics. Flack, Mrs. Marion-Mathematics De- partment Secretary. Patricelli, Mr. Anthony-Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Tuzar, Dr. Jaroslav-Associate Profes- sor of Mathematics. ana! --mfg NOT SHOWN Cibulskis, Dr. John--Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Derin, Mr. AIbert-Mathematics-Part- Time. Feinstein, Mr. David-Mathematics- Part-Time. Greenstein, Dr. David-Professor of Mathematics. Hess, Mr. Joseph-Mathematics-Parb Time. Krichiver, Mrs. Donna--Mathematics Graduate Assistant. Michelson, Dr. lrving-Mathematics- Part-Time. Moran, Dr. Charles-Professor of Mathematics. Rappaport, Dr. David-Professor of Mathematics. Vollmar, Miss Naomi-Assistant Pro- fessor of Mathematics. MUSIC DEPARTMENT Anderson, Mr. Charles Allen-Assistant Professor of Music. Gangware, Dr. Edgar B.-Professor of Music. Harmon, Dr. Harold D.-Professor of Music. Jorgenson, Mr. Dwayne-Assistant Professor of Music. Mach, Dr. Elyse-Assistant Professor of Music. Nicosia, Miss Dolores J.-Associate Professor of Music. Resseger, Mr. Robert E.-Instructor in Music. -Y . . Y, X..-a..-,cs .f . ...f f A 4, . , Y -Qs. ,,..a,-....1:i, fiwn, NOT SHOWN Barnett, Miss Virginia-Instructor in Music. Berlinger, Dr. Harold-Professor of Music. Engler, Miss Helen-Music-Part-Time. Jaskierski, Miss Victoria-Music Faculty Assistant. Koval, Miss Sylvie-Instructor in Music. Lerner, Mrs. Kiyoko-Music-Part-Time. McGuckin, Mrs. Marie-Instructor in Music. Miller, Mrs. Virgene-Music-Part-Time. Oddo, Mr. Vincent-Instructor in Music. Pfautz, Mr. William-Music Faculty As- sistant. Schutt, Mr. William-Instructor in Music. Scott, Mrs. Maxyne-Instructor in Music. Wenzlaff, Dr. Richard-Professor of Music,,Music Department Chairman. L. PHILUSUPHY .W DEPARTMENT Chacon, Dr. Roger-Philosophy Department Chairman, Associate Professor of Philos- Ophy. Moorhead, Dr. Hugh S.-Associate Profes sor of Philosophy. Pizik, Dr. James-Assistant Professor of Philosophy. NOT SHOWN Bernstein, Miss Marsha G.-Philosophy Department Secretary. Katz, Dr. Marvin-Assistant Professor of Philosophy. Siegel, Miss Tema-Instructor in Philosophy . gif his o LIB RA1lli+i,, ly' -lomQnT of life 10 in gl' Oyt wlTh fha ,of kgt is Qld ood ana Qvil 'na soy ere I awww PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Dobbs, Dr. Frank W.-Physical Science Department Chairman, Professor of Chemistry. Bachrach, Dr. Joseph-Professor of Chemistry. Ball, lvlrs. Carol L.-Physical Science Secretary. Clarkson, Mr. Miller-Associate Professor of Physical Science. Czaplewski, lvlr. Louis-Technical Assistant for Physical Sciences. Doehler, Dr. Robert W.-Assistant Professor of Geology. Forslev, Dr. Albert-Professor of Earth Science. Gilbert, Dr. Robert l..-Assistant Professor of Physics. !""'-5, 'Gd' it ,ff A-if l iw mbfdf F me .aw F F-ww" 44' 'H if fiffxfzg ,Zi 1, ,effavifrv 4-'zlqjjv-4 ,CE QW? MWS2' feitgnylg Simi JH "k,,'l,fLg infu- if ul 1 44' .1 'J l N - , v. . . ' I 'K " 13" ' i l -I ,iw ' .3 . mx .1--F'-"9 -ef' Koch, Mr. Richard-Instructor in Physi- cal Science. Mason, Dr. Donald F.-Professor of Chemistry. Nissim-Sabat, Dr. Charles-Assistant Professor of Physics. Poskozim, Dr. Paul S.-Assistant Pro- fessor of Chemistry. Qutub, Dr. lvlusa-Assistant Professor of Physical Science. NOT SHOWN Kagami, Mr. William-Earth Science- Part-Time. Karpeck, Mr. John-Physical Science- Part-Time. Lang, Dr. William-Physical Science- Part-Time. Murray, Mr. l-lowarcl-Instructor in Chemistry. Stehman, Mr. Robert-Assistant Profes sor of Physical Science. Svoboda, lvlr. Wayne-Instructor in Chemistry. Sweig, Dr. Mitchell-Assistant Profes- sor of Physics. Y , ,-- . .,,...,,L-Mfg:-ff:--a'2--'-re'-i"" " W' 'W fm' W A' Y V J., H11 - ..,,- -, ,,,i,.-1-if-if PULITICAL SCIENCE -ECUNUMICS DEPARTMENT Frederick, Dr. Eclris-Political Science- Economics Department Chairman, Associate Professor of Political Science. Farr, Dr. Thomas S.-Professor of Political Science. Firoozi, Dr. Ferycloon-Assistant Professor of Economics. Gilpatrick, Mr. C. Eclvvarcl-Assistant Professor of Political Science. 1 'gear' -lun- 'Tb Husain, Dr. Asad--Assistant Professor of Political Science. Kokoris, Dr. James A,-Associate Professor of Economics. Sidnu, Mrs. Nancy-Assistant Profes- sor of Econornics. Welty, Dr. Paul S.-Professor of Political Science. Varopnas, Mr. Kusol-Assistant Pro- fessor of Political Science. l wp.. Kx NOT SHOWN Castelnuovo, Dr. Shirley-Assistant W ,Y Ll Professor of Political Science. N N1-Q, Goldwater, Miss Rochelle--Political l i Science-Econornics Graduate As- X N X sistant. Q Lawson, Mr. Fred-Instructor in Politi- A cal Science. i Paynter, Dr. David--Instructor in Political Science. l ,X Shapiro, Roberta Sue-Political Science P- --Part-Time. Sidhi, lVIr. Victor-Political Science- Part-Time. Part-Time. Yessne, Mr. Peter-Instructor in Politi- cal Science. Standish, Mr. Bruce--Political Science- :A fl ri if 5 2' 5 , .1 AQZSQW 2. Q 4, fFNf 'figs' ,, mfs E... 'rx Y-maze: .. .W fri" .. txt?-. PSYCHULUGY DEPARTMENT Khan, Dr. Rafi-Psychology Department Chairman, Professor of Psychology. Aronov, Dr. Bernard lvl.-Professor of Psychology. Dufour, Dr. Victor l..-Assistant Professor of Psychology. Ellis, Dr. Ruth-Associate Professor of Psychology. Glick, Dr. Norman-Psychology -Part- Time. Gordon, Mr. Arnolcl-Assistant Profes- sor of Psychology. Kabak, Mrs. Sheryl-Psychology- Part-Time-Faculty Assistant. Kirk, Dr. R. Bruce-Professor of Psychology. i isi l.oos, Dr. Frank-Professor of Psychol- ogy. Mann, Dr. John W.-Associate Profes- sor of Psychology, Anthropology, and Education. Nelson, Mrs. Helen E.-Psychology Department Secretary. Rosenthal, Dr. Vin-Associate Profes- sor of Psychology. Temkin, Mr. David-Associate Profes- sor of Psychology. NOT SHOWN Antelman, Mr. Seymour-Psychology- Part-Time. Buchman, Dr. Anna Marie-Assistant Professor of Psychology. Cardone, Dr. Samuel-Psychology- Part-Time. Condon, Dr. Marie-Assistant Professor of Psychology. Cox, Mr. Richard-Psychology-Part Time. Demlo, Mr. Norman-Psychology-Part Time. Demsch, Dr. Berthold-Psychology- Part-Time. Jones, Miss Cheryl-Psychology Faculty Assistant. Kurtz, Dr. Ernest-Associate Professor of Psychology. Kuzuhara, Mr. Daniel-Assistant Professor of Psychology. Makhdurn, Dr. M. Ajmal-Professor of Psychology. Martindale, Dr. James-Associate Pro- fessor of Psychology. McConville, Dr. Maureen-Assistant Professor of Psychology. McFarland, Dr. Robert-Professor of Psychology. Perlman, Drf Melvin-Psychology- Part-Time. Pizza, Mr. William-Instructor in Psychology. Robertson, Dr. Richard-Associate Professor of Psychology. Posenfelcl, Mrs. Abby-Instructor in Psychology, Sac hs, Mr. Herbert -Psychology -Part- Turns-, Schwartz, Mrs, Rhoda June-Psychol- ofiy Department Clerk Typist. Serniloff, Miss Holly- -Psychology Faculty Assistant. Sher Jarman, Dr. Christy--Professor of lf'-,ff.l'iolofg,1. Snfff-riffy, lflr. Noll- Psychology --Part- lirriff. llifffirihffryg, lllrs. Dorolhr: -Instructor in l"-.1f.hf,luf5f, teh'- .. SUCIULUGY DEPARTMENT Silverstein, Dr. Sanford--Associate Professor of Sociology. NOT SHOWN Gardner, Mr. Joseph-Sociology-Part Time. Glick, Mr. Ronald-Assistant Professor of Sociology. Gomberg, Mrs. Alice-Sociology- Geography Departments Secretary. Griggs, Mr. James C.-Sociology-Part Time. McCall, Dr. Bevode-Sociology Depart- ment Chairman, Professor of Sociology. Rojecki, Mr. Andrew-Sociology -Part- Time. Rognas, Mrs. Marion-Assistant Pro- fessor of Sociology. Saunders, Mr. Warner-Sociology- Part-Time. Schwartz, Miss Mary Ann-Instructor in Sociology. Stern, Dr. Daniel-Associate Professor of Sociology. Uliassi, Dr. Edward C.-Assistant Professor of Sociology. Vast-Binder, Mr. John-Sociology-- Part-Time. if 4 it -. NOT SHOWN Foster, Miss George M.-Assistant Professor of Speech. Haghighi, Mrs. Maureen-Instructor in Speech. Jordan, Mr. David-Assistant Professor of Speech. Mages, Mrs. Libby-Assistant Professor of Speech. Nathan, Miss Caryn-Speech Graduate Assistant. Pugh, Mr. Daniel-Speech Faculty Assistant. Redd, Mr. Durward-Assistant Profes- sor of Speech. Richardson, Nancy-Speech Graduate Assistant. Tantillo, Mr. Donald J.-Speech Gradu- ate Assistant. Unumb, Mr. David-Assistant Professor of Speech. Waisman, Mrs. Charlotte-Instructor in Speech. Yordan, Miss Judy-Speech Faculty Assistant. :. .f' " ju ss, .fear 193755123 '--:Y if -qjfsfif-"J:--5 'ii ' f - f - - 'ri' ' A - - V, 9 .3 -, , -f, 9: ,. ,--,-' ray,-. s,.'x1,Q?g' " ,vw Q Q, ff, 0 fag sg, Q N . rv N, , ,th , 4- dwg - 4 ,Qc f ,g a ,M 5 W gs, , 0, , N 2 X. fam, '-f ' " WY- -Wi-2, ,' 5,a'f.W V . ' - ' ' Nw f , vs ,tg X ' Xe: E ' 5, 47? Riffs, K fi if - :fs . ri., ff ' -WY' ' , ii, , t . , ,Q mg W ff!""i 3- I X f s v A x fy h ij, ly, V:- K , , , .jfn fv i A ef 5 1 ' M ' so fy X , 2 E -. f .- .- f .. SPEECH DEPARTMENT Barushok, Dr. James-Associate Pro- fessor of Speech. Edelheit, Mrs. Gertrude-Speech De- partment Secretary. Faires, Dr. Dena M.-Professor of Speech. Hesler, Mr. Richard-Assistant Professor of Speech. Stewart, Mr. William R.-Assistant Professor of Speech, Speech Cor- rectionist. Walker, Dr. Robert J.-Associate Pro- fessor of Speech. 'JN ,919 5 Q N04 CULLEGE 0F EIJUCATIUN EARLY CHILDHUDIJ EIJUBATIUN Burger, Mrs. Mary Louise-Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education. Georgiou, Mrs. Peri P.-Early Childhood Educa- tion Department Chairman, Assistant Pro- fessor of Early Childhood Education. Isaac, Dr. Margrethe G.-Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education. Krueger, Mrs. Marcella--Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education. Murphy, Mrs. Helen M.-Instructor in Early Childhood Education CPart-timel. Ware, Mrs. Gussie M.-Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education. Witzman, Mrs. Audrey--Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education. ' ' E?'R"!i'7" ' "'T""' iw' A NOT SHOWN W! Connelly, Miss Beatrice-Student Teacher Supervisor. Edwards, Mrs. Margaret-Student Teacher Supervisor. Gamm, Mrs. Esther-Early Childhood Education- Part-Time. Gorman, Miss Elizabeth-Early Childhood Education- Part-Time. l-lilfman, Mrs. Tillie-Instructor in Early Childhood Educa- tion. Maltese, Miss Sybil-Early Childhood Education--Part-Time. O'Keefe, Miss Geraldine-Early Childhood Education- Part-Time. Sweet, Mrs. Alice-Early Childhood Education-Part-Time. Venn, Miss Bernadine-Early Childhood Education-Part , ...Q ' Time. -I Waldorf, Viola-Early Childhood Education-Part-Time. Wells, Dr. Catherine-Early Childhood Education--Part- Time. I 'il "il 'llllll ll 'ug F -lil' K... EIJUCATIUNAL FUUNDATIUNS Brewer, Mr. Richard l-l.-Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations. Glockner, Mrs. Valentine-Educational Founda- tions Department Chairman, Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations. Kingman, Mrs. Melva-Instructor in Educa- tional Foundations-Part-Time. Vogel, Mr. Mitchell-Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations, Acting Chairman of Educational Foundations. NOT SHOWN Bock, Dr. Daniel-Associate Professor of Educational Foundations. Doherty, Miss Mary Lou-Educational Foun- dations-Part-Time. Olson, Mr. Jerry Brooks-Instructor in Educational Foundations. Vernon, Mr. Roger-Educational Foundations- Part-Time. Willerman, Dr. Marvin-Associate Professor of Educational Foundations. ELEMENTARY EIJUCATIUN Austrheim, Miss Bernice-Elementary Educa- tion Department Chairman, Associate Professor of Elementary Education. Etten, Dr. John F.-Professor of Elementary Education. Framke, Mr. Richard-Instructor in Elementary Education-Part-Time. 5 185 2? NOT SHOWN Berloerich, Mr. Charles-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Brayton, Mrs. Elizabeth-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Caspari, Miss Bonnie-Elementary Edu- cation-Part-Time. Cavanaugh, Mr. Edmund-Assistant Professor of Elementary Education. Draine, Mrs. Clara-Elementary Educa- tion-Part-Time. Ford, Mr. Easmon Jon-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Gerlick, Mr. Raymond-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Greene, Mrs. Ethel-Assistant Profes- sor of Elementary Education. Grogan, Dr. M. l.ucille-Associate Professor of Elementary Education. Heaney, Mrs. Constance-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Herr, Mr. Ross-Elementary Education -Part-Time. Holtz, Miss Opal-Elementary Education --Part-Time. Hunter, Mrs. Bernice-Elementary Edu- cation-Part-Time. Kandelman, Raymond-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Keating, Mr. Thomas-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Kolesnik, Mr. Theodore-Elementary Education-Part-Time. l.aub, Mrs. Beatrice-Elementary Education-Part-Time. l..azovv, Dr. Alfred-Associate Professor of Elementary Education. Leaverton, Mr. Lloyd-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Lembesis, Dr. Anne-Associate Pro- fessor of Elementary Education. l.indman, Dr. Margaret-Associate Professor of Elementary Education. Malina, Mr. Bernard-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Marcoux, Mr. John-Elementary Educa- tion-Part-Time. McNamara, Mrs. Mary-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Meehan, Mr. Thomas-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Metaxas, Mrs. Evangeline-Elementary Education -Part-Time. Moore, Mrs. Aileen-Tutorial Program Supervisor: Reading. Naudzius, Mr. Donald-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Nelson, Miss Sigrid-Elementary Education 4Part-Time. Osterrnan, Mr. MarvinvElementary Education'Part-Time. Paden, Mrs. Betty Jean--Assistant Professor of Elementary Education. Petersen, Mr. Thomas-Elementary Education--Part-Time. '5t':lVlf:V, Miss Janet-Elementary Education---Part-Time. Vincent., Mr. Stuart---Elementary Edu- cation Part-Time. O'DonneIl, Mr. John P.-Assistant Professor of Elementary Education. O'Donnell, Mrs. l.illian-Elementary Education Department Secretary. Rader, Mr. William-Assistant Profes- sor of Elementary Education. Rothbardt, Mrs. Marlene-Instructor in Elementary Education. Setze, Dr. Leonard-Professor of Elementary Education. Stevens, Dr. Humphrey K.-Professor of Elementary Education. NOT SHOWN Continued Vogel, Dr. Francis-Assistant Professor of Elementary Education. Wallace, Margaret-Elementary Educa- tion-Part-Time. Woytyla, Mr. Henry-Elementary Education-Part-Time. Zansitis, Mr. Peter-Elementary Educa- tion-Part-Time. UPN c , x "Y 5. gg -X ' x - aux 40: R . 2306, I GUIDANCE AND CUUNSELUR EDUCATIUN ' v . 4 ,g . -' T fy, 'K X v A I , , 142' C r ' ' l A. v' Lf' 0:1 X Bowers, Dr. Mary-Guidance and Counselor Education Department Chairman, Professor of Guidance and Counselor Education. Langley, Dr. Elizabeth-Associate Pro- fessor of Guidance and Counselor Education. NOT SHOWN Cavins, Dr. David-Guidance and Counselor Education-Part-Time. Genrman, Dr. Joseph-Guidance and Counselor Education-Part-Time. Giles, Mr. Charles-Assistant Professor of Guidance and Counselor Education. Ivey, Miss Anne-Guidance and Coun- selor Education-Part-Time. Rosenfeld, Mrs. Sarah-Guidance and Counselor Education Department Sec- retary. 8 INNER CITY STUDIES Arnez, Dr. Nancy I..--Director, Center for Inner City Studies, Professor of Inner City Studies Education. Bailey, Mr. Donn F.-Assistant Profes- sor of Inner City Studies Education. Sithole, Mr. Elkin M.-Instructor in Inner City Studies Education. I 4 Y . NOT SHOWN Bonaparte, Joyce E.-Inner City Studies Clerk Typist. Bundy, Mrs. K.-Inner City Studies Secretary. Carruthers, Dr. Jacob I-I.-Associate Professor of Inner City Studies. I-Iarris, Mrs. Adrienne-Inner City Studies Education Program Administrative Assistant. Howell, Mr. Charles I..-Security-Inner City Studies. Jenkins, Mrs. P.-Graduate Assistant. Johnson, Dr. Kenneth-Inner City Studies IPart-timey. Jones, Mr. Lonnie-Assistant Librarian-Center for Inner City Studies, Instructor in Library Science. Jones, Mrs. Ramona C.-Inner City Studies IPart-timeb. Jordon, Mrs. Fern-Inner City Studies Secretary. I.atimore, Mrs. Gloria J.4Inner City Studies Education Program Administrative Assistant. Martin, Mr. Lorenzo-Inner City Studies fPart-timey. Miller, Mrs. Ella I.ee4CIerk-Typist. Nrfsbilt, Mr. Joseph Pe-Center for Inner City Studies Iflessenxger, Ne-ferdon, Miss Barbarae-Instructor in Inner City Studies Edunatiflri. Pasteur, rAr, Albffrtfmlnner City Studies Education fPart-timej. Pentecoste, Mr. Joseph-Inner City Studies Education IPart- timej. Porter, Rev. John-Inner City Studies Education IF-'art-timey. Rodgers, Mr. Harold-Inner City Studies Education IPart-timel. Salmeron, Mr. Rudolph-Inner City Studies Education IPart- timeb. Sherard, Mrs. C.-Faculty Assistant QPart-timeb. Sims, Mrs. Patricia Ann-Clerk-Typist. Sizemore, Mrs. Barbara-Inner City Studies Education IPart- timej. Smith, Dr. Calvert-Assistant Professor of Inner City Studies Education. Smith, Mrs. Shirley A.-Clerk-Typist. Smith, Mr. William-Instructor in Inner City Studies Education. Stanford, Mrs. E.-Co-Director of Follow-Thru. Stone, Mrs. Sonja-Inner City Studies Education Department Chairman, Instructor in Inner City Studies Education. Tate Mrs. Catherine I..-Clerk-Typist. Thompson, Mr. Anderson--Inner City Studies Education KPart- timej. Tillman, Mrs. Carolyn-Clerk-Typist. Tucker, Mrs. Elise-Instructor in Inner City Studies Education. Webb, Mr. Thomas-Inner City Studies Education CPart-timej. Wood, Mrs. B.-Director of Co-Plus Program. II fi fl If I I I I I I II II I II I I I I II I Il ,. I I .I ai I ,I I I II I I I I I I I ' "5-ifvgi I I I IQ I I I I I 'if' f'J LIBRARY SCIENCE Aber, Miss Jeanne M.-Assistant Director of Libraries, Assistant Pro- fessor of Library Science. Avdich, Mr. Kami! Y.-Librarian COrcler Departmentj, Assistant Professor of Library Science. Black, Mrs. Sophie-Librarian CCurri- culum Materials Centerj, Assistant Professor of Library Science. Buurstra, Miss Annette--Assistant Professor of Library Science. Jen, Mr. Albert-Cataloguer, Assistant Professor of Library Science. Lee, Mrs. Karen S.-Librarian COrder Departrnentl, Instructor in Library Science. P VIII'- Y gill s:-?r?1 V li Z' WO Levin, Miss Marian-Assistant Profes- sor of Library Science. McGregor, Mr. James-Cataloguer, lnstructor in Library Science. Mistaras, Miss Evangeline-Librarian CPerioclicalsJ, Assistant Professor of Library Science. Otte, Mrs. Maxine-Cataloguer, Assis- tant Professor of Library Science. Trenery, Mr. Frank-Instructor in Library Science. White, Mrs. Dorothy--Librarian fRefer- encej, Instructor in Library Science. " ' -'an -vu.-, ',f'f.- :.. , x ,A-5. ,ll NOT SHOWN Aksaranugraha, Mrs. Suphatra-Library Science Faculty Assistant. Campbell, Mr. Richard-Library Science Faculty Assistant. Laundry, Mrs. Marion-Library Science -Part-Time. Melnyk, Mr. Andrew-Library Science Faculty Assistant. Porten, Helen Anna-Library Science- Part-Time. Robinson, Mrs. Dorothy-Instructor in Library Science. Starr, Mrs. Vivian-Library Clerk. Swickhard, Mrs. Jeanette-Library Science-Part-Time. Taylor, Mr. Richard-Library Science- Part-Time. 1 i .0-n:.:A,:W.L1:,1q"L:.,..--Q' J: .r 4 I. VJ :qt'ilfq-""'-:.,.u"'..,,'.u 'J' -. ' .' rv '-W'l""....x-" -1 "QQ" ..- 1. .A ,un ,. lb l,Q1:vc'5,.,L.g-4 ,.nvl'1. - . ...H .4 L. ' ,,..-"f -1- l .. A .Avi rx K.: in-,,..'.q-'l1'!.q .-....4'-'nv I L bla ,W yi! Ls--"'l .nl"',.v" ,.n n 5 ,- .,,-Q ,.-1, .- , nxt- ,gm-1 .n ' .1'1'-,.o- A .zz .l, ..---L... .. . i. bA.w!.w.7..---- .... fs-'-..u-'.. l PHYSICAL EDUCATIUN Besttock, lvlrs. Victoria-Instructor in Physical Education. Butler, Mr. Gerald-Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Ehrlich, Mrs. Bettye-Physical Educa- tion Department Lecturer in Dance. Faloona, Mr. Ronald-Instructor in Physical Education. Graves, Dr. ldella-Associate Professor of Physical Education. Hale, Mr. Robert H.-Instructor in Physical Education. Kane, Mr. Charles G.-Athletic Director, Associate Professor of Physical Education. Luneckas, Mr. Mykolas-Gym Facilities Supervisor. 2 Meyer, Miss Betty Anne-Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Mueller, Mr. Edward-Physical Education Department Chairman, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Petty, Mrs. Dolores l..-Physical Education Associate Chairman, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Prueske, Dr. Eleonor--Associate Professor of Physical Education. Przytula, Miss Irene A.-Women's Locker Room Attendant. Toppel, Mrs. Lillian-Physical Education Department Secretary. Waechter, Dr. John-Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Ziagos, Mr. Gus-Director of Health, Recreation and Physical Education. NOT SHOWN DeMano, Mrs. Julie-Instructor in Physical Education. Devincent, Mr. Douglas A.-Physical Education CPart-timej. l.evun, Mrs. Esther-Accounting Clerk of Physical Education. Pawchuck, Mr. Basilius-Men's Locker Room Attendant. Smilgoff, Mr. James-Physical Education CPart-timej. lux! l .1 41 4' 11 1 ' lf -. 3 vi "L U -.1 YI' .51 A7 I ' if A' 5' 9' 4- .giiw Ulu! G fu: :ga-I 1' 1 I l I V I A -Y Vf has '+f !:""z'Z ' ff f f 'f fvllf ,ff vw, ,Z X iff, .K ' ,5- 7 X, . X f ! f , 'ff Apfffryf f Q 2 Z av" li l mv 5' fi if SECONDARY EDUCATION Abell, Mr. Bertram-Assistant Profes sor of Secondary Education. Guysenir, Dr. Maurice G.-Secondary Education Department Chairman, Professor of Secondary Education and Social Science. Pomerantz, Mrs. Evelyn-Secondary Education Department Secretary. Poster, Mr. John B.-Assistant Profes sor of Secondary Education. Ryan, Miss Mary Ellen-Assistant Professor of Secondary Education. NOT SHOWN Alexander, Dr. Henry-Secondary Edu cation-Part-Time. Berg, Mr. Roger-Secondary Education- Part-Time. Black, Mrs. Mary-Secondary Educa- tion-Part-Time. Byrne, Mrs. Nancy-Secondary Educa- tion-Part-Time. Caponigri, Mr. Rocco-Secondary Education-Part-Time. Ellenwood, Mr. Stephan-Secondary Education-Part-Time. Gearson, Mr. John-Secondary Educa- tion-Part-Time. Nicholson, Mr. Alan-Secondary Education-Part-Time. Schulz, Mr. Charles-Secondary Education-Part-Time. ff' IUW ,xi NHL, 'HJDVW " 1 sr 'sf' 2 ok X 1 E f' A' . ' 5' if i s ' x H , . if g . ' W V I F. an ' ' V si Y 3 ' A PM ,M . T , . ' 1 E xl 72 'E ,, - ., ,leg I irm -.A 0 i i ',.1 ,V ,, . ,X ,. -,-:L , ,, , ,, ii .- .Mr .J - ,Q H 9 - "f " E ' .nn-.. 4 l ' 7? T ' ' Wvh, YYY, vw W MW M ,, ,H ,,,,,,,,, ,.,-.,...,,,,..s..,..,,.,,,-.,,.,. SPECIAL l EIJUCATIUN Bell, Mrs, Mary Anne-Assistant Pro- fessor of Special Education. Bernstein, Dr. Dorothy-Associate Professor of Special Education. ltkin, Dr. William-Special Education Department Cnairrnan, Professor of Psychology. Jacobson, Mrs. Anitaglnstructor in Special Education, Karlin, Mr. Bernard-Special Education- Part-Tirne. Kooyurnjuan, Dr. Mary l..-Assistant Professor of Special Education. , , ,-. ........-..-....L..i....,,,., 1911 ififive ff ?ln S3 Steigman, Dr. Martin J.-Assistant Professor of Special Education. Thompson, Dr. Glen R.-Associate Professor of Special Education. Vittenson, Dr. Lillian-Professor of Special Education. Widen, Dr. Irwin-Professor of Special Education. NOT SHOWN Ashlock, Dr. Patricia-Assistant Profes- sor of Special Education. Bruno, Mrs. l-lilda-Special Education- Part-Time. Childs, Mrs. Yvonne-Special Education -Part-Time. Evans, Mrs. Mary Rose-Special Education-Part-Time. Gillet, Pamela-Special Education- Part-Tirne. Grossman, Dr. I-lerbert-Special Educa- tion-Part-Time. Jacobs, Mrs. Elaine-Special Education Department Secretary. Klevs, Mrs. Della-Special Education- Part-Tirne. McDonald, Dr. Thonnas-Special Edu- cation-Part-Time. Novak, Dr. Daniel-Special Education -Part-Time. Ortinau, Mrs. M.-Special Education- Part-Tirne. Richards, Dr. Eugene-Special Educa- tion-Part-Tirne. Saporta, Dr. Jack-Special Education- Part-Tirne. Schnute, Dr. William-Special Educa- tion-Part-Time. Stevenson, Mrs. Lillian-Special Education-Part-Time. Wells, Mrs. Iva Elaine-Special Educa- tion-Part-Time. . - T 1 4 'Nj 'V "'-'E 1 ' "E"f V "W AV K ,-- V.: --. V S -n ,- ,, E . , H.. .. I I. , A ' , i i I Q' 3 4 Q 1 i 1 " 2 X A 5 f f A 2 C2 1 . K 1 Q 1 5 3 i 1 ig ' i 2 1 1 ' W1 5 l N ' 1 i Z , . E i 15 1 Q f E 3 i Y 3 I X ' -1 i 'A 1 I i 5 . T5-Lf Q., ,i 6 ,525 V i ,-M 'd t f Administrative Affairs, Dr. Harold Mohamed, Assistant Vice-President for Adminis- Dr. William H. Lienemann, Vice-Pres: en or trative Affairs, and Dr. Jerome M. Sachs, President. Dr. Jerome Sachs, President, Dr. William I.. Howenstine, Dean of Students. f fy ' f 'A fx Lil" " i V 1 i Vw N' i N Wi . , VN -' f,i,.. ,-sg ' .14 'Q ,.,.,LepL', ' 5: LLM., Mrs. Berniece Zimmerman, Dean of Women 1.wa.-.,-- IJR. IERUME M. SACHS PRESIDENT Dr. Sach's career has been one of a wide range of experiences. Prior to his coming to Northeastern in 1961, he was Visiting Professor at the University Of California at Berkeley, he had served as lieutenant in the United States Navy, and had been on the executive boards of numerous educational committees. Qne of the most unusual experiences faced by Dr. Sachs was the participation in the Mombasa Mathematics Workshop which took place at Nyali Beach in Kenya in 1965. Covering an eight week period, the workshop was for the purpose of writing mathematics for African schools and colleges. I One of Dr. Sach's primary interests has been in the difficulties of urban living. This concern is reflected in his desire for Northeastern to be a college of the city, rather then merely one in the city. Aiming towards the fulfillment of this goal, Dr. Sachs feels that Northeastern should have a deep commitment to solving urban problems. l-lis own participation in civic and open housing organizations shows the extent of his involvement and the sincerity of his goals. Seeing Northeastern as a college in which educational innovation should be fostered, Dr. Sachs wel- comes the experimental attitudes of the faculty and students on this campus towards education. President Sachs believes that educating a person means aiding him "to become a good and useful human being-good and useful in the realization of potential in the dual interest of society and self. There is in this statement, the implicit assumption that to realize potential a person must have some understanding of human beings, himself included. l-low does one achieve any such understanding except through knowing the remarkable creativity and seemingly infinite ingenuity of the human mind? It seems to me inevitable that with a real understanding of human potential must come respect for others and for self as consequences of the 'liberating' influences of a liberal education." 1' ngym Vg 5 ' ki? BUARD UF GUVERNURS AND PRESIDENTS UF ,I Q 1 5 " 4 5 5 Qrtl' 5 2353 wg Q A y tif, is 9 fig 3 Q, Q 5 3 332 f gift ii STATE BULLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .., gf T , i l - is 1,2 fi ,Z if fi .Q , lx .. 3 ,,, ff lkfiagig Qin i 1 l 1 i K i l 193 Er: ' 2 5' j ', -1 guy., , iff.-'yi ' ..,, .4 .,.f5,fV.,3: I .nn z.,,f 1 ff. 5 W 34 5 'E if . Q ,vn- 44? 5 S nj 1-if s X ' ROW 1: Mr. Howard V. Phalin, Board Member, Mr. Louis Schuette, Board Member, Mrs. Marion Lamet, Board Member, Mr. R. A. Shoes, Jr., Board Member. ROW 2: Mr. Murray H. Finely, Board Member, Dr. Cecil M. Shaw, Assistant Superintendent Teacher Certification and Higher Education, Mr. William W. Allen, Board Member, Mr. Charles A, Davis, Board Member, Mr. E. l eland vlebber, Board Member. in xx A .... ,K ,.,,.,,, ',-4N---- if ---, --P Z3 i X ' 'Q 'syfzf 4 sf ' A f is 3 , 2 f 3 5 ff? ., ki, Dr. Frederick H. McKeIvey, Executive Officer, Dr. William E. Engbretson, President of Governors State University, Dr. Jerome M. Sachs, President of Northeastern Illinois State College, Dr. John T. Bernhard, President of Western Illinois University, Dr. Quincy Doudna, President of Eastern Illinois University, Dr. Milton B. Byrd, President of Chicago State College. Dr. Frederick H. McKelvey addresses the Board of Governors meeting, held in the Little Theatre on April 18, 1970. ,ln ' fl , . ,Y sg , A, v 5 . 'ill , 3 cf sg- .v ff Dr. Robert J. Goldberg-Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty, Professor of Biological Science. Dr. William H. Lienemann-Vice-Presb dent for Administrative Affairs, Associate Professor of Education. Dr. I-larold Mohamed--Assistant Vice- President for Administrative Affairs, Associate Professor of Urban and Transportation Geography. Dr. Richard O. Poorman-Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Professor of Education. Mrs. Frances R. Duffie-Administrative Assistant-information Center, Instructor in Education. Mr. Gerald Cannon-Director of Public Information, Executive Assistant. 4 if-+f"'r s l ,, .4 V is yn-M., Dr. Vincent F. Malek-Dean of Graduate College, Professor of Music. Dr-. Paul F. Quinn-Associate Dean of Graduate College, Professor of Guidance and Counselor Education. Dr. Randolph H. Hudson-Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, Professor of English. Dr. Eldridge E. Scales-Dean of College of Education Professor of Education. Dr. William L.. Howenstine-Dean of Students, Professor of Social Science. 2 Dr. Griff D. Pitts-Associate Dean of Students, Assistant Professor of Guidance and Coun- selor Education. Mrs. Berniece Zimmerman-Dean of Women, Assistant Professor of Education. Mr. Raoul R. l-laas-Director of Admissions, Associate Professor of Education. Mrs. Barbara A. Cook-Registrar, Assistant Professor of Education. Dr. Nancy l.. Arnez-Director of Center for Inner City Studies, Professor of Inner City Studies Education. Mrs. Rose C. Eirandzel-Director of College and Community Services, Associate Pro- fessor of Sociology. Mr. Vernon R. Braun-Director of Continuing Education and Extension, Assistant Professor of Education. Mr. Gus Ziagos-Director of l-lealtn, Physical Education and Recreation, Associate Pro- fessor of Physical Education. X l 5 ' 475 fw 'ww MW ,, Q f 2 .. , , 25 fgffj' ' 4' 'N -no 0 O 0 0 0 ra 0. 9 5 js VMV WWY' . 1 xx S Mr. Clifford E. l-larralson-Director of Com- muter Center. Dr. Charles l-l. Stamps-Director of Learning Services, Professor of Speech. Dr. Michael Belica-Assistant Director of Learning Services, Associate Professor of Learning Services. Mr. Seymour Schneider-Director of the Library, Assistant Professor of Library Science. Miss Jeanne M. Aber-Assistant Director of the Library, Assistant Professor of Library Science. Mrs. Valerie Z. Gallagher-Director of Student Placement, Assistant Professor of Biological Science. Mr. George P. Grimes, Jr.-Director of Student Teaching, Assistant Professor of Elementary Education. Miss Dorothy McCreery-Coordinator of Guidance and Counseling, Assistant Pro- fessor of Guidance and Counseling. .L . M W, 1, ff J ff f ki f X M , 2 ,i f , if f . X0 Z fxi' f '.,' f exft? Q if ff K X2 XX ,ff , K If I 203 4 i l l l ... . . ,-.V.V-- V ., .-Q.-. V---:,-- . H-'--.-N . ,.,A,hx.,.,.. ,,..5 A F Mi., ,,,V..,.,,,,., .V , ,,f,...,, ,R .Q RM, 1-,-.rf.g,VV..,.,,,-,J X 1 . 4,5 . . Q Ca- ,1'g,-5.3.3.-,f,.j -V ---.7-:-V -1- . :.-.--.-, .....--.-',-ef- .------V- ..- , ., ,,, , .. Q... . .,- ,.- - -. V .V -V . Aa.. fl-, - .,- -. . -, .' f,-,' ,. , -,' 11. .-.F, 4.-J.-.. .,1y4,..,V41.-. 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' -17, My 'fi 1' .i ,gl Y, ,. 1, ,V , !-, , H If fl, 'mfg ! .!,l 9 , A ,.', I 5 WI, H, f ,V 'V L, ' 1 - VV 'V V ' 4- fr ,,. f L, 1,4 Z' , ,f ', ' , , ,,, -V I V I If V bn 'V I . 4 ,p.l,,4,y 4 ,f ,s , Q'g'W".,,9"-IGWOM'7ff',L1' ' ,V , V, I - - " 1 1 - ff ",,g.!iV,S M7 --,V',i"-"!'t'gVV'L- .wif 1,-'f.,"Vi C' V if -V" 4' . -'44 f 'Z if ' V iif-f?'.f,V,-VW 9 fI.'-'-fVf 15:19 if f' .'f'f'Y 11-593 , ,V ,. - , if , , . ' .. ,gg , V 1 14' ,-',',V,- ,:,,,,V -w -,.l,'C-, - ' , , V , ,VV ,ie ', Vf ' .'?'f'i"d1'f -V96f?1443'f'ff 5"ff-'V'--V-V, -f rf- -v ' ja 1 f ' , .. V ,f .V . l ' --'ff' .J-J M' f""f1i- figrf: fffff' - ' W W V' V 2011 , V- Vi gf .V ,S r j? R':Q,,Mq i M, s wi? . V. 5 A 3 E. 1. at ' as - ki, --V' fi K t V X: i an-X ' B tr' ,VV-,.,. 9 F 1 ' vas' .V .Vg 4-V-' Mr. William Speller-Counselor, Guid- ance and Counseling Center, ln- structor in Guidance and Counseling. Miss Marion Etten, R.N.-Co-ordinator of Health Services, Instructor in Health Education. Mr. William B. Spetch-Business Manager. Mrs. Nettie I. Astrin-Assistant Business Manager. Mr. Ronald Wendell-Director of Financial Aids. Mr. Norman Mittman-Director of Computer Services, Assistant Pro- fessor of Mathematics. -wiv'-P il ll -s Ji I: l I l 'Vi l l I i V I 1 I 'Vi fi li I l l I l , , 1, l I, l 4, l. l 1 l, . fnnvwm if Y Mr. Melvin Skvarla-Campus Planning Officer. Mr. Stuart A. Kaufman-Purchasing Agent. Mr. Francis J. George-Superintendent of Building and Grounds. I.t. Francis Flood-Supervisor of Se- curity and Parking. Mrs. Helen Straz-Food Service Administrator. Miss Barbara Benrendt-Counselor, Guidance and Counseling Center, Assistant Professor of Guidance and Counseling. Mr. Walter Bobkiewicz-Counselor, Guidance and Counseling Center, Instructor in Guidance and Counsel- ing. Mrs. Donna Raymer-Counselor, Guidance and Counseling Center, Associate Professor of Guidance and Counseling. NOT SHOWN Mrs. Anne E. McNeil-Administrative Assistant to the President. Mr. Eric B. Moch-Assistant Director of Admissions. Mr. Irwin Glicken-Assistant Registrar. Mr. William P. Moore-Director of Program Development. Mr. Kenneth l.. Ward-Director of Non- Academic Personnel. XWXWKQM kj n H W4-,,-r """' 'A'-SQ ,,.-ff ,,,.- . ln lrlr Above: Mr. Alan Bernett, Gloria Shivers lStuc1ent Aiclep, Mr. Bruce Bullis, Mrs. Karen Gallivan, Mr. Robert Prescott, Mrs, Rose Creinid. Allegrezza, Mr. Randy C.-Information Center Clerk. Allen, Mrs. Lucille-Cnlef Clerk of the Graduate College. xg W, is W Q ff! ' Beese, Mrs. Jane E.-Financial Aid Advisor. Blais, Mrs. Viola-Secretary to President Sachs. Brown, Mrs. Marilyn-Library Clerk Typist. Chatham, Mrs. Marliss-Secretary to Mrs. Zimmerman. Cooperman, Mrs. Rosalyn-Health Service Secretary. Elliott, Mr. Roger-Personnel Officer. Epstien, Mrs. Shirley-Coordinator of Class Schedules, Administrative Clerk. Fagerholm, Miss Barbara-Assistant Examiner. ,f" 208 9 ., . X V... V 1 , "' f " , . My .f Finley, Mr. Edward J.-Draftsman Campus Planning. Gold, Mrs. Hilda-Payroll Clerk. Gordon, Mrs. Barbara-Secretary to Dr. l-lovvenstine. l-landvverger, Miss Nancy-Records Office. l-lanranan, Mrs. Marion-Switchboard Operator. Heinkel, Mr. l-larold-Accountant. Heller, Mrs. Fraydell-Records Office Clerk-Typist. Hirsch, Mrs. Diane-Secretary to Vice- President Goldberg. El' i 5 I!! Y? 'Agn iii, +10 1 tiara QQ X X! VN-if WWQYUIQQX 'W W4-A Kamm, Mrs. lcla B.-Admissions Office Clerk-Typist. Kaplan, Miss Lotte-Secretary to Dean of Students. Kelcnauser, Miss Jean A.-Program Administrative Assistant. Klein, Mrs. Anne-Financial Aids Advisor. Knack, Mr. William A.-Campus Planning Co-ordinator. Kofink, Mrs. Catherine-Graduate College Clerk-Typist. Leegran, Mrs. Jeanine M.-Admissions Office Clerk-Stenographer. Lerner, Mrs. Ann-Civil Service Personnel Assistant. f 2 I I v S ,it , f ,,-7 Zi, f gy f fimapny 7 I , 0 1: if '09 '-du . C ' ."' 'ink l.evin, Mrs. Shirley-Financial Aid Clerk-Typist. Lukinsky, Mrs. Lorraine-J-Building Secretary. Marsh, Mrs. Helen I..-Switchboard Operator. McDonnell, Mrs. Alice M.-Library Secretary. McKenclricK, Mrs. Kathleen-Registra Assistant. Meissner, Mr. David F.-Billiard Room Attendant. Palumbo, Miss Annette F.-Graduate College Clerk-Typist. Phillips, Mrs. Jeanne P.-Records Office Clerk-Typist. l"S bfi I N I X ,wx MN I H H ' V Y 17 ll: 'I' .L I H :Q , ' K - ' W -. - . lj' xv ji.: A fl., I b 4 .Jani ,V -i y it 'I K X' 'xv H"' .T a, -PL - '4 ' ,"' 'T "ZH ' 1 I A. " Q - M" W I s ' .F7 ' rim, 1 1-M'll'aQ .i. ,.,g I QI 7 5 L.: X "ln , Cr um' X g " .np I Z ' i . K- K 'Q . l .i me A A jk O i IQN f Z, Porges, Mrs. Anah-Matron. Reynolds, Mrs. Margaret I..-Graduate College Clerk-Typist. Rotman, Miss Sheila-Executive Assistant and Publications Officer. Rovner, Mrs. Shirley-Business Office Clerk-Typist. Shea, Miss Kathleen Anne-Financial Aid Clerk-Typist. Trzcinski, Mrs. Penny-Admissions Examiner. 'ZQJJ f 5'-+,...w,W WWW ,'g,1,,,,, ::g,,,.f Vix- 2? ,. ig, v-X XI- .KA ,- Aj ii, ,. . xmas!- ' n Q ' 3' ,. vga!-H f-- 'T iffy-f2.,,:f f, "Mi TW" MH, :ig-'zgfili 'Y .Si ,,.' 'ii ff! if . ,,,-g.M.iMs ...Fil ss W , " . K' ss X ' X .sigma .:d::3'::. rr SEM ' ..a3,...4+..,.....az.. Nam.: ggi-rgizriaxixr' 223 -if Maw , N . , es.Q..- N' N Q' v' Q Q: ii u 'xi' - .- .- ::.f:::3p:.,.-ffq ...Q " fide?- vi n f. . X wx ,if fxilwfiifwf X N -Q -1-vm X t w As X wmgggg Q Sw NX -.. N .... K I VN: ' U A-e+"" ' -1 t..Lr.- we- 2' N A -s f:g". fig-- w,Iwi""' 5 A ' - Y' " :im -:. gg.. .VY A :I W ag- - .9 , n:':i'::112-':'::U' ' X ,Rc J.- 1-" X X X " 33' " X .,l x -....1..S.E. - Vokurka Mr Edward--Graduate College Executive Welch Mrs Jean Admissions Office Assistant NOT SHOWN Barbour Mrs N Kay Financial Aids Clerk Typist Beerman Mrs Betty Duplicating Operator 6th floor Berker Miss Sallha Listening Room Technician Brooks Miss Frieda Accounting Clerk Clement Miss Barbara Records Office Clerk Deltz Mrs Dora Accounting Clerk Dumlao Mr Florenclo Accountant Elward Miss Kathleen C Assistant Recorder Garfield Mrs Betty Business Office Clerk Typist Gast Miss Marlies Secretary to Dr Poorman Greb Mrs Rose-Custodial Clerk Typist l-lankin Mrs Evelyn Business Office Clerk Typist l-lorvvich Mrs Evelyn Assistant Recorder Jackson Mrs Elizabeth Registrars Assistant Sec reta ry Jones Mrs Catherine Student Council Clerk Stenographer Katz Miss Terry Public Information Secretary Langrldge Miss Diane-Laval Service Clerk Typist Lewis Miss Barbara J -Clerk Typist Mattila Miss Beatrice Records Office Clerk Typist Michelin: Mrs Florence Research and Development Clerk Typist Miller Mrs Susan-College of Education Secretary Minardi Mr Joseph Accountant Moore Miss Alfreda Business Office Clerk Typist Orsi Miss Francette Jo-Cashier Pepper Mrs Elizabeth Record Office Clerk Peterson Mrs Mary A Record Office Clerk Typist I 1 - , . 1 . , . . 1 - . , . 1 1 . , 1 . , 1 . , 1 . , . - . , . 1 . , .1 . , . 1 - . , 1 . . , . ' . , . 1 ' . , . 1 . . . , . , . 1 . , . 1 - . , 1 . , - . , . - . , -- - . , . -- - . , . . , . 1 . v 'T ' ' , . , . 1 . , . .1 - . 7 Rulido, Mr. Delano B.-Accountant. Rago, Miss Anita-Student Teaching Secretary. Rosenberg, Mrs. Kate--Cashier. Sanders, Mrs. Nancy--Xerox Clerk. Scherzer, Mrs. Pearl A.-Records Office Clerk. Schneider, Miss Karen-Evening College Clerk-Typist. Schryer, Miss Jacqueline-Graduate Placement Officer. Schwartz, Mr. Charles-Accountant. Shipley, Mrs. Carol-Research Development Administrativ Shkolnik, Mrs. Blossom-Business Office Clerk-Typist. Szymanski, Mrs. Adele--Administrative Clerk. Turnbull, Mrs. Rita E.-Clerk-Typist. Uchiyama, Miss Joyce-Records Office Clerk-Typist. Vandevier, Mrs. Marion-Records Office Clerk-Typist. Weissman, Mrs. Dorothy-Evening College Clerk-Typist. e Assistant Westberg, Miss Elaine-Program Administrative Assistant. Zirpoli, Miss Patricia-Personnel Assistant. I 2 l lN IVIEIVIOPIAIVI DP. PALJI. F. QUINN October 21, 1910-September 26, 1970 A well-known and respected figure on Northeastern's campus, Dr. Paul Quinn did much to bring about many of the educational and administrative innovations which today help to give our college recognition as a prominent institution of education. . Prior to his coming to Northeastern in 1965 as an instructor in what was then the Division oflliducatio-n, Dr. Quinn taught for many years as a Spanish teacher in the Chicago Public Schools both preceding his mili- tary service in the Air Corps and afterwards. ln addition, he was a member of the faculty at Loyola University in the area of education and guidance. D Shortly after his entrance to Northeastern, Dr. Quinn became chairman of the department of Guidance and Counseling, a position in which he displayed his great dedication to his students and to his fellow faculty members. Not only known for his work at Northeastern, Dr. Quinn was a widely recognized authority on guid- ance and counseling. This recognition is shown by the number of his articles that have been published in numerous professional journals -at least twenty of which were published in the last two years. 1 Perhaps the most eloquent way to conclude this memoriam to Dr. Quinn is by quoting Dr. Vincent Malek, his friend and colleague: "Those of us fortunate enough to work closely with Dr. Quinn . . . will never be able to forget this association from either of two standpoints: his warm, personal friendship and really sincere interest in co-workers, fellow faculty members and students, or secondly, the efficient, dedicated manner in which he exercised the responsibilities of his position, whatever it hap- pened to be, whether in the classroom, as chairman of the department of Guidance and Coun- seling, as Graduate Advisor, or as Associate Dean of the Graduate College." l 213 UN. 'Bidi wap? 2 A N .. COMPUTER SERVICES Berger, Mrs. Muriel-Computer Services Secretary. Bethard, Mr. Deralcl-Computer Pro- grammer. Pagus, Mr. Neil-Data Processing Analyst. Gallivan, Mrs. Margaret M.-Taloulating Machine Operator. Graham, Mr. Thomas Earl-Data Pro- cessing Analyst. Singh, Mr. I-lari-Computer Systems Planner. NOT SHOWN Belson, Mr. Ernest-Digital Computer Supervisor. Boris, Mr. Douglas-Digital Computer Operator. Chorley, Mr. Richard, Jr.-Data Pro- cessing Analyst. Goetz, Mrs. Margaret Ann-Computer Programmer. l-lammer, Mrs. Marilyn G.-Carcl Punch If M 'S 1 Operator. Lech, Mr. James-Computer Aicle. Lee, Mrs. Barbara-Carcl Punch Operator. CULLECE SERVICES 7 if fv W I i IIUPLIIIIITING SERVICES Bronaugh, Mr. Marshall-Duplicating Services Operator. ' Ixwqfr Kusserovv, IVIr. Martin-Duplicating Machine Operator. Schroeder, Ivlr. Werner C.-Duplicating MAIL SERVICES Berlinger, Mr. Richard IVI.-Mail Messenger. Kibartas, Mr. Felix F.-Mail Service Supervisor. Sanders, Mr. Robert L.-Receiving Clerk. NOT SHOWN Services Supervisor. Sheehan, IVIVS. Nancy-Duplicating Clerk. 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Walter-Technician, Instructional Materials Shop. Coxworth, lvlr. Richard-Electronics Technician. Goke, Mr. Orville-Learning Services Operations Co-orclinator, Assistant Professor of Learning Services. l-leller, lVlr. Calvin-Electronics Maintenance. as-25.2. 5 " Q X955 ' , .5 ' " 5 , . 'Hi' A G' ' M A Q5 ' 62? 0 .X gi H Q? m 3, M . ., 'QA 'JiJ 4,'3? 5 NOT SHOWN Berker, Miss Saliha-Listening Room Technician. Buckle, Mr. Bankole-Instructional Communications Technical Operator 1. Dunnetski, Mr. Stanley-Audio-Visual Education. Ehrlich, Mr. William-Materials Shop. Fortich, Mr. Joseph-Learning Services Supervisor. Gabbarcl, Mr. Gary-Language Laboratory Technician. l-laushalter, Mr. Warren-T.V. Production Coordinator. l-lolly, Mr. Timothy-Audio-Visual Technician. Hoops, Mr. Donald L.-Learning Services. Moraites, Miss Maria-Radio-T.V. Film Production. Morrovv, Mr. David-Graphic Artist. Nordberg, Mrs. Joan-Multimedia Programmer. Ostapchuk, Miss Oksana-Instructional Communications Programmer. Robinson, Mrs. Judith-Learning Services Clerk-Typist. Sato, Mr. George Richard-Learning Services Film Assistant. Schmalbach, Mr. Kenneth-Instructional Communications Operator. Seidl, Miss E. Ann-Commercial Artist. Syron, Mrs. Mary B.-Learning Services Secretary. Thuresori, Mr. Glenn l-l.-Photographer. Tibbels, Mrs. Gail-Learning Services Clerk-Typist. Walter, Mr. Lewis J.-Learning Services. X Katzman, Mr. Jay R.-Multimedia Technician. McLain, Mr. Neal-Electronics System Planner. Podolsky, Mrs. Anne-Audio-visual Department Secretary. Saiet, Mr. Ronald A.-Instructor in Learning Services, Television Pro- duction Co-ordinator. Winters, Mr. Robert H.-Broadcasting Engineer. 'ii w-W' 555' ,milf LIBRARY Bourget Mrs Vnvlan-Clerk Typlst Brody Mr Jack M Llbrary Attendant 4Part tumej Brown Mrs Marilyn Clerk Typlst Davis Mrs Jean M Llbrary Clerk Frank Mass Vlrgnnla Llbrary Clerk Frltts Mrs Nlcoletta Library Technlcal Assistant Giles Mrs Sylvia-Clerk Typist Granzow Mrs Marne Library Clerk 9 220 ' mf- FFR f' Wm f ff M , .. ff f J f X yf f , ,Off f Z 1 K , f f f V. f 1 X f,. 2 f'2:,f:4C,y J 'f ff f day 4, M , 1"""! if f if C -gal X fukuws l-lirscn, Miss l.ynn F.-Library Messenger. Keith, Mr. Nathan-Library Attendant. Koschnitzke, Mrs. Carolin-Clerk-Typist. Melcnior, Mrs, Ann-Clerk-Typist. Mills, Mrs. Joyce-Library Clerk. Nelson, Mrs. Dora-Clerk-Typist. Norinsky, Mrs. Shirley-Library Clerk. Pearlstein, Mrs. Gene S.-Library Clerk. 4" ff 1 f 0 I ,?p,fJ',, 7 - I, " ,lxff 5 x M - ',',,l,jf " ' T9 I 5' ff L. I 1 ff fll nf I l sg 'K Qi" ff RSX? ' 'M tm., LIBRARY, NON-ACADEMIC Spetch, Miss Ruth M.-Library Clerk. Swanson, Mrs. Ruth M.-Library Chief Clerk. 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' ' Magik, f4s'f1'f,wW-'iff ' fm A 5.f71ffQ,fx" .: ' ,.,s ffrgw,fv,f'1,3. ga' ,, war' ' "QQ X Y t x ,v , 1- V ,M . v ' 1 ..4.'. -' 72' .'-1 ' -.TI-I Q.: H -X f',1.- ,.- -. I .S",.'1' . A iii, ,-,,.g'Q' .,", 4 , 'rd'iL,"'v"'Q."'., ,' - "' 4 ' A s ' . . -1-I 'rg A.., , 4 1 . . W ,. , . ,,.,.r, ,Q v. X 's 4 L .19 'T . r N Q ' vl :If NVQ? , Aa " 'U ' f' 1 4 -'X fr ,I ' 4 , . lg c ' , w ,- lv 1 ml- J' I, .9 'v f , , .fn S 4 H' f, -asm. ,wg . 4 - A 44'. x 776 Courtesy of Creative fVl3l'1agel'1'1el'1t Associates, New York. UCTUBER 2, 196 George Shearing is unquestionably one of the most famous pianists in both his native Britain and throughout the world. George Shearing attended the Shillington Street School for the Blind, where special emphasis was placed on reading and writing Braille. l-le received no more than the normal amount of musical training given ele- mentary students until he entered Linden Lodge School for the Blind. At the age of sixteen, he quit school and got a job playing the piano in a neighborhood pub. l-le kept joining different bands until he joined a band sponsored by the National Institute for the Blind. After nine months the band folded because of financial trouble. After that, George turned to writing arrangements for the BBC. Through some of his friends he was introduced to jazz critic Leonard Feather. The result of the meeting was Shearing's first personal BBC broadcast. Then England began to take notice of him. Feather secured a recording date with English Decca for him and the end result was a rapid multiplication of broadcasts and engagements and the eventual landing of his own BBC radio show. Tfhe year 1941 is notable for George Shearing because it marked the first popularity poll victory for hirnsel . By 1946 Shearing had starred with his own group at nearly all of the top clubs in London. ln December of that year, he sailed for a three month vacation in th U 't ' e ni ed States. l-lis reputation had preceeded him, however, and he was offered many engagements while here. But he couIdn't make any long range plans because of work commitments in England. - Finally in December of 1947 he came back to America for a longer stay. l-le arrived at the wrong time, however, because the musicians union was on strike. Being unable to record in this country and having no record on the United States market, agents were not interested in booking him for any night club acts. l-le finally got a job as an intermission pianist at the 3 Deuces and the Onyx clubs. Discouraged, George returned to England to fulfill some recording commitments. l-lis wife stayed behind to try to line up nig t club en- gagements. The Clique night club was impressed and George Shearing came back to America. George Shearing and his jazz quintet recorded for Discovery in early 1949. l-lis first album was a smash success and noon the group began traveling all over the country. Since that time, George Shearing has won every lradf: and disk jockey poll of any significance. The George Shearing family now resides in Los Angeles. l-lis form of relaxation is performing. But the liroupz he l'rolaxes"-for are children in schools and hos itals f th bl' . p or e ind George shearing is a symbol of hard work and perseverance-not only for blind people but for 'f'l':FfUl'if:. B 4' 'WW 'thx 3, I, VVNN xN 4x Z. ,J I I I I -4 I l I I in ' 5... .xfat '??'?i,.'1 '- my . . . 43 . J.-7" N, . sg. gi '52 . 587. V V nf' 'iff if! , . 7.4 mg: -1 . 5,511 1 rzzf A fffx R ff, V On October 15, 1969, ten young Japanese children and their teacher-conductor Dr. Shinichi Suzuki astonished, amused and excited a large audience here at North- eastern. The children, ranging in age from five to fourteen years of age, demonstrated the remarkable success of Dr. Suzuki's theory of "Talent Education". l-lis method of teaching young children by repetition was conceived more than thirty years ago. In Dr. Suzuki's ovvn vvords: ". . . I suddenly realized that all children throughout the world can speak their native language with the utmost fluency. This linguistic ability is a result of a method vvhich has been in continuous practice throughout human history. Why can't they learn music the same way? The method of in- struction which I have been applying in my musical educa- tion thus far is nothing but this method of training in the native language." Since 1946, over 15,000 Japanese children have studied violin under Dr. Suzuki's method. The charm as well as the proficiency of these young students was realized in the beautiful manner in which they performed. Their afternoon repertoire included pieces by Vivaldi, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Bach and l-landel. Original compositions and arrangements by Dr. Suzuki were also heard by the audience. Courtesy of Sheldon Soffer Management lnc., New York lf ....i . . .. v v . -:- vs-vn...1. . , -.. ., . 3 ,.V.. J . .Q l - .. og, 'sa-'V' "yy 1. , U ',-.- - :gf - n -Y' dl'-i THE CHECKMATES, LTD. UCTUBER 27, 1959 f 4 Aw ' f ... f ff- 1 ' if 'Wh' -M25 The Checkmates, Ltd., came to Northeastern and caused unlimited excitement at their concert. They do this by way of communication and involvement, with each other as vvell as with their audience. Since the Checkmates have been together for ten years, they communicate well with each other. This inherent com- munication comes through to everyone in the audience. No one can sit back and enjoy a Checkmates concert, everyone is a part of the concert. This participation of the audience doesn't happen by itself. The five young men who comprise the group vvork hard and long at making it happen. Spokesman for the group, Bobby Stevens, says, "To define the vvord 'entertainer' is to go out and give a part of yourself, which you really have to do if you sincerely feel a love for what you're doing. I know that with any member of our group, if we don't give of ourselves-all of ourselves-then we feel we haven't done the job! We enjoy every minute, every second we-'re onstage, and we emphat- ically believe that every entertainer has an obligation to the public because they make us. We do not make them." The five talented individuals composing the Checkmates, Ltd. are, Bobby Stevens, spokesman, Harvey Trees, lead guitarist, Marv "Sweet Louie" Smith, drummer, Bill Van Bus- kirk, bass, and Sonny Charles, organist, doubles on drums. In addition, each of the Checkmates writes music for the group. The explosive Checkmates, Ltd. are where it's at. They prove it at every concert they give. 2' l , fd igiifgf 1 .1 I Fw XV Courtesy of General Artists Corp., Beverly Hills, California. V ,,g5-tm W " , " Q f., 229 1 x 1 fl H ,f f I 1 x.- In 51"-- ix J xc ' vw . 1 9 Y 4 x 3 K A LE V , , 91 9 I K .. A 4 jg -..uf nu, X ' 'f "2 I X ' ui I " 'T -" JM 1 ' '. 7 . - 'rx I' " , 5 5 " f ,.... .p v x g 1" 1 A - if 1 f - , 1 F QF It . , 4w' 'f 5 N -5' , I X .1 Ac is 2 I n M-v,,3gSMy if ' ' 3 guwqwz 1'-1 1 4 "Z . ,Ati xgfgffqi'-ff tk. dx! Mu I X bfi , Q,f f, s if :Q Y Y a l .o-"N-yqx 5 -46 1 f I Courtesy of Creative Management Associates, New York. Turley Richards sings and plays a guitar with a style uniquely his ovvn. l-le inter- prets gospel, jazz, blues and rock in a vvay they've never been interpreted before. Turley taught himself to sing and play his guitar while still a boy. At the age of fourteen, he started singing with local gospel and R845 groups. Novv twenty-six, he has appeared on various television shows including The Dave Garrovvay Show, The David Frost Show, The Tonight Show and The Mike Douglas Show. l-le also performs in numerous nightclubs across the country. The college community was introduced to Turley Richards' style and message on November 20, 1969. TURLEY RICHARDS ' ' ll I ' noi. .,.A. ..4. , ,,,, 3, .,qA, 232 - 4 ii i as .Q W 1 f 2- -' --' i2i22Qai2EaEi2?1:1fQ2Q2Q2iE??2:i3ga,s432,',f ,. , . ,. ,,.,. 1133,-. g.,, .. , it 1 ,. fi? if 111iiiiiiifiiaiiiiiii,.g1E2E:iEiE. .Ea2.,21222?:2,'fa22211121 , '2?aZi1112Qe2e:1Eii?' 1,gi52i2?g?322fE222222igE1E5:1, M, ' 221211 igjQQQQQQIQQEgg'12Q5Q12Q1-1QQ'2 ,EEQEEEQE :--if,ag13a221Q2i1Qg,l .21'.2?f-.' z:1:EE11"fi1i :Eif212222122i?2i22E222E223E2E2:2iif 1:2122 W- , .f.i:.f.1:1fE ., ., V1-51?131i2V 3121521 13232112 , iiiiiifl :i?1i??211Ei?:E221i2"I 21", - 1:1 -z232aQiizE32222Q2gi' , 5fi23Ee22Qf, 12221: -1gagEi2222222222QQ112221 .5iai1i1' 'iigiii .11 ,. 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Jose Greco was born of Spanish Italian parentage in the small village of lvlontorio in the Aloruzzi moun- tains of Italy. Even as a small boy he displayed an interest and enthusiasm for all Spanish culture, and especially in the medium of Spanish music and dancing to which he dedicated himself completely. For several years he studied dancing and trained under the guidance of Spain's foremost teachers. Jose Greco first appeared professionally with the immortal Argentinita. l-le then performed throughout Europe as co-star with Argentinita's younger sister Pilar Lopez. Following his association with Filar Lopez, Greco organized his own company for an extended tour of Europe and Great Britain. l-le was soon acknowledged as the unique artist he is. To bring another dimension of excitement to the world of Spanish Dance, Jose Greco has joined with Nana Lorca and her Flamenco Dance Theater. Nana Lorca was born in Lorca, Spain. She was already an accomplished dancer at the age of nine, when she won the Grand Award for her interpretation of the "Jota" at Zaragosa. She is a graduate of the Royal Conservatory of Music and Declamation in Madrid. Senorita Lorca is equally accomplished in both the Spanish classic and Flamenco dances. She has also appeared as soloist with the Pilar Lopez Company. The magic and verve of the Spanish dancing demonstrated by this world-acclaimed couple inspired the audience to thunderous applause many times during the evening. Pure Spanish dancing, however, is more than entertainment, it is a language spoken by the natives to portray any nuance of emotion desired. And any emotion Senorita Lorca and lVlr. Greco desired to convey came across to the audience clearer than any words they might have spoken. NANA LURCU wigs tw W4 E4 f X. W W.. J' ' THE VIENNA CHUIR BUYS ' asf l 9 'Q a K gay 9 f X " fl 1 x QI. J 'T' ' l I If -9 H15 'Q 'MI-W fi-L if 41" 0 if We , - - if v it T X 'ff V , f iff is , V' X i X i 1 'Z' ' . 52" li all l i , . A . i i . ' v d i Once upon a time there was a great emperor who loved music. Being a good emperor and loving his people, the great Maximilian l one day issued a Royal Decree "to secure and maintain singers for the purpose of performing music at the divine services and at the banquets." l-lis Royal l-lighness also stipulated that the choristers should be prepared to sing High Mass each day. As this great emperor ruled Germany from the Royal Seat at Vienna, these singers soon came to be known as the choir boys of Vienna. Famous composers of the day wrote music especially for these young singers. Among these composers were Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Josef l-laydn, Ludwig von Beethovan. More music was written by one of the choir boys-Franz Schubert. One day the good Emperor Maximilian I died. Not all of the rulers succeeding him loved music as much as he did. There were times when the choir was moved, ignored, divided and put together again..The choir was still protected by a Royal Subsidy and the people of Vienna still acclaimed and loved their Imperial choir, no matter what. But the love of Vienna was not enough to keep the choir alive. lt was the year 1918 which saw the fall of the l-louse of l-lapsburg. Two terrible wars followed, and the choir nearly collapsed after the first. One good man was all that was needed, and that one man appeared in the person of Rector Joseph Schnitt. l-le roiriataterl ai twelve voice choir in an old castle. With no Royal Subsidy and a Second VVorld War, bankruptcy ffaf. approaching. It was decided that the choir should go on tour. The year was 1926, and the tour through Sffilfffrlarid io successful that a second and then a third choir were formed to meet the demands of Vienna arid the worlr. lfluuh liar, charigerl siricf: Maximilian decreed the choir into existence in 1498. Concerts have been given lhruufghmul Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia. There are three separate choirs: two to no uri ifiur and uriff lo rffrnain in Vienna, with twenty-two young boys in each. The boys sing, attend classes nloffp, ual and play in the Palace of Augarten. The Institute of Vienna Choir Boys is governed by a Trust of forrrif-r f-lif,rif.lffr'A.. flue Dl'f!'af!l'll Director and Rresident, Dr. Walter Tautsching succeeded Rector Schnitt upon iflf'I'1lTf'l" flf-'illi iri 955 v l Hilti, alrrioul fivff f,,ffl'lll,ll'lf:'w of fairyftale like history behind them, the Vienna Choir Boys came to North- f':i'.if:rn on ldlffdrifmflay, March 4, 1970. At 8:00 p.m. the college Auditorium was filled with the sound of fuurifg xmif,f:', upholding tlif: tradition of the choir. .M ... .,,, , .. ....,, , ISRAELI CUNSUL-GENERAL On Maron 17, 1970 Students-for-Israel invited the Israeli Consul-General to our school to speak on the current Israeli situation. Speaking to concerned students and faculty and staff members, true Consul-General provided the group with an afternoon of interesting information. K 1. , ,. c ",.'4----,r 4K 4 A,u,, ,.,. W.,-A,-.1 V-.VV . uf... -n,.. ., av. ,L-. mr. 3 'vga-, -. Og-':rr?w.x-'. ... .rf .--:--- .. , ffw- f-21, 1 5 1 ':-:' I 1f.2 1 1 .af .4 , :nf ' any .a,.-", , ' -'5.,.ni. .f'.,r 25 H131 .J, . S A...g.-n n A 1 wtf" 7? sz " 2 Q -"' bf. I if I 4. iv-' -ff.. .- ,.. I rv' - ' 1 Em f f 5 Q K 4 f .f ,, - f ,,. 4. .. ge 14 Xif e xv mf .-:N as Q 'Lim' qv '5 1: if A as gy N' f Wy-,QA fx? H Y f .z wwf, if QW i - HT-1 in v. . -. THE NITE TRAIN As part of the afternoon Concert Series, the Nite Train came to Northeastern on March 19, 1970 at 1 FXIVI. An exciting new rock group from Canada, Nite Train gave a rousing performance in our Auditorium. 2 Y YY , V,,, ' I Lfgtkjfffk F I ww 1 g K 4 , ,, ' 1' fu' a ,J 'f Jklzi T 5? xg in , ' Y U C 41 , E ,un fl if E i viii, .-, wwf - W J TV bile J 2 fa, W , 31,3 f fe sei W 'l ' X ,. 'ff' ki Ji W .W . , 4' .EA 9' x fa X Ny., .......,.W................ 5. N-......--v- G 1 gk n fs f , Ii '04 , 'p f . ' l nie. pn nr ' ,Zia 0, f f Lf' . 4 .4 ef f'f'1"'T?'59,59r, , . .4-333 1'--vw-,.-W, . V Q 4, A l l F X LAMBDA SIGMA ALPHA PENNY CARNIVAL On April 1, 1970, the sisters of Lambda Sigma Alpha pre- sented their annual Penny Carnival. The A lounge was unrec- ognizable with its gay decorations and game booths. The now- traditional jail in which students can lock-up their professors and in which professors must remain until "bail" is produced, hoop throwing games, and a "judge" who would perform a "marriage ceremony", a dart board game, and a limitless supply of delicious food prepared by the Lambda Sigma Alpha sisters, all were included in the day's activities. l 239 BUGG HUUSE SQUARE: GATEWAY HUUSE With the ever-increasing number of people who are taking drugs and becoming addicts, Bugg l-louse Square invited several members of Gateway l-louse to speak in the North Dining Hall. All members of Gateway l-louse are or were at one time drug addicts. The speakers from this drug rehabilitation center told the listening students of how people must come to Gateway l-louse of their own free will, with the desire to be cured. Part of the rehabilitation process consists of discussions like those held at Northeastern on April 1, 1970. BAND CUNCERT Dr. Edgar B Gangware The Northeastern lllinois State College Concert Band gave an unusual and fascinating concert on April 1, 1970. "A Contrast in the Art of Music" featured "Pictures at an Ex- hibition" by Modest Moussorgsky and "Passion in Paint Suite" by l-lenri Rene. Reproductions of the paintings for which the different pieces of music were written were shovvn on the tvvo screens above the auditorium stage. The paintings vvere "I-lut of the Baba Yaga" and "The Great Gate of Kiev" both by Victor l-lartmann, "At the Moulin Rouge" by l-lenri Toulouse-Lautrec, "Persistence of Memory" by Salvador Dali and "L.'Absinthe" by Edgar Degas. The Concert Band, directed by Dr. Edgar B. Gangvvare, also performed traditional and contemporary music at their concert. ln- cluded were a symphonic poem "The Universal Judgement" by Camille De Nardis, and an original piece by student Thomas l-lilliard "Jivaro". "The Magic Trumpet" by James P. Burke, featured a trumpet solo by Dr. l-l. D. l-larmon, Professor of Brass. Northeastern Illinois State College has a Concert Band of which it can be proud. Everyone who attended the Band Concert knows this is true. is "Af 4. ' mf .iv N, vrg75,.M. y .. , . ,cfm - A mmm-,,,,mAAqiA, V ,lx VW' my f M' 1, ... My, ' -5 A 1 I W H ., i' k K' 42' vl s P 'far Q ff 1 , 7 N A' 'ff Ln: lg, IIN EVENING IIE GILBERT AND SULLIVAN A glowing concert performance by the Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company was given in the College Auditorium on April 2, 1970. Beginning the concert at 8:15 p.m. was a performance of "Trial by Jury". Principals in this portion of the evening were Hugh Crarey, David Curry, Ray l.ubway and Joyce Russe. Following the intermission, excerpts from various Gil- bert and Sullivan works were sung, with commentaries given by Jane Stedman, Professor of English at Roosevelt University. Among those pieces presented were songs from "Trial by Jury", "The Gondoliers" and "The Mikado". I I 24 7411 THIRD ANNUAL FACULTY READING HUUR On April 7, 1970, faculty members from the department of Speech and Performing Arts presented the Third Annual Faculty Reading Hour. With an introduction by Mr. Richard l-lesler, the program consisted of the following readings: Mr. William Stewart: "The Uneducated Savage", Mr. Durvvard Redd: "Harvey", Dr. Robert Walker: "From the Trunk", Mrs. Charlotte Waisman and Miss Judy Yordon: Short Stories by Archibald Marshall, and Mr. David Unumb: "Earth Eighteen". IUHN KULISCH APRIL 3, 1970 t D 7 f f Z f , 2 Q f 'Z 24- I3 iz 3. 2 M Z ., ,, X f 74, , j ww 'li , f 'GMU 'Ir' One of the more unusual afternoon programs in the Bugg House Square series was John Kolisch, hypnotist, mentalist, and entertainer. Born in Vienna, lvlr. Kolisch first became interested in the psycho- phenomena of hypnosis and ESP. vvhile a student of psychology at the University of Vienna. I-le novv has over tvventy-five years of experience as a lecturer, entertainer and consultant. One of the more fascinating features of his program is the audience participation in demonstrations of hypnosis, mass hypnosis and post-hyp- notic suggestion. John Kolisch is a member of the American Institute of l-lypnosis and also of the Association to Advance Ethical l-lypnosis. lvlr. Kolisch's matchless style provided a memorable afternoon for everyone. x 24 24 X! WORTH Rock poetry is an interpretation of contemporary literature. On April 8 and 9, 1970, Interpreters' Theatre, presenting "For What lt's VVorth", experimented with rock poetry. Members read lyrics taken from songs by the Beatles, the Lovin' Spoonful, and the Jefferson Airplane. Oral interpretation was combined with dance and a student produced and directed movie. Participants in "For What lt's VVorth" were Chris Banakis, Jana Gilmore, Bop Gorg, Arlene Jarzap, Marcy Mark and Patti lvliceli, ii i ,ff X! T'-f--... ..,. .Q wa. so, sgqqk N---.. 'H- Mr. Elkin M. Sithole Clnstructor in Inner City Studies Educationl, Mr. Edward I.. James IProject Success Supervisorl, Dr. Sam Kange fNovelist and Historianb, Mrs. William Speller, Mr. William Speller flnstructor in Guidance and Counselingj. DR. SAM KANGE APRIL 9, 1970 A native of Salisbury, Rhodesia, Dr. Sam Kange, novelist and historian, is presently teaching at Fisk University. Dr. Kange was invited by the Northeastern Illinois State College history department. l-le delivered a lecture on April 9 about "The White Problem in South Africa", which was very well received by the student body. Some of his works include: On Trial for My Country, The Mourned One, and The Chiefs Daughter Who Would not Laugh. A few highlights of his talk were: the accomplishments the Europeans on the east coast contributed to the African Civilization, the development of Rhodesia's Land Policy, the Intellectual Colonialism, and the social problems in Africa. 247 748 THE THUMPSUN CUMMUNITY SINGERS Peace. Love. Spiritual. Spirited. Joy in life and soul. These are the "intangibles" that move the Thompson Community Singers. And anyone listening to this talented group is moved the same way. Not a song is sung without hands clapping, feet stomping, faces smiling and shouts of "Sing it sister". Listening to them is an experience for they sing of friendship and love for everyone. They sing about the joy that faith in God can bring. But the Thompson Community Singers l don't just sing about it, they feel it. You can see the love on their faces and hear it in their voices. They do it holding hands and moving together. The choir, led by Rev. Milton Brunson, came to Northeastern on April 13 and again on July 23. FY? "" V I mf'- 5' w Y W I 3 w 1 L , 24 X 52 It ,..,, T, 4. I... ,gg -5 I.. I Q- I X . 1, iff' TV , 1 f yi . was , . QQ 5 2:5 lf K If iwklgx' f -r,?x'Q35,G Mg ,zwgf Q . . ' 'Q , :-vw ,f we QQ f ,. , f f K . .1 na v , MQW 31. vs f fx Q 'wvgf-'i ygmi ' i 4, iw .S M 5 Q F52 f' 1 I Wx 4-, 1 E S 1 , 'x E 0 ,5 K 0 Q , JH, vw F 9? SY 1 L 6 ' XX X I if I J ,A .- ,f,, W fzpvw' 'X , f' s f ' A , A ' ., . , .5 ,J I ,L - Q 5 ' 1 vi 9 ' . .,,, f V .L ,rw , Q Am 5 in 5 - . I Lb , that A Mi H ' If if lu' My . x up . , ' , ' 5- A,,., , f . f I A 94? ' ffl ,- . 25 g Q' L ' 'gr 4' - 3' 'Y f":t'4':'2 ' sf, , ,rf ' , h A. M , ... Tw' V a , ' f yi I5' ' Z fvj H A ,wwe-"" ' wwf? X, v M, K , W Max 1 My 1 ,L ,,-, I '11 ' if U Kfxwyi Z! I , In . , ' l bf M - Certificate of Excellence SPEECH DEPARTMENT PUT LUCK SUPPER On lvlay 6, 1970, the Speech Department gave a Pot Luck Supper for speech majors, students participating in speech activities, and faculty mem- bers. The purpose of the supper was to present awards to those students who were graduating and to those who did outstanding work in their respec- tive fields. Public address Cdebatel, theatre, and oral interpretation were the areas in which the awards were given. Only one part of the evening consisted of the award presentations. The remainder of the time consisted of a skit prepared by Randy Baker and Bob Gorg, and an imitation of the teachers in the Speech Department. 444' lr +151 M ff PICTURED: The students who have received Speech Department awards. ROW 1: Edward Szylik COral Interpretationj, Gary Porto CSpecial Department Award: Theatrel, Bob Gorg CStage Players Presidentl, Tom Carlysle fOral lnterpretationj, Russ Smolin Cfheatrej, Randy Baker CTheatreJ. ROW 2: Ted Demos fDebate Awardg Special Department Awardj. ROW 3: Suellen Adler CTheaterJ, Jordyle Fischer CTheatreJ, Dorothy Goldberg CTheatre: Oral lnterpretationb, Patti lvliceli qOraI lnterpretationj, Elaine Gertler Clndividual Eventsj, Barbara Smolin CTheatreJ. ROW 4: Marcy Marks fOral lnterpretationj, Leslie Gray fDebateD, Betsy Goldberg CAwarcl for Choreography of Rock Festivalj, Kathy Saferstein CSpecial Department Award: Oral Interpretationj, Kathy Cutinelli CTheatrey. -...l - 1 'N -ie: E V Z ff jf, X .W G X was .a,.nv--- VERUNICA TYLER ,X X Courtesy of Columbna Artnsts Management, Inc , New York Xx Y' K A X W X ,X X fx X2 .255 Q XX dw XX K 'X - X 48 F R is X Q , S EAA :S 9 , X S Xi' R ew XX : QQ. ' X X 4 mm X535 XX Xe X XX x X Q, Q X X X X 4 N 4 xx X1 5 Xa, Q5 X f. ., H, . wh .. , X X X xN N X xx S X gg X, v9 fx SRX bxbvw Q X SX X as ,X A X . swam .Tie b' , ,X -" QQ,-g , .WWX fr we I 'A ' f, A fff - XX X X .. ,.x QA ,,AA MA ., ,. V N WX QP' M ' X X. "Sed N Former President Lyndon Baines Johnson, Mrs. Veronica Tyler. Miss Veronica Tyler has thrilled audiences all over the world with her delicate, sensitive voice. May 26, 1970, in the college auditorium was no exception. The audience was thrilled, and rightly so. Miss Tyler has performed with the symphony orchestras of Boston, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, San Francisco, l-louston, Baltimore, Buffalo and Rochester. ln Chicago, she has appeared in ' ' I in the summer of Orchestra l-lall and at Grant Park. A highlight in the career of Veronica Ty er came 1966 when she was awarded second place in the First Tchaikovsky International Vocal Competition in Moscow. The clarity and brightness with which Miss Tyler sings is magnificent to hear. Anyone who at- tended her performance left the auditorium with a new concept of opera. BARBARA RUSH On June 2nd Barbara Rush came to Northeastern s Llttle Theatre for an Informal ques tlon answer session Warm and fnendly Mass Rush made everyone relaxed In her pres ence Eager questions flowed from the Northeastern students as Mass Rush patiently and humorously answered them The questlons covered a vvlde varlety of topics from a recounting of Mlss Rush s actung experience her oplnlons about the acting profession and the crlterla for good actresses as well as comments on Chlcago s climate 2 Abell, Mr. Bertram 193 Babolek, Jr., Steve 12 A Aber, Miss Jeanne M. 189,203 Abraham, Dwaine 12 Abt, Mrs. Esther R. 173 Accettura, Nancy 64 Ackermann, Dorelle 103 Adaniowski, Mary Rose 64 Adams, Barbara 113 Adams, Sandra 12 Adams, Sandra Ann 12 Adelman, Esther 116 Adler, Suellen 142,253 ADMINISTRATION 196 ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 206 Adomites, Phyllis 127 Agresta, Ted 150 Akwa, Maryan 12 Alderson, Bob 132 Alderson, James 111 Alesi, Bruce 98 Alex, Mary 137 Allegrezza, Randy 109,111,206 Allen, Mrs. Lucille 206 Allen, Mr. William W. 198 Allgaier, Robert 12,106,128 Almgreen, Barbara 12 ALPHA CHI EPSILON 98 ALPHA RHO OMEGA 100 Alport, Hollis 64 Alport, Terry 119 Amodeo, Rich 134 Anderson, Mr. Charles A. 175 NIR. CHARLES ALLEN ANDERSON RECITAL 254 Anderson, Janet 128 Anderson, Pat 126 Andresen, Claudia 44 Androw, Linda 64 Annunzio, Joe 103 Ansari, N'1r.Abdus 173 Ants-plfnko, Kathy M. 61- AN'1'1lRO1'Ol,OGY DEPARTMENT 162 A PRH, CON1 V1 ENCEMENT 250 APR11, fLRA11ljA'1iES 10 Ars-nrll, Sur-117,134 Arm-1, 1111 Nancy 1.. 188,202 Aronov, Dr. Brrnarrl M. 181 !AI'HIlS,1i1f'1I2lI'f1 11. 150 ART IIl'Ll'Alt'l'N11'1N'l' 162 ASS1'.Nlli1.AlQ1'. ART 111.1215 101 Amin, 1l1I'S.N4'llll'1.ZI1'1 Al lil SI CHAIN A'l'1'iSf'1l2 Arm-1io,N1:n'f'ia 12 An-lxlwnn, V11SNIi4'I'lllf'1' 18.1 Av:ml,Sh:non 107 !AV411"1l,Xv1l.1X2Ull11 Y. 189 A wlrorl, Alun 139 INDEX B Bachrach, Dr. Joseph 177 Bader, Roger H. 106,130 Bailey, Bonnie B. 44 Bailey, Mr. Donn F. 188 Bailey, Ilene 107 Baines, Viola E. 101,114 Baker, Randy 142,253 Baldauf, Davia Ann 134,143,157 Baldyga, William 128 Ball, Mrs. Carol L. 177 Ban, Sharon 128 Banakis, Chris 246 BAND 102 BAND CONCERT 241 Banford, Ferne 137 Banford, John 137 Banks, Marie 128 Bannick, Kathleen 44 Barnes, Donna Rae 128 Barnes, Eugene 107 Barnes, Thomasine 64 Baron, Mary 139 Bartels, Bonnie B. 106 Barth, Dorothy 64,128 Bartling, Janice 44 Bartolo, Dick 108,110,111 Bartose, Richard 118 Barushok, Dr. James 183 Barys, Juanita 64 BASEBALL TEAM 148 BASKETBALL TEAM 151 Bass, Hans 151 Bauer, Warren 144 Beals, Alma 156,158 Beard, Nancy M. 13 Beaver, Dr. Joseph C. 172 Becker, Mr. Louis B. 174 Bedoe, Antoinette 101 BEEHIVE YEARBOOK STAFF 104,105 Beese, Mrs. Jane E. 207 Behnke, Donna L. 13 Behrendt, Miss Barbara 205 Belica, Dr. Michael 203,217 Bell, Mrs. Mary Anne 194 Bell, Stella L. 107 Bengelsdorf, Sharon 110 Bennecke, Richard 65,98 Bennett, Mr. Alan 206 Benson, Louis 108,111 Benson, Mary E. 44 Bent1c:y,Chury165 Bcnwilz, 98 Barge-r, Mrs. Muriel 214 Burglund, I,isfettn 44,106 Bc-rlin, 111165 Burnalh, Suu 100 Berney, Chris 65 Bernhard, Dr. John T. 199 Bernstein, Barbara 114 Bernstein, Dr. Dorothy 143,194 Besttock, Mrs. Victoria 191 Bethard, Mr. Derald 214 Beuck, Jules 132 Beyers, Randy 134,148 Bicek, Pauline 65 Bickel, Mary Ann 13 Biesk, Janet 44 Biggins, Laurie 13 Billing, Mrs. Aurelia 121,167 Bingaman, Nancy L. 65 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 164 BIOLOGY CLUB 106 Bitaut, Joanna 136 Black, Evelyn L. 13 Black, Mrs. Sophie K. 189 Blackburn, Tom 66 BLACK HERITAGE 107 Blair, Mrs. Margaret 1. 173 Blais, Mrs. Viola 207 Blake, Eileen N. 66 Blake, Kent R. 44 Blanchard, Tim 144 Blanda, Louise 13 Blaszczyk, Rich 103 Blicharz, Sonia 113 Blond, Carolyn S. 66 Bloomquist, Jane 45,142 Bluethman, Hal 131 BOARD OF GOVERNORS 81 PRESI DENTS OF UNIVERSITIES 198 Bober, Joan V. 13 Bobkiewicz, Mr. Walter 205 Bobrowicz, Thelma 124,139 Bodine, Dogo Mota 107 Boelke, Susan B. 13 Bogacki, Karen 14 Bogusiewicz, Julia 66 Boquist, Linda 126 Bolotin, Judith 66 Boress, Babette P. 14 Borows, Mr. Walter 217 Bostedo, Margaret M. 45 Bothie, Richard 66 Boukidis, Mr. Nicholas A. 174 Bourget, Mrs. Vivian 219 Bowers, Dr. Mary A. 187 BOWLING LEAGUE 108-111 Boxer, Boyle Boyle Boyle 7 Frada 66 Cecilia 134 , Cecilia Ann 158 Claranne 45 Bozeman, Carol 107 Bradley, Charles 66 Bradley, Pam 129 Bradley, Wayne Thomas 67,132,142 Brady, Patricia E. 45 Bramati, Beatrice 67 Bramlette, Joan 14 Brandoline, Thomas R. 142 Brandzel, Mrs. Rose C. 202 Branson, Jesse M. 45,107 Bratt, Bruce 111 Braun, Diana 67 Braun, Mr. Vernon R. 202 Brayndick, Steve 128 Breckenfeld, Del 103,131 Breitberg, Roberta 14 Brennan, Kathy 126,127 Brewer, Mr. Richard H. 185 Brock, Patricia 67 Brodner, Kathy 108 Brody, Mr. Jack M. 219 Bronaugh, Mr. Marshall 215 Bronn, Nikki 14 Brown, Adena 67 Brown, Bob 124,142 Brown, Keith 151 Brown, Mrs. Marilyn 207,219 Browne, Nancy 45 Brunson, Rev. Milton 248 Brusky, George 108,109 BUGG HOUSE SQUARE-GATEWAY HOUSE 240 BUGG HOUSE SQUARE-JOHN KOLISCH 245 BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 222 Bukowski, Henry 67 Bullis, Mr. Bruce 206 Burdick, Norman H. 144 Burger, Mrs. Mary Louise 184 Burgess, Jerome F. 67,107 Burmeister, Mrs. Norma R. 167 Busse, Miss Bonnie 167 Butler, lVlr. Gerald 191 Butzbach, Barbara 106 Buurstra, Miss Annette 189 Bykowski, Cynthia 14 Byrd, Dr. Milton B. 199 Brzezinski, April 45 C Callahan, Eugene J. 67 Callahan, Gene 144 Callicounis, Miss Alice N. 167 Cambero, David 15 Cannon, Mr. Gerald 200 Carlysle, Tom 253 Carmona, Judy 125 Carroll, Edward R. 144 Carsello, Gerry 98 Casado, Ado 45 Cascio, Anthony 15 Casolari, Jeannine 46 Castro, Demetria 68 Cesarz, Cynthia 68 Chacon, Dr. Roger 176 CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 112 Charlier, Dr. Roger H. 170 Chavarria, Arsenio 140 CHECKMATES, LTD. CONCERT 229 CHEERLEADERS 113 CHEMISTRY CLUB 114 Cherry, Eileen Butler 68 Chinn, Kristina lVIellin 46 Chlebik, Barb 103 Chmura, Ernest 68,150 Choffnes, Susan 15 Chong, Juan 117 CHORUS 115 Christensen, Carol 46 Chudnow, Jeff 139,154 Chychula, Maria 147 Clark, Dr. Earl John 165 Ciccone, Dante 68 Citti, Thomas 46 Clare, Nancy 126 Clarkson, Mr. Miller 177 Clemons, Lorenzo 107 Cobleigh, Melody Ann 15 Coen, Susan 15 Cohn, Shelly 103 Cole, Marilyn 107 Coleman, Mr. Ben C. 167 Colin, Barbara 15,111 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 162 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 184 COLLEGE SERVICES 214 Collins, Linda 142 Columbus, Helen 68 COMPUTER SERVICES 214 COMPUTER STUDIES 165 Conforti, Diana 68 Constant, Lucille 46 Conrow, Richard G. 15 Conway, Donald J. 68 Conway, Kathleen 15 Cook, Mrs. Barbara A. 202 Cook, Randi 121 Cook, Sue 109 Cooper, Nita 108,111 Cooperman, Mrs. Rosalyn 207,216 Corbett, Dave 98 Corey, Gene 131 Cormany, William B. 46 Corona, Marie 16 Cortesi, Mario 47 Costa, Rick 98 Coticchio, Tom 135,151 Cotteleer, Susan 47,121 Couch, Carol 136 Coxworth, Mr. Richard 217 Crarey, Hugh 243 Crean, Dr. Joseph G. 164 Creinin, Mrs. Rose 206 Crowley, Mary 16 Cruz, Julio 47,140 Csolkovits, Gary E. 69 Cullen, Carol 129 Cuny, Mary Alice 126 Curran, Linda E. 16 Curry, David 243 Curylo, Randy 109 Cutinelli, Kathy 253 Czaplewski, Louis 114 Czaplewski, Mr. Louis 177 Czarnecki, Dr. Adam 174 Czebok, Monika 123 Czekalski, Ron 151 Czelusta, Marian 16 D D7An1ico, Bob 98 D,Amore, Dolores 129 Datcu, Kathleen Ann 47 Davenport, Patricia 16 Davids, Richard W. 16 Davis, Mr. Charles A. 198 Davis, Ken 130 Davis, Mrs. Jean M. 219 Davis, Maggie 131 Davis, Michael 106 DAVIS, RENNIE QBUGG HOUSE SQUAREJ 238 DeCaluwe, Susan 16 DECEMBER GRADUATES 62 DeChristofano, Anne 16 DeFily, Margaret 17 DeMano, Mrs. Julie A. 156,158,159 Demos, John 134 Demos, Ted 119,120,253 DeSario, Kris 136 Desmond, Richard Louis 69 DeVincent, Doug 151 DiChristofano, Anne 108,111 Dickstein, Cheryl 47 Diederich, Janice 17 Dierickx, Dr. C. Wallace 170 Dietrich, Claudette G. 69 Diggle, Karen 137 Dilendorf, George 147 Dillon, Craig K. 69 Diori, Esther 69 Dobbs, Dr. Frank W. 177 Dobner, Jim 134,148 Dobranski, Tony 117 Doehler, Dr. Robert W. 177 Donahoe, Eileen 126 D'Onofrio, Marie 113 Dooley, Kenneth M. 69 Dorer, Robert A. 144 Doudna, Dr. Quincy 199 Doyle, Helen 146 Doyle, Patrick 17 Dragon, Helen 17 Drake, Charles 17 Draska, Karen R. 69 Draths, Joanne 129 Drips, Suzanne 47 Dubas, Cindy 131,137,138 Dubicz, Iva 103 I Dubyk, Robert 139 Duda, Carol 17 60 Duffie, Mrs. Frances R. 200 Dufour, Dr. Victor 137,138,181 Dunn, Mary 18 DUPLICATING SERVICES 215 Duris, Jim 48 Durkin, Patrick 18 Duszynski, Terry 126 Dyke, Roger Van 103 Dzieglewicz, Judith 70 Dziurgot, Thomas 18,98 E EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 184 Easton, Mr. Robert 122 Echt, Eileen 70 Eckhardt, Rita 48 Edelheit, Mrs. Gertrude 183 Edmett, Cathie 18 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS DEPARTMENT 185 Ehrenberg, Jeanette 70,146 Ehrlich, Mrs. Bettye 191 Ehrlich, Karen 70 Ehrmann, Kathleen 139 Eichenfeld, Bob 108,111,236 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 185 Elliott, Barbara 70 Elliott, Ellen 48 Elliott, Mr. Roger 207 Ellis, Dr. Ruth 181 Enault, John 144 Eng, Betty S. 70 Engberg, Alvin 71 Engbretson, Dr. William E. 199 Englehart, Marc 125 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 165 English, Fred 131 Engstrom, Liz 18 Epstien, Mrs. Shirley 207 Esbrook, Eileen E. 48 Esenberg, Robert 71 Eskffli, Cheryl 71 Etten, Dr. john F. 185 Ettfen, Vliss Marion 204,216 Evans, Linda 102 F lfabiszak, Marlene- 18,114 Ixdgfffllflllll, Miss Barbara 207 lfagus, V1r.Nf:i1 214 1"ahr4'r, Frank 103 1'i2l1F4'S,1,l'. 11:-na M. 183 1"aiIa'k, N1 ark 144 1'il1fi1U'Il1H'I'fQ, lfrl 15441 lfalumm. Vlr. 1101111111 154,155,191 1'ar1-4-fl,11r.A1imvf1 165 1'.irr,11r.'1'1mmas S. 179 1' arrv-11, Nam-y 19 . , ' , 1'4'1f1IllilIl,,1lHl1S '10 Felton, Cynthia 71,107 FENCING CLUB 150 Ferrier, Fougeres 71,121 Filipek, Marilyn 19 Finely, Mr. Murray H. 198 Finley, Mr. Edward 1. 208 Finnegan, Colleen 19 Firak,,1ohn D. 144 Firoozi, Dr. Ferydoon 179 Fischrup, Robert 144 Fish, Linda Anne 48 Fisher, ,lordyce 236,253 Fisher, Linda 49 Fisher, Murray 103,132 Flack, Mrs. Marion 174 Fleming, Jan 134 Felming, Janet 71 Fleming, Mr. Thomas G. 223 Flood, Lt. Francis 205,222 Flood, Jim 151 Floreani, Susan 100 Florkowski, Henry 49 Foley, Edward 49 FOLK DANCE CLUB 116-118 Fonferko, Eileen 49 FOOD SERVICE 221 Ford, Ken 109 FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT 167 FORENSICS UNION 119 Forliano,,1ohn 19 Fornal, Thaddeus 71 Forslev, Dr. Albert 177 FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH 246 Foster, Miss George 119 Fournier, Donna 19,126 Fox, Kathleen 71 Framke, Mr. Richard 185 Frank, Francine 49 Frank, Fern 72 Frank, Miss Virginia 219 Franz, Carl 103 Franzone, Denise 49 Frauenhoffer, Josef 150 Frazin, Irwin J. 72 Frederick, Dr. Duke 171 Frederick, Dr. Edris 179 Frederick, Freddie 143 FRENCH CLUB 121 Friedman, Ellen 131 Friedman, Mrs. Serafima 139,167 Frischer, Andrea 19 Fritts, Mrs. Nicoletta 219 I'iI'1lZlIlZlYlIl, Mr. Frank 104,162 Fuoco, Grayce 100 Furmanek, Barbara 72,103 G Gaarcl,,1ean L. 72 Ga1rricf1,Bi11 103 Gaflrekr-, ,Ianni 20 Ga1frlmer,,1o1in 144 Galassi, Dr. Battista J. 168 Galinski, Pat 123 Gallagher, Patricia 20,156,157 Gallagher, Mrs. Valerie Z. 203 Gallery, Kathleen M. 20 Gallivan, Mrs. Karen 206 Gallivan, Mrs. Margaret M. 214 Gallucci, Nicholas S. 72 Galowitch, Pamela 72 Gangware, Dr. Edgar 175,241,242 Garcia, America 72,140 Garcia-Cancio, Carlos F. 49 Gasowski, Stanley 49 Gates, Donald 50 Gavin, Patricia Eileen 72 Gayle, Linda P. 73 Geanon, Helen 139 Gebhardt, Russell R. 50 Gentile, Vito 134 GEOGRAPHY CLUB 122 GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT 170 George, Mr. Francis J . 205,222 George, Maura 130 Georgiou, Mrs. Peri P. 184 GERMAN CLUB 123 Gerner, Steve 125 Gersh, Beryl 103 Gerson, Rhoda 20 Gertler, Elaine 120,253 Ghulam, Dr. Irwin 242 Giardina, Rich 98 Gibbs, Cheryl 126 Gigsted, Craig 148 Gilbert, Dr. Robert L. 177 GILBERT AND SULLIVAN, AN EVENING OF, 243 Giles, Gwendolyn 107 Giles, Mrs. Sylvia 219 Gillcrist, Rose 100 Gillespie, Cathy 117 Gillespie, Daniel 20 Gilmore, Jana 246 Gilmore, Michael 20,131 Gilpatrick, Mr. C. Edward 179 Glasner, Theresa 73 Glefke, Carol 21,103 Glefke, Chris 103 Glefke, Cindy 103 Glenn, Linda R. 50 Glick, Dr. Norman 181 Glockner, Mrs. Valentine 185 Gober, Terry 148 Goke, Mr. Orville 217 Gold, Mrs. Hilda 208 Goldberg, Betsy 253 Goldberg, Dorothy 236,253 Goldberg, Dr. Robert J. 200 Goldberger, Milt 125 GOLDEN EAGLES BASKETBALL TEAM 151 Goldfime, Larry 108,111 Goldman, Linda S. 73 Goldman, Tobie R. 73 Goldstein, Carolyn 73,100 Goldstein, Roselle 21 Golembo, Darlene 21 Gonciar, John S. 21 Gonzalez, Mr. Rodrigo 168 Goodman, Elaine 21 Goodrich, Grant 73 Harmston, Wendy Jo 104 Harrelson, Mr. Clifford E. 203 Harrison, Leslie Pat 22 Harrison, Sandi 158 Harrison, Dr. S. Lorenzo 171 Hartig, Donna 113 Haschak, Jeane 74 Hawkins, Carolyn 51 Hawkins, Kathy 136 Hayes, John 128 Hayes, John Akkeron 74 HEALTH SERVICES 216 Gordon, Mr. Arnold 181 Gordon Mrs. Barbara 208 Gordon, Bonnie 50 Gordon Marcia 107 Gorg, Bob 246,253 Gorg, Robert F. 142 Gorski, Kenneth H. 50 Goy, Michael J. 73 Graessley, Helen 146 Graham, Mr. T. Earl 214 Granzow, Mrs. Marie 219 Grauer, Jill 73 Graves, Dr. ldella 150,191 Gray, Leslie 253 JOSE GRECO CONCERT 232 Green, Dave 130 Greenstein, Muriel 21 Grendzinski, Flo 140 Griffin, Marilyn 22 Grilz, Marilyn 140 Grimes, Mr. George P., Jr. 203 Groenwald, Ed 148 Gross, Edward 98 Grouzard, Denise 126,127 GUIDANCE AND COUNSELOR EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 187 Guido, Carol A. 22 Guintas, Arlene 50 Gulan, Tom 151 Gutowski, Rudolph 98 Guyon, Rick 144 Guysenir, Dr. Maurice G. 193 Gwost, Steve 154 H Haak, Russ 103,132 Haaland, Penny 51 Haas, Mr. Raoul R. 202 Habel, Nancy Ann 22,117,118 Haber, Steven F. 119 Hagen, Paul 144,151 Hale, Mr. Robert 134,148,191 Hallberg, Mrs. Clarice L. 162 Haller, Walter J. 22 Hamman, Ida Lou 74 Hammond, Linda L. 74 Handwerger, Miss Nancy 208 Hanna, Roger 119 Hanrahan, Mrs. Marion 208 Hansen, Karen 22 Hanson, Betty L. 74 Hanson, Janet 22 Harajnin, Helene 74 Hardy, Jeanne C. 22 Harmon, Dr. Harold D. 175 Heinkel, Mr. Harold 208 Heinz, Harriet 103 Heller, Mr. Calvin S. 217 Heller, Mrs. Fraydell 208 Helmetag, Allan F. 51 Henkin, Bruce 142 Hennessy, Karen Julia 23 Herzberg, Anne 23 Herzberg, Carol 105,106 Hesler, Mr. Richard 183 Higgins, Linda 51 Hilliard, Thomas L. 75,103 Himmelfarb, Sarae 51 Hirsch, Dave 98 Hirsch, Mrs. Diane 208 Hirsch, Miss Lynn F. 220 Hirsen, James L. 144 Hirshman, Gary 111 HISTORY DEPARTMENT 171 Hoberg, Mr. Thomas 165 Hoff, Bernadine 23 Hoffmann, Richard 51 Holbach, Marie 128 Holby, Mrs. Dorothy J. 168 Holcomb, Irwin C. 23 Holkolm, Irwin 125 Hollander, Cary 132 Holt, Jack R. 51 HOMECOMING 152 HONORS CONVOCATION 242 Horne, Fanchion 51 Hough, Donna 144,145 Hovelman, Beth 142 Howell, Lynette 116 Howenstine, Dr. William L. 196,201 Hryniewicz, Thaddeus F. 142 Hudson, Dr. Randolph H. 201,250 Huntington, Quendolyn 75 Hurt, Loverta S. 52 Husain, Dr. Asad 180 I Illwitzer, Dr. Robert 172 INNER CITY STUDIES EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 188 INTERPRETER'S THEATRE 124 INTERPRETER'S THEATRE ROCK POETRY CQFOR WHAT IT'S WORTHJ 246 INTERPRETER'S THEATRE THIRD ANNUAL FACULTY READING HOUR 244 Isaac, Dr. Margrethe G. 184 Isaacson, Ronald 75 Israel, Andrea 23 ISRAELI CONSUL-GENERAL 235 Itkin, Dr. William 194 Iwashchuj, Marijka 147 J Jackson, Gloria D. 23 Jackson, Regina 128,136 Jacobson, Mrs. Anita 194 Jacobson, Peggy 158 Jaeger, Joan 23 Jakubowski, Linda 23 James, Mr. Edward L. 247 Janet, Michael 75 Janis, Michael E. 75,144,145 JANITORIAL SERVICE 223 Jansson, Denise 24 Jantelezio, Gay 103 Jarymowych, Oksana 147 J arzab, Arlene 124,142,246 Jasiek, Phyllis 24 Jaske, Marilyn 75 Jeffries, Jerry 108,139 Jelen, Bob 134,148 Jen, Mr. Albert 189 Jensen, Cayle Sue 52 Johannsen, Richard 115 John, Warren 155 Johns, Nancy 24 Johnsen, Thelma S. 75 Johnson, Henry 75,107 Johnson, Miss Janice 162 Johnson, Theresa 24 Jolly, Mr. Julio J. 168 Jones, Cheryl 137 Jones, Mariane 24 Jones, Sam 107 Jones, Yvonne A. 76 Jorge, Martha 76,140 Jorgensen, Mr. Dwayne 115,175 Jovic, Bronko 151 J udycki, Theresa 140 Juliar, Terry 134,148 Juszczyk, Karen 76 K Kabak, Mrs. Sheryl 181 Kaban, Donna 109 Kachos, Fannie 52 Kadlec, Kathy 103 Kahn, Michele 76 Kahn, Rachelle 24 Kalb, Donna 100 Kamm, Mrs. Ida B. 209 Kamp, Joyce 25 Kanabay, Krickett 108,110,134 156 158 Kane, Mr. Charles G. 191 Levens Shirley 111 -Til. Kanellis Janice 76 Kanen Bob 148 Kan e Dr Sam 247 Kaplan Bob 150 Kaplan Nliss Lotte 209 Kaplan Sam 105 Karlm N11 Bernard 194 Kasten WIIIIHIIIE 25 Ixaszvk Christina 25 Katzman 1anet52 Katzman Nlr ,lay R 218 Kaufman Nancy 142 Krajnyk Myron 116 129 134 Ixra Q 5119111 77 Kroes Bruce 26 Krol Robert 26 Krueger Mrs Marcella 184 Krump Dr Jacqueline 166 Krupa Christine 139 Krusen Ruth 146 Krych Karen lVI 26 Kudla Linda 26 Kukielka Chesterj 53 Kula Gregory R 53 Leibach Sylvia 78 Leltner Bonnie 79 I enart Pam 126 128 Leonard Melvina 107 Lerner Mrs Ann 209 Lerner Dr ,lules 106 164 Letarte Sonia 139 Leung Karen 128 Levin Levin Levin Levin Davida 28 Eileen 28 Judith M 79 Vlarion 139 Y - - - - , . Q . 'll' - - -fa e 9 5 9 , Y 4 . . . ' , f s,,. , . , ' U 7' , 5 L H C, 1 - 9 4 7 1 - ,... 7 5 . - 9 1 ' Q b 7 7 A 9 ' 7 ' - ., , If . -1 e - ' 9 ' 9 l -1 - 7. 5 ' 7 ,f -. . I - , , 1 - 5 7 - ' - 4, , ' , Y 7 S . J 1 - 9 ' 9 . ,A , , 5 . . B 1 1 5 v W h v . . . i , 1 . . , . , , . A X 5 V . . , , . , . - 1 9 262 Kaufman, Mr. Stuart A. 205 Keehn, George 151 Keith, Mr. Nathan 220 Kelchauser, Miss ,lean A. 209 Keller, Norman 103,132 Kelly, Rosemary 25 Kenis, Terri Evan 52 Kenna, Mark 144,151 Kent, Patricia 52 Kern, Margo 25 Khan, Dr. Rafi 181 Kiang, Dr. Ying-Cheng 170 Kingman, Mrs. Melva 185 Kipnis, Sharon 76 Kirk, Barbara 76 Kirk, Marion E. 76 Kirk, Dr. R. Bruce 181 Kirschenbaum, Kay B. 25 KLAL 125 Klaud, Cheryl 100 Klein, Mrs. Anne 209 Kleist, Kirk 154 Klug, Les 131 Knack, Mr. William A. 209 Knox,1anice Ann 77,104,105,107,242 Knutson, Linda 137,138 Koch, Nlr. Richard 178 Kochman, Alexandra D. 147 Kochman, Dr. Thomas 147,172 Koffman, Marv 103 Kofink, Nlrs. Catherine 209 Kojro, Luci 117 Kokoris, Dr. james A. 180 Kolisr:h,,lo1'1n 245 Kollir1s,1"rar1kC. 77 Kolus, Nilffllkiftl 77 lxornalowski, Shirley 26 Konrad, lfrank 139 lXoo1,urnjlarl,11r. Nlary L. 19111 Kopakin, Bonita R. 26 Korrlzinski,.V1ary Z6 1'X0l'!lU'slC1,IiIIilI'lf'YIl'Ill11lf,l6fl'S 52 Korvas,l1an 52 . , . L G Kosrlinilzkr, Vlrs. Larolin 220 Kosyrovi-, liarliara 139 lxosyk, l.in1la 77,l'l7 KOH, 1161: 1113 K . . UlliUVvSl4l,,1l1ll2l1l2i S. 77 lxovarsky, Rose lf. 77 Kozlik. Ray ,l. 77 4 ,,, Konloll, I,l:1rf- .1.1 Kuptz, Anne 26 Kuriniec, Michael 134 Kusserow, lV1r. Martin 215 Kuzma, Diane 127 Kwit, Tom 27,119 L LaCerba, Sam 78 Lachmann, John 154 Lagambina, ,lay 116,151 Lagro, Sue 105 Lahey, Dave 134 Laher, David Joseph 78 Laiderman, Marcia 53 LAMBDA SIGMA ALPHA 126 LAMBDA SIGMA ALPHA PENNY CARNIVAL 239 LAMBDA SIGMA ALPHA PLEDGEES 127 Lamet, Mrs. Marion 198 Lamm, Barbara 125 Lamp, Dr. Herbert F. 164 Lang, Theresia 134,135,156 Lange, Linda 108 Langer, Renee A. 78 Langley, Dr. Elizabeth 187 Langridge, Diane M. 27 LaPalermo, Maria 27 Lappa, Cathie 78 Laps, Lydia 78 Lares, Susan M. 78,134 LaRocco, Larry 27 Larsen, Rita 27 Larson, Linda 135,156,158 Lartz, lclertha 146 Laskowski, Rita 134,158 Lauerman, David 144,151 Launius, Mike 155 Lawlor, Mary T. 78 Lawson, Mr. Courtney B. 166 Lawton, Victoria 27 Lazar, Louise 100,129 LICARNING SICRVICICS 217 1,1-ae-ae, Linda 13111 Lee, Mrs. Karen S. 189 1,4-1-gran, Mrs. Jeanine lVl. 209 Li-lkovila, Marcia 137 1.1-gg,Iieol'g4' Ii. 28 1.1'llIIlLll1ll,1JI'. Wilma ll. 164 Lelilrnan, Mailalyn Il. 28 Levin Levin Miss Marian 190 Mrs. Shirley 210 Lewan, Karen 53,126 Lewandowski, Marion 122 Lewis, Kathleen 53 Libel, Karen 109 LIBRARY 219 LIBRARY SCIENCE 189 Lichtenstein, Kineret 53 Lieberman, Dayle B. 28 Lieberman, Lyn 28 Liebow, lVIr. Ely M. 130,166 Lienemann, Dr. William H. 196 200 Light, Bonnie R. 28 Lindseth, Carol 156,158 LINGUISTICS DEPARTMENT 172 Lintz, Michael D. 79 Lintz, Mike 103 Lippeth, Martin 53 Liska, Lynn M. 79 Liss, Debbie 108,110 Lockwood, Linda 79 Loda, Sharon 79 Loos, Dr. Frank M. 182 Lotito, Michael 1. 79,137 Lubway, Ray 243 Luebbing, Richard E. 28 Luka, Mary Ann 129 Lukinsky, Mrs. Lorraine 210 Luneckas, Mr. lVIykolas 191 Luperino, Ray 108,109 Lyden, Nettie 134,156,158 Lynch, Robert 142 M MacDonald, Mr. James 162 Mach, Dr. Elyse 127,175 Madormo, Carol 126 lVladura, Wayne 148 Magic, Henry 98 Mahal, Suzan, H. 79 Maher, jane Ann 54 MAIL SERVICES 215 Majka, Daniel A. 54,114 lV1aki, William 29,98 Makural, Susan 80,126 Malek, Dr. Vincent F. 201 Marnall, Bonnie 29 Mandi-ll, Steve 131 Maniates, Bill 144 Mann, John 137 Mann, Dr. John W. 182 Manna, Fred 135 Mannella, Frank 54 Manrriquez, Joe 54 Marcus, Donna 80,142 Marinello, Heather 116,142 Mark, Marcy 246 Mark, Sharon Lee 54 Markey, Mary Melinda 80 Markovich, Dushan 54 Marks, Marcy 253 Marks, Muriel 128 Markwell, Joan C. 54 Marohnie, Carol 29 Marron, Edward 54 Marsh, Mrs. Helen L. 210 Martello, Debbie 109 Martin, James 131 Masella, Candace C. 29 Maso, Dr. Calixto 168 Mason, Dr. Donald F. 178 Mason, Sue 134,156,158 Massari, Lana 113,134,158 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 173 Matschilles, Nancy 29 Mattela, Beatrice A. 55 Mayers, Janet 123 Mayers, Janice 123 Mazovick, Suzanne 29 Mazur, Christine B. 29 McAndrews, Bill 144 McClellan, Donald 29 McClellan, William 103 McClellan, William Braddan 80 McClurge, Jeannette P. 107 McCoy, Terry 30 McCreery, Miss Dorothy 203 McDaniel, Michael 30,139 McDonnell, Mrs. Alice M. 210 McDowall, Sharon 80,126 McEvilly, Myles 108,110 McEvoy, Maureen 134 McGettrick, Thomas E. 80 McGregor, Mr. James 190 McKelvey, Dr. Frederick H. 199 McKendrick, Mrs. Kathleen 210 McKinney, Greg 151 McLain, Mr. Neal 218 McNeely, Connie 130 McNeese, Art 120 McSweeney, Dennis 120 Medansky, Mrs. Zelda 216 Meehan, James 80 Mehta, Vic 137 Meissner, Dave 131,210 Meitz, Constance M. 55,126 Melendez, Johnny 144,151 Melchior, Mrs. Ann 220 Melnick, Sam 55 MENTORS 128 Merkel, Terry 126,127 Mesplay, James R. 101 Meyer, Miss Betty Ann 192 Meyer, Kathleen 30 Micari, Vincent S. 30 Miceli, Gerry 103 Miceli, Patti 246,253 Michaels, Lou 103 Middleton, Ron 131,134 Milanesi, Mr. Albert A. 167 Milito, Stino 80 Miller, Ed 148 Miller, Ethel 116 Miller, Queenella 107 Miller, Roberta 30 Mills, Mrs. Joyce W. 220 Mishkin, Lee 123 Mistaras, Miss Evangeline 190 Mitrovic, Milan 134,154 Mittman, Mr. Norman 204 Mohamed, Dr. Harold 159,196,200 Mokwa, Cynthia 117 Molick, Michael Dale 147 Momotiuk, Alexander 30 Moore, Mary 146 Moore, Mary L. 30 Moorhead, Dr. Hugh S. 176 Moraine, Jacob Eliazer 81 Morales, Ermin 116,144 Morrison, Stephen 81 Moss, Donald 30 Mough, Dolores 81 Mrock, Ken 142 Mroczkowski, Cynthia A. 81 Mryszuk, Anna E. 147 Muchowicz, Diane 116 Mueller, Mr. Edward B. 192 Mukai, Madeline 81 Murphy, Mrs. Helen M. 184 Murphy, Tom 108,109 Murray, James 134 Murray, James D. 81 MUSIC DEPARTMENT 175 Musser, Judy 81 Myers, Marilee 126 Myron 125 N Nagorski, Sandra S. 55 Najera, Mrs. Valeska S. 168 Narrett, Manja 139 Nealy, Mary 82 Necas, Maria 31 Necek, Mitchell 55 Neeb, Suzanne 82 Neiditch, Libby 82 Neiman, Cynthia R. 82 Nelson, Bob 134,148 Nelson, Mrs. Dora 220 Nelson, Mrs. Helen E. 182 Nelson, Linda 31 Newell, Gloria 107 NEWMAN CLUB 129 Nicosia, Dr. Dolores J. 175 Nielson, Caroline 124 Nielsen, Carolyn 142 Nissim-Sabat, Dr. Charles 178 THE NITE TRAIN 237 Nitz, Carol 31 Nobilio, Kathleen 82 Nochumson, Susan 31 Norinsky, Mrs. Shirley 220 NORTHEASTERN PRINT 130 Norwood, June 82 Notaro, Diana 113 Novy, Nadeene 100,129 Nowak, Jr., Peter J. 83 Nowinski, Bob 148 Nudelman, Rochelle 31 Nussbaum, Richard 137 0 Oakley, Pat 146 Oborkovsky, Nina 83 O'Brien, Mary Beth 83 O9Cherony, Mrs. Rosalyn K. 169 O7Connell, Timothy 31 Oddo, Mr. Vincent 112 Oderio, Linda R. 32,108 O7Donnell, Mr. John P. 186 O'Donnell, Mrs. Lillian 186 O,Leary, Mr. Brendan 223 Olevsky, Robin 125 Olshan, Mr. Sanford 165 Ornelas, Laverne 101 Ornelas, Mrs. Laverne 162 Ortiz, Marie 142 Orzechowski, Jeanette 83 Oscarson, Marty 148 Ostapchuk, Olena 32,140 Osucha, Pam 126,127 Oszaklewski, Henry 122 Otte, Mrs. Maxine 190 Owens, Pat 129 P Padovano, Patricia 32,108,140 Page, Anna L. 83 Paik, Joonsook 101 Paker, Joanne 55 Palmer, Lester 236 Palumbo, Miss Annette F. 210 Palumbo, Linda 83 Pantigoso, Mr. Edgardo 169 Pappas, Jim 135 Parker, Rose 137 Pascal, Arlene 83 Patricelli, Mr. Anthony 174 Paul, Sherry Michele 32 Pavlik, Judy A. 56 Payne, Darlene 32 Peacher, Kathy 103,109 Pearce, Jim 144 Pearlstein, Mrs. Gene S. 220 YYv.?....,. Pedroso, Dr. Angelina 169 Pemberton, Mary Ann 136 Peran, Margaret 140 Peretz, Maury 111 Pernini, Edward 32 Perry, James 83 Pesce, Gino 134,148 Peters, Virginia A. 84 Petrusonis, Barbara 33 Pettinger, Constance 104,105 Petty, Mrs. Dolores L. 110,192 Phalin Vlr. Howard V. 198 Phrlrpps Vlr Alexander 163 Phillips Mrs Jeanne P 210 PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT 176 PHI NIL ALPHA SINEONIA 132 PHY SICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 191 PHX SICAL EDUCATION MAJORS 134 PHYSICAL HEALTH CLUB 135 PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Piazza Ramos Mayra Pierce Linda 127 Preschman Pat 103 Pigonr Don 109 Prkrone Darlene 84 Prnas Zachary 84 Prschke Robert 56 Pitts Adele 126 Pitts Dr Gr1ffD 202 Platt Anrta 33 Podgers Jenni 103 Podolsky Mrs Anne 218 Poglltsch Mr GeorgeR 163 Polrshak Elaine 116 117 134 Polrtano Lrnda J3 POLI I ICAL SCIENCE AND EC ONOMICS DEPARTMENT 179 I ollakov Wrllram 84155 I olley Judlth E 84 I olovwy f lorla D 84100 POVI POVI f IRI S1 6 Iomfrantz Mrs Evelyn 193 Ioorman Dr R1chardO 200 I orgfs Nlrs An th 211 fflu fdlyf 112216211 PSI CHI HONOR SOCIETY 137 Psichogias, Georgia A. 56 PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 138 PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT 181 Q Quinn, Dr. Paul E. 201,213 Qutub, Dr. Musa 178 R Raczon Stan 137 Rader Mr W1ll1am186 Radtlce Nanette 134 Rafa Genevieve 33 Rajslxr Francine 33 Ramos Mayra 85 Rayrner Mrs Donna 205 Raymer Larry 236 Readus Raymond Le 56 Rehmer Mary E 33 Rerchstadter Linda 85 Rertrnarr Mark Alan 56 Remnret Helle 116 Rernpas Tedd1236 Repa Irene 34 Reschke Cecelia 101 Resseger Mr RobertE 175 Reyes Herman 103 Reyes Joseph S 56 Reynolds Mrs MargaretL 211 Rhino Joeal 34 RHODESIAN GUEST SPEAKER 247 RICHARDS TURLEY 231 Richardson M1 Jack 172 Rrckert I rnda 100 Riley L1ndaL 85 Rinaldi Gene 103 132 Rrto Jan 137 143 Rivera Jr Bonrfacro 139 Rivera Edna 85 Rrzrk Dr James 176 Rrznran Susan 85 Rizzo lerry 148 Rrzlolo Carol I ee 56 Roberts Mont: 151 Rosenberg, Elyse 57 Rosencrans, Robert 57 Rosenthal, Jody L. 57 Rosenthal, Larry 103 Rosenthal, Shelli 86 Rosenthal, Dr. Vin 182 Rossie, Joe 151 Rost, Charlene 34 Rothbardt, Mrs. Marlene 186 Rothgery, Barbara 126 Rotman, Miss Sheila 211 Rottman Jim 103 132 Rottner BruceM 86 Roucka Rosemarie 34 Rovner Mrs Shirley 211 Rozanskr Norbert 103 Ruben Roberta 34 Rubenstein Sharon Lee 34 Rubin Howey 103 Rubin Max1neB 34 Rubrno Frank 114 Rudman Merle Ixlass 86 Rudnrk Bernard 106 114 Runtz A 86 Rush Barbara 257 Russe Joyce 243 Russell Carol 103 Russell Dr Henry 169 RUSSIAN CLUB 139 Russo Pamela 86 Rutter Elaine 87 Ryan Miss Mary Ellen Ryba Susan 57 Rzpelxa Jane 108 Sabin Dr ArthurJ 171 Sabo Roswrtha 123 Sachat Marilyn Rose 87 Sachs Dr Jerome M 152 196 197 199 250 Saenz Rrcarda 87 Saenz R1k1 140 Safersteln Ixathleenl 35 253 Sagrrllo I ynn 130 Sagrrllo Mickey 57 130 ,1 1 1 ' I - 1 ' . ,I . , 1 ' . . 7- N' l vi, Z . . , 5 I . 1 I 9' ' , ' . ' -3 1 f 7 1 , . V., . 7 7, . 1 7 , . 1 1 4. 8 7 ' , . 'H 7 A , 1 1, 1 . 1 ' - , 140 ' A . , ' , , . D . L . 7 1 1 5 ' . . 1 1 7 . .Q N, . 5 :7 7 t I 1 1 1 A 9 -, ' , ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1- - 1 1 1 7 7 u u , 1 7 9 9 , , - Q , 193 1 1 I 7 7 s , , . ' 1 . 'I b , 1 - 1 1 . . . A . ' 5 S 1 1 1 1 - . . 9 . . 1 , . . , J - f- . . K ' ' Saarima, John 87,106 s 1 , - - - 1 . ! 7 , I P D 7 I 7 I J .. . , t I 1 E 1 1 ' 1 9 7 1 1 , ., , 1 ,, ' ' ' - 3 ' . 7 J ' 7 I I 7 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 Q . J , 3 , - , ' - 1 A , , ' . f . , . . . K ,, , . 1 , -, . ' '1 1 4 1 . 7 , . 1 ' ' ' 7 , J. , l , ' . , ' ',, , 4 . ' . 7,1-1 A 4- 1 1 , L.. J - of n J , P, 5 ,, if 7 :J ,- fo g tl, A ' -K OH. 7 . ' , . P1 Ii ' l I' I ' 17' ' " N 264 fb oznn, Jr. au S.11fl-, 8 Poster, Abby 84,131 l'6slf'r, John 11. 1933 1,USZl'WiUlill1i, Valentina 147 I'ovu', Donna 33 I'radun, Luba 139 l'lesf'oIl, Xlr. Robert 206 I'rir'e, Ixatblc-en 33 l'IiIN'l liao I'1'ioIa,,loI1n 103 if" IlllxIIl.1l'l'l'y IIA 1,lfbN-4'I,,Il'iHl 126 I'xoszows1ti, Phyllis 122 I'rm'slu', Ihr. lair-anor I52,I92 I'l uslnin-ki, Naney ZH Pxmlnla, N11S11l'l'fll'A.1122 Roberts, Sue 103 Robertson, Roberta 85 Robins, lloward M. 85 Robinson, Loraine 85 Robson, Sheila 86,126,131 Rodriguez, Sylvia 34 Rodgers, Janet S. 56 Rogoli, Marilyn 86,146 Rohan, Ilan 144 Rolren, Kathleen M. 86 Roman, Milelrell I'. 144 Rosa, Pedro III-0 Rosario,,Ios1-pl: A. 106 Rose, Miss Susan 164 Rosen, Adrienne 57 Rosenberg, Arlene l28 Saiet, Mr. Ronald A. 218 Salatino, Mary 87,136 Salerno, Alvera 123 Salerno, Joan 87,146 Sarnchyshyn, Mr. Mirosla Samuels, Ozzie 125 Sanders, Mike 103,132 Sanlore, Margaret 128 Sarna, Celeste 122 139,147,169 Sarnowski, R. Bartholomew 142 Savage, Sandra 88 Scales, Dr. Eldridge E. 201 Seanlan, Sharon 88 Searborouglr, Reginald 107 SeIral'I'er, Sandie 126,127 Selrak, Susan 134,157 Schap, Glen 35 Schiff, Al 154 Schneider, Kathy 109 Schoenfeld, Janice 88,125 Schori, George Nick 88 Schori, Nick 98,154 Schmidt, John E. 88 Schneider, Mr. Seymour 203 Schragal, Phill 134 Schroeder, Mr. W.erner C. 215 Schubert, Susan 88 Schuette, Mr. Louis 198 Schultz, Barbara Sue 35 Schultz, Cynthia 88 Schwab, Thomas 88,98 Schwartz, Dr. Carroll 170 Schwartz, Flora 35 Schwartz, Rhoda 138 Schweet, Sherry 89 Sears, Rich 131 SECONDARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 193 SECURITY AND PARKING 222 Segedin, Mr. Leopold B. 163 Seidler, Iris 89 Seigel, Mr. Don M. 172 Sellinger, Dot 103 Septon, Pearl 35 Serwa, Bernie 126 Setze, Dr. Leonard 186 Shanok, Marcia 127,139 Sharp, Mrs. Grace 221 Shastal, John 154 Shaw, Dr. Cecil M. 198 Shea, Miss Kathleen Anne 211 GEORGE SHEARING JAZZ QUINTET 226 Sheehan, Mrs. Nancy 215 Sherwin, L. 89 Shields, Tom 134,148 Shiffrnan, Philip 89 Shinn, Alvino 57 Shivers, Gloria 206 Short, Tim 128 Shudnow, Sanford H. 35 Shulman, Michele 36 Sidhu, Mrs. Nancy 180 Siegel, Vickie L. 89 Sielecki, Barb 131 Silverman, Susan 121 Silverstein, Sally 89,125 Silverstein, Dr. Sanford 182 Simkus, Kathy 108 Simons, Carole 36 Simons, Gussie 146 Sims, Lucille A. 36 Singh, Mr. Hari 214 Sinnenberg, Marcella 137,138 Sinwell, William E. 89 Sipiera, Paul P. 144 Sithole, Mr. Elkin M. 188,247 Skalecki, Connie 109,110 Skiera, Lois 103,156,157,158 Skoda, Suzanne 89 Skvarla, Mr. Melvin 205 Skyba, Oksana 147 Slusar, Vernon 57 Smith, Marge 126 Smith, Mr. P. Craig 171 Smolin, Barbara 142,253 Smolin, Russell 142,253 Smyszniuk, Olia 36,147 Sobolewski, James 36 Sochen, Dr. June 171 SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 182 Sohn, Aron 90 Sokol, Karen 36 Sonza-Novera, Joseph 37 Soriano, Blanca 140 Sorkin, Marshall 58,116,118 Sosnowski, James 37 Sotonoff, Morris 114 Southard, Betty 37,146 Spaeth, Larry 130,137,138 SPANISH CLUB 140 Spayer, Caryn 136,158 SPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 194 SPEECH DEPARTMENT 183 SPEECH DEPARTMENT POT LUCK SUPPER 252 Speller, Mr. William 107,204,247 Speller, Mrs. William 247 Spetch, Miss Ruth M. 221 Spetch, Mr. William B. 204 Spillman, Ben 142 Spinka, Bonita 37 Spitzer, Stephan 128 Spivy, Sadie 37 Spreitzer, Bill 130 SQUARE DANCE CLUB 141 Sroka, Gregory John 58,103,132 STAGE PLAYERS 142 Stamps, Dr. Charles H. 203 Staniec, Diane 58 Stasiewski, Helen 121 Steck, Linda 103 Stedman, Jane 243 Steigman, Dr. Martin 195 Stein, Karen Jill 37 Steinman, Al 134,148 Steinman, Norman 108 Stephens, Terese 58 Stermer, Susan 109 Stermer, Sue 158 Sternard, Linda 140 Stevens, Dr. Humphrey K. 186 Stevens, Maureen A. 90 Stewart, Kathy 103 Stewart, Kyle L. 90,106 Stewart, Mr. William R. 183 Stipes, Jr., Mr. R. A. 198 Stockmann, Gary-Dale 98 Stockmann, Mondo 131 Stoklosa, Marilyn 129 Stolarz, Corinne 58 Stone, Bruce 155 Stone, Linda Ilene 38 Straz, Mrs. Helen A. 205,221 J Stroud, I eggy 90 STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 14 Stumpp, Sheila E. 38,126 Sturm, Karen 38 Sullivan, Kathleen 38 Sullivan, Mark 155 Surges, Martin 90 Surges, Raymond 90,122 Surletta, Judy 136 SUZUKI EDUCATIONAL TOUR .278 Swanson, Mrs. Ruth 221 Swanson, Sandra Swiderski, Theresa 59 SWIMMING TEAM 154 Sychowski, Mrs. Ina 221 Syversen, Richie 144 Szafalowica, Jeanie 139 Szafalowica, Mrs. N. 139 Szafalowicz, Steve 103 Szandra, Diana 147 Szukala, Christine 38 Szwast, Ursula 91 Szydlik, Edward 124,236,253 Szydlowski, Carol Ann 91 T Tadin, Terrence 38 Tamura, Rosemarie 113,128,157 Tarsa, Sue M. 38,126 Tatro, Adele 91 Taubman, Charlene 108,110,111 TAU KAPPA EPSILON 144 TAU KAPPA EPSILON SWEEIHEART DANCE 145 Taylor, Diane 107 Taylor, Susan 100 Temby, Anne M. 91,146 Temkin, Mr. David 182 TENNIS TEAM 155 THIEVES CARNIVAL 236 THIRD ANNUAL FACULTY READING HOUR 244 Thomas, Deborah 39 Thomas, Norm 151 Thompson, Barbara 59 THOMPSON COMMUNITY SINGERS 248 Thompson, Dr. Glen 195 Thornton, Avis 100 Tiedemann, David A. 59 Tiefenbach, Ellen 59 Tierney, Mary Theresa 39 Tiritilli, Frank 148 Tluczek, Diane 126 Toch, Helene M. 91 Todd, Dolores 91 Tomaino, Geri 60 Tonika, Joyce 39 Toppel, Hrs. Lilian 192 WHHCIL Susan, Shvffy 93 Winn, Sandra 94 I I Torf. Andrea 39 Torpes. Carmen S. 91 Torres, Carmen S. 140 Tortorich. Joseph 91 Tork, Steve 92 Trash, Pat 103 Trenery. Mr. Frank E. 190 TRIAL BY JLRY 243 Triggs. Kathleen 39 Trzeinski, Mrs. Penny 211 Turner, Sharon N. 39 Turbak. Sandra 39 Tuzar, Jaroslav 174 'liV1'EN'l1Y-ONE PLLS CLLCB 146 VERONlCA TYLER 255 U Llaneck, Mary Beth 134,135,156,158 LAKRAINIAN CLUB 147 V Yaisvilas, Karen 126 Yalenti, Mike 101 Valverde, Carmen 116,118,126 Vance, Sandra 39 Carophas, Mr. Kusol 180 Velickovic, Milica 92,123 Yerbillion, Dr. June M. 166 Verderaime, Sam 40 Vernon, Ronald V. J. 60 Ni IENNA CHOIR BOYS CONCERT 234 Vigon, Larry 139 Yisus, Thomas G. 40 Vittenson, Dr. Lillian K. 195 Yogel, Nlr. Mitchell 185 N okurka, V1 r. Edward 212 N on Helms, Barbara 92,123 Voss, Sandra 92 Voss. 'liina 92,116,130 W MNdl'f'lllt'I'.11l'.,JUlllI 192 Vt alillogel. Xlarsln192 Vt alflrop, l.f-slie A. 110 XArill4lI'flll.l,l?wll1l4l Vkall-.1-r,l1r.Roln-rlJ. 183 Wallle, Mr. Alan 163 Wallsten, Susan M. 40 Ware, Mrs. Gussie M. 184 Washington, Rita 104,105,107 Wasserman, Don M. 93 Wasserstrom, Martin 123 Wayne, Karen 145 Webber, Mr. E. Leland 198 Weber, Candace 93 Weich, Mrs. Jean 212 Weich, Sally 60,103 Weinberg, Mrs. Beverly 146 Weinberg, Mrs. Dorothe 137 Weiner, Dr. Louis M. 173 Weismehl, Judith 60 Weiss, Nancy L. 93 Weldon, Gail 134,156 Welles, Mary Beth 40 Welt, Carolyn 136 Welty, Dr. Paul S. 180 Wendell, Mr. Ronald 204 Wendorf, Barbara 40 Wendt, Barbara Jean 40 Wennerholm, Roy D. 93 Wester, JoAnn 60 White, Mrs. Dorothy L. 190 White, Glenn L. 93,128 White, Littleton 60 Whitehead, John 94,107 Wickstrom, Candy 105 Widen, Dr. lrwin 195 Wieczorek, Barbara 146 Wiedemann, Mrs. Friederike 169 Wiercinski, Dr. Floyd J. 164 Wierzbicki, Ronald 61,114 Wilbeck, Karen 40 Wilczynski, Marlene 116,117 Wilczynski, Rosemary J. 94 Wilken, Robert E. 134 Williams, Don 106 Wl1ll1t1lllS, Hank 151 Williams, Jim 151 Williams, Linda C. 94 Williams, Marti 107 Williams, 'lleddy 107 Williams, Y vonne41,110,11,1 Williainsen, Nancy 61 Vvlilseek, Wendy 94,140 Wilson, Alan R. -1-1 Winn, Lila ill Winn, Nancy 15.911, Winterfeld, John E. 41 Winters, Mr. Robert H. 218 Wisniewski, Diane B. 41 Witzrnan, Mrs. Audrey 184 Wlodarski, Susan 41 Wojcik, Kenneth 95,103 Wojcik, Wayne 103 Wolf, Joe 103 Wolman, Arnold 61 Woltersdorf, Mitchel A. 95,155 WOMENS BASKETBALL 156 WOMENS GYMNASTICS 157 WOMENS INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL 158 WOMENS INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL RAFFLE 159 Wood, Mike 103 Woods, Jerome J. 95 Wright, Beverly 61 Wysocki, Jerome M. 61,114 Y Yochim, Mr. Maurice 163 Young, Chuck 110 Young, Mrs. 110 Yum, Deanna Dye 95,134,156 y Z Zajczenko, Maria 127,139 Zale, Glenn 103 Zamir, Sonia Roshan 95 Zanger, Robyn 41 Zavoskey, Mike 139 Zawarus, Mary K. 95 Zegger, Dr. Robert 171 Zelenietz, Marty 120 Zervakos, George 95 Ziagos, Mr. Gus 110,135,152,192,202 Ziagos, Mrs. 110 Ziegler, Lorraine 41 Zielinski, Bob 103,132 Ziemen, George 128 Zierk, Vlfendy 113,134,157 Ziminski, Elizabeth 61 Zimmerman. 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